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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u IHESIIJENTS 11 I3EUEA BEREA PUBLISHING COI- NCOlllOKATIlnj STANLEY FROST Manager fMerolat the futtoJUe at perm Ay at tetontl daaMaa away riCE the the IIII Vol XI Five cents a copy BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAHCHHI 1910 One Dollar a year No SO I I D THE NEWS OF THE WEEK Pittsburg Dribe Scandal Getting Serious for Bribe Given New Speed Records MadeGirls Burn to Death Ball Room Scene of Awful Holo caust New York Legislature Fires Senator AFTKll BRIDE U1VEIIS Tho pro Boeutlon of the PltUburg grafter goo merrily on and all the nows papers except those In that city aro making a groat fuse about It Tho counctlmon have most ot them ou- tfeut and now will all bo used M wltnoaeoa against tlio men who gavo the mono A groat effort Is to bo nmdo to convict the bribe River who aro really roi oniblo for the cor ruption and no Immunity is to allowed any of them Tho rich inn of the city are nervous for Uioy do not know nil that hue beun confess ed IASTIIBT IS WOULD Three BJHHHI records kayo bowl broken In the hut wOk In tho automobile rac xlnif at Dayton tin Barney OUUIold turned tho trick Tho fantest aim o over made by a human being was whoa ho wont a mllo at a rate of 13173 miles an hour lie may beat that yet- COOK COM oOh Doc Cook Is old to be coming lock to row York Does any ono want a bot on tho pro position that tltoro will not ho to many people at the pier to meet him UiH time as thorn woro last TWHLVK GIKLS RUINED Twelve young women and a couple of moo wore burned to lentil last wwk In a fire In a furniture store In Chicago They wore caught In the top 0 story ifnA tho somo jumped all were killed I STUIKB CALLKD OIPTho gen eral strike which was called in Phila delphia has Inca called off as it did not help tho street car mon The latter aro Btlll on strike GRAFT IN NEW YORK Tho Nos i York Legislative graft scandal keeps up Its Interest and tho latest devet lopment has been n regard to n lobbyist who could not only deliver tho vote of tho Legislature but could produce satisfactory court decisions If proiKsrly paid for the job New Yprkers are getting rather peeved about this Rtata of affairs Tho Legislature has found Son Aids guilty of accepting a bribe and removed hf from offlcoIMt ETNA ACTIVE Tho great volcano In Sicily known as Etna Is active again after a short rest Fifteen craters have opened and aro belching out hot lava molten stone ashes and so on People who lived near by are moving away I 2000 burning of the town of Mt Hope West Virginia last Thursday resulted In two thou j sand pcoplo being loft homeless Al most overy house in the place was destroyedJUSTICE BREWER DEADJus tice David J Drewor of tho U S Supreme Court died suddenly of apoplexy at his homo In W4SblngtonIContinued on flftfr i t IF KY THE CITIZENDevoted to Interests of Mountain People FFERENT the Clothes YES we sell are diflcr cnt You can tell them instantly no matter where you see them They are not the common place sort nor of the noisy sort with fancy frills and covered with ginger bread THEYcare different to extent of being neat perfect fitting and with a clean cut style that always the clothes of the welldressed man IIiCLOTHIER IIOMELESSTho distinguishes n MR GODBEYS VENTURE Mr SUiUbon Godboy whom Boron learned to know during tlio tlmo he was In Tho Citizen office has purchased the Somerset Journal and gone Into newspaper work on his own account The valor was for yew ono of tho most influential In tho Klovontll District and tho It has lost some ground since the loath of Mr Campbell Mr Godbey Is certain to win back all the lost ground and more While his newspaper expert encso li very limited his capacity ia great ho la willing to hustle nail his Ability to make friends la remarkable Me ought to have tho boot supiwrt of his now undertaking and we predict for him tho highest pOMthlo success Another newspaper venture lor- which IHICCOM seems nwured is the MtahlUhtnont of a somlweokly pa per In Danville It will bo known M the Meiwongor and will be edited by Louis Ltuidrum connected with the Climax for tho last two yftlN and previously editor of the Lancaster Re curd HU ability Is well known and Is enough to make the new pal er MIC cetwful Tho field IB a tempting ono std nil Mr Landruma friends aro tlrospectsI i DEATH OFJRS LESTER IIAit Friday aftornoon at tho ago of exactly seventyfive and ono half year Mm Emily It Loiter after n long alit exhausting illness pasted homoIj Mrs Looter was born In Rush County Indiana Sept 25 1SSI She was married Oat 18 1857 to Mr Charles Letter and In 1870 thoy moved to Bmaa that their children might have tho benefit of Berea College She was the mother of seven children four of whom are living All but the oldest son who lives in Warronton Oregon woro at tho funeral services which woro held at the old home and word conducted by her pastor Thomsonrsome years state of her health prevented her blng much In touch with public matters But she always hind a deep Interest In patrio especiallytof hospitality and she will bo mlsScd by a largo circle of friends who had come to know anti love her IAT THE CHAPEL IBrush apPlllth fun begins ho removes his gloves they vanish next removes the cuffs rolls up his sleeves shows his hands aro empty and by compressing the atmosphere Is ablo to produce handkerchiefs flags balls monoy eggs oranges and what not His manipulation of balls cards and coins Is a work of art and must bo seen to be appreciated See him at Chapel April 2 CARD OF THANKS Wo wish to express to our neigh hors and friends our deep and Blncoro appreciation of tholr kindness and helpfulness during the leaf Illness and death of our mother and tako this WHERE ARE WE ATE philosopltorsthatmy thu mini intuntlH well ho must hit given credit IIH if hu had dntiu wall And thin is u very pleasant theory feittlly bur those of us unforliiiiiiltm who do nut uhuijs seine out UN well UK uu thought we wore going to lint mttiiro huniitii nnd iuliuinnii is ls kind hearted tliini these goutom n and HOIIIM WilY wliou it man flute liix iiitcntioiiH slid hats UU lions mixed ho m likely tp reap the fruits of his notions without any oonsuluratiou of his intontioim So that jf a Mali wants to go thru life IIHI nweet and oaHy glide it is rather important for him to have hit good intttutiuuH got to work at the right tuna HH must know hardlyhoIt is a gruat thing to have u flue and brace soul but some how w hell hit bravo soul seta off its lire works at tho wrung time HH posnosHor in not helped in his friends estimation This was tin case of u poor follow recently in Now York lit had been looking on tho wine wliou it was red and on his way homo fell into a water big trough lioad first With hw trousers and nliat tho covered still on dry land his loud and shoulders wero swimming vigorously and with tremendous splashing whet a policeman happened huud started to rescue him by the coat collar To tho cops surprise the drunk objected Shinyofsher he spluttered you shave the women nu- childrenhie I cn look titter mshelf That man was bravo ands gentluman hilt somehow ho did not produce a heroic impression Yet the seine words in another place might have matte him a hero So here is the moral of this little taleBefore you make use of oven tho best of intentions find out where you are ateven if it isnt good English And if you ever get in a watering trough keep your mouth shut IN THE ELEVENTH DISTRICT The Citizen printed last week n letter from Hyden telling of tho Hon Caleb Powers campaign thru Leslie County and this seems n fitting time to state the position of this paper in the race now on in tho Eleventh district It has not seeped to the editor that there is any sufficient reason for this papers taking stand for either of the men involved We have no interest in personal contest and do not believe we would be either benefited or injured by the election of either neither or both of tho candidates Moreover as we have stated before we are not running politics but a newspaper and our one desire is to represent the interest of ALL our readers and there are a good many on both sides in this race We believe either man would represent the district well we believe neither could do it much harm Audwo do not see that there is nay moral question involved If there were we would be glad to fight for what wo believed the right at whatever personal cost We have been accused of opposing Mr Powers and particular ly of opposing his pardon Neither of these charges is true Neither Tho Citzen nor its editor have ever by word or deed done anything which has in any way rejected on or injured that gentleman Wo have told the news about him so far as we could lint as always tako no responsibility for its effect on him Wo would do as much and no more for Mr Edwards The letter given last week was printed on this basis Wo wish our readers to know the facts and do not give them facts either to help or harm either contestant As wo have saidwe are not interested in the contest but print the exact truth as far as wo can learn it Hut we art greatly interested in the manner in which the campaign is being conducted cold in behalf of many clean fine citizens whose views art known to us we protest against the attitude of both candidates We have read most of the matter that liHshttuu printed on the subject 11111 have not yet heard trout either Hide much of any thing that was of real importance or value in tho ease Tho gentlemen seem to think that the office of Representative in Congress for tho Eleventh District of Kentucky is some kindof a prize that is to bo fought for like a blue ribbon at a fair or a prizelighters holt They are claiming it as their right or urging that they have paid for it in some way or other And it is common talk tlwt there in plenty of 11eueyuu both sides and that thoro will bo attempts to buy the houonjind more corruption in the com ming primary than in sty election in recent years Tho editor is not good on using strongwordsbut this condition deserves all the censure that can possibly be turned against it Tho ollice is a sacrnd trust not a personal prize The man elected will xtaudas tho representative of thirty thousand voters and nineteen counties He will sit with the representatives of other teen as the government of this country1e will take port in the making of laws that ailed the welfare not onlyof those living today but which nuiy help or hurt the nation in the time of our childrens children The nation is at a crisis Predatory wealth is stretching out its hand to create a despotism morn awful than any till world has yet sten every congnssmmi will have his share to do in protecting us from it Wealth offers a thousand inducements including money to pay this campaign expenses and for personal enrichment Can we afford to chouso the nine who will go from among us to sit in Wash ington to face these tremendous questions on any other basis than his character his ability nod chiefly his stand on these mighty questions anti his courage to fight for his principles It is easy to talk but really the issue is clear It is this What will you do in Washington Mr Candidate The voters of the Eleventh District are thinking patriotic people and it is an insult for candidates to try to fill their ears with chaff about this thing o that What they want to know what they have n right to know is what tho candidate if elected will do for then and for the nation of which theyare a loyal part when he takes his seat in the Capitol and is asked to vote on the questions which may menu lifo or death to tho country Compared to this question of what matter are the thousand nnd 0110 arguments about which candidates love to speak P Ofwhat value are the few dollars which may come into tho countryas a prico of a dishonest victory Of what importance is any record or any other service except as proving what this candidate will do for us an our Congressman P Or of what value are the logrolling tricks by which a few offices or dollars may have been brought into the district Voters you are tho ones who are being wronged m such a cam paign You are tho ones whose eyes they are trying to blind whom they are trying to mislead And you have the power to stop it for if you demand tho truth they will have to give it to you Demand it and see thatyour representative really represents you Treesmoansall Mrs Jennie Looter Hill ARBOR DAY Dont forgot that Arbor Day comes on April 8 That Is the day when every ono ought to set out a tree 41 t havo furnished this country Its chief wealth and It is very poor gratitude to lot tho country get as bare as IMs In places The tree Is one of mans best friends and on Arbor day Is tho best time to do yourself a good turn by starting a few more of those friends on lifes pathway Get busy lit knowledge I i Anothea Farm Life I Convenience The farmer of today enjoys any number of luxuriesaand conveniences that were unknown a few years ago The telephone free rural delivery weather bureau service better educational facilities improved farm machinery all played a prominent part in making life the farm pleasantBut a bank acconnt one which he can his personal checks is a convenience almost indespensible tor the modern farmer By means of his bank book and check + he able keep accurate check all business trans actions Such a record important the farmer for his busi ness one of buying and selling and without his bank ac count he would be compelled keep a complete set of books in order have any definite record of his business affairsThe Berea C Trust Company gives special tention the caring of farmers accounts We know their 11 and requirements We can serve you to your com plete satisfaction Berea Bank Trust Company WASHINGTON LETTER Trouble Still Brewing for Cannon Standpatters Will not Admit They are Beaten and art Riding fOF Another Fall Presidents Pro gram not Settled YetBallinger- Row Washington D C March 26 1910 The political weather forecast to day is still Stormy splto of the pence reports which have been going out from here there is still danger If not very serious probability that Cannon will not last thru tho as Speaker A prominent Insurgent said today If Cannon did not resign he would lie deposed finny of tho Insurgents are not yet In favor of this measure but the eontlment for it Is growing stronger Tho reasons for this aro two In the first place the Regulars have not been very conciliatory Tho Can non has apologized somewhat for his vicious speech the men of his crowd have not been willing to admit that they are beaten and they have gone ahead and run over tho Insurgents tho Mme as ever Tlie now Rules Com mittee dooo not contain a single Insurgent and there has been no other recognition of tho victory which the antiCannon forces won In fact tho new Committee has been filled with men whose loyalty to Cannon is beyond question and many of whom have been touched at least by the breath of scandal in regard to some of their doings In Congress Smith of Iowa Smith of California and such men make up tho majority They may depended on to do just what Cannon wishes and they have already given some evidence that they are not in a chastened frame of mind However tills situation has certain advantages for the Insurgents It puts the entire rospduslblllty on tho Reg ulars and they will have to bear the blame for any delays or allI downs In the programme beets promised Taft The InsurgentsI have maintained that as fighting for a principle right of tho House to rule itsolf1t would not decent for them toIfight longer simply for places on t committee So they havo kept quiet oI Also tho Insurgents havo wished to restore such harmony as Is necessary to get the Taft programme of bills put thru In short order They voted for Cannon for the purpose and tlly have kept quiet on the per sonell of tho Committee partly for that reason But there Is no sign that their forebearance is having any effect The Cannon men are trying to accomplish the same things they did before under a new method and InIteroattend to fool along with various matters till toward the end ot spring and then put the big appropriation bills to tho front and excuse them selves for not passing other laws on the ground that tho appropriations must get thru at all hazards Tho Insurgents are not In favor of this game and will block It If they can The second reason why tho senti ment against Cannon Is coming to a head again is that tho Congressmen are hearing from their districts Continued on fifth pr Ii t- t t L Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern is to read a good newspaper have on on draw is to an on is to is to to Bank at to needs In session Dalzoll be bo IN OUR OWN STATE Governor Vetoes Many Bills to Save f Money Violent Attack Made on BrunerMorganfileldI Democrats Badly Split r I GOVERNOR VETOING Gov Wlll son has used his veto power with un i usual freedom this Spring and ho has put his kibosh on all legisla tion requiring cash The legislature acted as If the treasury would behave like the famous widows cruise of oil arI j the governors axe but the real blame lies with tho legislature that did not provldo money to pay the bills with BRUNER ON WAR PATIIOne ofethe vetoes that caused the most re grot was that of the Bank Examiners i bill This was a very desirable bill and the governor vetoed It on the ground thut it was unconstitutional Secretary lion Bruner who does not love the governor has come out with a hot statement in which ho accuses persoulguago Tho bill allowed Mr Bruner an Increase in salary NEW LIBEL JlILLTho governorihas allowed to boccmo a law with out his signature a bill to change the s libel law Under it if a newspaperr which has published a libel on some Individual retracts tho libellous state ment as soon as it Is informed of the facts tho injured person can only recover for what damages he can provo he has actually suffered and damagesIof highhanded methods of the Whallen crowd and tho lobby In the late legislature there Is develop i ing a wide split in Democratic ranks which promises well for tho Republi cans Tho Bockham democrats are tending toward temperance and tho Whallen mon toward an open all anco with tho whiskey men MORGANFIELD IolREA loss of nearly 200000 was caused last Friday by a fire which nearly wiped out the buslncco section of Morganfield Ky IL N IMPROVEMENTS The L Is planning to spend something lIke a million dollars chiefly on Im v proving the rolling stock on tho road 250000 will go toward a new sta tion at Parts- JACKSON LOSES 60000A loss of somo 50000 was caused by a fire at Jackson Breathitt County on Sat I Wyatthoteltholr night clothes Marshal Short of Berea was a heavy loser thru beingiThoPresidentappointment of Mr M H Thatcher as member of the Isthmian Canal Com frnatherInCOMBINATION SALE We will on Saturday April 2 1910 at 2 p m hold a combination sale at the corner of Center and Main anythingsell J lWBerM Ky r4 Ir iz S d II f- rW I 17yvly FCT RL Y 7JG- HT jjVOJCI9t G THE O8 NJE G COMi1 av I He Suddenly dWhipped then Pistol from His Pocket SYNOPSIS Frederick lardy a fashionable Boston e jiltedbyCliorgo of an American Trading Company atom in Rurela On his Japtn he tnet Stapleton Neville sup r ot CdIy an UnEllshtnan Thoy agreed to Kt together to llusiila Because of sus tilelous drcumstancrn they were several timely molested l y the Japaneee Hardy Was arrested and found upon his person were papers showing maps of Jap forts Hardy was proven guiltless On a train no met Alsome Kuno daughter of a Jap merchant In Nevilles shoe Jap found pictures of forts proving him to he a spy Hardy departed for HUB Ida on a steamnr which was wrecked portly afterward Its was rescued by a UiuwIaD steamer On reaching Vladi ho was well treated He started for Siberia meetlne Princes Ilnmanovna all the train HardjrNxwrded a vessel for Amur Tardy showed the princess his rptrtness OH a rifle shot The steamer WOB stranded The princess and her maid wore nttnclrd by Chinese Hardy raved their lives The princess thanked Manehurtanfiredchlof turning arrows were hurled upon the Pushkins decks An attempt was made to board the vessel The attacking Chinese were repulsed Uomanoff sneered primRtnailed to a cross on shore To put an end to the awful torture Hardy himself awn Hlnnka out hands misery OresmenUfa tn his Forext need tho vessel lardy volunteered to go for help Hefuswl permission IIP overboard and started to swim with Ihe princess distress messaKe Ro tHanott wan angry at Hardy for his brave efforts to rescue the princess lie wooed tir In Ills own savage war He said Hardy had mido love openly to a Jap anese girl tlelpdame mid the princess was rescued Hardy on u raft Arriving at Ids destination he took cliarge of the trading companys busi ness Hardy rrrelvod a letter from a Ocliit leader In DoHlon and another from Algomn hardy took lessons In Russian of a Jew hills connecting himself In a w4y with thttt race Hardy received art letter from the princess