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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oRIEftEA PUBLISHING CO 1 L E TOPPER Manager rnlotd allAt Pottaffike lamen Ay Of teedION that nwt- krIIiM J 1 HIHIJHo+NI VOL vn Five cents H copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 25 1DOO One dollar a year NO 82 1 i IDEAS j Deeds cure doubts tt Heaven is either now or neverI Many a trial is a test before promo Lion Truth is without yaluo until it la vitalizedUnnecessary help in always a sad hindranceThn social refinement is to be refined of self It is easy for the plugs in the race to despise the prizes The only way to loavo the bad Is to oloavo to the good IN OUR OWN COUNTRY lion John D Carroll of Owen county has been named by the House and Senate of Kentucky as a delegate to tho Divorce Law Congress to be hold at Washington Governor Beckhaui in asking for tho appointment of a delegate expressed himself as in favor of u uniform divorce law At present our divorce legislation in tho Untied Status is H scandal The Caleb rowers case was argued before tho United States Supreme Court last Friday Attorney General Hays and Assistant Maxwell present ing the case of the state and former Governpr Black of New York and E L Worthington of Kentucky pro tenting that of Powers Much interest was manifested by tho Justices And many questions were naked A t forecast of tho decision by a noted f lawyer is thatiho case will Ixi suet back to tho state courts Tho idea seems to bo that Powers is mifllciont ly protected In Isis rights by the Court of Appeals of tho state which has three times reversed the lower courts Tho fueL seems to remain however that tho lower courts are governed by projudico in this ouso Tho death pf Marshall lu1rIof Chicago provokes continent of a ful different kind from that which usual ly at the death of n multimillionaire Mr Field loaves an estate that is estimated at from 100000 000 to 200000000 but nilngreo 4haf this vast sum of money was xiarnod as fairly as it in possible for ouch sums to bo earned and that in ills business tnorahunt never oppressed his fellows One thing Is certain that although ho was by no means the richest luau in the United largestIThe Congressional Committee on Territories hoe reported a bill pro riding for joint statehood for Arizona and law Mexico nnd for Oklahoma and tho Indian Territory Tim committee from Arizona protesting against such a bill did harm to its own cause by what its members said Tho taint of tho trust seemed upon tho protest and tho people aro right ly suspicious of anything that carries- this taint- Tbo rate question is still with the committees in Congress In the Senate committee consisting of eight republicans and four democrats thttre republicansbeinga Elkius Aldrich Kcan and Foraker being against it This leaves tho matter in the bonds of the democratic members of tho committee The same condition Is said to exist in the body of tho Sonata In the language of the day tho matter Is up to the democrats What are you going to do about it gentlemen f- It looks as though tho packers in tho caso of the Government against thorn for unlawful combination In toescapejusticeof their guilt but they claim that tho evidence against thorn was ob immunityfromGarfiold FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho revolution in Ecuador South America has resulted in tho HIICCCPH of tho revolutionists General Alfaro the revolutionary leader ia acknow lodged as President Very few lives were lost In tho struggle Tho latest bluffof President Castro of Venezuela has been called to tho openly oxprcsml satisfaction of many It looked as though tho trouble with Franco had been patch ed up sonic time ago but Castro cannot be counted on Ho evidently hind an idea that tho United States would stand in between him and harm but when tho French minister wont home Mr Itusnol tho American minister was naked to take charge of French interests Castro seemed to think ho could insult Russol with impunity Now tho United States has hada conference with Franco and accepting the disclaimer of tho latter country that it has any design to aliouiito Venezuelan territory has given her a freo hand French cruisers are on tho way to teach Castro a lesson It is tithe IsIIk Ida L t Juts 4 THE CI rIZEN MINE OPERATORS Indications Are That They Will Make a Stand Against an Increase in Wages OPPOSE THE RUN OF MINE BASIS Illinois Will Take Lead In tho Fight Against the Latter Demand of tilt Millers Claim That on the Run of Mine Oasis the Quality of the Product Would ring Lower Prices on the Market Indianapolis Jar Jan 24The coal operators of the Central competi tive district comprising tho states Of 1ennaylvanta Ohio Indiana and till nois will held UUtrict and commute meetings for the pwrpow of unifying I the several pro 8Mlonl which they propose to prevent to the United Mme Workers In the Joint conference which begins Thursday nwratug All Indications paint to a determin ed stand nealmt say ineraue In wages at least ljred the figures which prevailed before tho consum mattes of the agreement now in ferns will be made by the operators and it Is almost If net atwoluwly certain that the operators will net entertain the proposition or the nine worfcsn W admit of the ouUrUig stats to the slut conferenceThe Prices It was oaihwled that time operators of Indiana ad the west jsnterally will itnml firm with the employer of Pennsylvania and Ohio on tee questions and there will no dobt be A cor nmponcllng rMtetaaoe on Use question of a run atmineu baste and a not tilt ferentia of seven ante between ma chine anti pick raining Illinois will take the lead In this Hunt against tho run of miae baalt which has governed the operations of mlnu ID that field during the life of the preset emtraet When the deroaadn or the OB rat0rs are presented In lhe joist sMuUng It Is protable that hy will tndmlo a prapoeitkon for a rd etton la wages to offset what they eaaskksr tin ex ceMlve Increase dentanilMl by Uw miners This Increase they ay eensldorlng the run ef rise bMls RWM HMOWSIt tO s M list must 04 vasso In the price of mining coal In IndtaM Aimta they chum that OB the ran of mine heels the quality et- the protfuet Is s wh that It brings lower prices ea the market became ef the slate stone aid dirt that glees up ID tho call- MARSHALL FIELDS WEALTH Tho Bulk Is To Qe Held In Trust For Hla Sons Children Chicago Jan 24Tho estate of Marshall Flout aooordlng to the will which was road to the family will bo held undivided wader tntiMoeshlp for the benefit of tho children of the late Marshall FleW Jr nooordliig to one of the members of the family present at the reading of the will To tho peoplo of Chicago the merahant prlnoa oarriod out hIs Implied prom io by leaving 8000000 to the Hold Columbian museum Mr Fields on ly daughter Mrs David loathe of Ungiand receives 8jOOOOOO To his nieces nnd sisters Mr Field left cash gifts of 100000 or mass thus fulfilling the growing belief that ho would not dispose of largo umS In this dlrpotlon Sums were loft to various charities tf which Mr Meld was interested Old family sorvanla woro also romom beted To KILL PUBLIC MEN Police Discover Wholesale Assassina tion Scheme In Pennsylvania Washington Pa Jan 24ln hunt Ing for the murderers of Michel Car rnrolft the wealthy Italian who was shot at Dunleavy last week Washing ton county authorities have unearthed n plot to assassinate some of the lead- Ing men of the country They have se cured evidence that among those marked for death was Gov Penny packer of Pennsylvania Letters and papers are also In possession of the authorities which decree tho death of other leading men Tho evidence was discovered In a squalid shanty near tho mining village of Bolrd In this house ware found papers and dean mcnts pointing to a wholesale assassi manIi sail arrests In many sections are looked for AUTOMOBILE TOURNAMENT The Worlds Record For the Mile Was Twice Lowered Hotel Ormond Fla Jan 2fThs worlds record for tho mllo was twice lowered Tuesday In the fourth an nUll QrmondDnyton automobile tournament and both times by the came car tho cigar shaped steamer driven by Fred Marriott In the first start of the contest for tho Sir Thom as Oowar trophy tho racer made the mllo In 03215 In the final Marriott Won going the mile In 33 seconds lat C drlnU IlUQ21la 33 flat A TRAIN AND ENGINE COLLIDE TWO ENGINES AND TEN FREIGHT CARS WRECKED Two Men Wire Instantly Killed One It Mining and a Fourth U Fatally Scalded Atlanta Qa Jan 20Ttro men wero instantly killed another U miss lug bollovod to be burled undor the debris and a fourth fatally scalded as the result of a headon collision be wean a northbound through freight and a switch engine on tho Seaboard Air tlno near Mine a amall station about eight miles from Atlanta The known dead are Walter S Taylor engineer of switch indue of Atlanta Edward E Rock telegraph operator at Mina J T Welt fireman of the switch engine Is missing and U believed to be under the debris Wr F Head switchman was fatally scalded I Hngineer New of tho freight and his fireman jumped and wore unin jured Doth engines and ten freight rare are total wrecks The ncoldent Is said to have been caused by the carelessness of the crew of the switch engine GOVERNOR WHIPS A CONVICT He Had Been Employed As a Trusty Around the Executive Mansion Jattltton Miss Jan 19Gov Var demands whipping of a negro convict exIIa thorough probing by the peahen tiary Investigating committee accord ofIvasaUon of recent years and Is now the most absorbing topic of discus ales among tho members of the logic lature The governor does not attempt to deny any phase of the story but ho candidly admits In answer to quo I lions that be soundly thrashed the prisoner and further deeJares that he would do to again under similar con ditions The negro It Is alleged WM at first knocked down by the governor a good kick adtnlntot fed and then a broom cttok was used In the ohaMisemcrat MOROCCOS RESOURCES Grand Opportunities Are Presented For American Enterprises AtReelraa Jan tITlto American dttegate to lie Moroccan conference as the rosette of talks with others of the envoys have become impressed with the undeveloped wealth of Moron oo sad the opportunities It affords for Amertean nHorprtses Wonderful frtortos are told of coal deposits within an boars tide of Tangier of un towlMd forests of oerk live near at hand and of gout fields In the Atlas BHMUrtains The Moors continue to wsrtc on a small scale Ute copper volns Ofiwad by the Ilomans but mining engineers who have scarcely dared to t turn a stone for fear of the natives j aver that not only coppar but tin and Iron mIRY exist which are equal to i the boat minus of Spain GRAS AT NATCHEZ IMARDt Senator McLaurin Requests That a ShipBe Sent There IiWar Jan 20 Senator Mo Laurtn of Mississippi requested the president to authorize tho sending ot- C war ship to Natchez Miss to bo present on tho occasion of the Mardi Uras celebration Senator McLaurln was accompanied to the white house l y United States Marshal Wilson and i Attorney General Lee of Mississippi President Roosevelt wrote a note to- Secretory of tho Navy Bonaparte In dloatlc his desire that the warship bo sent to Natchez It convenient Tho celebration at Notches will begin just before teaL I ASK FOR TOLLA I Members of the Iowa Senate Unanl moue In Slflnlno Petition IDes Moines Ia Jan 20 Members of tho Iowa senate unanimously plac opposedII the Now Jersey woman condemned to die for the murder of Joseph Sonta Tea The senators signed a petition for her full and complete pardon Hague Representatives Named Washington Jan 22Bocratary Root announced that the American representatives to the approaching conference to bo held at The Hague will be Joseph H Choato oxambassa day to England Horace Porter oxam i bassador to France and Judge Rose of Little Rock Ark House Were Flooded Nashville Tonn Jan 2aParte of Huntsvlll Ala were flooded Monday morning by n cloudburst Many houses were Inundated bridges washed away and electric railway traffic stopped No loss of life la reported so far Gen Birthday Augusta Ga Jan 20oon Lees birthday was observed generally hero Friday Business practically was suspended Tho Daughters of tho Con federacy held a meeting and three camps of veterans paraded SHIP ON THE ROCK The Valencia Went Ashore at Midnight in a Thick Fog NenrCnpeBenl BC MANY PERSON WERE DROWNED The Unfortunate easel Left San Francisco With 9V Passengers and a Crew of 60 lieu Steamer Is Now Against the Rocks and Is Likely to Go to Pieces at Any Time Several Escapes Victoria Jan 2fI1111 steamer Va- lenciaj which was en route from San- Kraneisro with 94 passengers and a crew of 60 wont sabers nt midnight I during a thick fog ana a large num I blur wars drowned while attempting to leave the ship The steamer 1s now against the rocks and Is likely to go to plans at any time One boats crew reached Cape Deal about 120 miles from Victoria and nine men butII went ashore and san not get up the ollff or return to the wreck The soa will probably roach thorn when the tide is high The men report terrible i scenes One woman dropped her child liMO the sea when trying to hand tt to her husband who was in one of the boatsDeath Stares Them In the Face I When one of the boats crew left there was a little boy running about 1he deck crying fdr his mother who i was among the drowned There are I still aluut 125 persons on the wreck with almost certain death staring them In the face t I The steamer Queen which arrived here at 4 oclock from San Francisco landed her passengers and left at once tar thescene of the wreck The steam er Queen City left ot midnight on her regular toast raise and should reach the wont of tie wreck In a fow hours Urgent ntraaures are being sent for auMlpaee Tbji Valencia Is an Iron screw I cteamfr of 1198 tons rapacity 2527- feef 1 V wIts a h MB sr 14 and aI depth of 10 feet It Wit built In 1882 by Cramp p Sons of Philadelphia Outing tWT war with Spain the Va lencia was eiigaged for a time In the transport servlm of the United Slates conveying troeps to and from the Philippines I JACK THE STABBER UnderIoindo which may servo to clear up tho mystery of the strange Jack the Slabber whoso fiendish acts have tor rortzH tho women of St Iouls and placed the ontlro polloo force of the city on a strange trail Late dovolopmontg show that at lent ten Instead of seven and posit bly more women worn victims of the mysterious stiletto wlehlor The police havo made several ar rots but the most likely of the lot Is Leon Rosenblatt 22 the halfwitted son of a tailor who can not account for himself during tho time the wom en were being stabbed GIRLS PRESENCE OF MIND Two Passenger Trains Were Saved From Being Wrecked Harrisburg Pa Jan 2fTwo pas eCRger trains of the Northern Central railway wero saved from being wrecked by Mary McCall 1C the daughter of a track walkor living at Clarks Ferry The girl saw a huge boulder roll from tho mountain sido on to the tracks near hor home Taking a lan torn sho ran down the track and stop pad the ErIe express within a few yards of the obstruction She then hurried In the other direction and topped the Erie fast line The Mvxlrnn Itrldnrronm The bridegroom in Mexico fluids mar riogo a very costly business lIe Is ex pected to buy the trousseau and ho Is fortunate If ho can satisfy the extrava gnnco sanctioned by custom and prompted by ardent passion Young men from the country are said to be often seen In time City of Mexico pur chasing nil sorts of finery for the la tiles of their choice and the spectacle they present an they consult the meas urements which they carry with them for all sorts of garments Is very amusing Odd Ocosrrnplilcnl Dlrlplon The range of the Blue Ridge moun tains Iu Pennsylvania is divided by a river every twentyseven miles us fol lows Front the Sustiueharfnn to the Swatnra 27 miles from time Swatura to the Bchuylklll 27 miles from the Schuylkill to the Lehlgli 27 miles from the Lelilgh to the Delaware 27 miles At the next 27 miles Is a hollow of New Jersey In which nestles a lake known as Culvers ponds L V It t II It t lIlt II ar II tt t A Family Newspaper Eight Pages 1IIIJlJlIJIIrIU I 1 s j J jrowe a MOtt C Cnr r X11 i CACITAISUiutUszooo c ibvrt Jan 4 06 Did you know that we iesue money orderor payable anywhere on the globe with outcost or trouble to the payee Our rates are lower than the post office or express company and the service given is more satisfactory The following are our rates 3COverOver 10 lI II II 20 8c Over 20 II U u 30IOCO- ver 30 a U a 40120O- ver 40 u u U SOJI5COver 5orr a iI 6oi8cOver 60 II u II 75200Over 75u II U 100l5C Please cut thisout for future reference t f Cashier r tH 0r HATS OFF Did you ever notice some men look better with their hats off This is because their hats dont suit them We can fit you with a hat that conforms with your height and complexions Our Prices are Never Matched Granulated Sugar 05 Gold Medal Flour 60 Obolisk Flour t M 65 Meal x25 Diamond Coffee i i i 15 and up Building Paper thnt hard time stores sell at 40 to 50 eta wo sell 35 Did you ever notice your neighbor was getting along easier than yourself Perhaps it is because he does all his trading a- tWELCHS P SSanta Claus is stopeing at our place RoiSOSC3a0of o I The Little Three i o J lots o h A o o 0 0o No iThe Big Four war drove the price of 11 building paper down from SOC to 35C o- o Our price has always been 400 1 0 No 2Big Four defied anyone to cut the priceo n 0ofmeal below hoc Our price was SOC o x I No 3The Big Four was selling barbed wire o at 325 My price was 290 o o 7- ex And still you ought to buy your r0 goods of the Big 4or 10o tr 0 oi 0 li A P SETTLE Jroo 1- I 0 Phone 40 i u r- o7tOStOr1ojoA03tOS107t101 0 4 0i 0AOk0 OS10iOS10 0110S o o al o O1t031 I Or p rPOVERTY Bf JOHN WORNE Cnpfiltbl igov by posepe B Dowln J Wo ore miirh too rich add Ev ddinly true lumped and split thi ofipp into the aucer Evo sigbed I wonder she continued how It vouin lest in be really poor Garret In Htoomibury suggest DertiR Yes last the two of us together wPiinnly I hilling lot If YOUr keen I dont mind trying If said D rio Could we asked Eva doubtingly Certainly Ive no doubt It would do nn goad We might say weve gone out of town put on old ckthee and hide our wives away somewhere In a slum for a month or so Sly months If you like Think of a ulce slum M suppose any slum would do No good polling the effect by being particular taut the alum Berth agreed L ts begin today So they arranged everything and put on thlr oldest clothes Samson the butler glared as they raled out When will you return sir In scantshall we say six months Uertie turned to ICva If you like said she Six month sale Berlin sternly The door shut behind them with an ominous Ithlf Thy stood deserted on the pavemeuu Atone in London null mur Inured Httttr take a hansom said Eva timidlyThere are public omnibus said 1 turtle which aro much cheaper Let us find one said Eva Borne waved his hand at a paulO Mihlcja whirl looked nice and public and cheap Its driver drew up doubt fullyNot that said Eva thats Carter Patterson I dont think they carry ioploUerllo devoted all his attention tn looking as If ho hadnt waved The Driver said offensive things and drove awayWhat are tho police thinking 07 said Eva that such langusge Is lOll blblo However here Is a rest bus They got in Bcrtte paused on inn Kep Guard he said drive to the near cat slum whoa there to likely to bean attic to let Wot oh said the conductor and nt wot hour hers I ter call fur yet lordshipNever mind said Bertie ashtook his seat we can face the worms togetherHadnt you better speak more more as If you were one of them Eva sreggetd under cover of tM roar and rattle of the bus Thats an Idea he replied Ill drop an h or two next tlnw It will match the color of my Ue twitter Thn conducto name for the tares Ow much said Beetle Whnri to said the conductor As fnr BR yerll tike us for a penny nuld Bartjo Thatll he a penny eafh said the conductor Hertlo counted over sosie coppers cautiouslyDyer want me ter stand ore all dye said the conductor If you want to said Berlin Itll your bl oomini homnlbus haint It Comp on lath the Conductor pay Jcr tore or gi nrfIT I evil hOllY more nf your him pitdrnce Ill call a policeman Berll rptorUhl finding the hs rather a strain flol youd call a policeman you would said ths conductor Youo call a policeman On am you Whats It to you po hi ham l said Berlin Ere get arts said the conductor ringing the bell savagely The bus slowed down You dout catch me staying said Ftertle and pulled the bell again Consequently the bus went on Please stop It said Eva repenting of her poverty und putting a shilling quietly lulu the conductors hand lie rang again Bertie got out Eva fol lowed and the conductor diott away What do we do UowT said Eva Im dying lor a cup if tea IliMtle counted his nhauKO the few shillings that were Ipjl to them In this world No tea he moaned terms a fclum lets find a home nul Im simply dylug for a cup of tea Thriell ho worse things