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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 weeta wse oso Mi U 7 1 EREA prtovnteosATnl PUiLISHING CO ciTHE cITIzEN r7Ie Idly Let Yeur is Growing Business Rap f I ISTAMLRyloplaatBnroRrdNm4 FRBST IMjlI + apr 8 o using Keep Pace With It Iy Advr 0 E A e p eeoeoeooeGeooooD voted to the Interests of the Mountain People +eqgelooo000o0OPnIi Vol IX Five cento a DopyBEREAMADISON CdUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 14 1908OneDollar a year Noi GENERAL LE VANT DODGE I Reelected Department Commander Wednesday Q A R at State Encampment NEWS Of TOE WEEK j Woman MurdedMany Homo for I Puce Started Big Atlanta Fire Cashier Stole Million and a Half KUXKD MANY WOOERS A mur dar story which ii one of tho worst in history and part of which U toM ou another page has been un foldr1 at Laportn Ind Alter the burning of a farmhouse where lived Irt belle Gunncss and her hires ohllJrin in which all four were ut tint supposed to have died men diSfiltiK In the yard found bodlM whldi had been burled and then on investigation found more and more fourteen in all Detectives dlsoovftrcd that the woman had been printing advertlsemente saying the was Ioklng for a husband and then killini the men who came to woo her Mao ylo killed a step child and soma otbrr teUtlvea for the sake of in surant money they carried The case his not yet been fully explained but there seems no doubt that it is tomolhlng beyond the Imagination of any story writer HOME FOR PEACE Tho laying of the cornerstont of the Bureau ot Amtrlron Republics which is intended to l o n plnco where all dlffer nlf t between nations In this hem lipbcro will bo settled peaceably was done by the President with great cerrnnmy Jn 1Vaahi ton Monday DIG ATLANTA FlfhA fire which burned down two business blocks in Atlanta Ga on Friday last caused a loss of 1600000 One of the largest hotels In the city was burned s BIO MANIC THEFT A defalcation from a big PltuburR slant by the cashier a man once prominent In Republican politics in Pennsylvania has been the financial seueatldn cf the week The man Is William ftlbitl gonicrj and it It charged that his stealing amounted to pretty nearly lr00000 Two or t three of his trlendd are pulled down In his ruin Montgomery who was a friend of Sen ator Matthew S Quay spent his steal ings in speculation MACHINE REALLY FLIES The question whether the Wright brothers of Toledo Ohio who have claimed that they invented a real flying mach ine several years before any one rite made one go has been settled The Wrights have refused till now to give any public exhibition of their machine for fear their ideas would be stolen but last week they were finally Induced to give n series of tests In North Carolina and the machine did all that has been claimed for It They made over twenty flights lill rather short but the machine way under 4p perfect control all the time and they went up or down or around ns they wished and lit when they wanted toIThis puts America ahead of the with another great Invention I 8AVS8 100 FROM WRECK Seven I mn lvrdtheUVt8ofa hundred last Friday 1rClllltI ra u4 REELECTED u DGE AGAIN STATE COMMANDER Rtfbcjantly Accepts Reelection After Much Urging Gets Majority of Forty In State Encampment A late dispatch from Louisville states that Gen Dodo waa reflected Department Commander of the O A R at the State Encampment there by a majority of forty The wido spread appreciation of the work he tins donr for the Army and desire for his rctlcction was so strong as to overcome hU deslry jo retire tp private life and thru an appeal to his Interest In the welfare of tho Army ho was Induced to accept a 11 jeouil term 1 HONOR GEN DODGE ITwo Hundred Gather at Reception on HIs Seventieth Birthday Over One Hundredand Fifty Letters Received A signal proof oC tho love and af fection In which Gen taVant Dodge Department Commander of thu 0 A R is held was given last week on ails seventieth birthday Thru the arrangement of friends a recep tion was held for him Saturday night at his home which was one of the most largely attended affairs of the kind ever given in Berea and one of the most enjoyed The four largest rooms of the Dodge home were thrown together for tho occasion and they were filled all the evening tho the visitors were coming und going It Is estimated that not less than two hundred citizens caliml id MitiKiulututa the veteran soldier and professor The mare confining parts ot the entertaining were taken charge of by friends of Mr and Mrs Dodge Mlaa Robinson Mlrs Welsh and others at tending to them and leaving Mrs Dodge free to receive with her hus band One of the pleatant features of the evening was tho presentation to the Dodges of three valuable cut glass pieces made In behalf of a number of their friends by Pres Frost Another pleasant feature was the reading by Mrs Dodge ot several eonsnitulatory letters from distant friends There were over 1GO of theo received altogether Gen Dodge has been unable to answer thepi at once as ho tae been occupied with tho affaire Of the State Encampment of tho O A R but expressed In the warmest terms his appreciation of the letters and pleasure at receiving them and will answer each personally as soon as possible then and Mrs Dodge left Monday noon for Louisville to attend the State Encampment of thc G A R The General has found his years wendlro however nod of the G A R leaders urged him to serve again ofir DROP THE FIGHTS There are two parts to every political campaign one is to get a good nominee the other in tooled him Kentucky Republicans have done their best in the first of theso duties and it is time to got to the second Mr Taft to the tntos choice HS he will be the nations and in the few weeks before the National Convention the Republicans of this state should ho getting together so that when his nomination is officially mode there will be no delay lu getting the whole strength of the party behind him and putting the state again in the Republican column next fall There is going to be a lot of hard work to do this There are bitter fights in the party and bitter enemies are leading opposite wings The state convention failed to bring harmony among the lenders but there is no reason why the plain men of the party should not stop the fight for they are the soldiers The time has come when to hit any member of tho party is to hurt All If every man remem hers this when there is n chance t6 hit at some fellow who differs over some small matter there will be It mush better chalice for what wo nil want another Republican victory ia Kentucky in November POLITICAL NOTES Bradley Beaten In State Convention All Opposition to Taft may be Withdrawn Agree on Currency Bill Tile result of tho State Republican Convention which finished Its work last Thursday fully confirmed the CllltcnB prophesy that Mr Bradley would not be sent to Chicago He male one of his oldtime eloquent speocuv but tailed to move the con vention and was beaten for the place by ovu two hundred votes The men iwhc havd been fighting him be Weved they wore entitled to the ihs of their vljtory and took them ljrartl y left tho convention In a peat rage and there Is promise of tnr t fighUns to come- Th men finally chosen by the con ventluu arc Delegates from Oil State at Liyge Gov Augustus 1 Wlw n of Frankfortt Williams Mar shall llullltt of Louisville Judgo A R Iiiirnam of Richmond and R W Lane colored of Frankfort Alternate Delegates at Large Emory Yarborough of Hlndman Roy Wllholt of Ashland Will P Scott of Dawson Springs aol John Mc Whlrwt colored of Louisville IretftlcnUal Electors from the State at Large John L McCoy of Lexington and Jphn U Gllllam of Scotuvlllc State Central Commlttcemen tram khc State at Uirge Geo W Welsh- f Danville and Frank Fisher of Parfu nh- InRtrman State Central Commit tecR 11 WInn of sit Sterling Till resolutions adopted endorsed Gov tYlllsons administration as well us that of Pres Roosevelt endorsed Tutu and spoke for tariff revision a MR navy and regulation of public utilities On motion of John D thopnttBltlTvto efforts for temperance re foni It is too bad that plank was not mnilo stronger for It won one toittholeclsrshouldhave form trail n good onp and It is one supportItBradley has bad to say about tho ac rllrTnftthat is surely for Fairbanks Is the Second which ia controlled by Collector Franks a Federal office holder It la evident that Erin Ieys ruin wile not Intended to work bqth ways ofMadttnnIs n tine tribute to a mnqwhols thetopnized ns one of Its rea1 leaders At tint he received the voto of both Bldrs but when Bradley saw thin llullltt was going to defeat him he tIsCrlnImen to change their votes from Burr ham to that he and not Bradjey would be left ort Tho plan failed but It Is rumored that there Is some fending between Burnam and Bradley ove It Manyvpeople feel that Mr Bratltys mistake In trying to makv the FalrbanksTaft fight a personal ont hat so lowered him In the party that hq will never again be acknowl edged leader OPPOSITION BROKEN There are many signs that the opposition torTattror president Is break Ing upon all sides In the first place the Tart victory in Kentucky opened c the eyes of a good many people tc tho weakness of some people who have been ttulmln a good deal It was reported that Fairbanks would with draw fend tho this was soon dented It Ia Mill believed that his name win never go before the convention The lttn among the Republican leaders if now said to bo to drop all op position nnd allow the nomination of Taft by acclamation This would give the party great strength and Derides It might be possible for men that would otherwise be entirely beaten to get off with their faces whole and perhaps to save a little son tliinK for themselves out of thrlr defeat For Instance Fairbanks is wilMng to take the vicepresidency again Cannoi will be satisfied If the Tait men will stand for him for spu4r for another term and a number of Congressmen will be glad to rt oft with a chance to get back on their old committees There Is no sign Uiflt Taft will make any of the deals suggested Tho same thing wa tiled on him by the Forakermen In fihlo and failed Some of his friends said ho was making a big miffHVo but ho won Easily and was all lha stronger for tho fight He may fight It out with this combination and beat the whole lot openly as he- hasPeady done quietly jiV it AGREE ON CURRENCY The RetiibUcan leaders in the House have agreed on a currency reform bill which U to bo passed before ad journMcnt and which provides for the Issuing of 500000000 more mon ey wren tho Secretary of the Treas fry thinks It needed BRYAN SEEMS SUREA teat vote which has been taken by the Chicago Tribune in all parts of the country shows that the talk of dl1 eating Bryan for the Democratic nomination Is all wind The vote shows that In every section of the country ho Is ahead of all others and thai even In states where some other man Is first Bryan Is second and will get tho delegates after complimen tary vote to tho favorite son COLLEGE WINS BAKER CASE Th Attempt by Tames Baker to get from Berea College 10000 be causo his son Tommie was arrested a little over a year ago when the gnn of which ho was a member were ac cused of thefts was finally decided In Richmond Tuesday the jury bring ing iu n unanimous verdict In favor of Mid College Nine members could have returned n verdict and the fact that all agreed is taken as show ing the weakness of Mr Bakcro case The case has been R hard fought one the first Jury giving a verllrt of 500 for Baker but the Judge granted a now trial because some of the Important legal point hat not beqn made clear In his charge Tho verdict of the first Jury wet a Burpjlso to most of those In the court room while Tuesdays re suit was predicted by almost all who heurd tho tcrtlrnony About fltty men from Berea went uptn the trial and as there wero sevral other cases affecting boat- people scheduled for the early part of the eek altogether there was a jury large number of Berea peo plto Richmond R nnhl leans of Madison County will bo pissed to learn that Mr O P- Jacon IK a candidate for the As sembly at the election which will be hold acyear from this Fall in quit v among Democratic leaders tans bhQw any great enthusiasm for him but Ms personal friends say he Will have no difficulty in defeating Mr Jerre Sullivan r IN OUR OWN STATE Tobacco Cases Go OnNo Fight In Madison County Gold Found In the Kentucky RiverPowers Case Must Walt- TOI3A000 CASES GOING ONThe prosecution of the tobacco cases Is going on and still without a convict Ion Troops are being used In var ious parts of the state In spite of the protests of some of tho sympathizers of the night riders and there is a good deal better order being kept One body of 14 troopers was sent to Richmond on some secret mission and In general the soldiers are doing good work In one county where the soldiers seem to have spoiled somebodys little frolic there is talk ot Indicting the governor for sending them without permission of tho night riders REPORT FALSEA report that twt negroes had been killed and a white man wounded In a night rUt near Klrksville Madison County ia nntioly false GOD FOUNDA gold nugget has been found In the Kentucky River near Frankfort and revives old sto rlei that there Is A gold mine some where In Franklin County POWERS CASE MUST WAIT Gov WHlson was obliged to leave Frankfort Thursday for the confer ence between governors of all the states and Pres Roosevelt In Wash ington without reaching a decision In regard to the Powers case He had spent a week at It but had not finish ed reading the testimony and as the case Is co Important not only to Pow ers but to the party and the state he did not feel like giving a decision wltho t knowingMi there Is to know About the case His decision will nut be rendered till after his return which will be sometime next week TO TEST SEPARATE COACH LAW A test of the Kentucky Se partite Coach Law under which the colored roan can not ride In the same car with a white man the he pays tho same fare will be made before the Supreme Court of the U S J Alex ander Chiles of Lexington a well known colored attorney has taken an appeal from the ruling of the Court of Aptils of Kentucky which was against him In a suit for 11000 from the C0- C Ej TO MEETThe annual state cpniriitlon of the Christian Endeav orcis Mill be heM In Richmond Frl day Saturday and Sunday of this went A long program has been prepared and promises a fine meeting MONEY TALKS Why Many People are Poor and How They May Get Ahead Most people would have more money and would get ahead faster in thee world If they would only set a proper value on the little things Now a nickel Isnt very big and n dlmo or a quarter are not much big ger nod so pple who do not stop to think spend a nickel tday for some thlngii they do not need at all Whats a cickel anyway they wvy and tomorrow a quarter goes for something they would bo better off without And In this way the small change slips through their fingers a from day to day and they have noth Ing at all to show for It All iheso people would like to bo rich and they mean to begin to save money some day If you speak to them about saving and getting ahead In the world they will tell you that by and by as soon as they get ten dollars or a hundred dollars together they aim to Iut It In the bank and save It- But they never get the hundred dolitam i make the start because It all blips through their fingers a nickel or n dime or a quarter at a time and thrv oont knows where It goes to Dont look down on the small te felnnlnr Put a dollar In tho hank now and from now on keep the small hanci and from time to time put It In with the dollar and as the months and vears eo by you will bo getting ahead In the world Berea Bank A Trust Co RECEPTION FOR MR DAGER The Union Church extends an In vitation to all its members and friends to attend a reception to Mr and Mrs Dater at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Will Gamble on Saturdayenight May 1C at 7 p m Mr Dager leaves for his work In Africa at an 4 early date It Is hoped all his friends will be present I THE SICK DEMOCRAT 1 saw my doctor yesterday Your trouble sir said ho Is mental and not physical YOU need societ- yCompanionshipyoure lonely In politics take part The members of your party Should cheer your lonely heart Said I I cant find any Said doctor How is that 7 J sighed and turned my face away I am a Democrat New York Times I Q RESOLVED THATTHEY ALWAyS TUROW BOQUETS AT THOSE WHO WELL DRESSED ToBEWECL DRESSED GoqfieTHE PLACE WHERE THEY KNOW HOWTO DR 5S Yoh E1laV BUSTEDfW 51J T1ICONIN6YRMTlS rD 11111 11 I 0 1 10 MAY 15 UPoN Us HAVE YoU NOT ALREADY WAITED TOO tONG To PREPARE FOR SPRINGi AND SUMMER YOU HAVE SEEN THE CROWDS IN OUR STORE DOES NOT THAT TELL YOU THAT THE CHOICE THINGs FOR THE SEASON ARE FAST DISAPPEARING REMEMBER THE SOONER YOU GET YOUR NEW THINGS THEnLONGER YOU WILL HAVE TO ENJOY THEMiAND CAN ANYTHING GIVE YOU MORE JoY THAN WEARING ATTRACTIVE APPAREL COYLE HAYES Yeu Pay LessOr Oat Mere r- v 1 i lnuu t I 1I BOB 1 fPLACER dY 14N JlLPAINSOAUllIRgV- IIlIiIIPtRllf5J1 JZI llll lilIliY- lJrafltlLLiYPJffl i ins ul 3xgc SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth Infantry from Fort Bethune trapped by Indians In a narrow gorge A mono them- L a stranger who Introduces himself by the name of Hampton also mills the pot trader and his daughter Oltlls and a majority of the soldier are killed dur Ine e three days siege Hampton and the ctrl only escape from the Indiana They tall exhausted on the plains A company of the Seventh cavalry Lieut Brant In command find them Hampton and the slrl atop at the Miners Homo In Olencatd MM Duffy proprleteB Liamp tn talks the future over with Miss 011I pIthe Kid She show him her mothers picture and tells him what she can of her parentage and life They decide 1she Mrs Herndon Nalda Kldruns away from Mrs Herndon and rejoins Hampton CHAPTER VIII Continued He extended his hand and drew her up beside him Into the shaded corner Well he said tell me the truth Ive quit thats all Bob I just couldnt stand reform any longer aud t go Ive come back here to you The man drew a deep breath Didnt you like Mrs Herndon Ob shell all right enough so far as that goes T aint that only I Just didnt like some things she said and redidKid and Hampton straightened up his voice growing stern Ive ot- to know the straight of this You say you like Mrs Herndon well enough but Dot some other things What were theyThe girl hesitated drawing back a little from him until the light from the saloon fell directly across her face Well she declared slowly you see it had to be either her oror you B6b and Id rather It would be you You mean she said you would have to cut me out entirely If you stayed there with hers She nodded her eyes filled with en troaty Yes that was about It I wasnt ever to have anything more to do with you not even to speak to you If WQ metand after youd saTed my life goo Never mind about that little affair Kid and Hampton rested his hand gently on her shoulder That was all In thd days work and hardly counts for much anyhow Was that all she saltT l She called you a lowdown gambler a gunfighter aa miserable barroom thug aa murderer Sheshe said that If I ever dared to speak to you again Dob Hampton that I could leave her house I Just couldnt stand fort that so I cameawa- Hampton zver stirred his teeth handsphe muttered half aloud then caught S his breath quickly Now see here Kid and he turned her about so that eyest7 enough to put up a kick but 1 all this Is true about me why shouldnt she say ItT Do you believe that sort of a fellow would prove a very good kind to look after a young lady I aint a young lady No well youre going to be If I have my way and I dont believe the sort of a gent described would be very apt to help you much In getting there You aint all that Well perhaps not Like an amateur artist madam may have laid the colors on a little thick nut I am no winged angel Kid nor exactly a model for you to copy after I reckon you better stick to the woman and cut me She did not answer yet be read an unchanged purpose In her eyes and Ills own decision strengthened Some Instinct led him to do thing lie drew forth the Jocket from beneath the folds of her dress holding It open to the light He noticed now a name engraven on tho cold case and bent tower to decipher the delicate tattering Was her name Naida he ques tioned sharply It Is an uncommon wordYea RfTheir eyes met and those of both softened et Naida his lips dwelt upon the I peculiar name as though he loved the sound I want you to listen to me f jchild I sincerely wish I might keep yon here with me but I cant You are more tome than you dream but it would not be right for me thus delib futuretioffer youaQ home no friends