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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0e0000710D0000100 BEREA PUBLISHING CO- o iE ALBERT COOKPhD Manager 5 o IrI1md of foe jtatso oSdeosoSoISosoteoSottloosotaoSo I VOL VIII Flvo Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY 27 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 28 IDEAS A bright Now Year and a sunnr track 11 Wa1Anlloa looking fife year has peeved away Now every year the gins appear New prllltfrOm our lips shall sound And golden ihem sor small nor I fdwi t This Is ray Now Tc ri wUU for you WINTER TERM BEREA COLLEGE OPENS WEDNESDAY JANUARY SECOND Y 1907 r FROM THE WIDE WORLD EcunlorlSOlllbIrctttl Gen Eloy Alfaro the noting Iltnldtnil to ho permanent countitu tionnl president for four years Alfnro received a largo innjority of tho votes cast anti his election is very popular On DecojnlHtr 2lth Governor Ma goon signed the appointing commission to revise tho laws of Cuba It is reported tint Raisuli a sort of robber chief lu tho country of Morocco in Africa is arming bands of men near the oily of Tangier read it is feared that ho Intend to attack till forties of tho Sultan who rules MorrocoJames Bryce u noted British statesman has been appointed am bnwmdor of England to thu United Staled He in closing up his business affairs and getting ready to come to WashingtonKing of Belgium bill giv m over his ownership and rule of tae 10000111 Congo Free State to tho Belgian government The parlia ment of that nation accepted this aelfon efFtIsMKIgauwlcuembor 14 It is now tue idan for Belgium to annex the Congo State A constitution for tho Transvaal in South Africa which was conquered a few yours ago by English sold mars was given to that country by England on December 12th It goes into effect ImmodlltolyI It is roported that the Czar of Russia has approved of a bill giving to tho Jews in Russia equal rights with other citlseuS For a long time the Jews there as well as in many other plrces have been fearfully oppressed IN OUR OWN COUNTRY On December S4tb Mayor Wood war of Atlanta Ga ordered all uloana of the city closed from 4 oclock m until Wednesday morning as thvrel were rumors that attack would be made on negroes on Christmas day A race wir is feared in Mlulutppl otlWahabkthe whiles because a negro was killed by a conductor whllo he wafl trying to quIet a disturbance on hU train Soldiers were on the way to Wahalak en Dee J4lb to protect the white rue ideate there Joeejih F Smith head of the Mor mon Church Bomo weeks ago confess t4 that ho hall disobeyed the law In unlawful cohabitation with one of hit WUII Now he hag been summoned as a director of the Union Pacific II R to answer charges of clrlnc Illegal rebate Wtek bl fore list there was a warm feint In the U S Ssuito In regard to the Mormon Ssivuor Smoot asntlor Burrows of Michigan 111Ok9 represcatlntr n mijority of the Bwiate committee which rccomnmida that Smoot be excluded from tho SrnL ate Sfnttor DiiDols rf Itt ha chart ed President Uaosfrelt and tho repub limn leaders with putting party 8uc1 OTTB above national rood In supporting Ut0111andCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY More gold is wing discovered in Eslill county Some time ago it was found at Wngersville and near Irvine and now within tho lust few weeks n good mine has been located at Cobb Hill ns a result it is said of follow r ing out some clews found in some old papers loft by on Indian Much interest has been excited thru tho country by the story of Lind say B Hicks n Kentuckian by birth who was imprisoned for about two weeks In a mine in Bakersfield Cal and after very hard experiences was THE CITIZENoooooooooooo If 1907 is to be better than 1906 J If tire new year is to be a better for you than the old one has been three things you must doand you can do them First you must believe in yourself You cando hovebeforethan you are You can do some things that no one else in the world can do You have a splendid year before you Secondly you must believe in those about you They arc a good deal worse than you think but they are also a good deal better than you think They are more ready to help you aired more ready to do what is fair and right than you think If you believe in them they will help you and you can help them JI Thirdly you must believe in God Believe that He loves you and will do everything that is good for you arc obedient to Him He knows what you need much better than you do and He has much finer grander for you this next year than you have for your self Believe in Him and let Jim make you what He wants you to be and you will be sure to have a Happy New Year iiAiOiiTiiHs or THI L In lIre Coilwb of fought In War the inurcI- Uaalpblpimt OYMTUU HAT N 10eU fly Dear Dr 1nwti I wish you good leek I wish all l fortuae to IraCollege I tiellere profoundly In loynlly of thete mountain people from among whom come Abrnhnm Lincoln one of tin two creatett American Proildent nrrn Cullco lIRa made friend for thew people IM worth and In Est In place where they were but little known nud but little undentoiMl I firmly believe that through the Initruiuentnllly of educational Inttltutlon such nt tiered Colleee nil of I4InchtnnmerlrR will prove a ttoreheu e of nallonnl vigor suit that the rise ot this pert of our common country will be nn Imcnlculahlo benefit to all United tines Silnceely your TiiKonuitu IIOOSITIIT Dr W lIlAlllactOtlilloI rreddeat Dean Collrgr- IJvrea Kentucky CLOVER IIOTTDM rtlhIN- Oosf the Favorite llulldlni of llorrn Cuticle togs Home Mnny Itlch People Prefer thrill to S uvl Liimher finally rescued 22 Hicks did some serious while shut up the walls of earth and granite and made up his mind to lot alone for tho rest of his it might bo well for a few mora Ken l tuckians be shut in mines a while Wasting Good Oak But few people are aware of the fact that there is stilla good deal of nionoy toibe made by tank staves out of white oak trees This class of work ia not hard and f Chief Contentsjof This Number 11 PAOnIownIdeas From Wide WorM In Our Own JoontlJ- OommonwMUh of Kentucky Pretldrnt Itooterelti LtitUr The MounUiluClmniilon PAOB TWO room A Song of Gliulnoii 8erUIThe Oration 1AOIi TlIIlKi Heron and Vicinity Tnke Notice Law and Ordar League College Hem VAOK FOUR CummudYew Itulei What the Clowl Wife Urine 17 DivnlllU Children Department Story ef Injun Joe rUli 1IVK A New Teat Itoolutlon Sunday School Leuon Newt From Everywhere PACK SIX The Home Good llvclpe The SchoolLook Ahead by Prof fins1 nior The Hoy and Land by W Co 1lnnory Eighth Kentucky history Student Journal Latest Market Report PAOESEVEX- Ilerlew of 1000 PAOEEIGUT Eastern Kentucky Starling to School HLVOLITION Yeeg 4I rtldactludllt men who under Wnthlneton Revolutionary filllitc T- gvpteuiberBO soo the thu the PntrlotUiiinnd the miikrJnGow December thinking In whiskey to making the the Correspondence the is very profitable to the farmer who has little to do after the crops have been harvested There are farmers who still persist in Using oak trees for making their fences when wire fences are much better last longer and are a good deal cheaper Any farmer would do well to write to the Shreveport concern asking for further regarding this kind of work They will give directions as to the different sizesof the tank staves that they require and will pay good prices for these tank staves delivered at the railroad statiouWhen writing address Friedlaender S Olivcn Co P OBox D02 Shreveport La The Mountain Champion Roosevelt Believes in the Moun tain PeopleDo We Believe In OurselvesThoughtsfor The letter ot President Roosevelt which wo print this week should stir the heart of every man woman and child In Eastern Kentucky Eastern Tennessee the western parts of the two Virginias and the two Carolina and the northern parts ot Georgia and Alabama We people ot the mountains have been somewhat forgotten detplsed and run over by our neighbors In the richer parts of our states and we have same times been either too proud or too faint hearted to stand up for ourselves In tho best way Jut all that Is In the past and can be for gotten Here is the President of the United States showing his confidence in us and In what can be made out of our children lie reminds us that Abraham Lincoln was born In u Kentucky log cabin lie expects that through such education ae Is coming In reach of us through norcaCollege all this moun tale region will become a storehouse of national vigor and patriotism This is what Dr Pearsons of Chicago believes and he has nhown his sincerity by his great gifts of money to Beroa to help the College help the mountain boys and girl This is what thousands of mountain parents and children have believed and by careful work and careful plan fling they have put over a thousand students a year into Beroa sad now 1 S S us g 1 8 I OBOBOBOBOBOBO B- OBOBOBOBOBO f KENTUCKY DECEMBER 7 I backWlien plans particulars n The Charter of the Berea National Bank No 8435 UreasutE Department Sfnce of Comptroller of tIe Currency Washington D C November 17 1906 WuBREASby satisfactory presentedfto teats un dersigned it has been made to appear thatc The Berea National Bank in the Town of Berea in the County of Madison and State of Kentucky has compliedwith all the provisions of the Statutes of the United States required to be complied with before an association shall be authorized to commence the business of Banking Now THEREFORE I Thomas P Kane Deputy arid Act ing Comptroller of the Currency do herebycertify that The Berea National Bank in the Town of Berea in the Countyof Madison and State of Kentucky is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in Section Fifty one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF witness my hand and sealof office thisseventeenth day of November 1906 SEAL T P KANE Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency I Rank opens December 1 S E WELCH Pres WRIGHT KELLY Vice Pres J L GAY Cashier the army of school teachers trained farmers Improve housekeepers hon est lawyers skilled doctors competent carpenters devoted preachers faithful and skillful young persons tor all calltngs In life that army Is pouring forth from the College to bless the whole circle of Southern states Now are your folks going to cot their share Do you believe that you have a child worth educating Do you young mm believe that you could do greater things If you knew more Do you young lady know that you might bo much more of a blessing to your home and your friend if you had some education Shall pride hinder us or faint heartedaesa turn us back And are we going to have better roads better schools better churches better homes better laws and better people in the mountains These things will not come unless we or sombody believes they can come Let us have faith Let us thank God for our bless Ings and ask him tar more The New Year is at hand Hero is a place where wo ought to stop and do some thinking We grow older right along God wants ns to grow better as well What are our plunk for im provement during 1907 Let us believe tint what has been done can be done What the moun tAlneers have done in educating their children we can do What the people ot Swiss mountains have done In road making we can do And so of all other Improvements And let us try to have all the peo ple share in this progress The chil dren of the most sorry families must be started on an upward path The first good resolution for the New Year laI will make more of self to tho glory of God Tho next good resolution for mTINew Year IsI will be more to my neighbor I 1ZestS It you have never tried thoi j delightful appetizing nutritious X d strength giving breakfast food jj ZEST begin today and when r Xmas arrives you will by that SS time benefited BO much its S 3jgy disappeariK and all thru what otherwise t1 disagreeable task I becomes a pleasant daty and 2 you will go thru It with a Sun ny Jim disposition Try ZEST JS today We have many other kinds of breakfast foods but S the superior kinds only Ue M GREEN I MAIM STREET I hone ooa Deliveries made toall partaot 8 the city m13i iTitJ tiY t A SONG OF GLADNESS Come Children of the Heavenly King WJth grateful hearts rejoice and cine Xetin with one accord draw near A lone of gladness all should hear I Qeds wondrous tOTe through bygone rears- 11atbtriumphed over doubts and tears Plscordant notes have taken wings IA song of gladness we should sing gods guiding hand hath led the war And turned our darkness Into dar The roes of truth shall not destroy This song of gladness tells our joy Ooda loving Spirit hath been given That chains of sin might all bo riven We thank Thee Lord with heart and vlee WlHi snags of gladness we rejoice Aa In the years now passed away lead Thy flock we humbly pray Tin oaf at last on farther shore We stag with gladness evermore John 1C none In N Y Observer r THE GRAFTERS 2J- ylRANCI5 LYNDEI 60P7 Ctr04e7IAaoooNleaW 0eJ CHATTER XXVILCONTnfUED Ton dent understand David If you conld be sure of a fairminded Judge and an unbiased jury you and those wile are Implicated with you but roull get neither in this machine ridden state Vo are going to have both after you have Oiled your two columns by the way yen are still saving those two columns for me arent youln to morrow mornings Argus Or rather jlm hoptng there will be no need for either Judge or Jury The night editor shook his head pIn and once more he said My Ixeaveat adding What could you ooesRrty bope to accomplish t Youll KM the receiver and his big boss out Wf the state for a few minutes or pos lalbly for a few hours if your strike Makes them bunt up another railroad to return on But what will it amount tot Golfing rid of the receiver docsBt smut the decree of the courtKent foil back on his secretive habit yet