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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d asewoaotsasooshaercewpo 0 DEREA PUBLISHING CO IfCUxrlhxATU3N o STANLKY FROST Naugr 0 4MfallAtrMle lna111mnAya n4 0 U- hVSoseoooaoooooo000 I Vol IX Five cents a R COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 30 1008 One Dollar a year No 44 NEWS OF THE WEEK Storm Does Immense Damage In the South drover Clevoland Is Sick Saloons CloslncHn thb EastSnake r Poison for Medicine STORM KILLS HUNDREDS A terrible wind and rain storm which swept over Alabama Arkansas Geor gia Loulsana Mississippi and Tenn essee last Friday resulted In moro damage than any of its kind In this country In years There were about 330 persona killed Several wholo towns wero wiped out tho buildings torn down and the streets washed away by the water and halt the pcopl killed About fifteen hundred were hurt some fatally and the damage to property crops and business Is es timated at millions- CLEVELAND SICK Graver Cleve land Ii seriously 111 with stomach rouble ct Lakewood N J and his doctors are greatly worried EAST GOING DRYAs a result of a tempemnco crusado which has been going on In tho East for two years there win bo about 2000 saloon keep cm who will havo to hunt other lobs May 1 There Is no whole state that ban gone dry but local option has spread rapidly and hundreds of communities aro to bo free after tho date named 8NAKU POISOM FOR MEDICINE A little poleon from rate of tho most dangerous snakes on earth a lance lund viper was secured In Now York last week to bo used as medicine It had taken yrs of work to onteh tile snake and had cost thousands of Collars After all the cost trouble nnd risk the doctors ROt only a third of a tPtupoonful of tho poison This will he eta In medlelno fur Insane people and In similar CAM amt there U pnunh to meet nil the demands of the Victor for fifty years TIM lar Brt low OTtr RllmlI red to OM tpptriUlcnth of a grate a horsy bee weighs three Brains and It If very- natdom that the doctor dare give M nurJi ae that U any ore of m over hut to take any of that kind of mod kino f will be some that came from that very atwko BRITISH PRKMIBR DEAD Sir Henry CampbollBannorraon who to holly resigned as premier and real rwcr ot England died last Wednesday WAR SHIl SUNICiThlrty six members of tho crow ot the British itcond dais cruiser Gladiator wore drowned last Friday when the warship sunk after being run into by the St Paul a passenger boat Tho 1l4IIconger boat which had several hundred people on board nearly sunk too Tho vessels wore both moving In a fog and aa tho British govern ment paints Its warship a dark gray tho men on tho other vessel did not see tho Gladiator till sho was too near to bo missed A MEAN GIFT Auring the war between England and tho United Sta tis In 1812 chore was only ono Im portant tight between ships whloh was not won by tho U S That was the fight between tho Shannon and tho Chesapeake when Capt Lawrence made hla famous command Dont Blvo up tho ship Tho Shannons flag wan taken to London and was recently weld at auction and It was reported that an American had bought It It now turna out that tho Am erican Is W W Astor ix man who owns millions of dollars worth of property In New York and gets his wholo Income there but finds America too common for him and has be come nn English citizen Ho has given tho nag to a British museum an an Insult to tho country whero ho was born Even tho English people ono hissing him for tho act VILLAGE BURIED A landslide In Ontario Canada blotted out tho village of Notre Damo do Salette and burled nllvo thirty of tho Inhabitants SHONTS DUKE Tho Duko dr Chaulnes who recently married for her money an American girl Miss Theodora Shonts has died of heart disease within a few weeks of tho hisdlnthHe was badly In debt nnd his widow gets off better than most of tbo Am erican women who marry foreign noblemen Dut after all lot this bo a fixed point wltl us that our own renee tlon and Judgment alone must do termine how far TO should receive that of which book and men Inform us and how far they are worthy ot our assent and credit Isaac Watts LJ I Y f 1 THE CITIZENS Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People copIiPOLITICjyOJES Taft Suro on First Ballot Expert says Importance of Negro Vote Brought OutHughes Hissed In N Y Legislature TAFT SEEMS SURE Tho most larclul estimate yet published ot the delegates to tho National Rep ublican Convention shows that Taft will win on tho first ballot alinoat beyond the shadow ot a doubt and leads RcytnondVtho political expert of the Chicago Tribune to predict that Is what will happen Raymond Las a record of correct predictions wblch goes back for years and his opinion Li every whore believed the- best Ho figures It up this way Eo far there have been chosen SDI out a total of 980 delegates Of those Tuft baa 254 favorite sons have 240 fS aro uncertain and 42 contested This docs not count In Kentucky which had not voted when ho mado his prediction Ho fills out tho tablo xtvlng every chanco to tho opponents of Tart and finds for Taft 470 for favorite sons 292 contested 178 and uncertain 40 It takes 491 to bo n majority Raymond gavo Fairbanks tho Kentucky delegates which have lncu gone for Taft which gives Taft at least 22 more or 492 ono wore than ho nerds Also In most au4 whore contests aro possible tho contest will not bo carried thru None of the favorltn sons has made much headway outside his own state Kach has a delegate or two from outside but no ono has much strength not atsy whore near enough to make him dangerous to Taft They now havo Hughes 87 Knox CS Fairbanks 31 LjKoletto 9i Forakor 4 If any of thorn Is going to boat Taft ho will have to do something pretty quick THH NKOUO VOhThe Import shoe which the colored vote will have In the next election Is strikingly hhown la figures published last week Thty slow that the no rose could control n good many atstw and that If they were to really leave the Rep ublttan party there would be n patty good chance of Ute Democrats inning fortunately It Is becoming dear that tko disaffection among them has been greatly exaggerated sod that there will hardly be a col aced man who will desert tho tried friend of the race the Republican party They know too woll that there U nothing but disfranchisement to bo Loped for from the Democrats The colored voto Is about as follows You ca figure out far yoounclf what It would mean to have It leave th- oartyIn Kentucky 74728 Maryland C040C Missouri 46418 Okla homa 13973 Pennsylvania 61CCS N Yo 31425 Ohio 31225 III 29763 Now Jersey 21474 Indiana 18180 West Virginia 147SC Kansas 14 C9C = Massachusetts 104C9 Of course some of those states are Democratic nnyway and somo are too strongly Republican to bo bothered but It all Lcgroes voted tho Democratic ticket they would mako n good deal ot dlf ference HUGHES BEATENThe New York legislature finally adjourned without taking any action on tho Hughes autlraco track bills and when In tho last hours ot tho session tome one called for threo cheers for llughcs them were mostly hisses and catcalls STATE GOES FOR TAFT Tho Republican primaries and count conventions held last Saturday have put Kentucky whero It belongsIn th Taft column Tho Taft managers are now claiming that Fairbanks will net only two votes from the elate nnd whllo two others nro doubtful it U almost euro that thero will bo only four at tube most Tho state conven lien will be entirely In tho hands of tho Taft men from tho start nnd tho there have been contests jnado by the BradleyFairbanks men whero ever thero was a chanoo for cno and In lots of places where thero was not thereto no reason to doubt that Taft will have n big majority to tho end Ac cording to tho estimate ot tho Louis vllo Herald Taft will have surely 891 votes Fairbanks 588 contested CS1 nnd uninstructed 183 In most of the contested districts Taft mom got the regular delegates nnd tho Fair banks men bolted so It seems sure that Taft will have every thing his own way One ot tho striking thlnttf about the election seems to have been the defeat of Bradley A great many peo pie felt mae ho had gono too far In HOLD UP THE STANDARD For mnny yearn the Republican party in this state linn been the champion of fair elections und has declared that good government can only come from finding tho renl wish of tho people nnd obeying it It hUB denounced the Democratic party for frauds committed at elections it has denounced the fraudulent primary by which Beclihntn WHS chosen for Senator and has denounced the men who permitted such things to bo done And because of those very thing thousands of good Democrats joined it and carried it to victory last fall And it has been rightno words can be too strong in speaking of the man or men or party that steals elections that defrauds the people of their right to run the government that uses forco or bribery or cheating at the polls to get control And now Ii in admitted by the best men in tho Republican party that things wore done in Louisville and in other places last Saturday which aretes bad as anything the Democrats have ever done Thugs and repeaters were used to pile up a big Vote ballot boxes were stuffed returns wero falsified and in every Other way trickery and deceit and plain theft and the worst of tho methods charged against tho Democrats were used to win victory for certain leadersnot at all to findout tho will of the people The Citizen has favored Taft and is sorry to say that the men working for him wero apparently as guilty as those on the other side There seems to have been no difference in method only ono of power It is hardly possible to reckon all tho harm that was done In the first place it has made the endorsement of Taft whichcould have been clean Rod unmlstabeable dirty and uncertain and Bradley and his crowd can still claim that but for unfair methods they would have won The Citizen does not believe this is trueil believes that the majority of the people of tho state are for Taft and that a clean election would have shown it Buy the victory is spoiled But the greater loss is in the reputation of the party How now can we protest against Democratic unfairness when were not fair even with ourselves r How can wo demand fair elections and trios and fair counts r And who is there to fight for good ment in tho state with both great parties dirtied and blackened governI name crimes r And how can the party hope to appeal again indcpendant voters to those reform Democrats whoso votes decided the last election when everychargn that has been made against the worst of tho Democratic ring can be made against tho Republicans r It looks as jwe would have to wait till Democratic misrulo has be come unendurable again before wo have another Republican administ trationThe Citizen believes that tho hope of this grand old state lies with the Kepublicmi party but that hope cannot be with a party which will do such things us have been done within the week or with the lenders who have had such things done It is time for tho good members of tho party to get together and throw out the rascals and to make the party live up to its professions and its platform for only by making this tho party of honest men and honest elec tions olin Republicans ever hope to win permanent strength in a state with men like tho ones of Kentucky trying to make himself boss of the whole state and havo failed to roIspond to his appeal to hits People who heard his speeches say that ho said three words for Brad ley to ono for Fairbanks and the people have refused to vote on so big a question with so small a reason as nUking tor ono man Only tho first and second districts item to bo in doubt oven tho 11th where such claims havo been made gave big Taft majorities It has been made evident that tho question has been simply whether Bradley could get tho peoplo to give up their real lellof in Taft because ho told them t They wouldnt and thats nU- t is too bad that there should be any charges of fraud In regard to the voting but Bradley and his friends hhvo raised that cry where they were beaten and tho Taft men make tho same charges In places whero Brad Icy won Tho Louisville Herald de hares that the methods In Louisville wore shameful and that both sides were equally guilty while tho Bradley wen say that in Lexington there was fraud because colored Republicans were there nUll voted for Taft Many of tho charges seem to have been truo and tho fact that such things were done has hurt tho party more than tho losing of an election or the lamination ot the wrong man would luive Fortunately tho state convention will be In tho hands ot tho state central committee and the characters of tho men who are In control and who hnvo taken no active part In tho county fights gives hope that tho Imitation of the Democrats will not be carried ns far as to try Music Hall methods MADISON CONVENTION The Madison County Republican Convention met In Richmond Saturday ui one p In and after a harmonious meeting adopted resolutions endorsing tho present administration Instructing tho delegates to the State Con vention to vote for Taft and tho delegates to the district Con vention to veto for Waller Bennett for delegate to tho National Convention About four hundred men were present crowding tho court room to tho limit and tho prediction that there would bo a fight for Fairbanks was unfounded The question of tho discharge of tho colored troops for tho shooting up ot Brownsville Tex was pretty thoroly discussed and at the close there was hardly a voice against the resolutions while several upcakera declared that In the Fall the coloted people would be found with their tried friend the Repub lican party Several misunderstand- Ings as to the attitude of Mr Taft which had been spread around by In crated persons were cleared up urd the party In Madison Is now In tine shape for tho fall campaign The convention was called to order by County Chairman E T Burnam and after tho selection of Messrs Smith and Frost editors of tho two Republican papers of the county as secretaries Mr John Greider nominated Mr T S Burnam as chairman the election being unanimous After a abort speech Mr Burnam on motion of Mr Waller Bennett appointed the following committee on Resolutions C F Burnam J W Capcrton Em met Embry W C Bennett E C Seale D P Black James White James Jones and George W Parkes As James White was not present J O Whltakcr was appointed to fill the vacancyWhile tho resolutions wero being prepared State Senator A R Bur nam was called on for a speech and made a fine address on happenings during tho legislative session and the attitude and avallablty oC tho dif ferent candidates Ho was loudly applauded when he closed to give wayfor the resolutions which wero read by Major C F Burnam and were aa abovo outlined Major Burnam epoko on the resolutions with all his old eloquence in spite of his age Following him were several speeches on both sides of the ques tion tho most important ones being Col Caperton who settled any doubt any one present may have had about Mr Taft and A W Titus who had rind In some Democratic papers stirles reflecting unjustly on Pres Roosevelt and Mr Taft and had fail ed to see tho denials of them After his speech tho resolutions were adopt ed without a dissenting vote Mr Waller Bennett made a short and apt speech and the convention adjourned The resolutions adopted were as fol lower The Republicans of Madison county assembled In convention April 25 190S adopt these resolutions First Wo approve tho call of tho Congressional District Convention to be held at Sholbyvllle on tho 5th day of May 1908 and the State Convention to be held at Louisville on May Cth 1903 and the persons hereinafter named are appointed delegates to represent uo in then conventions Second We instruct our delegates to the convention at Sbolbyvllle to voto for Waller Bennett and Robe- rtOrtlaau Utk rsgt GAY PRECINCT CHAIRMAN The ejection for Republican pro duct chairman and member of the county committee which was held at the Court Hcusa In Richmond Satur day morning was one of the most hotly contested In years and In spite ot a bold attempt to run a shore over a majority of the Republicans icaulted In tho election ot Johu Gay and a precinct ccmmltteo opposed to W J Tatum Over a hundred Republicans from Btrca went and waited for the call of tho convention which was expected to b In tho court room While most of tho men were gathrelng there Mr Tatuci called the convention out side and without even taking the trouble to choose a temporary organ ization or go thru tho usual preliminaries war elected chairman The trick was discovered in a minute and was Immediately denounced in unmeasured ttrmo by the majority of those present Mr Tatum arbitrarily refused to entertain motions to res clnd tho action and hold a fair elec tion as he saw that his defeat was sure if he did so and finally tho crowd became very angry The situation was becoming dangerous when Mr John Gay stepped into the breach and called for harmony in a fine speech Following this he was him self nominated tor chairman and both Mr Tatum and Mr W0Nicely who hind been tho reform candidate agreed to withdraw in the Interests of harmony and for tho good of tho party Mr Gay was then elected without opposition tho the followers of Mr Tatum mostly refuset to vote Tho flvo members of tho precinct committee wero then elected by acclamation after the nominees of the Tatum crowd had been dropped from the ballot by the reform cle mpnt who woreIn undoubted control TLo election shows clearly that the befit people of the town can run the poetics If they will take the trouble und prevent such exhibition of unfair party management as havo been seen lately It is hoped that this will lead to permanent reform wad also that the election of a com promise candidate will bring a better feeling In the party than could have come from tho success of either regular candidate Ono of the most pleasant features ot tho rather unpleasant affair was the way that leading town and college citizens worked together for the elimination of what has been a die grace to the town To Judge by the results Saturday there is little dif feence between what the best peo plo want and a little more nciualn tanco would result In a great deal better feeling with good results for The Citizen is growing Rap o idly Let Yaur Business Keep Paco With It lIy Adver- o g 0 Using o e1 sgoesoasoooeeooopo ct MADISON Inslructlous presidential MONEY TALKS How One Rich Man Got His Start Most people find it easier to get money than they do to keep it after they get it In order to save money you need to have a plan and then stick to your plan A man who la now very rich and Mayor of one of our largo cities started life a poor boy and this is the plan he used to make himself richOn Monday he would drop a dime Into a small box Tuesday morning ho would put in twenty cents Wed nesday ho would drop In thirty cents and so on through tho week until Saturday he would put sixty cents Into his box and the box would have two dollars and ten cents in it He die this every week living on what he had left out of his earnings When ho had five or ten dollars In the bcx he took It to the bank and deposited It In a savings account at InterestIt not many years until he had enough laid by to start him in busi ness and he is now a rich man But he would never have been able to make his start in business If ho Lad not begun by savtng his dimes when he was a poor boy We are waiting to help you to save money and the four per cent com pound Interest which wo add to your ravings will make them grow faster Berea Bank Trust Co the town and all of us This Is the Republican Count Pret duct Committee for tho next four yearsJohn Gay Chairman J W Stephens a D Holllday John Bat lard E C Seale and John Fowler IN OUR OWN STATE INDICTING NIGHT RIDERS The tIght against tho night riders In the far end ot the state goes on and rearly a hundred have been indicted It Is probable that the cases will nil le transfered to sumo counties whero the accused men havo no friends and there are prettty good hopes of a lot of convictions Tho night riders are beginning to show that they aro afraid and several ot them have con I Pissed and will testify against tho rest PHOENIX HOTEL FIREA tiro la the Phoenix Lexingtons most famous hotel on Friday caused a panic among the guests and they all rushed out into tho streets There was no serious damage Right is right since God Is God And right tho day must win To doubt would bo disloyalty To falter would be sin III J RESOLVEDITHAT IF YOU WISH To SHINE YOU MUST WEAR i JTYLISHSHQES YOUR FEET ARE HARD To HIDE YOU NEEDNT You WEAR OUP r SHOES STER I I ra 0n- 7gM f tot1 wvMssYYUSH SHOT- SWE 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 JoESf BOYLE HAYES Ysu Pay LessOr Get Mered BOB HAMPTON i PLACER dY lANIAll PAIIIISUIUTIIRO1 IMfllllmlRIIIJ lll15bllt iYf oil rdr1w- 7oT8CLu4 cfT MPYKHr M8Y ArNrrJVRCI M www SYNOPSIS SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth In- Pantry from Fort Dethune trapped by Indians tn a narrow gorge A monc them in a stranger who Introduce hlmnelf by the name of Hampton ulao Glllla the his daughter GIUIs and a majorityot the soldiers arc killed dur Ine a three days slctre Hampton and the girl only escape from the They fall exhausted on tho plains A company of tho Seventh cavalry Hrant In command find them Hampton and tho girl stop at the