no- l putatfon Practically I am an out taw existing by my wits disreputable IB the eyes of those who are worthy to live In the world She who was your pother would never wish you to re tnaln with me She would say I did right you up into the care i of a good woman Naida look on that face la the locket your mothers face it Is sweet pure beautiful the face of a good true woman Living or dead lit must be the prayer of those lips that you become a good woman also Sho should lead you not I for I am un worthy For her sake and in her same I ask you to go back to Mrs Meradon He could perceive the gathering tears In berlel and his hand closed tight souloloaeh tJ You will go 0 Bob I wish you wasnt a gam blerlA moment he remained silent Bu unfortunately I am he admitted soberly and it is best for you to CO back Wont your Her gaze was fastened upon the open locket tho fair face pictured there smiling up at her as though 1 pleading also You truly think she would wish It I know she would The girl gave utterance to a quick startled breath as If the vision fright ened her Then I will GO she said her voice a mere whisper I will go Ho led her down the steps out Into the Jostling crowd below as if she had been somo fairy princess lice locket hung dangling and he slipped It back into its place and drew her slender form yet closer against his OWl as they stepped forth into the black d sorted road Halfway up tho gloomy ravine they met n man and woman coming along the narrow path Ilam ton drew her aside out of their way then spoke coldly Mrs Herndon were you secklnf your lost charge I have her here Tho two passing figures halted peer ing through the darkness I was not seeking her she returned icily 1 huve no desire to cul tivate the particular friends of Mr HamptonSo have understood and conse quently relinquish here and now all claims upon Miss Glllls She has In formed me of your flattering opinIon Now YOu regarding me and I have Indorsed it as being mainly true to life Do I state this fairly Nalda I have come back she faltered fingering the chain at her throat I have come back Without Bob Hampton The girl glanced uneasily toward him bud ho stood motionless in the gloomYesiI suppose I mustIHampton rested his hand softly upon her shoulder his fingers trembling though his voice remained coldly do liberateI this entirely satisfactory Mrs Herndon ho said I can assure you I know absolutely nothing regard lug her purpose of coming to me to night I rVallze quite clearly my own deficiencies and pledge myself here after not to Interfere with you In any way You accept the I believe She gave utterance to a deep sigh of resignation comes to ino clearly as a Christian duty she acknowl edged doubtfully and I suppose I must take up my cross butOf But you have doubts he Interrupted Well 1 havo none for I have greater faith in the girl andperhaps- In God Goodnight Naida He bowed the hand the girl gave him In the darkness and over after she believed he bent lower and pressed his lips upon it Tho next moment the black night had closed him out and she stood there half fright ened at she knew not what on the threshold of her new life- CHAPTER IX At the Occidental Hampton slowly picked ha way back through the darkncsb down the silent road his only snide those dim jellow a lights flickering la the distance It was Saturday night And the mil Ing town was already alive The one long irregular street was Jammed with constantly moving figure the numer ous saloons ablaze the pianos sound lug noisily the shuffling of feet in the crowded dancehalls Incessant Riot reigned unchecked while the inlet sleepy town of the afternoon blossomed under the flickering lights Into a saturnalia of unlicensed pleas tire wherein the wages of sin wore death Hampton pushed his way through the noisy throng with eyes ever watch ful for the faces- Anything going on tonight worth while Jim T he questioned quietly Rather stiff game they tell me Just sorted In the back room was the genial reply Two eastern suckers with Red Slavln sitting in The gambler passed on pushing rather unceremoniously through the The ablazetwith lights every game in full operation and surrounded by crowds of de votees Ho walked directly toward the rear of tho room A thick dingy rod curtain hung there he held back Its thonsmaller apartment beyond Three men sat at the single table cards in hand and Haratfton invol untarily whistled softly behind his teeth at the first glimpse of tho money openly displayed before them This was apparently not so bad for a start er and his waning Interest revived A redbearded giant sitting so as to face the doorway glanced up quickly at his entrance his coarse mouth instantly taking on the semblance of a smile aneevident effort at won dering If you wouldnt show up before veryp lair provided you carry sufficient stuffHampton came easily forward Into tho full glow of the swinging oil lamp his manner coolly deliberate his face expressionless I feel no desire to In trude he explained quietly watching the uplifted faces I believe I have never before met these gentlemen Slavin laughed his great white fingers drumming the table It Is au acquaintance easily made he said provided one can afford to I Damn foul If Feel Like It Laugh al is trust It above trot in their class for it is money that talks at this table tonight Mr Hampton permit me to present Judge Hawes of Denver and Mr Edgar W1I Us president of the T P R I have no Idea what they arc doing In this hellhole of a town but they are dead game sports and I have been trying my best to amuse them whllo theyre herelUmvton bowed Instantly recogniz ing the names Glad to assist he murmured sink ing into a vacant chair What limit We havo had no occasion to discuss that matter as yet volunteered lIawes sneeringly However If you have scruples we might settle upon something within reason Hampton ran the uhdealt pack care lessly through his fingers his lips smiling pleasantly Ob never mind If It chances to go above my pile Ill drop out Meanwhile I hardly believe there Is any cauao for you to be sod est oa my account The play opened quietly at with some restraint the faces of the men remaining impassive their watcbful glances evidencing nothing either of success or failure Hampton played with extreme catolon for some time his eyes studylw keenly the others about the table ticking some deeper understanding of the nature of his op ponents their strong and weak points and whether or not there existed any prior arrangement between them He was there for a purpose a clearly defined purpose and ho felt no Inclina tion to accept unnecessary chances with the fickle Goddess of Fortune T- otne tralne01u the calm observation small tUngs and long accustomed to weigh his adversaries with carl it was not extremely dlBsult to class the two Q strangers and Ha satss AMM MM on observing tho size of the tolls rather ostentatiously exhibited by them Ills satisfaction was In noways lessened by the sound of their voices when incautiously raised In anger over some unfortunate play Ho im mediately recognized them as tho Identical Individuals who had loudly and vainly protested over his occupancy of the best rooms at the hotel Ha chuckled grimly Rut what bothered him particularly was Slavln The cool gray eyes glanc- Ing with such apparent negligence across the cards In his hands noted every slight movement of the red bearded gambler In expectation of do looting sQmo sign of trickery or some evidence that he had been selected by this precious trio for the purpose ol easy plucking Knavery was Slavlns style but apparently he was now playing n straight game no doubt inns clearly behind his Imr realI mask of a face tho utter futlllt seeking to outwit one of Hampton enviable reputation It was unquestionably a fairly fought tourhanded battle and at last thoroughly convinced of this Hampton settled quietly down prepared to play out his game The stakes grew steadily larger Several ttrnaa drink were served but Hampton patented hlmnelf with a gulp of water always gripping an unllghtod cigar between his teeth Ho was playing now with apparent recklessness never hesitat- Ing over a card his eye as watchful as that of a hawk his betting qukk confident audacious Tho contagion ol his spirit seemed to affect the others to force them Into desperate wagers The porsplrrtlon was beading Slavlni forehead and now and then an oatb burst unrestrained from his hairy lips Hawes and Willis sat whitefaced bent forward anxiously over tho table their fingers shaking as they handled the fateful cards but Hampton played without perceptible tremor his utter ances few and monosyllable his calm face betraying not tho faintest emo tion And he was steadily winning Occa sionally some other hand drew In the growing stock of gold and bank notes but not often enough to offset those continued gains that began to heap up in such an alluring pile upon his portion of the table The lookerson who had come In began to observe this and gathered more closely about his chair fascinated by tho luck with which the cards came abating into his hands the cool Judgment of his critical plays the reckless abandon with which lie forced success Suddenly ho forced tho tight to a finish rho opportunity canto la a Jackpot which Hawes had opened Tho bctttes began with ft cool thou sand Then Hamptons turn came Without drawing his cards yet lying downward before him on tho board bis calm features as immovable as the Sphinx ho quleUy pushed his whole accumulated pile to the center namcj the sum and leaned back In hU chair tide eyes cold Impassive llawei threw down his hand wiping hit streaming face with his handkerchief Willis counted his remaining roll hash tated looked again at the faces of his cards flung aside two drawing to fill and called loudly for a showdown his eyes protruding SUvln curslnf fiercely under his red beard having drawn one card his perplexed face Instantly brightening as he glanced al- It went back into his hip pocket tot every cent ho lint and added his profane demand for ft chance at tilt moneyA rested Ch tho table a ton tune tho ownership of which was te be decided In a single moment and by the movement of a hand Willis was gasping his whole body quivering Slavln was watching Hampton hands as a cat does a mouse his thick lips parted his fingers twitching nervously The latter smiled grimly his mottos deliberate his eyes never wavering Slowly one by one bo turned up lilt cards never even deigning to glanci downward his entire manner that o unstudied indifference Onetwo three Willis uttered a snarl like a stricken wild beastt and sank back in his chair his eyes closed his cheek ghastly Four Slavin brought dowr his great clencbK flit with a craat on the table a string of oaths burstlui unrestrained from ills lips Five Hampton never stirring a muscle sat there like a statue watching Hit right hand kept hidden beneath the table with his left he quietly drew IB the stack of bills and coin pushing the stuff heedlessly into the lido pocket oi his coat his glUe never once wander Ing from those stricken faces fronting him Then he softly pushed back hit chair and stood erect Willis never moved but Slavin rose unsteadily U his feet gripping the table fiercely with both I- IOentlemenliald Hampton grave ly his clear voice sounding like the sudden peal of a bell I can only thank you for your oourtesy la this matter and bid you all goodnight However before I go it may be of some Interest for me to say that I have played mf last game Somebody laughed sarcastically e harsh hateful laugh The speakel whirled took one step forward then was the flash of an extended arm I dull crunch and Red Slavln weal crashing backward against the wall As he gazed up dazed and bewildered from the floor the lights glimmered along a bluesteel barrel Not a move you red brute an Hampton spurned him contemptuously with his heel This is no variety show and your laughter was la pool taste However If you feel partlcH larly hilarious tonight 111d0 et another chance I said this was MI last game Ill repeat itthis was mP last garnet Now dams yael U v feel like it laughs tf0 HE CON1lNCElIa Y D AN tJfAR- YIJj g FPt SEED CORN TESTER Plan of Device Which Can Be Made at Home The accompanying cut shows a 100 car crato for storing seed corn and a tray for testing it Tho crato should be about 24 Inches square depending upon tho sizo of the ears The ends should bo of one by six Inch boards and the sides ono by four Inch so an to give good ventilation It should be divided Into 100 squares by stretching wire across the top each way These crates are handy to handle and mado an Ideal storage Letter the rows on the Plan of Arranging Kernels also and number those on tho end so that each square will take a num ber and a letter To make a testing tray take a pane of glass or board and cut a piece of thick cloth the samo size laying it on the glass Wrap with colored string spacing to as to divide the tray into 100 squares numbering and lettering to correspond with the crate To test the seed take tho tray to the crate and beginning at Al take six groins from different parts of the car and place them In the tray on the corresponding square Great care should be taken that the grains are kept sop arate When the tray has been filled Ear Arrangement In Testers Order cover carefully rlth cotton batting and wet It thoroughly Where enough crates are provided for all tho seed corn explains B B Gibbs In Twentieth Century Farmer an equal number of trays may bo ar ranged to that all of the seed may bo tested at ono time and under Die sam conditions The seed should be kept as near thy temperature of the ground- In which tho crop Is to be planted as possible Where It Is desired to plant tho seed In soil a wooden crate can be made of thin lumber sad filled love with soil and spaced off with the cord the same as the glass tray All earn should bo discarded that do not give six good sprouts under fair conditions but If by testing you find a dozen bad cars It will be the licIt paying trouble you have had for sometime besides you can do the testing at odd times and It Is worth more that the cost Just to know that you line started the years work right and you can depend upon the seed when thi time comes to plant If you cannot figure out how it Is going to pay goon and test and the extra corn In the crib next fall will show for Itself An other year save your corn from the field before frost and store It In the crates DUSTLESS ROADWAYS We Now Have the Luxury of Abso lutely Dustless Roadways A bulletin Issued last July by the Kansas City park board makes tho above statement A year ago during the summer months the board bad Its whole force of sprinkling wagons going every day In an attempt to keep down the dust which made the enjoy ment of tho park drives Impossible at times In a few hours tho hot summer sun dried the roads and every pass Ing motor car left clouds of fine rock dust to settle on the foliage alpng the drive Now a motor car passing at the highest speed over any portion of the extensive boulevard system leaves no dusty trail In Its wake The oil has not only proved much moro effective than water but it is a third cheaper and preserves the roadways as well writes Roy A Moore In The World ToDay Ono of the serious problems here as In other cities has been the preservation of the drives from the wear of the motor car wheels The oiled boulevard is also protected from erosion Formerly every rainstorm loft ragged Allies which took several days to npalr Tho eye of the most inexperienced could sea that some thing was seeded to bind the raacad dam to pfcscrvo a smooth surface without dust and prevent washouts at the same time Tho net savings in tin use of oil for the year was tli 635S8 or 34 per cent Hardy Fruits The less perishable a fruit the moro likely Is the market for It to be steady as it can be sent from one part of the country to another and even to foreign nations uL I TIMOTHY JOINT WORM 1 Something About This Pest Which i Proves Troublesome at Times An Iowa reader of the Journal of Agriculture was bothered last year with an Insect In tho timothy joints that resembles joint worms In wheat and kindred plants Ho asks for tho name of the Insect the charaeterlstlca and best means of dctttructlon This pest Is commonly called tim othy Joint worm and J3 ono of the newly discovered crop pests It has become quite common In Now York and other eastern states but Is ovens ionally heard of in tho central states brought there by the Introduction of j hay from the east Not much Is known of Its habits however tho de partment has been experimenting with It for a number of years From a re cent circular describing thnto expert extractsDuring tho past winter we have been able to roar tho adult Insect from timothy throughout nearly all the area west of the Hudson liver where the gnus Is grown Whore It has been possible to get hay from old meadows that last year yielded but a poor crop there has been no difficulty Inbreeding tho pest from the 1111 thus showing that It readily winters In barns and In bay slacks It has been reared In greatest profusion from timothy from Sault Stc Mario Inch tIIOhioIsh white footlons worm with brown Jaws It U found in the center of the stems of timothy at tho Joint Tho ful ly developed insect Is a small four winged fly of a Jet black color with red eyes and legs banded with yel low looking almost exactly like A small black winged ant This rest seems to breed In greatest numbers In timothy meadows of long standing and where the grow la allowed to grow up and mature along roadsides and fences Where these conditions do not occur less and In some cases none of tho pests seems to develop there thus suggesting on practical preventive measures tho frcn oat notation of timothy meadows and pastur ing or mowing off Oho roadirtdetr so an not to allow tho grass to head Clearly if left until the stem 0111treached full growth the worms not bo killed by simply mowing off and allowing the stems to dry A KANSAS ROAD DRAG Claimed That It Is Superior to the Kings SplitLog DragZ To Missouri belongs tho credit tho popularity which has been lorIto tho splitlog or Klug road drag It has proved a wonderfully useful plement To Kansas belongs tho credit l of Improving this drag PO that Its usefulness and efficiency aro greatly in creased claim tho Kansas Farmer Herewith wo give nn Illustration showing tho construction of a form ol road drag that was devised by Prof J U 1olham of tho horticultural department of the Fort lays branch ex periment station at trays City Kan Prof Pollmm Is a graduate of the Kansas Agricultural college who hat since leaving the mother institution been employed largely In experimental The Drag Complete work In horticulture At tho Fort Hayi experiment station During his po riot of service there as well as during his service at the Agricultural college nt Manhattan where ho spent a per tlon of his time ho did a great deal of experimenting on the construction Jand maintenance of earth road Al Athe result of this work ho has orolvrd the tone of drag shown herewith- It will beacon that the new form ol drag differs from the old In no partic ular except that tho rear scraping board Is set at an angle of 49 degrees Cross Section of Drag Instead of 00 Ho found that the front board was sufficient to do all of the cutting necessary and that thotear board when set at an anglo served tc smooth and finish the road mach mars satisfactorily than did the oU form This new form of drag may have Hi standing board laced with Iron for i part of tho length to serve as a cut ting edge and also to facilitate the dropping of the accumulated eartl Into the rough places whore It would be smoothed over by the slanting boardThis new form of drag is found ti require very much loss of team wori to handle It and to give very mud hotter service In every way Bolt forms of drag are still in sac at the college and experiment station bu tho old or King drag IA la use only occasionally when It Is rfeekcd it coyer a largo surface Ina short tim and two drags are necessary Trees Increase Value A few dollars worth of +irabs and trees planted around your hondo ma make hundreds of dollars difference It Ute price later wkMyou want to ssIJ J l h 1 RICHMONDWANT Cut BERT1ulIml c The Porter Drug Co lNOOBfO lT3Dj PHONE 12 BEREA KY t l4Y + O + OMimi 4 moooeooeoaoooooooooeoOoeOoO 1 ierea and Vicinity ig 0o e 00 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES S 0 0e 0n oooeoooootyoaoDR Q DENTIST CITY IMIONK lea OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Friends hero of Mrs Salllo White Manning wifo ot Drl Isaac S Man ring of Manchester will bo distress ed at the news ot her death IInI May 3 The funeral took place three days later Sho was one of the leading women ot Kentucky In Intol luctual attain