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I- IUEAI PUILISHING i CO- 1ceUarORATt6j i FROST Mansur 1 fSTAILIY JWtIJ Perea1 t lVflfwul e e e o oe e o e e Sol IX Five cents a MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 21 1008 One Dollar a year No 47 nn KolulU ut tin Avumlnln rrrtbjrlrrUn Church rlmlr of Cincinnati who will nine In the MFMUh In llrnn June 1 SINGERS FOR THE MESSIAH Preparations for the hiving of tho Messiah In Commencement week hero have been completed and there is iiAiru niiiiir- Wlio hit Irnltmt Mir Clintu and will dlrrrl lit ringing uf tlin MrMlnli no doubt that It will bo ono of the best things ever seven In Dcrca Thrc soloists of wide reputation will come down for the occasion from the Avon dale Ire htterlan Church of Cincin nati of v Jen Rev Dr Goes k pas tor They are among the best singers In Cincinnati and their singing of tho wonderful solos In the great re ligious musical masterpiece will bo worth going miles to hear Prof Rig by tho Ucrta Musical Director who will take tho tenor solos himself has MISS CAMlllKM 1lnnUt wlvr will piny lit 1114 111110 carefully trained a chorus of 100 voices nod this chorus is prepared to do Justice to tho wonderful music Tho singing will be led by an orchestra of nine places Tho concert will be given In tho College Chapel beginning at 730 Monday night Juno 1- MATTHEWS OUT It Is jfrorte In the newspapers and elsewhere that John Matthews haw withdrawn from his alempt to tMcot D C Edwards for Congress In the Eleventh Thfl Citizen has not been able to teach Mr Matthews to confirm this but it has not boon denied nud as he has not been very successful in his canvass thcre ia good reason to believe it true 8fc Marriage is a lottery In which men stoke their liberty h d women their happiness Mme do Rleux A woman without a laugh In her U the greatest bore in existence Thackery J t I THE CITIZEN I Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People i copyBEEEA NEWS OF THE WEEK Over 10000 People Drowned Presi dent Right In Discharging Negroes CourljSays Rioting In Cleveland Airship Wrecked FLOOD KILLS 10OOOA big wave which went ashore at Hangow China and caused a flood resulted In tho drowning of about 10000 Chinese I RIGHT TO DISCHARGE NEGROES The question of whether tho Pres ident had a right to discharge the negro soldiers for rioting in Browns ville Tex last year has been decided In his fa or by Judge Hough ot the U S Circuit Court In New York Tho question was brought before the court by one of the dlRchargciL soldtrrs who sued for back pay till the date when his enlistment expired alleging that the President had no right to discharge him The Circuit Cour said that the presidents right ecu not be nora clearly stated than It is In tho articles of war Of course tho case will bo carried to the Supremo Court RIOTING IN STRIKE There Is a strike for higher wages by tho motor men and conductors of the Street ea In Cleveland where there were such bloody riots a tow years ago Already there lULl been serious rioting and several men have been badly hurt but tho men havo not succeeded In tying up the lines AIRSHIP WRECKED Tho Wright airship which has been making such successful nights In North Carolina was wrecked in tho moment of its greatest triumph The machine had lust flown eight miles in about seven minutes and was going to alight when the driver touched the wrong lover and It came down too fast be- Ing broken to pieces No one was hurt TAFT BACK Secretary Tart re turned Sunday from his trip to Pa nama Ho Is In good health and tho newspaper men say he seems pleased with the political situation ROOT FOR CHIEF JUST1CE There ia a report that Pres Roose veil wilt before he retires appoint Secretary Root Chief Justice of the U S Supremo Court It has been understood for some time that Justice Fuller who now holds the place would soon resign and it is not customary to appoint one of tho Associate Jus tices chief Mr Root is probably tho most brilliant lawyer in flits country and there is no reason to believe that he will not make a great Chief Jus tics but ho was in his younger years connected with several big trusts and for that reason he will bo violently opposed by many men As Roosevelt has a sort of reputation for hating the trusts ant as he has been In close contact with Mr Root for years it is likely that Mr Root Is pretty sate for tho country MRS iUNNESS DEAD Positive proot that Mrs Gunness tho great murderess was burned In the rulna of her home was found Tuesday when miners discovered the false teeth plates which had been fastened In her moiith 7000 PEOPLE WILL BE THERE 1855 BEREA 1908 COMMENCEMENTWednesday HON W W STETSON of Maine and Other Great Orators SUNDAY MAY 311045 a m Sermon to Graduates President Frost 730 p m Address to Christian Societies Rev Sam Howe D Dof Norwich Conn MONDAY JUNE i Oratorio the Messiah Harmonia Society assisted by the Avondale Presbyterian Church soloists of Cincinnati O TUESDAY JUNE 2 Address to Literary Societies Rev John L Hoyt D DI of Hudson O HOMESPUN FAIR Exhibit and Prizes HomespunCoverlids with Kettle Dyes Linen Baskets etc See list on sixthjpage SOMETHING FOR NOTHING There aro a treat many people who are all tho timo trying to got something for nothing to buy gold bricks for less than they think tile are worth to cheat their neighbors on a deal to pick up a little graft they are not entitled toIn short to beat the world out of something they have not earned People are learning by hard expel ience that this does not pay in a business waytho gold bricks are worthless it a man does gain n few dollars on a crooked horse trade he also gets enough ill will to hurt him a good many times more than the money is worth and so on so it is getting to be one way of cast lug discredit on a man to say be is one of those fellows that is all thqUme trying to get something for nothing But there is one place that we have not learned to apply the rule that we get what we give and it Is in the very place where it is truest t That is when it comes to giving ourselves in our intercourse with our fellows How many of us there are who are surly and cross and selfish and bumptious in our dealings who are always looking out for number one and then complain because we have so few friends and because everybody seems turned against us When any man is put in that position it is his own fault Love can bo bought for a price and that price is sympathy and goodwill and admiration and charitable thoughts and lovo on our own part and it wo give these things we will get them back in the long run many times over Wo may give part of them to some unworthy person like seed sown on barreu ground but the seed that does get into good soil rswill bear fruit many old end tho way to be sure of reaching all the good soil is to sow broadcast The seed must be good however A puton kindness will not bring back any of these fine results for people know without any definite proof whether or not our attitude toward them is right Xo matter how good our actions may be if we are feeling wrong toward n man in our own hearts he will feel it and we will not get the love wo think we have earned It is only good money that will bring pre claus friendships it is only true love for our follows that will make them love us But when we give them the real thing when we really act toward others as we should want them to act toward us we in the end be enriched many hid That is a rule which has never failed we get what we give So if any of us feels that ho or she ie not getting very much love and admiration and respect from tho people around us tho thing to do is not to blame other people but to think carefully of ourselves and see whether we are really earning the things we want AN EARLY START FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS Tho public schools for the coming summer may begin the first of July Thoro are a great many reasons for having these schools be gin on the first day ou which they may legally bo opened Towards tho cud of the term bad weather and bad Toads mako it difficult for tho children to attend If we are going to got tho greatest benefit from these schools we must arrange to have them begin early and to have oil the children promptly ou hand tho first day This means that school Trustees must make their tngngementll- RDllhaTo the school houses ready It means also that parents must plan their work and have their Children ready Tho people of this region are not getting tho benefit they might and should from the public schools Lot us all tako hold together and do betterIbis year POLITICAL NOTES Taft Certain of Nomination on First Ballot Senate Votes for Appalachian Forest Reserve Currency Bill Fight TAFT FIGHT AVON Thoro Is no longer the slightest doubt It there evar has been any that Taft will bo nominated on the first ballot In the last few days the lost of the state conventions have been held and now there are C86 delegates instructed for Taft which Is 95 more than enough to nominate him Tho rest of the nomination will be merely a matter of Corm and the convention la likely to bo a dull one so far as the choice of a presldental candidate is concern ed VOTES FOR FOREST RESERVK The Senate has passed the bill for a forest r serve in the Appalachian and White tJtg If the bill pawed the louse It will mean the buying up by the government or many millions ot acres of lands in theso mountains for use as a forest reserve and also to prevent floods in the lower parts ot riversCURRENCY FIGHT The Houso of Representatives has finally passed the Vreel and Currency Bill which has already been described In these columns and sent it to the Senate The Senate amended it by cutting oil all but tho title and substituting too Aldrich Bill which it had already passed Now the two houses will have to agree on some sort of compromise or there will be no currency legislation by this congress DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN TION The Democratic State Central Committed leas called the state convention to meet in Lexington Tune 11 Thq Convention passed a resola than pledging the state to Bryan 1- l THE BEREA COMMENCEMENT Doubtless the Citizen reaches some readers who have never attended a Derea Commencement There is noth ing like it in Kentucky or any of the surrounding states The Taber nacle is always thronged with eager listeners to the student exhibitions and the great speeches which follow Perhaps the interest is highest just before twelve oclock when the stu dents receive their diplomas Outside of the Tabernacle there are thousands of people visiting the Col lege buildings the Fair of Fireside Industries the Chapel tower the Library and other exhibitions each of which is a show in itself We especially hope that all visitors this year will call at the Bruce Printing Building and see where the Citizen Is printed We can show to them the best printing press In the state n typesetting machine and other things of great interest ADJUSTMENT FUND How Berea Is Meeting Burdens Im posed by thl Day Law Tho Trustees of Berea College have definitely set aside 200000 of the properties of the Institution for the benefit of the colored people They have appointed a Committee of their own number to use the Income of this money for the benefit of the col ored people and to bring about the establishment of a well equipped col ored school somewhere in Kentucky This change in administration requires an extensive adjustment The Institu tion nefrls 200000 to restore the a mount set apart for the colored people In other Words that its work may move forward unlmpared On the other hand it needs more than 200000 to start such a colored school as this state needs Accordingly an effort Is being made to raise an Adjustment Fund ofr 400OOtTowards this sum Mr Andrew Carnegie has subscribed 205000 and other friends of education have subscribed 88000 more The colored people themselves have undertaken to raise a considerable sum Until the entire amount has been subscribed no steps will bo taken towards selecting a location or erecting buildings but it is hopd that this great subscription can be completed at an early date While waiting for this school to begin Berea College Is paying railroad expenses and otherwise assisting about ICO col ored students who are attending other Institutions o oe ae f IThe Citizen Is Qrawine Rap iItlslng o ososososoeosoeosososopoo MONEY TALKS What Makes a Bank Safe and How te tell Which Bank Is Best4 Some people do not know how to judge of the safety of a bank There are Just two things upon which the safety of every bank de pends and these two things are the banks officers and its capital stock The banks capital stock is the amount of Its own money which it has Invested in the business to guar antee the safety of your dpeoslts If the banks capital Is largo enough and It its affairs are looked after by honest successful men of good char acter and good business ability then the bank is safe beyond doubt For example the Berea Bank and Trust Companys capital Is fifty thou sand dollars and the stock holders n are liable for fifty thousand more which is security for the safety of your deposits TIll Directors of the Berea Dank and Trust Company are J J Moore J W Herndon E T Fish P Cor nelius Chas Burdette I F Dean A W Stwart W H Porter and JW Dinsmore Compare this with what other banks offer you and then decide for your self where you want to put your money Berea Bank ft Trust Co tHE COLLEGES YEAR Following Commencement will be the annual meeting of the Trustees ot Berea College and the annual re ports are now being prepared These reports will show a surprising work accomplished during the past year More than 1150 students have been in attendance at Berea ioraleagor or shorter tlm6 during this school year Besides these 160 colored stu dents have been aided by Berea Col lege In attending other Institutions showing that the total number tint Berea has helped toward an education Is more than 1300 Ten students will graduate from tha College Depart ment The Normal Department gradu ates the largest number In Its history 18 There would be more but the haveIbeen four courses of study ademy which not only prepares stu dents for College but also gives the best instruction for students Who without a College course wish to pass at once for the business lite Grad cntu 4 a suit rREsOLV D THAT Ir YoU DONT RIDE At icRSE You Jt1oULD RIDE A OBBV THE BEST HOBBY A PERsoN CAN I1AVE1S- A PENCHANT fOR QxJI LAT1IREt BECAUSE Thi THAN You Do 0BETrER YOV1LLt Yoe Do EsrERTUAt4 YoU 1 Do BUSTER f I e el CutJt rnrrfrpwaey TJIr oeiT rn I YOU WIsH TO IMPROVE YOUR CONDITION Do YOU NOT IF Jo IMPROVE YOUR LOOKS YOUR rACE AND FIGURE WILL LooK A GREAT DEAL BETTER IF YOU PUT THE PRoPER THINGS UPON YOUR FIGURE WHEN YOU GO VISITING YOU WILL MEET WITH A WARMER I WELCOME IF YOU WEAR SETTER CLOTHES IF YOU WEAR POOR GARMENTS WILL YOU BE WELCOME AT AL- LCOYLE I I r I You Pay LessOr Get MoreI 0- I 1- T t BOB llAMPTO I Off PlA RJL- vMuPAmsIYAurIaP4v itllllf IIMR11f fIl5J1I1 l 7YOfIr1 llr- J1 TartIl1JiWcff J 1C1 7PA Tk1FA1AtkrP tlrU d T SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth Inv fantrr tram Fort trapped by Indians In ft narrow gorge Among them U a stranger who Introduces lilmsel by the name or Hampton also Glllls tho post trader and his daughter dlllls and u majority of the noWier are tilled dur nlf K three days siege Hampton and the girl only escape from the They fall exhausted on the plain A company of the Seventh rant In command and them Jiampton- ftnd the girl stop at the Jtlner llom In Olencald Mrs Duffy proprietress lIamp ton talks the future over with Miss GI- IUsthe Kid She shown him her mother s picture and tells him what shoCRn of her parentage and life They decide she shall live with MIII llerndon Nuida the Kidruns away from Mrs llerndons And rejoins Hampton He Induces her to go back and to have nothing morn to do with him Hampton plays hIli laetgame of cards He announces to ned Slnvln GlenCHAPTER lie swept the circle of excited faces this eyes glowing like two diamonds his thin lips compressed into a single straight line Mr Slavin appears to have lost his previous sense of humor ho reo marked calmly I will now make my statement for the third time this was fnjr last game Perhaps somo of you gentlemen also may discover this to beamusingThe strained breathing of the motionless crowd was his only answer and a half smile of bitter contempt curled Hamptons lips as ho swept over them 11 last defiant glance Not Quito so humorous as It seemed to be at first I reckon ho commented dryly Slavin and ho prodded the red giant once more with his foot rm going out If you mako any attempt to leave this room within the next five minutes Ill kill you in your tracks as I would a mad dog You tacked cards twice tonight but the last Urns I beat you fairly at your own game He held aside the heavy curtains with his left hand and backed slowly out facing them the deadly revolver ablnlng ominously In the other Not a man moved Slavin glowered at him from the floor an Impotent curse upon his lips Theri the red drapery fell While the shadows of the long night atlll hung over the valley Nalda toss lag restlessly upon her strange bed within the humble yellow house at the fork of the trails was aroused to wakefulness by the pounding of aa horses hoofs on the plank bridge spanning the creek She drew aside the curtain and looked out shadings her eyes to see clearer txur glass All she perceived was a somewhat deeper smudgo when the rider swept rapidly past horse and man a shapeless shadow Three hours Hater she awoke again this time to the full glare of day and to tho remembrance that she was now facing a new life As she lay there thinking her eyes troubled but tearless far away on the sun klssed uplands Hampton aIIreadyweariness r CHAPTER X The Arrival of Miss Spencer Miss Phoebe Spencer tho pioneer I school teacher of Qlencald came dl reef from the far east her starting point some little Junction place back t In Vermont although she proudly tamed Boston as her home having oace visited In that metropolis for three delicious weeks She was of an i ardent Impressionable nature Her mInd was nutured upon eastern con j ccutions of our common country her ofiromanceytawny Missouri All ted so dif iferent from that established life to which she bad grown accustomed the people the country the plctui esque language while her brain B0 teemed with lurid pictures of border experiences and heroes as to reveal j romantic possibilities everywhere As rtier career eyes traced the serrated ipcaks of a snQw lad mountain range luer heart throbbed with antlcfpalloi ref wonders tto come Jlbmcslci seas was a thing undreamed ofheractive brain responded to each new Sarjresslon t Sh sat comfortatbly ensconced la I 4C back seat of tho old tattered red surrounded by cushions for pro action from continual bouncing as the Jehn tn charge urged his restive Ii nsules down the desolate valley of them hear Water Her chcchs were flushed quesbt Is with the breeze as pretty a picture of i couldIthis fact During the final stage of IIi 1 er Journey she had found two congenial souls sufficiently picturesque to harmonize with her Ideas of wild western romance thertoUllldeIJ i eta WVliiltj 4 to liLt rival Tke blf ftt- Vt r i + I R I I iniTMonclay Iqw his arm run carelessly through tho leather sling hla bare head projecting halt out of the open window was Jack Mortal haif owner of the Golden Rule and enjoying a well earned reputation as Uio most ornate and artistic liar In tho territory For two hours ho had been exercising his talent to the full and merely paused now In search of some fresh inspire Uon holding In supreme and silent contempt the rather feeble Imitations of his iezs gifted companion The fly In tho ointment of this long days ride tho third party whose un desirable presence and persona knowledge of Mr Mortals past career rather seriously Interfered with the latters flights of Imagination was William McNeil foreman of the Bar V ranch over on Slnslnlwa creek Mc Neil was not much of a talker having an impediment In his speech and be Ing a trifle bashful In the presence of a lady nut he caught the oyca slenderly built reckless fellow smoothly shaven with a strong chin and bright laughing eyesnnd as he lolled carelessly back In his bearskin chaps and widebrimmed sombrero occasionally throwing in some cool Insinuating comment regarding Mof fats recitals the latter experienced a strong Inclination to heave him overboard Tho slight hardening of Mc Nells eyes at such moments had thus far served however as sufficient re straint while the unobservant Miss Spencer unaware of the silent duel thus being conducted in her very pres admlraiHonly laying the foundations for future troubleWhy how truly remarkable she exclaimed her cheeks glowing Its all so different from the east heroism seems to bo In tho very air of this country and your adventure was so very unusual Dont you think so Mr McNeil The foreman hitched himself suddenly upright his face unusually solemn Whyohyes missyou mightehay that He with flit of his hand toward the other ehreminds mmofohan old frlond Indeed 1 How extremely Interest Ingt eagerly scenting a new story Please tell me who it was Mr Mc NeUOhehItnew him when I was t boyehMunchausen Mr Moffat drew In his head violent ly With an cxclamatl6a nearly profane yet before he could speak Miss Spencer intervened Munchausenl Why Mr McNeil you surely do not Intend to question the truth of Mr Mortals narrative The foremans eyes twinkled humor ously but the lines of his face re manned calmly Impassive ldyehr- cftuJncebo explained gravely was ehenUrely to thoobIocal color theohexpert touchos oar Yes Itsehhad tasto ont here toohdoubt anybudys word on publicly Moffat stirred uneasily his hand Hung behind him but McNeil was gaz- Ing into the ladys fair face appar catty unconscious of any other pres once fiat al1 this Use you have atta eared me MlTi any of your own Cot ventures Mr McNeil I am very sure you must have had hundreds out on thcso wide plains Tho somewhat embarrassed foreman shook his head discouragingly Oh but I just know you have only you are so modest about recounting them that scar Just under your hairreally It Is not at all unbecoi Ing surely that reveals a story Was it caused by an Indian arrow McNeil crossed his legs and wiped his damp forehead with tho back of his hand Hoot ot a damn pace mule ho explained forgetting himself Theehcuss lifted me ten feet Moffat laughed hoarsely but as the foreman straightened up quickly the amazed girl joined happily In and his own taco Instantly exhibited tho contagion Alnt muchihover happens out on n ranch ho said doubtfully except dodgln steers andehbustln broncocs Moffat had his head craned out of th3 window onco more In I1n apparent determination to Ignore all further frivolous remarks Suddenly ho point ed directly ahead Theres Olencald now Miss Sper car ho said cheerfully Thais the spiro of tho new Presbyterian church sticking up ubovo tho ridge Oh Indeed How glad I am to bo aafo at last hdlll you happen tooh recognize tho church asked Mr McNeil with evldcijt admiration Youchcant see It from tho sn loon MofTnt disdained and the lurching stage rolled rapidly down the valley tho mules now lashed into a wild gallop to tho accompanl meat of the drivers whip The hoofs clattered acrons the narrow bridge and with a sudden swing all came to a sharp stand amid a cloud ot dust before a naked yellow house Heres where you get out miss announced the Jehu leaning down from his scat to iVeerwlthln This yero is the Herndon shebang The gentlemen inside assisted Miss Spencer to descend in safety to tho weed bordered walk where sho stood shaking her ruined plumage Into ihape and giving directions regarding her luggage Then tho two gentle men emerged Moffat bearing a grip case a bandbox and basket while McNeil supported a shawlstrap and a small trunk Thus decorated they meekly followed her lead up the narrow path toward tho front The latter opened suddenly and Mrs I r You Will Prsmlst Wont You silent a miss Now hero How reply noisy a door Herndon bounced forth with voclfe ous welcome Why Phoebe Spencer and have you really come I dldnt expect youd get along before next week Oh this seems too nice to see you again al most an good as going home to Voi mont You must bo completely tired outDear Aunt Lydia of course Im glad to be hero lint Im not In the least tired Ive had such a delightful trip She glanced round smilingly upon her perspiring cavaliers Oh pUt those things down gentlemen anywhere there on the grass They CM be carried In later It was so kind of you both Hey there sang bat tho driver growing Impatient If you two genti are almin to go down town with this outfit youd better be pllln fa lively for I cant stay hero all day Moffat glanced furtively aside at McNeil only to discover that IndI- vidual quietly seated oa the trunk He promptly dropped his own grip Drive on with your butchers cart ho called out spitefully 1 reckon its no special honor to ride to town Tho pleasantly smiling young worn an glanced from one to the other bar eyes fairly dancing as the lumbering coach disappeared through the red duct How very nice of you to remain the exclaimed Aunt Lydia 1 ara so uuiwm tatyow to meet mi rt ids Mr Neatii4 Mr rtcKert Tihave been ss thoughtful and eatertl Ing all tho way up the Bear Water and they explained so many thloll that I did not understand She swept Impulsively down toward them both hands extended tho bright glances of her eyes bestowed mpar tlally I cannot invite you to coma Into the house now she exclaimed sweetly for I nm almost like a stranger hero myself but I do hope you will both of you call I shall be so very lonely at first and you are my earliest acquaintances You will promise wont you- McNeil bowed painfully clearing his throat but Moffat succeeded in expressing lids pleasure with a well rounded sentence I felt sure you would Tint now I must really say goodby fur this time and go In with Aunt Lydia I know 1 must bo getting horribly burned out here In this hot sun I shall always be so grateful to you both And tho two radiant knights walked together toward tho road author uttering A word CHAPTER XI Becoming Acquainted Once within the cool shadows of Ute llving room Mrs Herndon agMn bethought herself to kiss her niece In afresh glow of welcome while the latter sank Into a convenient rocker and began enthusiastically expressing her unbounded enjoyment of tho west and I of the Impressions gathered during her Journey Suddenly tho elder woman glanced about and exclaimed laughingly Why I had completely forgotten You have not yet met your roommate Come out hero Nalda this is my niece Phoebe Spencer Tho girl thus addressed advanced a slender graceful figure dressed In white and extended her hand shyly Miss Spencer clasped It warmly ltet eyes upon the flushed wlnsotnc face And Is this Nalda dlllls she cried I am so delighted that yon aro still here and that wo are to bt together Aunt Lydia has written It much about you that I feel as If we must have known each other tot years Why how pretty you are Naldas cheeks were burning anther eyes fell but sho had never yet succeeded In conquering the blunt la dependence ot her speech Nobody else over says soM sl4e said uneasily Perhaps Its the light Miss Spencer turned her about see nl to taco the window Ycll you are sho announced dccslvlr J- guess I know youve got mactvlfle hair and your eyes are perfectly won lorful You Just dont fix yourflrlt of right Aunt Lydia never did have IUlJ taste fir such things but Ill make I now glr out of you Lets go upstili Im simply dying to see our room and Get some ot my dresses unpacXi They must look perfect frights by this lime They came down perhaps aa hor later hand In hand and chattering like old friends Tho shades ot early evening were already falling across the valley Hcrndoo had returned home from his days work and hd brought with him Hev Howard Wyn koop for supper Miss Spencer viewed the young man with approval and Im icdlately became more than usually vivacious in recounting the incidents of her long Journey together with her early Impressions of tho western cous try Mr Wynkoop responded with see interest far from being assumed I have found It all so strange so unique Mr Wynkoop she explained The country Is like n new world tame and the people do not seem at all like those of the east They lead such a wild untrammeled life Everything about seems to exhale the spirit of ro manse dont you find It so Ho smiled at her enthusiasm hta glance ot undisguised admiration oa- her face I certainly recall soiacrsuc earlier conception he admitted hose Just arriving from tho cnvlro meat of an older civilization porcch merely the picturesque elements but- my later experiences have been de cldedly prosaic Why Mr Wynkoop how cou they LeT Your work Is heroic It It srfcctly grand Why tho very men I met seem to yield me a brooder coi cepUon of life and duty they are st- brave so modest so active IsU MrIfoffat a member of your church The minister cleared his throat hie- cheeks reddening Mr ifoltaUb no not exactly Do you nsan tU Iheowner Jack Moffat1 Yes I think so he told me bt- owned a minethe Golden Rule the- Dame was the very choice iWord- would seem to Indicate his rellglou nature You have the only church le Olencald I understand and I wondei greatly he has never Joined you Bin perhaps ho may be prejudiced agnln- your denomination There is so mud narrowness In religion nut I del- levery prejudice east of the Missouri she declared laughingly every ose- social and religious Im going to tx a true westerner from the top of my- head to the toe of ray shot Is M- rMcNeUIlour church The minister hesitated I really de not recall the name he confessed al- last reluctantly IlcarcelythIBkJc- aB have ever met the gentleman TO BB CONTINOBpj Busybedle jf never saw such a rubberneck neeredlrl Gabble Just because the doctorsIpped at our house ye- terday she ImmedlateTf wanted It- know what was the matter Yet- IrCllIed Mrs Ntbor 1 wonder hew- shcd like the rest of us to be that- curious about her You know the doe- tor stopped at her house today too- You dont sly I wouder whats thi- matter thereCafhv iiteadar4 sad Tlaiea f qtyng Jr1iViijiJ Sfr BRUSSELS SPROUTS As1 Easy to Grow as Cabbage and More Profitable Anyone who cnn grow cabbage can grow brussels sprouts Everyone who likes cabbage will like brusuols sprouts better lint the same carelessness that produces wooly rankflavored cabbage will have n like offocl on brumlB tiprouU Yet people who give the plant a fair trial In tho garden and the kitchen soon swell tho ranks of the lovers of this popular vegetableAny spll that will grow good Typical Brussels Sprouts cabbage can be relied upon to produce good sprouts An ample supply of humus and nitrogenous fool In the soil Is desirable as in the case of any other leaf crops Tho seed may he sown at the same time and in the sumo way as cabbage seed Fur loryI early crops It may be sown In n cold frame In Into tall protected during winter with mats or shutters and the plants set out an early In tho spring as the ground can be worked For second early says Orange Judd Former It may bo sown In early spring and transplanted In April tint since tho plant makes most delicate ly flavored heads during cool wcatl cr tho most popular time of sowing II JuneWhen thus grown the young plll1tlI are set out in the garden 3x2 fro t apart at six weeks old and given clean cultivation for six weeks From Sop tember Until hard freezing they need little or no attention unless the season be very dry In such cases liberal watering will improve the quality and quantity ot the sprouts The bulk of tho picking Is done between October and December though In mild winters especial ly In the middle sections and In the southern states some may bo gathered until March and oven April LEAF CURL IN POTATOES Can Be Prevented by Handling of Potatoes Before Planting To prevent leaf curl in potatoes dr not expose tho tubers on dry shelves nil the winter where they are likely to fluctuate with external conditions sail thuj lose a certain amount of moisture after every frost when the temperature rises outside again Instead pie the tubers down for the winter exclude air and thus lIre- vent shriveling which a greater evil than tho loss of a sprout Allow suMcletit time to elapse before covering for the winter so that heat Is nol generated when a quantity Is placed together thus Is regulated according to the on and the kind of weather In lifting time Never use the wellnetted highly ripened tubers for planting punioeet Plant much later for stock purposen morn especially if you persist in replanting your own produce This ap plies to all soils only doubly so to poor dry sandy land 1 do not think says a writer in Farmers Voice anyone can realize the importance of planting unripeued tubers for giving Increased vigor uu teas they themselves set to work and- test It- Karth plaster cemonl or brick floors are far better than dry boarded Ioons for storing upon because they are colder It the tubers are not pled down cold underground collar are tho best places to store In for the winter Planting a Few Cowpeas For a small crop I find the follow- Ing method very goodt First turn your Jroundln the winter so it can mol JOV up Then take the doublo plow- with 3lnofa plows and ctOtHbreak earl Y IB MtiY- to or before weeds begin come up About May 10 or 1- take your double plow with 4Inc plows and let a good fast dropper go behind tho plow and drop the eedlnt- he last furrow Then the manwllb- the plow comes along and covers and at the same time lays off another row When the vines get largo enough to plow use the plow with the J inch plows and run once In a row- Giro them about two plowing and in a reasonably good season you will- havu a good oroi Iiito f Lrt4 f I BUILDING WIRE F2NCESJ How One Man Can Put It Up and Stretch It Himself Ono man can build a wire toned un assisted It ho has a chance to a horse with a pair ot front driveInear to the fence Put an iron about two feet long or n crowbar through tho holes in tho wire reel and let It KO down In tho holo where the rocker bolt Roes through the axlo Fasten ono end rf tho wire to n post or tree where you wish to start from then drlvo tho dorso aa near to the hosts as convonlctit and In must cases you need not stop unless tho wire catches until you hnvo run out a whole reel Then fasten tho wlro around trio axle tlo a ropw about ten toot from the axlo and bring It around a post Or tree Start the horse and when you get a hard strain on the wlro fasten the rope to hold It You will need a steady horse as ono that does tint HnVo to break the wiretAfter tho wlro Is stretched says Farm and Home and mado fasUiy tho trope start with hammer find ftanles whore you first fastened It Lift II 114 tent or more from tho ground and go along to each post and drive your staple about halt WilY In until you reach tho end If tho posts are not on a straight Him you may Mayo to slacken the wire otherwise you nlay have to draw a strain on It the second time Stnrl again at tho further end and drive the staples In tight In putting up tho next two wires proceed In the same way and spread them apart tho length of your hammer handle on each pant and you will have a fence that no tow can gel through and if they go over a fence of that bright they arc only nt for the beet barrel SOIL FOR POTATOES Characteristics of the Ground Best Adapted to the Tuber Tho success of the potato crop depends very much upon tho texture of the soil In which Uio potatoes are planted It is a fact well understood- by many farmers that there are many soils on which potatoes do not do well A too heavy compact clay floes tot permit the potatoes to develop to advantage It may ho too that In such a soli the organisms that elaborate food do not have tho same op ortunlly to secure air and therefore the carbon with which to work On time other hand a too loamy sell R soli with too much of humus does not give a largo enough tuber aa rc hated to tho top The best suits seem to bo those that have been created by tho southward movement of tho great glaciers which ground to atom the stone taken from northern laU ttdcs and made a soil that was just loose enough to permit the air to work downward without drying out the films of moisture surrounding the soil articles At the same tlmo such n soil pcrmltr tho easy penetration ot the roots of the potatoes A good potato soil la frequently In lined to rocHlncsa iho rocks being the coarser remains of the RlacJenf that helped to make the soil That the suit has an enormous Influence on limo successful growing of iiotatoes la abundantly proven by the way In which the crop succeeds In spot Thus In Wisconsin hero Is a section of country near tho middle of tbo state n wcdgeahapcd piece on which wonderful yields of potatoes have been obtained even In years whoa the crop generally was H failure CART FOR HAULING WATER Convenient Device Which Can Be Made Out of Old Material Any available wheels may bo used- in tho construction of tho device shown In the accompanying tllustra r t Water Barrel on Wheels lion The axle which Is made of Iron can be bent close to the hub of the wheels so as to bring the barrel near the ground and thus facilitate the mat ter of handling the water explains the Prairie Farmer Tho platfprni can be made any desired size largo enough for two boasts if necessary FARM JOTTINGS The kitchen garden should bet heav fly tertillzedannually It by bad management you now get behind with your work itwill crowd you all summer A moderato application of manure say ten tons per acre will for most crops give a greater prolll than twice thai quantity Take the fishing pole OB a drlszly day and get some trout There II againhrecollections of the best pools in the stream sad bow to fish them a good catch can usually bo made It you would kill Canada thistles cut them oft once a week beginning early in spring and keep at It regu larly as long as any appear It may be necessary tok al It the whole of one season ancipijt of the next but regular weekly cutting will ext terminate the most tralsteat pataa J I Iij WANT FLOWERS Oat Flower TabU Pora I Vuuornl lUtlgai I 4Wdding IMect- iIctUtlI f IUnU GRMMH9USESrb PHONE ALBERT 00 The Porter Drug Co lMSOBrOIATB PHONE 12 BEREA KY t 4oeeooot 0- I G Berea and Vicinity i I o o 0 G GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o p eee No eeeN e l o o DR BEST DENTISTCITY OFFICE OV1R POST OFFICE I Gen and Mm L V Dodge