once again OIl dont care to anticipate the cli max Hildrcth By one oclock one of two things will have happened youll get a wire that will make your back hair alt UP or Ill get one that will make mo wish Id never been born LCt It rest at that for the present you have work enough on hand to fill up the Interval and If you havent you can distribute those affidavits I gave you among the compositors and get them Into type I want to see them in the paper tomorrow morning along with the other news Oh we cant do that David The time isnt ripe You know what I told- y01 about JIf the time doesnt ripen tonight Hlldrelh It never wilL Do as I tell you and get that stuff into type Do mOre write the hottest editorial you can think of demanding to know if it ist time for the people to rise and drill oat this stable once for alL Dy Jove David Ive half a mum mind to do It If youd only unbut ton yourself a little and let me see wlgt ugw backing is going to befn good season laughed Kent Your business for the pros cot moment is to write Im going down to the Union station What forr demanded the editor Tto see U our crazy engineer is still mistaking his orders properly Hold on a minute How did the enemy get wind of your plot so quickly T You can tell mo that cant you Oh yes I told you Hawk was one of Iho party in the private car He foil off at the yard limits station and t came back to townI The night editor stood up and con fronted life visitor David you are either the coolest plunger that ever drew breathor the bubbiggent fool I wouldnt bo stand fag in your shoes tonight for two such railroads as the TW Kcat latjfhed again and opened the door Ift suppose not But you know there is no accounting for the difference in tastea I feM as It I bad never really lived before this night the only thing that troubles me is the fear that some body or something will get In the way of my demented engineer lie went out into the hall but as Hlldrelh was closing the door he turned back- Thfire Is one other thing that I meant to sayt when you get your two columns of sensation youve got to bo decent ant share with the Associated jrqes Im duddashed if I do said HH 4relh ftercelTIVis yes you will Just the bare facts you know Youll have all the exciting details for an exclusive to say nothing of the batch of amdavlts 1n the on scandal And It is of the last importance to me that the facts ball bo known tomorrow morning wbecvcr the Associated has a wire Go away said the editor and duddont come back here till you can uncork yourself like a man and a Cud Chrl9tlanl Go off I say It wanted but a few minutes of 11 whoa Kent mounted the stair to the dispatchers room In the Union eta tion lie found MToah sitting at Dosohuefc elbow aad the voaiden an- a the glasstopped table were crackling like overladen wires In an electric stormStrike talk said the trainmaster Every man on both divisions wants to know whats doing Got your news paper string tied up all right Kent made a sign of assent Wo are waiting for Mr Patrick Callahan Any news from him t Plenty of it Patsy would have a story to tell all right It he cohld stop to put It on the wires Durgan ought to have caught that blamed rightof way man and chloroformed him I found him messing as I phoned you Anything come of ItT Nothing fatal I guess since Patsy Is still humping along But Hawks next blff was more to the purpose He came down hero with Halketta chief clerk whom he had hauled out of bed and two policemen The plan was to fire Donahue and me and put BIcknell In charge It might have worked If Blcknelld had the sand But ho weakened at the last minute admitted that ho wasnt big enough to handle the dispatchers trick The way Hawk cursed him out was a caution to sinnersWhen was this Kent asked Just a few minutes ago Hawk went off ripping swore he would find somebody who wasnt afraid to take the wires And between us three Im scared stiff for fear he wilL Can it be done Dead easy if ho knows how to go about itand Bicknell will tell him Tho Overland people dont love us any too well and if they did the lease deal would make them side with Gull ford and the governor If Hawk asks them to lend him a train dispatcher for a tow minutes theyll do it But the union t Kent objected They have three or four nonunion menStill Hawk has no right to dis charge you- BIcknell has He is Halketta representative and The door opened suddenly and Hawk danced in followed by a man bare r WHAT IS THAT FOLLOWING U8J ASKED BUCKS headed and in his shirtsleeves the Buperlntedcnta chief clerk and the two officers Now then well trouble you and your man to get out of here Mr MTosh said the captain of the Junto forces vindictively But the trainmaster was of those who die hard He protested vigorous ly addressing himself to BIcknell and ignoring the exdistrict attorney as it bo were not He McTosh was willing to surrender the office on an official or der in writing over the chief clerks signature But did BIcknell fully un derstand what It might mean in loss of life and property to put a new man on the wires at a moments notice BIcknell would have weakened again but Hawk was not to be frus trated a second time Dont you see ho Is only sparring to gain time he snapped at BIcknell Then to MTosh Get out of here and do it quick And you can go too wheeling suddenly upon Kent Donohue had taken no part in the conflict of authority But pow he threw down his pen and clicked his key to cut in with the G a which claims the wire Instantly Then dis tinctly and a word at a time so that the slowest operator on the line could get it he spelled out tho message All Agents Stop and hold all trains except first and second fast mall west bound MTosh Fred and office In bands of poUce Stop him cried the shirtsleeved man Hes giving It away on the wire But Donobue had signed his name and was putting on his coat Youre welcome to what you can find he said scowling at the inter loper If you kill anybody nojr Itll be your own fault Arrest that man said Hawk to his policeman but Kent interposed If you do the force will be two men shy tomorrow The Civic league isnt dead yet And he took down the numbers of the two officers There were no arrests made and whoa tbe ousted three were clear of the room and the building Kent asked an anxious question now near can they come to smash- Ing us MTosh That depends on Callahans nerve The night operators at Donerall Scho field and Agua Callente are all Guil ford appointees and wbnn the new man explains the situation to them theyll do wbat they are told to do But Im thinking Patsy wont pull up for any thing milder than a spiked switcho Well they might throw a switch oa him I wonder somebody hasnt done It before this The trainmaster shook his head s 1n If Tlseher is keeping close up behind that would Jeopardize more lives than Callahans But there is another thing that doesnt dcpead on nerve Patsy or anybodys Whats that Water The run Is ISO miles Tho 1010s tank is good for 100 with a train or a possible leO light There Is about one chance In a thousand that Callahans crownsheet wont get red hot and crumple up on him in the last 20 ratios Lets take a car and go down to yard limits Wo can sit In the office and hear wbat goes over the wires even if we cant get a finger In to help Patsy out of his troubles They boarded a Twentieth avenue car accordingly but when they reached the end of the line which was Just across the tracks from the Junction In the lower yards they found the yard limits office and the shops surrounded by a cordon of militia By George said MTosh They got quick action didnt they I suppose Its on the ground of the strike and possible violence Kent spun on his heel heading for the electric car they lied Just left Back to town he said unless you two want to Jump the midnight Overland as It goes out and get away while you can It Callahan 0118 CHAPTER XXVIII THE RELENTLESS WHEELS But Engineer Callahan had no nation of fatting When bo had drawn the hammer on his superior officer ad vising discretion and a scat en Immy Shovels box the 1010 was racking out over the switches In the Western division yards Three minutes later the electric beam of Tlschers following headlight sought and found the fret section on the long tangent leading up to the high plains and the race was In full swing At Morning Dew the first night telegraph station out of the capital the two sections were no more than a scant quarter of a mile apart and the operator tried to flag the second sec tion down as reported This did not happen ogaln until several stations had been passed and Callahan set his Jaw and gave the 1010 more throttle But at Lossing a town pf some size the board was down and a man ran out at the crossing swinging a red light Callahan looked well to the switches with the steam shut off sad his hand dropping Instinctively to the air and the superintendent shrank Into his corner and gripped the window ledge when the special roared past the warn ing signals and on through the town beyond lie bad maintained a dozed silence since the episode of the four ished hammer but now he was moved to yell across the cab I suppose you know what youre In for If you live to got out of this Its 20 years in this state to pass a danger signal This was not all the superintendent raid there wore fore words and Interjections emphatic but unprintableCallahans reply was Another flour ish of the hammer and a sudden out pulling of the throttlebar and the superintendent subsided again But enforced silence and the grind stone of conscious helplessness will sharpen the dullest wit The swerving lurch of the 1010 around the next curve set Halkctt clutching tor handholds and the Injector lever fell within his grasp What he did not know about the working parts of modern locomotive was very considerable but bo did know that an injector half opened will waste water as fast as an inch pipe will discharge it And without water the Irishman would have to stop Callahan heard the chuckling of the wasting Miler feel before he had gone a mile beyond the curve It was a discovery to excuse fad language but his protest WitS Urablikc No more av that It ye plate MIs ther Halkett or me an Jimmy Shovclll have toJAil would ycz nowBefore his promotion to the super tendency Hnlkctt had been a ward boss In the metropolis of the state Thinking he saw his chance ho took It and the blow knocked Callahan silly for the moment Afterward there was a small freeforall buffet lag match in the narrow cab in which the fireman took a hand and during which the racing 1010 was suffered to find her way alone When it was over Callahan spat out a broken tooth and gave his orders concisely Up wld him over the coal an well put him back in the car where he be longs Now thin Halkctt had to go and he went not altogether unwillingly And when It came to Jumping across from the rear end of the tender to the forward ves tibule of the Naughtseven or being chunked across he Jumped Now it chanced that the governor and his first lieutenant In the great railway steal had weighty matters to discuss and they had not missed the superintendent or the lawyer suppos ing them to be still out on the rear platform enjoying the scenery Where fore Halketts sudden appearance mauled begrimed and breathless from Ibis late tussle with the two engine was the first intimation of wronggoing that had penetrated to the inner sanctum of the private car Whats that you say Mr Halkett on the western division Whereabouts demanded the governor Between Leasing and Skipjack sid lngIt we havent passed the siding in the last two or three minutes Ive been too busy to notice was the re plyAnd you say you were on the en gine Why the devil didnt you call your map town I knocked him down gutted the superintendent savagely one Id oars beat his face in for him if there hadnt been two of them Its a plot of Mme kind and Callahan knows what he I about Ho kid me held op with a 0 hammer till Just a raw minute anand hes running past stopsignals and over red lights like a madman Bucks sail Guilford exchanged cone victions by the road of the eye and the governor wild This Is pretty serious Major Have you anything to suggest 1 And with out waiting for a reply he turned upon Halkett Where Is Mr Hawk I dont know I supposed ho was In hero with you Or maybe hes out on the rear platform Tho three of thom went to the rear passing the private secretary comfort ably asleep In Ms wicker chair When they stepped out upon the recessed observation platform they found It emptyHe must have suspected something and dropped off in the yard or at the shops said Halkett And at the saying of it he shrank back involuntarily and added Ah Look at that will you The car had Just thundered past an other station and Callahan had ua derrun one more stopsignal at full speed At the same instant Tlschors headlight swung Into view halt blind ing them with its glare What is that following us1 asked BucksIts the fast mall said Halkctt Guilford turned livid and caught at tho handrail Ss8l1yare you sure of thatt he gaspedOf course it was an hour and 23 minutes late and wo aro on its time Then we cant stop unless somebody throws us on a siding quavered the receiver who had a small spirit In a large body I told MTosb to give the mall orders to make up her lost time or Id fire the engineertold him to cut out all the stops this side of Agua Callente Thats whit you get for your Infernal meddling snapped Halkott la catastrophic moments many barriers go down deference to superior officers among tho earliest But the master spirit of the Junto was still cool and collected To B Continued Redeem Yonr fast Pallor You may say that you have failed too often that there Is no us+ In try Ing that it is Impossible for you to succeed and that you have fallen too often even to attempt