and had a host ot friends nil over the Unte as well as In IJerca Tho audience at the Union Church last Sunday heard a moat interesting address from tho Rev William Dager t I about Presbyterian rnlwipna and In particular the mission at Botanga West Afrlocx whoro ho has labored and to which he will return In a short time After the address the annual collection for tho benefit of 1itMuyterlan missions wui taken antI by vote of the oJiurch It Is to be applied especially to the work Mr lJaI ger U connected with The total amount new nearly UOO McMre Hugeno Kairohlld and Darwin R James wero in town over night last week returning from the commencement at Cumberland Gop Mlsa Ethel Putnam who has been doing three years work In two In Do mestic Science at Bloomington Ills and at the same time has been carry- Ing on regular college studies has broken down from overwork and ox pects to Como home tho latter part of this week The doctors expect i that she will be able to recuperate In time to return and graduate at the Commencement late In Juno Mrs Laura Jones the milliner an nounce that she has received a flue new lot of flowers and hats from theI city and Is ready as always to tho very bOil work for the most particular ladles Huttlou Green made a short tripI down In Virginia last week U M Durgoss and wife of Paint Lick were In town last Tuesday Miss Daisy Spence was QuIto mil the first of tho week r1 Walter Hyslngcr of Rockcastle t County was the guest ot Jack lien derson laM Tuesday Mr a E Welch was III Louisville last week on business Grover Fish ot Ludlow Ky visited hero with relatives and friends last week tire Bert azbltl who has been very HI for the past few days has been re moved to the homo of her parents Mr and Mrs M D Settle of Big 11111 for treatment Misses Raymond Ida Lucas Ruth Edwards and Grace Baker Messrs Ernest Bender and Lewis Baker spent a pleasant afternoon In Wallaceton SaturdayMr Parks and wife who have been visiting with Mr and Mrs LevI Parka for the past two weeks return ed to their home in Cincinnati Mon day Mr and Mrs Thoa F Gulnn were visiting with relatives In RockcasJtlo County Sunday Mr Will Climax of Corbin Ky was In town last week on business Tho members ot tho Union Liter ary Society cave a reception last Saturday evening to about two hun dred ot their sympathizers and friends Music light retrhm ntaIand witty toasts all went to make a plealiantecBlng r t 4 Y k ooooeoooooooo Buy Fertilizer FKOM C C RHODUS MKUKA KY HKSKLLSTJHK inwr Mlsa Bertha Robinson was In Rich mond Monday Henry Lcngfeller was out in the limo Grass country last week and tool measurements for about six tons of gavanled roofing and cave troughs and this week he Is on the road to Pint Lick Laurel Kirksvillo and Ruund lUll to measure some more Ho expects a big season this year on the galvanized steel rooting bufinoss Kd Anderson has been appointed Pound Matter fur the town of Bereft to put up all stray stock running at large In the town ot Berea Phone 21 Dr K A Cook has rtrtvtd word of the wife arrival In Gnrnxiny of Mra Cook who left here about the middle of April She reaehd Cuxhavtn the port of Hamburg on Saturday May 2 and was met Oust by bit wetter rroiilolh Gertrude Urodo who vlll be remembered as a visitor here two years ago One of tho meanest and most con temptible thefts that has taken place In a lung time here was committed last Saturday when the dapper of the bol In tho Uaptlst Church was stolen Thort Is no good clue to the thieves tho they are supposed to be some of a gang ot boys Uiat are try Ing to be tough Members of the church took prompt steps to trace the criminals who committed penitentiary offense but have not been able fO- Und them tho they were scared Into returning the clapper It Is to be hoped that tho guilty persona win be caught and properly punished Tho Clllrcn has been asked by Mrs Annie Lloyd to help find her missing son Henry lie was at Logmont three months ago and she has not heard from him since She does not know whether ho Is alive or dead and her mothers heart is breaking for news of him Any one who knows of the boy and whore he Is or when he died will render a great service to n suffering woman After a girl wins a prize for speak ing In school she continues to talk forever after It dots not follow that because a man Is smart enough to make money he has brains enough to keep It When a mans wife goes away for a months Vlalt the chances are that ho enjoys it us imirh as she does Chicago Dally News NOTICE Every one who has time to do so should read a dally paper and es pecially any one that wants to keep up with the times will do so during a hot presidential campaign like the one just starting Tho Louisville Herald has by years ot flue work and fearless printing ot all news won the reputation of tho best paper in the state and Its news thru the coming campaign will be tho best available It has a large staff of correspondents scattered all over the country and will be ablo to keep Us readers posted on developmentsThe made special ar rangements with the Herald and till Juno 12 will bo able to give special rate for subscriptions to It The usual price or The Herald for one year lf J3 and till the date named we will sell you both The Herald and The CIt Izen for that price Remember that this Is for a short time only and that you mus send to us and not to The Herald to get this unusual rate r= oeooeaeeeeaeal o o College Itemso 0 8 0 e- o HERE AND THERE o 0UoeooooSOSOOoeooooMrs baby Saturday morning for Lima Ohio After a months visit there cute will go to Akron and later to Chan tauiia N Y for tho summer J ij Suction who graduated from Bcrca In 1904 was graduated from tho Cleveland Homeopathic Medical College last Friday ThuMias A Houston winner ot limo Southern Interstate Oratorlal Asso ciation contest at Lexington last week at which Pres Frost was one of the juJgoH came to Berea Mon day and delivered before tho students hero his prize oratlonTho Rise ot tho Southern Commons Mrs Kate P Van DerVcer sup erintendent of the Cleveland Orphan Institution at Versailles Ky and Mlsa Drake of Chicago visited the college Tuesday and Wednesday Pros and Sirs Frost are expecting to go Friday to Robes Mt where Mr Frost can work without inter ruption on his baccalaureate sermon and his annual report Prof Rhotan of Georgetown was a visitor In town Monday Mwt Robinson entertained time members of her classes In Geometry Trigonometry and Surveying Tuesday evening on the lawn at Proto Dodges hojiir Mr L A Miner of Norwood Ohio Principal of Gullford School In Cln cinnati Is visiting hits daughter Mary and sisterinlaw Miss Orr PLANS FOR COMMENCEMENT Plaits for the Berea College Com mencement have now been practi cally completed and everything shows that the day will be one of the best over known hero and at the same time that the preliminary exercises will be better than ever The Commencement really begins tbo Friday night before Commencement Day with the celebration of the anniversary ot tho literary societies Saturday is not only Memor lat Day with patriotic memorial ex etches and tributes to the old sold- Iers but also the Academy Common cement On Sunday morning the baccalaureate sermon will bo preach ed by Prcs Frost In the Chapel and In tho evening an address to tho to- 1eonr societies of the college will be delivered by Dr Howe of Norwich Cora Monday night will be tho con cert which this year will consist of a rendition of the Oratorio of tho Messiah by the college chorus and soloists ot wide reputation from Cln cl mint I A dtscrlptlon ot this beau tiful work is found in another column and this will be one of tho fine est features ot the commencement On Tuesday night will come the address before tho Literary Societies by Dr J L Hoyt of Hudson O On Commencement Day itself will be all tho usual features tho exercises of the students and the Homespun Fair In the morning and the address la tho afternoon The College is happy I to announce that this year the address will be given by the lion W W Stetson ex State Superintend I ent of Schools of Maine one of the best speakers in the country and the highest living authority on country schools All will want to hear him The Model Schools will give their spring term entertainment In the Col lege Chapel next Monday the program beginning at coven thirty oclock beFluwho are to be promoted to the Aca demy and Normal next year Program Grand March Tho Lords Prayer Chanted Song The Fireman Primary School An Exercise Seventh and Eighth Juniors Song I Live for Those Who Love Mo Sixth Grade Sr Symposium Some advantages offer ed by tho Model Schools Drawing John Cornett Ilhcloricals Jennie Gooch Song Tho Flowers Scene 1 Voice of Nature Third and Fourth Grade Jr DO=ltory Life Ray Brady Public Occasions Frank McClary Songr Tho Birds Scene H Voices ot Nature Fifth Grade Jr Music Gertrude Pullins Our Library Lewis Rupard Song The Bees Sceno III Voices of Nature Seventh and Eighth Grades Jr Cooking and Sewing Girls of Sr Eighth Grades- Athiuce Evan Buchanan Exercise on Horlzontlal Sylvester Smithson Class Song words by Frank McClorj and John Cornett The Woodwork Department Tpwn sel Adams Agriculture Paul Plersall Song Happy Farmer Sr Seventh GradeStudent Labor Frank Keenon The Religious Work Whitley Mays Presentation of Certificates by Superintendent ot the Model Schools I Farewell Song Words and Music by Grover George- Denedlctlon There can be but one Leader Our Newest Styles Best Quality and Low Prices make us the one w f LADIES AND CH ILDRENS HATS S HOES DRt GOODS READYMADE GARMENTS Everthing for Ladies and Children wear MRS S R BAKER PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY New Bargain for You I EIGHT ROOM HOUSE House with eight rooms two hallways and porch Large lot extra large and good garden small barn with good stock lot good water small supply good fruit trees gravel side walk Located on one of the most public streets of Berea within five minutes Walk of College A very desirable location A business op portunity Price if taken at once 1050 Sale good Title perfect 1 REPRESENT THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO of Newark N Jwhich has paid policy holders 25000000000 Policies absolutely nonforfeitable after first year The best is none too good for you and I have the best Call on or address G D HOLLIDAY THE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE HAN Bank Trust Building Berea Kentucky 1 Co SIDEWALK ORDINANCE fThe Board of Trustees ot the town ot Borea Madison County Kentucky do ordain as follows 1 That there shall be a concrete walk built on both sides of Chestnut street beginning at the corner ot Main and Chestnut streets extending west to the corner of Chestnut and Railroad streets or Welchs corner Except across tho fill to be made at tho foot of the bridge which shall be done Inside ot specified time with cinder path across fill sufficient for the approval of the Street Committee said till must have ample time to set tle before concrete Is applied 2 Also on both sides of PrOspect street beginning at Main street and extending eastward to Include S C Masons property on south side on brow of hill and Dr Cowleys pro perty on north side of said street 3 Beginning at Golden place on southeast side ot Richmond street extending northward including Baptist church property I euia wains snail bu built accord mug 10 tuo loauwlug specifications I Walk must be built to grado Tins which shall ba eatabllshtd by the Board ot Trusteea ot toe town of Berea There shall bo a space cf eighteen 18 inches between the pro perty line and the Inner edge of saul walk Walk to bo five G feet in width except in the event that the walk is In front of any business house then the owner of said property has the privilege ofl building tho walk binding on the property line and ten 10 feet in width The ground shall be prepared so that It shall be seven 7 Inches below the grade line and then a bed shall be made by filling with two 2 inches of cinders coarse gravel crushed stone or brick bats ntfno of which shall be too largo to pass thru a two 2 inch ring The foundation shall be made as follows One 1 part cement two 2 parts good sharp sand and threo 3 parts good clean gravel or lime stone ccreenlngs all to be well mixed beforo wetting and same shall be placed on tho bed to a depth of four 4 inches after being well tamped The top coat shall be one 1 Inch deep and shall be paced on foundation before same shall be come dry The top coat shall consist of one 1 part cement and two cn parts good sharp sand and shall be well mixed before wetting and when placed on foundation shall be well trowlod until smooth Before the top coat is dry it shall he cut Into squares five 5 by five 5 feet always being cut thru the foundation and all Joints dry and sanded and all edges shall be roundel Some shall be well watered two days after Its completion- All the cements used In the cons truction ot these walks shall be Portland of the Atlas brand or some equally good brand This walk shall be completed by time fist day of November 1Q08 After the time specified for the completion of the saldwalks the town Trustees will immediately proceed to construct all walks named herein not completed According to Sec B7 of town otilnances BUSINESS FOR SALEI As my poor health has made it qctIv of the best businesses in Derea with a flue lice of gooda and in a most desirable location I have re cently Increased tho stock thinking I would be able to continue work but my health is still bad and the business la a bargain for somebody I wish to sell it 03 a whole and will give good terms to the right mnnFor any good enterprising business man who wants to get started In Berea this ISB fine open ing and you should apply at once as I am feeling like making a quick dealAlso I have for sate a storehouse and lot in good business location in Panola Madison County The store house Is 20 by EO feet Also for sale or rent a small farm with dwelling house good barn and outbuildings water and orchard at Brassfield Madison County Possess ion at once Very truly yours W D Logsdon Bargain in Real Estate- A five room cottage two porches large well shaped lot with good Im provements located on Chestnut St Quarters for cow horse lOOchlckens Must be seen to bo appreciated A bargain if taken at once For par ticulars see M L Spink Berea Ky i Y 3F 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Liberal terms given to any who obtain new mbacriptlona for ui Any one eodlnaua foul yearly aubscrlplloaa ran tecleve fret t fr for one year Adretllilng rate on application MKURBK or KKNTCCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION f Tney have found a pleslosaurus in Chill This is in pleasing contrast with ft great many other things which are being found just now in divers places Ir Nowadays when a prominent man gets Into the papers it is an even chance whether it is because he is honored by his country or indicted by a grand jury t A Mexican judge is reported to have sentenced a woman to six months al i fence The assertion that Mexicans are cruel by nature seems to have tome foundation A Kansas City centenarian says that r ho did not tako up smoking until he f was 96 He wisely avoided the chances j of acquiring a bad habit until he had reached tho ago of discretion A Duluth man has jumped 116 feet on skis Tho time may come when It will bo necessary to depict Mercury y with skis Instead of wings on his feet In order to make him impressive A Chicago physician argues that we should all take at least 20 minutes to wake up In the morning Fathers and mothers can furnish the names of 4children who take longer than that King Menellk of Abyssinia wants 600000 to relinquish a strip of terri tory he has seized upon Contact with civilization is teaching the untutored child of nature the most profit r able ways of doing things A Massachusetts hen recently laid an egg containing a quarter Evidently the recent financial stringency has In i duced the hens of the country to turn their attention from the political prophecy line to the money market Non secret clubs to which all the jstudents are eligible have been pro Chicago as a substitute for the secret fraternities in the high schools If the pupils have time for the open club Is 5immeasurably superior to tho secret organization How many young laths who r v celved valentines this year regarded them seriously Lovers have out grown the bashfulness of those of a few generations ago and now express their sentiments more directly even If in a less poetic manner end the sending Of valentines is chiefly an amusement for children today IAbachelor aged 93 years has just I In Indiana leaving the parting advice to his sex that they dont llvo a batch as I did live However the bachelor who Is determined upon a course of single blessedness will use the longevity as an argument that the aforesaid blessedness is rather con ducive to good health and strength Count Boat de Castellane is said to have no much respect for his former wife that he does pot want any other man to marry her It would seem more natural lf he claimed to have so much revs for hls former wifes Amer Icarfdpllara that It makes him indig Bant whenever he thinks of her sea and marriage which would effectually I cut him off from a chance of ever regaining control of them ti How general has become the Im + pulse to alleviate the sufferings of l I animals is shown by two recent oc f currences in Boston In one case a crowd of several hundred persona watched for two hours the struggles of a pigeon to free Itself from a string which had become wound round Its leg and held It suspended from a cornice Many of the watchers tried to help t tad all of them cheered heartily when iftile bird succeeded IB freeing itself la other caie a sergeant of police and a patrolman worked hard for 15 mla Utevto rescue a cat from a sewer + A California court bas decided in a rssuitfor damages that the rights of tt on public highways are par I amount and that a man run down by an automobile cannot be accused of contributory negligence In not keeping a sharp lookout as it is the duty of 6theautolst to keep that lookout This I la verydifferent from the verdict of a p coroners jury here says the Baltimore American that the victim of a similar accident was guilty cf criminal negligence in not leaving the street clear tOt a speeding autooa rile rt 1 Making Law of Is t I I By liON JAMES BRYCE British toUDited Slats ITl ing Ambassador III3 difficulty of framing good laws is enormous because the work is in most countries no longer the easy task of repealing old laws which hampered and constrained the citizens destruction is simple work but the far harder task of creating a new set of laws which shall guide and help men to attaining tie ends they are bent on Seventy years ago people thought that the great thing was freedom When they had got it they wore dissatisfied and instead of simply letting everything and everybody alone to work their own weal or woe on individualist principle they forthwith set to work to forbid some things which had been tolerated before and to throw upon government all sorts of new functions more diiliculf and delicate than those of which they had stripped it The demand for a profusion of legislation is inevitable and the diffi culty of having it good undeniable In what does the difficulty consist In three things First of those who demand legislation ninny do not understand exactly what is the evil they desire to cure the good they reek to attain Secondly when they do understand the evil they seldom know what is the proper remedy when they seek the laudable end they seldom perceive the best means to it Thirdly the number of measures remedial and constructive called for is BO large that it is very hard to select out of them those most urgently needed Xo legislation can deal with all at once Where many are being pressed at once by different persons they jostle one another and like people crushing one another in the narrow exits of a theater they move more slowly than if they were made to pass along in some regular order The task of legislation becomes more and more difficult owing to the of modern civilization the vast scale of modern industry and commerce the growth of new modes of and distribution that need to be regulated yet so regulated as not to interfere with the free play of Many of the problems which legislation now presents ore too hard for the ordinary members and even for the abler members of legislative bodies because they cannot be mastered without special It may be adders that in the United States a further difficulty arises from the fact that legal skill is often required to avoid some provision of the federal or a state constitution The above conditions make it desirable to have some organized system for the gathering