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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e eeeoeeet ets o o BEREA PUBLISHING CO 0 1cUR1ORATtel j o STaNLEY FROST Manager XeaaelalIMfalffre 1Area6yatweand I 0elan Itna- lUreeoo o oooeoooeo I cents n MADISON COUNTY 7 1008 One Dollar a year No 45N NEWS OF THE WEEK Ship Sinks With 260 Three Bad pretWar Breaks Out In Indla Grover Cleveland Nears Deaths Door HUNDREDS DROWNED About 250 sailors of tho Japanese navy were drowned last Friday by the ulnkluc of a cruiser the Matslmma after an explosion of ono of her powder mag azines or boilersf is uncertain which Tho voted upset and most of her crow wont down with her THREE DAD FIRESA total of thlrtyclght peoplo wero killed In fires in tho lost week Tho worst was at a 1 hotel at Fort Wayne id where 25 died The hotel was tho best In tho city and many of tho dead were rich Seven wero killed In an explosion and flro In Chicago andin Now York slxf eluding ono whole family were kllU oy Jumping from a high win dow to escape REVOLT AGAINST ENGLAND There tl a revolt against England In her Indian colony and there la also a war going on along her Afghan border Tho has not amounted to anything jot but a plot to massacre all the English ofHeals has been discovered Tha war Is more serious About twenty thousand Afghans havo como down from tho mountains and attacked tho English outposts These are all holding out and several brigades of troops are being sent to tho rescue The cause of the fighting has not been told CLEVELAND NEAR DEATH Ex President Cleveland is said to be near death At tho hospital at Lake wood N J whore ho wont for his health Ho Is reported to havo can cer of the stomach which cannot be cued SUBMARINK SCANDAL KNDS The Investigation into tho charges that bribery had been used In con nection with tho contracts for sub marine boats ended in startling fashion when F B Whitney formerly a clerk of tho House Naval Committee Admitted writing tho unsigned letters on which rho charges were based In tho interests of a rival of tho company that got the contract WIIERK 18 DEWEYIPeopia- with very good metnorlca remember that there Is a man by the name of George Melville Dewey Do ou1 Ten years ago last Friday he was tho greatest tnnn In the United States for Jae had Just beaten tho Snantah fleet In Manilla flay Hvcry body was praising him and for perhaps a year ho was honored In every poss ible way Ho In still alive and is living In Washington This helps to show how reputations wear out INSANE OVER RBLiaiON One of the most awful cases of Insanity over religion in rocont years occur cd last week at Nazareth Pa A fellow named Daohtnan had declared ho was to bo the savior of tho world and had cnvertp J rvrnl of his TiicSd services wore terrible anti Uioy sacrificed chickens and cth IT animals declaring that they drove thivdevihi out of them Finally ono tf t nnchman choked to death the six year old girl of one of his friends saying that tho baby had a devil and the parents who believed in him did ne thing to stop him Now the morht r has gout insane and tho father has como to his senses and tam savior is to bo tried for mur der Ho wants to be crucified and says that ho will rlso again after sixteen days and go on with his mission SLEPT 85 DAYSMrs Doulah Hawkins last Saturday woko up from an 85 days nap at a hospital In Los Angeles Cal No ono knows what made her sleep so long or wako uo either SUFFERING IN SOUTUIt has taken days ot hard work to got some of tho Southern towns destroyed In tho cyclones mentioned last week and always thero havo been now stories of suffering and death when n town has been reached Tho total of known dead Is now about four hundred and there may bo sun more Many havo almost starved to death as In some towns every thing was carried away by the winds and it wai days befTo help got In from out outMita Thousands of people were left destitute BLOW FOR TEMPERANCEA dacislnn has teen given by the Federal Court at Indianapolis that a Continual ei SIxth page 4 ot rtIE CITIZEN i Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People ITsire KENTUCKY TAFT KEHTUCiyS CHOICE DELEGATION WILL STAND 224 State Convention Will Instruct for HlmBradley Probably Will Not Be Chosen a Delegate at Large Kentucky Is fur TaiL The State Convention which met lu Louisville Wednesday and had nut adjourned at the Limo Tho Citizen went to press Is entirely In tho hands ot the Taft men and tho delegation to tho Nat ional Convention will stand twenty two to four Tho four delegates at largo will vote for Mr Taft under Instructions from tho Stato Conven tionTho dclcgatejatlargo will probably boGov WHIson A R Burnam Marshall Bullltt W D Johnson The convention was organized with William D Cochran as temporary chairman and Sam J Roberta fcr secretary The adjournment for th hearing ot contests tho preparing of resolution etc lasted till Thursday morning The great question before the convention waY whether or not to tend W 0 Bradley a+ a doltgatcatIorge under Taft Instructions Ho was nnx lous to go and offered to drop con testa In favor of Fairbanks in dif ferent parts of the state but some of the men ho has been abusing were strongly opposed to him He was entirely without power in the conven tion and put himself In the position of asking a favor from the men ho has been attacking As wo go to press It scorns probable that Bradley will bo left off tho dele gation Tho District Conventions held tar Her In tho week resulted In tho choice of tho following NOMINBHS FOR CONGRESS Kim District Jerry It Porter ClintonSecond District John 0 Worshom HendersonFourth DistrictDr D W Caddie Largo Fifth District It C Klnkead Lou Uvllle Sixth District John It Inglls Trimble Sovuuth DIstrictIt L Brlstow Scott County Ninth District J B Bennett Grconup Tenth District John W Langley Prostonburg Eleventh District D a Edwards London STATE CENTRAL COMM1TTHBMEN First District J 0 Speight Grates county Second DlstrlctJ W McCulloch Owrcnsuoro Third District J Frank Taylor GlasgowFourth DUtrlet M L Hcavorln Hartford Fifth District Gharics L Scholl LouisvilleSixth R P Ernst Coving ton Seventh DtstrletC 0 Reynolds Lcslngton Eighth District L W Bcthurum Rockcastlo county Ninth DlstrlctJ B Bennett Greenup Tenth Dlstrlctt R H Wlnn Mt SterlingEleventh DistrictA T Slier WI1 llamsburg NATIONAL DELEGATES AND PRESIDENTAL ELECTORS First District Delegates W J De boe of Marlon and Adolph Well of Paducah El ctor F Hugh Harris of FultonSecond District Delegates A II Anderson and R W Hunter Elector O W Newton of McLean county Third DistrictDelegates J T Doorefl of Warren county and II Oils ter of Logan county Elector John Ai Logan of Edmonson countyIFourth District Delegates John P Haswell of Brccklnrldgo county nnd Tom Jackson ot Marlon county Elector Taylor Proctor of Grayson countyFifth DktrictDologates Morris ii- Ceellaeea en Sixth Tmr WASTED FORTUNES There have recently been In the papers stories of a couple of young men who inherited fortunes and Imvo been wasting them spending for n little pleasure tho thousands it took years to earn gaining nothing for themselves and wasting tho thing on which they have to depend for their lives Of course everybody makes fun of them or pities them because they are such fools They say that they ought to invest their money to do something so they would bo better off in their later years to save and uso wisely tho source of their livelihood Perhaps you have thought that and maybe you have said it But people that lire in glass houses should not throw stones How about yournelff You had a fortune if you are young you have most of it yet What have you done with it aril what are you doing with it r Your fortune is or was your strength and health and youth And it is more than your fortune it is your life Have you invested it or are you wasting it r What have you got to for the years you have spent Every day that goes by is a part of your fortune every week is no much of yourself that you have spoutit is gone from you like those rich young fools fortune went from them It is just as much a part of you as your body is and it is all you will ever have in this world If you aro investing it well you will bo richer in your old ogoIf not you are becoming poorer and poorer every day What is a persons Bin but n certain number of days If you wore selling your body for a living a little at a time you would be mighty anxious to see that you got your moneys worth out of it You wouldnt throw away a piece of an arm or leg anti say you could make it up by getting a little more out of another pieco tomorrow You would count over what you had left every day and say What n whole leg gone and Ive got nothing but a little to cat out of it And heres that arm gone and Im no nearer having enough to live on yett I must see to it that I get more for the other leg and save up a little of what Im Helling myself for or I wont have anything to live on or to sell either pretty soon And that is just what is happening to your life If you dont make something out of each piece as it goes after a while all the lifo will be gone out of you and you will be old and feeble and will not hire anything to lire on The question is whether you are getting anything more out of life than just a living Every day has its possibilities in it for you You can add to your power and knowledge and value you can make your self worth more to yourself and tho world you can lay by character if not money and experience if not goods You can make your labor worth more and if after a while you can earn twice as much in a week you have actually made your life worth twice as much and you will get as much for it You can invest every day put it into tho big savings bank of time whore it will be drawing interest for you all the rest of your days and thru eternity There is just one thing to do to accomplish thiswork Any man that is willing to work will got along If he has good brains that will help too but tho main thing is to work uso each dayget all you can for each part of your life as it leaves you build up your savings account with tho future dont waste yourself POLITICAL NOTES Taft Goes to Panama but Keeps on Getting Delegates BradUy Using Patronage AlreadySomethIng Wrong In Congress TAFT GOES TO IANAMASccre- tary Tat has shown tbut his work Is really foremost with him in bplto of tho campaign by going oft to Panama this week to look Into con ditions there Ho will bo gono a couple of weeks Meanwhile he keep right on getting tho delegates TA5T MEN WINTho Stato Con tral Committee has finally decided in favor of tho Tart men on every point In the First District and against Son ator DoBoc his snap primary and uilair rulings Tho tight over tho delegates to tho National Convention will have to bo carried up to the Credentials Committee there but this settles tho question in this state Tho fact that in two counties Fairbanks men sacra approved shows that tho rulings wero fair BRADLEY USING PATRONAGE It is already plain that Bradley is trying to carry out his threat to use his power against all his oppon ents la tho TattFalrbanks race and ho has had ono postmaster appoint ment hold up Ho is not in the Senate yet but a letter ho wrote Senator Pcnroso seems to have been en ough to prevent tho senate from act Ing on tho appointment of John H Meyer as postmaster at Newport WHATS WRONG WITH CON OBESSTlio present Congress which is planning to wind up its ces sion in Washington in about a week has made a very bad record and thero are a good many people that want to know why Somo say that It Is because Joo Cannon and other of tho old timers who thought that tho country was their personal pro perty havo not liked tho way tho President has been demanding laws for tho good of all tho people and will not do what ho wants As ho has asked for all tho good laws any body can think of they cannot do anything but pass a few bad laws And they havo tried to do that In tho first caso tho plain members of tho Houco saw what was going on and stopped It but tho second time they seem to have lot tho steal go thru Tho first thing tho leaders tried to do was to keep tho Inter state Commerce Commission from carrying out the law that was passed with so much trouble two years ago r T J vu to make the railroads behavo them selves Tho Commission had asked for 1600000 to pay inspectors to see that the law was being obeyed but the House leaders cut that down to 50000 which is so little that It would bo impossible to enforce the law with It Tho President called In some ot his friends and thero was a revolt in tho house by which the amount was rals cd to 350000 That helped some and thero aro signs that the revolt will be carried farther if tho leaders do not do something pretty soon The second caso was not discovered till It was put thru All tho detectives employed by the government arc managed by a bureau of the Treasury Department as tho principal Job Is to watch for bad money but it line long been tho custom to use them in other departments where they have ferreted out many crimes most of them by rich men For in stance in the last three years over a million acres of public lands that had been stolen by speculators have been turned back into the public dom ain br the efforts of these detectives Also they havo been loaned t elL les whero Important public cases have been going on and hare done a good deal of good Now tho House has passed n law forbidding tho bureau to loan men and then take them back within two years si that whenever ono of those fine detectives is used by any other of tho departments the departments that are after rich law breakers he will bo out of a Job for two years This is evidently n plan to prevent tho Department of Justice from punishing the land thieves nnd so on who are rich and harp friends In Congress But It Is a dls grace to Congress nnd is betrayal of tho people PARDON STORY WRONG A false report got loose Wednesdaj afternoon and spread rapidly that Gov Willson had pardoned Powers and Howard It was announced la the Republican State Convention and caused great enthusiasm But there was no truth in the story and tho Governor when called up on the phone denied that he had given the pardon and said ho was still work- Ing on the case and was not yet ready to say what ho would do A woman who Is guided by the head and not by the heart Is a so cial pestJlenceDalznc Women like empresses condemn to Imprisonment and hard labor nine tenths of mankind Tolstoi 1 r c IN OUR OWN STATE Shooting In Breathitt County We Weather Delays All CropsAttempt- to Stop RaceTrack Betting SHOOTING AT HEIDELBERG Wes apicer and Cain Estes were shot at Heidelberg Saturday evening In a dispute over the electlorf of Repub lican committeemen Estcs was very dangerously wounded BAD WEATHER A heavy snow fall and cold spell visited this part of the state late last week and there was a good deal of alarm about the fruit and a good deal of discomfort for people but the worst damage seems to have been that almost every body caught a bad cold NEGROES CATCH NEGRO A young woman was attacked near Mid way Ky last Friday by a young negro who evidently planned robbery The girls cries for help were heard by other negroes who caught the fellow and took him to the Jail TWO BREATH1TT KILLINGS There were two killings in Breathltt last Monday Ono was that of Jim Fugate who was shot by Dan White about twelve miles from Jackson over an old grudge At Long Creek about the samo time Ed Callahan killed John Spicer and was fatally wounded himself The trouble was over the separation of Callahans sister from Spicer CROPS DELAYEDCrops and especially corn planting have been delayed all over the state by the wet weather which Is not yet at an end The weather forecaster expects at least one more heavy rain yet this week FAILS TO STOP BETTING An attempt was made by Mayor Grin stead of Louisville to prevent betting at the meeting of tho Jockey Club there which began Tuesday The order was not issued till Monday and there was considerable complaint be cause all the preparations for the racing had been made Fnaly Judge Kirby granted an injunction which prevented tho police from enforcing the mayors order and the betting went on as usual GIFT FOR HARLAN SCHOOL W W Choato principal of the Har lan Academy at Harlan Ky Harlan County has secured a pledge from a lady in Illinois of a gift of 10000 as half of a 20000 fund to bo raised for n building of a largo Industrials hool In connection with the Harlan I Academy says the Harlan Enterprise The money is to bo paid when tho I other 10000 is raised or subscribed t fMa 1fsWesQ aiv eaMa eeBqlet Zlaar C Tho Citizen Is Growing Rap Idly Let Your Business p o 0 eo0 o UOOLIIOOOOOOO 44 copyBEREA MAY revolt Their show twice i MONEY TALKSiWhy the Bank Poor tMans Business Tho bank Is for every one who has tmoney and the poor mans dollar is Just as welcome as the rich mans la hundred dollars In some ways the small account of tho poor man makes better business for the bank than the big account of the rich man The bank would rather have ten men deposit ten dollars apiece than to have one man put In a hundred dollars The man with the hundred dollars may put it In today and check it all out tomorrow leaving no balance at all But when ten men putt in ten dol lars apiece in the bank they are not likely to draw It all out at once and so the bank has a better business and would rather have the ten smail accounts than the one big one The rich man makes big deposits and he makes big checks too and It often happens that the poor man i really has more money In tho bank than his rich neighbor It Is not so much the size of the deposits as it is the size of the balance that makes a mans business of value to the bank I The bank is glad to receive the big deposits of course but they aroIeven more glad to take care of small savings of the poor man i Berea Bank Trust Co j before the work can begin on the f buildingThere Is no doubt but what this t amount can surely be raised by the citizens of Harlan County Harlan County is now Just on the eve of a great advancement in developemettIand surely the citizens will never dare to let this great opportunity slip by It this fund svcceeds and the right controllers get It In chargo they will make things go The county has one Academy besides the one men Honed Tho Black Mountain Acade my at Yocums Creek under headway of fine teachers of Wheaton 111 That will no doubt put Harlan County in the lead of all other Mountain Coun ties in the way of educational equip mentsProf Choate Is from tho state of California and is a man that every person has a liking for a man that makes things come to pass and has given good satisfaction asprincipal of tho Harlan Academy for tho last two years I Beauty is the first gift Nature gives to woman and tho first sho takes from herMere iicI j RESOLVEDi I THATTHEYLlvAY THROW BOQUETS AT THOSE WHO i i ARE WELL DRESSED To BE WELL DRESSE D Go j TO THE PLACE WHERE THEY KNOW HOWTO t R yOU WELL I t lof BUSTER 1 dJf li i I BOB HAMPTON 1 Of PLACER yIANI4U PAIINI5UJlUl7lapjdA- lfIlffIlmIIfJJIIA5J1I1 it r0 I PIIlI HWVlflJI1N1fNur i roorpxw IW8rAcHttUJfXro uuuu SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth In antry from Fort Bethune trapped by Indians In n narrow gorge A man I them U Ii stranger who Introduces himself by the name of Hampton also Olllls the ipoKt trader and his daughter Olllls and n majority of tho soldiers ore killed dur lag a three days siege Hampton and the girl only escape from tho They tall exhausted on the plalrw A company of the Seventh cavalry IJcut Oran In command find them Hampton tnd the girl stop At the Miners Homo In tllohcald Sirs Duty proprlcteex Hump ion talks the future ovsr with II t alhe lad She shows htm her moth 1ira picture nnd tells him what xho can af her parentage and life They decide the shall live with Mrs Ilcrndon CHAPTER VI Continued I reckon Id rather try It alone she announced stubbornly Maybe I might have stood It with you Dot Hampton but a woman is tho limit- I expect It will go rather hard at first Kid ho admitted craftily but 1 think you might try It a while just to sort of please me Whowho Is she doubtfully Mrs Herndon wife of the super intcndent of the Golden Rule mine and he waved his hand toward tho dls tant houses They tell mo shes a mighty fine woman Oh they do Then somebodyj been stirring you up about mo have they I thought that was about the way of It Somebody wants to reform me I reckon Well maybe I wont bo reformed Who was It Hob The Presbyterian missionary he confessed reluctantly