to die for before the six mouths are over Come onThey paused outside a small mixed shop which offered apartments among nlhnr tblugs scch as papers and to buncoUrrllo opened tha door angling a cracked bell They WIII met by a mixed small Do you lliiuk bognu Eva doubt fully I dont know said Berlin It may be morn than wo can afford Ob I hope so said Eva A fat lady appeared through an Inner door Sho was not nicely dressed on the contrary HI ear you avo liapurtmonu said Bcrtlo Dont drop too many Eva whl pared Jtf tai lady rubbed her hand on her apron and looked them up and down she said and we aint rbenill take some of whnt you as said Bertie Our lodgers Is respectable aald tbe fat lady Wo avo seen bettor times JdBertie with humility but dont be ard on me an my wife The fat lady looked rather less un inviting We are n back rootu she mutter top floor That founds just like what we are looking for said Rertie If you win kindly let Ja see It They creaked up souse narrow stairs avoiding the walls Bres tINt room told the fat lady opening a low door In which brown paper supplied tho place of nn absent pnnel eo well that you wouldnt know the difference till you put your arm throughIs said Beetle Even Ire seemed a little startled Then ha recovered himself and remarked cheer folly The very thing How much will this bo now Seven an six said the fat lady This Is very and Mid Birtle and us Just lost all our savings In a bus accidentShe touched If you take It for a month sho said you can ave It fur flveanalx Done aaM Oortle and do we gut it for nothing if we take It for two months And what do you pay us if we take It for threer FIanlx a week Is tho pries she replied you may take It or leave IL And the money down My poor darling said Bertlo fold IDle Eva In lift arms For you I will now work my fngsrc to the bone Dont be foolish she said trig ling to release herself I will write a play and managers shall hear me 1 swear It And when my flagera set to the bono Dont talk rubbish And you shall be the heroine 1 will portray your character You are hungryAwfully Very wolIl Will be back In a moment When Butte returned with a parcel done up In a plea of newspaper Eva was on liar knea staring wildly nt a value leap of coal and burnt paper in tho Irate liar cheeks were ox lauetad with puking and her hair straggled Good until Brtle My little wlfoy hmt boon doing her duty If you talk like that Ill go home said Eva sharply How jolly this ia ho said un wrapping the parcel anti revealing half n loaf and a plea of ckeeee Havent bad such a dinner for many- a dayDinner cried Eva leaping up In ctcltament weur said Bertie rorlQttonlInightDearest you hare been dreaming day dream The likes of us dont diRe with look my play te not even written Lay dined off Ihe bread and chNW- OIf lucky tho took h late said Dertie brushing the crumbs off his trousers It had not occurred to them GOOD to dine on the table because there I noneWell now about that play lie continued How about spending the evening studying some said model You mean at a theater Yes do you think wo can afford It He produced his few remaining shillings We might do a gallery somewhere Jr we can get In Its extravagant said Eva but I dont see how 10 avoid It She was already putting her hat on Bertlo said nothing In hand they strolled out They walked for half an hour Heros a gallery entrance said Bertlo What a horrid crowd said Eva Im sure It will be full up even If we stand Lets go to the box office and find outThey walked iiv Bertlo concealed from her tho fivepound note which ho handed In payment In silence they were shown to a nice box where they could not be seen They said very lit tlo during the performance very little Indeed They seemed to be thinking They came out before It was halt lover for they wero hungry By in start they got Into thu nearest han sum Thoy were shockingly hungry Where to sir Haiti the rabman Bcrtlo avoIded Evas glance 402 Grosvenor square Samson was relinked to SPA them mad sold them tlat the duke bad used itrcpfl Uflguag 0 FOR A SWEET VOICE TLSA PoI SOHOOLOIHL TO AP PRECIATE ITS DESIRABILITY Tlit Voice an Expression of Health Strength Character and Person nitty Indistinct Enunciation Mars Many Voices Some Girls Speak Like Soldiers on the War path Neither Huh Shout Not Cookie When Talking BY MAUOAnCT E SANQSTKH Copyright IMS by JwM =h n Uuvrict Ono of the prettiest sights In the world is that of the yoiing Ipoople on tholr way to school between eight and nino In the morning I like to see the girls between It nnd 1C as they go arm In arm each with hot pile of books in her html chatting gnyly or talking confidentially their day before thorn and not a cloud to dim their sky What a sweet yoke that girl has I hoard some one soy at Elizabeth ran across tho street to meet Bmlly call ing out her cheery good mornluR It was Indeed a swoet voice and had car rying power clear as a bell or a bird note yet It was not loud Voices art as different ai faces Wo pay a great deal of attention In ibis country to training the singing yoke and we are willing to pay teachers large price to develop the tine soprano or tbu rich contralto that everyone admire But for too little trouble Is taken with the speaking voice and It is a pity tar wo sing only occasionally and most of us talk from morning till night If you hear n group of girls talking on the campus or In a street car you I are often pained by the lack of meUJy in their voles Sonic are harsh sad rough others are natal sumo are muffled and croaking a few nro pure nnd silvery Shakespeare who was an nettle observer In speaking df one of his heroines said Her voice was I ever soft gentle and low an excellent thing In woman First and last you find a good many allusions to voices In Shakespeare There lira families in which each seems to try whether or not ho or she can be hoard by speak lag so loudly as to drown the rest This is always a mark of very ill breeding No wellbred parson screams or shouts in tho family or anywhere else A low voice may be beard quite as effectively as one that is loud and shrill If IU posaeeaur has learned the art of managing It roper ly Even In a large building a person who speaks slowly giving every word its full value and throwing the voice from the chest load of from the bead will be heard distinctly In order to have n roll agreeable votes a girl should practice deep breathing cevoral times a day In the open air The voice Is tho expression of health strength character sad personality The lips the teeth the roof of the mouth the palate the vocal cores and the lungs are all Involved In this voice of ours which is our peculiar en dowment and lifts us up to the high cat plans in creation I will suppose that some girl for whom I am writing baa contracted a slovenly way of talking that her voice Is not pleasant and that bar enuncia Lion is Indistinct How shallshe break herself of bail habits Just as she would break herself of a bad habit in any other direction she must set herself to work about this and bo lit downright earnest if she Is to accomplish anything worth while She must remind herself constantly if she Is accustomed to shriek that people around her are not deaf and that If they wero they would hear her as easily if she spoko low as if she spoke loudly Ercry time she bcglnt speaking as if she wero a soldier on the warpath let her call a halt and drop liar voice a tono or two If she has tho heedless method of omitting the final g and saying mornln for morning and cvcnln for evening let her remedy that If she run her words together as too many of us do under the impression that there is no time to spare and that words must tumble over each othor as water tumbles over rocks let her pause and go moro slowly Two girls the other day were ills cussing a third who was a student In a New England college but was a na the of India a high caste girl who bad been taught English In her baby hood You should hear her perfect English one said to the other Shu speaks more slowly than wo do and her voice Is like music Shu Is never the least In a hurry and there Is the prettiest little accent like a fragrance We often notice this crystalline per fection In foreigners who have ac quired English and speak It leas reck lessly and with more precision than we who are to the manner hot n Dear girls take your time There U plenty of It Neither rush nor shout nor cackle nor make a shrill clamor when you are talking but remember Shakespeares low and gentle volco which Is an excellent thing In woman Of course no girl who respects her self ever fumes frets or scolds Thus Is a scolding volco and thorc li a fretting voice and both nro moll repellent Fancy coming suddenly Into the presence of a girl whom you have always thought lowly and at tractive and finding her storming and using Invectives and finding fault In A coarse hateful way that would show you that her character had a very seamy side YOU could never have the same opinion of such a girl again It would be as if under tile fair ontsldo you had seen a gimpieo Hnctbas dark And rcpvUlve within i Probably few girls offend by pis Motv ato vehemence of this kind yet now and then ono who has not learned self control may be betrayed by her tem per and her voice may reveal a state of things thnt those who lovo bor must deploreNot only should you bo careful about your voles in private but do not overlook tho tact that In public pines a girls voice should not be so raised as to make her conspicuous For Instance If you go to a matinee or a concert have In mind tho peo pIe about you who havo bought ticket and wish to listen to the performers and do net lot your own conversation to on at a time when attention should be focuned on the stage It you are In cars or ferry boats make It n title nslthor to discuss your friends nor Men lion absent persons by name Thl In a little world awl you never know but somebody may bo noar you who Knows all about yourself and tho per sons clout whom you am talking A girl may live In New York Philadel phia or Ioulsvlllo and she may bo talking In San Francisco or Calcutta or Bombay with n friend about an other friend whose home Is In Columbus or Tallahassee and sotno un known passer or person standing or sitting near may hear secrets not meant for outsiders and may know perfectly well the people who are mentioned As you grow older you will more and more be amazed to dis cover what a little world tills li and how likely people are to have met other peoplo nil around tho globe Refinement and Intelligent are shown by the voice as quickly as by the race Illiterate people sometimes have sweet voices espuelally In some countries but In ours with our harsh climate keen winds and frequent changes ef weather we shall not hove tho velvet voices of our English cousins unless we make It our ambi lion to obtain thorn Climate of course has a marked effect upon the voice The dweller In the mountain and the dweller by the sea speak In different cadence but you girls wherever you nro may ham sweet voices It you want thorn You will not havo them It may he without nn effort and without taking pains but the effort II worth nicking Dont be affected If you are taught to use the broad a In school and If you hue been aecuutemcd to It at name you are fertu alt for It la correct and pleasing lot to rather funny to hear a girl attest ties bread a It the mire ly ides It en her npeeeh Hkn a bow on a dre uses It sometimes and onetime forgets It Above alt things be natural Affectation ta a tall of Insincerity and strews a shallow Oar actor lie yourself lel cake your self In everything as delightful is you nil MILITARY BRUSH CASE May Be Mate of Material About the Hetwe and Ia Jfot Dimeult to Put Together TJw sire of the caw must of- soars be regulated by the else of tho brushes it la Intended to bold Two piece of stout cardboard should be cut the shape of the back ot brushes but one inch larger all round The piece for the sides Is onehalf Inch deeper than the two brushy would he when placed together and should PRESENT KOU A MAN b two inchos longer titan tho clrcum fercnco of alder as It la wrappvt over to fasten Cover and lino all the pieces with colored linen cloth silk or velvet Tho piece for ono side to be embroil creel as shown In Illustration Sow tho two ovals to the strip about two thirds tho circumference then edge all round with curd Sow n loop of flnu curd under tho unjoined and which Is to bo fastened to a button as Bhowii Personal Visits Personal visits are necessary in recognition of Invitations to dinners luncheon breakfasts balls or another Invitation to an entertainment which Is limited to a selected num bor of guests One should always call within a fortnight after the function A reception or ten Is accounted tvisit and cancels all obligations on tno part of hostess and guest Form- a calls in Iho city are paid boo tween three and 530 oclock In theI afternoon ard tho visit should be a very short ono It is always more com pllmcntary and conutdqrate to observe a friends cloy at homo than to pay her a chance cull on another day Handwork on Gown Exquisite handwork la being lavished upon the swnsof the winter One love ly reception drees had a little bolero which looked very much lIke a babys blouse coat It was cut very short had wide sleeves And a little turnover collar marvelously embroidered A line of em broidery extended nil the way around the border rf the little hereto which by the way was made of broadcloth and was In a pile shade of green to match this gown ROOT PRUNED TREES Method of Treatment of Peach Trees to Secure Deep Tap Roots to Our Illustration Water LevelIpeach trees to start writes n correspondent or the Itural Now Yorker T h o s o trees wore planted In crowbar hole Junebud trees were cut back to that about ono foot of stem was loft above ground The roots were pruned so that not even a stub of a side root was left Wo punched hole with a crowbar right In the brush grows field whore no plowing had boon done for at lout M years The little trees were hilt down Into the holes awl water and sand poured in then packet down haul around the root The white mark shows how far Into Ute ground they were set These tries tlhl trot receive the taro they should bait had and they grew slowly at lust I have dug up quite a number of then to sec what they were doing sad tft every ease thus far they have starter like these In this picture Their Aral effort seems te be a series of taproofk watch dig straight down Into the ground The bottom of the root un der favorable conditions forma a cal Ins and then sends out roots just about like a currant cutting As wll be seen In the picture theee roots go down I have traced them until I feel sure they reached nearly or quili to the water level I take It that the chief object of this deep raotr system la te supply water to the tree That teems to explain why suck trees are better able to stand drought of lack of cultivation than tress with tooth of the root close to the surface I have dug up a good many trees anti nave spiel much time In orchards where dead trees aro being pwIM out ThiMc trees were all plastid in large halos with lug root left M them and sow pain taken to spread these tools rat without cramping ta-I each ronanta I liars never yet band a tree rooted M tame are Wltk tile large note and long roots I rarely ibid a tree with any useful roota muck below two rest Trom the surface On aay rootpruned tree tke taproot are cites six feet or moro under ground Of course we all understand that the beet feeding roots of the tree are In the upper foot or IS mikes The fact that under thla eyeless Jane upper feeding roots are slow to start ware to account for tke slow growth of those trees for the first year or two Later utter the tap or what I tall water root are well fixed the small feeding root eome out from be low the crown of the tree and growth comes rapidly This U the result of planting In a crowbar hale I do not praetlee now but make a large hole and ItI on more side root Why It this U a good thing why give it upT I do not give up tho principle but modify It The crowbar holo Is so small that you can never be sure the air Is kept away from the thatI end of the root It Is absolutely n nary to have this part of the hole packed UFbtolherwllo the root will not form a callus and will rot or dry out Again whore no side roots are left the treo as It forms a head and stops the wind will whirl about In the hole form a large opening at the top and often fall over It Is possible to stake the little tree and bold It firm ly but I think It better to leavo short stubs at the sldo of the roots pruning them from the under side Wo then dig a hole just largo enough to hold the roots without cramping and pound Mil pack tho earth solidly around the roots In this way we do not get just the root growth shown in tho picture but we do get thus far at least a much deeper start than where the tree is planted In a large hole with long roots left on It Thus far I am unable to see any advantage In making a great hole and leaving on tho roots nail every orchard I seo dug out stiffens my faith In the rootprun Lag method 1 think any man who knows much about trees will say that arch roots as I have pictured are more likely to firing water In time of drought than the surface roots which are found on most trees This will arootprunedIlreo Dont Give Up Dont glvo up discouraged when chlngs all go against you Hcmera ber that the true worth of many a nan has boon brought out by the way 10 said Ouch when ho got his fingers I pinched in tho door of adversity Farm Journal I When a plum seedling begins to war It is unsafe t judgo the value ot i he fruit by the toUt crop It two crops Ire of no value showing the quality o bo port then It Is time to graftI Ir destrc tho tree BAD ROADS EXPENSIVE- A Timely nnd Pertinent Discussion of the Needs of Rural Districts In fall winter and spring the farm er has tho best opportunity of nppro elating tho cost to him of bad roads In the fall the mud Is deep In some ot tho highways especially those on i L I rltheup tho deeply cut ruts remain nut when not covered deeply with snow are a constant Impediment to trams They are worse than tho dust In the r summer or the mud at the two tail I of winter In tire most northern pariIof the country such ruts are with snow during most of the time they are rosen but this Is not true of all tho country South of the rlloIgion whore snow lies all winter strip of country hundreds ot mileslwide whore the ground Is frozen for months but where the snow coyote II it for but a short time In this strtpIifwhich extends from tho Missouri river to Iho Atlantic coast the roads ors very bad for many months of the cold est part of the year except where sash road are made of gravel or are on a soil gravelly by nature The rats damage vehicles of nil kinds and fre quently break harnens whoa heavy loads are being drawn The force ex pended by ooreee in pulling loads over soot roads is far In Ue8IfII of the t forte required to pull a load over even a poor earth road In summer This la the Unto of year says the Farmers Itevlew when farmers Nave time for organisation of floetfUe for road Im provement Local societies for the tm provement of the roads are far moro etfeOlve than great national associa lone because the local societies have no local jealousies to overcome If the people of any community can bo brought to a realisation of how ox pensive bad roads are they will take measures to remedy them The plan sat will do in one locality will not do la another for the reason that Melt locality has Its particular road problem There is only one thing inewhich there II n similarity and that Is that In each community bad roads are expensive It oU more to keep up A bad road than It does a poor ORe but the people seldom reallio this for the reason that tke tax II distributedover n multitude of thingsmen ear riage horses harms and the like The good road ota little to keep up In cnmparteon but the coat appears tarp beeauee It II all to be found on the torns hooks The aentlraMt In favor of Improving the road dude IU Krealeet aUmuIue in the expcMirencM of poor roads Where bad road aro toterated from year to year the pea pie have never taken time to render the low tucUlMd from the had road Agitators tor road improvement will And their atmgeet argument to be the loasec ensued by the roads In their poor condition If a man can take Ute time to go about his community aced make a hat of the accidents to hone wagons and nameee that have oeIcurred for yeses buck he will AAdihimself In poaneeeton of a most p erful argument In favor of WIImprovement of tile highways ante array of fact will bo a to the men who bare furnished the data for nose of them have ever eortJered the magnitude of the ag gregate locuss The road system or the Untied State la one of the wren derful things In the world and the Hke of It is not poceeesod by any oUt- er nation but these are many points- at which It can he improved The vastness of this road system Is IU weak nOlIIiUSEFUL