returns ed Friday from LouUvlHe where they bad attended the annual State En campment of tho a A It at which Gen Dodge was reelected Depart ment Commander He has been buoy almost over since receiving the con gratulations of his friends a A reception was held at the homo ot Mr and Mrs Will C Gamble Sat urday night in honor of Mr and Mrs William Dager the missionaries Somo hundred and fifty of their friends were present and spent an enjo able evening Mr Dager take back with him to tha million Held the good wishes of a host of friend ho has mnde since his coming here tact fall He let Monday for Kansas City where he Is attending the Gen ural AMcuubly Of the Presbyterian Church rom there ho will go directly to his field at Botanga Weat Africa He will be thero three years before having a chance to return to see his wife and family who will re main in Berca A single clUe of diptherla developed hero last week but was promptly cured The patient was little Mildred IluiUon Dr Cowley promptly admin Istorcd antitoxin and In acouple of days the trouble was over- T In honor of tho old soldiers there T will bo an union service of all the churches In Berca next Sunday at the Chapel Tho sermon to tho veterans will be preached by tho Rev C A VanWlnkle of tho Disciple Church The service will begin nt 1045 A M Mr sad Mrs W 1C Thorpe are rejoicing over tho arrival of a baby girl lost week T 11 Horton who lived here for several years and has recently then nl WllHamsburg returned last week to undergo an operation A sarcoma which he had removed from his leg v some time ago had not been entirely cured end the luflamatlon spread to tho glands These wore removed r the operation being entirely successful but owing to the terrible nature of tUu Infection it will be some time before It can be stated definitely that his trouble Is at an end Drs Cowley and Davis performed the op erationDr Davie returned last Thursday from the meeting At Louisville ot the Association ot Railroad Surgeons Mrs Laura Qabbard has had the mumps this week Mr and Mrs U M Burgess of Paint Lick were the guests of Mr and Mrs E B Wallace last week Mr and Mrs Burgess expect to move here In the near future Miss Bertha Settle entertained a number of her school friends to here homo on Center St last Friday even ing Mrs Kate Tatum after a pleasant visit of several months with her sister Mrs Will Cllmer at Gatlltf Tenn returned home last Tuesday Misses Lorena Howard and Flora Combs gave a very delightful lawn party Saturday evening to some of their young friends The games on- t the lawn were thoroly enjoyed beenLvery Ill la convalescing J l 1 1 I f RICHMOND I uuuuu uvw The promotion exercise of the eighth grade of tho Model Schools given Monday night made up one ot the most pleasant and enjoyable evenings of the year Each number showed thorough training and marked ability The Instructors as well as the pupils merited the praise and congratulation of all Mliii Margaret Creech was with homo folks Saturday and Sunday at Cartorsvlllc Miss Anna Parkerson loft last week for a lslt at Loralno 0 with rel atives Miss Mary Baker of Wallaceton was visiting la town this week Misses Mary Pickering and Etta M Lewis were chosen as delegates to the Young Women Christian As sedation convention to be held at Ashevlllc N C They expect to leave Juno 4th and to bo gone about ten days Mrs Crocker Perkins and Miss Roxlo Gills of Williamsburg stopped over a day on their return from Richmond Stato Christian Endeavor Convention und visited with Rev and Mrs Pasco Albert Osborne who was recently operated od for appendicitis has been taken to his home where ho Is rapid ImprovingMrs 0 Hays who has been III so long Is able to bo around again Miss Ethel Putuani who broke dow from overwork at school at Blooming ton III has returned home to recup erate ClltUoJ Early who has been having trouble with blood poisoning In his foot Is bcttter tho still going around on a crutch Two potable speeches on country school Improvement were delivered at Chapel Wednesday by Supt 0 J Kern ono of the leading authorities In the country on tho subject Ills first talk was on Front Line of Country Schools and his second In the evening on Tha New Agriculture and Country Schools Both addresses wore unusually well worth hearing nnd will result In great good Dont forget that tho college Field Day Is Thursday May 23 The sports are not so spectacular as some games but they give more chanco for the boys to show their individual powers and are always well worth seeing Soma of tho athletes have been hard at work for weeks and ono or two records are expected to go REV MR LYON SENDS THANKS Alexandria Mlna May 12 1903 Prfs Wm Goodell Frost Derea Ky Dear Dro Frost I have Intended for a long time to write you to express my appreciation for your kind words and also for Jhe byIat Berea Mrs Lyon was delighted with the beautiful library table and the fine coverlet They are certainly splendid and will be to us constant reminders of the Derea friends Wo have been having great bless ings since I was there We have seeD about two thousand take a definite stand lox Christ I hope to be able totUlt the college again either at a commencement season or at some other timo- Remember me most kindly to all the friends and believe me to remain Yours for Christian service lollI Lyon Women swallow at one mouthful the lie that flatters and drink drop by drop a truth that Is bitter Diderot S1f r4oo IBo a tBMewsfabo= e e i College Items i 0 HERE AND THERE 0- 008000000Q Miss Coddington was out of school a couple of days last week with a sprained ankle Miss Haupt was also under the weather for a whllo with tpnsilltla Misses Bessie Rathburn and Mary Pickering two girls living In Ladles halt distinguished themselves by capturing a thief Sunday night For some time articles of more or lose value womens dresses small pieces of jewclery and knlcknacks have been disappearing from the girls and teachers rooms and there had been no clew to the thief Sunday even Ing Miss Rathburn was dressing for chapel and had forgotten to take hrr key out of the door She heard a alight rattle and threw open the door The key was gone and there was no one In sight She went down to the Y W C A meeting and called out Miss Pickering and the two decided to stay home from chapel and see If an attempt was made to en ter the room One was One of the girls moved a little too soon and the would bo thief ran down the stairs with the others In pursuit They caught her and brought her back to the room and held her there not without some little force till Mlas Dowcrsox returned tier room was then searched and many of the miss ing articles were found In it Mhscs Lewis Welsh Raymond Fa vllle and others spent Friday night Saturday and Sunday at the Bunra low Jos L Titus of Berea one of our former colored students who has beet assisted to continue his work at Howard University Washington D C graduates from the Academy Course there on the 26th of May The College Faculty has adopted unanimously tho following rule which wilt appir In tho Catalog and now edition of the Students Manual No student may visit any place of amusement outside college premises TJils Is In accordance with the es tablished policy of the college to provide Its oan amusements and not to permit outside parties to exploit the students for the sake of making money out of them The preachers In town have recent ly spoken from their pulpits against encouragement of the starting ota roller skating rink hero WATCH THIS t- IN SPACE THE NEXT ISSUE Grocery Company Phone 184 Main St Berea Ky BAPTIST BELL CASE The theft of the clapper of tho Baptist Church bell which had not been solved at the time of the last Issue was finally proved to have been committed by two young school boys John Rogers and Charles Barton The boys thought It was a Joke they said but It tinned out to be anything but a Joke or them Several citizens of the town pro minent among them Dr S n Baker Joined together and had bloodhounds brought from Lexington to trace tho thieves John Rogers was already suspected and had been Interrogated but not closely enough but what ho answered all questions without tech nical perjury The dogs failed to do any good but the two boys when questioned by the college authorities who had not been Informed of the suspicions till the dogs were brought finally confessed Those present in cluding Dr Baker promised that there would be no prosecution The clapper had already beets restored The boys were publicly suspended from college tor the rest of thin year at chapel the next morning and had planned to leave town on the noon train In the meanwhile In spite r+ f the promise not to prosecute Tommie Baker and Bud Lewis swore out war rants against them for the theft and they left town Baker and Lewis said they acted to force the boys friends to pay Dr Baker the money ho had advanced for the doge The money was paid to Baker by Pres Frost on his renewing his promise not to prosecute qnd the warrants were withdrawn Since that tine the proceedings have been shrouded In mystery The boys did not return to town and they bad not told where they were going MI their friends could not get Into communication Thero was also a report that another warrant was is The Place to Get Nice Stylish Things Is what the women say who do their shopping at The Ladies and Childrens Furnishing Store We carry large assortments of Millinery Dry Goods Readymade Garments Queen Qualityand Star Brand Shoes American Beauty Corsets Lace Curtains and Table Linen MRS S R BAKER PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY I New Bargain for You I EIGHT ROOM HOUSE Golden Cheap 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 11050 Sale good Title perfect I REPRESEplT THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO of Newark N J which has paid policyholders 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 MAN 4 Bank Trust Building Berea Kentucky iJ AJ 1 i 13Jir 4 JiI Issued against them by some one but tho local magistrates denied that they had given any Special deputies were said to have been sworn in and It Is a fact that there was a caret watch kept by several citizens wni seemed to enjoy the novel experience of being on the side of law and order The boys have not come bad and It Is supposed that they have either gone North or are hiding out till the excitement blows over It Is hoped that this experience of the boys will teach not only then but others that theft even If the thing stolen Is entirely valueless to them Is a very poor form ot practl cal joke POINTED PARAGRAPHS One of the first duties of a Chris- Tian Is to learn to smile But tho busy miller doesnt kick because life Is a continuous grind Give a starving sinner a square meal first and pray for him afterwar If you could see the story ot your life In print you wouldent believe hale olft- Some men would rather be thought rich than be considered rich it thoughtA for wisdom may be ac quired by applauding tho opinions ot your nelghboreNOTICE Voted by the Town Council et Berea that all back yards water clos ets pig pens and stables be cleaned limed and put In good sanitary condit- Ions by the first day of June 1903 A committee appointed for purpose of Inspecting such places will Inspect on June 1 and 2 1903 according tc Section 85 of Town Ordinances The papers In the case against B E Welch have been returned fron the Court of Appeals to the Madison Circuit Court and the case set for re trial at the October term There are beautiful flowers that are scentless and beautiful women that aro unloveable Hovelle Male firmness is very often obstinacy Women have always Eomethlnf better worth all qualities They have tactLord Beaconsfleld PUBLIC SALE There will bo a combination sale on the corner of Center and Main Streets in Berea Ky on Saturday May 23rd 1908 at 2 oclock It you have a horse mule cow or stock of any kind have them there and I will sell them for you W P Prewitt Auctioneer NOTICE Every one who has time to do so should read a dally paper and especially any one that wants to keep up with the times will do so during a hot presidential campaign like tlw one Just starting The Louisville Herald has by years pt fins work and fearless printing of all news won the reputation of the best paper In thin state and Its news thru the coming campaign will be the best available It has a large staff of correspondents scattered all over the country and will be able to keep Its readers posted on developmentsThe made special ar rangements with the Herald and till June 12 will be able to give special rate for subscriptions to it The usual price of The Herald for one year li 3 and till the date named we will sell you both The Herald and The Clt Izen for that price Remember that this is for a short time only and that you must send to us and not to The Herald to get this unusual rate Bargain in Real Estat A five room cottage two porches large well shaped lot with good Im provementa located on Chestnut St Quarters for cow horse lOOchlckens Must be seen to bo appreciated A bargain if taken at once For particulars see M L SpInk Berea Ky j f IctM Cement Walks Must bo built soon For bolt prices call on 4 J S Rutherford Shop Near Depot Home Op posits Burdettes Mill f OUR HOLLOW CEMENT BLOCKS Cheaper Than Stone hotter than Brick We Make The Kind You Want t Everybody Ride EasyF- OR Rubber Tire Work SEE r F P BENTLY KINGSTON KENTUCKY He has a large supply of Rubber on hand Get his prices before hav ing your bujgyrubbered lie J guarantees all his work TombstonesWhen b wait for w GILBERT REYNOLDS4 111 YJ tprnling Richmond Marble Company He will treat you right 0 c LADAVISMD OFFICE AT RESIDENCE 14JII i PHONE 50 CIMTBRST f S R BAKER DENTISTr 1IDIoac hnfrM a t 4 City Pka 13 Teeth extracted without aISnlC ENGINES BOILERS i SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly R turntd j CNN I1leS LucctterK THE WORLDS SREATESTEWINI MACHINE ew LIGHT RUNNING O i rIfroa want rlthtraVlbnttnt ShnltU HeUiy I 8l1uttleoraHlnc1eJbread CAataAM gi wlnc Machine write to m NEW 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prompt tenewala read for Premium IIaL Liberal terms given to any who obtain new r mbacrlptlooa for ua Any ooe lout url coo ledeThe Crosse tret rf himself for one AdTcrtlung ratea on application HBMDBR or- t KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION l4 Berlin Is to see an American UJUBI 1 cal comedy for tho first time Never i tear but that It will get tho habit It appears that some of the food preservatives cease to do much active preserving when they come In contact with the Internal economy of the sons of men J In Germany changes costing 125 000 have been ordered In a coal mine to make It safe for the miners an ac lion well calculated to make vested rights throw a fit A St Louis poet committed suicide because he discovered that the world had places only for men of action and not for dreamers He ought to have given action a trial t A man who Is 100 years of age re- cently1 climbed a 7000foot mountain In Switzerland It Is the men who are nearing the century mark who are do I lag the real stunts these days A man lit New York got married In order to escape a sentence In Sing Sing Ho was certainly In a tight fix and time alone can tell whether he chose the wiser course or not A Boston waitress has Inherited j 1200000 Doubtless many of the men who used to request her to bring on their beans and be quick about It now wish they had known she was going to be rich A western physician claims to have discovered a new germ In milk Good We were beginning to get tired of hearing about the old ones and since tho price went up we felt entitled to something additional Tho women of Japan are sharing In tho advance of progressive Ideas with the men That Is the reason why the ration Is so far ahead In Its progress of other oriental nations They are bringing progress Into the very foun dation of the nation the home A Washington JuryMms decided that 2100 Is a suitable recompense for a woman who while waiting for a car caught a cold resulting in the loss of ber voice After the mean things that ere continually being said about the feminine desire to talk this valuation while not extremely flattering Is com forting The dowager empress of China In the edict creating provincial assem blies orders that under no circum stances shall men of evil reputation or local bosses who seek only their own advancement bo chosen This sounds like a good rule which might be followed In every country with great profit Official charting shows that the I Philippine Islands are about 2600 In Inumber Before this government made j survey and took account ot stock the number of Islands had been variously given from 1200 to 2000 Ulano use trying to count them on an ordinary t9QIorder to convey an ndequato Idea magnitude of the work at Pana jInthelajeat canal report says that t amount of concrete to be used In the ioek9 would be sufficient for the construction of more than 22 000 eigbt room city bourn This Is I certainly a case where the concrete more Impressive than the abstract 1IIThere are fgv abeboJled paupers la Holland A tract of public land containing 5000 acres is divided Into six model farms to one of which the a applying for public relief Is 1perla Here he Is taught agriculture subsequently permitted toresit- a small holding for himself Holland also has a forced labor colony to which vagrants are sent to 40 faro and other work whether they like K or not According to the report of corn missioner of Internal revenue only ten I stiles have so tar been established In the entire country for the nanufacture of denatured alcohol 1 This does not mean that denatured al olollllnot flQ commercial and me 1 chanical boon which It promised to ta fait It takes time to start a nnw Industry to build up a system tilt will rotiiiect the consumer with the jirjv ducer 1 Wrr ir f i itMm + I Training Husband Be I By MRS LEONARD I ffiI arc what we make them If a husband is trained in the way he should go he will become quite an en durable male of The great point is to start trout the first the young wife is fond and foolish and the moan of honey is very sweet Edwin is such a darling just nt the outset that she is blind to all the faults which are going to make her life later on If knew she would treat her dear lord like an she would lay in wait for the moment to come and pour balm over the wounds she had inflicted No man loves the slave It Is the for the the of the tigress that charms him for man is a born hunter and the of the elusive prey is dearer to him than the dove that never will take wing 1 The husband in the first months of his married life becomes He is in lit is a hero too for he knows how that little wife of his adores him I Vanity men are vainer than women works havoc with hli reason His sense of becomes even to the blind little mote who has sworn to love honor and obey The remedy is the thing and it takes a dose of courage and philosa phy to it The first step is to be on the alert The husband will begin about the virtues of his sainted mother Sho never allowed her servant to leave a room dusty her and so forth Do not Ynydear woman allow this secret sorrow to prey upon your soul Tell him firmly that he can go home and eat his sainted mothers and that as