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PHES I DENTS OFF UEKEA X t e le le r11 S BEREA PUBLISHING CO iIHoouuItATICDI o o o apeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe o eoeooeoeo Vol IX Five cents a MADISON COUNTY APRIL 23 1908 One Dollar a year No 43 NEWS OF THE WEEK Miners Not to StrikeAldrich Bill Dead In CongressTobacco Trust May Dissolve Itself MINERS BACK AT WORK An agreement Las been reached in tho miners trouble and the men will go back to work under tho old scale till It has boon voted on by all Tilts probably pn s nil danger of a gen eral strike ALDRICH BILL DEAD The House has decided not to pass the Aldrich Finance Bill against which tho bankers of the West have been working and Instead the Vrcoland DIll providing tor more general reforms i i will probably go thru This tray bo refused by Iho Senate and as a result wo are likely not to havo any legislation on tho matter Tho 4 defeat of tho Aldrich Hill was largely caused by Congressman Crozier of Delaware who charged that tho re Cot panic was brought on by certain givet1bll thru and that It was what these men wanted to fasten their hold i on the wealth of the whola country 4Itosaid ho could prove his statement has not been asked to do to yet 10BACCO TRUST MAY DIS SOLVE As a result of tho bearings of the suit against the Tobacco Taut lu Now York and Washington tl IS now likely that tho trust will dissolve Itself rattler than wait for the courts to do so MORGAN BUYS SUBWAY U Is reverted In New York that J P Morgan has bought control of tho big underground railway there at a con of about 30000000 PROFITABLE FORESTRY It Is estimated that a fence post which under ordinary circumstances will last for perhaps two years will If given preservative treatment cost ing about 10 cents lost eighteen years The serviee of other timbers such as railroad tiM telephone poles and mint props can be doubled and often trebled by Inexpensive preser vative treatment Today when the cost of wood Is n big Item to every fanner every stockman every rail road manager to everyone In fact who must uw timber where It U likely to decaythat Is a fact which should by carefully considered It Is easy to BCO that tho length of tlmo timbers can bo used Is doubled only halt as much timber will bo required as before and only oneialf as much money will need to bo sprat In tho purchase of tlm ber Moreover many woods which were for a long time considered al most worthless can bo treated and mad to lost as long as the scarcer and moiu expensive kinds Of tho actual saving In dollars and cents thru preservative treatment A fence post such as was mentioned at tho beginning might servo as ono example The post Is of loblolly plno and costs untreated about Scents or Including tho cost ot setting 14 cents It lasts about two years Com pounding Interest at 5 per cent the J annual charge of such a post Is 753 cents that Is It costs 753 cents a year to keep the post In service Preservative treatment costing 10 cents will Increase Its length of life to about eighteen years In this case tho total cost for tho post set Is 24 cents which compounded at n per cent gives an annual charge of 204 cents TLus tho saving duo to treatment Is GAO cents a year Assum ing that there are 200 posts per mile there Is a saving each year for every mild of fence of a sum equiva lent to the Interest on 219CO In tho samo way preservative treatment will Increase tho length of life of a loblolly plno railroad tie from five years to twelve years and will reduce the annual charge from 1152 cents to 948 cents which amounts to a oavlnc of 5875 per mileIt Is estimated that 150000 acres are required each year to grow tinber for tho anthraclto coal mines alone Tho average life of an un treated mine prop Is not more than three yours By proper preservative treatment It can bo prolonged by many tlracs this figure Telephone and telegraph poles which In ten or twelve years or even less decay so badly ar the ground line that they have to be removed can by a slm plo treatment of their butts be mado to last vcnty or twentyfive years Sap shinies which are almost Alie CnntlnuM os sixth Mee- i lfi I ICE KY THE CITiZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People KENTUCKY POLITICAL NOTES Bradley Fight Splitting Party In Kentucky His Ambition to Run Everything Taft Running Strong Democratic Split STATE POLITICS FOREMOST County conventions to show whether tho stato Is for Taft or Fairbanks will bo held all over Kentucky Sal urday Both sides claim victory and neither seems to bo cure At the same tlmo will bo decided whether or not Bradley will control tho state organization This Is really what ho la after in like fight for Fairbanks and tho results on tho pres Identlal nomination will probably stow whether ha has won or not tho he Is said to havo promised to give stuns votes for Taft if ho can thereby get votes for himself BRADLEYS SHARE Mr Bradley Is being criticised by many for tho way ho la managing his campaign Ho Is not saying much good for Fairbanks because there is nothing much to say tho Taft men declare but ho Is attacking Taft so hard that It will bo very hard for him to sup port Taft when ho Is nominated and ho Is also saying things that wl be used by tho Democrats when tho campaign Is onco on It Is also understood that ho has threatened to use post offices and other pat ronage against those who are opposing him and this has taken away whatever force there was In his charge that tho officeholders were working for Taft Ho has filed char gee of undue political activity against two such men ono of Thom Is W A Gaines a negro This too Is bo llovcd to have lost Bradley n good deal of tho support ho has had from tho colored people FIGHT IN COMMITTEE Tho first round of the tight was In tha state committee at Louisville when Uio question of tho delegation from tho First District came up It will ho remembered that Senator Dcboo wiled snap eonvtmTons libra In tho Interest of Fairbanks and that there were bolts both ways Deboo charged the Taft men with lying and got more Umo to present his case Tho ques tion will be taken up again next weak but will have to go to tho national convention any way TAFT STILL GAINING The state conventions all over tho country arc still showing a preference for Taft Ho line moro delegates Instructed for him titan for all tho other candidates put together and ho Is still gaining This week there have been several favorite states heard from but aside from them ho has got forty out of a possible fortyeight dele gates DEMOCRATIC SPLIT Tha oppos ition to Bryan Is growing among the Democrats and ho will bo on easier man to bent than had been supposed In Now York the delegation was not Instructed tho the Bryan men mado a hard fight for it To beat Bryan tho machine had to throw out of tho convention Pat McCarrcn who has lone been Democratic boss of Brook lyn and who Is very strong there and ho said that no man in tho con vention would live long enough to ass another Democratic mayor of Now York and also threatened to fight the national and state tickets LABOR IN TilE FIGHT Labor unions thruout tho country havo begun to get Into tho campaign and havo adopted resolutions demanding from all candidates pledges to support legislation which will aid tho unions How much good they will do remains to bo seen Thin last tlmo thorn was no evidence that their work had any effect but It Is likely to bo much moro Important this year A P BYRD RUNNING A Floyd Byrd who was tho prosecutor in the Ilargls case has got into tho race for Congrcsa in tho Tenth against John Langley tho present Congress man FIGHT IN THE IITH D C Edwards who has served two terms as Congressman from tho Eleventh and John Matthews who wants to servo tho noxt one are stumping tha District They are mak ing about tho same speeches every where and as many of tho voters nifty not bo able to hear them The Citizen is glad to give a summary of tho charges and replies as they were made at McKee Monday Mr Matthews really has only ono charge against Edwards Hq says that fcrfwarde REFUSED to sign a petition for Powers pardon PL ecupYr I WHAT BRADLEY WANTS Next Saturday conventions will be held in every county in this state to select delegates to the state convention which will declare the states choice for president Only two men are in the runningTaft nud Fairbaukfl nml every man who Is interested in the success of the Republican ticket next fall should decide which will be the best then gut out and vote for him It is unfortunate that tho issud in this state has been mixed up witha purely local question Mr Bradley is trying to prove that he can control the state organization so that all politicians will go to him for favors lIe has taken tho presidential nomination as the best thing to try hip strength on He has come out strongly for Fairbanks not because he wants to help Fairbanks but because he thinks Fair will help him nud n vote for the Indiauiau on Saturday will be a vote for Bradley for BOSS of Kentucky The two questions would be better separate but Mr Bradley has put them together so tho voters will have to decide them bothat once As to the candidate every one would bo glad to do something to show gratitude to Indiana for protection to Taylor but there is no proof tho Fairbanks helped give that protection and it is said by many that the state is not very much in earnest in wanting Fairbanks nominated and so would not appreciate the compliment as much as she might But chiefly the nomination for the presidency is too Im jortnnt to let the gratitude of any state or n favor to any state no matter how deep the gratitude and how large the favor determine n question which affects the welfare bf the whole community The fact thrt Indiana hits been good to Taylor does not prove that Fair banks will be tho best candidate if nominated or the best president if elected And tho election of a president of the United States is too important by far to be settled on any other basis than the merits of tho candidate Mr Tafts merits and availability are every where ad milted to bo bettor than those of any other man who will take the place and so ho should be the nominee and our next president Tho other question as to whether Bradley ought to be boss Bradleyhaseenalornhip at great cost jo the partyand now he asps still more pay and wants to control the State Central Committee Of course he is not making nny such noise about this as about the presidency but there is no question that it is no and it is known that his friends have offered to trade support of Tuft for support of Bradioys man for n Congressional District Chairmanship That shows that it is Bradley greatlylikedley asks it Sooner or later how eref the time will come when no man will bo able to dictate a candidate to the Republicans of Kentucky who are fully able lo choose for themselves This is Ihe way the issues size up then On one side a good can didate and freedom from bossism and on the other a poorer candidate und a boss and gratitude Remember that tho chance of the party to elect a president may depend on the way you vote ho also charges that Edwards has dono things ho ought not and has not dono things he should 03 Congressman but Matthews says little about these and really bases his ap peal for votes on tho Powers case Mr Edwards spoke first and be gan by saying that everybody knows that lie hill been whilo not a loader In Congress n man who has looked after his district well and who has brought more money Into It than any other Congressman has Ho told of his support of tho President in his crutade against tho evils of tho day and mado a good clear speech with out any evidence of buncombe lie took up carefully tho charge on the Powers pardon lib answer was long and complicated and was In short that he had not signed revcral petitions because ho was waiting to put his name at the head of ono which ho was planning to circulate In Congress where it would help better If his own name was on the paper Ho said that a letter which had been written by a friend to Powers asking for instructions as to who was wanted to sign was not answered only blank petitions being sent him the charges which were evidently a trap of some mon who have long been his enemies were sprung before there was time to write again or take any other action Ho showed letters from Powers and other people which proved that ho had alt thru been a friend of the pi rerouted man and answered tho charge that he was afraid Powers would beat him for Congress by prov- Ing that he had helped him in his last trial which should have cleared him and would have left him free In plen ty of time to make the race this spring Altogether ho gave tho Im pression of a man who has got into n bad mesa thru no fault of his own and Is trying to tell tho truth Most people there seemed to think that considering his good record and pro vious services for Powers ho should be given tho benefit of tho doubt Mr Matthews did not have any orgumets but told some good stories and was very witty He refused to accept Mr Edwards explanation about the petition but gave io rea sjn fur plot accepting It Ho compared Kdvurd to Judas Iscarlot and spoke fervently of Powers but again did not phow that ho had dono anything for him but to sign his petition tho Edwards has given money and ljo to helping him In the trial file tpeech was very Interesting but there docs not seem to be much left when ono tries to sum It up It Is too bad that there Is no room to give sonlo of Mr Matthews stories totheiwere very good tho they did not show that ho would be a good Congressman Somehow ho gave the impression that ho had laid a very clover trap for Mr Edwards and that Mr Edwards had been caught There were a good many other points touched on but tho election will bo decided on these Every ono will have to decide for himself whether Mr Edwards explanation Is a good one Hear ttho men If you can and decldo for yourself But dont decldo till you have had a rhanco to think over tho real argu ments OPPOSITION TO SKATING RINK Considerable anxiety has been ex pressed by many clUzons especially parents or account of tin rumor that cone places of umusmnent were to bo opened in Berea rite Citizen believes In amusement and all wico parents and teachers make it part of their business to provide suitable recreation for young people But a placo of amusement out of which people make money Is almost sure to be abused and become a place of dlslpatlon This has been universally tho rule with roller skat Ing rinks for example throughout ti o country Net only have they oc casioned loss of time and waste of tuoney but they have turned tho heads ofn great many young people and led to serious scandals of all kinds Leading citizens arc wo under stand actively engaged in securing the opinion of the Town Board to grant no license for any places of takes largo pains and expense to pro vide sports and recreation for Its students It will probably provide roller skating under suitable super allcw Its studcnta to visit any places o amusement outside the College grounds It will not allow this Im portant matter to bo takeu charge of by outslda parties who como to Berca for the purpose of making money out of the students Tterq have teen several notable casca of ad vonterous pcoplq undsrtcklng to break down this regulation but these always gave up after losing consIder- able money We cannot always see ourselves as others see us but we ought to al vpys see ourselves as wo see others The soul of the country is tho homo What shall it profit us If wo gain the whole world and lose our own soul IN OUR OWN STATE Powers Case not yet Decided by the Governor How Democrats Left TreasuryFrench Pays His Fine POWKRS HEARING ENDED The governor has not yet announced whether he will pardon Caleb Powers but tho general opinion seems to be that he will A very strong case was male out for him by his friends and the prosecution did not make much better case than It has at tho trials Tho governor has declared that he will not allow politics to bo a fan tar In the case and that ho will not allow tho petitions to Influence him but will decide as ho promised in the campaign entirely on the merits of the case Just as if ho were the judge One of tho strongest points made for Powers was an affidavit signed by John C Martin who claims that while ho was in tho penltentary he was tortued to make him give false testimony against Powers DEMOCRATIC DEFICIT Oov Wilson has given out a statement showing the condition in which tho Democrats left tho state treasury Tho Republican administration has made no expenditures except those made necessary by tho acts of the last administration and yet there was in the treasury and outstanding In banks on March 31 only about I100QOO clear of charges This was tho condition in which tho Democrats left the treasury and It was against thin little sum that the Dem ocratic Jegslaturo passed bills approp riating nearly 1400000 without making any provision for additional revenue FRENCH PAYS UPD F French has paid tho J444G levied against hip for running oft witnesses In the Marcum case MADISON FAIRTho stockhold ers of the Madison Fair Association liars decided to hold tho fair this summer tho four days beginning AWT L NEW Y M C A SECRETARY Beginning with April Mr P C Dlx o Alabama became State Secretary ot the Y M C A He has a fine rocoid and great things are expect ed from his work- WOMANLY WISDOM When spring complaints give Jaun dlco hue To all you say and all you do Dont take your trials quite so hard But go outside and rake tho yard What Is home without a potpie Bo neat but not too allpowerful neatAfter all mother Is the universal bread mixer No woman need to a fright because she does her own work 5lttODeoeeCIH 1 0 i eTheg idly Let Your Business iGtisingo 0 oooooooooo r copyBEREA Cotlogo springAnd f MONEY TALKS 1 An Easy Way to Save Money Every one ought to aim to get and enjoy as many of the comforts of life as ha can About the only way most of us can get the good things of life Is to buy them frcm somo one else and In order to buy wo must first have money Once In a while you will find a man who has had money given to him but that Is not likely to hap pen to very many of us so there Is no use to sit down and watt for some oco to come along and fill our pockets with gold Tho common run of folks have to husxle hard for all the money they t get and they ought to cave some of the hard earned dollars so that by end by they would not have to work so hard Now saving money ought to be easy and It Is easy If you have a play and stick to your plan One man began by saving all the dimes he got In change When ho had a dollar or two ha would bring them to the bank and deposit them In a Savings Account at four per cent Interest He never missed those dimes at all He lived Just as well on what he had left And ho was surprised to see how fast they counted up He got Interested In saving and when ho could spars It ho would put by a dollar or two with the dimes Ho bought and paid for a house and lot this way If he had not begun wilt the dimes he would be living In n rented house today and would be wondering why ho could not get ahead In tho world We can bale you In tho came way Berea Bank Trust Co The best cake that I ever ate was the one mother mado out of her head A brolen ciothes pin Is the hand lest of tools In a kitchen making a handle fur the dish cloth when clean Ing bpouts etc When you havent any yeast to start with nor neighbors from whom to borrow some you can start the yeast thus Doll an ounce of the best hops In two quarts of water for halfr an hour strain and cool then add 2 teaspoonfuls of salt and a teacupful of sugar Beat up n half pound cf flour with some of the liquor mix well together and put In a warm place cr two daya stirring occasionally Then or sooner if It shows signs of being light boil 1 Ib of potatoes mush and add while warm not hot When quite light bottlo for use It will keep lively and sweet a good while If kept In a cool place From April Farm Journal RESOLVED THAT IF YOU WISH To SHINE YOU MUST WEAR JTYLISHSHOES YOUR FEET ARE HARD To HIDE YOU NEEDNT ii You WEAR OUR ISHOES 5TER I nuouwN 0 I ls vnwvwuyraruu STYLISH SHOS 1 WE CAN MAKE YoUR FEET SHINE IN W L DOUGLAS SHOES WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE DEALERS FOR THE DOUGLAS SHOES IN BEREA w L DOUGLAS SHOES SATISFY YOU DOUG LAS SHOES FEEL COMFORTABLE DOUGLAS SHOES GIVE YOU WEAR Do NOT NEGLECT YOUR FEET YOU OWE THEM A DUTY IF YOU DO NOT THINK THEY Do YOU GOOD TRY DOING WITHOUT THEM A WHILE WHY NOT SHOW APPRECIATION FOR YOUR FEET AND GET THEM A GOOD PAIR OF SoES COYLE HAYESY- ou Pay LessOr Get More 1 e SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth Infantry from Fort Dethuno trapped by Indians In a narrow gorge Among them la a stranger who Introduces himself by the name of Hampton also Glllls tin post trader and his