IDEA FOR BRIDGES Safe nnd Serviceable Which the Partner WillStructurof Easy to Build t t- On y the majority of farms there li need for one or more bridges Too often they are poorly constructed and not kept In repair Resulting from such neglect a horse the best one always goca through and breaks a leg or n loaded I4 11wagonand then after damage fbuildI my farm makes It necessary to have a number of bridges After planning all manner of crossover arrangements I finally adopted tho ono shown In the llluctratloti says a writer In the PrairielFarmer and when built of good It Is a very lasting and serviceable af fair It is especially valuable where a 1Thebear DAIRY GLEANINGS Bad flavors In butter aro often caused by the water used In wash tag it- Fall v calving Is coming largoly Into favor as by It tho milk supply Is kept uniform throughout tho year Where cream can bo sold from the farm at n fair price It Is the surest way ot making profit out of tho cows Keep your eyes open and when you see your neighbor about to turn offs a good calf Slit It yourself U you can I i I 11 HHH 4 I BereaTeachers I Club ADDRESS ALL LRTRRS Pox PUBLICATION TO 0 D LKWII liKasi KY T oHIH I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I 1 t I II4 Clionte boat Men In the Louisville Herald for Jan uary 28 appears a face familiar to most persons who hare boon shutouts In Boron within tho last four years Ii is that of our friund Taylor Gab OsloyITho writer has often been naked by young men mostly lonchors if ho thought it wise for n young man to I enter politics Ills auHwer was uni formly this If you want to make tho world bettor by living in it and desire to give your site to tho service of your fellow men and if you fuel that you Imvo unflinching courngo und uu iron will11f1f Kentucky needs nil tho young mon of that kind in polllica that she can got and I though UK a loaahor you are doing grout goodot as a clean honast unfolfsh politician your fluid of use i fuluuBH will bo broudonoJ It is true that too often tho offices I of trust in our counties and stuto aro loft to men who are after the titanoy they bring and not tho opportunity they offer to reader Bonlco to sooioty Let such men iw wo know Taylor Oabbard to tar nil our ootnlty olfoee and our legislative hulls at Frankfort anti vo will see not only education A but every good thing movu forward oa wo have never known it to do before I Club niembora and teachers you are out of tho school room now but you are londaro and touchum in your communltfufls yet tho bust ch1 n- and e Wn brain of adept Kmiluok is tours- amouget the country toualiurs Pio- out strong men from your number who will sillnIl firm through all temptation put thom before tho hOlMXIantlllltlJ1lIgtJlItO qf our government etato an well oa local Uy no other work can you ware richly blues your lritrmrre pooploI CefHrato Ute Itdtl Immnrtmtml IM4 WKtMHCky Although tho form keeps tha hill ance of trade In tho nations favor furnishing two thirtls of our exports antI contributing to our manufactur fug mipromooy by producing ulwap foul for our mechanics yet oom paratively little has been done toward educating tho farmer for bis work 0Wilson U S Dept Agricul ture The farmers boy In the 00111 should have the privilege of attending a school In as comfortable a sot house with as good oquipmont a for nil long a torm na tIll oily boy lie should also have a teacher aa thoroughly trained in his profession as the Stale is able to produce An old Pruwlau maxim is as follows Whatever you wish to appear in theme of a nation you must put into Its schools If It bo possible by proper uduoa lion to unable a young farmer to make two blades of gross grow wbero- only one grew before and to teak two cars of corn or two heads of p wheat grow where ho had only bar 1vctod ono before thou such educe non PUs Four years ngo I drove by nn old worn out field The fence bad bean torn down und tho persimmon sprouts and broom sadgro had talon posses sionTho root of tho old cabin built h the pioneer farmer had fallen in nu 1 buzzard sat upon tho dllulltlatttJIwalls It was a desolate Last July I drovo by tho same place This time it was downI a shady lane On either torn field that bid fair to make 1a 60 to 70 bushels per hero Ai splendid barn and an elegant farm house hud lakeu the place of tbo old braId r HHowMany Birthdays You must have had sixty at it least I What Only forty Then it must be your gray hair Ayers Hair Vigor stops these frequent birthdays It gives all the early deep rich color to gray hair and checks falling hair And it keeps the f scalp clean end healthy 14 troubled with dandruff whl h theproduclsealp 17hair alo 1 othtlihAVID I a lead C KIMKK ll iuOeldCoun k Xed J O AJIT 00 Ixjwtll Lice nuufeoturtri of uau1 lJJers SARSAPARILlAPILLS CKWY PECTORAL order system and scientific farming r drhorIThe reply was I dunno zactly a ulIIllboughthave somo sort onloight at farming Tho secret of the mutton is he was an educated funnier Tho place to lay tho foundation Cora change in this stale of affairs is in tho school room but in order to make it effective tho school rooms of tho State must bo presided over byI teachers who are not only educated in tho bronchos now taught UlldI trained professionally for their work hit who are also well versed in tho momentary principles of tho science of agriculture Statistics show that the nbflityof a people to ultra money is in direct pro portion to tho amount ot education they have received It mattoro little whether thoy bo bunkers merchants lawyers or farmers A blacksmith in outs of our Inrgq cities makes ovorI 2000 n year and yet ho does uoth fug but tho bondwork Others doI tho anvil lie line a oolJ education Think of a Icollttgo graduate being a blacksmith lint why not if ho con make a finnnotal sucaans of It It ill cortaill ly nn honorable occupation Tho most productive thing in the world is not a dollar tar two dollars but a thing that is not material a thing that tnakm 8birMcominerc Mnd men it is a BOY and above all bolt AMERICAN hoyDr Lyman alii Kentucky lyu many of theo Ameri all bop and floor Bpeoiraotw cannot bo found in the civilised world Tlw paramonnt duty of this Comma wMlth in to make proper proviia tor a spatem of public chooIa that girlkequalfootingany other Slate in this Union If It is criminal in the sight o men to starve and infolroat the muchIlira In ignorance Southern Education tmmiiNTO T IIUIIKA ISOIIIloIlVin are the tiaum of stu dents ID toile Departtneat 1 Bww Oolhge- AwlwsoMGeo Jadnon moo JaytyI Bawler B A Joo w May F Range J K Johnson Lola all13cgRsl4hitt S Ktffer Albert Bold KlHwr Kimbrall I R Drown Luther Kinimrd Prank Uunlelta NI Lewis Etta Burgaea U M Logan Howard Burtt ISrcrvtt Lucaa Alox Caldwoll Mario LulwfanlJao Callahan Juno MoClur Eugene Campbell S MeClure Harry flay wood It N McClure Pearl Oaywwxl S McKee Austin Dora Marsh Eliz 11Christuer n Mason Caroline HurryClickCollinsworth T Noel rcleUe Combs Gilbert Nou Martha Cox Ifred Ogg Aden Crongor Jim Oaboruo n II Ctmhmnn Geo Qundo Henry DoIJnuu Claude Hoece May Diznoy Howard fleece Wm L Fredd N Pee Mary Boss Andrew M hns ROM David P Penn Mabel Sorivnor Sam Plnnery A Slmokleford F ClydeFowler MnryFrongiFrith Gco Stout llobt Gardnor L Strange Win Gllrrott Eugono Switaer Howard IOlrnrdln Jacob Thompson E B EuganlIurriHon IfiitfloldLooiinrd Tald Alwin D AmyIlieronymusJB C lull Lester Wallaco M Hopkins Bertha Wnshburn Hoz- HounchollTlieo Wnahburn M HublHil Noel Whooldon V Huff Jotwo S Whoelor Prank Huloll Gertrude Wilson Nora Hunt Kollio Wright Bonj P- llrlpklnylnc Cln 1lnlr Tem 1100 Bogio Allon McClish Fred Disney Walter MoDauiol Prank Duncan Wm Mnrlowo Oscar Dwyor D J Mnrlowo Walter Hopkins Andrew Moxloy Goo Husking Jno Murray M J Hudson Daniel Peak Oliver E Jasper Torril flay Hnllio Johnson C L SwanerJovus M Nurnlncniiil Aiipllnl Soldier Winter Term IUO- OBcatty Mrs A King Nina Combs Adeline Meisenholtor M Emerson Hazel Ituthorfprd BUn Howard Lizzie Taylor A B History of the Eighth Kentucky 1Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil War J If If7a rJ IOnwith Lieut Cox and twenty more I tho recruits wo returned to Estill Springs and were pworn into the U sorvico for three years or during tho war unless sooner discharged by proper authority Hcoruiting parties with squads wero daily arriving Tho Colonels long rows of neat cottage buildings woro full and n largo quantity of lumber procured to build quarters Wo were bountifully supplied with excellent boot und bacon The services of an experienced baker woro secured who furnished us good brood full rations of oolFee and sugar nnd often n wagon load of potatoes wore ditnipud into oamp as donation from soinu good old fanner But tho in sufficient number of skillets frying pan And coffee tote promiscuously gathered up and brought in by thoughtful recruits and tho groat number of selfappointed Inoxporltm cod oookfl caused confusion until no little discord To avoid this a curtain number of cook were selected for each oomimny or part of company to attend to culinary affairs nlone After this judicious arrnngomunt wo live well for soldiers und many of those ouiiiimuy cooks wore thoro given nick names that thoy onrried tlirougliont this war Ono Hncrfe serupulowee n g the dleholoth received the affec donate imiae of mother L Ward Company P kindly answered to the etcfJamison arrived with a full oomimny from Juutnakfp Winhoru with another squad arrived r Lieuttwithtoa ORtue CoinrMiiy B By the 18th October thero were no lees thin fifteen parts of companies and tut eompmifoe in camp Ool Barnes iu formed iw that oonitmnles could hav only until the 10th November to eourp fete their orgHnintlous Thal- t eoutklerable splitting of squads too place and purls of squads bolting t oUter parts of oojnmtniee the men- not being 1leleesclwith the selfish Br raugeiuento their recognised leaders wore trying to umko with others so curing to themselves a lieutenantcy and making no prorwion for oven iKNiootnuitoionml officer for any of their devoted followers Thus men woro after being sworn iu allowud to leave any comp any not full an join what company thoy chose an then hero n choice in tho selection of company officers even down to 8th corporal The 28d October our encampment was thrown into a furor of excitement on the receipt of the news of Gen Zolliooffer and hw rebel horde being dofoHtod iu tin spirited little fight at Wild Cat Mountain by a Cow regiments of ludianians and a Cow raw Kuntucky recruits About the 28th October Captains Muyhow Mo Daniel and J B cantons ootnpani ea from Barlwurvillo and Manchester arrived at tho Springs Our re caption of this important addition tour o command was enthusiastically warm and noisy Those companies had smelt powder a Wild Cat and wo mot thorn in the town of Irvine with musio und much cheering and escorted them as conquering ho to our oimp Tho measles had broken out among us and notwithstanding good medi cal aid was secured several hundred of tho Eighth boy went through this sickening contagion Though none died inunodlately from tho disease it no doubt subsequently caused the death of a largo number Several hours each day wero spent in an awkward attempt at drill Pro gross was unavoidably slow as nearly all tho selfappointed ollicors and drill sergeants wore as little in tactics as the men who found difficult to habituate thomsolves t being disciplined by such awkward superiors LieutenantColonel May Major G B Broadhusnnd Captain Powell had served in tho Mexican war as Lieutenants and Captain R B llicknmu had attended a military school n tow months previous to joining the Eighth All the other oilicors wore novices in tactics ran regulations Prom tho 1st to tho 10th of No vombor tho principal excitement in dump was the splicing of squads into companies and tho election of officers With so much electioneering disci pline existed only in name Thoro woro some oxoi1 ing and uncomforta bly close races but tho best of humor prevailed defeated aspirants cheer fully acquiescing iu tho choice of tho majority IThu 18th November ten companies organized with maximum number making an aggregate of a tow over nine hundred The nowly elected company officers mot and de hided upon tho letter and rank of oach company as follows Co A Mayhow1st Co B Captain A D Powell 1st Lieut I Neal 2d Lieut J Blackwell Co C Captain John Wilson 1st Lieut Win Park 2d Lieut Casmus Park Co D Captain R B Jamison 1st Lieut J P Gumm 2d Lieut T Carson Co E Captuiu R B Hickmun 1st Lieut C D Benton 2 l Lieut Perry Nickolls Co F Captain John B Banton let Lieut Barton Dixon llughcsCo1st Lieut Caleb SpollcerCo1st Lieut Wade B Cox WrightICnptnln 1st Liout Crooks AmyCo1st Lieut Wesley Stewart 3d Lieut Wm Smallwood eel S M Barnes was chosen as Colonel Reuben May of Clay comity LieutenantColonel Green B Broodhus of Madison Major John S Clark of Irvine Adjutant and Timothy Paul of Cloy Chaplain Three days after wo received an entire outfit of camp and garrison equipage except tents Tho arms wore tho old altered muskets With OOgantoand tho officers were becoming lode fatigable in study and drill majorItyhad become convalescent About 1this time the Colonel received orders upIevening of tho iftth November a thekprinoilK11I ing above her a largo and beautiful silk Hag made by then expressly for gift to tine Eighth Kentucky The perndethoughaas the Imbilitnonts of nny thirty or forty citizens usually are The proper salutation had to bo made hinddcloset column by division when Joseph Clerk Jr made the presenta windingtthat Hag to victory never let it be deserted or dishonored by brave Kmituckinust Tho throbbing hearts and quivering lips ofour brave mountain boys responded Neverl Nucor then guru three cheers for the loyal ladies of old Estill To He OstillNiietl Ono morning a Sundayschool was about to be dismissed and the young store wero already in anticipation of relaxing their cramped little limbs af toe tho hours of confinement o straightbacked chairs and benches whoa the superintendent arose and instead of tho usual dismissals announced And now children lot me introduce Mr Smith who will give us a short talk Mr Smith smilingly arose after gazing impressively around the classroom began with I hardly know what to say whoa the whole school was convulsed to hear a small thin lispThny down Savannah Ne- wsKEEP CLEAN cleanedoJ C The Wet End Barber Shop Phone 6 flea n suit is all it will cost you PUBLIC SALE lllun driiM Iliriu Crop ami Slork On Thursday January 251000at 1my residence near Manse Qarrarc county Ky I will soil to the high cot bidder my farm of ninetythret notes of good rich fertile land in a high state of cultivation It is well improved line good fencing a good cottago of six rooms hall and floe porches Also good collar lasting cistern good outbuildings two good ponds and springs two good stoc barns ono good tenant house of tot rooms uaaone porch Fruit of all kinds and good grape arbor c iJL L 4J JINGLES AND JEStS Cupids On me Love le a some of tardfl at best Kings queoru and knaves and all the rest At In the pooh bat na one know What sort or hand young OwpIJ throw Out to each sentimental pMt SIbylher smile proclaim her blest Doris asserts with air distressed She holds no trump whleh clearly shows Love la a game DIck finds that diamonds give zest While Charles for clubs makes his request Spades terminate MyrtlltaB woes But when It cornea to g aaslnK nose Hearts always So tis manifest Love Is a game Puck+ Consideration- Mr Juggles says he IH a self made mini Very considerate of him rejoined Miss Cayenne to take cure to relieve his friends of all responsibility Washington Star Material Proof Mother Now Willie when I have to punish you It hurts me worse than It dues you- Willie resentfullyWhy nlnt you ahollerla then lialtlmoru American Mow She Knotr I ting up to O said Marie Ive often been told BO you see Wheneer I stag high The folks who ere nigh Invariably murmur On gee Kansas City Times A Use For It Is that block headed fellow a col legion 7 Yes and his block head comes In mighty handy In bucking the line PHtsburg Dispatch A Mere Superstition Children are a poor mans blessing you know Yes I suppose Its because be does not send them to college Chicago RecordHerald i Sot Ills Two souls with but a single thought Were Bess and Ous but bleu us By lust one look at Gus were taught The single thought Is HOBS Philadelphia Press Didnt Work Well Young Mother sihenilngly Every body says the bally looks like you Itlch Old UncloOeo hoslphat Id better stop drinking New York Weekly Ill Excuse Rev Gunbusta Youug roan always take the straight and narrow path Do Style Cunt I own au automo bile Chicago Inter Ocean TOnly n Dream As he told her of Ms love She hwoke with joyous scream To find herself the victim of A lobster supper dream Brooklyn Life Money In Fruit Yeast What fruit Is there the most motley hl- CrimsonbeakInsurance plums I guess Yonkors Statesman t ItUHjr Sfodlra Doesnt he pmctlc uny religion Xo hp practices on every religion lies a professional knocker San Francisco Hxamlncr Beyond the Speed Limit Althoufli ho ate so fast at first lie did so unmolested But his digestion by and by Was suddenly arrested New York Mall Sot Always Alike Mother Now remember Sandy that three feet snake a yard Sandy V front or back yardNew York Press Stranger Titan Fiction He fill poor toy he fell For he was only human tellnChicago RecordHerald Dc ned Johnny Pa what Is a canal PaA body of land surrounded by scandal Tom Watsons Magazine Congressional Prophecy Our statesmen soon will gather fast Their wisdom to express Theyll do more work this year than last They couldnt do much less Washington Star How lie Made It Did he wake his college team1 Yes ho made his college team i tired Cleveland Plain Dealer The Wnr They no A pair of shoes may hurt like sin For weeks and then about The Ump wo got them broken In They ltart to breaking out New Orleans TimesDemocrat 7NotLost caused the accident llocker lie suddenly gained control of his machine lirooklyn Life v Discreet Though money talks saytItself away Philadelphia Press The Grafter Did ho retire on his money oen Ms nerve and other people money Detroit Free Press And Tkala No Lie TIs said that Atlas held the world nut some folks at the story scoff any man held It today kYou bet hed try to lug tt off Baltimore New Whyf DyerAny fool can ask questions Ryer Why do you Judge The Reckless ChnnHe r He who kills and tides away May live to kill ror her day Clevtar + 1 Des- lMtll J t Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office S R BAKER Dentist o6TefVrlntlniOffleo BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without p ln Somnoforvo ROBERTS HOSKINS Real Estate Agents Deeds Abstracted OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Office Hour from 0 to 1 = n m Farms town property etc for labor to rent Call and see mo if you wish to buy or sell property Real Estate I have quite a number of building lots and some improved property In Berea for sale I also have a 10aore place with a I twostory house on it lying icka the corporation for 050 Also farm and timber lands ii Madison Rockcastlo and Estill coin tiesAnyone desiring such property should call on me J P BICKNELL Berea Ky MonumentsURNS STATUARY OF Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds dono in a workman liko manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Strejta Iure lnple Syrup Anyone desiring to have pure maple syrup delivered to them about March 10at 110 per gallon should order at once of C F Can field At present have ordors amounting to 00 gallons I IImanami is me synonym lOr t strength and purity It is sold in almost nil the civilized countries of tho globe- If the cod fish became extinct it would be a worldwide calamity because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses all other tots in nourishing and lifegiving properties Thirty years ago tho proprietors of Scotts Emul sinn found a way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone cnn tnkoit nod get tho full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Einulsi in is tho best thins in the world for woult backward children thin delieue people and nil conditions of wasting nnd lost strength Sent tar her e Kph SCOTT A now n CHEMISTS 40941 PBABI BTURCT KBIT TOOK SOe and tlM All draggtoU i v u 1 The CitizenA- nJ Independent Family Newspaper t Published every Thurwlaf at Bores Ky I t BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos 1 PAYABLE lf ADVANCE 1100RlxmontbiThree month U Send money by Post omee fonl1 Order Xx ltegnteredtterThe date after your name show to what date changedWuhanavotiJr UJ loNedlIIultkerlptlon Payinf all arrmn otherwlto wa shall ntlder they with It continued chllnglnrourasrel1ID offIsplied It we are notified Agents wanted In every locality Writs for larms Anyone sending us tour yearly sub riptlona wul receive Tin CITIXSM no one h r r How to Win in Life Tbe traits which make for success are deflnltemus of aim clearness of View tenacity of purpose the power of concentration and the