to the dust you will speak to the senant and that is the best you can do There may there will ben row but stand your ground your first battle is decisive Uso those subtle arts we are versed in to make the man that women are you stroke the right way life is if not the results are Do not be too sweet neither should you smother him with ducky dears IJlow hot and cold by turns treat him to every caprice keep him on the rack to know what you will do next and he will adore you because he will not have had the of those which are in his heart He will come to you and tell you that he needs fresh air bon do not of course and thinks of going with a friend for a spin in the country on You poor foolish child will tell him that you are sure it will do him good Ifesult you can sit at home and spin for every while the fine weather lasts Edwin is going back to his boon and the joys of his with tho added bliss ofa nice little woman at home to cook the supper and darn the I once knew a resolute little woman who went down for a week to the seaside the second time her husband left her in at home Then again the very first time Edwin bullies you about the dinner in the presence of the servant pay her a months wages next day t Why my dear where is Jane Is she HU No Edwin but as I could not live in the house with a servant who heard me insulted and would my I have her from my service Tableau The mere man can always be made to feel his pocket money appeals to him when else will i Loves World By DR HEWELL DWIGHT HILUS Begin Task Early Courageous and Philosophic MARSHALL VSBANDS properly specimen humanity Unfortunately miserable Angelina antagonist opportune submissive struggle mastery taming pursuit spoiled tapidl demoralized metaphorically speaking slipper possession unendurable administer presently housewifely piecrust piecrust understand lelineif harmonious deplorable eternally opportunity developing despotic instincts growing Sunday Sunday companions bachelorhood stockings solitary splendor ftretthe henceforward question authority dismissed through nothing Law Rules Whenever we find a great effect we pass instantly to the inquiry What great cause produced itJJ For example here is the rapid growth of Christianity It began a golden dot on the map now its banners gave over two continents It began with the Christ on Mount Olivet in 40 days it numbered 3000 in 100 years a half million and now it rules the minds and hearts of 600000000 So wonderful is the effect that we cast about for a cause equally powerful The pjrovcrb runs no golden conduct from leaden motives Once Philistinism offered men the ethics of mud the old world philosophies offered leaden motive and iron penalties occasional teachers like Buddha spoke with a silver tone but golden conduct began with the golden rule That law of love that fell front Christs lips wan interpreted by Christs life enforced by his death and made powerful by his living presence alone can furnish an adequate explanation of the victories of Christianity Now despite the pessimism of some in high places many of our greatest industrial leaders arc making the law of Christ to lw the golden reed with which they are laying out their lives Let us believe that our brother men are just as anxious to fulfill the law of Christ as you and I arc anal ore more successful in their plans Despite what has been said most lawyers are not the hired tools of evil clients iMost of the industrial leaders are not corrupt grafters One swallow does not make a spriugnothat is true but neither does one red bough showing disease in the leaf in Juno argue winter on a summers day Last week I rend the account of a meeting of the directorsofa railroad system These rich men deride not to reduce the wages of the engineers con ductors flwiichmen flagmen but chose rather to cut the dividends on their stock fo three per cent One of the most terrible railroad strikes ever precipitated hi this countrywas due to the fact that in 1893 a railway magnate in the time of panic cut the wages of his worKmen a third at a I single stroke while he insisted that his dividends should remain at rep per cent Capital was every thing Workmen cold hungry and starving were nothing The dollar must have its ten per cent the soul can have what is left if a crust remains That selfishness of capitalistic leaders is passing as surely gladiatorial games have gone The new Christian regime is onfJhnt action of these railroad directors under Jho read of a noble president publishes the whole story o t iI 1 7 u Ii 0 L 1 tJiit CONFERENCE ENDED ITS RESULTS ARE AMPLE BUT NOT YET CLEARLY SEEN RECORD IS TO BE PRINTED Declaration of CoOperation Ii Adopt ed and Permanent Organization Will Be Formed Last Ses don Is Interesting Washington Tile first conference of the governors of the states of tho American union ended Friday Mke many of the Important events of history time Is needed to reveal tho epoch which the president and the governors believe has been made The accomplishments ot the confer once which hud been In seslon at the White House for three days cannot be set forth with mathematical par cision That tie Immediate results are more than ample Is tho expression of President Roosevelt who brought It about and of the governors who par ticipated Startling Facts Complied The printed record of the conference which later will bo available to every American home will be a compilation of facts startling In their meaning convincing in their universal couclu lion that tho states must net and that the states and the nation mutt co operate to tho end that to the whole people ot tho nation may accrue the lasting benefit of Its natural resources Resides the compilation of facts by the experts and tho freely expressed opinion of the governors the confer I ence leaves as its permanent record n thousand words of declaration Not a declaration of Independence but a declaration of cooperation Perhaps greater In Importance than all else was the determination of the governors to perfect a permanent or Kanlzatlou whereby a heretofore unknown Intimacy may bo developed among the executives of the 46 sov reign states made strong by a com mon purpose and made potent by pronouncements which may not lightly be disregarded Set Program Discarded- Of the last day the story Is one of many features The set program was nwept aside The president presided hroughout He Interjected remarks and speeches He brought to the platform men who made plain tho pre vailing feeling that thought and care must be exercised for the future The prepared papers were not pre seated but they will be printed in the permanent record Their place was taken first by the declaration which was adopted after discussion Then William J Bryan was presented by the president He touched the same chords which had produced tho vibration of harmony and coopera tion A governors discussion brought many state executives to the platform but the product was altogether that of harmony and the sentiments expressed wore applauded alike by allPresident Roosevelt himself an swering the one criticism that of Gov Folk of Missouri to the declera tlon aroused the conference to its warmest demonstration of approval He swept aside the academic ques tion of where the line of authority should be drawn between the states and the nation He wanted action and what he said received Indorse ment at each period Mrs Roosevelt Entertains The desire of Mrs Roosevelt to en pertain the governors was not thwarted even by the rain which fell drearily throughout the day A garden party had been planned by her to be held In the south grounds ot the White House during the late afternoon The garden party was brought Inside the White House and lost none of Ito zest by the transformation More than lGOO guests were Afternoon and evening trains fro Washington took many of the distin guished guests troll the city and th first conference of the nation on th conservation of Its natural resource passed into history Two Killed In Collision l Munkogee Okla Southbound pas Benger train No 5 on the Missouri Kansas A Texas railroad due to ar rive In Muskogee at 1120 Friday morning and running CO minutes late collided headJn three miles north of Muskogee at noon with a northbound through freight Two trainmen were killed and 15 passengers In jured Socialists Nominate Debs Chicago Amid charges of gag rule arid excitement Verging upon the riotous Eugene V Debs one more was selected as the presidential nominee of the Socialist party at an early hour Friday morning Omaha His HOODOO Fire Omaha NebThe old plant of the Omaha Packing company In South rldarnightetl eat Involving aloes estimated at 1iCIf0ooeArt Dealer Is Arrested Now York William Clausen on ot the most prominent art dealers l the city was arrested Friday oa charge of Laving i J1to William T Evans a wellknown collector of paintings a number of pictures as gen dine which are alleged to be forgerle Girl Killed by Playmate Eau Claire Win Gertrude 13yeAr old daughter of OraJfelKBapp Brunswick was accidentally shot an killed Friday by Henry Droege Ii play atat 111 1 1 2 111 j i Na f A WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE The Amusing Little Dwarf and His Funny Little Speech Look at FlR 1 and you will see how two big boys can be made to look like one little dwarf Now look at Fig 2 Behind end Before the Curtain and you will further see how a feath ered hat top boots and cloak can make the dwarf a comical specimen A cane handkerchief and snuff box will help to add fun to the perform Queer Things a Boy or Girl May See In His Geography The majority of us lire apt to re Bard a map as a thing without soul a conglomeration of wlgglywaggly lines and dots the former being em ployed to mark tho course of rivers boundaries etc and tho latter to In dicate the position ot towns Now I went to disillusion you I will try to show you that a snap Is really funnier thaa many eocalled comic sketches The outlines ore provided for you and your Imagination the few go to an ordinary outline map of England aud Wales Fig 1 And what do we eet An extraordinary commotion on Iho west coast Yes a runaway pig fine fat animal being pursued byj an old couple to whom It doubtless belongs The old man Is dose OB the animals heels but Is apparent ly out of breath attar bps unusual ex ertloa for look how wide open Is his mouth Ills better half II not far be kind she too is at full trot but has more staying powers than the old man and Is able to shout out Stop MAKING A cAD SKIMMER Toy Easily Made and with Which Lot ofFun May Bt Had n 2 Hero IB something for the boys It does totmake a noise like the danger t Werklntf tMafrafn way The Illustration shows how the toy II made There is a slotted handle In which Is pivoted a slip of wood with a notch in tba upper end Around handle tai sprung a strong rubber band On the lower tat pull Mick and TsMM 1r 4r b once which Is better done with the a4 of a person to Introduce this odd little man When Mr Manikin that is wkfil wo will call the dwarf Is ready the manager begins Ladles and gentlemen allow me to tnlfoduco Mr Manikin tho famous dwarf of Great Britain who fools much bigger than be lookst J The dwarf bows low takes up thandkerchief wipes his forehead and puts It Into his pocket Im sorry to any bo IB a little con celled The dwarf puts on his hat with a thump seizes his cano as If to go 4 Indeed I beg your pardon I Ito should havo said you are hardly able appreciate your own greatness1 I accept the apology Pray take a pinch of snuff Opens box and offers r Now Mr Manikin tell us your storyI was born on the shortest day of the year In tho smallest city of Eng 1laud was fed on shottcake and studied shorthand his snuff box and cane t I beg your pardon I am awkward today The manager whispers something Ia the dwarfj ear and smiling at the HUMOR OF THE MAP 11 snpplleampicturee ate amnsa th8aotchtonct pind 1vlotent 1asf him to someone In tho distance at the same time Indicating the runaway animal with outstretched linger What you cant seo ItT Pirhaps a glance at illustrations Figs t 3 and 4 will help you- However much one may desire unl versal peace It appears highly Ini probable that Alaska and Siberia wilt ever be reconciled Whonevar ont looks at tho map they are hkrlnir a few words Fig C It Is a dispute that has been going on for ages and there are no signs of u xottlraeat Each one strange to say sports a sort of billygoat beard but that U an appendage to which DO lady ought to object In a manu In time of war Its capture by the opposing party should make It master ot the situ ationWhen In the North Pacific ocean we should keep our eyes open for a fiN+ serpent which has caused a great dealtiof commotion during the last few years This fearful and wonderful boast Is known aa Japan Fig 6 llluntratlon Flg 7 Is the western part of Australia which represents the head of a lioness with her eats laid back aa though annoyed at soma tblag GEORGE J DEESLBY the slip The card swings around ORtbe pin strikes the coil OJ Is thorn by lifted off the pin and Jopa f yjne through the air to a great height or distance A little practice aaypGond Literature will enableyou to tint the card 100 feet sudythe illustration and you eta wake the ekiaaaer yournelf Hew Old Are Thy Iherego James anti Herbert Brown observed Winifred admiringiIy4 What a bandgoiae pair they look to be sure andyet quite young I wonder how old theyret Well answered her sister Ethel orlulreCuibeJl years ago the combined ages of James and Iferbert were one third the7 acoof old Mr Drown at present one of them ls two years older than the other and their combined ages are 14 years liss- than their fathers age Oh J aee replied Winifred work lag out the sum in her heat lor she was a clever girt thank you for put peg the aatter ta anutshelLIt iE How old ware Jam and HerVertt I e f I 4 J SITUATION IS MUCH IMPROVED rONMANY OF THE LINES OF THE CLEVELAND STREET CA- Rt COMPANY rr ONLY A FEW DISTURBANCES MADE President Mahon Holds ConferencJ i With Executive Commltee Dfvelof menus Do Not Show Whether Arbl tratora Will Meet With Success II Cleveland May ISAside from u minor disturbances tho street car Sunday bore no evidence of 1tew while the service given by Municipal Traction Co was very Improved police olllcer rode on each car and 1A of heavy wlro were provided the motormann vestibule J Only one Instance of a serious at tempt tn attack tho crew of a cur was reported when a crowd of boys and men sent a volley of stones and sticks at a Mllea avenue car Sonic of tho missiles found the mark and the conductor draw a pistol the police say firing one shot No ouo Will hit On many of tho lines tho companj inaugurated tho usual full quota cl runs that aro In effect op Sunday In the business section quiet prevailed and no crowds gathered At tho bars In the outlying section there were gatherings of men and I boys who jeered the care 01 they coin lu or departed Vice President Behner of tho Hull way Meng union visited nearly uvtvry car baru Sunday to note the situation lie retorted everything quiet 1w Inlernatlonal President W D Ma lion of tho Amalgamated Association of Street and Electrical Railway Em l k yes arrived hero Sunday from Chicago Ho went at once Into conference with Vice President Ilchncr and tuerj hers of the local executive committee He heard detailed reports of Iho strike end what progress was being mudo to ward a settlement Mr Jlahon also met Joseph Dlihoj and Judge Selwyn N Owen of tin state hoard of arbitration Tho stain urbltrntore still aro endeavoring to have the union and President Dupont of the Municipal Traction Co como to Como understanding resident Mahon said ho did not tX- lecl to take any active part In the strike and that ho would return to Chi cago Monday night In tho meantime ho will adviio with the leaden and leave tho actual man nngemcnt In tho hands of Mr Hchntr Whether tho arbitrators will meel with any success In letting tho heads of the union and the railway company together was not apparent Sunday SHE WAS Jtwelry Thief Caught By Detectives Knowledge of Her Headgear Philadelphia Pa May 18To IIIH jimlsUnt refusal to wear tho head- gearv to dear to tho hearts of most women Mn Blancho Green owes her crrrst on a charge of having stolen jewelry valued at about 1000 anti Tfl In cash from tho homo of Caahlci htvcn of the local bank at Woodbury N JTho arrest was made by Detective Williams ot the city hall staff whn had been guided In his search by the knowledge that the woman wanted never wore a hat Saturday night he- wag standing at Board and South Dtrt tH when u number of women and girls who appeared to have been at a party rarao along There was one who woro no hat and Williams Jumped to tho conciliator that tho young woman roust bo tht ono ho was looking for SIlo was Canoe Capsized One Drowned Annapolis Md May 18 Midship man Arthur Unford Lures of Cleve land O was drowned hero Sunday afternoon IbeucapBlzIng of a small pad dung canoo which ho and a cotr panloii Midshipman CarlO Hlbbard of NerUiflVliT Minn were taking u pleaturu trip Midshipman Lucas wet a son ot W Lucas 1622 Crawford road Cleveland and slocd too I In a class of 215 iriemben at the last annual ex aittlnatlon He would hajrd gradual with iileh bononm June 5 1 Took Revenge on Wife Beater Haiiar lia1 IS s ore ol citizen IrdOHtrHuclner to Uio putlli square add adnfaiatered na old fasu ioned blue lawtwhJpplB for beating his wife He waq stripped to his uw derehlrt and tied to a post Halt a dozen tough switches were worn out a his iok He toile oath not to bed kin wife again Nearly all of the won CB of tfceptacu witnessed the UinwU tec i Receiver = or Insurance Kansas Clay MarllliJudge John C Pollock In the United States die tract COHH has rppolated John tt Jones aKansas City banker receive Ql Jho Great Western Life lnsuranc agency Passengers Missing Nassau May 18The Greek utoam ealp Cyctedes foundered on May 13 oil IJcrry Islands Tbo captain and 15 ol Feupasseagerst09k to ft lifeboat arc mining 1r1 IAUGHTY BOYS KEPT IN I Hughes Idea of Improving the Breed GUNNESS VICTIM IS BURIED HELQELEIN8 BODY INTERRED AFTER IDENTIFICATION Woman Herself II DeadDoubt Re moved by Dentists Examination of Jawbone Fragments Loporte IndThe first of tho Oun ness victims to be Interred with Chris tlon rites was burled Friday night In 1atlonn cemetery on the outskirts of aporte Tho corpse was that of Andrew K Helgeleln of Mansfield S D the last man to meet his death In the trap to which Mn Gunness lured her victims The body was released for burial after Coroner Mack hind received the reports of the Dertlllon experts who have examined It and compared their findings with figures taken front the records of the Minnesota penitentiary at Still water The Identification of the piece of Jawbone taken from the ruins of the Gunncis farmhouse as a portion of Mrs Otmness skull bears out most conclusively the contentions of the state regarding the Identity of the bodies found in the cellar on April 28 It Is the clinching bit of evidence which should set at rest the rumors that Mrs Gunneis had escaped This statement was tnado by Ralph X Smith prosecuting attorney Friday night It followed a report from Dr C P Norton a dentist who found that the piece of charred bone pre rented characteristic conditions which he had observed