thanking him for tie bravery Hardys teacher was In danger of death He employed Wang as- a servant Nerdy went to Moscow where liO was Invited to call upon the princess He uturted for the palace home of Prin cess llomanovra Hanly aroused unac c nplaljlc jealousy of his Korean boy by Hiinbunolnt ho xvas going to call on the princess He engaged a cabman who drove him to a large house on a poorly lighted street Afer entering the house discovered that It was a resort of- nilihlists who lIutpOMe ho was FeUx lIu till come to tell them of a powerful ex tilOstvo he taut discovered The real Hulln arrived and denomicwl Hardy us an Irn killasltartarfardyr CHAPTER XXXContinued- At tills moment the comralttco re entered the room It had transacted I In grisly bualnoas with dispatch Kourbakl acted nl spokesman Mr Chairman und Brethren ho announced wo have decided that tho mOAt practical method Is to bind the lirlaouer and drive an awl Into tho I flu of hk brain We have with ua here a shoemaker who can do the Inwlnefts scientifically Then In the early hours of the morning when the street IB deserted we can throw him Into Brother Ivana cab drive him to I are lonely spot on the banks or the MosUva und drop him Into the water Tbo committee already appointed will act tn this matter said Dlellnskl In a businesslike tono with the ad I dition of Brother Ivan who is a filrong man and the shoemaker Lynn and tho shoemaker arose and Ute live men lurni l toward Hardy who during tho absence of the com mittee bad been starIng at the mea taclc opot of light on tho tablet r Gentleman ho cried backing to the wall and speaking with an Inspiration born of despair and the Immediate presence of a horrible death hear mo for one wordI Tho suddenness of bls appeal caused his appointed executioners to halt while every taco in the audience turned toward him in wonderment Xo tuna is ever executed without be- Ing allowed a last word a farewell Even the law which you say in an Invention of tyrants permits that Surely as you say that you are kill Ing mo in the Interest of humanity you cannot be unjust and savage All I ask is one word before I die a part- Ing message perhaps to be given tom friendsSpeak then commanded Rlelln skl but bo brief as we have weight matters to discuss Do not waste your breath In pleading for mercy- I was going to visit tho Princess Romanovna said Hardy pale as death but speaking distinctly not because I am an aristocrat for I come from America the most democratic country on earth I was Invited to visit her because I saved her life on the Amur through my skill with the pistol My skill which has made me famous in my native land enabled me to kill two Chinese who woro attempt ing to abduct her Jt Is second naturo to mo I shoot with absolute precision Had I my weapon hero I could pick off In succession from whore I stand tho buttons on Mr BlellnskPs coat win is that to us asked tho chairman Yon are talking to gain time Give us your parting message and we will try to get It to those for whom it is intended- I could hit proceeded Hardy that explosive ball yonder tho inven tiolh of Mona Hulin and blow you all to atoms and by God if any ono hero stirs or attempts to lay hands on me Ill do it With those words ho suddenly whipped the pistol from his pocket and loaning forward aimed at the ball CHAPTER XXXI In the Name of the Czarl Tho nihilists wore thrown into panic by this suddon move on the part of Hardy For the momont ho was in control of the situation though ho was well awaro that he could not remain so for long Tho American backed to the door still aiming at the ball passed through it after somo little nervous fumbling for tho knob closed it be hind him and started to run rapidly across the empty room in which lie now found himself not without how ever making an effort to lock tho door which was Impossible as thero was no key on tho outside and no boltA savage uproar broke loose in the room which ha had just Quitted the sound of men struggling curses shouts and ero he had traversed half the distance of the ball tho door be m1 hind him flew open and a half a dozen nihilists were vomited forth Several of them were armed and pointing pistols at Hardy they shriekedDrop that revolver or we shoot you cannot escape At this moment tho hall door was thrown open and a man rushed to Hardys side It was Mordecai the Jew with his red eyes his bushy red whiskers his big hooknose Mr Hardy ho cried my dear pupil and ho sprang between the American and the pistols that wore pointed at the latters body Stop brothers stop ho shrieked What madness is this What is this man accused of I know him Ho Is a friend I will vouch for him on my life I will defend him If you kill him you must kill me too Ho Is a friend of aristocrats ex plained UlollnskI stepping forward he entered here by mistake ho says but it Is possible that he Is a spy At any rate he knows our secret ho has overheard our plans and he will betray us He must dlciAnd at this moment n meting was heard on the outer or street door Silence gasped Tllollnskl In a whispera whisper nevertheless that could be heard more distinctly in tho sudden silence than a shout What Is thatAs it in answer to his question tho door opening Into tho hall flew wide and the old woman looked In dlfhev tied and pale moaning as iho crossed herself rapidly The pollee The police Again that thundering on the door sounded through the house and astern voice could be heard command- Ing Open In the name of the czar Hardy was forgotten The czar their archenemy was at the gates of their fortress and his name was a word of terror The nihilists flew past the American on tip toe Into the hall several of them jostling and al most knocking him over In their eag erness to escape Come with me whispered Da ruch who had regained lilsfeet You must not be found heroand seiz ing Hardy by the arm he also jumped for the open door Hardy mado no resistance and was soon running down the long hall with the othera led by the Jew They camo to a narrow flight of stairs leading to the cellar and down this they crowded scram bling and fighting some of them los ing their footing and rolling to the bottom A loud crash arrested Hardy attention He was standing in the darkness but at the farther end of the hall was n hanging lamp turned low and by the light of this he could see the door fly In splinter and the officer of tho law pour in Throw your bomb brother throw your bomb said niellnskl and IluUn leaping men a cat into the middle of the passage hurled the sphere down the hall with an oath There was a muffled report not loud and much Jingling of glass The light went out but by the momentary lash of the explosive Hardy could see several policemen pitch forward on their face Come como away Mid Mordecal and Hardy scurried down tho dark collar steps with the Jew CHAPTER XXXII Hardy Buys an Overcoat They were in utter darkness now Above could be heard n lioarso uproar faint and confused shouts and sounds of heavy boots on the flooring here- In the cellar the shuttling feet of the escaping nihilists the bump or rattle of an occasional obstruction kicked or run against muttered oaths Mordo cat still holding Hardy by the arm pulled him rapidly across the collar until they stumbled against tho feet of men crawling on their hands nail knees The American pitched for ward on the back of ono of those who kicked him savagely and swore n foul oath under his breath Get down whispered Mordecai and crawl crawl with mo They passed through an oponlng In tho wall 80 low that It brought tho American flat on hla stomach and still scratched his back That It was barely wide enough for two at a time was evident iroin the fact that though he had crowded close to Mor decal the wall scraped his right sldo They were through in n trlcq and still in utter darkness Tho Hound of sculling feet again could bo heard the sound of nihilists fleeing The fools muttered Mordecai they forgot to put back the stono It was evident from his grunts and a scratching sound that ho was strug gling with some heavy ot sect There ho muttered at last It is flush now and just in time Listen my door pupil do you not hear them They are in the cellar Put your our against tho wall Hardy did as was requested and ho could Indeed hour faint sounds on the othor side of tho wall Whoro are wo now he asked Wo aro in the collar of the ad joining house belonging to a member of the Order Toe brothers have es l I tJ raped by an underground passage by an old forgotten sewer nut it will not bo sate for you to follow them They will have recovered their wits by this time and sonic of them will lie lu wait for you and kill you fooling sure that you will tell what you havo seen and heard Hardy8 eyes were becoming accus tomed to tho darkness and in tho dig tanco he could see a slit of dim gray light lie felt his way to it striking a barrel and hitting his head against a hanging shelf on tho way I y the sense of touch ho assured himself that ho had arrived at the cellar win dow boarded up and that tho slit of gray light came through an Imperfect Joining Tho door must be somewhere near With his fingers against the wall he took several stops to the left without finding It then he returned to the right mado the satire experi ment and his efforts woro rewarded with succors Mordecal was at his side What are you going to do asked tho Jew- I am going to walk boldly out of this door replied Hardy The ex lib eleR will have drawn tho whole neighborhood to the front of the house on tho other street and I shall not bo noticed If I am I can explain how I camo here and how I escaped I am going to chance it and the quicker I go the betteraud he pushed back the heavy bolt which he had found by this time Good by my friend and thank you I suppose you will rejoin your brethren You have saved my life and I shall never forget It For your sake I will say nothing about what I have seen and heard this night The neat ia broken up for the present and the police do not seem to need my aid The American walked a couple of squares then turned sharply to the rlgbt and pIned the main street He was safe now and he hailed a passing cab ordered the isToschlk to take him to the Slarianaky hazer As he stool on the walk wailing for the vehicle to draw up ho felt chilly and Isis excitement having subsided somewhat he made a discovery that gave him a shock und filled hint with a feeling of uneasiness that was destined to pou sees him for many days to come lie had left his overcoat behind somewhere In that den of nihilists He got Into the cab and as It tore through the streets tho wheels squeaking In the snow he sat there shivering tits chin in his hand rack Ing his brain to remember If possible whether there was anything In the pockets a letter cards a cigarcase that might betray the Identity of the owner To save his life he could not settle this point In hits ininil It was late when lie reached the hotel sad Just aa the gray light of dawn began tO sift In through this curtains be fell Into a sound slumber It was fully ten oclock when be went out into his office and HIlt for his coffee As lie was drinking It Wang entered In great excitement with a newspaper Look at this cried the boy The police raided a den of tilhlllati last night and the latter threw a bomb killing four of the offlcera and wound ing six others It was the society known aa The Knemlon of Ituasia made up of disaffected lluislans Poles Finns even Jewa all who hate this accursed government Hardy glanced at the boy marvel lag much at the revelation of hate In that ingenuous word accursed Why ate you an enemy of Rue ala ho asked Oh for no particular reason fal toed the boy turning polo Iper hapa I nm not And tho nlhlllstB all disappeared as though the earth had swallowed thorn up Not a thing was left to prove tho identity of a member except ono costly fur llned over coat which proves that this society numbers nirong its members soma of tho wealthier classes perhaps of tho nobility i tell youand Wang struck the paper with his right hand in his excitement that this country Is a house divided against Itself Leave It alono and it will work out IU own destruction and salvation The boys eyes worn hashing now and hits cheeks wore so aflame with excitement that tho scar nearly dill appearedHardy gulped down hit coffee and started for the door If anybody calls for me Wang ho said tell thorn that I will be back in an hour He did return In that tlmo wear ing an exact duplicate of the over coat that he had lost the night before And stilt there was no sign of tho police He felt reassured Had there been any telltale letters cords or doc uments in tho pockets of the missing garment the olllcera of the law he reasoned would have lost no tlmo inlaying hands on him- CHAPTER XXXIII Hardy Makes a Call The Princess Itomnnovna was at tired In a gown of pale blue silk decolUto trimmed with dainty cream laco nor neck was onolrolou by a string of pearls of priceless purity evenness of size and perfection of I What Are You Going to DoT Asked the Jew II form There was something In the cream voftneaa and whiteness of her skin faintly almost Imperceptibly glowing with the warm red hue of health and youth that migxeated the delicate tinting of the interior of a- eshell ltr foam shot through with the first rays of the morning sun and time pearls seemed at home with such a background Her shoulders were so exquisitely modeled that revealment became a duty and a matter of course flu modesty hi the child of ugliness Her stall were round and arm and beautiful when she bent them there was no angle at the elbow or unsightly projection but a perfect graceful curve and when she straightened them out the akin did not wrinkle there and corrugate but dimpled raT lablngly As ho arose from the chair lu which he sat awaiting hr entrance Hardy accustomed to fashionable and highbred women noticed aa she ad vanced toward him with welcoming hand extended that her soft light hair was parted In the middle and combed low over her broad forehead and that tho thick glossy knot con tined In an Invisible net was set low down at tho nano of her neck She held her lead high and haughtily as the hood of a queen yet hor red full lips parted In a dazzling smile and perfect friendliness shone from her blue eyes I received your note nt ton oclock this morning she said In French In the most natural way In the world as though she hind soon him only you tardtiy and fortunately I had no unavoidable engagement until 11 They stood in tho center of a lux urious salon flooded with a soft roio colored light from electric bulbs In geniously disposed about tho celling I was very sorry ho replied to disappoint myself last evening and also to put you to any possible annoyance in waiting for one pint the fact Is nut she exclaimed In her own tonguo you are positively spooking Russian And so perfectly too I can hardly bellovo my oars It Is in credible lint dont lets remain standing hore lute two posts Sit down over hero and wo will have a nice cozy talk I can give you two full hours She crowed tho room to n low divan and seated herself comfortably on one end of It among a mass of lux urious pillows Hardy took his place beside her and said easily Tho hopo of conversing with you some time III your own tongue prli cons has boen a great Incentive 41 mo in my studies of Russian Wlfj out that Incentive I should scarcely have mado such progress as you are kind enough to credit mo with Ho was at homo now moro at home than In tho store at Otryotonslc or in tho wholesale houses of tho Moscow merchants and those words of doll onto fluttery camo naturally to his lips The princess flashed one Quick wnsIsearching look at him The mat a gentleman in the ease aa well M a liro and no moro afraid of a prlnceiM than of a Chinese brigand Be you learned Ituaalan that you might talk with liter else laughed with a slight tlnue of coquetry How perfectly charming nut pouted I fear that year IboIstruggle with the terrible It tongue Is but a poor compliment to my French DM you then find that so unintelligibleNot I replied except as far M ray own poor mastery of It ren tiered It so nut my desire to roniverso with you la Russian was quito natural I used often to wish that I could understand you when you were talking on the Amur steamer tie sides Russian aa spoken by you seemed a very beautiful language and one well worth acquiring She did not see fit to pursue this topic further You wliali always speak Ruaslan with me then Dy the way have you heard anything further from your ho I role friend Smuldara I hope you have not lost all trace of him I should so like to know how ids love affair with Ute fAIr but tantalizing Cuulla camo out Of that I am able to Inform you aa I have recently heard from Smuldera lie and Chulla are married and liv AtheThe princess clappod her little hands with joy Isnt it delightful she exclaimed to liner of a lovo affair that ends happily And I havo no doubt that Chulla will settle down into n lien sable affectionate wife and ropay him for all his sufferings Waa that not aeterrible happening last night tho killing anti wounding of those poor officers Tho nihilists arc becoming holder and bolder every day Only the severest measures will stamp out this ovll of nihilism There Is no oth er way to deal with these men who If they could mllgllidellIto see It are their own Could they know how It grieves thojLittle Father to be severe with nay of his children they would not resort to violence I am sorry for thin families of tho killed and wounded officers I I have started n subscription for them which has already been generously responded to May I put my namo down for a small amount asked Hardy Hardy noticed that tho list was headed Rllzabotha Roumnovna 1000 roubles and that several others had contributed equal sums The lastIname thus far obtained and noxt to which Hardy must sign was that of I Doris Romanoff who was down for j 2000 roubles TO UK CONTINUED The Cheering Crowds paWhileopplaUMDont KENTUCKY WOME- NSUCCEEDING IN t NEWSPAPER WORK Arthur Brisbane the highest sal ailed newspaper man In America who slake before Uio Chicagos Womans club in that city recently Bald journal lam is the greatest thing In the world Not even love did ho hold as an exception Simply because Journal lam lUolf Is just a Idg bundlo of Inve cad fill that U not lovo In this mag nanimous profession Is pitched Into the waste basket This has proven true In tile careers of Kentucky worn tn who are succeeding In newspaper work today Itepeclally In tho expwlewe of Ira Daisy lltzhugh Ayers a Ken tuckiaii now engaged In n w pmier work ut the national capital She net I more lovo than words as n corm BjKmdtnt for the seven largest papas In seven other ttatcs besides linn lucky Mrs Ayers line been on tho staff of tho CourierJournal bureau In Washington nloo years and H connect ed with several New York publics Hops Sho Is the author of The Con quest a novel of Washington life Mrs Ayer was reared lu the newsy IKT homo of Ixnctngton sad she has bon writing ever since stow wu a Stbool girL She le the widow of a Yale honor nan Her parents are Capt nud Mrs IL II Kltshuch who came to the Dine Grass capital from Virginia Girls of the Pennyrlle In nrMkeiirUlge county Miss Eva Menimhlnn and MlMMaynte Ielliven lira bright young women wbo are mak ing HMWO than pin money by oorrcv r gpondlns for The Brockenrldge News I and The Fourth DUtrlct Loader Miss MrGlnllilan a correspondent for Ire News fioiu Irvlngtoa anti Mia Delia von is rojireswitaUvo for Tko leader at Coverport They are j ald well for their correspondence Mln MoGloth tan had never written for a newspaper before slue took up tho work for The News and the way alto learned to write Items may bo helpful to tilt nirl who wantt to learn reporting Sho clipped reports about fires deaths and dally occurrences from different pa pors and by thco she learned to write InlngtonIbagns office nearly six years and sun bngnn work when she was fifteen years of ago When the local editor In ort duty she can wrlto tine news matter with perfect case althoun her regular diitlott aro confined to the ItI 0Itrlntlng department Writers of Central Kentucky At Lexington nro five young wom n who have attained Journalistic accom plishments and whoso efforts have peon rumuNuniUvH They arc Miss Mary II Bryan Miss Katherlno Hull Illlllngsloy tits Mary Bradley Italley Mrs Dnaha BreckoiirldKO anti Miss Alice Loyd 1I8 Bryan Is society editor for The Lexington Lender She IIOK been with that paper thirteen years and dots nev t or missed but two months from the of flee In that time Mbffi Bryan Is an I enthusiastic club woman of Kentucky boloiiKlnpc to tilt Lexington Chapter of J tho D A IL tho Womans Club of Central Kentucky and the Fllson Club Louisvillei Is society editor of tho Lexington Herald Sho Is the daughter of Uio wellknown lawyer George FL Itllllngslpy who married Sllfs Nannlo Davidson daughter of one of tho most successful bankers In the South Mrs Halley has been with