faculty which with some men appears to be a kind of sixth sense of quickly apprehending and promptly grasping the main chance Definiteness of aim Is the first essential There aro thousands yes millions of people who go through life without any definite aim whatever They live from day to day content It II they are able as they go along to satis fy their dally necessities Those peo ple remarks the Philadelphia Inquirer play their part In the progress of civ a ilization which requires the coopera tion of all and they may themselves enjoy a fair share of happiness but success In any considerable measure is riot for such The man who gets there to use the current and conveni ent slang Is he who starts with the purpose of arriving at some predeter mined goal not the ono who wanders along any road he may chance to strike without knowing or much caring where it Is going to lead him Dut It Is not r enough to plan one must also execute and Ills here that the obstacles are en countered which so many fall to over come The purpose once formed must be maintained In spite of occasional or even repeated failures and although tile ambitious striver may seem not to be getting forward he must not relax his efforts or allow himself to become discouraged lie must still keep push Ing along Ho must cultivate a little philosophy for his comfort and assist ance and remember that his experience is not exceptional It Is the regular thing Only a very few having set their purpose high reach the goal of their expectations at a single bound Rome was not built in a day Concentration of effort Is another very valuable If not indispensable quality Many men of rY ability and deserving fritter their tal ents away through the multiplicity of their undertakings It Is by much the best to devote ones energies and pow ers to the achievement of a single object and having made the choice of what is most desirable to sacrifice the rest Distractions are always detri mental and sometimes fatal When Atalanta turned aside to run after the golden apples Mllanlon threw she lost the race The ability to appreciate an offering opportunity and the courage to grasp it when to do to involves some risk is another characteristic usually found In the preemelnently successful lie who Is content to stand on a lower rung of the ladder will never reach the lop nor will he go far who fears to climb t A consular report holds Japan re sponsible for half the trouble that 1s slow worrying the hide and leather market When she went to war with Russia she hud to shoo with leather half a million won who bad been ac customed to wear straw sandals In doing this she drew heavily on the worlds supply of tanned hides and the effects of thlll drain are still felt In the leather markets It the Japs continue the habit thus acquired of wearing leather twills tilt Japs will have to lake to raising cattle I Tho city council of Ixis Anpolof b- anf ordinance has put Its olllclul ban on the chorus girl who appears clad Ii tights Nothing objectionable will be permitted on thu stage is the decree of the council nod tllli word objec tionable has been construed to mean thu uppuurunco or woman lu lights rThe formur homo In New York ol Richard Croker Ix lu be sold und the name of tbo most powerful municipal toss Hluiw William AI Tweed will suns xmiiu little In tint city which he ruled The point suuiim to bo wall taken that the harnessing or Niagara about which wu hoar so much In of no particular burxitit to the people Thu power companies aro monopoly log the ndvantuguH and are selling their power to tilt public at a rate no lower than that of coal madu elec tricity A recent report says that In an Undo TOIIII Cahill production the dogs were good but they hcd POOl support y U CAPITALS MADE TO ORDER Australia Is to Follow the Examples of the United States and Russia The Australian commonwealth tak ing a loaf from the history of the United States has decided to bullfi a new capital which shall bo free from the influences of either of the great sections It will build the apical lit erally from the ground up and bas selected a site not far from the pretty village of Dalgety on the flnowy river Dalgety might have slumbered In pas toral obscurity for the next hundred years but for the assumed necessity of Australia to have a capital in a place which nature had designed tor a village It Is 30 miles from toe nearest railroad station and even when that distance Is spanned by the iron way itlll further connections must be built to link It with the main Victorian sys tem Henry Stead in the Independent estimates that cost of the railroad con struction entailed will be JSSOOOOO and that water supply public build ings and lent purchase will carry the total of the expenditures for the new capital up to I1SOCOOOO After the city Is built It will be a purely artificial capital just as Washington Is but It will have a very much smaller population the assumption being that It will not exceed 50000 An artificial captal one created by flat as a result of a compromise be tween rival sections or decreed by as sumed political necessity Is an experi ment under the best circumstances and usually falls short of being a metrop obis Washington and St Petersburg are examples Washington Is simply the seat of the federal government nothing more It has disappointed the expectations of Its founders that it would become an emporium a busy mart a port a city that should bo an Illustration In Itself of all the activI- ties of a great and busy country Beauty It has but business It has not In population It Is far below many cities that we are wont to think rJ as classIinhabltIantsest census St Petersburg Is realty a I great port commanding a heavy sea borne trade but In fact it only di vides tho honors of the capital with Moscow The latter has the greater hold on tho affections and traditions underrnine1ItNapoleon was right when be held that I Moscow was the capital to be struck by an Invader of Kuanta Australia has one advantage which neither the United States nor Russia enjoyed when they created their artl tidal capitals Its arse Is fixed and t determined The capital will always bear the same geographical relation to I every Australian region that It will have In the beginning In this coun try the capital Is conveniently situated to only a very small section The United States have expanded into re glons that the founders of Washington thought would be wildernesses for many generations to come Similarly Russia has grown so far and so fasl I that St Petersburg Is In a corner very remote to provinces that are populous I and progressive in regions that were l not even Russian when Peter the Great began to drive the piles for the faun dations of his capital SUBWAY HURTS CABBIES Theater Trade That Once Vent to New York Jehus Now Goes to Cars Youd never guess the difference the subway has made in our business said the old time night cab driver according to the New York Sun I should say that night fares from the theater district and Broadway have fallen off Dne fourth since last December- It used to be that a man In evening clothes especially if accompanied by u woman wearing garments easily soiled would hesitate before crowding Into a surface car AII tor walking from Broad way to one of the elevated roads that was almost out of the question The result was that the great majority of thea ter and opera pat rods who could raise the price went homo In carriages Now Its different After the theater the crowds walk to the restaurants for lunch then they drift along to the sub way entrance at Fortysecond street and Broadway or at the Grand Central Men and women who would scorn the elevated or surface cars when in evening dress do not balk at the subway They find the stations and cars generally clean and roomy and when they get up town whore there Is no one to see them they do not mind walking a few blocks to save a cab fare Our greatest loss is In Brooklyn pa trans It used to be almost a sure thing that wed get a bunch of Brooklyn people down as far as the Bridge atleast Then the Brooklyn people had to take a crosstown car or walk half way across the town at one end or the other to get an elevated train Now the subway takes them right to the Bridge entrance Why now one can go from Fortysecond street clear to the outskirts of Brooklyn without going from under shelter if the weather is bad Its going to be still worse for us whon they get the subway running un der the river Hospitable Policeman to trampI want your name and address Tramp sarcastically Oh yer do do yor Well me name is John Smith an me address Is Number One the open air If yer call on me dont trouble ter knock but just walk InScotsman th ltn lrrlrnnt tlp iftiglrrstI iuty nf Jrnfrl15iuual Unmttn WHITNEYII a HEN I say that a career weighed against domesticity for a woman leaves all the argument on the side of the home life with practically no defense for the other I am not decrying a career Far from it I I make the point merely that when a choice must be made between the two there is on the side of her profession the work she has cut out for herself no valid reason for withholding her from her proper plactthe work that the accomplishIThis sounds like a generalization but it has individual application J base my views naturally on my own experience and on that of the women I have known who have deserted public life for matrimony and childbearing as well as those who have never ventured beyond the threshold in other than a social way In my own estimation a career for a woman if it comes through the necessity for breadwinning or to satisfy a craving in herself is the best preparative for the domestic life to follow But it must have sincerity at its root If a woman is honest in the pursuit of her pro fession whatever it be she will be broadened and strengthened I believe thoroughly that my ten years as a lawyer have given me greater ltoIhome I believe too that the position I held as attorney for the Legal Aid society brought me into contact with a large number in a way that enabled me to dOa great deal of good And yet I say this work ofmine is nothing as compared with my destiny as a homemaker Whether all experience would be as happly as mine or even the majori ty of cases it would be hard to say The individual counts for so- muci ami the husbands attitude toward the professional wife To revert to my own case my husband objected that I did not re tain my maiden name in my professional work after my marriage This I would not consent to do He was exceedingly jealous too for me of my professional reputation But with all this generosity I think it requires a great deal of tact to let the man who feels you have a place apart in the outside world know himself the master in his home as he should be- There I is always the question of whether the woman used to the adulation or even comradeship of the many can content herself with the more solitary and restricted existence he must have as a wife But this again is so largely a matter of temperament that prophecieI arc impossible Speaking broadly ft woman professional happier married where there is any true congeniality- I I do not wish to be understood as underrating womans intellect or womans work The whole thing resolves itself I think into the I limits nature has imposed As the mother she has had her highest duty assigned her Through all the ages that has kept her in the home and her work outside of it has not been of the kind to create any great stir in the world nor can I concede that it would be greatly missed This does not however detract from iU value to herself or to civilization ttft1flrL to illife- W11ut Hast Urtr5i By REV JOSEPHUS STEPHAN Methodist Putor St Louis Some one has said Youth is made up of blunders middle age is taken up in trying to repair them and old age spent at the inability to do 50One of the common est mistakes of the young man is his failure to discern the true character of temptation- To the unsuspecting temptation always has in it a brilliancy and promIisedfriendship to stab under the fifth rib The devil never appears with his I cloven hoofs his horns and his pitchfork lie usually comes in the garb of the most polished and courteous gentleman and hence he can number his victims by the multitude The man who disregarded the legend Dont monkey with the buzz saw when he beheld for the first time this fascinating saw ap parently stock still and investigated it by putting his foot against it was wiser but minus some of his toes And he is a good picture ofevery young man who contrary to the advice of experience trifles with sinAnother blunder is that of a flippant view of early life That is thinking that real life does not begin in youth that this period before the graver and larger responsibilities is merely a sort of playtime be fore the taking up of school trifling and unimportant Hence there are no maxims so popular as Go it while you are young Sow your wild oats and Never too late to mend and they have been the guideboard to many a ruined life Instead of the popular idea that it is a sort of necessity for the young man to sow wild oats and as a necessity not dangerous but an advantage it really is his greatest curse For wild oats must have a harvest and that har vest is one of shame The fact is that the sowing of this period of youth determines the whole after career of the individual and affects us in some particulars even after grace does its work Our future is fixed largely in the first 20 years of life Certain tendencies habits convictions and characteristics physical mental and moral rhown then appears through the whole after career Moments then are worth years afterwards and opportunities lor- tunes One momentcrucial and trembling with destiny in this period may have wrapped up in it the outcome of all the years of time and the cycles of eternity There are certain seasons in the Alps when even a breath of air may bring death to the unwary traveler He is warned to travel quietly for on steep slopes overhead the snow hangs so evenly balanced that the sound of a human voice or the report of a gun may cause sufficient vibration in to disturb the equilibrium and bring an avalanche that will overwhelm everything in ruin in its downward path And so it is with youthful days So evenly balanced are the influences so susceptible is the moral nature that the least choice the mere touch of anothers life the unnoticed incident may de tgtmj1ic destiny 0 J I HONEY IN SOLID FORM theIkeepers Boo keepers are now trying to cdti nte the American housekeeper in the wisdom of buying honey In solid orm The Ignorance on this simple sub teat la so general said an expert on beee and honey that the majority of women seeing part of a bottlo or oornb of honey granulated or sugary will refuse to purchase It thinking U has been adulterated with glucose As a matter of fast while honey which has been mixed with other substances may retain its liquid form In definitely all that Is absolutely puro will granulate In time Some kinds are slower than others bu If placed In a cool atmosphere most varieties will become perfectly solid In about two weeks Heretofore In an effort to sell their extracted honey bee keepers have been subjecting it to a great heat and sealing It while hot In airtight bottles Thu treated it WIll remain In the llnuld form which Is pleasing to the average housewife for a long Unto especially If kept on the shelves of a heated store as Is usual ly the ones Often however this honey has been taken from the store room of large apiaries In solid form and melted before twins bottled It WM the difficulty which bee keepers experienced In preventing the alfeUa honor from granulating that rand then think of educating the public up to the point of baying It in a block This In the honey made from the alfalfa of Colorado sad the west sad It granules so readily that It le a hard matter to keep It In the liquid state for any length of tllas Nosey In solid form Is cheaper tuenuse the expensive bottling proc ees tf not neceeenry and It Is earto handle and ship The honey Is peered into molds of the desired sire sad shape In a cellar where the tem perature U 41 degrees or tower sad aatuft is allowed to take lu courts When thoroughly hardened It la wrapped la oiled paper to Pep it airtight and placed in a pasteboard tax with aa outer covering of paper We had some hooey wrapped like this on oar shelves subjected to the heat of tie atmosphere all last summer and except that the outer surface of the block beeaate slightly moist It re aahsed intact OraMhUed honey sells at M eeuU for 20 ounce White stay honey will remain la liquid form all wteUr If kept In a worm room adulterated honey will not granulate The housekeeper who buys this tweet la a solid block therefore hue one aC the Deit proofs possible that It la absolutely pure ro reduce It bask to liquId she has only to eel off the desired amount sad melt it the same as she would av with maple sugar GEESE KILLED IN FLIGHT Whole Fweka ef Wild Fowl Sato times Mitt with Death in Winter Strata The large blackhearted goose U a strong hardy bird genitally remain ing oa iU own native water until the tee forma firmly In the south It Is only a visitor for the winter months Born on some lake beyond the northern watershed or perhaps on some In let In Hudson bay or the Arctic oeean Its heart is ever loyal to the land ot Its birth Sometimes when the cold weather prollliI suffer from their devotion to their native place They may at this late season fly rliiht Into a streak of real win ter with striving snow to blind their vision and bitter frost to halt their niGht If there is storm tholr way leads right through It until the leaders eyes ore closed by tho freezing of the snow about the head or its feathers become too heavily weighted When the sight has gone and the birds are wearied It lis easy to see how misleading Is much tho talk about tho leadings of an extra sense Llko a ship without a rudder tho Vshaped flock will make for and pull up In most dangerous and ill suited places Once a flock came tumbling Into tho street of an eastern townships vII lago where the half blinded things be came the easy prey of the boys ind dogs of the place In another place a farmer chanced one spring to find the frozen oarcansoa of more than 30 fine geese In a drift In one of the fence corners The birds had evidently como to earth In some blinding storm and Imagining they were nearing water found Instead the hard snow covered ground There aro several Instances recorded of flocks of geese In a storm running full tilt Into the ends or sides of farm buildings A large brood flew at full ape lid against the rigging of the whal- Ing i steamer Dart recently off tho New foundland coast A damp snowladen wind was blowing at tt time and 11 dead or dying geese fluttered on to the deck bo others alighting In a halt dead condition upon the waves A more pleasing story Is of domestic geeso In a large wellappolnttd farmynra hailing a passing drove of 22 black bills The strangers came down and followed their tame rela tires lath the stable where they have since stayed One on Taft ManagerNow for this position we require a man who bus a large acquain tanceAppllcantWeU Im acquainted with Aha secretary of war Mr Toft Judge pH BEER THE REAL PERIL More to De Peered from That Dev crage sad freer nrow re Than fretn Any Other Seuree Investigation shows that from a time ImfinataK soon after the civil war the German brewers of tho Untied Statesbe- goo a systematic campaign dr i aryl to convince iHrnpto that the ui si cut ft 01 hoer for spirituous liquor IH a 111 per nave measure Pint the Itrfs v lilcl they were able to control claim iraJt- hat beer drinking VM not as had ns lot use of whisky From thin UIPV here slowly proceeded to the claim that beet clrlnkluic IK healthful and nr s to IM onconraftiM A more danMr ii rjw hood Wits ncvrr Invented by itr nnni Of aouls MOM iMejlMhtiiiin Kim iii lde the liquor iraffli ttAflournu HI s at beer by allo Iril a tows Ia1 in III tun saloon than nn one which ilraN u bri liquor Tho ralacy of tb i ilenaclaim thai I err i ontaltm iinn pu i rel llttl alcohol ha been mm ii M wd Ose drinks so murk bwr thus ii u sell Ijr Imbibe uiiit alcohol itiit ihthisHIT drtiikcr A treai deal r t rQlain morn air hel than a Hi Mr w sky Hut the 1110 011 la prrttiir not tha worst thlnn n 1lt tnwr Min or UM effects on th K Mem art rj M hpi elements than alcohol and in bea i beer no exiinMteljr advertiii in tbi magazine Is ax bad In iliN r n t at the puoreal The reds fun I y r ep poeee tempranrn In thin minify today la the Inllm ito of biir w have more far fumi ener and lht avert than from any oiner swum A IT tin old days In New England ttv watch word was oppl aides to Iffrlm Clow- 5r so today the fight for temlrneta If It la to tM effective mift r Huge tupUaat beer and brewersIiat sac Presbyter u A TEMPERANCE MOTIVE Hew a Wllkr lUrre Company Jr row agwa Tetn f tance Amour Its EaipJoyae Under thi + heading the Itnai phli Bulletin has tin