Minors Home In lencald Mrs Duffy proprletess CHAPTER V Continued There was no response but the speaker moistened hIs lips and pro ceeded firmly It was that ot a pro fesslonal gambler utterly devoid of mercy toward his victims a reckless fighter who shot to kill upon the least provocation a man without moral character nnd from whom any good action was Impossible That was what was said about you Is the tale true Hampton laughed unpleasantly hIs eyes grown hard and ugly- I presume It must be ho admitted with a quick sIde glance toward the closed door for the girl out yonder thought about the same A most ex ccllcnt reputation to establish with only ten years of strict attendance to business Wynkoops crave face expressed his disapprovalWell my present Judgment that report was not altogether true he went on clearly and with greater con fldence I did suppose you exactly that sort of a man when I first came Into this room I have not believed so however for a single moment since Nevertheless the naked truth is certainly bad enough without any necessity for our resorting to romance You may deceive others by an apsump tlon of recklessness but I feel con Tlnccd your true nature is not evil It has been warped through some cause which is none ot my business Let us deal alone with facts You aro a gam bIer a professional gambler with all that that Implies your life Is of neces ally passed among the most vicious and degrading elements of mining camps and you do not hesitate even to take human life when in your judg ment it seems necessary to preserve your own Under this veneer of law lessness you may indeed possess a warm heart Mr Hampton you may be a good fellow but you are certainly not a model character even accord Ing to the liberal code of the border Extremely kind of you to enter my rooms uninvited and furnish mo with this list of moral deficiencies ac knowledged the other with affected carelessness But thus far you have Jailed to tell me anything strikingly new Am I to understand you have womo particular object In this exchange of amenities Most assuredly It Is to ask If such a person as you practically confess yourself to behomeless associating only with the most despicable and vicious characters and leading so un certain and disreputable a life can be fit to assume charge of a girl almost a woman and mould her future For a long breathless moment Hampton stared incredulously at his questioner crushing his cigar between lila teeth Twice he started to speak but literally choked back the bitter words burning his lips while an un controllable admiration for the others boldness began to overcome his first fierce anger By God he esclalraed at last rls tng to his feet and pointing toward the door I have shot men for less Go before I forget your cloth You little Impudent fool See hereI saved that girl from death or worse I plucked her from the very mouth of hall I like her shes got sand so far as I know there Is not a single soul for her to turn to for help In all this wide world And you you miserable snivelling hypocrite you little creep lag Presbyterian parson you want me to shake herI What sort of a wild beast do you suppose I am 1 Wynkoop had taken one hasty step backward Impelled to It by the fierce anger blazIng from those stern gray eyes But now ho paused and for the only time on record discovered the conventional language of polite society Inadequate to express his needs I think he said scarcely realizing its own words you are a damned foolInto Hamptons eyes there Icaped a light upon which other men had looked before they IIledthe strange mad gfcam one sometimes sees In fighting Animals or amid the fierce charges of owarrHla hand swept Instinctively tbackward closing upon the butt of a revolver beneath his coat and for one second ho who had dared such utter ace looked on death Then to hard lines about the mans mouth softened tin Angers clutching tho weapon re Sued and Hampton laid one opened stand upon tho ministers shrinking adioulder Sit dora he said his voice un steady from so sudden a reaction Perhapsperhaps I dont exactly understand Jfvr a full minute they sat thus look Ing at each other through the fast dimming light like two prizefighters meeting for the first time within the ring and taking mental stock before beginning their physical argument Hampton with a touch of his old au dacity of manner was first to break thosilenceSo think I am a damned fool Well we aro In pretty fair accord as to that fact although no one before has ever ventured to state It quite so clearly In my presence Perhaps you will kindly explain The preacher wet his dry lips with his tongue forgetting himself when his thoughts began to crystallize Into expressionI having spoken as I did ho began Such language Is not my custom I was irritated because of your haste in rejecting my advances before hearing thn proposition I came to submit I certainly respect your evident desire to be of assistance to this young woman nor have I the slightest Intention ot interfering be tween you Your act in preserving her life was truly a noble one and your loyalty to her Interests since Is worthy of nil Christian praise But I believe I have a right to ask what do you Intend for the future Keep her with you Drag her about from camp to camp Educate her among the contaminating poison of gambling holes and dancehalls Is her home hereafter to bo the saloon and the rough frontier hotel Her Ideal of manhood the quarrelsome gambler and of womanhood a painted harlot Mr Hampton you are evidently a man of education of early refinement you have known better things and I have come to you seeking merely to aid you In deciding this helpless young wom ans destiny I thought I prayed you would be at once Interested in that rI Have Shot Men for Less G purpose and vouM comprehend the reasonableness of my position Hnmptoty sat silent gazing out of the window his eyes apparently on the lights now becoming dimly vlslblo In the saloon opposite For a cons d erable time he made no move and the other straightened back In his chair watching him Well he ventured at last what is your proposition 1 The question was quietly asked but a slight tremor In the low voice told of repressed feel lug That for tho present at least you confide this girl Into the care of some worthy woman Have you any such In mind I have already discussed the mat ter briefly with Mrs Herndon wile of the superintendent of the Golden Rule mines She Is a refined Christian lady beyond doubt the most proper person to assume such a charge In this camp Hampton flung his sodden cigar butt out ol the window Ill talk It over tomorrow withwith Miss Glllls he said somewhat gruffly It may be this means a good deal more to me than you suppose parson but Im bound to acknowledge there la consld erable hard sense in what you have just said and Ill talk it over with the girlWynkoop held out his hand cordial ly and the firm grasp ot the6ther closed over his fingers J I dont exactly know why I didnt kick you downstairs tho latter com mentod as though still In wonder at himself Never remember being quite H so considerate before but I reckon you must have come at me In about the right way It Wynkoop answered his words were Indistinguishable but Hampton remained standing In time open door watching the missionary gc down the narrow stairs Nervy little devil he acknowl edged slfewly to himself And maybe after all that would be the best thing for the Kid CHAPTER VI To Be or Not to Be They worb seated rather closo togeth er upon the steep hillside gazing silently down upon squalid Qlcncald At such considerable distance all the dull shabbiness ot the mining town had disap peared and It seemed almost Ideal viewed against the natural background of brown rocks and green trees Everywhere was loneliness no sound telling of the labor of man reached them and tho few scattered buildings far below resembling mere dollhouses They had conversed only upon the constantly changing beauty of the scene or of Incidents connected with their upward climb while moving slowly along tho trail through the fresh morning sunshine Now they sat In silence the young girl with cheeks flushed and dreamy eyes aglow gazed far off along tho valley the man watching her curiously and won dering how best to approach his task Observing her now sitting thus In total unconsciousness of his scrutiny Hampton made no attempt to analyze tho depth of his Interest for this watt who had come drifting Into his life Even to his somewhat prejudiced eyes she was not an attractive crea ture for she possessed no clear con ception of how to render apparent those few feminine charms she possessed Negligence and total uncon sciousness of self coupled with lack of womanly companionship and guid ance had left her altogether In the rough Ho marked now the coarse ragged shoes the cheap patched skirt the tousled auburn hair time sunburnt cheeks with a suggestion of freckles plainly visible beneath tho eyes and somo ot tho fastidiousness of early days caused him to shrug his shoul ders Yet underneath the tan there was the glow of perfect young health tho eyes were frank brave unflinch ing while the rounded chin held a world of character In Its firm con tour Somehow the sight of this brought back to him that abiding faith In her dead gameness which had first awakened his admiration Kid ho ventured at last you wore talking while we came up the Clothotrail about how wed do this and that I after awhile You dont suppose Im going to have any useless girl like I you hanging around on to me do 1 youShe glanced quickly about at him as though such unexpected expressions startled her from a pleasant reverie Why II thought that was the way you planned It yesterday she ex claimed doubtfully Oh yesterday Well you see yes terday I was sort of dreaming today I am wide awake and Ive about de- cIded Kid that for your own good and my comfort Ive got to shake youA sudden gleam of fierce resentment leaped into the dark eyes the un restrained glow of a passion which had neter known control Oh you have have you Mr Bob Hampton You have about decided I Well why dont you altogether decide J dont think Im down on my knees bogging you for mercy Good Lord I reck on I can get along all right without youI did before Just what hap loved to gyro you such a charge of heartI the sudden discovery he said affecting a laziness he was far from feeling that you wore too near being a young woman to c traipsing around the country with me living at shacks and ivlng no company but gambling stivks end that class of cattle Oh did your What elser Only that our tampers dont ex actly Meta to Jibe u4 tbe two of ni cant be house i fa the snore mach 6he looked at him contemptuously swinging her body farther around on tho rock nUll sitting slimy the color on her cJeefcs deepening through the sunburn Nor see hero Mister Bob Hampton yonro n fraud nnd you know It Didnt I understand exact ly who you was and what was your business Didnt I know you was a Rambler and a bad manTo Didnt 1 toll you plait out yonder and herwoice faltered slightly Just about you 7 Good Lord I havent been begging to stick with you have n I just didnt know which way to turn to after dad was killed and you sorter hung on to me and I let It go the way I supposed you wanted It But Im not particularly stuck on your style let mo tell you and I reckon there s plenty ot ways for me to get along Only first I pro pose to understand what your little name Is You dont throw down your hand like that without somo reason Hampton sat tit spurred Into In utant admiration by such Independ ence of spirit You gioiv rather good looking Kid when you get hot but you go at things halfcocked and youve got to got over It Thats the whole trouble youve never been trained and I wouldnt make much ot n trainer for a highstrung filly like you Ever remember your mother Mighty llttlo reckon she must have died when I wus about five years old Thats her picture Hampton took In his hand the old fashioned locket she hold out toward him the long chain still clasped about her throat and pried open tho stiff catch with his knife blade She bent down to fasten her loosened shoe and when her eyes were uplifted his gaze was riveted upon the face In the pictureMighty pretty wasnt she she asked with a sudden girlish Interest bonding forward to look regardless of his trained attitude And she was prettier than that oven the way I remember her best with her hair all hanging down coming to tuck mo Into bed at night Someway thats how I always scorn to see her Tho man drew a deep breath and snapped shut tho locket yet still retained It in his hand IsIs she dead 1 ho questioned and his voles trembled In spite of his steel nerves Yes In St Louis dad took me there with him two years ago and I saw her grave Dad Do you mean old Gllllsr She nodded beginning dhuly to won dot why ho should speak to fiercely and stare at her In that odd way lie seemed to choke twlcu before he could ask tho next question Did lloold Qlllls I menu claim to be your father or her husband No I dont reckon ho over did but ho gave mo that picture nnd told me she was ray mother I always hired with him and called him dad I reck on ho liked if nnd he was mighty good to mo Wo were at Randolph a mug time nnd since then hes boon posttrader at Uothuno Thats all 1 know about It for dad never talked very much and he used to got mad when I asked him questions Hampton dropped the locket from his grasp and arose to his feet For several minutes ho stood with his hack toward her apparently gazing down the valley his jaw sot his dim med eyes seeing nothing Slowly the color came creeping Into his face and his hands unclluchod Thou he wheel d about and looked down upon her completely restored to his old na lure Then it teems that it is just you and I Kid who have cot to settle this little affair he announced fttmly Ill have my say about It and then you can uncork your feelings I rath er Imagine I havent very much legal right In the premIses but 1vo got a sort of moral grip on you by reason of having pulled you out nllvo from that canyon yonder and I propose to play title game to the limit You say your mother Is dead and tho man who raised you Is dead and so far ns clth cr of us know there Isnt a soul any where on earth who possesses any claim over you or any desire to have Then naturally the whole Jackpot li up to me provided Ive got tile cards Now Kid waving your prejudice aside I aint just exactly the best man In this world to bring up a girl like yon and make a lady out of her I thought yesterday that maybe wo might manage to hitch along together for awhile but Ive got a different think coming today Thorns no use die figuring the truth Im a gambler something of a fighter on tho side and folks dont say anything too pleasing about my peaceful disposition aroun these settlements I havent any homo and mighty few friends and tho fen I have got are nothing to boast about I reckon theres a cause for It all So considering everything Im about tho poorest proposition ever was heard seminaryTheenough but Im a damned sight worse Now some woulan has got to take yes In hand and I reckon Ivo found thi right ono Coin to get married Bob Not this year Its hardly becoim so serious as that but Im going ti find you a good home hero and Im going toput up plenty of stuff so that theyll take caro of you all right ant proper Th dark eyes never wavered ai they looked steadily late the gray ones but the chin quivered slightly TO BE CONTINUED Need Awakening Though men are accused of not knowing their weakness yet perhaps a few know their own stroagth It It in mutt as Li soils where tometlaiM there Is a vein of gold W1acJ tlM ownot knows not ot SuMC HORTICULTURE I A HOMEMADE GREENHOUSE How You Lean Get One Ready for Next Winter A small house 3G toot long of even span niailo In the following way will Provo useful and Inexpensive The faundntloit nmy bo iniido of brick con crete or grout whichever Is most con venient to build and should bo 12 Inches vldo mid 3S feet high of which 3 feet Is In tho ground On this Is built a frame tho length of tho house nnd high enough to hold n 14x21 Inch pane of glass tho sash bars being sot nt right angles to the foundation Tho top of tho silo frame In made oMxl Inches stud planed anti finished like n hot bed sash frame to hold the wish bars The rldgo rondo of 2x1 Inch material Is supported on End View of Greenhouse Iron pipe posts which are strong and light There nro two rows of Hash on each side of the house halt of tho distance between tho rldgo and the side there Is a 2x4 running tho length of the house nnd supported In tho same manner as tho ridge with plpo posts The sash Gx3 feet glassed with 10x12 panes nro Just laid on and then held In place by two wood screws which pass through the sash nnd take hold of the wood beneath Provision Is made for ventilation by making every third sash of tin upper row on each side of tho house movable at Its lower end This ad mits fresh air just over the walks on both sides of the house These venti hating sash are hinged to tho opposite sash at the upper ood says tho Coun try Gentleman The Joints of the each era covered with weather stripe to keep out the cold and along the peak of the roof vrbero tho sashes come to gather there Is nallod a strip of rooting paper which turns the rain and snow The beds are trade directly on tho ground three In number nepnrntod by sunken walks a little ovor n toot In width and n foot deep From the top of the middle bod to tho peak Is six feet GROWING CELERY PLANTS Some Suggestions for Its Planting and Cultivation Hardener who grow It for the early demnnd usually row the seed under glass In March or early April Cover the seed very tightly end keep the weeds subdued The pfeinU should be large enough to sot In the upon ground In May If tits causes Is favor ableA later crop may bo sown In open ground later In April or In May to bo marketed from September to December Sow this In drills from two to three feet apart Sometimes set lettuce or sow early buets between tho rows of celery but this Is only advisable when tho land Is rich and holds moisture enough for both The celery should be largo enough to thin out and transplant In Juno or July Some prefer to cut the tops of the plants once or twlco before trans planting to make them more stocky The weeds must be kept down nt nil stages of growth but as the roots are widespreading It should not bo worked deep For winter and spring use tho seed Is seldom sown before fay nnd the thinning and transplanting arc not done before July If very hot when this Is done standing bonnie along thu TOWS to shade them on tho south Is thought to save more plants from being Injured by the sun than can be saved by watering them and Is less labor In most gardens The boards will be needed later on fer blanching These varieties are usually sown four feet apart if they are to be blanched or partly blanched between boards nnd six feet apart If to bo blanched by banking with earth A common practice used to bo to sow three or five rows of onions as early as the ground could be made ready then have a row for sowing or trans planting celery and thus proceed through the field Tho plants should not be loss than one foot apart The onions will be out of the way before the celery Is largo enough to begin blanching When Planting Trees When setting trees trim off all bruised roots with a sharp knife leav ing a smooth clean edge which will heal rapidly and send out nsw feeding roots In a short time A broken or bruised root will decay and be a dam ngo to the tree When a tree has lost n portion of Its roots a like proportion of tho top should be removed TIC but a few of the roots have been removed In being transplanted It will not be necessary to do more than thin out tho top and balance the symmetry of the tree GARDEN FERTILIZERS Prof Burkett Gives Some Important Facts Regarding rhem Prof Burkutt the wellknown au thority on stills nnd Platt food has this to say of tho different functions of plant foods nnd the kind of each beat adapted to garden soils Iron thought present In plants In but very small amounts fills n highly Im portnnt place Without It the chloro phyl bodies lire not formed and an those organs nro necessary to tho ns Hlmllntlon of carbon dloxld no Increase Iin the dry substance of a plant can tako place without Iron Plants can elongate In the dark tho growing tips being nourished by material drawn from the other parts of tho plant but there IB no gain In dry weight Potassium salts are essential to planU and tho potassium HOCUW to bo necessary In tho formation of starch though not a constituent of It In soma kinds of plant potassium chlorld In moro effective than other compounds and the chlorln seems to facilitate tho movement of starch from tho leaves to other parts of the plant Sodium tilt metal of common salt Glaubers suit and others Is often prrs out In large proportion In plant ashes It line not been positively proven to bo cnsontlal to plants nnd its presence Is doubtless to a largo extent accidental It line been found however that to a limited extent It can replace po llnsslum In plants that Is n smaller supply of potassium compounds will meet the need of a crop If sodium com pounds be present than Is required In their absence 1 Calcium tho metal of limestone and gypsum appears to bo required In the prorogue that result In tho formation of woody tissue It also enters Into combination with orgnnlc acids