to get on your feet again Nonsense There it no failure for a man whose spirit Is on conquered No matter how late the hour or how many and repeated his failures success is still possible Tbo evolution of Scrooge the miser in the closing years of his life from a hurt narrow heartless moneygrubber whose soul was Imprisoned In his shin Inc heap of hoarded gold to a generous genial lover of his kind is nc mere myth of Dickens brain Tim and again In the history of our dally lives chronicled in our newspapers recorded in biographies or exhibited be fore our eyes wo see men and women redeeming past failures rising up out of the stupor of discouragement and boldly turning faco forward once more 0 S Marden In Success Magazin- eservant Turned the TAbles A story Is told of a high AngloIn dian officer who was in tho habit o4 soundly thrashing his servants when they displeased him One day he ordered a servant to go I a summer house In the compound sad wait fat him tbrro Presently turning o with a heavy horsewhip ho thus aizsedt- he offender Now you scoundrel Ive got y rs in a place where no ono can hear and Ill thrash you within an Inch of your life The servant though a man of power ful physique squirmed native like Sah you sure no one can bear Yes you scoundrel Ive brought you hero on purpose Then sab I think I thrash yon And he did It so thoroughly that hll master was not visible for a week Scotsman She Quiet Life Rev Silas C Swallow In a recent address in an Indiana church praised the quiet and domestic typo of life Give me he said the evenings spent at borne evenings around the bright fire the father and mother absorbed in good books the children ab sorbed In innocent games That it the typical American evening and I am glad It Is so common in the west In tho cast I am sorry to say It becomes more rare each year It was to an advocate of these quiet evenings a Philadelphian of 40 or so that his gay wife said one day John we havent chairs enough for our company There are plenty of chairs the man replied but too much company N Y Tribune Mean MM lIean1lotHe la but ho likes to get a Joke oa her YoU know she is sensitive about her age Well ho has let everybody know that when they were married he gave her a magnificent necklace of dine monde each diamond representing a year of her age and be adds ono to the string every time she has a birth day Imagine how tho poor woman Is torn between her desire to display the necklace and the fear that when she wears It everybody will be counting the dlamonde4ltButs Where the Sun 1m Unknown A kindergarten teacher In one of the pubJlc schools who had been talking to the chidren about the sun asked a new pupil where it set The little black eyed damsel whose dignity had earned bertha sobriquet La polio Prlncesse i replied calmly Ob Miss Brown row know I came from a Very little tows where we never heard about the sum Chicago ItocordUeraJd Hyacinths Nnrclssus Crocus Tulips IFerns GREENHOUSES i I I Phone 188 RICHMOND KY 1 ICutDesigns Flowers and t a o+o+o+O +O+o +o+0+O +O +odes +o+0+o+o+o+o+a+o+o+o+o+0o+ 0tTHE HOUSECLEANING SEASON r tIshere and every housewife wants one or more 1 pieces of new 3 FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING o Take a Look Through Our Stool t It will surprise you bow well And how reasonably wo can supply wants 6IFITS FROM US ITS GOOD + oreoco Drop Tor Ball Bearing Sowing Machines 130 and 135 worth fA J60 and 105 J f CRUTCHEB EVANS HUhmoDd Kf D y Tliont 71 Nlbt Phone f74rru+o+o+o+o+o +o+oo+o+o++o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+oo+oo+o+o+ I Carriage Satisfaction PO Phaetonsf Durable oomfortablO1stylish bodyAntshcarriages invariably give thenNOWWe repaint repair and rotiro Get our I KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS c P HIGGINS Prop Richmond Kr f Offer The Citizen ror awhola year and n popular su book Mountain People of Kuutucky oII I I5O I i Through special arrangements with tho publish er of this book n largo second edition hue bees printed Dud the subscribers of The Citizen arc to haro tho of thu great this lot of books Call write today and gut both bookIand paper for tho price of the book The Mountain People of Kentucky was written by a mountain man for tho mountain peo ple anti should be in tho bands of every Kcutuck oubscrlb era who pay one year advance Call or THE CITIZEN BEREA KY r e Call at T J Moberleys andstire beet line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for i horse Call and get prices they will 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Bank Trust Cbmpanv1 IT Effective January first thq Capital Stock of the Berea Banking Qompany will m f I JJJSJJ be increased from 25000 to 60000 and the name will be changed to the Berea r J5 Bank and Trust Company At the same time the amount of the surplus will be mc t increased to 10000 I I businessjg5g ity and in addition will be qualified to act as executor of tetftte will be authorized litre a over five years ago it has bOn the constant aim of the Berea Banking Company to serve the people of Berea and vicinity faithfully Iifb ft this direction have been appreciated Ii arCapital twice as large as before with a surplus of 10000 and with a Board of Di itfp Courtesy Liborty and Safety are guaranteed to every customer of the Berea Bank j and Trust Company tenIfj Farmerat J E JOHNSON Farmer C H BURDETTE Contractor P CORKBLIUS Physician 1 J W DINS1IOR1 Teacher W 1 PORTER Cashier if 1 I II THE BEREA BANK dr TRUST CO Im 000000000000000000000000000 4 Vicinitya I i iGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- t 2 0 IIoooooooooooouTAKE NOTICE Thoro will bo wutchuighl scrrico MonduIj Thomson will preJach Ills Won Jaeksan speat last Sun duty In Richmond OhioIr Douglas aril her aunt MUa Alice Douglas John Jackson It visiting friends and relative at Speedwell till week Mrs Dora Biker Is visiting her mother on DepotsuecC Mrs Mollie Farmer and Nina King I made a buelncrs trip up to Richmond last Saturday afternoon Mr Oeorc Pow now of Morgan- town Va a graduate of the clan of 1904 is spending the holidays with hic friends here John Qabbird was In Richmond on Saturday IIArr Ralph Osbornr who has been Collf1toIMIA Hilda Welch who has been At CimpbellHagcrman School at Lexing ton Ky came home Thursday for the holidays Phillip Hayes and daughter Lucy and Howard Harrison pre visiting rcl Lexington and Path rThore will bo a box supprr at Pilot Knob Church House Jan 2 The proceeds will to for the benefit of the church t theII Todd Mrs Uolllo Coddlngton And son It Harry are vUltlng relatives here Mrs Coddlngton will make Quito An extend L rd vlolt while Mr Coddlngion will stay a tow days Wesley Frcst a senior In Ober IMr and manager of the Col paper there la home for the hol For Sale Fiftynino acres of land itthree miles from Boron close to the and Kingston Piko near the school house For further particulars Japply to Richard Kimbrell NEWS ITEMS for Boron nnd Vicinity the hands of the editor by Taesplay morning early If possible Very Im portent Items bay bo inserted as late 1l as Wednesday morning We shall btIglad to have any items of news ed In by our subscribers 0000000000000Ira ward of Indiana Pa arrived hero on Friday to spend the winter with her sister Mrs Margaret Golden Mr I K Patin of Dennison 0 spent Saturday and Sunday in Berea with hU brother Ralph Prof Ruiaold ia spending his holiday vacation at hU home In Kansas duce Robinson left Saturday mornln for Boston where she will spend her vacation with her aunt Henry Langfellner and Miss Nan nle Click were married at the home of the bride on last Saturday evening at 630 oclock The ceremony WIlE performed by Prof flame The social given for tho students tit Ladles null by Mlascs Mooro and Spoor on last Friday evening eras a great success A largo number was present and all had a fine time Mr Gamble was kept away from his office Tuesday on account of Illness Miss Louise Frey of Linnle Ky will return to Berea for tho winter term Ails Lillian Ambrose who taught In tile fall will be In school offiln this winterTutor May is spending the vacation in Morgan county Mits Virginia Rceee who is Attend ing the conearvatory of Music at Cin cinnati li vislilng her ulster t and broth ra during the holidays Miss Anna Maiden of Cincinnati la visiting hot cuter Qrjoe Her many friends are glad to see her In Berea againMrs B E Oartmell is spending the holidays In Ohio and will return the first of January She will visit in Lima and Akron and will attend a wedding at Bucyruo Arias Cameron Is visiting relatives In Ohio ills Hcndricko is spending her vacation ak home In Woodstock Ill Farms for Sale Fiftyncro farms in Mississippi goodlaudPrice 1500 to 2000 ncoordiirg to improvements Five yenrs time no interest Supplies for first year to experienced farmers who can offer parhoularsiddrosa Natchez Miss Annual arag ottb Lewsnd OruI LC nlaktjpreventedannual meeting of the Ber a Law and Order League but Ue meeting WM of deep Intertat The Ariel Qwt tsang a selection at the opening of the meeting and was heartily spataided The president prtaented a revert of the years work setting fwtk the eon dlllon In Berea eghte Tenths ago tolling of the movement whisk result ed In the organUatloa el Ute LAW and Order League the work dens dar ing tho put year and its efftet The treasurer Mr C F Oojl prevented hla report showing money rn hand to pay all bills and good pledges to gnlt an amount on which the last SMSS ment has been paid thus enabling the L Mguo to start on the new year with n balance In treasury The report wia unanimously accepted Mr B C Seal then epoko of UM changed coadltloa of the town his statements bdc ke- d on his own observattou supple minted bj Inquiries wKleM Jai bd mode Prof Edwards told of the art dent effect on the ItudBt Voo by tile work of the League la clearing the town The election of offleer for the coming year was then take vp resulting as follows President Her A B Thomson Vice President Rev C Van Winkle Secretary Mr E C 3 sle Tra iurer Mr George Dick Members ef the Hx ccutlve Committee to serve with the president and sertary T J Oi borne W H Porter Dr P Cormellue Rev C Van Winkle W D Logidea For Coughs and Colds There is a remedy over sixty years oldAyers Ckerry Pectoral Of course yaakrrt heard of improbably kavc tied- it Once In the family It stays the one household remedy for coughs and hard colds OH the chest Askyour doctor aboutit I hen bid nllmllnla tht tlmwd breaeteahlthroughT from HIT list atu k a cf d UD Ko UIIMIInIoln r 4ilead IAlt1qers S4IlSAPAIILLAI Ayers Pills Increase the activity of the and thus aid recovery 4 v thereIsmadebuted and ready for use will greatly aid la keg good order In Berea Pledgl M to the amount of 35500 were re ceived on the spot and the Executive Committee was authorized to canvass the town It Is hoped that those who pledged last year will renew their pledge for the coming year and that many new names wilt be added tO the list Since tho meeting the College has pronised to add one tenth tke total amount of individual pledges Accident at Jrrlitown Last Week Friday evening about 2 oclock two eons of Sauny Moupln were sitting by the fire at home with their sun They had been out hunt lag and were getting ready to huntI owe more The elder son had petting gun and thinking that the magtotne WU empty was oiling the ruB One ekarge remained however and wont off the bullet entering Maples leg above the knee Dr Bert Coraelus WM called and dressed the wonad out Maple could not reoove from the injury and died Saturday ev enlng about 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Ph D Editor and Mar- I Subscription Rates riTABLB IX ADVAC- ipeTear t1 ClIo Ix Month 6e rot Month u Bead money by rolloffice or Rzprtu Money Order Draft RfjtmrcU letter or one and two eat lump TYdate after uame on label bIWI to What date your sulwcrlptlon la paid lilt 11 not within three weeks after renewal itUyusMUiln number will be gladly supplied If w- earc notified Beantlfut given ai premiums la all New subscriber Liberal term given to any who obtains new sboodpttons for us one four fears subscriptions tin fecclTC The CiUsea fret W for one year JUrcrtUlng rates on appUcativa Queen Alexandra who was born In 1844 Is not only a good but a bravea a queen Sho still celebrates her birth day According to Walter Wellman tho- r only way to reach the polo Is by bal loon Either that or by way of the magazines This Is tho time of year when tho rabbit doesnt know whether tho mor- a rows fiutJ Will rise upon him as Bunny or Hassenp affer r Unfortunately science produces nOl evidence tending to show whether Niagara alls was put on earth for business or pleasure Sir Thomas Lipton makes a hand some defense of American hotels But Sir Thomas was a favored guest when bo stopped in them By putUng up tho earth as a stake for ono to win and having tho millions of men compote opportunity would still be equal if not reasonable Tho Harvard professor of Interna tional law who becomes Grand Vizier to tho ruler of Slam will develop Into a literal power behind tho throne ill attempting to shoot a man tho woundIcdthey claimed that they were u In these days of piping prosperity even a poor man lives high unless he has been quoted a line of produce prices not accessible to tho general public The horse enjoys a certain ad vantage In the fact that tho automo bllo accident Is moro spectacular and therefore more talked about than the ordinary runaway A Chicago woman wants a divorce because her husband prefers listening to a phonograph rather than her con versation Her conversation must be something fierce remarks the Wash ington Herald Tho Fort Edwards N Y man who advertises for a wife who shall weigh 200 pounds or better and bo no so ciety butterfly evidently Intends that there