a nervy little chap named Wynkoop he camo In to sco mo lat night while you were asleep He faced her open scorn un sbrinklngly his mind fully decided and clinging to ono thought with all tho tenacity of his nature Apreacberlbervolce vibrant with derision a preacher Well of all things Bob Hampton You led around by tho nose in that way Did ho want you to brjng me to Sunday school A preacher And I suppose tho fellow expects to turn me over to ono of his flock for religious Instruction Hell have you studying theology inside of a year A preacher Oh Lord and you agreed Well I wont go so there As T understand tho affair Ham p ton continued as she paused for breath it was Lieut Brant who sug Bested the Idea of his coming to me Brant knew GIllls aud remembered you and realizing your unpleasant sit uation thought such an arrangement would be for your benefit Brant sho burst forth in renewed anger he did did he The putty laced dandy I used to sco him at Itethune and you can bet he never bothered his head about me then No and ho didnt even know me out yon der until after tho sergeant spoko up What business has that fellow got planning what I shall do Hampton made no attempt to an ewer It was better to let her Indlgna tlon die out naturally and so ho asked a question What is this Brant doing at Bethune There Is no cavalry stationed there She glanced up quickly Interested by tho sudden change in his voice I heard dad say he was kept there on some special detail His regiment is stationed at Fort Lincoln somewhere farther north He used to come down and talk with dad evenings because daddy saw service In the Seventh when It was first organized after the warDld you did you ever hear either of them say anything about Maj Alfred Brant He must have been this lads fatherNo I never heard much they said Did you 1mow him Tho father yes but that was years ago Comp Kid all this Is only an clent history and Just as well forgotten Now you aro a sensible girl when your temper dont get away with you and I am simply going to leave this matter to your better Judgment Will you go to Mrs Herndons and find out how you like It You needn- stop there an hour if she Isnt good you but you ought not to want to r main with me and grow up like a rough 110- yYouyou really want me to go dont you 1 Yes I want you to go Its a chance for you Kid and there Isnt a bit of a show In the kind of a life I lead 1 never have been in love with myself and only took to It in the first place because tho devil happened to drive mo that way The Lord knows I dont want to lead any ono else through cacti a muck So It la a try The lock of defiance faded slowly out of her taco as she stood gravely regarding him The man was in dead ly earnest and she felt the quiet insistence of his manner You bet if you put it that way she consented simply but I reckon that Mrs Herndon is likely to with 1 hadnt TogiHher yet scarcely exchanging another word the two retraced their steps slowly down the steep trail lead ing toward the little town in the valley t CHAPTER VII Ive Come Here to Live Widely as these two companions differed In temperament and experi ence It would bo impossible to decide which felt tho greater uneasiness at tho prospect Immediately before them The girl openly rebellious tho man extremely doubtful with reluctant steps they apprbached that tall homely yellow house outwardly tho raosl pretentious in They were GlencaldItheso two that passerby glanced curiously toward them as they picked their way onward through tho red dust Hampton slen der yet firmly knit his body held erect as though trained to the profession of arms hIs features finely chiselled with threads of gray hair beginning to show conspicuously about the temples Ills attire of fashionable cut black cloth and his Immaculate linen while neat and unobtrusive yet appeared ex tremely unusual In that careless land of claybaked overalls and dingy woolens Hcsldo him In vivid con trast the girl trudged In her heavy shoes and bedraggled skirts her sullen eyes fastened doggedly on the road her hair showing ragged and disrep utablo in tho brilliant sunshine Hampton himself could not remain al together Indifferent to the contrast You look a little rough Kid for a society call he said If there was any shebang in this mudhole of a town that kept any womens things on salo fit to look at Id be tempted to fix you up a bit Well Im glad of It she respond ed grimly I hope I look so blamo tough that woman wont say a civil word to us You can bet I aint going to stralu myself to please the likes of herYou certainly exhibit no symptoms of doing so ho admitted frankly n 1 You But you might at least have washed your taco and flied your hair flashed one glance nt him stopping In the middle of tie road her load back us though ready for battle Then as if by some swift magic of emotion her expression changed And so youre ashamed of voiceoseen me you are But I tell you Mr Bob Hamp ton you bo tho next time And whats more Just dont need to traipse along another step with mo now I dont want you I reckon I aint very much afraid of tackling this Presbyterian woman all alone Sho swutjj off fiercely and the man chuckled softly as ho followed watch firstttruth is Mr Hampton possessed trou bles and scruples of his own In con nection with this contemplated call Ho lied never mel tho lady but ho re tamed some memory of the husband as having been associated with a stren uous poker game at Placer in which he also held a prominent place U would seem scarcely possible that tho wife did not whoso bullet had turned her for some weeks Into a sick nurse A cordial reception could hardly bo anticipated Hampton mentally braced himself for tho worst It was a cheerless looking painted a garish yellow having star tar windows and devoid of a front porch or slightest attempt at to render Its uncomely front loss unat tractive Had tho matter been left at that moment to his own decision this glimpse of tho house would have turned them both back but tho girl Unhesitatingly pressed forward and turned defiantly In through tho gate less opening Ho followed in silence along the narrow footpath bordered by weeds and stood back while slid stepped boldly up on tho rudo stone slab and rapped sharply against tho warped and sagging door A moment they stood thus waiting with no response from within Onco sho glanced suspiciously around at him only to wheel hack Instantly and ouco more apply her knuckles to tho wood Be fore ho had conjured up something worth saying tho door was partially opened and a rounded dumpling of a woman having rosy cheeks her hair Irongray her blue eyes half smiling in uncertain welcome looked out upon them questioningly Ive como to live here announced the girl sullenly That Is if i7 like it Tho woman continued to gaze at her as if tempted to laugh outright then the pleasant bluo eyes hardened as their vision swept beyond toward Hampton It Is extremely kind of you Im sure sho said at last Why Is It I am to be thus honored Tho girl backed partially off tho doorstep her hair flapping In the wind her checks flushed Oh you neednt put on so much style about It she blurted out Youre Mrs Ilcrndon aint ou1 Well then this is tho place where I was sent but I reckon you aint no moro particular about It than I am Theres others Who sent you to me and Mrs Herndon came forth Into the sunshine Tho preacher Oh Mr Wynkoop then you must bo the homeless girl whom Lieut Hrant brought In tho other day Why did you not say so at first You may come In my child There was a sympathetic tenderness apparent now in tho tones of her voice which the girl was swift to per ceive and respond to yet she held back her Independence unshaken With tho quick Intuition of a woman Mm Herndon bent down placing ono hand on the defiant shoulder- I did not understand at first my dear she said soothingly or 1 should never have spoken as 1 did Somo very strange callers como here Rut you are truly welcome 1 had a daughter once sho must havo been nearly your ago when God took her Wont you come in1 While thus speaking sho never onco iAfN hN UI H I I Kid What Does This Mean anti What Are Doing Here Alone She angry flung wont you und know and house shade glanced toward the man standing In sHcnco beyond yet as the two passed through the doorway together ho fol lowed unasked Once within the plainly furnished room and with her arm about tho girls waist the lines about her mouth hardened I do not recall extending my invitation to you she said coldly He remained standing lust In hand his face shadowed his eyes picturing deep perplexity For tho Intrusion I otter my apol ogy ho replied humbly but you see II feel responsible for this young woman She sort of fell to my care when none of her own people were left to look after Tier I only came to show her the way and to say that 1 stand ready to pay you well to see to her a bit and show her bow to get hold of the right things Indeed and Mrs Hcrndons voice was not altogether pleasant I under stood she was entirely alono and friendless Aro you that man who brought her out of the canyon 1 Hampton bowed as though half ashamed of acknowledging tho act Obi then J know who you arc she continued unhesitatingly You aro a gambler and a barroom rough I wont touch a penny of your money I told Mr Wynkoop that I Shouldnt but that I would endeavor to do my Chris tian duty by this poor girl Ho was to bring her hero himself and keep you away The man smiled slightly act In Ihs least disconcerted by her plain speech Probably wo departed from tho hotel somewhat earlier than tho minister anticipated he explained quietly hit old caso of manner returning in face of such open opposition I greatly n Bret yosr evident prejudice madam and can only say that I have moro con fldenco In you than SOIl appear to have In mo 1 shall certainly discover some means by which I unity do my part In shaping this girls future but in the meanwhile will relieve you of my un desired presence Ho stepped without into tho glare ot the sunlight feeling utterly unto less as to tho itoman who had affront ed him yet somewhat hurt on seeing that the girl had not onco lilted hot downcast eyes to his face Yet he had scarcely taken three steps toward the road before she was beside htm her hand upon his sleeve I wont stay she exclaimed fiercely I wont Rob Hampton Id rather go with you than bo good Ills sensitive face flushed with delight but he looked gravely down Into her Indignant eyes Oh yes you will Kid and his hand touched her rough ened hair caressingly Shes a good kind woman ull right and I dont blame her for not liking my style Dodo you really want mo to stick It out here Bob It was no small struggle for him to say so for ho was beginning to com prehend Just what this separation meant Sbo was more to him than he had ever supposed moro to him than silo had oven been an hour before and now he understood clearly that from this moment they must over run farther apart her lIfo tending upward his down Yet there was but one do cision possible Then ho answered This Is your best chance little girl and I want you to stay and fight It outTheir eyes met each dimly realiz ing although In a totally different way that lure was a moment of Important decision Mrs Herndon darkened the doorway and stood looking out Well Mr Bob Hampton sho ques tioned plainly what is this going to beHe glanced toward her slightly lift ing his hat and promptly releasing the girls clinging hand Miss GillIs consents to remain he announced shortly und denying him self so much as another glance at his companion strode down tho narrow path to the road A moment the girls eyes followed him through the dust cloud a single tear stealing down her check Only a short week ago sho had utterly despised this man now he had become truly more to her than any ono else In the wide wide world Then Mrs Herndon camo forth qulntly anti led tho girl now sobbing bitterly within the cool shadows of the house CHAPTER VIII A Last Revolt It proved a restless day and a sat flclcnlly unpleasant one for Mi Hamp ton For a number ot years ho had been diligently training himself In the school of cynicism endeavoring to per Rtiitdo himself that he did not Sn the least caro what others thought nor how his own career faded Impelling himself to constant recklessness In life und thought He had tJsfls successfully built up a wall betwetft the present and that past which long haunted his lonely momenta and had finally de cided that It was hermetically sealed Yet now this odd chit of a girl tbli waif whom he had plucked from the Jaws ot death bad overturned this carefully constructed barrier as if It had been originally built of mere card board and he was compelled again to see himself loathe himself Just as he had In those past years One thing ho grasped clearlyths girl should be given her chance noth- Ing In his life must ocr again soil her or lower her Ideals Mrs Hcrndoa was right and ho realized it ncltbel his presence nor his money were fit tl Influence her future ilo swore between his clinched teeth his fad grown haggard Tho suns rays bridged the slowly darkening valley with cords of red gold and the man pulled himself to his feet by gripping the root OfB tree Ho realized that ho had been sitting there for hours and that ho was hungry Down beneath amid tho fast awak cnlng noise nnd bustle of early even- Ing tho long discipline of the gambles reasserted Itselfho got back lilt nerve It was Bob Hampton cool re sourceful sarcastic of speech quick of temper who greeted the loungers about the hotel and who sat with hit back to tho wall In the little dftln room watchful of all others present And It was Bob Hampton who stiillcd carelessly out upon the darkened yOrcl- tan tour later leaving a roar of lugh ter behind him and an enemy u well Little ho cared for that howor fc his present mood and he stood there amid tho black shadows looking con temptuously down upon the stream ol coatlcss humanity trooping past on pleasure bent the blue smoke clrcllno his lead his gray eyes glowing hall angrily Suddenly he leaned forward clutching tho rail In quick surprise Kid he exclaimed harshly what docs this mean What aro you doing alone lucre Sho stopped Instantly and glancco up her face flushing In tho light streaming forth from the open door of the Occidental I reckon Im alone here because J want to be sho returned defiantly I aint no slave How do you get it there- TO BIS CONTINUED Division of Population Considerably more than half till people of the world live la the foun tries which border o till Facim oceam BARN PLAN Round Type of Dulldlnp Has Advan cages Over Other Forms arlfordIlrlcoslofshelter and tho prices of lumber will never bo less and now they prohibit tho old style of haphazard building having a building for each kind of stock and then most of tho feed outside and tho water from two to 20 rods from tho barns This is an era of concentration and nothing can fa cilitate tho Intensive style of farming and concentrate a mans energies to his life work on a farm like n com- modIous comfortable barn Personally says a writer In Wallaces Farmer I would not build a barn without a silo nor would I advise any ono olio to do so as tho barn and Its proper use Is the mainstay of our calling us soon er or later wo must all como to the Steeping of live stock to consume the greater share of our crops and then carefully eavo and apply tile manure made Nothing produces as much feed per aero as corn and nothing saves corn HO economically as tho silo Neither would I build a barn of suita ble size for a farm of SO acres or more any other shape than round and have tho silo in tho center but to avoid criticism on account of tho silo I will Plan of Darn say If a silo Is not wanted tho crater spnco can be used either for granary or box stalls Tho round typo of barn has those advantages First the same amount of outsldu surface used In nqtMre or rectangular kerns will Inclose n greater sufrfaco in circular form Second tho circular form has the decided advantage of strength over the flat side Third the gable ends are total losses and are avoided In the circular barn Fourth the roof of a circular barn Is solfsupiwrtlng and does not sag and Is far loss liable to damage from heavy storms Fifth the space Inclosed is moro convenient to use requiring loss tlmo and work to caro for tho same stock than In any other typo of learn Hero Is n Ulan of the ground floor nt n barn OS feet In diameter having the same outstdo surface that a barn 36x00 feot would havo It pro vides room for 12 horses and 23 cows In stanchions having three fwt for each cow This loaves eight feet behind tho cows so a team and wagon can bo used to clean the burn or If dairying Is not followed there will bo 1150 square feet floor space which will accommo date 30 to CO head of young stock owing to slzo Everything can be foil and watered from tho ono nlley I defy anyone to comfortably house such a number of stock nnd as con venient to food in any other than tho round typo of barn and In addition there Is a space of 18 feet In diameter In the center to store feed In Hav lag built a round barn that has proven satisfactory In every respect 1 can not speak In too high terms of It and while I would not build a round barn It building a small me believe that when we got to a size suitable for SO acres or moro theta la only one propor stylo round If sand grovel or crushed stono Is convenient I would wo cement to build the lower story of barn nnd If possible build so as to have a natural elevation on ono side so as to be able to drlvo in tho sec ond story without too much of a fill CANT EAT TOO FAST Feed Manger That Will Control a Greedy Horse A box to seduce a greedy horse to Mot slowly Is arranged through the partition with just a narrow opening at tho bottom You put the grain In tho box on the outside of tho partition and tho horse gets It slowly It saves grain and tho horso takes moro time to grind It A Wise Plan Tho wise man who lured two or three sows nt about the same tlmo can now attend to several young litters at once thus saving travel time and trouble At feeding and fattening tlmo also the economy is apparent for they may be graded and sold then In a bunch with loss fussing Pasture for Young Pigs Tko young pigs should bo gotten out ov the ground as early as possible to- dealt their gelling too tat DARN FOR LAMB RAISING Arrangement of Building Which Will Prove Most Convenient In this section of the country writes a Jefferson county Illinois fanner InIthe Breeders Gazette stock rals IIIR line become the lending oo ciipatlon Sheep are easily raised and pay a largo profit Wo keep about TO owes and take delight In handling them especially dur ing lambing season Our main I IH the Shropshire although wo 11RoIa few CotswoldB and Hampshire latter are good hardy lamb raisers Wo prefer Shropshire as they have closer wool and endure more litul weatherOur shown In Fig 1 Is a con voulent ono nnd Is largo enough for about ISC owes When the owes be to lamb we put the first ewe In Iloln 1 Then whoa tho second lambs put her In Ten 1 putting No 1 WIn Van 5 and so on until tho vena are full Then wo begin to remove them one at a tlmo to tho largo pen for owes and lambs When tho lambs sure about two weeks old they will begin to out some small grain A pen for this purpose lists been made Pig 1 and Is provided with small grain boxes on two shale The ends are rondo of Portable gates A small creep holo will be noticed In tho gate between the lamb pen and tho owes and lambs through which tho lambs can pass Those gates may bo removed the next fall and again glvo the flock tho entire barn Tho gate marked X can bo set back to any doslred place and thereby enlarge tho ten and rack room as more of them have lambs Tho gates In the small pear can bo made so that by oponlhg them book to the right or left It will mnVo an I alley through which any sheep cnn bo driven otiUlilo tho others aro tip In their puns ckcdJIThe hay and feed racks good type those around tho wall Fig I 2 l cnn be vastly filled by leavtHK a spare between the loft floor and the wall Under flU nooth the slanting II board In PIt 2 Is n grain trough In which corn onto or other grains cap bo fed Thoro Is alto a feed way tltntIhas this type of bay and grain on either side liy casing tight ivhoru tho slanting line In In Fig It pre vents the seeds and trash from Set ting In tho wool when throwing down hay BREEDING UP IS CHEAPEST The Way to Get Into the Business of Raising Pure Dredi Tho farmer that Intends to secure a hoed of purebred cattle will find It cheater