and examination of materials for legislation and espe cially for collecting the laws passed in other countries on subjects ofcur rent To secure the pushing forward of measures needed in tile public I interest there should be in every by which some definite person or body of persons become for tho conduct of of a local or personal nature ought to be separated from bills of general and dealt with in u different and way ought to be made as for instance by the creation of a drafting connected with a legislature or its chief committees for the putting into proper legal form of all bills introduced Similarly a method should be provided for rectifying in bills before they become law such errors in drafting as may have crept into them dur ing their passage When any bill of an kind has been passed its workings should be carefully watched and reported on as respects both the extent to which it is actually enforced or found enforceable and the practical results of the order to enable both the and the people to learn what the statute law in force actually is and thereby to facilitate good legisla tion the statute law ought to be revised and as far as pos sible o consolidated as to be brought into a compact consistent and shape Is a Builder BylEVTBOXAS EOWAU JAil Iarastrs Difficulty Fram Good Laws Enormous comparatively complexity production individualenterprise knowledge transgressing importance legislature arrangements responsible legislationBills applicability quasijudicial Arrangements department experimental periodically enforcemen- tIn legislature periodically intelligible Man Involuntary architects we shape and rear four houses for ourselves establishing and beautifying them or making them unsafu and unsightly by all wo are and do What are you making your family house your home out of Loyalty honor truth unselfishness are the four corners of loves inclosure the safeguards of its teaching and inspiring ministry the anchorage of the hearts it sends forth for struggle with the worldYou build a house for yourself in sow ciety Business and social intercourse are its life Integrity industry justice and goodwill arc its cornerstones Do you square to these With what are we building our national house Liberty and justice equality and brotherhood bound the circuit of our national hope What kind of a house does your religion make for you A chamber of horrors where njfcrbid conscience and unjust authority hold you in terror An unfenced plain with the uncharted heavens to guide you over an unknown earth What are the landmarks of tins great estate Ifeverence for God and for all that is because God made it faith in tho good in men and for men hope for the ultimate triumph of right in our selves and in the world love for all Gods world hero and beyond time wail of death specially to help those who need Does your religion make it easier for you to resist temptation Does it help you to be brave wor thily ambitious untiring Does it make you patient sympathetic help fill Does it bring the unseen and spiritual closer to your consciousness with the appeal of its supreme controlling lasting worth This is the tabernacle of Goo let down out of heaven forxch man and which each may make tangible for himself In this is thl peace that passeth understanding und joys forevcrmore Four Louses There is a filththe house of character Thought and desire pulpose and experience weave a tout the expression of ourselves which we can never quit and through which we look and work upon the world What if it be the poisoned shirt of Xcssus tormenting Hercules to his death What if Jl be tI creative foreglcnm of the building of Cods the bonito not made with hands eternal in the heavens To attain that revelatliJii toil and pain are well worthwhile l Cbv Jasist st POWERS SUPREME JN POliTICS MAY INTERVENE TO SAVE MONT GOMERY FROM PRISON GATES CASHIERS DEFALCATIONSARE Partner of the Silent Quay He Made a Fortune for Both Betting on Nan rlsons ElectionBank Officials To Demand Rigid Investigation Plttsburg Pa May l1Thnt tho lfalcatlons of Cashier Wlljlnm Moot Komery of tho Allehcny National bank of Pittsburp will reach 750000 Is now believed here and that lowers high Instate and national politics will intervene and keep from prison tilt sriilltni banker whoso counsel in yearn KOnG by helped Quay tnnko ono president of the United States nnd whose advice financial and otherwise mado several governors of Pennsylvania Within n trifle over three years time there has been stolen by em ployes of banks in the Plttaburg dU trlct Almost 15000000 at least this much has been made public Rumor Is rife in Pltt burg that some one connected with the Allegheny Nn tlonal bank will demand an Invt sllRx tlon of the source of fortune which In the post few years has come to certain women In PHtsburu It was In tho little back room of Montgomerys bank tho room known as the Quay room that It was first fig ured out that Benjamin Harrison of Indiana should be nm for president of the United States Montgomery was present nt this meeting called by Quay for his hcnchuicu and It Is said that Monty gave the advice at this meeting which decided Quay to look toward Indiana at this time for the next president In any event both Quay end Montgomery mado a fearful killing on the election of Harrison It was to Mont pomery that Quay sent tho message rome nights before election to put up every cent he could get nt any odds obtainable on tho election of Harrl eon and it was Montgomery who at this time arranged for tho hasty mort gage on tho homo of Senator Quay nl Beaver BO that Quay might bet oven more cash on tho chances of Harrison Quay Is said to have taken down 250 000 as his share of tho wagers when all was over Montgomery taking an equal amount It was the same Montgomery sow under arrest who was sent hurriedly by Quay to some conference In Phlln delphia about which some ono had wired the silent senator at length Quay had been asked to reply by wlro but Instead bo sent Monty his next friend who delivered this expression since grown famous in politics Dont write send Which meant that nothing if Importance In politics should be entrusted to the malls or time telegraph wires but should be sent by trusted meseangcr to deliver by word of mouth STANDING IN A COFFIN Salvation Army Captain Preached to an Audience In the Slums Plttsburg Pa May 11 Draped In mourning standing in his collin and clad In robes of tho dead Staff Cup Trcvet of tho Salvation Army preached on After Death What Sunday evening to a room crowded with pee plo from tho slums at tho Pennsylva ala Avenuo barracks Of all tho spectacular performances to attract the tlnful Sunday evenings gathering out classed all previous efforts as Treve Intended It should Prior to the gathering at the bar racks the Salvation Army band fol lowed lassies with tambourines held on opWaIr meeting on Diamond street l apt Trevet was tlrtWe I ii the garb of a corpse Ho led u procession whllo tho band played a funeral dirge Behind tho captain fol lowed plx men carrying a collln on which was a largo silver plate and tIe whole scene carried one back to the funeral processions of medieval days A vast crowd of people followed the line of march to tho barracks The Salvation Army members wore emblems of irournlng and instead of tho usual shouts of joy they grouted as if they had lout their dearest friend by deathWill Confer In France Washington May 11n a low week a commission appointed by Secretar goIrelations between that country antI America It Is expected that the see aions of the joint commission will beheld In Paris Burned Five of Hlo Children Montgomery Ala May l1Jlni Kennedy a wellknown negro mau at Montgomery locked up his seven chll dren iu his house Sunday night and set tho house on flro Five were burned to death Store Badly Damaged By Fire Bunsday gutted upper floors at the sixstory department store of Goldberg JJros on Woodward annUti causing a loss of 1CO600 on which there was f100000 In Hurauce 1 0LADY BELINDAS GARDEN The Puzzling Problem It Pretenttd Can You Help Her Lady Belinda Is an enthusiastic gardener In the Illustration she Is do pitted In tho act of worrying out a pleasant little problem which 1 will re Lady Belindas Garden late Ono of her gardens is oblong in shnpv inclosed by a high holly hedge and she Is turning It into a ros ary for tho cultivation of somo of her choicest roses She wants to devote exactly half of tho area of the garden to tho flowers In ono largo bed and tho other halt to be a path going all round It of equal brrndlh through out Such a garden Is shown In the diagram at the foot of the picture How Is she to mark out tho garden under these itlmplo conditions She has only a tape time length of tho garden to do It with and as tho holly hedge Is so thick and dome she inuat make all her measurement Inside Lady Belinda did not know tho exact dimensions of tho garden and as It was not necessary for her to know I also give no dimensions It Is quite a simple task no matter what the size or proportions of tho garden may be Yet how many lady gardeners would know Just how to proceed The tapo may he quite plain that Is It need not bo a tape measure The Solution All that Lady Be llnda need to do was this She should measure from A to B fold her tape in four and mark off tho point E which Is thus une quarter of tho side Then In the same way mark off the point F onefourth of the aide A D Now If she makes K O equal to A F and G II equal to E F then A H li the D c The Solution required width for the path in order that the bed shall be exactly halt tho area of the garden An exact numer deal measurement can only be obtained when tho sum of tho squares of the two sides la a square number Thus If the garden measured 12 poles by S poles wher tho squares of 12 and C 144 and 36 sum to 169 the square of 13 then 12 added to C less 13 would equal U of this 1 pole would bo the width of tho patli A TOY WINDMILL It Can Be Made with a Boye Jack knife Every boy who Is the least Ht handy with his knife can make this windmill but follow these directions To mako tho mill whittle tram soft plno two pieces an Inch thick nn Inch and a half wide and IS inches long First halvo these pieces together on their flat sides so as to form a Greek cross Each arm will bo five and a quarter Inches long and an Inch nail n half wide Fig 1 Next to make the sails take one of tho pieces and cut down one edge of the arm until you Diagrams have a nmooth flat surface slanting from the upper edge on tho lefthand aide to tie lower edge on the right handside Turn the arm over and cut off the opposite edge In the main way until you have a flat thin blade not over an eighth of an Inch thick Trea tho other three arms In tho same manner and be careful to have them all slant In the same direction eo that when the wind strikes against them they will all tend to turn tho wheel tho samo way The finished parts are shown In the picture so that you will have no trouble in making them correctly Then put the cross together and bore a imal1 hole exactly In the center Take a piece of half Inch board six inches wide 12 inches long for the platform to hold the mill See Fig 2 At each end screw a iinoll block firmly la position to sup port the ahatfo EATING BETWEEN MEALS Twist tiwikfimt and dinner tnd dinner und lea A icy may set hungry ta hungry ae can be Hut If 1a Impntlont- An l eats right away 111 appvtllen Bona l or the rout of the dan Wlirrcni by lust wixlllnit m Thl fact I nwrrt Ilia timid and potatoes ay Wilt mate like desert Aldcn Arthur ICnlpo In Ht NloioUt GROW ON TREES The Lazy Savages of Uganda Do Not Have to Work for Food or Raiment People In civilized lands who read of tho dintcultles experienced by traders and explores In Africa In the mutter of getting idcquato labor for hou o building nnft transport says tho Tech nleal World ire apt to marvel why these savaged will not work Th + truth In nature U too kind to them Their houses grow In the shape of reeds and rushes the ants provhlo mortar out of the earth from their giant hills a trap set In a moment for an antelope will provide meat for n week while such fruits and Trge tables as may be needed grow wild In rockleiw profusion foremost among them being the plantain As to their clothing in Uganda at any rate this grows upon trees Th Plucking a Dress bark cloth tree of East Central Afrlea has front time Immemorial provided those ixxiple with garments of soft flexible natural cloth sown together by tho women It Is extremely light poroiii and durable nearly white In color and readily stripped trout the trro like cork- Unfortunately since the cocstrne tlon of tho Uganda railway one of the chain of lines that penetrate Ike African continent from Caw Town al most to Urn pyramids tho women und girls of Uganda are beginning to oak fur white and colored cottons of civ lilted mate For the people are fast amassing wealth through tbo opening up of the country Tho child king of Uganda Daudl Chwa however still keep the bark cloth for hit regal robes though It Is hard for tho youngster to be dlgnl fled ns he tits at his ICI OUH In u mis sionary school In Mango the Ugandu capitol Keen Note iA fox can scent a man half a mile away If the wind Is right A mouse can smell cheese 60 feet away A man may put on a pair of rubber gloves to set a steel trap for a wolf and yet tho wolf will scent the trap from a distance of ten feet A deft may bo sound asleep and yet he will catch tho scent of a per von passing 200 feet away Tho rabbit depends moro upon his ears titan his note The coyote con scent further than I any other wild animal In Aimrrlca and at the flit sniff away ho goes on the run Variety at Sea For variety at sea onco when wo had been practicing with tho aJxlncllI guns and were securing for dinner hour wo IIWIt monster spouting oft our starboard beam Wo boggivl to take a shot at It and tho officer of Urn dock recognizing an Impromptu tar get paVo us leave Wo need two shots und the expression s sea or blood which I had always looked upon as an extravagance of speech became a reality When we returned from mess tho ocean tara mile sur rounding the wlialo was redowell as red ai bloodSt Nicholas When Black Can you tell rue tho answer to this White When la aa appler plet WWte When Is an apple pie wftlK Black No not when IB un apples pia what when Is an apple plo White My dear chap aro you going off your head mack Not at all An ipplo Is pie when It Is covered la with crust and I sugar and things and put In n dish Whites eyes assume a glassy stare and he goes away waving his nrms In dumb agony x Potter Wasps at Work The family Rumcnldae or solitary wasps contains lortio curious workers Some aro miners and dig tiny tunneliv In the earth i some are carpenters untf cut channels In wood and then divide the space Into chambers by partitions of mud Some build oval or globellkn mud nests on branches or twiga This home may be partitioned into several tiny rooms Into which are put various small Insects captured by the mother wasp and upon which then young wasps feedSt Nicholas I aAl w- iii FROM CITY TO FARM 1h Ctn with cridulitr to Ifc wbbpri r of Nncyj wbo puna with prIml br 1LL oarwi Mlad la tb bUtory el KUMU rrlnc1 AbwloU tea By ERNEST McGAFFEY 1JrAufhae of PUJ of Gun ondltod Dufdeor Pnu of IA Torn Lfc rM 1 D Copyright by Joseph II Bowlei Working Out a Poll Tax Along In the fall tho rondo around us and on tho way to town began to show decided signs of dilapidation Uulllca bad been worn in the sides and center of the highway and long ruts formed where thu clay had dropped down had been carried away by tho rain leaving smooth spout like open Inll The dirt had been washed away also from rocks and boulders lit that protruded like fangs from the soil midges had lost some of their timber and planks on them had been looHViunl by thin heavy and constant trnnie of thraslnrs cloverhullcm i and teams hauling grain to market On aitWOIIIU hills It wax almost suicidal to 1M Jtry to drive down them It was bad ntWRh going up but to go down Will simply dry coasting over ruts and liouMrre with cither a runaway or an upicl long before you got to tho bot turn Tho road buss of our district begun to beitlr himself I reckon youd rather pay your toll tax than work her outT ho Inquired of mo one morning almost apoloKlc ItiR at the Idea of my deliberately going out on the road Instead of pay lag thn comparatively small amount Decennary Why no was my answer Ill work U out As I was neither blessed nor burdened with a torso this meant brat I would have to work twice as lung 115 I would had I been possessed of a team Well the boys will be ready at eight tomorrow morning said the brns and wo start In on Suicide lllll 1 reckon Itll take us two days to fix that and the bridge across the creek there and then we can take her easy on the bottom road Two days will pay your tax all right nnd youll lx tight In It up to your neck on the hilt hu added with a grin Better fetch an ax well hue everything c1se Now I was not entirely certain as to just what this poll tax meant nor that 1 was duo to either pay It or work It out but It was an opportunity for new experiences and a chance to Ret acquainted with the neighbors so 1 hung over the grindstone that day and gut my ax down to a fine edge for the next day Yclln put mo up a hearty lunch Mid at Hunt sharp I was at the hill ready to begin work for the day This particular lope was jugged with boulders teamed and scarred with deep cuts and gulllen and looked like n rrnt blasts of dynamite had been touched off under It A tougher patch of htUaldc never lay out of doors No one could go down It without gutting seasick on account of the constant slowing from side to side and as for ascending It the Incline was so steep that a squirrel would almost tall off backwards I was directed to clasp a pickax and start digging a ditch on the north side of tho hill and on down towards the bottom This required digging in a k rocky abate that lay on that side and it was hard work Progress was nee warily slow but tout br foot I wore Mown the shale and rock until I began to see the outlines of n serviceable ditch appearing along tho north lino of the highway Meanwhile some of the men clamped huge chains to tho largest boulders and haulwl them dawn and dumped them in the creek J Others plowed a deep ditch along the south larder of tho road where th- ereIwee a layer of gritty soil Still others L scrapers and dragged dirt F roadr4 lows Horses nnd mules were hitched to the scrupors which were merely iron scoops of largo site which had 4 woolen handles at each side These handles were held by tho driver of the Ie scraper and as he elevated the handles tho scraper slid Into tho soli and took up a load of dirt H looked easy and It was easy If you Punk how but when you or got Into heAvy clay or tough ground or rocks you were apt to find It pretty rough e sledding After I had worked a couple of bourn wllliihe pickax the boss came cand relieved me leaving In niy charge i t V IrHcam of salmoncolored mutes and a scraper with Instructions to go ovar the top of the hill and cut Into the hillside there and bring doyen a few screper loads on tb the top and shoulder of the hill and spread the- m4outthere I had brought along a pair morningkl I took the mulfs and drove over the till hawed my team around took I hold of the handles of the scraper t and set the edge Into a bank of pretty S stiff day just beyond which was a t ditch of shale and mud Giving the 4mules the signal we lunged forward a Now my buckskin glove on tho right hand had slipped over the handle of I the scraper without my noticing it f and the handle had gone into the I space where tglove buttoned As we went atead the scraper began to I turn on account ot the toughness of the bank aid when I started to let go so as DottoKouplntothe air the More hell me and I soared aloft with I tile soaring tcraper The jcraper I upended but I continued on my wild career literally shot out and over Into the ditch tho glove unloosing from the end of the scraper just enough to send TOO on in advance I como down on my nose and taco In the mud and gravel nomuwhat scratched and tolled but unhurt- Fortunately no one was there to tee my mishap If there had been I should never have heard tho last of ltI worked tho scrajior with bare hands after that and when It went over by reason of too heavy going I did not go with It I am happy to say I soon gut the knack of handling tho machine with ease and grace and It was nut nearly so hard nor so monot onous as swinging n pick It Is wonderful how much work a gang of men can do In a few hours by ticking closely to their task The hillside which had looked no drfngerous and stubborn that morning commenced to nusmiio the proportions and aspect of merely a steep Incline but perfectly sato for travel There