shall be no mistaking the mean ing of his specifications I A magazine asks What Implement can equal the hairpin in the deft hands of a woman Thats easy A note written In a delicate feminine hand found in her husbands vest pocket will beat It every time A Baltimore newspaper announces i that a prize performing flea which escaped from one of the theaters of the city had been captured Thereby have been removed the apprehensions a of thoso who witnessed its last exhibition r = The shah of Persia has just bestowed upon an American piano man ufacturer the brilliant decoration of the Order of the Lion and the Sun Somo time ago the sultan of Turkey gave tho samo gentleman a decoration of similar character There seems to be no doubt of the power of American piano music to soothe the Mohamme 1 daa breast Owing considerable prevailing In many agricultural districts writes ConsuKJeneral B H Rldgely of Barcelona the purchasing power of the Spanish peasants has been greatly curtailed In former years a large trade was dono throughout Spain In bleached linen and linen yarns No household however humble but owned Its set of linen sheets which formed part of tho dowry of every peasant girl on her wedding day On account of the greater coat of linen which has placed It among the list of luxuries this once important branch of trade had dwindled down to an in significant figure Public opinion in England has killed the soap combination says the Phila delphia Ledger Notwithstanding the workings of tho Irresistible economic law of combination the protests of the trado and of tho public have bepn BO positive and so emphatic that the power of = 00000000 capital was Im potent to stand up against them The refusal of the retailers to sell and of the public to buy a product however meritorious which bore the trust taint was too much for tho pro moters and they have announced that they have found their plan of economic combination unworkable and that it liar been terminated The census bureauhas just pub lished figures showing how rich the country was two years ago but remarks the Washington Times most of us have spent what we bad then wIlt Hwu football Subi- j1 iGtf ttU l By GEORGE L MEYLAN Director Gymnasium Columbia College n IT1I the approaching end of the first season under the new football rules tho question is naked oit all sides Has the number of injuries been decreased The conches nnd medical attendants ofn number of tho leading teams in eastern col leges arc unanimous iri answering this question in the affirma tive At Harvard the number of injuries has been much small er than last year The report from Amherst says Not a man has been injured sufficiently to take him out of the gameIexcept Crook who has a bad knee that often goes back when walkingP Cornell has a very small list ofaccidents Tho report for this year gives one dislocated elbow slight several broken noses two or three strained shoulders two cases of wafer on tho knee and half a dozen sprained ankles This list of injuries is slightly smaller than last year At the University of Pennsylvania The number of Injuries was mark edly less this year than in 1305 when a large proportion of the players were on the hospital list during the greater part of tho season dangerousthanto players In several intercollegiate games this year there was no time taken out on account of injury to players a feature never witnessed in any previous year In the hardfought PrincetonCornell gamo time was called three times to allow otno player to recover his wind after a hard ofinju1JTho in 1905 was ID but thus far only eight fatalities have been reported in 190C It appears therefore that the popular demand for a less dangerous game of football has been met in a large measure by the rules commit tea Tho improvement has been secured mainly by three changes in rules First the tenyard rule which Makes mass plays less profitable second the forward pass which encourages open play and third the more severe penalties for brutality and unnecessary rouglmess Im1lttt tll nnl I Htfe lilttg By DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS By first gift that a wife brings to the is the gift of con 114f mnr riago means that slieTias fully accepted liar hUB bands house his his and his posi tion No ono made her leave hor fathers house Of her own free will sho crossed the threshold with her husband nnd knelt down on her marriage night to say Grant us 0 God to grow old together And from that hour criticism of her husbands temperament rebel lion against his income oz opportunity are treason Others may criticise his salary he may himself rebel against his environment but a good wife never Another gift that a good wife brings to tho house is order that lends beauty to every room What unity is to the picture that order is to tho house As a sphere what the factory the shop or the store is to the husband the house is to the wife No merchant but understands that in the great store everything must be in its place How scrupulously the books must bo kept With what accuracy each task must be fulfilled I Nothing must be slighted or overlooked Every woman owes it to her husband to bring economy into the house And by this I do not mean that a man has a right to expect a woman to make bread without flour make clothes without cloth or pay bills without money Socrates did that and the result was Xnntippc It is a sin for a young woman to study French and German and music unless she can bake better bread pies and cake than any cook that her husbands money can hire A girl has no more right to expect to learn how to run a house after she is married than her young husband has to learn how to run a business and find a place after ho is married- A man must be a master at some business before ho asks a woman to marry him and a woman ought to be the absolute master of every detail of a house before she has a right to marry a man Gather up the fragments That is the law of the household Blessed is the woman who has faculty Then if disaster overwhelm her house and death removes her husband she holds in her resources a score of ways by which she can conserve the sweets of that honey hive she calls her Wh Inibnm nf earls 1urrittgrs s PROP ROGER GOEJI HAMPSON Belgium 1The place income modest homeI Let girls marry at 18 and boys at 20 hind tho world will be relieved of some of its gravest problems The great trouble is that men and women marry too late in life Let us f urge them to marry earlier The time has come for parents to realize they havo made some grave mistakes In the first place it is a mistake for a rich father to bring up his son in ignorance of the responsibilities of an inheritance Some fathers go on as if they expected to live forever Every boy should be taught how to handle money not alone for his own sake but because he may some time have charge of other peoples money But a question more vital still is that of sex There is a tendency among parents nowadays to assure nn unwise timidity in speaking of such matters If instead of being timid and obscure in tbCir advice parents would bo quite frank it would prevent much evil from which the world now suitors To many girls the real meaning of marriage isa sealed book and this is largely the fault of their mothers From whom can they bet ter look for advice than from their mothers Yet the latter often remain silent because of a want of courage to speak plainly I say to mothers give your daughters the benefit of your own wisdom and when they become womcit they Vill not have to accept that servile and ornamental place which men nee wont to assign to thorn Society is full of misery due to the blunders of parents in failing to speak out How much of the evil In our great cities comes from this itI would be dismal to contemplate As a young man I say to fathers Sprnk to ypiir sons and remember that the Lest education a father can glen ii in the example of your own liIejG ROOSEVELT OBEYS WISHES OF THE WOMAN WHO LOVED HIM TO THE LAST LEFT ESTATE TO THE PRESIDENT Ordered Government Officials To Bury HerSleuths Knew Hiding Place of Her Hoard New York Dec 22Thot President Roicvolt took chargo of the funeral of Mrs Lulu Grover who committed sui cide two weeks ago after making a will leaving him all her property Is indicated by facts unearthed by local detectivesPersons havo been found to whom Mrs Grover told a story of having known President Roosevelt when ho was a youth on a ranch In Dakota and of meeting him in this city whoa ho rose to prominence In subsequent years Arrangements for tho funeral of Sirs Grover were made by United States District Attorney SUmson and secret service operatives The secret serv ice men also solnjd nil of Mrs Grover letters nnd papers and other pos sessions and wok them away iroiti tho house In which she killed herself Tho only mourners at the funeral outside of the undertaker and his daughter were Mrs Richard II Connor nnd Secret Service Operative Tate The body was cremated and Tato took charge of tho ashes Met When Both Were Young Mrs Connor was Mrs Gravers closest friend and knew more of her history than any other person She shldI know Mrs Grover for about two years before sho killed herself We came to know etch other through our common love of cats and good books Little by little I came to know the facts of her life Sho first met the president on her fathers ranch Her maiden namo was Smith Mr Smith had a ranch In North Dakota near Madoro President Roosevelt then a young men stopped on the ran h and Mrs Grover then a girl admired him greatly Vuether or nut thero was any return of what In Mrs Grover afterward became affection I was never able to find out but I think not Mrs Grnvor hersolf hover lost her feeling Tot tho president Her rooms were full of plo turos and photographs of him and she had every book he had ever wrlttoi In fact every ono of his messages as president and ovary scrap of print that over bore his name She was a woman who bad band some diamonds and some money Sho had enouGh money to live on and when she died sho had 1700 In the bank Before sho died she sent a lot ter to the president and In that letter she told him she had left blm all her property We were In her rooms tho day after her death trying to find her Jew elry when suddenly two men entered They said they wore secret servicemen They went straight to tho fireplace and opening It took from It Mrs Gravers jewels which we had been unable to find- NEGRO SHOOTS MACKLIN Captain To Be CourtMartlaled Under Roosevelts Order Wounded El Reno Okla Doc 22Capt Ed gar A Mncklln of Company C 25th United States Infantry was shot twice and dangerously wounded by a negro and the belief is expressed hero that it was ono of tho members of the troop discharged by President Roosevelt for participating In tho Brownsville riots On December 14 the secretary of war upon recommendation of the gob eral staff ordered the trial by court martial of CapL Macklin for conduct to the prejudice of good order ajid discipline In falling to exercise due dil igence In preventing the occurrence of rioting at Brownsville last August Army Looks pSpies Columbus 0 Dec 22 Officers of the regular army hero are on tho look out for Japanese spies This fact leak out when It became known that orders had been issued that all Japanese peddlers or visitors at the barracks bo hauled beforo the commander when found inside the guard lines According to reports current there is sus- picIon that the Japanese may been deavoring through a force of spies to ascertain such facts as might be of value to tie mikados army Tillman Stands By Foraker Marlon 0 Dec 22 Considering his many scathing attacks on tho col ored race a etslcnent made by Sena tor Tlllman regarding tho Brownsville affair seems paradoxical He approved Senator Forakers latest speech on tho subject Foraker and I are of the samo opinion ho said I dont be hove tho president can punish an In nocent man whether white or black He overstepped tho law In discharging the negro troops and has gone outside the constitution before Acceptable To Roosveelt Washington Doc 22ln reply to Inquiries by tho British government President Jtoosevclt has Indicated that the appointment of James Bryce to be British ambassador to the United States will bo entirely acceptable to this govornrouut Pest Stamped Out Havana Dec 22For the first time since last August Cuba Is now free from yellow fever tho last case having been discharged This time last year there were twelve casts in thd Island j The Story of Injun Joe I I Boys have you heard about the how boy In town naked Philip Kay mooting his classmates on tho way to tho baaeball grounds No whQ is hot asked four voles at onceMrs Gary has brought her nephew to stay with her a year explained Ihlllp Hoo a lialf breed Indian and I wish you could sea him Long hair blah cheekbones and all that and ho wears some sort of a rigging under hlH coat that looks like a buckskin all embroidered I toll you hoi a gay one Boyar laid Mrs Cary coming up lust then this Is my nephew Joe Fiedorlck 1 hope yu all will bo good friends with him Tho boys stared but nono of them offered to shako harde and Mrs Gary went on with Joe as nono asked him to go to thq ball game Looks flko a surly follow said one He must bo 15 No only 13 said Philip If she expects us to take that longhaired Injun Into all our names shell bo dls appointed So VnJun Joo1 as tho boys called him had a lonely limo of It all that winterLets go fishing proposed John Gray one day In early spring I bo He Up Struggflritp hero the flab would bite at the deep hole If there Isnt Injun Joo In our fish ing place said Philip as they neared the deep hole whore generations of boys had angled for catfish perch and croppies I call that cheek Ill toll him to movo on said Johrr and