to breed up than to boy purebred stock especially If ho Is proper ing to raise cattle for tho purpose of making beef If he buys all purebred stock tho Investment will be so heavy that ho cannot afford to soil the pro goy for the block but will feet con strained to RO Into tho business of raising breeding cattle for which ho may not have taste and adaptability Good females of purebred beef stock bring high prices and ho would need n considerable number of pure bred cows to mako a good start IJutIwith n bull ho can In a few years have a herd of cows that will mnko It pos sible to send to market hlghgrado beeves market toppers For the beet maker then this Is about the only course possible and It Is the rourw that Is recommended by tho breeders of purebred stock In selecting a herd of cows for breeding up says Farmers Review a man should try to set animals In keeping with tho breed of tho bull ho Intends to buy Thus If ho Is going to use n purebred Shorthorn bull ho should pick up cows having hue gen eral conformation of tho Shorthorns He will find It easy to secure good animals having In them considerable Shorthorn blood though these animals would have bo regarded In lids breed- Ing operations as without any pure blood simply because tho buyer would not generally know how mulch Shorthorn blood such animals contained Tho same Is true In tho use of pure bred bulls of any breed It a man buys a Hereford bull ho should hunt up cows having some of tho general conformation of Herefords and use these for his breeding operations If such animals cannot bo secured In his own vicinity ho can generally find them nt tho big stock markets and get them at meat prices Tho brecdlngup process offers many ad vantages that the other process dOM not offer A Big Difference The difference between bloodedI swine and scrubs is surprising Good stock puts moro money In your pocket than poor It Increases the Intorwt lathe business and that is what makes things go smoothly and keeps the boy on tho farm i Clean Water for Sows Clean water should bo provided all i the time for the sows zit 1 M r f WANT FLOWERS Yrnj AVmlillng rlo- iott ti ri nu t s a 1 vw U f 4 + 0 JI ftJ g i IINOODIOUTlD ALBERToo iot r + o0 + + O 0 t i Berea and Vic iII- I 0 0 0o aao GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF cs oaoaaosoaoaaoaaaoaoaoaoDR DENTIST CITY rilOMK illS OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE t D1rs Laura Jcues hu been to Clu cluiiuU lur u largo supply ol uow chow liucryj bho con Blvu you the laturt styles aid BAVO you money ou the prices Liulo Cf rol Edwards has been hav lug the mumps Mr and Mrs C D Lewis arc hav lug a two weeks vlalt from bin mother who arrived last Saturday Mr Dodge will hold an Informal reception next Saturday from G30 to 800 p m In honor ot her bua banda seventieth birthday All hla friends young as wolf I1S old will- I bo welcome Williams tho lawyer Mr ilCl1lper stenographer Mr Isaacs ot Annvllle and others were In town Monday and Tuesday taking deposit ions In tho KcllySbepard land case which will be heard at tho next term I of the McKee Circuit Court I 1ItII Hell will preach at the Cong f I cnUonnl church next Sunday The Irlscllla Club had a most env joyablo banquet Friday evening at the homo ot Mr and Dire George Dick About thirty persons were present Mrs Charles Hanson was toastmaster and toasts were given by Mrs Frank Mvengood Charles Hanson Mrs Dr Cornelius Mark Sptnk and Mrs Dick Music was fur nished by the college orchestra during tho banquet Mrs Oscar Hayes who has been seriously III for several weeks is slightly better Dr lost la getting along rapidly with his now house on Kstlll St and Is now hoping to movo Into It before tho middle ot June Mr Sam Caywood and his wife Mn Lcttle Gay Caywood are belns congratulated upon tho arrival of n boy last week Work had begun on carrying the water works pipes down Center Bt i Tho funds now avllablo make It pro i bablo that they will not be carried farther than Mr Daltons this 0much Several from Bcrca were at Rich j mond at tho opening of Circuit Court Mr A W Stewart and son John stopped over hero Monday with somo cattle on their way to their farm near KlrksvllleMr Myers of Clover Bottom has moved his family Into tho houso on Prospect AVe recently occupied by Tom Hayes Mlua Lou rhllllps has had mumps this week- Hobert Allen ot Hamilton 0 is making an extended visit with home folks and friends Mrs E B Wallhco waa very 111 tho first ot tho week Jacob Browning of Perry County who was a former student hero at Derea Is visiting with friends here Mrs Chas Rogers who has been 111 for several weeks Is some better Mrs Lucy A Holmes and Alice Ring left Tuesday for a visit with relatives In OwnW County Tho Rov II M Shouso a former pastor of tho Baptist church was in town last week visiting with friends Mrs Mary Bonga and small children of Villa Grove Ill have been visit lag her parents Mr and Mrs Mart Baker and other relatives here for I the past tow weeks Mrs Will Davis and two children ot Corbin Ky who visited with friends tit Dig Hill last week returned to their home Sunday t- si f d- a HYvwida RICHMOND GREENHOUSES riiun Ma tar PHONE I 0 Buy Fertilizer FROM C C RHODUS 1I1SUKA KY II 12 S13LLS T1IK BEST Monday Will Lowen was In Illchmond on business Ernest Bender who has been worK ing at Corbln Ky was hero Friday From hero he left for his homo at Now Milford 0 where ho expects to stay for tho coming arIMr T A Vlars and Mlsa Bculah wore visiting In town Saturday and SundayJack Henderson of Morehead Ky Is visiting his mother Mrs Adeline Henderson and other relatives Tho annual spring entertainment of the Model schools which was to have been given next Tuesday at tho Col leo chapel has been postponed to Monday May 18 From the preparations being made a pleasant and In structive program will bo given Mr and Mrs Louis Parks ot Cln cinnati 0 came last Saturday for n visit with friends hero and his parents who live at Hydcn Ky Mrs GaUnry and children expect to move to Richmond In a few days to make their future home ELISHA GABBARD Wo havo learned with sorrow that our esteemed comrade Kllsha Gabbard has been called from tlmo to enter tho unknown regions of eternity We are sorry to part with comrado Gabbard but wo submit to tho will of Him who hath said Ho doth all things well Wo trust that the death of our com rode Is but tho transplanting ot his lire and abode ton land which Is free from tolls and cares whero his soul shall find rest among the faith ful comrades who arc now In the realms of eternal bliss whero their sorrows will bo known no more Comrade Gabbard served In Co R of the 47th regiment of Kentucky Infantry and was an exemplary sol dier Ills death occured at his homo In Jackson County Kentucky Feb 2 1008 Wo extend our sympathy to his bereaved widow and children shallbea copy ba sent to tho family ot our CitIzen minute A p Settle L V Dodge X M Gabbart E D MITCHELL Mr Ephrlam D Mitchell ono ft tho oldest and best known pt the farmers living near Berea died at his home on Sliver Creek on Monday and was laid to rest In tho family burying ground the following day Ills wife went about a year before him Ho was expecting his death and only tho Monday before he was stricken with his fatal Illness had been out In the burying ground trimming It up and getting It really for himself Ho left careful direct Ions about all his affairs as well as about his funeral and won In every way fully prepared for the end Mr Mitchells death was caused by paralysis of which he had two strokes one coming Apr 9th and tne other tho 17th Tho funeral was held nt 1000 a m Tuesday In the Silver Cirek Baptist Church thin Rev Mr Smith of Wallacetrm preachlnc thph Rprrnnn Trm Masons took charro ot tho body and of the burial tt I 4 i I W opcaoaoaoacaostottotrot8aaoao- a to o Q I College Items i a a o 0 01iERE AND THERE o- ostotooaoaoaaaceoCoaoao o 0r Friends here ot Dr Gideon A Burgess pastor of tho Union Church several years ago will ba Interested In tho dedication of a new bulldinK for tho church whluh he Is now serving tho Darlington Congregational Church at Iautucket R I The ser mons at the morning and evening services wore both given by friends of Heron College Drs Albert Marlon Hyde ot Brookton Mass and Clar ence A Vincent of Boston Ono of tho Berea colored boyb who Is barred by law from the school here but Is supported and helped by It at tho Gammon Theological Sem luary was graduated April 30 He Is Ether W D Bell and for his commencement address took the subject Tho triumphs of ChrlsUan ity Miss Robinson gave a social Tues berrcllculuswino were present reported a delight ful time iy The Rov Dr C C Croegan District Bcr si ry in Now York of the Am erican J and of Commissioners for lorelgn Muttons was In Birea over Sunday and delivered three remark abio addiueseH Those who fatted to hear him suffered a distinct loss His first tnlkon India was before the Convacatlon Saturday He addressed tho Chapel Sunday night on Japan and Corea and Monday morn- Ing spoke In chapel on China His brotherinlaw Dr Roark president of tho State Normal at Richmond accompanied him Ton tho visit Pro Frost who has spent two weeks in tho East returned Saturday noon but went away again Mou day this time to attend tho annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Oberlin Alumni Association in Cincinnati Monday night whero both he and ulghthoington of tho Southern InterState Oratorical Contest Mrs Frost return ed with him from Cincinnati Miss Anna Smith who has spent a two weeks vacation In Toledo Cleve land and at her homo at Bellevue Ohio returned Monday noon Senior Julian Cabello of tho north ern part of Mexico who has been a student at Valparaiso Ind has como to Berea and will be In school tho rest of this term and probably next year Mss CamerOn Is planning to go abroad soon after tho close of the term It Is still uncertain whether or not she will return In time toI have charge of the Ladles Hall next j winter Word has been received hero that Miss Margaret LIvengood who was a graduate from tho college here in I 1000 IB teaching a good school at Cactalla Ohio 1 The Collco was visited Monday and Tuesday by the Misses Neal and Brewstor of llIs Barrys school at Rome Ga who wore looping for pointers on things It would be good to do for that school The orchestra band and Ariel Quartette and their lady friends enjoyed a picnic on Robes Mountain SaturdayMrs E Cartmoll Is planning to leave for tho north Saturday to spend the summer Anderson D Jones Is completing another succcstful year at the Vor hoes Industrial school Denmark S C Their anniversary exercises close May 14thBETA I KAPPA WINS DEBATE J Boys Do Good Work but Memorlz ealSpeeches Prevent Real Test of- StrengthDecision Two to One The debato between Union and Beta Kappa Literary Societies last Friday night on the tariff question was won by Beta Kappa which had tho free trade side of tho question Her speakers were Chas lanery J M Cain and Samuel Grathwehl Un ion In the affirmative was represent ed by James Sparks Edgar Stanton and Jesse Baird Tho question as stated was Resolved that tha protective tariff system Is a better economic policy for the United Sta tes than tree trade Tho decision of tho judges was two to one In favor of the negative The debate was a credit to both sides and tho speaking in general was very good The arguments were well arranged and strong and show ed for both sides much thought and hard work Stanton Baird and Grath well wero especially good In delivery Each sldo tried to show that the method It supported would be better for the producer consumer and wage earner Tho affirmative made much of the closer market and tho saving In tho cost of transportlon It deni ed that exchange to be just must be natural and showed many figures con trasting conditions In 189C and 1n 1907 Free trade It declared was a process of leveling wages between countries and argued that since wages In this country are the high There can be but one Leader Our Newest Styles Best Quality and Low Prices make us the one LADIES AND CHILDRENS HATS SHOES DRY GOODS READYMADE GARMENTS 1 Everthing for Ladies and Childrens wear MRS S R BAKER PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY An Explanation But Not ant Apology I have no objections to carpenters putting on metal roofs so long as they put them on so that their work does not hurt the metal roofing business If they would put on metal roofs which would give satisfaction I could give nearly every idle carpenter in Berea a few days work every week BUT three years ago the houses the Berea Real Estate Company built on Center St were covered with metal by carpenters These roofs were put on so poorly that they almost killed the metal roofing business in this part of our county for some time Mr Porter wanted mo to put on those roofs but I was busy with my school work I sell lots of roofing to carpenters I give them the right kind of rooTing TO SUIT the building andwith a few hints and the proper tools we get pretty good roofs HENRY LENGFELLNER Tke Metal RIMf Mao Golden Place Phone 1702 Berea Ky eat In the wprld It would result In a leveling down for us The negative cmpbasled tho differ enco between the real and the itcml nal wage defining the real wage as tho power to secure necessities and convenlencles of life The increased prosperity under tho tariff was for tho rlchand not for the poor It declared quotiug many authorities In this point Its rebuttal failed to chow that many other things than differ line In tariff mtTd Into difference In conditions between 183G and 1907 and It lid MP fl nirs to back up its assertion that there had been an Increase In living expenses On tho whole tho debate was very close as was proved by the two to ono decision The weak point was that tho speeches were memorized so that It was Impossible for the speakers to meet each other fairly and a good deal of time was wasted by each sldo In talking about argu ments that the other side might have made but didnt To a large extent the debaters failed to really lock horns during the entire evening nnd I the debato would have been greatly Improved by more freedom both of style nnd of argument A BEREA OFFSHOOT Prof Dinsmoro returned early this week from Boston where ho went o attend a meeting ot the trustees of Okolona Industrial College of Mississ- IppI ot which Wallace A Cattle ono of tho Berea colored boys is president Mr Batttlos report was most encour aging and showed that tho school Is doing Its work well also It is In need ot funds Tho trustees appointed n committee to prepare an appeal to the public for contributions Ono ot the strongest endorsements of the school was made by A T Stov all a citizen of Okolona and president of the board of trustees He mode It clear that the white people of the South are already overburdened with their efforts to give education to tho children of both races and that taey welcome help from tho North feeling that all parts ot tho country are equal ly responsible for the condlUon of the negro He further said =Okolona enjoys the unique distinction among colored schools ot the South of being self supporting on running expenses This enables all money donated to go Into permanent construction and places Okolonn In the first rank Tributes like this to the work of a Bcrca boy show what a good work has been stopped here In the driving of the colored people away BUSINESS FOR SALE As my poor health has made ct tecessary for mo to retire from act ive work 1 am offering for sale one of the best businesses In Berea with a flue line of goods and In a most desirable location I have re costly Increased tho stock thinking I woud be able to continue work but my health Is still bad and the business is a bargain for somebody I wish to sell it as a whole and will give good terms to the right man For any good enterprising business man who wants to get started In Berea this is a tlno open Inc and you should apply at once as I am feeling like making a quick dealAlso I have for sale a storehouse and lot in good business location in Panola Madison County Tho store house is 20 by 60 feet Also for sale or rent a small farm with dwelling house good barn and outbuildings water and orchard at Brassfleld Madison County Possess ion av once Very truly yours W D Logsdon TombstonesWhen wait for GILBERT REYNOLDS Repreentlna Richmond Marble Company- He will treat you right Hold on Stop paying rent It does not pay We will sell you ft nice lot In the best part of town for only 100 You pay 10 flown and the remainder in monthly payments of 8 Call on or address B P Ji=I IIM JtfOV sat 11a Men Ly 7 1 J 2SCement Walks I i Must bo built soon For best prices call on J S Rutherford Shop Near Depot Home Op posits Burdettes MillIOUR HOLLOW BLOCKS Cheaper Than Stonoa I Hotter than Brick Ve Make The Kind You Want O j Everybody Ride Easy I FOR Rubber Tire Work I SEE FPBENTLY KINGSTON KENTUCKY lIe hns n large supply of Rubber on hand Got his prices before ing yourbuegyruhberod luIguarantees nil his work I Bargain in Real Estate A five room cottage two porchesIlarge well shaped lot with good Im I provements located on Chestnut St Quarters for cow horse 100 chickens I Must be seen to be appreciated AIbargain if taken nt once For ticulars see M L Spink Beren KyIREAL ESTATE Kidd Robinson Office Over lot OOJcfl Notary Public Bcrca Ky LADAVISMD i OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 50 CNTD ST S R BAKER DENTIST ICYlav Ode4citeTeeth extracted without painSueferoe ENGINES BOIL j ERS SAW MILLS T I REPAIRED YOlk Promptly RetamodvCONN MU S Leaster Ky THEWOBLDS BREATESTSEWINi IIUIIIE i NtitMS w uwsnlettberaVlbratlneBhnttle Rotary- dauttlaoratnpgI Thread CAa n Bewlne Machine write to 1111I9 Our cuarantr Dever runt out Void byaathortad dealers earl roe sou sr J M RICHAR03QN ft COMPANY 0 nrl Agents 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eodlu ua foul CtUzentratarnS Advertising rates on application ttKMIBK or KKNTCCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Wo havo to admit that mlnco pies cause more juvenile crime than does strong drink being often the Impelling motive that drives the small boy to break Into the cupboard For every warship that Germany builds England will build two Britan spa has been ruling the waves for tome years now nod Intends to keep the job until the cows come home Coming events cast their shadows before The fashion columns are full of advance notes about the Easter bon net and the shadow Is cast athwart the bank account of the head of the house The transcontinental automobilists have been too busy trying to get out of snowdrifts to explain what benefit humanity Is to derive from their ex plops It they succeed In getting through There are to be specialstreet cars ror women In London Suffragettes will fear that In some way they are being deprived of their rights If it wero special cars for men they wouldnt stand for It The best way to outwhat your friends are really worth is to have aeed of them says the Washington Post And the Baltimore American adds This Is also the best way to get rid of ideals and illusions A young man In Connecticut who called for a young lady with the Inten tlon of eloping with her was dlscour aged by a can of hot water Paradox ically the hot water thrown upon him proved cold water for his plans In view of the love at first sight ex planation of International marriages the rarity of matches In which the groom is an American heir and the bride a daughter of the foreign no bility seems somewhat Inexplicable A yc whogirl about the scheme of drying wet shoes by stuffing them with oats aroused her Interest but when she Bald she hadnt any oats he made a serious mistake Ho halt a bushel sent to tier next day French military experts are gener ally of tbe opinion that Japan would have little trouble in defeating the United States If war wero declared French military experts thought along i In 1870 that France could whip Cor many without having to stop for more than one or two meals Tho public school teachers of Now York are Insistent on the reinstate ment of corporal punishment for fla grant offenders After trying the new systems of moral suasion they have r come to the conclusion that though rather oldfashioned fn his philosophy Solomon know what ho was talking about Timor of Philadelphia EOS ma covered that George Washington was the real author of the doctrine that to the victors belong the spoils Now omo other iconoclast will shatter the last tradition to which wq have tear fully and desperatejy clung and prove the