was one spring hole In this hill and this wo had to dig deep Into tile and then rock over with heavy bitter Tho strength of a spring Is something enormous und a good spring In the middle of a highway Is something that will cause more trou blo than any one other thing In that country with sheer descent of hun dress of feet along the roads tho springs sometimes wore away sections of the road from year to year compelling a retrial further and further Into tht fields until great bays and Inlets would bo eaten Into the meadows towards tho sources of the gushing wa tots The bridges In the country are gen erally very good or very bud Some of them are neat Iron structures well I furnished with stuns abutments cal culated to stand for CO years or so Other the great majority aro make shift concerns of heavy enough tim hers but crudely put together and shored up with brush and dirt that tho spring freshets carries off leaving tho supports to sag and drop as the trams goes over them and the rains undermine thorn We took hold of this bridge at the foot of tho hill and pried out the Um hers to tho north and set In much deeper than tho original supports straight and massive oak timbers and braced them with bowlders so that they could not wear or shako loose Then wo filled in and back of them with more rock and nailed them with heavy planks so that the entire square of support made one framework solid ly sot In the earth Then we rein forced this framework to the top with additional timbers spiked to the square and then laid on the road planks spiked securely to tho joists or heavy upright Umbers laid lengthwise on the bridge frame Everything was liberally fastened with spikes of hugo size driven down with sledge hammers and every point where weight would possibly Vauao the struc ture to sag was shored up with rock so that the rains or high water could have no effect In causing the bridge to give In any direction Then wo nailed up stout side poles braced at each end to keep skittish horses from tumbling down 40 feet to the bottom of tho ravine and reckoned we had done a good clean job of bridge buildingAt we halted In our work fed tho teams and comforted ourselves with a substantial meal of victuals as tho toss put It The boss by tho way ate more than anyone else and did about a man and a halts work After dinner several more men drifted up to where wo wore working and some of the morning shift went homo those who had come with teams being replaced by others with store team In thU way the dove colored mules passed frtini my sight I got acquainted with a great many men by reason of the changing about of the workers and they were most of them curious to see a man from the city handle an ax or a Dick drive a team or carry and help set up timbers nut us my garb was about the same aa the scarecrows wore and entire ly guiltless of collar cuffs tie or any thing which might distinguish me from a tramp the novelty wore off very soon Indeed J was pot trend land looked flo mcuh like a section Cothounable tq detect any urban signifi canoe in my attire or looks Delt grstuckup In the city makes a man hated in the country laughed at and despised It you will work In the country you can dress as elegantly as you please on Sunday or on occa Ions of social Importance In fact the better you dress then the more you will bo appreciated nut dont dress when you go out to work just cover yourself and no more I had u set of hats that I wore which were uniQue In their tatters For coats I wore usually my hunting coats if It was cold For shirts except on state oc casions I word the old fasliloned hickory shirts preferably blue whllo as for overalls I had a collec tlon that would have caused the blush of shame to mount to the cheeks of x self respecUug sca vcrow During our noon wait several inv proraptu rasslln matches were pull ed otto but I did not feel frisky enonh to waste any energy in that direction Tho boss proved to be tho best rassler In our party tipping UR men much larger than lie was with apparent case Hy the time tho afternoon had waned a little Suicide hill was as fine u bit of work as you would care to see In a days journey all the ruts hammered down with broken rock shale sand and wellpacked dirt all tho bowlders burled under a cushion of top clresging that covered them deeply and effectually and a good ditch on each side of the highway The bridge at the bottom was as good or better than when It was new and from that time on bad lost for tho nonce Us suggestive cognomen When we turned our attention to the bottom roads It became a mat tor of faster work and more scrap fag filling and leveling of the high- Way Hero we camo across bridges where the huge bulk of the separa tuna had cracked or broken the planks and where we wero compelled to go into the woods and cut logs to replace tho spoiled timber The road boss had a general discretion to lip propriate timber for road purposes and sometimes neighborhood feuds grew out of tho fact that the boss has cut down some sturdy tree for a bridge timber which the owner has been saving for some particular pur pose Credit may be given to the party furnishing the tree or tho township may be charged for It and tho owner paid In cash Hut the boss can cut where and when ho pleases and the farmer must grin and bear It I found that several months of out door life and a constant round of dolly exercise had so hardened my muscles and Improved my breathing apparatus that I had no trouble In keeping up my end of tho log either actually or figuratively Work which would have tired mo mortally seven months before was only good healthy exercise 1 had to walk about three miles to tho work and the same distance back at night and Wield an ax a pick or drive team and scrape or help lift heavy timbers and yet 1 was not played out at the end of a day In fact the longer I was at the work the more accustomed I got to It and after all work in the open air Is lUuch less hard than when a man Is confined to four walls The necessity of good roads in tho country Is HO Immediately apparent that it seems strange that there has not been some attempt to make It compulsory on each farmer to keep the roads In front of his farm In shape opposite owners to join in at tending to tho highways between their property It Is also surprising that the good roads movement has so far been confined to comparatively a limited space A government turn pike built and maintained by tho government to act as a trunk line of roads In each state or two or three of them In the more important agri cultural states would be a good thing for an experiment Tho side roads would branch into these roads and while they would carry In some mud on them it would not make much difference on a thoroughly good turn pikeI qualified as not exactly an ex pert but a fair average hand at working out my poll tax and have the satisfaction of knowing that I have done something towards tho good roads movement besides talk- Ing about It U was currently reported after this experience that I was not too proud to work and that I must have been on a farm at some time during my life or I would never have been able to handle an ax or drive a scraper And as a means of break- Ing down the Impalpable barriers that seem to exist between the man from the city and the man on the farms working out your poll tax may be confidently recommended OR a pay Ing proposition I met a number of men while on the road that I would not have known otherwise and In niy trips to the county seat 1 could always of a Saturday afternoon find some one out my way who would be glad to give me a lift to the farm four miles away just because we had worked side by side together with the axes tho picks the scrapers and tho teams My work was eminently satisfactory to the road boss for I worked stead Hy and did not try to stand around and soldier on the job A man can easily look out for the soft snaps In work of that kind and he may be successful In getting them Hut he will be watched and his work In that lino Will be noted and commented on The only way to do M you are going Into a deal of that kind Is to do your share und not shirk the disagreeable features of the work Going Into three or four feet of mud and water to help hoist a heavy piece of tim ber IB not no very pleasant nor even safe but some one has gut to do it dnd U mht as well be you I got my receipt for my work from the toss duly signed and attested with his official authority nnd I still possess this piece of paper which attests that I have wen and legally paid my separate aifc several poll tax by manual labor honestly per formed although the document does not go Into any elaborate detail about It After that experience I began to have a critical eye for bad Tends and wimp I ue4lto ride down Sui clde lllll Towards the bottom coun try I viewed with an extremely complacent gaze the fnp work which I had put Into tho ditch which bordered the hill to the north anti took a sort of semltproprletary Interest In tune bridge at the foot where I hud put In such strenuous such herclucan licks In working out my poll tax ERNEST MOAFFEY u JESUS DEATH AND BURIALSu- nday School Lesson lot May 24 1908 Specially Prepared ter This riper IKH8ON TKXTJohrt 191742 Memory Vinus St 4- 0aolIFN TJXTChrIRt dl 11Ir our nine acornding to the Scripture 1 Cor 151BCruPTURE nEKKHENCKS The trial Matt M7 2714 stark HW 1SB Luke 2M 318 John 181238 The choice Matt 171531 Mark 15620 Luke 231725 John 1813 ItlG The sorrowful way Matt 2711 Mark 1121 Tuke 232032 John 19lfi 17 The crucifixion Matt 2- 7mu Mark 152223 Iuke 2333 John Ir1S54 The seven words Matt 274449 Marl 133334 Luke 233 4 39tt John 19 SJO The death Matt 27W56 Mark 15 3741i Luke 234649 John 193031 The burial Matt 27 67M Mark J4247 LUke 2350K John U3S4- 2TJIJlrfdaT April 7 A D 30 from 1 a m the orrext to 3 p m tho death and about 6 p m the burial JUACK The Garden of Gethscmane the house of Anna In Jerusalem the castle nf Antonia Herods palace on Mount Zion and the lull Calvary prob ably the knoll outride the Damarcui gate Comment and Suggestive Thought Tho trial of our Lord consisted of L The Informal trial before Anna about 130 a m 2 Tho Irregular trial before the sanhedrim under Calaphos before sun rise 3 The formal verdict of the san hedrlin after sunrise C a m 4 The trial before Pilate G30 a m H The trial before Herod about 730 a m C The final surrender by Pilate about 830 a m Illegalities of the Trlall The real trial was held before sunrise which was Illegal The trial after sunrise was only a hasty form for outward compliance with the law 2 Tho use of false witnesses whose conflicting testimony would have freed any prisoner In a fair trial 3 The attempt to force Jesus to In criminate himself 4 The repeated trials following repealed acquittals any one of which should have brought the proceedings against Jesus to an end 5 Tho arbitrary transfer of the trial from court to court G The change of charge against Jesus from that of blasphemy most effective In a Jewish court to that ol sedition most effective in a Roman tribunal 7 The use of popular clamor to af feet the verdict and compel the Judge to pronounce against the defendant Our Lord was crucified at tho place called Tho Skull Hebrew Oolgotha Latin Calvary This was without the gate Heb 1312 which dlscrcd Its the traditional site the Church of tho Holy Sepulcher far within the walls of the present city 11 was evidently near a rood thronged with tray olere Matt 2739 Modern scholars have fixed upon the skull shaped knoll above Jeremiahs grotto outside the present north wall near the Damascus gate It answers all the requirements of the Gospel narratives being outside the walls nigh to the city Our Lord voluntarily laid down his life an he had prophesied John 10 18 The loud voice In which he cried his last words Luke 2346 showing that his bodily energies were still unexhausted Crucifixion was a lingering doom Tho victims sometimes hung for days era they died of hunger exhaustion toss of blood and the fever of their wounds Hastlng8 Dictionary of Christ Some modern writers regard the cry as the utterance of ono dying with a ruptured heartExpos Greek Test In favor of tho latter view is the blood and WHter that burst from Christs sllo when it was pierced by the soldiers spear the blood exuding from the heart Into the pericardium hind sep arated Into red clots and a watery serum Jesus died literally of a broken heart Thus none tho less but even the more he voluntarily laid down his life for us The request of the Jews that tho legs of the crucified should be broken was for tho purpose of increasing tho agony and thus hastening death since It was against the law Pout 212223 for burial to take place after nightfall and the coming day was tho Sabbath which was doubly holy as being the first day of tho Passover The Scripture fulfilled in tho omission of breaking Christs bones in Ex 1240 Zech 1210 Joseph of Arlmathnea gave the body of Jesus burial Arlraatlmea was probably the modern hlllvll ago of HeltRlma 13 miles east northeast of Lydda Ho was a dis ciple of Jesus but secretly for fear of the Jews a rich man Matthew a good man and a righteous Luke who was looking for the kingdom ol God Luke which Jesus had preached and a councilor of honorable estate Mark that Is a member of the sanhedrim who had not con rented Luke to the VerjUct of tho sanhedrim condemning Jesus He Went boldly Mark to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus He Is 110 longer a secret disciple The cross transfigures cowar into heroes Cambridge Bible e Practical Points Let ua Ietirntodle in seeing Christ die SchleUnnacher 8 The true Christian will come to liU last moment oa earth with Christs love for all maBkiad Chtlsto glad sub I mission to theFatherswill Golgotha There Is a legend that It was the very center of the earths surface the middle point of the habitable globe Wo think nothing of the legend but very much of the truth It suggests For the cross of Christ Is the true center of the church where all believers meet of all tribes tad nation of all parties and sect 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 eats free 27 states Largest college library is Kestokv NO SALOONS h A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith other like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lecture Horary and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management otc Free teat booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions sad compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have larger finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course 0 that a young ma may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Eve a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra feet ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year course with Latin Gr man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and taring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for Stato certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution Alt the money re ceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made Up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who arc supporting Batoa in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character awl reputation of the young people Our students come from 0 the beat families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be nick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Derea live in College buildings and assist In work t1f boardIng hall farm and shops receiving valuable train log and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter 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 one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrapj and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniform umbrellas sad other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of beddlg and towels For table board without coffeo or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lag of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in winter tSCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This la paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school truMd Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or service of- teachersall our instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for moat E students Is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools 600 In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST 3E IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows SPRING10 weeks 2250In one payment 2200 AnInstallment plan first day 1670 including 100 deposit mlddlefor term MG- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work H40 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examinations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 2950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive bock formoney advanced as follows On board In hull except that no allowance is made for any fractlo of a week 1 On room or on any special expenses no allowance for aay sus pired fraction 61 a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cent Ori Incidental fee a certificate owlag the student to apply the I amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It Is wlthla four terms butmakins no allowance for any fraction ox a aoatfe- IT PAYS TO 8TAY When you have made your journey sad are wetfe started In school it pays to stay as long as possible The first day ot Spring term is March 21 7903 The first day of Fall term Is September 1C 19M For information or friendly advice write to tie Secretary WILL c GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife c takes the eyes of tlicincn and boys who see it 4he mountain people Ub a good tiling when they see itantl to get a 75 cent knife pith twe blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to thentoulr I tain people than any other dollar paper in the world nKMaH Tbie Citizen for On D4Jlar That brings is ubscrfptioni all the time It you hue not got it yos ought to biYCtlb W W w r u ITHE SCHOOL I o Problems of the District School Chapter IX School Government fly Irof hlnsmer TRAINING Pupils not only admire a well trained teacher ono who knows his business and attends to If who Is not flustered at little things nor taken by surprise at larger ones who Is self possessed under all cir d cumstances but they are also anxious for such a training themselves and i moreover have a right to It Self dis cipline is the principal part of an edu cation Knowledge without It Is well 11 nigh useless If a pupil is trained to think to plan to work steadily lu I spite of difficulties and obstacles there U little lie may not achieve This together with right convictions abid tag principles and firmness of char 1astermakes the desirable citizen Renee It Is plain that the teachers M Bain duty is to thus train his pii jtlU Into the right habits ot thought Land action All the books recitat ions nnd regulations are but means to this end Each lesson Is thoroly muchifor own habit of doing well whatever Is to be done If by means of the lessons of the school room the habit of thoro ness Is established for lIfo the value ot those lessons cannot be overestim ated Promptness regularity of at tendance and attention to duty are all of great advantage In carrying on the work of the school but If they become a fixed habit that will remain thru life they are vastly more valuable still If a teacher will stop to consider what his pupils will think of him and his teaching In after years ho will not permit any laxity In his own life Al most without exception young people who have helped are grateful to those theca overcome bad or careless habits and have set them on the road to usefulness and to receive their love and appreciation la one of the chief delights of teaching On the hand they look back with re gret as well they may upon years spent under some poor Instructor who either from Ignorance or Indolence failed to give them the training they needed In after years when It was too late to get it They v rr Justly hold such a one responsible for their failures and heap blame nn 4 i me a stronger term upon his head Let It be engraven unnn tltp heart that the test of a teacher is his pupils They will exemplify his teachings The Savior of the world Is the Ideal teacher He had no school house no text books no board ot education and received no salary His pupils were picked up from the common walks of life and were ap e 9 Eggs are very rich In body building material and should be used freely especially by children and young peo pla The farmers family Is very ortunnte In that tho best food is also for him the cheapest I The egg Is more often spoiled In cooking than any other article of food perhaps unless it Is the potato The white of an egg becomes hard and l leathery