If ho refuses well throw him In We can cross on this log Juat as three of tho lads wore on the old log It gave way and throw them Into the stream swollen with tho spring freshets Tho other boys stood as it para lyzed but Injun Joo dropped tho polo and ran lightly to tho place where the boys had gone down throwing off his wentI briefly as ho brought up Philip palo and strug gling and started back for the others John helped his friend to tho bank where ho stood with chattering teeth watching tho bravo Indian boy take Ralph by tho hair and start for the bank Ned keeping hIs wits about able to scramble out alono and In n very few minutes three shivering boys worn trying to stammer out thanks to the boy they had treat ed so shabbily Run said Joe setting the exam ple himself hurrying fast as pos- sIble to the nearest farm house Take coldJoes going to have a place on the baseball team If he makes us lose every imrao said Philip with decis ion the next when tho boys wore talking over their adventure Good said Ralph heartily Mother is going to glvo a little party In his honor and well try to tuako up for what weve said and done Yes Ill play tomorrow said Joe with a light In Ills dark oycs when they tod him ot their plan Ill pitch Id rather hed said anything else groaned Philip Tomorrow we are to play tho Kenneth boys and well be defeated sure as the world 1 thought ho wanted to practice a little first but ho thinks he can play right away Hes actually got a smllo on his face said John as Joe stepped out to his place tho day of tho game with tho Kenneth boys Hell lose that before the second Inning for these follows will fairly cat us up Did you hint to him to let some one else do the pitching PhllT Of course but ho didnt take my modest advice Im shaking in my shoes but what can I dot Well have to take our dose and mako the boat of It Some of owo too much to Ipo to turn btai down no matter what he docs Its no fair having a professIonal- u your tom growled one of the Kt2noth boys beforo many balls had peen sent by Joes strong arm Strlk ng out three men rfrhl hand running lhow hes no amateur Its u mean sneaking trick Yank to your places commanded the iimplio Jdos lived in this town nearly a year and hes no professional Aint ho a wonder gjveped John breathless from a dash around the bascaWo dont deserve this Wok JOPS eyes gleamed as ho dltl wonderful things with tho baU and bit that afternoon Ills strong young frame seemed made of olastla Iran as ho scored one point utter another for teamWithout a word ho sent hallo that V astonished tho opposite lido as they vainly butted tho la their efforts to strike them Truly tko alr ted there not surprised was Jeo Ustaclf as ho calmly struck out saaa after man as if that wore his realtor von cation Hurrah hurrah cried M o tioye- catching up the once despised Injun Joe for a parade about the tows Mrs Gary saw them coming and rushed out with cako and fruit for tho whole crowd so joyous wus sho to see her tall nephew honored I could have told you tag ago what Joo used to do at Ctxrllaftf when ho went to school those itto said proudly Joo doesnt say much about himself but bos a Krait player Just tho samo J And to think If we hital fallen Into tile water that day we would never have had all those rleterios said John utter a very swteasful Take Said Briefly as He Brought Philip Palo and by him was by as day us air 1 summer of games with the soJRhbor Ing towns Sometimes I thmX JOftIy ought really to be claused with profes sionals because ho does sued flue work Not If We know ourselves said I another member of tho team fervently I moro that wo call urselvcs tho Injuns hereafter Instead ft the Stars In honor of our now member All In favor please say aye Aye aye I nyol camo tho hearty chorus Interrupting his little speech and Injun Joo smiled his rare smile as ho thought of the long lonely stays gone forever when too word Injun was not hold In such high Savor Boston Globe BOARD BALL Make One for Yourself and Puzzle MYour Friends woOctother thin board about live lashes long and cut two small holes in tt Then ttarrange the strings and ball aa shown In tho diagram r1 The trick explains the Lot Angeles + Times is bow to get tho largo tall off 4tho string without untying It or re A1ft moving any of tho smaller balls Push the ball close up to too right a+ HOW the Trick Is Done 1 it hand hole and pull tho riant toau ol string as far toward the left Dahl hole as it will come then pass the loop through tho hole and not the left ball as Indicated In the second dUsram This will cause tho two loops k ti separate and theu the ball wills 1 came off with ease Reversing the operation you east lUU nut positionNetAmy heard hor mother say ono days JJane as I shall be very busy this f morning Isbail not bo visible to callto 1 + lteacllerloath to leave her work In tho toll house Jane sho Indignantly demanded I cant you gee that I am not visible 1 What He Preferred 4The father having grown tired ol 1 the noise made by his little threeyean tiold took him In his arms and said ilTile down my little man and be jl quiet If I dont want to lie down papa said Stuart I want to lie upClilcal- go Dally News d M A New Years Resolution LBy JANR CRAWFORD HB diffidence of Thomas Went worth was disturb lag to his souls peace For six months he had been vainly trylns to propose to Helen Qrlswold Opportunities had not been lacking Together they had studied moonlight Theyhadcorners but tho all tmportant words remained unsaid Every attempt to speak them left him In a state of quaking disgust At last ho framed a little speech that exactly suited lily needs During all his conscious mo meats yea most of the unconscious ones he rehears It with moro or againlieson to present It hike Samson he had departed shorn of his strength by a woman Ah but such a woman I She had eyes like vloleterbig ones P aioni For Six Month He Said He Had 4 Lonjjjd to Tell HerTo Ask Her I continued his rehearsals Now on tho last evening of the old year pacing t bask and forth across his room he was Htlll rehearsing the speech with Inter polations of the one New Years reso upon he had deemed worth whileII ss Tilt all smiles In place Tie Is In gloom bear him In to le to cornel p that before tho Year dawned would her would a blither Ing no longer ask her tonight he announced s mother giving an informal dance watch tho ouL Not I teas men be there to tribe tho orchestra for extra selec lions or prolonged numbers rhtch they would sit out or with the lady of his heart But grimly ask her Its quite simple his steady tramp around the lilt knocked a Japanese lira screenIn Japan they have a gobetween I That must a comfort i AGnod Old Times In Oregon Return tho good times would ouT Then rlso on a morning and at tho pump on a pair of rawhide boots that rival stiffness pull aa tin can J en shirt over back and sit down a baro meal with three logGed stool dancing around on a slip shod floor cat corn polio and bacon for a steady and labor 14 hours out of 24 do without A dally paper a fly screen a mosquito bar a mattress a korosena lamp geonaw oxen market and sit tho floor of au ox as you wend j WAI to church or B trollu Parch Gobetween be repealed the word several times It had a pleasant lug ecstlvoncss He smiled broadly SOUIllpaperIllstho words that followed his facile pen The accumulation of six month idle Tholotterof It was if her answer was yes would she when ho entered the ball room that night simply lay the violets that he would send with this letter against her facet For just a second He would understand The violets matched her Ho had often so There was Urn to lose He telephoned the florist to whose coffers ho contributed Oh send a bushel he laughed happily like a schoolboy perpetrating a joke I have a note to send deliver them hereThe flowers arrived by a messenger looked like the chief emissary of Dan Cupid Tom untied tbo violet cord lifted out a bunch of the choicest blossoms about the size of a cauliflower stalled approval rotled the box addressed tho card and with a generous tin to the boy started him on his errand with a strange peaco possessing ho awaited a seemly hour to present himself to learn his fate Only tho family was present ho arrived effusion of their greet- Ing would have set nt rest his thump ing heart ould ho seen anything buttho who standing In a circle of light mado by the pink shaded on the piano was holding tho violets a smile full upon him she slow ly lifted the flowers for a fraction of a second burled her face In their sweetness lie looked at her as Jacob1ookedat Rachel when his seven years of service were ended When the chance was them for a moment alone bo seized not only tho chance but mindful of posslbltt damage to chiffon ruffles likewise seized Tuo right words at last For six months he laid ho had longed to tell her to ask her But Tom she easped you havent yet Her protest was smothered and no In finishing what ho had to say teaching tho climax by demand ing on early date for their welding But Tow you havent Mother entered softly In time to her daughter In a strangely muf lied voice answer June Mother was an astute woman She withdrew softly but a listener might havo beard her pious ejaculation Thank Heaven The Year prom tees well The dying hours of the old year passed in the merriest dance the Orls word homo bad over known The bolls ry THE NEW rEARwRuA rear departs with his Jays With all bU hopes and fears With all lib looses and his gains With all his and tear And Iwo a smiling ad The brand New appears the ancient figure fades away wallowed up With solemn tread wt him forth And lay his tomb Then turn greet his heir who rome Wltlt red mouth llko a bloom Unfuil the flag and start a song To greet Andotwthe past and all New he ask lie be fool TH tier was to old year than 100 would fl dance Til In room down bo to old cold wash pull in on wool your to your Blot spring your to on t cart your corn that eyes said ao who prize Then him when Tho have girl lamp With and given un ho tho girl came and he lost time dear hear New NnN what Let every up be dumb The future beckons with a smile And hark the forward drum Mown the pathway let ui go With hope to b4 our guide With alongtheThe ugly thorns to hide The New Year tomes with Joyous tread So greet him In his pride The lessons we have learned are safe We hold them In the breast The hateful thing are rJl forgot- llemembering the beet Once more wo tare along lifes path And leavo to time the rest pealed forth their welcome to tho glad New Year and the party grouped with mother In tho midst waited breath lesslyWith a beaming maternal tremor in her voice Mrs Qrlswold announced tho betrothal of her daughter to Mr Thomas Wentworth- In the still small hours of that New Years morning Tom switched on the lights In his own room After all It was not so very dim colt he murmured Dut rust how easy It bad really been he realized when he picked up from his desk the letter of proposal prop erly sealed and addressed but undelivered and peas for coffee and use sassafras for tea nail see how you like ItArllngton Record Heard on tho Corner What do you Intend to do tonight JackThe same thing that I havo done every New Years eve for tbo last ten yearsWhats that Swear off so that I can start IB fresh tomorrow New Year Every ono cackles wrong retrieves This is the neosna For rub laldleavca- L OGOSOQOG040 GOD THE CREATORSunday School Lesson lor Jan 6 1907 S SpeciallyPrepared R r This Paper 0 iOSGCOOCCOQGOeOCOSOCOCGSk- TESSON TKXTCcnesIs 1 1S item ory verses 1a beginnlniGodGen 11- OENKSIS The title of the hook means Lelonllto nomnnJ19writtenBCIUITtJJli nBFEHENCRS John orestlonItIndeliblyman as Indeed It him It gives tho Im prtllon of an Inscription on a monu ment as ftomo one hu suggested like the Ten CnmnLindinrnts on tho Tables of Stone its poetic form aids the mommy The more rcloncp reveals of Oodi works the more no tle do wo Hod the acts sod mete of God ThoughtAllworn not given to teach science and do not teach science They do not neo scientific language they do not teach science but state facts In every literary form In the common lan gunge of dally life Hence the vary ing theories ot science do not affect Its truth A good example Is tho dif fereneo between tho plain statement that the sun sets and the scientific statement about tho sun standing still and the earth revolving Most of tho objections made to tho accuracy of the Genesis account arise from the disregard of this principle either in regard to geology or language Rus kin well says Modern Painters Vol IV Firmament With respect to this whole chapter we must remem ber always that It Is Intended for tho Instruction of all mankind not for the learned reader only and that therefore tho most simple and natural interpretation Is likeliest in general to be tho true ono Professor Rico in his latest re- visIon of Danes school geology rc pontcdly gives tho general order of development Plants rhlzopods tho earliest animal life mollusks fishes reptiles birds mammals man A biologist told mo that while plant life and nnlmal life begun at nearly tho same time yet as plant life was the sum of fewer qualities than animal life plant life was lower in tho scale than animal life and beforo animal lire In tho sense that animal lira dl rectly or Indirectly depended on plant life Professor Rice calls those periods the reign or the era tho king tom the group pf fishes of rep tiles otc and adds this note These oxproesione aro not to bo under stow as Implying that tho several groups of animals mentioned frero confined to tho ore named In connection with thorn but only that they wore tho most characloriBtlc species of tbo ora That note should bo understoood as belonging to tho de scription of each day In the Genesis record and the