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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s r IeBEKEA i r STANLEY I N GI RooUrftl III1Ie ekw mnflmrttaTIE CITIZENeNttteeoSoSeeoieS0SooetPoso Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain PeopleioooooIIii v011JI Five cents ft copy 13EREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 28 1008 One Dollar a pear No A8 l r NEWS OF THE WEE Thaw Mutt Stay In Asylum Blooi Bur t 300 Feet In Air Drops 16 Men Anna Gould and Prince 1 Married i THAW STILL INSANE Thaw s first attempt to get out ot the insane asylum ho managed to get into In stead of the death chair has failed J The judge decided that he la ctlll insane and a menace to society and 4had him sent back and locked up DIg DALLOON DURSTSA mon ster baloon which It was Intended E to sell to Uio Government to use for war purposes burst at Oakland Cal at a time when It was carrying sixteen men It was about three hundred feet from the ground and they all fell from that distance lie n markabe 16 state none of them was killed outright and while it is supposed that some of them will die others are Retting well r ANNA GOULD MARRIED It war teamed last week that Mme Anna Gould had really been married to the fortunehunting French Prince de Bajan while they were still in this country A disreputable Hoi oVcit justice ot the pence performed the conriony VANDEnniLT DIVORCE The tale of the weeks scandal closes with a divorce which Mrs Alfred 0 Vanderbilt got from her husband Under It she may marry but he may not till all dies FLOOD IN TEXASA remarkable flood on the Trjnlty River in Texas nearly washed away Ft Worth Sun day Over the thousand people were made homeless and several drowned i FARMER STARS IRIEST Fther Joseph Lubeley pastor ot a Catholic Church at Salisbury Mp was fatally stabbed Sunday in churth before flvo hundred worshippers by Joseph Schuttc a farmer who Is believed to have gone suddenly in saneBIG SHIP LAUNCHED The big gest ship over built for the Ameri can Navy the Michigan which will use only cannon of the biggest make was successfully launched Tuesday at Camden N J She will carry twice as many leavy guns as tiny other ship In the Navy When you como to Berca on Commencement Day call first at The Cit izen office on Main street Wo will be glad to shake hands with you and will have programmes and Information about what is going on and will try to mako your visit as pleasant aa possible Also It you are behind In pay Ing for your paper wo will be ready to let you settle Grand Army CULPTOR J MASSEY S RHINI of New York Is working on n monument to commemorate the founder of the Grand Army of the Republic Dr Benjamin Franklin Stephenson of Springfield III The memorial a three sided obelisk Is to be erected In Washington at the junction of Louisiana venue and Seventh and C streets In the middle of a circular grass plot and It In to to ready for dedication about Aug 1 1000 when there will be an encampment of the Grand Army to unveil It Congress has appropriated flO 000 and G A It men navoTalsed about f25000 additional so that the monument will be a splendid creation Dr Stephenson was regimental surgeon of the Fourteenth 1111 I nols volunteer infantry during its three years of service In the west Ills rank was that of ma jor Ho was born In Wayne county III In 1822 and died In 1871 Dr Stephenson grew up In Sangnmon county and lived POLITICAL NOTESi Do Nothing Congress Nearly Over Dig Deficit Abeut the Only Result of Its Work BUI to Restrict South ern Representation in Congress CONGRESS NEAR ENDt The most useless section held by an Amer ican Congress In many years will jfifBteatoly end Thursday Little has been done but make campaign speech es tor the use with the voters at home Practically no legislation of any importance has been passed and every effort has been made to throttle all tha good things that the President and almost the whole country have been asking for The cad era in Congress teem to think that Roosevelt is alone In his fight for good government and they will be mightily surprised when they get home and find out what their con stituents think They hope that they can discredit the President by re fusing to do what he says so that when his policies are under discussion they can say that nothing has ever come of all his work Congress has refused money to carry out the good laws that were made at previous sessions and has taken great pains to leave out tho Executive Depart ment of the government when ever 700O PEOPLE WILL BE THERE o 1155 BEREA 19- 08COMMENCEMENT Wednesday June 3 HON W W STETSON of Maine and Other Great Orators SUNDAY MAY 311045 a m Sermon to Graduates President Frost 7 130 p m Address to Christian Societies Rev Sam Howe D Dof Norwich Conn MONDAy JUNE i Oratorio the Messiah f 2 Harmonia Society assisted by the Avondalet Presbyterian Church soloists pf Cincinnati O TUESDAY JUNE 2 Address to Literary Societies Rev John L Hoyt D D pf Hudson O HOMESPUN FAIR Exhibit and Prizes Homespun Coverlids with Kettle DJsLincn Baskets Chairs Axhaudfes etc See list oH sixth page t L j Jt f and which thing hundred because big excite two thing and two spent law When right Memorial Springfield residing shortly after conceived organization veterans and first meeting held April III The founder order met reverses life died disappointed that Grand Army grew mag nificent proportions Ste pbcnfon time and thought order practice consequent generous cheerful abiding confidence realization dreams live witness nation wide warm colored will fho panels each figures badges Inscriptions of statuary bronze HONOR THE OLD SOLDIERS Saturday apart nU over thin country for to the who from dishonor and probably from total in great nearly fifty yean All who will goout to the graveyards and with loving hands will lay flowers upon the graves in main ory of the brave boys and sing and pray honor the God of BattleR who gave the victory The tottering blue clad figures will center of interest and the whole day will of triumph for tho fioldierp living or dead We hardly pay them too much honor Whatever thereat their lives bus in grent thing they measured to fullest height a man andR patriot they answered tho countrys call when the nerd greatest they risked all they had for her andwe share in the fruit their heroism All honor to them and all shame to thut would refuse them particle of their due But ou this great dayask has not some lesson for Thank God there are wars and few have a chance to show patriotism iu the way the old soldiers did But peace her victories and we nil share them tho country does not need soldiers nho needs clean honest fearless men who are to under and sacrifice little too for the good There always dangers dangers from selfish politicians from grasping trusts from screaming demagogues who are turning the gov eminent to their own enrichment and are stirring Up strife between brothers dnngerafrom thoughtless men everywhere who are sacrific lug the good the whole for their own mean pettypurposes against these dangers much as ever against an armed eucmy tho country needs fighters In that armywe enlist Unroll today you not already carry arms Sermon Students- Will be Preached by Pres Frost the Chapel Sunday at lrj45 a m All are Invited could As a result Las wasted the peoples money its time and has done all the harm that could It anything defeats the Rep ublican party next fall hardly possible It will be the way Congress has acted MADE BIG APPROPRIATIONS The one Congress has done has been to pass a lot of appropriation bills The total amount is about 1020000000 one millions more than any other Congress ever passed They have done this a time when the revenues ot the government the falling off ot the hard times and have made a deflut certain Of course this will help in the campaign too HIT AT SOUTHGreat ment has been caused In Congress the passage in the House of a bill which does things that Democrats have been demand ing for a long time one that they do not want at nth The things do not belong together at all and the Republicans put them together to the Democrats The Democrats for years have been de manding a bill which should compel political parties to tell where they got all the money they In camp- aIgns and such a ought to be passed the bill was finally there was another part to it which provides for an investigation to see whether the of suffrage Cfintlmird ra Ian page 7 f5f7f h f many years In It was while In that city the close of tho war that he the Idea of an of worked out the ritual The G A It was 0 ISO In Decatur of the many In and a man It was not until after his death the to such Dr devoted much to the to the neg lect of his own medical and the impoverishment of his family lie was a man with an III the ulti mate of his though be did not to tho growth of tho G A It granite bo used for the shaft on side containing the and to be is set honors men saved it wreck the war ago can in of be the all be one can of been one up the of was of any one a let us all if it us too tow of us our hath too can If men willing a of all ore of country And ns can all if do to In It it own it ia or at so by one bedevil started A IN OUR OWN STATE Raiders Kill Farher Hollowed Suit Compromised Fruit Crop to be BOlt In Years Richmond Ladles Hurt KILLED BY RAIDERS Newt Hazlett a tobacco farmer of Shelby County was killed in his home last Thursday night The first report was that he had been killed by night riders who had scraped his tobacco beds but it was said later that the killing had been done by the Law and Order League which was formed to protect just such men aa he Sol diers took the trail of the murder era but were too late HOLLOWELL CASE COMPROMISE The night riders who were ordered by a Jury to pay RobL Hollo well 35000 damages for beating him have offered to pay 10000 and his lawyers advised that it bo accepted as it is about all they have FINE FRUIT CROPReports from all parts of the state show that un less something unexpected happens there will be an unusually good fruit crop this year Tho only exception is the peaches That crop has been spoiled In a flew places by the leaf curl which is an almost Incurable dis ease Crops that have to be planted are behind everywhere on accountof the wet weather RICHMOND LADIES HURT Mrs Hanrey Chenault and her aged mother Mrs W S Hume were badly hurt while driving into Richmond from their country home Sunday A shaft became uncoupled and upset their fcYasnls Fifth IVae- lI hdf r6tiftIiL f w n rt L y o- t I 0 u t 3The Citizen S Growing 2 I d Many People Ii j I J r Would like to have a record off onlysomeone ItJIa checking account with tfce Berca Bank and Trust Company and r a you will find that your accounts yiiiL f keep themselves with no expense or 1Itrouble toyou whatever l 1 checks are always evidence of I the date and amount payment and deposits show the and amounts of your receiptsJall of your friends and neigh bars have accouptswith this i bank WHY NOT Dont wait for a YOUIdeposit whether welcome at this ing account is a handy convenience for everybody Berea Bank Trust Company Capital and Surplus 60000 COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS Stetson of Matheny of Wyom ing EIllls of Iowa The Commencement speaking this year will be unusually good Hon William W Stetson Is known through out tho United States as the best speaker on country schools and he will have something to say which will Interest and benefit us all Supt F E Matheny of Casper in the state of Wyoming Is well remem bered by a large number of people in Kentucky fromEIa connection with Berea He will tell us something of the Rocky Mountains Pres Kills of Tabor College Iowa will ringing words from the west He Is graduate from Olivet and a friend of Bereas pro- Cessor W E C Wright THE TABERNACLE ON COM MENCEMENT DAY There are a great many interest Ing things to be seen in Berea on Commencement Day but no bne should forget that tho biggest ot all la the Commencement Itself which takes place In tho great Tabernacle It would be a great mistake for any one 1lRelQt0y11lTtt 0 is Rap o 5 Idly Let Ysur Business 0 t S Keep Pace With it By Adver g Lt- 2 Using K i 0 f i Open Your of every your dates Most ways Maine eastern former bring a former to come to Berea and not see and hear some part of the exercises the Tab ernacle They begin at 9 oclock with spec ing by students exhibitions ot the Industrial departments etc and the morning session closes Just before noon when the diplomas and prize Bibles are distributed A person who cannot spend the entire morning In the Tabernacle will have an oppor tunity to come in or go out at the two recesses following the music The afternoon session begins promptly at 130 The chief speakertIs lion Wm W Stetson Superinten dent of Public Instruction In the state of Maine Stetson was a friend of James G Blaine Senator Dlngley and other great men from New Eng land and he Is one of the best speak era In the country Following him there will be short addresses by Supt Matheny of Wyoming Pres Ellis of Tabor and other great speakers By all means got into the Tabernacle and enjoy some part of this great pro gram and when you are in remain seated and quiet until the recess There has been too large disturbance in previous years from people going and coming through the exercise Wm O Frost RESOLVED THAT You CAN TELL PEOPLE BY THEIR CLOTHES THEY CAN TELLYOU EY YoXR CLOTHES IN BUSINESS Op SOCIETY GOOD RAIMENT is A GOOD RECOMMENDATION poNT You WANT To BE WELL 1 pRlaslQusTER DROWN u i I rplrwraSVr1SunufprtrC4CSs WHO IS THS 1 77 YOU KNOW WHO THESE TWO LITTLE PEOPLE ARE WHO HAVE GONE AWAY FROM THEIR CLOTHES DO YOU NOT NOW DO YOU SAy THAT YOU CANNOT TELL PEOPLE BY THEIR rr CLOTHES WHAT STRONGER ARGUMENT J THAN THIS CAN YOU WISH To CONVINCE YOU 1 JTHAT YOU SHOULD pRESS WELL 1i COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr get Mtrt r a t xi c ea- S I BOB HAMPTON fPLACE dY RdN1JiLPA RISfAUTiY 1 JfXllFiff l4JllIt iYii Jlfllltllll ll rafICILIAWf- morauvriauerac4wz1 ua SYNOPSIS A detachment of the Eighteenth In Pantry from Fort Bethune trapped by Indians In a narrow gorge Among them Is a stranger who Introduces himself by the name of Hampton also Olllla the post trader the daughter killed and a majority of aoldlcra arts dur ing a three days slepo Hampton and the girt only escape from the They fall exhausted on the plains A company of the Seventh cavalry Lltut Drant In command Ilnd them llampton end the girl stop at the Miner Home In llencald Mrs Dully proprietress Hump ton talks the future over with 01- 1Ilithe Kid She shows him her mothers picture and tolls him what she can of her parentage and lire They decide abe live Mrs Herndon Nalda the Kidrune away from Mrs Harndons and Hampton He Induces her to- go backand to h e nothing more to do with him Hampton plays his last game of cards He announces to ned Slavln that he has quit and then leaves Olen rald Miss Phoebe Spencer arrives In niencald to teach Its first school Miss Spencer meets Nalda Rev Wynkoop etc She boards ut Mrs llerndons CHAPTER XI Continued Oh you ought to he Is so intensely original and his face Is full of char acter Ho reminds me of some old paladin of the Middle Ages You would be Interested In him at once He is the foreman of the Bar V ranch somewhere near here Do you mean Dllly McNeil over on Slnslnlwa creek broke In Herndon 1 think quite likely uncle wouldnt he make a splendid addition to Mr Wynkoops church Herndon choked his entire body shaking with suppressed enjoy ment I should Imagine yes he ad t muted finally Dllly McNeiloh- Lord I Theres certainly a fine open ing for you to do some missionarY work Phoebe Well and Im going to announced the young lady firmly I guess lean read mens characters and I know alli Mr McNeil needs Is to have some one show an Interest In him Have Wynkoop1Iwith ship is composed of eight women and three men but the congregational attendance is quite good and constantly r Increasing i Only eight women and three men breathlessly And you have been la I 4 boring upon this field for five years t j How could it be so small Wynkoop pushed back his chair anxious to redeem himself in the esti mation of this fair stranger Miss Spencer he explained my jparish comprises this entire mining 4 region and I am upon horseback among the foothills and up in the ranges for fully a third of my time The spirit of the mining population as well as of the cattlemen while not actually hostile Is one of Indifference to religious thought For three long years I worked here without even a organization or a building and 1church without the faintest en Now that we have a gathered a comfortable build tae erected and paid for with an In creasing congregation I begin to feel that those seemingly barren five years wore not without spiritual value She quickly extended her hands Oh it Is so heroic so sclt sacrificing I am going to help you Mr WynkoopI- n in every way I possible canI shall certainly speak to both Mr Moffat and Mr McNeil the very first opportunity feel almost sure tbat they will Join The unavoidable exigencies of a lIII practice compelled Mr Wynkoop retire early nor was It yet late when the family circle also dissolved and the two girls were themselves alone The light was finally extinguished l the silvery moonlight streamed across the foot of the bed and the regular breathing of tho girls evidenced slumber i CHAPTER XII + Under Orders was no pleasant assignment to which greeted First Lieut Don 1ItBrant commanding Troop N Sev cavalry when that regiment once more within tho environs of civilization from Its summer ex p aerclsesIn the fluid Bethune had de Into a somewhat Important post socially as well as from a strict ly military standpoint and numerous 1 Indeed were the attractions offered there to any young officer whose duty called him to servo the colors on those frownedvover again with gloomy eyes and as M exclamation of unmitigated disgust 7yetthere was no escaping their plain Lit meaning Trouble was undoubtedly brewing among the Sioux trouble in t 14 probablyshorei Every soldier patrollng that long northern border recognized tho ap iproack of some dire development early coup of savagery Brant was not blind to all this nor to the necessity of having in readiness selected bodies of seasoned