Father of Ills Country a fully qual tiled candidate for tbe Ananias club of his time John Ryder Randall who lately died was the author of Maryland My Maryland one of the most stirring songs that the war produced The word were Inspired by the encounter between the Massachusettt troops and the people of Baltimore They wero soon after sung to tho old tune Lau river Koratius Thus remarks the Youths Companion from tie opening of the war tbe south had ft swinging song Maryland My Maryland caught the ear of the north and although it lfc explicitly local has become a aatlonal hymn The proposition to furnish munici pal free breakfasts to school children In the tenement districts In New York because many pupils have of necessity such a slim breakfast that when they get to school they cannot ilo good work has appealed to many at first sight says the Boston Globe but the officials of organized charity In that city object strenuously and with some degree of reason to tho freebreakfast idea first on the ground that It Is not legal and secondly that It tends to pauper Uatlon t 4i 4 t 1 iY- a i Foolish 11 They Are the RIChGreat Enemies Order By REV JOHNSTON MYERS D D Chicago a There ore more good rich men than there an bad rich men But if this republic is over overthrown by a spirit of discontent upon the part of tho mosses the blame will rest largely with u majority of the possessors of wealth whose meanness dissipation and ab surd extravagance have aggravated and irritated tho poorer classes beyond the point of endurance Their selfishness and disregard of their obligations to others is responsible for the rise of the evil I of socialism They have underpaid those who wore helpless to resist They have made absurd displays of their wealth at dinners and public functions The absence of the principle of fair dealing and sanity has made the masses disgusted and angry Whshouhl the man who is making money pay his employes time smallest possible wages Why should he dedudt from those small wage a loss which was mused byan accident illness or some slight mistake Why should a dinner party composed of those who have only inherited their money spend thousands of dollars for the sake of display when many are suffering for the necessities of life r Why should some w6man spend 30000 for one garment when some other woman more deserving than she and with greater ability is oblige 11 to struggle to make n respectable appearance 1 The thoughtful working people of this nation do not begrudge the man of wealth enjoying the comforts and luxuries They do not find any fault because he can dress better than they and live in n finer homo Ihcy are not rebellious because of his prosperity If ho is fair to his employe if he is generous in his dealings with others if he does not act a fool in his extravagances they will have no rebellion in their thought about mint They would be glad to know their leader and friend was able to en joy life It is the injustice the tyranny and the absurdity of the snobbish rich which is spreading the spirit of unrest These are tho people who should be reached in some way by our laws mill compelled to be fair in their treatment of others and sane in time expenditure of money which they have either inherited or else obtained through the toil of their follow citizcnsThey have no more right to anger the masses of the people by their meanness anti foolishness than tho anarchist has to excite them with the red flag and the inllammable speech These foolish rich people mind the anarchists are equally the anomics of our social order Pension for EveryMother By PBOF CHARLES ZUEBLIN UalTtnlfr at Chlcafa Sonic of our most dependent women are IlCfIOUlCIIltIis of way society has been conducted in the past ro have heun brought upso Marriage is supposed to bo a bwwti fill union the beautiful entwining of the slender woman about tho strong nature of man The difliculty is that ono woman is dependent upon the income of one nun that is dependent upon his income capacity This places the woman in a dependent state and infuses into man that air of superiority The idea is almost intolerable when you think of it for it places such a limitation upon the economic possibilities of womanThe mass of men regard their wives as their property One may take the tenderest care of his property even of his dog or some other pet uni mal but it is not the right kind of relationship for man and woman Thaancicnt conception that marriages are made in Heaven is Marriage is an institution of the state and cannot exist unless based upon love which however has its foundation in Heaven Perhaps the majority of women marry because they have no other visible means of support and economic dependence is the result Marriage is primarily a physiological relationship and its primary function is potential parenthood that is the birth of children Luckily we have mostly coeducational institutions Segregation is distinctly class education anvil not popular with most people It often is said that coeducation breeds marriage The coeducational Fchool is the best place I know of for the promotion of marriage but since when has marriage become n crime I know of no better place in the world for the promotion of scandals than in a segregated school Wo ought to hoe rigid regulations of the niarriage license It should bo issued six months before time ceremony is allowed to take place Then our marriages would be more apt to be permanent and divorces would be few The state should establish strict engagement regulations There is no satisfactory marriage relationship without freedom and sacrifice but in the past the trouble has been that man has had all the freedom and woman has shouldered all the sacrifice The idea always has been held that every one has his affinity But this is a grave mistake and it is too often curried into marriage For a few days and even for a few months the two may think they are made for each other But then the vision fails for the affinity too often is taken for the real thing It is much better for man and woman to enter marriage with regard and esteem for each other and without love and grow up to love each other than to be carried away by the affinity idea Human nature h large and a mon might have many women friends and the women might have many men friends Each still might be a model husband or wife if it wore not for the way in which these matters ore regarded now A man awoman have nQ right to lire together if they do not pole tttch other except for time sake of their children Scores of worsen live with their husbands for no other reason than for lack of other support Love is the one and only thing that will maintain this institution right I There should be a diiTcrcutiatiou between divorce ina case where there are no children and a ease where there are children It is a busi ness of the state to make especially difficult the separation of those who have Children livery mother whether rich or poor should be pensioned equally say ten dollars a month for each child up to the third aud a decrease in the mount up to the filth child when it should cease In spite of the bonus M mc still would have one or two children and others would take a chance en a dozen i ie rftlt VHj r fj iAlti I JAP WARSHIP SUNK I TRAINING CRUISER SENT TO THE BOTTOM DY EXPLOSION I MORETMAN 200 DROWNED I About 150 Members of the Crew and Cadets Are Rescued by Two Other War Vetselt Many Offl cers Perish Tokyo More than 200 men In eluding tho captain and many other officers perished early Thursday when I tho training cruiser Matsushlma was sunk by tho accidental explosion of a projectile According to a report from Admiral Yoshlmatsu command ing tho training squadron the disas ter occurred while tho vessel was anchoring at Makang In the Pesca dores Islands About ICO of those aboard tho Matsushlma were rescued by tho cruisers Hashldate uud Itsuku shima Cruiser Immediately Sinks Tho Matsushlma Immediately sank until only the bridge was visible Kf forts nt rescue by boats from tho cruisers Hashldate and Hsukushlma continued for a long time saving the lives of 141 men including some of cmThe majority of tho officers w and at the time of tho admiralsreport tho cadets numbered of 300 The soiirbt Aaron Chlnda vice mintster of t e foreign omco and of Prince 00 ama field marshal are among tho cadets who It was feared wero lost also Capts Name Yoshmorl and Ya shlro Tho cause of time explosion was unknownSeek Facts Before Report Washington Baron Takahlra tho Japanese ambassador was Just about to start for the state depart ment Thursday when ho was shown the dispatch from Tokyo telling of the loss of lIfo by tbo explosion on the cruiser Matsushlma It was tho firstI news the ambassador land received of tho tragedy and he expressed deepI i regret over the occurrence With their usual caution and conservatism tho I naval officials at Tokyo evidently are obtaining all the Information possible I before giving out any full report of the disaster No report of tho explosion reached the navy department dur the morning from tho American ling attache at Tokyo Naval officers at onco looked up tho record of tho cruiser drew the conclusion that her loss was not a heavy ono to the Japanese navy Vessel a Small One She was of less than GOOO tons ills placement and of a typo which has not been followed since her construc tion The peculiarity of the Matsu shlma was her firmament which con slated of ono 1 = Inch gun mounted on her poop deck In addition she car rled 12 fourInch guns and a battery of smaller caliber and four above wa ter torpedo tubes She was built In 1890 being designed and constructed at La Seyne France Her principal historic record consists of her part in the war between Japan and China when she was tho flagship of Admiral Ito In tho battle of the Yalu river Sho also participated in tho battle of tho Sea of Japan Two sister ships wero built the ItiukUHhlras fti 1S90 and the Haahldato In 1891 Tho cruiser had no armor She Is classed as a pro tected cruiser having a protected deck of 114 Inches thick AID TORNADO SUFFERERS Work of Relief In Afflicted Southern States It Organized New Orleans The work of relief for the tornado sufferers In Louisiana and Mississippi is now so thoroughly organized that It covers I every part of the wldo territory af fected by tho storm At Hattlesburg Miss Thursday Red Cross officials took charge of the care of tho ICO or more severely injured In Hattlcsburg hospitals U Is planned to concen trate as many of the badly Injured as possible at Hattlesburg in order to better caro for them Some of tho In jured will bo cared for at Lumberton and other towns Fare Helps Railroads ILow la With the two law In operation for the greater part of the period the eight representative railroads of Iowa show n net gain of 383057 In passenger earnings for tho year ending January 1 1908 Notwithstanding a falling off 386000 In the gross earnings for the same period the conclusion Is drawn that the reduction In price of mileage has benefited the railroads as well as IIndian Chief Killed Passengers arriv lag from Blueflelds Nicaragua reported that tho fighting between Mosquito Indians and Nicaraguans has ended with the killing of the Indian chief The fighting began about two months ago and a large number of persons wero reported to have been killed Fatal Duel In Alabama Birmingham AlaDr J E Oar risen shot and killed J D Williams an electrician Thursday at Mat Creek In a duel Bad blood existed between Williams and Garrison about family affairs A coroners Jury exonerated Garrison who Is dangerously wounded Heavy Frosts In Northwest Keokuk lalIeavy frosts In southeastern Iowa northeastern THIatourl and western Illinois Wednesday night badly damaged strawberries but peaches and hardy fruit are safe op Ii wtlE i A 4 3 rJJ- r r DOROTHY IN FAIRYLAND Delightful Adventure of a Lonesome Little Girl Dorothy lay in the hammock one bright spring day she could not make tip her mind whether to stay there wading Little Irudy or go to the plno woods to get the pine needles which were there Even little May her baby Bistor whom she generally thought stfch a tyrant would have beon Joy to the lonely child but May was taking her nap Sophie the nurse was out shopping cook was cross mamma driving anti galil she would not be homo till six and father was In Boston about a hundred miles from there She mused most every child has her own nurse to take her out walk Ing but May takes SollhlcsI I and Annlo Instead of having a cross comoIcverj when I am having such a good time Before Rover died t she went on I had sonic one to play with dogs are so nice to play with If I had a pussy like little Katy Duane I would bt happy Never ihlnd Miss Dorothy said n tiwtflt little voice close to her vide Dorothy turned around and there before hat stood tile sweetest llttln being she had ever seen Will you please toll mo said tho spirit for that was what he waswhltt yon are scolding about inlis7- Uecaubo I am lonely mtd Dor othy sulkily What would you like to dot asked the spiritGo a picnic or party with a lot of girls and boys Anmt you allowed to got asked thespiritNo wtred Dorothy but thorn Isnt any so It dont matter much Would you like to go with mo to Fairyland and see all the fairies dwarfs elves and spirits that live thoror I would love to air said Dorothy Well como at once or the sun will have set before we got there said the spirit Before Dorothy could think she found herself floating In the air as fast as the fleetest of birds Is It very tar to Fairyland asked DorothyOh said tho spirit For here wo are can you seer asked the spiritIndeed she could see and so much that she could say nothing but Obl und stare and stare and stare I thought you would be pleased said thin spirit Do you know miss that you arc the first little human girl that ever came Into Fairyland No I didnt sir but I know now Dorothy found herself seated on n toadstool in front of a large violet leaf In Fairyland began the spirit wo lino violet leaves as tables toadstool as chains bluebells as bells lilies of the valley as cups ptapods an boats peas as balls and the caterpillars as dumbwaiters to pull time food from that bright place over there that Is the Fairyland kitchen the elves are the waiters and tho meadow Is time Fairy laud dining roam Wo spirits each have our own IIttlo home where wo can rest and sleep to our hearts con tent with no one to disturb us Would you like to see my house Yes sir If It Is no bother said DorothyDo see thcao leases asked the spirit Yes said Dorothr d fell qvcr one of them is the home of a fairy and that big one In the middle Is the Fairy Queens home and this Is my home said the spirit look la It not pretty Can you see T No said Dorothy It Is too dark Oh I am forgetting that you are not a fairy we can see in tho dark as well as In the day But wait while I call my lamps Hero tho spirit began to call loudly Bright Light Twlnklol Tho spirit paused and turned toward the west Hero they are ho said- Dorothy turned around and to her great surprise she saw three little tire fliesSuddenly Dorothy awakened to find that the three little fireflies were not- Ing but tho lights In tho window of tho house across the road The fresh spring rain falling on her face had awakened her It was all A dream Ihlladelpbla Ledger In Schoo- lTeacher= Howdld you help break the windo- wJobnnyI helped JohnnyIt was a ball broke Itbut- I threw the ball Teacher Boyg you may write a few sentences The Mewl The Mow wroto a school boy Is a hardier bird than the guse or turkey- It has two legs towalkwlth two more to kick with and It wears its wings stubbunlybackward iki t tt I6r j A CLEVER ILLUSION How You Can Make YoUr Canary Enter His Cape 1 Draw upon a sheet of paper an empty cago und then near tho arse draw n bird Tho Idea is to maka JIlt bird ruler tho cage r Place a visiting card between lie two figures thus drawn holding tho Doing the Trick card Mnciidlcularly on time parr ate In time illustration 1rcsn tho fnJ tit your nose on tho bonier of the card and look at the bird and tho case Yon will thus see the bird with your siftbl eye and the capo with your left but In a moment the bird will secci to move then enter tho coco and ocouoy tho position Indicated In tho pictureyTo make this trick easy you can copy the figure to the right of our Il lustration place your visiting card an lino A II and then say to your friwut Now would you believe that by doing thus I ran make tho bird enter the wageT Of course he will doubt It that make him stand apK illc tho light i that the card will not throw n shadow and alter looking close to the amt for n taw seconds tho wonderful phe nomenon will uppuar to him MUIeil Bxperltntiiii SONGS IN THE SPRING 1 I Tilt wm frog at play ibraaJanJibWUr nu OtwM- Vlio INS It Who has Ur all ve Mna I do sheet n And the naughty old bullfrog sings Il- vrny the wimn Jug u rum Jug o rum without susaliainr New Orleans ricnywrtI SHELVES FOR HOLDING BOOKS Can Easily Be Made and Utilized for Holding Your Books Half Inch soft wood may bo utlltzotb for making Iho set of shelves shown A Wall Book Shelf in the accompanying Illuitrattaa The lido pieces should be about 36 Inches In length and 12 Inches wide Tbo di monslunn however may be varied to a RibeSmall cleats are nailed on the inside A of the aide pieces to support the shelves which are fattened to the wall 1 bynipapBof loig Render screws says r tho Prairie Former They may he stained or painted to harmonies with the surroundings and curl Una ofsllkok t leno or other suitable uraterlal added Y If desired f Common Sense Y Now said Mrs Ooodnrt If you ldoa Ilttlo work for mo Ill give you a meal after a whllu Say lady replied Hungry Hawkcs youll gltiod vUoapor If yer f itUlmmo de meal now Vor5r alwaits- aldtn ime a tteroe tsyatlta f Yt i 14- R i k itjtte J If J1 r l1Mari frearFa + rr 4rs pf jiFROM CITY TO FARM- Y who tuUn with crtdulitr to tho wMpdees ef foncl who pure with ff rn th phfcatoniiofhape who pectthstrswillprformlhpromie i lortBy ERNEST McGAFFEY Author qf OurdoorjPmiya ICopyrttm by Joseph U Howie Sundays in- the Country On Saturdays the road that led past our place was fairly lively with teams and riders RoltiK to town anti occa sionally u loan pedestrian could beseem cutting across tho fluids bound for ties county seat Tho usual work went on In tho Holds and late In tho afternoon and on until midnight the honwcluralnB vehicles and horses rattled or galloped by us Hut when Sunday morning came there was n sharp and clear dnmarcatlon between work and rot No longer tho men could bo seed following the plows cub tivating corn working with the- IhraebersIlIA or reapers or shucking earn with tho wagons slowly filling to ward tho sideboard Thuro was a wide silence over tho fields An ebb In till tide of affairs u lull in tho round of rural Industry Tho wood had bet n carried In Satur day night anti oven the smoke from the kitchen chimneys seemed to crawl taut stealthily anti creep away unob trusively as If fearing to stain the blue vaults of Sabbath stillness Chore npKared to have been dune before daybreak for you rarely found a farmer about his barn on Sundays until tho unto came for going to churchIt a peculiar sensation to really sundarmfashioned pence and quiet Tho boils on top of tho smokehouse which wore accustomed to eking out regular ly at hair past cloven calling tho men In to dinner from the fields hung mo tlanlrai now unless possibly set In motion by the hands of some wander ing child Teams went by with the usual cargo of churchgoers filled with men women and children all dressed In their bolt and all except the horses enjoying tho respite from ilally cures If you went to a farmhouse you wouM nearly always Hud the people gone and almost Invariably to church In town Idtddng racks Tvera pined with farm wagons and every hitching post was occupied by either n team or a saddlohone Church windows worn open gvorywhero In tho summer time and even on Into the fall and echoes nf uM hymns and sweet young child lull wires floated out on the mild sun lades air In the earlier part of the day there had boon long and clangorous pealing out over tho tops of the houses and from the country stwplc the bells had flcnt brassy or Iron messages to the farmers dwellings but later tho urchus had hived In their environ mont the greater part of tho communi ty and the drono of voices or tho sound of a preachers Intonation was all that could be heard from the out side Sometimes along the country roads would come a cavalcade with tho toss lug plumes and mourning cortege that