word day should be Interpreted as freely as nro reign and kingdom without nny king In the common languago of a great geo logistThe opening sentence of tho Ulble In perhaps the most weighty son tenco over uttered It Is a declaration on nearly all tho great problems now exercising scientists and philoso phers God creation the whole eter nity cause time space Infinity force design Intelligence will destiny Austin Hlorbowcr The unity ot God There Is one God and only one In the earlier theological treatises up to a very late date one of the first things was to prove by all known arguments the I unity of God In our day science has settled the question Tho unity of creation proclaims the unity ot God So far as geology has revealed tho past BO far as the telescope and spectrum analysis which have inarv clously widened our knowledge of late years can tell usall parts ot the universe are constructed on one plan and of the same materials The everlasting God Is n personal God with all the characteristics Which mako our souls personal and bow many more wo knownot He has will and wisdom and affections und power Ho Is Infinite eternal and unchangeable In his being wis dom power holiness justice goodness and truth This Creator God Is our Creator and our Father If we sum up In ono Ideal all that has been written or Imagined or found in all history of tho best that belongs to earthly Fatherhood we cart get some idea of i what tho fatherhood of God means to us I The fact that wo havo a God and Father brings with It certain dutle8I obedience love worship prayer Com pare the first four commandments- It I also brings great munlon with such n God the constantI presence of such an ideal mighty character forming power There Is comfort hope strength life all good In the consciousness that tho Infinite God Is our Father guide and friend Practical PoIntsIGods works are n self as well as his word Neither I or them can wo fully understand without the other Wo need to mako a study of Troth Wo learn from Gods works of crea Ion something of his wisdom power i goodness and love The morn wo ttugood God Is our father we look upon his works and say My father mado them all Wo rest In the love of the strongest wo trust in the gnldtas aro of tho wisest IY tH MEMORY OF 1110E HAS FLEi NOTED STATESMAN STRICKEN II MIND AND BODY American Wife Shows Her Tlrelei Affection By Nursing Him Day and Night London Dec 21Dotb the Went and foes of Joseph Chanborlaln th former colonial secretary wire shoe otl to learn that Iho mind of the Mi Klnley of England has become ablan It was known that ho was bedridda with gout and other ailments and i was said that he would never agat enter the political arena Dut that th great advocate of protection had los Ills memory Is an astounding ravels lion It Is not so many months ago tha the brilliant statesman was heard In t strong speech In Birmingham again free trade It Is stated that ho greatly overtaxes Ills strength at the celebration in hot or of his 70th birthday at Birmingham with the result that he lost his memory completely Ho can notnow remember what has taken place oven few hours before The scenes at Highbury the famous Orchid villa of the Chamberlains ai described by the newspaper corro spondents ore pathetic in the extreme The political lion lies helpless on hit couch hs spirit showing anxiety t return to the parliamentary fray bu his frail physical and mental faculties nro unable to obey the Invisible powe1 within him At times he scorns unabl to recognize his closest friends hits good wife who It will bo ro membored Is the daughter of tho lat W C EndIcott of Massachusetts President Clevelands first secretary of war nurses him faithfully day any night In a Birmingham speech two year ago Mr Chamberlain said regardin his American wife In all tho stornt and turmoil ant stress of tho troublous times Iron which we nro now emerging I have had at least one source of solace I my wife When under tho double burden of tho great responsibility that hind fallen on me and tho venomous attack and lying misrepresentation o our professional enemies my Courage seemed lIke falling her wise counsel her unbroken optimism sustained me She hiss fortified me by her courage and cheered me by her sympathy 1 have found In her mybest and truest counselor DIG STICK WAS NOT EFFECTIVE In Terrorizing Frisco Doard ot Education San Francisco Dec 21Mrs Flon B Harris widely known as a mission ary recently addressed a communlca lion to the San Francisco board of education in which sho deplored tho Jap anese In public schools and criticised what she termed the provincial spirit of the local officials She deprecated the attempt to classify the Japanes as Orientals and expressed surprise that the children of any foreign resl death should be excluded from the public schools The board of education has framed a reply which will bo mailed to Mrs Harris This reply asserts that the Japanese have not been excluded from tho schools despite the fact that no less a personage than tho president of the United States has employed s similar assertion In framing a mea sage to congress and notwithstanding the wholly unfair report mado of the entire school Incident by the secretary of commerce and labor Victor H Mot calf Battle Royal On Negro Question Washington Dec 21Senator Jo soph U Foraker delivered one of The most powerful and dramtlc phUlppIo ever heard In tho United States senate Tho senators subject was tho recent wholesale discharge of colored troops without trial for alleged participation In riots at Brownsville Tex For two hours Mr Foraker discussed the at fair The conclusion he drew at every turn of bin argument was that Presl dent Roosevelt far exceeded his legal nd constitutional rights In what he iUd and that tho colored battalion war far more sinned against than sinning The speech was well received and at Its conclusion the senator was warmly congratulated Hitchcock Defies Senate Washington Dec 21 Secretary ol Interior Hitchcock who was called before the senate committee on In dian affairs declared that his order withdrawing 4000000 acres of land belonging to the live civilized tribes will stand and the land will not b restored unless the Investigation as to the legality of his act now iu prog yeas develops that he exceeded his au thorlty Fired the Governor Jackson Miss Dec 21After a row between Goy Vardaman and other members of the board of control over the sale of cotton seed the board adopt ed caustic resolutions tiring tho goy ernor from the committee on produce theChicago Dec 21Fred M Colvln of this city was arrested by a United States deputy marshal on the charge of using the United States malls In an Illegal manner to further the sale ol stock In a mining company located near Sandn CO- ICreate a Dithet Rome Dec 21Tho pope received in private audience Cardinal GotU prefect of the propaganda who sub milled tho appointment of Rev A Ouertlnto boo bishop of Manchester N II Theappolutmentwasratiflodi i f i yIIwa KI4e YV1a 1855 Berea College FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all- Over 50 Instructors 1017 students from 27 states tartest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject Imany classes that each student can be placed with others like hlrtsh where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter i THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced 5aa lector library and general advantages as for more advanced shtdents Arlth DrawlagSingingment etc Free text books raaionsManagementLearnACADEMY REGULAR COURSE s years for those who haw interestingChoice of Studies is offered in this course so that a yoga man may secure a diploma ia Agriculture and a young lady ia Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL a years to fit for business Eves 1 part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year coursss with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession el teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables oue to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary fat a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be takea as an extra ia connection with sty course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School yearsnoreChristian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extraIcharge All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall fann and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents n week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so IS to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etalvary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless af the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes art necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles umbrellas and other accessary articles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 1511 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 60 cents in winTer School Fees are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is but once and is returnedwhen the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expense for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses Payment most bem advance incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the month Installments are as follows For Winter Term 12 weeksFirst day 1700 besides 1 deposit i 28th day 600 i 56th day GOO total 80 If paid all tm advance 28 For Spring Term 10 weeksint day 1440 28th day 540 BCth day 270 total 2250 If paid all in advance 2200 4 The twe terms together paid for in advance at a reduction of 250 making only 4900 tHler Winter Term weeksFirst day2060f 28th day 56th day 600 84th day 540 f paid all in advance 3700- Refiuidwf Students excused to leave ixforeend of term receive back all they have advanced on board and room except that BO allow ante is made for any fraction of a week end a fee of fifty cents U charged for leaving the boarding hall and fifty cents for leaving a room is term time There ill no refunding of incidental tee It Pays to Stir When you hay made your Journey and art well started in school it pays to stayas long es possible The First Day of winter term is January 2 1907 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY I Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT for the Ailment V I ORC FOR HORSES COWS CALVES MULES SHEEP and OXEN IMAlf lMexican MUSTANG LINIMENT j j P 1- Y W 1t LTHE HOME J Gingerbread Here are two well tried recipe for gingerbread one made with hot water the other with sour milk Gingerbread No x Onehalf cup molasses one cup sour milk onehalf cup sugar two cups flour a little salt one teaspoonful soda one teaspoonful bakking powder one teaspoonful each of cinnamon OOT I I and ginger t Gingerbread No 2Onehalf sup butter one hslf cup brown sugar one sup molasses one cup boiling water one teaspoonful each of cloves f cinnamon and ginger Two wellbeaten eggs two and onehalfcups lour two teospoonsfuls soda dissolved in a little hot water Corn Crispi Pop some corn and place In a Urge kettle Boll one I cop of molaisei one cup of sugar and a half a cup of vinegar until it crisps when dropped into cold water Pour this over two quarts of corn measured after popping Stir well with a long handled spoon When J mixed pour into a shallow baking pan that has been lined with waxed flpaper Press it down firmly lay a piece of waxed paper on top and over a board smaller than the top of pea so it will fit upon the mixture a On this place a couple of flatirons The next day remove the weight board and paper turn onto a clean board remove paper from bottom and with a Tery s arp knife cut into slices Lay these to dry then wrap in waxed paper or pile aa they are on a pretty green plate 1 ITHE SCHOOL I Leak Ahead 17 Pnf DimlMCtX The public schools for the year 1000 are closed The efforts of the teacher whether good bad or indifferent will be a matter of history All opportunities for helping pupils to make advancement fir inspiring them nobler things are over There is no profit in wasting time in unless regrets but it becomes a wise teacher to carefully review the work of the term as to its successes and failures If wo have had large success i iweshould determine to push on to greater things If we have failed in many particulars we should profit by our failures No amount of failures can discourage the person who is determined to sueeed However if we are to improve as we should we must not lose a mom i nti time of our precious vacation If we do not improve we shall inevit ably go backward If we standstill we shall rust or accumulate a covering of moss that will unfit us for the fullest service The question as to how wo ean spend our vacation months to our own and our future pupils best advantage ia vital one Lt us consider what we needeWe need first of all to perfect our knowledge of the branches we must teach To do this we should know something besides the mere matter of the text book In History and geography and physiology our knowl edge should be larger and broader than that of the books which the pup ils use Every teacher knows that the book used in the district sefcools contain only the element of subject of which they treat The teacher knowledge should go much beyond this Second the object of education is not so much to furnish knowledge as to train and discipine the mind The teacher should have a trained mind i To obtain this we mutt study those branches that are particularly fitted to train the mind branches above the common sihool course Something in thil line should be done because cur own self improvement means better tlteaching and therefore our pupils as well u ourselves will be benefited Third we should know more about our profession Real teaching is a real profession that ie not learned in a year or two Many important thing however