following l M I When the 111 esn In mlur v ol the 11yomtox Light lUllv vet their pay iintoipee ai Vi r urn OU Saturday iu tt Mtrh then uad along with his leaner a jiniisl 4g to afaataln fnmi lute UN of lu t i let liquor Illor sad on da kL he was 1011 lo scat NI II i Ii stated tUc riieen lu iiir toi of the aanl Math tbey n rr wll mil promptly and cheerful I This Wilhit liarre re jni o is not an ezrepn u but la ra1 attn the rule rtif rtl by all mii out ongaged in luiiiSMrm trii + n tot and inanufBi tut ig tnrtu ti MB and elect nil rte tile moll i wen Of the nrtnriit IlIlIulrlal wiriu fir I It unehltlful or ciaieady Ism i Bt ai perltoue to life unit property oa hey are powerful Iienc no rai ay lot turaph telephone or fannry n aMRti Id willing lo entrust the UII nKbi of costly etiulpuMinl sail tiic ptt Lice or huHdntls of human hlf L train that era befuddled and nvivoa MM an saatlfred by IttUulginirr in rtrmk The AwertruH people are a nt tlee growing inure temperate tliau thrr IIn oNions were but Ute most jiowiwfu Innuancc In this dlreeilvu to the I to porallve nroewlty of clear itralu and steady serves In the Iwartiiug of the powerful mftrMoory of tnwtrra iittlhnt tlon Preacuera louipemttre tmruteiK hygienic Iwttnirtlen In the schools nil have their Innuonro In the dir iiei of abstlaenre It Is true but an ihrm combtaed tan to be nuehalf as power ful ns the uereeelty wjilcb is bola toned upon the great army of mdiM trial employee to keep sober IQ urdoi to obtain emptoymeat 4 TEMPERANCE ITEMS NVrosKory evil nail norritar nonsense ore syuoDyinaus ternla Amerlean lesue Total abutlnoiire has been made net of the condition of chared member ship In the Oalvinlitle MiU MilM churches of North Walos- 1rnf Uuchner In the lnlpraiy ot Munich In describing the dumapr fron alcohol says that tho drink rustoni rtarlleijlarly of students Is a sluil survival from the middle ages whlct Is a disgrace to our limns The mot fearful effect of stront drink In the weakening of the will All habitual drunkards find drolslot Impossible A man without doolslor can never belong lo himself ho be longs to whatever can seise him American Issue JIo Drinkers Need Apply The Inlorborougli Ttupid Transit company which operates the elevntot und subway railway lines In New Yori city has put Into etfwl a ruin npaljiti drinking which Is more rigidly en forced than any other Even the odor of liquor on a mans breath will edict instant dismissal from the company eervlvp and all nice being employed must sign a contract not to drink f Crime of Drunkenness At the asBlsos In Armneh Ireland Mr Justice Andrews mid in nddroclng UII Grand jury that out of 2718 conviction for minor offenses 625 were for cases ot drunkenness and ho thought those fig uros spoke very strongly as to the ne cewlU of doing all they could to suppress among them that very unilcslra late vice T THE BAPTISM OF JESUS Soadiy School Lesson lor Jin23lS36 Spe uily lrtpir d lor Thus Piper r IBKON TEXT Mark 1M1 Memory v 14 U head al18 Malt 1117 Luke Ikll yourhreIm I 1 TIME Luka axes the dale a Ue ttth year of Tibtrtua John began preaching In ADM when JMUI wm between tt and 10 yearn of eae and won he was mill dwell- Ing at Naiartilv The twptUm ot Jesus way all month a tier John had begun bid ministry about Jantmry A D M PLACE tie witderatM the wild thin ly Inhabited trIvn I ylrtv wen of the Dead- ara am the Jan Ttt bnptlara of Jiaua Will at HetKtura either ufthe ION rn Iat or j m ho or the ford near Beth ixrnii urn uth4the act at OallUt Auadd I any hi ItilTUl ItLCKftKNCBS Thetwp tun Mud MR a enn we Malt as STU 2 Mjik If JIM I is Ada sae IM A- In M t ICI 4 all Rom e4-ei ro C II 17 Tit at 1 It321- The uteieit f u a Holy spirit 1111- I ZI w U i Lrrh 11 If Mi Malta u John i i + IRlIUA-I V n t I i li 4V itjaj ItUt IU A n Out 11 v lain 1l1 MTlt 14 i 1u J u t I j n 2 Comment uud Suggestive Thought V i Hit vnititu in the propkata Tin lluolatn In v 2 U from Matacht i l and that m r 3 u tram Isaiah II 3 V 3 lie was the TOC of out cry irg aI Khouting crylat with a Mrfi sIr one M a manifeata lion of feXhur in the vrtlttaniaM Itif fitting i IId for hu work d dp V 4 MArd rb IDMtalfll like r t lurald wla bu trumpet Trafiara ye the way of the Lord Ua e UBtMO fur the re OlO of stns nap alMt an A it a at ange of mind ot heart M to eta ImiivuK grief over Hu M its- lour sad a baal of life and CUll aud U lla n ult V 6 AH the land of Judea and la 11 they of JrruKalem wero drawn put to tho tart tu hear the pryhe- tr h nod j0r ynuiig men sad maidens barJenod rrt ri PharldaI s ilira Iurnana prl KIM fa men villager je uenn bgnrs p iiuicana an casced- and rondltl u of men Tboa the uhole t untry wn aroux4 and iifirJ the rnaa O i i niarexl UK way tar tor MffiWa1 Kiiit V 7 I t ht IroctatmM as a brad TI k pnao lmpi that he jpt d c ite Tbs la Ii t lit wbee she r rather oauaale- LC lit a c I 1 tow bwlste Vthe-u r or wrh wblc4 d s rr- trals It y t nd I am ntt- wnthy to untocar It war- tbo ualDei r rh lowest mt r uv s to I lod on U oud carry a ut ilirlr masters aui The Mlttn of Je ece the we uf Jrana for m i wit la finiriy ab Jdtin a frran tt tat pii tieu av b mi John it M jiulat the 8a1r 3u ruuld np John muitl seed Iet i i the good pliyalelu Jitut oouMi tine the Jiaeaa ot sit V 8 1 iMitd bays bcptlaod you Tt ltd watJr rHlUIo ropMUBC1 Matt I A tn and symbol I toll in rcptniaac tut aaaot give the new life V 9 fn those stays when Jests wad about W years oU and while Joint as preacblmj aa4 bapUalDE in the Jordan Attest six twmtlM alter John Loran to preach HUaptl8 d of John LKS ribol more fully Iq Matthew Je aa received baptism wbleli expressed death to an old life and rising to a new because 1 baptism expressed A public rodunolallon ot sin and an open hand on the tide of God and righteousness Christ did not need to repent but He did need to show by thug public profession that He belonged on the aldo ot righteousness and was eternally opposed to sin 2 DapUsra was required of Ills followers aa one of the great aids to a righteous life ulirUt therefore would fulfil every duty He required of them He was the standard and example of righteousness 3 By HU baptism Ho showed that lie was himself a brother of the sinful Ho maintained an attitude of solid arity with the sinful rather than as sume the position of critic and Judge He shared the fortunes of our fallen and wrecked humanity- V 10 And straightway coming upM as soon as Ha was baptltod They say that John had the people under water up to the neck until they confessed their sins and that Jesus having nono to confess tarried not In the river The Spirit like n dove descending upon film The Holy Spirit descended not only In the manner of a dove but In tho bodily shape of a dove Luke 3 22 This was the symbol the com- Ing of the Spirit was the reality- V 11 Therw came a volco from Heaven Three times during our Lords earthly ministry was a voice hoard from Heaven 1 at JIll bap tism 2 at Ills transfiguration Mark 8 7 3 In the courts of tho temple during Passion Week John 12 28 Thou art My beloved Sou In whom I nm well pleased Thus God endorsed Him and His mission and showed to the Jewish nation that here was the Messiah It must also have strength ened ntid confirmed the human Jesus aa to His nature and His work For the Quiet Hour Where n enthusiasm Is tho Ores of conviction will smolder There are too many trying to walk Gods way and win the worlds O K Only a blind man can dwell In tho light and not discern the condition of those round about him Better a sin acknowledged before God than treasured In tht heart To conceal a Are does not extinguish It Infirmity Is common to the human race but that Is no reason why the race should bo content with a common Infirmity United Presbyterian t li ELECTRIFIED LAMP CHIMNEY run Which Can Be Had with a Straight aims Chimney Sparks and Fighting Cats A very simple but beautiful oxperl sent may be made by my bright boy with a straight lampchimney the kind used with tho Argand or tho Welsbach gas 11ght First cut a narrow strip of llnfoll and paste It around the chimney in the middle Then pasto a strip of the same from one end of the chimney to within about half an Inch of tho band la thn middle Kaw take a bristle brush tho kind made to clean lamp chimnoys with and over Its bristles vrnp n perfectly drv Mlk handkerchief Hold the chimney In your left hand so that your fingers do not touch the Unroll anywhere and put ting the silkcovered brush Into the chimney rub It briskly back and forth This part I the experiment should be made In the dart said It while rubbing UID chimney you take the brush out now sad then you will see every time you do so a big spark of electricity Jump bolo one piece of IBfoil to the other la other words tho friction nude by the rubbles has turned the lampchimney Into mi electrical machine Another pretty experiment Is de scribed by the Peoples Hone Journal sN TUB EXPERIMENT IN ritOOHKa sad may be made with this Itttlt device Wrap a p M0 of Iron or bens wire round the middle band ot tlafWl let llM OM sod hang down live or six Inches To this end attach several stripe of cigar eUe piper In a bunch Now put tilt briNb late the ohlmaoy at the nppoetle end to that sled at brat and rub It briskly The electricity Uiuagta erattd will go into the stripe Pf paper sod make them stand out from each other as It they tore alive sad were atrugllsg to tas far apart u pos alble If Ibe paper be cut to form two cuts till result will be wry amusing Tbeee txperlments are best made In perfectly dry weather and It Is well also to warns both ehlaaaty sad hasd- kerchief at the Ore USE FOR DEAD DOLLS Ttny Can with n Little Work Be TransCtnaed Into a Very Lift like Plaything Utvally when your datas dolls begin It go ie yeees their life la ever sod the cHaacn sic pretty good of their ending their eiuunce oa a rubbish heap Oat Mr M a way by which you cao an- Mty rvok M their life but also Impart M moot lifelike M0tlo which they m- ntt tare had aad they will be resliy luDiiy alien perhaps they were only stupid before Select a small doll with I china head Sfparahl tho Bead from the rest of the body and then procure a plrul spring the top ot which can be nut around the chins neck Now procure A little two wheeled cart or Make one like that shown in the drawing fasten the tpriSR firmly to the bellow of thecarl and then covfr it with chi tlotn Allen this laden th china head loll ashown Now take n tiirce of Miff wire loop It around the nrcA and cany it out at right Tim REHABILITATED DOlL angles each side of the body so that the rods of the wire are over each cart wheelTwist the ends as shown and ronnfct each to the cartwbccla by roelyturnlns ranks of wood or stiff wire But eats tiara Good Literature you must not have your wheel revolutlcoany greater than the difference between the springs height when compressed and extended Weight the wagon body with lead so the wagon will move forward more steadily and then nole the result at tho tint revolution of the wheels and you will See the transformed doll non full of life rising and squatting with each turn of the cranks The amusement you will get will more than make up for your timE And trouble In bringing the dead doll to life payrtcry one tart in a day How small Is one tact omr one Ten years pass by Three iliouannd six hundred and tiny facts are not a small thing Every day a 4tllo selfdmlal The thing that is difficult to do today wilt be an easy thing to do 360 days hence It each day It shall have been repeated What power of selfmastery shall he enjoy who seeks every day to practice the grace bo prays for Every day a little happiness Wo live for the good of others of our living be In any Sense a true living It is not In great deeds ot kindness only that the blessing Is found In little deeds of kindness repeated every day we find Hue uappi eels At home at school on the street at the nolghbors housu In the playground we shall find an oppor tunity every dy for usefulness NEW GAME OF AUTHORS An Interesting Version of an Old Game and nn Appropriate Prize for the Same This In a new version of tho old game of authors and will delight those who are well acquainted with books All the quotations must be answered by tho name of an author 1 A kind of linen Holland 2 A namo that means such fiery things one cant describe Its pains and stings Burns 6 A kind of bonnet Hood h A high church official Pope G Part of n hospital Ward C What a host said when tbo meat was tough Chaucer 7 Something hard to boar Payne 8 A kind of bread and a prepoai UonRusldn D An nrtlnon Either Goldsmith cr Cooper 10 What Oliver Twist called for Moor 11 A breakfast dish Bacon 12 A domestic animal and a contented noleOolIS A drew lining Wlggln 14 An obatnetlon to navigation Barr II Somotnlaf On a foot Bunyan- 1C A blossom Hawthorne 17 A game and a preposition Tan nyswnli An adjective Grand If A fraction ot currency and a heavy weight Milton M Badly woNndod Alcott 31 What the lox dreads Hunt 21 That which rt more than a sandy 1IholaeUyII of a rlverIoe34 The way WI will look after this nwital strain Haggard The place to this contest should be a framed photograph of some author Ottdy boxes may be had to represent kooks and could be used as favors Madame Merri A NEW HANDMADE TOP Toy Made Out of a Tin Baking Powder Can Which Is Simply n Hummer It does not coat mwh to buy a top but why pay anything when you can white sway an Idle hour or ao making the MBtqiw one explained below out a baking powder cant orI AU you need to begin with are a bakloft powder box and lid and a cou pie of places of any kind of wood Cut a hoi In the side of the box an Inch square or a circular one as your taste r nrs TO Tilt 1UIImay dictate as I fancy able to find much difference In round or square music In this case Then male the nose In the lid and another in the bottom Of the box tot the spindle to come through The bottom hole U square and the top hole round Cut Ibe apiodlu to m pushing it In from the bottom After these operations glue tho lid firmly to tho box so It cannot slip off posltloDItrouhpine by putting A little SlUR in each hole Tbo spinner handle by which tht top d spun Is n plain piece of wood with n hole M one end Mar the top It thoroughly dry ex plains the Chicago Inter Ocean pro strlnllarounddie run it through the hole see thus tration and let her go You will find that your spinning baking powder top Is In truth a hum mer and the sound produced will riot to JUIlos loud a pilcn as any sum purclaBcd humming top BOX TRAP ITHWINDOWS Contrivance Which Any Boy Can Make That Will Capture Many Small Animals t This Is for the boys to make The old fashioned boxtrap for capturing small animals has glass window panes in serted lu aides and back says the Farm Journal The animal thus sect through the box and out at the 1 aides end does not tear to enter as lie docs not suspect a trap Cut tbe open logs the slid of the glass to be used aad insert the gloss placing brads on both sides the elats to hold II In place Would Seem So Teacher What is an engineer Tom myTommyA man that works an en geneTeacherThats right sow Johnny what IB a pioneer Joiinny A woman that works a pi ano Brought It Up to Date Little flvoyoarold Edith was takes to a dentist who removed an aching tooth That evening at prayers he mother was surprised to hear her say Forgive us our debts aa wu forgive our dentists TEACHING BUTTER MAKING College Course That Is Popular with Young Women of the Central West Scoros of young women marrlod and single aro taking advantage or agrlcultural making reports the Chicago Tribunes bolDgtaugbtbana and ut Purdue In Indiana At one tlrno there was a class of ten women Nino wero marrlod women of middle age one was single Tho agricultural colleges of tho central wont are making butter on a largo operatedminIature small quantity of butter would bo made In Illinois the college recalvoa about 600 pounds of cream dally The Indiana Institution in two ohurnlnga a week turns out 2500 pounds of fine butter Doth Institutions base their reputation on the brand of their prod uct In Indiana the college virtually has two schools ono in which It teaches tho creameries how to make good but tar and in the other lessons are given to the individuals farmers wives and daughters All of the batter that Is made la disposed of In the towns In which the Institutions are located at the highest market prine and in tho case ot the Indiana Institution tho armors share In the proceeds Students in butter making are taught a great deal about taking care ot tho machinery that now is employed In the work There are a score or moro separators A student Is taught how to take either of the oned most used apart clean and oil them and put them together again There alto ore a great variety of churns and Gutter workers The lesson begins at tho door where the cream Is raeetvwU and weighed heated pasteurized oooled and converted into button After It Is worked It la condensed into bricks or prints wrapped in paraffined paper and then unclosed in a paraffined paper Box when It Is ready to be sold Men or women who want to go Into tho creamery business are taught how byItor making ao extensively for tbo process cannot be Illustrated unless they do so The use of all of tho most modern machinery of the cream sties Is taught from the beginning to tbo end A great deal at careful Instruction Is Imparted In the matter of putting the product into prints or bricks Drink sales are steadily Inereaainf It Is be llovod that there la an advantage in purI of tub butter It is claimed that a pound of print will go more than twice aa fat an two half pounds There are many Ingenious contrivances for i moulding the product into prlata and Ifor wrapping it Violence- It was a violent collision I am to understandViolent Well I should Ray It was violent Everybody In tho car Includ ing the porter was rendered uncon scious by the shock except ot course the couple wbo wore on their wedding tour and oven they seemed to be rath er lean conscious than they wore before It happened Puck Too Much of A Shock Fuizy What would you do If some body were to offer you a million dol lars to change your mind Wurzy Oh It would be Just my luck to lose my heat before I could make the exchange Detroit Free Press One Mans Wisdom But she queried later on how did you know I wouldnt object to be- Ing kissed Because he explained there wasnt anyone la Bight Chicago Dally News MARKET REPORTS Clnelntiatl Jan 99 klteW b US CALVBSBxtra I7 11008 Choice packers ale Ii tv Mixed packers 5 C- ORlc S IA otxlrn K 10 M K C LAMHSUxtra 7 SO 9 7 to HrOUR = 8flrlnit patent 5 W IIIrIiw H EATNO i red 8 9e No S red e9 J red e eJ InJYENoJLAYChoice timothy JI 0- 0PORKnear InN 15 W 50 MI riKHcholco airlahol-es er II- APPLHSCholce G 00 POTATORSPel bUill 14 TUBACCONew 6 00 200 Old 4 1475 CHICAGO FLOtmWlnter ont lnt JSS- VHKATNo qS red oNo S rat 64 lIS COHNKo S mixed Illy 31141RYMNoPO11K Meea 13 77191 W UA Kl Steam O 7 W NEW YORK PLOUR Winter patent 410 0 4 to VHHAT No 2 red al COHNNO z mlndfOATSNO 2 mixed stuft S- TKYBWestern v M pomeMo 14 u Uili eo LAUD Steam 7 8 tP100 BALTIMORE L1iwyC 700ICOIlN No 3 ft IRKMee mixed 3lt f12 ml4 LAHD Steam 7CO INDIANAPOLIS H 2 red 50Z 434kOATNo 1Geee e eeee eeec Ge IICUT FLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS I II +O+o+o+o+o+o+o+O+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o +oo+o Fo +o+o+a+o+o+0- o t THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON to Is here and every housewife wants one or o pieces of new- FURNITURE moreiCARPET or MATTING 0 Take a Look Through Our Stools 0 it will surprise you hoW well and bow reasonably wo can + 4 supply your wantsoNew Florencn Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines 25 730 and 35 worth WJ j 60 and 65 9 + OEUTCHER EVANS 1JopllnIOld Stand Richmond K j Da T Phone 73 Might Phone 4755Ca+o+o+o +o+o+o+oo+o+o+n+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+n+o+o+ r Carriage Satisfaction Here BuggiesPhaetons Runabouts SurriesTraps GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish bodyfinishgiveNo than HERE No better time to buy thaw NOW Pricos down to Rookbottom Qualities up to Topnotch Wo ropair and retiro Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C F HIGGINS Prop RlcimooJ Ky I Madison County Roller MillsFA- 7HHI147I Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuns Crustied Corn EtCa Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be 1 I hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour Hlddddddd g Potts Duerson White Sutiea Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going Korth Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 346 n m ArrivoRichmond415n m Arrive Paris 523 a m Arrive Cincinnati V50 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Lonvo Bereal Q2 p m Arrive Richmond 2OOp m Arrive Paris n30p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Herealllp m Arrive Knoxville810 p m- Ooing South Train I Dally Leave Bores1217a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m EQUIPMENT Trains nnmbtn 2 end 3 carry Bufivt Parlor