while working on Mr Gunnesi teeth David Havens for whom both the defense and state were said to have been searching was found Friday at Galllen Mich He was one of the men who helped disinter the bodies from the ruins of the farmhouse and his departure from this vicinity had given rlae to comment He explained In his communication to the city authorities that be had merely gone to Michigan in search of work Another misting man also turned up In Charles Kdrnonds a former employs ot Mn Gunness who was sup posed to have been one of her vie Urns He hats been working at a farm only a few miles from the Gunness place BANDITS TAKE AWAY 35000 i Rob New Mexico StationAre Pur sued by Bloodhounds KI Paso TpfPurauetl by men and bloodhounds three bandits with 35 000 cf loot in their pomefislon fled through the rugged mountain passes north of French a little station ED miles from East Las Vegas N Mon j the Santa Fe railroad In an effort to escape the clutches of the law At French Thursday afternoon they broke down the door of thd depot bound and gagged the station agent and special guard blew open the safe took the moneyand rode away leav lag their victims helpless Bishop of Cleveland Dead Canton OItt Rev Ignatius F I Hprtsmun bishop of the Catholic dlo ccie of Cleveland was stricken with heart failure here Wednesday after haying celebrated mats at fit Johns church Ho remained unconscious for tome time but finally responded to stimulants Later however he auf fered another attack and died at 030 Vdock or Church and Ieeel Burn Cleveland 0 The church and school of the Immaculate Heart of the Bteiteii Virgin Mary were completely iedtroyed by fire iTHC9day Church and school occupied thoearfle build be Tbe Piro occurred durlsg the aft eraoon recess and very few children Were In the UulldiagM the time They escaped from lhebulldhg tautly i New York Firemen Dyed New YorkWorktag In relays and temporarily blinded by spattering dye and dente smoke the aremenFriday fought afire in the factory of HblK day ReadSonl manufacturers of aniline colors and chemicals FIre- men who mounted the lire escape were met at the windows by choking vol awes of smoke laden with dyes and those who fought their way Into the building were covered from head to toot with a solution of colon which la some Instances burned their Lands1 and blinded their eyes SENATE PAUSES ALDRICH BILL Substitutes It for Vreeland Measure Adopted by House Washington The Vreeland currency bill which was passed by the house Thursday was delivered to tho senate Friday and at once sent to the corn mlttee on finance Senator Aldrich promptly made a report from the com mittee substituting the Aldrich bill in ah amended form for the house meas ure and In that form It was passed by the senate This action threw the bill Into conference the bouse refuting to accept It Tho work of cleaning up legislation In the house preparatory to adjourn ment May 23 proceeded at a rapid pace Both the military academy appropriation bill and the omnibus pub lic building bill were passed leaving of the supply bills only the general deficiency bill to be considered In addition 825 private petition bills were put through A bitter and sensational attack on former Speaker Keifer of Ohio by his colleague Gen Sherwood was a fea ture of the days proceedings Washington The Vr eland curren cy bill agreed upon by tho Republican caucus was put through tho house Thursday under a special rule by a vote of 161 to 146 Fifteen stalled Insurgents of the majority party voted with the Democrats who went on record solidly against the meas ureThe great sundry civil appropriation bill carrying a total of about 120 000000 was passed by tho senate This is the last of the largo supply bills and Its passage places the sen ate squarely alongside tug house In the consideration of the appropriation bills and of the entire 14 leaves only the general deficiency and the military academy bills to be considered by either house JOHNSON IS NAMED Minnesota Democrats Stand by Their Favorite Son St Paul lInnThe Democrats of Minnesota Thursday formally In dorsed Gov John A Johnson as a presidential candidate and at the same time by a vote of 772 to 166 refuted to declare In favor of William Jonnlntx Urynn as second choice The folNwer of Mr Bryan did not carry out the threat which they had so often made during the last ten days that they would bolt and holda rump convention If their contests were defeated before the committee on cre dentlals or If they were not able to se cure a partial Indorsement of their leader They made a sturdy fight for their man and when they had been overwhclnilngly defeated remained quietly In their seats and made no mo Lion to leave Illinois Sues for Fees Springfield 1IIJIvo suits In action of debt aggregating 1760000 and for damages of 415QOOO were filed In the Sangamon county circuit court Friday by Attorney General William H Stead and Gov Charles Si Deneen against the turetltii of former state treasurers and ono former state auditor for fees retained during their administrations for collecting interest on county municipal and district bonds Tempi for Springfield Masons Springfield lIIWUh Imposing ceremonies and with a parade of all thy Masonic bodies in the city the cornerstone of the new Masonic temple to coat 100000 was laid Thursday afternoon by the graudr lodge of Illinois Three 8rla Takers Fined Jtockfon1UIDr Eo cnunn John Mash and CIL Woojtey aldermen who wets indicted Weiaetdayt for ac cepting bribes from the Central Heat companypleedgdgtdltyaad1were Hat Makers Locked Outs Orange NiJf The eight hat manu- factories here closed their doors oporattvefailure to reach an agreement with them as to wages and conditions WellKnown Lake Captain Diet Watertown N YCapt Hi L Mills aged 48 one of the bestknown cap Maine on the upper lakes died sullen ly Thursday of acute indigestion Tie sailed between Bufalobndm Duluth- practically all his lifer ie i JESUS RISEN FROMTHEDEADSdadySch Specially Prepared ftr This Paper CnfcSOtt Ti CTJohn J4Wi JItmorr ver e0 IS 1- 64IOLDEN TEXT = I am he that llvth and was dead and behold I am alive for CvermorHv 118 EVENTS Of TilE IlEStrmnCTION Tho earthquake Matt 2SS The night of the guard Matt 2fJ 4 11tS The women reach the tomb Matt 281 Mark 161 J Luke 244 John 201 The atone found rolled awnyi Mark 163 4 Luke 112 John 391 Mary Magdalene run and find Peter and John John 202 The other women meet the angels Matt Wt VI Mark 1658 Luke 2439 The women tell the npostlwi Matt alj Luke 2410 II Peter and John vlnlt the tomb Luke 2412 John 20310 Jesus in seen by Mary MiRdalene Mark 16911 John 301118 TIME Sunday morning April 9 A D 70 PLACIi Th tomb In a garden near Calvary The hoiiiea tn Jerusalem where the dlsclplea were staying especially that Where John and Mary and perhaps Ieter abode The Stay In the Tomb We have only Iho obscure reference In 1 Pet 319 20 46 to Christs preaching unto the spirits In prison He descended Into hell the famous sentence in the Apostles Creed means only that Christ went to the abode of tbo dead During that time our Saviour had some gracious and helpful message to proclaim to the souls of the departed but what It was we are not told The probable order of events on Easter morning Is Indicated above That there ehould be some confusion In the accounts Is natural when wo re member that It was dark In the early morning that the disciples were In different parts of the city and came at different times to the tomb that they had no clocks or watches and that their minds were amazed and be wildered The very fact that slight discrepancies exist in the narratives proves that they are the honest rec ords of Independent witnesses The womens report seemed Idle talk puke The Gospel writers show their honesty In relating things discreditable to themselves What bet ter proof can there be of candor Prof George P Fisher A notable evl denco of the resurrection Is the fact that the disciples did not expect It and were convinced of it with dUn culty MaryMagdaleneishing news hastened to Investi gate They were perhaps staying together and Mary the mother of Jesus was probably In the same house In their great eagerness they ran both together and the other disciple John who always refers to himself In sortie modestly obscure way outran Peter for he was u young man and Peter was well along In years As yet they knew not the Scripture with Its many prophecies of Christ death and resurrection Luke 242527 44 See especially Psa 16 10 Christ bad attempted to In struct them In these matters Matt 201719 but they needed the actual fact to Impress his teachings upon their minds Mary did not recognize Jesus atI once because hr vision was blurred expectIng look up at his face but only at his gar menu which as the soldiers had his own clothes wero probably the simple dress of a gardener and In addition Jesus himself was altered In appearance Mark 1612 as he must have been by his long agony Mary recognized Jesus by the voice always the last to change She heard her name uttered with a well rememn berod accent which recalls Galilee Jesus ended madness passionate love a thousand hopes and fears the beau tiful and tragic history of a lifetime Ono word leaps to her lips one word alone is possible uttered In over whelmed and rapturous surprise lab bonl piasterW F Dawson D D In this exquisite story Peter promptly entering tho sepulcher Is faith John outrunning Peter hesitat ing and peering In Is hope Mary standing without and weeping la love these three and love wineNosh K David PhD Touch mo not Because probably by this time she had bowed down at his feet to worship him and would have taken hold of them as the worn en in Matt 289 The verb primar impliesherea clinging torrof M R Vincent For 1 am not yet ascended to my Father 1 To Imply that since lie lad not yet withdrawn himself from earth there would be time enough for expressions affectionandshe would goingqulcklciplf with the glad news 28heneed not touch himto be asauredthat Celttbathis premises to be forever with them but Jesus cheeks her with the assurance that eauch had yet to happen before tba Kxpcw Greek Test Matthew dwellschlely OB the ma jtasd glory of ths resurrec tion Mark Insists upon it as a fact Luke treats It as a spiritual necessity and Jonn as B touchstone of charactermRev O 11 Morrison Christ soft the material body and rose Into the spiritual vorld that we might the more really and effectively touch him and enjoy his presence The resurrection of Jesus Is the suf ImmortalI Influence toward eWe living 4 wr 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all 7I Over 60 kjtrsctors 1175 students free 27 state Largest college library is Keikcky NO SALOONSrj 1 A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with other like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least adranced Same lectuna Horary and general advantaged as for more advanced students AriUunoUo and tho common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free teat booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to nta young person for an honorable and useful life f jmarACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Evea a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ger man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with fuse of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards It nnttNORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the protesslon of teaching year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a flntclas certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information s culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches Deter sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory r Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra 1 fees it Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re i calved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than be pays In This great deficit Is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bccrca in order that It may train young men and won for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargoiAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buldlnss and 4 assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to 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 bestebut as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps tand underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet article work uniforms umbrellas and I other necessary articles at cost iLIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College BIb no rut for the fine buildings In winch students live charging only enough room trent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights watch x log ot bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents In winter is t SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee tot return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and it returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of tearhen all our Instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Stools G00 In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows 10 weeks 2250In ono payment 92200 l ftermSPRING 4 weeks term for those who must lean for farm work U4 J SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exam t nations 1645 ii V t term 1InltallmeatREFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of term receive back for money advanced as follows On board la full except that BO allowanceha made for say fractloa et a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any WMIK plred fraction ot a month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty eeatsLi riOn incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply tie mount adcauieed for term bllid when he refuraaproTMedif Is within tow terms butmklaC110 allowance for amir fraction JBOt y it PAYS teffcTAY When you have made your iomnvr aad are wu started In sehool 1ta11 to stay ae long u geBabe The fit day ot Sprint term It March SSlMI The tint day ofFall tern Is Betftejglef WH For 4fatormitiontcirfriwdly adylce write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE n 1 011 7 1EREX KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes theeyes of the men and boys who see it he mountain people alb a good thing whin they see itand to get a 75 cent knife viUi tire blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mourn tale people than any other dollar paper in the world The Kwfc And The Citizen for Oae DcJUr That brings la subscription all the time If you have snot got it yon ought to have ta 4 J im r p J ITHE SOHOOL I Problems of the District School Chapter X Harvesting the Results Iljr Frof Ulnwr In every ottterprfik man labors for results The success of any undertak ing Is measured by what It produces It the mulls are unsatisfactory the undertaking to B failure or partial failureIt been pointed out In the pro ceding chapter that tho schools have an object In view namely to produce the highest grade of citizenship This Is done most effectively by placing be fore each Individual tho opportunity to make tho best man or woman ho or she Is capable ot becoming It was further stated that this Is brought about by three things tho acquirement o knowledge tho development of the mental powers and the formation of character Tho patrons and tho public generally have a right to know and ought to know how tho school Is succeeding In Its mission They cannot stand by and watch the process of citizen mak ing They must Judge by such Indica lions as make themselves apparent from time to time The object ot this chapter Is to point out certain ways by which the efficiency of the school may become manifest to the community The first of these Is the School Exhibition which shows to the patrons the mental and moral tone of the school the Interest of the pupils their good behavior their ab ility to comport themselves commend ably before an audience and the teach ers skill as a leader A brief description follows 1 SCHOOL EXHIBITIONS An ex hibition Is a public showing ot what Is beliiS accomplished in school It has a number of objects in view It Is expected to Increase public Interest and secure greater cooperation to be an Incentive to effort on the part of the pupils to quicken a lagging in terest at the middle or toward tho close of the term to promote dili gence and good fellowship to bring to light any latent genius that might otherwise remain undiscovered- As commonly given It constate of declamations essays orations debates dialogs oallithenlc drills cur rent events items ot local Interest songs and speeches by teacher and visitorsAn should be planned a considerable time before It Is to be given It may be in the teachers mind for several weeks before being mentioned to the pupils lie must take account of the material at band of the talent to be used This one prin cipal should be laid down as Irrefra- gable that awry pupil In the school must have some part If one cannot sing he can take part In a motion song it he cannot recite alone he can In concert with his class To plan something for the smallest the dull est and the timidest may require tact ITHE FARM from Uncle The woodlot Is n very large factor In production of the raw materials which support the fourth greatest In dustry of the country Although the area ot a single woodlot Is small the cuttings are more frequent than from tho large timber tract and It Is probable that the total amount of tim ber produced by wooUota Is greater than that produced by timber tracts Not only this a farm without a good woodlot la incomplete Usually not less than oneeighth of the acre age of every farm should be devoted exclusively to timber growingIt properly managed tho woodlot will the farmer with posts fuel und building material as suits his rwivwnlence best It may even furnish some Umber for market Again the farm house should be protected from the winds For the livestock grower shielding the barnyard and feedlots will reduce the quantity of grain necessary to fatten stock since less food will be required to sleep up the animal heat In winter A belt ot forest trees will greatly roe duce the danger ot lato frosts to the fruit blossoms of an The woodlot should occupy the waste land not suitable for farm crops Steep hillsides ravines swamps Thoughts About Women- A woman Is more influenced by what she divines than by what she Is toldLenclosWomen are not to be won by mourners Steele Man carves his destiny woman Is helped to hers Julia Ward Howe i iof i1t lIJ Jwi iIfti ar1rIwnrwwiur WYahwti wdra A rn and wisdom but It must be done When tho plan Is sufficiently mat ured to Insure Its feasibility it may be mado known to tho school It will bo moro onJoyoU It the Initiative appears to come from the pupils U will be strange It they will not have made some Inquiries as to whether there Is to be an exhibition this term The teacher has evaded the question or promised to consider it In this case he may say that ho has been asked to consider tthe advisability of giving an exhibition has dono GO and sees no objection It the school as a whole desires It This being aster tained to his satisfaction he may out line his plan laying down such simple conditions 03 seem best It will be wise to let the pupils have as much share In the planning as they are capable of They