can be learned in one vacation that will double or triple the + value ofa teachers services Reading books on teaching is good but we need the living touch of experienced teachers to interpret the books and to add their own ideas I Fourth we need to observe others teach We can often gain more by j watching a first class teacher for thirty minutes than wo could in reading an entire book A little practice teaching along with this observation un der wise direction will add very much to our personal equipment giving strength and assurance In this way we may greatly improve our methods Fifth we need to enlarge our stock of general knowledge by reading by hearing good lectures and by coming in eoataot with other minds that like our own are being constantly enriched Sixth we need the usociation of Christian people who are earnestly endeavoring to make the world better who by experience and training have acquired wise and efficient ways of helping those who need help most Thi is one of the most efficient mesas of graeo and one we are not likely to overvalue The above art perhaps the chief needs of teachers and of those who are expecting to taaeji next year The pod question if how shall they be met Certainly by attending some good school Some teacher undertake to fit themselves by taking a correspondence course but it is very unsatis factory Probably nine out of every ten who undertake it give it up in a short time It ie very discouraging to study by ones self without a teacher One may go on for days without knowing whether he is right or wrong and when he finch out is liable to have to go over the ground again to get right Ho has not the spur of classmates of regular times for study and recitation and of the inspiration and broader view of a teacher A correspondence course may be belter than nothing but to attend a good school ie infinitely better Thea the question oomes what tehool shall I attend r By all moans attend the but within reach or at least go to the one where you can get the mot for yonr money Most teachers have no money to waste on frills They cannot afford to go to high priced sohool Neither can they af ford to attend a school that has no equipment but blackboards and a few fairly good teachers If there is a large school within reach that is finely equipped and has aa established reputation for excellence and is within your menus by all odds go to it We believe Beroa is such a school Certainly it ean give more in proportion to the expense of attending than any other school in Kentucky There is the advantage of a largo and well trained faculty the largest col legs library in the state splendid buildings and fine equipment A hospi taJ college physician literary societies free classes in music fine study rooms and excellent lectures are some of Bereas advantages There are manyothers Bereas students stand welleverywhere A glance ai the item of expenses in the catalog shows that the entire cost of a term at Berea is less than board would be almost any whore else Can anyone who is looking for a school afford to misuch a chance Woueotla4loleO4reobaeNsie Eighth Kentucky 1History I D Thrilller Slorr ef Ute Pert Uilf CMU to lutBoln eut took re the MrllTTM E4ot1ot1ot100eootIOft08 CHAPTER XniOontlaud EighthboysPresly Sloan Company D had been knocked senseless by a piece of shell on the evening of the 20th of Sept ember The leaves that had drifted where he fell caught fire and burned the skin from his entire body He said he had Buffered terribly but was in a fair way of recovery A Very sad case of destitution caused by war was that of MX Powell who + with his wife and six children were hovering under a few old pieces of tnariTs lhe Vasningtoniime ot us have epent what wo had thenI110 tents and quilt near our encampment They had fled from their burning dwelling during the battle of Chickmagua penniless roofless andnearly frendlesa One of his little boys died a few days after our arrival at the hospital and some of our boys made a rude coffin and buried him for the stricken parent The Hit of October the brigade received orders to march Our fatigue dutymen were ordered back to their respective regiment and the let of November with some reluctance we left our half finished cabins Some of the men said If wore going whore we can get full rations once more it is all right When we arrived at headquarters the 1st November tents camp and garrison officers baggage including desks company bookac were packed into a pile a guard detailed and left to guard them and nthedzampefolly uuti wl the brigade marched to the river where we had to wait three hours for repairs to the pontoon bridge which had been damaged by large rafts of logs set adrift by the rebels We then marched single file over the treacherous swaying bridge and run the gauntlet up through Look enemysheavyMountain None of the brigade however were hurt We bivouacked at Wauhatchie the numerous fires of the enemy twinkling like stars on frowning Lookout- TO HI CONTINUED g eiainn4t i StudentsJournal Containing Bretey tfoit Corning Eoent end PIt Trllllon Triumphs of Beret Students Now is the winter of our discontent as Will Shakespeare used to say We are longing for more worlds and professions to conquer Having finished our fall terms work so completely that some of it will never recover we are recuperating and preparing for the coming struggle of the winter term and like warhorses snuffing the air and smelling the battle from afar we aro impatient ot tho few days of truce that dill remainWo have gone into winter quar ters as the custom is nt this time of year indeed we havo gone through most of our winter quarters and havo only a few nickels and pennies left and have to save thoso to pacify Mr Osborno with next Wednesday Good resolutions are nearly due We are going to take time by the forelock and have the resolutions all debated and decided three in the affirmative and passed by n unani mous vote bofora school begins Our two principal resolutions will be as followsFirst we will bo good this term There are many reasons in favor of it andno good ones against it and we Intend to prove that Mark Twain was a despicable prevaricator when he said Be you bo lone some for with the whole crowd icing good it will be the other fellows who aro lonesome we will mako the Stu blleachnews from our classes literary loci sties and everything else worth talking about and by having our student editors impeached if tboy fail to gat their news in promptly and regu larly Last week Wednesday night the A Rhetorical class put the final touches to H good term with their entertainment given in the chapel They all showed the fine training of their teacher Prof flame Mr gaveIerya paper Mr Gerdes read an account of Dr Grenfells work in Labrador Mr Hoffman recited a fine ho had written onliThe Wandering Jow Mr Fellmy gave a stirring oration on The Juvenile Court Mr Kin card read a very interesting story ho had written onliThe Surrender of the North and Miss Bess Hays reada strong essay on liThe Now Kentucky A pretty selection Iron the orchestra opened the program- A largo and appreciative crowd was presentThe vacation doings of some of the students will be of Interest Howard Gamble is upending his vacation in Indian Territory- Mr Powers is at the hospital He is reported as getting along nicely Miss Glenna Patterson will be In town during Vacation and will assist the Berea Banking Company part of the time Some of Miss Matilda Cooks friends from Wildie spent Saturday night with her Miss Harriet Eyler Is spending ncatioti with her people at her home in Now Market 0 Miss Elizabeth Byron is at her home in Bowling Green 0 Miss Joy Hillis and little brother ire at their homo in Oberlin 0 Miss Mary Jones is spending the Christmas holidays at her homo in Aiidio Miss Ions Redfern has Bono homo andwill notbe back in school next goMisshome in Woodstock Ills Miss May Harrison is visiting rel KyMissis spending MaryFeoWe are expecting a larger number of students the Winter Term than ever before Tho vacation has passed most pleasantly More than a hundred boardiogballnt the Hall and at the Parish Rouge gatheringsskating Dr Thomson showed a superb set of stereopticon views at the Chapel on Wednesday fJ THE BOY AND THE LAND A Letter to toys My W D Fluuiry University ot Wisconsin Madison Dec 17 I want to taUt a little while with the boys The older ones may 11at- mnd the girls too I hope they will bat It to to the boys ot Old Kon lucky the boys at home and the bola who are not at home whose attention I especially with to have tor a abort time ia A rule the Average Kentucky boy it awana to me thinks too little ot tile importance ot owning a piece ot laid and knowing how to handle It lie seem to look upon farm life es a kind of drudgery and a thing to be shunned end has not yet loarnc what It may sometime mean to him to own It only A tew acres yft same pot ot earth ho can tall back upon and trom which ho can dory the world Where he can create his own living Independent ot others where he need not intercept any man money but produce the dollars ho spends and then hand thorn over for the benefit and enrichment ot others It seems to me that this U a sutd dent ajubltlon for any young man tad that whatever a boy hoped to make himself in the trado and pro feesional world his first crea achievement should be tthe poentealoi ot at least a small piece of land and knVwIedc ot how to make a living from It for himself Timer la another thought I wish to leave with you and that Ic tho dlf ferne between tho fArm home pad the city home I do not wish to reflect upon any home buthavo you ever thought ot It boy ono of these homes has to be supported by tl8 own er whit the other supports tho one who owns It It matters not how cost ly or how beautiful the city home is when the hand that made it coasts to brine money from outside to support It it no longer affords shelter for then who trust It I have seen ityou hue seen I Just when the widow and her children moat need lu protection they had to co out from under lU helpless root bemuse It could not feed them It could not cloth them It could not pay Ha own taxes Will a farm home do this Never It It la properly handled and those liv lag there are taught that tanning ii a protection a trade one to be mastered and one to be proud of When I say there U not a young man who cannot own a selfsupport log term I mean It One reason why so many taU to do this and think the cannot U they imagine a farm must be a great big piece of land from one hundred to tin hundred aorea Ten or twenty acres when made to do IU bt will keep any man bUT and a sure Urine Forty acres It a great bIg farm and but few men can can make eighty aer e bfgtn to do what it U capable of doing Few farmers really do know what they do get out of their farmA taw days ago I hoard a city lady remark that It took nearly fifteen hundred dollars for rent and living for her small family I thought ahe must be mistaken but when I put down rut water wood milk butter till chicken vegetables and forty one other things that the farm afford ed which many farmers made no ac count of I saw where I was wrong KO NEED OF DRUDOERTI The right kind of farming to large extent llinlnatM drudgery It U the long hours and the longer chores that drlv many a boy from homo forever but neither long hours nor tho longer chores are any more necessary to a well managed farm than to anyother business We are learning to simplify our chore and BO specialize our farm tog that reasonable time to live and enjoy life era to be found on the well regulated farm The time 10 gone byIf over there waa such a time when A boy should be ashamed ot coming from tho farm or of being a farmer It used to be that only tho dull boys the ones who could not succeed at anything ols were left on tho farm but now it la different We are learning that it takes the beat Intellect as well its machinery and live stock to make the farm pay Berea College often a course that will help the boys of Kentucky to get more out of their farms and I am not writing this for Beroa College but because I havo faith in scientific farming Kentucky IB a tine state but I believe we farmers can mako it better by applying scientific moth oda and better systoma in all our farm operation Perhapo it would Interest you to know what the farmers are doing out here la Wisconsin To make tholr farms pay moro they Bro using every opportunity to give their sons and daughters too training In some lino of agriculture There are thirteen hun deed of them attending tho College ot Agriculture at this place rich and the poor all striving for the samo end Will you stop and ask yourself what 1 all means There are 2000 graduates ofthlr school who are operating the creamirlea in this state several thousand doing well In other lines and e jTr Runny hundreds of calls for men trained In this branch of science that cannot bo tilled Days If you want to hH a part In this great progress In which ho world Is now moving ahead by leaps aud bound get ready fur our farmers course next whiter There Bro too many young pojpl who think that they must be toachcn We need goal teachers of course but the teaching profcswlon Is already ovor crowded I have uoihlug to say derogatory to tho normal courses any whue but 1 da believe that for the good of tho country too many of our young people are drifting that wale There are plenty of teachers already what we need now U good farmers to support them so they will not have to send their money out of the state for the thlugs the people must have that the farmers ought to supply Thero never was a tlmo In the his lore of the world when properly can ducted tmnlngI + II i the Induce moots to young mm that It does now HIT S YITCllENGINEP- assenger Train on tho Soo Railroad