that would otherwise tsr Injurious to the plant thus forming substances of an excretory nature that aro deposited In the cells Calcium and magnesium form compounds will the nitrogenous constituents of plants which seam to bo concerned In the movement of these substances from one part of the plant to another Phosphorus to bo used by plants must be In tho form of a phosphate Calcium phosphate are treat abund ant In Bolls Tire phosphates form compounds with the nitrogenous con stlttiodU or prolclds of tho plant and facilitate their movement Phosphor cue Is also an essential constituent of some of tho most Important parts of plants Including the protoplasm of thu cells which Is the living native part by which tho chemical processes of plantgrowth are brought about DESTROYING CANKER WORMS Look for Them on the Trees and De stroy Them At this URM of tko year every farm or should so over hU orchard If the petal ranker worm was presonl last Kwtaon Ho should look In the treo for the little rings of opus which wilt Canker Worm bo found on the twigs Tho accom partying Illustration shows tho spring canker worm and to tho left In tho lower corner a twin with a character Istlc ring around It The eggs are held on by their association with the rest of the ring and not because they aro stuck to the twig If n thorn knife Is run lengthwise down the twig over the egg mass It will bo laid open nnd will peel off In the hand The eggs can later be burned A boy who Is light nnd active will bo able to do this work much bettor than an older or heavier person All of the eggs removed now will save work later on Tho eggs will not hatch till the leaves aro out so the orchardists can afford to wait till there comes a bright day pre vious to the leaving out of tho trees A boy should not bo sent about the trees on a bold windy day Tho work should be thoroughly done and wilt lave much damage whon the leaves open and tho eggs would hatch If allowed to remain Department Huh letln FRUITPICKINGS Fertilize spray plow Time to turn under tho cover crop sown last fall- Grafting done last month If not perhaps Its not too late If you hurry Early applications of Bordeaux mix ture greatly help to prevent fungous 9 troublesPlant cherry aril Japanese plum trees currant and gooseberry bushes as early In spring as possible A good orchard fertilizer Four hun dred pounds of ground bone and 300 pounds of muriate of potash to the aero On land well supplied with humus strawberry plants need potash and phosphoric add more than nltrogea but a wellbalanced fertilizer to best IWANT FLOWERS Out lIrTalrIuucml UjfWndilltiK 1Ic I r Unl Plant PHONE ALBERT u The Porter Drug Co fINC0ar0a1Tan1 PHONE 12 BEREA KY t + NMho000000000000000000 Berea and Vicinity0 o o 0 o a 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0 o 0 o n eteo Ne o 4 eee w DR BEST Q l DENTIST cirr PHONIC Las OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Olni Mrs Laura Jcncs has been to cinnati for n largo supply of now mil linery Sho oem give you tho latusl style aid savo you money on the prlO8L1Ira Munoy has typhoid fever Mrs Joo Hans was very slok thci flrat of the week Will Dalton who tree on the road between Parts and Oorbln hue been vtolUng his parents Mr and Mrs J K Dalton this week John Stewart of ICIrktvlllo was the guest of Mr and Mrs 0 M Trwidway SundayMr Jol1nlunl was very 111 met Sunday Mn Mile Dakar was qulto elek las weekA ILIROAINIThoroughbred Duroo sow aid ten pins 10 W H Dower His Oeo Disk aid Mn W a Ilwt nm nithtnoud akotnran Satwr dar Will Griffin who hoi bean letting friend hero for the pat few weeks tae Ift to retumo lite work M a brisklayer Mlseoe RUn Lowhi and Dora lIlT i Islted MhI Hrwltt Todd at SpecdweJl last 1riday The ball game last Saturday afternoon between tho Danville Mutes and College loam resulted In tho score of S to C In favor of tho Danville boys Letetior Gobbard n student of the KUt Normal school at Illohtnond vlilUxl with friends hero Friday and SaturdayA of young peoplo of the town enjoyed a fish supper Saturday night on tho banks of tho crook on Mr R P DIzncys farm Miss Hattln Carr loft Saturday for Laxlngton where she will visit ro latives and friends Miss Adolla Fox who has been working BO faithfully at Narrow Gap for tho past sovon years loft last Thursday for a two months visit In the north Sho was accompanied by her brother Alvin Whllo gone they will visit Toledo Buffalo NIagra IInlls Toronto Canada and other places RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Ihan Nu 3H I a e t sooo o oo o ooo o Buy Fertilizer FROM C C RHODUS 1JK11KA KY HIJ SELLS T1IK 1JKST Jtr Henry McQuire of Irvlno visited his brother Dr McQulro last week The llov M 1C Pasco preached lout Punilay at Pine Grove Mr Folmy taking his place at tho Congregational ahiirch Drop In and see our new hats Just this week frpra Cincinnati Whlto sailors a plenty Wo guarantee satis action to our cutcemars Mrs Laum Jones Mr Tolbert Holllday a brother ot- a D Holllday and a student last year woe In town Monday Ho was en his way hone after two months charing night riders with Company llof Whlteburg of which ho is a member There was an unfortunate occuran a at the Ctonpol door Sunday night which ratted In a fist fight and a llttto damage to a couple of boys seven bore were loafing and amok UB around the door wizen the oxor ehwa were ovor and did not move out of the way fast enough or far eflOtiih to suit tho chapel janitor They my that ho made an Insulting remark then one of them called kIm a vile name and ho hit out tlmm olvos Probably nothing more will be don about It but some one It authority will be on hand next week Men who disturb a religious rnretlrr aro sovoroly dealt with under the state laws and beside tho chapel la on private ground and loafers have no right there Mr Ollbert Reynolds was in town Monday taking ordqrs for tombstones nnd placed sovcrnl among thorn oue for a = 120 monument Tom Lorsdon was taken ill Wednos day morning Th4 Misses Duroholls and Seas Brandenburg of Paint Lick wore tho Bursts of tho Misses Treadway Sun day Miss Madallno Mitchell of Millers burg visited her brother SilaS Mitchell from Saturday till Monday IN for You EIGHTROOM HOUSE ofItlltm Bargain House with eight rooms two hallways and porch Large lot extra large and good garden small barn with good stock lot good water small supply good fruit trees gravel Sidewalk Located on one of the most public streets of Berea within five minutes walk of College Avery desirable location A business op portunity Price if taken at once 1050 Sale good Title perfect I REPRESENT THE 1 MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO of Newark N J which has paid policy holders 25000000000 Policies absolutely nonforfeitable after first year The best is none too good for you and I have the best Call on or address G D HOLLIDAYT- HE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MAN Bank Trust Building Berea Kentucky Mr Will Duncan and Red Ding ham wore In Richmond Saturday J Curdotto and Sons have accepted n contract to build a fine residence barn and numerous other outbuild lugs for Geoffery Morgan of near Whites Station Ladies I am giving you just as good ctylcs and material and trimm ing as you vlll find In Cincinnati Louisville and New York or any other old city why not buy your hat at home Wo can ware you money Try Mrs Laura Jones millinery rtoro flrnt Wo will make your hat to orderThe for tho now hotel ot the corner of Main and Chestnut streets Is goIng on rapidly and work 01 tho building Is expected to be pushed as rapidly as possible The college brick yard opened Mon day giving employment to several men There Is a largo order on hand and It Is likely that the yard will be busy for some time W T Jameson of tho PeckWil liams Healing and Ventilating Com pany wan In town Monday and Wednesday to call on Henry Lcngfbllcr tin local agent of tho company 111t ocel8ceeeoee i College Items i 0 v HERE AND THERE o 0 0 08 oOGoocQ0ooo The annual debate between Union and Beta Kappa will tuko place Friday iielht in the chapel tho question being JloBolved That the pro te tin tariff system Is a better iconomlc policy for the United Slates than free trade Union takes tho b flnnatlvc and will be represented b Edgar Stanton George Sparks Jos to Baird Everett Back Taylor Munoy and Arley McGuire Beta Kappa In tlir negative will bo represented by jtcar Clark Curtis Bailey John Flan try S W Grathwell Charley Flanery nnd J M Calno Because of tho debato Friday night the Conversation Club mooting will bo postponed to noxt week It will then moot with Mr and Mrs MoLarsn and tho subject will bo Currency Ro farm Tho College Forest Nursory has just finished setting out over 30000 young spruce trees and three thous ind young hickories It has sold Prof Rumold five hundred locusts which ho has set out on his lot Supt Edwards received a letter firm Matthew Fields ono of the last year students who Is this year attend hit school at Valparaiso Ind Ho says that tho expense there Is much groat BT than nt Korea and that he expects lo come back hero to school next year The Cubans who went from Bcrca to Valparaiso In tho Winter term aro also dissatisfied and ex pect to change to another school next yearThe sad news of tho death of Miss Iterl ba Mtchollftjf Dayton O was received Tuesday Sho was a Berea student two years ago Sho was one of t principal founders of PI Ep alb n PI literary society and was an titii e and enthusiastic member and worker Tho Rev Dr C C Creegan Secretary of tho American Board of For CIVil Missions will arrive In Berea Saturday speaking at tho Convocation Saturday night preaching Sunday and lecturing before tho United Chapel Monday morning Prof DInsmore went to Boston Monday to attend a meeting of the trustees of Okolona College This is th school ot which Wallace E Bat tle one of our Berea colored boys is president Miss A S Morrow returned Monday from Valparaiso 111 where she went to study economy In housekeep ing for the benefit of tho college workers The college fire department has been called out twlco In a week to extinguish a forest fire in tho tpp of one of the campus trees which was ret by some boys trying to smoke out squirrels for their teacher Miss Boworsox and Prof Rumold have returned from Memphis Tenn whore they wont to attend the meeting of tho Southern Education Board George Dick was in Lexington Monday on business for the collegeI Misses Boatrlfcht Brown Orr Ilex ior Walker and Della Smith made ap a party that wont out Thursday night to tho cottage on Robes Mt returning in time for work Monday The Y W C A social Saturday 1200ihoped and need ANNUAL OUTINGI Over 200 college boys and girls on joyod an excursion to Cincinnati last Friday Tho affair has become an an nual thing now and Is looked forward to as such The young people wero taken all over the city and those who had grown up In tho country had a chance to see how some other people Hvn The trip was marred a little by a lying writeup of tho trip In one of tho Cincinnati papers but it Is a paper which nobody that knows about It believes anyway so that the take did not amount to much and everybody had a good time A more serious trouble was the fact that C E C Adams of Gales burg IK a rather simple boy strolled awry treat tho crowd against the rule 2 B SURE 2 BRIGHT SEE OUR NEW UPTODATE GOODS AND GET THE LATEST STYLES THE BEST MATERIALS AND THE MOST BECOMING HAT AT THE MOST HEASONADLE PRICE WE GET NEW HATS AND TRIMMINGS EVERY WEEK WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR LADIES AND CHILDRENS WEAR AT THE LADIES AND CHILDRENS FURNISHING STORE MRS S R BAKER PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY The next time I have a roof put on Ill get you to do my work 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 ofT 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 Jon in the first place and he still has a sorryroof This is no reflection on Mr Isaacs judgement in selecting a man to put on his roof for it was the agree ment with the contractor that I put on the roof But his carpenter told him that Lengfellner was too busy and that he Nadi 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 it for twentyfive years than for any one else to put it on and have me fix it for twentyfive years HENRY LENGFELLNER The Metal Roof Man Golden Place Phone 1702 e Vl Berea Ky 3 Sale Going on Now I will continue this Sale un til I close out a large stock ofIShoes Clothing Dry Goods Mens and Boys Hats and Best Groceries 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 and way not missed till the crowd gathered at the train The crowd had to como on home and a long search was mtd for the boy who was heard from an trying to get work to earn his way back Mr O W Mallon a Inuteo of tho college the Y M C A and the city police all hunted for him and Mr Gamble went up Mon day to take personal charge of the workAdams found himself Tuesday by walking Into the Y M C A where Mr Gamble was waiting for him It turned out that the Cincinnati police were not much good for ho had told his story to two of thorn and had been in plain sight around tho city all the while they were supposed to be hunting for him- BUSINESS FOR SALE As my poor health has made it necessary tor ito to retire from active work I am offering for sala one of the best businesses in Berea with a fine lino of goods and in a most desirable location I have re tartly increased tho stock thinking I would be ablo to continue work but my health Is still bad and tho business Is a bargain for somebody I wish to soil it as a whole and will givo good terms to the right roan For any good enterprising business man who wants to get started in Berea this Is a fine open Ing and you should aptly at once as I am fooling like making a quick dealAlso I have for sale a storehouse and lot In good business location In Panola Madison County The store house Is 20 by 50 feet Also for sale or rent a small farm with dwelling house good barn and outbuildings water and orchard at Brassfleid Madison County Possess ion a once Very truly yours W D Logsdon THINGS TO THINK OF A poor crop ol boys will mako a poor crop of men- Righteousness sometimes loses a battle sho never loses a war Malls havo been filled by drun kenness gallows have been built to punish the crimes born ot drun kenness Cosmopollatlon Tho whiskey Interests of Kentucky have not yet seen their saddest day Their rlckery at Frankfort will has ten their doom It Is coming Everybody Ride Easy FOR Rubber Tire Work SEE F P BENTLY KINGSTON KENTUCKY Ho has a largo supply of Rubber all hand Got his prices boforo hav ing your buggy rubbered Ho guarantees nil his work REALESTATE Kidd Robinson Once Orer Post Onicn Netary 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 enly100 You pay 10 dowa and the remainder in monthly payments f 18 Call on or address B P A UU Ii1r Bs 11 latat Ly Bargain in Real Estate A five room cottage two porches large well shaped lot with good improvements located on Chestnut St e Quarters for cow horse IQOchickons Must be seen to be appreciated A bargain If taken at once For particulars J see M L Spink Berea Ky LADAVISMD OFFICE AT RESIDENCE a PHONE 50 CENTER ST I S R BAKER i DENTISTI KYhCOfile Yarn from S l4CUy Then 113 Teeth extracted without painSosnofrme ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED I Work Promptly ltetutJuclICONN BROS FOR SALE A few Good Fresh Jersey Cows Will also t buy your Dry CowsIJ W Herndon THE WORLDS GREATESTSEWING MACHINE I NEuoMi r rTJVIt nteltheraVlbratlns8hnttlfTtoUry SbutuooraHlngleThread fCA0 n Sewing Jlnclilne to THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CBMPAMT i Orange MM XInr hinenremdetotdlretudleud- 4u r out the New lion li made toweM IIOur ruralrllner rum out gold pyantkortawl dealers only oa uay J M RIOHARB30N A COMPANY Central Agents Cleveland 0 SICK MR ABOUT TOO- KEYES Olaaltsuit tiiCSditlontpJ J EARLY Jeweler EngraverMain Berea KeatuckyIt HYDEN CITIZENS BANK t TraMtcU a Yrel kaakbff bubaeesaW Lewis ys ap cUly toe place lit tettt a pwrttei ofyear MMMC wk itatee wb UMr targt er stoatfitJ J J J J l HYMN H KY n a i a The Citizen A family newspaper for all that It right true and Interesting Published etery ThutMijr at Bert Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos FAYABLB IN ADVANCE Ont Yearal-aMonth e Three Monthi M Send money by Pottofflce or liiptm Money Order Drift Registered Letter or one nd Iwe tent atmps- The date ifttr our nirae on libel shows to what dale our tuWrlptlon Uptid If It It not chanced within thiec wetki sites renewal otlly U- Mlular numbers will be gladly tupplled If w ore notified Fine Premiums given for new aubtcrtptloBi and prompt renewals send for Premium iUt Liberal term given to any who obtain sew ttbtcriptlont for ui Any one rending us tour yearly subncrlptlon tau tecieve Ittt or for one year Advertising rates on eppllcat on MkMBCK or KENTUCKY PRESS AbSOClATlON =Georgia Is giving a fine demonstra Uoa of how to be happy though thirsty We must not let the president know that colleges act as a deterrent to marriage or ho may abolish higher ed ucatlon The Indianapolis News says an elec trlcal plant has been discovered in Nicaragua Was It trying to steal water power Reports from Germany of an air ship that Is expected to carry not less than 100 people sounds as If aerial transportation were nearing the strap hanging stage when old logic have put the blame for our Ills and misfortunes back on our tables we shall still pos sess1 thank heaven the blessed priv liege of cumin the climate A Massachusetts man who died recently left to Clark university 5000 to bo used in hunting for ghosts Any one who knows of a ghost that ought to be hunted will confer a favor by notifying Clark university Mulal Hand In taking up his duties as sultan of Morocco promises to Ig nore tho provisions of the Algeclras convention One or two European powers will be likely to await with a good deal of Interest and Impatience the results of tho Ignoring he may do In London massage by the blind la an accepted and successful profession Some doctors will employ no others In Japan until recently none except the blind were allowed to do massage and in Yokohama alone It Is stated that out of 1000 masseurs earning a livelihood 900 are blind A California architect sees 100 story buildings ahead When a man takes tho elevator for tho top doubt less he will bid his friends goodby liewillless the elevators are equipped with private diners A man in New York was sentenced to Jail and to pay a heavy fine for prudent when accused IYan angry Judge of contempt of court replied that ho had expressed none on tho contrary he l had carefully concealed his feelings Presidential elections In Switzerland are not exciting The federal as sembly met the other day and elected Ernest Brenner to the presidency for the current year without so much as a preliminary torchlight procession or even a discussion of the importance of campaignfundL A poor woman In New York whose clothes accidentally caught fire thought of tho danger to her little children and even as she herself was a living torch and In direst agony pushed them away and locked the door to the room that they might not share her fate And yet the Carnegie commission finds it hard to discover heroes Before investing in that sold mine gotobefore biting oft a chunk of this good thing wait until Prof McCoy has made a few more experiments He thinks be is about to transmute the mightbeand wait Lhasa formerly the mysterious forbidden city will if report be true be Joined to the rest of the world by telegraph and there Is to be a Thlbetan newspaper There will be no more celestial calm for a peoplo who must learn to put a telegraph message Into ten wordo and must read In the iiorn Ing paper that thero has been a ter EastHankowWomen watch the advertising columns because upon them devolves the necessity of spending the family Income m to the best advantage which commonly means making ono dollar do the work of two It Is not love of shopping but the need of practicing economy that keeps them on the look nut for bargains Still it is not femi nine nature to pass a bargain by whether it is necessary to count the pennies or not iJ Ldp iIc r Why L Die and Ten Need Not Be Limit of Life By DR ELIE IETSCIINIIiOFtISciential end Author ui Would it bo for the good of tin human raw to extend the duration of the lifo of man beyond its pre ent limits When wo luiVo abolished such causes of prceo ious senility as intemperance and disease it will no longer be necessary to give pensions nt the ago of GO or 70 years The cost of supporting the old instead of inereaMiig will diminish progressively We must use all our endeavors to allow men to complete their normal course of lifo tad to mike it possible for old met to play their parts us advisers anti judges endowed with their long expcrtiikx of lift To do this all the organs must be preserved in a condition of vigor It is necessary to recognize and subdue any morbid tendencies whether these bo or have been acquired during life It is necessary to be moderate in toed and drink and in all other physical pleasures Tho air should be pure in the dwelling and in the vicinity It is necessary to take exercise daily whatever be the weather In many cases the respiratory system must be especially exercised and exercise on level ground anti up hill should be taken The persons should go to bed early and rise early and not sleep for more than six or seven