troops yet It was not In solder nature to refrain from grumbling when tho earliest de tall chanced to fall to him But or 4 rsSrtre orders la that country tad i although he crushed the Innocent pa per passionately beneath his heel five hours later he was in saddle riding steadily westward his depleted troop of horsemen clattering at his heels Up tho valley of the Bear Water slightly above Glcncald far enough beyond the saloon radius to protect his men from possible corruption yet within easy reach of tho military tele graph they made tamp In the early morning upon a wooded terrace overlooking the stage road and settled quietly down as one of hose numer ous posts with which the army chiefs sought to hem in the dissatisfied red men and learn early the extent of their hostile plans Brant was now In a humor consid erably happier than when ho first rode forth from Bethune lie watched the men of his troop while with quip and song they made comfortable camp and then strolled slowly up the valley his own affairs soon completely forgotten In tho beauty of nearby hills beneath the golden glory of the morn ing sun Once ho paused and looked back upon ugly Glencald dingy and forlorn even at that distance then he crossed the narrow stream by means of a convenient log and clambered up the somewhat steep bank A heavy fringe of low bushes clung close along the edge ot the summit but a plainly defined path led among their Intrl cacles He pressed his way through coming Into a glade where sunshine flickered through the overarching branches of great trees and the grass was green and short like that ot a wellkept lawn As Brant emerged from the underbrush be suddenly beheld a fair vision of young womanhood resting on the grassy just before him She was partially reclining aa It startled by his unannounced approach her face turned toward him ono hand grasping an open book the other shading her eyes from the glare of the sun Some thing in the graceful poise the piquant uplifted taco the dark gloss of heavy hair and the unfrlghtencd gaze held speechless until tho picture had been Impressed forever upon his memory Ho beheld a girl on the verge of womanhood fair of skin the red glow of health flushing her checks tho lips parted In surprise the alcove fallen back from one white rounded arm the eyes honest sincere mysterious She recognized him with a glance and her lips closed as she remembered how and when they had before But there was no answering recollec tion within his eyes only admiration nothing clung about this Naida to remind of a neglected walt of the garrison She read all this In his face and the lines about her mouth changed quickly Into a slightly quiz zical smile her eyes brightening should at least have knockod sir she ventured sitting up on the grassy bank the better to confront him before Intruding thus unin vited He lifted his somewhat dingy scout Ing bat and bowed humbly- I perc lvcd no door giving warning that I approached such presence and the first shock of surprise was per haps as great to me as to yon Yet stow that I have blundered thus far I beseech that I be permitted to venture upon yet another slept She sat looking at him a trim sol dierly figure his face young and pleas ant to gaze upon and her dark eyes sensibly oftcned What step T tarry for a moment beside the divinity of this wilderness She laughed with open frankness her white teeth sparkling behind the red parted lips Perhaps you may It you will first consent to be sensible she said with returning gravity and I reserve the right to turn you away whenever you begin to talk or act foolish If you accept these conditions you may sit down He seated himself upon the soft grass ledge retaining the hat In his hands You must be an odd sort of a girl he commented soberly not to welcome an honest expression of ad mirationOh that In Then I duly bow my acknowledgment I took your words for one of those silly compliments by whlch men believe they honor women I am hot a baby nor am I seeking amusement He glanced curiously at her book And yet you condescend to read IPVO stories ho said smiling I expected to discover a treatise on philosophy I read whatever I chance to get my hands on hero In Glencald she retorted just as I converse with who ever conies along I am hopeful of somo day discovering a rare gem hid den In the midst of the trash I am yet youngYou Indeed young ho said quietly and with some of lifes lessons still to learn One Is that frank ness Is not necessarily flippancy nor honesty harshness However If you will offer me Itopic worthy tie occa sion in either philosophy science or literature I will endeavor to feed your mindShe uplifted her Innocent eyes demurely to his face You are so kind 1 am deeply Interested just now In the Japanese conception of the transmi gration of souls How extremely fortunate It chances to be my favorite theme but my mental processes are peculiar and you must permit me to work up toward It somewhat gradually For Instance as a question leading that way how In the incarnation ot this world do you manage to exist In such a I You Must Se an Odd Sort of a Girl He Commented Soberl bank him met him You hole of a placeYthat Is provided you really reside hero Why I consider this a most delightful nook My reference was to Glcncald- Oh Why I live from within not without Mind and heart not civlron meat make life and my time Is occu pIed most congenially I am being faithfully nutured on the Presbyterian catechism and also trained in the graces of earthly society These alter nate thus preparing mo for whatever may happen In this world or the next His face pictured bewilderment but also a determination to persevere An Interesting combination I admit But from your appearance this cannot al ways have been your hornet Oh thank you I believe not al ways but I wonder at your being able to discern my superiority to these cur roundings And do know your questioning is becoming quite personal Does that yield me an equal privilege 1 Ho bowed perhaps relieved at thus permitting her to assume the initia Live and rested lazily back upon the grass his eyes intently studying her faceI suppose from your clothes you must bo a soldier What la tbat figure 7 on your lint forY The number of my regiment the Seventh cavalry Her glance was a bit disdainful as she coolly surveyed him from head to toot I should Imagine that a stroll J Rr + capable piarlas fellow like see might do much 4otter than that Thous- is so much work IB the world worth doing and so much better pay What do you mean t Isnt a sol dlcra life a worthy one Oh yes of course in a way We have to have soldiers I suppose but If I were a man Id Kato to waste all my life tramping around at 16 I month Ho smothered what sounded like a rough ejaculation gazing Into her do mure eyes as if he strongly suspected a joke hid In their depths Dodo you mistake me for an enlisted man Y Oh I didnt know you said you wore a soldier and thats what I aIIways heard they gut I am so glad II they give you more 1 was only going to say that I believed I could get you a good place In McCarthys store Ifiyou wanted it He pays jd5 and his clerk has just left Brant stared at her with open mouth totally unable for the moment to decide whether or not thnt Innocent sympathetic taco masked mis chief Before ho succeeded In regain- Ing confidence and speech sho had risen to her feet holding back her skirt with ono hand Really I must go she announced calmly drawing back toward tho slight opening between tho bushes No doubt you have done fnUy as well as I you could considering your position In life but this has proved another disappointment You have fallen far very far below my Ideal Goodby Ho sprang Instantly erect his cheeks flushed TJcase dont go without a further word We seem predestined to misunderstand I am even willing to confess myself ii fool In tho hope of some time being able to convince you otherwise You have not even told mo that you live here nor do 1 know your name Sho shook her head positively re pressed merriment darkening her eyes and wrinkling the corners of her mouthoIt would bo highly Improper to introduce myself to a stranger we Presbyterians never do that But do you feel no curiosity as to who 1 may boY Why not In the least the thought Is ridiculous How very conceited you must be to Imagine such a thing Ho was not a man easily daunted nor did he recall any previous em- barrassmentI in the presence of a young woman But now ho confronted something utterly unique those quiet eyes seemed to look straight through him Ills voice faltered sadly yet succeeded In asking Are we then never to meet again Am I to understand this to be your wish She laughed Really sir I am not aware that I have the slightest desire In the matter I have given It nc thought but I presume the possibility ot our meeting again depends largely upon yourself and the sort of society you keep Surely you cannot expect that I would seek such an opporto satyr Ho bowed humbly You mistake my purpose I merely meant to ask It there was not some possibility ol our AgaIn coming together socially la the presence of mutual friends Oh I scarcely think so I do not remember over having met any soldier at tho social functions hero except log officers Wo are extremely ex elusive In Glcncald she dropped bin a mocking courtesy and I have always moved In the most exclusive setPiqued by her tantalizing manner he asked What particular social functions aro about to occur that msj- I possibly open a postage Into your guarded presence She seemed Immersed la thought her face turned partially aside Unfortunately I have not my list of en gagements here and abC glanced nbout at him shyly I can recall only one at present and I am not even cer tain that Is I do not promiseto attend that However I may do so The Miners Bachelor club glees a re ccptlon and ball tomorrow evening li honor of the new schoolmistress What Is her name with rcspoa live eagerness She hesitated as If doubtful ot the strict propriety of mentioning It to a strangerMiss Phoebe Spencer she saId her ores cast demurely down Ah ho exclaimed in open tri umph and have I then at last made fair capture of your secret You are Ml s Phoebe Spencer She drew back still farther within the recesses of the bushes at his sin glo victorious step forward- I Whv certainly mot I am merely Miss Spencers afar pupil so you may easily judge something of what her superior attainments roust necea sarlly be But I am really going now and I sincerely trust you will be ab4 to secure R ticket Toy tomorrow might for If you once meet thlsMlss Spencer stnglthdancIng with laughter First Lieut Donald BrantTO CONTINUED Terms of Latin Origin III a legal sense an Innuendo was originally an averment tnadq by the plaintiff In a libel action patting Into plain words the Injurious sense he de tected la an Insinuation published by tha defendant It Js the ablative case of a Latin gorund that has become a common English noun substantive Another Latin abUtlve with a similar modern history Is folio which lit orally means OB page soand so The English language absorbn all rues In this fashion at Its pleasure There Is quorum genltlvo plural and omnibus dative pluralr with ig noramus as an English noun that was once a lath VMH la the irs jptrftOB plural vWyraisr t se msac a wwr nsater r VALUE OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF GREEN FORAGE FOR HOGS r tVatersPerhaps the lurxost ulnglo waste oc coming at tho present tlmo is that which cornea from tho loo exclusive imo of corn In growing and fattening hogs The cheapest and most easily applied remedy la a more general use of tho propor forego plants In summer and tho use of sumo homo grown protein In winter It Is not of course to be denied that tho hog Is primarily grain consuming animal at the same time forage plays an Important role In economical hog production and de serves far more attention than It line yet received To secure accurate In formation on this point tho Missouri station undertook some time ago to compare the value ot various forage t plants when combined with corn for r tho growing and fattening of hogs r Six lots were fed Each lot con t lamed six high GradO Poland ChinaI tpigs weighing about CO pounds Tho rations were ns follows Lot 1 Corn meal three parts ship stuff two parts Lot H Corn meal treat ralleJLot III Corn meal fresh alfalfa tot IV Corn meal fresh rod clover lot V Corn meal react bluegrass lot VI Corn meal one part skim milk three parts TIlt feeding experiment covered a period of 102 days beginning July 25 1003 and continuing until NovemborI41902 The results wero an follows Z Average dally gain per head 61Ibs Grain required per pound of gain 518 lbs Cost per 100 pounds of gain with corn at 40 cents per brshel ship stuff 1800 per ton 407 First 40 days of experiment Average gain per head sa lbs Grain required per pound of gain 441 Ibs onlyICost per 100 Ibs of gain with corn at 40 Rape at 300 per ton 1334 IAverageI IAverageI Average dally gain per head 63 I bs Grain required per pound of gain 541 Ibc Cost per 100 pounds of gain with corn at tOe per bushel rid Fresh IBluegrass at 9300 per ton 396 Average dally gain per head 161 Ibs Grain required per pound of lain 243 Cost per 100 pounds of gain with corn at 400 per bushel and skim milk at ISc per 1W lbs 2123 I fOWII i T1t 4 1i toI qEu 1 JLtJ LtOO t IlUNd the latter part of the war In 1861 and until Its close In 18o5 I was con nected with the armies under Gen Sherman usually desig nated tho Army of tho Ten octsee tho Army of the Cumberland and the Army of the Ohio wroto MaJ Gon O O Howard The campaign were exceedingly active From Chat tanooga to Atlanta Sherman soldiers were under lira every day except the three just before crossing tho Ktowab for 113 days There was not a day or night In which there wore no soldiers slain Tho screeching shells burst over our heads while we were sleep lag but wonderful to tell the sol dier bad become co used to this con met that they lost very little sleep In consequence of tho fitful and random y tiring at night In that period of 113 days there were 19 slzablo battles fought In one attack I rondo at Piokolfi Mill I lost EDO killed and three tunes as many wounded within the paco of 15 minute At night I sat among the wounded and realised something of tbo horrors of war It seems to mo today as I think of It like a terrible nightmare but It was a more terrible reality which I will not attempt to do scribe When I como to think of the March to tho Sea and later the March Through the Carolinas what occurs to my memory first is tho exceeding hardihood ot the soldiers They recovered quickly from their wound I mean front hose that wero not too severe and there was scarcely nny Illness Hut when Columbia was on flro an untold number perished In tho flames Still more perished from ac cidental explosion ot confederate shells at Columbia and Choraw Wo like to turn away from tho mangled corpses and distorted faces of the wounded that cannot bo described 1 feel the same horror and depression in view of these things as I did at Gettysburg where on both sides upward ot 60000 men were placed hors tie combat For levcral days poor fel lows union and confederate soldiers waited In patience unattended by sue goons simply because there were not enough tit them Wltbeut tanker detail imagine the Soy that came over the armies of Sher man as they gathered about Raleigh N 0 In 1866 and were told that tee had surrendered Enfl that Grant ltd sent Lees soldiers hewe to begin life anew that Johnston had surrendered oa the same terms at Liso and all that belonged to Slocums ftchefleldY aad Howards artRte were to march en IHIe morrow tawrd Washington the capital of the nation soon to be mus tered out of service ado then to go home r reineMbertbesudden depres lion at the news of Lincolns death but ctlll this going home produced too A joy to keep over this caa Vtrophe bf theirheAry laee very long feefere their minds They marched habitually at 20 mllea a day from Raleigh to Richmond and never seemed weary at the close1 of any days marefc = the caMp fire was bright the old songs were sung over and over 1again a dtlte comradeship knitted tha wave would never ceasItwas alUrbettWlletttke word peace filled all the air I know that we were proud when we marched past the president of the Unite States la our last great re viewj Bt lI feiseiabei It Ifwas a- lyrfy tte evM titan il regtmrnt had gone out 1000 strong It had bees recruited and rerecruited It bad bees veteranized and added to In othci ways and now It was bringing home lest than 300 ot all the men who had gone out from that ectlon of the country from which It had come Tht joy of going home for the 800 was great but it was a tearful joy the In slant one thought ot tho 800 or more who could not go homo who nover did go home who were burled somewhere in the broad land over which the 300 had marched and too often with a headpiece marked Unknown After tho war I stood In tho largo cemetery near Murfrcesboro Tcnn with Gen R D Hayes afterward president and sirs Hayes I remem ber how Mrs Hayes who was an ex ceedingly handsome woman looked up Into tho faces of tho general and myself as her large dark speaking eyes were flooded with tears when she said Just look there that plot ol ground is covered with headstones marked Unknown Unknown un known she repeated and yet he gave his life that his country might live It was a touching picture but every time I think of It I say to myself Really that unknown soldier ap parently unknown recorded unknown WM not really unknown Somebody know him Ills comrades knew hJm childrenita better record somewhere than that In tho soldiers cemetery Our faith Is 10 strung that we all believe In the resurrection and In the future Ufa and have a great satisfaction In feeling that no sacrifices and particularly not that ot life itself for duty for what one sincerely believes to bo duty has over been or ever will be made li vain The saddest pictures of all to iny mind aro those connected with a lOll- Ing battle like that of Fredericksburg and still more that ot Chanceltorsvlllo At Fredericksburg tho army of Burn lido went straight forward to 1U own destruction The lines of Lee halt en circling Burnsldea points of attack were complete It was like a trop Into