toW of tho transformation from thn uncertainties of life to tho endue ing peace of tho beyond A funeral In the country was In soma respects sharply distinguished front ono In the city In tho country tho women mostly stayed In tho church together with tho immediate relatives of the departed There they remained through tho services joining In tho hymns and listening to the funeral r sermon Hut thQ friends and neigh bors of tho deoaacd very often gath eyed under adjacent trees and visit td among themselves talking over tho Ufo nnd character of h9dnd t Uliu IiiJuiKliiK In reminiscences or old i times In the settlement Particularly was this tho case It the deceased was an old settler or the who of an old settler In that event the attendance j would be from fardistant points and tieven the Editors of the town papers Iwould como Old men would lathery In the shade of oaks and hickories and j tell of the dayn when tho country was one unbroken mass of heavy timber e and when they rode on horseback 60 1 mile for soIL Young men and boy would appeal to ttitiee veterans for confirmation in regard to some legend which had been R part of tho late history of tho lost one and a general historical survey of the f past would be the result of the outside assemblagecreckon Uncle Hilly knows yF all aboutIt now would remark somo j whiskered stx footer ant 4 and munching away with subdued sat i isfaction Uncle Billy was right smart qlof a man in his day I rlckolect when DO ftat came over from Dig Be- ndzher wtunt more n a dozcn people at 1 florid an Billy said they wuz too thick thcrferhlm he clard that forty wher tho ole log house stdod that no yt uz married Inaia bo fenced her nth 0 walnut rails I reckon they halnt no walnut now for fence rails i TIle fust railroad they put through here lad walnut ales and Billy split 1i a many a tie fer em But after awhile t they tuck em up an put In oak ties lfiaa kyartid off tht walnut ties an told f o factarles Uncle JWUiade roost of bis jnone Q wal I f iti b j1 r nut plaited the trees every year an they growed thlrselvcs Then tho doors of tho church would open and tho people Insldo would slowly emerge for the last rites In the drama of Undo hilly Country churchyards are generally very beautiful spots and lowers grow In them on nil sides Tho sense of an eternal Sabbath seems brooding anlong tho white headstones and over the soft grassy mounds that heave between tho quiet paths When wo did not go to church wo used to drift ort to the woods and lie down under the centuryold oaks und watch tho sunshine sift down on tho grass and the leaves There was an Indescribable sense of perspective In looking Into tho tops of these wood land elders and wondering Just what life and color and motion had passed before them In long review since mho time when tho treo first sprung as a sapling from the hillsides Ono of these oaks slanted from an abrupt slope towards a shallow creek and under It n spring bubbled Up whore watercrcssex grow and where tho maadowfrogs rondezvoucd To this spring resorted sundry catbirds jays und robins tilting their heads back and draining time cool water with a particular relish Iox squirrels scampered up and down the broad Incline of this great tree and occasional ly wayfaring crows perched In tho topmost branches The grass beneath It was thick and soft and n continual breeze seemed ovorprcscnt In Its up- Per twigs however still the air was at its base It was a veritable cloister The groves worn Gods first tmple ere men learned To hew the shaft and lay tile oreht trace And many an hour we dreamed and mused under tho shade of this forest leviathan until the waning sun threw shadows down from western battle meats In tho pastures and meadows the sheep nibbled huddling In woolly mass nt the approach of any Intruder and dashing away In panic at the sight of a dog Cattle grazed on the slopes or at the approach of noon chewed tho cud In the shade of clans and maplesAfter church was over tho Sunday schools took up und the children sang Sunday school hymns and studied or recited their lessons until tho time came for them to go home The usual custom after church wax to go visit hag This meant another hitching up of the hones and a trip of from three to seven miles to some neighbors there to unhitch und stay to supper and to sit around and discuss all the news of tho neighborhood The morning sermons are thrashed over tho funeral If there tins been one carefully gone over and tho ante ccdcuU of tho deceased and of his Immediate relatives commented on Crops always furnish a fruitful themo for argument or prophecy and the men anti the wonton Invariably sep arate and talk In different groups The men often gravitate to the barn the women to the parlor and the children usually play In the yards Visiting Is one of the tokens of society among tho married folks and tho organ Is generally pressed Into service and a little Sunday music and singing In dulged In A girl who can play tho organ well lies an accomplishment which Is considered an enviable ont In the country Thu advent of some one from a dis tant settlement always is hailed with great Interest and I have seen such an arrival croae questioned nt length by a group of Interested bysjandern A man like that usually has a grist of frrsh nctrs to dipcnso and until lie 1 pumped dry Is an object of general In terest One of tho peculiarities In life In the country Is tho fact that a great runny families are related to one an other by marriage and nearly every body Is everybody elses thirtysecond cousin Tho result IB that there Is a sort of tab kept by each person on all the births deaths and marriages that occur In tho surrounding counties and the interest manifested never grows less on account of this distant relationshipEven a man takes his family and moves to another state he generally takes his old paper just to see how things are progressing in his old coun ty and when ho comes back as ho often does to take up his residence In tho lame neighborhood from whence he formerly departed ho Is up to date as to tho neighborhood happen ings and can tell just who has died wboB been married and all other Items of local moment Theca Sunday vislttngs are tho tree for ahl debating societies of the district and friendships are cemented or feuds started at them according to circumstancesNo Is ever transacted oa Sunday and tho Inevitable remark Is Ill seo you tomorrow about that if any talk approaches the semblance of a sale or trade There still seems to bo apparent In rural districts the more ascetic view of Sunday the outward and Inward observance of a strict Sabbatarian setting apart of the day The bustle noise gayety clamor ex citementandgeneral air ef throwing of of work and assuming a holiday i tiIio L aspect as in the cltiei is wholly absent llstcnd there Is the sense of reserve nnd extreme quiet tho taking on of a reverential and subdued tone both In action nnd conversation Insldo of our little farmhouse wo usually turned to our books when tho sun began to get hot and by opening all tho doors and drawing tho shades on tin sunny side of the house wo were always cool and comfortable I wonder If there Is any such quiet as you will find in a farmhouse on a Sun day afternoon with the clock ticking out an emphasis of tho extreme noise Icssncss Our yard was full of flowers mostly old fashloncd roses hollyhocks peo nies tiger 111ies balsam sweet peas pansies and nasturtiums and the fragrance como In through the win down with a drowsy sweetness that seemed a natural part of the day Tho birds sang Infrequently perhaps a chorus of blackbirds In the orchard or maybe the challenge of a wandering flicker but there was somehow an al most imperceptible drone In the air llko tho sound of invisible surf The faint shrilling of Insects In tho grass tho low whisper of moving leaves the boat of a passing horses hoofs the call of a foraging crow these sounds came and went and still the day dreamed on a veritable lotus eating stagnation of punenthralled delight Lenoro had her time place and dc sire for n regular afternoon nap on Sundays and when tho time came she could bo found In a ham mock underneath a couple of maples stretched out In peaceful slumber her lips parted and her tangled yellow hair falling over her face Sometimes a kitten played with tbo fringes of the hammock and at times an Inquis itive jaybird peered at her from the maples but tho most part she was un disturbed Somo days she omitted this dally steep but on Sundays she always sought the shelter of the ham mockVisitors sometimes came front the town or from time neighboring farms to see us on Sundays but usually wo were cloistered in an atmosphere of seclusion on those days It was vastly different to look from windows out on fields nnd orchards rather than outward to an expanse of walls nnd chimneys Somehow Sun day in n city seems to be more of a holiday than a day of rest But In tbe country everything rests but the horsesOn certain Sundays however there wax considerable excitement In our neighborhood This would happen when some traveling evangelist would bo heralded as coming to the county seat to hold services or when a campmeotlnfc was to bo held In tho neighborhood The traveling preachers generally drew largo crowd from tho surrounding country and usually stayed from ono to two days In each town They made more or less conversions and their style of preach ing and tholr personality would be keenly discussed among their auditors They wero men who rarely appeared In the cities or even tho larger towns but confined their efforts to medium sized towns and tho smaller cities or the condclass sizes But when the community received word that there was to be a camp meeting In the neighborhood there was a rent wave of excitement munl fest In tho district There was n rustling In the feminine ranks and a getting ready by young and old with a view of attending In full force Everyone goes to camp meeting and not to bo seen there night after night argues yourself as too entirely blase for common existence Even the very oldest of time Inhabitants can be seen there as well as tho younger nnd more thoughtless of the rural popula thou Campmeeting does not really commence until after nightfall although somo attempts are made to hold afternoon services But it takes the accompaniment of lights gloom tires and tho weird Influence of sot emn spread trees to arouse the latent emotional qualities And so when campmeeting limo came there was much furbishing of harness and curry lug of horses much driving by ol couples going to camp meeting some of thorn on pleasure bent and others moved by vague anticipations of an awakening Campmeetings In our neighbor hood were always In the open air anti In some grove of tall trees and there was nearly always apparent n latent current of emotionality which became active later on manifesting itself In Intense excitement under the fervid oratory of the preachers Men anti women girls and boys flocked to Vthe mourners bench and oftentimes old grudges were healed and new friendships sealed under the Influence of the occasionThe of tbe ministers tho pinging of the old timq gospel hymns tho disjointed talks nf the converted tho garish flash of lights hung in the branches the appeals to the congregation the electric thrill In the nlr all combined to make the scene ono of the keenest Interest U was an open atr drama and the actors and the audience moved about under a spell of splrtual exaltation hardly conscious of time forces that Impelled themThere wero shouts and tries and tears on seamed faces and atrenuoui urging to become regenerated one seek a better life and above the grove the unhastlng anil unresting stars watched and shone I wonder what they thought of Itnl11 It was a strange medley of figures and laces a pathetic vision of reaching out for something higher than the common places of everyday existence The comparative Isolation of life in a farm lag community Is one of the causes which makes the smoldering three break out and blirKmdiiIu4tl- 1iCJicJrctaIilGN o t4 d JESUS BETRAYED AND DENIED Smdey School Lcuoa for May 17 1908 Specially Prepared for ThIs Paper IK8SON TKXTJoim 18IS7 Memory crass r t- 001DIO TKXT JMUII aid unto them The Son of man shall bo betrayed into the linndx of menMatt 1722 TIM I3 Thursday evening stud early Frl Jay morning April 0 and 7 A D 30 IiACHThe garden of OetMcman jn the nlop of the Mount of Olives sod the house of Calaplmi In Jerusalem Comment snd Suggestive Thought The Sleeping Disciples V 1 Geth seinane was a plot of ground Matt 2T36 which appears to have been on tho Mount of Olives Luke 2239- and beyond time ravine of tho Kldrou John 181 Leaving Jerusalem by St Stephens gate ono comes to tho traditional site of Oethsemane at a distance of almost CO yards beyond tho bridge that spans the Kldron A stone wall incloses a nearly square plot of ground which contains eight very ancient olive trees It Is universally admitted that the real site cannot be far from tho traditional oneConder In Hastings Illble Dlc tionary Tho temptation of the disciples In GctliEcmano on time surface was a temptation to physical sloth the yield ing of physical weakness but deeper tholr sin was the lack of that sympa thy with Christ which would have kept them awake watching and pray ing as he bade them It was all the worse because Christ had sought as his nearest companions to give him what comfort men could In his su preme spiritual struggle tho three dis ciples that were nearest him Peter James and John Ho had thus hon ored them at least twice before when he healed the daughter of Jalrtis and on tho Mount of Transfiguration Tho three disciples met this tempta lion by yielding to drowsiness rous ing enough to perceive the agony of Christ which they have reported to us and then falling asleep again in spite of their Masters pleadings twice repeated for their loving Interest and support in his great trial sever In- all their lives could Peter James and John wipe out that failure from their memories And yet have wo one word of blame We have never been worn with sorrow such as theirs Have we not also failed when our Lord has naked us to watch and prayR C GillieThe Treacherous Disciple Vs 59 Already while Christ was uttering his sad words of disappointment Sleep on now the lanterns and torches of his captors were gleaming through the trees Judas brings with him 1 Omcers from the chief priests and Pharisees These were the temple servants the Jewish guard of time temple 2 A band of men A detachment of Ro man soldiers from tho garrison stationed In tho castle of Antonio sent to preserve order Matt 265 and frustrate any attempt at rescue Century Bible Christ received them with full knowledge of their purpose and of the fatal result that would follow Ho did not attempt to hide but went forth Into the full moonlight from the deep shade of tho olives and said unto them Whom seek ye This question was probably asked for the purpose of shielding his disciples by drawing the attention of nil upon him selfAmerican Commentary When Christ calmly declared who ho was they fell backward on time ground Whether this was a supernatural event or allied to the sublime force of moral greatness flashing In his eye or echoing in the tones of hurls voice wo cannot say He who had hushed the waves and cast out the devil and before whose glance and word John and Paul fell to the earth as If struck with lightning did per Naps allow his very captors prepared- by Judas for some display of his might to feel how powerless they were against hlmPulplt Commentary Peter was brought to his senses by a grieved look from Ills Lord It was enough Like an arrow through his Inmost soul shot tho mute eloquent anguish of that reproachful glance At the sunbeam smites the last hold of the snow upon the rock ere it rushes In avalanches down the tormented hill po tbo false self of the fallen apostle slipped away Flinging the fold of his mantle over his head he too like Judas rushed forth into the night Into tho night but as has been beau tifully said It was to meet the morn ing lawn If the angel of Innocence had left him tho nngel of Repentance took him gently by the hundFar rar Practical Points Time same possibilities of sin are before all men Still every day our Lord is denied and betrayed When we have sinned and repented let us not seek to bury our shame and sorrow In forgetfulness but let us remember our fall that we may avoid a second tall and thus be grate ful to Christ for saving us and forgiving ua Out safety lies In watching the little temptations Judas began perhaps by being mean about money or by taking a penny that did not belong to him Peter mot the Roman soldiers vrltb drawn sword but fell before the question of a servant maid Even though man may part from his conscience It nevertheless does not part from him Tholuck It Is wise for each of us to ask as the disciples asked when Christ said that one of them should betray him Lord is It U Noone Is safe from peril if he doesaot consider hlmsU liable to It fJ J J c r 5 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 ttndenti from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS r 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 thcso least advanced Same lecture Horary and general advantages as for moro advanced students Artthmotkr and tho common branches taught In tho right way Drawing SInging Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions ant compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In tills course no that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to flt for business Eves it 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 Gee man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses withmuse of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modem methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First yeas parallel to 8th grado Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and 1Iprlng terms give tho Information culturoand training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing freo Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees 1 Expenses Regulations Opening Days Bcrea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money received from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Batea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness s- OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people Our students come tram the best families and ore earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo sick tho Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable trainI- ng and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to ono dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Ucrea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend tlasseu regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooper tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas lidother necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent tor the tine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras S135 a week la the tail and 150 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 returned when the student departs r Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school budd ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for roost students Is 500 a term J400 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 the term board by the halt term Installments are as follows SPRING 10 weeks 52250 in ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day f1S7fi including 5103 deposit middle of term JG75 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 r SPRING7 weeka term for those who must leave for teachers examS nations 91645 FALL 190814 weeks 29501a ono payment 92900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle 6t term 945iREFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of n y- On term receive back for money advanced as follows board In full except that no allowance Is made for nay fraction or a weelc On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any uaes plrcd fraction ol a month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student toappl1t amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it la within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are ws41 started In school It pays to stay as long as possible The first day of Spring term Is March 20 1908 J The first day of Fall term Is September 16 1908rFor Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA t L Ii y- n7 That Premium Knife + takes tho eyes of tho men and