when subjected to n high degree of heat and this makes It hard 1 to digest When properly cooked the u white should be soft and Jellylike and lu then easily acted upon by the juices of the stomach New laid eggs properly cooked In the shell Is one of the best of foods for all- SOFTI BOILED EGGS I eggs In a rauce pan and pour boiling water until It stands well e the eggs Cover the dish and whew the water will kepi hot not boll Leave five minutes for soft eggs ten for medium boll- r ed For bard eggs cook at least a halt hour In water just beloW the boil point Hard eggs should be cooked until the yolks are dry and mealy 1 POACHED EGGS 9 Have the water in a skillet bolting hot and salted Break each egg separately c Into a saucer and slip from this Into the boiling water Set on the back of the stove where the j water will remain hot but will not boll cover and let stand three or four minutes or until eggs are cook ed as desired Edos POACHED IN MILK Butter the dish In which the eggs are to cooked Put into It the milk and let heat slowly until almost parently no better than the thousands of others around them But after a feW short years under his In struction and manifestly because of It they became men of unusual cour ago and power and left an impress upon the world that will never bo forgotten Critics may find fault will his methods but tho lives of his dis ciples and of all who have taken his teaching as their rule of conduct ore unswervable They are bls epistles teaching or textbooks known nnd read of all men Socrates and Plato were the great teachers of ancient Greece The names of ninny of their pupils are as house hold words to every student of history Thru association with theIr teachers the pupils themselves be came great will always So It has ever been nnd be The teacher Is more Import ant than the school house the desk or the text books It he Is great souled the pupils will catch his spirit and become like him If he is little and despicable we may oxpict to find tho same traits In those whom he teaches The only person who Is to stand before the school Is tlw one whose instruction is right and whose life measures up to his teach ingsThe teachers ute being correct lie may freely lay down rules of conduct His example is their for his pupils rule lie is not addicted to tobacco does not dU uses no bad language play rudeness ho may therefore re quire the same standard for his pu pils making allowance to be sure for their youthfulness and Inexperience but being satisfied with nothing less than earnest and honest efforts They we not to net BECAUSE he dos but AS he does striving to reach his attainments and even to go beyond them because they are right and des trable to copy Wa The young artist tries masters work Ho makes many bun ders and has to erase and begin over again and with his best efforts falls model The master 13 far short ot the patient points out the causes of failure and offers suggestions for Im provement lie never chides for Im perfections unless they are the result of carelessness of lack of effort The pupil gradually gains In skill and as surance and after years of patient practice equals or perhaps excels his raster Every true teacher rejoices to see his pupils gain higher ground than ho has reacted while they In turn aw ever ready to share their honors vUh him JTHE HOME I EGGS JloniIvery isng be fit boiling Break eggs separately into the milk When done place carefully on slice of toast previously prepared or lab biscuit hollowed out on top buttered and toasted Sprlpklo the eggs with salt and a little pepper and pour milk over all SCRAMBLED EGGS Break into a dish the desired num ber of eggs usually one for rn h per son Add 1 tablespoonful of milk or thin cream for each egg season with salt and slightly beat all together melt 1 tablespoonful of butter or meat frylngs In a sauce pan but do not brown Turn In the egg mixture and cook slowly scraping up from the bottom Into flakes as fast as cooked Turn into a hot dish while still soft and creamy or heap on slices of hot buttered toast EGGS SCRAMBLED WITH ONION Melt two tablespoonfuls of butter In thu taucepan and cook In it one tablespoonful of finely chopped on ion till yellow Turn the egg mix ture preparadasfor plain scrambled eggs Into this and cook stlrrlpg con stantly BAKED EGGS NO L Split cold biscuit and hollow out a little of the center of each piece putter slightly and toast Butter a large shallow plats or enamled paUl and put In the rounds of toasted bis cult break an egg Into each hollow very carefully so as to keep the yolk whole Sprinkle each egg with salt and popper put on small piece of buttter and pour a little cream or milk around the bread Bake In a moderate oven until the egg Is cooked The eggs may be broken Into the buttered pan and baked without put ting on tho toast BAKED EGGS NO2 Cut hard boiled eggs in halve lengthwise and arrange In buttered baking dish Over these pour one cup of seasoned white sauce to each six eggs Sprinkle with salt and pepper cover with bread crumbs and dot with bits of butter Put la oven and bake ten minutes FRIED EGGS Use u quantity of bacon or ham fnt Break the eggs Into a saucer thei slip them Into the hot fat carefully so as not to break the yolks Dip the fat over thorn until tho top is cooked Serve with ham or bacon Berea College Fai FOR Fireside Industries Will bo hold Wednesday Juno a 1003 tho College Commeticotnen Day in Room 4 Lincoln hail Read the list of premiums lIud prepare to innko nu exhibit If yoi should not take n premium you cnll show your skill nud may havo n chance to sell something v TAKE NOTICE Entries mtiy be mule al any tillie rom noon 1011 M on Tuesilai June Z 1908 or from 7 A M fo 10 Il 31 Wednesday June S Wfo All jioodx cetera for premium JIlllit have been made since lnst Commencement Day June 5 1907 Homo products not included ilt our list of premiums may be exhibit ed and offered for sale Wo offer fine premiums for Lick Iryor oak split baskets melon shaped There is quite n domnnt for such baskets if w eli mnde The size of such should not bo over the half bushel basket and smaller ones will find a readier sale PREMIUMS OFFERED isT en taaepeueed UOftleoSlaoJI4PtI Tebtepreda- Cemlld plten Is UNIA1Cotton rm Ha M4pu Hltow Coven t CovttMd VnlUflM rw Uwn I uoIe1JaH1 s IAe Allwool thew Ptowwl a yds rile lowospwI kiuaet sy4ydtic ttsdf tm Neural llnmIMin Until Sp- Ka e m KBg ftgutcrt vocricr 430 n Rug kugctpdtteeve lAD Hickory or tale iipta HiKon caketsar t Axbamllca honwuHHlc O Handmade splitbottom dwlr iJ 75 Handmade Rustic eh lr 175Knit Sock homespun yeti Knit Mitten home spnn yens 15 No premiums will be given Cor Linstsy Dress Flannels or Linen which do not contain eight yards Only second class premiums will be given for eecoud class when no firstclass ones have beet eutered Committee on Homespun lair NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pint Vst gone ashore near New York harbor and several boats had been sent to pull her off when a storm came up and all the boats were wrecked to gether leaving about a hundred men on the pieces of the vessel In danger ot death Several attempts to save them failed and finally the Sandy Hook Life Saving Crew of seven men were taken to the scene and after hours of dangerous work during every minute of which they risked their lives they got all the men ashore UKfcJAT CON EuENCiS Ceglnn lug yesterday there u to be held In Washington a conference called by ttooseveit which may do untold good lor thu whole country lIe has called ill the governors of states anti experts In almost every line ot work to meet together to discuss ways of sav- Ing and getting greater value out jf the natural resources of the coun try This Includes mines oil forts and farming and that conference will go tully Into nit the subjects and plan ways of working together and festively for the greatest good of the whole country SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY Some people buy gold bricks just to have something to kick about So nany people who Imagine they- e pushing are really standing on the rope No mnn believes It a very serious offense to steal watermelons unless he owns the patch Any kind of an excuse goes with mother but when a boy can fix up in excuse that will go with father he shows rare genius unto Mint No said HI Tragedy 1 never take a sleeper when I travel I dont thins the berths are sanitary and beside In case of accident i Yes Interrupted Lowe Comedy J suppose walking Is safer i- b DRIVES IT- INTO HIDING Vast Ampunt of Property Es caping Taxation Impossible to Force Men to AssclI Some Kinds of Property Under the Present System The general property tax was put into effect In Kontucky partly becnusi it was believed that under tho old stern a great deal of property In tin shape of money bonds stocks mart gages lien notes and other evldance of credit escaped taxation It wai hoped that by a rigid system ot assess mont and Inspection a greater amount of this class of property could be brought to light greatly Increasing tho revenues of tho state Tlio system Las succeeded in bring ing some of this kind of property to light but there Is still an ouormou amount of It that escapes taxation The general property tax it shouli bo remembered decrees that the same tax must fall on all classes of property Let us suppose a man living In almos any town In tho state is tho owner ot a land note for 1000 on which C per cent Interest Is paid him In some of tho towns In tho state hits combined town county nnd state tax would be over ft In most of them It would be between 260 amt I Manifestly n man will bo very unwilling to give It for taxation a piece of property that yields him 6 per cent only when by so reporting It ho condemns biases to having to glee up nearly halt the Income from that property to the tai collectorPerjury or Confiscation Dut the greater part of property ol this class does not pay as much as 6 per cent A vast amount of this prop crty held In tho stale perhaps ta much as half of It Is property held in trust for the benefit of widows and children who are not able to onrfi money themselves but depend for their support upon the Income from property that has been left them bj tics husband and father and whloli will be largely invested in note stooks bonds and this general class of property In normal times much of this aloes of investment will not paj over 4 per cent the Income rumnlni from 4 to Ift per cent If now UH tax rate absorbs from 2ft to 3 percent It will be readily seen that very little IB left for the support of these hlpl M people The temptation to conceal property when the tax on It will absorb trom ono haif to threefourths of tile Inoow it yields is slttwuw than the normo man can mist and as a rats ho doe not try to resist It In any state whom this system of the general proport tax prevails and that Is why the tnx authorities of states are coming so generally to denounce It In Kentucky the evasions of tho tax on this alas of property are enormous In September 1905 only 11480000 of bonds only U3S195 of stock In corpora tlons and only 13OlGS37 of bank do posits was given In for taxation al though the banks and trust companlci ot the state contained In that yea J 93500000 of deposits At who same time the assessors were able to and only 5407012 of money outside thi banks or a total of about 18li00000 of money That there should hnvo bee then only about 93000000 of deposit In the banks of the entire state of Kentucky is tho most damning prom of tho supreme economic folly of our systemEffect on Value of Real Estate Wo may mark the secondary effect ot this policy In the valuation of real estate It takes capital and accompa nying prosperity to enhance real estate values In 1SSO the as cased real estate valuation was 265085905 or 100 per capita In 1S90 before our new constitution with tho present tax system wont Into effect the valuation increased to 203 per capita In 1900 after eight years of tho new tax system It had Increased to 209an Increase of only C per capita The total assessed wealth of tho state In 1880 was 2UG3 per capita In 1890 Just before the new constitution It had Increased to 27080 From 1890 to 190C with 14 years under tho new tax system It Increased only to 293 per capita an Increase of less than 18 per capita In 16 years Under our old constitution with all its imperfections there was some lati tude given to localities in the encour agement of Industries The now con stitution adopted In 1891 abolished most of this but did allow municipal ties to give five years exemption to now manufacturing concerns The act putting this clause of the constitution into effect was not passed until 1898 The decade then from 18SO to 1890 Illustrates the progress possible under tbo old liberal system the decade from 1890 to 1900 Illustrates the result ot the narrow policy of tho new cans tutlon before partial exemption be came effective and the years since 1900 well show the result of the liberal policy of encouragement Mark then the result From 1880 to 1890 under a policy of encouragement the capital employed In manufacturing In Kentucky Increased 742 per cent From 1890 to 1900 with all encouragement withdrawn and heavy taxes Imposed tho capital Invested In manufactures increased only 304 per cent About 1900 the fiveyears exemptions had been granted in many cities and towns and from 1900 to 1905 the cap ital Invested In manufactures In Kentucky Increased 674 per cent THE MESSIAH Description of Musical Masterplec Which will be Rendered Hero Juno II Commencement Week It a known that the llurmoulu Society of Uorva College U going to- give thu Mesblah lu tho Chapel uu June first and ninny hove been ask ing What Is the Messiah Tho word Messiah means the samo na Christ The Messiah1 Is the story at Christ arranged In many dif foment songs some of which are to bo sung by single voices and others by a choir or chorus of ninny voices of men nnd women Tho music tor these songs was made by a tuna nom ed George Friedrich Hncndil who wni born lit the ancient cliof hall Germany in 17S5 A story like thl from the Bible when It Is sung I called nn oratorio All the words of tide orotorloare versos front different parts of the Bible The music Is made so that it will help anyone who luau It to un derstand the words and oinetlnlly to have the strong feelings that thi words ought to arouse In him The first wing which is to bo sang bone man alone has the words Com fort ye comfort yo my peopK with your God speak yo comfortably to Jerusalem and ory unto her that her warfare It Meompllshc4 that hr Iniquity is pardoned Isaiah 401 One who hat never heard this cam will feel when he hears It IUI If he never before know whet thos wnto meant oriwhat wonderful tsadernew and comfort and encouragement could be expresed In music Soon the name Glee Blnga another verse from th samo chapter livery valley shall be exalted nnd every mountain and hill made low the smoked straight and tile rough place plain In thl song the tint ftellng is gladness nut Joy that everything li to become alt right When the voice sings about tie crooked becoming straight the mints seems ereolfcd and the voice I waven up and down and It MOM u If the votee were climbing up the mountain and hllla aRIl then going down Into the vnllej ami gradually getting them all leveled and straight eMtt oat Then the whole chores which whea It Is ivn her will have nearly one hundred voices brenta out Into a glorlno song at- by and assurance as It singe And Ute glory of them Lord shall be reveal ed and all flesh shall MO It together tnt the mouth of the Lard bath pole OP ItAnd so the story goes on Bv ry part of the music has its special meaning Just as the words have and the oftener one hears The Moa sluh the more meaning one finds lu the music ai well as In the words The first part Mis about the lIra phecies of the coming of Christ Then tomes the story of his birth tits shepherds In the field the angel coming down and singing Glory to God In tho highest Then Are Mme parts telling of the wonderful work that Christ did when he became a mil Then shall tho eyes of the the blind be opened and the ears of the deaf unstopped and so on After that comes the story of the suffering and death ot the Messiah and what It means for us It is a very beautiful but sad part and often Lakes people weep to hear it or sing It This Is followed by the triumph of the resurrection and the victory ot Christ over sin and all his enemies At the close of this part cornea the famous Hallelujah Chorus The words which arc taken from the book ot Revelation are Hallclujaht for tho Lord God omnipotent relgnoth The kingdom of this world tins become the kingdom ot our Lord and of Ills Christ and Ho shall reign forever and ever King of Kings and Lord of Lords Hallelujah When this chorus was sung in England while Haendel was still living the King was in the audience and it was so grand that ho arose and all of the people with him and they stood un til tin chorus was finished laver rlnco then It has been the custom for Ihe nKdlenco to stand while the Halle del Thorns Is being sung And this Is lone all over the world In great cities and In small towns It would take too long to give a further dpscrlntlon of this beautiful buugatury Ivory ono who possibly can get to Ilcrca ought to come and hear It If you can walk or rldo horse back or drive or come on the train Wo understand that there are to be three fine singers tram Cincinnati to slug sonic ot tho songs In the oratorio and that after this It will bo sung by tho Harmonla Society every wlnlerrabout Christmas time which is tho time it Is usually given in the great cities In Chicago a great chorus sings it every year In a great ball on two different nights about Christ lilac tine to six thousand people and a great many of them go to heat it every year paying a high price year after year fit hoar It again Probably In a few years there will not be room In the Chapel to hold all who will went to hear It THE MARKE- Terea Prices BBS pdt dozen lie flutter per Ib1620c Potatoes Irish per buL24Apples per b13 00 Strawlerrlee per qt IDIt Bacon tier IbIOUHam per Ib12cLard per Ib12e Chickens of foot per lb lOe Chickens dressed per Ib UUe WIf Live Steck L4MIIltvtlJe 31aj i1909C- hoose export steer 11 OQ 054 Light shipping steers Ii t0 6 CO Ghetto butcher steers rfj G Go Medium butcher steers 4 lG GG Comaf n butehur steers 4 00 4 I ChoIce butcher helfew 4 00 Iiof Htxltuu butcher betters 310 4 IOGRMHH butcher heifers I 00 1 JI Choice butcher aowa 4 Ott 4 G Medium buUtier cows I tq 4 0 Common butrter tow 275 310 Comma 126 w Choice fat oxen 4 60 610 MIIQ OMM 300 4k Choice bulls I 50 1 G Mtdlutn bulls 271 I to Common bulls 3 25 2 76 Choice veal calves S 60 G 00 tedium veil calves 4 QQ Ii 08 Gotnjum calvw ro 3 to Good feeders 400 450 Medium feodtra 4 00 4 ro Common feeders I GO 4 40 Choice i took steers 4 00 4 110 tedium stock steers I tO 4 PO Commoi stow steer 3 00 3 N Choice stock heifers I 25 I 76 Medium stock heifers 2 76 IS Common mlxtd stockers 2 7G I tG Choice milch cows 35 00 4G 00 tedium milch cows 20 00 35 Oe Common milch cows It 00 I OD noos Choice packers and butchers 200 to 300 Ibt 560 Medium packers and butchel1lI160 to 200 lbs Choice pigs 90120 lbs 4 60 4 OS ILightsur Choice fat sheep 4 60 4 75 tedium sheep 3 00 4 25- Conm on nhftep 2 00 3 00 Ducks 2 00 3 tO Choice lambs C 60 6 00 Good butcher lambs C 00 C 60 Culls and tallends 4 00 5 p0 MESS PORK 19 60 ILUUhCkele sugar cured light ud special cure 11llHc heavy t 4lum 11 to llltc- SIOULDKR84c Mr U- DACOX Clear rib sides 3a rex 4 ular clear sJds IHc brMkfast bacon 14Hc sutmr ciu4 llrs 14e be com sibs lc bolllo light lti ksa- 7T lie LAIDPrjas suss la tL wsIns ore net la lines lie 1m tabs UUe DRIED BEEF lle EGOS Case count 13e per dos candled 14c- BL1TEit14o per lb POULTRY Sprlnc cklekou mall 1525c per lb large ICc hens 12c ducks lb- WIIEArNo 2 101 No 3 102 COiN No 3 white 78c No 3 mixed 776x- OATSNev No 3 white 6GC No 3 raited C4Hc I RYENo 2 Northern DOc No 3 Northern 8Sc OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Central Avcnu nnil Court Ireot Cincinnati Ohio This college wns organized in 1815 nnd tho 03rd Annual Session begins October Oth 1008 This is tho first Dental College established In the West It IH coeducational and line a teach- Ing corps of twenty Instructors Its buildings are modern and adapted to tho requirement of modern dental education and IU cllnlcs nro unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses In olln Zeal Instruction are also given For information and announce OarfteldPlacotClnclnnatll I a o t 1TIMS m TEN ONE MORE CODY DUG UP IN MRS GUINNESS BARNYARD PROBABLY WAS A WOMAN Wltn M Found Whose Story Tends to Prove tnmpherc Knew cf Crimes and Tried Blackmail liporto IndOno more body was itdilfd to