Mrs J For the purpose of securIng clear j ness simplicity and precision In time application of compass errors tho by drographlc office of the United Slates Navy has adopted n new form of com pass on which there is no north southeast tour west but which consists of a circle divided into 3CO degrees be- ginningi with 0 at tho true north point end reading to the right To head northeast for example by ri nv llY IABabbage Tandy Hughe In n magazine agency and writes syndicated articles She has written many charming articles and her travels abroad have added a imrtloular Interest to her wrlUngs Airs Deshn Breckcnrldge whoso husband is editor of The Lexington Herald In a most diligent nowsjMiper women although In tho last year she has devoted most of her time to feder ation work of forming school improvement leagues She is chairman of the ltTglHlntlvo Committed of Kentucky Womens Clubs and leas done some valuable work with Tho Heralds printers Ink Mrs Breckenridgo is a granddaughter of Henry Clay and inherits his oratorical power Before her marrlngo s4io was Miss Madeline McDowellHave Newspaper Relations Miss Katherine Kuplmlla Slurrell is a talented young woman and repre seals The IoiMsvllle Times at Colum bia Hits Murrell is tho nloco of T 1C Murrell who Is In partnorfthlp with C S Harris In puhllflfelng nut editing toe Adair County News Her father ifie late C 11 Murroll ww traveling representative for that paper ten yearsAmbitious young newspaper girls In New Haven are Miss Camlllla Happier and Miss Felicia Hagan correspond Misslcxtltor of The New Haven Echo Miss Stella Mcoro of KarlInstill writs for Tho Knrlliiff Bee a splendid paper published by her brother Paul Moore one of tho host known mem ben of the Kentucky Prest Associa tion For fifteen years Mrs Harry McCnr ty of Nlcholasvllle who Is onioclatfd with her husband publisher of the Jos asinine Journal ban beEn bookkeeper for McCnrty Company Three years ago she began to wrlto for the person al column of Uio Journal nnd from that tine has advanced to the editorial departmentThree Competent Girls Miss hotly L Hubbard of Hodgens Vlllo and IW Ooldio ferry of WIn cheater are making good on two of the loading paptvs In tho state Be sides writing well they can operate n llnotypa maehlne JllBs Perry works when site chcotcs and Is boss of the Sun Senllnei Sho has attended many meetings of the National Editorial Association with her father II It Perry lien paper on how to start a dally made a hit in both the state and nn tlonal press meetings jif last year Miss Hubbard is In tile office of The I4tltue County Herald and Is one of the loveliest girls known to tho Ken tucky editors She Is lioautlful as well as tnlented Miss Lena Itolllns who has the dls tlnotJnii of being the only mountain girl In the Kentucky Press Associa tlon nod a delightful one Is secretary of The Sun Publishing Company hire Ilolllus Is wise on tho circulation end of the newspaper business One Item she says that Tho Plnovlllo Sun has Increased Its circulation with n humHomo number Is by writing per sonal letters to traveling men and former Bello county people niklm them for subscriptions to Tho Sun Thin scheme Is excellent Is getting new subscribersSuccessful Journalists- In Western Kentucky Mrs Virginia Duncan has achieved a brilliant suc cess In journalism on tho editorial ntaff of The Owcnsboro Mctecngcr And for tho last live years she has HiriO been dramatic rrjt music crit this now marking tho order would bo to make the course 45 degrees for a course southeast by south tho order would bo 14GVI degrees Naturally tho now compass Is meet ing with opposition especially from navigators who have all their lives been getting course by tho fa miliar old compass They say It would bo just as reasonable for time almanac makers to wipe out time monthsI I1l1dI count the days from 1 to 3C5 aa s ic for TOo Rllqull1l To hear Mrs Duncan tall of Jounallsm ta indeed in spiring for she is desperately In lovo with her work She nays the news paper wcmnn Is a part of ono of tho most jwwerful forces of the world The Fourth Estate Ono of tile best correspondents In Mercer county is Mrs J If Wetter field Sho Js local editor U Porryvllto for the Kentucky Itopubllcan pub lished at Harrodsburs Mrs Wester fields letters are always brght and entertainingIn lives one of tho most distinguished writers of Uio middle west Mrs Haute Beall Qrlnnoll who all her life line written for country weeklies and various publications She has dropped moat of her newspaper correspondence but fltlll writes In structive and wholesome articles for The Meado County Messenger and Tin Lcltirhncld Gazette her home papers Mrs Mamie Plummer Braughton society editor of Tho Franklin Favorite has won laurels In Journalism by her tact nnd wlnsomo manner Sho gath ers her material by attending enter tainments receptions and club meet ings and she Is extremely popular In the club circles of Franklin Mrs BraugJiton has learned that n reporter can not get much nows matter by ask lug persons the quostlon Have you any news News Is something ono has to pick up quietly so quietly that ore unmet tlploo many times to get an ItemWhat will be a surprise to a number of soutborn newspaper people Is that Miss Orn IxHgh a former newspaperwoman of Paducah has recently mar rlod After leaving Kentucky she was city editor on a loading dally In Salt Lake City and little did ono dream that this gifted journalist would take time to entertain Cupid Ella Hutchinson Ellwanoer The CourierJournals special correspondent at Frankfort Is Mrs Ella Hutchison Kllwangor who has not only made a name for herself in jour nalism but Is now being recognized as magazine writer of some noto Nino years she has been connected with tho Kentucky State Journal but two mouths ago she severed her con nection with that paper to devote all her time to writing articles for New York publications It is said that Mrs Kllwangor Is truly responsible for tho handsome Louisville and Nashville depot at Frankfort for through tier editorials in the Frankfort Journal sho aroused a public sentiment and demand for this building E O Walton who recently rotlred from time ed itorial department of that paper allowed Mrs Kllwangor full scope in writing up the mayor and the city dads of Kentuckys capital and by this she did much for tho civic bettor ment of Frankfort Once Mrs Kll wangor got drunk That is she be came intoxicated with success when her first article of any length was pub listened Sho said Ibo was completely overcome with joy and surprise when sho saw tier article on tho first page of limo Illustrated section of a loading newspaper That was In 1901 About that time silo originated the first so ciety page in Frankfort newspaper dom Mrs Kllwangor has written three magazine stories for children and has had many skits In Lippln cods Her Sunday letter to the Cour ierJournal is ono of the most enjoy able features of that paper and It has boon complimented by writers all over tho United States This month sho and W E Brldwell an exnewspaper man published a book an edition do luxo of tho General Assembly ana tho stato capitol Her admirlni readers will bo glad to learn that in Mayor Juno her article Evolution of Punishment as Applied to State Prisons will appear in Hamptons magazine Mrs Ellwangers cucccss Is greatly duo to persistence In oxen cising tho Golden Hule In her daily social and business affairs Copies of the Lady of tho Quill havo just conic from a Louisville pub lishing company and all southern and eastern friends of Mrs Jennie C Mor tOil will welcome this little book of sketches of her life This biography of Mrs Morton Is written In a loving and picturesque manner by Mrs Ell wanger who Is receiving many lint tering notices by tho press and the public on her lifestory of this famous woman May Have Their Day A Newspaper Womans Day has been suggested for the program of the midsummer meeting of tho Kentucky Press Association in June which In nil probability will be held at the Mammoth Cave Dan Bowmar editor of the Woodford Sun and secretary of the association favors the Idea and no doubt this will bo ono of the most attractive occasions of the fortyfirst annual gathering of the Kentucky ed itorsTho Kentucky newspaper woiscn as a whole nro time happiest and moat cultured sorority In any state In the Union May their ink bottles be full and running over with glory and hon or forever 1 ARMY ADOPTS NEW COMPASS their to abolish the compass of tho ancient mariners Then too it will annihi Into much that is picturesque in ocean navigationIn days tho skipper would como out of his cabin nnd yell gruf fly to tho mnn at time wheel Hows she hoadln7 West norwest by west sir would If the answer That has the true ring of the sea P nular Monhnnlos rr- M Ire The Mission of the TwelveScnihjr School Ltiica far April 10 1910 Specially Arrtnced for ThIs Piper LESSON TKXTMntlhcw 9351015 404Z Memory veyees9a7 88- UOLUKN TEXT Freely yf have re Mlvtfl freely Jlvatt 101- TISIK Autumn of A D 2- 8riiArfcHomewhere In Galilee lust where If not known- Suggestion and Practical Thought The Great Need of Laborers Matt D3G 101 What Immediately followed the series of miracles studied in our last lesson Christs third preaching tour of Galilee going about all the cities and thickly clustered villages He taught In their synagogues where there was much freedom of teaching Tho subject of his sermons was tho gospel of the kingdom the announcement that the kingdom of heaven was at hand the rfgn of righteousness and joy and peace Moreover he healed every sickness and every disease Christ saw that most of the Jewish teachers were blind guides They were more concerned with tithes of mint and anise and cum multi than with the eternal welfare of their people What was Christs remedy for this lack of laborers Prayer Definite prayer for more workers Prayer di rected to the Lord of tho harvest who Is the most interested In getting the harvest gathered He sent forth his twelve disciples II The Laborers AppolntedVs 24 Who were the twelve apostles and what significance Is there in the way they paired off 1 Simon Peter fisherman of Beth salda who came to live In Capernaum a man well along in years one of the first to follow Christ a man of im pulse yet n rock as his name Implies Coupled with Andrew Peters brother another fisherman n quiet steady thoughtful mnn the hidden helper of the twelve He was the first disciple of Christ the evangelist of Peter ho found the lad with time loaves and fishes and he brought the Greeks to Jesus James the son of Zebedce and probably of Salome the sister of Mary therefore probably a cousin of Jesus according to tho flesh He was a flab erman partner of Peter and Andrew Coupled with John his brother prob ably the youngest of the twelve the disciple whom Jesus loved who be came the great apostle of love Philip also of Bethsaldn whose busi ness is unknown Coupled with Bar tholomew probably Nathanael the quickwitted man who deduced Christs Mosslahshlp from the second sentence our Lord spoke to him Thomas the doubting disciple coupled with Matthew tLovl tho taxcollector of Capernaum and doubt less an extortioner James the son of Alphaeus perhaps a brother of Matthew coupled with Thnddamis Lebbaeus also culled Judas the son of James Simon the Cnnaanllo R V Can anaean coupled with Judas Itca riot I e man of Kerloth a town of Judah Hence ho was the only ono of tho disciples who was not t Galilean Why were they to go forth two by two Mark G 7 To tupplant each other and encourage each other What forms of opposition did Christ predict 1 That In some places they would not be received or even listened to 2 That they were to be scourged In the synagogues In each of which three magistrates sat with power to Inflict scourging for misdemeanors 3 They wore to be brought before coun ella the local tribunals of the towns and even before Roman governors like Felix Festus Galllo and Paulus and kings like Herod Agrlppa and Nero 4 Their own brothers and fathers and children would turn against them 5 It would come to such a pass that all men seemingly would actually hate themHow did Christ encourage the apos ties In the face of these trials that were to come Ho prophesied the pun lehmontDf their ennmles In the day of judgment with penalties more terrible than would bo meted out to the in iquitous heathen cities Sodom and Gomorrah He reminded them of the Fathers continual care of them Illustration There was once a le glon of Christian soldiers in the service of a Roman emperor The mandate rAm to tho army that all should do sacrifice to the gods on pain of death to every ono that refused The Chris than legion to a max refused prefer ring time sacrifice of life Itself on the altar of dutyJames S Bush Christs call is for such young men and young women who scorn to worship the gods of this world and are ready to placo their lives and their all at the feet of their glorious Redeemer The talents ours today may be de manded by the Owner tomorrow Fidelity not success regulates the final rewardJ n Macduff Beware W trusting to providence matters which Providence has plainly trusted to you New Hope for the New Year Without regard to what the past has been the New Tear brings glad promises tows all Wrapped up In la unfolding days are new possibilities new pleasures new friendships new chances for helping somewhere new proofs of our Fathers goodness Let us wake hopefully each morning work heartily through each day and fall nsleep each night with the confidence that our flrys and our doings are in Gods keeping All that is human must retrograde if It does not advance Edward Gibbon Y 4 1885 Berea College II t 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE i OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces i the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS i A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject so many classes that each student can be placed with others liko himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for thcso least advanced Santo Jectmes library and general a vantages as for moro advanced students ArltTmietto and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free textbooks lacompoundNursing Dressmaking Household Management LcamamLEarn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thosowho havo largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studios to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Homo ScIence ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small f extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 II and 4 year courses with Latin flw j man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wlttt use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods rime highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching t year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a flrfltclass i certificate Following years winter and spring terms Clvo tile Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches nocos nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Read Organ Voice Culture Piano Thwtry Band may bo taken aa an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution Alt tho money received from students Is paid out for their benefit and Uio School expands on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than bepays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and woihoi for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMiLY with cartful regulations to Ilr toot the character and reputation of tho young people Our students como from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who mny be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and sloops receiving valuable train jug and getting pay according to the value of their labor Excopt in winter it Is expected lint all will have a chance to earn as much as 36 cents a week Somo who need o earn moro may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books eta vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate la tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough from rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuol lights and washing of beddlnu i and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week lit the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents n week In fall and spring RO cents in winter SCHOOL FEES aro two First a Dollar Deposit an guarantee fog return of room key library books etc This In paid but once and la returned when tho student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school build figs hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for dues f students Is 500 a term 6 In courses with Latin and 700 la CoUegUtu coones iJ4MitiPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental leo and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are aa follows FALL 14 weeks 2950ln ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit mlddlo ot term 945- WINTER 12 weeks 29OOln ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 900- SPRINGtO weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1075 Including 100 deposit middle of term 075- SPRING4 weeks term for those whomu t leave for farm work 040 SPRING7 weoks term for thee who must love for teachers arfninlt nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by pennlslon before tho end of n term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for fmo lion of a week On board rotund In full On room and Special Expenses there Is a largo loaf oocff4 sloned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and tho Institution will rbfund only onehalf of tho amount which time student has paid for tho rouralniiu weeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before the mlddlo of a term wlllro calve a certificate for onehalf tho Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Bcren College on payment of torn bills by the stun dent in person or a brother or sister If presented within four torme The first day of Fall term is September IS 1909 The first day ot Winter term is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term is March 30 1910 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C BEREARt r That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good tiling when they see it and to get a 75 cent knifo with to blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worthmoro to the maim tamp people than any other dollar paper in the world = r The Knife and The Citizen Cor12S That brings in subscriptions all the time If you hove not got it you ought to havo L t 41 t l n w 1 Coss I Get style and comIfort in tHe This spring dont lt anything prevent you from ing the Red Cross Shoe wearIWe have it in the styles that the best I women will be wearing the most attractive of the season Whether you need dress shoes or shoes for street and general wear i get this shoe Until you wear the Red Cross Shoe you wouldnt fielleve a shoe could be so comfortable as the Red Cross Shoe that it could feel so easy on your feet Its sole tanned by the special Red Cross Tanning Process is flexible You feel the difference instantly There is none of the burning and smarting that stiff 1solescause dayifTIl COYLESYou pay lessor get more MAIN ST BEREA KY I RoposoooeosopoOdQOpoesoOososopo0opceoso oso o o o o 0 0 i Berea and Vicinity i 0 o 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0- S 0 80800808080808008080800808080800808080800080808 DR BEST DENTISTt I CITY mown 133 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L N TIME TABLE North Bound Local Kuoxvllle 630 a m 1100 p m BURBA 129 p m 357 a m I Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a m South Bound Local Cincinnati 640 a m 825 p m D mEA ilC9 a m 1229 p m Knoxvllle 700 p m 550 a m I Express Trains Stop to let oft and take on passen gers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond a South Bound Cincinnati 815 a m BURBA 1144 a m North Bound 0 DEREA 456 p m Cincinnati 835 p m These two trains will now carry thru sleepers from Jacksonville to Chlcagq transferring over the P It R at Clnclnratl so that Berea pas congers for Chicago may go thru without changing Miss Hertha King and mother wero in Richmond last Friday Mr Dan Metcalt of Waco Ky was visiting in town last week with friendsRHODUS HAYES SELL THE GLOBE FERTILIZER Miss Lillie Moore was quite ill a s part ot last week but Is able to be out again now I Brush always does his best to dem I onstrato strongly what can be accom v pUshed by fraud Apr 2 Tho steam titters who have been 0 working for the college since last Fall have finally finished their task and gone t 111 HI Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW J CLEAN AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down Stairs Boone Tavern S R SEALE Prop Mr and Mrs U M Burgess of Paint Lick visited with friends in town here last week Mr J L Bowler who worked In the printing office a few years ago was In town over Sunday For sale or exchange for other stock two good mule Jacks Apply to