hours A bath should be taken daily and the skin should be wellrubbed the water used being hot or cold according to taste It can be only in the future near or remote that we shall obtain exact information upon what is one of the chief problems of humanity In the meantime those who wish to preserve their ns long as possible and to make their cycle of life as complete and as normal as is possible under present conditions must depend on general sobriety and on habits conforming to time rules of general hygiene Read the Manin Walk By REV WILLIAM GARDAM Detroit at WorkmenCalled Preach Peace DUNCAN It hits becii said that a norm tray be known by the company he keeps ho nay be known by his habits by his speech tone of voice step walk cast of eye by tho way he stands Indeed every physical trick tad peculiarity tells tales of the man inside the milan back of tho peculiarity Personality is summed up mostly when one has tabulated and catalogued the sum total of nil u mans outward and visible habitudes What a world of information there is in a walk the balanced of the ordinary mortal tho way the foot make a fulcrum of the earth amid proceed about their world business An enormous amount of is crowded into this business of walking the mind gets into tho feet and the feet into the mind and not only the mind but the morals the spirit may bo found in the way the feet plant themselves on the solid earth and go about their mission Walking is not simply it is the forward movement plus menial and moral qualities The way the feet lire picked up the way the leg is poised in the air the lateral and forward movements of tho body all these have imprisoned within tliomtlie very spirit of the moan There is the man who picks his way whose every step is a calculated stepwho never surprises himself by a misstep never wobbles turns back and goes over his own steps again One at once recognizes that such n man has himself in hand never finds himself in gratuitous or needless difficulties has the world that deals with him and with which he deals pretty well ann lyzed and understood In a tight and difficult place or a perilous set of circumstances he is pretty sure to make the best possible terms nail come out in the best possible way And then there is the mincing lightly tripping walk telling of a mind that works quickly but superficially that seeks to go through the world with the least tragedy and seeks to take time pathway of life with the least possible exertion Given to rapid mental movements but never focusing too much energy on any particular problem The light stepper can easily turn about when the road is hard and the enemy threatens and can surrender a cause when to go straight ahead would involve a long campaign By JAMES flid na rniIinI tatrlat frruan II bier The anarchist who advocates the use of physical force in any forum in the propagation of his ideas is time worst enemy of civil progress lie should be dealt with us summarily us he would deal with those whom he selects as the victims of his cow ashy barbarity It is but the truth however to say that this individual has his collective counterpart in the organized oppression and menace of military systems In the case of the individual anarchist of this I type his law of action is selfmade and A like condition prevails in the case of the power that makes war for ment or in obedience to impulses of wrath and hate War is an argument for anarchy an influence favorable to the development of the spirit of strife and destruction in the individual In the very best light it can be regarded only as an abhorrent necessity The gospelof universal peace is the most efficacious corrective of the impulse to long history of the worlds wars the workingman has borne the burden of loss and suffering and the today is summoned by his record of devastation and death to the high dutyand privilege of preaching and supporting the propaganda of peace the peace of the in dividual and the nation Personally I am opposed to the and observance of every tradition and custom that exalts war Courage is the manly virtue but all the courage and fortitude that man has today is needed in the workof peace and progress It would 1x3 idle to say that the world can free itself completely from strife There is an occasion for strife ofa certain kind the strife between the sentiments of justice and those of wrong Such strife is voiced dwhen in high pieces the fitting word ns in favor of the oppressed nil the appropriatercbuie ia launched against opprcesioa Allotted Three Score hereditary intelligence progression individuality progression selfexecuting governmental aggrandize anarchyIn workingman perpetuation jr i WIND WORKS HAVOC TORNADO IN LOUISIANA ALA BAMA AND MISSISSIPPI ABOUT 225 ARE KILLED Hundreds of Others Are Injured Most of the Victims Negroes Many Small Towns Are De stroyed Atlanta GaA wind of cyclonic proportions swept over portions of Louisiana Mississippi and Alabama Into Friday leaving a trail of dual nail Injured Tho number of killed Is estl mated at about 225 and tho number of Injured at over 800 vrlth many per tions of the nilllcted districts to hear fromMany of tho ileid uro negroes Per haps a dozen white persona were caught In falling bulldlnga and either fatally Injured or so seriously disabled an to require medical attention The loss trf life was chiefly In tho quarters of colored persons whore time wind destroyed their cabins burying the occupants In limo debris or In the farming sections of the country where trees wero uprooted telegraph and telephone rules torn tip and general destruction was wrought Many Small Towns Wrecked- In Louisiana It Is estimated that n score of small towns were destroyed or partially wrecked They Include unite City Arcadia and Independ once hello Grove Melton Lorman Ilno Ridge Qultman landing Fair chllds Creek Iurvls nnd Lumborton Miss are reported seriously damaged by the storm In Alabama Lora was time chief sufferer This town Is also known as Bergen Four or moro persons were killed among them the wife and daughter of Section Master Moore itfty portions at tho lowest estimate wore Injured Those most seriously hurt wore carried to hospitals In Illr mlngham Ala One woman a Mr McCully died on tho train Two other members of this family were seriously InjuredAt cars wore blown from the railroad trucks and considerable other property destroyed Alabama Town Suffers Reports also say that limo storm struck Albertvlllo Ala late In the afternoon und destroyed nearly tho entire northern iiortlon of tho town A cotton mill was blown down the storm ranging northward doing much destruction to life and property An unconfirmed report from this section Rhea the death list as from 30 to 35 with scores of persons Injured A train was sent from Itlrmtngham car tying physicians and n squad of state militiamen to the district Aid Is also pouring In from nil other directions From Meridian Miss comes n report that Mrs John Mlnncce and her child wero killed outright and John Mlnnece was seriously Injured while a number of other persons were hurt and there was considerable destruc tion of property Itlchland and Lnmourle La were struck by limo storm and nearly a fifth of their population Injured Winchester Miss Wiped Out Winchester Miss a small town Is reported wiped out though only two persons are known to have been killed Natchez Miss reports CO are known to be dead In the northern taulslana stonn Hundreds of planta tion cabins are reported destroyed In this section Three Places Destroyed HattlcsburK Miss The towns nf McCallum Purvis and McLaurln Miss were practically wiped out by a storm which swept over this section Friday and It Is believed that 100 persons late been killed In this section Over ICO Injured have been brought to the hospitals hero for treatment and others are being brought In every hour Every business house In Purvis and a majority of tho residences were destroyed Many families arc destitute nod It Is esti mated that 115000 will be needed for the Immediate relief of the sufferers Hospital Burns Patients SIdIlls Rapids MichFlro Tuesday aftornon destroyed Mercy hospital here a 70000 establishment erected 28 years ago All of the patients and the 40 Sisters of Mercy who were In the building escaped without Injury There were fortunately when the flro broko out but 25 or 30 patients In the Institution an unusually small number Starting apparently from a defective chimney the fire was first discovered near the roof It spread rapidly but there was time enough to remove carefully all of the patients The structure will entirely destroyed except a small addition Tourists Visit New Volcano aplus Three hundred American tourists landed here Wednesday from the White Star steamer Cretlc and visited tho new and imposing crater of Solfatara near Pozzuoll which recently has become active British Defeat Mohmand SimlaIn cons quence of all attempt made by the Mohmand tribesmen to cut Ills lines of communica lion Sir Janice Wlllcocks tho com mander of tho British force sent out from Peshawu against the raiding natives attacked limo enemy Friday morning with two columns compris ing all hto available troops After a shory fight the lirltlsh troops dill lodged tie tribesmen from their post lions The British casualties aro atCO the losses ofthO Mo- btaandiatAnnt known Cfl241D A GOOD MORAL James Is Led to Understand the Value of Discipline James was a boy used to laving Ills own way In most things but occnnlon ally something Interfered with hum en joyment and then ho grew stubborn as a mule It was on a lovely morning early In September that James wanted to go fishing Im off mother ho called as ho was leaving tho porch Ill be back In time for lunch Oh but you cant KO nut this morn lag said his mother Joining htm on the porch I have some Indoor work for you to do So take off your cap and make ready for the Job James pouted and sulked ho gram I tt Two 15ycnrold Malden boys T Clayton White son of Dr Waller 11 White of 1 Perkins avenue and H Le land Ryder ton of Frederick T Ryder of Converse avenue have Invented a miniature elevated railway which la noiseless and more speedy than the cars of the thirdrail variety says the Boston Herald The road has been built In the base went of young Whites home Coil list 7G feet of track It has three cart and a small engine Everything connected with tho railway even to the cart was built by the two youngsters The power is received from a large generator which White built Young White In speaking about his Invention said I really believe that I have a better AN IDEA FOR THE BOYS They Use Many Devices to Trap Nab bits In Australia In Australia rabbits are no numcrout that they arc hunted as pests and de strayed for tho protection of crops In But Not Out Many devices and traps are used to catch them but none Is moro simple or efficient than the one shown In this Illustration A pit Is dug in the ground along a rabbIt run and two pieces of board swinging on a pivot placed over It As the rabbit strikes the board It Inclines and pitches him Into the pit swinging back Into poll tlon again by tho weight at tho other end These traps which are large enough to hold iOO rabbits are In common use are made by the whole tale and sold by hardware and imple ment dealers generally Other deathdealing devices for ex terminating tho rabbits are the poison carts which sell for about 100 each and fumigators costing 50 for pump log deadly gas Into the traps Neds Suggestion Where did you buy her mamma Asked tlire year old Ned of me- A he leaned over the dainty cradle Ilia new lUll sister to see An angel brought her darling I answered and hn united Then softly bent hi curly heal And kissed the sleeping child lint sudden change came ovrr him And he said If IM been you While I was about it mamma Id caught the angel too- Philadelphia Record curious The ChlM Are you the trained nurso mother said was coming Tho Nutse Yes dear Im the trained nurse The Child Letf tee you do sows jfyour trloVs bled tad complained ho fretted and f scolded so much that his aunt who t I sat In ft luimmook near by could restrain herself no longer Going up to the lad alto asked laying a hand on his ll shoulder James why do you try to breakIthat colt of yours The boy looked up In surprise Why I want him to be Rood fOrjnoiniithlnK nut he likes his own she ob i jested Why shouldnt ho have It James stared hard at hit aunt then I aIlIlWltrerIITil like to know the good of A horse that always has his own way As for Working the aunt con tlnucd I should think there was hue enough for that when ho gota to bean old horto Why dont you see If ho doeint learn when hes a colt James be gnn Then ho stopped grow red In the face and looked at his aunt nor pcallngly 0110111 he stammered 1111 what you arc driving at stint and l guess youro right Im not oven ay Kood as my colt Im an ass but Ill try to mend my temper And the aunt heard no more mm W planning IBOYS BUILD AN ELECTRIC ROAD cfAYTohrHJd system f ra small road than the lies ton Elevated Company has My curare practically noiseless and do not make the rumbling sound that can bt heard on the Uonton L structure 01 course a toad built like this on a largo scale would be dangerous to the public If not carefully guarded oa ao count of the two tracks being charged White and Kydcr are both pupils In tho Iklmont grammar school The farmer Is president of the concert known as the White l Ryder Railway Cow pany while the latter Is general mss tiger While and Ryder began construotint the road over six months ago and now everything Is completed and stands In spectlon Tho boys also came late tbeyInvented w EASY WHEN YOU KNOW HOW Drawing Which Can Be Made Without a Taking Pencil from Piper accompanyingdiagram tlon was that the pencil should not ba thedrawing nUneshowthe do tile trick After you have learnedbow test your friends on tho trick r jAstationThey t eachmomber s tho neck with baggage The youngest shUndemurely onher i Yes explained tho mother to a 4 friend Johnny was bound to brlnp d jfetchldtt yIfor he gave everybody to understand SriPreciselyfired Haltlmoro American 3 jTeacherCana v 1iJIJoHIrldM tbllocuoe 1 FROM CITY TO FARM Y withrnnlphntomeol btIa By ERNEST McGAFFEY Author j Tftmt of Gun and Roe OmdiQrjd ma of tli Town Etc- n Copyright by Juncpli U bowie A Camerain Country Various devices are used at differ ent times by city people who happen to rvhldo In tho country fur any length uf tlmo Sometimes a cheap phono Kriiph la purchsBcd with Its raucous blare of ragtime melodies mid blat ant monologue iomitlruim a pianola la harnusticd to tho Plano and muscu lar music ground out by means of liberal knee action sometimes tho baletul game of croquet Is employed to cko out the hours of those to whom time drags heavily lint for us a harmless necessary kodak was a neverfulling source ot pleasure and nmuHiiuunt nil during our stay on the farm Wo nover thought of going on a or n drive without carrying along l S Jour pictorial recorder in cone any new or strange crosNdtlr line of vision Our walks were n dally oc currence ruin hall or sunshine but whoa the weather permitted we car riM tho koduk Our drives wore more Infrequent being a matter of seeding in to town for a rig and making an aUxlny trip of It And In this latter way M n covoml the country tor ninny miles on all aides traversing the rlvor bottom nwilH and coming Into towns white tho bouios were no old that the wlnd and min and sun had bloorhwl and then browned thorn until they talked like frame mummies more nnalout than the human ones hilt century old In llfiyiitlas tombs A kodak Is au araMlng lltUo boast amt one no mere be dvtwmlttd on to do ho same hung twfoe than a rabbit aKiI no two of theta are alike You logy bono ono as I IUd moo and It may turn out uxcollunt pictures rog ilurly You zany buy one nnd It may nottuUtt tho habit of taking some good mind slave had ones Much lens so Hoy any II turned out axuetly alike but alas tIN human nklll ouch lens lint alike U Is ono of tho joys of amateur photography that you can aevwr be sure of any itartimlar ro cults Sometimes on a perfect day with all the care In the world tho plo tans will be not fnlloroM On other dsys gray days maybe whtm you had no llronio to expect any results at all- the pleluro taking will turn out to be a saruaming sucasL Tire boat general rule In using these V llttto machines Is to follow directions slavishly and not exjtccl anything In thou way you cnn every once In awhile surprise yqurtnlf with tho pictures you will get Sometimes tho sun will Im watching you and Just as you are about ready to map the slide tho victim nil hosed expectantly will dart Into a convenient cloudbank and stay there for an hour Thu sun can bo de- l ended upon to do this every time It gels a chance dont tell me that bray rnly bodies are not endowed with a sense of malignancy I havo seen a sun that rose on a comparatively clear day snake the most unseemly haste to get behind a bank of clouds when there was only one cloudbank insight and lay there for hours and hours until It was too late to take pic lures and then go down with a red grin on It ns much as to say got you that time The brat way II to hide the camera when you first start out for If time sun sees It you are apt to have trouble When you have studied the little book of Instructions that goes with the kodak you will find Invariably that there was something you overlooked when you first started out Thus J after taking ono picture It Is netes nary to turn the crank around several times In under to get tho next number on the spoor ready for exposure The directions plainly Indicate this but every once in awhile you forget thin nnd try to blend the composite of a flock of sheep with a woman spin ning at an oldfashioned spinning wheel or something equally as blend able And then when such a picture comes out there Is the spectacle of a flock of sheep trying to spin nn old lady Into a woolen stocking or a flock of spinning wheels trying to spin an old lady Into if sheep or a flock of old ladles trying to spin a sheep into a spinning wheel Always remember to turn the crank until thtf next number wine plainly Into view Another pesky nuisance Is that the plagued thing wont always Ktve out a dear click as you move the slide Beware of thin for It means that you are not taking pictures at sit but just going through the nil ions When you take out such a roll of films to develop you aro simply wasting your time on a pock of Jok ers for there hasnt been a single Im preimlon taken We once traveled on foot seven miles to take a family group and some Individual pictures and nil we gotfrom the Leexpos urn was a doxen beautifully assorted blursA camera Is one of tho beat things In the world to teach selfcontrol The man or woman who will use one a year the same one and not resort to the family shotgun or the ax to demo lab the machine for Its devilish in tenuity In onf of 0118odinlaying Its fanUslic capon is Mt only a wonder but a person thorough ly capable of bringing up children as they should bo brought up Some times a kodak will stick In Its case and poitmps a little dampness In tho atmosphere has caused It to swell out and refuse to budge After heaving away at it for an hour skinning your linger and making you wonder It this Is really a good world or not it is In order for your wife to take hold of it and lift It out with perfect ease look ing at you meanwhile with pain at your evident state of mind as depict ed In your corrugated brow Now that kodak hind deliberately let go Just then for sonic ulterior reason of Its own and It would have held on It you had kept at It forever It wasnt be cause of any little catch or anything like that nothing mechanical but ono of tho o llttlo occult dcmonlsms like the fondly scissors deliberately crawl log away and hiding In tho Icobox In taking animals It is well to re niMinbur that a horse or a cow is not nil tend This will bo driven into tho IntelllKenco after taking a few snapshots of those Interesting animals and having thorn show up with heads like tho pyramid side of a house and bodies that taper off to diminutive propor ions Take these brutes profile never head on and you will get bettor re suits Soinutlino of course Just as you are gutting tho most pleasant and Intelllgont look on n cow or n roster It will turn Its head or pick at Its feathers and spoil the effect Hut this Is ono of tho things which Is to bo mot with fortitude Bpoaklng of cows we never failed to got a cow In all ot our pictures There were so many cows In tho neighborhood and a cow Is such an Inevitable accompaniment of all rural scenery that wo very soon became reconciled to tho appearance of the phant cow In our pictures These kodaks havo a most roacliy habit In regard to perspective and while you may think you are only taking a lone tree or a family group you may be taking In a line of land that pretty nearly Includes the whole township In the direction in which tho machine Is iwlnted And somewhere on this anglo thoro will be a cow Klthe lying down or standing up or grazing or chewing tho cud or getting milked or driven In or out to pasture or try- Ing to worm through a fence or some other thing and when you get the picture back front the reproducers or do vnlop It yourself you can always bet on the cow Wo never had any particular trouble with sheep or bogs or horses They are not nearly so apparent as cows arc In tho country Sheep are fine ob jects send give very fine results