car and roaches between Cincinnati end KnokTllla In both direction Tralm uum Un 1 end 4 carry llillmin entlbulcd Sleeping car and oeaohee between Clnclnuatt and Knox Till lu both directions W H BOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RYCO Tim table In agent April W 1905 EAST BOUND o1 No t tte1 Versailles 1016am 0311 p m- NIcholanTlIU 1100 716 Valley View llt 74U- Hlchraoud r llM 110- aRlcbmond lv120J p IlL 659 n Irvin 10 7JO- BeattyTlll 540 KiltnB- eattjTlllt Jot SOO 10X WEST BOUND No 2 No 4 No 6- Trmlllei T61 am Sipm- Nlrholurilla tJS 2J7 Valley View 621 20- niclniond IT 800 131 Richmond ar 7AS p m 1SO Irvin tM P m IMS- OeaHyTlllo aar14S av- BtattjTllla Jet UO 1030 No 2 and S1 and S mate clod connection at HlchoU llle to and from Lexington cud ClncI natl snIt at Vemlllat to and Iroin ShelhyTllU and Louisville No 6 connects at neattyTlll luurtlou lor JaeVion Fur any further Inform Lice addrtu any local lent or Il K IUUTU O P a p AtYtuules K7 r Durable repaint Call at T J Moborleja and see the beat line of COLLARSTEAm HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch price by I J S GOTT Depot Street Boron Kp- r1 r Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for i Boys 200 and 175 for Youths i i The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satlifactlon than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the weir expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere j Iers We carry a full line and can insure a perfect inspection Inv- itedCOYLE HAYESt BEREA KENTUCKY I 1 1 1 1 1 1 lit 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HIit+1HIItIII1 Berea and Vicinityf GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LuLLLLLLLLoLLfT Messrs A B Hoskins and L and N Fireman of Corbin are visiting relatives who are in Borea College There are several cases of measles in town but all are well under con trolMr Tupper has returned front his vacation trip to Kansas and is again at the helm in the Citizen office Miss Mary A Hoskins of Hoskiua ton who is on her way to Valparaiso lad stopped over Sunday to visit her brother and sister who are in school here Rev M K Pasco preached last Sunday at the Congregationalchurch in Cfirbin Ho will preach next Sunday at the Congregational church in this place Mn P M Reynolds of Hamilton Ohio was in Berea this week on busi npssfand made a call on the Citizen reports great improve ment in the city of his present resi dence He is employed as a black smith at the Champion Coating Paper Mill Co which claims to be the largest paper mill in the world em ploying about 800 hands R G Mitchell of Richmond dropped in to shake hands with the Citizen and leave a 200 bill for his subscription Of course he is invited to call again Mr R J Ramsey of Riverside Ma called at the Citizen office this week Mr Ramsey has been visii fag relatives in the vicinity for some ttqjb but is now returning to Mis souri Mr Ed Porter was married at Monticello Iowa last Wednesday He and his bride will be at home on Center Street after Febuary 1 Mrs Charles Hanson has been visiting in Celina Ohio She returns tonight Thursday Kid Richardson and John JacksonI of Middletown 0 are tives in Bare at present Mrs Nettie Mann arrived last night Wednesday to spend a week with her parents Mr and Mrs Josiah Burdette Thursday there was a special Chapel service at the College as it was the day of prayer for schools and colleges Thursday night there will be a prayer service along the same lino at the College Chapel All tho churches have been invited to participate in this service Two families of Muncoys distant I relatives of Mr H Muncey of Jack son street have moved to town for the purpose of educating their chil dren Wo aro glad to welcome suck people to our midst Mr Josiah Burdette has sold his property at tho west end of Chestnut street to Mr Kelley consideration something over 1000 Mr bill day engineered the trade It is beautiful weather The Editor has seen all kinds from twenty de grees below up to sixty above in tho last two weeks but nothing finer than today T a r Mr C A Van Winkle and Miss Margaret Myers aro visiting an unole in IndianaMiss White of Richmond spent the weeks end with Mrs StevensA ughter was born to Mr Sidney Combs and wife on Tuesday night of this wee- kMrOgg and family have moved out to the old Galloway place Mr Ogg will spend a portion of each week at his studio in Berea Mr W L Harrison has bought out Mr Engle on Chestnut street and is now selling groceries and pro duce in Mr Eagles place Mr B F Harrison has started a grocery and meat market just across the way in the Titus stand Business is briskalong down tho street The new automatic telephone is reported to be a great success Un less tho line is busy the one who calls can get his party at once with out waiting for connection to be made at central There is no over hearing unless wires happen to be crossed and people may confidential matters as freely as in their own homes There will be a Law and Order league meeting at the Parish House on Friday night There will be ad dresses readings by Mr James Combs and music by the Ariul Quartette The Executive Com tnitteo will make a report in lino of the perfection of the organization of the League Everyone interested in tho preservation of order and good manners in Boron and the country around is urged to be present Mr G D Holliday is doing a thriving business in his fruit and confectionary store and the College will soon build an addition at the back of the building he occupies for a store room Mr Holliday plans to keep on hand fresh fruits of all kinds in their season fresh bread and Biscuit Company products cannel goods high grade breakfast goods confectionary etc He sells no to bacco and his store presents a clean appearance He is worthy of u liberal patronage by our people The first number of tho Lyceum Course was given last Monday night at tho Chapel Mr Tripp gave a very superior entertainment and every number was well received Among so many good things it is hard to decide which was the best but tho impersonation of Falstafl seems to have boon considered tho finest from an artistic point of view There seems to be a slight verbera tion in the Chapel and this obscured some tones of Mr Tripps voice but this is the only criticism of the enter tainmentMrs died at the Hospital as the result of a severe operation on Wednesday of last week Mr Col quarried Chapel and Library He has the sympathy of all who know him HH HHHMHH College Items jj HERE AND THERE lrHHHHHHHWW + Mr Diimorou State College Seers tart for Y M C A wits in Bores Tuesday and Wednesday Mr Ira Fields of Whltesburg- Ky visited his three sons in Bores Saturday and Sunday Wo are always glad to sea the parents of the boys and girls hero to inspect the work Dr Newman of Lei p iu Qhjo is visiting his sou and daughter who are in school in Boron Mr Nowuwu gave a talk to the students at Culled Chapel on last Friday morning gmduntedlast neoIIGood reports como to us of the ThompsonBaker College Mr Baker graduated in Boron 1807 Dr Hubbell made a business trip to Lexington Saturday morning Evorott Bach with his cousin Wilgus entered school Saturday Mr and Mrs John L Hall who daughterMrsmoutuBflrrast leftfor their home at Croton 0 last Saturday noon Prof Marsh and Dr Cowley will go to Lexington on Friday to attend tho annual meeting of tha Stato intercollegiate Athletic Association Some important amendments to tho consti tution of tho association are to be proposed gripMondayHo is now bettor Mrs Robinson mother of Mtee Josephine Robinson hits been severe ly ill for several days Contributions are being received by Rev Mr Thomson for tho work in Hurley Wis Hurley is time place where Mr Rix and his wife are working It is in tho mkkt of a mining and lumbering region and is greatly in need of Christian workers A house planned for a Y M C A building is for sale and apodal ad vantages are offered to the orgtaniS tion with which Mr and Mn Rix are connected for Its purchase Over ono hundred dollars have been oat tributed from Beret Wtwk of Prayer Next week will be observed by the Union Church as a week of special prayer in preparation for tbo Gospel meetings which will open during the following week There will be a prayer meeting lasting one hour in tho Union Church house on Prospect street each night except Saturday at 7 oclock Though no special Gospel meetings were to follow it would do us groat rood to thus devote one week to prayer But whatever success is realized in tho Gospel meeting will be duo to tho power of God and not to that of man While God will use the boat powers which man can bring to his Bwrvico yet it is His power that does the work That power is gained by prayer Wo want to see greet thjngs done but no greater calamity could befall us than to have an apparently successful revival effort and have it wrought in such a way that man could think it was the result of human planning or human eloquence Let us therefore meot and pray most earnestly that God will condescend to guide us in our planning to guide Dr Hubbard in his preaching of the word and to use both plans and preaching so that his name shall be honored in the highost degree A E THOMSON Do Your fart Everyone interested in temper auto is urged to write at once to State Senator C B Ecton Frankfort Ky Chairman of the legislative Committee on Religion and Morals urging him to secure a favorable re port on the Cammack County Unit Local Option Bill and to work for proparodbyand provide that no district pro cinct town or city shall voto on the same day on which a largo divi sion of which it is a part is voting on tho question of the restraint of tho liquor vaffic in that district It will be seen that this bill makes it possi ble for a County to secure freedom from the liquor traffic if the majority of its citizens desire such freedom- t When you want tho best and Freshest Bread Fruit Candies Cakes Crackers and lots of other HollidaysNewSt All new and uptodato Orders promptlyCallSteam LaundryG D Holliday A W1IKIC IN MOSTON latter from rrnIdunt rrnt Door Renders of the Citizen We found Kentucky weather this time in New England warm with alternations of rain and sunshine Boston is u clean city and full of good manuorud plo Every hack driver knows his business and is ready to tell nil about tIll streets and trains nUll places of interest Of course my business was with the host pooplo of Boston The city contains plenty of time selfish grasping and foolish but it contains a group of noble fannies so devoted to the public wolfaro that they con trol tho oity And what is more they set the good fashions for the whole country pf the present iiilmuifants are foreigners but thuy intro been so befriended and educated the older residents that thoy are falling in with the good ways of the town That is the difference between the boot people of Boston and the best poop u of our Southorn cities for example In Boston they nro trying to onootirago and improve ihoso who might be called the lower olaesoe while in the South they are afraid to have tho lowor people improved they call them by derisive twines declare that nothing can bo undo of thorn and in general try to keep them down Which Is the wisest T Which is tho most Christian T We did not cell upon a single person who was not engaged in some kindof useful work something for the public good Otto man was pushing a bill in the Legislature to require that all children in the ptiblin schools hue a iiwdiml examination every year Another ores interested in helping Mine Petit rebuild hor school at Himlman in our Kentucky mountains Another was sending money to foreign iniarfons Another pxwpleinBenjtinrim Franklin WAS born here and hie birthday was celebrated this week by a great meeting with speeches by time governor and tho mayor anti others This too is a great center of sol enoe and knowledge One night I attended a chat meeting of gentle men in a privet house and we ware entertained by two men who Idbeen to the Pliillipinea one to con duct experiments regarding vaeeinu tiou using time monkeys for subjects and the other who had been there to plan a water sail sewer system for the city of Manila Our visit w fMCltlltMld by miffing one dear friend whose kindness has cheered us many times Mrs Frost called upon Mrs Julia Ward Howe author of time Battle Hymn of the Republic a beautiful woman now moro than eighty yours of ago who remembers tlw stirring scones of the Civil war anal is still interested In every good cause WM G Pacer AoiucuirriiAi SCHOOL Attention Is called to time commu nication frost the Educational Im provement Commission of Kentucky In regard to farming schools The statements made in the article are very true and should be considered by all who are interested in the future welfare of Kentucky Instruction in tbs principles of agriculture is es pecially needed in the mountain country of the South Tho old wasteful methods aro no longer adequate to the exigencies of tho time Tho land must Ito restored by quicker methods than tile old ono of suffering it to lie fallow torn number of years The mountain country of Now England lies doubled in value since tho farmers there began to study their business and apply tho results of their study to intensive culture of soilBut while awaiting action bv tho state in this direction it is wall to remember that Berea College odors a practical agricultural course to students of which many are taking advantage As yet the demand for trained agriculturists is so great that those who havo taken this coarse are sought after by employers in other states but the time is swiftly coming when thuro will bo a demand for such knowledge iu our own slate This course should bo tho most popu lar one among the Industrial courses offered by time College It should bo investigated by young man who want u career xoTluu This is to notify all who know themselves indebted to mo to please call and sottlo their accounts Short settlements mako long friends and of course wo want to be frionds and do business together in tho future as we have in time past RespectfullyMrs A T FISH FOR SALE OR RENT Two Farms for rent or solo at Korby Knob Jackson County Ky Both aro well improved good buildings plenty of fruit and water coal and timber For further information address D M Click Kerby Knob Ky GET SQUARE WITH YOUR COLD Our Laxative Cold tablets knock colds and grippe silly Take them at night feel better next morning- It is a good thing to have a bottle of reliable coughsyrup on hand to use when first need a stitch in time etc The Porter Drug Co tNCORfORATBD At UptoDate Grocery You can always findIThe Freshest and Best- Of Everything that can be I found in the Market e Everybodys business solicited Prompt delivery r wuD LOGSDONProprietor iissisiiiiiiisif I Furniture is a Necessity w J iYou must have it to make your home itor room look and feel comfortable the winter There is no better i time to buy than now and we have tho things you need Kitchen Din itingroom and Parlor Furniture Bod Dciks Carpets Window i+ 1Shados Pictures etc t LOUIS 0 LESTER R III Next to the Mill Phone t 93J00000000000000000000000000-o G 0- o 4o 0 S 0 o Read This I 0- o a- a a o 0 0 a IGo to Friends for Advice o a oTo I 0- e o i To Strangers for Charity e- o a a To Relatives for Nothingo i r 0 o To US for Low Prices and Honest Values 0 o 0 o a- a 0 u StoreoiiRHODUS GREEN CO PROPRIETORS o- D O o 0 i oicioioioioiotoioioio oiotao5OVo oooo oNo o ololo 9 t r 1 SUMMARY OF THE- IMPORTANT NEWS I Interesting Happenings flint Oc- curredt During the Past Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL Exciting Events In the United states and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Reader Crime and Casualties News From Congress The reeent forolblo removal fron the white houso ot Mrs Minor Mm rm wee made tho subject of omphatli denunciation by Mr Tlllmnn In Ute senate oa the 17th His remarks can od out repwnstrnncofl and led to the very abrupt closing of the doors and the endow adjournment of the s hate In the middle ot the afternoon Senator TlUman Introduced a ref lation directing an Investigating lab the removal of Mm Minor Morrl from tbfl whit house It wwi prompt ly tabled Tho house passed I a bit providing for the opal disposition uf the affalrtot tho live otvlllied trtow In the ladlan Territory In reepoMo to the Suiter reaolullo passed by the house Secretary Met calf of Ute department at oommarci and labor sent to the bowie the rot tart of Special Immigrant tnopeotoi Marcm Bnun Mr Draun declnrei that he has unconlrovortable ortdenc that while tho number of aliens ship leqlIlItIlhatlriilnlshlBR Immigrants inadmlsftlbk j for other wnens ore constantly be- Ing brought Into the country In large numbere The boMe oonimlltee on approprta UGH reported an urgent deficiency WU A provision In the bill directs that the elghthmir law shall not ap ply In the construction of tbe Pawn caaal or of the eaaal zone- Hetom In the matter of making dr theIIwait Ue xeeuttan of a short spewih for fro bide Miscellaneous News Items i Marshall Flllhi of CUIcnuo million air saereasnt and n toaster la the dry good traildvt the wertil died at the Holtaad bies Nw York after an UlleM oxteoillnjc over more than a week hagisttiinic nlth a bad e14 a d dereloflliME j i iirktr Ito pnentMonla which alfecUd both lungs Mr Klf4 was 10 years old Mr Field was with oat creation the greatest and moei nweeeefiii MSUliant of big geaeratkia and he WM Wfe of the worlds rlchMt mesa big w NlUi belag e tlmated at anytvhere frost Ioo000ago to MO OOOOC The navy Uefmrttt at aijrove l the rnteoce of the general ooart t8rUal 1n the coca of Mtdettlpwan Worth Wriaht FVMter of New Albany Iml and MideMyman Paterson Hemp Mar tool of IeseacoM PMwho wera re realty eoavleted ot hating MUlehlpMtan Charles M James of Grinnell it member of second claes t was fterved with a dirge of hazing The charge U supported by eight spec JfieaUoat Philadelphia In which Benjamin Franklin spent roost of his long and useful life fitting commcmoratfd I the 200th anniversary ot the birth or- tbe great philosopher Miss Dolle Ursx per daughter of wealthy people attending a wedding reception at Mobile Ala was Almost burned to death She stepped on n match that Ignited and sot her cloth ing on flra- Sovon persons all mOl11l ors of tho 1r family of Charles Ayers are suppov oed to have perished In a flro which destroyed Ayors farm houia near Pembroke N H Assuming that John Q Brady gov ornor of Alaska proposes to resign Ills once W T Perkins ot Nome has been recommended strongly fcr ap polnlment as governor of the terri toryM Clement Armand Fallleres presi dent of the French senate hoe been elected president of tho French repub tic to succeed M Loubot whoso term expires February IS The voto wu M Fallleros 449 M Doumer presl dent of the chamber ot deputies 371 PresIdontOloct Fallleros of Franco la being overwhelmed with telegrams of congratulations from rulers foreign statesmen and colleagues Two men were Instantly killed an other Is missing billeyod to bo burled under the debris and a fourth fatally scalded as the rscult of a headon col lision between a northbound through freight and a switch engine on tho Seaboard Air Line at Mina Ga near AtlantaAt whlto house a statement on tho declaration of Jacob A nils that President Roosevelt ought to bo will t Ing to take a third term to fight tho money power was refused t Mlis Viola Allen the actross and Peter Duryea the millionaire Ken lucky turfman have boon secretly man and wife for more than five months The first lynching of tho year In Mississippi and the second In the United StatOH took place In Simpson county A young negro accused of- attacklnra white sohool girl was the Tlotim I F A statement given out by the Dank ors committee Investigating tho affair of Prior Donlson Co Cleveland 0 Is as follows Tho total liabilities it eluding all forgeries aggregate approximately 3000000 and there nre valid assets either In the hands ot tbo firm or up as collateral of about one and a halt million This total of 3 000000 Includes about one million of awets and liabilities In tho Dosto and Cleveland bond departments tha have not heretofore boon taken Into account Acting on Information that Lolam W Prior mado a meat many of hll largest loeeea In the stock marks while trading In a Cleveland brokoi age house a number ot the creditor ot the firm of Denlton Prior Co have started an Investigation to He If there Is any way by which a par of the money can bo recovered Tho mjnera convention organised It wale scale committee That an iu crease In wages will be the prlnolpa feature of the report of the scale oom ralttee Is no longer In doubt and then U very little doubt among the major- Ity of the delegate a that their request for more money will be readily 0011 ceded by tho operators A oom HIlite from the anthrautu coal regions held a conference with a committee ot the miners natlona eon ventkm It le thought that the forms deelree the support of the bltumlnoui miner in their coming demands