W Iteration Berca Ky IJ FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Roek eggs 50 cents per 15 Write Mrs Maeglo Fowlor Dorea Ky ur call at home 2 miles north of Boroa Dr J A Mahaffoy of Sturgeon wa In town last week looking at some reel estate and visiting friends Mr B H Gabbard formerly of Sand Gap now of Des Molnes la was In town a few days this week I Miss Carroll Hill returned Monday from her home In Woodstock Ill to outer school for the spring term John W BIcknoll of Locust Branch WM in town Friday vl lUng his father and getting some dental work doneMr James Jackson and family have moved their property Into tho adjoin ing house recently occupied by Mr and Mrs Grover Flab WOOD CONTRACTSPartle de siring to deliver wood to tho College for the next school year deliveries to begin after Commencement should Ice Treasurer Oaborno and get contracts at an early date 200 a cord will be paid tor absolutely sound good wood with no small limbs r r A That famous Red Braqd Candy lOc per HosieryILatest and Best in Ties for ladies and gentlemen lOc and 25c Laces Ham burgs Embroideries and Edgings at TG S t I L I MRS EARLY S Mr C H DletrIoh of Winchester and his daughter Miss Lois were vls Itws in town Monday WHEN YOU WANT FERTILIZER BUY TIlE DEST RHODUS HAYES SELL TUB GLOBE Mr H B Taylor had a picnic party to the Brush Creek Caves Satur day In honor of his guests Mr and Mrs O B Coates Mrs Georgepow was called hero last week from her home at Pike vllle on account of the death of her mother Mrs Ioster- I Brush talks all the while ho works t and works all the while ho talks Ho gives two entertainments in one Dout j Rules seeing him Chapel April 2 A womans crowning glory is her I hat That is If It is the right kind of a hat Our hats are tho right kind the kind that have the style workmanship They are trimmed bIIMiss Vera Woodsen of New and her skill and experience the best possible guarantee to our customersWe always pleased to show you our assortment Come In Mrs Jennie B Fish I 4 ft 4 4 A 4A it A 4t for a this end of town were morn tug by tbo of Master songs by a party of who made the rounds of the homes of the Utile Duke will give an open nut the is to Will and baby left at the first of the week for to Join Mr who has a pos ition there Mr G D left where he was called on al He will about a week and on his return will upon the Ice for the season Dr J C and Misa Anne two old Korea wore last at Mich They will live O where Mr bas a thriv ing Dr R H left morn Ing for Ute North where lie will join his wife for their trip to They will miL tram Now York on April 9 and their will the Amen can Co till they get settled there v Ll Mlw Edith Early a wcokIU not only a man but will you with Ills wit Is clean and Jrrost able April 2 Work on tho ot Boone Tavern luus begun and It is to have the third story done by Commencement time The next story Hill in most tho second floor and will the of tho house There has I been such a of guests for tho last month that Mr has been fairly and it is that the now story will provo a In trout the first Brush more tricks with live than any other on the stage April 2 It was that a good many girls had so much for their Eastor that they could not afford Easter Or it was be cause they did not want to hide that of hemp and even by a hat Sewing Machine Repairs We Any Kind of Sewing Machine Made BELTS BOBBINS NEEDLES SHUTTLES Try one of our BoyleBeltsMakes the run a fourth easier People awakened Sunday sweet singing college MadeoU members ot faculty Literary society meeting Tuesday evening In chapel cordially Invited be pretont Mrs Cincinnati Duncan Holllday Tuesday forII business bo lone up business Stratton student slanted Saturday Saugatuek In Mlddtetown Stratum practice Cowley Tuesday Europe address be Express Vienna Austria II who attended IDrush of mystery convulse laughter catchy enlarging hoped respects duplicate greatly Increase enpaolty rush swjunpcd expected paying vestment performs animals magician American noticed expended hair bonnets maybo wonderful strucure hair hideousness Keep Repairs AND machine pleasantly Everybody Duncan Hazzard Crosby Taylor tt- I ttttr tttf 4 4 d4 tr THE PORTER DRUG CO INCORPORATED BEREA KENTUCKY jirrot IDout forgot that Brush the magi clan will be at the Chapel at T30 beII the year and It is the lost of tile Lyceum nouns Dont forget it If you havoat yet found out that money talks be present when Brush hypnotises the borrowed sliver dol larsI pins George with her daughter YesI ta and Iraa expect to leave for their home won In Greenfield Ohio Is It a perplexing question 7 To many ladles when It some to millinery buying time it Is a perplexing question M to the proper hat to buy We reduce this perplexity to a mini mum Owing to the tact that our stock It large and varied we can suit every individual taste We try our bust to please you and do it about 100 I tiroes out of a 100 That i a big proposition but correct Itsl Mrs Jennie U Fish i Mrs Fay led the Y W C A meet ing last Sunday reading the beauti ful story ot Ruth and Naomi The I meeting was one of the most Inspir ing we have had this year i I Mr W Murray Smith of Richmond nmdo an auto trip over horn Sunday Mlse Nettle Oldham of Boone Is UK pleasant guest of Mr and Mrs Bert Coddington this week Mlw line Borlet of Defiance Ohio formerly drawing teacher at the Home XonlR Ohio Is visiting Mis BwUright Last Saturday tho Xonla Crowd spent the tiny at Robes Alt In her honour Tho children of Ole primary do partment of the Union Sunday school under tho supervision of Mist Morrow and Miss Lillian Tuthlll had a most delightful Umo on the lawn at Pre 1denta house last Saturday after noon hunting Raster eggs Mlsa Lucy lIollldayK class ot little onos wore also Included In the party I BRUSH HAS DOG EXPERIENCE prof Edwin Brush Uio magician that IB noon to appear on our lecture course was recently playing a Btnal Texas city and encountered an expe rlence not altogether common The theatre was largo and of ruth er a peculiar shape being wider than dealu The drop curtain was also very wkle so that whon it was millwl up it looked like the wholo end ot Uio auditorium was biting pulps up A lrg hvnhloiiMile stet onUuurio tie audience had nwwmblwl tho word WM given for the start The largo drop curtain was shot up In the meantime a dog had IIIlt through the doors Bettor with or without a ticket and had planted himself In an aisle Heitr the rundown from UM stage lie not betux up to theatre tkiueUe was surprteod by Ute unex pected removal ot one of the walls ot the Mdltorlum nod his attention WM directed to the hole In the wall Md Utter of the etage trappings When the protestor appeared HtnlllBR ut61 bowing In response to the than Aw of applause the dog was still more surprised to see a human clad IN the cottveaUonul apiwrel of New Yorks IOO and taking tho hand eiappiac for his cue got It Into his head to perform the principal part eu the program He put on his mean est truer uttered a growl a few wmrlf anal made a leap In the air harking profusely Brush stood bta itrounl taut IHs face woe becoming very white aDd the genial smite started to fade when a big policeman rescued hits by picking UM dog up bodily and ejecting him trots the building There was another rouMI of apptawio and the rest of tile evwtliig wept off I lABantly Prof flush however dos Nt wtah tho tSIJfI ri ac repwtatl sad we might sanaest that you leave vetir log home MARION FREDERICKS DEAD Older teachers and students at We rea will bo grieved to learn of the death last week of Marlon H VnA erioks one ot the moat brilliant of Bvreai boys While still a young Stan be had showed marked ovldence of both literary sad artistic talent and hart It within his pup to re ceive the highest education and reach lor thus highest honors He reined tIM opportunity owover and Bottled down near his home on Goose Creek Clay County From there while teach tag school ho made frequent oontri butlom to contemporary magazines sal newspapers and won for himself DO little literary fame He always refuted to trade on his neighbors on so many young authors do and hM never written up the mountains In aloe of the demand for stories ot that kind lie died ot pneumonia nnd was hurled near his home lie loaves a wife and three children t i GO TO I WJTatumV FOR Fresh Groceries- I buy nil kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky t ST LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP JAKE MILLER Proprietor Do you want to Ret satisfaction on your shoe repairing Come tome I guarantee my work Prices are low and Workmnnship Guaranteed Best White Oak Leather used Special line of Rubber Heels Work done while you wait Give me n trinl and you will call again MAIN ST BEREA KY Over flank CHARLES GRIFFITH DIES It has pleueti God to take to Him Charles Griffin a promising and aspirin young man whoso sunny na ture stud kiwi tM no UoM won for him UM respect and admiration ot all thous with whom he came In con tart He WM always null of fun love and laughter and such are compan ions of pleasure and Ute allies Of civilisation For whore there la no laughter there ts no genuine love and where there Is no lovo Ute to n deport- of evil and all that lies beyond Is a volceiese shore and Manes skY Hta death came so suddenly and unexpectedly just when the horizon of his future WM all aglow with JIIpeIsad ambition that It U very spooking i to his many relatives all friends and M the poet hM wild Some dare must be dark and dreary H This IIfully realised when death stop our thresholds Md places his coUl Icy fingers upon the UfIII and brow of one who Is sacred and preefotu tons by the Ua of love The post has oleo said That the bant of friends have to part Thta I think la one of the sn4deat sad most dletrawlnft eaa teems In all the English language i for It brings remorse to oar sea clenre and runs thru and ptaya ups on every fiber of our whole being We should all be optluM and Inclin i ed to look on the lINt sad bright side ot things and trust In Htm who walked on the JIM of Galilee M n iillot and when our clay In this World Is over nod we are called upon to travel through the valley of UM aka dow of death and have stepped late the gloom sad mists of thing MB sees may we be eemrted by a etoilM of angels Into the presence of DotlIwhere we will hear Ute welcome word Well door good and faith ful servant Knter thou late the joys of thy Lord- Why should we weep when tho weary OHM rest In the bosom of Jesus IiUtlrelHeIla the mansion ot glory prepared forjthe bleat For death Is no more than a dream J II raylor FOR SALE Snail farm for rent or sale near Vallaceton Call on W A Ogg O C Men Let Us Help You to Dress Right And demonstrate to you the kind of Clothing we sell We are up to the minute this season with the Smartest and Brightest of Fabrics and the latest style for the Men and College Boys Come in and see our Clothing before Easter We can save you money A Few Words to the Ladies J We have added to our store a line of Ladies goods Everything new and uptodater Ladies Shoes Hosiery Underwear Skirts Waists Belts Collars I Parasols Belt Buckles Combs and Hand Bags V t Come and see what we have got new y i RHODUS C HAYES MAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KY I 1 oCt r0 h After The Grippe I am much pleased to bo able to write and thank SarahJLast February I had the Grippe which left me in femaletroubleonlythreedoctors or than any other medicine I ever took I Take 4 CARDUIIThe1 theGripIt builds strength steadies the nerves improves the appetite regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of health Cardui is your best friend if you only knew it Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has youRememberingredients in any other medicine for they are not for sale in any drug store except In the nrdul bottle Try Cardul Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tens lor Special Inttnictuni and 61 pare book Home Treatment lor Women sent free IfAdvice to Kentucky Boys While I have been thinking of tho x U ar old Cltlien as being eo great Ifa paper and looking over Itn Intor i 4li lug column finding HO much news ftoni one old Kentucky horns suite k v K tngkes tne wonder whut the jpuuff iIM want to learn homo nod BO r A truy for 1 um a wilwnmu for Tudi Heavonton and Co and I havo Jut come heck treat a tour through it Laurel and IloekcaiUe Countlll while I waa Were I met sonic boys wkh f their gripe Mailing for some distant land One looked about 16 yearn old and try other about 14 yours old I just Bloke to tho boys and odd iks It may be that I am too for ward In speaking to you In this way Jut 1 think It hi my duty to do so I Boys I said where nee you going and they Mid Wo are going to lIam ilton o and we lira wearied very much aDd feel like ronUni I snld bUn Mays you aro going the wrong iv u If you have homes In Kentucky 1 asked then It they wore hunting for nork riwr Mid yue 1 only told ffcrm to be careful and advlod UIMII ti b ut way I eould and In die elk rtt way 1 loki them to 90 back ham and stay wild tether and mother hind after eo tone the nallt- Me Mild IMM wo back home Kin ally they agroed to go buck and I ISIt- fleas going tor HOMO Sweet Home It It pleMMat boys to think of Uy a old Kentucky home and bobs Mtuf at Mill With fftUter and mother Is my MvtM tu all young roan Let HM my Mf at home and by your parent J S Mooro Hamilton 0 LetterMarch f 1110 r lCwfenetq IIJ1eDde iAi I am here oil n vtelt and can act wrlto from my home office itlse- fowtli I will write a letter from this liteWe are having vary beautiful weather and tile farmer ere busy with their plowing and gardening Jooiito Denlnevr who watt thrown from a wagon struck by a freight train died at Moray Hospital lint Sunday llf was OS yore old Adam Keln died last week with pneumonia at the homo of his daugh ter MrJohn Kapper Judge Hartkoff Ins appointed MM Omit wife of aharlff Graft M matron of tho County Jail tier salary In 10I Q per mouth Mayor Roth well and wife spout last Sunday In Martlngvlllo hid Mr Roth woll Is a Republican and tho Republican mayor Hamilton has tlrstI for some time Tho pooplo who favor of law and order aro well picas ml with him- Hamilton will have a now post master April 1st Carl Scholl has ro oalvod his commission Ho will succ od 0 V Iarrlsh reassistant John Sapp Jr choarged with man slaughter In conncotlou with tho loath of Isaac Bunco gave bond Wed nesday to tho sum of 200 Ho hint n bees in Jail for nearly two months The high Hchool faculty line select ed Kontano Herrlnger Harlan Schwab and heists Jones WI the Coinmeneo tar of tlo Y M C A has been chosen to jeoaeh the Control High school buss ball team Jam It Qabbard of Owsley County t Kentucky Is vlalUng his brothor I Meredith at WO Cleveland Are Ho also baa been doing some work for Meredith on his new lot In UIO way of filling and fenolng 1U Ho will j lave for home Friday afternoon j Dr Mllllkln will go to Lebanon Sat unlajr to address the meeting of War AMoclaUonI of Miami University Is making an ox j tended trip through the Holy land I The Ministerial Alliance hold a con klngIr IN Hamilton as a result he issued An order Uwt no more beor can bo car tied U lunda IYourfriend ins n Gabbard IFree Reading I1e UM flat person sending mo five BCM tire otnposlto numbers within t five da I will give the National IroI- l1IbttIeIIIIl one year free I i AOOressi J M Jackson norea Ky j Have Hard Time IDrys le who lave been disap I pointed IH tile action of tho State 18ssq this yenr In defeating the betIl ties and sea tIHI law imt thru In the winter of lilt Such people aro like wkjabdpeople will be In oven worse oondl tlon when that Umo comes around j for there are twenty equators who will hold over from this your to tho i next legllaturtt and of them thirteen I are wet eo that to have a majority In the next Senate the drys must senlalor twoIj men who nrp oloeted on a dry plat wheniI that hors Is a tremendous Job ahead for the drys IHAR PROBLEMS Heros a little problem not qulto In lino with Prof Scales but worth thinking over A train one mile long passes a sta tion and a conductor climbs on tho calKMwo as It gooa by He walks to tho front end of tho train and gets off at tho noxt stnlou which is three mlloR down tho road How far did ho walk and how far did ho rldo Ask your Merchant for Cream of Wheat Flour Made fromTselected wheat carefully milled on latest the uptodate mill It Is the whitest and purest and every sack guaranteed TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED Our brands of flour are Cream of Wheat Perfection Pioneer and Fancy Family We also make feed and mealIAndrew Isaacs Prop BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea Kentucky Cleaning and PressingL- adies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressedfand Repaired W C CARPENTERI Back of Fish Bldg Berea KyI I I lr Dawn of the Future IThe to W J Lampton In tho Iwiuo of Tho Citizen of March 17 en titled Kentucky and Her Women S Whats the matter with Kentucky Dour silo always lag behind ju all the ways of progress That Lampton would define Inat her pasts a blaze of glory Wo will certainly admit glut today we have tho statesmen Whom the world knows make a hit Yen the sunrise gilds our mountains And It aliluos on noble men Whose last drop theyll shed to lift her Out of darkness out of sin Every father In our mountains Who can neither read nor vrlto Toils to send his boys to college For he knows theyll win the fight Lack of Illiteracy well pit against you If you count your foreign race In beauty our women surpass you On nil turf our horses sot tho pace Our prisons may hold convicts But why Mr Lamptone fling When the world knows the disgrace Of his Wall Street and Sing Sing For ovary crime In Old Kentucky Heralded by pniKsrs oer the earth In New York there Is a dozen And If anything theyre worse tarn ytMl Shaw UB Mr Lampton In our cities dry or wet One Mieh college as Boroa whose sons nor see a cigarette If die people who condemn us Will only give us tlmo We will prow that Old Kentucky Will ever stand In line For the feudist now has vanished With him whiskey soon must go- 1Mr Kentuckys sons aro wakened Anti are armed too strike tho foe Nathan F Ambrose Wedding at Richmond Richmond March 0Miss Man nle Adams of Richmond formerly of WnttM Station and Mr George lIen haw of Denver Colo stole a march on their many friends by gettinG mar ried last Wodaexlay afternoon at tho residence of tho Rov Hugh McClollan The gioom came to Richmond Tutfl day They loft for Denver on the oariy moraine train Thursday whoro they win make their future home The bride la a blondo very lovely In ways and dlaoaltlon She is tho beaaUrul daughter of Mr nnd Mrs J W Adams of Whites Station While Mr Heoelmw ti a resident of Denver Colo and is quito wealthy We consider Mr Hanshaw ono of thoi lucktort of all men in securing so attractive lovely and bewiUhlng a young Imftr for life wlfo With all good wiabee we extend our most boKrty 00 Aratuletone and wish Mr aad Mfr Ileaalmw aood luck pro pwty awl happiness Good Citizenship Chalk O Walk He who leis the welfare of his neighbor and the betterment of man kind at heart live not only for tho present but also for tho future and he who cadres to be a help and an uplift to leis fellow beings must at times forego personal pleasure anil self gratification He who lives only for self Is only al animalHe lives for others is a man yen a king Ho who only roads the dally papors lives for self graUflcatlon and in groat measure Ignores appeals from loss fortunate beings who ask only tho crumbs which the readers of tho dally newspaper throws awny It is the reader of the dally newspaper who moro than tho ono who is not that has no money to buy no time to road clean pure literature such as poetry history and biography etc It Is tho reader of time dally and other trashy stuff who is more concerned in building up business than build- Ing up a noblo mind and upright char actor It Is Uio reader of tho dally who Is more concerned In driving a shrewd bargain than In relieving the distress of the poor and needy It is the reader of the dally who Is on tho top wave of societys restless ocean If a reader of a dally only ho sinks beneath societys treacherous wave unhonored and unsung Truths are eternal and any truUis the dally may put forth will bo truths In the ages yet to come forevermore Yet It is the truth and tho wholesome reading that time majority of readers of tho dally pass by with scarcely a glance Tho anxious seeker for truth good citizen who strives to bone it all mankind Is not disturbed by a delay of tho malls Is not worried by flurries In stocks and bonds but applies himself with a steady purpose to turn even failures Into suc cess And what Is success We chal lenge any ono to glvo a better ans so a war than those words of Sarah 13 I HowardTo steadfastly with an up ward aim To conquer wisely trials mot With little use for aigor or for blame The highest good from lifo to got To gather wealth not for its sako alono nut for tho