which an animal deliberately puts his toot We sprang tho trap and It Is a wonder that Leo had not dealt with Burnsldos army as the sturdy Thomas dealt with Hoods at Nashville I can see la my minds eye those Immense plateaus In front of the Marvo Heights and other confederate Intrtnchmonta and barricades covered with the dead and dying Tho plateaus were fairly blue as thoy were dotted with the wearers of our uniform Gen Couch was standing by my side In the steeple of a church near the close of that battle where wo together wero taking a fresh reconnolssance when I noticed that his voice trembled as ho spoke to mo Ho said Oh Ion Howard look thorot Look there See tho ground covered with tho boys in blue and all to no purpose After wo had returned all of ui who could return to the other shore of tho Rappahannock the depression of the soldiers was greater than at another time during tho war Wo could hardly speak to each other Now after years we can recognize the fact that our grief wai balanced by the joy ol the confederates over a great victory and yet not a decisive one gained by themAt a moderate calculation there were teat Into etdrnHy more than a million of men who left home In the 1IortbUlconflict For oae I aa glad ldeeU that there Is an effort on foot to net tlo difficulties without bloodshed Ol course the wanta of human life Is not t1OflOHCIlfloJIty and a degradation of character bald- to avoid at the best I kgoNthattera- are some worse than death I know that the union of our state was worth aH that Itcost and I know that humanly speaking K was neceigarj that we Bhotjty be purged at by Bre butts it not wise pow to do a that we can to hold up1 to1 the world the blessings ot a great peace even the uB4enstandlalwhIch noblest nuaiittot ef i womanly wdaaa or a manly nan A soul fulf of e orla Rreetlagitaa irfjarI w MURDERER OF SIX DOWAGIAC MICH MAN ACCUSED OF KILLING HALF DOZEN STORY OF WIFE BETRAYS She Declares He Sought Her LlCo Police Assert Prisoner Has Confessed to Slaying Two Men South Bond Ind James Brimming stall aged 40 IB under arrest at Dowaglac Mich 27 miles from South Hand charged with six murders The police say ho has already confessed to two and Prosecutor Brcsnahan is confident the prisoner will admit tho other crimes His arrest followed an alleged attempt to make his wife his seventh victim She escaped and ap pealed to the police It Is probable that Brlmmlngstall will bo subjected to further sweatbox examinations and that be will be held on n charge of murdering David Huff hero lost June Tho police say he confessed to kill ing a man In Kansas who he had a grudge against and was sentenced to ten years In tho penitentiary After his release be killed a companion and received a sentence of three years Ho gave no names List of Alleged Victims The list of Brlmmlngstalls victims according to tho officers Is Man In Kansas name not given killed by Ilrlmmlngstall when 1C years old Railroad man in Mlstourl name un known killed seven years ago Two men sleeping In a tent In Mls swirl names unknown to officers David Huff Dowaglac June 1907 Smith Hortlum Dowaglac February 1908 Mrs Brlramlngstall apparently die tracted appealed to Prosecuting Attorney T J Urcsnahan for protection She said that Jim was going to kill her she could not go to Bleep for fear ho would break Into tho house and murder her She gave hints that led to the discovery that her husband has a criminal record Deeded Property Supposed Slain David Huff an aged citizen of Dowaglac went to the Brlmmlngstall home to live a year and a half ago Me deeded them his property on their proposition to support him for tho remainder of his life One night last June A scuffle was heard in an upper room of the house Huff was found dead In bed with the bed clothing very much disturbed Brlmmlngstal salt that Huff had some sort of violent Ill ness colic or something like it and accidentally choked himself to lleath with the bed clothing The body of Huff was burled next day and the apparent haste occasioned some com mentIn February of this year Smith Ior tlum disappeared There are several circumstances tending to connect Brlmmlngstall with the disappearance ot Hortlum Hortlums body was found frozen In the Ice of a nearby stream Ills money had disappeared STRIKE MAY BE ENDED SOON Good Progress Toward Peace In the Cleveland Trouble Cleveland O Greater progress In settling the street railway strike peacefully and by arbitration was made Wednesday than any day since the strike began Both sides made material concessions President Du Pont of the Municipal Traction company stated that he would take back the old employee as new men He Insisted upon giving the present men at work the preference This was objectionable to tho union In a later conference with the union the members of the state board of arbitration obtained a slight concession from tho strikers they agreed to have the men go back as new men as a temporary expedient Coupled with this however was the further agree ment to allow tho future status of tho strikers to bo arbitrated Later it was stated that the company and the strikers had agreed and that the formalities of preparing the arbitration bill could proceed Mean time It waa further stated there would bo an armistice and the strikers would bo advised to return to work at onceViolence ceased to bo a prominent factor In the strike during the day nnd evening Mayor Johnson 11810dO proclamation offering rewards for In formation leading to the arrest and conviction of persons placing explo lives on the tracks BravelyNet the physicians at the Pasteur institute predicted for him on Monday overtook William H Marsh of Brooklyn late Wednesday when at his residence on Ocean avenue the welltodo manufac turer of watav meters died of hydrophobia His end was peaceful as he was put under the Influence of opiates early in the day and was kept tree from pain to the last Woman and Man Whipped Morgantown KyA band of masked men called at tho home of Widow Haynes at Horse Mill about 12 mles from here in this county and whipped her severely They then went to the home of Crlt Johnson and took him out of bed and whipped him Fire at Summer Resort St Joseph MoFIre caused by crowed electric wires caused CO000 loes to the Midway at Lake Contrary a summer resort about two miles rem Str Joseph Friday cH JESUS APPEARS TO THE APOSTLES Sunday School LessoalorJaaer 1903 Specially Prtpared for This Paper IK880N tEXTJohn 201931 Memory vcnm 19 M- dOLIiBN TEXT Thomas answered and said unto blm My Lord and my OodJohn nOi- iKconnED APPEARANCES 0 F JlSUSllrlt appearance of Jesus after the resurrection to Mary Magdalene Mark 16111 John 201118 Second ap pcrancr to the other women Matt 28 9 10 Tlilnl appearance to 1eter Luke 2131 Fourth appearance to two disciple on tho way to Knimaus Luke 241331 Mark 1612 13 Fifth appearance to ten disciples Thomas absent Mark 1GU Luke t3C43i John M1925 Sixth op Jlta 13 nee to the Eleven Including Thomas John 202829 Seventh appearance after his resurrection to seven disciples by the Sea ot Galilee John 21 125 nighth appearance to the Eleven on a mountain In Galilee Matt SISO Mark lt15ll NInth to t00 at once 1 Cor 156 perhaps theesame as II Tenth appearance to James 1 Cor 117 Eleventh appearance to the Eleven on the Mount of Olives the ascension Luke 24443 Mark 1619 10 Acts 114- 1TIMEThe appearance to the ten dli clplr and others was on Runday evening April 9 A D SO The appearance when Thomas was present was on the following Sunday April 1- 6ILACEIn Jerusalem probably the upper room of the Last Supper Eimnaus a village seven and a half miles from JerusalemComment and Suggestive Thought We have seen how poorly prepared were the disciples for Christs resurrec tlon how slowly they believed how little they Understood tho meaning of the great event The resurrection of Jesus Christ Is the turning point In human time changing It may be the trend of divine eternity Itself It gives us first a certified Christianity an ac credited salvation and secondly It gives us a present living communing Saviour Uoardman It was the main purpose of Christs appearances through the 40 days between the resur rection on April 9 and the ascension on May 18 to teach his disciples what this resurrection meant to them and to the world that It might become tho power of their preaching In all lands The risen Lord fltst appeared to his assembled disciples on the evening of Faster day the resurrection Sunday For a time the Christians observed both the Jewish Sabbath and this first day of the week but when obliged to choose between tho tyro they naturally settled upon tho day when Christ roes from tho dead rath er than that when he lay In the grave Our Sunday Is therefore a standing evldenco of the reality of Christs res urrection Tho disciples were perhaps In the same upper room In Jerusalem where they had eaten the Lords Supper They were brave for In spite of the Jews they dared to assemble they wero timid for they barred themselves In for fear of the Jews Alexander Maclaren D D They wero eating their evening meal together Mark with what sad thoughts of the meal eaten with their Lord only two days beforeThe eleven disciples wero there except Thomas who had ap parently thrown away all hope Cambridge Hlble Other disciples wero also present Luke 2433 and the two front Knimaus were tell ing their joyful story when the risen Lord appeared In the room and was at once recognized by the company Christs risen body wes different from thobody he bad before death 1 Itcould not have been no body since It was handled and ate food 2 It was In some respects the same body that had boon crucined since It carried the wounds of the cross while the crud fied body had disappeared 3 It was In some respects a changed body for It manifested powers which It bad never before manifestedJ M Whlton PhD It appears and disappears suddenly and mysteriously and can quickly move from one place to another It can eat but It no longer needs to eat It can reveal Itself In one place but Is not bound to title one placeYon Oostcrzco Thomas doubt was met by our Lords sixth appearanceone week later the eight days Including both Sundays according to the Jewish mode of reckoning in the same upper room and under quite the same clr cumstances The closed doors the mysterious entrance the quiet opening address repeat tho first occurrence Thomas alone Is addressed this time and bidden to test In his own way the reality of Chrsts body and bo not I faithless but believing Christs reply to Thomas confession has been called the last Ueatltude Thomas believed but only because he bad seen with his eyes Blessed are they that have not een and yet have believedThe conclusion of the Gospel Is with verges 30 31 John might go on Indefinitely recording the wonderful deeds and words of his Lord John 211 25 He had written enough however to complete his purpose the proof of the opening declaration of the book that the Word was God and the Word became flesh- Practical Points The resurrection s story teaches us how ready Is Christ to adapt hlisself to varying human needs and condi lone The resurrection la food for our faithThe resurrection is IB assurance of more glorious things to come for every child of God Let us keep in mind that the Lord blesses those who have not seen And yet bavo believed They are blessed to whom a wonder Is not a fable to whom a mystery tract a mockery to vlioB a glory la not an unreality l8ss Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over GO instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A apecial teacher for each grade and for eachmain subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like i himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and EarnrjACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course tIC that a young mam may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in llama Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business EYeD 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 orman Algebra History Science etc fitting far college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First i year parallel to 6th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces vary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory I Band may be taken as an extra la connection with any course Small extra feesIExpenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School otpead9ion an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect tho 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 mayIi be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable 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 nero to earn more may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so is to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc varyIwith different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas anti overshoes are necessary The Coopera i tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and Ether necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room t rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding I and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash k lag of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 60 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books eta This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build lags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 300 a term 400 In lower Model Schools 000 in courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental feo and room rest byv the term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows SPRING 10 weeks 2250 In ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1676 including 100 deposit middle of term 676- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 949 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examl nations 1645 i FALL 190814 weeks 2950 In one payment t2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including J100 deposit middle bt t term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a i term receive back tor money advanced as follows On board In full except that no allowance Is made for any fractloBot a weekito On room or on any special expensed no allowance for any nee pined fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture ot flay cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it la within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month V IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your journey and are welts started in school it pays to stay as long as possible The first day ot Spring term is March 20 1908 The first day ot Fall term September 16 1908 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see It 3fhe mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with twt blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moua tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar I That brings IB subscriptions all the time If you have not got yes ought to have FS 0 T iac Y u- j f 1 lJ i 1 L I itIt aaL ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School Chapter X Harvesting the Results Uy Prof Dimmer The commonest fault of programs U that they are too long If the exhibition Is held In the day time which It should be It may con sume the afternoon session It at night nut over two hours thus arranged the program I1Havingthing Is the preparation The time for giving It publicly should jbeset not moro thim three or four jIweeks In advance Sufficient time must be provided for each one to II eprepare his part BO that school dut not be seriously Interfered with When this has elapsed drills rehearsals are in order Theset Janduld lecelye the very best effort ot the teacher His enthusiasm will inspire the pupils Parents and friends will expect something worthI while and they must not be disap pointedThe v advertising committee has I its duties No cost of printing need be incurred Neat hand bills can i3bemade with pen or pencil utiliz the best talent in the school in jthelettering A bright picture of a t boy speaking nls pieco or of a little i girl reading her composition will make it more interesting But the best i advertising is by word of mouth No tear but pupils will give glowing ac counts cf what is coming when their I 1 enthusiasm has been properly aroused 111 The decorating committee should do a lot ot planning before opera tions are begun It la an opportunity to cultivate taste When the plans I are complete the whole school or a f special committee may be appointed k to secure supplies Neatness and f taste are prime essentials in decor ting Hero Is where the teachers superior skUl will be needed In giv ing directions K IAtthe proper time a meeting ot all committees should be called nndI reports heard It the appointed work of any Is completed It may be die jcharged M the time approaches ev ery one should be impressed with a t feeling uf personal responsibility for the success of the exhibition Par ents olio lave been enlisted The teacher hap had the forethought to j speak to Mr A asking him to be r prepared for a short talk on The District School When I was a Boy s 1 Mr B on The Pressing Need of an I tEduttton In Theso Times Mr C HIghtsass This completes the prepara I i tlons IWhen planned thus carefully there II little doubt of the success of such en undertaking nor ct its value to the community The measure ot the tea cher will hI taken by the character of the exercises order preserved and by the dispatch with which tho pro gram Is carried out When It Is over let everything that would hinder the andIthea brief review ot what has been accomplished may bo given praise bestowed upon all who made honest efforts and suggestions for improve ments offered for future occasions SCHOOL EXPOSITIONS An ex position la a public display of the actual work done In every branch ot study It should consist of samples ot tho different kinds of work dona by each pupil In the school It should set forth as graphically as possible reading writing spelling arithmetic geography Including map drawing physiology language composition drawing nature study In short all branches taught and any special work that Is icing attempted such as man ual training cooking sewing gar dening cr the like It shows the skill and advancement and thoroughness ot the