In the way of snapshots either grazing on tho hillsides standing In groups or huddling at tho approach of a human being or lying In tho shade of the trees at noon they are always picturesque Hut It Is ono of the cardinal principles of using a kodak to have your object in the sun anti tho cam era fiend should have Ms Instrument of torture shaded so that a great deal of Ingenuity Is needed at times to get your animal out into time sun and Just whoro you want It In order to prepare for a successful snap Sheep are very suspicious and pan Inky creatures and are apt to stick their tolls up nod go baaing over tho hillsides Just when you have teased thom into an attitude of woolly curl osity This is ono of the uncertain ties of the sport and requires sturdy patience and Invincible good humor to counteract A horse Is different A horse Is ono of time ftilnest animals In the world next to than and rather likes to have his picture taken Out as for Intelligence n horse Is the most addlepated brute In existence Ho will shy at n bale of hay run back Into a burning barn from which he has just been dragged dad snuff at a wa ter trough as though It was full of bumble bees Hut he prances out to have his likeness took much as though he hough be was the pick of Itls tribe Tho best time for taking pictures M wo were Informed by our little book was between ten and tour but wo discovered that this dictum had Its limitations For Instance some of tho most sketchy and beautiful effects we got in landscapes wero taken after four oclock and even after five and the results gave a hazy shadowy feeling In the little pictures which was al most as good as miniature etching On a few ot the gray leaden days we got some of our clearest pictures and on some of the absolutely cloudy says we got some of our most notable tU urea It was a veritable lottery so fap asw wero concerned rot we never knew when we were going toget mood resultl or poor aura Asa fairly nit curate thing to go by wo could tell that when we wero most anxious to get good pictures they turned out miserably and that when we were not caring very much about it we got dreams The most Interesting work was In taking pictures of our neighbors and our neighbors children In taking a child core should always bo taken not to try to get the childs attention attracted If that Is done some of the weirdest effects In human physiog nomy pdgslbloiwlll bo the result TJM children will kive that halfscared halfshamed look which Is set common to regular photography and will beat tho moment of snapping as ab solutoly unlike themselves Inside and out as it would bo conceivable to Iraa glne And that Is one of tho mistakes of photography To take a picture right of a human being It should be taken with tho mask off Children wear masks when they aro noticed or told to look this way or that Men and worsen wear masks excepting when they are alone The result In that children should have their pictures taken when their attention is strictly attracted elsewhere than on tho pho tographar and grown persons should have their pictures taken from am bush Every biped from the ago of 1C upwards Is thinking about himself or herself when facing a photographer and the mask Is on Did you ever no tlco the difference that sleep or death makes In a persons features Well tho lack of self consclousneas Is the laying aside of the mask and never until people are painted or photo graphed without their knowing It will either portrall painting or photog havo fairly decently after all Flashlight1 pictures we never attempted There Is a limit in everything and amateur or even profe atonal flashlight photography so called Is tho limit of limits They give H ghastly jovial expression to oomo faces and a chalky corpselike deadness to others and a group ol flashlighted mortals Is certainly raphy be anything but makebelieve arts Wo got some good pictures of tho cblldriii when they were not looking and some excellent pictures of the men In tho Holds and elsewhere when they wore off guard but Just as sure ns they wero snapped when they wero ready goodby to any nat urn expression Taking babies was ono of tho extreme lottery features of the pastime and when taken indoors was usually a dim outline of a hnty patch of white dress Hut the parents always avowed It was us life like as anything they ever saw Landscapes wero our best hold for a landscape can bo depended on tti keep still and always wears Its perfectly natural expression according to tho season which happens to bo pass Ing just then Wo got pictures of quaint wooden bridges covered and built without a single bit of Iron In thorn nil mortised and pegged with woodon pegs and enduring through marry years Wo took old milldams where tho water had run since tho days of time deer and wild turkeys and great oaks that had witnessed the hegira of the Indians westward as It had waved over the flames ot their early cnmpflres Landscapes whore water Is a fea lure of the scenery take usually the best something about water seeming to aid In bringing out tho finer quail ties of n land scene as a bit ot silky ribbon will enhance the picturesque ness of a womans face Wo had some river and lake pictures that had the very breath of outdoors in them the rushes bending with tho moving winds and distant cloud shapes clearly though whitely defined It was cer tainly a fascinating and costly expert ence You got so that you wanted to take a jsnap of everything yoa saw and when you sent your films away to bo developed and printed It cost al most as much as It would to keep a yacht The craze grows on you and your judgment gets wobbly and you keep getting deeper add deeper into the clutch of tho unseen enemy We found that ot all the seasons autumn gave us tho best results at to sharp outlines and clear effects possibly this was because tho air was clearer then Summer ranked next as to satisfactory photographs and win ter effects were sometimes very good Indeed and often blurred We often tried to photograph the bird but I regret to state that most ot these pictures were failures The average bird outside of owls and herons are extremely volatile head up and tall down or head down and tall up hero one minute and there the next that we despaired of taking them suc cessfully The best way to photograph the average bird is to have him mounted and photograph him attar wards I got a very fair picture of a catbird once as those to whom the catbird was duly pointed out wero free to admit but as a rule photograph I lag tho birds was a sad waste Ot time energy and money 1 would creep cau bushy up to a robin sitting on Its nest and take Its picture and then when tho picture came out it would bo an elegant picture of everything but tho nest and time robin As for a moving bird it was about as easy ai photographing a brook trout in the waterOn the subject of birds nesjs sep grate and apart froOI tho blril them selves that Is a sorrowful page In our experience as camera fiends I have crawled up to the top of an apple tree to take an orioles nest and after using up holt a dozen films come down scratched and breothbless but with the proud consciousness of hav- Ing done It that time Then when the pictures came back each of them would represent a speaking likeness- o the top of an apple tree or other tree with a large wad of placid sky in the background but of the nest not a straw nor a hair It was tho same as to nests on the ground I would chase a bobolink from Its nest in the pas ture and draw back tho grass so as to get a perfect exposure Then I woild snap that nest four or five times and the net result after development would be a towzled tuft cf meadow grass with a dark spot In time center nut I never got a decent birds nest In all my stale and I tried tho catbird the jays robins bobolinks wabirc orioles thrughcs and others Mission of the Holy Spirit Suadajr School Lenora for May 10 1908 Specially Prepared for This Paper 1K8BON TEXTJo 15361031 Memory verse 11- OOMJKN TKXTI will pray the Father amt lie iilmll give you snottier Com Porter that lie mny abide with you for everJohn 111- 6SRIPTIriuA1 REFERENCES The Holy Trinity Matt 2819 Iuko IflS John 2022 Acts 632 2 Cor 1114 Kjih 118 X I John 868 Rev 2217 Xamm of the Holy Spirit John 1SI Item J4 Gal 46 1 Thea 48 Itch 914 1029i I Tit 1 11 13 414 Itev 45 The Holy Mrlt In the Old Testament Gen 12 83 Kr Sll3 Num 1718 Judg 634 Neh 99 30 Job B4 Pall 5111 12 lia EMI 4011 ft3 Kzi k 115 21 Joel 23 Mir 37 Zech 46 1210 Sins Against the Holy Spirit Matt li31 12 Mark 33 IActq 61 4 7C1 I1S20 Kpll 4JO 1 Thea G19 Heb 1019 The Holy Spirit and Prayer Zech 1110 Luke 1113 Ada 411 Horn 826 27 Eph J18 61S Jude M Tim Teacher and Transformer Luke 1212 John 368 1426 1611 14 Acts 24 28 S2St Jtom 82 II 14 16 1 Cor 24 914 316 12411 2 Cor 317 U Gal 61623 Z Pot 121 Rev 27 The Comforter John 1416 17 167 Arts 931 Horn 1417 1513 39 Gal 68 Eph 31416 43 618 TIMFThursday evening April 6 XT SO PLACE The upper room In Jerusalem Comment and Suggestive Thought ThlB lesson which follows Immedl ately upon last Sundays being another portion of our Lords last discourse to his disciples IB one of great and unique Importance The promise of the Holy Spirit says Maurice Is the characteristics ono of these pas elm conversations It IB that which illstlngulHhcft them from our Lords discourses to the multitude This was a promise to the disciples alone for tho world outside John 1417 could not receive tho Comforter their hearts not being prepared for him It was a promise precisely suited to the need of tho disciples In view of the coming separation from their Lord It taught them that there was to bo- no separation but that Christ In his Holy Spirit would still be with them Therefore It IB a promise suited to the need of Christians of all ages who long for a present guide comfort er and upholder The Holy Spirit is Christs successor among men and therefore what can ba more Important for Christs followers than to know him love him and obey him Our Lord disclosed him under five aspects I Tho Holy Spirit a witness to Christ vs JC 27 II The Holy Spirit a comforter in trial hII 17 III The Holy Spirit a Judge of time world vs 811 IV The Holy Spirit a guide to truth hs 121C V The Joy and power of the spirits reign vs 1024 Christ foretold what tho spirit would do In the world when he Is come Ho was to do three Wings 1 Heprove R Vconvlct tho world of It V in respect of sin Ily the world must be understood the yet unbelieving part of mankind so denominated because It was far the larger part when these words were spoken as It still IsAmerlcan Com mcntary The verb has a double sense of a convincing unto salvation and a convicting unto condemnation Al ford Tho sin of the world Is because they believe not on Christ v 9 It Is a notable proof of Christs di vinity that he the meek and lowly should select this unbelief In himself nil the only sin worth mentioning Yet Indeed It Is the toot of all other sins whatsoever It Is the reigning as well as the damning sin of tho world George Whltcfleld The es Fence of sin is living to self Belief in Christ Is the surrender of self Alexander Maclaren D D As belief of Christ is the beginning of all good for man disbelief of him Is the begin ning of all evil 2 The Holy Spirit would also con vict the world in respect of righteous ness because I go to my Father The first step Ih the spirits work Is conviction of sin the second Is the exhibition of righteousness The life of Christ on earth as tho pattern for all mankind being completed the spirit makes known to man the na lure of that life and thus shows what the nature of righteousness Is Cambridge Bible 3 The Holy Spirit would also con Alct the world In respect of Judgment because the prince of this world Is R V hath been Judged Tho prince of this world see John 12 31 1430 is Satan the ruler of all such forces of evil al Judas had now become Jesus know that there was a personal devil That settles It Deems However ludrlcous vullar superstitions may have made the no lion there Is nothing ridiculous nor anything which we have the right to call incredible In Chrlsrts solemn declaration that the kingdom of dark ness has a king Alexander Mar DI that the Holy Spirit only a condemnation and casting out of Satan but It Is an en lightenment of the righteous KO that they can form a Just Judgment regard- Ing the works of the devil I The spirit will guide us Into all truth Dear children said old John Tauler A D 1340 the Holy Ghost will not teach us all things In the sense that we shall bo given to know whether there will be a good harvest or vintage whether bread will be dear or cheap whether the present war will come to an end soon No dear children but he will teach us all things which we can need for a perfect life And especially he will shew you things to comeUae revelation given to John the consti tution of the church laid down by Paul and the other apostles 5 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE oat OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS a i A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages aa for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught in tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free teat booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to tit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course dO that a young wan 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 very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gem man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a flrstclafia certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free teed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berca College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money re celved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays in This great deficit la made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bc ca in order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protectftho character and reputation of tho young people Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge AH except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train- Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It Is expected that all will kayo a chance to earn as much as 35 cents f a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost k LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 136 a week In the fall and SLGO In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returnedkwhen the student departs Second an Incidental Fee fb help on expenses for care of school butts ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ol teachers all our instruction is a tree gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools 600 In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by tho half term Installments are as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250In one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 676- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 9940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations 91645 FALL 19OBIf weeks 12950 In ono payment 92900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit middle ot term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance is made for any fraction ot a week I- On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any llui plred fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On incidents fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you Save nade your Journey and are well 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 Fall term Is September 1C 1908 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary 4i WILL C GAMBLEBEREA l That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with twe blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moth tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for One Ddlar V i 11 q r That brings in luutcrintipns all the time If you have not got it yo + ought to have I ei n ITHEJ SCHOOL I Problems of the District School Chapter IX School Government fly rrf UIr PUNISHMENTEvery wrong act lias r natural penalty that Is certain to follow the act The penalty la Involved In the act Itself A burn or a blow Injures the tissue concerned and we suffer pain We may alleviate the pan but cannot remove tho Injury H wo cat something Injurious wo impair tho body In short If we disobey tho laws of health wo must suffer the consequences Wo may be sorry and may be forgiven the offense but we cannot avoid tho penalty The same Is true of our moral natures If wo break a moral law wo Impair cur character and must abide the consequences If wo toll an untruth wo Injure our character and Impair our reputation Our reliability has been tested and failed Wo may be forgiven but our weak spot has been discovered and we hall not be trusted to tho same ex tent soon again This Is tho natural penaltyNow a wiso and merciful Providence 9hasso arranged it that the ordinary I Infractions of the law are not everlasting The flesh of a child Is soft and delicate and must of necessity meet with a multitude of Injuries Nature kindly heals the bumps and bruises and toughens the nosh so that no harm remains The pain at tendant upon the Injury was however a warning to be more careful in future lest greater evils befall If tho child should lose an oye or a limb Nature cannot restore It Tho moral nature of childhood Is likewise tender and delicate and sub ject to many bumps and brulsos that bring pain and tears These are not hold against the child to his perma nent Injury but are forgot and lost sight of LIko the bodily injuries tho BUfierlug entailed Is a warning against future and greater offense that might result In permanent harm like loss of character or reputation If the conscience be seared or dos troyed there Is no recovery Corporal punishment Is not a nat ural penalty for a wrong act It is an nrtlflcal means of prevention that may be used when tho natural pen alty Is not apparent to tho child or does not act as a deterrent Dlsobed hence Is wrong because It Injures the moral character the unfailing penalty and may lead to serious con Boqiences as the loss of life or limb or reputation But the child to not conscious of tho moral loss and cannot understand the danger Immin ont o remote For example a child may be told not to play outside the yard the mason being tho remote danger of pass lug Yearns or a pond some distance nvrtv reasons which he cannot un derstand leaving no knowledge of such dangers The child left alone In the yard wanders outside has a good time and no harm results Mother or teacher said I am afraid you will get hurt but he did not get hurt is not afraid and determines to do tho same thing again If Opportunity offers The child cannot be made to see tho danger nor realize the sin plnpThe question now arises what kind of punishment will be most suitable L to the offense and most effective In preventing a repetition Whipping Is a quick and easy kind to admin ister and If severe Is likely to be effective The objection to It is that It carries with It no moral restraint It the child obeys hereafter It will i be because he fears another whipping and not because It Is wrong A better way might bo to tell him ho cannot play in the yard when there Is no one to watch him lest he wander away again aqd get hurt i Ho finds In a day or two that his 1 disobedience is costing him dearly and promises not to do so again and the privilege Is restored Let us suppose that for a few days v ho remembers his promise then when no one la looking ho slips out and by and by returns unhurt with no noo the wiser When play time is up the Mother inquires It he has remained in the yard all the time Knowing bo will bo punished if he tells the truth ho denies his disobedience and J goes free He now decides that ly- Ing pays and repeats the offense until ho Is caught Will she not have tor adopt whipping now as a last resort + He has not only disobeyed but has added two other and worsen offense breaking his promise and lying about it Here Is indeed oa difficult situation Many mothers will be driven to the rod perhaps accompanying it with a r moral lecture on the triple sin Let w it be said that whipping righteously p i11 hy- t i administered te far better than- I neclcct or scolding A better plan would bo to have a serious talk withI the child concerning his several faults and explain to him that he must obey and put him on longer probation than before If he repents he may be forgiven but cannot yet bo trusted Even it he promises he should be told that bo broke his pro mise once and may do It again This will show him the real penalty of lying namely that his word Is not trusted and will not servo him as it did before ho broke It When he fully realizes this and determines to herrcfter be faithful he should be trusted In some small matter and then In something more important and so continued until ho has been fully restored to his former position- In every case If the child can ba made to feel the natural penalty of wrongdoing it Is much better than a Urlcal punishment Many of the rules of the school however are simply for the comfort and conven lance of pupils and teacher and carry with their infraction no moral injury except that which is Incurred by die obeying For example If a child should persist In getting out of step In marching or In doing little things that are annoying it may not bo possible to punish him by depriving him of the exorcise whatever It is as that