the death roll of tho Guln IHHK film Friday tho growsomo voiles now nnniborlnK ten Coroner Mack at first announced that fho Bravo opened in tho morning contained ono complete cadaver and iwrlions of a second hut In tho ova ning Bald that what ho had at first billirvwt to bo additional thigh and airm bones uro in reality pieces of tho first set Developments of the Day Other Important dcrclopmenth ot the day Included the following Iotcr Colson a new witness in the cave told It N Smith tho prosecuting attorney that Ray Lamphcro had ttrknawlcdgFd attempts to blackmail Mrs Gnlnncus This Is considered as kllnltcly establishing n motive for a illsngtocnicnt between amphoro and t gbfro woman which resulted later In the liimlBg of the farmhouse 1111 Leo Greening said that her IOD Emfl who formerly worked on the Mrs Belle Guinness notorfoas farm saw two stronger at the pUicn tho night that Jennie Olsen ilUappciircd In November 190C Emil Grvculng is now In Oklahoma City and tlw nlicriffs office will try to com munlcnto with him In tho hope of es tablishing the fact that Mm Guinness had accomplices In the murders at her place Matt and Oscar Budsborg departed for IotA Wia In the afternoon after making arrangements to have tho hotly of their father Olo Budsberg Hhlppcd to that town as soon aa Car oner Mock releases It for burial Pert Wayne Officials There I Sheriff Grieco Chief of Police An KnnberV and Dr White nil ot Fort Wayno visited tho Guinness farm in the afternoon and had a long convor salon with Sheriff Smutter ot La I ports county Nono Of tho three would reveal tho object of their visit nand ILl refused to discuss A report I that they wore searching for a miss ing resident of Fort Wayne Tho Plnkcrton detectives who wcm brought hero at the Instigation of Khcrlft Smutxer began their Investiga Lion Finding of One More Victim Tho resumption of excavation at tho I farm again drew an immense crowd of spectators Tho rush of visitors Teal bneonie BO great that some of the local liverymen havo established a regular bus line from the downtown district to the farm ar The rrcmaturo announcement by 4 Coroner Mack that two bodies had been discovered only served to in crease tho rash of curiosityseekers The scraps of humanity were found In tho barnyard which had already given tin also cadavers About four feet bolo tire surface tho excavators en countered bits of bone and burlap and a tow strokes more of tho spades and hoes roTeaiod line skull a decomposed torao and leg and arm bones Less Skilfully Dismembered The body was by far tho least preserved ot any of tho ten grewsomo relics lu addition to tho usual traces of lime tho evidences wero that n less skilful hand had accomplished tho dlsmordbcrraent of this corpse Tho l yu had boon as usual severed above iho knee Joint but tho bones were splintered And tho shoulder blade shattered The skull had been sop arated and was lying near the feet It was thought that the body was that of a woman as a pair of womans oxford tic shoes and the metal frame ora wnmana purse were found In the giveHouse Agrees to Army Bill Washington Tho house Friday agreed to the conference report on the army appropriation bill which now XOM to tho president Of tho 7000 000 provided for Increased pay enlist ed men will receive 15000000 SevtntyTwQ Men Rescued Now York Seventytwo men who tor more than 14 hours had beet lacing death in the raging sea near Klrq island were rwscued from the crumbling hulk of the big Gcrnwu 4itp Illckmers Friday FOUR KILLED IN FLAMES NEW YORK TEN MENTHOUCE FIRE PROBABLY INCENDIARY Mother Trying to Reach Safety Drop Child and It la Burned to Death Twenty Injured New York Four persons were killed and 12 Injured Thursday In a flro believed to have boon of Incendiary origin which dostruwd n nvo story tonoment house The dead nro Eva Hers 53 years old Samuel Sack ten years old llatllo Kaplomnnu 2k years old and an unidentified man Policemen carried several children to the ground before the firemen arrived Mm women and children wore packed so closoly on tho narrow Pro escapes that no one could get down While persons In tho building who had been unable to got out bo cause all tho windows leading to tho fire escapes wdro crowded struggled for exit on one side tho firemen on theIchildren were dragged from the over crowded platforms and carried down tho ladders to tho street More than n hundred persons wero taken from the fire escapes In this way It was In attempting to reach the upper part of tho house that little llnttlo Koplomann lost her life Her mother had a remarkably narrow es Koplemannhadtending to make her way to tho roof as the flames were sweeping around tho lower part of the Iron ladder She had the child In her arms when site stopped on tho platform A misstep caused her to fall and as she struck tho side of tho platform Hattlo fell ram her arms and rolled through tho platform red hot There tho child was burned to death Mrs Koplemann rolled across tho opening but saved herself from falling through Mrs Eva llcrg and the Sach boy were burned to death in thclrrooma BLOODY TRAGEDY IN OHIO Horseman Kills Two Persons Wounds Woman and Commits Suicide Washington Court house 0 Bert Devanoy aged 43 white a wellknown horseman Tuesday night shot and killed Llda Ulrd aged 22 a colored girl and shot her mother In tho abdomen Inflicting a probably fatal wound Ho then ran across the town to the barn of Silas Sbackolford whore he took refuge Shackelford went in after him and was shot and killed by Devaney Later Dovaney committed suicide It Is thought Do rancy was Insane Following the shooting of tho two women tho authorities organized a posso and company M Fourth regi meat Ohio National Guard was called permission having been given by Gov Harris Tho officers surrounded the barn and threatened to burn it Final ly persons ventured up to tho barn door and found Dovanoy had shot him self JEROME REFUSES JURY MINUTES New York Attorney Balks at Order to Turn Over Evidence New York District Attorney Jerome said Tuesday that ho would go to jail rather than comply with an order received from Judge Ro salsky that certain grand jury minutes be filed with the clerk of tho court of general sessions Mr Jer onto made this statement at tho hear Ing of charges against him before Commissioner Hand who was appoint ed by Coy HuRhcn to take evidence in the matter ot tho King committees charges that the district attorney had railed to fulfill tho duties of his office The records which Judgo Ilosalsky or dered filed with the court of general sessions were thosdof tho grand Jury which Investigated tho affairs of tho Metropolitan Street Railway system last November The effect ot filing these mlnujcs with tho clerk would have been to mako them public Flood at East Alton East Alton IIIWood river broke through Its banks after rising four feet In four hours Wednesday after noon and half of East Alton Is underwater Tho tracks of tho Chicago Alton Dig Four and tho McKinley In terurban line aro overflowed and traffic temporarily is suspended Two big factories have been forced to shut down becauso of the high water which covers an area five miles long and u tulle wide Many families were forced to vacate their homesiExpress Messenger Murdered Denver ColTrain robbers who boarded Denver Rio Grande train No d at Castle Rock Thursday mur dared Express Messenger Charles H Wright aged 60 employed by the Globo Express company From tho dead messenger the rob bars took tho keys oj reaU safe In the baggage car which they opened and took the contents In all worthless than f100 Four Perish In a Fire St Jobnsburg VtThe explosion of a kitchen gas stove In tho tone ment of John Wilson Friday set fire to tho interior and caused the death of four persons two by burning and the others by suffocation Cleveland Bank Assigns Cleveland aTho Euclid Avenue gust company Friday made ah as jtlgnmont to Cleveland Trust company No statement relative to lla dilltles or assets was given in the aa Blgnmeat deed n 1 11- R IVIEW OF THE GUNN 83 PROPERTY Crosses In the Garden Lot South of the Ruins of the Burned DwellingI InIdlcateWhere the Bodies of Murdered Persons Were Exhumed METCALF REVIEWS FLEETS ADMIRAL EVANS UNABLE TO PAR TICIPATE IN CEREMONY Formally Relinquishes Command of Fighting Vessels and Departs for Washington San Francisco Tho combined At lands and Pacific fleets of battleships armored cruisers torpedo boat de stroyers and auxiliaries aggregating in weight of displacement tho enor mous total of more than 400000 tons w ero reviewed In picturesque San FranclHco harbor Friday by Secretary of tho Navy Mctcalf The 44 vessels of tho two fleets lay at anchor in four long Columns and proceeding from tho Oakland shore tho secretary on board tho little gun boat Yorktowna reminder of tho days when the navy was In its Infancy proceeded southward through tho lines formed by the armored cruisers of the Pacific fleet nearest tho Oak land shore and tho second squadron of tho Atlantic fleet beaded by the Minnesota Turning back to tho north at tho end of these two lines the Yorktown traversed the lane formed on tho starboard by the battleships of tho First Atlantic squadron and on tho port by the little destroyers Rear Admiral Evans who had hoped to end his active naval career by par ticipating In the official ceremonies was not permitted by his attending physician to go aboard the Connecti cut Hear Admiral Charles M Thomas was again tho senior office Admiral Evans formally relinquished command of the fleet Saturday and left for Washington Tho afternoon was marked by the presentation of silver services to the battleship Nebraska and the armored cruiser California from the states after which tbo ships were named Gov Sheldon of Nebraska and Gov Glllctt of California personally made tho presentation speeches At night In the St Francis hotel tho official dinner of welcome by the city of San Francisco was presided over by Mayor Edward It Taylor All tho flag and commanding officers of the fleet were present At a later hour and attended by all tho higher officers and n host of the younger men came tho dance of tho Friday Night club nt the Fairmont hotel- CHESTER PUPILS STRIKE Teachers Forced to Apologize for Rid ing on Street Cars Chester Pa As a manifestation of tho bitterness with which many people regard tho Chester Traction company and tho men who took tho places of tho motonncn and con ductors when they went on a strike several weeks ago this city Friday witnessed a sympathetic strike ot tho pupils ofthe Morton avenue school because two teachers Miss Anderson ondvMIss MacFarland rode on the trolley cars manned by strikebreak ers When tho pupils learned that tho teachers had ridden on tho cars they refused to attend tho sessions As a climax to the incident moth ors of tho children went before the school board and demanded the re moval of the teachers Tho parents were promised that the teachers would male on apology to the chip Urea on Monday and also make a public apology through the columns of the local newspapers Harmon for Ohio Governor Columbus aIn a tumultuous cdn ventlon characterized by tho most in tense factional feeling the Democrats of Ohio Wednesday nominated Judson Harmon of Cincinnati attorney gen eral of tho United States under Presi dent Cleveland for governor and In donjed William Jennings Dryan and Instructed tho delegates at dargo to tho national convention to Vote for him for president Three Die In Auto Crash Ilakersfleld Cat W E Louckc his wife and their baby wore in stantly killed Thursday when an automobile in which they wore riding was struck by a Southern Pacific train at Reodley Loucke was a prominent business man of Eolma Black Paper and White Ink Appleton VisIt a proposition put forth Thursday by Wisconsin print pa per manufacturers is taken as seri ously by eastern manufacturers and by the publishers of the country as it Is here Americans in the near future I will be reading black newspapers print ed with white ink The chief points advanced for this revolutionary prop osition are tile preservation of foreiiU the saving of millions of dollars an nually In pulp wood and tho reduction In price of print paper to perhapsI onehalf the present price n PRINCE EULENBURG ARRESTED Once a Confidential Friend of the Kal serHis Ruin Predicted Berlin Prince Philip Zu Eulen burg was Friday placed under actual arrest Tho crown prosecutor look this step as a result of tho tell timony given by two men at the princes bedside to tho effect that Prince Zu Eulenburg had been guilty of wrongful actions with them 25 years ago Prince Zu Eulenburg was Involved in the court scandal in Berlin that grew out of the charges brought by Maximilian Harden editor of Die Zukunft last summer At tho second Harden trial the court declared that all the charges made by Harden were absolutely without foundation The prince was taken Into custody at his castle at Llebenberg and brought In an ambulance automobile 40 miles to tho charity hospital where he was detained pending a further Investiga lion of a charge of perjury made against him The princes arrest is taken to mean the irretrievable ruin of this brilliant man who was at ono time a confidential friend of tho em perocOHIO TROOPS ORDERED OUT Threats to Burn Two Towns in the Tobacco District Columbus Threats to burn the towns of Aberdeen and Hlgglnsport emanating from unknown sources but resulting from tho bitter warfare In the Burley tobacco district of Ohio and Kentucky were largely responsible for an order Issued by Coy Harris Tues day evening to Adjt Gen Crltchfleld to dispatch troops to the towns men honed Troop B of Columbus loft for tho scone of threatened trouble Wednes day morning at five oclock Capt R W Knauss had about 50 cavalrymen In his command Companies of tho First regiment at Cincinnati and Ba tavla aro also said to be under walt log orders LEVEE BREAKS AT VINCENNES Preparations Are Being Made for a Serious Flood Vlnccnnes Ind Friday night at eight oclock tho Wabash river was 1S8 feet tho rise being at tho rate of an Inch an hour The levee broke in two places flooding thousands of acres and threatening tho Baltimore Ohio Southwestern tracks three miles west Tho second break in the levee oc curred on tho Indiana side five miles south of here Two mills closed and preparations are being made to fight tho biggest flood In tho history of this section GREAT FIRE IN ATLANTA Two Business Blocks Destroyed the Loss Being 1250000 Atlanta Oaone million and a quarter dollars is tho loss conserva tively estimated ot a fire which start ed at 330 oclock Friday morning and swept two blocks of Atlanta business propertyBy the fire was under control with ruined buildings in the district bounded by Forsythe Nelson Madison and Hunter streets Late in tbo day the police and fire departments dyne mited what was left of the ragged walls Declares Thaw Is Insane Poughkcepsle N Y Dr Amos t Baker acting superintendent of the MaUeawan state hospital In his return Tuesday to the writ of habeas corpus obtained by counsel for Harry K Thaw denied the allegations in the petition of counsel that Thaw is now sane and alleges on the contrary that Thaw Is insane Dr Baker has had Thaw under observation during his confinement In MaUcawan following the trial for the slaying of Stanford White Arrested as Murderous Bandit Denver ColRed Roy HIsle was arrested hero Friday on the charge of murdering Charles Hunting ton Wright the Globe express mea senger who was shot and killed In the express car of a Denver Rio Grande train JUlie la 27 years of IAc Prominent Guatemalans Executed City of Mexico News has reached this city of the execution at Antigua of dot Solozano conmandant of the Guatemalan Military academy and Vlncento Ceiono one of the wealthiest and most prominent men in Guate mala Break for Liberty Is Fatal Burlington Vt While making a break for liberty from the guard line Patrick Rynne a convict at Fort Ethan Allen was shot and killed Fri day night by Private Thomas Mallory llentucky Gleanings itMost Important News Gathered From All of the State PartI TOBACCO BEDSIProtected By Farmer Raiders and Wounded One Frankfort Ky Information has reached the adjutant generals office here that two negroes were shot and killed and a white man was badly wounded in Madison county between Klrksvllle and Richmond by a well known tobacco grower whose property was threatened with destruction in tho event of his attempting to grow a crop this year Tho information came di rect to Col E F Llllard who has charge of the state troops In this sec tlon with headquarters in Cynthlana Col Lillards Informant said that a half dczen men called on the tobacco grower late at night and made a per emptory demand on him to destroy his plant bed Upon his refusal to do their bidding they started to scrape a large bed of young tobacco plants when ha opened fire killing two ot them and shooting a third mans arm off The latter Is said to be a prominent citizen of tho county According to Col LII lards informant the occurrence is said to have been rigidly suppressed al though tho informant volunteered to give tbo names of the parties concern ed In the affair for Investigation by tho adjutant generals department POWERS CASE AGAIN DELAYED Gov Wlllson Postponed Pardon Dc cision To May 17 Frankfort KyGov Wlllson sur prised every person who has been eagerly awaiting his decision on the ap plication of Caleb Powers and Jim Howard for pardons by announcing he would not decide the cases until his return from Washington May 17 where ho goes to attend tho conference of governors Coy Wlllson in a statement made saysI can not possibly help the delay Tho mass of petitions and requests In these cases was not presented to me until the hearing I was not willing to decide tho cases without reading tho records myself because tho re sponslbljlty will rest upon me In order to hurry the work I gave the Howard record to Attorney Gen eral Brcathltt I did not intend in any event to decide these cases before tho end of the republican convention because I am not willing that my decision either the one way or the oth er should bo In any way affected by any political or party consideration In view of this I have been more will ing to delay tho final decision to have a clear separation of the case from partisan or political matter Stone Street the Derby Winner Louisville Ky Finishing well In hand and leading by from one to three lengths for the whole of the last half mile Stone Street a bay colt by LongstreetStono Nellie won the 34th Kentucky Derby over track fet lock deep In mud Ten thousand pee cheered tho contestants over their journey on a mile and a quarter which was covered in tho slow time of 21515 Tho total valuo of the stake was G000 For Liquor Regulation Louisville Ky Announcement was mado hero that Do Quincy Tully secretory of tho Law Enforcement society of New York has accepted the invite ton of the National Model License Leasuio to deliver addresses in North Carolina in favor of strict regulation and against prohibition of the sale of liquor Jail Delivery Planned Covington Ky Deputy County Jailer Maurer in making an inspection of the cells discovered a wooden key and a club which ho believes were intend ed for use in a jail delivery Both wero found In tho cell occupied by James L Pease Jr who is awaiting trial on four indictments Paroles Granted Frankfort KyTwo paroles were granted by the board of prison com missioners as follows Llewellyn McIntyre negro sent up for life from Woodford county murder Wm Tal ent sent up for three years from Mercer county for housebreaking Fatal Quarrel Morehead Ky Henry Fraloy shot and killed his brother Georgo Fraley They quarreled over a piece of haul George was acquitted only a short time ago of the murder of Sebroa Prophet who was shot from ambush while riding on a water wagon Harry G Tandy Dead Paducah Ky Harry G Tandy 33 of this city well known over the state died at Dawson Springs Ky of drop ly Ho was a newspaper reporter and under Gov served as assist ant secretary of stat- eCovington Louisville KyIn an altercation in his saloon Jack McAullffo shot and dan gerously wounded Mabel OBrien said to be of Covington McAullffo was itabbed in the cheek by the woman He claims self1ufenle I Found Dead In Bed Paducah KyJohnD Berryman a srellknown resident of this city was found dead in bed by his wire a victim- If heart disease He was 73 years old and served at various times on the word of tax supervisors k4 HOUSES AND BARNS RAZED By Twister That Swept Through Frank lln CountyNo Fatalities Reported Frankfort Ky Reports were re ceived here to the effect that tho severe storm that swooped down on this city spread over the county doing con siderable damage to residences barns and fencing Near ChoatevIIIo the storm developed Into a twister un roofing a number of