daughter Qlllls and u majority of the eoldlera are killed dur during a three days siege Hampton and tho gIrl only escape from the Indiana They fall exhausted on the plains A toropany of the Seventh cavalry Ueut Urnnt In command find them CHAPTER IVcontlnued AJ if by some magic discipline tho rude effective litters were rapidly made ready and the two seemingly lifeless bodies gently lifted from oft the ground and deposited careful within Down the long brown slope they advanced slowly a soldier grasp Ing the rein and walking at each Tjorsoa head the supporting blankets securely fastened about the saddle ipommcls swaying gently to the meas tired tread of the trained animals Be ncath tho protecting shadows of the first group of cottonwoods almost on the banks of the muddy Bear Water the little party let down their sense tlesa burdens and began once more their seemingly hopeless efforts at re enacltntlon A fire was hastily kin filled from dried and broken branches wad broth was made which was forced through teeth that had to bo pried 4 Water was used unsparingly 7thesoldlers working with feverish H eagerness inspired by the constant ad i monitions of their officer as well as their own curiosity to learn tho facts bIdden behind this tragedy- It was the dark eyes of the girl which opened first Instantly closing again as the glaring light swept into them Then slowly and with wonderment she gazed up into those strange rough faces surrounding her pausing Ja her first survey to rest her glance oa the sympathetic countenance of the young lieutenant who held her half reclining upon his arm Here he exclaimed kindly interpreting her glance as one of fear you arts all right and perfectly safe now with friends to care for you Peters bring another cup of that broth Now alas just take a sup or two of this and your strength will come back in a jiffy What was the trouble Starv Jnsr She did exactly as he bade her every movement mechanical her eyes fastened upon his face I bracken that was partly it she responded at last her volco faint and husky Then her glance wandered away and finally rested upon another IIWe kneeling group a few yards farther down stream A look of fresh in tclllgenco swept into her face Is that him she questioned trem ibllngly IsIs he dead 7 He wasnt when wo first got here but mlghtly near gone Im afraid Pva been working over you ever siricc She shook herself free and sat weak ly up her lips tight compressed her eycs apparently blind to all save that motionless body sho could barely dis tinguish Let me tell you that fellows a man just the same the gamest nerviest man I over saw I reckon he got hit too though ho never said nothing about it Thats his styleThe deeply Interested lieutenant removed his watchful eyes from off his charge just long enough to glance in quiringly across his shoulder Has tho man any signs ofa wound ser scant he naked loudly A mighty ugly slug in the shoulder air has bled scandalous but I guess Its the very luck thats goln to save Kim seems now to be comln out all tight The officers brows knitted savagely It begins to look as If this might bo same of our business What happened Indians Yes Mow far awayT I dont know They caught us in m canyon somewhere out yonder maybe three 01 four days ago thero was lotkilled some of them soldiers My dad was shot and then that night heho got mo out up the rocks and heyut was carrying mo in his arms when ir fainted I saw there was blood OR bis shirt and It was dripping down on the grass as he walked Thats About all I know Who is tho man What kli namo TJio girl looked squarely into tho lieutenants eyes and for some rea SOB which she could never clearly ex plain even to herself lied calmly I dont know I never asked Sergeant Carson rose stiffly from Ibis knees beside the extended figure aad strode Heavily across toward where they were sitting lifting his band In soldierly salute his heels clicking as he brought them sharply together in military precision The fellow Is getting his eyes open m he reported and is breathing I iraoro regular Purty weak ylt but r Ibell come round in time Ho alarM lttlncvpof surprised recognition swept Across Us faco 1 Great guns he exclaimed eagerly but I know you Youro old man Gil Us gal from Bethune aint yet Yes she acknowledged simply but hos dead Never mind little girl the lieutenant said with boyish sympathy I knew Glllls and now the sergeant has spoken I remember you quite well Thought all the time your face was fa miliar but couldnt qulto decide where I had seen you before So poor old Glllls has gone and you are left all atone In tho world I Well ho was an old soldier could not have hoped to live much longer anyway and would rather go fighting at the end Well take you back with us to Bethune and the ladles of the garrison will look after you Tho recumbent figure lying a few yards away halt lifted itself upon one elbow and Hamptons face white and haggard stared uncertainly across tho open space For an Instant his gaze dwelt upon the crossed sabers shield- Ing tho glided 7 on the front of the lieutenants scouting hat then settled upon tho taco of the girl With one hand pressed against the grass ho pushed himself slowly up until ho sat fronting them his teeth clinched tight his gray eyes gleaming feverishly in their sunken sockets Ill be damned If you will he said hoarsely Shes my girl now CHAPTER V A New Proposition To one in the least inclined toward fastidiousness the Miners Homo at Glencald would scarcely appeal as a desirable place for long conUnued res idence But a ono would have had small choice In the matter as It chanced to be the only hotel The Miners Homo was unquestionably unique as regards architectural de having been constructed by sec dons In accordance with the rapid development of the camp and enjoyed the further distinction thero being only two others equally stylish in townof being built ot sawn plank although greatly to the regret of Its unfortunate occupants lack of season ing had resulted In wide cracks in both walls and stairway while strict privacy within the chambers was long ago a mere reminiscence Without the Miners Hone put up a good and was in reality the most proton tious structure gracing the single chat tered street of Glencald Directly across tho street Its front a perfect blaze of glass stood Invitingly the Occidental saloon put the Widow Guf fy who operated the Miners Home strong hand possessed an an tipathy to strong liquor which sue cessfully kept all suspicion of intoxi eating drink absent from those sacredly guarded precincts except as her transient guests Imported it Internally Mr Hampton during the course of his somewhat erratic career had previously passed soveral eventful weeks Glencald He was neither unknown nor unappreciated at the Miners Homo and having on previous occa- sIons established his reputation as a spender j qxporlenced llttlo difficulty now In procuring promptly the very e8faccommodation which the house afforded That this arrai Cement was accomplished soviewhat to the present discomfort ot two vociferous eastern tourists did not greatly interfere with his pleasurable Interest in the sltua lion Send those two fellows In here to argue it out ho salt languidly after listening disgustedly to their loud la nintntlon in tho hallway and addressing his remarks to Mrs Gaffy who had glanced into the room to bo again assured regarding his comfort and to express her deep regret over tho unseemly racket Tho girl has fallen asleep and Im getting tired of hearing so much noise No bo hlvlngs an ye dont do nuthln of thet sort Bob returned the widow good naturcdly busying herself with a dust rag This Is me own house an Olvo tended ter the bikes of them sort or fellers afore Therell be no more bother this tomato Do soldes Its a paceful house Olm run nln an 01 know yor way of slttllhg them things Its too strenurous ye are Mlsthcr Hampton And what did ye do wid tho young lady 01 make bould to allkt- Hampton carelessly waved his hand toward the rear room tho door of which stood ajar and blew a thick cloud of smoke Into tho air his eyes continuing to gaze dreamily through the open window toward the distant hillsWhos running the game over at tho Occidental he asked profession allyRed Slavin bad cess to him and her eyes regarded her questioner with renewed anxiety But sure now Bob ye mustnt think of playln ylt awholle Yer narves are In no fit shape an wont bo fer a wake ylt He made no direct reply and she hung about flapping tho dust rag un easilyAn what did ye mane tor be loin wid the young gyurl she questioned at last In womanly curiosity Hampton wheeled about on tho hard chair and regarded her quizzing ly Mrs Guffy ho sold slowly youve been a mother to me and it would certainly be unkind not to give you a straight tip Do Why take care of her of course What else would you expect of one possessing my kindly disposition and wellknown motives of philanthropy Can It be that I have resided with you off and on for ten years past without you ever realizing the fond yearnings of I Now Miss Just Take a Sip of This such there tails Tront with a In 3 my heart Mrs Guffy I shall make her the heiress to my millions shall marry her oft to some eastern nabob and thus attain to that high position In society I am so well fitted to adorn sure and what else were you ex posting Mrs Guy A lolkely story with a sniff of dis belief They tell me shes old Glllls1 daughter over to Bethune They tell you do they a sudden gleam of anger darkening his gray eyes Who tell you Sure Bob an thets nuthln ter git mad about so fur as I kin see The story Is In Iverybodyi mouth It wits thlm sojcrs what brought ye In thot tould most ov it but tho lieutenant Brant of the Seventh cavalry no less who took dinner hero aforo ho wint back after tho dead bodies give mo her name Brant of the Seventh lie faced her fairly now his faco again haggard and gray all the slight gleam of fun gone out of It Was that the lads name Sure and didnt ye know him No I noticed the 7 on his hat of course but never asked any questions for his face was strange I didnt know The name when you Just spoke it struck me rather queer II used to know a Brant In the Seventh but he was much older It was not this man Ilnserlngforno response and sho jusscd out si lently leaving him staring moodily through tho open window his eype ap pearing glazed and sightless An hour later he was still sitting on the hard chair by the window a cigar between his teeth thinking Tbo low ering sun WAS pouring A erf et tool of gold ncross tho rag carpet but ht remained utterly unconscious ns to aught save tho gloomy trend of his own awakened memories Some one rapped upon the outer door Come In he exclaimed carelessly and barely glancing up Well what Is It this time Mrs huffy Tho landlady had never before seen this usually happy guest In his present mood and she watched him cu riouslyA wants ter son ye she an nounced shortly her hand on the knobOh Im In no shape for play to night go back and tell him BO Sure an Its slay nough ter see thet wid half an eye But this un Isnt thct kolnd of a man an hes so molghty pcrllto about It 01 fist cudnt slnd tho bikes of him away Hi Mtssun huffy me dear madam wud ye be kolnd enough to convoy mo com Aliments to Mlsthcr Hobert Hampton and rcqulst him to grant me a few minutes of his tomato on an Important matter Sure an what do ye think of thet Huh one of those follows who had theso rooms nnd Hampton roes to his feet with animation Tho landlady lowered her voice to an almost inaudible whisper Its the Her Howard Wynkoop sho announced Impressively dwelling upon tho name The Rev Howard Wynkoop tho Prasbytnrlan missionary wouldnt thet cork ye It evidently did for Mr Hampton stared at her for fully a minute In an amazement too profound for fit expression in words Then ho swallowed something In his throat Show tho gentleman up ho said shortly and sat down to wait Tho Rev Howard Wynkoop was neither giant nor dwarf but the very fortunate possessor of a countenance which at once awakened confidence In his character lie entered tho room quietly rather dreading this Interview with ono of Mr Hamptons wellknown proclivities yet in this case feeling abundantly fortified In tho righteous ness of his cause lUll brown eyes met the inquisitive gray ones frankly and Hampton waved him silently toward a vacant chair Our lines of labor In this vineyard being so entirely opposite the latter said coldly but with intended polite nest the honor of your unexpected call qulto overwhelms me I shall have to trouble you to speak somewhat softly in explanation of your present mission so as not to Disturb a young girl who chances to bo sleeping In the room beyond- It was principally upon her account I ventured to call Wynkoop ex planned In sudden confidence Might I see her Hamptons watchful eyes swept till others taco suspiciously and fell hands clinched Relative he asked gravely Tho preacher shook his head Friend or tho family perhaps No Mr Hampton My purpose hi coming hero Is perfectly proper yet the request was not advanced as a right but merely as a special prlf liegeA moment Hampton hesitated thea ho arose and quietly crossed the room holding open tho door Without n word being spoken tho minister fol lowed and stood beside him For several minutes tho eyes of both men rested upon tbo girls sleeping form I and upturned face Then Wynkoop drew silently back and Hampton closed the door noiselessly Well ho said Inquiringly what dos all this mean Lot us sit down again said the minister and I will try to make my purpose sufficiently clear I am not hero to mince words nor do I believe you to be tho kind of a man who wouM respect me If I did I may say somft thing that will not sound pleasant but In the cause of my Master I cannot hesitate You are an older man than I Mr Hampton your experience lo life has doubtless been much brosdet than mine and It may even bo that lo point of education you aro llkcwiifi my superior Nevertheless as tit only minister of the gospel residing is this community It Is beydnd quetUoa my plain duty to speak a tow words U you in behalf vf this young lady and her probablo futrut I trust not to be offensive yet cannot ahtrk tho require meats of my sacred office The speaker paused somewhat lie concerted perhaps by tho hardening ol the lines in Hamptons face Go on commanded Hampton tersely only let the preacher part slide and say just what you have to say as man to man I prefer to do so he continued It will render my unpleasant task much easier and yield us both a more direct road to travel I have been laboring on this field for nearly three years When I first camo hero you were pointed out to mo as a most dan gorous man and over since then J have constantly been regaled by tht stories of your exploits I have knOw you merely through such unfrien till reports and cape here strongly preju diced against you as a representative of every evil I war against We have never met belle because there seemed to bo nothing In common between us because I had been led tc suppose ycu to bo an entirely different man from what I now believe yes are Hampton stirred uneasily In hh chair Shall I paint in exceedingly plait words tho picture given me of you ClO BB CONTINUED Long Record of Usefulness After 39 years of faithful and cffl dent sen co as president of the Youni Mens Christian union of Boston Wit Imam H Baldwin has resigned the of Ice oa account ef atvaiMd ago PILING WOOD TO SEASON Various Methods Suggested to Meet Varying Needs Tho climate has much to do with tho best method to bo employed in will the between the but the arid regions should to pro vent too quickly out and conS sequent checking the He 1 shows a very satisfactory method of piling boards planks nnd small dimension I u ber Inch strips for edgings are placed near each end and In the of tho pile Tho top course piling green wood so that it season In the humid sections of United States says Farm and Homo It should bo piled with plenty of space pieces in It be plied closer drying of wood m middle of boards Is put on In tho form of a rqof to shod the water Very use ful methods of piling tics teats and other timber aro shown In Figs 2 and 3 In Fig 3 very little room U taken up and at the same time Individual pieces of timber touch at very few points thus per milting air circulation on all sides of thr wood When quick drying and seasoning Is wanted Fig 3 shows a bettor method and tho ono commonly em ployed STABLE MANURE FOR CORN It Proves Its Value for One Farmer Who Made Test Last spring I found It necessary to put a corn stubble land In corn again At one and of the fold was a plot that had almost failed to grow torn the year before BO I put on a low loads of stable manure and turned It under Nearly all of tho field had an application of superphosphate drilled In with a wheat drill at the rate of 110 to 200 pounda per acre One corner had stable manure but no for tilizer but most of the land whore Uie stable manure was applied also hall fertilizer Where stable manure and fertilizer were both applied the corn made an excellent crop says Harm and Homo Whoro tea stable manure was used alone tho corn was nearly RR Seoul OB whore both manure and for tilizer were applied Where tho com mercial fertilizer was used alone tho corn grow rapidly during tho early season It made very good stalk but tho leaves turned yellow before the corn reached the roasting ear stage There was plenty of Btover but little grain where tho fertilizer alone was usedStable manure seems especially well adapted to the corn crop It helps to hold moisture and furnishes a regular supply of available plant food throughout the gi owing season Dur Ing the hottest part of the season the nitrifying bacteria working on tho manure are most active and most plant food Is made available just when the corn plants need It most Being distributed throughout the soil It helps to render Inert plant food In tho roll available It encourages tho plants to send out roots In every direc tlon and to develop a largo root sys tem which helps tho corn to with stand a drought which often Injures tho crop Thickly Sown vs Cultivated Corn The results secured In a changu of crop from wheat to corn sown In six Inch drills and to corn sown In 44 Inch drills and cultivated gave such poor results In wheat yield alter thickly sown corn and such high returns after the cultivated corn as to lady cats that no small grain grower can afford to take tho poorer following wheat and flax yields for the sake of the extra 40 or 60 per cent of corn fodder produced with forage and grain North Dakota Experiment Station Hauling Stable Manure Regarding stable manure I would much rather havo It drawn and scat tered upon the field as fast as It Is made where It can leach out instead of In tho barnyard I havo no manure spender at present but am thinking of buying one writes a corre spondent of Orange Judd Farmer It seems to mo a spreader is a valuable tool on a farm as It gives greater rci suits for the amount of manure used than It scattered by hand EconomyMost first on the hand they use tho most then throw tho other glovo away because It has no mate This leftover V mado of canvas or similar material may be used on tho other hand by turning It wrong side out The scam on the outside makes It come Just right for picking things uji such as fruit sorting apples etc When the duck eggs and set under hens It Is best to make tho nest on tho ground to get tho moisture EXTRA FEED CROPS Dt Sure Your Cows Get Enough to Eat In Summer I nm confident there are more cows that do not get enough to cat during tho summer season than In winter Tho thought that when tho cows go to pasture they need no other food till fall Is n must common and harmful one Usually not to exceed six weeks Is as much ns the iiostnro will afford nil tho good food cows need to keep up their milk flow nnd a degree of hash to enable them to do their best Practically every farmer knWB that when a cow Is allowed to shrink In her milk soul tho secreting glands 18hrlnk no subsequent feeding will expand them until she again freshens It must bo remembered that unless sho Is In good Rosh she cannot do her best It is cheaper to keep flesh on her than to restore It These things therefore emphasize the Im portance of some feed to mipplcmrnt tho pasture When It IB to be bind there la noth ing cheaper or better than silage says William II Underwood writing In Farmers Voice However wont do not have this In case smnuthlnB should bo needed very early ryn sowed thickly tin previous fall nail cut just as the heads begin to form followed by wheat will do tho bunlncsH This land can then be used for n Bummer crop Tho pasture Is usually most abundant at this season and tho great alack Is from the last of Juno tliroug tho balance of tho season Therefore tho crops that will furnish feed dur ing this period must receive Hliontlon Clover can often bo fed by tho