might be just to his liking In such a rose he must be told kindly but firmly that he must do its part If this does not suffice vig orous treatment must be administer ed Let him be deprived of some privilege that he will value or better still just make him do the thing he is shirking or slighting as ho ought to do it If the teacher is kind and firm In all his requirements ho Is not likely to meet with serious op position It Is the weak and vaell Itt pg teacher that meets with con tinual annoyance No punishment that is cruel orI torturing should ever bo thought ofI much less retorted to It puts tho teacher In the light of a tyrant and prtves to the pupils that ho Is out of harmony with them Harsh treat ment mllY cow the school and produce sullen obedience but It will bring unhappiness and cultivate bad dlt rofllHons and Is wholly to bo condem ned lvelyIrd Ttff dunce cop may convince a boy that he Is a dune but that Is the very thing he ought not to think Convince him that ho Is a dunce or that he Is the worst boy in school and he Is likely to accept tho sit J lIon end act on it Batter tell him ho is not any of these and you cannot be convinced that ho Is and he will not make any further effort In the wrong direction Let It be borne In mini that all wrong punishments h- ajur + tho teacher more than the pupils and render his future governments morn difficult Again punishments should always bo fair that Is they should bo In proportion to the offense Children have a wonderfully strong sense of fairness This Is their main depon encs on the play ground If one does n t play fair the others will not play with him That Is not fair Is their severest condemnation It is the In nate sencc of justice that Is one of tho strong points in our national character It will not do to ignore it nor override It It should be cul tivated In every once requiring punishment the teacher ohould ask himself what courro will be fair and just not only from his standpoint but from that of tho pupils If there Is a doubt lot the error be on tho side of fairness To go beyond justice Is looked upon as an outrago and arouses Indignation that IB expensive to tho teacher On the other hand If ho establishes a record of fairness ho will havo the school on his side a most desirable state of affairs In easy government It Is a favorite method with some teachers when an offense has been committed to hold court over it and reserve the sentence leaving the of fender in a state of dread and un carcail tty This is not right It is not In accordance with the Golden Rule Do unto others as ye would they should do unto you Aa much tim should be taken for deliberation as is required for a wise decision and no more The two greatest essentials to effectiveness are swiftness and c talnlty If punishment were cer tala to fall Immediately offenses would seldom be committed Lastly Inspiration Is infinitely better than threats or punishments The teacher who Is wholo saul d and en thusiastic who is constantly setting hlRh ideas of attainment boforo his pupils will have little need to resort to punishment There U something seriously tho matter with tho teacher who Is always punishing Such a one It ho cannot bring about a different state of atfirs would bettor stek some other vocation Ho should admit that tho trouble la In himself or In his methods search out tho cauw and ap ply n remedy Teaching Is too sacred a matter to trlflo with MADISON CONVENTION I vContlnutd hau Pint Page L Davlson as delegates from the 8th Congressional District to tho National Convention at Chicago and to vote for L W Bcthurum as n member of the Republican State Cen tral Committee Third Wo further Instruct our delegates to the convention at Shelby vllle and Louisville to vote in that body for resolutions favoring the nomintlou of Wm Howard Taft of Ohio for President of tho United States We believe that with that illustrious statesman and patriot as our standard bearer he will be triumphantly elected by the American eoplo over any Democratic competitor and that in the contmmntlon of that re cord he will receive the electoral vote of this Commonwealth But It Is not alono on tho score of avallablty that we advocate his nomination but be rouse as an eminent Judge a great War Secretary nnd an accomplished diplomats as a man of pure and stainless lire ho Is worthy over all others named for tho presidency and lecauso when President ho will carry on and enforce the policies pursued and principles advocated by that great etatosman who now holds tho Presidents office Fourth Wo heartily indorse the ad ministration of Theodore Roosevelt as one worthy all praise and which wHl bo looked book to In thu futurii an one to be clawed with that of Lin colnFifth Wo congratulate tho people of Kentucky on the election of Gover uo Wlllkon and feel confident tItby a wise administration of the State Government It will be seen that the eoaidenco of tho people In his pet riotism and ability and that of his associate In tho State tlekot was not misplaced Sixth Tho delegates from Madison county are Instructed to voto as a unit on all propositions proeentesl to either of wild conventions and on any question not covered by theee resolutions they shall determine by a majority of those present how the vote of Madison county shall be mat Seventh Tho following named Republicans are named as delegates to the convention towlt DELEGATES TO SHELBVVILLU AND LOUISVILLE C F Burnnm J W Caperton A W Titus Jas Sewell Torn necC CbadwoH E B Smith Cash Rawlins John Powell C C Wallace Juno Armstrong A n Burnam Chas Cullen N B Howard D P Black DIem Bmny Dan Phelps Robt Whlto E T 3urnatn Jno W Grldor Goo Todd Dan Logsdon WJ11 Tatum T S Bur nam L V Dodge Morgan Evans- C C Million Jno Gay Coo Lyons ALTERNATES Lewis Ncale Jv M Hurst Dr Guynn W P Baxter Pleas Evans Jas Jones II M Braughton W H Hendren M Hcndrcn Danny Bur rus Owen Lakes D C Wiggins W D Buckley W T Griggs William Oevorc Specd Taylor J A Stapp Cecil Hcndren Bill Ballew J a Morgan Waller Bennett Miller David son A R Burnam Jr Lucien BurnamThe chairman and secretaries of tho Republican Convention for Madison county assembled at tho Court House In Richmond Kentucky this April 2J 1908 hereby certify that tho foregoing resolutions were reg ularly adopted and that tho delegates therein named were regularly elected as delegates to the State Convention T S Burnam Chairman- E B Smith Stanley Frost Secretaries SANDCLAY ROADS The office of public roads at Wash ington has issued a farmers bulletin which contains the following reliable Information about the construction and value of sandclay roads The possibilities of the sandclay rood may not bo fully realized by the public for a long time to come still the progress being mado In this form ol road building In nearly every part of the United States is encouraging ruch benefits have come to Rich land county S C Pike county Ala Dallas county Ala Cumberland coun ty S Cand many other sections tbruout the Atlantic and gulf states from the use ot sandclay roads should C I ba a sufficient Incentive for a general study of tho subjco In those parts ot the Uultod Stales whore thoso ma terials exist In adequate quantities t and mid clay had always biei abundant in Pike county Ala BUl a combination ot tho two for road puiposcc was not thought of until four years ago At tho present time I the rf are nearly ISO miles of Buiul clay roods In Pike county which frnil practical purposes are as useful us watndam roads and which have vtabuit onesixth ot tho amount standard macadam of same or less width would cost In this section With title system the remotest section of tho county may be reached The first thing done In Pike coun ty was to find out which of the clays accessible would make a good road After this Important matter had been decided bonds were Issued to raise money to buy equipment This com ptlscd eight outfits of fourteen to sixteen mules each wagons plows scrapers and hand tools The extent to which this form of road construction can be used In pub 11s road Improvement thruout the country can hardly bo overestimated In iraklng small repairs to roads If Instead of filling mudholos with brush a few loads of sand or gravel from sand ham nnd gravel beds found along the streams In hilly portions ot the country wore hauled to tho road permanent Improvement would result For a large part of the country the saudolay road Is tho only road poe clblo or within the roach of the rural districts It requires less money to build than any other typo of road except tho earth road antI lens money to repair It la simpler In Its con struUIcn than any other oxcopt the earth road and lasts longer with the same amount of repair U I ot course Impossible to tile definitely the ooet ot this form of i MtruetM as It will be found toy y If wo assume however that the clay oan be procured within a mile of the road whisk Is to be Im proved aad that the oat of labor Is aboct SI per day and teams S3 per day the oat ot oonetru eLl ng i iwlve foot sandcloy road on a send fo ndatlni covered with day to an average depth ot six inches would be approximately for a dlntnnce of one mile 70G In onto changes of grade hey to be innde with cute and pills the cost wwi ld be proportionately greeter then thn figures given above THE POULTRY YARD God sour milk la fine for the little ohteks and the big ones too Give them some every day find beats far superior to any kind of roots 1 bang them up so that the fowls will have to stretch to get them Sitting liens are lice breeders This Is one reason why the Incubator Is to be preferred for hatching chickens It U not too lato to order a set ting of eggs la order to introduce sumo raw blood In your flocks Bettor dc It right away liens that are set outdoors In barrel nests will not only do better work but will bo loss likely to havo vermin to contend with I feed my chickens on boards that lire kept clean by scrubbing and since doing 8 i lcvc not pat a chicken with th gapes Tho accept In growing Mayhatched chickens H feeding wolf provide some shade n the ruin and see that tho choks pet some grton food Tho lIt thing that should bo done after IOUIOVDR the pretty downy chicks and their mother from the neat Is to destroy with fire the old filling In that nest If the chicks are not growing some thing is suro to bo wrong with the management Keep them housed from cold winds and dampness Chil ling lowers their vitality The first of May la a good time to set the turkey eggs as the woollier Is warmer and there Is loss danger of the cold rainy spells that so tell on the Aprilhatched turkey- A red rag hung to the top ot a fourfoot stick In the ground near the coop will give the hawks and tho rows a pointer that thoy had better keep away they are likely to mind It too Never fuss with the setting hen let her alone See that she Is con stantly provided with water and food so that sho can help herself at will and then allow her to do tho rest Sho knows hot business Before setting a hen clean up each nest scrub It out and sift a quart of coal ashes Into tho bottom Then mako n mat of newspapers saturate well with kerosene and place in the bottom ot the nest upon this sift an other quantity of ashes and then fill up with bright straw or other nesting material Such nests will practically be louse proof Prom April Farm Journal SECRET RATES GIVEN Do Express Companies Thus Aid the Mail Order Houses CONGRESSMAN SO ALLEGES Mr Anthony Presents Evidence to Show Violation of Interstate Com merce ActChicago Concern indicted For Illegal Use of Malls A day of reckoning seems to be In prospect for sonic of the big mlllor der houses which appear to have been violating the laws Congressman D II Anthony of Kansas who repre lents the Lcavcnworth district and is a son of one of the most noted edl tors In the history of his state and a nephew of Miss Susan B Anthony tho famous woman suffragist has furnish ed evidence to Postmaster General Meyer which is said to show that some of the mail order concerns enjoy secret cut rates from the express cow panles Congressman Anthony has been gathering facts to substantiate his statement that tho express companies give discriminatory rates thus en abling tho mall order people to ship their goods to country customers at rates low as or even lower than those suggested In the postmaster generals recent recommendation for the vstob Raiment of n parcels post Should these charges bo substantiated both the express companies and tho mall order concerns participating In this un derhand work arc liable to prosecution under tho Interstate comuicrca oct just as tile railroads and the Standard Oil company have been prwocutod for giving and accepting rebates on freight transportation Many country merchants oppose par eels last legislation llOtUfO they fear that it would give such an advantage to the mal order stores In the largo cities that the local retailers would be driven out of business Just how Mr Anthonys Inrettlaittotw may turn out Is n matter at conjecture but sboakl his statements be KutMtanttatwl by of ficial laves ag tlon It to orWwit that the dtecoverj of express rebates will tend to reconcile retell merchants to parcels post Itwtfdnttoa At any rata these charges coming from a mean of CoHRTewiMU Anthony standing houkl cause thetttaada of mall order IwtroM to think twtc before Mtroola lug hoses ftuipectetl of violating this highly Important law Those who be hove In oqt I rights to oil sad epochal pxltilegos t none will be Inclined to class tho mammoth mall order con corns with the Stamlanl OH company cad other prayeni on tlw public ooLI In Iowa the federal aathorlUea are going after owe malt orter coocora that of Sears ltcbw k S Co of Chi cage In soother way The federal relumlllantho nails to defraud It U Hosed that this concern sold toI n clthura of DM loIn s some points which It described In a letter to the prospective buyer as containing white lead and being manufactured In our own grant Mint factory wider the su pervision of tho finest paint exports The Indictment sots forth that the paints UW not contain white load and wore not manufactured In tho con corns own factory Seers Itoebuck k Co not iKwwaasIng a paint factory The other two counts noino a rural boughttwotho strength of 1U catalogue recom mendation One of those rings was said to contain pearls nnd sapphire + tho other p mrls and rublos Neither of tho rings contained tho Jewels men tioned according to the Indictment- As the catalogues and the rings were sent through tho malls a violation of the federal statutes Is charged Whether this Indictment holds or not there Is food for thought In the reflec tion that you cannot always get what you want by seeing n picture and de scription of It In a catalogue and send ing your money by mall without first seeing tho goods The local merchant keeps his goods In sight and tho purchaser always knows what bo Is buying Purchasing articles by mall is pretty much llko swapping pocketknives unslght and unseen Very frequently tho other boys knife Is not half so good a knife as yours but when you trado that way your knlfo Is gone It Is a good rule to Insist upon seeing the knife be fore making the trade At your I imd stores you can always see the knife and test the blades before buying Work For Live Improvement Society In small centers of population where Bono but tbo most general paws gov irn It Is necessary to form an 1m provqmcnt society to look after tho health and well being of the people ass whole says the Los Angeles Times The laws of hygiene must be observed Both sewers and surface drainage ihould be provided by tho people as u whole and where no city government exists this is a splendid work for alive society for civic betterment Beautify School Grounds Just at present Is a good time for all Interested to look over the local schoolyard and consider If It meets their Ideas regarding beauty shade protection educational value etc It It does not the time Is ripe to get busy with others whose Interest Is equal to yours and try to ameliorate present conditions so that this piece of public property will no longer be a reproach to those In control THE MARKET Korea Prices Eggs per dozen He flutter per lb1520c Potatoes Irah per lu100Apples per bu3 00 Bacon per lblOlle Liam per b12cLard per lb12c Chickens on foot per lb lOc Chickens dressed par lb 12e Live Steck Loutavlllo April 29 1908 Choice export steers G 00 C GO Light shipping steers 6 CO C CO Choice butcher steers 55 C GO Medium butcher steers 4 7G e re Common butcher steers 4 25 4 7G Choice butcher heifers 4 75 1i5 Medium butcher heifers 4 00 4 i5 Common butcher heifers 3 60 4 ClO Choice butcher cows 4 00 4iG Medium butcher cows 3 CO 4 l0 Common butr cr cows 2 75 s CO Canners l 25 4 u0 Choice fat oxen 4 60 6 to Medium oxen 3 00 4 25 Choice bulls 3 60 25 Medium bulls 2 75 I CO Common bulls 2 23 2 76 Choice veal calves C CO Ii 00 Medium veal ulna 4 W b 00 0GoodMedium feeders 4 00 4 60 Common feeders 3 CO 4 U Choice stock steers 4 00 4 hO Medium stock steers 3 SO 4 00 Commoi stoc r steers 3 00 s L Choice stock heifers 3S 3 Iri Medium stock heifers 2 75 3S Common mixed stockers 2 76 I fU Choice milch cows X 00 45 00 Medium mulch oovrs 96 00 35 00 I Common milch cows It CO 20 011 coos Cholee packers and butchers to to 160 bs I iO Medium paekvrs And bu hers JW to MO the I O Obotw pig MISMba 4 SI 4 60 Light ptga 1000 lbs 8 60 S U L phi shippers 1M108 IK f 10 b E9 Kouvfca 1MMO Ilk 210 4 lIS sass Choice fat sheep 6 00 C 9C Medium sheep I 00 4 00 Common sheep 2 00 I 00 Bucks 200 400 Choke lambs 120 G JO Good butcher lamb b 00 I M Cute and tallonda C 00 5 10 MESS IOIIK 19 C- OHAUBChoIce sugar cured llfat and special cun llllMs heavy to 11eIpr lb aides 8io res baconI1434ccon ntra Ifcc beUlea Hint fa Lea vy lie LARD Prime sum la U re IKo pure let la Uerc elOc la tabs ItUe DRIED BEEF lie EGGS Case count 13c per dos candled He- IJUTTlmllc por lb POULTRY Spring cilekeas small 16SCc per Ib largu ICc hens 12o ducks IJe- WJlEATNo 2 ISo No3 Me CORN No 3 whlto iOcNo S mixed 70e- OATSNow No3 white SIc No 3 mixed G2c- UYB No 2 Northern 91c No3 Northern SSc RIME ROYAL- I love to climb upon thy lofty heights And gaze Into the misty depths bo low Or lift my eyes to meet the shift flag lights That glance across thy sisters cap of snowITie there that nil the tale of human woo Is mufflgd in my car and I behold Tho endless beauties thou canst then untold SONNET The crawling caterpillar has not known Aught bat tho ragged leaves on which ho feeds Ho has no thought beyond his dally need Which urge him slowly on until hes grown Tho butterfly resplendent having thrown Ills empty shell among tho summers weedn Mounts up above the parching grass and Leed- sLearning of beauties to tho worm unknown And so wUh men Some are so watt in ton They do not think it is a part of life ITo strlvu for aught but to ha fed and clothed Others can rite above the ensnaring coil UiteI J LANDSLIDE BURIED CANADIAN HAMLET PART OF MOUNTAIN RUSHES TO THE RIVER AND TEARS PATH OF DESTRUCTION SOME ALIVE UNDER ROCKS AND EARTH r- ThirtyOne Lives Known To Be Lost Disaster the Result of the Spring Rains Which Have Deen Melting tho Snow and Ice Ottawa Ont April 7n appall ing catastrophe occurred ni daybreak Sunday morning by which the llttlo trench vlllago of Notro Dame do la Sntotto on tho Uovro river a tribu tary of the Ottawa river about 30 miles northeast of this city was partial ly destroyed by n landslide According to the latest estimates 31 lives wore list Tho place is remote from railway and telegraphic facilities and what de tntlll of the occurrence are known to the outside world wero brought by men oho left tho scene Sunday morning Ixforo nil tho ladles wero recovered Tho death list may bo oven more an Falling The Ilsvro Is n narrow canon Bko stream flowing between tow a P Ing walLi of clay which lien on n lower I strata of rock Spring rains perco lating through the earth mused tho helllllOllIbodThe slide occurred without warning n plccn of territory halt a tulle long and attending hock n hundred yards from iho river and on which were two dwell ings suddenly gave way and crashed right acroui tin river completely block Ing tho channel and overwhelming a row of MX houses and other buildings in tbo cippofello bank situated at a lower nltltudc Tho ground which slid away formed sort of hill about 100 feet higher than the surrounding territory Of tho Vnnwn dond 11 bodies had bean rocov rest at latest reports but 30 colTlns mid n corps of doctor and undertakers left for the scono Sunday evening In several oases ontlro famltio wero wiped out almost Instantly whll ftslcop in their beds As In all French villages practically all the families mt Intermarried so that nearly ovary rtwldenl of the place has lost some rel alive The sctuios among the sun Tlmra of the aUMtrophe were heart raiding In thir oxtrume but work wni htKim at onco with RMlotaiici from the Hiirroundlng districts in digging eat the IxxlliM dome oC which how orw may never be recovered The street IK completely blocked by the gust seas of earth and the water Pained up which U cauHlug an lin inno flood threatening further do Mruftlcn along tho river CHILD GAVE CLEW That Led To the Arrest of a Brutal Murderess Philadelphia Pa April 27 Through Information furnUhwI tho polio ite jwrtrntflt by a 10ycrold girl Mary Pnulentn Superintendent of Pollco Taylor ordered the arrest of Mrs Nleol letia IVmittl igcd 33 of 8707 Krrtls street who is charged with