good It helps to do To strike ouch morn a richer mental tone And onward press with couragO new To hold in other hearts a sacred place To gladly helping hands extend To grow In spirit beauty spirit grace As thru this busy world wo wend To win the power to lead to cheer to blocs Our brother man this constitutes success I Five Day Offer The National Prohibitionist will be given ono year to each of tho first rive persons sending mo a list of seven consecutive composite numbers and 1 cash for thtrtythrco consecu tive composite numbers 8 9 10 aro three consecuUvo numbers- J M Jackson Borca Ky Signatures to Local Option Peti tion to be Published Dear Mr Editor Tile quorfllon Is often asked Will there be an effort made in Richmond to hold an election to vote saloons back bore 1 reply to all that I do not know but that If such a petition Is circulated or It it is being circul ated on the quiet all friends of law order sobriety and prosperity should Imply refuse to sign it By so doing the potlUoc will havo to depend upon the element who actually want saloons rdoponed here and the pub lit can then know exactly who they UfO It Is my Intention to publish the names of all those who sign a peti tion for another local option olecUon end scatter them broadcast over the arty and oounty that the whole of our 30000 ptoplo may know oxactly who favor tho election I shall give the mans name his color hale bust lisle tho taxes ho paS or dont pay and the police court record of such M have ono Thus we can determine whether tho saloons havo Uio back ing of the beet or worst element of our peoplo I expect some good pee plo to yield to the Importuntlos of the wets to sign the petition for personal or other specious reasons Tho effect will be the same And I shall cer tainly print all sushi narnos having given notice in advnnoe I have tho testimony of twentyfive of tho load Injf merchants bankers and profess cityhuway without saloons and I have the rigiMture of hundreds of farm ere and their wives from the follow liiK locallUes protesting against eal OOB here Union City Red house ftutown Xewby College Hill Waco Speedwell Valley VIoW Berea ate end these latter use this language payIthe Jolla and Courta that punish our own sons for crimes which orlgjnato ed In tho saloon evils of Richmond and thus pay In money lives and char acter a terrible price which np am ount of saloon license can over re turn i As patrons of your schools your merchants and your banks and sup- Porters of your officeholders and office soekom wo must declare that i we will not under any circumstances lend our suffrage and support to a man who opposos us in this matter of vital concern I submit to the good people of Richmond whether It Is whether It would pay to saloons by signing the oncourngeI though you Intend to them on election day The only safe- way is to keep your name off tho petition Let thoro only who want saloons back bo responsible for another election and lot the pooplo know who they are Respectfully C E Woods ExMayor COMMISSIONERS SALE J W Herndon otc Plantlffs vs Lucy Kimball Defendant Under and by virtue of a decree of tho Madison Circuit Court rendered at the Feb term 1910 In tho above action tho undersigned Master Com missioner of said Court will soil at public auction to tho highest and boat bidder on the premises in tho city of heron Kentucky at about the hour 12 oclock M on April 20th 1910 following described property or so much thereof as will satisfy plan tiffs debt and Interest amounting to 15150 and the cost of this auction Beginning at P B Louis S W corner supposed to be In Martin Clays line thence with P U Louis lino E 210 foot to a stone thence S 92 feet to a stone thence W 210 feet to a stone supposed to be In the Martin Clay line thence N 92 toot to the beginning Said property will be sold on a credit of six months the purchaser being required to execute bond with good security thereon payablo to the Commissioner and bearing C per cent Interact from date until paid to have the full force and effect of the judgment and a lain reserved on the property until all the purchase money I ID paid H C Rico I M C M C C NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued ft Jin First Page Monday night Ills death removes one of the oldest and most respected members of the mightiest tribunal In time country It Is possible that It will bo necessary for tho court to give now hearings on several important cases which are pending before It 300 BURN AT DANCEA tire In the ball room of an Hungarian village Sunday night caused a panic which resulted In the death of thrco hun dred people Tho doors wore soon Jam med full and those Inside died help lesslyWARSHIP EXPLOSION An explosion of a threeInch gun on tho cruiser Charleston near Manila P I while at target practice Saturday caus ed tho breech block to fly out and killed eight men wounding several others The cause of tho accident Is not known No Wonder She ShOUI1dersdinner on the seashore The peopl- are beginning to look at you Youd wigwag yours too she an swered If limo mosquitoes wore eat- Ing your ankles while you were eating tho clams and tho only way you had to scratch them was with time toes of your pumps Ohl with a softened wan why didnt I think to wear rubber boots instead of those pumps Origin of the Loving Cup Our modern loving cup doubtless 1 derived from the cup used In a queer custom which had Its birth amidst thoIgallantry of the middle ages guests wore placed two and two man and woman together and they drank from the same cup and ato from tbei oatlnja the same goblet served for all Saint Beilandas daughter washed liar fa itIonwhich so exasperated the saint that he disinherited his daughter Nation al Food Magazine Case of Cordial Hatred depotIremarkedIyou would not smoke here Mum ho said If ye wuz a ladyII yed sit farther away IIretty soon time woman burst ou J again If you wore my husband Id give you poison Woll mum returned the Irish man us he puffed away at his pipe Jlf you wuz me wife Id take It i Kansas City Independent From England to Canada In tho last ten yoars 325000 persons havo emigrated from England to the forms of Canada WASHINGTONIrage Some of the things they hear arc not pleasant either Those that voted against Cannon are the ones who aro happy tho others are finding that their vote for Cannon has offset the popularity they would otherwise have won by their vote In favor of tho now Rules Committee They are be- Ing cussed out pretty well by tho thoIget his share of the hot shot It Is even repotted that arrangements are bolng made for a now Speaker and that the man has already been selected This reported selection Is Asher C Hinds who Is not a member of Congress at all Under tho Constitution any one Is eligible and Hinds Is the best known authority of ParUmen tar law In this country Ho Is now employed helping tho Speaker decide what rulings to give and ho has been at that job so long that he has prac tically no partisan affiliations It is believed that he would make an able and just Speaker and would confine his activities to his proper Job of presiding and let Congress decide for Itself what bills It wanted to pass The most striking feature of tho present week has been the fact that the Regulars seem entirely unable to understand tho size of the storm which Is rising against them Thero Is a kind of political fog that gets into the brain hero In Washington and a number of Congressmen and politi cians who have boon hero for years have got It badly They do not understand at all what Is going on and they keep thinking that the storm will soon blow over For Instance they thought that tho change In the rules settled tho fight It seems like ly that they will never know what has hit themIt has caught them on J their blind side and most of them will go down to defeat from It soonier or later One of them got caught this week A Massachusetts Congressman died and a special election was called to fill the vacancy Thoro arc ordinari ly about thirty thousand votes cast In the district and a your and a halt ago time Republican got a majority of 44000 and a little over This time tho Democrat who made his camIpalgn on tho tariff Issue was elected by a majority of over 5000 A change of nearly twelve thousand votes out of thirty shows that tho tariff is j somewhat unpopular even In tho state which was oxpected to appreciate It most But the Regulars are still feel ing safe they think the party maytlose but they do not understand that tho fight Is against them personally Another blow at the oldtimers has t been hit by Tho Chicago Tribune which Is so careful and successful In finding out public opinion It has taken another pool of editors this tlmo going East The results show that over two thirds of the editors of Republican papers In the East which was supposed to benefit chiefly by the Aldrich tariff are againstfIt and that almost all of are against Cannon This completes the Tribune poll of the country except tho South and shows that of all the Republican editors In tho country nearly three fourths are against both Cannon and the tariff law Tho edl toms may fairly be taken to know what their constituents thinkto bo In thereforeethe Indications aro pretty strong sabot the C d A crowd However the latter do not seem to bo as much worried by this as they were by the flat Indications In that direction It looks like their hides wore getting tougher Thera Is a growing fear hero that It will take tho sting of a de teat to teach them anything Tho prosecution In tho Balllnger Icase Is about over The prosecutors asked that Mr Ualllnger be asked to taVe the stand but tho Committee refused to call him lIe will get its chance next week An accident of general Interest this week was that In which Gen J Franklin Dell Chief of Staff otf the U S Army and a Kentucky boy was nearly killed His auto was struck by a street car Mrs Herbert J Slocum another passenger of the auto was Instantly killed Gen nail will recover Of great Importance to prohibition forces thruout the country Is the de clslon of Pros Taft to do what ho can to stop the bootlegging and blind tigering In dry territory It Is uncertain Just what power the Federal government has In the matter but 1tbwill probably publish lists of all Fed oral licenses taken out so that the local authorities will have all tho Information they need to make convictions It Is understood that the President Is much Interested In his plans In this matter IwaLa DOUGLAS 350 400S5OO SHOES Best in the Worl- dUNION MADEBoys I Shoos 200 and 4 250Fast Color Eyeltti Urea W L Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent 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resolution helps a little t though It may not last until it reaches n the place named on the ticket England and Germany may build their dreadnoughts but the United States has a corner on the Missouri mule The trouble with those big deer the hunters shot Is that they might have A bees so much bigger if they had got awayUnfortunatelyalthe poets are snowed In soithat they have nothing to do but write poems on The Dtou- tlful Snow r Queen Alexandra retains her beaut7 by simple living and by keeping hw t temper Queens do not have to worry about cooks however Now that flying is practical and the north pole has been discovered the only thing left for the next year apt pears to be perpetual motion As coon as the echo of the New Years horns has died away on the chilly air it will bo time to begin agl tating for tho sane fourth A Connecticut town has a woman steeplejack Woman is literally equal Ing man on every point but this la tho highest point of equality on rec ord No matter what may happen to tho heating plant It Is always possible to bo happy In the thoughts that you dont live In the naturalgas belt with the gas pipes frozen A Baltimore judge has decided that you can hit a waiter if he spills soup on you But bow about it when ho doesnt bring your cup of coffee till your meat is stone cold The papers tell us that bank depos its are so general that there is 237 in banks for each of us Tell it not among the hoboes or therell be a run on every bank in the country The trouble with tho modern wom an appears to be that the moment she marries she takes up a study in psy chology Instead of thinking about the washing and tho baking and tho rear fag of children When a mans wife has gono to the trouble of getting his favorite cigar from the druggist a man ic a thorough grouch if be complains at the bill when it comes In later Did be expect the lady to make tho cigars A 15yearold boy was arrested in New York for speeding in an autoino ble at tho rate of 30 miles an hour It developed that the boy had a chant feurs license and that the car wan his own Tho modern speed Juggernaut is bad enough but It is no won der that tho citizens of tho metropolis are calling on the law for protection to their lives when this Juggernaut- S allowed to bo set In motion by chit dren It is gratifying to learn from the forestry authorities at Washington that cutting Christmas trees Is not a menaco to the timber lands It is ex plalned that though 4000000 of these trees are used every year In the United States they represent a growth that is not material to tho well being of the forests In fact it Is said the thinning out thus assured may bo beneficial to too remaining timber So- B beautiful custom may continuo to bo Indulged In without any conscientious Ecrvplcs Moving pictures taken to show the meeting between Prince Ho and the Russian minister reveal every detail of tho tragedy of his assassination and will bo used In the trial of tho assassin This striking departure in placenwest opens up a new field In the con duct of tho courts Already they are crowded by the seekers after sensa tional life dramas They will enter Into serious competition with the theaters as free movlngplcturo shows r yI Kg9L s r LEGISLATORS IN FUSS OVER NAVY Are Finding It Hard to Agree Up on Strength Which Should Be Maintained LIVELY FIGHT IS CERTAIN Opposition to More Battleships Has Developed strengthHow Voters Influence Their Congressmen The Open Door Question- In Manchuria Washington Within the last few days strong opposition has developed to tho plan to add two great dread naushts to tho navy during the com- Ing year President Taft has urged the members of the house committee on naval affairs not to withdraw from its position in defense of the program which provides for tho two big ships but the chairman of the committee on appropriations and some other power ful Republicans aided by some of the leaders of the Democracy are determined to fight the appropriation for the battleships until the end It id probable that tho recent talk of the possibility of hostilities with the far eastern nation will be used to defend the cause of those who urge that no backward step be taken in the matter of naval construction until the opening of the Panama canal It has been virtually understood up to the present time that there would be no strong opposition to the two big ships but the opponents of the bill have developed remarkable strength recently and there promises to be a hardfought battle both In the house and senate on the naval Increase plan It by any chance tho men who are crying Economy should win their cause in the house the senate will be the scene of a great struggle for an at tempt will be made when the naval appropriation bill reaches the upper bouso to restore the twobattleship provisionPerkins Wants Ships Built Senator Perkins of California Is the chairman of the senate committee on naval affairs lie succeeded Senator Hale of Maine In tho chairmanship when tho Pine Tree state man was given the chairmanship of tho com mittee on appropriations made vacant by the death of Senator Allison of Iowa Mr Hale however has kept a membership In the naval committee and be Is still a very powerful factor in that hody It Is understood that Senator Per anIHale now as always Is opposed to the enlarged shipbuilding program The situation is curious Before the Californian Mr Perkins was chair man of the naval affairs committee he was a subordinate member of that body and as a rule bo followed the lead of the then chairman Mr halo Now things are reversed and the Call fornlan has experienced a change of heart a change due almost entirely it is Relieved to the position which one state has taken with reference to tho Japanese question Hobson for Big Navy In the house Representative Hob whoIby congres at the present session It Is possible that Mr Hobson takes this stand In order that the house may come to the belief that If a former na val officer says four ships are neces sary that It may be willing to compromise on two This was the course President Roosevelt took at one time lie urged four battleships and con gress cut his recommendation In half and gave him two When the presi dent was given the two he chuckled because ho had asked for four believing that It was the only way In which be could get what ho wanted A good many of tho members of congress are willing that enough battleships shall be added to make It cer thin that this country will keep Its relative position of naval strength They do not want Germany France and Japan to overtop us in sea force Voters Influence Congressmen Congress is beginning to foci for tho first time this winter the power of petition It Is to be doubted If the country realizes the effect which let ter writing has on legislation The Influx of thousands of letters from constituents has a far greater Influ once as history has proved In secur ing legislation than has the private lobbying of representatives either of the people or of the Interests The Interstate commerco amend ments are before congress and as a consequence of tho wldo publicity which has been given tho opposition to some of the features of tho bill senators and members are beginning to hear from the country It Is only right to say however that many atI the letters perhaps nearly half of them urge that tho administration side of the matter Is wholly worthy of consideration The fact that the country In particular seems to be aroused to time possibility that some of the provisions of the bill will not meet the ends Intended means that there will be no rushing of the measure through without full and ample discussion by the representatives of tho opposition and of those who think that the measure Is all that It should beThere are some striking Instances 1 I = w-T Iof the uses of letter writing Tht pure food bill which Is now on the statute books was bore congress for a good many years before Its final passage It has been said time and time again that tho bill never would have gone through If tho people of the country had not made its case their own and so making It had taken pen In hand to address senators and representatives on tho subject Letters Killed the Canteen The canteen was written out of tho army and tho writing was done al most altogether by womeu Congress was fairly overwhelmed wit petitions against tho continued authorization of the soldiers club at the army posts Congress did not want to vote the canteen out of tho army but It did It because woman who always Is a power demanded It It Is nothing but the truth to say that congress would like to restore the canteen to the army posts but as long as woman stands sentinel at the gate of the garrison tho canteen will not bo nl lowed to pass the sentry post and gain entrance When an attempt was made to abol ish the biological survey of the department of agriculture letter writingI and telegraphing by tho sportsmen and the bird protectors of the country saved the survey from an nihilation A member of congress who happened to bo in a position of power found out that Theodore Roose velt was much interested in the wofk of the biological survey and because he hated Roosevelt ho used his power to cut out the appropriation for the continuance of tho scientists work The people got wind of It and the let ters and telegrams began to come in Tho appropriation was restored and the following year It was Increased a good many thousands of dollars Demand for Open Door Acting with the full consent of the administration Philander Chase Knox secretary of state Is completing a plan for a now diplomatic campaign in support of this governments claim to be properly considered by Japan and tho European governments In con nection with trade In Manchuria The secretary Is folly determined appar ently to get recognition for a recent concession which was given to Amerl can and English capitalists for the construction of what Is called the Chin Chow railroad Mr Knox real izes that he has a hard task In hand President Taft It is said Is giving a fullhearted support to the efforts of the secretary of state It recently has been brought home to tho admin Istratlon by a combination of circum stances that if this country shall submit without forcible protest to tho plan to bar It from participation In Manchurias development It will be a long