may elect com mittees with the understanding that the teacher Is by virtue of his responsibility a member of each These committees may be on program advertising decoration arrangement of platform cleaning up the grounds etc No student should serve on more than one or two committees Each committee may call on others for assistance In this way all will be enlisted It will be the duty of the committee on program to see that each pupil LJ assigned to some suitable part Re quells may be considered but the decision of the committee Is final un lers It sees fit to reconsider The program should be Instructive pract- Ical and entertaining Patretlc select ions should always corm a part The following Is offered as suggestive onlrCall to order School Hymn Prayer by clergyman or other vie itorSchool song May A Day in School IHcIamatlon Memory Oem by Pint Reader Class Motion Song by Primary Grades Besay Springtime on the Farm Declamation The Power of Habit John B Cough- TflllUperanee Song Flag Drill- DeciamatloB Lincolns Gettysburg- Address Song National Anthem Oration What Our Country Neede by largest boy Hlctory Drill by advanced atudeate Current Events School Paper- Declamation Humorous SeleUen Original Story by Fifth Grade pupIL Short speeches by visitors Address by Teacher What Our School Is and Should be Closing Song National hymn I Suggestions ta Woodlot Owners Sam supply orchard sand dunes creek banks rocky slopes and corners cut off by ditches creeks or railroads will sustain a good growth of timber and be an Import ant source of revenue Forest growth on steep slopes and river banks pro tects them from erosion by heavy rains und freshets The woodlot affords one of the best opportunities for the practice of forestry It Is accessible enough to al low of moderate cuttings at frequent Intervals its protection from tres pass grazing and fire does not require an elaborate scheme of defense and taxation Is not so great a burden because the revenue In farm supplies more than meets this item every yearIn Circular 138 recently Issued by the Forest Service and which can be had free ot the Forester at Washing ton the model woodlot and the present condition of the woodlots of tho Ohio Valley region are discussed Suggestions are given as to uses ot the woodlot and Its protection from grazing fire and wind and from In jury during cutting and for the Im provement of typical woodlots of dense first growths of mature open stand of dense young stand and sapling thicket Ini coeval with the act of breathings Lesage When a man does good work out of all proportion to his pay In sewn womanI Y Ii o IN OUR OWN STATE- Night hRiders Found Guilty by Jury In Civil Suit Must Pay Dig Damages to VictimConvicted of Stealing from Mails NIGHT RIDERS GUILTY The first serious blow to tho night riders onme Thursday with a verdict against twentyeight of them In Paducah for 86000 damages for beating Robert Hollowell The verdict caused some thing of a sensation and Uio it will be appealed It Is expected that it will keep a lot of men closer at home nightsSTOLE FROM MAILS Floyd Lyttlo of Elktawn was found guilty In tho U S Court in London last week of stealing from tho U S mails The caso was hard fought Sam Cash hav- Ing charge of the defense KILLED IN MINRltMack Gaines Jr was crushed to death last Tues day In tho New Diamond Coal Mine near East Bernstodt WILLSON BACIC Gov Villwn arrived In Frankfort Sunday offer his trip to Washington to attend the con ference of governors and others for the preservation of natural resources He took a largo part In the confer ence and was signally honored by be ing made chairman of the committee to arrange for a permanent organisa tlon He will set to work at once on the Powers case and announce his decision as soon as possible Berea College FairF- OR Fireside Industries Will be held Wednesday June 3 1008 the College Commencement Day in Room 4 Lincoln Hall Read the list of premiums null prepare to matte au exhibit If you should not take n premium you ono show your skill nod may leave a chance to sell something TAKE NOTICE Entries Nay bt wade at asp time I from noon to 4 P M om 3VMar June Y 190S or from 7 41 M to 10 A JI UexfeMtfay Juc 31PJR All goods enlertd for prtmitun mwi MM been wade since lutf Commttieenumi Don Jr5 JW7 Home products not Included IN our list of premiums may be exhibit ed ami offered for sale We offer fine premiums for hick ory or oak split baskets melon shaped There is quite a deinattd for such baskets if wellnuKle The size of such should not be over the half bushel basket and smaller owes will find a readier sale PREMIUMS OFFERED 1fI lID Hoe HIM tmA nkaeweeCarlldla It ee- No se TW epreM- CsrIN path I a so u 1 JOt caws wpt lips 11low Corer Corcrlld fitter o e Lea 111 so cppow 4UaMjr ly I A ole Allwool flew PtawMl e CIa a OIl l as HomciptQ Mutest sKjriMtwtlM a pt- Pt std usydrw rj Plain uea exae I a p- Ran RtIjp egured border IW ri Rag Rap carpet wean i as Hlcfeory or Oik 6pMt MeloMlMpfd I bttfette ras io Axtuwilw hMMHMdt ye 5lUadvuufe tplitlnttoM clwir HitxtBuuic pre Kottk cbalr p nay Knit Sect boewtpni yore 35 Knit Slilttfl boBMHmo Yr IIt1IS No premiums will be given for Linsey Dress Flannels or Linens which do not contain eight yards Onlysecondclass premiums will be given for secondclass articles when no firstclass ones have been enteredCommittee on Homesjnin Pair FIGHT IN IITH DISTRICT In view ot the charges which are being made against Don C Edwards In his campaign for reelection to Congress In the Eleventh District The Citizens believes many of ltd readers will be Interested In the two letters following which are from tho Mountain Echo The first letter was written by Gov Wlllson In reply to an Inqury as to the truth of the charge said to have been made by Sawyer Smith that Edwards hod ap pealed to the Governor not to par don Powers It U as follows Louisville Ky April 4 1B08 Mr J W Catron Albany Ky Dear Slrl remember you very well Indeed You must be mistaken about Representative Smith making such statement I have never hoard a statement that the four Congress men had any meeting In the Powers case nor have I had any Intimation from either of them except that they Lq r tlte + reaa+ ra nwKinrwt +Y all wished that Powers should be par doped and have said so very earnestly I did say to several friends of Pow ers that after all he had said about the prosecution in his case being tor polities It would ombarass mo for him to be a candidate for the purpose ot vindication that I did not wish to consider politics in this case at all and I ant not going to do so and It Is a mistake for him to try tile Congressional route for the purpose of In any way affecting his applica tlon for i ardon or the consideration of It His running against Edwards has nothing on earth to do with It The Eleventh District Is able to take care of Itself and I should not bo willing to Interfere In any way with Its choice for a nominee for Congress I have not promised Powers or any body else that I would grant him n pardon nor have I promised that I would not I have not given any In timation on the subject In any way except that I thought It unwise for him to take politics Into his case and I do think so I oannot tell what I am going to do about tho Powers ease until I have had tile application heard regularly with both Bides re presented and there will be no hilts about It Tho hearing and decision will all be publlo Yours Truly Augustus E Wlllson The tcoonU letter was written by L R Seely president ot the Kentucky Republican Olub in Washington who hall charge ot the Powers pet itions there It is an answer to the charge made by Matthews and others that Edwards was opposed to the pardon of Powers and refused to sign the petition beeauso he wet afraid Powers would run against him The letter Is u follows Washington D C April SO Mi Hea D C Bdwarda Dear IIrI800 by the newspapers that you art charged as having relu ed to sign or circulate a petition to lOoveraor WUbmn for the pardon ef Caleb Powers I desire to assure you that BO Gee extent yourself knows better tbaa I bow utterly grotiadleM ate suck aoousations- Aa pretbleat of the Keainekr Re pvbltau Chub of WbafctagiNi A peal= Usa I still hold I wrote te Mr Power to know If be ilesloai the algaatara dour BMtnben to use ef bU petltloae He replied that be old awl that be would also like te acnr the aaaue of ae aaurtt ot the eaaters sad Men beta of the Hopes ae poMtbee I toot bla litter aid pettUea to the Capital end called you tense your seat and asked U you would circulate oae of tho petitions la the Houses After fully dbMueetag the matter It wee decided that it wwld be batter fbrm to have Mr Powers write jwi direst TC Uwt you would have hie letter with whisk to npproaoti the BMiaben of Congress Aeoordlogly I wrote to Mr Powers sad told him that you or Congressman John W Langley of the Tenth Keatueky District would elreulnte the Betltton through Congress a matter that wouM be very difficult for me to do an I knew very fnw members of either louse I stated specifically In ray letter to Mr Powers that I bad a talk with you In reference to the matter and you would gladly circu late the petition for him To this letter Mr Powers mado no reply- I am exceedingly sorry to lee tho name of Caleb Powers I the man whom all Kentuckians at the National Capital have stood so loyally by dragged Into your campaign In this manner I cretalnly know that you have aided and befriended him and alao Influenced others to do so and do not hseltato to brand any statement to tho contrary as false Very trulyLewis n Steely These two letters would seem to settle these particular charges pretty thoroly FLIES CARRY TYPHOID Flies are as dangerous as wolves or robbers says director of Columbus laboratoriesBy Gehrmann Director of the Colmbus Laboratories People should be Just as careful to keep flies out of their houses as they would a wolf or a hold up man fQr a fly can bo Just as dangerous or more soEvery since tho discovery of bac teriology in the Sos It has been re cognized to a greater or less degree that the fly as a carrying agent for disease Is unsurpassed by any other ttwr Insect not excepting the mosquito Civilized people should no more have tiles In tho houses than those disre putablo Insects that sometimes make bods so uncomfortable They should be barred out the same as any other vermin They are a thousand times moro dangerous The common house fly breeds in filth and lives In filth and brings it Into your house on Its foot which with their long hairs are especially adapted for tho carrying of germ It distributes the bacteria over your fcod and ot course It Is taken Into your system Five million germs have been found In a single fly speck and a million germs are commonly carried on a flys foot- Tuberculosis as well as typhoid fever may be communicated to human beings by tho fly which hoe walked In the sputum of tuberculosis patients either In the street at their homes or In tho hospitals Flies by the doz ens havo been found In the sputum cups of patients Tho time will come It U to bo hoped when tho fly will bo hunted with tha same energy as wolves wero when they Infested tho country or rats or any other troublesome pests Tht oily eon do much 1n the way of educating the public keeping the streets clean having garbage and mnnuro kept in closed receptacle whore tho tiles cannot get In to brood In time other measures will be taken to exterminate them as mosquitoes leave been exterminated to prevent the spread of malaria and kindred diseasesA was taken by Prof William Lyman Underwood of the Massachusetts Institute of Techno logy and shows the tracks of the fir across a glass of Jelly which takes up Mil nourishes germ life In the seams of a few seconds this fly had seaUnred millions of the most danger oils disease germs In a single sot any of which they are several dU pktyed IB the picture are 46000100 genus COMMENCEMENT PLANS CMltM il Itst rtnt Assn sates from Ue Aeademjr Course have a gnat MmMage IK entering upon the study ot Law or MedWnft and he AaMUagr alto ghee iNetrueUea B VfcraMftg sad IlBUftetwtd MaMgenejU The Iwtaetrtal DcfMftMMte are a epettel futtwv ot Urea Jteejr rovng men here leeeme DroW t In brteklalaft KlHtliig earyentry sad OMUIJT other tweful Mia Yomr w mea bt Urge aomben have received UMtnwUon la anraUeg Urees aufclatr cooklac taHmlrr work ete The Music Dtpartateat JaM been especially lateraetlas and tueMMfuL A large number of yevas people bars leaned to play upon tka cabinet or gee and we way expect they will rats the i4aad nl ot senile la Ute Sunday Pchoolc sad day schools of the country A musical oetety of nearly oae hundred aerMM ie to give a con east the Monday night before Com laeneemeMC Derea students are gathered from a1 the counties of Bastern Kentucky and adjoining counties In Tennessee and the Virginias with a tow from North Carolina and Georgia about one hun tired frpm the north and a dozen from foreign counties The fall term will open the 16th of September The Collego advertise ment In another column Is very In teroetluff reading LION THEY STARTED Kcverend Robert Coyler the em- Inent preacher was orglnally a blacksmith and spent many an hour over the forge swinging the heavy hammer to the music ot the anvil This occupation while severe and prosaic had Its uses for years ot hard work brought with It health strength good lungs and a brawny frame which served Dr Coyler In good stead In the pulpit Russel II Conwell who Is credited with preaching to the largest Protestant congregtalon In America In the Baptist Temple Philadelphia began life as a reporter on a Boston newspaper He had many vlsUttudes and finally went Into the Union army and served during the war and It w r THE MARKET Aerie Prlcas Eggs per down lie flutter per lb15Oa Potatoes Irish per bu12li Apples per bl13 00 Strawberries per qt 10lJc Bacon per lb10110 lIam per Ib12cLard per lb12c Chickens om foot per lb lie Chickens droned per Ik 12e I Live Sttok Louisville May 19 1903 Choice export steers G 00 C 60 Light shipping steers G 60 6 CO Choice butcher steer G 25 6 GO Medium butcher steers 4 is G t5 Common butcher steers 4 2G 4 tIi Choice butcher heifers G 26 6 07 Medium butcher heifers 4 00 G 00 Common butcher holfers 3 2G 4 10 Choice butoher cows 4 21i 4 Y6 Medium butcher cows 3 GO 4 Common butuher cows I 76 I CO Canners l 26 I 80 Choice fat oxen 4 GO G r0 Medliin oxen 300 4 W Choice bulls 3 GO I 25 Medium bulls I 75 3 to F Common bulls I 25 I 76 Choice teal calves 136 5i6 Medium veal salves 310 6 00 Common calves 2 GO 3 ro Good feeders 460 6 COO Medium food ra I 00 4 s0 Common feeders 3 50 4 to Choice i took steers 4 00 4 h0 Medium stock steora 3 50 4 10 Commoi stocr steers 3 00 I N Choice stock heifers 151 75 Medium stock heifers I 76 ISCommon mixed utookers I 50 J It Choice milch cows 35 00 46 00 Medium milch cows 25 00 35 90 Common milch dews Ii el 2t ee Boas Choke packer and buUhers- MO to MO lbs 14 Medtam paokew and butelrm 188 to 1H lbs I 18 Choler 4si M1M lbs 4 41 4 M- Llgfcl ptsjg IMt JIJt 386 9 7StLieu ahlppere 18180 lbs I IS Roogha 1M4M the i to 4 a sitar Cbetee fat Sheep 4 litW- VealaM sheep 160 4 88- OatMfOi sheep 2 M S 09- Itacfc 280 I fIG Chelae laatbe lie 48 r Good IwMher Rub I Of I 41 Culls sad UHemla 410 I M bid PO1tKp9 10jHAMBChole sugar cured lijkt ud special sun 111 me heavy U n 41um 11 to 11Se- OHOULDLRSSo J pu Ik 4 BACON Clear rib side 8e reg t ular clear skisu Ic breakfast bacon 14Hc sugar sure shtuUtr itt h j cora sibs IVlc belllec light lie laM T7 lie t LARD Ptlmt abase la Wow 1 pure leaf la UereMllc la tabs UWcrDRIED BEEF lie s BatHCace owtA 140 per Aot onmlkd 143- 4eBL1Tllt4e per lb POULTRYtprtmr ughkens JO to Sen lima 10 to l1ta turkey 8 to Ha ducks lie- WITJIATNo S 90e No 3 91- eCOjfro 3 white 7Sc No 3 mixed 7144- OATSNov No 3 white I6V4C No 3 miss1641yaRYIINo Northern 00c No 1 Northern Sac was only after that event that he fin ally preocivcd that hie real vocation was In the ministry Ellhu Root Secretary ot State be gan life as a school teacher and afterwards drifted Into law and politics United States Seflator Perkins of California earned his tint dollar as manyIupswealth In the great West returning to Washington as the representative ofIhis State In the highest councils of the nation George Barton In UncleIRernusa The Home Magazine May OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY 1 Control Anu and Court Street Cincinnati Ohio This college was organized In 1845 mid the 03rd Annual Session begins October 6th 1008 Tills In tbo first Dental College established In the West It Is coeducational and has a teach tog corps of twenty Instructors Its buildings are modern and adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and 1U clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses In chin tout Instruction are also given For Information and announce PlaceCincinnati f = r J w y TOPICS AND SPEAKERS AT CONFERENCE ICHIEF FOR CONSER VA TION OF NATURAL RESOURCES Natural Resources 1Conference TopicsUnder Discuon r YorkIngenious kind In the history of civilization liD tile Mr Itesavdp IRIfr reIi about Wm beginning at the top and poMln from left to right are Speaker Cannon Forestry Chief Plnehot Poit xtsmr aural 11er e Jslsn 1r lIallll1 tL t tfll1e t of the American Institute of Hnclnwin Senator La 1 Senator ICnox and Secretary Root supremetJ I Jkimy of AUnRt Ma On tlhu mapr a pletured mining cattle raleing raUroadIDi farming river tvaruporUUon manufaoturin building material I J When the conference 61 governor nf states and men distinguished In pot lltteal life of tbo nation mot at tho White House In Washington May 13 f 1416 In btbalt of tho preservation of tho country natural resources tho strangest aad porbcps the most Im I portait convention over held In the capital was Inaugurated Among iboco Invited to attend by resident Rqosevclt himself were mem Tiers of tho cabinet judgoa of tho su promo court of tho United States governors of nil tho states In tho union including the executives of Alaska and Hawaii and Andrew Car- negIe William Jennings Dryan James J Hill the railroad magnate John Mitchell tho labor leader and prom inent scientists and ImslnoM men j from all over the country Political difference opposing Issues of national questions and business rivalry were laid aside to discuss tho g ways and means of conserving the nat ural resources of tho country President Roosevelt opened tho con vention with an exposition of tho why And wherefore of the conference and an outline of his views of tho mat ter While on his trip dow the Mis sissippi river last fall with tbo gov ernors of 16 states under the auspices of the Inland Waterways association lie In said to have obtained the nucleus of thb Idea which resulted In tho present conference- It will bo remembered that Presi dent Roosevelt on that trip expressed the opinion that the question of the conservation of tho natural resources of the country was of more import ance than the regulation of tho rule I questionA of papers prepared at the presidents request were read And discussed James J Hill the railroad king ipokfi on Relations Between Rail and water Transportation Ills paper dealt with such subjects as the growth of rail transportation Its distribution and extent of systems cost t and present value traffic