brutally nturdoriBg Carmela Mancluzzo aged 70 years of WIG Woodland avenue last November The police believe now they have cleared it deep mystery that has battled tho entire detective force for moro than five months Mrs Mnncluzzo was found by her husband on his return from work No vcmlHT 4 last with her throat cut front oar to car and her skull crushed 700 that she had carried was missing No claw was loft by tho murderer A day or two ago 10yearold Mary Inulcnta went to Detective Ulrlch Pal tier nnd old him that sho had overheard the Pcrrettl woman confess to lier mother that sho had killed an old woman u few months ago The mother onrlrmcd tbo story SuporlntenlentItTnylora 0111011 wee confronted by Mrs Iruiientn and tho child At first sho denied having inada the confession but later on admitted It Gave Alarm Jollot Ill April 27 Another myste noun fire even moro serious In Its re suits than that of three weeks ago swept through n part of the business nectlon ot Juliet Sunday morning re suiting In louses of over 300000 and tho complete destruction of Joliet largest deportment store known as the lioston store Shortly after C oclock Sunday morning thrco newsboys noticed smoke coming from the windows on tbo fourth floor of the Wlciitt block in which the Boston store Is lo cotedTho firemen on their arrival found that tho entire Insldo of the building won n mass of games The Maze had apparently started near tha elevator shaft In the basement Robbed the Church Now York April 27Whllf worship rs at tho Church of Our Lady ol Mercy Brooklyn wore celebrating the dedication of their now church with a parade some thief slipped into tilt church nnd stole tho days collections Cotton Mitts To Close Spartanaburg S C April 27Tl1c closing down of tho cotton mulls ol North pJid Pouth Carolina July 1 whlcl was decided upon at a meeting ot rep rcscnlatlrca of all mills hero aril throw 30000 or more out ot work LIQUOR lAW IS HELD VALID ILLINOIS STATUTE UPHELD DY THE SUPREME COURT Local Option Men ure Passed by the Legislature Last Year Is Do Glared Constitutional Springfield IIITho supreme court Thursday handed down an opinion In the John McBride appeal case hold- Ing that the local option law which was passed by tho legislature last year Is constitutional In every re spect Tho court Is unanimous In Its decision livery point on which tho law was attacked la gone Into by tho court and no section of It but what Is pronounced valid by tho supreme court Tho supreme court holds that the title Is not detective that tho law does not Interfere with interstate com merce that It does not conflscato property because the saloon keeper Invests In furniture and fixings knowing that ho Is llnblo to have his license revoked at any time under tho old law oven and that tho now law does not create any new offenses The higher court also holds that tho United States stamp Is prima facie evidence that tho man Is engaged in tho sale of liquor that In case of elec lions without notice for which It provide such elections If hold would tx Invalid but that this does not Invall date the act Itself Tho supreme court holds that the legislature may creato districts like a county or town ship and that If tho voters In the district shall decide that Intoxicating liquors shall not bo sold In tho die trict then a village or city in this die net created cannot permit the solo of liquor Tho sale of liquor IT medicinal purposes by druggists Is never regarded as tho saloon buslncts says tho supremo court Regarding the returning of the sa loon licenses creating a debt the su premo court holds that when a man gets a saloon license and cannot use It tits municipality Issuing tho license Is morally bound though not before tho passage of the law legally bound to pay It back to him One of tho principal objections was that tho law permits tho legislature to delegate legislative powers to the Pea pie by permitting peoplo In localities to adopt the law Tho supremo court says that from the beginning to tho end tho supreme court of this state has hold that to bo legal YOUNG ROOSEVELT IN BALLOON Theodore Jr Makes an Ascension with Capt Chandler Washington Theodore Roosevelt Jr with Capt Fltzhtigb Ixo tho prosl floats military aide and Capt Chand bar of the signal corps in charge of ho experiments with army balloons made an ascension Wednesday from this city Shortly after tho start an accident was narrowly averted by the throwing out of ballast after which tho balloon went up nail began tho journey in a northerly direction Tho Associated Press at 1010 oclock Wednesday night received tho following dispatch from Capt Chand for at Wilmington 01 Signal corps balloon landed safely four inllo north of Delaware City Dot 616 p m Theodore Roosuvilt Jr and Capt Leo passengers Chand lot pilot GEN LINEVITCH IS DEAD Noted Russian Commander Succumbs to Pneumonia St Petersburg Lieut Gen Line vltch aldodocamp to Emperor Nich olas nnd commander of tho First Manchurian army died from pant monia Thursday evening Ho had been 111 for a little over a week and on several occasions serious symp toms of heart failure had manifested themselves On Tuesday ho had n serious attack of heart failure from which however ho recovered satis factorily but Wednesday It was found necessary to perform an operation otter which tho patient gradually be came weaker ALTON IS DEFEATED AGAIN Supreme Court for Sixth Time Decides School Case Springfield IIIFor the sixth time tho supreme court in the celebrated Alton school case has reversed the findings of tho Madison county circuit court and remanded the case with In structions to return a verdict finding that tho mayor and city council and hoard of education of time city of AIi ton are unlawfully keeping the two children of Scott Bibbs a colored man from attending the white school In that city nearest tho Ulbbs home This case has been In the courts for ton years and former Oov and United States Senator John M Palmer of this city was one of tho original nt torneys for Bibbs La Crosse Manufacturer Dies Ln Grouse WIs Jacob Kohlhnus a lending InmlncRs mini and manufactur or died Friday aged 79 Mr Kohl II all II founded the first sash and door factory In western Wisconsin In 1854 Mlifers Drop W D Haywood Denver Col Formal announcement was made In Fridays issue of tho Mi ners Magazine tho official organ of the Western Federation of Miners that the executive board hat terminated the services of William D Haywood on a representative of the federation in the field Hanged for Wife Murder Richmond Va Daniel Jejkaon was hanged at Emporla Friday for wife murder He confessed the orlrae on the scaffold DUG DE CHAULNES IS DEAD HUSBAND OF THEODORA SHONTS SUCCUMBS TO HEART DISEASE Tragic End of Love RomanceFrench Nobleman Passes Away in Arms of His Wife Paris1n the presence of his bride of less than thrco months Emmanuel Theodoro Bernard Marie dAlbert do Lttyncs dAllly ninth duke of Chaulnes and of Plcqulgny and marquis of Dan geau died suddenly from heart failure at 11 oclock Thursday night in his apartments In the Hotel Langham in the Rue Iloccador The physicians summoned to attend the duko In his sudden seizure officially gave the cause of death as embolism of the heartTho duke for years had suffered from n weak heart and fur somo tlmo had been subject to fainting spells Several times after his arrival hero he consulted Dr Hrnrl Iscovcsco In an effort to obtain relief from his nil ment The duchess was holding tho duko In her arms when ho expired She was overcome by grief and could not bo persuaded by some of her Amer lean friends who visited the apart ment to leave the bedside ot her dead husband and kept vigil there throughout tho night Tho duko and duchess who was Miss Theodora Shonts youngest daughter of Theodore P Shonts of Now York wero married In Now York February 16 of this year The wed ding was a brilliant social function anti tho end of the brief honeymoon was sudden and tragic Since tho ar rival of the couple hero a month ago they had lived comparatively quietly at tho Hotel Langham taking an or cnslonnl automobile ride In the aft ornoon and In the evening dining with Intimate friends or going to tho theater FOUR MINERS DIE 100 ESCAPE Explosion In Shaft at Ellsworth Pa Almost a Catastrophe Plttsburg Pa Four men wero killed three seriously Injured and 100 others had n narrow escape from death Thursday when an explosion occurred In mine No 1 of tho Ellsworth Collieries Company at Ellsworth Pa Washington county Tho dead are foreigners Their bodies were man gled and badly burned It Is supposed the accident resulted from an ac cumulation of gas In a new entry be coming Ignited In some manner at present unknown Deputy Mine Inspector J W Lou thltt arrived at Ellsworth late Thursday afternoon where ho Is making a complete Investigation Unusual pros ence of mind Is said to be responsible for about 100 miners escaping from tho mine Although the concussion throw them to the ground all retained their composure nnd after great dif ficulty reached the surface Crime of a Jealous Man Belvidereu1flMaddened by the knowledgq tint another man was pay Ing attention to his sweetheart Mourls Rongston Thursday morning shot Miss Igrld Apploholm probably mortally wounding her Rushing from the house Into the highway ho then put a bullet through his heart Oldest Man In Canada Dies Winnipeg Man John McNabb tho oldest man In Canada died on the shores of Lake Manitoba Ho was born In western Canada in 1800 and would have been 108 years old In Au gust lie had been In the employ of the Hudson flay company from boy hood Miners to Vote on Strike Springfield litTho coal miners and operators of Illinois have reached the parting of the ways so far as the joint scale committee Is concerned in the settlement of the wage scale and it Is now up to tho rank and file of the united workers of the slate to deter mine by referendum whether a strike shall be ordered to compel the Illinois Coal Operators association to pay tho wages of firers employed In the mines This action was determined upon by the miner Friday after soon EXBRITISH PREMIER DEAD Sir Henry CampbellBannerman Passes Away at London Home London Sir Henry Campbell Ban normon former British premier died Wednesday at his official residence 10 Downing street Tho end was peace fulTho death of Sir Henry after a lin goring illness of more than two months did not coma as a surprise Although the doctors bulletins bad not declared his condition critical that fact was perfectly understood and tho public had been expecting tho an nouncement of his death at any hour during tho post fortnight Sir Henry CompbollBannerman was born September 7 1830 lie was the flV Sir Henry CampbellBannerman youngest son of tho lato Sir James Campbell of Stracathro Forfarsblre somo tlmo lord provost of Glasgow Ho assumed the additional name under tho will of his maternal uncle tho late Henry Banncrmon of Hunton Court Kent who bequeathed to him a largo estate For nearly 40 years ho sat for tho same seat tho Stirling burghs and his record of office goes back to 1871 when ho was financial secretary to the war office which post ho held a sec ond tlmo from 1880 to 1882 Sir Henry became premier In 1905 and tho election of that year gave him tho largest majority ever given a Brit ish premier During his term as premier as In deed throughout his entire life Sir Henry showed a dogged determination that won him many adherents and countless admirers MINNESOTA LAWYER SUSPENDED Capt Hart Disciplined for Criticising the Supreme Court St Paul MlnnA special supreme court appointed by Gov Johnson con sisting of five district judges of tho state Friday rendered a decision sue pending Capt Francis D Mart a Min neapolis attorney from practicing as an attorney and counsellorat law In any of the courts of Minnesota for a period of six months The charges against Hart upon which petition for his disbarment was based arose from nis letters to Coy Johnson and Chief Justice Start of the supremo court In December last passing severe criti cism upon the supremo body regarding three cases doclaod by that body In which ho was counsel for the defeated parties Dynamite Shatters Town Eagle River WisSix hundred pounds of dynamite In a burning ware house 400 feet from tho business section of this city exploded Friday Six business buildings wore wrecked Fronts of other buildings wore blown In and nil of the structures are partly demolished No one was killed In the explosion Tho damage Is estimated at 15000 England Keeps Famous Flag London The flag of the American frigate Chesapeake which was taken by II M Shannon June 1 1813 and which recently was sold at auction In this city has been presented to the Royal United Service museum by Wil liam Waldorf Astor This is the first Intimation that Mr Astor was the purchaser of the flag though It was announced at tho auctian that the agent who secured the trophy was act 1IrAstor mous bugle of Balaclava 1 Most News From All Parts GAGGED AND TIED TO A BOARD Are Prison Inmates While Brutally Lathed With Bloody Strap Frankfort KyTo make clear his position as to tho charge against him that ho had not maintained the disci pline desired by the Cu who have a contract on convicts in tho state prison here George P Chinn of who was re moved as warden of the a tow days ago gave out a statement declaring that treatment accorded to the prisoners was sickening Ho says that so rigid is the disci pline required that moro than 1200 lashes had been applied to a single that tho strap used by the guards In their brutal work was a threeedged affair and that when he went Into the place as warden and had It destroyed that It was covered with blood Ho says that n defenseless prisoner who was lashed because ho was unable to complete his task was taken to u remoto corner of the ccllroom strapped to a board a sheet stuffed Into his mouth and given twenty lashes and so brutal became the treatment and so fearful were the convicts of the lash they actually cut off their fingers in order to bo sent to the hospital when they saw that it was Impossible to complete the days labor that had been assigned them A rigid of the charges will be made not only by state offi cials but by the grand jury COUNTER CLAIM For Starved Cattle Against Distillers Sustained By Courts Frankfort a telegram received here Information is conveyed that William F and Roger Llllard ct Anderson county among the largest dealers In cattlo in Kentucky had tho judgment ot 7000 given by the ills trict federal court here against tho Kentucky Distillers and Warehouse Co ot Louisville confirmed by the United States court of appeals at Cln cinnati The company sued Lillard Bros for 10000 to cover pay for slop ping cattle at Cedar Brook Distillery Anderson county andtbey flied a coun ter claim for 19000 alleging that tho company permitted 61 head of cattle to starve to death Lawyers Will Not Secure Fee Frankfort Ky Attorneys Perry and Middleton ot Louisville will not Bo cure a fee for defending Murderer William Van Dalsen who was recent ly hanged at Louisville for killing his sweetheart Fannie Porter Tho court ot appeals decided that tho property turned over to them by Van Dalsen was not his property There was no effort or Intention on tho part of Van liaison to deceive his attorneys as the transfer of tho property to him was mado in good faith Ready For Riflemen Frankfort KyTho state has closed a contract for the lease of tho UelUchi property at Kennebec Station which will be used as a state rifle range this year It is the same property used last year as a state rifle range Cnpt Jackson Morris assistant secretary of stato will coach tho team Everything Is in readiness for the practice work to begin May IH Jury Dismissed By Judge Evans Paducah Ky Being unable to agree on a verdict tho jury in the two 50 000 damage suits ot Robert Hollowell and wlfo against John Hollowell his brother and 27 other alleged night riders ot Caldwell county for whipping them and driving them from tho state was dismissed by Judge Walter Evans In tho federal Libel Charged Frankfort KyIn connection with the indictment of Alvin H Seecamp who Is charged with criminally libeling Gov Becklmm by ot an article In his paper the Criterion April 11 tho Franklin county grand jury also indicted the Franklin Printing Co of Louisville publisher of the article At Sons Grave Louisville Ky Christ Walbaum A butcher took strychnine as he sat near tho grave of his little son Ezra Wal bnum in Eastern cemetery Walbaum appeared in tho office of Lawyer Din widdlo and pleaded with his wife to return to him She had filed a suit for divorce Sho refused Soldiers Are Mum Owingsvllle KyThis town was thrown Into excitement by the arrival ct a squad of soldiers Tho soldiers preserve an air of mystery as to their purpose All that they will tell Is that they are under orders from tho gov ernor Receiver Asked For Bank Owensboro KyThe Owcnsboro Savings Bank and Trust Co made ap plication to Circuit Judge Blrkhead for the of a receiver to take chargo ot the bank and all Its property Revoked License Frankfort YState Insurance Bell revoked the certifi cates of authority to do business In the state of Kentucky ot tho Globe ft Rut r rs and the North River Fire Incur L ice Cos both of New York city 1 Kentucky GleaningsI Important Gathered IIIHogeMontgomcry Harrodsburg penitentiary prisonerHo investigation KyThrough court- Criminal publication appointment Commissioner KILLED IN A PISTOL FIGHT Was Former Leader of United Mine- Workers of Kentucky Central City KyIn a desperate re solver battle between Jamea D and John Woods brothers and John Mo Gann former chief of police James D Woods fonder president of the United Mlno Workers of Kentucky was in ttantly killed his brother John desperately wounded and McGann shot but not fatally The shooting took place at a railroad crossing Tho men renewed an old quarrel and after a few words began firing When tho smoke cleared away James Woods was lying on tho grounl with five bullets In his body dead Ills brother lay nearby with a bullet in hU bowels nnd tho expoliceman hafta bullet In his hip Tho shooting was tho result ot an old grudge covering a period of sev eral months The city council of Central City recently became deadlocked over the election of Wrymo Woolen to succeed McGann as chief of police This and other personal troubles promoted the duel- CHARTERS OF FOUR TOWNS In Kentucky Robbed of Important Section By Clerical Error Lexington KyThrough a clerical error charters of cities of the second class have been technically shorn of a section which provides the number and qualifications of members of gen oral councils the manner of their elec tion and the rules covering them The cities ot Lexington Covington Newport and Paducah aro equally af fected The error dates back to iDud and can not be corrected until another meeting ot tho legislature It Is tho opinion of Lexingtons City solicitor Col J Embry Allen that neither the election of members of the four present councils or tha nets of the four councils since the passage ot the 190G annexation act Is affected This unique state of Affairs proba bly without precedent was brought about by tho mistaking of tho figures I 11 for the Roman letters II I Masked Men Rob Bank Bandana KyFour masked robbers after taking possession of tho Cumberland Telephone Exchange compelled Assistant Cashier B H Hahs of tin Ballard County bank of Bandana to unlock the bank and open the safe for them The robbers got away with 1000 leaving labs and tbo telephone operator bound in the telephone ex change Awarded 500 Damages Frankfort KyA bump on the shoulder of Mrs Ora Williams of Lou isville when being jostled from her peat by tho sudden starting of a street car will cost the Louisville Street Rail way Co 500 as sho was awarded that sum in damages by the court ot ap peals The Chief Gets Even Louisville KIn tho trials of Geo Franks las Harris and Thos Bailey suspected felons Chief Hanger sprung a surprise Ho recognized them as tho men who attempted to hold him up In Chicago flvo years ago They were sent to the workhouse for one year Indiana Company Gets Contract Versailles KyTho city council awarded the contracts for tho Installation ot waterworks and sower system In Versailles to the Shcfold Co of New Albany Ind nt 32000 for the waterworks and 20500 for the sewers There were four other bidders Refuses To Talk Frankfort Ky Bleeding to death due to a bullet wound In his neck Eu geno White a mulatto was found at the home of Topsy Robinson When arrested ho declined to give any In formation whatever in regard to the perpetrators of tho crime Killing tho Fish Frankfort Ky Accused of turning refuse oil from its plant at Georgetown into the north branch of Elkhorn creek polluting the water and killing the fish in that noted bass stream tho Indian 011 Refining Co was indicted by tho Franklin county grand Jury Judge Kelly Summoned Lebanon KyJudgq O G Kelly aged 70 years for several terms judgo of tho Marlon county court and for merlymayor of this city died sudden ly at his horns hero due to heart trou blo Ho is survived by a widow and seven children Slain KentuckIan Is Found Lexington KyThe body of Paylon Strunk was found in an isolated section of Pulaskl county with n gunshot wound through the heart No clew to the murderer has been found but evi dence ot a struggle was shown Boy Shoots Stepfather Lexington Ky After abusing his stepson Samuel Smith 17 C C Vial taco was shot and fatally wounded