mid dIe of June This can bo followed by onts and 1111 using two bttnhclt ot tho Canada field leas with ono bushel of oats and vowing two to throe bushels per aero On rich land the lighter seeding U best Put them In as early In the spring sa the ground will permit getting the pent In about four Inches deep The eats will do better sowed three or four days later about two Inches deep then tho ground rolled Another sow ing may be made ton days or two weeks later This will give feed front the last of June to early August From this time till the corn III ready It Is somewhat difficult to gut something that will fill the gap Sometimes a second crop of clover can be procured where a crop has been cut early In June For this lit fled millet will give good ails faction Barnyard or Hungarian millet sowed tho middle or last of June will be ready In five or six weeks anti In greatly relished by tho cows Saw 8 to 12 quarts to the are This like all other feed loses ninth of its IMlatablllty and worth If It Is allowed to got hard All those feeds give best results if they are cut just M they come Into bloom This really means making the first cutting n flttto ahead of this period so tho crop Is gage be fore It begins to got woody Later corn can be depended on sweet corn Is best Stowrll Ever green planted In tile middle of Juno will bo In fine shape In nine or ten weeks It Is well to feed ears and all From this time till frost there should bo no trouble In getting an abundance of corn of any kind Often hero will be a second crop of clover to feud In tho latter part of August and lint of September which will give variety and Is In tho line of economy but It Is not as good as the corn Last but not by any moons least lathe most valuable but too often do spiral pumpkin I value them mast highly and like to hue theta to feed well Into November and have no dif ficulty In keeping them If they Me not allowed to freeze and nro kept In a cool dry place Tho old Idea that tine seeds are harmful Is an erroneous ono I have fed tons of them and not removed a seed for years In fact I consider tho seeds of value as a tonic and vermifuge Often wo sot a good growth In the corn but a moro certain and better way Is to plant them In a plot of rich ground by themselves There lfeedGRINDSTONE TROUGH When SharpenlngIt I have n box attached1 to ray grind tone that can easily bo raised or lowered writes a Pennsylvania cor Grindstone and Trough respondent A grindstone should not be lift In the water as It makes ono side soft A hook at tho end holds the box In place when the grindstone Is in UHO When dono release the hook and tho box will swing down and away from tho stone It IH a great saying in time to havo a water box like this OH It saves pouring water on tho stone Sweet Clover for Beet Sweet or Bokhara clover Is consid Bred worth four dollars per aero for honey by an Iowa beekeeper and farm er who has a 35acro field oflt He sowed It four years ago and it seems ImprovQ every year Cattle become fonifof fl says Farm and Home and It makes goddpasture 11 mot al lowed to get old and coarse ICANT FLOWERS Flwer Table lrrBI Funeral Diann- 11ddluK 1COlt flee eltMl 1UnU iNOOtrOIATID PHONE 12 BEREA KY 0 0o e 0o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0- U 0- AAo o Annn e o o OQOevNeNeNot1 e o Ne BEST DENTIST CITT rilOKK lox OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Mr Leo Plorson had tho mumps last week Mm A J Smith was shopping In Richmond last Wednesday A good house and lot to Teat Doalrablo location See J M Early Mr Huiton Green who has been Uruuiuilnc tor the past tow weeks ls tome again- Everybody was glad to hear tho now college bell which rang for the first time Saturday avonlnc at Vesper hour Tho tone la much better than the last 11l1li Amelia MaWhortcr who wont wont last winter to Improve her health aaa returned to Boron MlM Margaret Wallaee visited with trio ods and relatlws part of last week at Wallaccton- Mr Jamas Bates of Morehoud Ky la LavlK the bulldlas of Isaacs and Hughes on Depot St remodeled and made Into a skating rink Mlaeou May HarrtMU and Julia Johnson visited with friends la the country lost Thursday Mr Lewis Baker and sister Grace and Mr Howard Gamble spent Sat urday and Sunday with tho Bakers grandparents at Mrs Laura day school girls an Easter Party at her home or Forest St last Saturday after noon Tho little tots had a splendid time Mr Sam Mason Is having a now residence built on Parkway St Tho Easter exorcises glvon by the pupils of tha Parish Houmj S S were listened to by ono of tho largest crowds ever seen In the building ooh tho audltorum and gallery b0 lag packed full The building was beautifully decorated with flowers acd the plecoa were so well rendered that tho Supt and teachers may well bo proud of their pupils accomplish ments Tho principle feature of the program woo a cantata given by Uc larger girls of the school lnwhlch Joy lope and Grief wore finely ro G presentedA of Mrs Gilbert Wyatt Mrs Margaret Young of Lexington Ky was brought hero for burial in the Borer cemetery last Sunday after noon Mre Young had boon 111 for several months Sha loaves many trends and relatives to deplore her deathMr Eph Mitchell who was strick en with paralysis about two weeks ago Is Flill In a very serious condi lion and his recovery Is very doubt fulMiss Ruth Edwards gave a picnic Saturday for her father and mother oS Lolpslc Ohio who visited her from Friday till Monday Two wagon loads of students wont out to Robes Mountain and spent tho day drying themselves before a small fire Thomas Barnett who returned several days ago from Colorado where ha was so seriously ill and could get no help has been taken to the hos pital for an operation for pleurisy Seven quarts of puss have boon taken from MB lung- sWANTEDReliable energlUo man to sell lubricating oils greases and paints In Madison County qnd adja cent counties Salary or commission Stetson Oil Cc Cleveland Ohio J W Stephens has Just got in a carload of Ice and in ready to serve customers Phono 1333 RegulAr routes will bo started later I RICHMOND GREENHOUSESIMione PHONE ALBERT I The Porter Drug Co ooooooooooeoooo Vicinityo fJDR WnllRcdonI Mr Tobo Lakes has moved back to ht3 farm at Brasstlold Kyi Mr Toni Hayca and family have moved io Clover Bottom Jackson Co Sydney Combs has moved Into tho afore across from the printing office and set up business with a line of hardware and general merchandise Miss Mlnnlcdold who camo hero to learn millinery from Mrs Jones and has been 111 with tuberculosis has been taken to tho homo of an aunt In Wlldlo- Thrco now streets have been open cd in the Hanson addition at the Wo t end of town The excursion to Cincinnati which hu usually been under tho auspices of the college and for students only will bo conducted this year by the L and N and will bo open to nil The train will leave hero Friday morn lag early and will return about mid night A special reduced rate for tho round trip will bo given It U Ulohardton Is opening n loot fountain In his store That in tho Portal Drug store which did such a rushing business all last year Is also open again and seems to be beating IU lout years record Torero is a great demand for labor around town Just now and It seems Impmiblo to pst help at any roos onnVlo price lard Umes do not seem to have hit this town ctnot notice ably Ides Megglo Golden is out again after an operation on ono of her tonal o but will soon quit work to have the other removed Mr and Mrs Will Flonery are being congratulated on tho arrival of a flno boy Tuesday The students and soma of the townspeople enjoyed on Monday nght tho first out door band con cert given In Berea It was also made notable by tho presence of the Can tlcid portable band stand which will bo a feature of such occasions In future Tho concert was a great nic cess Tho stand was set in front of Lincoln Hall and tho students soon flocked around It la pleasant to cay that there will bo other sim- Ilar concerts later Cam J Lewis has been in London Ky since Saturday visiting his two friends Miss C Noro and Llzzlo Howard They also returned with blm tor a MX weeks visit In Berea sad Paint Lick with friends Tho lion Waller Bennett of Richmond candidate for delegate to the National Convention on a straight raft platform was in town Tuesday counting up his strength Everybody seems to be expecting that ho will win In a walk Broken friendship says a writerI like china may bo repaired but the bleak will always show Long Talks In London Those who sometimes complain of tho inadequate telephone facilities of London doubtless do not realize that tho metropolitan telephones area is by far tho largest city telephone area in the world covering over C40 square miles a space in which Paris Berlin Vienna St Petersburg New York and Chicago could all bo sot out with room costIproper facilities for constructing un derground conduits for tho wires fa cilities which havo always been re fused by tho authorities though denied to no other electrical undertaking are not in the least appreciated by tho average telephone loser London En gluecr Pugnacious Youngster 1 think my now baby brother Is a uarroliomo little chap said Mabel When he cant get a chance to pull ny hair he pulls his own and when io one is near enough he punches his own head Sa1Norae ofat osotlQN9Ne o- S 1 o o i College Items I a 0 0 0HERE AND THERE o 0 0- eS0S000SOS0S0SOSOSOSoi0S0 The recital of the music students at the chapel Tuesday evening was greatly enjoyed and all acquitted themselves with credit showing the value of the training they have ro reived under Mr Rlgby Pres and Mrs Frost who had ex pected to start for Now York Fri day noon stayed ovor to give Mr Frost a chance for como conferences with members of tho faculty and fin ally left Monday Thor will return Saturday of next wcok Three people from tho Black Moun tain Academy at Evarts Iy havo boon vleltiug tho college being en tertained by Mr and Mrs E L Roberts They woro Mrs It 8 Ware the matron Miss Ruth Ware the lady principal and tho Rev L B Wood pastor and teacher Fred Mullins former student of Mulllns Station is visiting Berea thin weak Louis C Hlnman a Berea grad unto Is now engaged with the O S Hubbell Printing Co 224 High Ave Cleveland O Mrs William Dager and Mrs Will C Gamble are attending the meeting of tho Presbyterian Missionary Society this week nt Lebanon Ky Mrs D gcr speaks Wednesday night and Thursday on Ijer Missionary work in Africa President Herbert Welch of the Ohio Wcaloyan University Delaware Dblo will give the Monday lecture in May 2Cth There will bo an entertainment at tho Blue Lick Church houco by n lumber of the Berea students Friday night of thIn week An interesting program has been arranged under tha supervision of the Rev Howard HudsonA had aa open mooting lost Friday and a splendid time Tho Rev a C Creogan Secretary ot the American Board of CommIs- sIoners for Foreign Missions class iwto of Pros Frost Is to visit Borca I arty In May speaking to tho Fac ilty Club Saturday night May 2nd Caching on Sunday Stay 3rd and riving the Monday lecture before Un- Ited Chapel on Travel Monday May 4th Tha llov Josiah Strong D D uithor of the fnrfamcd book Our Jiuntry and of other Important AMERICAN BEAUTY Stile 211 Kalamazoo Corset Co Mtkcrt I works on sociology and political sci erjee will visit Berea on Thursday May 28th and will address both tho Faculty Club and tho students In order to acquire money for their delegates to the Y W C A Couven tion at Ashvlllo this summer the girls of Bcrcas Y W C A will hold a lawn fete next Saturday evening from 630 to 830 on the lawn of Ladles Hall The best of delicious home made candies and lemonade will be sold Everybody Is urged to como and buy tho good things and help the girls Dont forget the baseball game Saturday between the college team aid the Danville DcafMutes Tho college boys expect to do bettor Tho Utile Dulco Literary Society snot at the hospitable home of Mrs J W Dlnamore last Friday evening in stead of tho usual place at East Par lor Tho chango was greatly appre dated by tho girls and they had a- very enjoyable evening Mr Clark Hlnman who was a student hero in 1904 now of Colra bus Ohio has been visiting hero with old school friends Mr Taylor Secretary of tho Railroad Y M C A of Corbin was in tows Monday to bring a sample of n dunk to Prof Rumold to bo an alyzed He suspected that It con tamed alcohol and such proved to bo tho case Tho drink is very popular In Corbin and vigorous prosecutions are planned Oo down and look at Dr Cowleys dogwood tree It seems that Berea has not appreciated Its blessings Mr Enos A Mills the U S Government forestry expert who has spent his life In the study of trees and was In town last week says it Is the finest hq has ever seen and got permis sion to take two photographs of it rot use In tho Government records SIDEWALK ORDINANCE The Board of Trustees of the town of Berea Madison County Kentucky to ordain ao follows 1 That there shall be a concrete wnlk built on both sides of Chestnut street beginning at the corner of Iain and Chestnut streets extending vest to the corner of Chestnut nut Railroad streets or Welchs corner Except across tho fill to ba mado at the foot of tho brldgo which shall be done Inside of specified time with under path across till sufficient for tho approval of tho Street Committee raid fill must have ample tlmo to settle before concrete Id applied 2 Also on both sides of Prospect A Dainty Creation FOR MAID or MATRON IS TilE POPULAR CORSET THE American Beauty KALAMAZOO CORSET CO Exclusive Makers Make tho most of your figure It is impossible to wear an American Beauty Corset and not be stylishly attractive Comfortable Yes and economical also because they wear HO long and et retain their shapely symmetrical outllne8 We recommend these corsets because vro believe In them sizes 18 to 80 Price BOo to 360- Everything for Ladles and Children Wear MRS S R BAKER Phone 123 Richmond St Bcrcn Ky The next time I have a roof put on Ill get you to do my work II said Mr Andrew Isaacs the propri etor of the Berea Roller Mills to me Why BECAUSEFirst roof on his flour mill leaked Second it blew off Third the repair work and having the blownoff part put back cost about three times the amount it would have cost if I had put it on in the first place and he still has a sorry roof This is no reflection on Mr Isaacs judgement in selecting a man to put on his roof for it was the agreement with the contractor that I put on the roof But his carpenter told him that Lengfellner was too busy and that he had put on roofing before Mr Isaacs thot then and knows now that it is cheaper to have me put on metal roofing and guaran tee itfor twentyfive years than for any one else to put it on and have me fix it for twentyfive years I HENRY LENGFELLNER The Metal RoofMan Golden Place Phone 1702 Berea Ky Sale Going on Now I will continue this Sale un til I close out a large stock of Shoes Clothing Dry Goods Mens and Boys Hats and Best Groceries Come at once Dont miss the Bargains Get First Choice Seeing is Believing Hay Corn Feed and Meal a Speciality R J ENGLE Phone No 60 Berea Kentucky street beginning at Main street unit extending eastward to Include S C Masons property ou south side on brow of hill and Dr Cowleys property on north Lido of said street 3 Beginning at Golden place on southeast side of Richmond street extending northward Including Baptist church property Said walks shall bo built accord Ing to tho following specification Walk must bo built to a grade line which shall bo established by tho Board of Trustees of the town of Borea There fihal bo a space o eighteen 18 Inches between the pro perty line and tho Inner edge of said walk Walk to be five 5 feet in width except In tho event that the walk is In front of any business house then tho owner of said pro perty has tthe privilege of building tho walk binding on the property lino and ten 10 feet In width Tho ground shall bo prepared so that It rhal be coves 7 Inches below the grade line and t en a bed shall bo rondo by filling with two 2 Inches of cinders coarse gravel crushed stone or brick bats none of which shall bo too largo to pass thru a two 2 Inch ring same shall be well watered and tamped The foundation shall bo made as follows Ono 1 part cement two 2 parts good sharp sand and three 3 parts good clean gravel or lime ctono screenings all to be well mixed before wetting anl same shall be placed on tho bed ton depth of four 4 Inches after being well tamped Tho top coat shall bo- one 1 Inch deep and shall bo placed on foundation before same shall be come dry The top coat shall consist of ono 1 part cement and two 2 parts good sharp sand and shall be well mixed before wetting and when placed on foundation shall be well trowled until smooth Before top coat Is dry it shall ba cut Into squares five 6 by five 6 feet alwayo being cut thru to the foundation Mid all joints dry and sanded and all edges shall be rounded Some shall be well watered two days after its completion- All the cements used in the cons truction of these walks shall be Port land of the Atlas brand or some equally good brand This walk shall bo completed bv the first day of November 1908 After the time specified for the completion of the said walks the town Trustees will Immediately proceed tc construct all walls named herein not completed According to Sec 57 of town ordinances Everybody Ride EasyF- OR Rubber Tire Work SEE F PBENTLY KINGSTON KENTUCKY Ho has a large supply of Rubber on hand Got his prices before hav ing your buggy rubbered IIo guarantees nil his work REALESTATE Kidd Robinson Office Over Iot Office Notary Public Berea Ky Hold on Stop paying rent It does not pay Wo will sell you a nice lot in the best part of town for only 100 You pay f10 down and the remainder in monthly payments of 8 Call on or addrcM 1 P1iIIII RtU fcSOV BnlU lids rp Bargain in Real Estate A five room cottage two porches largo well shaped lot with good im provements located on Chestnut St Quarters forcow horse lOOchlckona Must bo seen to bo appreciated A bargain if taken at once For par ticulars seo M L SpInk Berea Ky LADAVISMD OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 50 CEMTZRST SeR BAKER DENTIST OFFICB In Baker Build inf Richmond Street BEREA KY IIOBIe hn from S to 4 CUT rhe e 1X3 Teeth extracted without taiSaefotne EN GINEStBOILo ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED York Promptly Rotund CONN BROS Laaueter Ky FOR SALE A few Good Fresh Jersey Cows Will also buy your Dry Cows- J W Herndon THE WORLDS 6REATESTSEWIN6 MACHINE w LIGHT RUNNINGS uo bbutUeoralllagIeThreedCAoniMUehSewing THE NEW HIME tWill MACHINE UPAI- IOrange Maaa f0 6tne are mdetoaenregardlu e- laur out the New Home It mtdt to wear a Our guaranty newer rum out old byauthrlsd dealers only troy SAIB IY- J M RIBHARB38I a COMPANY Btatrsl Agents Clsv Ud Y SEE ME ABOUT you EYES GI Mi U Salt All Conditions J M EARLY Jeweler Engraver Bran Street Berea Kentucky HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general baakkg fciiihm We Invite you special toe place at t- I fotttt a porttoft yttr aeeat with wit- MR wkecher Urge sr saial r- l U atA r MYUN KY n The Citizen A fimlljr newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting PnblUhrd every Tbtttsdtr at Bern Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Ont Yea rt Six Month 6f Time Month y Send money by Post oSCt or Uiprrst Money Order Drift Kegiitereil Letter or one mud twu tint lUmpi The date after your name on libel show t- what date your uhalplion la plid If It la not cbingrd within tbiec vrctk afler tcncwil SOIL UA- Mualag numbers will be Udly tupplled If we are notified Pine Premiums ilrea for new turncrlptlom and prompt renewal Send for Premium JUC Liberal lerm given lo any who obtain new nb criptlon for us Any one kendlne in foul yearly aubcripttonicantecteveTheClueenfrq fey lot one Advcrtltlng rate oo application names or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION =unicngo youths do not neea coming out parties They Just come out A few going In parties might help A New York wrongdoer was convict ed otter identification by his voice alone He should have eaten a clove The German lottery agent who has just been sentenced to 1461 years in prison has obviously drawn an un lucky number A New York society woman appeared at n charity entertainment as Salome with a huge snako rolled around her neck At least reporters thought they saw It t Twelve New York Jurors who were fined J50 each because they tossed n penny for the purpose of arriving at a verdict are likely to give up the Idea that the law Is a Joke The Now York suffragettes have given up their openair parades and will substitute teas and bridgewhist parties Naturally earnest leaders of the cause can see the ladylike blight settling on the crusade A Pennsylvania youth recently com matted suicide because ho was repri manded Such a