ot the anthracite operators An increase of the wages of eec miners equivalent to the redaction aa ceiited by tho United Mine Worker at to Joint wage conference of 1904 In the proposition which the operator are oxpeoted to defend In the Joint conference to convene In Indianapolis Renewed nauctieJnir among the dele gates to the United Mine Workers convention front tho anthracite coal ruining regions Indicates that there U lo fee another and moro determined effort to Inject tho anthracite ques Uou Into the deliberations of the dele gates The national board of trade In con vention In Wastilngton with delegates refrreeentlng commercial bodies In nil tho prlnolpai cities ot the country went on record aRaliftt the preitdenli railroad rate policy Former Gov Junes H Peabody his wife and their daughter were poisoned sy food eaten at breakfast atCanOn City Col and the daughter rIM Cera Penlxxly is In a dangerous oon jIUon as a result There Is a ms lery Mrroumllnc the cue Gov Vardetnans wWppIng of a ne flU convict employed as a trusty mowed the executive mansion which Is to be GIven a thorough probing by tile penitentiary InveetlgdUas oowwlt e of the Mloetaelpp toglelaiure eeuse a seeteUon Reports currant that Senator Depelw- a la a critical eondltloK at hit hoses I n New York are denied Charles C auldlng bis nephew said DepeWi audition Is not at all serious James R Baraard seJd by the police to be ihe ohtet of a gang of coup Mfelterx was arrested at his home In Denver Col Geu 1e birthday was observed e enlly at Augusta On HuslneM iraetlcally was suspended Bestow failures In the United liaise for the week endloFJanuary IS number 274 against e 8ns week 304 In the like wOk of 1906 206 In 1904 and 33 In 148 All of tho 18 bodlen have been rc ovored from the Detroit mines on PaInt Creek W Va the scene of the lust explosion Tho men except one veto found at their places of work liowlnu that the explosion came with out warning Luke E WrlRht of Tennessee governor general of tho Philippines Is to- be tho first ambassador to Japan If tho senate approves the nomination which President Roosevelt will submit to it Henry C Ide will succeed Mr iVrlght as governor general until ho eMpns Juno 1 James F Smith of allfbrn a member of tho Philip line commission will succeed to the omce ot governor general Members ot tho Iowa senate unanl mously placed themselves on record U opposed to tho legal execution of Mrs Tolia tho Now Jersey womdn condemned to die for murder Bishop John C Keener of the South orn M E church 87 died at New Or rans unexpectedly of heart failure Tho advisability ot dyeing cavalry orgies some neutral tint or screening lhcm with light canvas trappings In order to Insure their Invisibility fix ho enemy Is a subject which a GoV man special military commission Isi now Investigating Tho Chinese boycott of American oods has not shown any signs Of batoment In tho Straits Settrcment osplto President Roosevelts assitr aces that steps were being taken to mOllify the present stringent Inimigra tlon laws of America In nplte of all tho efforts of tho gov rnmont to assure them that there Is not tho slightest reason to fear that the Algeclras conferenco will bo tal lowed by war tho people of Alsace orralno aro In a state of excitement ordering on frenzy John F Stevens chief engineer of tho Isthmian canal commission was looted vlco president and director of the Panama Railroad Co to fill the lace made vacant by the resignation or former Chief Engineer J E Wet laceA fire with a monetary loss of about 150000 completely destroyed tho old market houso one ot Pittsburgh moat imous landmarks Several other buildIngs were destroyed Simon C Nelson of Brooklyn was tiled and 12 persons Injured In an noatilent on th6 Fulton street elevated wd Now York i 1J1llaubourguct the pl8lJ French government to leav French soil within 24 hours This Is practically a declaration of war Orders wore Issued for the two protect od cruisers Joan Bart and Chassoloup Laubet to bo fitted out at once and dispatched to Join the French Atlantl squadron now at Martinique with steam up and docks cleared for action Three French warships are now olr the Venezuelan coast prepared to deliver the answer of Franco to Presl dent Castros treatment of M JTalgnj the French representatlv at Caracal by A naval demonstration In Vonozuc Ian waters Two additional warship will Join them as soon as they cnn make the trip across tho Atlantic It appears to be certain that tbe French government has resolved to take no notion with regard to Vone zuola until the report of M Talgnj the late charge daffaires at Caracas reaches the foreign office ho Venezuelan government Is ac lively engaged In garrisoning the ports of the republic and furnIshIng the troops with supplies Friends at Wootter 0 had a lotto from Mrs Grace Tagsart dated HIgli land Park III showing tho noted dl vorcee Is not in Europe On the ground that Mrs Taggar has become In contempt ot common pleas court In taking their two ohll dren from within the state of Ohio attorneys for Capt Taggart flIed a petition to compel Mrs Taggart to bring the two boys back Into tho state and to surrender them to their fa ther Maj Gen Leonard Wood will succeed MnJ Gen Corbin In command or tho military division of tho Philip pines on February 1 MaJ Gen Cor bin will leave on February 2 for Hong Kong sailing thence for San Francis 00 on February 0 The protected cruiser Denver which has been temporarily deUwhed fron the fifth division ot the Atlantic fleet has sailed from Culebra for San Juan The Denver will be detached In Was Indian waters for the present await Ing the turn of events In Veuozuela At Prairie Du Chlon WIs Hennoi Larson shot Lottie Doan his sweet heart Urea times William Gallor an ether suitor onco and her mother Then he pressed the weapon against its own breast and fired Larson wll lie but the others are expected to re jover Seven men were killed by a snow slide at the mining camp at Alta Utah Lindsay Cooper an aeronaut ot Clarinda 0 traveling with a carnlro show exhibiting at Wolfe City Tex ell from his balloon at that place a llstanoe of 2MO feet and was instantly killedF Crimea ex state treasurer ol anssi notMed Gov loch that hi would willingly waive the statute ol Imitations and pay every cent of the alleged shortage found covering hit idmlnlstrnUon ot the office Mrs Cbac Uyboe of Lander Wyo pave birth to the smallest baby of roe ins in the western states It Is a girt and weighs only one and onfourth founds and Is lose than nine Inches allMrs Cbauncoy M Dopew who Is In Cannes denies the report that she bas rSparaled from her husband Harvey B Hun of Chicago attor hey and author of legal tort book Is lead of paralysis James B Walker a prominent cotton manufacturer and one of the weal West men In Augusta Ga dropped lead Mr Walker was a former coun Jlraan and former president ot the chamber of commerce- A fire of unknown origin completely destroyed tho MoFeoly Brick Co at strobe Pa Loss 100000 Fire destroyed the sheep dip plant at Richmond Va of tho LaldlowMcKcll Co of Scotland Loss about GO000 overod by Insurance Walter Carczlatys a saloon keeper was shot and killed by robbers In his saloon In Chicago Six valuable race horses were In lactated in a tire which destroyed he stables at tho race track at Mason City la Jack QuInn who bad charge oC tho stables endeavored to save the anImal and was probably fatally turned A fire occurred In the plant of tho Jaltlmoro Chrome works Probably mohalt of tho extensive plant cover- Ing about a city block has been de troyed Loss 100000 One burglar was killed and another illy wounded at Dosplalnes a sub j ot Chicago In a battlo between letectlves ot the Chicago North western railroad and five men- The Brotherhood of Carpenters and JoIners and tho Amalgamated Wood workers International union will at empt to adjust their differences ot lour years standing The last ot tho six bodies burled by tho snow elide at Alta Utah bavo- been recovered- At a meeting ot Hebrews la BalU tore funds were raised for the pur oso ot buying arms for the peasants and working men in Russia 1News was received by Adm McCall secretary ot the navy at faro Island that Ensign Wade U S N had been acquitted on all tho harges In connection with the Ben mgton disaster and has boon rester- d to duty Tho Duke of Manchester who mar rlod Helena Zimmerman of Cincinnati has been appointed captain of Kina Edwards body guard of Yea mon of the Guard J C Realtys bank at Elwood m- was blown by robbers during tho night nd 1000 taken supposedly by two hen who escaped MONROE DOCTRINE The United States Convinced of Frances Loyalty to It The French Government Will Be GIv en a Free Hand In the Execution of the Solution of the Veno zuelan Problem Washington Jan 22 Convinced of the sincerity of the assurances received from Franco regarding hot loyalt to tho Monroe doctrine and nIt that It involves tbe Washington government has given the Paris government a tea hand In the execution of tho program for tho solution of tho Venezuela problem The conference on thi phase of the question occurred time ago and Mr Jusaerand UOIFrench ambassador has final once that the efforts of Franco to thin diplomatic treatment for herIcharge daffaires at Caracas will be Interrupted at Washington as any way vtolatlve of the Monroe trineThe dOoI first move In the the French program may bo epecte I at any nee but on this point the French government Is observing tboIstrictest secrecy the orders to squadron going direct from Paris and not through tbe embassy here Tsigny the retiring French rLI who It is balloted is now at will come to this country on his wnj i home and on his arrival at New York I he will find an Invitation from the French ambassador at Washington to spend several days hero In conference In order that M Jusserand on whom the burden of an Important phase ot the Venezuelan negotiations naturally falls may have tho benefit of the facts bout the situation The whereabouts of tho Fronct ships remain a mystery so far as the officials of the state department and French embassy are concerned It Is stated PANIC IN A CHURCH Eighteen Persons Killed and Probably Half a Hundred Injured Philadelphia Jan 22 Eighteen per sons were killed and probably half a hundred Injured In a panic following the cry of Fire In St Pauls colored Brtfitlst church Tho services were being held on the second floor of the building A defective flue sot fire tc the chimney causing smoke to Issue through the crevices in the floor near the pulpit The room was well filled with people at tho time the cry ol Fire and coupled with tho sight ol smoke threw the congregation Into a panicA rush was mado for the stain despite the efforts of Rev F W John son the pastor to allay the fears ol tho frenzied people All wanted tc get out at once and men women and children alike were knocked down and trampled upon by those pushing from behind Tho disaster occurred while a col lection was being taken up The pastor had Just concluded his sermon the text of which was Why Sit Hero Until We DieT THE WARM WAVE High Temperature In Region Betwcl Mississippi and Atlantic Coast Washington Jan 22u1 warm wavo which scores the highest record in temperature since 1890 prevailed Sunday throughout the region between tho Mississippi valley and the Atlantic coast Its crest was In Ohio where the temperatures Sunday afternoon as reported to tho weather bureau ranged turn 70 to 74 degrees South of the Ohio river It was less warm because of heavy rains and thunder showers Thunder storms also pre railed in Tennessee Mississippi Ala baroa and Northwest Georgia A cold wave which developed In the west Is rapidly following the warm Wave VICTIM OF PNEUMONIA An Margaret Gtllesple Mother of James Glllesple Is Dead Rising Sun Ind Jan22Mrs Mar tarot Glllesple mother of James Gilt csplc who Is now serving a life son once in the penitentiary at Michigan CIty for the murder of his sister Ellz ibeth died of pneumonia at her homo In this city Mrs Glllcsplo has been ailing since tho murder ot her daughter and more rapidly since the trial and conviction of her son James She Vent to and from the courthouse In a arriage when compelled to bo present luring tho trial Hague Representatives Named Washington Jon 22Secretary toot announced that tho American epresentatlves to the approaching onferenco to be held at The Haguo rill be Joseph II Choate exombassa dor tp England Horace Porter exam nssador to France and Judge Rosa or Little Rock Ark To Save the Frigate Constitution Washington Jan 22A petition Igned by 30000 citizens of Massachn- Us was presented to tho president opposing the recommendation of Sec otary Bonaparte that tho old frigate Constitution either bo broken up or aado an object for target practice The Battleship Kentucky Now York Jan 22Tho battleship Kentucky which was damagod In col islon with the battleship Alabama In his harbor and since that Ume has boon under repairs at tho Brooklyn iavy yard saltod tor Hampton Road f 1 SATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBL First Bill To Pass the House lo For a Judge In Kenton County Frankfort Jan ISFor tho socon and final time Judge Thomas II Pnyi ter was declared elected to the Unite States senate Wednesday and made n speech In the legislature accepting tohonor Ho does not tako his Sitt until March 4 1907 Senator Ward In traduced a bill In the senate Wednei day providing that all primary clrc lions of all political parties for all ot flees must be held on the last Satui day In July each year Tho object to do away with so many election Senator Harbeson offered a very In portant bill which provides that all applicants for appointment as notar public must stand an oxamlnatlo touching their qualifications to tako acknowledgments to deeds and othe valuable documents The following bllla wore introduce In the house Dy Mr MulcAhyTo give right to seine in all Kentuck streams Dy Mr Mulcahy Makln penalty of from ono to three years for carrying concealed weapons By Mr Q S WilsonTo prohibit mining con pantos from conducting general store By Mr Alverson Authorizing coui clerks to Issue license to carry concealed weapons fixing fine from 200 to li00 for carrying without license On motion of Mr Bmbry the house ro solved not to allow bins to be Intro ducod except on Tuesday and rrl daysFrankfort Jan 19The first bill to pass either legislative body was pass ed by the house and It was Ropresor tatlvo Arnetts bill or rather two bills creating another circuit Judge for Ken ton county iBut for the vote of Rej resentative Bourne of Henry the bills would have passed unanimously Senator Allens motion to have the unusual delay In printing bills Investigated was adopted and Senators AI Ion and Do Haven appointed to ask for an explanation Tho house resolution urging cot gross to voto appropriations to Improve the waterways of Kentucky wa adopted with an amendment by Sonn tor Porter to Include tho dredging of Bear creel In Edmonson county and an extra lock and dam near Mammotl Cave Tho senate committee on star utos at Its meeting decided to roper favorably Senator Ectons bill millIng tho age of consent in females fron 12 to 10 years Also Ectons bill pro vidlng that In a seduction case whnr tho roan marries the girl If ha deserts her In three years he Is still llabl to prosecution for seduction Alt Ectons bill providing that whore 1 divorce Is granted on ground of ahan donment for a year the party In Paul shall not he permitted to marry with ID three years- Frankfort Jan 20lhe leglslatur halt that tired feeling Friday nni after accomplishing a very small amount of work adjourned till Monday Representative Arnott of Cov ington Introduced an antlclgarou bill In the house fashioned after the Indiana statute on the same subject while Senator Bennett of Ohio county offered a bill in tho senate requlr lag the campaign or auditing commit tee of each political party to keep a strict account of all money receive and expended In every election ant requiring all candidates to maki sworn statements as to what thot campaign expenses were Frank M Andrews tho Ohio architect who Is building the new statehouse address ed a Joint meeting of tho houso and senate by request and urged the necessity of an appropriation to furnIsh and fit up the now building after It Is completed He said there Is no economy or patriotism In placing 1000 00 Into a bare building and then let tlng It stand In a weed field wlthou steps or driveways to It and wlthou heat light water or furniture to male It habitable A Peculiar Accident Lexington Ky Jan 20MikeD- owd night watchman at the Fayetti ounty courthouse fell down the step while entering the engine room frac urine his skull Several matches Jr his pocket Ignited and set his clothing an fire and when found by Engineer Polllver he was a mass of flames Bj turning a hose on the fire it was extinguished and Dowd was sent to the capital where a trephining operation was necessary i The Warmest Ever In January Mt Sterling Ky Jan 2Sunday area the warmest day In1 January ever elt here the thermometer registering 78 degrees Doctors state that the iroscnt weather Is a breeder of die Faso A light rain has cooled the at aosphere to some extent Lincolns Birthday Frankfort KyJan 20The gen iral assembly of Kentucky will declare February 12 next tho birthday ot President Lincoln a holiday and appropriately observe same Denny iVayno county offered a resolution tc his effect In the house Kentucky Gusher Bought Barboursvllle Ky Jan 22Colum us 0 capitalists have purchased the famous border gusher in Wayne ounty with 1200 acres of leases for 40000 and have organized the Kentucky Oil and Gas Co Found Dead In Hit Store Fulton Ky Jan 22R S Morris a wealthy merchant was found dead In his storo by tho clerks who found tho doors bolted at opening time The ury gives a verdict of death from ap iploxy Thero are some Indications or suicide Capt Lundy Shot Qwensboro Ky Jan 22Capt C undy of tht United States army rhllo packing his trunk accidentally lUohargcd his roiclver and received a dangerous wound In the breast The ocAorc have hpPC3oJC his recovery r BULLET FROM A FLOBERT It Pierced the Head of a LifeLena Friend of Gov Goebel Covington Ky Jan 28 Seated upon n chair in the squalid little aback where ho had lived for yearn on 13th street near Qarrord avenue John Mays ono of the most unique oharac ters in tho city was found dead A Flobert rifle bullet which had entered tho back of his head and passed through tho brain had caused his death Tho rifle which belonged to A boardor was found beneath the aged mans bed but so far tho police have boon unable to secure trace of tho murderer Coroner Tarvjn hold an In quest and ordered the police to arrest Edward Emerson aged 32 years tho boarder at tho Maya shack and the owner of the rifle Always eccentric and peculiar he had but few friends and one of these tho friend who nev er deserted him was the lato Gov William Goobol whom ho had known from childhood and whom ho had oft en held on his knee for hours telling him tales of the great world as ho had read of it Later ho loaned many of lily books to the ambitious young man and the friendship cemented then last ed until the assassination of Gov Goo bel ROPE ENDED HIS LIFE Wm Vandalsen Hanged In Louisville For the Murder of His Mistress Louisville Ky Jan 2oWm Van dalsen who murdered his mistress was hanged In tho Jail yard hero Ho met his fate bravely Ho was pronounced dead seven minutes after the drop fell Tho Jail physician who was present said his neck was broken Vandalsen did not appear nervous as he mounted the steps of the death machine Before the black cap was ad justed the executioner asked him It he had anything to say Ho gazed upon the small crowd of spectators before him and acknowledged ho com mitteed the deed for which he was about to pay the extreme penalty of the law but protested that ho did It In selfdefense Vandalsen murdered his paramour Miss Fannie Porter In a room above a saloon on Green street September 19 1904 BARONESS VON ROQUE3 SUIT Several Depositions Taken Against Col Armstrong In Lexington Ky Lexington Ky Jan 19 Depositions In the suit of Bdroness Caroline Von Roques of Germany against Col Da mid W Armstrong of Now York veers taken hero Thursday The deponents were Judge Matt Walton Charles H Stoll and Arthur Cary president of tho Lexington Eastern railroad Tho suit Is to recover money claimed to be duo her from Col Armstrong rr who represented her In disposing of some lands In this state Baroness Von Roques Is tho mother of Mrs Florence Moybrick A CASE OF SUICIDE J B Nixon Found Dead With a Bullet Hole Through His Heart Henderson Ky Jan 19The body of J B Nixon with a bullet hole through the heart was found In a hotel here It Is believed to have been a case of suicide In his satchel were found life and accident policies call lag for 31000 and a clipping from the Now Orleans Picayune giving a story ot the robbing and burning ot a store In Pensaoola Fla last Decem ber Sentenced For Life Catlottsburg Ky Jan 22Arthur