boys who see itne mountain people lib j a good timing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knifoithtw t blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth moreto the mould Wn people than any other dollar paper in tlje world i The Katfe Bind Thr Cklzen for One DcUar 1 That briugsii iabcription all the Um If joirliw not got itof i ought to have i u A + H ti t ttnerqt JUMvie4 T ITHE SOHOO9 I Problems of the District School Chapter IX School Government UI rrr Ulnlmure MANAGEMENT There are things essential to the successtwoI every workman namely a of the end to bo attained and plan by wblch that end can be reached In the time allotted A teacher should have an accurate conception of the aim of the public school Specking Ini general terms It consists In thcgs First tho acquirement of Knowledge send the dweloyment of the mind and third the formation of character Mach of these should be considered wparnloily The acqulr mt of knowlodge should extend lo t ii completion of the branehos taught in the District school and to obtain inp the diploma offered by the State for such work Tho development of mind must be measured largely by the scholarly at Uilcraents of tho pupils Jn the branch es taught and by the Instruction of I toacher on all related subjects 1Thestudies pursued and tho instruction are supposed to bo tho best mat erial for mind growth that can be furnished The foundation for good moral char iicter can be laid In these years It la the character forming period The test of Its effectiveness will come In the lives of tho pupils after their f schooling Is over All this cannot be done la ono term of school Some will be beglnn ing others completing the course Etch class should have a certain definite amount of work laid out for It FO that It may look forward to that end and finally each individual should be Judged as to his capacity and planned for accordingly It la mnrh more satisfactory to all concern ed to work to plan than to go forward aimkThe government of tho school should likewise be well planned Tho teacher should determine In what ways he can boot handle his school and then proceed in those ways Some prefer to have their pupils march in 1and out with order and precision to como to class and roturn ac cording to prescribed order It is a geed thine r well done but It often happens that the teacher becomes careless and permits the pupils to Ml Into slipshod habits in which case it were better omitted entirely The only thing insisted upon here is that there be some plan for each detail and that it should bo followed to the letter 11 often happens that plans need to bo changed from time to time Prob ably no method is so good but that it can be Improved upon To be con stantly changing shows weakness but not to change at all indicates lack of growth Any rule or regulation should be subject to change to be modified or dispensed with altogether NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from First rage railroad cannot refuse to accept Blilpmenta of liquor in a dry territory This is because it would give the company too much chanco to dlscrlm ate against people Because of this the L and N will take back its or acceptsuchBUSINESS BETTER There are more and more proofs that business is getting better One of theso is that values of stock and bonds are going up all the time and are worth a quarter as much again as they were last Fall The total gain In value of stocks since tho panic has been over 1700000000 At the same time wo have stopped buying a lot of fancy things from abroad and have gone right on selling so wo are nearly 100000000 aheadwe have really saved that much out of our trade with the rest of the world r IITH DISTRICT CONVENTION The Eleventh District Republican Convention last Monday in London resulted In the unseating of Big Bill Byrloy as Chairman and the de feat of the Fairbanks and Matthews forces When the convention was cal led Mr Byrley contrary to the recent ruling of the State Central Committee refused to recognize delegates with certificates signed by the County Chairmen unless he felt like It There was a chanco for a fight finally he put an appeal from his ruling before the house and was beaten Then Charles Logan was made chairman of the convention and the usual work was done Later the temporary organization was made permanent but there should bs a good reason for changing and It should bo done with the idea of improvement I In the management of the school the teacher is called upon to render a innhtuda of decisions Many of them meat be given at a moments notice Tti eo decisions are ono of tho strong cut tests of ItnoBs If they are wisely rendered the tetioucr gnlrfc in strength othorwlio ho Molls bn greater or loss extent I Many questions can be forseen and some provision made In advance Oth ers Mrlll be sprung suddenly and re quit a prompt decision At such a time the teacher should keep a cool head and not speak until ho is reas onably sure of his ground lIe should take into consideration the clrcum stances surrounding the question and decide according to his best judge ment not permitting his mind to bo biased By pleadings or argumentts that have no weight If ho makes a mistake ho should not hesitate to acknowledge It and avoid a like error In the future In this way each decision forms a precedent for future action so that in time almost every important matter will have received consideration and questions may bo decided in the light of previous ones whose consequences are known Thus experience gives us wisdomSuch as tho arrangement of the desks seating ot the pupils adjustment of light and heat are all worthy of careful attention It is entirely In the teachers province to decide where each pupil shall sit but It is not wise to shift any ones seat except for good reason It a pupil persists in whispering or teasing those nearest him It Is a natural pen alty for him to forfeit his seat for a less desirable place But it should be understood after the school has permanently seated according to the teachers Idea that each ones seat is hla own and so long as he con ducts himself as he should he will not bo disturbed- Doors windows and tllnds or shades have been mentioned else where They should all be in good order and be kept so thruout the term so that the school will not be needlessly annoyed If the room Is pleasant and comfortable there will be less friction and better progress will result Do not wait for things to get out of order but keep them iff order A teamster does not put off oiling his wagon until the screeching of the wheel reminds him of It but examines ahead and applies the oil In time to avoid trouble thus saving his wagon his team and perhaps his temper This principle applied In the school room will work equally well Oil the bearings before tho machinery begins I to screech Committee en Credentials IThe in a report seating the Taft delegations from Whitley Pulaski and Knox Counties Tho report was adopted putting the Edwards and Taft men In tha saddle The resolutions endorsed the administration of Roosevelt and Wilson and the can didacy of Taft and Edwards R P Ernst was recommended for National Committeeman E S lid burn of Mlddlesboro and E P Com best of Casey were named without opposition n3 delegates to tlic Natlcn al Convention Fairbanks adherents refusing to take part In the proceed ingsR M Stanoberry of Knox county and C K Calvert of Leslie county were made alternates Lleburn Phelps of Russell was selected for elector and W C Black of Barbourville Knox county was named as assistant electorA Slier was elected District Chairman succeeding W W Byrely J W Simpson of Wayne county was elected Secretary and IT G Arterberry of Monroe county Ass istant Secretary of the Eleventh Con gressional District Convention In the Sixth District too Ernst ano Taft won easily Spare Money Hypothecated Madtrn your husband said if 1 would call here today thered be an old suit of his clothes I could have He aint gc jugto have no old clothes Im going to gut a new bonnet1 Society Playhouse It is easier than it was to get out of ones own station in life both upward and downward Birth and brilliance have always been admitted to the great playhouse of society but today they take money at the doorsThe Spectator r BRADLEY ON THE STUMP LouUvlllo Post Sclplo Afrlcauua Bradley took the stump this mouth with the declaration that the tight was not a fight against FairtwnkB but a fight against Brad ley and he made his personality the toatura of tho campaign This was a taetlcal mistake for while the Vloe President is not a magnetic person ho has the personal respect of men ot all parties and ho Is a much bettor political leader than W O Bradley Mr Bradley has great faith In his own oratory and 1m determined to sat the State afire lib went down to Barren county brought out a Bradley delegate named Smith and his newspapers said he had turned the scale in the Third dis trict and made It certain for Fair banks Barren county hold a largo and enthusiastic mooting with 700 for Taft and for Taylor for committeeman and Bradleys man Smith was beaten in his own county Then Mr Bradley wont Into the Eleventh district Ho spoke in Boll and Bell responded with an over whelming victory for Taft delegates and for Slier for Committeeman Sclpo Afrlcanus Invaded tho Sixth district and made a personal attack on Chairman Ernst Ho succeeded In arousing tho Taft forces into rev newed activity a few bolting meet ings alone Indicating that there is any Fairbanks sentiment in the Sixth Then Mr Bradley came to Louis ville where he made his Scipio Afrl canus speech expounding his griev ances and succeeded in arousing the Bradley Democrats to come to his aid They did not suffice All that Bradley attorney for Democrats charged in the Federal Court with election offenses secures is In one ward a bolt by Richardson a row by Corso ending with the false charge of police interference to cover up the retreat by Sclplo Afrlcanus That is what Bradleys personality and Bradleys oratory Injected Into a campaign means- Louisville is for Taft by an over whelming vote The effort of Todd Thatcher and Bradley was to stifle the voices of the people- It failed The conspiracy of 1905 needed police assistance to be success fully executed The effort of Todd Thatcher and Bradley to carry Louls villo for Fairbanks needed police as IstanceIt not have it The police have been taken out of politics They maintained order and protected alike the Fairbanks men and the Tart men from violence and from Intimidation They stood for peace and order Justus in the election of 1907 and tho result Is the falthtulAt of the peoples purpose notwithstanding cer tain acts of violence and certain deliberate purposes to obstruct the vot ing MR EDWARDS AIDS SOLDIERS Manchester Ky April 10 1908 To tho soldiers of the Eleventh Dls I desire to say that I have been a Pension Agent for about seven years and procured about one thousand pen sions for soldiers widows minor chil dren and dependent parents and since lIon D C Edwards has been In Congress ho has done more for the soldiers and their widows than any other member who has represent ed us from the Eleventh District and I appeal to all soldiers and their friends to voto for him on June C 1908Very respectfully W 0 B Llpps Pension Atty MATTHEWS LABOR RECORD The following are extracts from a circular Issued last fall to the United Mine Workers of America Tho special train carrying Charles W Fairbanks Colonel John O Mat thews and others through portions of Kentucky has passed and now that the smoko of the engines has cleared away it is a fit and proper time for those who eat their bread in the sweat of their own faces to careful ly consider how they shall cast their votes in the coming State election That man Matthews who accompan- Ied tho VicePresident on his tour thro Kentucky Is the same man who has for several mouths past been carrying on a stubborn contest with the union miners at Cumberland Knox County He is the same man Mdtthewa who brought suit against these miners In tho courts of Knox County when ho found that he could not drive or starve them out by him self He is the same man who in order to defeat humilate and ruin those miners went to the States of New York West Virginia and even to the jail of Knox County and hired W O a lot of Dagoes to canto to his mines and take the places of those minors I who by his conduct wore forced to give up their work The motley dirty crowd he brought In most nil of them without ability to speak our language probably Infected with all sorts of diseases were brought into this camp and turned loose like a lot of pests among the helpless wo moo and children residing In and ar round this camp What shall become of tho laborers and poor classes If the tlmo over comes in Kentucky when such men as Matthews shall bo voted into power and official position TAFT tonllmml from Pint rage Belknap and Andrew Cowan ot Lout vtlle Elector John W Barr Sixth Dlnrlot Delegates It P Ernst of Konton county and J A McPhersou ot Campbell county Bloc tor J K Wilson of Pendlelon Seventh District Delegates George L Barnee of Franklin county and Charles Kerr of Fnyetta county Bloc tor A W Cottingbam of Bourbon countyEighth District Delegates Walter J Bennett of Madison county and J L Davidson of Lincoln county MIce tor W L Evrosolc of Joieamlno countyNinth District Delegates Wilbur D Cochran of Maysvlllc and E Hatchers SI Tenth District Delegates James A Wallace of Estill county and Allen Cisco of Morgan county Elector JJ Moore of Pike county Eleventh District Delegates E 3 Hoi burn of Mlddlesboro and T P Cowhert of Casey county Elector Lllburn Phelps of Russel county MEMOIR Mattie Montgomery was born Jan uary 2 1SJ2 and died April 16 l U- Sage 16 years 3 months and 14 days She leaves a father mother four brothers five sisters and a host ot friends to mourn her loss She was prepared for a better world She was confined six weeks and during her confinement she bore all her suffering without a murmur saying that t Christ could undergo the suffering that he underwent that she could suffer a little while She said that she wanted all tho family to be unit ed after this life and all to be as ono in tho beautiful city above She declared that when the Lord saw fit to put an end to her sufferings here she was ready to obey Ills call that Ute road that leads to tho beautiful gato was clear to her Shetald to her mamma onetime that if the knew that she could live the life that she wanted to llvo and If It was the Lords will she would like to get well though she wanted the Lords will to be done and said for all to try to be ready when the Lord called them THE COAT ON THE ARM Showing Importance of Making a Front In New Ycrk It Is better to put on a stIC front and keep a stilt upper Up In this town than to have no front at all and bite your lip It Is not always the man who strolls down Broadway wearing n bland rrallo with a faded mum on the lapel of his coat and with his over coat carelessly swung across his arm who dines at Dels or who owns a scat on change or who goes to Europe every year to buy pictures for his gal lery Sometimes n smllle covers an empty stomach and an nchlng heart on the Great White Way the midway of tho great commercial artery between Herald Square and Longacro there stroll every day scores of men who carry heir overcome ovc ono arm regardless of temperature simply because their bennies do not fit The other day a portly chap who held a good placo last season with a theatrical company strolled down Broadway Better slip on youi coat said a friend Its pretty cold old man Oh no me boy was the reply Im not afraid of pcuusionlo Resides and his voice took on a con fidcntial tone dont you see me boy Ive outgrown this coat by 40 pounds and could not get into it with a shoe horn I cant afford a new ono but I dont like to havo It thought that I dont own a coat you know My suit you see will stand scrutiny so I wear a chest protector nd everybody thinks Im so hardy Its a great scheme Then he swung off up Broadway a picture of mystery Pittsburg Dispatch unto mm No said III Tragedy I never take a sleeper when I travel I dont think the berths are sanitary and besides In case of accident Yes interrupted Lowe Comedy 1 suppose walking Is safer One Exception NellI called upon Miss Outertowm last night determined to wt9 her She accepted me all right Dick Good for you Carried rrery Will before you oh- NelNot 1 everything Whoa I une4 tt oatoh tie last train home I ear rle4 her fathers bulldog behind M 00 PROTECT THE BIRDS It some times happens that rust grow up with certain beliefs about living and nor take the trouble to find out for therasolm whether they are right or wrong Other men make a study of these conditions and find out timings that are a great surprlto to the rest ot us It has bran so about funning In many ways and tho latest place where old fash ioned ideas have been upset Is in regard to birds Most fnnnors lie hove that all birds aro their onemle and kill all they onn of them and there Is hardly a tanner any where but what shoots owls nnd hawks on sight lint a number of government ex pens have been making n study of the subject anti they find tint the farmers In killing birds are roaly getting rid of some of their best friends Thoy admit that birds oat soma from tho Mops and steal Crow chickens but they find that they do a great dial more good than harm because they Ret rid of Im mense quantities of weedweds and kill the flrtflinleo rate wesels and other llttlo animals that do a good deal moro damages to the crop than any bird can Most of the little birds we MO around eat weedseeds They are just as fond of crop seeds it they can sot any that suits them but the crop seeds are too big for them and so they turn to the weeds Did you ever stop to think how many seeds a weed will produce In A season and how many weeds there are and how many there would be next year If all the seeds grew upT They would soon drive you out of house and homo If it were not for the little birds that eat up the seeds In the one Mate of Iowa It If calcul ated that sparrows alone oat up S7 1 tons of weedseeds every year Think how many acres of farm land that would spoil And how many crops are better for not having those weeds growing up among them What difference does a few cherries more or less make in comparison And then there are all the other kinds ot seed eating birds The bobwhite It ono of the beat of these and so ii the dove Crows and blackbirds however you will say are different It It true that they cat more ot the crops and so cost more but they too do a good deal of good and many farmers think nowadays that they pay for their keep Their specialty Is killing meadow mice and cutworms and other crop destroyers ot that kind veryfondthe bottom crops A great many birds live entirely on Insects and pay their way thus and they In particular should never bo molested Such birds are the swal lows chimney swifts and warbling song birds They eat thousands of Insects lna day and that means dol larsf or the farmer and comfort for all of us Blackbirds orioles and sumo hawks alto cat tho larger In sects such as grasshoppers nnd lo goodButdamagethey ottendoes oftheJIOhaawouldhavo thatMrmorethanhenhawk is not always stealing chickens and does a great deal of good Thero are however three hawks that do steal moro than they hawktho hawk Every farmer should shoot them on sight But they Are only farmersfriendsgood deal moro good allvo than dead Charcoal is nlco to keep the hens and their little folks from having stomach and bowel trouble Give dally Itl TYE MARKET- MADISON MARKET RltuMnd Ky May GTboro were about lW0 cattle on the market during May Court and but tow left over The tattta did not soil an nvam in too afternoon as In the forenoon on account of the oxlromu high prices which rated any whore front P to Cotes But wo cannot look for three extreme prices much longer The sheep trsdo teems to havo a black eye Would advise all trad err to be cautious an ehttjp Mull trade If higher than over known Boroa Prices iCgga per dozen Ho Dotter par lb 11206 Potatoes Irish per bur136 Apples Icr bu3 00 Bacon per 111011110 Hum per lb12 o Lard per Ib1til Chickens on foot per lb lOc Chickens dressed per lb 12e Llva Stock Louisville May C 1903 eLIChoice butcher steers 5 26 G CO Medium butcher otcera 4 75 ror Common butcher steers 435 4 75 Choice butcher heifers 4 75 C 15 Medium butcher heifers 4 00 4i5 Common butcher heifers 3 CO 4 00 Choice butcher cows 4004r5Medium butcher cows 3 