degree of sensl tiveness would Indicate that tho rod had been spared too much and tho child very evidently spoiled No surprise is 6y the news that a Brooklyn rug manufacturer has been leading a double life Any man who has to live In Brooklyn cannot be blamed for wanting another exIst- ence says the Chicago Journal various American fishes such as the sheepshead and the bluefish have lately appeared in large numbers i In the hay of Biscay Is It possible that the financial stringency has affected even the waters of our coast A young man in Philadelphia tried to kill himself because an actress with whombe was In love had sent bly advised him notto be a lobster Evidently he took the only way known to his limited intelligence to follow her advice A noiseless gun may bea great Improvement but it does look like a coldblooded process even In war to ehoot a man down without making any noise about It Besides we should have to throw away all our war poetry and get a new line which would be almost Impossible since all tho great poets aro gone The Ideal theater to be built In New York will be so arranged that occupants of boxes will be enabled to speak to friends in tho orchestra This arrangement will facilitate the low of conversation while grand ipera is In progress Naturally society will concur in the Idea that the theater Is to be Ideal That story from Minnesota about the farmer who has found In his flock a hen which has no bill but instead n perfect human nose with perfect nostrils and a human mouth and chin blow cheeks puffy and pink and In place of a comb hairy feathers part ed as If by a barber is very Inter eating Indeed but Virgil Eaton can beat it with his hands tied behind his back A Chinese editor says that his peo plo are getting ready to drive all Europeans out of China but they have not tho same feeling toward Americans as they have earned the United States Is not the only nation with a conscience It would be rather difficult to Imagine any of the others letting go a slice of tempting terrl tory or a large part of collectible Indemnity They would bole on It as unpardonable folly If not gener osity of tho most pernicious type- Millions of tons of sand flung on the seacoast by winds and waves are carried back again in tho undertow but a Now York man owned property at Coney Island recently found a way to put it where It would do the most good and keep it there He moored an old schooner near the beach In IS months the sea built up behind It an area of 100000 feet and little grains of sand make pleasant land In deed at that spot for the Coney Is land bench is worth a dollar a square toot 1 u Womans Sphere It Be and Is By MRS IIUMPflKY WARD EndlUb Novelist Now In America AYomnns Sphere of activity should be and is being enlarged 1 am anything but an advocate of the old hearth and home theory Hut I think that what the suffragettes live fighting for is just what women do not need and should not have Women do not need tho ballot on questions in the solution of which they can never play a responsi ble part Fancy a female general a female admiral I Fancy n railroad run by women roads built or mines worked by them I Well if there is this inevitable physical limitation to u womans activity Ctihe can never enter time army or the navy never be n miner or a railroaderis it just that she be given u vote on matters that involve these activities The national government of course both in the United States and in England is Concerned in all of thieve things and this gov ernment is maintained by the votes of the mole portion of the population which thus indirectly decides on the army the navy the railroads and the scores of material interests in which women cannot by nature take an active part But there are other questions questions of an educational nature and on these I believe women should be permitted to rottrlho schools the hospitals the charities to mention the most obvious of n city or a na tion are in the control of the government and yet women have just as much of a responsible interest in these matters as men It would seem to be hut just therefore that they should be allowed to vote on them in London happily within the past two years women have gained the right to vote on the county councils Womans sphere should not be limited more than the physical limita tion imposed by nature I believe in women entering as many fields of activity as the profitably can Her first sphere of activity of course is the family the home But where that is denied her why should she not turn her attention to other duties duties that in the old hearth and home days were supposed to belong exclusively to meu amid thus play her part in the worlds work Girls Who Are- UtterJy Useless Should Being Enlarged American parents and American children very much like the parents nnd the children of other ciVilwod countries It is natural for n parent to bo indulgent and for n child to be selfwilled Those in clinations sometimes restrained by education and discipline and sometimes repressed by material circumstances In the older countries of Europe where the hand authority has been felt so long and frequently so heavily there is natural ly readier submission to authority which speaks only with the arbitrary voice command The people are accustomed to obey without questioning and this custom is reflected in the relations parents and children In this country even the latest corners seem to divine that here is a place where one may ask questions and where certain kinds of cvnnnmnds are obeyed only for reasons explained That spirit we may be cure can be carried too far but it is essentially what we learn to associate with democracy The government is the peoples everybody is a part of the government and nobody is time whole of it It seems to me that the child being more impressionable and more receptive titan the adult having a more lively imagination anda lesser willingness to endure restraint wdnld reflect in its ideas nnd conduct this spirit of democratic independence The parent also must feel the quick ening melting influence of the doctrines of equality mil freedom and the spirit of authority naturally suffers in consequence It is true that ninny parents are overindulgent and that many chil dren show the effects indulgence who would be without fault if subject ed to even moderate restraint and control Education the parent is very important ns an influence to rely upon for correction of this condition Discipline of the child ought to be more systematic and I agree with Dr G Stanley Halls statement to the extent that I think a great deal of time nod labor is wasted trying to affect by moral suasion children who could be almost immediately and permanently set straight by a good whipping rAre and fear are two powerful sentiments They are invoked con stantly by nature never singly and quite universally in combination to correct and direct her maturcr children and it is important that the combination should be employed judiciously in the control juveniles tea By LILLIAN SELL Aalcnu are are are of of of of of in of I have never known anything liktnor am I capable of imagining anything like lime uselessness of some young girls I know I have watched them carefully and even questioned them and if they know how to do one single helpful useful thing or if they do one such act from morning until night day in and day out I do not know what it is Sometimes they know how to make fudge and I know one who claims to know how to snake an angel food cake but Ive never seen her do itI dont know a girl in New York who can trim a hat Nor one who can make a dress I dont know a girl who helps her mother in any way nor do I know any mothers who help their daughters to be anything but helpless butterflies Where has it all gonethis home life Where is the oldfashioned mother who used to have her daughters confidence who knew the young men her daughter danced with who saw the books her daughter read and who selected the plays her daughter could see without harm But then where are the oldfashioned husbands and wives whole interests timid pleasures were identical t Now we have womens clubs just liko the men have where women may swim andeat and drink cocktails and bat around privately just aA men do publicly and you may take your daughters there afternoons for tea and hear the gossip of the day Isnt it nice to provide these sub stitutes for a home to women who have none of t ciroI1 just Souses with servants I ROUT KURD RIDERS COSSACKS WIN PITCHED BATTLE THOUGH OUTNUMBERED DESTROY THREE VILLAGES Robber Tribes In Persian Territory Severely Punlshed French Repulse Fierce Attack of Berbers Tints Tho Russian troops which recently Invaded Persian territory in tho vicinity of Ixnikornn for tho purpose of punishing Kurdish raiders of tho Russian garrison at the Frontier poet llolesuvar April 13 act ed with a promptitude calculated to overawe the tribes of the first claaa near Rolesuvnr The tight which ensued assumed the proportions of a pitched battle Tho Russians were greatly outnumbered but they pressed tho battle with great vigor and routed the Ierslans inflict ing a loss of 34 mon killed and SO wounded The remainder of tho tribesmen broke and ailed The Russians lost ono officer and seven soldiers woundedCossacks Destroy Villages The cannonade set fire to the vII lago of liclcsuvar the destruction of which was completed by the Cossacks after a ruthless house to house search for tho Russian arms stolen during the raid of April 13 Pressing their advantage the Rus slaps bombarded tho neighboring vile ages of Kodzhabeklu and Zarlah and razed both Tho noncombatants suffered great losses Home of Robber Tribes The theater of war Is In tho moun tall range of Karadagh which wedges In the Russian boundary and Is time traditional kingdom of robber tribes which boast thousands of tighter armed with modern Implements of war and organized with a semblance of military discipline Tho robbers had cut tho telegraph lines In order to hamper tho mobilization of an expedi tion which Persia is assembling against them at Tabriz Tho Russian expeditionary force now on Persian soil aggregates 100 Cossacks a squadron of sharpshoot ers and a battery of machine guns It was Intended to send a much larger force there but a phenomenal flood of tho Arns river hinders the concentra lion of reinforcements from Ilaku and other points north French Repulse Berbers Colomb Uechar Algeria A French column posted on Talzaza hill which commands the plain of Tamet was attacked fiercely at daylight by a number of Derbers who with nomad Arabs have been concentrating for some weeks past on tho western fron tier of Algeria Although surprised thu French force rallied and fought desperately not only beating oft their adversaries but pursuing them for a distance of six milesSo hot was tho pursuit that time Arabs In their headlong flight aban doned their dead and wounded Several green flags of the prophot also fell Into the hands of the French This French victory was costly Twentyeight men Including an oat cor were killed and 100 men including ten officers were wounded The losses were greatest In tho Foreign Legion Tho Berber losses were much heav ier no less than 12G dead bodies beIing found by the French troops The French pursuit was stopped by darkness ALDRICH BILL TABLED House Committee Votes to Lay Aside Currency Measure Washington The house committee an banking and currency Friday voted unanimously to table the Aldrich financial bill It also wan declded to give a hearing to Representative Vice land of Now York who recently Introduced a financial bill which Is lookod upon an a substitute for the AldrIch measure Tbe discussion In coriimlttee was brief The only point debated was as to whether or not the committee should make a formal report giving Its reasons to the house for Its un favorable action and the conclusion finally was reached that no reasons should be given Consequently the committees report will be a mero statement of tho action of the com mittee Pat McCarren Unseated New York State Senator Patrick H McCarren leader of the Kings County Democracy was unseated Wednesday ulght ss n delegate to the partys state convention in Carnegie ball to select representatives to the Denver national convention The convention then selected dele gatesatlargu and adopted a platform which declared the delegation should be unhnmpered by Instructions State Pc lice for Chester Chester Pa Following early morn ing Scenes of wild disorder during which two men were slightly Injured by bullets and others were beaten by crowds a request wen sent to Oov Stuart Thursday asking him to send two companies of the state police to this city at once to preserve order The governor granted the request r Widow of Famous Clown Dies Son 1 Antonio TexMrs Marceihv Rice widow of the famous clrcu clown jlled hero Thursday A SCHOOL BAG How You Can Mako Ont Out of Strong Cord d Do you want a strong serviceable little school bag Take a piece of heavy cord 20 Inches long lap one end to the distance of an Inch ovor limo other and sew the two lapped ends firmly together then bind them neatly around and around with string Bring tho two edges or sides of tho circle together forming two ends V V Fig 1 Tie n strong string on each end Fig 1 anti fasten each of tho strings to the back of a chair you will then have a clr cle of heavy cord securely suspended In midair Cut 24 lengths of twine each 25 Inches long double each piece and fasten all the strands on tho clrclo of heavy cord In tho same way you made the fringe on tho ham mock X X Fig 1 except that this time tho strands must bo quite a dis tance apart Let all the spaces be tween time strands bo equal Having fastened the lengths of twlno on tho circle net them together exactly as you netted the hammock but you must depend upon your eye to keep the meshes oven and of tho same size as there will be no board with lines to guide you Fig 1 Tie tho knots In circular rows going around on both sides of the circle for each row Con tinue the meshes until within three and a half inches of the bottom then tie the two sides together cloying the bottom of the bag and forming the fringe shown In Fig 2 Having finished tho bag untie the strings attached to the two ends and make two handles of heavy curd or slender ro Fasten the handles on their respectlve tides of the bag loop the ends of tho handles under the cord forming the top of the bag and bring each end up against Its own side of the handle Sew each of the two ends of the two handles securely to the handle proper then bind the sowed portions neatly together with fine cord as In Fig 2 WHY HE DIDNT TELL Predicament of a Little Freckle Faced Schoolboy Tbe teachers of this particular school had been Instructed by tho principal to find out tho occupations of their pupils parents This was done without difficulty except In the case of ono small freckled faced lad The young ster obstinately refused the informs tlon desired Is your father living naked the teacherYesm was the short response Well does he work pursued the teacher Nora Hut doesnt he keep you and your mother YcsmThe teacher looked disturbed Now what Is It that your father does she coaxed Thereupon tears began to thread their way between tho freckles on tho youngsters cheeks My father aintgot any regular work whispered he Pas the boarded lady at the circus and ma said if I over told shed lick me One Good Thing In New Car Ono of the greatest blessings of the qUCIItlOI1 grabhandlesdoor only A woman leaving the car must fnce this handle and consequently must get off facing In the goingWhlloargument against suffrage the fact gracefulof relief from every lover of the beau YorkTribune His Choice- A fond mother in Valparaiso hear Ing that an earthquake was coming sent her boys to a friends In the coun try to escape It A few days afterward she received a note from tho friend saying Take your boys away and send along the earthquake In IteadI A WATER MICHOFHONE 1 It Will Intensify Sounds as Can B S Shown by Experiment A microphone ns you perhaps know Is n sort of telephone which greatly increases tho intensity of sounds so that the noise mado by n fly In walk 4 Ing o er the apparatus can bo heard anywhere In a largo room Tin microphone like the telephone Is tin electrical Instrument but the ti The Apparatus word microphone means merely an In strument which enables ono to hear feeble sounds nnd so tho simple apr paratus to be described may bo nailed a microphone though It has nothing to do with electricity When water Is sues from A small orifice it forma a continuous clear stream for a M U distance and then breaks Into drop which fall at pretty nearly equal In 1lervuls Hut the Intervals between the drops depends on what vibrating bodies may be In the neighborhood an may bo shown by the following pretty experimentConnect ono end of a rubber tMbe with the water faucet or with a vessel of water on a shelf and In the other end Invert a glass medicine dropper explains Peoples Home Journal HoW the Klaus tube pointing downward over a vertical metal tube the upper end of which Is covered with sheet rubber lightly stretched Hold the tube at such a height that tho stream Just tails to break Into separate drops before It strikes the rubber Now If you hold a watch near the glass tube from which the stream tee sues time sound mndo by the water falling on the rubber will keep InIwith the ticking of tho watch and magnify It The effect will be very much Increased If a paper or tin fm nil Is connected with the metAl tttnt as shown lu the Illustration HE EARNED A BOOK I One of the Stories Told of Lincoln When He Was a Boy Abraham Lincoln when a hay 13 ar 14 yours of age hearing that a neigh her named Crawford owned RaimejrV IJfo of Washington borrowed tItbook to read He had nearly finished time IHnlsal when an accident ocourrrd which caused him much regret On retiring to bed ono stormy evening h placed the hook directly under a crack In their log cabin and the wind chang ing before morning the rain came la and Jbo Life of Washington was wet through lila dismay was great on alb covering Its badly damaged condition he had promised to take care of It and return It safelyand he felt that his reputation would be lowered al though he had not actually been to blame Rut he resolved to tako It hack to the owner at the close of his days reparaIonmoney to give He carried out this purpose with a heavy heart and was well received by tho neighbor who proposed that ho should work out thu wholo cost of tho book and then kejx e eatpsdtheMATCH PUZZLE How to Make Four Triangles Out of Six Sticks If tire man who Is always going 1 around asking people to solve puzzles ever tells you that you cant make four triangles of equal size out oC slat Jbycompanying diagram Three of tho six matches are late on the table in the form of a triangle and the other three are placed cm end The Matches Placed meeting at a common point above Thus you have the four triangles ro qulrtd 4 He Didnt Know s Robby had gone to Canada to vlalt lobebut at luncheon when his aunt asked I him If ho would lIke some curried i chicken he was speechless with cur J ptlse What Is the matter Bobby asked J his aunt Dont you like curried chickenI r know answered lobby We dont curry ours wo pick thum f Crowding Out the Bleed 1 DottleJ know wiry tho bloed comma out when I run a splinter In my ce thumb Shall I tell you teache- rToacheiYea dear t fDottle Its because my thumb Is airready full of bleed and cant bleed any more so time splinter runs it over + FROM CITY TO FARM- YY thton with crtJutilr to the hlon of IWrs who parni with lrnbth phantamrolhopwhospeetthat a f will p rfarm the promU i bTlbBy ERNEST McGAFFEY Author tf OutdoorPm The Independence of Farm Life rn w Hani tines her tlniti com nculn no nvorr What strikes tho casual sojourner molt who cornea tram tho city to tho country Is tho total absence of any look of worry In the faces of the pea pie about him Ho sees many types of tho dwellers In rural districts and all stages of vxlstcnco Included and then and women boys and girls allI seen to bo freed from that hungry anxloun look which shows so plainly In tho visages of tho dwellers In large towns When they aro through with their work they show It In a sense of having thrown off the cares of tho day In the cities and especially on the sidewalks and In the cars the men tyr women who have been released t brief respite from tholr tasks havo a hunted and careworn look ap prehensive to a degree Strikes lockouti competition ap proaching old ago tho rises In tho price of tho necessaries In lire the crest of living tho dread grind that ro dares men and women to machines which must regulate their movements by the tick of a clock or tho turn of a handle to testify to unerring and slay lab punctuality all these while they may not no much bring wrinkles be fore ones time make the twin wraiths of fear and