while before Americans can find an open door lu the east It is understood that the state department desires the people of this country should fully realise what the situation is It Is a matter of quiet complaint In American diplomatic clr cles that except in some mercantile quarters tho people of the United States have not been keenly alive to the seriousness of the eastern situa Ion To put it In a brief form the secretary of state wants the Amen can people to get back of him In what ho Is trying to do It seem likely that ho would make a direct ap peal for the countrys sanction for his endeavors In the east If tho appeal could bo made strongly without giving out information which for awhile at least tho diplomats believe should bo kept secret Little Danger of War Nobody In Washington thinks that there is any particular danger of a war with Japan Tho Washington be lief holds even In the taco of the state ments that have been made in many quarters recently that the Japanese situation is getting crucial The United States probably was much nearer a war with Japan during the last few months of the Roosevelt ad ministration than is the caso now Then It will bo remembered the peo pIe of California had trouble over the Japanese question lu connection with school matters and a cry was raised on the coast against Japanese Imml gration Twice Rebuffed Already Tho feeling Is that Japan England Russia and Franco Intentionally have shut the United States out from par ticipation In the work of railroad con struction In the far east and that by doing this they have In a largo meas uro set a black mark against an open door policy Two rebuffs already have been given the American secretary ot state by Japan and the European nations most Interested In Manchuria The secretary wanted tho powers to join the United States In a plan for the neutralization of the territory under discussion Japan and Russia prompt ly rejected the American proposal- It was not until after this the suggestion was made by the American secretary that British and American capital should be backed In a proj ect to construct a railroad across Manchuria Japan and Russia objected again and England receded from its first amrmatlvo position Tho state department seems to be waiting for the American people to show evidences that they are willing tho aggressive policy should bo under taken Tho government apparently does not have any thought that there Is danger of war but it wants to have what It thinks Is justice As official Washington views it tho United States virtually has been kicked out of tho Orient There are likely to be some sharp exchanges before this country can get what it wants GEORGE CLINTON An automobile gait on a whcolbar row salary means ditching at the turn I ot the road r 1Lac THATCHER WILl BE GOVERNOR OF THE PANAMA CANAL ZONE SUCCEEDING JOE DLACK BURN RESIGNED LONGS REAPPOINTMENT TIPPED As Marshal for Western District ol Kentucky Senator Bradles In dorsement Said to Have Carried WeightiVnshhugtonTwo Important nil pointments one of them particularly desirable will bo handed out to Ken Lucky One Is the governorship of tho Pan ama canal zone which BOOS to II M Thatcher who has been an aspirant for the United States district nttor ueyshlii nt louI 1111 e Tho other Is the United State msrehatehlp for the Western district of Kentucky and this goes to George W Lang tho incum bent Thatcher la to reculvo the guy ernorship of tho canal zone in lion of the district nUorneyshlp now hold by George Dultellp He was urged strong ly for this otllce by Senator nral1o1but when tho president would have to recognize the claim orI other men the pUro at tho Isthmus svp suggested and it WH taken under consideration by Mr Taft This was six or eight weeks ago and since then the president has undo up Ills mind to make the appointments Thatcher will succeed to the jmsl lien relinquished early In tho winter by former Senator Joseph C S Blackburn of Kentucky The notary hits been 14000 but a bill In now pend Ins in congress to reduce It by 2000 or 4000 But tho stipend thou would bo at least twice as much as the salary of the district attorney which Is T5000 CITY FATHERS HELD CAUCUS Weekly to Pick Out Victims and Di vide theSwagCouncilmenMay rittslmrg Pa Uneaslnou was shown In Plttsburg on all sides III anticipation of develoieuta In the graft cases when directors of the WK national banks which hold tho city Ie posits will be called before the courts and asked on tholr oaths to tell what they know about their banks baying the city deposits forv cash troll the city coundlmen The Iran Investigation uncovered the tart that for some years the Kraft Ing members of Plltsburg councils about 60 In number met weekly In the parlors of a ling downtown hotel and there behind closed doers tlJKotIINI what had been offered by certain firms for the itassage cf certain ordinances and what should bo barged etc Twenty of the present members it the uouncHe are under indictment In connection with the graft eaten It can be expected that some will pro test their Innocence but the majority are expected to hand in resignation quite us meekly as they confessed Gun Bursts on the Charleston Manila According to a report glitch reached here eight neon wore killed or wounded by the explosion of II gun on tho United Stated crnsor Charleston whoa tho ship was at tar get practice at re The OMiarloston Irf now on her way from Manila to Oloig po No details of the reported neriiUnt have been received tore TOBACCO MARKETS Ixwlsvllle March 2GTotal offer ings last week were 2311 hhdn Of this number 1053 hhds wore burley and 1238 hhds were dark Thin offerings of new burley wero small ami the quality poor- Cincinnati March 2GThe offer lags at the cigar lent sales were con fined to 17 cases of DimmerSpanish and 20 cases of Wisconsin The qual ity in each typo was generally poor with common fillers and stoglo stock forming the greater portion The Zlmmors ranged from 430 to 010 per 100 lbs and the Wliconslnn from 2 toG35 Tho very limited break afforded no feature of Interest TWO CROWDED CARS COLLIDE Kansas City MoEight persona wero Injured ono dangerously In u rear ond collision between two crowd ed street cars on the Swopo Parkway lino hero fine cars woro illlsd with hcoplo on tholr way to tub park The accident occurred at tho bottom of u long hill One car had just began mov ing again after malting a stop nt tho bottom of tho hill when a second cnr which was beyond tho control of Its motorman crashed into It Automobile Struck by Train Chicago IllMrs Kllzaboth Bur geie of LaGrange a West Side sub urb was Instantly killed and hor son inlaw Morton R Hill dangerously Injured whoa an automobile In which they were riding was struck by a train Another Mill Closed Glen Falls N Y The International Paper Co finds another mill ready to shut down At a muss mooting ot employes In tho millet at TIcomlerogn It was unanimously voted to wall out Between 170 and 20rt men yJH quit 1L y BUSINESS1MPRQVEOBy the Pact Week Still Some Dull Spots Now YorlR G Dun Cos week ly review of trado says Good weather stimulates a large ills tribution of merchandise and reports train tho leading trade centers and particularly those In the west and northwest speak of active markets in most linos Tho Iron and steel trade reports Increased business which Is especially noteworthy In finished materials This gain Is accompanied by a continued decline In prices for pig iron Time ten porcent revision in prices of bleached cottons begun by jobbers has extended to agents and a bettor volume of new business Is coming for ward This revision brings quotations to a basis of 9 cents for Fruit of the Loom line 3t4 coats for Ionsdales and IllllB Stocks are not cumbersome The export trade on cotton goods for far east shipment reached 25000 bales Curtailment of production In cotton worsted anti yarn mills Is being forced by tho unbalanced relations of IInlsh ed goods prices and tho maintained prices of raw materials Business in footwear shows some Improvement although contracts sent In by salesmen on tho road are not as large as expected In loather con ditions are moro satisfactory and trade Is Increasing and In some vane ties a slightly stronger tune Is mani Lost Tho hides market shows market strength with especial firmness in domestic stock New York IlradstreotB weekly re view says The weeks developments have been generally favorable Chief among those has been tho advuyt of warm spring weather which has stimulated retail trade at all markets allowed of expansion in tho building trades tho preparation of the ground In time north i for planting tho beginning ot seeding of grain and cotton at south and of oats and vegetables In the middle regions of the country In addition the tendency toward cur tailment In tho cotton goods trade Is progressing and thoro Is said to be 10 per cent of the country cotton spindles Idle with more curtailment expected many silk looms aro Idle and there aro some loather workers iMoel workers and paper mill hands will go on strike In wholesale trade features are the Alight Improvement in jobbing trade retorted as a result of the picking up of reorder business In spring goofs at the west the revision of blenched and brown cotton Roods leading to some Increase In business oat and west and tho signs of Improvement In for sign demand for cotton goods Induced by attractive prices Dry goods mil linery light shoes and spring wear generally show the host results of the warmer weather and tho advance of the season while agricultural Imple mont seals and fertilizers have nil told well Price uncertainties still tend to retard tho development of dis tant trade though a few markets send good reports as to early traits for fall Collections are Irregular and range from slow to fair Iluslnesfl failures In tho United States for tho week ending March 24 woro 231 against 20S last week 22C In the like week of 1909 2SG In 1M08 ICG in 1907 and 169 In 1906 Wheat Including flour exports from time United States and Canada for the week ending March 24 aggregate 1038587 bushels against 14281004 bushels last week and 2035715 bushels this week last year For the 38 weeks ending March 24 exports are 113525295 bushels against 144100 862 bushels In the corresponding pe riod last year Corn exports for the week aro 8S8G76 bushels against 1097243 bushels last week and 1153 7S4 bushels In 1909 For tho 38 weeks ending March 24 corn exports aro 21 649501 bushels against 23719810 last year Three Killed By Train Sellersvllie lalr and Mrs Alul Pistol and their son Charles wore instantly killed when a Philadelphia ti Reading railway train struck tho carriage in which they were riding GRAIN MARKET Cincinnati March 6PloulSpring patent 5GOa590 spring fancy 490a525 winter patent 5C5aG winter fancy 50i a 40 Rye flour pure 470a490 blonds 450a495 Wheat No 2 winter red fl18alSO No4 win ter red 10rCornNo 2 mixed 59itc No 2 yellow GOc No 2 white G2VaC Oats No 2 whlto 47 4al8c No 2 mixed 4G 4a47c lIayNo I timothy 19al925 No 1 clover mixed 17al750 No1 clover G50al7 Rye No 2 84n80 c Mill Feed Dran 2450a2550 mixed feed 2550a2G50 middlings 2Ga2750 LIVE STOCK MARKETS Cincinnati March 2GCntlleShip pers 17230825 extra 840 butcher steers extra 760a776 heifers extra 775a785 good to choice G25a 750 cows extra 6GOa675 cannora 275a4 bulls bologna 475a5G5 ex tra 575a585 Calves Kxtra 975a 10 fair to good 750a950 Hogs Good to ctiolco packers and butchers lll05all10 mixed packers 1085a 1105 common to choice heavy fat sown 8al050 extra 1060 pigs 110 Ibs and less 725al02S Sheep Kx tra SG75 good to choice G25aC F AGENT FOR RACE CULTURE Alcohol instead of fulminating Interior Stock Makes Moro Degenerates Than It Destroys It has boon assorted by some that al count In n beneficent agent for race culture lu that It Is constantly elim inating Inferior stocks Tho answer to this Is that as Dr Sullivan says In the ultimate result alcoholism maybe counted on to make a good many moro degenerates than It Is likely to destroy writes Dr C W Salosby an eminent English authority Wo must endeavor to understand as so many students of heredity some of theta by no moans undistinguished fall to un derstand what Is really meant by time doctrine of the non lrunsmissibillty of acquired characters This means for Instance that the chronic inflamma ian of tho lining membranes of the brain produced by alcohol cannot lie transmitted to n child It does not mete that tho germplasm tho racial elements of tho body are Incapable of suffering Injury by any poison circu lating III time blood by which they are nourished Still lessdoes It moan that tint expectant mother Is not poisoning her child when site pours alcohol Into thq blood whereby she nourishes It AH tins been already stated alcohol In beyond doubt capable of causing true racial degeneration whether through father or mother and In the case of the mother whether by Its influence upon the germ plastu or by 1U Influ once on the unborn child It Is no longer open to question that the amount of drinking by tho women of Great Ilritaln today Is greater unit ever heretofore and to soy by the wo men Is unfortunately to say by flue mothers present and prospective Ra cial poisoning Is being practised In Great Ilritaln today to an extent which in certainly unprecedented in our history This Is really by far the most serious aspect of the alcohol questlen It In also In some ways the most capable remedy and the burl peas of the eugenlst is to roues public opinion on this matter UrunkMHees on the jMirt of the woman of 00 may or may not Iw a private vlQs with which It Is not the duty of ptfbtte law to Interfere but drinking on tke pert of the factory girl who will Marry are I long and become a mother and will al most certainly continue the bawl lit quired before marriage hie concerns not herself afOReIIt mar be said ant not wlthoot Until as wo have already quoted that in a few generations alCOboi will extenala ate the alcoholic stock leaving tfce no poisoned In possession of time flshl It nay thus be questioned whether the race Is Injured In the long run lint IH any rue what moral being can tats template with extent the of thin ruin even If It be coapsrativlyIconfined and Untiled In titer to whet extent Is this proc+as to IM permitted What If It extends to onetenth or one foartk or onehalf of the productive stocks of time commu ally Will It not then Iw thought time to arrest It We have to remember tilt evidence famished by native racf which reminds us that milBctsnUy widespread the abuse of alcohol makes for racial extinction and Its abuse IK dally becoming more widespread amongst the young mothers of what are at present our fertile classes l alll6ble- drunke1llless they may rover exhibit but drunkenness might wholly cease from henceforth In Great Britain oral alcohol yet defeat the alms of racecul ture A woman may well bo sober enough and her unborn child Intoxi sated I leave these questions to the consideration of tho reader and not the least of him who calls himself a patriot or an IlIIperlnllstISaloonkeeper Must Pay Time Michigan supreme court has ruled that a wife IB entitled to heavy damages from a saloonkeeper who makes u drunkard of her husband Mrs Nettle Murnlane of Jackson brought suit for 10000 damages cnIhusband thereby musing her to loso lint bank account her home and time companionship of her husband The Marrlnanes lived at Grass Lake where ho was a telegraph op crater They owned a homo had n snug bank account and were general ly prosperous until tho man started drinking Mrs Marrlnauc sued got u COO verdict She appealed i tho supremo court and tho latter anlliclared limo verdict too small and tiered a now trial This resulted a verdict of 5925 Number of Saloons Closed It Is estimated that during 1909 sa loons have been closed throughout tho country at the rate of 40 per day that 41000000 of our people aro now liv ing In dry territory and that 70 percent of the area of tho whole coUnt try has forbidden tho license liquor traffic Alcohol Chills the Body Dr Yates of St llnrtliolonuiwa hos pital London is authority for the statement that when a person takeNtalcohol It brings tho blood to the Bur face nail produces a pleasant feeling of warmth but In reality the body becomes one degree colder m lJi iiilll THE FATAL EXCHANGEBy w P ilor of Fiflrsecond Avenue Con ir Austin ilL IoIIt rreVnr what hall It pront a man It ho hull Ruin the whole world und low lilt own uoulT ezcliatsgaftrFew words aro more familiar In tho business world than profit and loss Men go Into business for profit it is tho object of their thought of their 1611 They deal In tho good which they believe will produce profit and If any thing Is handled at a loss It Is for the sake of maintaining a market or for some future advantage Will it pay Is tho question over on the lips or What Is thoro In It for me Now one of tho striking character istics of Jesus Christ was that ho looked back of tho things that arc seen back of tho material to the un seen and spiritual Ho knew absolute ly tho right value of things Money had a value pleasure bad Its place food must bo considered to Its degree of necessity but these all wero secondary to tho soul The person using those things was of Infinite value Wo deal too much with the superficial wo aro taken up with the things that perish wo become In volved with tho lesser oven worthless things of life Jesus Christ never Ho was tho light of tho world and sorely did tho work of his day and ot our day need tho Illumination which be brings to the relations of life Vo I need to see as he saw If wo arc to bo saved from fatal mistakes So In this matter of profit and loss Christ i wlixod perfectly tho comparative value of tim soul anti tho things to which men gave their thought and their lives and It was out of his In finite wisdom that he uttered the warning conveyed In the question What shall It profit n man If he gain the whole world cad lose his own owir Men were making the fatal exchange every day whoa the question was aaket ted he who came to be their Saviour saw and felt am no one ole of earth ever did the tragedies of such Urea His question Implied tbat the soul of man has a greater value than the whole world of things The soul II the Immortal part of man We understand by it here the spirit which baa a body We are children of God with capacities for knowing him fellowalilpplug with hint growing In grace and knowledge nerving kill cauae rejoicing In heaven ly place There can be friendship with Chrlat here and forever coaipan kmalilp everlasting with all who love him 80 the spirit of man baa ca pRetty for degradation sugaring uee Isssmcss la separation from the Fa ther And man has free will and can ebooee the evil throw himself away In 40cata of worthless and destroying thins The low of the soul I n theme on which we naturally dread to dwell The awfulness of such a tragedy is beyond our powers to ex press lint Christ who II Infinite wll tow and tore solemnly warned nun of the danger of such a loss The sow II lost when It is away from its place with Christ like the i sheep that wandered away from thr hock It I lost when It U out ot service UMlrss doing no good In the world like the coin that rolled away The soul la lost when It II Indiffer eat to the Father and off In some far country of evil wasting its strength and Rood ness In shame soon with re more to be seeking for food with the wine like the prodigal son We do not have to look far for ex amples of the folly of men In exchang log their Mill for that which bring no profit but only Iou There was the rich young ruler who went away sorrowful from JOBUS when the Teacher showed him the way to eternal life as the way of love ot oth ers lie loved his money too much There was Judas who for a paltry handful of silver betrayed liii Lord e Dill it pay There was Pilate who preferred power and reputation nnd applause to pustlce Ho saved those things for a few slays and has been branded as infamous over since In the early history of the church Ana nUn and Sapphlra made the same sad exchange for money Paul write of one who had been his companion anti I hAd known the truth Damns hath forsaken me having loved this pnn ent world It ono Ruined the wholo world whatI would be the profit If the soul Inter ests wero forgotten God ignored A dozen men w81 are told control tho transportation facilities of the United Stntes Suppose it wero throe or one Unless the life Is Christs what shall It profit Envy hatred sick Ij neea death apart from the fear cud love ot God what Is tho profit Sh U JI a man exchange his soul for lust for fame liii health of body anti soul for things which nourish not the Immortal part lint Christ came to seek nnd to savotho lost Ho was tempted like as wo nro but never yielded Tho devil offered him the wholo world fame pleasure Christ sympathizes yearns over us We nil havo sinned but In him Is forgiveness nnd strength for tho new lIfo Tho fundamental work of Chrlstc church Is to preach and to witness to tho gospel