CO 4 0 Common butiJcr cows 3 75 3 fO Canners 1 25 4 tfO Choke fat ann 4 CO C 60 Medium oxen 3 00 4 25 Choice bulls 350 a 25 Medium bulls 2 75 3 CO Common bulls Ii 2 75 Choice veal calves C CO C 00 Medium veal calves 4 00 C 00 Comaiun calves 3 CO 3 TO Good feelers 400 40Medium feeders 4 00 4 W Common feeders e 3 CO 4 W Choice i tuck steers 4 00 4 M Medium stock steers 3 SO 4 GO Common stoat steer 3 00 3 fU Choice stock betters 15 3 75 Medium stock heifers S 75 3 25 Common mlxtd stockers 2 75 I1i Choice milch cows 35 00 45 00 Medium mulch cows 25 00 35 04 Common mulch cows 10 00 20 00 ROOI Choice pickers and butchers 200 to 300 lbs C 10 Medium packers and butchers 3 CO to 200 Ibs C 0 Choice pigs 001201bs 41i 4 W Light pigs CO50 lbs 3 00 3 25 LFht shippers 1201CO lbs 5 10 50Roughs 1CO500 lbs 2 CO 4 ffi snit Choice fat sheep 4 CO 4 7D Medium sheep 3 00 45Common sheep 2 00 3 00 Bucks 200 310 Cholco lambs 5 CO 6 00 Good butcher lambs C 00 C 60 Culls aud tall ndl 4 00 T 10 MESS PORK 19 C- OILiVS Choice sugar cured light ad special cure 1111U hoary to medium 11 to 11 40 OIIOULDKRS 2 V4c pea lb teglular f i I4V4e sugar etued sheaUers Inc bacon extra 1c bUles lliht lie hea 110LAJUPrJae stsa IK Use IKe pure lsaf la UwEMlOc la taM lOVe i DRIED BEEF lie EGGS Cose count 13o per dot candled 14- cBUTTER17C t per lbfPOULTRY Spring 1C23C per lb largo ICc hens 12c ducks lie- WHEATNo 2 OSc No3 lao CORINo 3 white 71c No 3 mixed 710- OATSNew No 3 whlto Sic No 3 mixed C2c RYE No 3 Northern OOc No 3 Northern 88c It is said that thero are birds that do not like rcd any better than dovi tho turkeygobbler They will some times attack people wearing red bats and have been known to attack WlImen with red hair when out headed Tho catbird seems to great antipathy to a brick red havoIII OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Central ATPHII and Court SIreetI Cincinnati Ohio This college win organized in 1846 and tho 03rd Annual Session begins October Oth 1003 This In the first Dental College established ln the West It Is coeducational and bas a teach ing corps of twenty Instructors Its buildings are modern and adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and Its clinics t ro unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses Jn olln cal Instruction are also given For information and announce J PlaceCincinnati r 0 IJfVY SlEEPING GUESTS CAUGHT BY FLAMES THAT DEVOURED FT WAYNE HO TELMANY DRIVEN BACK TO THEIR ROOMS BY SMOKE TEN ARE KILLED AND SEVERAL INJURED Ohio Man Leaps From Fourth Floor to Death= Will No One Save Mel Ho Screamed Before Deciding on tho Fatal Jump Vt Wayne Ind May 4Ton known dead many missing and IS seriously Injured ia tho result of a firo that de rayed tho now Avollno hotel Ft 1aynos principal hotel at an early hour Sunday Chief ot Police Anckonbruck said Sunday afternoon ho believed 20 bod lee wcro Btlll In tho ruins Tbo entire Interior ot the bulldluz Is a smoldering heap of ruins and how ninny dead are concealed by tho dobrls can only bo conjectured Tho hotel register was consumed by tho flro and there are no accurate means of de termining who Is mllllliThe known dead R S Johnson 1ana 111 M Ilirsch Now York thoro U also an M Hlrach among tho ones Niivcd J U Miller Sheboygan WIs J B IOUs Carson Pirle Scott k Cu t hlcago W A Pitcher Ft Wayne fcalrmmn for S F Bowser Co Ft Wayne J W Dcvlnoy salesman fur rawford lohman Philadelphia three unidentified men ono unldculi lied woman Known missing Frank Dxlcr at tornry Auburn Ind companion of frank Baxter of Auburn Ind 11 B Ally Wabash lad Charlcw Benjamin faletmon for Detroit Neckwear Co DHroM Midi Mrs Sarah Hathaway MUhavaka Ind unknown woman companion of Mrs Sarah Hathaway Somo ot the bodies taken out nro Mangled and charred beyond reffg tltlon and tho work of Identification U In httio eases n task utmost battling Tho flro waa discovered at 330 Sun day morning in tho elevator fchafl by Night park Ralph Hopkins Ho nuhed to the upper floors sloth lag the guests until the flames which lId vprnul with appalling rapidity drovo him back HU cflort however Isrel many live Tile hoiul wan erected ball a rent fury ao and the woodwork wus dry Dt tinder U burned Uke matchwood end wait in n fw minutes from the time lime lire WM discovered the whole Interior ot tho hotel was u mass ot 11amNt Ilia flro department rescued ninny by looniin of ladders but some frou sled by the onward rush of tka llaimw leaped from high windows to the pvo anent Some did not wait for tho efforts of lb firemen and looped to the street Severe worn Hortously Injured In thin manner Than wuro ninny thrilling CllCaIHt laud II Vamtll of the Ft Win liMolwll team his sUter Mra John llpHdriek and John Hendrlck of CIIII sago Manager of the Ft Wayne t flnt1 together with Master HendrlekB aged f yearn Itfiroly ofleaped with their llvos Vnnicll lost his personal belonging When tho Tire was at Its height n man at a thlnUtorr window was sees nM1v llvIUi4 his arm lie shrieked My God men save rnr1 Will no ono save nwT- H then leaped from tile window and went twirling to the nav mont below Ho WM picked up doi erU ly hurt f lulo Ho was Jf M Matthews of Colon FIVE KILLED And Four Injured By a Tenement I Fire In Brooklyn i Now York May 4Au early morn rJugfiro in a fourstory brick tenement at No 17 Humboldt street a popuUUcd district of Brooklyn thickI the death of live persons and cm Injury of four others Kvory member of ono family cou slating ot a mother and four children are among the dead There wcro many thrilling rescues by pollco anti firemen and it was duo to their brave worli that tlio death list was not larger- A halt dozen or mono persons trap In tho stories were saved finauljSadie Carrlo and Charles Abrams mud RIn Tonnifl Cohen Tho Injured are sirs May Noble Mm Amelia Hlrochorn and r I Hlrncnnni who sustained severe InnnleI nnd Annlo Hlrschorn who broken shoulder from Jumping trout a I window into n life not Tho fire started in tho collar of the Jiulldlng when tho people comprlslna the tho houit wore ailioellII Jack the Poisoner Philadelphia Pa slay t1ho po lice are hunting for a dangerous crlm Jiial whom they dub Jack till Poison tr To one Cyearold girl whom h met on tho street ho gave polsouei Krfiko and the child Is dying Two Officials Assassinated nitro Egypt tiny 4A British sub- Ject Scott Aloncrleff deputy Inspecta = ol the Bfua Nile province tocothei with a native official has boon assasal head at the Instanca of n low hick t SPEAKER CANNON YIELDS WILL PERMIT ACTION ON TWO IM PORTANT DILLS AntiInjunction Law and Atrsndment to Snerman AntiTrust Act Will Come Up Vu8hluston Two Important meas urns are to bo reported to the house from tho Judiciary committee very Seth These are the bills con corning abuse of tho Injunction and amending time Sherman antitrust act Speaker Cnnnon through Representa tive Watson of Indiana tho Repub llcau whip let Representative Town send of Michigan know Thursday that be would permit action on these mcas urea at this session of congress This action grow out of a step taken by Mr Townsend to obtain tho signa tures of enough Republican members to call a caucus to commit tho major ity favorably on such measures The statement was made Thursday by a prominent Republican In the house that a movement Is on foot backed by between 30 and 40 members of the majority to refuse consent to tho passage of airy financial bill at this session until assurance has been given that something will be dono towards placing wood pulp on the free list Consideration of tho sundry civil ap propriation bill was resumed In the house Mr Townsend of Michigan of fered an amendment Increasing from 50000 to 350000 the appropriation for tho enforcement by the Interstate commerce commission of that clause of the Hepburn act directing the com mission to cause to be made examine tions of tho account of tho Interstate railroads of tho country to determine whether that law Is being violated and to mako public the results of such ox aminations After a dobato lasting tour hours the amendment was agreed to The house disagreed to the senate amendments to the district of Colum his and cnslon appropriation bills and sent thoso bills to conference NINE MEET DEATH IN CRASH Fatal Collision on an Interurban Road Near Ypillantl Mich Detroit MlchTwo large Interurban trolley cars on tho Detroit Jack ton Chicago railway a part of the Detroit United railways system run ning from Detroit to Jackson col tided headon Tuesday afternoon while running about 45 miles an hour 25 miles went of hero near Ypsilanti Nine then wore killed and about 30 men and women Injured some of them seri ouslyA tnlstnko In orders on tho part of Motorman Isa Fay of the limited car who was crushed to death beneath his vestibule Is alleged to have caused the collision It Is charged that he overran his orders Ills homo was at- Jakton Mich Tho dead arc Motorman lea Fay Jackson John Iagot Detroit Charles Carmen Detroit Ocorge E Howard Detroit Jack McJItillon Syracuse N Y Harborlno Oronnl Detroit three unidentified mot BANDITS LOOT DANK OF 8000 Scandla State Institution Robbed by a Gang of Six Men Crookaton Minn Robber bur Rlaritod the Soandla State bank Wednesday and secured nbout 5000 They terrorized the Inhabitants by shooting up the town and made good their escape There wore at least six men In tho gang and tho front door of the bank was forced by crowbars The oxplo sion when time vault door was dyna oiled awakened William Merdlnk a merchant who resides over his store In a building adjoining tho bank Others were aroused by n second ox plosion Mordlnk got on tho roof of his building and when the robbers loft tho bank opened fire sending 16 bul lets after them Tho robbers fired a fusillade of shots Ono robber was In Jured as bloodstains wore found Ask for Van Schalck Pardon Washington An Immense petition bearing the signatures of 245800 per sons requesting that a pardon be granted to Copt William Van Schalck master of tho Illfated Gen Slocum when the vessel was destroyed by tire In Now York harbor on June 15 1901 with a loss of more than a thousand lives won presented Thursday to the president by a committee of tho Amer lean Association of Masters Mates and Pilots The president assured tho committee that the matter would re oolvo careful consideration Oklahoma Town Burned Anadarko OklaA supposed at tempt of tho lawless element In tho little town of Verdon nine miles east of hero to take rovengo on City Mat shah Glllcsple for his policy of strict law enforcement resulted In an In cendiary Qro which destroyed tho prim clpal business section of the town burning a general merchandise store tho first National bank a grocery hardware drug and harness store and causing a loss of ro000 Burglars Take Hotel Sate Newark N J Burglars Friday entered the Union Avenue hotel in Irvlngton carried off a safe weighing 700 pounds and said to contain 3000 worth of jewelry and rare coins dragged it across lots a distance of 600 fcot blow It open with nitroglycerin and escaped with tho contents I Last Real D A R is Dead AilI ter of tho American revolution died at her home harp Friday FLEET AT MONTEREY BAY CITIZENS BEGIN ENTERTAINING THE BLUEJACKETS Passage of United Atlantic and Pacific Fleets Through Golden Gate Will Be Stirring Spectacle Monterey CalTho Atlantic fleet ot battleships steamed in here Friday to give Monterey peninsula a place In tho history of tho American navyfl record breaking cruise around tho world Tho residents of Monterey and Pacific Grove and all limo other settle ments ot the vicinity made the OCt casion of tho arrival a holiday They lined the water front when the fleet dropped anchor at six oclock in the morning and lingered long to view the beautiful marine spectacle of the 1C ships drawn up In divisional for station A great variety ot entertainments ashore both for the men and tho ofll ccra of the fleet marked tho first day ot the battleships stay and the visit of the squadrons promises to be a thoroughly enjoyable one New orders were Issued covering tho entry of the fleet through time Golden Gate Into San Francisco bay on Wednesday May C Tho revised plans provide for tho most picturesque naval display In the history of tho na tlon It Is now ordered that all of the vowels of the Pacific fleet shall join the Atlantic battleships outside tho Golden Gate and steam with them through tho harbor entrance to the inchorago In the buy whore tho review at tho navy is to be hold Practically the entire lighting force of the navy with the exception of a fow newly commissioned sides in the cast and a low gunboats In Philippine waters will bo In tho great column of white end hurt vessels that thread their way between the headlands of time gateway Point lionIta on the north and Point Lobos on tho south Fortynix vessels will be In lino and the long column will stretch as far out to sea as tho eye can sec Tho variety of fighting craft will range from time massive 10000 ton Connecticut down to tho little destroyer Fox of only 1C4 tons- FATAL POLITICAL FIGHT Mayor of FortdeFrance and Other Aro Killed Fart de FraneeIsland ot Martinique A serious and fatal conflict broke out In this city Wednesday between hostile groups of politicians In connec tion with tho presort campaign for municipal elections A band of men led by M Labat tho vicemayor of FortdeFranco engaged In an armed conflict at tho city hall with another band under tho leadership of tho may or M Severe The mayor was killed In time lighting Several other men also lost their lives and a number of persons were wounded KOREAN PLOT IS FOILED Bishop Harris Saved from Threatened Death at Frisco San Francisco Warned that L number of Koreans in San Francisco wore preparing to assassinate Bishop Merrlman Colbort Harris upon his ar rival Wednesday morning on the Pa cine mall steamship Korea from tho Orient Surveyor of tho Port Wood ward accompanied by a number of other federal attaches and members of the local pollco force not tho steamer upon Its appearance in port and placing the divine upon the reve nue cutter Golden Gate caused his removal to Oakland Standard 011 Has Big Fire Cleveland OIn a spectacular fire Wednesday night the candle and grqnso works of the Standard Oil com pony were destroyed Officers of tho company estimated tho loss at 203 GOO For a time alt of tho buildings surrounding the two plants were threatened Fatal Automobile Accident Atlantic City N JSamuel T Bailey of Camden president of tho Farr Bailey company manufactur ers of oil cloth was killed and his wife and J II Tripp their chauffeur were severely hurt In an automobile collision with an electric train Woman Indicted for Perjury Toledo O Miss Mary McMurray for 11 years stenographer and confi dential clerk for the Canton Bridge company waa Indicted by tko grand Jury at Lima charged with perjury S ANXIETY FOR MR CLEVELAND Former President Said to Have Cancer of the Stomach New York Considerable anxiety was occasioned Friday by widely clr ciliated rumors that the condition of exPresident Grover Cleveland who has been III for several weeks at a ho tel In Lakowood N J bad assumed a grave phase and that slight hopes were entertained of his recovery Time Evening World gave prominence to reports current at the omces of tho Equitable Life Assurance of trusltee i amiaatautr f i J Grover Cleveland slclans had diagnosed his Illness as cancer of tho stomach and had decided that there was no hopo of their die tinguished patients recovery Positive denial ot these statementn wero not obtainable Dr Joseph D Bryant who has attended Mr Cleveland for years said that his patient was all right and that all his reports from Lakowood were favorable In answer to a question as to whether Mr Cleveland was suffering from can cor of the stomach Dr Bryant said that as a physician he could not make public tho diagnosis In the case of any of his patients Any information on such a subject were it to bo given to the public should come from tho fam fly ho said- DARING EXPRESS ROBBERY Two Bandits Overpower Messenger and Get Four Bags of Money Plttsburg PaTwo train robbers who evidently boarded the Now York St Louis express on the PanHandlo railroad at tho Union station in thin city when that train left at 1005 Thursday night overpowered tho ex press messenger rind got away with four bags ot currency containing an amount of money as yet unknown Tho robbery was committed near Walkers station about 11 miles west of time city Tho train was brought to A sudden halt by an emergency signal from the bell cord and when Conduc lor William Lafferty went forward to learn tho trouble ho found the express messenger N Roshon bound and gagged and so frightened that he could not give any connected report of what had happened Risk Concern Is Attacked Detroit Mich Attorney General Bird Friday filed in tho Wayne circuit court a bill asking for a receiver for the American Health and Accident association of this city and for an an nulment of Its charter and an InJunc- tion to prevent the company from col letting more money Judge Hwmor ordered the company to show cause why a receiver should not be appoint cd President Eyre of the company says ho knows nothing of the action begun by the attorney general and declares the companys affairs are In good condition Woman Sues for Treasure Trove Appleton WIs While plowing on his farm near New London recently Louts Hoffman unearthed a pot ol gold said to amount to 30000 Hoff man had just purchased the farm from Mrs John Schmall and Friday she started suit to recover the gold Prominent Railroad Man Dies New YorkL P Farmer chairman of the Trunk Line association and n prominent railroad man died sudden deathI 1 Rund About the StateWhat Is Going On in Different L UJ Sections of KentuckyyII IGNORANCE OF THE LAW Upon Part of Mountain Bigamist Secures Clemency Wlllsona Pardon Frankfort KyOov Wlllson par doned Grover C Allen of Mt Vernon Kockcastlo county convicted of bigamy and sentenced to the penitentiary for three years because Allen belli nn uneducated boy thought ho had se cured a divorce from his first wife when ho married tho second time Gov WJllRon says young Allen is le gaily but not morally wrong and whllo ho deserved punishment for act Ing on verbal Information he does not think ho should servo a term in the penitentiary for committing so gravo n mistake Tho governor also pardoned Chas Zubalkc of Paducah sentenced for eight years for robbery Walter Goodwin of Lyon county a messenger for the troops arrested ID that county recently for carrying a revolver and sentenced to ten days In jail was pardoned Tbo governor Intimates that on account of his peculiar vocation as messenger for the troops it was necessary for him to carry a revolver AFFECTS OTHER LINES Warrants At Cadiz For White Men Charging Banding Against Negroes Cadiz KyWalter Goodwin employ ed at the iron works at Center Furnace in the western part of this coun ty camo before County Judge Blnn ham and sworo out warrants against 12 men of the same place charging them with banding and confederating together for tho purpose of intimidat ing For some time strong feeling has existed among the white laborers of this furnace against the negro employes Goodwin says these men had organ ized to run the negroes away from the furnace Goodwin further stated that this trouble had nothing to do with tho tobacco war now existing through out this section as not more than one or two of tho men accused are mem bern ol the tobacco association A message stated that Gen Williams and 16 soldiers who left Murray were headed for Center Furnace Davless County Batik Assigns Owcncboro KyDy reason of poor collections and lack of sufficient cash to carry on its business time Davlcsa County Bank and Trust Co tiled a deed of general assignment in the Da vless county court naming Henry Cllno as assignee S T Anderson president of tho bank declined to make a statement concerning the as rlgnment Tho bank has been declin ing deposits and suspended cash payments several days ago It has a capi tal of 0000 and deposits of over 600000 Carpenters Strike Paducah Ky Owing to a disagreement with contractors union carpen ters struck here The contractors de manded that tho carpsntcrs take no contracts They refused to do so and the contractors declined to sign tho wago agreement The carpenters were out last year for four months finally winning Tho union has ICO members Guards To Get Pay Frankfort KyTho members of tho Kentucky Stale Guards who were on duty hero during the three months that followed tho assassination of Goy Wm Goebel will soon get their pay As soon