school It Is the completment ot the exhibition which shows how the pupils can speak read and sing Tho exhibition and exposition taken together fully represent what the school is accomp lishingIt tho right and should be the privilege of every one when on in spection to be seen at his best This does not moan that shoddy work may be the rule in the dally routine with occasional furbishing up to deceive the public It means that in all work there are chips and rubbish there are earucat attempts and honest fail ures there are repeated trials and final triumphs All work should be the best p sslble at the time But there conies a time when the tears of failure are past and the crown of success Is won Then it Is ready for the public ore As a great building is not ready for exhibition until it Is completed and until all the odds and ends misfits and rubbish and all signs of toll and sweat have been re moved so It is with the work of the school the public wants to see the finished product 1 jOHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Central Avenue nol Court Street Cincinnati Ohio annualSegslonestablished In the West It Is coeducational and has a teach 1 t ing corps of twenty Instructors Its buildings are modern andt adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and Its clinical PlaceUlncni w Berea National Bank1 rIteportof the fondltluii of the Urea National Hank at Herea In the state of Kentucky at the close of bualness lalII008 a 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our subscribers will understand that this U really In their Interests Alt the money that we make goes back Into the paper and so the more we get the better th paper will be We dont want to be hard on any one but we are giving a mighty good dollars worth in the paper and are entitled to get the dollar lime premiums we give an bargains too but they come in extra KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 28G days Lancaster July 302 days Winchester August 44 days Danville August 53 days Boron August 678 Lexington August 106 days Unlontown August U5 days Burkcsville August 114 days Broadbcad August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Richmond August 184 days Lawrenceburg August 184 days Carrol Oallatin Owen TriCounty Fair Sanders August 104 days Vanceburg August 104 days Ewing August 2G3 days Shelbyvllle August 364 days London August 364 days Elizabethtown August 253 days Burlington August 264 days Germantown August 2G4 days Morgantown August 273 days Somerset September 14 days Hardlnsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Montleello September8tIIUo- dgenvUlo September 83 days Glasgow September 94 days iIJi i w IN OUR OWN STATE Continued frm Pint P ce buggy Both were thrown out and stunu d and they lay In the road nearly an hour till help came For tunately tho horse did not move after the accident SOLDIERS CAPTURED There was an unconfirmed report around Frankfort last week that a couple ot soldiers had been captured by the night riders and were being held prisoners but nothing definite was learn ed about It- HARGIS CASE SETThe trial of Beech Hargta for the killing ot his father has been set tor Juno 8th In Jackson The second trial ot John Abner has been ut for the same day DAY VERDICT REVERSED The verdict against Walter A Day form or State Treasurer on a charge of obtaining money on false pretense was reversed Friday by tho Court of Appeals FINAL NOCROP APPEALA final appeal has been issued to the farmers of Madison County not to raise tobacco this year NO POWERS DECISION No de clilon has been rendered yet in tho Powers case and the governor simply says that he Is still working on it IIo refuses to consider any other pardons till he has decided about PowersKILLED DY BUTTON Garnett the little son of Everett Witt of Rich mond was choked todeath on a col lar button last Thursday The Cutest Yankee Soldier By HITCHEL FAY Coprrlsbt by C N Lurtal OOT PAST Tug 1m ODABD catching by TlIE sol diet over knew said the Confederate vet was tell low who came down spy on Talk eels This man was suppler than eel that ever wriggled through And the gall be A noose at the end of ropy seem to b veiny terrors for him Wed take him bd ter ate sod Inatoad ot Jtt hag beck bin own Ilaes hed go on spying lIe wouldnt go back to the commander who seat until hed finished his job and got all tho information he wanted Our trouble was that we were In the field where we hadnt any Jail to lint him In The fret tune we caught him red bawled with memoranda of our forces on blm the guard was deed tired after twentyfour tour marsh and went to sloop To gut that time was easy We caught him and shut him up In box car OB the rail road lIe sawed hole In the bottom of the car let himself down got past the guard in the dark sWell we caught him again though time he tried bard enough to his lines and I wanted to string hue right up Tho colonel came pretty nea giving mo an order to do so but con eluded that hed better get the gen erals order this necessitated our keeping overnight This time we decided to put him In formbouiw We put guard In tho room with double guard on tho of the house The Tank betides being slick wa tho best looking you ever eaw in your life and be had such pleasI ant smile that bated the Idea of put ting an end to It There was half grown girl In the house an awkward freckled red headed thing that none us noticed or considered element of danger How the spy found way of getting her interested In him or whether she did It all without the asking we never found She ran Into the room where ho wee and ex citedly told the sentry that tho Yanks were coming full tilt The guard ran out and he found It was ouly scare and went back the prisoner wasnt there Ho got away through a secret tunnel the farmer had dug Ho was a beautiful runner wo had experience ID thatand an artful dodger beside be had little start and wo felt no fear of not blm Just as we were starting In different dime lone man told os of some blood founds near so wo got em picked up the scent We didnt hurry much as soon as we found wo could get the dogs or rather the man I sent for em was along while get- tIng em and reckon the Yank cutest Yankee 1 Bran a to us about any the fingers bad a didnt Into Will a away a track a and this make and him a a him and a outside chap a I a any a out when a had but a and they I TOLD TilE BENTIn TANKS WKBB cow INQ r lad got about forty minutes start but Lord that wasnt anything since he r r r was moro than twenty miles from his lines and wo felt dead sure of getting him The dogs kept tho scent for about a mile when they lost It at n creek The Yank bad walked In the water somo distance and then Instead of getting back on to dry land on the opposite side ho crossed farther up This threw the dOlts off the scent for Quito awbhItaken a homo out of a widows Wo followed him through a clump of houses whore there was a stole and learned that hod gone Into tho itoro told the storekeeper that ho was a Confederate courier In a hurry with Important dl patches helped himself to what he could mid to eat and naked tho storekeeper It ho had any red pep per DI be wns mighty fond of It on meat The storekeeper gave him a box and the Yank jumped on his horse and galloped away Funny wasnt Ita man flying from the rope so particular about the sea Boning of his food Ity thIs time wed tracked him some ten miles end ho- W S going straight In tbo direction of the Federal lines but hIs horse didnt seem to bo much of a beast for endur ante for we kept hearing of the man nearer and nearer When shout two miles ahead of us ho left tho road and made for a big Held letting down o rail fenco to got Into It Ho soon struck the road again and It was evident that bod made a cutoff Then wo followed him up a creek that was pretty near dry and at last came to his hone ly ing stone dead in a cotton Held Hooray we all shouted Wove got him I Another mile or two II do the business But bod been riding all the whllo and must have been as fresh as n daisy I for running Anyway ho gave us a lively chase First we came upon his hat that had doubtless been knocked oil by a branch and be hadnt lost tlmo lu picking It up Some of our men had forced him to ere change a pair of wornout shoes for his boot nnd pretty oon we found blUlXlIRbl1 tracks We cal culated wo weN not halt a mile behind him and It wttt itlll Ore miles to the sear Tilt twos SXCKZCD out Federal pick I AtpetEaznaCL The blood tracks Grew more and retro marked and It was plain that bo couldnt run very fut with bleeding feet All of a sudden tbo foremost Jog skipping along with tits MM to tho t ground ItopfWd and sneered TM i nut and the next did the same till overt dog wee sttewtac to hard wo were afraid theyd soeeao tholr bead off Tho Yank had powwd ml pepper In bts shoes ia which titer ware plenty of Irate Umnmti whkh It could run out lattt bta tracks The doge HCMed and MMMUN l and then turned tap on the trail No whipping would drive thorn on Some of as followed tho Yank but we didnt get blaj The last wo MW of him be was scooting Into the Federal lines Whet did we do with the girt who helped him set away Nothing And Ivo been glad ever since we didnt file Yank came back after the war and married ber Theyre hiring In the house from which she hs led hiss to escape TboyTp got a dozes or more jrnndclitlJrtm In Memory of the Brave At Gcttjoburg 300 Union regiments anti battorleo wore engaged and today byralmost ns many monument which cost I from 200 to 10400 gob- ADDITIONAL LOCALS Mr Thomas Jefferson Jackson Jr EdithsPowell a popular young school teacher Jti the public schools of Dayton will be married there Thursday May 28 and they will leave at once for a brothert inent in church circles being members one of the U B churches there Mr Jackson is now employed with the National Cash Register Co lIe Is well known there for his oratory hav ing delivered several speeches in be half of tho temperance movement In Dayton The graduating class is giving to the college a stone bridge for the walk that leads in front ot the main buildings It wUlbt between Lin cola Hall and the Carnegie Library and will bear the inscription CLASS OF 1903 This Is the first permanent step for adding artists touches to the nat ural beauties ot the campus It will be preeented with appropriate exer cises on the oampus at 5 p m Tues day The Faculty and college students are invited to Pros Frosts for this Thursday evening to meet Dr Strong The Union Church will omit its prays meetintr because of his lecture Henry Leagfeller Is ia Garrard Co this week putting OB metal rooting tl TYE MARKETKAz r Irea Price Eggs per dotcn lie Dotter per IblG200 Potatoes Irish per buI2Apples per bI3 00 Strawberries per qt 10Uc Bacou per Ib1Olluic Ham per Lard per IbUe Cklcktu oa feet Mr lb lie I I Cklek B tfraa per Ik 1234a Live Stick x Louisville May 18 1908 Choice export steers 000 040 Choice butcher doors G 25 C 01iChoice butcher steers C 56 CO Medium butcher steers 4 75 SIS Cor mon butcher steers 4 25 4 Vf- rCholco butcher heifers S ZS C 00 Medium butcher halters 4 00 5qoLCommon butcher halters 3 25 4 CO I Choice butcher cows 4 26 4 Y5 Medium butcher cows 3 CO 4 V5 Common butorer cows 2 75 3 TO Canners 126 2 C- OCholcoI fat oxen 4 GO 6 W Medlm oxen 3 00 4 WIChoice bulls 3 GO IS t Medium bull 2 75 3 CO Common bulls 2 15 2 76 Choice teal calves GG G 15 I Medium veal calves 3 CO 5 00 CornBon calve 260 3 roIGood feeders 460 50 I Medium feeders 4 00 4 i Common feeders 3 GO 4 COI1 Choice i tuck steers 4 09 4 50 Medium stock steam 3 CO 4 M i Common stoca teeN 3 00 3 lefChoice tock heltra 3 H 3 75 Medium stock heifers 2 CO 3 tS Common mixed stockers 2 60 3 LIJIChoice milch cows 35 00 41 Ot Medium mulch cow 25 00 3E ft Common milch cons 11 II H M HOG I Choke IlAekeN and butshen 1 200 to tOO Ibs 6iO t Medium packers and hutabera 1M to 260 1bs 5 10 Choke Idga 0110 lbs 4 40 4 50iLjghl pips W00 lbs 3 245 3 7f Light fthJpjwrt ISOif Ibj C S8 YJt lIM1ka 550 495 r seas Cholco tat sJMofi 4 410 U4hun ebeap t K 4P1 Coaneee aop J 00 IW- Busks 2 00 3 to CtofM lambs 700 Seconds 5 CO Good botcher lambs C 00 G 60 Calla and tailends 4 00 S t0 MESS PORKI C- OHXUa Cbole tuiar cured U1It an4 special curt 11HU heavy to m41um 11 to 11- 19UOULD1vR41I4c e pr Ik BACON Clear rut aides 8io regular clear sides ILc brcakfait tacoa 14He uax tureilesl4en IU s bacon extra IKc b UlM lIgttt 13b hea T 14aLARDPrI sLaaat Ia UmeoaIse Bur Iaflm UwoMlle la Uka IIU DRIED BEEF lie EOOB CaM count ICc pordol candled 1li0- 20DLEUHc per lb POULTRY Spring chickens 20 to 30c hens 10 to 1OS4e turkeys S to tOe ducks lie WHEAT No 2 OJc No 3D1c CORN No 3 white SOc No 3 mixed 700- OATSNeu L No3 white 68c No 1 3 mixed 64c IRYENo 2 Northern OOo NoJ t Northern 90c 1 Readers of The Clttlwn particu larly members of the 0 A R wilt bo Interested in a tow ot the many high tributes paid to Con L V Dodgo by Louisville papers when Ita was ro elected Department Command er for Kentucky a few days ago The Louisville Herald said UJ report was considered one ot the beet ever presented Signal honor was paid him when he waa reelect ed the first time la the history of the encampment that a CommAnd- er has been reelected to ottlee Com mander Dodge has done magnificent work and the organization felt that they specialty should honor him The Louisville Post says The of floe was forced upon him because ot his splendid work u Commander the past year Mrs LeVant Dodge was given an ovation when she came to the encampment hall to bring greetings from the Womans Relief Corps ofI ii er paperu y u ru u- uu II T WANT FLOWERS Vlowori Tubl Fern IOut 1unrrnl Ualgni- WI milling Plcc ItUU IUnU ORSlfaNHeUiESIkooe PHONE 4 4 + o r + + oer soat r The UllIOaIOa1T1Ut ry PHONE 12 BEREA KY f JY e ++++ M s oeloeeeoeeeeoeoeoSogoloSoSoS oeeioaeIot eleeose-S Ii eo Berea and Vicinityo 0 e0 o- eG s u GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t soeeoeeeseeeeYegoetre0olo DR BEST DENTIST 1 CITT riioxK isa OFFICE OVER POST OPPIC t Sermon to Students1 J l Will be Preached by Pros Frost In the Ohapal Sunny at 1046 a m All are Invited Dont forget the Memorial Day celobraUon There will be an elabor i ate programme an opportunity to 1t honor the country dead heroes and Va good time for all The first exer oUcs of the lay will be in charge ot the College schools and will bctfn in tho Chapel at 030 At 1030 will como the march to tho cemetery and the decoration of graves by the 0 A 11 poet and affiliated patriotic societies At noon will bo a basket dinner on the campus People who como early can leave their baskets In sofa keeping at ono of the small Kltool houses in the campus and got jMn at noon The Capt Jainoa Wet Post tL A It will furnish plain eof fao to all comers at noon but the p knltkers should bring tho trimm inge After dinner at 130 In the Ohapel will be given tho address of the day by Prof Dlntmore f Closing Outs Sale of Spring Millinery Mrs lAura Jonoa begins her famous semiannual closing out sale of spring Ita Wdnesday tho 27 Bargains rjgat from tho beginning Come and get your hat before tho choice ones are tone Commencement Is coming and every hat is going at reduced Pilccs Miss Punrl Cain the cxnulaJto w Jjlmmw from old Louisville will pro bb lY leaya us Juno 15 Rush your oroeJ1lln Wo may not be so fortunate J Las to secure her for next season fShe can please you In a hat f J J Satisfaction Guaranteed fMRS LAURA JONES a Dr Josiah Strong ono of tho lead ing speakers and thinkers In this country will speak here twice this SignsaThursday night and at 025 Friday morning Pres Frost will preach tho sermon T to graduates in tho Chapel Sunday andPown services and will meet with the students la the evening at 730 also ln the Chapel the Rev Dr Samuel rH Howe ot Norwich Conn will address the Christian societies Doa t fall to hear the Harmonla Society assisted by first claaa soloists front Cincinnati glvo the great ora torio of the Messiah at 730 Monday night il Oral examinations of students wi- llbJ conducted Monday and Tuesday and all parents ani other friends of the college are Invited to attend Mr John A Heiser Superintendent of one of the Cincinnati high schools who has been visiting his daughter here for a few weeks returned Mon day r Thomaa H Horton who came here a couple of weeks ago for an opera homelaTwewB almost completely recovered 11- r G RICHMOND ALBERT I eeoeneoeeoeeoeoeeoeoeoeBEREA AUGUST 678ALL COME W It Porter returned last Wed nesday from Birmingham Ala whore ho wont some time ago on business Mosdsmea Thomson William Cook Gambl and Marsh spent Tuesday with Col Martin beyond Slate Lick John T Helton of Lexington will preach Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday nights at 730 and Sunday morning at 1100 at the Dlsclp lea church I Judgu and Mrs T J Coyle have andiI moved Into Settle property near the south end ot the I tunnelMiss Eva Duncan who has been at expectedIperimenting with proas Lure with other urasaea At till brick yard oat the first crop Tuesday The gran was then five feet sad six lushes high lie expects to be able to out two or three more crops from the some paten The grass Is as nut rltlous as timothy and is more eas- Ily grown than alfAlfA and he hopes that It will be ot great value to the farmers around here The body ot Lizzie Franklin niece of Tom Blye who died in Cincinnati where she has been working was brought to town Wednesday and burl ed in the cemetery The funeral will be held later Mrs Edna Ferris was badly hurt I Monday at her home in Forrlstuwn by tailing while picking cherries Tho Law and Order League recent ly called for a ten per cent assess ment on nil pledges and Is In ex cellent condition for effective work Pledges have been made by over six ty of tho leading men of the town and a total of about eleven hundred dollars Is available for the work of tho League Tho Her C A Northrop of Hani man Tenn the Superintendent ot tho A M A work in Kentucky and Tennessee will preach at the Con gregational church next Sunday morn ing and at Harts in the afternoon- A word of warning to householders seems to be in order about tho coming of tho circus to town next week Such aggregations moving from place to place are hard to reach by law and so almost always have with them either as employee or camp followers A large number