of his grace to herald tho truth that by repentance and faith In him tbo soul onco exchanged for the lusts and prides and love of money can como back to tho Father and btf rentored to beauty and service v I J J 1T r WOMAN DEAD GENERAL HURT WIFE OF MAJ SLOCUM KILLED IN AUTO CRASH Cen Bell Chief of Staff U S A In- Jured When Car Hits His Machine Washington Mnj Gen J Franklin Hell chief of staff of tim army who was Injured In an antonio bile accident in which tho wife of Maj Slocum met death was said to be recovering as rapidly as could bo ex pected No internal Injuries of a seri ous nature had appeared A coroners jury will Inquire Into tho collision of trolley car and automobile and on deuvor to fix responsibility for Mrs Hlocums death Ion Hell suffered a broken rib and minor Injuries to his right elbow right hand and scalp Tho chauffeur was Scrgt Edward Ward of tho United States signal corps Motorman W J Spelnbaugh and Conductor II J NorrIs were held by tho police but wcro later released to appear when wanted Mrs Hlocum was thrown under tho sent of the automobile by tho force of the collision Her Injuries wore con cussion of tho brain and a fracture at the base of the brain Jon Iloll wits sitting with tho chauf tour and was thrown out The chauf feur was pinned for awhile under the machine which was practically demol ished Gen nell kept up heroically notwithstanding his Injuries hurrying with Mrs Slocum to tho nearest hos pital and thence to tho hospital at Fort tlyorAn official account of the distressing accident was Issued from the office of Gen nell The officials hold that the accident was not due to any negligence on the part of Gen Boll or his chauffeur A similar claim Is made by tho trolley company It bolng asserted that the car was going at the rato of only even tails an hour and that proper signals were given Int Slocum clime here n low days mo having ben preceded by a letter from hon husband to Gen Hell She was the guest of her sister Mrs Kato U Greene who resides it this Wyoming apartment house where Gun nell called for Mrs Slocum taj IL J Slocum husband of Mrs Slocnni now Inspector general dejtert ment of the east stationed at Cover nors Island N Y wee telegraphed for Immediately Gen Hell and Mnj Slocum were at the Military academy together and joined the same regiment the Seventh cavalry on graduation They and their wives have been lifelong Inti mate friends SOUTHERNER KILLS TWO MEN Stays Negro Porter and Conductor Wounds Others and Is Killed by Police Wilmington Del A tall south inner after some worth with a por ter on the Royal Ilue Limited train on the Baltimore Ohio railroad shot and killed Samuel Williams A negro pcrter as tho train was running near ly a mile a minute When O B Well man the conductor of the train ap peared the southerner turned his Automatic pistol upon him too The eon ductot fell shot through the left side near tile heart as the porter bad been The train ran tp Wilmington and a battle between the southerner and the police followed After two men had been wounded the police killed the southerner who from papers on his body Ii believed to have been J U Ilethen of Dillon S C Thirteen passengers besides Itethen were In the second car of the unIted They say Uethen boarded the train at Baltimore and appeared to have beuu drinking FAIRBANKS WELCOMED HOME Former Vicepresident and His Wife Are Given a Dig Reception at Indianapolis Indianapolis Ind All Indiana joined today In welcoming homo former Vicepresident Charles W Fairbanks and Mrs Fairbanks Tho distinguished couplo nrlved In tho afternoon from their roundtheworld trip nnd wore greeted by tho cheers of their friends and admirers from all parts of the state All the mayors of Indiana cities hid been Hiked to send representatives and most of them had complied Tho school- chIldren of this city also participated In the exercises Only two speeches were made the Addresses ot welcome by Gov Thomas It Marshall and the response by Mr Fairbanks More Oleo Sentences Chicago Edward Enders was sentenced to throo years In the federal penitentiary at Fort Leaven worth Kan and was fined 56000 and Henry Hlnn an employe of ICndors was sontencod to one year In the fed oral penitentiary and fined 2600 by Judge Lnndl In this United States district court The men wero charged with violating the law governing the manufncturo and sale or oleo Arthur Orr Gets Athens Post Washington President Taft Friday rent to tho senate the nomination of Arthur Orr of Evnnston 111 to bo secretary of location at Athens Rich ard G Marsh of Illinois was made soc rotary at Panama Car Wrecked Many Hurt Montgomery Ala A suburban trolley car was wrecked near Plckett Springs a suburb Friday and ton persons wore painfully Injured Mis creants had placed slugs of iron In a Bwltch I f LJ r Two of Kentuckys Representativesin Swagcr Sherloy Democrat of Louis yule was born In Louisville Jefferson County Ky November 28 1871 edu cated In the public schools graduating from the Ix usvllle Male High School June 1889 B A studied law at the University of Virginia und graduated June 1801 U L was admitted to the Iirnctlco of law September 1891 at the Louisville bar has practiced eon SWAGER SHERLEY Congressman from Fifth District of Kentucky tlnuously In State nod Federal courts since admitted to the bar of the Su preme Court of the United SUtoe 1898 never beforo held public office was married to Mls Million Crltton of Staten Island New York April 21 1906 was elected to the Fiftyeighth Fiftyninth and Sixtieth Congresses end reelected to the Sixtyfirst Con gross receiving 27953 votes to 25513 for 11 C Klnkead llepubHcan and 658 for Chas Dobbs Sorfultat Joseph lAlayotte Rhlnock Demo crat of Corington was born at Owen lon Owen County Ky January t IS83 he served in the City Council of Covlngtcn and was twice elected Chief Fxecutivo of that city serving so Mayor trout 1S93 to 1900 WM tho organiser and first President of tho JriTerson Democratic Club of Coving ton When a Carnegie Library was proposed fcr the city Mr Rhlnock took JOSEPH L RHINOCK Congressman from Sixth District of Kentucky the matter in cjaifte and it was through hU efforts that the present handsome 100000 edifice was se cured Mr Rhlnock was President of the lubllc Ubrary Board in Covlngton for many years lie Is married and has a wits and four children Ho was elected to the Fiftyninth and Sixtieth Congresses and reelected to tho Sixtyfirst ConsroM receiving 23915 votas to 18057 for John D Inglis He tuMlcan 10 ten II McGregor PUll list and 251 for John Thobo Prohi bitionist Welfare of the Laborer Fifteen years of active interest In looking after the welfare of tho labor lug classes have equipped Miss Ger trude hooks the secretary of the wel fare department of the National Civic federation to make unique and ex tensive Investigations Into tho conditions under which all sorts of labor Is accomplished She bos tuiveled e- xtnlhel and has vlsltad hundreds of factories and plant Ono of tho most Important tours of Investigation con reeled with her work was a trip to Panama under the direction of Wil liam Taft It was here that Miss Beeks became acquainted with a young woman whom she was Instru mental in later starting In a new field of work In the south Inconsistent A man will stand and lectuco his wile by the halt hour on what slits ought not to buy but It she asks him to go shopping with her ho will run like n jack rabbit riot Strictly Orthodox Young David Insisted on trying his primitive weapon on the slant Goliath At length tim generals consented Youth will have its fling Uioy re marked resignedly Boston Tran script Dont Fill Lighted Lamp jiont fill an oil or other kind ot stovo or lamp whoa it is lighted This seems superfluous advice hut tho cas ualties constantly recorded as a result of this procedure indicate that a re minder Is not out of place F s I j DIE IN FLAMES EMPLOYES OF FISH FURNITURE COMPANY ARE CAUGHT IIN BLAZE CARELESS BOY CAUSES FIRE Ignites Benzine While Filling Cigar LighterSeveral Persons Arc Miss IngTen Bodies Recovered Woman Jumps to Her Death Chicago Firo Friday wrecked tho nixstory building of tho L Fish Furni Lure Company at tho corner of Wabash avenue and Nineteenth street and 12 persons at least and may bo 18 died in the flames Ethel Llchtcnstoln a stcnograaphcr plunged to her death from a slxth story window ten bodies have been taken tram the ruins and a number of employes aro missing and it is feared are dead It was a fire of remarkable fierce ness marked by unusual horror and remarkable escapes The fire department was bitterly criticised for slow ness In responding to tho first alarm tryling caged by flames on tho sixth floor Those charges were denied by Chief Horan who pointed out that the build lag had no fire escape in front and only ono in tho rear The financial loss is put at 200000 There were forty or fifty employes In the building when a report of an explosion was heard followed almost instantly by a puff of smoke and some onos wild cry of Fire In tho general offices and mailing department on the sixth floor were 20 men and women preparing for the days work At the first alarm some rushed for tho stairways while others delayed to lock up the office books This delay It is believed caused the doath of a number Hoforo tho first firemen could run up ladders to the upper floors Miss Llchtonsteln appeared at tho sixth story window facing in Wabash awe flue She climbed out on the window sill while firemen shouted not to jump and women In the crowd of spectators shrieked In horror The girl hesitated a moment there was a burst of smoke from Jiolow her and then she jumped to her death What befell those who are now listed as missing In tho few mlndtes of horror after the alarm reached them may never be known The ono or two who did escape from the sixth floor were saved by remarkable good luck and tho presence of mind of em ployes on the first floor of the build- Ing These employes threw n scoro or more of mattresses Into the alloy and a man and boy who jumped and alighted upon those escaped not only alive but practically unhurt Leo Stoockel who was taken Into custody after the conflagration ad mitted to the police that it was ho who started tho fire Stoeckol appeared heartbroken and told his story with difficulty I was employed as a clerk In the office Stoeckel said Mr Mitchell gave mo three cigar lighters and told mo to go to the finishing room on the fourth Iloor and fill them with ben sine 1 did so I used a fivegallon can of the oil I had filled two of the lighters and was working on the third when there was an explosion A sliest of flames almost blinded me and I remember only dimly what hap penod after that I did not regain my Rouses fully until I reached the street ETNA ERUPTION INCREASES Fifteen Craters Are Sending Forth Huge Streams of LavaVu lages Are Ruined Rome Tho eruption of Mount Etna Is Increasing In viqionco hourly Fit teen now craters opening laterally are sending forth bluo and gold flames burning cinders and melted lava accompanied by terrific earth quake shocks and violent explosions- A black and scarlet stream of lava 2000 foot wide and seven miles long Is flowing down the mountain side at the rate of 22 yards an hour doing enormous damage NicolosI a small but prosperous town two hours climb from Catania appears to bo doomed Borollo and Belpasso their suburbs are entirely deserted the Inhabitants and the shepherds streaming down to Catania Xo loss of life has been reported as yet but the property damage Is 1m mount Entire villages aro rulnud financially Indict ThlrtyOne for Grafting Plttburg Pa Thirtyone former and present members of the city coun cils of this city wore Indicted by the grand jury Friday Three Indictments were ordered reported against William Brand Charles Stewart and Hugh Ferguson all former members of council and all of whom already have been Indicted Falls Five Stories Unhurt Now York Mary Davis a 13year old girl Is In good health nnd cheer ful spirits despite tho fact that sho fell backward Thursday from a fire oscapo five stories up In Harlem and landed plump In a basket full Of wet clothes In tho back yard below Invalid Kills Wife In Mlssourll Springfield Mo Declaring that his wife must dlo before ho died Zach Ward an Invalid 36 years old drew a pistol and shot and killed her at their home near here Thursday hrJ = n KentuckyG1eaninsMost l I All Parts of tho State 4 rNIGHT RIDERS INDICTED Charged with Being Implicated In Hopklnsvillo Raid Hopklnsvllle Ky Indictments charging Dr D A Amos J D Ma lone Guy Dunning Newton Nichols John Robinson and Irvin Glass with Implication In tho night rider raid in this city on the morning of Dec 7 1907 were returned All of tho par tics named live in Trigg Caldwell and Lyon counties Three separate charges are lodged against the ae fendants all six of whom are named In each indictment Under the law it Is an offense to confederate and con cplro tether for the purpose of go- Ing forth to molest and destroy prop erty and one of tho indictments is of this nature The other two charges are based on the actual destruction of the warehouses of John C Latham deceased New York bankor and tho warehouse of W T Tandy Tho grand jury is still in session and more indictments are to follow It is said that members of tho night rider organization have turned statos evi dence and that they have told details of tho plans under which the night riders were organized how governed and how they operated in tho sensa tional raids The raid on this city was tho climax of tho troubles and was followed Immediately by tho put ting of soldiers on duty throughout the infested regions FATAL TRAIN WRECK Four Lives Lost and Damage to Property 150000 Richmond KyTho bodies of En gineer Sanford of Paris and Fireman Goo Dcvoro of this city who were lost in a headon collision betwosn freight trains Nos 76 and oxtra 913 on the L Is railroad near Whites Station were taken from tho wreck ago Tho bodies had boon mashed and cut almost beyond recognition James ORourke of Paris fireman who was removed to a hospital hav ing boon scalded from head to feet died making the total dead four as Russell Sloan of Paris a fireman is dead Olllo Pike of Paris a brake man may die Young Hays night operator at Berca whose failure to execute a message to hold ono of the trains caused tho accident is almost a nervous wreck After letting the train out and discovering his mistake ho resorted to every effort to get Into communication x wlth some farmer along tho lino by telephone In hopes of having the trains flagged The property loss is estimated at f150000 AUDITOR JAMES Refuses To Pay For Jefferson County Assessment Until Work Is Done Frankfort KyUpon tho advice of Atty Gen Breathltt Auditor James refused to pay to Edward A Barry assessor of Jefferson county any part of tho salary provided by a recent act of the legislature under whloh Barry is to be pad 1500 a month for him and his associates in their work of making tho assessment Ho would be paid 9000 by August AudHor James says before ho began hIs real work of assessment The auditor says that ho knew of no law or provision of the constitution that provided for tho payment of a salary or part of a salary until tho work was done COUNCIL PASSES RIPPER BILL Louisville Ky Depriving City At torney Blakey of tho power of ap pointing all his assistants save two vested in him by existing ordinances and transferring this power ot ap pointment to tho mayor a ripper bill was passed by the lower board of tho city council Tho ordinance gives tho mayor with tho approval of the board of aldermen power to removo present incumbents at will and appoint a mayors counsel a tax attorney a title attorney a law accountant and three stenographers to take the place of the city attor neys bookkeeper and three stenog raphers This measure virtually accomplishes tho objects sought In the ripper bill which failed to pass over the govern ors vote in the senate at Frankfort Louisville KyMrs Margaret Wlckllffo Bcckham wife of Attorney J C Bcckham died of uremia at lion home in Shelbyvlllo Sho was a daughter of Ilobort C Wlckllffe for mer governor of Louisiana a grand daughter of Charles A Wlckllffe for mer governor of Kentucky and post master general In President Tylers cabinet and an aunt of J C W Beck ham former governor of Kentucky Lexington Ky When the roM of Captain J R Sains charged wIth hav- Ing shot at Mrs Florence Combs in her tpartmonU was called in police court City Attorney Mulr communicated to Judge Soutbgate a request from Commonwealths Attorney Allen that there be no prosecution Judge Sotithgate without argument entered an order dteralislng tho case and at tho same time ordered that this attach month that had been issued tor Mrs Combs and other witness no also dismissed = =rr 1 CONTINUES TO WIELD AX I Governor WHlson Vetoes Two MOrsIMeasures Frankfort yThe goernorsIlatest vote was on the bill ing 5000 for tim Jefferson Davis homestead Ho says ho asked for ex I emption of taxes on tho Lincoln homo and the legislature did not grant it To sgn tbo bill ho says would be din criminationTho ax was also wielded on the bank examiner bill claiming that it would put the banks In polltlcgiand draw the official branch of tho I government into affairs of the execu tive branch- It seems Impossible for Gov Will sQn to write a veto message that there is not something in it about the effort J on the part of the legislature to en I crouch upon tho rights of tho tive branch or the government of tho very Important bills this session were killed by Gov Twotson for that reason But there Is a still more bill that is before Gor VIII son It la i tho bill providing for the interest f bearing warrants Treasurer Farley Is for the bill and Auditor James Is against it I It will be but a short time now until I tho state board of equalization hands out somo of its tentative raises It has been the policy of the board all the way through to ralso the assess month higher than a kite The Increases have been all the way from 20 to 35 per cent and if tho increases stick there will be so much money In tho treasury that tho treasurer not know what to do with It wfllICOUNTY UNIT WILL BE AN ISSUE 1 Practically Certain that Question willICome Before Next Legislature Louisville KyOppononts of tho county unit bill termed during tho recent session of the general assembly as The Old Man of tho Soa Father Time and other similar names aro wearing a smile of satisfaction As usual the old man of tho sea was put to death after a terrific battle in both houses Ho fought bard but was finally given tho count Tho Oil ponents of the measure declare that I tho sentiment for the bill is losing force and that by the tlmo the next general assembly meets that thoreiwill be oven a stronger opposition to tho measure than there was at this session On tho other hand the rep resentatives ot the temperance clement ore already making the claim that at tho next session of the legis latur tho county unit bill will surely pass noprosontatlvo G C Waggoner who was tho author of several torn perance bills including the statewide prohibition measure introduced at tho last session of tbo assembly wants to go back to the legislature so it is said to continue his tight for temperance legislation It Is elalmdcIjthat the temperance forces friends of Representative Waggoner i want him to become a candidate folIthe state senate I At tiny rate It la practically cortaJntthat there will bo men In legislature who will favor the extort slon of the present county unit bill and until tho next legislature con venes the question as to whether the temperance sentiment is gaining force or Is waning in strength will be a matter of much speculation Lexington Ky Sculptor Mulligan of Chicago has tho statue of HcnryClay comllletedItako the place of tho bead at tho summit of the monument of the groat Commoner In Lexington ceme tery and plans are in tho making for formal dedicatory exercises on April 12 the anniversary of tho birth ofiHenry Clay- Ilopkinsvihlo KyGiiy Dunning G N NIchols and John Robinson throo j of the six persons indicted by tho grand jury on tho charge of complicity in tho night rldor raid hero Doc 6Ii1907 wore presented in circuit court by Sheriff Hammond of Trigs county 1 who had arrested the men on bench warrants They wero released onibond of 3000 each Lexington KyTho Army nnd Navy Journal brought to tho numerous friends anti relatives in Kentucky of t Capt Lucien Young of the United States navy tho first official inform tion of his promotion to rear admiral f Adm Young as ho bocamo on March 17 is a native Kentuckian and was I appointed to tho Naval Academy by former Cow Proctor Knott when tho latter was a congressman Louisville Kyfles Charles Mock ridge 36 rector of All Saints Pro I tostant Episcopal church at Dorches t tor Mass died In Louisville of cancer I Dr Mockridgo was married only three weeks ago to Miss Louise Tyler I of Louisville Jackson KyNed Strong a nogro is under arrest for improper