by tho boy The shooting was caused by trouble between Wallace and his wife Smith siding with his mother Soldiers To Aid Authorities Plnevllle Ky Company 1 Second Kentucky regiment left this city for tho scenes ot the night riders ac tivity Ills said that the company will proceed to Trlgg county to aid the M Uorltlcs there r i 0epaeiatitlt r8J 111rri1 0lNlJ ISiv6ililtNrl CCAdYLI JA1 YuY0i ilbb8lt iGiO eD I East Kentucky Correspondences i gNew You Get Nowhere Else i 0 iII tpnpwdrna rukUiked lerged in laU ey life wnttr IM us o ti lOt Lr gibbons Ict AI a ndut of ps IlItll Writ plud- rneeosooeosrroioloOWo It Mooeolo osoooottotDO OOO U odeolea0 MADISON COUNTY mo IIiLL Big Hill April 25 Sunday schoolI was organized at Mote April WIlllo Casteel had a working last week Richard Golden from Blue Lick spent Easter with Mr and Mrs Jake Haley Curt Roberts from Lex ington was the guest of his par ents Mr and Mrs Tim Roberts at Mote Preaching services were held April 19Prof P IIat Narrow Gap Plttman and Miss Nettle Haley were the guests ot Miss Lucy Hayes April 21Mrs Julia Hayes Is weaving u carpet for Mrs Stella Settle Mr William Davis and family of Cor bin are visiting friends at this place Mrs J II Harrison and daughter Bess were at this place April 25r Miss Etta Azblll Is spending a few days with her grandparents Mr and Mrs M D Azblll Mr and Mrr John Wilson of Illinois have moved to their farm at Cow Bell on account of Mr Wilsons health MIKtASTLE CtUITTR- OCKFUKD Rockford April 27Mr J J Martin lost a fine horse Saturday Mr and Mrs J C Gulnn of Conway were visitors near Rockford Sunday The Sunday school at Scaffold Cane Iti progressing nicely with a good at tendance Everybody come out at 10 u m Also next Saturday and Sunday is regular preaching thereMr r C Viars went to Berea Sunday on business Tho Rev Mr Alcorn prea ached at Macedonia last Saturday and- y Sunday Mies Virgie Martin has returned to her home after staying with I her sister at Borea Miss Beulah Viars visited her cousin Miss Reecho 1rToddSunday night i noniMrr Robinet April 5Tho Rev Mr Close entertained quite a largo crowd at Lone Oak last Sunday preaching Sid Martin and John Phil lips wade a business trip to Livings ton Friday the 17thW M Powell vas taking the school list hero last week Ncal Robards is working for Allen and Sons rafting Thomas Doles Is going to have a large boun Ity of tie timber worked Ho expects w make about 1000 ties Ellas Car penter is on the puny llstrMolapl Drew Is 111 with something like stom ach trouble Ho says that ho U about to recover James Grlphen of Ccokflburg passed thro Loom last Siindiiy Martha and Maranda Car pcntt r pro preparing to visit friendsI I on Burch Liu i Mary Mull Ins who has been 111 Is able to partly do her i home work asalnJ W French had j a fencing and got a fine days work done last TuesdayCary Barnett has been staying with Ella Carpenter for the pst week The panic seems to I be over here since the tie market i has come back Orvet Brewer and wife of Berea are here this week Irank Hawkens of Rose just commenced planting Monday Suslo fl Carpenter Is preparing to go to Whitley County where she expects to make her home- WHITLEY COUNTY coniiiN- Corbln April 27Mrs Mary Wilson echo has been sick for the past five months passed away Saturday Age about 70 years Rev S A Sutherland and Rev Long will leave Mon day for Winchester to hold a meet IngRev H F Dunagan and wife tvent to AVlllIamsburg Saturday on- t the train run from CorbIn on account of the county convention Mr Taft got 10C5 votes and Mr Fairbanks 795 Air Grant Gamble has been sick for the past few daysSIr Ashley Dun p 1 gan Is very low with fever Tho new opera house Is almost ready for business Mr Alex Dunn has purcha sed a car load of best Portland com cent and wants to do your concrete at a reasonable price Business was Saturdaytradlug Saturdayto fog better In Corbln Miss May Likes and her friend Miss Liza Wyrlck vis ited Llehuo Cappg Sunday and report hasbeenweekr 0 OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Tsand City April 24Farmers are M ofrainSat Island Creek this week on busl tlod4ei nccday April 16John F Brewer Judge of this county left for Frankfort a few days ago oa business The r1=LM = I Ipjuiul City new storo conducted by J C Gentry Is doing a fine businessI o titriff Lovenhart and deputy of Jac Leon County were in this County a few days ago Fifteen dollars re- wInd has been offered for tho body of Durham who was drowned near l1rThc Rev Harvy Johnson preached a wonderful sermon at Oak GlOve Sunday at 11Johnlo Chad well who has been working for the Freeman Portrait Co has returned home Deputy Sheriff Allen of this County Is at Island Creek on busi ness todayD C Edwards candidate for reelection ta congress addressed thi people cf Island City Wednesday the 22d TiHCKirr Vincent April 25Farmers are taHnc advantage of tho tine weather planting1 corij Mr W C Hamilton has quit the tlo business and gone to wiling fruit trees and reports a grnnd euccesa of same having sold 175 worth lr five dnysT B Ven able nag In Bcattyvllle Saturday on tu1nEFIJano Turner has moved In to the dwelling recently vacated by Rolo Ventblo on the land of J C Botner B N MInter Is confined to his bed with favor at presentEd Hurst was over at McKee Monday swapping horses and some mines business The singing and Sunday school at this place are progressing fine Mr James Bother singing teacher and Mr Patrick Maysc Supt of Sunday school ESTILL COUNTY FOX Fox April 26The farmers have been making tho soil roll since the ground has gotten dry enough to plow Mrt Anne Click and Master of Mr and Glendon were tho guests Mrs Nelson CurtisMr J McMurry of Mercer County visited and took part In the Sunday school at Bethel todayDr It B Combs of College Hill accldently shot himself In tho leg and has been suffering a great deal from tho wound but Is improving nowVe are having another small tide In the river from Fridays hard ralne John King passed to rest on the 4th Interment In tho Hawkins burial place Mrs Lelia Shearer of Ford Ky Is visiting at her fathers N E Curtis Wo are sorry to learn that Mrs Shearers health la not so good as usual Wm H Rose says ho will soon have water melons for the boys to thump on lIe planted part of his patch last weekThe Republicans hold a con vention at Irvine the 25th and elected Judge K Noland County chairman Also choose delegates to go to the roventlon which meets at Winchester nnd Instructed them to vote for Jas Wallace of Irvine as a delegate to the national convention to Instructor Taft for president The Fairbanks men made a strong fight but were de feated Mr Robert Shearer Miss May and Dela Curtis were the guests sf Mr and Mrs C H Click last Sunday Mrs C H Click Is having good success with her poultry She has 94 young chickens hatched off and 48 eggs and C8 turkey eggs to hatch out soon CLAY COUNTY YINis Vine April 23Mr Gilbert Grimes and wlfo returned from Cincinnati Tuesday Mr Bud Shell got his leg hut very badly last week but la Improving The little son of Tip Banks fell front the fence and got his leg broke but Is Improving nlco lyMr Skill Brewster is Improving slowly The body of Tom Durham has not been found Ho leaves a wife and two children to mourn his death Mr Johnny Williams Is vis- Iting frlcnda and relatives near here Miss Nancy Burns of London Is visiting her brother this weekMr Henry Ferguson and wife visited Jim Grimes Saturday night Mr Jep tha Wolf and Mlsa Emily King were marrIed last Friday at the home of the bride Mlsa Mattlo Montgomery died last Thursday She left a father mother and a host of friends to mourn her loss Although we mourn not like those who have no hope for WB know sho has gone where no pain or sorrow ever come- JACKSON COUNTY AHNVILLK Annvllle April 27Dorn to the wife of Nick Icon on the 23rd a fine girlMr Joe Johnson got in last Friday from Lc llo County with a good drove oC cattle They seem to be high ant scarce Owing to the wet weather the farmers are mightily behind with their spring workMrs 0 Dr Goodman and Miss Mattlo Mod lock wore at McWhortcr last wea- nshoppingMr Frank King and wife are taking c two weeks visit nt his sisters homo In Bristol TonnIr SVIlloa Bolchor of Jackson passed thr here yeetordayDr A T Neal nUll wife spent tho day yesterday at Mr E Pennlngtous Mr Roy Rador and Leonard McdloclC wore at homo Sat urday and Sunday They are attend t lug the Normal at EgyptLeunarr Goodman of Welchburg Is spending a few days with Ed Strong HCKLKT Hurley April 24Alex Roberts is very poorly with pleurisy Jake Gab bard Sr sold Wesley Angel a mare Thursday for X80Soveral are attend Ing court at McKeo this weekEII jah Angel passed thru hero Thursday and stayed all night with his uncle Jake Gabbard Weather has been quite fine for farming this week Every body is busyMrs Llzzto Mc Daniel and Katherine Shepherd visit ed Mrs John Roberts on last Sunday GllKKN HALL Grcenhall April 2SlIrs Dora Moore is no better Walker and Wllgus Flanery sons of IU M Flan cry are very low with pneumonia Mrs Levi Couch is very poorly with nervous trouble Mrs Martha Parrot has concumptlonj The Hall stavo roll will start next week James B Mall has had tome good work dono on the roads which was very badly need ed Chester Crank killed a largo owl a few days ngoW N Hughes made a business trip to Beattyvllle this week All who want a suit of tailor made clcthes will do well to call on the Jackson Co Bargain StoreDr- J A Mahaffoy reports that Miss Bobby Bowles daughter of William Bowles lo very bad with pneumonia Com la very scarco in this and surrounding neighborhoods and the Itrlco Is nearing a dollar Robert Plerson and M T Robinson who have Leen In jail for several months for tinkering with whiskey will be out In a few days Several of our logg- Ing men havo returned from down the river nnd report the market er- y10G G Maddo John Wilson and sons have Just returned from a flih Ing trip and report fish In abund ance There will bo preaching at Canons chapel every Thursday night by Rev Harvey Johnson until furthe- rrotlcoBorn to Mrs Laura Bowman April 230 a boy Willie Is all smile both mother and baby are doing well Jesse Holobrooks who hsa been town with a dlMoia of tho hip and eg Is better Everybody In this vicinity is for Taft We never hear my other man talked orDorn to the nrlfo of Samuel Wright twin boys DOUBLE LICK Doublcllck April 21Mr M D Bowling of Berea came thru here on Its way homo from Climax Ha rent Tuesday night with relatives at Doublellck Charllo VanWlnkloa louse was burned last weok Whoop Ing couch Is In nearly every home 1n this community Messre Bob and Furp Abrams of this place went to Uerca today Prayer meeting at Clover Bottom church house every Wednesday night imiKi Ethel April 20Mrs R P Mar cum who has been sick for so long U well again Mrs Susan Hornsby 13 very ilLMr Nelson Hurst Mr eleven Allen and Mrs Martha Rice have gone to McKee on business Little Mattle Smith la very 111 Mr S D Rice of London who has been visiting friends and relatives at Ethel has Just returned homeIDo bart the con of Tipton Banks fell from a fence and broke hla leg Saturday April 11 Mattie Bowles Messrs Harvey Wilder Matt Ion Ington and Henry Rico visited Miss Ilobecca Pen In goon Sunday Mr lackeon Collins Is expected to get married Sunday U S G Rice Is visiting McKee on business this weeto Mrs Mary J Smith is slowly Improving Mr Arch Marcum la all smiles It Is a ten pound girl Mlis Leona Rico visited her cousin Mary Rice MondayMr W A Copo passed thru hero Sunday Llttlo Ella May Rico visited her aunt Angelina Mes ser last Thursday and had a fine tlmeDr Brack Banks and his little daughter of Travelers Rest passed thru hero last weekMr Ramma Clay paid Ethel n visit last Sunday and all hard p nice timeMr Ira Well of Burning Springs paid U S 0 Rico n short visit last Sunday 35P1 CIOVKU BOTTOM Clover Bottom April 21Lloyd the little son of Mr and Mrs John Durham la vary sick Arthur and Nettle McGuire visited relatives at McKee Monday Aunt Mary Engle is staying with her brother W M Hayes this week Miss Minnie Hayes school at Big Hill will close Friday Several from this place attended court at Jfc Kee tnls weokj Mllford Powell and wlfo visited at D M Clicks Sunday tilghti Master Charlie McGuIre is vie ling his grandparents Mr and Mrs w t e + J R Durham Georgo McCalmn via lied at W M lowclls Saturday sot Sunday Several from this place at tended Easter services at Korby Knol Sunday Q 1 1BUT Parrot April 951huro has beet quite u lot of shooting along tac public highways of this place lately There seems to bo about as much prejudice shown hero over religious views neIs sometimes shown over political views Some one shot J 11 Hundleys dog in the lee Wednesday night Farmers hero are beginning to plant cornJohn Lear made a business call hero Wednesday Jas Lear and Rachel Lear of Carlco were here shopping WednesdayrQuito a number of persons hero attended court at McKee this weekJerry Lake has bought him a mula team Thco PIg the photographer was hero this week delivering photos Misses Mandy Wilson and Minnie Price spent Friday night with Mrs Susan Hel lard Fishing seems to bo an In teresting occupation nt present Tho Citizen Is considered the best paper that comes to this community J JelllCOHardwarecall hero this week BRADLEY AS SEEN BY POST Analysis of tho SenatorElects Denunciation of Federal Office holders For Their Support of Secretary Tat L From the Louisville Post When W O Bradley was nominated for Governor in 1895 he had no chance for an election Mr Blackburn and Mr Hardin by heir opposition to the Cleveland Car Isle administration divided the Democrats and gave tho state to Bradley Curiously enough lit tho Republican platform of 1895 there was a plank denouncing civil service reform Tho sandldate stood for the spoils rystoin hen and has fought for tho spoils lystotn and under tho spoils lystom aver since No sooner was Mi Bradley In of leo than he began scheming and plot ling for the control of the Legislature In tile Senatorial election and for a Irodloy delegation to the St Loris invention Mr Bradley never forgave UM rlende of Mr McKinley for Interfw Ing with Mr Bradteya lresideatial iiplratlons The result of two years of llradley and Brndleylim at Frankfort was a llMrganlced party the rte of motion Ism the Indictment of leading Repub IOQIU for bribery and an overwhelm- Ing Democratic victory in 1807 It pleases W O Bradley to put nit tho woes of tho Republican party on tho Federal officeholders but the u- of State patronage by Gov Bradley lepotlim and favortUm and on entire contempt for the merit fystem shown while ho had the appointing power was chiefly responsible for the cactlon which In 1817 and 1198 ra ulted in tho nsti+ rn of the Democrats to complete power in the State Today Mr Bradley complains be ause thero are holders of Federal office in Kentucky who are for Taft Vo tall to see why li Is a postmaster nay not be for Taft when the State appointees are roaming the country to irevcnt tho people from expressing heir preferences for Taft We fall to sea why Mr Roberts ray not have the same right to a reference for Taft that Mr Franks has for Fairbanks If the United itatea Marshal Mr Long may workday and night early and late for ilr Fairbanks surely other Federal ifflcers may say they are for Taft The truth Is tho hypocrisy of the card of Governor Bradley is too ap tarant to deceive any one Bradley Ism is the must costly Indulgence of the Republicans of Kentucky Fortunately the Donio raU must hare with tho sixty Republicans time esponalblllty for tlt election of Iradley to the Senate It the epub cans hud gone into a caucus with a vote sufflccut to elect Bradley would not have secured the nomination The election Is time greatest calam- Ity that has befallen tho Republicans of Kentucky since tho assasalnatlon of iVIIllam Goebel It was an election notIUto be made It was not fitly mad The coalition between tho four or five or six direct representatives of tho whiskey ring in politics with a arty which had Just carried tho tats because It was pledged against the whiskey policy carries with it an odium that it will be difficult for the Republicans to live down Aside from the high office for which Jradley stands as the choice of the Republicans aside from the various illlances which mado his election pea ilblc there comes to the Republicans tho evil consequences of Gov Brad eye pernicious activities Ho is the owcr of seeds of discord His per i anal attacks on John Yerken for ears kept his party disturbed and wrnmlys Manesnow c A t s I renwiam j 1i 1 Where the finest biscuit 1JI1 AlathInfPowder t Not only for rich or fine foodI Pt1 preparation of plain everyday foods substantialf tiJsions It makes 4- v nutritious andwholesome ltaSty l rsrar4 e ra cost It the support of many Indrpcnd eat citizens It was not time Federal officeholders of 1903 who organized defeat It was W O Bradloya tntog onlsra to John W Yerkcs Mi repented attacks on Yrkcs In puhUhcd Interviews his efforts so to organize tho party as to prevent In 1301 the reelection of John W Yerkes as National Commltteman DONTS FOR CONSUMPTIVES Dont work or sleep In u room with out fresh air lot in plenty of sun chine and outside air Germs can not 1IVt long iu bright sunshine Dwit spell on the sidewalks It spreads disease When you spit spit in tie gutter or into a tplltoon Have your epIUooiw half full of water sad elWH tttva at leaet once a day with hot water Dont cough without holding a handkerchief or your Imiul ov your mouthDont oat with soiled ImBdo wash them tint Dont drink whiskey1 alooholU drinks are among the chief oauic o tuterculoeic Dont ront rooms Where tubercular people have lived or If you do have the room cleaned by tho city health authoritiesDo duit and close rooms WLon sweeping or dusting always use a damp cloth or broom and avoid Granting u difst Do live in the open air aa much oa possible The careful and clean consumptive Is not dangerous to those with whom ho lives mid works Dont cough if you can help it Dont sleep In the same bed with anyone else and If possible not in the same room have light warm covering and keep tho window wide open Rooms should bo kept clean and well aired Allow as much sun shine as possible Bo stay In the open air aa much as OHslble- Do eat simple foods llkoeggs and milkDo rat and try not to get over heated either at work or pleasure Do go to a doctor or dispensary If you go In time you can bo cured It you wait until you are so sick that you can not work any longer or until you are very weak it may bo too into At any rate It will bo more time out of work and more wages lost than If you had taken care of yourself at the start Tho Fort Wayne Ind Gazette re cently published this tactful and la terestlng paragraph There IE only ono way to advertise and that is to hammer your name your location your business so constantly so p v slsteutly so thoroly in tho peoples heads that it they walked in their sleep they would constantly turn thor faces toward your store Tho news paper Is your best friend In spite of your criticism It helpita build up the community that supports you When the day cornea that tho news papers are dead tho people aro near the edge of the grave with no one- to write their epitaph Have a system in your work Keep a high stool in tho kitchen USG a wooden handled spoon for stirring see that knives are kept sharp get all the materials together before start log baking or cooking use a stiff brush for cleaning greasy pans GODS DEALING WITH MAN Justice does not reign For she Is trodden down Our Saviour died of pain That Mercy wear tho crown Christ today U Interceding While woro wicked hero below To the Father he U pleading Yet to stay tho fearful blow Wo are heedless and unthankful To our mighty Lord above Who has beau so full of mercy And has shown tu wonderous love It man would only calmly think How gracious God has teen He would aoon begin to shrink Prom the beaten path of ain nut allured by a worid of luet They will be rendered Iwraolmia- AiMl without a Gal to trust Their OMOfl will be hopeless When the eavoU are lifted Dy Gods eternal power Tho wished will bo drifted To Chaos In the hour Tho saved anus will rtjolco And give to God the praise Whllo tho lout cry In ono voice From tho eternal blaze Wa think we have trouble As wo toll here below But our sorrows would bo doublo Should wo reap what wit sow listen to reason ISo blll turn while you may this 12 tho season Chris Is Uio W- RrJlAud W iafrell I WAR ON FLIES Tho war on files cannot begin too loon I U not sentimental objection f riles It Is not merely a dislike to time petty annoyance from flies that should lead us to war on mos It Is n war of defense it should bo a war of extermination for wo must T protect water milk and food from mea or We must die Consider a fly speck as poison and proceed accordingly The fly is a great distributor of the germ typhoid fovor Tho fly is I tie harbinger of disease It is born I and bred nod filth nnd In revenge for its promotion through filth It attributed dlccaso and daath with Us Impartial toot Three hundred nnd fifty thousand of typhoid cares occur annually nil directly traceable to a specific I germ transmitted from a previous victim through water milk or food to tho patient Ex No uso complaining Play deaf and dumb tnd keep ncomln Tho di lest hour will change to light wlllITombstonesWhen Walt for GILBERT REYNOLDS Itrpmentlng Richmond Marble Company He will treat you right t