anxiety look out of tho eyes of most ot those who carry the burdens of workaday life In tho metropolis What does tho mere problem ot liv ing moan in the country Wo found that out very quickly Kent Including an ample garden plot and extra ground for potatoes with all the fruit we could use Including apples iHaahos plums cherries grapes and blackberries with tho uio of a long I and abort distance telephone all tho wood wo needed for fuel If wo cared to cut It a house of five rooms with a pump and cistern for kitchen use and a flue well nt the east porch a yard with shady maples about It and a lawn of blue grass all around the- hoasoall this for 11 a month Wo could have kept chickens and bad n cow and It would not have cost us anything extra I had the run of the enUro farm of ICO acres to hunt on and In summer time wo could got all tho greens we could uio by sim ply walking Into the pastures close brand gathering them Meat at the town four tulles away was ten cents a pound for tho very finest steaks much finer than any I could get In Chicago at any price When the farmers around us killed we could buy meat for from six to eight cents n pound flutter was 20 coats it pound the year round Milk eggs and poultry wero cheap and groceries the same as In the city With the hiring of a girl at 250 a week nnd with the addition to tho table of our gardening products the average expense for four of us was from Uti to 38 a month Did some out say clothes You dont wear clothes In tho country you Just uio up what you take from the city and for thu most part go clad like Joseph In a coat of many colors Hickory shirts for a man brown duck trousers and coat no hat collar cults or tie or maybe a loose black silk Uo for tho turndown collar that goes with tho hickory shirt and that completes a tunas dross In tho coun try My laundry bill for two years for bulled shirts and linen collars I was about 2C0 All a woman needs Is herpld clothes n duck walking suit consisting of a short skirt and a neat fitting Jacket UC altos got a good fig ure plenty of shirt waists which can be laundered at home and good stout walking shoes If she Is wise enough to cut out the stilt high collars her neck will ahed all Its wrinkles as a ducks back sheds rain after she has given her neck entire freedom for six MonthsDid one say sickness You dont got alek In the country You get out of the habit of It mostly Plenty of fruit vegetables pure water and open air have a depressing effect on the drug store trade and doctors bills Wo only telephoned for tho doc tor once In two years when the baby was scaring us into a frenzy ono night and the message got mixed and hit didnt como after all And the baby was all right at that What can you do with 35 or 38 In a large city You can Just about get ono of those ghastly Joints called a modern steam heated list where you either freeze or molt take your choice Where there Isnt say front yard and no back yard to speak of And then comes your girl your gas bill your telephone hill your laundry bills your grocery bills your meat Ice bakery vegetable and other bills your downtown expenses car faro this that and the other expense unUl you are driven IIkoa galley slave to snake both ends meet and even then you are In debt usually at the end of tho year And you havo been eating poor stuff and drinking doubtful water and paying ddctors ylllpand youre nervous anxious sad unhappy Whats the use Honestly what Is there In It for your Now you can get a house In tho country In a good many localities for oven seven dollars a month with room for chickens a cow and a placo to keep a pig You can have n butcher kill your pig and have your winter meat or a good deal of It In that way You can keep a cow and utrlko out the butter and milk Items You can keep chickens and knock off the eggs and poultry Items You can have a garden besides and thus reduce it all to groceries and clothes And mind you this can bo done and stilt be near enough to it large city to go In and eco whatever you want to at tho the Merit etc So what Is the use of keeping your nose to the grindstone Just to keep up a bluff of living In a certain way Ot course If you like that sort of thing you ought not to be deprived of It The Item of Ico In the country means having a little dumbwaiter ar rnngomont run down In tho well where you keep your stuff cold all summer with no expense and little trouble Tho Item ot Ico In the city means be lug under the thumbs of a lot of pirates who treat you like a parcel of beggars Everything In thu city costs right up to the limit In the country you raise almost everything you need A good sizcd family can make five acres of land near any largo city sup port them all Dy near a city I mean within 40 to 70 miles from town and that Is near enough The farmers In our vicinity cared very little whether school kept or not They worked or they let it alone Just as the mood happened to possess thorn They all of them had good horses nnd buggies and In tbo winter time they got out tholr sleighs and cutters and so they got about In all seasons very comfortably It they owned their own farms they were of course oven more independent than the renters but tho renters them selves wore Just as well oft as to tho luxuries and the necessities in the country as the landed proprietors They always had at least two crops out every year and If one crop failed which was almost never tho other crop was a success and they always made some money at least They all had fruit on the farms and raised good gardens They had chickens and sold tholr extra eggs and chickens and so paid their grocery bills and moro too They had hogs fattening for winter meat and they butchered a hotter or a steer once In awhile for fresh beef They had never known In their lives what It was to worry about a bare living As for Indus trial troubles that Is outside ot agrl culture at present There was no union to light with When harvest time camo around each man helped his neighbor and tho Improved ma chinery of today made tho work com paratively easy When the farmers worked they were not cooped up In a smoky choky atmosphere In the midst of smoke and soot the whirr of ma chinery tholr lungs filled with grit and Iron filings They were out in the open breath lug tho purest air and with all tho four winds ot heaven blowing about them If It was storming they did not go out to work they did not have to Mostly on rainy days the boys and men in my neighborhood went hunting Or they sat around tho kitchen stove and crocked pecans hickory nuts and walnuts ate apples drank cider and played the fiddle They wero a hustling lot n good many of thorn and they raised crops all right but they did not kill themselves working They had a llttlo enjoy ment while they went along and If a circus or a county fair happened along they could all quit and go to see It for every man was an Independent sovereign They waited for no mans beck or call and spoke of no man as the boss1 and never had to gallop back utter dinner to pull a string or give tholr name to n looiet so as not to get fined for being a couple ot seconds late When they felt like It thor laid off and Drowsed around the farms and fixed up the fences If 1 happened to run across a neighbor be could always stop and have n little chat with me Nobody around to live him the eye and make him feel like A cheap crim inal And If It was exceedingly hot some scorching July day you could go Into tome of the farmhouses and find active healthy and first daaa farmers reading a paper and reckon ing they wouldnt go out that after noonThey worked hard when they did work ot course and some of the work was disagreeable Out they could lay off whenever they felt like It and there was no ono to say them nay The proprietor of a farm had absolutely nothing to say as to when or how his renter worked the farm The renter gave his time to raising a crop and divided the crop with the landlord Sometimes tho landlord got half and sometimes a- tblrd1t there wero light crops there was very little actual cash divided but the man on the farm and his family had always had a good living but of It When a man owned a place of say to n hundred qr n hundred and IO acres ho could farm some of It rent out the root and tako It easy Or he could like the man 1 rented from rent out his hoimo to one party and his land to the adjoining farmers and trade In cattle and hogs feeding them and shipping tfccm Into the cities After the boys wore 21 they wero out for themselves and were perfectly able not only to tako care of them selves but they had learned their trade and could support n family Mostly the farmer boys marry early and race suicide Is something they know nothing whatever about Dig families are the rule not the excel lion Anywhere from seven to ten children Is a good average sizable fam ily In the country The idea of strag gling around with one or two children would seem queer to most of them After the crops aro In and especial ly after corn Is shucked and cribbed thero Is an almost complete lull In farm work Tho winter wood is often gotten up before cold weather bo gins and from limo last days In November until along early In March thero is practically nothing to do on a farm except time everlasting chores These consist of feeding the stock currying and rubbing down the horses bringing In wood milking and doing a few little other odds and ends A family of two or three boys and tho head of tho household can do all this In an hour and a half for morning and night Tho rest ot the time for a pe tied of about If not quite three months is Just nothing at all but test ing by the fireplace or the stoves reading tbo papers Welting going to tho dances or to town attending court and hearing the speeches and In other ways enjoying time leisure time Onefourth therefore of the aver ago farmers life on the farm apart from many extra stormy days taking It year In nnd year out Is a vacation Of course he may go out and nail up a fence occasionally and chop a little wood or do some other mild stunt Hut the crops have been gathered the fall plowing Is done and there Is real ly nothing for him to do Somo of tile more enterprising boys in our neighborhood went Into the coal banks along tho line of tho little streams among tho hills and with pick and dynamite unearthed many tons ot soft coal and mado good money nt It nut this was a business venture separate and apart from farm Ing and only tho huskiest of the bust lers tackled It Now Just Imagine If you can any clerk or working man or professional or business man laying off throe months In each year Wouldnt that be something like the happy land of Canaan I suppose a few hundred thousand of tho overworked cite would hate to think ot holing up about December first and reappearing about March first to go to work again Talk about eight hours a day Why these farmers have got tho entire world beaten on living easy nnd es taping worry What do they care If stocks go up or down They dont own any stock What difference does It make to them If tho trusts corral things Not a bit It may beat them out of somo money but tho loss la only a few dollars to each district and theres only a little grumbling about It Can you get the farmer into a con- nor Not In ono thousand years Ho can always make a living and at least a little more And be can always bo Independent where the man In the cities must duck and cringe and wear his soul out against the stones ot hard ship and misfortune Tho farmer can have n dally metropolitan paper at his gate In most rural districts now on the day the sheet Is Issued He can have his magazines his piano his library all these and his telephone and other conveniencesIt that he does not get the glare and glitter of city life but that Is purchased with much travail and sorrow tho maximum of toll for the minimum of gain lIe is his own mas ter and there Is no visible or Invisi ble whip raised over his shoulders We saw this very plainly as the farm ers about us sent their teams ahead in the furrows or tossed tho shining sheaves of wheat aloft In the July sunThey represented the sane life the sanest way of living If there was the saving grace ot social communion In the prairie states there too the farm ers would be happier but statistics show that farmers wives In the west ern states where the farms are scattered and visiting a task have been unable to stand the Isolation and have broken under the strain But In eastern and northern states and pa ticularly In time Mississippi valley tho farmers have reduced the art ot living to a science that spells happiness Even In our little experiment we saw how simple living teas when you wero on n farm For what wo paid for a house in the city we could live on entirely In the country But sup pose a man liisnt a trade or a pro fession by which ho can earn tha much What then Learn to farm You can learn enough about it In year to support yourself Theres no secret to It Dig and sow Nature will do tho rest lmNCST KOAnEY First Greek Minister to Como Here Lambroas A Carom lias the first minister of Oreoco to como to the United States Is one of tyro most In teresting figures In tho diplomatic circles at Washington He Is a great grandson of the famous Oreek patriot of the same name Minister Cora mllas has himself had some wartlmo adventures having been captured b tho Turks during the eastern floe ruoUnn trouble in 1S86 Ho speaks English fluently and Is extremely toad of history OUR HEAVENLYHOME Sunday School Lciion for May 3 I90S SpeelaSy Prepared for This Pape- rIiSSON TEXTJolin J4 Memory verses 2 3- GOLDEN TF TIn my ethershouse are many manxluni John 142 TIME Tlmriclay evening April C A U 30 Jesus farewell discourse with hit disciples was spoken the evening before his cruclnxlon PIACK An upper room In Jerusalem Comment and Suggestive Thought The world and everything In It Is a bundle of needs Everything Is hun gry Tho ground greedily drinks In the rain and the sun The tree stretches Its hungry roots Into the soil and Ita hungry leaves Into the air Your house Is a focus for Incoming supplies of coal and food and a thousand luxuries Every man is bun gry for bread and air and knowledge and love This sense of need In man is a good thing Without It there could be no life no growth When a child Is not hungry its parents justly begin to fear for Its health When the soul dues not see Its needs It Is In a sad conditionPerhaps the chief cause of the dill ciples trouble was Christs predicted departure into the Oreat Unknown See John 1330 All that have seen their dear ones slipping from sight un derstand that one of the principal hu man needs and desires is to know whither they have gone and If there Is to be a reunion Christ answered that question for them and for us 1 Hy revealing heaven as a place his Fatter house Heaven Is a homelike place familiar and dear with lights shining for us In the windows and tho Father walling for us at the open door 2 Dy revealing heaven as a place of private personal abodes not a vast caravansary In It are many man lion abiding ptacee mauutouB coming from manure to remain These are permanent homes not transient abodes like ours on earth 3 Dy revealing heaven as a large place with many mansions room for all Heaven will contain immense throngs without being crowded Its children will be as the grains of sand that bar tho oceans waves or tho stars that begem the vault of night Yet there Is room I The many man scone are not all tenontedF D Meyer 4 Dy revealing heaven as a pre pared place prepared moreover b the one best able to make It delight ful since ho Is the creator of all de lightful things on earth and thor oughly knows our tastes and desires G By revealing heaven as the place of communion with Christ That was the purpose of his going which sad dened his disciples to make ready n place to which he could bring them for a fellowship without any more partingC Insisting that what was left unrevealed concerning the hereafter Is to be thought of as joyful and not grievous If It were not so If heaven were not this warm loving homelike beautiful place I would have told you would have warned you and prepared you It Is not enough to know the truth about God or be in tho way to God or even to have the divine life In us the human soul longs after Ood himself Our Lord met this need by disclos ing the final supreme truth that he was Ood If ye had known me recognized my true noturoyo should have known my Father also For Christ was the complete Image of the Father Out this answer did not satisfy Philip Ho wanted some mar rebus vision of God such as Moses saw on Horeb Perhaps of all the disciples Philip was the least recep tine and the slowest to comprehend the thoughts and spiritual beauty of the Master He was the materialist of tho companyRev J 0 Green houghChrist emphasized the great truth his oneness with the Father 1 Dy reminding Philip of the long time ho had been with Christ for he had been among the first disciples and ot all the evidences ho had seen of Christs divinity 2 Dy specifying these evidences beginning with the words he had spoken the wonderful parables the beatitudes the model prayer tho ser mons the private conversations words so gracious wise and powerful Godrhe had done the long series of convincing ofIcould possibly possess 4 Dy a personal appeal Relieve me when I tell you that I am In the Father and the Father in me Christ hero turns to all the disciples for the and Wasthe the kind of man to lief to indulge whataIf false would be a horrible bias pbemy moreIdivinityI they were not to expect to see In the Man Christ the awful and ajleudld majesty of Jehovah In Christs human body to be sure dwelt all the fullness of the Godhead bodily Col 29 but Its outward manifestation was clogged by fleshly limitations by our human uponyBO say in the flesh My Father is greater than I This answered Philips dim rutty 1855 Berea College 1908 tI FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 4 OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS d A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectutes Horary and general advantages as for moro advanced students Arithmetic and tho common broaches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Dlblo Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES far any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for on honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course ao that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is Tory profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Goy man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses With ISO ot laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a first lasa certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing freo Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea Collego Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and tho School exponds on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays 1n This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting DcJoa In order that It may train young men dad women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character anti reputation of the young people Our students come from tile best families and ore earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick the Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Derea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lug and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter It Is expected that all will have a chanco to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing o the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Dorea favors plain clothing Our cllmatols the best I but as students must attend ilassea regardless ot the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES ore really below cost The College asks no rent for the tine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la tile fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights water ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 coats 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 buildings II hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of r I teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 1500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 Jn courses wick Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the halt term Installments are as follows SPRING10 weeks22SOln one payment 12200 Installment plan first day = 1675 Including 100 deposit middle or term 675 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 9MO SPRING7 week term for those who must leave for teachers exaiut nations 11645 FALL 196814 weeks 29501none paymeat119O1y Installment plan first day 2105 Including LOO deposit middle or term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance Is mado for any fracttds oir a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any toast plred fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply tee mount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO 8TAYWhen you have made your Journey and are Welli started In school it pays to stay as long as possible The first day ot Spring term Is March 26 1908 The tint day of Full term is September 16 1901 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY r That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who tee it The mountain people liku a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with twc of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the raouja tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar That brings is subscriptions all the time If you hAVe not got it jottr p ought io have t co jTHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School Chapter IX School Government U1 Prof iloemore 1 ORDER The terra as applied to schools has two meanings first and best It moans system proper ar rangement of work and plans everything carried on harmoniously at the time appointed All this depends en tirely upon the teacher and has boon sufficiently discussed In other places Second It means tho behavior of the students their observance of tho reg uatlons and attention to their sot eral duties Dliorder consists In ncg loc of duty doing things at the wrong time and doing wrong things at any tlmo- Everybody likes order In tho abstract and would liko to be orderly In life but acquiring the habit Is difficult and Irksome and children will not do It without assistance True it seems to come more nature to some than to others but all will do things In a more or less haphazard way unless directed and supervised Each pupil should be taught to be orderly In person In desk and surroundings and In work The matter of personal appearance hands and face clean hair and clothing in order should be noticed dally morning and afternoon The arrangement of books papers pens and pencils must like wise be looked after Ills seat is the pupils home and must be put in order whenever it is in disorder no matter how it became so These ap c poar to bo little things but their ob scnnncu contributes much to the good of the school and to the after life of the pupils To learn to work systematically and economically requires years of train ing and thero is no better place than the school room for its acquirement It should begin with the youngest students and continue thru the entire course If tho teacher is himself systematic It will make the training of the pupils a simple CORRESPONDENCE Continued from Last rise- to Gray Hawk Friday lastMr An drew Short is employed by J V Hays to run a saw mill on McComon creekJ B Bingham made a busi ness call at J F Tinchers Sunday t lastThe little girl of W n EngleVi that has ben sick for several days is some better at present There will be meeting at Judd school house the second Saturday and Sunday in next month All are invited to come and hear Rev Johnson preachIhe Sun day school at Dry Ridge la progress- Ing nicely with Mrs Katherine Hoover and Mr Adkins teachers Robert Judd has moved in his new house near Gray Hawk We hope that the jury at the McKee Circuit court will find a true Bill against the outlaws in this county and that the laws are more enforced XATIIANTON Nathanton April 17Dorn to Mrs Jane Bird a fine gr1Mrs Martha Parrott is very low with consumption Regular services will be held at Union on tho first Saturday and Sun day In next month Mrs Darthula Mays who hag been visiting her par oats Mr and MrssT G Blngham tor the past two weeks has returned to her home in Lee County Mrs Dora Moore is very clck Dr J A Ma haffey was summoned to see her Sat nrdayj Reeular services are held at Mt Gllead on the fourth Saturday and Sunday In each month Every body come Mr Georgo Cotterels house was burned last weekMr John Spence of Owsley County vis- Ited his sister Mrs Mary A BIngham Wednesday and Thursday Mr W A and E M Blcgbam got light rafts to Irvine te last tide Nathanton April lSRov Lance ford flanks ot Sextons Creek aged Cl years died Wednesday the 8th and was burled Thursday A wife anti several children survive him Mr Banks was a veteran of the civil war and has been tot many years a mla Ister of the baptist church Relatives and friends have our sympathyrMrs- Powellt Marcum of Ethel who has been sick some time Is reportcdto be convalescing Mr J n Hoskins has been very sick with pneumonia but Is reported hotter at this writing Mrs Martha Parrot is still lingering at the point of death It Is said that n the Doctors say her death is only a i question of time Messrs Elias and Jimmy Flanery took their logs on the last tide and sold at Irvine They r port the market lowMr John D Smith who has been in Hamilton 0 for some time is expected home soon Messrs Milton Farley Thos An derson Hayes Meeco and families have moved into their tents near tbo 4tave mill which Is expected to rev sume work soon Miss Bltba and matter Ho will see that the pup IntaoIus ho can make them Every pupil should have his own dally program made out and tho teacher would do well to see that this Is done He may lake a class at a time for the arrangement Thus provided they will bo much more likely to bo on time in the morning and bo attentive to business thru out tho day This will give them a better idna of the value of tlmo and the neces sity of economizing It If they fall to do tho work of an hour it will appear In the recitation whero the loss maybe pointed out so that they may bt conscious of It There will be no time to make it up in school because every moment is provided for The making up must bo done either tIplay tlmo or at home It must not be expected that chil dren will fall in such a habit at once Young and older will occas ionally lapse Into play when they should work It will take Line upon line precept upon precept hero a lit tlo and thero a little of instruction patience kindness and will power on the part ol the teacher but progr M will be made and gradually tho school will become a busy workshop every thing moving forward quietly and harmoniously with the order and pro clslon of machinery Such a school presents one of the most beautiful sights in tho world and the pupils- will be or much delighted with It as the teacher 2 RULES AND REGULATIONS Sufficient Instruction on this subject has been given under the tame topic in Chapter II It should be ro read at this point Bennie Holcomb vliitod relatives at the mouth of Pond Creek Saturday and Sunday of last weekThe res idence vacated by Mr Anco Peters family on the farm now owned by Dr J A Mahaffoy Ja now occupied by Mr C C Eaton OHIOLETTER Hamilton 0 April 18 Owing to the continued wet weather farmers and gardeners in this locality have been unable to do but very littl- eworkThe piospecta are very prom ising for a splendid fruit crop prov ided the frost does not kill itMr Granvll Johnson returned home last week from quite an extended visit In Jackson County Kentucky with his health much tmprovedA J Gabbard of Travelers Rest Owsley Co Ky who has been working In Hamilton for over two years left last Wednesday for Oklahoma and possibly other points west where he hopes to Improve his declining health Mr Preston Cole has ra covered sufficiently to enable him to return to his usual work in the C C Paper Co Special Easter ser vices and music will bo held in many of the Hamilton churchesRev 8 D Hiley pastor of the First Baptist church will lecture at the Y M C A Sunday afternoon Easter Sun day on Tho Resurrection Enoch Iihnton has returned from n trip out west He was in Oklahoma City Okla San Antonio Tex and other western cities John Ranfair a papermaker employed by the C C Paper Co was attacked last night near a dark alley by two strikers who knocked him down and then fled down the alley Ralnfalr jumped to his feet and pulling his revolver fired twice in the direction that they ran Some of the strikers of the Paper Makers Union have been arrested at different times for disorder and in timidating employes The now blast furimnco plant of the Hamilton Irln- and Steel Co which Is being built by W n Todd and Co of this city will be ready for use by July Ist rho furance will manufacture pig iron petting the oro from the Lake Sup erior region Greater Hamilton has now became a real tar Almost 1100000 will bE spent by tho local school board during the next two years to give Do children ot the city adequate facilities for securing the very best possible education There will be two now buildings One in tho first ward at a cost cf 57000 and too otter in LIndenwald at a cost of 20000Arbor Day was celebrated by tho schools last week Shrubbery was cot out instead of trees in order to help beautify our city more A tire ng man never ignores a weak crc Thats the highest evidence of strength ATTACK ON BRADLEY From Tho Lexington Leader The oxFederal officeholders now holding officer la or under the State aduilnlitrsilon who are going up and down tho highways reading Federal officeholders out of the party be cause seine of to latter are Bunyori Ing Secretary Tat Instead of Vice President Fairbanks for President seeks to justify their tirade by charg ing that the editor of the Lender who holdn a Federal office did ev erything In his power to prevent the election of Governor Bradley to tho United States Senate The Leader is alone responsible for its utterances and its editor Is tho only Federal office holder who may rightly be called to account for what It may have said about tho Senatorial contest or may now say about I conditions generally It follows U own Judgment and sense of IutI and attacks upon Federal officeholders as a class because of its atti tude nre wholly gratuitous and out ot place Tho Loader did not do everything In Its power to prevent Gov Brad leys election as Senator On the contrary it did everything it could honorably do to elect him and balked only when It was proposed to sacrifice party honor by strangling tho Coun ty Unit bill to which tho Republicans unreservedly committed themselves In State convention and to abandon In advance every political reform to which tho Republican party looked forward In the event of success nt the polls last November Tho Leader believed that the vase ago of laws giving Kentucky an Ideal registration and election system a fair division of the State Into Con gressional Senatorial Representative and Judical districts nonpartlslan control ol prisons asylums and char Itablo institutions generally was of vastly greater concern to the Cota monwealth nnd to the Republican party than the election of a United States Senator Wu had done every thing in our power to secure th election of two more members atf tho General Assembly from Fayottc County and others In adjoining count los who would have given the Rep ublicans a majority on Joint ballot We had exploited Governor Bradley meetings and speeches upon tho moet extensive scale and had been thanked by that gentleman for the consideration given him We looked upon him as practically the Republican Senator ial nominee and no man In Kentucky gave him and the cause more loyal or generous support financially an1 personally to say nothing of the work of tho Leader No one was more sorely disappointed than the editor of the Leader when it was found that thh General Assembly was Democratic on joint ballot and that Governor Bradley could not be elect ed to tho United States Senate by Republican voles Tho election of Mr Willson IA Governor with a closely divided Leg Islaturo was followed by such a wave of good feeling in Kentucky that there was c widespread belief that the time was ripe for an agreement of both parties on legislation looking to better political conditions Itsan open secret that Governor Wlllson planned to call a conference of lead- Ing Republicans Democrats and d dependents to assemble in Frankfort soon after his inauguration to con sider with him the preparation of en tirely new registration election and redistricting laws that should be absolutely fair and acceptable to all parties and there is reason to believe that tho best sentiment of the State would have approved such non partisan inltatlve and would have given support to measures agreed upon in such a conference On the night before the inaugurat ion of Mr Wlllson the socalled con test committee which was managing Governor Brcdleya campaign called a secret caucus ot all tho Republican members of the General Assembly then in Frankfort nnd put through this rump and unauthorized body resolutions declaring for Bradley for Senator and binding the Republicans to caucus and vote as a unit on all measures of a political character This caucus was the turning point in the movement for nonpartisan leg islation and destroyed all chance of securing fair registration election and redistricting laws under Gover nor Wlllsons administration Tho Democratic press took up these blundering resolutions and denounced tho insincerity of tho Republican minority In appealing to the Democrats who were in tho majority in both houses to lay aside partisan feeling to pass nonpartisan laws and at the same resolving to caucus vote as a unit and make every pollUcial measure e party question Majority parties can afford to draw strict party lines on every question but minority parties defeat their own purposes by such courses At this stage of till polltlclil game the Leader entered tho protest against bad leadership In Kentucky for which it has boon read out ot the Repub Lean party by former Federal office holders now holding State offices It denounced tho rump caucus as a pol Itlclal blundei and warned tho Bradley Senatorial managers that they were destroying all hope of nonpartisan legislation during tho Willson admin istration Wo said then and wo repeat It now that we should have been will- Ing to see oven Governor Bockham elected to tho Senate by Republican votes If It coula help to secure to Kentucky tho great boon of honest registration nnd election laws and an equitable redistricting of tho State It that was treason to Governor Bradley we are willing to suffer the penalty It was certainly not treason to the Commonwealth ot Kentucky or tho Republican party Tho election of Governor Bradley to the United States Senate by nn unholy aMIancc was accomplished by tho sacrifice of every hope of secur ing nonpartisan registration election and redistricting laws and by the practical repudiation of the Ropubl can platform declaration In favor ol a uniform County Unit bill and it hat wrecked Coy Wlllsons adminis tration no far as constructive polltlclal legislation Is concerned and opened tho way for the rohabllatlon of Governor Beckham on a temperance platform The United States Senatorshlp was not worth the prlco tho Republicans of Kentucky paid for It ands believe the day will come when tho election of Senator Bradley will lo looked upon as a party calamity TALK BY FOREST EXPERT Mr Knee A Mills an expert for ester employed by the U S Government was in Bereft last Friday and spoke before the students on tho Importance of careful and scientific UM of forests Ha hoe spent twenty years ot hit life ou of doors undying trees nnd their uses and his lecture was one of tho most Interesting hoard hero in several weeks Tbo Citizen is sorry thit It cannot print it all but fools that oven the llttlo that can bo printed will bo of great value Mr Mills first spoke of the great value of trees and the Immense num ber of things that are made from them and the number of theIr pro ducts that are uied The demands on forests are constantly growing larger while tho number ot trees If rapidly growing less and If the pros ont rate IB kept up thorn will be no foiesta ieft after about twenty years more At that time tress will bo of immcnto value and they will be more and more valublu all tho time till then So that just for the value of the wood It will pay every man who has a little standing timber to hold on to It as long as ho can and trot the bigger prlco that will come pretty soon Already we can feel this bigger price coming on and now In spite of the slump slnco the hard times came trees are much more valu able than even five years ago And trees are a crop that it takes a longtime to grow so the forests that ore cut now can nct be replaced even in our chlldrens lima But Mr Mills went on forests do a great deal of good where they stand In the first place they resist quick tangos in tho weather nnd if two thirds of a 100 acre farm is In forests there will bo much less danger of frost and other weather troubles on tho rest of It Aso trees prevent tho soil from washing away In hill countries whore the forests have nil been cut off the soil washes away and away and pretty soon the farm ers are seen to nave away too and abandon their farms which have become worthless This is already happening in Vermont nnd Now Hampshire which were settled a lIt tie earlier than Kentucky and will happen hero too If we do not take better caro of our forests Another thing tho trees do is 1o enrich tho soil Their roots break up the stones and really mako soil so that tht usablo land grows deeper and deeper under thorn Their leaves absorb poisonous gases from tha air nnd so inaka tho regions whore they aro healthier ard their roots M tho sane way take up the poisons out of the earth Their leaves act na filters and make tho forest water the purest on earth Another great good of tho forests is to prevent sudden floods and keep up a steady flow ot water the year round Every body knows how the water stays under trees and how quickly it runs off from tho cleared land It is the quick draining water that makes the floods and the more forest thero is in a region the less likely are floods Mr Mills told of the growing in terest in forestry all over the country and how railroads and other big com panics that use wood are growing trees themselves sad also how the different stoics as well as tho UtK Government are buying in forest lauds und saving them for tho good ot tho country and ho said that there Is n great need for men who have bean trained to save forests nnd to make them grow most profitably There are plenty of good openings for that kind of young men ho said U rood wages and with good pros pects BEREAS HONOR STUDENTS Ires Frost announced In ChnlldlI last Friday the names of the honor students in llcrca for the Winter term They are as follows COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT Seniors Howard It Clark Madison 0 Borca Esther D Favlllo Norfolk Va Charles M Fulkerson Xcnln 0 Bceslo M Hays Speedwell SllfellI Sophoniorcs Carl S Kirk Iniw Martin Co- 1r08hl11enlthan F Ambrose Conkllng Owsloy Amy BrldRoman Northhniupton Mo sVlola F Click Korby Knob Jackson Co Anna L Frey Llnny Casey Co Alfred Meejo Boston OFred 13 Perry Lolpslc OAlwln D Todd Itoroa Woathan ton Mae rhemaa G Hoffman Lolpslc O- ACADRM1C DUlARTMENT Preparatory Acad Ill Oscar ClarK Major Owsley Co- Iropnratory Aced II Nellie Cos Paint Rock Ala James M Early Beioa Shirley III Samuel W Grnthwoll Cincinnati 0 Preparatory Acad I Jennie Ulllott Humpbfor Gassy Co Lucy Holll day Hasan Perry Ulllan New comer lisp Kane Hush White Unrnlniz Springs Cloy General Aixid lilotman Adams Jcnctlon City Boyle Woodion 8 Baldwin Baldwin llodhwn Harry Qrolnser Flelchor Mo Vincent Grainger Fletcher Mo CommercInJ Acad I Jamas Dooley Withers Hockoastla Farmers Aced IWalter Roborn BurhBldo Puloibl NORMAL DBPARTMBNT Third Your Anna Hntflold Stan ford Lincoln DUlard McGuire Omer Morsnn Winnie Moore Station Camp IteUIl George Sparks Eve grOIn Jackson Margaret Moron Clover Bottom Jackson Second Your Clnudo Anderson Conkllng Owsloy Mnyroo Curry Hopewcll Grcenup Isaac usher Conkllng Owsloy Joseph Meadows Torrent Wolfe First Year Bcssla Debord Walnut Grove PuUukl Samuel McGuire Ebon Morgan Bcrtlo Robinson Gauley Rockcastle Special JIlBon S Pcnlx Balyors vllle Magoffln MODEL SCHOOLS 8 Sr IJoseph Coyle Jcrtks Es till Martin Jones Wild Ie Rockcastle Virgil Steenrod Sidney 0 Minerva Cornelius Isaacs Jackson 8 Sr IH Jennie Gooch Beir Wallow Madison Oscar Judd Levi Owiley 7 Sr fMary Kerby Kerby Knob Jackson Myrtle Winkler Richmond Madison Bradley Robinson Gauley RockcastleC Brewer Cartcrsvtllc Garrard Edward East lull Springs Wayne Margaret Hogg Markibury Garrard Mattlo McGuire Boone Rockcastle Hattie Wilson Sturgeon Owsley PROFITABLE FORESTRY Continued from Flat raKe less In their natural state can eas ily bo tented and made to outlast oven painted shingles of the most de cayrcslstant woods Thousands ofI dollars ore loft every year by called bluing ol freshly sawed sapI wood lumber This can bo prevented by proper treatment and at a cost so smal as to put it within tho reach of the smallest operator In the South the cheap and abun dant loblolly pine one of the easiest of all woods to treat cat by proper preparation be made to take tho place of tho hlshgrodo long lent pine for many purposes Black nnd tupelo gums and other Httleuted woods have a new and Increasing importance because