houses and demol letting n residence on the farm of Tay lor ColllnH There are no fatalities re portedTho cyclone that passed through Choatovlllo was 100 feet In width Tbo residence on tho farm of Collins was occupied by Jesse Collins and his family of five There Is not a vestige of the house left and all of the mem bers of the family are injured but none of them fatally The residence of Neville Collins was blown 20 feet from its foundation and set on tha I side of the road A largo barn con taining stock was blown down on the Collins farm A tobacco barn on the farm of Mrs Jack Hulltt was demol ished Tho storm seemed to folio v the course of tho road leveling the fences breaking oft telephone poles and uprooting trees The telephone lines aro all down in tho western part of the county IN A SAFE This Couple Were Married Hoping Thereby To Maintain Secrecy Louisville KySo secretly did Fred crick McLeod Sheldon and Miss Patty Louise Grany marry in Jcffersonvlllo that tbo ceremony had to be performed in the vault in the omco of the Clark county Indiana clerk The groom Is a son of Gen Harvey Sheldon of this city and the bride a hello of Anchorage Ky They did not want any ono to know that they had ran away and they insisted that the magistrate lock them in the vault with himself so that the anticipated Intcmiptipn should not come Todd Memorial Louisville Ky Announcement was made here at the annual meeting of tho board of trustees of the Southern Presbyterian Theological Seminary that J Ross Todd of this city and its sister Mrs Hauge of Washington D c had donated 35000 for a memorial In the form of a house and lot on Fifth street here The condition is that the money from it shall go to erect a Todd memorial in honor of the do flora parents Sheriff Was Cautious Hawesville KyMuch excitement prevailed here over the arrest of Law renco Bruner charged with thq h4 trayal of his 16yearoIu sisterinlaw Miss Ruey Nichols Bruner sold hU farm and fled to Paducah Sheriff T J Kelly went to Paducah and brought Bruner back When the train reach ed this city Kelly fearing mob violence slipped his prisoner off and tows him up a back street to tho Jail Sued By Hotel Clerk Louisville Ky Papers were served on Dr W Godfrey Hunter while ha was attending the republican state convention In a suit brought by Alex Jones a clerk at tho Willard hotel Jones asks 5000 on a note dated Au gust 1003 and security for which ho says Is In his holding of 10 1000 bonds of the Somerset Light and Water Co Peck of Knives Found FranktortKyny discovering a saw in the cell of a negro prisoner and n key to the lock on tho cell of an other prisoner Warden E E Mudd nipped In the bud another plot of prisoners to break from tbo prison Fully a peck of homemade knives wera ta ken from tho prisoners on that walk Unexpectedly Removed Frankfort KyJudge Ira Julian ot this city was notified unexpectedly that McQuown Beckham had been appointed attorneys for tho L N railroad Judgo Julian has been tho attorney for tho road hers for 20 years and says he can n understand why he was removed without notice Killed By Lightning Newport KyMrs James Spangler wife of a well known farmer residing on Ten Mile creek near here was In stantly killed by lightning on the front porch of her residence Tho bolt struck a tree near the house first and Mrs Spangler fell unconscious dying shortly afterward Cut In Halves Frankfort Ky Tho state board of equalization reduced the preliminary raise of 10 per cent on Kcnton county lands to Bper cent The raise on Morgan county of 10 percent was sustain rowhllo Johnson countys local ass sessments were allowed to stand IIradleyCredentiahVashlngtonTh ot Wra O Bradley recently elected acne tor from Kentucky to succeed Senator McCreary were presented by Senator Paynter and received by the vice pros Idcnt who ordered them tiled Bcwllng Greens Population Bowline Green Ky Enumerators appointed by the council son tine since to take a new census of the city have Just made their report to bat body In which they put the popalaUOa at 11679 a- ILH p rtf laMIIf wr JJI If 11 Ii J1 J J at I East Kentucky Correspondence II News You Get Nowhere Else i IB tilt the writer Too name I as eon pon encc pbUne4 talifi dgaed by U sot for pmblleaUo list a an lneo of coed ftltt Write ptalarya ooeoeooe80 ogle SOa MADISON COUNTY WALLACKTON Walla ton May 1tRev Carrier filled his regular appointment hereI Sunday and Sunday nlghtlJrs H Baker Is very sick at this writing Mrs H C Dowlen who hus been Ill for some time Is no betterA num bar ot Berea students with their teacher visited J A Bakers Satur dayMr Call Robinson and wits ot Cartersvlllo visited J S Cades Sun daYMrs Margaret Kirby and family have sold out and expect to leave t next week for Illinois 1110 HILL Big Hill May 1L Sunday school was organized at Pilot Knob School house May 3rdrRev J W Parsons filled his regular appointment there the 9th and 10th ot May The pastor delivered an excellent sermon from the door Not moro than halt of the crowd could get Into the house iMemorial services at Dear Wallow the third Sunday in MayMrs Stella Settle and family were guests of Mr d and Mrs Phillip Hayes May llth Mrs John Anderson and Miss Dalslo Sponce took dinner with Mr and Mrs James Weathers Monday Rev Par I sons was the guest yesterday of Mr R L Ambrose and wife1 Mr Phillip Hayes spent Sunday with Mr John Harrison nnd family GARRARD COUNTY PAIN r LICK t Paint Lick May 9S W Wylle has purchased a nice yoke ot oxen I Mrs Sualp StQwe was the guest of i her mother Mrs Charlie Rogers of Berca last Saturday But very few people attended the big show at Richmond last Saturday from this place On May 5th Mr Robert Botkln and Miss Fannle Todd were united In marriage at the brides homo Their many friends wish them much joy Mr and Mrs O L Gabbard and family were the guests of CT Blanton and family last Sunday at Berea otKCASTLf COUNTY noaNs Boone May 11Regular services were held at this place Saturday and Sunday conducted by the Rev W H Lambert The entire family of Joe Levitt have been very low with the measles but all are getting along nicely nowMrs A D Wucke Is said to be somewhat better Mrs Coyle visited Mrs W M RIch near i Scaffold Cane SundayRound Stone Creek has had quite a tide Wednes day night owing to the haevy rains during the night OOOCHLAND Goochland May 2Rev Solomon M preached to a large crowd at Garrette school Sunday lastJohn Witt and wife visited John C Phillips and lam ily Saturday night Charlie Phillips is all smiles over a fine baby girl born the 1Jth Talmagc Phillips is farming this year The family ot Floyd Peters Is blessed with twin girls Jamej Hlnglte and Danlol Jackson were thru buying cattle las- tweekThe snow that tell Jast Thurs day has caused uneasiness among homo of tho farmers San ford Isaacs is In iJoochland again Jack Jones has bought a nice span of mules from Ruford Callaban Thomas Stewart brought a nice lot of cattle from Wlldle to turn out on the range in Jackson County Ada Dooley who at present la In Madison County writes that she will be at her home In the mountains soon Bert LUnsford was married to Janie Jones last Thursday Jit the home of the bride Bert Phil 1 lips was In Wlldle Friday after goods AUIKV I Gauley ploy ILMiss Lyda Bullock who has been staying in Livingston fcr some time Is with home folks asalnW IL Ponder was In East Bernstadt Friday on business Rach el Ponder of Dudley was visiting in this vicinity first of the weekJohn Kelly sold a fine young mule to Will Powell Saturday for 13bWe heur several of our bgys and girls say Ing they expect to be In London Mon day at the big show Born to the wife of Wnj Sams some few days ago a flnboySaDl Reese of Robt inet was through here Saturday on business We are glad to know W S Robinson Is improving slowly Mrs Bet Drew Is numbered with the r r sick this week The Sunday school at Red Hill Is progressing nicely Janie Morris of Borca Is visiting her- nssterif Mrs Ned McDanlel this weeJF t F C Bullock had an old time work ing Monday motlo tpdoit ettefaotio otttoso I lionNUT Rob Uet May 9John ilulllns nf this place is a candidate for Constable In this district Aunt Isa lJ Drew Is visiting relatives this week at Evergreen George Mulllns Iron Blackwater Is here this week talk Ing of moving Into this country Ella Carpenter Is taking music lessons on her new organ and she Is progressing very nicely Alex Powell has been very 111 with mumps but is somewhat betterJno Bales and Mandy have both been very low with typhoid ImprolngourICarpenter ot Dango sold Allen and Sons a fine lot of summer goods and notions Tues day Orvll Brewer from the Bluegrass Is up here He says that the hard struggle with the tobacco raisers is about over in Madison Stephen Phil lips ot Dango has been notified by some unseen person to destroy his to bocco bpdsS B Martin of this place made a business trip to Livingston Wednesday Frank Davis and wife of Clover Bottom called on Mlllard Drew last Saturday night and Sunday Severalof the hogs and girls of this place are preparing for the Commencement at Berea this summer Sunday school was reorganized at Lone Oak last Sunday conducted by Bert Miller President and Bob Allen SccyTrpas C B Sexton and Park er will preach at Horse Lick on thA fifth Saturday nnd SundRY in this month at the usual hour of 11 a m WHITLEY COUNTY ConnIN Corbln May 10Grant levels the little sun of Charlie and Lou Nevola died Tuesday night at 1115 age 7 seats and one month We are sure It Is at rest with the angels In heaven The retains were laid In the cemetery ot Corbln David Henderllght is grinning like a possum It Is a girl Mr Den Eaton moved three miles west of the Camp Ground In Laurel County Wednesday Wo were sorry to see him leave townMr Taylor of BarboursvlIIe has moved to our city Miss Laura Burns has gone to Laurel County to see her sister She will not return for three or four months Mrs Burns has moved to South Corbln Rev H F Dunagan will start to Scranton to hold a pro meted meeting Friday CLAY COUNTY CIIFST UTUUIIO Chestnutburg May 9Uornto Mrs Leo Poo a fine boYRegular services will be held at Els Branch next Sunday by Rev Woods Mrs Elizabeth Bishop Is very slck3Irs Maxwell who hits typhoid fever Is better Laura Banks Is very III with grip Hobart Barks who got his leg broke Is getting along very wellMr Mad dens little son got his leg broke the other day by a gale falling on him Mr lipton Banks is very ill with ripMiss Lucyi Robinson wits visit ing her sister Laura Chestnut ESTILL COUNTY rox Fox May 1lA number of our cit hens have gone to hunting and fish Ing for a livelihood since It rains uo much that they cant farm Alfred Johnson killed a large ground hog and a hawkF C Click bought a nice two year old mule at Richmond Monday Price JlOT Nelson Curtis lost the large swarm of bees that he got out of A tree In his pastureMrs Charley Tribble and little son started from the house to u lot near the barn a few days ago to get some hogs away from the chickens and had reached the lot fenco when It began to rapt They started back to the house to walt till the rain was over and Just as they started back a stroke of light ning struck the barn burning it down and knocked them both to the ground but did not Injure them badly F C Click and family were the guests of N E Curtis and family Sunday The Sunday school at this place Is planning to get up some ex ercises for Childrens Day June 7th Wade Park and Miss Flora Arvin were married the 7th They have our best wishes for a happy and prosperous lIfeMr John Moberly expects t readyorfrom John Warners farm to Lewis RIcharrlsona farmAunt Lizzie Rho dUB nad Ethel Rose visited at Mrs Anne Clicks Wednesday Mr Mat Brandenburgs little son is very ilL owsunr COUNTY STUIIOKON Sturgeon May 7Rev Albert Dow man filled his regular appointment at the Royal Oak SundayThe singing at New Hope is progressing nicely with Mr J A Hunter as teacher F N and W G Brewer mado a bus- Iness trip to Bcattyvllle last week Mr J F Lynch sold a cow for 41 David Bowman Jr was taken ill last week illAKK Blake May 8Mrs Margaret Mo George of Island City passed thru hero on a business trip to D It Moores G C Roberts our old farmer Is preparing for a large crop Cur tis Burch has purchased a fine saddle horse for J110 Melvln Short has quit buying calves and gone to form ing Mose Matthews made a business trip to Sturgeon Thomas McOeorgo and G W Carl nrn going into the mercantile business near thE Banks Hollow The name of the firm is Mo George Carl and Co Incorporated J C Gentry was hero on busing Thursday the 7thU 14 Bcckncll and Dave lUll are going west for their health W B Roberta is pre paring for a large crop Ti + CRNT Vlnvent MaytMr S P Caudell and wife were at church at Vincent Sunday Trigs Brandenburg of Buck Creek visited his brother Charlie of Vincent Thursday Quito a crown from In and around Vincent was over at Booneville Monday at County court and other minor businesses Mr Rolo Venable of this place has caught one large opossum and nineteen young ones nil of one gang and says that he means to tame themW H Yen able was at Beattyvllle Monday ou business Mr nnd Mrs Patrick Mays of this place were visiting relatives In Jackson CountyJohn Brewer and Ed Hurst were over at Bnnnnvllle Monday on business James Price ot this place Is In Powell County at pro eatThere Is a Rood crop of peaches and apples in and round Vincent this year ISTANH CITY island City May 8 Margaret Mc Georgo after a two weeks visit to Clay County has returned home Sheriff G BWIUou and Deputy W M Allen were In Island Creek this wk John W Huff at Jackson County has move ed into the residence of W M Stew art on Sycamore T D St John left for Richmond Saturday to buy mules Haryuy Ambrose ot this place aged 54 years married Thursday to Miss uaS Bigs Hunt and Raines have moved their saw and grist mill back to the same old plncpon Holly Fork Judge Brewer who has for the past two weeks been In Frankfort has returned home The judge obtained 500 for Owaley County Everybody has n word of congratulation for the Judge The Island City Bargain store of J C Gentrys has Just received a five hundred dollar stock of ladles and mens shoes JACKSON COUNTY AMNVI1L- KAnnllle May 10Elder J N Cul ton of Richmond passed thru hero last Veduebday on his way to Rock Spring and Flat Lick where he had dates to hold his regular meetings Mr Lee J Webb went to London today to be a juror at this Federal court Dr A T Neal bought from parties in Clark County a good saddle horse for 125 Revs Anderson Cornelius and Able Gabbard preached to a large and attentive congregation today It being the regular time for communion Little Lulla Johnson is very sick Mr Henry Ingram of Berea Is visiting Tome folks for a few days Charlie Smith of Egypt was visiting friends here last night and todayJluS- arah Johnson of Moores Creek attended church here todayIr ft all the teachers In this part have begun to look for schools Most all of the republicans In this part of the county would Ike to see Taft get the nomin tionMr Steve Casteel and family of East Bernstadt nra visiting re latives and friends herein few days MiMMtrn Mildred May IiThpra will be ser vices at Flat Lick Frday evening and also Sunday evening J G Morris and W Hays are yarding staves for th+ Steel Stavo Co this week Miss Maggie Welch 15no better at this writing Mr James H Moore has gone back to Barbourvllle Ky We were sorry to give up Mr Moore he fsn Jolly good fellowMr Ben Reed made a lying trip to Island Creek Saturday The Jackson Circuit Court didnt Indict very many of the boys thfS turnWp think Mr H C Faulkner our jUdgo has about flopped the whlnkey business and shooting on the public highway DODBUCUCK Doublellck May 9 Mr Joseph Gatllff of Hamilton 0 Is visiting home folks at Doublellck this week Miss Emma Lunsford of Clover Dot tom visited Nannie Wjtt Saturday night Mr Tom Cruso of Doublellck has given up farming and goneto Be rea Heart trouble the cause Miss Rena Witt is very low with whooping dough Mr Alln Lunsford and ton started to Clay County thin morning Johnnie Barrett of this place baa moved to Charlie Azbllls ot Clover Bottom Miss Nannie Witt will visit relatives at Valley View the fifteenth of the month imiKL Ethel May 8My daughter Clara Rice rgo 17 years 8 months and 23 days passed from this life May 0 1908 Wo dont bellevQ our child U dead foot IIvoth that our loss is her stoma gain We aro so lonely with her but Gods will bo done not ours We hope to see our child again where parting will be no moro and we wish to extend our heart felt thanks to all neighbors for their kind assistance given us In caring for our child also our doctors and Dr Hornsby It seemed he did all in his power to save our child U S G Rice OLIN Olin May DDan Mrdiock has had a vamnila built RHcy Moore passed thru here yesterday on ids way homo from Hamilton 0 where ho has been for some timeMr nod Mrs John Simpson and Miss Alice Stewart vie ited this family of Mr Robert Kldd Saturday night and Sunday Mr liar ry Brlpgs of Island Creek Owiley County brought a drove of rMMft In here yesterday to put them on the range Miss Mattie Murray who Inca been visiting her brother for a tow days returned home today Mr Willie Mrdiock made a business trip to Tom Morriss Sunday evening Mr Bailey Simpson of Plug Trott traded his saddle more for a mnlea James Hayes and Hiram Turner made n business trip to Annrlll today ciovm norm Clover Bottom May 10Lewls Mo Gulre hall a pleasant walk over to Goochland to visit Ms parents Sir and Mrs Hoary McGulrc A number from this placo attended church at Kcrby Knob last Sunday to hear the Evangelist Jones and F MOberly William D Baker who left homo al most two years ago came homo last Saturday to visit a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs James Baker Ho has now gono back to Winchester KyThere tins been a protracted log rolling In this neighborhood for the post two weeks and tho end Is not In sight yet James Durham is preparing to have his logs rolled The Infant child of James Durham Is very sick Albert Powell was a wel come visitor at Lewis McGulres Sun dayZair McGuIro nnd Robert Shoiisi spent Friday night with their brother here iiDulIInitic Mlddlcfork May 9 Cashj the in fant son of Mrs Cap Wilson who has been seriously HI for several days under the care of Dr J D lays in slowly Improving Mr Dan Lear Is very low with consumption There will bo Sunday school at Old Union every Sunday at t oclock everybody Is Invited to come and help Mlddlcfork May DDied May Cth Miss Mary Shelton Sho had been a sufferer for many days with hrnrt dropsy She hero her suffering with patience Sho was n member of the Dljclpls church abut fur yon She leaves a father sister and nnn brother and many friends to mourn her lost Slater thou hart gone and left tin And Ihy IPM wn deeply feel But tis God that hn+ bereft tie He win our sorrows heel OUt Anwl AICOIIX Alcorn May OMiss Mary A Rog- ersI and Mr Dill Wells were married last week Miss Rogers Js sixtyfour years old and Mr Well seventysix Mr Evergreen a Tha couple passed thru today and a largo crowd gathered at the depot to them as they passed They will locate in Happytap ii van Hugn May l1lIr and Mrs Lewis Porker of Cincinnati 0 are visiting his parents and friends of this place Mrs pardon Azblll was the guest of Mrs Alice Bongo Wednesday Mr Ebb of Rod Lick was tho of Mrs Molren Azblll lash weekMr Robert Halo sold mule for I117CO Mrs Elizabeth Halo and grand daughter Maggie Bongo were of Mrs Margaret Powell on Long Branch Saturday MUs Grace Parks was the guest of Miss Beatrice Halo Sunday Wo would be glad to have some one organize a Sunday school In this vicinity There will be church at the old White Spring church Sunaday Everybody Is Invited Elmer Click nee Williams Gordon Dean and Miss Marc I BOIIRO were the guests of Bessie and Lllllo Sunda- yURLIT Hurley May 9Mr and Mrs Jake Gabbard visited Mr and Mrs B H Colo Thursday night Mrs L Coin was the of Mrs Pcarlle Gab bard Sunday Wiley Hurley and Joe Williams made a trip to Kan Bernstadt goods Monday jJjJJ Mr Sarah Burley had a wool Ing Monday Saturday and Sunday will bo regular church meeting at this place Cello MoDanlel and Rcttlo and Tom visited ot Mr Crts Roberts Saturday night Dan McCollum has Mrs Frank Gabbard Is very poorly Friendship resembles winethe old er betterIt lJ joke A miMing suspender buttton often leave man In suspense I I BARGAINSI i FOR OUR OLD SUBSCRIBERSi I OUR BEST BARGAIN IS i THE CITIZEN I A paper gives you more than the worth of your money amt is growing hatter all the time You know what a good paper you hlT been getting You can got others as cheap but either they are not as good or they are not made for the mountains or they do not give as much Just look at n Jew of i the things wo aro giving you now 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