France colored was sentenced to prison for life Ho Is the third of tha trio Implicated In the murder ot Chas Jenkins a colored saloonkeeper of Ashland Ky on November 6 lost Hla pals C Harris and Harry Green also colored were sentenced last week New Kentucky Road u Evsnsvllle Ind Jan 22Tho now railroad leading from Providence Ky to Wheatcroft Ky has been completed and cars will be running In a short time The road connects with the Illi nets Central and tho Louisville St Nashvlllo railroads High Temperature In Louisville Louisville Ky Jan 22TJ10 re markably high temperature which broke all previous January records Saturday when the mercury stood at 73 was continued Sunday Tho high est temperature registered Sunday was 72 degrees Carnahan Scoced High Newport Ky Jan 22The Northern Kentucky Gun club hold an Inter esting shoot at the East Newport park The high score was made by Mr Car nahan of Paris 0 Gun club who broke 98 out of 100 birds First Foal of the Season Lexington Ky Jan 22Tho first foal of tho season has arrived at tho Hamburg stud of J E Madden tho young raco mare IJJnda Leo by Ham burg dam Myrtle Harkness by Strath more dropped a bay colt by Imp Pla nudes Big Sale of Tobacco Louisville Ky Jan 22Tho feature In tobacco during tho past week was the sale of 2600 hhds ot Green river leaf to the Imperial Tobacco Oo Tire sales amounted to about 230000 but the enact figures havo not hN tven 11I ItI1i III1HttlIlllI1 I H 1Eastern Kentucky News JI Ho comtponleEC tibUibed ulttt lined la taU by the writer The name Ii not for publication but M u evidence of good filth write pUlnly u111 JACKSON COUNTY i ot mi LICK Jan 20The farmers are pro paring for a crop and they are hav ing line weather for itGeorge Sparks accidently shot Stella Phil lips last Thursday night tho ball passing through her wrist and both breasts But fortunately she is not seriously hurt Nobody seems to know just how the accident happened Henry Matthews is somowha beUerL B Martin bought a wagon from F C Jones and William Sparks says ho is going to fix up a team Mandu L Brockman daughter of Shell Brockman died suddenly a few days ago GARRARD COUNTY CAUTKItSVIIlK Jan 22Wo aro having the mildest winter I have ever seen in Kentucky Industrious fanners have commenced plowing for a new crop J B Carter returned from Louisville last Tuesday where ho went to purchase goodsJ P Bicknell preached a very instructive sermon at the Laurel Green Church Sunday Brother Bickuell will be our pastor for the present year Everybody some and be benefited and instructed h Brother McCollum of Lexington preached at the Christian Church at Fair View the third Sunday He is a flue preacherThe Endeavor So oJety gave a supper last Saturday night at Fairview there was 750 taken in which will go for plastering the ChurchJ G Clark sold a pair of yearling mules to John Green last z Tuesday for 100 Clark has another s pair to sell at same priceJoe Boain 4 has moved to his farm near Carters vllle He went back to East Bern stead last Sunday on business W M Smith of Cartersville and Mist Dora Roberson of Borea were united in matrimony last Wednesday after 8 years courtship The writer wishes them a long and happy lifoJohn and Tellio Green attended services at Fairview SundayThere was a good number from Woodsview at tended Fairview SundayMrs James Nave and daughter visited down on Buckeye from Thursday until Sun dayMiss Dora Boain who is in school at Berea was to see home folks last SnturdayMrs R C Boain and Mrs G Clarkcalled on Mrs Geo Allen last Tuesday Tuning MADISON COUNTY IHIKYFUS i Jan 21W C Ogg has moved to Brasaflold Mrs Thos Adams of Kingston J R Baker and wife and Wm Coyle and wife visited W B Bakers recently Messrs J C Powell Thos Holland and L C Powell attended the annual masonic meeting at Kingston Harve Johnson of Richmond has moved to this place to go in to the goods business Miss Martha Powell was the guest of Mr and Mrs W C Ogg recently Mrs Msttie Rice of Alton IlL has been visiting her father Mr Jos Young R A Hudson of this place has gone to Million EyJ- IICKOKV PLAIN Jan 19Miss Jula Harris spent lull Sunday with Miss Maggie jdawlIMr and Mrs Joe Maupin and Misses Jennie Burdett and Mag gie Adams spent a few hours with the family of Dan Maupin Sunday Eli Cornelison left last Monday for Cin einnati to engage in railroad engi veering S B Gooch of Dreyfus is visiting his sister Mrs Dan Maupin Miss Pearl Adams is visiting her sister at Whites Station Jim Kinnard left a few days since for Ohmaha NtbThe many friends of Mrs Mallie Collins were sorry to hear of her death and heartily sym pathize with her Borrowing relatives Arch Doty spent Sunday with Kiah McKeehan and familyJames Wilson visited relatives near Malory Springs recently ROCKCASTLE COUNTY itociCFonn Jan 23Mis5 Bessie Linvillo Beulah Viars Bertha Rich Florence Holman Virgin Martin Annie and Mattie McGuire visited friends at Rockford Sunday Miss E E Lake visited homefolks near Berea Satur day and SundayQulte a large roved attended Church at Scaffold Cane Sunday Miss Ella Lake is planning for an entertainment Feb 22 Wo wish her j5UCC08sMrs J W Todd who has boon sick is better Pleas Evans was at Rockford Mon day on business Mrs Nora Mc Guiro visited her sister Mrs Bettie Ogg Saturday and Sunday Mr Harvy Thomas wont to Weaver Ky Sunday on businessJohn Harry Gadd went to Berea Tuesday to get a hammerN P Anderson of Manse Ky visited J W Tod- dThursdayN H Stephens went to Conway Saturday on business LAUREL COUNTY London Ky Jan 10 To The Boron Citizen- A Silver Mcdnl Contest was given not long since at the M E Church South by the Loyal Temperance Legion an organization composed of tho small girls of the town and conducted under tho auspices of tho WCTU The medal was awarded to Elizabeth the ten years old daughter of Mr and Mrs John H Jackson Tho decision was not unanimous but was two to one in favor of little Miss Jackson and the other Judge voted for Esther Lusts Tho other contestants woro Mary Nell Jones Blanche Thompson and Florence Lewis Tho Judges were James Eversole W F Raymor and Geo C Moore and the model was delivered by tho later An interest ing program was rendered Among other enjoyable things were recita tions by Misses Bertha Jackson and Ida Rinehart anda vocal solo by Miss Kathleen Lewis anda violin solo by Miss Peterson teacher of music in the Sue Bennett Memorial College At the annual election of officers and directors for the two banks of the city few changes were made For tho Old First National Bank President R M Jackson Vice President G H Brown Cashier McCalla Fitzgerald and tho Directors are Joseph Sampson John M Williams John R Boring J Elliott W A Pugh W B Catching J W Bastin R M Jackson McCalla Fitzgerald and G H Brown Since this bank was established many years ogoa great many other banks have been established on all sides of it but its customers have not forsaken it and its business steadily increases The National Bank of London formerly The Citizens Bank of London which was recently changed from a State to a National Bank al though established but some three years ago is in a most prosperous condition and its recent statement shows that its business is rapidly growing Tho officers and directors for this institution are the same as for last year They are as follows Congressman D C Edwards Pres E H Hackney Vice Pros and D F Brown Cashior The directors arc D C Edwards D F Brown F P Elliott L B MoHargue W A Parsley Abner Eversole T A Porter and Dr G S Brock A frond from IlllnnU Tuscola Ills Jan IB To the Editor or The Citizen We are having a pleasant winter here The people at this place are putting their corn on the market Tuscola is a nice town it has several churches and also several schools and we have no saloons in Tuscola J D Martin is in our town on business today W A Lewis and wife paid B C Martin a flying visit the other day Times are prosperous here I want to ask the Doublo Lick correspondent if it takes corn at two dol lars a barrel to make good times NANNIE MARTIN I STOMACH ACHE You have more or leas trouble with your stoma YOU1bowols your IIvea everybody doe Anc1- when these aLetlUYdl1 gans do get- outofordcr i they are the worst things In the world to you If you took the right kind of care of them you wouldnt j Buffer but you dont The only way you can correct the trou partsfromDr CaldwelTs I LU Syrup Pepsin II lagoodforcertain plant drugs DR CALD valuejfDRCALDWEILS SYRUP PEPSIN h the best in the world for cor ItroabioyouBDR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and halt dollar sizes at all druggists and your money will be refunded if it falls to benefit you Your postal card request wffl brine by return man our new booklet DR CALDWELL3 BOOK OlP WONDBR and fro sampl to tboia who have never tried this wondtrtu tcrnedy Mall your postal today PEPSIN SYRUP MoRtloftllo IlllnefeCOiFor Sale by S E WELCH Jr Happenings in Kentucky THE KENTUCKY SOLONS The First Measure Pasted Raises the Age of Consent Frxnkfort Jan 4This Is the fourth week of the legislative session and the senate passed Us first sad only bill Tuesday It bras Senator Bo tons bill raising the age of consent In females from 12 to 16 years A number of bills were reported by the committees and better progress Is ox peoted to be made from now on The senate Is all stirred up over the delay of the public printer In printing the bills Introduced in the senate and the Innocent official was soundly roosted by several senators Finally n resolu tlon was adopted declaring that U all the bills are not printed within three days after their introduction the print lag committee shall have power to contract to have the bills printed epee where and charged to the public prin ter The senMo committee on munlo ipalities decided to report favorably tho Phelps bill providing that order or Hens for measured wares of em ployes shall not bo mild unlesa sign ed or indorsed by the employer Representative Klalr dem Intro duoed a bill to prohibit the production of any play that U bused upon antagonism alleged formerly to exist b twoen master and slave or that fex cites race prejudices The penalties are J500 fine and jail imprisonment THE PRESS ASSOCIATION Mldwlntr Meeting Held In Frankfort With About 50 Editors Preeent Frankfort Ky Jan 24Tbo Ken tucky Press association held a midwinter meeting here with about CO ed ton In attendance A business sea lion was hold at the jpera hoU8ft followed by a lunch at the Hlks club house and a trolley rids to the site ut the nev state house A special com mittee of editors was appointed to act In con unction with this state board ut hralh fca to quarantine matters nnl may also help the dealers look lot the N ont medlolne frauds At the session held Tuesday mtht Goy Deck ham presided and aidrcsses were made by Will L Vlsschnr of Chicago and Arthur Ford of IxwiUrllle Fords subject was Newapaers PolltloUns and Machines and Utrcduelng him to the audience Goy lierkham sat I I have seine knowledge of uwspat pen know some politic ts but know nothing of machines FRANK BALL CASE A Change of Venue WM Grantee To Knox County Plneville Ky Jan fThe Com monwealth KentuckyFnak Ball QUO were granted change of venue to Knox county Motion was made last Friday and upon hearing evidence Judge U J Moss sustained the motion and befcb sides selected Knox county In which Judge M C Faulkner presides Hall has retained able counsel and the cue be fought to the end Lodges to which Bolen Balls alleged victim belonged have retained lions U B Golden James D Black of Barbour vllle to assist the prosecution Trouble Among Officials Mt Sterling Ky Jan 24 Jller C T Wilson was arrested on a warrant worn out by Mayor Harris charged with flourishing and flung a pistol in the city limit He was acquitted and sow it Is said he will file suit for J3 000 damages agaJnut Mayor Harris and the city alleging false arrest Big Hemp Fire Lexington Ky Ju 24neLoughrldge hemp factory on Seventh street was destroyed by lire and at midnight President Lou hrldie of the concern estimated the k satW 000 partially corned by insurant The fire is believed to b4 Cf liicendUry origin Marshals Leg Amputated Mayfleld Ky Jan 24 Deputy United States Marshal G W Saunders Is tying In a critical condition as a result of being accidentally shot In his leg by ble own pistol several days ago His loft leg was amputated Just above the knee Played With Matches Frankfort Ky Jan tLltlIeMary Samuels Williams the 3year old daughter of Judge Ben G Williams died Tuesday night from burns re ceived She was playing with match es when her dress caught Ore Given a Five Year Sentence Mt Sterling Ky Jan HJobnI Flaherty who Attempted to kill Mm Florence Watson during a Ohrirtmoa dauc by shooting her In the back pleaded guilty to the indictment and was given five years New Coal Company Organized Barbourvllle Ky Jan 24Tho Lynn Camp Coal Co has ben organ ized by Central Kentucky capKallaU to develop property near Grays this county A modern mining plant will be Installed at once To Aid Circuit Judges PJnevllle Ky Jan 24111e Dell County Bar association has sent A petition to the legislature recommend lag that Gov Boci ham appoint special judges to old the circuit judges in the large district Two Kentucky Postmasters Washington Jan 24Georgo L irnes 14318 formally appointed postmaster at Frankfort his name being sent to the senate with that of W B King for postmaster o i PJnovllle X A 1a Sunny Spot There Is one spot te Swlteertanrt Lu eauo whlcU has an average of dully sunshine for the year of 01 hours high or than Padua 50 bourn anti nearly as high as ItomeCi hours Basel hits only 47 hours Denmark has the sauie dally nmouut of sunshine as Uuglitud 33 hours while Germany baa frutu 4U to 4S hours The sunniest spot lu Ocr many Is Jena Codec Trut If you suspect jour coffee Is nrtulter atrd throw a heiHlfMl of the bonus In cold water The rital c cteobtu will sink while tIle Kpurtous wica will nod or remain svspoutf oil for some time IInrlalbltAsphalt Is fount In large qututltlcs In various purls of itoHRttiy The 1lrit Newiimpcr The first newspapers tho Venetian gazettes were for many years tdru lated only In manuscript Ixxnuse tIlt government would not allow thoir pub lication In print Becoming scurrilous they were prohibited In every part of Italy by a special bull issued by Gregory Xlll JJrlUIn Lurk of Wood With the exception of Portugal Great Britain has the lowest percentage area of woodland of any country In Europe r Torlle Tree at nirdi Birds at different kinds have their favorite trees Blackbirds rooks suit Jays frequent oak trees the ash shel tern wood pigeons and thrusheii the hawthorn all kinds of finches while the woodpeckers favorite 1s the beech Shoe Shoes wore not made rights and lefts earlier tlisn 1472 The Korean Vlma The Korean nag Is white cud bears In the center a sort of ball oo half blue rail the other nIl typifying the two elements of creation the wale and the female In the corners are strange and cetnUcatnl blue characters IB vented by a Chinese emperor a few thousand year age Ctirlilnma la SovniUnnrln In Scandinavia CtwUUaai U fe ebrat ed In Its moral RHM of pie till earth good will toward m nM Tb courts are t1oIIt1 i amN are adjtut Itd and oW feuds fwgotttw It Is the home of the famous Yule leg dmiaoli Lmthrr To waab chamoli loather wake lath er of soap and warm water and In this squeeze UM leather UN Uw dirt Is rc movwl Ue more than eee lot of suds if necessary floally riase la soapynot clearwater squeeze sad hang oat to dry If UM toalker be a ucb soiled add a little ammonia to Use soap suds Theater Ticket IsA 10 per cwt tax on theater tickets in France yIeU about 10000009 n year The money Is devoted to the maintenance of the poor The Magnetic Iced e The needle points to the north polo wherever the compass may be North of tho line en which the compass needle balances perfectly the tine Is call ed the magnetic equator the needle dips to too north South of that line the southern end of the needle dips but the ends of the needle are not reversed An Honored Ditker CroeU erected u statue of gold to Us batter In memory of hU talent TM In tapsTea at a halfpenny a pound 1s used by the poorer daiMea lu Japan This is the cheapest kind of bancha acd lOn sistt of the mining of the tea hushes whoa they are clipped with the sheurs after tbeflrst crop Ilrviue Bronze such as used for tea urns etc may be cleaned by warning Ont with soap and water then after dry lug thoroughly apply furniture cream and polish with a soft duster This method U not recommended for works of art but for bronze articled of house hold use it answers perfectly making them look bright and new The Larceit Searchlight The largest searchlight In the world Is that on top of Pikes peak Colorado and flashes over 280 miles of tho Rocky mountains Ocrau Cable Atlantic cables are always laid from west to east because the prevailing winds In the summer mouths on the Atlantic are front the west and ships make much better weather going eastward Japaaeie Matcliei Sixty per COOL of tho matches made1 In Japan aro sold In China j Pros Darometer exce1rJbtbaromettrinch or two of water at thebottwmand a little ladder running uj to Uw Atop heJWIIIasceuIl Cuinlilnntloni In Damlvocw The mathematical fiend bas been tat it OKflln and now makes to a sbiiQ dcrlug world the aunowuceinent that two persons playing dominos ten hours a day and wuklugtbnr moves a minute could continue 118000 years Without exhausting all i the combina dons of the genie the total of which U 248528211840 IIlRhUnd Children The healthiest children In the f world dwell In tho Scottish highlands They seldom weal slices before they 1 are twelve years of UieJ 111 Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over f 40 Toachors and 900 Students from 26 States largeste College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course with agriculture for young thou and Domestic Science for young ladles TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yours NORMAL COURSES For touchers Three course leading County Ceftifionto Stntu Cerllficato and State Diploma toIACADEMY COURSESFour year fitting for College for and for life COLLEGE COURSES Literary Scientific Classical loading to Baccalaureate degree- sMUSICChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Plano Theory f- Wo are hors to help all who will help themselves Uwnrtl a ChrUUaB education Our instruction Is ti free gift Students pay a small Incidental foe to noes of tho school apart from Instruction and must also pny for board in advance Expenses for fall torm of 14 weeks may bo brought within 2060 Winter turn of 11 weak 2700 Spring term of 11 works S2I2C Full term opened September 18 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congrega tlonallsU Methodists Prwebytorinue and good people of all denomination For Information and friendly advice addreu the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Borta Madison 1AlwaysQuinineTCures aCold in One Dayt GripinTwo oBos CUT IT OUTI says the doctor to many of his lady palienCa because he dtknow of any medlcfnsl treatment that will sure vomb or ovarian troubles except the surgeons knife That such a medicine exists however baa been proved by the wonderful cures performed on diseased women In thousands ef cues by I WINEOf CARDUI I I Womans Relief aDlhasf Ichrohle Invalidism It will cure you If you wilt only give It a chance Sold at everyldrug More In I00 bottles TrIlL WRITE US AUTTCR freely and frankly 10 strictest conf- tA4 nce telling VI allyeur trouble We will sent FrseyMkIke pUIn seated tnrttcpe A04ru Ladies fAilYliery Dept The CJutt nr j Unwlldne Co Chattaawgih Tenn t f I Theysaymoney does not make s peopIehappyI VC UNSURP- ASSABLECANDIES I JOESSolo e Richmond Ky Pben 111 A Farm of 100 Acres FOR SALE Within 2 mUm of Beren College 60 acres cleared 40 acres in timber Good log house wenthocboarded with 2 firo places Good Orchard good Water good Barn nnd Well Fenced Is well worth 2000 but will take 1400 Cull at onco on J P BICKNfiLL Road Estate Agent r FOR SALE See J W HERNDON for Cow Peed und Baled Hay 3 miles from Baron on Richmond pike = FOR RENT Rooms for runt well located and ventilated Enquire of O C Ilhodus t 2Sc I petttlvoly OAVX UP IVrrOHTJK I ore a suppwur tar years lorl- ilY woat which had crowd eJ every thing down before itwrtus Airs S J ClMi m nofM wviUaMY feted untoU misery and coral 1111Iwan Ant taking Cad III I gave K styfeet GREAT BthAtC a c U A DPen MuqudUO C 1t L The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Ttaini All New t- oTOLEDOAND DETROIT THROUGH CAM TO Cborltvolr Petoskey Bay View Wequetonsing Harbor Springs Cheap Ilomesookers rates to point in tho West and South Inquire of C II D agents for full partion Tars or address D 0 EDWARDS P T H Cincinnati C F Hanson LICENseD EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER SuecesBor to B R Roblasoa All calls promptly attended t night and dayIt Telephone No4 Borea RJhFor Ladies Furnishing Goodscall ut tho Now Cash Store tlioy have a full line of uptdduto Goods 4