conduct in tho presence of two small wblttJgirls Public feeling is high especial ly as Strong Is alleged to have at tacked tho stater of A business man last week If J f I r a w II he N Ned f4 IN W Al at Ck GuQit v East Kentucky Correspondence j News You Get Nowhere Else j- kI t i i o cMitifioiuiMKt y4MiiM Dense utaedto 11 Ky the writer the crawl ia 01 mi yubttutiti bat 11 II trUtiw et tend filth Write plllalytr t01D0A000lOt101l0lOA i it i +aeaooaoasoaosIo +n JACKSON COUNTY SAMI OAT Sand lap March 97There is a at deal of sickness in this nelh bDtttocMl at pretent Arthur lcOulro a who tiattorwent a wry serious 01attoH two weeks alp is rapidly 1m iirwlna Win Hatfleld hoe sold his jMWrallt to Bailey and Judd of lira I haw for fWto Church services oon dugCMt by tile flew Cleramons IUld j Po rvll hero todb1fe wen aWmd ooXtTted the 13Ui at Mr Amliro nrockwans the homo of the bride C S Durham and Mary Brooknuui tttvf left Immediately for their l1ew home at Happy Height Their many frtwds wish thorn a successful and happy urelewls McOuire and She man Maker delivered the laat load of the Hatflold saw inlll to Bradhaw Saturday IJI1 E E Durham hoe IeI turmoil front Wind Cavo where sheI has been visiting relativesTh- Host Calob Powers will speak at the place April 4th at 10 a mMrs- anti Mrs Joe Smith of Kerby Kno attended church hero todayMrs Ollte Durham has returned from DeI roa whore she went to visit her adder Sirs Newton Coyle who isI j seriously ill with the measles Thi young folkj of this vicinity gave Mr and Mrs Goo Richardson a surprise party Sunday night which seemed to be very much enjoyed Wlllle Clommons and Leonard Johnl son passed thru here today making their usual delivery run to Kerby KnobAf W Williams had a clearing Thursday which proved very satisfactory t anrnt I Orpha March 2SThe Rev Bent Bowman filled his regular appoint wont at New Zoln Sunday Caleb Powers will speak at Wind Cave the 4th of April Every one will be pleas + ed to hear him Mlssos Mattlo Scott and Pauline Brandenburg attended uhurch at New Zion Sunday and took I dinner with Miss Ruby Former Mr Marlon Brewer Is planning to start to Hamilton soonThe Rev Joseph Ward and family have gone to Hamil ton We are sorry to lose such a fine preacher as Mr Ward Mr Wm English filled his regular appointment at Mr Combs Sunday Mr Preston Lakes fodder house and all his fodder burnt up recentlyhies Debby Lakes ot Wind Cave was the guest of her brother Preston Lakes of this place Saturday o InmsIJ 11 Greenhall March SDale lInter has returned home from Buck Creek school William Klanery has sold hit steam mill to J D Spuriock J N Smith and wife are expecting to Join Mr Smiths brother J D in Red lands California next year Andy 2 Spence and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby glrlChas Cecil was tip from Travelers Rest Sunday to rent the possession J D t Pierson holds on the farm Cecil bought from Pierson several days ago They are near a trade Isaac Smith left Monday for Hamilton Ohio where ho expects to work this year Mrs Beokey J Evans and daughter are up from Beattyvllle visiting roC latives Alfred Brewer Tom Wilson Mrs Beckey J Evans Callie IorrlsI etc had an egg feast at Luther Pier sons Saturday evening Died with 4 rancor Mrs Martha Simpson wife oft William Simpson She was burled in i the Ambrose cemetery near SlIa1I Flanerys Sunday evening Charles 11enablo will leave for Barbourvllle soon where he expects to make his future home John Smith Is visiting relatives at Greenhall this week John P Wilson and boysmade a trip to Sextons Creek Saturday but only caught fishermans luckMr J D Plereon will leave for Oklahoma as soon as he can wind up his business Miss Tetle Hurst is very ill at this writing TiNET Tyner March 27The farmers Ire all done sowing oats and are prepar ing tholr land for cornMessrs Roy Moore W P Tincher and S D Rice have gone to Hamilton Ohio where they have secured employment In the C C Paper millMr E C and L C Moore killed two largo snakes In their new ground last week Mr Luther Bowles who has been attending the S B M S nt London is homo on a visit Mr W- Ar Bowies family are all sick with measles but aro doing nicelyMessrs When Rubbers Become Necessarya- nd sour shoe pinch bake Into your shoe Allen i Foot Eue the antiseptic powder for the feet It cam painful iwnilpn inurtmx iweatlnj fret and take thoattnquulof tennis all ulllou Juwtthe thIntMeafleeth er ilinet dancing paniet and fur lJr l1 lilt 1 m ACw shoe tiny per i pie cannot wear n wry ticms omuroruUly without alult I1u AlWut Foui KI4o into this shoes wfiwe tan tiunpl FIIEK Address Allen Oliiutcd Co IleyH V Itint acetyt any mbilttuU A etreoo Ed Louts and Matt Moore caugl a nice string of nah Saturday eonlnlt Mr Timber Lake of London WIUI- visiting Luther Bowlet Saturday nul ISundla1M Marlon Smith and fam moved InBottom have 111 tile house with their tonln1 W M Goodman for the yr11118rl- MMla Smith is vorjr stok at this wrttUig Hogs are scarcer lu U1is county than was over known betor People are offering two end three dollars for small idMr W 1 Baker went thru here branding erol8 ties for the Doan Tie Co the IlOlt weekllr J G Morris of l1ldred Is hacking cross ties for W G Hamilton Frank Fox bC Olin W 8 visiting in tills vlcinty Sunday IIVIIIY Hurley March 30Mr Will 2i Io Collum of Isaacs has moved to Iml Ian CreaksChris Roberts had a work- Ing Saturday and got a fine lot of work dona Mr and Mrs John Lake of Loam visited Mr David Gaboord Saturday and Sunday Alcorn amI Hanson wore on this Creek last week measuring logs and attending to other buMnosa Mr Stephen Gabbard Phil Settle of Parrot wore at McKee Thursday on businoss1 Will McCollum Mr Jake and Rll Gabbard attended the Holiness meet In at Seven Pines Sunday night Mr Green McCollum bought a sad and work horso from Pal Gal bard for 130tI Fannie Lake o Loom has been visiting her sister Mrs Mary Gabbard the past week Mr John Gabbard of Sand Lick In back from Beroa and says ho la woll agalnIr Canada Gabbard of Berea was visiting friends at Hurley Jnst week Messrs Charley Gabbard and Donnie Johnson made a trip to Bethel Sunday CLOVER nOTTOSI Clover Bottom March 2sDrndley Jlcknoll cut his knee very badly a ow days IOA C Blcknolls wife and three children are sick wlLll lagrlplCJack Cruso is slowly 1m Droving Born to Mrs Nancy Taylor a few dayn ago a fine glr15010n Ublll has about completed his now Iwolllng and will move into It thi- sweekS A Englo our Justice Is seeping tho boys straight ho has tndered 102 fines against some o lem In Use last two weeks and has issued warrant for several more C P Moore wac in our midst laAt iaturlayDry weather and coo tights are holding the fruit back In his section KIMUIY KNOII Kerby Knob March TTho Rev Hacker filled his appointment at this dare the third Saturday and Sunday The Rev LuLsford will preach at the Grovo church Saturday next at oclock and Sunday nlghtLltUo ortle Johnson who unfortunately Yoke her arm while playing aboutI tho yard a few days ago eoema to be getting along quite wellLlttle Johnnie and Mildred Lano of Ben- In spending a few days with rein Iveg at this placeour Sunday school w In session now and everybody Is Invited to attendSunday school wll be hold at tho Durham school hour n Sunday evening Mr J A Lam tailed James Click and family a few ays last week Allen and Tom Pow 011 who were sick are Improving KVUnGUKKN Evergreen March 26Joe Moon wall here this week collecting ani slllnc Singer sewing machines everal mon from this place attended Court at McKee the 20thMrs Tlsl Drew and family will leave for Hamilton Ohio April 1st to make their future homo Mr Charley Rose has- Just returned from Louisville enjoy hg his honeymoon Mrs Hallo Lake Is on Ute sick list this week Mr Edward Lake has lots of groun aady to plant corn and is still plow- Ing Mr Alex Drew is planning ic also 5 acres of tobacco this season The Rev James Lunsford has snood to Madison County where he has ought a farm We are sorry tb give up such a good manRlchardson and Co bought out Lunsford and are sell- Ing groceries Eugena Gray has como home from Hot Springs Ark where sho has been for her health Mr W C Johnson will leave for Ohio In sow lays to make his future home Ir J W Fowler was here this week coking after land and timber Hows This foran1caCatarrh Cute J PClfRNKY k CO Toledo 0- Re the nndcnlRned have known p 1 Che ry for the last 15 Tara and believe him perfect onorahle In all builneu tranaaellolla an financially able to carry out any obliratlot fadeUyldWALDU O KINNAN MARVIN Whnlewle Tol llalla Catarrh Cure In taken internally actlnlI Irertly upon the blood and mum surfaces- he 0 ayitem Tentlmonlal sent free Price 7 perliottle PoldhyallilnifricUta Stalls I con Icrnlo i 1 MADISON COUNTY JUUJIS Kingston March 28Mr Harrli- Cmwfonl has told his fonts to Mark Flausry for U000 Mr Crawford hlS bought a Louio and lot InIUd1llllond The Rev Gilbert Comb Mr Ilnd Mrs Gowrgo Moody Mr Lower Sand Itu Mad wife and Miss Maria I Choke wore ootertaliwd at the howe of J C Iowell Sunday amokM II tries Ie Rlddell who 18 Vteltlos 1r and Mrs Rollle JUdllill bus taken tho niaalea and will not bo able 10 return to her school In Rtohiuond- sonioUme tor Mr au fMrn Jno Ronma are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl Mfss QiiMlo Ituokor who hlS been visiting hcsstater for tutu IlfLsl two weeks in Fajette County rotui ed home Saturday Mr 0 C loell miltle a business trip to Rlalunond ial- ttrdkyMr Will lhinday wont to Frankfort last woek on blllhllrCurt Parks has been in Cincinnati unit Lexington tho lest two WQ9k8 working on hit hemp brake Mr noy Hudson and Dora Hudson of Dre ft spent Saturday night and Suede with Martha Powoll Mrs Pal Rldi o of Athena is visiting relattvaB hltrt this weekMr and 11tS Will Cornel Iron entertained a number of poop lo st their homo Sunday The Sundr- ichool at tills pkxco had an Boat- inntertainmont at the Hall Sunday nIKht1Ir and Mrs L C Powell o BIg 11111 visited relative hero lallt iveokMr John Powell sold a horse 10 Willie Munday for 176 and one to J N Lunsford for HOMlss Om Daniels spout Saturday night with Olla Jakor Mrs A P Settle and Mr At bur Rlddell made a business trip to Jerea Thursday evening Mr Car owls who recently bought tho Ab owoll place Is building a now dwell Ing upon ILThe people of this plan re regretting very much that Dr and Mrs CajTvcod are leaving her and going to Winchester Mr an lIra Jim VanWlnklo visited Mr Van Winkles parents SundayMrs J So unsford Is visiting her daughter at lorea this weekMr Frank Garrett of Hamilton Ohio Is visiting bIB arents at Mote this week inn IIILU Big 11111 March 2Sfir Joo fleece Son who has been very low will rlppQ is some hotter People an hustling hero to got their crops In- this warm weather We aro needing mln In this vicinity Potatoes here at 60 and GO cents per bushed Mr arvey fleece visited his father Joe Reeco Sunday Several old soldlon Line to see Mr Iteccc during his m- nee Rev R L Ambrose la having a well drilled and building a new hOU80 In front of Tom McKoohans Sunday school will meet In M D Settles porch next Sunday Everjbod vltedMrs N A Durham of Rich mond and Mrs Laura Collins of 1111- 1lola were visiting in this vicinity a- few days agoMrs Lucy Moore and btlby ae visiting M D Settle this- weok3Irs Hack Wilson has a girl snvim citriiK Creek March SFannenIIS11or busy In this section plow- ling and preparing tholr land Sover al from tills place enjoyed a trip to WtWt Pinnacle Kaator J W Brat chr and Pleas Evans have returned from Breathltt County where they hlo been buying cattle Miss Nora Harris who has had measles Is able to bo out again MIs Minnie Lake who is visiting at this place was In lohmond Wednesday and Thursday 011 business The Easter services at Silver Creek church Sunday wore conducted by tho Revs Brewer al1l- 1JonOlA fine lot of hogs and cat tlo passed thru this section last week Mlsa Pearl Vaughn of near Beren Is visiting Miss Iva AndersonMrei- ck Johnson ot Richmond visited Irs George Anderson last week rrs Dick dltt U not improving any In health Mr and Mrs J Powell of Hamilton Ohio are visiting Mrs IUcharl1 Cllrtllr T J Lake of rergreen was visiting home folks Saturday and Sunday Tho Hov Hudson will preach at Harts Sunday Como out and hear him- 1OCKCASTLEI COUKTr IwlIun Ellc lianas died Sho leavc a husband and children and many friends to mourn her IossTho- Rov Winkler filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday and GO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone aendingft akelehand whetherqulckl urerlaln our omelet rre so Invent nn UiTohnblj Communlcn lIonntrlcl ronlllllllllal HANDBOOXon Patent I 1lellllIatelltsS tfteial nutUe without charge lu tlio I Scientific jnnerlcan r A handiomelr llln trkl d wM Mr I rant clr C dilation of any arlcntlllo mrnul Term 13 a 1earl our rountba U eo4bysllnewdeaher1 l NewUrancb Office Ca T BU W U Co r tif Home i t Baked Bread 01 Biscuit Cake Pastry FreshTasteful Healthful and Economicalwhen made with s rn BAKING t No Alum No Limo Royal is the onlybaking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar l Sunday Mr and Mrs Lee Coffey ui near Brodhead visited Mr and 118I Albert Reynolds Sunday Mr L A Hayos of llerea Is visiting friends at this placo Mrs Ranco Coffey vie ited her mother Mrs Mary K Hayst at Bores last week Mre A E Roy nolds of Livingston Is visiting hoi mother Mrs Mary E Coffoy Mist Dorcaa Wild who leas been tfCohlngI school at this place returned home in Jackson County Sunday CIOIX Climax March 2iThore18 a Great deal ot sickness and several deivthu hovo occurred lately Died several days ago near Ford Mrs Julian Chas teen She loaves a husband and several children to mourn hor loss I Died a few days ago Mm Role Clark i She had boon slok four or five rs Sho was laid to rest in the Bud 11I uoy gravujurd Tho litho torte wsvki old baby of Mr Barlow Clark died and was laid to rast at Mrs Nettle Clarks where tho sad fatter anti mo ther wanted ILMfr Ullen Rsnfro af moor McCrocken doiiarted this life i few days ago She leaves a hug band and eovwal olilldran and nWl friends to mourn hor lossMr 111 iac MeCroekena little daughter is very lowMr W M HolHimmvorth ta also vary poorly at till writing RooNY Boone March 28 Mrs Sarah Lam bert died Sunday at tho home of her laughter Mrs Slndn Richmond near Rockford Mre Daisy limbert and Mrs Nora Wren wore thrown front a buggy Sunday and both badly In- Jured while returning from Mrs Mare Gadds near Rockford Mrs Wm Illreh of Rockford was in title vlei ilty SundayMies Hattie Poynter tad Mlt Mary Croutniior visited homo folks Saturday and Sunday Mr Charles Oldlmin U not improv ng DlIUr H T Chasteen and toe evctt made a business trip to Bo roo Monday Mr Grover Thomas and A D Levott visited homo folkq nt lite plnuo Saturday anti Sunday Mrs Susan Wren WON visiting relatives on Clodr Crock Sunday Jamoa Miller who Is employed at Ford was visit- Ing relatives here Saturday and Sunday LAUREL COUNTY PiVVilluilti Plttaburg Mar 2SAullt Hannah Vhlto of Color died last week She vas tlio oldest woman In tho county Mr John Adams had a working Sat irday Hail lots of fence put up Carried loot Thursday Mr Jason J vvans to Mrs Betty Marlon near PlIt8hurgMr Has Wonens family taro all boon having tho measlo but are now getting some butter tlr Dan Dowling has moved with his Save WWR GpeIIlourbonPoultq IIIOt 1 useal tor Cholera II Manufactured Alidlnll POWDER family hack to Cripple Creek the summer Alice Evan and daugh Mrs Attle Onkst visit I lag friends and relative at Pine lilliI Old unol John McGtnnxnn who had his log taken some time ago I ta ImprovUK slowlyMr It H Colo who lived here soino tune aKa Is bnokI and has bought a pkica All I la SnturjdaWnikun Williams CLAY COUNTY 8HVTONS CIliniK Sextons Creek lIar 10Mrs Har riett Bank who has been very for the pest week Is batterMrsi- tltotla Allen and Mrs Nancy Hunter sick Blalno Burch and Kmma Singleton wOre married Thursday lit week at the home of Uio bride I sent Saylor had a fencing Wednesday and llsh Gibson a elmring Friday Mrs John Hank ot Uorea is ItlHg rolatlvos hero Mla Sarah flasks who has bcon ntnylng at Borea quit n while lute oome liomo i Marion Samllln retunied homo front Clark County Thunwlay of last week i had been visiting his sister John Bakor Beroa to In tills part again MiM Dovle flanks Is homo from ile- teaM K Samltln had a fencing Monday W N lurch has Just com Ud his new eriheL Clark and Q Hunter swapped mules a fow i dayn ago OWSLEY COUMH IIIIIUtS lllAT I Rost March2sWO having tine weather for the month of March Thoro Is mow grippe In title neighborhood titan has been known bforeIFarmers have beon very busy sowin ouU and grass More farm i sowing outs and gnw Uita your than usual Mr Joule Whlok r while dumping loge on Big Surgeon not from this plnco lout Friday drawn over tlio dump with his I team lognand Thoy tell and roll about twontyMv feet One horse was killed and tie other crippled Mr Whicker was also Injured but not I very seriously Mr Hargis Phillips who haa boon III for Bevoral days nuked neighbors In to an old tll1IOI working got a good hands who dill n good days work Mre lllrfPlrct Bogley and CnmllI started for Mexico last join her husband who has been there for some ttnoMr Dudley Wilson Misses Lucy and Margaret Botnor wore the guosU of MItn Dora Bother last SundayMrs S A Caudell Mrs Wm Gabbard and Reglna Fox were guwt of Mrs J Botncr last Sun layMr Jno Bowman fell from his barn loft n few days ago and Injured SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized tbastandard poultry remedy ot world It In one remedy that can bo Oa wIth absolute certainty to precoL Gaped Cholera IloupL- lmberneck Dlarrbora nil forma of poultry A drops n drinking water keeps fowU free Steindlsaso A 6txj bottle makes 12 gallonH of tnedlclno treatment ot Dlockncod other diseases ID turkeys Bourbon Poultry CureI HAS NO EQUAL Mn teen tiitinrcblcUeni Cue 1lbe Lave ere and At for ter tire off ill are of vie ftr lie of pl W TIt BraTmvelora ers are far was all ed hIli Ho W the tbo the cure and and dli tho and caM few For andthe by PariKysaptLttyearIgiving them ltouttamPoulur Cute In I it e aura taro lor Cbolcn tad LimUia ck Bourbon Remedy Co JnCOOIIledI Druoolat fSOo per Bottle TrIal VIal rr HeIthe spine but not very seriously Is Improving vory nlowly Mr S A Cmulell Rave to tho young Seiko a good social Friday night All enjoyed tueintolvo vary much ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST UUAMCn Locust Branch Marsh 3Born to Mm J U Coffey on March OUi a- IwyMr and Mrs Jaa L Bioknell art rojolelng over the arrival ot another boy There is quite a lot of tlo hauling to Panolu smut UiU Plata At prtment the tomb are In flue con dition Thwe have boon u fow nice risk aaughl out of Rod Lick recently Miss Rotate Wells of this placo left tore Monday for a two weeks visit with her uiclo Jerry Hlelwrdeon of Itlg 11111U S Coylo of thin place HMde a visit Ui Boron Sunday to tae his ilaughtor who is Unro in suited Mr Rll rt Hymor who law beon nt tending seliool at Berea this winter U working for U S Coyle Mr lapdog of Urea is vMttHg JuneIfolkl Sunday was lire potatineut at leaver Pond and quiteIa crowd wee dtaaiipoiiMttl at lute si- bwaceMrs Nary Baker of Jinks wax called to MIMtetQwn 0 last Friday lit acoouat of the lllHoaa of her ulster law Mra Tire IktkorJ W hick sell was In hares from Tkureday to Btimlay of test week having tonio don Ul work doeoiSTATION O13II Station Camp March SSA number of ttw faniiors at Station Camp planning to IltI8ln planting corn aoonIIf the weathor continues favombls Ml s Chlolo Hymer at Rnlllck Monday A Mr Mays past ed ttmt our town yesterday on his rway to Lewis Brandenburgs with some eattieC Rico anti wife visited Mr and Mrs Andy Richardson Sat utility and SundayMr and Mrs C I II Click Mr and Mat O Witt and Mr Turner Kolloy wore tho GUests of Mr and Mrs Roland Witt last Sunday a weekMr U M Click of Kerby Knob visited nt Station Camp last weekMr and Mre Jeff Durbln are rejoicing over the arrival of n bouncing girlE P Klynn has his MW mill In operation on Dr J R 3rlvnora farm at Redllok Ho will aw several thousand cnxs tlcsM1II Anna Click had a carpet string tack lug lout Thursday and got a largo IlleccdIand Mm J B Kclloy of Wagoruvllle who lists been very sick is ImprovingI napldly Mr Jeff Hosklns of Kings Station who recently moved fromII Jackson County to this County passed thru our town last Sunday Low Li Nakes has gone to Jackson County with some corn Ho will buy same hogs and bring back with him GARRARD COUNTY AVAMACKTON Wallaceton Mar 28 Revival settvices began ai Wallaces chapel Mar y Cth and will lost ono wooko C Sentry and wife John Collins and amlly 0 L Gabbard and family wore tho guests of Robert Duncan and amity at Lowell last Sunday Wheat Is looking some better now but there wont be much of a cropMr Brock lid not sell his property In Wallace I ton at his sale last Saturday When She Doesnt It la seldom that a woman wishes to stand up for her rights in a streetC- ArI I i