and earning capacity estimated cost of the cultlva ilon of trees for railroad tics and their preservation Increasing railways to meet prospective requirements otc Regarding water transportation Mr 11111 dealt with Its cost present fact Rios relation to rail transpatatton pressing lines of development regu lation by business Interests or by law Influence of cheapened transportation on production etc Under tho general head of land resources Prof T C Chamberlain of tho University of Chicago In a paper on Soli d+ slt with its origin nat urnl producer progressive enrich went effects of cultivation erosion and general estimates of loss to the country through Be dUvMy reduced I fertility and decreased production Tho question of Forests was expounded by R A long president of tho Long Bell timber company of Kansas City Mon who explained their early us j and destruction present ex tent and value rato of consumption estimated duration prospective prices of forest products tho Influence of forests on toll ground water and springs rivers floods and low water waterway Improvement and navlga tion and the relation between forest control and crop production com moron and population Dr George W Kober of Washington In a paper on Sanitation spoke of tho development of systems of community water supply relation between purity and clarity of wator for com munity supply mortality and disease duo to Impuro water and the action required In tho interests of the public healthReclamation by lion George C Pardoo of Oakland Cat dealt with the extent of arid and semiarid re gions development and extent of Irrigation growth of concepts concern Ing waterrights and water as a basis of property Influence of Irrigation on production commerce population consumption of water and other re sources reclamation and stream con trol by drainage and extent of swamp and overflow lands and increased value available by drainage protection and flood prevention Judge Joseph II Carey of Choycnno Wyo In a paper on Land Laws dealt with their early policy of dis posal transfer under state charters especial grants etc development ef feet of creation of national parks forests and other reserves advantages of making this n nation of homes and homo owners stato and federal action required etc Hon II A Jastro president of tho National LIveStock association of Dakersfleld Cal delivered a gaper on Orating and Stock Raking He treated on the development of tho In dustries In the United States their extent and value grazing In the arid and semiarid regions methods and results comparative cost and profit arid relation between stock raising and commerce Under the general head of mineral resources Dr I C White state gco logist of West Virginia in speaking of mineral fuels dealt with the coal fleldu af tho United States methods of mining losses in mining estimated duration of present methods of min ing and use Improvements In mining and use connection with coal produc ion and traurpoftatlon relation be tween coal rod other resources pe troleum ondtocle gas and possible substitutes lor fuel Andrew Carnegie spoke oa Ores i and Related Minerals their production in the United States price esti mates of available quantity duration of supply processes of mining and quarrying and probable consequences of exhaustion of standard minerals On May 12 President Roosevelt en tertained at dinner tho cabinet the members of the supremo court tho governors and the other more distinguished guests Gifford Pinchot chief of tho forestry division gave a reception to tho governors and the In land Waterways association on May 14 On tho afternoon of May 15 Mrs Roosevelt gave a garden party on the White grounds for all the dole gates to tho convention At tho vans ous hotels in Washington arrangements were made for smaller receptions and dinners All of tho governors who accompanied President Roonovclt on his Mis sissippi river trip last fall were pres ent They are Comer of Alabama Broward of Florida Denccn of JIll nois Cummins ot Iowa Hock of Kan sas Blanchard of Louisiana Folk of Missouri Shelton of Nebraska Cuny of New Mexico Durko ot North Da kota Frantz of Oklahoma Chamber laIn of Oregon Davidson of Wisconsin and Drooks ot Wyoming That the conference attracted world wldo interest was evidenced by tho fact that many of the foreign diplomats at Washington followed the affairs of tho convention closely Those who were In close touch with tho conference arrangements declare they have never known another movement which has been greeted with such quick and enthusiastic popular approvalAn of public opinion was afforded by tho great mass of corre spondence which poured Into tho White House on this subject Organl zatlons of all sorts expressed realiza ion of tbo greatness of tho enter priseThat conservation of national re sources la nothing about which the political parties wish to ralso an Issue Is indicated by the attitude of the Democratic leaders Both William J Dryan and Oov John A Johnson leading candidates for tho Democratic presidential nomination wroto to President Roosevelt expressing their approval Equally emphatic Indorse ment It Is understood has been voiced by Grovcr Cleveland Mr Iryans letter to the president read I great ly appreciate your kind Invitation and shall take pleasure In attending the conference on the conservation of nat ural resources I am I beg to assure you In hearty sympathy with the pur pose of tho conference and I havo no doubt that tho dlscrisslon of tho sub ject will be very helpful to us all Gov Johnsons letter read To as c At the White House May 13 1415 Some of the Chief Talkers allot house sure you that I heartily agree with your conclusion that the conservation of tho natural resources of our country presents a problem demanding tho best thought of our times Is superflu ous Wo havo been exploiting our resources with no thought of the morrow and Uio claims of posterity upon us should certainly be taken Into ac countIn hIs letter of invitation to the conference President Roosevelt said Thero Is no other question now before tho nation of equal gravity with the question of conservation of our natural resources and it is tho plain duty of us who for the moment are responsible to tako Inventory of tho natural resources which havo been handed down to us to forecast the needs of tho future and so handle the great sources of our prosperity as not to destroy in advance all hope of the prosperity of our descendants Tho need for such a conference is Illustrated by a few facts vouched for by investigators Government experts say that between 300000000 and 400 000000 tons of coal were lost In 1906 by penny wise and pound foolish methods and that the total so wasted since tho beglnnng of tho Industry is 60000000000 tons Millions upon millions of horsepower are going to waste through failure properly to utilize and conserve the waterpower of tho United States The construction of reservoirs at tho sources of streams In which flood- waters may be stored to be released at periods of low water Is expected not only to keep tho waters at a continuous level but prevent the destruc tion of property by floods maintain constant levels for navigation and to develop water power At tho present rato of timber con Gumption It Is estimated that tho price of every kind of lumber will bo about double tile present price only one de code from today It Is said that the total Iron oro available In tho world today is 25 000000000 tons at which threefifths Is in tho United States Should the rate of consumption continue to In crease in the United States In tho same ratio that it has In tho course of the last score of years at the end or two centuries there would be no more ore to be mined In the United States there is an area of 175000000 acres of land Susceptible to reclamation by irrigation and 600 000000 acres of western public range which may be made available for in creased production of meat hy restrict- Ing the grazing and resoedlng portions which have been destroyed by unrestricted grazing With this area mado available once more It Is eats mated that Its meat producing cafeity will be uaaily deiIWed I 0 il I rUl Round About the State L Differenttl1 tk1 01 DEATH ENDS CAREER Of Edward P Farrell One of Ken tuckys Most Brilliant Lawyers Lexington yEtlwnrd P Farrell one of tho most brilliant Attorneys at tho Lexington bar n forceful speaker and noted at homo and abroad for his ready wit and sarcasm died of Brlghfs diseaseMr was 46 years of age and leaves a wife and three daughters Ha was educated at Georgetown univer ally Washington D C and began his career as n lawyer and politician ns private secretary to tho late Senator James D Deck Ho a term as dl31tnctto him and ever afterward ho took oinpIoyTumt only on tho side of tho defense Ho was uncommonly successful in many of tho most Important cases In this slate the past 20 years He was one ot counsel for Madeline Pollard in the famous Pollard Breckinrltlgo case at Washington and was the leading counsel tor tho late James Hargls vhnn ho was acquitted here LETTERS OF APPEAL Justify Troop Movement In Bracken Says Adjutant Generals Office Frankfort Ky Scores of letters have been received by Gov Wlllson and Adjt Gen Johnston giving ac counts of threatening letters warning notos and with each of theso letters comes an appeal for protection It is raid that tho newspaper correspond ents there havo been threatened with whipping If reports of the raids of night riders aro sent out and it was upon these appeals that tho troops were sent to Bracken Adjt Gen Johnston said that they were sent for tho purpose of protecting the men women and children in that county against tho lawless bands and if pos sible to arrest some of the men guilty of night riding The names of the growers and buy ers who have been threatened and whipped will not be disclosed by the adjutant gelicrals office as they re quested their names not to be given out when they sent the letters Capital Increased Louisville KyAt a meeting of the stockholders of the Bourbon Stock Yards Co an increase of 400000 In tho capital stock was authorized Xo mention was made of a monger with the Central Stock Yards Co though this has been planned for some time Minority stockholders In tho Central will file a suit for Injunction against the merger If It is attempted Mayers Hammer Causes Three Deaths Louisville Ky John Mayers ham mer has been responsible for three deaths here Mayer hit his brotherin law Henry Dietrich on the head with the hammer some weeks ago killing him payers father dropped dead as a result of the shock Mm Dietrich passed away from sorrow occasioned by the murder of her husband Mayer was acquitted In tho courts en plea of selfdefense Resistance Promised Lexington Ky Sixtyfive soldiers parts of Lexington and Frankfort com ranles of militia Second regiment left for Maysville from where they went to Bracken county to investigate night rider troubles There is feeling against the soldiers In Bracken coun ty and tho sheriff says ho will arreat the soldiers If they attempt to mako arrests without warrants After Raiders Maysville KyIt is declared hero that tho soldiery consisting of two companies will place under arrest at least 200 alleged night riders Tho names of the men aro In tho hands of the military authorities who state that tho men when arrested will be placed in the Jails at Lexington Frankfort and Maysville Diamond On Skeleton Danville KyWhen excavating for n largo business house on the property of Richard Morrlssy workmen uncov ered a human skeleton on the third finger of which was a largo diamond ring The body was In a brick vault but thero was no evidence of a coffin State Expected To Investigate Frankfort Ky M H Thatcher state Inspector and examiner will in vestigate the affairs of Iho Frankfort penitentiary probably within a short time and will probe Into the charges mado by Gco Chinn formerly warden MaJ Robbins Dead Augusta KyMaj J W Robbins of the Covington revenue service died lit his homo hero after several weeks illness MaJ Robbins was a veteran of the civil wur To Make Latonla Track Dry Covington KyLalonla citizens aro making a strenuous fight to prevent tho solo of liquor at the raco track when tho spring meet opens A re monstrance was filed against granting ot license to Thomas Cody Companies Wouldnt Pay Louisville KYA R Roberts and tho Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co filed suit against tho Dlxlo and the Globe and Ruttgers Fire Insurance Cos for 1000 in each suit for warehouses destroyed by night ride s- b dP t I ot AD A LICENSE Blue JtSays1 Lexington Ky After being in session 29 days tho Fayette county grand Jury made Its report to Judge Parker In tho circuit court and was dla charged Fortyeight indictments for f various offenses wore found Tho feat ft uro of the report Is tho reonnnmonda tlon that a campaign should bo miido ra against gamblingiWa are satisfied from our Investi gation that gambling Is on the crease In this city and that there tireralmost as many gambling places as v thoro arc saloons L Wo find that men prominent In af fairs whoso example and Influence Jshould bo for good morals arc almost openly engaged In this practice overttday Tho persons convicted seem to tcgard tho payment of a fine as a 11 cense to continue In tho business fPREACHER KINNEY Causes Warrants To Be Issued For Men Who TIs Said Whipped Him Augusta KyUpon complaint fr Lewis Kinney County Judge Bradford at BrooksvlIIe issued warrants charg ing J W Devaughn and Frank Hlmi with being members of the band ofAmasked men who appeared at Klnnoya homo on the night of May 1 and whip ped him Judge Bradford gave the warrants to Deputy Sheriff Thomas Cummins with instructions to go s alone and make the arrests and not let tho soldiers bo present Lewis Kinney Is a farmer and stool 0 breeder during tho weok ant on Sun days conducts revival services on hli3 t farm being known as Preacher Kinrte net Col LIHard declares that he has vl denco upon which to swear out war rants for moro than 20 night riders Covington Gets Next Encampment z Louisville Ky Toward the close of + the state encampment hero of the O A R a message of cheer was read from tho Womans Relief Corps The messago was that the women wero ready to do as much as they have In the past for tho benefit of tho totter ing men of the old federal army COY Ington was chosen over Owensboro and Richmond for the next convention winning 95 to 20 MaJ A T Wood Kentucky pension agent was defeated for a delegatcshtp to tho national en campment Honored Wlllson Frankfort KyGov Willson was given an enthusiastic welcome by the + Harvard graduates when he arrived in Philadelphia to attend the meeting of tho Associated Harvard clubs In a letter to McKenzie Todd private see tetary the governor said ho was mettat the train by a large number of liar vard men who cheered and sang My Old Kentucky Home In hU honor Kentucky Senators DividedvWashington Senators McCreary and Paynter aro at odds over tho crea lion of a federal court at Jackson Ky Payntor is supporting tho bill and Me i Crearyls opposing It Paynter called up the bill for action and McCreary re quested that It go over It went over 4Damage Claim Denied Louisville KyTho administrator of J P Kent who had sued the LouU vlllo R Eastern railroad and tho Louis ville Railway Co for 125000 In damages because of the death of the de cedent was denied damages by a Jury in JUdgo Fields court Rifled the Malls i London KyFloyd Lyttle formerly assistant postmaster at Elktawah Breathltt county was found guilty on two counts on an Indictment In the United States district court charging him with rifling tho malls passing through tho Elktawah ofllce Ready For Em Foster KyJohn Jolt a tobacco grower ot this place Is determined to rum his farm as ho sees fit nnd it is said his house Is a regular arsenal It is also said he has dynamite about his place and is well prepared for any Intruders Charged With Bootlegging Paducah Ky Word reached here t that tho Lyon county grand Jury ad journed without indicting any ot the men charged with night riding but It did Indict Sanford Ii Hall on three counts for selling liquor without a i license T Thinks Are Him i a Lancaster Ky James Merford a young farmer who lives near hers Is a raving maniac as a result of reading sy tho stories of the lawless deeds of night riders 110 thinks the riders era y after him Gatling Gun Drill A Frankfort KyTbe members of each company of tho Kentucky state guards will be drilled in the use of tho Oatllng guns In tho rifle practice drill ti at the state rango this year on nocount tot r the frequent calls for tho Galling 11i Troops At Hopklnsyllle Hopklnsvlllc RA detail from the fif Owensboro military compare arrived In this city No Information has been it tlven out concerning their appcaranna hero They havo been un guard at Par dacah during the Holfawcll trial r Ao J Y d c Iro1 C e J oc1 East Kentucky j Y I News You Get Nowhere Else i iNoeorreipidtac pabUihKl nnlMi ilcscl U ten by the writer Tit 111111i It lot tor pafcltwUoi lot a II trUeic el rood faith Wrttt plainlyos osososoSoeoSososososososo RMKtASTLE CtUITYG- OOCHLAKD Goochland May 16 Sunday school at this place is In the finest condit ionWm Jones and J W Cox are at home from Berea getting ready for the examination Joseph Gntllft who has been away some time la homo to see his mother at Doulbellck E Johnbom cut his hand very badly last SundayElmer Anglin and wife of Dlsputanta visited their parents Mr and Mrs Joel Lake Sunday Jim Sexton and Homer Phillips attended the circus at Mt Vernon Wed nesdayFrank Dooley has bought a nice cornlsh organ Ada Dooley has returned from Big Hill where she has been staying with her aunt A RlchardsonSanford Isaacs was in town SundayHogs are bringing a better price in this part than ever known Wm Jones of this place Is attending the examination at McKee this weekWm Alcorn preached an interesting sermon at Pleasant Hill Sunday Maggie and Doloras Witt visited home folks at this place last weekJames Lunsford will preach at Goochland next SundayThe Baptists of this place have organized a Sunday school of their own which is In full speed Ella Dooley and John W Cox Berea Normal students left for Mt Vernon Thursday to attend the examination Alllo Phillips vls ited her parents at Eglin last week ESTILL COUNTY FOX Fox May 18 Farmers have been getting a great deal of corn planted the last weekFrank Morgerson of Irvine was In town SundayQulte a number attended Sunday School here today The school Is working hard preparing exercises for Chil drens Day the first Sunday in June Jim Johnson recently front PowellI County is cultivating Joe Winburnd farm this yearWm II Rose Marlon Hall and our assessor A J Chrlst opher are all wearing great big broad smiles H is a girl at each place Glendon Click called and spent the day with Miss Bessie Curtis Wednes dayMra Lelia Shearer who has been visiting at her parents Mr and I Mrs N E Curtis has returned to her home at Ford Clark County Eddie Wnrner our planter has gone to Madison County near Va1e1I View to work this summerMrsI Sallle Rufus Sudle and Lloyd Mober ly Mrs N E Curtis and two little Eons were the guests of Mrs Anne Click SaturdayAlgln Horn caught a fine lot of fish Saturday night Charley and Parker WInburn