of tho possibility of preserv- Ing them from Cccar at a small coat In the Nothca tern and Lake States are tamarack hemlock beech birch and maph and too red and black oak all of which by proper treatment may help to replace tho fast dlmlsWns white oak and cedar In tho States of the Mississippi Valley tho press- Ing fencepost problem may be greatly relieved by treating such spec- Ies as cotton wood willow and hack berryCircular 139 ot the Forest Service MA Primer of Wood Preservation tells In simple terms what decay Is and how It can bo retarded describes briefly certain preacrvrtlvo processes gives examples ot the saving in dollars and cents nnd tells what wood preservation can do In tho future Tho circular can bo had freo upon application to the Forester Forcrt Service Washington D C THE MARKET Bcroa Prices Eggs per dozenlIe Butter per lb1523o Potatoes Irsh per bu1OO Apples per bj3 00 Bacon per lbl0lluHam Ilerlb12Hlc- 11rd per IbloChickens oa foot per lb lOc Chickens dressed pr lb 123e Live Stock Louisville April 22 1905 Choice export steers C OO G GO Light shipping steers 5 CO G CO Choice butcher steers 5 25 G to Medium butcher ulcers 4 TC G f6 Common butcher steers 4 X 4 7G Choice butcher heifers 4 7C 51G Medium butcher heifers 400 4 iG Common bitrher heifers 3 CO I 10 Choice butohtr cows 4 00 4 tyMedium butcher cowt 3 50 t i Common butol er cows 2 70 3 ro Canners 1 2G 4 i0 Choice fat oxen 4 CO ti GO Medium oxen 3 00 4 25 Choice bulls 3 CO 1 2G Medium bulls Z 7G I tO Common bulls 225 2 75 Choice veal calves C CO G 00 Medium vial calves 4 00 6 CO Common calves 2 CO 3rO Good feeders 4 CO Ii GO Medium feeders 4 00 I ro Common feeders 3 C- OClioieo 4 0 took ulcers 4 00 4 tt Medium stock steers 3 10 4 PO Common stone steers 3 00 s tJ Choice stock heifers 3G 3 76 Medium stock heifers 2 75 325 Common mixed stockers Z 75 3G- Choice milch cows 35 00 45 00 Medium mlloh oows 36 00 35 00 Common milch cows II 00 20 01 goes Choice packers and butchers atO to a00 Its C U6 Medium packers nnd butchers 100 to 900 the CO6 Choleo Jilsa 90130 the 47 I 00 LSbt pigs 8000 lbs 3 W 4 00 LfLt shippers 130100 lbs E 40 8 M Roughs 110400 Ibs 2 60 6 10 Incur Choco tat sheep 100 6 M toIBucks 2 00 400 Choice lambs C CO G 00 Good butcher lambs C 00 C 60 Culls aud tAllcnds 4 00 5 00 MESS PORK J9 C- OHAMB Choler sugar cured lljht and special cure Hlltfe heavy to medium 11 to HKc- SHOULDERS V4c per Ib BACON Cle4r rit sldoo 8ic reg ular clear sides SJic breakfast bacon 14Hc sugar cured skealders Inc ba con extra IUc bellies light lie lea T llaLAItDPrin sUaa la UwMtlfcc pure leaf in tierCM lie la tube lOKe DRIED BEEF IZo EGGS Coze count 13o per dot candled 140- I1UTTER17e per lb POULTRY Spring chickens small 1525c per lb large ICc hens 12c ducks 11c- WIIEATNo 2 05c No3 93c CORN No 3 white jOe NoAmixed 70c 1 OATSNew No3 while 5lc No 3 mixed C2c RYE No 2 Northern 91c No 3 Northern SSc STARS ON COINS AND FLAG Little Heraldry Lore Shown In the Five and Six Points Tho stars on tho great seal and the seal of the president of tho United States aro nvopolntcd while on tho tepreaontotveethey tho obverse of the present half and quarter dollar are flvopolntcd The reverse of tho present half and quar ter dollar Is a copy of tho great seal except that tho clouds aro omitted It Is evident that heraldry has not taken n very strong hold In these matters In tho United States therefore It Is sot in tho power of anyone to say without a doubt why tho difference iq the stars on the flag and the coins So till as Is known with the exception of tho reverse of the present half and quarter dollar tho stars on American coins aro copied from the colonial coins which were no doubt mado after the manner of English heraldry while tho flag was made up after tho design of Washingtons coal of arms containing three fivepointed start Growth of Japans Prosperity In three years the cold circulation of the Dank ot Japan has increased 15000000 the silver circulation 14000 000 while tho note circulation has only Increased by 8500000 SQuADRON OF ELEVEN WARSHIPS TO SAIL FOR ASIA MINOR AND HOLD NAVAL SHOW AGAINST THE TURKS WILL OCCUPY SMALL ISLAND IF NECESSARY Veteelt Will Carry Seven Thousand Men and Five Hundred Big CunlI Difficulty Between Nations Arises Out of Installation of Postoffiset Rome April OAn Italian squad ron under command ot Adm P Grcuoi will set out probably Monday for the jiurpoao of making a demonstration In TurktMi wutorn Tho squadron com lirlsra 11 warships and Includes the ImttlcMilp Regina Elena commanded by tlio Duke ot Abruzl Eight do Ktroyurr will accompany tho squadron Altogether the vessels will carry more than 7000 men nnd about 500 big guns end flirtr objective will bo Asia Minor aotno 709 miles away It tern bean decided It It Is deemed teenflury also to occupy a small atuland off that const but It Is bop- eJokra that Turkey mny see tho error ol her ror and glvo full satisfaction to that more onorgctlo measures may be Avoided DliucnKy between the two natlont arises out of tho refusal ot the Turkish government to permit tho Installation ut Iti tan poatolTlcos in Turkish terri tory vtrftu at tho same time other for sign mticmi have established and arc londrrdiiiK poutollkes there without In f trfcrc arc Wlfli rcRunl to this however the TiirkWh nnilKiSBndor In Roma has 1olntPd ont In an Interview that hla government has In no Instance grant it to Ow countries in question sucks privilege nttbouRh It has tolerated tho posrtofllecf which they have main tained For years it has been felt In ROV crnnxmt circles that Turkey has been taking Advantage of the International nil nation to net In a highhanded man Parr toward Italians showing but little rmincct tot Italian rights Tho government it Is tinted hat ltrn tndutguut not wishing to cause oompTlonUona which might endanger the accord of tho powers with regard to tho Ottoman or tho Italian prou leads In addition there has been much op IKMlllon on tho part of Turkey to at IKMicorut Italian Initiative In Tripoli and tnoitrra reached n climax whoa Italy asked permission to open post ortlces hi Turkish territory where other poworn already wore Mtnbllih f dDnd met with what Is considered l r the ndmlnltratlon bore unjustifiable rrftmat for besides being an acquired tight Holy confident that she Is en titled to claim It according to treads Itetwcun tho two countries granting her tho privileges of the most favored nation MADMAN SHOT After He Had Killed Three Offices and Wounded a Fourth Wnmnwburt Mo April 20Theme men aro dead and another probably fatally wounded as the result of nn at tempt of oral itollco to arrest F O llnwcs im Sunday night Tho deed are James Ryan city mar that Night Watchman Baslmhon and V O Hnwes Tbo wounded Night Watchman It T Pollock I Inwo who was 22 years old the non of a Johnson county farmer who returning to his homo on a Missouri Pacific train Sunday evening from strip to a neighboring town when It It believed bo suddenly lost his mind Ilia actions were noticed by the other vamnEens and tho officers hero were notified When the train arrived at R30 City Marshal Ryan and two night watchmen or tho town were at tho slat lion Hawes got off tho train and III lie did ao the officers attempted to jnako tho arrest Hawes drew a re volvor and began shooting At tho first uhol Marshal Ryan fell dead shut through tho head Other shots follow ed and Ilosbnhan fell dead He wa shot through the lungs Pollock was tho last ono shot and ho received what U hollered to bo a mortal wound In the nbdonion llawcs started to run from tbo scene but was shot and kill ed by rho negro porter of a local hotel Again Seeking thePale WflsWiiRton leap 20The Amer lean government Is to participate In ar international polar congress to bo held next month in Brussels Herbert Ili Brldgmon of Brooklyn w be 1 designated as tho American delegate Tho object of tho congress Is stated tc bo to unite tho nations In planning and tarrying out soma practical Bchome to reach tutu north polo Big Property Lots Colchester III April 20Ilro hors Sunday destroyed 21 buildings In thE I TnislncflB section of tho town Outside assistance was necessary tc mindtia tho flames Thero was no losi ot life Grazes Inundated Waeo Tex April 20The Brazos river hero Is 25 feet deep seven Inches higher than ever recorded Four hundred city blocks are inun dated AUmrt 100 families haVe had U tTl i 10 tmove oC FLOOD LOSS IS MILLIONS TOWN OF CRAIG DESTROYED BY THE HAUSER LAKE DISASTER Broken Dam Certainly Will Be Re builtCity of Great Falls Not In Danger Helena Mont With tho little town of Craig wiped entirely off tho map thousands ot head of cattle and livestock drowned and scores ol valuable ranches greatly damaged tho heat from tho flood caused by tho breaking of tha great 70 foot dam at Ilaust r lake It Is conservatively eat muted will reach several million dol Pars In view however of the contract between tho Helena Power Transmis sion company owners of tho dam and tho Wisconsin Bridge and Iron com pony of Milwaukee tho latter com pony It Is said will be liable for all damage resulting from tho flood After making n careful examination of tho dam alto Wednesday since tho water receded A H Gerry Jr gen eral manager Is of tho opinion that the wrecked structure can bo rebuilt at a cost of probably less than 250 000 That tho dam will bo rebuilt at once and tho construction of tbo third dam at Wolf creek which was ap proved by Secretary of War Tart will not bo delayed is assured by a tele gram received In lIelena from former Gov Samuel T Hauscr president of tho Helena Power Transmission com puny who Is now In Now York Tho indications are that tho water has receded sufficiently to prevent any great damage at Great Falls Every precaution has been taken to protect tho Boston nod Montana smelter which Is situated on tho river banks at Great Falls and It Is now believed that the plant will not suffer from the flood waters Butte MonL Great Northern Acent Stewart of Wolf creek ro ports to the local office that the track from Wolf creek cast as far as ho can nee Is flooded to a depth of three feet and that for three miles or moro it Is completely washed out It Is figured conservatively that for at least 20 days no trains can go over the line BACON MAY SUCCEED TAFT Secretary of War Wishes to Retire About July 1 Next Boston The Intimate personal friends of Assistant Secretary of State Bacon formerly of Boston have received Information which leads them to believe that Mr Bacon will become secretary of war about July 1 Robert Bacon next succeeding Secretary Taft whc Is understood to bo desirous ot retir lag from tho cabinet at that time Tho determination of Secretary Taft to retire Is said to bo quite definite nnd is understood not to be dependent upon tho outcome of the national conS vention BAD FLOODS IN SOUTHWEST Rivers In Texas and Arkansas Doing Great Damage Fort Worth Tex Clear Fork and West Fork are raging tor rents and tho water Is the highest for 20 years One man lost his Ufo In Clear Fork In sight ot cltlxcns who wero unable to rescue him People are leaving lowlands for higher ground and several had narrow escapes from drowningLittle Rock Ark Reports from tho lower Arkansas river say the levees aro breaking In many places on account ot high water A mes sage received hero from tho peni tentiary told of a break In the levee above the state farm Hundreds of convicts rushed to tho break and aided in closing It The levees opposite tho farm will have to bo cut In order to save them Society Girls at Firemen Baltimore MdCarrying buckets of water across the sloping root of Miss Marie B Rogers handsome country residence near Rogers Station Misses Mary and Fanny Dryly and Mildred Dulany three young society women of Baltimore Friday held in chock for an hour a fire which had broken out near uiay Wlinnthnflro companies arrived tho hlazo was extinguished after the rear part of tho house had been badly damaged Tho Misses flay ly aro nieces of Miss Rogers ana Miss Dulany is their guest Iowa Jurist It Dead Boone laJudgo David R Hind man aged 74 ten years on the bench of tho Eleventh judicial district a well known lawyer and Jurist died Krlday as a result ot tho bursting of a blood vessel Drainage Scheme Knocked Out Madison WlsTho supremo court Friday handed down a decision which In effect makes Impossible tho forming of a drainage system out of 3500- 0acrepoflsitd know aft thej1orlcgd Marsh MISSING CROOK ROBS BANK ESCAPED CONVICT LOOTS BANK AT CHAUTAUQUA KAN Bandits Secure 3000 and Depart for Osage Hlllt with Posse In Pur tult One It Recognized Cotreyvlllo KanTwo men en tered tho Citizens bank at Chau tauqun 25 miles west of Coffeyville Friday and after forcing Cashier C C Wallerhouse and Del Easlcy a bust ness man to enter the vault locked them In secured all tho currency In sight amounting to about 3000 and escaped Into tho Osago hills across tho lino in Oklahoma Four posses started In pursuit and as the roads were muddy It was believed the robbers would be captured The robbers secured but holt an hours start The robbery was ono ot the most daring over executed In this part of Kansas tho scene of many daring holdups on tho part of the Dalton Starr and other gangs of outlaws who from time to time have mado their rendezvous In tho mountainous coun try of nearby Oklahoma Cashier Waltertiouso had scarcely opened tho bank at Chautauqua In tho morning and placed his currency on the counter ready for tho days business when tho two robbers entered Tho only other person In the place was Del Easloy Tho robbers both of them well dressed mado their way leisurely to the cashiers window Ono of them was a man well known about town and when ho commanded Walterhouso and Easloy to throw up their hands tho latter two took tho matter In tho light of a joke The serious Intentions of the robbers were realized a moment later however whoa they both drew revolvers and pointing them at their victims or dered them to get into tho vault Without further ado Walterhouso and Easley complied The robbers quick ly Bliitnmod the door shut nnd then leisurely went about their business of Cashier Walterhouse utated positive ly that one of the robbers was William Tenant aged 23 years formerly of Chautauqua and who recently escaped from jail at Nowata Okla where he was being held on a charge of horse stealing Tenant some time ago borrowed a small sum of money from the bank and Mr Walterhouso said that when Tenant entered tho bank Friday ho supposed ho had como to renew tho note or to take it up MINNESOTA SOLID FOR TAFT Republican Convention Instructs for the Secretary of War Minneapolis Minn Tho Minnesota Republican state convention Thursday elected four delegates at large to the national convention at Chicago and Instructed them to vote for tho nomi nation of Secretary of War Taft until lie Is selected by tho convention rho action ot tho convention In sures that the 22 votes of Minnesota In tho national convention will be cast- or tho secretary of war as all tho 18 district delegates ard under Taft In structions Theater Panic Averted Saginaw Mich Tho Bijou vaudo vlllo theater hero was emptied In twq minutes Friday night without a panic when the building was filled with dense smoke from tho explosion of a gasoline lighting plant In an adjoining building Flames were leaping CO feet In tho air as the audience emerged from the theater but cool heads prevailed and tho exits wero kept clear Killed by a Copper Cent Laporte IndA largo copper cent swallowed 60 years ago caused the death Friday ot James Hucklns 67 years old a farmer The coin became encased In the lining of his stomach Recently an abscess formed and poi Boning ensued Two Little Girls Cremated Worthington IndTwo little daughters of William M Watts were cro mated Friday evening In a barn by a blaze they started while playing They lived two miles north of town CLAPP IS MADE CROW CHIEF MInnesota Senator Honored by Montana Indians Washington Senator Clapp of Minnesota chairman of tho committ- eD on Indian affairs Is now a Heap Big Indian chief of tho Crow tribe He was given a great surprise Thursday by Chief Plenty Coos and his fellowtribesmen who have been witnesses before tho Indian committee for the past three weeks Tho chief marched into the committee room at the head of the band and through an Interpreter phlegmatically informed the senator that the treatment that had been accorded the Indians was highly appreciated and that an Appro palate gift was due the white chief of the committee Chief Plenty Coos then took from ono of his followers a hugo war bonnet which bad been the chiefs Insignia of rank and worn by him whenever ho went Into battle Ho sold that ho was now n man of peace and that the bonnet was of less value to him on the reservation than It would be to the senator In congress and therefore ho wanted tho senator to take 1L- Senator Clapp was completely flabbergasted according td his own de scription ot his emotions Ho took the war bonnet and thanked the chief The decoration would create a sen saUon In the senate chamber If the senator should decide to wear It there It Is mado of eagle feathers a band of which goes entirely around tha head and droops almost to tho feet Plenty Coos and his band started their reservation homo in Mon tana Fridayq FUN FOR FLEET CREWS Men from Battleships Have Gay Day- J at San Diego San Diego Cal After two days of pageantry on sea and land there was a restful lull In San Diegos cel eVrntlon in honor of tho American of the officers including Rear Ad mral Thomas were entertained at a picnic some 30 miles in the country Boat races on tho bay during tho nldrnlns a baseball gamo In the after neon tree lemonade and fruit horseback rides trolley excursions nnd sightseeing tours occupied tho atten tion of the 2000 sailors who came ashore on liberty All of tho 1C vessels of tho fleet at anchorage oft Coronado were thrown open to visitors from ten a m to five p m and tho excursion launches run ning out to sea had all they could dot handle tho Interested throngs At night there wero fireworks Attacks Grain Dealers Lincoln Neb Complaint was filed with Attorney General Thomp son Tuesday against tho Nebraska Grain Dealers association alleging that It is a trust and as such Is trying to drive independent dealers qut of business Tho complainant is p F Godown secretary of the Beaver Danburyecho I ciation in an effort to deprive him of business are paying several cents more for grain at Danbury than tho market prices and much more than they pay at their elevators In other towns whore they havo no competi tion I Stampede of Elephants Los Angeles CalAn explosion and fire at the Standard Oil com panys plant at Riverside Thursday afternoon caused a stampede of elephants belonging to a circus result Ing In one person being killed another fatally injured and several Injured The elephants ore at large 1Paltor CommltliSulcldeI Woodbury N JRev George W Tomson pastor of the Woodbury Presbyterian church committed sui cide Friday and subsequent develop rents Involved the names of at least three women ot this place Senator La Follette Better Washlngt n Senator La Follette of Wisconsin who has been conned to bin roost for two weeks by Illness Is much Improved and expects to b- In attendants upon the sessions ol the senate In a few days I Round About the State DifferentOrb W jYOUTSEY HAS HOPES But His Friends Are Doing Nothing Toward Getting a Pardon Frankfort Ky Whllo tho attorneys for Caleb Powers and Jim Howard arc endeavoring to Induce Gov Wlllson to pardon their clients no effort la being made by attorneys or the friends of Henry Youtsey tp secure a pardon for him Youtsey however has hopes equal to those of Powers and Howard that ho will not spend tho remainder of his days behind tho walls of tho penitentiary although ho has been sentenced for life for the part he took in tho assassination of Gay William Goebel Tho whole purpose of tho argument on the application of tho pardon for Powers and Howard It Is said Is to lay tho entire conspiracy which re suited In tbo assassination of Goebel upon Youtsey So far as Is learned no application for a pardon has been made by Youtsey to Gov Willson However Youtsoy stands for a parole us the statutes provide that after a convict has served five years and has made a good record ho Is entitled ton parole Youtsey has been in prison seven years nine months and three days and so far ho has never been reported to tho prison officials for mis behavior Youtsey said when asked It ho intended tb make an application for a pardon that his case was entire ly In tho hands of his friends and his attornoys HEIRS OF DEAD PRISONER Who Picked Up Live Electric Wire Ask Heavy Damages Frankfort Ky Because Wm Da viII a convict sent to the penitentiary hero from Louisville picked up a live wire belonging to tho Capital Gas and Electric Co and was killed his estate may get 25000 as the suit against tho company for