of criminals There are usually sure thing gamblers bootleggers and similar people and not Infrequently several fairly expert sneak thieves and burglars These people may or may not be members of the circus company but they take Edvantage of the time when every body is away from home to steal whatever ia handy and valuable Householders will do well to have everything pretty carefully locked up while the circus is in town and if it is possible should not leave their houses unguarded no matter how well locked up tor a day or two after the outfit has left Of course this particular show may be all right but there are a good many that are not and it may save money to make sure that everything la tight Mr Reynolds of Flat River Mo who left hero a tow years ago for his health Is visiting his daughter Mrs James Combs and will go for a visit back In the mountains after Commencement returning to ills home In about a month The many friends hero of Mr 0 A VanWInkle who line been pastor of the Disciples Church for some time are learning with sorrow of his Intended departure He Is ex pecting to go on July 1 back Into the mountains to work traveling about and encouraging so far as he can both pastors and congregations Mr Pat l earn and son Tom of Paris were the guests ot the Misses Duncan last Saturday and Sunday Misses Fannie Horton and Lou l Phillips spent Saturday and Sunday In the country at the home of Grace Johnson ors Nancy Terrill of Lexington Is at home for a visit with her parents Mr and Mn A P Settle The baby ot Mr and Mrs R D Cook has been very ill for the past weekDr W O Best stuck a nail In one of his feet last Monday and has since been going about on crutches The little four year old boy that Mr and Mrs O M Treadway havo adopted came last Tuesday from the Baptists Orphan Htmo at Louisville Dr end Mm W d Best are re ceiving congratulations over the ar rival ot a little daughter at th lrIhome last Friday Tho little has been named Mary Julia Best Miss May Harrison was the guest of Miss Grace Baker Saturday and Sunday at her country homo In Wal laccton I rT Misses Nina and Bertha King entertained a number of friends last Thursday evening at their home at a Fourleaf Clover Party The party was given In honor of Miss Mary Clagett who will leave soon for her old home In South Dakota It goes without saying that the party was a lucky one Gen L V Dodge Department Com mander O A It will go to Moysvjllo to deliver the Memorial Day address there Among tho distinguished guests of the occasion will bo tho Lieuten ant Governor On Sunday OeD Dodge will speak before a union meeting of all the colored churches of Maysvllle eeoet eoeoelaealofoeneotoeo-e e o 0 1 College Items Io o 0 HERB AND THEREoS o a oeneoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoePres week ou Indian Fort where Mr Frost worked on his annual report and the sermon he will deliver to the students SundayProf M E Marsh was in Hazel Green tor the commencement there Wednesday Miss Anna Smith Pres Frosts secretary has a relapse ot tonsllltls UZPFUse Zarings Patent Flour And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to cat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE Bolben 6yocev Co phone 184 flOnin Street Opposite Gittjcn Office and has been seriously ill for some daysThe tour higher literary societies all had loro feasts Friday night which seem In each caso to have surpassed all previous records On Saturday night Beta Kappa held a reception In the Parish House Several picnic parties went out Saturday Pilot Knob and Uncle Toms Cabin being each favored with big crowdsWesley A Hubbard who was a student here from 1S93 to 1900 writes from Los Angeles that he is doing well and is now connected with a coar firm there The literary societies will hold their joint anniversary exercises In the Chapel Friday night One rep- resentAtive cf each of the upper tour societies will speak Miss Lena Sayre of 90 who has been teaching In the state of Wash Ington for the last few years Is visit log town making her headquarters with Gen and Mrs L V Dodge VALUE OF EDUCATION Fine Address Delivered Before Stu dents by Pres Welch of Ohio Wes loyan University One of the boat addresses of the college year was delivered before the students last Monday morning by Prafl Herbert E Welch of Ohio Wesleyan University His subject was The Value of Higher Education He kai t his audleneo Intensely interested thruout and was enthusiasti cally applauded at the end Mr Welch began his talk with the proposition that the chief end ot man ta the one with the head on and declared that It It is worth whllo to sharpen our tools to wort with It is worth whllo to sharpen our heads to live with Education In eludes a good deal more than just schooling for it means knowing how to use tho brain While that usually cornea from going to school and col lages in many cases men get ability from any legitimate activity and of ten people can go thru college and still not bo educated Many people he said have nothing between their ears to stop the Information that comes In from eyes and ears and so It leaks right out again and for promiseIsucces The Place to Get Nice Stylish Things Cheap 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 Quality and Star Brand Shoes American Beauty Corsets Lace Curtains and Table Linen MRS S R BAKER PHONE 123 RIOHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY Get A Phonograph On Commencement Day a fine line of Edison Phonographs the best talking singing and musicplaying machines on Earth will be on sale at N B Chan teins Depot street in Berea Prices from 1250 to 5500 Also any records you want T J TODDJ Apt for The Eticoa Phonograph education comes from the schools and the man who has learned the use of books Is fortunate The great efforts that are sometimes needed to get a start in an ed ucation are almost always repaid said Mr Welch He spoke of Ambass ador Jacob WhIUavr ReId and of John O Whltter telling ot the great efforts both had made to get their feet on the first round of the ladders on which they afterwards stood at the top He drew from their success the Important lesson that it U well worth while to wear poor clothes or go hungry to get an education A real education Mr Welch went on puts one Into a larger world It is like the case of Helen Keller the wonderful blind deaf and dumb girl who has graduated from college Till the teachers came to her she lived all alone In her self without the knowledge ot any one or anything except what she could touch with her fingers But the teacher opened one room after another of the worlds great house to her till she had all the earth to lire In And it Is so In great measure with the rest of us We live to start with In a very small room knowing little and then as we are educated ono thing after another is opened to us till we have all the room wo are capable of using The size of our world Is measured by our educationEach us Is something like a piece of steel A piece of plain iron worth 86 can be made into horse shoes worth 813or Into needles worth 360 or into knife blades worth 3000 or even Into watch springs worth 250000 And It is so with education It makes people worth more lie value has to be there to start with you cant make a 250 000 product out or a 85 boy but the education will bring out of a man whatever there Is in him Education is not pumping a certain amount of knowledge Into a boyIt is bringing his own worth to the top so he can use ItIt is making him a bigger better stronger man Mr Welch then took up the question whether education would pay in dollars and cents Persons who would ask this question he said have a rather low Ideal but as a mat ter of fact an education would cash up at the bank It has been possible to learn tho history of eighty of the 100 richest men In this country and to find whether they ever graduated from college or not Now only about ono man in a hundred does graduate from college so If the college educa tion had not helped only 8lOths ot one of those eighty men should have a college education As a matter of fact thirty of them had This shows that a college man has about forty times as good a chance as one who has not been to college Of the rest 22 had high school educations This shows that a man has a great deal better chance to get ahead in busi ness It he has a college training TakIng up another kind of work Mr Welch said that of the leading men of all kinds Ic the country of the sixteen thousand men whose names are In a book that tells Whos Who In America seventy in a hundred are college men so that outside of buslnew In law and polit Ice and so on a man with an education has seventy times as much chance asa man without All thru the country he declared the leaders the men who are pointed to are eol lege graduates But he said this success is not the beet reason for seeking an edu cation Wo should learn so that we may serve that we may do the work of rghteoufflie learn to be strong and wise and good that we may help the week and ignorant and baS lerm fory I Cement Wa11tsIrust bo built soon 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obtain new r subecdptlonanarecfeveTbeCluuufm ror ui Any one rendlne ua tout far blmielf foe one year AdrertUIng rale on application 0 Naaea or ti KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 1 France la buying so many alrsnips that it looks as If the French govern ment desired to start a museum of In conclusive Inventions Cuba may as well begin planning to celebrate Its newest Fourth of July for Uncle Sam is going to give It an other chance to be good Chinese claim to have discovered graft prior to any other nation Their political system might well I servo as a horrible example No inquiring reader the language talked by grip victims Is not Esperanto but It Is certainly some kin to a universal tongue this winter The czar may send editors to Si berla but la powerless to prevent an enormous number of uncensored nov r globerI are 80000 more women than 1menin Massachusetts It will be nec essary for the leap year girl who ex pects to succeed in that state to start early Mosquito Indians are indulging uprising and the people who IThe they were harmless individu stung probably feel that they have beII the motto that formerly adorned the 1 new coins Anyhow they are making less fuss about it ll If this money scarcity In Germany keeps up much longer some peerless leader over thero will be tempted to propose the free and unlimited coin age of frankfurters A convention of scientists has an other peculiarity if we mistake not You dont have to take up a collec lion to defray the expenses in order to induce it to come here Dr Slebel bas discovered how every human body can mako Its own elec- tricity1I Now let him show how every body can be his own patent medicine 4andmake ua all happy superficial Investigation might lead one to wonder If somebody had rinot been making a bunch of graft from the purchase of hose for the New York fire department Count Wltte and Gen Kuropatkin are fighting over the war between k Russia and Japan It Is not expected however that either of them will 111 ceed in taking Manchuria A famous Mexican volcano is for forIsulphurously eruptive as an aid to their oratory IInvest in New York committed sui because his wife stayed out late at night It Is a pretty good thing that the average woman is not affected tot such an extent by a recreant husband rr Lord Cur on would llko to sit in the house of lords says the Chicago islt i 1 shows some disposition to sit on Lord Curzon Sir Thomas LIpton rises to remark that the spicy breezes which blow soft oer Ceylons Islo misrepresent the r p1 facts In the case when they say he is about to challenge for the Amer icas cup i I Seventeen prophetshave predicted 1that the world will come to an end u the present year Inasmuch however as 26 prophets declared that 4 doom would crack last year we d 1ii cline to be frightened i AmericantI for money In France all hands mar- r ry for money and they bargain and haggle beforehand like pugilists I wrangling over the weight question t 4 A chairpusherat Atlantic City found a purse containing fOOand received a reward of 12 cents for returning 1 it to the owner What did he thanihourt4 times particularly on work which does not require a long course of training i to fflt one for Ii 1 w =aea IMSYJewaw 1s Inl I Kill by- Shock By DR E A Eminent Bruin SpecUlUt rTl the SPITZKA HE history of electrocution covers a period of only 20 years It wns first introduced in New York in 1888 In its opera tion the electric current is turned on and retlncedand increased alternately From seven to ten nmpcres pass through a body The time consumed in strapping is about IS seconds and in GO to 70 seconds the victim is shocked to detail Con sciousness is blotted out instantly In oply two cases of those I have observed was there respiratory effort after the current was turned on A post mortem examination of the body reveals much interesting phenomena There is a rising in the temperature in one case as high as 129Vf degrees F The lungs are devoid of blood and weigh six or seven ounces avoirdupois The blood seems td he under a chemical cluing and is of a dark brownish hue sometimes almost black find it rarely coagulates On the nervous cells there is no apparent effect altltough there is a molecular change I Inivo witnessed a number of hangings at prison anti would recommend a reading of Oscar Wildes poem Itallad of Heading Jail to illustrate the of the dancing feet in air The in hanging are about as quick as in electrocution but the heart beats for some time after the drop usually 13 minrtca And there is a spasmodic movement of the body after tho shock of the drop due to a partly conscious effort to stop the choking lasting for bout one and a half minutes Die TooEarly By H JEAN F1NOT Womans Desire FascinateMen Electrocution Only Humane Execution ifoyaincnsing unpleasantness preparations Men Autosuggestion is the power of the will used with deliberate purpose to effect n given end It can be used or abused even us our will power The majority of men even the most temperate and the bestcon ducted among ns abuse it although they do it unconsciously Nevertheless this un conscious abuse of our power to will has thetffeot of shortening our lives To begin with each one of us starts out with tho notion that if we reach lot us say tho ago of 75 we hovo pretty well in the matter of a time record Herein is the first opening afforded the great de stroyer and the germ of dissolution forthwith enters as an active force into the system slowly but none the less surely making headway toward our destruction to come sooner or later In youth manhood and up to middle age we are not conscious of its effects About the age of CO hoper when we imagine we ought to re tire as our forefathers did before tw we begin to find old ago lying heavi ly upon us Tills is really the germ of dissolution which has reached a certain strength in its career and which then feels powerful enough to assert its presence Following the timehonored custom the man of CO adopts sedentary habits and begins in most cases to lead an idle life lie is in reality playing the game for the enemy By degrees the germ gels in its fine work the blood becomes vitiated tissue refuses to recreate the body becomes a prey to all kinds of illnesses to inactive life has naturally predisposed the system Old age comes uponI us with a rush long long years before it is due and simply because we did not make use of our powers of autosuggestion What are we to do then One of the greatest thinkers that the world has over known Goethe says that man has the power in his own mind to eliminate from his bodall matters that cause him suffering fart negative action will by no means guflice We must live by autos- uggestion not die by it It takes some men at least 70 or 80 years to acquire n full knowledge of the capacities and caprices of their particular physical makeup under existing conditions of knowledge Autosuggestion steps in however and makes the body what the mind w ishesit to be Nature has created poi sons but she has also created antidotes Death is nothing but a poison which is by the average thoughtless man allowed to take effect long years before it has reached its full power to be effective The antidote to our early deaths at CO 70 or even 80 is properly directed reflective will pow er or autosuggestion to By PAOLA LOMBROSO shall done I have long studied my sisters and have come to the conclusion that all that is good and had in them only subserves tho end for which they ocm to Jive namely to captivato men by their attrac tions And after all it is man who lute caused the growth of this alldominant passion in the heart of woman notwith standing the fact that he is ever the first to lay this failing to her charge not onlas the eourco of all the worlds evil but as a mnnifest indication of her inferiority in time serape of humanity and of her kinsllip unreasoning animals like lards which more titan any otters display all the characteristics of coquetryYet it is womans only lawful weapon in the struggle for existence as well as in carrying out the duty she owes both to herself and to society organized quetry has become the deepest passion of a womans heart It has become an instinct at once conscious and involuntary and has osaumed in tho course of long ages by hereditary influence and assimilation all tho pro portions of u primordial and fundamental characteristic- It is my experience that in their inmost hearts women never grow old An aunt of mine who was quite 50 years old once spoke of herself as being in the flower of her age I was only 17 at the time and considered even 30 the climax of decrepitude Now however that I have passed 30 I imagine that a woman cnn very well be fascinating at fiO and so I take heart of grace in this complacent notion And yet I am quite certain I that I am far from being u coquette n notion strangely enough to say coquettlslmesSA little logic in thefr refusal to admit it since they much prefer that men should think their charms and fascinations due to their nafural and spontaneous gifts of attracting men and seducing them rather than to tiny adventitious U1 from art 1 r +MPUy F1M MN Yf MTW R if eMrPTi t-i TEN KillED IN