as Gen Johnston can eerily tho pay rolls 12000 will be distributed Family Poisoned Nlcholasvllle yTbo family of T R Davis near here was poisoned beating cakes in which Mrs Davis had mixed arsenic through mistake The poison had been purchased as medicine for a horse but in somo unknown way become mixed with baking powder 5000 For Woman Death Winchester KyTho case of 14D Cockroll administrator of the estate of Mrs Celia Banks against tho C O railroad asking for 20000 damages for her death was finished in tho cir cult court The Jury brought in a vet diet for 5000 Death Verdict For Murderer Sergent KyThe Jury in the Floyd Frazier murder case Whltesburg rev turned a death verdict The Jury from Floyd county tried tho case Frazier murdered Miss Ellen Flanary widow at Port Creek this county May 23 of last year by cutting her throat Reward Offered For Prisoner Frankfurt IyOov Wlllson has of fered a reward of one hundred dollars for Hiram Brandenburgh who escaped from tho jail at BoonevlUe Owsloy county while waiting to bo transferred to tho penitentiary to servo IS years for manslaughter Fined for Libel Frankfort Ky Alvln It Seokqrap Of Louisville who was Indicted for pub lishing a lIbelous statement in the Cri terion April 11 about former Got Beckham pleaded guilty to tho charge and was fined 1000 by Judge Stout Divorcees Barred Louisville rACtel appropriating 118000 for the work tho Woman Homo Mission Society of the Methodist church adjourned their national con vention hero It was ruled that no dl rorccts may belong to tho society ee7ev a t CHARGES OF FRAUD Flied In Connection With Mayfleld Woolen Mills Litigation Louisville Ky Fraud and misuse of stock is charged in tho petition of intervening stockholders of the May field woolen mills n T and Ira Da- Is and Mary Jennings holding 30000 worth of stock declare that A B Hud epoth A 11 Duncan James Simpson and others bought 382000 worth of stock In tho concern giving their notes and that when the mills seemed to bet losing venture they recalled their notes It Is also charged that during t the reorganization of the company they each realized 2500 fraudulently Chancellor Miller allowed those charges to be filed and told Receiver R J Robbins to make his report and show whether the company is ready to dissolve Its receivership This had boon prayed for by tho majority stock holders whereupon tho charges were I filed and a permanent receivership de manded t DROPPED HIS GUN As He Reached For a Marriage Li cense Magistrate Fined Him Eoulsvllle KyMagistrate Frank Hoffman is not yet out of the tolls y Tho grand Jury returned three ments charging him with Indictimoney from the state This Is second time that the state has tried to convict Hoffman on tho charge In one of the cases it relates that Hoffman fined Jim Kelly 20 for carry ing a concealed deadly weapon as lie was about to marry Kelly Tho un fortunate bridegroom reached for his license and n gun dropped to tho floor whereupon the magistrate fined Mm 20 none of which the stato claims to kayo received Will Represent Kentucky 1 Frankfort KyGov Willson an nounced the appointment of three men to represent Kentucky at the confer i enco of governors of the various states to be held at Washington In May j Those who will represent Kentucky are John D Atkinson of Earlington Col Andrew Cowan of Louisville and J W Porter of Lexington Death At Wedding Louisville KyAs tho strains of the Wedding March were ringing out for Edward Drexel and Miss Emma Kleinm Jacob Dresel 71 father of tho groom died at his home here Ho had been ill but when tho pair went to Christ Evangelical church to bo mar tied ho sank rapidly and died within a few minutes Without Phones Harrodsburg Ky After a wrangle lasting over a year between the city council and the East Tennessee Talc phone Co the exchange In this city was closed leaving the town and cotta ty without communication Tho coun cil mot and ordered tho company to remove Its poles and wires from tho Directs Physician Warned Lancaster KyThe night riders have made no actual raids in this local fly but one physician who had plan ned to cultivate tobacco on a part of his farm six miles from town rec- eIved a letter telling him he had bet ter not grow the weed unless ho would like to have a call from these midnight visitors Soldier Preacher Dead Louisville KyRov Walter Scott Campbell TO a prominent minister of the Christian church and a union veteran of tho civil war died here Ho was a native ot Harrison 0 and a son of tho late Rev Geo Campbell a pin neer Christian minister of Indiana and Ohio Quite Considerate Paducah KyIt is better that wa destroy your plant beds than walt to destroy your tobacco was tho word night riders left after scraping the beds of A Kemper and John Conn well known farmers of Livingston county Indictment Quashed Lexington Ky Because of detectiveiwording tho indictment against Enoch n Mcgruo was quashed and the grand jury returned two oth ers ono charging grand larceny and t the other unlawful conversion of property belonging to John E Madden Bell Appointed Assistant Postmaster Paducnh KyE J3 Boil prominent ti local republican was appointed assist ant postmaster to fill the vacancy caused by tho death of John Fisher Ho resigned as market master mid assumed his now office Body To Be Cremated Louisville KyHerman II Erd man a prominent Mason died hero and his body will be shipped to Cincin anti for cremation Tim ashes will then be returned hero for burial in tho family lot t Killed By Frost i Lexington Ky Reports from the several counties In the Blue Grass rr are to tho effect that srnppa and garden truck suffered Iistrawbrriesthe heavy frost Orchard 4 zt t q+ gtodty OMxsaitSiClsr 8 a dA II G ItIBObLeloraulival it O ttiD 9Uliu tri c I East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere sINo eorreitxiKlinee pubUihel aaees sagged tn tan by tae water The yam p It not for pattiattoa but ai U ertaiac el toed faltS wnt plAta tj o o o lo OOOSOOOOOOOoeOOgo oooMADISON COUNTY KINGSTON 3Next Sunday 1s- t Kingston play memorial any at Pilot limb Church Tno weddlug of Mr 3asptr Powell will take place and Miss Pearl Lewis evening at three next Thursday oclockThe frlbnds of Mr Too Creekmore who has been sick for some time are glad to know he Is able to be up again Our winter school closed at this place last Fri day We had a good school Congratulations to Mrs Gilbert for she Is a fine teacher Mrs Richard Bout ware left last week to join her hus band In New Mexico We are sorry to glva Mrs Boulwaro upMr and Mrs Durret White of Paint Lick vis ited Mrs Whites parents at tats place Mr and ors C M Moody last week RBCMUSUE CiUiTt UISPUTANTA Dlsputanta May 4Rev J W Lambert filled his regular appoint ment at Clear Creek Sunday The Sunday school at Clear Creek Is pro gressing nicely Thb five year old son of Mr and Mrs John Croucher died April 26 We extend our great estsympathies for the bereaved ones Mrs W M Gadd of this place who has been sick so long Is no better Born to Mr and Mrs Granlson Clark 0 a fine girl April 30th There will be preaching at Clear Creek church the third Saturday night and also the funerals of Mr Wesley Abneys two sons are to bo preached Sunday at 11 n m Bertha Rowlett visited her brother Huston Rowlett Sunday night Misses Myrtle and Julia Rowlett visited Pearl Croucher Sunday even IngMr and Mrs Elijah Abney of Brush Creek visited Mr and Mrs Fanny Abney Saturday night Mr and Mrs Marshal Swlnford visited the lattrrt parents Mr and Mrs U R Rowlett of this place Saturday ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST IIUAKCtT Locust Branch May 2The little four year old son of Mr and Mrs George Miller died April 20th with complicated diseases David Blcknell of Madison County Is visiting rela tires at this placeS B Gum and Mr Wagers were measuring logs on the creek SaturdayJno A Blcknell went to Blewbanks tile factory Fri day on business H G Blcknell bought up a few cows to put on the market at Richmond court dayon account of the cool weather farmers seem to regret having planted any corn yetA few persons are planning to attend the circus at Richmond Sat urday May bthMiss May Kindred was the pleasant guest of Miss Emma French taut Saturday night and Sun day Mlis Lillian Howard spent a few days of last week with Mrs Jof Gentry assisting her in music The Rev Jail Lunsford failed to fill his regular appointment here last meeting and writes a lawful excuse jar not being here and states that he will be here on the third Sunday in this month All are cordially Invited to attend Fox Fox May 3There haSscarcely any corn been planted in this vicinity yet and it Is still raining Willie and Lloyd Click of Kerby Knob are visit- Ing hereN E Curtis cut a beetree in his pasture last Thursday and got a fine large hive ot bees and a little honey Wesley Hall who was help Ing him got a few bee stings Mrs Same Moberly was the guest of Mrs Anne Click WednesdayAunt Lizzie Rhodus Is making her home with Mrs W H Rose for a while Ernest Christopher and mother are visiting at Edgar MooresG W Powell is having the logs put oft his farm The river left about 200 He gets 35c for each log put back In the river Turner Kelly has returned from Sta tion Camp and says the roads are still badC H Click Willie Click and Turner Kelly made a trip to Lock eleven In search of fish Satur day but failed to get anYJohn Moberly has purchased a new grist mmN E Curtis has been sick but is betterA large steam boat went up the river todayThe timber market Is rather dull here now prices ranging from 60c to 150 per hun dred Circuit court was In session last week Thera were 34 Indictments found and only one man sent to the pen 1 d ICLAY COUNTY lIVHSINO SPltlNGS Burning Springs April 2SThe Rev Johnson of Jackson County filled his regular appointment Sunday night He Is considered a very able and In teresting preacher larrison Thomson has returned from Hamilton Oour prosperous merchants Messrs Raw llnrn and Howard have returned from thtJr business trips Thomas Raw lings visited friends in Manchester last Sunday Frank McDanlel left last week to seek a fortune in California James Jewell and Lincoln Shell havo returned from tho Normal Department of Berea College tn prepare for tho May examinations The many friends ot hush S White rnjolce because he has been Included among those fortunate ones on Bercas honor roll again Mrs Bowling of East Bernstadt Is visiting her daugh ter Mrs Isaac Chestnut H C Car mack spent a few days recently with his family Steve Clarkston has mov ed to the Ashor property which ho purchased recently SEXTONS CREEK Sextons Creek April 27Tho biggest tldo of the season in Sextons SaturdayG Dlnkcr Campbell pass d thru hero Saturday with a drove of cattle Mrs Annie Brewer of this place contemplates moving to Jackson County sooncap Saylor has mumps Sam Saylor and Frank Pennlngton of Annvlllo were hero Saturday at tending the Masonic lodgeJohn Baker Is out buying cattleJesse Sizemore who returned from tho army a short time ago has drawn a Tension of six per monthThe Odd Fellows have completed their organiz ation at this place Daw Cornctt a out delivering plcturesA D Size more has moved back to Spivey OWSLEY COUNTY TIIAVELLEUS REST Travelers Rest April 2PWe have had some heavy rains and Sturgeon was higher than It has been In twenty yearsA part of Sidney Caudolls water mill was carried away by the high tide Saturday morning Many people here are atttending singing at Vincent The Death angel stole into the homo of Henry Creech April 29th and carried him to the realm beyond His remains will bo laid in the Rowlett cemetery todayR W Becknell of Boonevlllo is attending the funeral services of Mr Henry J Cieech W II Vonablo is manifest ing much Interest in the singing school at Vincent Tho grubbng of B N Minter Monday was largely at- tendedW P Minter was the cuct of McQueen Sunday VINCENT Vincent May lWc are having some very cool weather at present Daniel Turner of this place enter tained the young folks of Vincent Sunday last with his hand organ Quite a good crowd from Levi vls HiAl our Sunday school SundayIIar- ry Venable Chas Price Leo and William Combs all of Vincent wuro the guests of Lazarus Ucoknel Saturday night Mr James Isaacs agent for the Riverside Woolen Mills was the guest of Rolo Venaolo Wednesday night Mr Henry Creech of Travelers Rest one of our most honored citizens died of pneumonia last week the bereaved family have our deepest sympathyJ C Botner and Son are repainting their store room which adds much to the looks of our little hamlet W W Treadway the old soldier 13 up from Heidelberg work ing on his farm We are glad to have W W with us once again Church at Vincent Sunday conducted by the Rev Cardy Roberts Mr Rolo Venablo of Vincent gave to the young folks of Vincent a candy party and social Saturday night Andy Venable and wife have Just a from an extended visit to his wifes parents Mr and Mrs J B Scott of Duck Creek- JACKSON COUNTY HWSLIIY Hurley May 2The weather has been very cool thin week and the farmers cannot work very much There was a heavy ntorra Friday night and the result was the largest tldo that has been for some time Mrs Ida Lake is visiting friends and relatives at this placoMr and Mrs Reuben Hellard were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Christ Roberts Sunday night Mr Frank Gabbard had a working Monday morning and Mr I Jako Morris had a working Monday evening Mrs B II Cole entertained several visitors Monday last Harvey Coo gave the girls a working Mon lay Lots of work was done IIIUULl lOUlt MIddlefork May 2We are sorry to hear of tho Illness of Mr Green Lake of Evergreen Mrs John Holt of this place Is suturing with rheum atismMr Oney Tus3cy who has been sick so long Is able to be up again and visited his sister Mrs Vina Angel Friday Mr Cap Wilson at tended court at McKco this week Mr Don Angel and little son Wess are very low with grippe and pneu monia Miss Mamio Colo visited her grandma Mrs LItha Tussey Saturday night Wess Angel and Robert Tusse made a business trip to McKeo Thurs dayMr and Mrs Does Wilson mov ed to their new home on Wrenfrne Branch Thursday Services will bo held at the now church house at Old Union the first Saturday and Sunday in May conducted by the Rev J B DakerJ W Angel bought of Mr Jake Gabbard Sr a fine saddle mare for SOMrs Bottle Hellard who has been sick so long still continues very poorly Mr D D Coo Is still poorly Messrs Whitehead Woodall and several others from Livingston are at this place fishing TYNEH Tyner May 2The people of this place are badly behind with their crops on account of rain There lI lots of sickness Mrs Mattie Ham ilton is very low Miss Bobble Bowles who has had pneumonia It betterS D Rico and wife are visit Ing his brother at Bernstadt Will Naritz and wife of Annvillo visited Bob Reynolds Sunday lastJohn Moore made a flying trip to McKee Saturday after his brother Alfred Miss TommIe Rice is staying with Mrs John Moore Alfred Rader is looking for his brother to visit him from East Bernstadt Mr Will Good man who has been In McKee two weeks returned home yesterday GREEN UALL Greenhallj May 2Dorn to the wife ot Samuel Wright April 26 twin boys This Is their second pair of twlns11 M Flanery Is doing u hustling business with his water mill Walker and Wilgus Flanery who were so low with pneumonia at our last report aro much better also Miss Dabble Bowle3 is betterour County seems to bo divided on Edwards and Matthews but the division Is like the greedy boy divided the apple The farmers arc behind with their work on account of tho wet weather William Evans who lives in Leo County while trimming a tree toll and broke nine of his ribs and in jured himself other ways but is Im proving slowy We hear Tom Dur ham who was drowned In Sexton Creek several weeks ago was found one day last week by a man fishing near Beattyvllle The Jackson Co Bargain Store had several dollars worth of goods destroyed In a R R wreck near Irvino James Hails Stave mill IB running again on tho waters of Sturgeon near Harvey Creechs They have several hundred thousand staves to drew and will give work all the summer and fall Mrs Dora Moore wife of Jae Moore j whom wo reported Riving hlrth to twins about three months ago and who has been down with heart dropsy since died Wednesday April 50 The funeral was preached Thursday at 4 oclock by tho Rev Harvey Johnson and John G Holcomb She was laid to rest yesterday In the Royal Oak cemetery The husband and four llflo children who are left havo the sym pathy of the entire community OLIN 2 Farmers are worse behindwith their work than ever be fore owing to so much raln There was a very heavy treat last Thurs day morning with slight damage to rult Regular church services at Blooming Grove today and old Bra George Johnson was elected Moder ator and Bro Abel Gabbard assistant Miss Maggie Bowling of Terrel Creel Is visiting her sister MM Jennie Medlock this weekMr and Mrs G W Moore of Tyncr visited their daughter Mrs Bell Morris Satur day and Sunday Mr George Slmp son of East Bernstadt Is visiting home folks here this week Mrs Jos eph Sparkman is very 1IlCourt Is over and the boys that had been dod ging the grand jury are dropping in A lot of young folks went to Uncle Alfred Johnsons last Tuesday night to hear tho talking machines AH kinds of stock seem to bo selling at a high price in this community Tho majority of tho people hero seem to be for Taft for president Stld liam Bros have gone to buying ties agalno M Farmer Is preparing to build him a new dwelling soon 1 SANll OAT Sand Gap May 4owlng to the rainy weather farmers are very bad ly behind with thulr work Hut tan neighbors uro combining and are hav- Ing wokMigs co perhaps in that way they can make up lost time Sher man Durham cad wife of Jamestown recently vhitcd relatives at this place and lte nccci innlcd homo by Misses Molllo Durham and Maud Powell Harry Gabbard who is in school at Borca has recently boon visiting homo folks Rov 0 V Clemmons filled his regular appointment at Rock Lick Sunday Rov Joseph Dixon will preach at Sand Gap this 10th day of this month RovJ G Durham Is visiting relatives and filling hU regular appolntmenHat Wind Cave Martha and Eva Harrison of Deer Stable were the guests of Mag and Florence Durham Saturday night and Sunday Maud Powell and Molllo Durham returned from Jamestown Sunday and were accompanied by the Rev Elmer Clemmons KKItllY KNOB Kcrby Knob May 4 Tho little child of Mr and Mrs Clark Powell died Tuesday April 29th and was laid to rest in tho graveyard hero Wed nesday morning Mrs Powell had to give up her baby just olx weeks be fore Mrs Laura Hays visited Mr j James Click and family last week from Sunday till Friday Miss Mamlo Williams made a business trip to Berca Saturday Mr Will Jones of Bear Wallow was the guest of Mr Late Williams Saturday night Mr and Mrs jAmbrose Powell visited Car Powell and family Saturday night Miss Laura Hatfleld was In Bera Friday and Saturday Mr Jim Djr ham gave tho young folks a social u AT 1 n gOY4ti Akr- POWDER 16 Absolutely Pure The only iimklng powder madly with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Limo Phosphat Saturday night week There was a largo crowd present and all report ed a fine time Miss Martha Dean and sister Vena were tho guests of Miss Myrtle Click Saturday night week WHITLEY COUNTY conmN Corbin April 27Mr J11 Lawson lost a tine cow Friday night He had been offered CO for her tho day bofor onelImoved to MIddlcsboro Saturday Wo are sorry to see him leave our town Mr Peanut Riley and wlfo parted last week Dunagan la better We hope ho will bo able to stir Lira Wyrlck her slater went to tho country to see Miss Ulllo Peters Wllllo Dunagan QMiss Lira Wyrick are to be married Thursday week We with them Joy and happiness Miss Laura Wil der ls very sick at this writing We hope will soon recover Will la Dunngan visited friends Sunday after out ot town working for HcndcrllRht ploughing farming Mr Wiley Davis says ho has been having fine trade this week Buck Burnn visited L Chestnut Sun dayMr W E Copenhamcr went to South Corbin Sunday on business u u BARGAINSF- OR OUR OLD SUBSCRIBERS OUR BEST BARGAIN IS THE CITIZEN A paper that gives you more than tics worth of your money and is growing bettor nil the time You know what a good paper you hare been getting You can gut others us cheap but either theyaro not as good or they are not for the mountains or they do not give as much Just look at n few of things we aro giving you now NEWS nil the news of the world of 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