that sum la scheduled to begin hero April 27 Davis was sent from Louisville to tho penitentiary on the charge of car breaking and bad been In the peniten tiary but a short time when ho picked up tho wire in front of the prison one day and was killed The case was to bo heard this week but owing to tho most Important wit nesses being absent tho trial had to bo postponed until April 27 and an or der was entered to have certain witnesses brought hero at that time Tho witnesses aro J J White of Campbell county Uell Button of Old ham county Copt Lynn of Lincoln county Chas C Avcrdlck of Ken ton county and John Hunter of Ohio county Discharged Men Hold Up Street Car Louisville KyDischarged from tho service of tho Loulsvlllo Railway Co on April 9 Georgo Griffiths and Gcorgo S Rlckerson held up a Bar rent avenue car at tho end of tho line and took watches and 19 from tho crew Policeman Lammers passed the men on the street and becoming suspicious of them retracted his steps Griffiths fired at Lammcrs four Umes and the policeman returned it five times Both men were captured Sheriffs Wife Guarded Prisoner Frankfort KyIn bringing Logan Slglmorc of Perry county sentenced to 21 years for killing James Stacy Sheriff Mack Evcrsole was compelled to make tho trip from Hazard to Jack son on a raft and his wife guarded tho prisoner while ho piloted the craft Hotel Men Meet Lexington yThc Kentucky Ho tel association held its first annual meeting here Mayor Sltaln delivered on address of welcome Speeches were made by H D Daugherty Mays vllle and W W Lowery secretary of the Indiana Hotel association Board Contracts Opposed Frankfort Ky Insurance Commis sioner Boll iu written opinion decid ed that board contracts or special contracts Issued by life Insurance companies are against public policy mid the writing of such policies in Kentucky must cease IShoots Off Side of Head Ky Lonnlo Hicks aged 42 years shot and killed himself at his homo near here Ho said that be was tired of living JIo picked up a rhotgun held the muzzle to his head and pulled the trigger Tho side of his head was lama away A Warning From Night Riders Science Hill KyW M Lowery agent for a local fertilizer company nnd who sells to planters throughout the white burley district received the following letter Mr Lowery You tire hereby ordered not to sell anymore fertilizer Riders IPrlloner Pardoned Frankfort KyGov Willson par doned Tandy Martin of Knott county sent to the penitentiary for 10 years for killing J J Amburgy in 1906 Martin Is an undo of Senator H H Smith of HIndman who secured tho pardon IlIsrd Malls To Defraud Franklin KyBud Turner of this city was arrested charged with having used the malls for fraudulent purposes Turner ordered a pistol from a Chlca ro company giving In payments it Is said a worthless check for 1750 WILLSON HEARS APPLICATION For Powers PardonAttorneys De clare Records Show Him Innocent Frankfort KyfGov Wlllcon began formal hearing of tho applications of Caleb Powers and James B Howard made through attorneys for pardons for alleged complicity In the assas sination of Coy William Cache eight years ago- Attorneys for Powers aro urging tha exercise of executive clemency In his behalf on three principal grounds First That ho was denied ball after his last trial when there was a hung jurySecondThat tho record shows he Is Innocent of the chargo agalnct him ThirdThat as tho law now stands it Is Impossible for him ever to get a fair and impartial trial beforo a fair and impartial jury- Commonwealths Attorney Franklin who prosecuted all of tho Gocbol cases Is strongly resisting tho effort of peti tioners on tho ground that tho ovi denco at all the trials was overwhelm Ingly convincing that both men en tered into conspiracy to causa Goo bets assassination Petitions said to be signed by five hundred thousand names from all parts of tho United States urging tho gov ernor to pardon Powers are flied In tho executive office OPPOSES POWERS PARDON Brother of Slain Senator Declares Youtsey Should Have Been Hanged Frankfort Ky Arthur Coebel ol Cincinnati brother of William Goebel made his appearance before Gov Wilt son to protest against pardons being granted to Caleb Powers nnd Jim HowardGoebel declared It a disgrace that Henry Youtsey who confessed his part in the conspiracy with Powers How IUd and others bad not been banged and tho others too He closed with a plea fo tho governor to let tho law take its conrse bring- Ing tears to the eyes of ninny when ho said There are those many in number and many have said it to mo even though Powers is guilty ho has suf feted enough and should be pardoned That is mercy It this Is to bo a question of mercy I ask you to listen to tho requiem of tho winds which chant over the grave of William Goebel and to consider that his Ufo and liberty wero as dear to him as theirs Is to them Three Counties Raised Frankfort KyTho slate board of equalization tdok final action on tho assessment of the counUes that fol low Increased Monroe 5 per cent Carroll E per cent Powell 5 per cent Tho assessments of Graves Plko and Woodford counties were permitted to stand as made by tho county assessor Killed In a Runaway Lexington KyA telegram an nouncing that James N Mathews had been killed In a runaway accident at Huntsvllle Ala was received by Col John T Shelby Mr Mathews and Miss Fanny Shelby daughter of Thos H Shelby wore married in Loulsvllla early last February A Probable Murder Rockport KyIt Is reported hero from Dundo that Estll St Clair the young man whoso body was found floating in Rough river was murdered instead of being accidentally drowned The parents of tho murdered man have offered a reward of 500 In an effort to run down tho perpetrators A Baptist Paper Trust Louisville KyFor the purpose of taking over all tho Baptist papers in the state the Baptist World Publish ing Co Incorporated hero for 50000 Tho Baptist Argus and other papers will be absorbed and ono big weekly and perhaps a dally issued from this city One Wounded In Pistol Fight Jackson KyIn a pistol fight bOo tween Bill Bally on ono side and Geo Hays and Magistrate Hurst a Breath Itt county justice ot the peace on the ether side near Hursts store at Wll hurst Daily was fatally wounded The trouble was over a woman ft Is said Woman Arrested Augusta KyMrs Alf Murphy of BrooksvlIIe was arrested here by Deputy Sheriff Wm Smarr ona warrant charging her with attempting to poison tho family of Charles Cotty colored of Brooksville Big Hemp Blaze Frankfort KyA spark from an en glno set fire to Souths warehouse Elys carriage factory also was badly damaged Over 40000 pounds of hemp belonging to tho Kentucky River hemp mills was destroyed Loss 6000 Aged Seeks Divorce Paducah KyO W Phelps CO for merly of Graves county but now a res ident of Marshall county has brought suit In tho Graves circuit court againU his wile Lilllo May Phelps 17 for di vorce Ho alleges abandonment Iron Mills Open Lexington KyRose Run Iron mills In Bath county have resumed work About two hundred moo many of whom had spent their last dollar since the buspenslon have seen given employment 4lJ JI Mr aIEL tilI iI East Kentucky Correspondence I C i News You Get Nowhere Else i c hamUo boot for pBblleaWci kit as II trlline H co d p Q oteooAotiaeoosoYoooece0otieeelioMADISON COUNTY UMI1ACKTO- NWallactlon April 20Rov Smit who was suffering with cold nnd hoarseness tho pact week was nble to fill lila appointment here Saturda and Sunday Mrc Henry Lawson of Berea spent last week with relat- Ives bore Miss Margaret Wallace of Berea visited Mss Lucy Colo froa Friday till Sunday Mlsa T Jl Smith Is able to be around noy altho she Is very weak Miss Inry Bowlln visited homo folks Iron Thursday till Sunday Mr John Al- Ien and wife who have been working at East Bernstadt tho past month on expected llama Friday Louis the In fant baby of Mr and Mrs H Collins la very sick at this writing MUi Laura Dales of Berea visited friend hire Saturday and Sunday Louis and Grace Baker and Mr Howard Gamble visited J A Bakers Satur day and Sunday Mies Annie B Bal lard of Paint Lick vlclted Mr Jade Ktdds SundayStella Baker spent Saturday night wlia Mfcs Sarah Law sonMr Coleman Gentrys of near Paint Lick visited Mr Llhu Blcknell and family Sunday Rev Smith Is sUit conducting his singing school here with Rooi attendance Every body Invited to attend- WHITLEY COUNTY- Count Corbin April 20Miss Maggie Larson of this city Is very 111 being over heated while working at the L and N Y M C A Monday last Willie Dunagan vhllp coming from work Friday fell from a horse and was pretty badly hurt Thea Smith and his brother of Laurel County are visiting their sister this weekW E Coponhaven visited friends at this place Sunday Mr H F Dunagaa went to Grays to church Sunday There was a tine meeting and a large crowdDr Edward Bryant died the 13th of this month aged 76 years 5 months He was among tho oldest men In Whitley County Ho leaven three daughters and two sons to mourn his lossMrs Lucy Wyrlcc and her husband Chas Wyrlck have separated Miss Lucy Moberley has gono home She has been staying with her sister for tho past five months Mr Lackhart lost a fine mule last week Miss Mary Cum mins has gone home to stay for a while Sho lives near Baldrock Lau rel County Ky She has been stay lug with her grandpa for the past five months XMKCASTLE COUNTY- 0oocuLANn Gcochlanu April ISRev Wm Alcorn filled hie regular appointment at Pleasant Hill Sunday A Sun day school has been organized at the Garette schoo house and Is progress ing nicely Hobert Johnson and Wal ter Baker have returned from Ham ilton OW S Jones is agent for the Globo Fertilizer at this place Green Lake of Evergreen passed thru hero Friday or his way to Be rea Stella Fuqua of MU Vernon was in this part the first of the week Joe Drew is having his tan bark peeled this wekKenneth Lunsford Is visiting his parents this week at IjPineGroveThad Drew of Robinett t was In Goochland Friday on business Geo Drat her of Berea was In this part last of week buying cows Uncle Garrette Bowles had an old fashion ed working last Thursday W A and Allle Phillips attended church ft Pine Grove last Sunday Joseph Johnson was the welcome guest of C Sims family Sunday Bert Phillips was In Wlldlo Thursday jiooitr Boone April 18j The Infant child of Mr and Mrs H D Nuckle died Wednesday night and was burled Thursday evening at Fairview lira Nuckle is very low with meas lesMr James Lambert went to Berea Friday The Rev C S Wilson organized a Sabbath School at Conway last Sunday night Mrs Wattle Coyle visited Mrs Nucklo Friday Mrs Margaret Sims who has teen quite ahk Is somewhat better Dr Robinson of Berea Is very busy attending tho sick in this vicinity i M CLIMAX Climax April 20Court at Mt Ver non closed last week after a four weeks termMr and Mrs Pasklo Scott went last Sunday to Berea to take their little daughter Deanle to enter school again Mr Willie For eytho arrived home a few days ago from Hamilton Ohio where he has beenworklng for the last six months Mr Mason Anglln entertained ket 1- t5 I friends Sunday Mrs Minnie Anglln and her son Eddy started for Okla homa City last Saturday to mako their future home Mrs Angllns father went to Paint Lick to see then off We hope they will be happy H their new home OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Island City April 14i Farmers aiv busy putting in their crops at presentThe people of this neigh borhood all have a welcome for Dan iel Bowman who Is now visiting rel atives and friends of this place Andy Baker of Indian Creek Is via king Judge Brewers on Important businessS 0 Fields of this place ias moved to the Sam Howard place at the mouth of Road Run Born to the wife of N W Burch a bouncing girl Brewer Bros have closed their entire stock of goods and moved to their farms on Sturgeon Tho voce of the rcople teems to say J L Isaacs is the man to send to congress Ho is a worthy manJ T Gentry married at West Hampton W Va March 23thMrs Dr Mahaffey vis ited Robert Morris for the past fe- wda1Tle body of Mr Durham who wan drowned fifteen days ago has not been toundJ C Gentry has Just completed his store house nn l has about one thousand dollars worth of goods at tho depot Many peoplI of Owsley county wish for the dom of Caleb Powers Boys sub rlbe for tho Ctzen at once The great campaign Is on hand this fall It will give you all the best news 3f any paper in Kentucky ESTILL COUNTY LOcvzr nUANcn Lrcust Punch uprll 20 James All Serge Suits 1800 Suits cut to 1298 II 1198 44 998 1250 II 898 II II 798 750II II 598 and 500 Shoes cut to 398 4 tt 339 tt II 289 300II 4 II 269 I U 219 200 tt tt 169 Combs was in this vicinity trading last MondayJas Frith who has been employed by It G Bicknell for a year is moving to lion CM Raw to workMr and Mrs II 0 Blcknoll visited Jas L Blcknell Sun Rovls of this place is working for a Cincinnati Cooperage Co at lleldelborgTho people nt this place were much disappointed Sunday as their regular pastpr of the church failed to be heroDr Land was called to see a patient at Rico Station Sunday Some big filh are be ing caught in Red Lck now J GARRARD COUNTY TAINT LICK Paint Lick April 19air Isaac Botktn ol this place but row of Villa Grove Ill Is visiting his father foi about two wet ksMr Lucian Cado ari Miss Laura Bales were tho guests of Mr and Mrs O L Gabbard last night lira Smith was unable to preach last so Bro Creech took nls place Tho wife of Preston Gabbaid died at her hero last Wednes day a week ago She was laid to rest In Cartcrsvlllo cemetery tho next day She leaves her husband and ono child and a host of friends to mourn her loss JACKSON z1cLTy McKee April 20Prof Ralno of rierea College conducted the Bible tots in Sunday school yesterday II gate a very Interesting talk on the leasonjTho Easter cervices bold nl the church at 230 p m were well at tended the house being full to over flowing A special feature of ho TcKolsteIProf Ralno at tho church Sunday evening Stanley Frost of Berea has been stopping at the Mc lee hotel for a day or two The Jackson County Circuit court convene todayDrs Goodman and Morris ot are In town Hon Jas M is a visiting xt the bar Pants Pants cut to 41 tt tt 389 400n ttx39II 298 4t II u 219 200II tt 165 Ladies and u cut to 289 300II 269 250II 44 21 9 150 a II 119 iiucii- iIIuli April 20Mr and Mrs Levi Parks were tho guests of J A Parks SundayMrs Luther Klmbur Um and baby are visiting Mrs Robt Bongo Mr und Mrs Merlin Azblll have moved on the R I Halo pro perty Mrs Robert Bcngo inado o buslnosa trip to Kingston rctunitne with her Misses Lottie and Bessie Powell were at Borea Fri dayMr Barry Sinners father was burled at tho Baker ycstir and Mrs George Bcmo hero the guests of Mr and Mrs Mar- lIn Azbill Saturday nicit Miss Grac Parks gave tho and boys asocial Saturdcy night Those who woro present n Port n fine tlmo KiaillY iron Kcrby April 19Wo had n fine tiny for Easter Thero was a largo crowd at Sunday school tilt- marufngMr and Mrs James Wil liams were the guests of Mr Henry Click and fAmily to dayMr Peo Hobbs and wife vltltcd Mr Sim Hobbs Saturday nlgtt Mr ClarK Powells little girl Is seriously 111 Mrs Molllo KSrbya baby is also very rick Mr Stanford preached nt the Grove church house Sunday ovenln There was a large crowd present borvlcs will be held the Sun day of every month this summer JII1Blun Mildred April 20 Magglo Welch Is very poorly with lung trouble Jfbe Rev James Anderson ot Island Creek preached n very termon at Slao Lick nod SundayMr James Towloa Is grlnnln like a iiosBUtn It Is a S Moore has gono to London on business Mr James Dunigan of this place has gone to Dowling Green Ky where ho expects to enter to study Born to Mrs Bell a fine glrl Cora tho Ilttla daughter of Mary Uogley Is very poorly with whooping cough liar little son Earl ill ilok also Miss Emma Jones who has been very low with tho measloc Is able to be out again ULBY April 17Wo are having one All Wool 1000 Suits cut 798 698 Boys and cut to 289 269 250 219 200 169 ENGLAND SAYS 4DtFooD 4thedoes Germany The sale of alum foodstmade in Washington and of bia and baking powders are everywhere recognized as injuriousTo protect yourself against alum when ordering baking powder I taiplainly II ROYAL and be very sure you get Royal Royal is only Baking Powder made from Royal of It to digestibility and somcncfts of the I very pleasant at present and are very busy The ground has been so wet that Is behind with their farm work Rov Ward attended church at this placo and Sunday and some sermons Ills visit was very much appreciated by all Jake Gabbard Is slowly Elijah Angel wan In this placo Man day buying pottoec Born to Mrs Will McCollum fine girl the 13th Born to Mrs John on last Tuesday clrl Mrs Llzslo Mo Colturn and Donio Phillips visited OOKIU 1 FOR THE BIG CUT PRICE SALE ON CLOTHING AND SHOES APRIL 25 to MAY 16 Needing money and for the purpose of getting same I am going to givo the BIGEST PRICE SALES on CLOTHING and SHOES ever in Berea Spring is and now is the your Spring Clothing and Shoes at a bargain before given I a large and complete line of Clothing and Shoes which must go these cut prices I also have a large and com plete stock of Furnishing Goods at prices Mens Fine Wool 15004t 1350II 1000II Shoes Low Cuts 4004t 350 250 lings dayMr Elby formerly Saturday Saturday home COUNTY preached Welchburg attorney Mens 500 400 450 I 300 269r 250t Shoes Slippers 200tt 169 mother dayMr girls Knob third Interesting Saturday collects telegraphy Cook Hurley Boys Suits to 85ott n u 500re II tt3g75 Low Cuts 350 300r II + 4 II II 150 tt 119 So has been illegal the District Colum alum the Grarxsv Cream Tartar adds the wholes food 1 weather farmers everybody Saturday preached Improving a Roberts a of held here time to buy never have at close Mens Treadway 350t 350 graveyard OOylr- J Shoes intonating OUT Childrens Suits 550 Suits cut to 398 450tt a tr 349 325tt tt tt 249 250II u 198 200II II 165 150tt II 98 Misses Shoes and Slippers 200 cut to 169 175tt t 149 150 tt 119 125to u gS Childrens Shoes and Slippers 150 cut to 129 i i 125 tt 9g 100t n 89 Your trade is solicited tThGa M TREADWAY J MAIN STREET BEREAv KENTUCKY zF 1POWDER Mm L J Cube Monday lulI1 H Coin was at ins M Colas on bUll IIOM WednesdayDATIIA Datba April 10 Sunday school at nigh Knob li procrctilns nicely Rev Purl HacUor will preach at Torn Creek BOIOO house Saturday night and Sunday Singing Will well attended at Corinth Sunday Mr Hormby was loaderMr and Mrs Allen Johnson ara the proud parents of a fine boyMlsu Mamie Garland te viuilini hor sister Mrs Suda Long worth at Woffonl Ky and will stay two or three months Mr and Mrs Hob Johnson hive taken their little baby to London to Dr Pennlngtoi to be traatod for eplnal trouble nOUIILCMCK- DoublolIeV April U There will 1 a prtiMhlng at Pine Drove Sunday by Kev James Lun forU MlMW Laura IJotlomIMr J W Jones tutu a log rolllns Saturday and gevo tile young folk a lotlal at night mush enjoyed by all font to Mr and Mrs U Carter a fine girl April SIR Theo are Boxcril CMOS of whoopInK cough In tho country at this writings The rain of lac iota put people to hustling RvtUnc ready to plant oornUarkpeohng la all the go at present hands are offered 1XS a day Judge Lunsford tr fIr loading merehnnlMINI Mary in the ground Thursday night Tho millinery ordered annul IOKK Mlddlcfork April 10Thero was racoUng at this plats today only a few were In attendance Miss Mary I Shelton who has been sick so long Is still very sick Mr Jake Gabbard Sr of Hurley visited at Wcss Angels Sat urday night Vina Wilson visited Olllo Angel Saturday evening Dora to tho wife of Mr Ness Angel a floe girl on the 13thMr James Cole our moicbunt peered tLru hero Saturday cnroiite to Letter Cot Cassliu VnnWlnklo Is to lie ihv name of ti eWllxonJtAUIDIN Maulden April GTho farmers ot this jfaco aro far behind with their work duo to the abundant rains Mr Quo W Cottrels house was burned to the ground Thursday night tho people of this place extend to him their deepest sympathy all are very liberal In hoping him There Is n nsw Baptist church house going up In IM Vicinity S S Wolf of this place a former student ot Derea Col lego nun a teacher of this county Is raiidldato for assessor of thla county subject to the action of tho Repub lican party In Uio coming primary election Wo trust the readers of Tho Citizen In this county will not over look this article But will consider his candidacy with groat earnestness Mr Wolf will have a personal talkI with all the voters before the primary 1 r R J Wolf of this place con templates getting married In a few weeks Mr James Pennington of this flace Is a prospective candidate for magistrate In this district GRAY HAWK Gray Hawk April 20lift Daniel Alcorn ot Livingston made a business trip to W D Hlllards Friday last James Johnson has moved to the Geo Johnson property on Troubles Dranch near here Hiram Turner of Laurel Fork roadp a business trip Cetinml ai h Ps