A TROLLEY CRASH EMPLOYE LOST CONTROL OF HIS MOTOR ON STEEP INCLINE CARS WERE CROWDED WITH PASSENGERS In the Mad Struggle To Escape Many Women and Children Were Tram pled Upon About One Hundred Be Ing Injured Philadelphia Pa May 2GAwrulln lla result was a wreck of trolley earn on tho Chestnut Hill traction lint about 12 miles outside the city late Sunday night and meager information lt to mho effect that ten persons are dead and nearly 100 Injured The day was an ideal one und nil outgoing cars were crowded with pleas ure seekers At tho place where ttio accident occurred thero Is a ateop grade and ono cur from somo un known cause left tho track at the bot tom of tho grade Right behind ll wire others Tho derailing of tho ono seems to have knocked tho nerve out of tho motormou of these others KlV4 motormen lost control of thalr cars and one by ono in quick succession they crashed into tho first their precious freight having no chance of escapeNews of tho disaster was nt onco sent to the city and physicians nurses and ambulances hastened to the alone Meanwhile homes In tho neighborhood were converted into temporary hos pitals and every aid possible given by tho citizen The current was cut off by the breaking of the trolley wires so that it was impossible to send relief cars to tho scene Owing to the distance sad the difficulty of communication dell nile Information Is hard to secure Ono report Is to tho effect that the first car to bo wrecked was derailed by a second oar on a cross line crash lug into It but this can not bo verified The wreck occurred on tho Chestnut lull branch of tho SchuylklH Valley Cos line at Thorps lane In tho mnd struggle of the passengers to get out of tho smashed up ears which wero oCt In total darkness many women and children wero trampled upon and It is those who constitute the majority of the injured Men who succeeded in escaping themselves Aero horrorstricken on learning that wives and children were still struggling in tho cars and plunged Into the mass of passengers again to save them The cries and moans of the injured were heard by rcfUtnt in the sparsely settled neighborhood who at once wept to their rescue PRIEST FELLED BY THE KNIFE Of the Maddened Farmer at the Close of Mass Salisbury Mo May 2GRev Joseph F Lubeley pastor of St Josephs Gel man Catholic church here was probably fatally wounded at 11 oclock Sunday morning when ho was twice stabbed by a parishioner immediately after he had finished singing high mass After attnckhig the priest fclllnj him with the second blow the frenzied man Joseph Srhuettc a prosperous fnrmer and devout member of the con gregation turned his freshly sharpen ed knife upon Mrs Barbara Ginter and John Gates two of those who rushed to the priests aid Mrs Glnter was cut in the hand while Gates received two wounds ono in the hand and another in tho elbow Neither Mrs GInter nor Gates were srrlously hurt Father Luholcy who li a native ol St Louts and whoso mother and two brothers reside hero was stabbed In the right temple and in tho right side of the neck tho knife just missing a jugular vein by a hairs breadth The clergyman was attacked train behind just after ho left the altar mid war standing in tho church door In full view of about 400 worshipers Whilo officers rushed the farmer to tho Salisbury Jail physicians were hastily summoned to attend tho wound ed prleat He recovered consciousness quickly and despite the gaping wound in his throat directed those about hint Three Persons Killed St Louis Mo May 25 Lightning live wire and heart failure caused tin deaths of three persons at games lieu Sunday Joseph J Howard a wealth sportsman and club member was kill ed by lightning while golfing at Glen Echo club Near him a caddy was thrown to the ground John It Perry 23 years old dropped dead while at tempting to make a home run on fl baseball diamond at South End park VlllIam Stephcneon 8 years old near OFallon park willIe chasing a foul baseball ran into a live wire and was electrocuted Church Burned Alton III May 2liSt Mlchaeli Catholic church near HeHreea north of Alton was totally destroyed b lightning Sunday evening Loss HMO Lightning killed a saran at Toilet grove near Godfrey Company Responsible Milwaukee Wis May 25 Dy a court decision just handed down the WEStern Union Telegraph Co Js hel- dnsponBlbleforiho sate delivery oft BKMMge alleged to Lava hum delft bjra r vraploye t 1 fJ A HARRY BLAKES HEROISM First Prize Story by Thirteen Year Old Detroit Boy Thomas Longycar and Harry flake were enemies or rather Thomas was Harrys enemy for time latter bore no Illfeeling toward tho other It all started because Harry flake had won tho silver medal which Dr Man ton tho principal of the Kemp high school had offered for tho best original composition Thomas had set his heart on winning this prize and consequently felt very bitterly toward Harry who had snatched tho coveted modal from him Mr Longyear the father of Thomas was a rich man and had much in fluence in Kemp while Harrys par eats woro very poor Tho money stringency threw Mr flake out of work which proved very bad for ills lArge family of five This was Thomas chance he told his father that Harrya father was not honest and that ho Pulled Himself and His Companion Up would steal at the first chance he had Thomas was Mr Longjear idol be lug his only child whllo Mrs Long year had been dead for some years The boys foolish story was therefore believed by tho fond parent whose In fluence then kept Mr Blake out of workTho IllaVo family soon began to flail It hard to get food and fuel al though Harry hunted for employment every day and part of tho night On this particular winter evening he was walking home by tho side of tho Mohawk river talking bitterly to himself Why said he do some people have so much while wo have so III tier But lust then all thoughts were ban Ished from lilt mind as a loud call for help came from tho river Ho flung off Ids coat and rushed down to the very edgo of the water Looking anxiously out ho saw a largo hole In the Ice while struggling In Its center was a boy Without stopping to think lIamran rapidly over the Ice and plunged Into the cold water Coming to the surface he looked around and saw nothing he waited for n minute and then concluded that the boy had gone down for the third time Taking a deep breath ho again dove Into the water and far below him saw the fig ure sinking A few strokes brought Harry to tho boys side and taking hold of him ho started to rise Sud denly Harry felt a bump on his head and looking up he saw Ice above him Tho current had carried them away from tho hole Frantic with terror the heroic boy strove to reach tho place of safety which he know was a few feet upstream His lungs teemed bursting while the limp form dragged him back Many times ho felt tempt ed to let go but each time ho set his teeth and swam oar At last after great suffering he looked up and saw no ice above him Rising to the top he took deep draughts of the cool night air which seemed like nectar as he had been under water a long time lie caught bold of a tree that leaned out over the ice and pulled himself and ills unconscious companion up Then for tho first time he looked at the boys face and was surprised to find that he had saved Thomas Long year On regaining his senses Thomas was very grateful and soon after asked his father UhewoukI I Harry work The magnate Sonairated and the next day Harry and his father too went to work In Mr Ixmgyears auto mobile factoryDetrolt Free Press Game of Hunt the Fox Partners are chosen and stand In two lines partners opposite The fox at the head starts and runs down the line anal back pursued by his partner tho hunter He can pass through the line In1 and out but the hunter must follow him Whim caught tho couple take their places at the foot of the line The Reason- rha letter A said William with a tliucklo And a twinkle In hli tyro The letter A In like the honeysuckle Now van you tell me why Ko answered Mary much as 11ft deavor The point I cannot see Because said WlllUm always bright sad eleven V t mJt a follow bra YJ o A LocnILucy ftUtleekct Bho any pocket No plnt to carry nnything at alit While Lures Ha lien no very manyr iIn wlilrh to put lili marbles top or bail- Tlmt when hell In a hurry 1111 something quite n worry To find the one Iw wants among than oil Now why should Lucy Locket f Not have A little pocket 11x A handy little pocket In her rtrwiT And why should Urcither Ilenny Who doeint need to many lie favored with a lon more or haul The pawn If UU know It iIorIlilUJelphla ItMd hi y NESTING BOXES FOR BIRDS How You Can Make Friends with Llt tie Songsters Thero are several rules to be ob served In the placing of nesting bozes for birds but none of them Is more Im portant than that no food must be put In or about the box nor must It bo erected In the Immediate vicinity of a bird table To do tho loiter Is simply to rob the possible occupants of the none thing which they most desire In a nesting silo A Mrd does not wlch to have Its homo among time continual scuffling tho comings and goings or other birds and a nesting box In the Immediate neighborhood of a bird table Is certain to bo continually haunted and raided by sparowa To put food In or about a box li even vorsc for stain It merely serve to attract other birds and which are much worse mice and rata Whan onco a nesting box Is made attractive and accessible to these animals It becomes impoulble as a home for small I birds Tho latter will know bettor than to attempt to mako a homo there while It they do attempt It they whit Jesting Box for Birds have little chance of being able to f rear their young Another common mistake is to put perches or IaddaFs or other aids to Ingress to the note for tho convenience ot the birds Equally mistakes Is the adaptation of human ideas of fitness to the selection of the Kite for the bolts The Inexperienced pcrnon Is likely to hunt for nice sheltered spots In tho middle of a bush or among the small twigs of trees neither of which post Ions Is In the least what a bird de sires The chances are that any such location will again bo easily accoislblo to small four footed enemies and It must bo remembered that It Is these as well as other egg slealing species of birds against which the small birds need protection The size of the box Itself Is more or less a matter of Indifference as the birds will either till up tho whole area of the floor with ncstlag material or they will build la ono corner If tho space Is too large Still It win nrotf ably save them some trouble and add to their comfort If the Interior be not too roomy Six or seven Inches square Is a good average size for all the smaller birds though na old confectioners chocolate box is often occupied with seeming raMloowV Per the entrance hole 1V4 inches In dlain eter is largo enough for mho smaller birds and IVi Inches1 Buffldee tortho s larger birds robins nuthatches ju though these will block up the hole to suit themselves flycatchers etc To make the entrances larger Is only to Invite spoliation To protect the nest from the1 as 4R sault of ftmr footed robbers tho heal plan Is to affix the box to the bare tilde ofa tree trunk or the tact of a wall To make assurance of safety doubly sure when the box IK sear th top of it wall an overhanging roof or torch may be fixed above so that no aalmal can ellrab down to It from above while when fastened to a tree trunk a strip of tin or of sheet iron nailed round the tree Iinrsodiatelr below the hex will prevent evcav v iqulrelfremelltublBg uptejlt I a r iiii iiitkMkklCthMkkktC CkcbMktc THE OLD- ROCKING CHAIR i 4 A Memorial flay Story By OLIVIA BARTON STROIM4- t4cMit4dc4dc4c4c4c4c4t4c4c4c4c4dc Ar N a bench on her back porch uL Mrs White very stiff vary uncompromising Tho morning glory vines blown by tho wind played In checkered Ilght and shade over the porch over her tense upright figure lopped with Its crown of silver hair over the sunburnt face of a young man who stood near twirl dug his bat The May cunboams stole as far aa the door whore just within the screen a girl was seated cracking nuts Thoro was a vacant rocking chair on the porch suddenly it began to move In tho wind and reminded Mrs Whit of her manners which In tho excitement of the Interview she had forgotten Take a chair Henry nut the young man In no mood for a a truce Ignored the Invitation Then you wont lot mo havo Eleanor ho J taald- L She answered him as bluntly No Henry ysar a good buy and all that 1 but youre not my oholce He shrugged hU shoulders Whoso layt voice tho crack t Jng of note In tho kitchen ceased a Mrs Whlto took up her shawl and 1ran her flagon through tbo fringe Dont bo Burcastlc Henry I mean Y what I saymy choice Eleanor has given mo her worn of honor that hot will not marry without my consent Prom within the wltchcn door there 1Clmo a sharp sound of a pan taWny T It made the youth start nervously the grandmother laughed That Is what I the men all say They never seem ji to rrftllto that the girl who has a fi sense at duty toward an old womih 3s beat worth winning llrnry walked slowly to the porch steps then turned You see Its Just this way Mn Whlto It Isnt a ques tion of whether Eleanors worth win ning or loves me or anything else Ml I know Is that I lovo her and am too crazy to think of anybody or anything but her I suppose I ought to say Id quit bus ho went to till outer end of the porch from whence Tie could get a view of tho girl seated within tho girl whoso eyes met his nut I cant promise you good by And although ho addressed Mrs 4White ho looked boond her through the doorway backing slowly to the steps Then ho turned and walked on down the garden path attended bra sentinel row of sunflowers Eleanor went on with her work Her grandmother pulled at tho fringe a few moments then she went to the door You heard what Henry saldT abo asked Kleanor nodded Tho silence and a telltale redness In her checks and eyes stoke volume Have you got enough nuta for tbo cake filling tho old lady said after a pause Yeam thoyre all done and Eleanor gathering up her apron full of shells In ono band and tho dish la the other rose and went Into tbo pantry glad to escape conversation Her grandmother returned to tho porch Tho chair rocket In the wind but she heeded not IU Invitation ta r Then You Wont Let Me Have Eleanor king Instead her old position on the bench There she sat alono for n quarter of an hour or so until Eleanor pawing on her way put to water the verbenas stopped to say Grandma you look drowsy take this pillow and she slipped a cushion behind tho old womans back Then as she started down tho steps Im going to the gate to watch for the parade she said you know this is TJecoratlon day and the old soldlers are to march to the cento jtery There was a twlnga In the elderly eeaBcicDce at sight of the young face with its drawn cheeks and heavy j lnkllddcd eyes but she only said Thank you but I must not steep I want to see the soldiers too and the girl pasted out into tho garden After a few minutes something set tke chair to rooming again but this 41ms It WM not moved by the wind It was occupied by a tall strapping man who twirled a hat ia his hands j eke leeked closer BO It was a cap f a blue nap and the man was In uni forte He wu big and broad shouldered ho4 i tart 111 paeeh au4 tlaDstr as lie ti- i said Well Llndy Im here for the last time Wo march tomorrow I can got a furlough It I want It but I dont want it unless well you know what I do want- Stiangcly enough he did not walt for her words Sho did notcould not speak Ho wont one What have you got against me Llndy Is It because I soon rough But Im a soldier and you dont find many sorties in tho army Hut wo boys are true truo as this uniform and wo arent afraid of a batterynot oven tho kind that your eyes lash LIndy The cap was thrown to tho floor and ho clasped his hands big weath erbeaten hands and loaned toward her They tell you Im a rover and cant settle down but it aint so Ill only fight ns long as the flag needs me and then then homo to you I know theyre trying to match you with that old Whlto because bos rich arent thoy1- Something tied tho womans tongue she could not utter a sound Ho rosotIt know you love mo Undy but youre afraid Im offioff for goodor bad And when you hear of me dead with a bullet In my body youll know whoso fault It is Youre a coward false and chickenhearted Ho stood In front of her pouring out tho words In a storm Ho was very red his breath felt hot on her taro Eleanor Flew Out the Back Way head as he bent over her But I love you LIndy and when I coma back again when tho war is overbo true bo truo Tho words came In choppy disjointed sentences then they sudden ceased Tho chair began to rock again sedately this time and another speak or took up tho thread where it had been abruptly cut off took It up in a thin cold voice lie was a graybeard ed man with a Bible In his hand ant Joe her soldier lover had gone Miss Mollnda tho newcomer was saying I deemed it proper you should acquaint yourself with tho mar rlago service beforehand Your family and myself have decided on a church wedding I know you prefer a home ceremony but wo have decided otherwise You are young and thogo matters may safely bo left to older heads Ho took her hand in his own palm which was cold and with a formal goodby he too disappeared But tho chair kept on its rocklnjj moro violently this time and In heat an old nurte holding a peevish baby tight against her breast She was saying I tell you Mrs White Its a good thing you didnt marry that soldier Joe Cooper Just see how nlco youre fixed now Hero you have a good reliable husband some older to bo sure but you gals all need tight reins I was young and giddy once myself And think It youd a married that soldier Youd a bon a widow woman now for theyre docoratln hIs grave this mlniito It Is Dccorallot day you know They do say as Jot Cooper had promised his mother not to go back that last time end then all of a suddcnt ho up and Wenta love affair they aay Killed Course ho was first thlng- GrlfldmotherWhllo sat up very stlfl and opened her eyes Eleanor came rushing on to tho porch Granny dear whats the taut lert Did tho gun frighten you It was only the salute The parade has start cd You must bo uncomfortable on that