were SundayMatwho was very sick at last writing Is improving Our merchant N E Cur tis is gone to Richmond todayN- E Curtis Is paying four and onehalf for hogs TrAQKR TIItR- Wagersvllle May ISWe are hay ing a great deal of rain Farmers are greatly behind with their work Miss es Lena Edwards and Vlner Fowler are visiting In Irvine this week Miss Fan Wagers Messrs Ambrose Wagers and Ambrose Wilson were the guests h of Rctha ScrIvner Saturday night and t Sunday Mr J P Richardson who was very badly bruised up by a tree falling on him Is getting along nlce i lyMiss Katherine Wagers came home from Richmond d Monday where she spent several weeks with relat rj Ives Salesman AC Wilson passed tL thru here WednesdayMr Wade Park will move Into the house vncat fcd by Joo KIdwell Several men from this place attended court at Irvine Monday OWSLEY COUNTY 1SLAxi ciTy longII and farmers are huslllug The Court of Inquiry held Monday at this placer by Judge Brewer resulted In True Bills being issued against several of iothc IlOysG J Gentry made a flying trip to Manchester Tuesday on f business and returned same day f Tho false report of tho pardon of Powers and Howard brought sad S7 faces to their many friends and they 3v are anxiously awaiting the Governors t t decision A B Carmack has moved I Jj into his new residence on Holly Fork Regular services will be held each- I Jhjrti SfttHrday and Sunday at Oak M Grove by the Rev Harvey Johnson o 1 14r Yr J I Lt y u f T 0 + s0sosososesesososesososaleIWork begin some time In June to complete the contract H C McGeorgo has Just completed his two martin boxes each thirty feet hlghJ T Centry who married at West Hamden W Va March 25 will arrive home to his fathers sometime in Ma- yvlxcilsT Vincent May 16Farmers arc nearly done planting corn having taken advantage of the nice weather for tho past weekMr W C Hamilton has Just returned from a trip In the fruit tree business and Is now spending a week at Vincent resting up and jok- Ing with old friends Mr D C Maln ous of Vincent is at London this week serving as one of the Federal Jurors T B Venablo was on Island Creek Tuesday and WednesdayHarvey Mortum Is visiting In Estlll County this week James Prlco left for Pow ell County last week Miss Martha Rowland and Rebecca Malnous of Vin cent are attending the examinations at Boouevlllc Trlgg Brandenburg of Buck Creek was the guest of Mr JJ n Botner Saturday night Rolo Ven able and wife were the guests of James Isaacs Tuesday night Mr Joseph Creech of Earnestvllle was the guest of Isaac Botner Sunday Mr S P Caudell and wife of Travelers Rest have Joined the music class at Vincent and will attend every Sunday We are glad to have them with us CLAY COUNTY SEXTONS CREEK Sextons Creek May 15 Farmers are behind with their work in this community on account of ralnTay lor Slzemore sold his farm to D A Campbell for 600 per acreNorm Sizemore and his brother Jesse lett here for Nlcholasvllle KytPreachlng Splvy Sunday by the Rev J P Metcalf Miss Lottie Glenn who is staying at Boonevlllo paid home folks a visit Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mlntle Smith who has been sick for quite a while Is slowly Improving Married last Thursday Henry Peters Miss Emily Conrad the Rev J R Metcalf ottlcatlng May their future be one of peace happiness and prospcrty Sunday school has been reorganized at Splvy under the supervision of Silas Field and others A few cases of measles have been reported at Taft Ryo W Burch and T E Burch have been delivering pictures tho past weekMr J Hunter of this place Is conducting a singing school at New Hope TRATKUKR9 nEST Travelers Rest May 14Much tram was planted here this week Maudie and Claudie Kldd from Madison Co are tisltlng friends near here Sing ing school was largely attended at Vincent Sunday Friday and Saturday are examination days for teachers and among the applicants are Palmer Scott Rebecca Malnous and Martha Rowland We trust they will make good certificates Grant Splvy has returned from an extended visit to Earnestvlllo where he has been visit ing S English and Dodger Smith Mrs Clay Smith Is attending singing school at Vincent and is Improving well J B Banks and his daughter Lena have returned from Powell Co Lucy McQueen visited friends in Jackson County Wednesday 11UIININO SPUING1 e Burning Springs May 14 Burning Springs Lodge No 184 Knights of Py thlax met In tho hall In the College building on May 9 1903 at 7 p m They were happily surprised when Informed that Miss Haagcn had prepared a mapper for them to be served at 9 oclock After the preliminary business of the Lodge was over they proceeded to Miss Haagcns room where they received such a reception that none but a skillful entertainer can give First Miss Haagcn gave a nIce talk along tho lino of fraternalism and education expressing her regret to leave the work hero at this time unnmttired ns It may seem to her But Miss Haagcn can rest assured that her work has been greatly ap- precIated here and her friends feel that she will be amply paid some day for her work and sacrifices that eno has made when those lessons have matured and when those impression have had a tendency to uplift and elevate those who received them Second the members of the Lodge were served with refreshments tQ their hearts content including sand a wlches Jellies cakes coffee etc After which Interesting talks were mado by lion W A Cope of Maul den Ky Rev Langdon of Datha Ky Rev Thou Murrel of Ammle Ky and others who expressed their Joy at being present and their grateful ness to Miss Haagen for her generos ity and kindness The ladles who added to the occasion by their presence were Miss es Mary Clarkston and Dory Raw lings Mrs Dr H C Hornsby Mrs E a Rawlings and Mrs Clarkston Some prominent members from a dis tance were S S and Jcp Wolfe J C anil Frank lUx 0 W Hall Fred Estridge Hugh and Robert Ba ker Irvin Hornsby Robert Ball J W T Brigmon Ira Hensley George and Irvin Hornsby Robert Ball J M Lewis J W Wilder John Sams Colmbus Thompsonand others equal ly as prominent but too numerous to mention The whole occasion was a swell affair and the Lodge as a whole ren dered a vote of thanks to Miss hang en for her hospitality aster which ranks were conferred upon six nev applicants TINE Vine May 9People are getting along very slow farming on account of the rain Miss Lucy Robinson is visiting friends and relatives here now Alice and Clara Montgomery were the welcome guests of Julia Ferguson Thursday evening last Miss Cora Robinson visited Alice Hurley a few days ago and reported a good UmeW M Carter and Rama Clay Misses Julia and Lizzie Ferguson were the welcome guests of Mary and Henry Rica Saturday night and reported a nice tlrae Mlss Clara Rice the daughter of U S O Rico died May 6thMlss Mary Rice visited Mrs M L Ferguson Sunday night last Elbert King got his house burned one night last week His wife and children barely escaped It S supposed that It caught from the stovoSunday Is the regular church time at Pine Grove The men and boys are very busy working in the stave woods this wet weatherHenry King has moved from the Briar Branch Everybody bates to give him up I ijl WHITLEY COUNTY COR1HN Corbin May ISlIrs Wilder moth er of Miss Laura Wilder who has been sick for the past few days says she is able to be out again Miss Mary Cummins has returned to Cor bin after a two weeks visit to her home at Bold Rock Laurel County Miss Emma Caps gave her friend Miss Liza Wyrick a fine present valued at 125 She is much pleased Liehue Capps Is very sick Just nowA negro died In our depot Sun day nigh He was on his way to Knoxvllle Tenn No one knows him in our city Miss Sarah Wyrick vis ited her friend May Lakes Sunday JACKSON COUNTY MlD1rU FOHK Midfllefork May 1GMrs Cap Wil son is somewhat better Mr Oiicy Tussey sold a tIne mule to his bro ther Joe for jiGOJ W Angel was at Horse Lick on business Friday The Rev B H Cole is In this com munity Mr and Mrs Isaac Lear of Carico visited Mrs Lears parents this week Miss Laura Wilson has been a sufferer for several days with neuralgia Mr Dan Lear seems to bo getting worse all of the tlmeThe death angel stole into the home of Cap Wilson and took from them their beautiful little son May 6th rArnoT Parrot May IGIhce Hellard la put on a business trip for J JI Hun dley this week Henry Simpson from near Big hull passed through here Wednesday Robert McDowell has JY turned from the U S Army Ills friends welcome him backTho par ents of the district met here and did tome repair work on the schoolhouse Friday evening There has been much corn planted this week Golden Fllnchiim of Moore Creek was In our midst Friday evening John Creech of East Bernttadt was here Saturday buying cattle Jerome Hellard has a complete photographla outfit and Is prepared to make first class photos Miss Mandy Wilson was the welcome guest of her sister Mrs Susie HollnrU Friday night Mm Wm Hundley Is vlnitlng her mother on Meows Creels this week SANI GAP Sand Gap May 19 Sherman Dur ham and wife of Jamestown are vlsr sting at this place and Crooked Lane Prof John F Beau who lute bon i teaching a normal school at Egypt Ky passed thru this vicinity Satur I 1DrJnchJM 4 r n him again after his long stay In Egypt Rev Elmer Clemmons filled his regular appointment at Dullard Durhams SundayE E Durham and wife visited at Ft Riddle Sunday The new stores at this place aro flourishing nicely Thomaa Coyle went to Berea to day after goods for A P GabbardHenry Marcum of Waneta passed thru here yesterday with part of the famous Haag show that Is to be shown at McKee tho 3rd of Jane Mr Marcum was riding an elephant and as they went thru Durhams Lane tho elephant threw him off Several of this place are planting to attend Commencement at DereaA P Gabbard has return ed from Louisville where he went as a delegate to the convention KOIIIKKT Robinet May 16 Regular ser vices were held at Horse Lick last Saturday and SundayThe people all seem to be behind with their farming on account of so much rain4 Thad Drew had a log rolling Saturday morning Aunt Mary D Carpenter has been very low with grippe and rheumatism for tho past week She Is improving very slowly Harrison and Brewer are working hero In tho produce business for Alex Summers of Lexington KyMilt Carpenter left here last week for Emanuel to Bee Henry Miller on some business Tobe Carpenter of Pango was In this part lost week seeing after his fathers estate Charley Wino had a log roll Ing last Monday and got a tine days work doneFrank Rose and Bob are hauling ties rain or shine Green Parker of CarlO is employed by Thos Dales working In timberIVBLBY- Hurley May 15We are having some more rainy bad weather Most everybody planted corn the first of the week Regular church services were held at this place Saturday and Sunday Several people from Blrchllck attended B II Cole ploughed for Llgo Angel of near Mlddlofork Thurs IlarfNl Lizzie McCollum had a wool picking Thursday and invited several of the neighbors Mrs Jno Gabbard Sr has been visiting at Mr Frank Gabbards this weekMr Dan McCollum Is able to be out again KKKUT ItXOB Kerby Knob May 18Rev James Lunitord preached at the Grove church houso Sunday evening There was a large crowd present Ho will also preach on the third Sunday in next month Misses Bessie and LIl- lie Powell Ellen and Aimer Blckncll took dinner with Miss Myrtle Click Sunday Miss Rena KIrby who has been staying at flexes has come home for a while Mr Green Combs was the guest of Mr George Johnson Fri day night Miss Frances Azblll took dinner with Miss Nannie Williams SundayMiss Myrtle Click visited Misses Bessie and Lillie Powell Sat urday night There will be preaching here next Saturday week that will be the 30th of May We hope to see a large crowd present Mr and Mrs John Parks of Hugh visited Mr and Mrs Torn Click Sunday Mrs Del plus Powell who was bitten by a copperhead last Saturday is pretty rick Miss Mollle Pearson attended the examination Friday find Saturday Mrs Betsy Powell Is very ill with fever TYNrn Tyner May ISWe are glad to say that Mrs Mattlo Hamilton is better Mrs Betty Miller Is sick George Miller Is teaching singing school at Oak Grove Mr Will Moore of Lee County visited his parents Mr anti Mrs O W Moore of this plncel fred Moore of ilaulden passed that here Monday on his way to Louis villoMr Edward Anderson of Be rea passes thru here on his way to see his mother Riley Moore who has been In Hamilton 0 for so 10IO came home Sunday Miss Zoe Moore visited Misses Maud and Claud Ham- Ilton Saturday night and Sunday Mr W R Rader and Johnle Jones of East Bernstadt visited friends and relatives at this place from Sat urday until Tuesday Mr M F Good man went to see his niece Maggie Welch of Oral Hawk who is 111 Mrs Mattie Jones and Lucy Bowles went to McWhorter last week shop Ing Llttlo Jack Mooro who has been visiting his grandparents for three months came home last SundayMrs America Tincher has been very tick for the last week Mr and Mrs Jno MoorQ visited his parents Mr and Mrs A J Moore of Maulden JACKSON COUNTY CONVENTION McKee May IGAt a meeting call s d by O J Radar retiring secretary of the Republican Committee of Jack Cornmittsppenjsiesslon and proceeded to organ v a 1 r L ar lie The credentials wore read and a majority of the commlttteo were present by roll call and the purpose of the meeting being stated nominations were called for for temporary chairman and secretary Dr W S Amyx was elected temporary chalrmar and L C Little temporary secretary without opposition Nominations were called for for permanent chairman and Dr O 0 Goodman of Wolchlurg was elected without opposition A speech was called for from Dr Goodman Ho responded in a short but convincing address In which he declared ho would servo the people without pro judice or partiality Nomlnatona were called for for per manent becrotary II Clay Baldwin and W E Farmer being placed In nomination a vote being taken viva voce the chairman declared H Clay Baldwin of Moores Creek elected lie responded to a call for a speech and declared for union and harmony and fair dealing among tho Republican party which he declared was the key to success Dr W T Amyx being placed in nomination for treasurer and no other name being placed before the conven tion the chairman declared Dr Amyx unanimously elected Tho convention adjourned to meet whenever any business it to be transacted The Citizen received tho above des cription of the Republican Convention of Jackson County from some un known person and cannot therefore be certain of Its accuracy We do not often print unsigned news but In this case tbo facts are of Interest to hundreds of our readers the news did not come In In the regular way and the letter seems to have been written without any intention to of fend We therefore print It for what It Is worth HAMILTON 0 LETTER Hamilton 0 May IGYr John Uumford died at hU home hero on Cleveland Ave Thursday Way Hand was taken Saturday back to Brooksville Bracken County Ky his former home for burial Mr Rum ford moved to Hamilton about four or five sears ago was 63 years of age and died of a complication of diseases Ho leaves a wlfo and a num ber of children to mourn his loss The farmers havo made good use of time during tho fine weather of this week after having had two weeks of cool rainy weather during Which time they were unable to do but little to wards farming Tho fait crop prom lIes to be good this year Business In the hops here seems to be lagging somewhat as but few of them are busy Koro than half of the time now Work will begin May 18th on the construction of the new First ward school building which will be located In Grand View Addition In St Clair township Just recently Incorporated in the city Bender Bros contractors of Hamilton havo tho Job which U to cost 157000 and to be fin shed this year Because of the con duct of boys of tho various public schools Wednesday night when they attempted to havo a series of flag rushes Eupt Joyce has declared offstho Granular school athletic meet According to a report from Colum bus 0 the Keith Circuit will a vaudeville house in this city abortiSeptember 1st This will give Ham ilton four theaters Tho Y M C A directors organized by electing W It Tobey president B 0 Ruder vicepresident Will Huber Secretary and Chas E Hotsor treasurer II V Chaso was reelected general Secretary Arrangements have been made for tho Boston Nationals to play tho Hamilton Krebs at the now 4 athletic park which has Just recently been opened The Democrats of the Third Ohio Congressional District wilt hold their convention In Eaton next Tuesday but It Is hardly probable that 1 any nomination for Congress will be p- madeThere has been a conference held in the office of city sollctor as to the protection to be given tho territory recently taken into Ham ilton It was found that thirtyfour additional policemen and eleven fire men would be necessary Word has been received from former Congress man F B Landls of Logansport Indr that ho will be here May 30 to de liver the Memorial day address In Smiths theater Mr Ijindls Is a native of Butler County MADE RICH BY ADVERTISING John Wanamaker who Is the Largest Merchant in the world says Advertising made him rich Mr Wanamaker you are one of the largest advertisers of the country 1 have noticed that you keep your ad vertisements running during the hard times Many of the merchants hare let them drop Does It pay to advertise when times are hardy was the question icceutly asked the Merchant Prince I certainly think so replied Mr Wanamaker When tho times are hard and people are not buying Is tho very time that advertising should be the heaviest You want to get the people to see what you have to sell and you must advertise to do that When tho times are good they will come of their own accord But I be lien In advertising nil the time Wo never stop advertising You use tho newspaper almost altogether for advertising do you not Yes I have tried all kinds but I think newspaper advertising Is by far the beat I used to spend a great deal of money In posters and bills but 1 have given up that long ago Can you sere any Immediate results from aura advertising I asked I should think too replied Mr Wonamakcr If you will como over to our Philadelphia or New York store come morning when we havo ndver tised a job lot of something and look at tho long line of people who are standing outsldo waiting for the doors to open you will see how the advertisements In the newspapers are read COME AND SEE During the last six months I have had many inquiries from the mountain and blue grass counties about Metal Roofing For this reason I will be on Main street in front of thc Post Office on Commencement Day from 1230 to 130 p m to talk roofing and show samples of My Own Make The noxt time I will got you to put on my roofs wild Minx Kate poddington who built a number of houses In Jlort1 lost year Ask 111Ilu why HENRY LENGFELLNER High Grade Metal Roofing GoldenPlace Phone 1702 Berea Ky Get A Phonograph On Commencement Day a fine line of Edison Phonographs the best talking singing and musicplaying machines r of on Earth will be on sale at N B Chas terns Depot street in Berea f Prices from 1250 to 5500 I Also any records you want T J TODD Agent for The Edison Phonograph Company 1 l N7S S 7 r I i i 1 or HJ i y AlUJ i