bench come sit hero and she led her to the rocking chairvacant now but atlll swinging swinging No no not there not In that chair EleanorGrandmother White rose and went to the edge of the porch from whence she could see the line of men with flags waving here and there between treesWhen the last soldier bad filed out of sight and while the drum was sUl- lsounding in her ears the old lady said Yes yes it was a bad dream Eleanor childbut did you say there was enough nut filling for a big cakeYes grandma the girt replied trying not to show surprise at the Ir relevant question Then well Invite that young Henry over for dinner Eleanor grew pink as the bunch ol bleedinghearts at heP belt tBuL Granny you said Never mlad what I said Run over to his mothers and tell him to come here send him to me As Eleanor flew out the back way bareheaded eater her grandmother called after her Tell him hell find rtie on the porea la the old locking ebalrL- la Q ICOMPARISON OF WEAPONS vv I I When the Texas Gun Fighter Visits the White House SIXTY PERISH IN A WRECK AWFUL RAILWAY COLLISION Ai CONTICH BELGIUM Express Train Crashes Into Local Full of PilgrimsThe Injured Number About ICO Antwerp One of the worst rail road accidents in Europe In recent limes occurred at Contlch a statlor six miles southeast of this city on the main line at eight oclock Thursday morning Tint exact number of victims has not been determined owing to tho difficulty of removing tho bodies from tIm debris but tho latest esti mate places tho number at GO killed 100 wounded The catastrophe appears to have been duo to a defective switch where the main line crosses a local line At this point a train carrying a large number of pilgrims on their way to a local shrine was standing Into this tho AntwerpBrussels express dashed at a speed of 50 miles an hour literal ly leaping on top of tv The heavy coaches of tho express cruchcd the lighter train Into splinters The sides ot tho express cars were torn from their fastenings tbo floors practically collapsing thus precipitating tho pas sengers to the sldo of the track unin jured whence they fled frenzied across tho fields But for this fact the death roll would bo much greater Few of tho occupants of the local train escaped alive Those that were not killed woro badly Injured many of them mortally Tho engineer and fireman of tho express were both killed at their pnsta Prince Albert went to Contlch fn the evening and visited the Injured hav ing cancelled an engagement to pre- sIde at n banquet at Antwerp With regard to the cause of tho col llslon a railroad official stated that the switches were being repaired and that a workman who had been placed at the temporary hand switch ap geared to have mndo a mistake or else the switch failed to aoL UNIVERSITY OFFICIAL QUITS Secretary Wade of Michigan Resigns Because ef Charges Ann ArborJames II Wade for 25 years secretary of tho University of Michigan submitted his resignation Friday to the board of regents and it was unanimously accepted The resignation followed an Investigation of the university finances which At torney General Byrd has been pursu ing for several weeks Tho Investiga Hon centered around the alleged 1m proper use of university property such as cqnl and painting and building materials and workmens time to an amount estimated at about 5000 Prof Martin U DOago was appointed acting secretary to sign this years diplomas Chicago Jeweler Stain J apbrto IndI1 Kvasnlcka owner of two Chicago Jewelry stores died Friday afternoon nt his country home one miles northeast of North Judson a small town south of Laporto as tho result of being shot at 1030 oclock Thursday night by an unknown per sonAlbert Roublk who had been em ployed as a hired man by Kvasnlcka but was discharged Wednesday has been arrested sad charged with the murder tho allegation being based upon a deathbed statement made by Kvasnlcka Roublk declares he Is In nocent Health Good In Canal Zone Washington By far the moat fav orable showing as to health conditions In the Isthmian canal zone yet made Is In the canal commissions report Just received for April It shows that the general ideath rate for the zone Including Panama and Colon was 2004 per thousand against 4097 per thousand In the previous April the population this year being estimated at 116178 against 97815 last year Thero was but one death from disease among the 9000 American white pee pie connected with the commission RAY LAMPHERE IS INDICTED True Bill Also Returned Against Mrs Gunnets Though Dead Laporto IndIn returning sever truo bills against Ray Lamphero Fri day afternoon tho Laporte county grand Jury also indicted Mrs Dells Gunnoss for tho murder ot Andre Hclgeleln of Mansfield S D No war want was Issued for Mrs Gunners at she was declared officially dead by the verdict of Coroner Mack but In order to vote a truo bill against Lampherc as an accessory In the killing of Itclge leln It was necessary to indict Mrs Gunness as the principal Lamphere now stands charged with arson five murders and being an accessory in the Helgcleln murder Separate bills were voted against Lamphero for the murder in the first degree of Mrs Belle Gun ess and her three children Philip Gunness Myrtle Sorenson and Lucy Sorenson The digging Friday under tho direc lion of Sheriff Smutzcr resulted In the unearthing of a human skull which II wan decided belongs to one of the bodies dug up in the chicken yard twc weeks ago At that time thrco skele tons were found In ono hole but then were only two skulls Tho skull fount was In a cesspool but why It wu dropped there and thb rest of tho body burled in the little cemetery the ac thoritles cannot explain Long hat attached to the skull is considered cvf deuce that It Is that of a woman Om of the three dismembered bodies referred to was that of a female RUEF JURY DISAGREES Mistrial In Case Against Former eosr of San Francisco San Francisco After being out for 43 h hours the Jury In the trio of Abraham Ruef the former po lltlcal boss of San Francisco and central figure in the briberygraft proso cullon against whom wholesale Indict ments were returned failed to agree upon a verdict and was discharged at Rye oclock Thursday afternoon by Judge Maurice T Dooling The specific charge against Ruef in the trial Just closed was the offer of a bribe of 1000 to former Supervisor Jennings Phillips to Influence his vote favorably upon an electric railroad franchise applied for by tho Parkslde Realty company The Jury stood six to six upon the first ballot and re mained so without a change during the 13 ballots taken It was learned that the question upon which the Jury split was the credibility of tho wit nesses There etlll remain 111 Indict ments pending against Ruef Falling Girder Kills Workmen Detroit Mich Thomas Holn and Joseph Kulklo were killed Friday aft ernoon and three other workmen were seriously injured by being knocked from the Howard street bridge by a falling steel girder that was being hoisted to strengthen the bridge superstructure Tho men were swept from tho floor of the bridge and hurled tc tho Michigan Central railroad track 20 feet below A workman named A West who was riding the girder as II was being hoisted fell with It without being hurt Dr Fullerton Elected Moderator Kansas City MoRev Dr Baxter P Fullerton of St Louis was elected moderator of the Presbyterian church In the United States Thursday to sue ceed Rev Dr William H Roberts ol Philadelphia Prof Mllukoff Assaulted SU Petersburg Prof Paul N Mllu koff leader of the Constitutional Dem ocrats In the Duma and editor ot the Rech was tho victim of an assault Friday night at the hands of two ed itors of tho Liberal organ Ruse whom tho Rech had accused of blackmail ing banks and the improper conversion of popular funds The editors were admitted to the oflJee of the Rech and during conversation with him struck KI Mllukoff In the face knocking him to the floor where they left him bleed lug from hi wouafa o 1 L INTERESTING STATE NEWS I FARMER SHOT TO DEATH Raid of Riders May Have Been Con nected With the Tragedy Frankfort lyN B Harollpp prominent farmer of Shelby county was found dead in the road near the Franklin county line and a prospective raid by night riders is believed to havo been connected with his death A wound from a shotgun in his chest find a cartridge near the body show how his death was caused and neigh bors believe that ho was a member of- II band of tobacco plant bed raiders and was killed by a grower whoso bed right riders sought to destroy- A pistol was in his hand when found Near by were a blanket and a Spring field rifle cartridge such as Is used by the militia now scouring this section for lawless bands Following a report that raiders won Planning depredations Adlt Gen Johnston secretly sent a detachment cf tho local militia Into Shelby county After riding all night they returned hero worn out It Is not known whether or not they had any connection with the death of Hazeltpp but Gen Johnston Is mak- Ing a rigid investigation WOMAN SLAYER CONVICTED Kentucky Mountaineer Gets Twelve Years For Murder Lexington KyIsaac Wallace in Pike county was sentenced to the pen itentiary for twelve years having been convicted of the murder of Re becca Sykes Mrs Sykes was found dead In her bed last simmer and her aged buss band who had a splendid civil war record was discovered dead in the yard with a ballet hole in his head It was first believed tho old soldier had killed his wife and then committed suicide but later developments caused Wallaces nrrest Wallace in making his defense tried to prove that Sykes killed hIs wife Wallace Is said to have been impli cated in other crimes In the mountains of Kentucky Big Fire In Western Kentucky Mayfield KyFlro of Incendiary origin started in the rear ot the fer barns of Cooley Gordon transI tear than an hour the fire had down a large building of this company one of tho largest planing mill plants In Western Kentucky a coal and wood yard and two fine residences belong ing to George II Kennedy also two cars of coal on a siding of the I C road Loss about 100000 Will Lose Positions Frankfort KyThe members of tho beard of control of the charitable in stitutions of the state are considering the abolishment ot a number of posi lone at the state asylums and Feeble Minded Institute The republican members ray they will not voto to re move any person unless for incompe tency Held Captive On a Boat HIckman Ky After nine months search Edward Roy ot Dacatur III found his 14 year old daughter near here Will Fleming a married man It is alleged stole her last August from her home Fleming was arrested here and it is said has confessed Tho girl was found on a boat three miles above this place Young Carnegie Hero Louisville KyOne of the youngest of tho Carnegie medal winners Paul Childers 16 received tho praises of his friends The lad received 2000 and a gold medal for his bravery of October 31 1906 when he rescued a twoyear rdd boy and a girl 4 months old from a burning building on Irvine street Offer Was Not Made Frankfort Ky Judgo W II Yost attorney for defendants in tho Hollo Well nightrider damage suits at Pa ducab while here said there was no truth in tho statement that 50000 had been offered as a compromise He added that tho defendants altogether could not raise 12000 Planting Under Way Hopklnsvllle KyFarmwork has been retarded by continuous rains but now tho farmers are putting in every minute getting their crops in The larger portion of the tobacco crop has been set out Wheat is heading out nicely Corn is being planted rapidly Parr Will CueILouisville KyThe Jury in the Parr will case tailed to agree The con testant Will D Parr a son sought to subtract f250000 left for parra teat a home for old women and to divide It among Mrs John II Sale die Parr Marshall sisters and blnllllt1 Awarded Verdict of One Cent Newport Ky The slander suit of Marion Souaton and Malcura Meades against Mrs Boehraer widow for 10 000 came to an end in the circuit court when the jury brought in a verdict for the plaintiff for one cent Drowned While Fishing Lexington KyThomas Alexander a wealthy business man of Danville while fishing In the Dix river with a party of friends fell into tho water nit drowned The body has not been found AT RIFLE RANGE State Troops Will Camp Instead of Having Brigade Gathering Frankfort KyUnless theic Is a chango In the plans now outlined by tho adjutant generals department tilt militia of Kentucky will not go into annual encampment this year but In e i stead each regiment will encamp at the rlflo range and rifle prnctlco will be held at the same time The range for the Second regiment and com panies east of Louisville la located n few miles from this city tho range for tho First regiment is near Louis vllleand the range for the Third rest meat will be at Burlington Adjl Gen Johnston and Capt W N HughcE army officers stationed in Kentucky are making an effort to raise tho guard to the footing required by tho Dick bill Capt Hughes will start on Inspection tours Juno 1 SHOT THE FAMILY i f Mountaineers on a Rampage Didnt Even Overlook the Baby Plkevllle KySam and Tllburn Fol p lawn Van and Sherman Clay and Mss Hensley aro charged with having broken into the house of laborers an1 shot and fatally wounded two men null seriously wounded rr woman a boy 7 years old a girl I years old and an other girl 2 years old The purpose is said to have been robbery Tho assailants procured 514 and a lot of clothing The Clays and Hensley escaped into West Virginia The Followays were appre hended and landed In Jail here Judge Kirk will impanel a special grand Jury to Investigate Officers aro on the trail of tho three men who cscapd Not Afraid of Maud LouUvllle Ky Seizing a runaway mule by the bit a dainty young wom an whose name could not bo learned stopped a runaway at Shelby and Mad- Ison streets She ran Into the slre st and catching the bridle rein threw the big animal almost upon hU lu haunches Then she quietly departed To Overthrow Liquor Traffic Lexington KyTho Kentucky State Holiness association in convention here adopted a resolution pledging its members to work for tho complete overthrow of the entire liquor traffic aa 1 to manufacture sale exportation Im portation and transportation I Drove Her Mad I Lexington KyTho Associated Charities made recommendation that i Mrs Allen Day a young mother of three small children deserted seven wecka ago by her husband be sent to tho insane asylum Tho family camo here from Nicholas county i Masked Men Apply the Lash Morgantown KyMasked men called I at the home of Widow Haynus rt 1 Horso Hill near here and whipped her They then went to Crlt Johnsons and after trying to get him out of the house and fulling went In anti took him out and whipped hImIRiders Arrested J Knttawa KyAn authoritative re port from Livingston county Is that four night riders have been arrested It is said tbo prisoners will be takenito Crittenden county Whoretbey I charged with three raids and then ta 1tken toTrigg county- Greensburg Got College Glasgow KyGreensburg has been decided upon as the homo of Alex f ander college As soon as the legal ity of some questions pertaining to the school aro settled the erection ot a school building together with dormi tory will begin Changes Suggested In Asylums Frankfort yThe board of con trol of the state charitable InstitutionsImet and the republican members sug gested a number of changes in the three asylums Tho democratic mom hers took the recommendations under consideration Bracken Camp Reduced Frankfort KyTho Frankfort sol dlers who have been on duty in Brack en county returned homo relieved Col Llllard came with the men having private business here Adjt Gen Johnston said the situation is quiet points To Incendiary Lexington KyThe largest tobacco barn In Mercer county belonging to a Mrs Lizzie Burros was burned Thero t was an order of coal oil near the barn and the people say it was tho work of night riders r One Hour Longer I Faducah KyAn order went inta 1 effect Increasing the hours in tho carp c i1 department of the Illinois Central shops from eight to nlno a day About fI BOO employes are affectedIIUncle Sam Heard From Glasgow KyJ F Taylor post master was notified by P V DeGran fourth assistant postmaster general that unless the roads are put In condi I tieR within 90 days rural tree delivery on five icutes will cease Old Officers ReEleeted Louisville ItyThe Fidelity Trust Co held a meeting hero at which all the old officers were reelected Joha I WA Bart to president John Stiles chairman ot the board of director 1 sad J F Speed treasurer 1 c 1 jIif t r L a AC i I eoNode certrtetiur elposoooatvttariruwsoepe anrur wewoosuerwe fil I p East Kentucky Correspondence I I I News You Get Nowhere Else I I c oormpaaitBct tsMlihed asliti slued u loll ky the writer Tae was g ftusot lor st Uetus ht si SB ettiisst of tfnA futS Wrtti pUlalj c- NoNo n A I N ooooooaccQ v I Sermon to Students- Will be Preached by Pres Frost In the Chapel Sunday at 1045 a m All arc invited j MADISON COUNTY WAILAmroN I Wallaccton Way 2GThe Rev T g M Smith and family will leave today for Pulaskl County to visit their par ents They expect to be gone eight or ten days Mrs Rachel Weaver Dare and Joo Bawlln were called aE few days ago from Illinois to the bedside of their mother here who was very low but Is slowly Improving i Joe has already gone home Miss Ada Eetrldge had a very serious accident a few days ago but la getting along very well at present Mrs C H J Baker Is still improving and able to 1 be around some Miss Annie Ballard I of Paint Lick visited Ada Kstridge Sunday Mlices Julia Brewer and Lucy Cummins spent Wednesday night with Miss Lucy Cade Louis and Grace Baker and two friends visited Mr J A baker Saturday night and Sunday Mlza Mary Carter frou Blue Lick visited Miss Eliza Weaver last Thursday night Preaching services were conducted at Pleasant Grove church Sunday by the Rev Mr Winkler RBSXCASTIE COUNTY IDieputantaDISVUTAXTA May 26Mr and Mrs W A Rowlett visited the formers paranU Mr and Mrs L R Rowlett ot this placeThe Sunday School at Clear Creek li still going on nicely with large attendance Messrs Hut ton and Luther Rowlett made a baal nose trip to Paint Lick Saturday Mrs Mary Rowlett and little son Amos visited her sliter Mrs Mattie Rowlett Saturday Mr and Mrs Wesley Abnoy visited friends and relatives on Bush Creek Saturday nlgbt and Sunday Mrr Lizzie Gadd is not expected to live but a short time Bertha Myrtle and Julia Rowlett were the guests of Miss Mollle Mme erica and Malllsa Owens Sunday even I ing I 1ROOKFOnl i I w Rockford MayX25- and Mrs W T Linvlllo and N S and Hugh LInvillb visited in Madison Saturday and Sunday Mla Martha King who Is very sick is no betterThe Sun day sTool at Scaffold Cane is progressing nicely Mr W H Stephens is all smiles over a ten and one halt pound girl born May 21st Mr and Mrs J W Todd visited Mr and Mrs H E fallen SundayA lecture will be given Sunday at the Scaffold Cane church house by Mr Green Fish of l Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs J J Hamilton went to Berea Monday Miss Rettie McCollum who has been I visiting her aunt at Baileys Switch Ky has returned bomeThe infant of Mr and Mrs R D Cook of Berea is very slckMr and Mrs W C Saturdaywith her nlece Mrs P L Stephens It is reported that Mr C Holmes family has small pox 11HOOKEBoone May 25Mrs II D Knuck Ii lea who has been sick is much bet terMr Charles Oldham is very sick at home near Conway Mrs Mary Wren visited her mother Mrs Lambert near Scaffold Cane Saturday Mr and Mrs J Levitt and Mrs J Lambert were guests of Mr and Mrs Jessie Wren Sunday Mr Sol Knuckles who has grippe is now Improving Mrs James Grant of near Rockford was the guest of Mrs Mattie Coylo SundayMr and Mrs Geo Lamb t are visiting in Madison County this James Cope lost a fine tweekMr days agoMr Dave Martin near Conway Sunday 4 Mr W B Poynter Is again employ handsq CLIMAX 4 Climax May NThe Rev Bill i Chasteeu filled his regular appointment t at Climax Saturday and Sunday Mr James Forsyth attended church tlatClimax Sunday Wllllo Forsyth bought a buggy tho other dayMr A Clark sold a mule to James Crou cher for 76 Gueele Rector is home from Paint Lick and Richmond His hisy nalGabNoloNaeloN otlo NerNo I health Ho will return to Richmond Juno 1st Wilson Brandenburg of Paint Lick will be in the mountains in a few days buying hogs and cat tle Grant York was elected Town Marshall at tho last meeting The farmers are saying that their corn Is coming up two times in this part Several at this placo are preparing to attend tho Berea Commencement this yearMr Parkle Scott is preparing to leave our town and we re gret to lose him for Mr Scott is a good merchant and a good fellow George Rector and Grant York were on Brtnh Creek on business the 24th GARRARD COUNTY TAINT IJCK Paint Lick May 251IIIss Susie Stone was the guest of her parents in Bsrta last Wednesday night Robert Botklns has moved to the Pst ridge property above WallaoKbn Ada Esterldge was trying to help her brother catch a horse Monday after noon and fell and wag thought to be severely hurt but she Is getting along all right now Allle Blanton of Berea was the guest of her sister Mrs Mary Oabbrd of this place last weekn H Soper and wife wer the guests oj Charley Baker and family last Saturday Singing ever Wednesday night at Wallaceton Bab tlst obareh at 730 oclock everybody welcome ESTILL COUNTY LOCUIr nnAJcn Loam Drench May lsRev Jos Lunsfwd filled his regular appoint meat at Beaver Pond Sunday and preached very Interesting eermqn Sunday School was organized with Mrs Anne Gentry as Supt L H Cox asahUant Rev Elbert WinKler will preach at Beaver Pond on Sat urday night before the fifth Sunday in May rho on Sunday All are ror dlally Invited There will be a sing- Ing at the church home Saturday night May 28 conducted by L E- CoxMr Jeft French one of our school tnutees says he wants a good teacher Lls year and a good worker In the Sunday School Mr Will Black of Berea was In this vicinity a few daya ago and purchased a car load of 111 gsMr Bain Gentry sold to Mr Todd of Brassfleld sixteen hogs The farmers hre all smiles this week rejoicing because of the pretty weatherMrs Dr Land vis ited Mrs John BIcknell Wednesday Statloa Campers are furnishing Red Lick UII corn at 360 per barrel FOXIFox May 24Ancll and Virgil Curtis visited at C H Clicks Sunday A large congregation attended Sunday school at Bethel todaySam Christ opher end Oden Fielder of the Fork District visited the Bethel Sunday school today Mrs Mary Jane King passed to rest tho 23rd last One other sons and a little grandson also passed to rest recently Turner Kel ley bought a nice saddle mare from Willie Trlbble of Waco Ky price paid was 1OJ R Armstrongs large boat makes trips often up and down the river now Mr Armstrong Is contractor to build lock number 12 across the Kentucky River a little above Irvine Iybliss Lesda Alex ander will teach the Bogle school this fallDud Freeman who lives at the mouth of Drowning Creek has been catching some fish of late N E Curtis our merchant was In Richmond last week after goods Little Fred Brandenburg son of Mat Brandenburg who has been very ill for some time is improving The elevenyearold son of Wm Witt of Rices Station was in Richmond one day last week and accidentally swal lowed a brass button of some sort and died In a very short time before the doctor could get to him OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CUT Island City May 23Farmers are still far behind The body of Thomas Durham who was drowned in South Fork near the mouth of Sextons creek about 60 days ago was found Tuesday at tbe mouth of Island creek by some boys while fishing about three miles from where ho was drowned Ills remains were placed In the Wil ysx tbtea son graveyard at the mouth of Island creek at 4 a n Wednesday morning Cllfty the lltttlo son ot G J Gentry is quite 111 at this writing W B Peters has bought 22 head of calves and wants three moreDud Metcalf pastor of the Baptist church tilled his regular appointment at Mt Carmel Sunday W B Roberta ot Blake vie ited friends on Island creek this week Fannie Pierson of Ethel Is visit- Ing J C Gentry this week Teach ers an mostly all looking out tor schools P XL Fye will teach Dis trict No 18 Oak Grove Luclan the little boy of J C Gentry Is quite 111 at this writing Margaret Mc Gregor of this place left yesterday for a two weeks visit to D B Moores at Blake KyC C Eaton Supt of J D Halls Stave mill was on Island creek tre 20th on business CLAY COUNTY 1IWUNIXO SPIHNO- SBurriug Springs May 2The Rev Collins preached last Sunday In tho twilight the children celebrated Chil drens Day The chapel was prettily decorated with foetoons and many flowuri The oxercicw showed much Interest and preparation on the part of nltLast Saturday evening Miss Haag n save the I O O F lodge ot this plate a lunotitoa at the close of their meeting She was assisted by Mrs E L and Grandma Hawllngt Mrs Howard Mrs Hubbard and Kntl Whit Mr Carraaek staled as toastmaster Pree Frost was highly cora mendU for the good sehool work which was carried on hue for the last three years The K P lodge ot tile sajo plate enjoyed a similar ooeoslot Uw provlous Saturday night Excellent talks on education were ftv ut by MWHTS Cope tsir rtprwen tatlve Jones Langdon Whttus and Rev Merrill Refreshments wore served OB both occasions A mothers conference was held In the school room ot Miss Hasten en Thursday evening Care of Children WM the principal theme under diseuMloa besides reminiscences of early life which added variety to the exercises After a lURch of dollelous rolls cake and pIckles Mss Murray took a pkoio of the group Much synwatby U manifested for the family ol Dan Keith which Is so serrty aftlloted with illness Emit Rawlings has a crew working on tie Boonevllle telephone lIneA number of our boys and girls took the examination last week Jas Jewell made a good first grade certi ficate The others did quite well tooOne of Mrs Clarksons daughters Is visiting here Mrs Bunker has sold her home to lira Brown ot Man chester The former will soon Join her husband In the west JACKSON COUNTY HVBLEY Hurley May 2A violent rain and hall storm swept over Sunday doing considerable damage to fences and washing the ground very badly Mr and Mrs Andy VIckers visited Mr and Mrs McDanlel near Racoon Saturday and SundayMr B Hr Cole filled an appointment at Bethel Satur day and Sunday Mrs Pall Gabbard and sou Riley were the guests of Mr and Mrs Grover Gabbard Satur day nightMrs Pearllo Gabbard Is visiting at John Gabbard SSs tthis week Rev Janrea Lunsford prcoph ed at Indian Creek church Monday night KTIIKI Ethel Vny 18Ir Frank Met calf of ltlghton Ky visited friends and relatlcs at Ethel Saturday and Sunday We were all glad to have him visit us People of BInghams Chapel were all disappointed Sunday Rev Harvey Johnson was called away to preach the funeral ot Mrs Ven able Thwre waft a sale at U S 0 Rites i attirday May 1C and a small stock of goods was sold at very low prlcesrIJrs and Mrs S D Rice of Gray Hawk visited Mr and Mrs U S O Trice Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Bingham visited friends and relatives here Saturday and SundayIt Is reported that tho quarterly roeellng will be held at BIngham fhapel on Friday before the third Sunday in JuneMrand Mrs Geo Tlncher visited his sister Mrs Martha Rice Sunday Hobart and Roosevelt Rice visited their grand parents Mr and Mrs Amos Metcalf Friday Miss LoWe Davis of Maulflfi visited at U S G Rices Saturday Slit SPItES Jllldred May 21W K Jones has his new kitchen about completed Miss Maggie Welch who has been so sick with lung trouble Is much better Our singing school at Oak Grove Is proving a success with G W Miller as teacher Harvey Moore caught a very large owl Tuesday night His wings were nearly four feet In leugthRogular services will be hold at Flat Lick the first Sunday in every month and at Oak Grovo the third Sunday In every month Died on tue 16th Aunt Polly Witt Her remains were laid to rest In the Snurleck cemetery DOCBLELICK Doublellck May 2Mr Grant Isaacs of Valley View spent Saturday night with relatives here on his way homo from McKee The little year old boy of Mr and Mrs Henry Calla ban dlra Wednesday night of whopp lug cough Born to the wife ot Mr Blge Mallcoat a fine girl tho 13th Mr J W Fowler passed thru here last week oh his way to MoKee Mr Hiram Callahan hat told his farm at Doublellck to Mr Georg Gatllff Mr Pat Cruse of Richmond visited friends here Saturday night Then are Several cases of whooping cough hero AM N vIIilt An vrHe May ILTbe death an gel weed the wIDe off Mrs Nan Jotmwa and took away her bright little daughter Lulls The relatives and friends haw our deepest sym- patbyThere have been quite a num her of people ot this place exposed to measles reeenpyilea Pearl and Looanrd Goodman of Wekhburc bare teen rtsltlns In and around Annvill this week Dr A T NeAl and wife visited at the home ot Mr George Craft Sunday Several people from Anuvllte took the May eiamlnatlen at McKee all got thru well Mean R A Johnson Geo Davis llay Rader and lies JokMoa lOt tint class certlfleatjM and Misses tenth Watson CterIn4aRoark and Iooa ard Hsdloek all got stcovd CMS eertiflmlos It was their first tins to be nxamlned Mrs LUilo lion and little son who have been sick co long are slowly Improving Mrs Spiny Johnson and daughter Liam wont to MeWhorter lost Thurc4ay 8ROpplBg Wm lIMOS got In last Saturday night from a two weeks drumming trip Miss Laura Iwass who has been attending stfatel at Beroa got In banjo In time to talc the May examination She got a second thus certificate on tor first trial OllKHN IIAIU- Oreenholl May 16 Robert Planerjr was visiting his father sad mother Saturday and Sun larrrlce Agsrs stopped over night with Silas Flow cry thts weelcLe1 Couch has pane to Strlngtown for a few days Halls Ware mill is doing good work and work hands plentiful J P Wilson sold his saddle mare this week for UiIrs Martha Parrot is no ben ter Jesse Holbrook Is Improving slowly Charley PIerson who has been In school at Berea for several months writes that ho is doing good work He informs us that Alfred Brewer was visiting at Berea this week and talks of returning there to school at the fall termJohn S PIe non is building a large barn and preparing to cultivate a crop of tobacco this year There Is no danger of nIght riders In our good old Moun tarn Counties M Cook while burning logs had the misfortune to get his coat burnt upJ D Plenon has bought him a fine saddlehorse McKHK McKee May 2Rev Isaac Mess leI preached at the Academy last Sunday morning Rev W Ball failed to fill his regular appointment hero on the 3rd Sunday School closes at the Academy next Friday with on entertainment In the afternoon In recent examinations held hero for teachers certificates there were thirty one applicants Seventeen received first class seven second class three third class and four failed All seemed to think the examination was much easier than sua1The school census of the County Is not quite completed yet But the tabulation so far shows an increase over last year County Court clerk D O Collier visited Welchburg yesterday Drum mer John Lear staid over last night In townI n Hays has begun er ecting a now residence Just outsIde the corporation limits on the Berea road Examiner George Sparks returned to Berea last week Mrs Emily MInter vIsited her fathers folks at Green Hall last weekThe Jackson County Teachers Institute will convene Aug 3rd with Prof R M Shipp of Winchester as Instructor Those Broken Ranks A Memorial Day Poem by Marion Coothouy Smith Copyright IKS by Marion C Smith A vistas the theI view the- marohlng lint We to drum and bugle blast To tears andsmiles many a long farewell Sound In our dreaming And hark the battle rsIAcross the gulf of years day1IHow strange how swift the after Spring after spring poet bYI Voice of sorrow of praise In lessening murmurs diet The rankpre thinned their work long do- Th stately heads grown white And brave old comrades one by one Pis out beyond our tight AND RAnK TOR RATTLE WELL I Now hopes new triumphs projects whit Have fitted the nation heart Stfcng men enee ehlldren at our tide Now fRI tnelr destined part Out they stand these broken anko To share with dear The Intense of a people thanks Uprising yen by year Alas how soon those passing hosts WHI VAnlth from our view Their very memories be as ghosts Ofmen our fathers knew Yet from the put with glory fraught Their praises still ring shall And tribute to their graves be breugrit In lavish bloom of spring j LONG We thrill parting The sighs of and TUUNIIPUW slMI spirits POLITICAL NOTES tCenewl rum HUH Neel Is restricted In any part of the union The pelnt of this last provision hi that It Is well known that in almost the whole South negroes are not al- lowed to veto and that the Ctraitl tutlon provIdes that- Representative shall be apport ioned among the several states as corrdlng to their respective number IlerlIon at any election for the choice of electors r for president and vice president of tho United States representatives In congress executive and judlcal officers of state or members of the legislature thereof Is denied to any of the male Inhabitants of such state telujj 21 years of age and citizens of the United States or in any way abridged except for part caption In rebellion or other crime the basis ot representation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which the number ot such male cut izens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens of 21 years of age In such state This means that when over It is u proved In Congress that the Southern states do keep tho negroes from voting as it Is veil known they do thoIlit will have to allow only two or three Congressmen to Mississippi In stead of eight and so on Of course the Democrats do not want this so they were put in the position of be ing unable to vote for tho bill they had been demanding BO loudly Tho hill had not been acted on by the Senate when The Cltlxcn wont r to press NEW PEACE TRlUTIESThe- one good thing that hu been done JlMnge10f with different nations and are ofsgroat Importance In that they make war unlikely These treaties were all prepared under tho direction of the- presidentnil tho Senate dill was to ratify them but then It might have refused to do even that CONnRHtI8 JAN REBUKED The 1ICM1111 lut week pawed a resolution condemning Congressman LI ley whn bribeInsubmarine boats The charges were disproved but there Is nothing to how that Mr Llllay did not act ID good faith Or that lie should bo pun Ished h Berea College Fair FOR Fireside Industries WUI bo httkl Wwlnowlay Juno 3 1KB the Collogo Commencement Hoom 1 Lincoln hull IIDalln the list or iircmluiiM and to make au uxliibit H you nlnmltl not take a premium you ran show your kill nUll may have n chnuco to sell something NOTICEIKnlriet nsasp W wads at lUlU limt Irma HIKHI to J 1I OH ItteMlay June if wilts or frees 7i1L h lHI Commencement Dull June 5 l House products not Included in our list of premiums may bo exhibit ednud oflonxl for sale Wo odor fine jirnmlutiw for hickory or oak split Iwnket melon shaped There IK quite n detnnnd for such baskets If oHmndo The Mzo of Hiioh should not lit over tho hull bushel basket and smaller ones will find A reedier sale PREMIUMS OFFERED icy t- BaaepeandBeeneMevtaCe ee1M1fl e f Y- ilesatpsa TaWe lwehO- seedM pwion su v ra rso So Ctll 1w w- lleaeelwn l blew CuTtf CavMtM Pattern IN a IJnen 1w y- axeCellpii Untey8yde 0A1-1 wool Urtw HUnnct SyiU sae i o- llemapmtnlankel y34ydtwtlled iee to Figured Unto ids so rs PUIiiJllntn lydi 1 030Rag Rugs firutnl txiriler 140 n- looRail Rug Glllltt Wftl1 10 Hickory or Oik Split mtl0n +hspat bAkct em t of- Az IIAItUn hOln made sn s Undinic iplllbotloro chair ISO alUmlmiult Ku tlcVh lr 110 WKnit SocV ljorecnim yarn so is- YzltI1lllruitouspuuyarn 50 jj ojtpitiiniuuw will bo given for Llueeyi Dress Flannels or Linens which do not contain eight yards Only secoudclnsn premiums will bo given for eCOR claM articles when no flrBtclasB ones have been entered Committee on JIome tpun Fair 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 Iwill be on Main street in front of the Post Office onCommencement Day from 1230 to 130 p m to talk roofing and show samples of My Own Make Tho next time I will got you to put on my roofs said Miss Kato Coddington who built a number of houses In Korea last year Ask Miss Kato why HEN LENGFELLNER High Grade Metal Roofeig Golden Place Phone 1702 Berea By-