Is Smashed CORE PERSONS KILLED OR HURT Mad Race Between Rescuers and the Flames but by Strenuous Effort Imprisoned Passengers Are Re movedDay Coaches Go Down an Embankment and Overturn St Paul Dec 4Ten people are known to be dead ilx others are fi tally injured and at least 25 others were badly hurt In tho wreck of as cocUound train on tho Minneapolis Bt Paul ft Sault Sto Marie railroad at Kaderlln N D The train wrecked was the accommodation which rune from Moose Jaw Can to St Paul It Is due at Enderlin at 11MB p m but was about two hour late The engi user was running at high speed In an endeavor to make up the lost time As he swung around a curve Just before entering the yards at End Itrtln a switch engine was shifting a string of box cars Into a siding The cars act steam the main track and the I1singer engine collided headon the iwltch eosin Both engines were totally wreaked and the passenger can were thrown In contusion down a snail mbaakmtnt at the side of the track Several of the day coaches wre turned bottom side up and the pajstagcrs planed beneath the wreckage lIell Wok fire from the stoves used to teat the care The passenger train was heavily loaded with people going to their homes In the east to spend the boll lays Most of the casualties occurred la the smoking car and the first day eoMb both of which were badly splintered Eadtrlln le the divisional headquar ten ef the railroad and a rescue par ty was soon at hud endeavoring to release the Imprisoned passengers from their perilous position The gross of tho dying mingled with the oriel of anguish ot tho passengers less severely hurt but who were In Immi nent danger from the flames which frero spreading fast through the can Axes were wielded by willing hands sad the roof of tho overturned cars were broken open and the dead and Injured taken out as quickly as possi ble It was a race between the rea mers and tho flames but by herculean efforts all of tho Injured were removed before the flames touched them Turned Over to Standard New York Dec 20 Testifying In tbe suit brought by the state of Mis souri against the Standard Oil com panT the WatersPierce Oil company and tho Republic 011 company to stop them from doing business In Missouri C 1 Nichols president of the Repub lic Oil company declared that as n ro suit of the disclosures made In tho proceedings the uscfulncoi ot the Re public Oil company as a supposed competitor of the Standard 011 com pany bad ended Tho entire business ef the company outride ot Missouri ho said bad been turned over to tho Standard Oil company of New Jersey Kentucklan Shoots flvo Charleston W Va Dec 1JIn a row near tho postofflce of Blue Creek George Goodwin a Kentucky man shot live men one fatally William Armstrong whoso lungs were perfor sled will die The other wounded are John Cart shot about tho eyes Mark Cart shot In the right hand waiter Cart shot In hip and 8110- ulbrj Laurie Kelly shot In the arm A4ior a race with the sheriff who shot at Ooodwln six times be was captured Md brought to Jnil hue The row be ran over a trivial dispute between two of the men- Vlotlme of ShIp Disaster Vicksburg Miss Dec 21Accord tag to tho latest news obtainable by telephone from places near Gold Dust Landing whero the steamer W L Scovcll blow up the list of dead and missing totals 14 and the Injured In cludo four white men and several no crocs The white dead are Captain John A Quackcnboss master VIolcs burg L Wado Quackcnboss Vlcks burt the clerk Joseph Smith Yazoo Jltyj Leval Yergertiackjon Nw- t JAPANESE QUESTION Presidents Comment on Secretary Metcnlfs Report Washington Doer 10 President Roosevelt transmitted to congress Secretary Metcalfs report on tho Jap anese situation In San Francisco ac companying it with recommendations of his own The president says The report doll with three matters of eontrov r y flrtt the xolu lon of the Jnpuntse ohIWrMi from tho San Fran cisco lohooli seon l the boycotting of- Japtnee roiiaurant and third soil of violence commuted against the Japanese lu to the first matter I call your lip- clal attention ti the very nmull numbertiof jApnne o children who attend to the itiilmony ea to the brtghtnc clconllne and Goal behavior of the e Japanese children In the school and to the tact that owing to their being imt teretl throtiRhout the city the require mint for them all to KO to one ipel l school It Impotalhle of fulfillment and means that they can not have school facllltlen Let mil point out further that there woalil be no objection whatever to ex cluding from the school any JapanMe on account of age It It obvleuily not dmlraUe that young mn should RO to MhoaTwIlh children The only point Is the exotaalon ef the children themselves The number of Japanese children attend- Ing the puUlla echooU In San Franclteo It very mall The nov nim nt hat al g ready directed that unit be brought to teat the eonetttatlonailty of the aet In question tIt my wry earnest hope It that such lull wilt not be neeeury and that us a matter of eemlty the oltlieni of San Franrleoo will refute to deprive these young Jurwu i children of educa lion and will permit them to go to the erhoeli The question as to the violence against the Japanese Is moat admirably put by Secretary Melealf and I have tithing to ado to ids iHatemmt I am entirely eon fldent that as tfeoretary Metoulf says the overwhelming ttntlment of the state of California It for law and order and for tbe protection of the Japanese In their persona owl property Iteth the chief of p Ue and the acting meyer of San Pranclsro aiurtid Secretary Metealf f1toL authorised and directed Secretary Ueteair Ie HarP that If there was failure to protect pcrrana and property then the- eettre power of the federal government within the limits of the onstltutlon woukt bo ud promptly and vigorously to enters the observance ef our treaty which treaty guaranteed to Japanese residents everywhere In the Union full sad perfect protection for their prroa and property and to this sad everything la my power would be doae sad all th- etorso1 UM United State both civil and military whisk I could lawfully em ploy would be employed Train Goes Down Precipice Monterey Mexico Den ItNlwah- ilI ben received here from Puebla telling ot a railroad wreck that oc curred between that OUT and Tlaoote POC The accident was caused by the bolt of nn engine falling on the track and catMlug the whole train to go down a prexrtptce Tho engineer and n rest en were laituatly killed Some ot the pAooongor It le reported were also killed and others Injured Jeffrie the Referee Toaopah Nor Den M It has been deckled teat James J Jtffrles shall riere DM OoiwH raan fight The articles of agies eat gave the Casino Atbleito club the right et selection t the prliwlpAta can net agree Jeffriesdwas offered 1SII Mid expenses to referee and ho accepted Dryan at Columbus Columbus 0 Dec 10 William J Ilryan has oooepted the Invitation ot the Columbus board ot trade to speak at Us annual banquet which will be held In Memorial ball on Peb 20 The subject on which Mr Bryan will speak hu not been announced ConductKiij i d South Dead lad Dec 19 Thomas 4 t Corbott oonduotor on the Three I rt railroad fell between tko car and was literally ground to pieces hue Corbett lived at Koakake 111 With in seven weeks six persons have met f death in local lallroad yards + Durnht i Sentenced New York4lec UoorKo burn ham Jr general counsel for the Mu i tual Reserve Life Insurance company recently convicted of larceny was sun tcnctd to two year In state pricetTilt MARKETS Chicago rattle Common to prim tteers J C K 77 40 cow SI ne 71 hatfen It CO 00 bulls II 49O4 60 8 stockers and feeders 12 40 fM 10 Sheep l and LambeSheep It TUn 75 lamb IT 947 IB yearitngs fl lOa 25 Calves II nOI 10 hogs Choice to prim t y heavy M 27H4X UH medium to good heavy I 300 lilt butcher 1C 2ra1 SIK good to prime 1 36 toes J7 i packing It loeu ItelirMII 1 tl 04105 10 Wheat No 2 red U Eau nurralo N YCatue r 1IIIchoice export cattle II 1081 I Ihlp t steers It 4035 21 butcher cattle II lnlrIOi 00 heifers U 6001 H tat cows bull II OUt SO milkers and 15 OOQ2S 19 Sheep and tinge It 7501 2S mixed tmblYurI140 withers n bolts CS I 21 sprang lamb IS Dept IS 60600 n HogsHeavies II Bij medium Yorkers II 6031 U ple l all 1 stags II 10 roughs IS TUn 00rPltuUuro Pa Cattle Choice IS 719 I I 00 prim IS coOS Iii tidy butchers II tDtft 00 heifers 12 IOO4 40 cows bulls and eeg II 00tf4 00 fresh cows r lit 00090 00 Sheep and tmbllrlnll1 wethers IS inQS 40 good mixed It 000 B 21 lambs W 0087 25 CalvcsIS 009 wrI 71 Hogs Heavy hogf If cal medium Torkers end pigs II 40fCleveland Cattle 75 fat tteers II 2591 25 fat v 1 cow 12 COffJ 76 bulls IS 26I 75 helt- er 13 1004 tO milkers and nprlngers 115 O C60 Os Sheep and I imbs Choice lambs S8 07 OOj wethers IS SOl 101 mixed I 26 ewe + e nllS 00 Calvesa15 00 Hog Yorkers 630 M q 16 15 pip 16 30 roughs IS ICQ5 761 Stats II 60O4 T5 Cincinnati WheAt No 2 red TSl Tic Corn No 2 mixed 43MQ440 Oats No 2 mixed S7U8I10 Kye No 2 71 0 72o Jarda U Baoon 110 00T iv mtlSS 76 HOp36 HQ SO 12 0035 69 Heep 12 0004 75 Lamb y y 14 2RS77 7J Ji 08TON Wool Ohio and renhsvlva nla XX and above UUCKct X lIflt20I 1 + No1 49 f41c No I IIUc t washed 2SO26o delalno washed 179 t ii- nic delalno unwashed J8J30oi Ken lucky And Indiana combing Hblood II 7 QUo Ulilood SlHOSta Toledo Wheat 7Ci4o com 4IWoj oat S70 rye Me olovn9 II + c i 100OFD IltroRYOfihTCUI3AN I I AUK tltpritins or I Iniurgents west ern Cuba I 3 IIVoItItIo n rpreads and gov ernm nt decides to raise 10000 men to fight rebels IOuo Insurgents under arm In Plnar del tIn province nRhtlnlfInprovince Kllarul of 100 In surgent toM lAS Laja Santa Clara provinif tS Government of feu amnesty anti many leader In MaqCuba IS AtUAanatogalionIIrrttMeat decide te send fietc of War ami Ase4at B of Slate Banon to lenl1Innuenco 1roSrII against Insurgent I hostilitIes1TafIbegin ellen for peace 2IndleatloM are that Amerlenn Inter reltoreImRoeTMCLNIt I trodticatHavanatCbta K Mageon newlY appointed pro atHayOovnesty decree SecsMarycud party arrive In Washington from Culm Armi fit Cuban Insttritenta thrown Into MA from Morro Caitto a 1 SEISMIC DISTURBANCES I- JlHIpUOfI1fI relies 11Mart of Stan FrandiMo dm at wSoo ftrfll Ida IJiiiiliii IWOO bulkllfii In u bti1 raoMi Injurod IOM of life age ezlond4s along the entire 0dI al I tt gfrsrsl I ltor Prier es ftiUnftttetont MIl gross urorMM tueMtt more fur coUnt of liuse lcUass- 31Presideal shlfvs authority af rHfweek to kit FrsOcite jitIzei with Red Croaa as auxiliary tWAr 4 p ruiiimt send JJM troops to Son ZPraaeico frWnrt s root ears run acre a city May J IVosVlent rocemtnosxls approprta tlon ot additional tM eev fut quaks vie th sVBuliM again sSMxrlni oon4 l activityJut N M badly damaged by surtMttak Auf if DHsutreo earthquake l4ts Val atLcntMr tsnros ta country In rubs ran HMMS all destroy ed Iowa ef yultietu wUII peItlon of cempisty d- o4riL Juan Potto Ttleo eip rtmrci eerie ot earUtqwake shock ILCRIMEJJan l IzaovSI- einenbrrg 0 f Idaho murdered by bomb nl IMeClarane Ikltnum near Itochnaler- Mich hllla wire son and daughter staleselfMatticw 8 t y e r Caledonia Minn kllll sweetheart her mother staler and sel- fItNets e1aon- Waikgijon Vnnh murders mother attempts to 1111 wife and children titan slays self 12 K xA u d I I o rI Sherrick Indiana Paul Btnland orrested cit In dlftl1apoll charge conllrlrue171xSlale of sentenced 10 yenta for alirged- lottery wIndie New slampstilro Ca thor wife G ehlllrcn and self after burning Iioie- 11onry Nflnumbnumr noae idaho klllK 6 Including Ma mother and sweet heart and slays self 2SCntalll or an Slocum which burned with loss of IQ lives sentenced to Prison for 10 years Feb LInn ChIcago Cllrcut OUtt- J Jerk Indicted 2S times for forgery em ollhmmt anti larceny mnd murders 8 Amerl Miguel MxCnrlUAnS Dixon UOIIOII asphyziates 4 children and self 11John Wilt Detroit klllll child lIevcre- Iy wounds 2 others and kills self OMn J VtVaIterS drowned 3 ohll- dren anti self rlQm Fall RIver Mass- stgamcr tenders of Veetonti Federt- tion or Mlnelll accused of 30 murders and assassination of cKGov Steunen berg nt Idaho 3Johann Hoch tonvltted wife mur derer at ChlcBwo 10 mob In race tInt burn dwelling wreck saloon anti Injure of- Ilcero C makIng It necessary to call out- S troops Lrnx more homes burned In race riot llfff MyWoS O JUry finds Dr O C Hnngh guilty of mother fa 4her lyons confessed of Mrs hassle found guilty ofA nt Chicago and sentencwl to death JcJSIx Italian murdered at Minneapolis Minn sD 1 ShrrlrkJexlldnna n iJJtr con v n T state funds denied now trnl 4 Ann 3J A Linn clerk circuit court Cook Co 1111pleadl guIlt of con piracy to given In definite prison term ijOontmctor Oreen and Gnynor ton 1cttxl or against government In connection with harbor work at Bavan- 1J nab I Owne and Gaynor fined JS7I79 each H unl pefltPfltI to C years Imprisonment 14Tute neitroes ianed J mob aJ prIIelil MOo 1I XAItnnt Cashier n O CoIl of FIIit National Hank of Mllwaucoe tnwrl1onlit III large business firms of Kansas admit r Iln tObatofrom N y brokerJunB Qlllett and R A Oran nuts former vice presidents of Mutual perjuryJunacceptlog 1JC U ft railroad round guilty at Kansas City of granting concession to leading millIonaIrekilled RqUIINlJtoottlmlle with wife formerly Evelyn Nell bit 2S Thaw Indicted for murder in first de WhitlThaw to murder chargeJul hanged and burned near onlrl8 nmrlala10un1hatOL 80 clerkrgunprison Aug eMob nt Salisbury N C takes 91 negroes from and lynches thorn S ChicagoforlotJeo halt sentenced to IS years Im participating kindSepat Tangier Morocco t tstateTrustt It Knlrpen decapitates her 2 children 22 mankilled2 Indeterminate IndictrdTenn Atlanta0a ionageSH former cashier of Mil Chiosgoplead ment given Indeterminate penitentiary son fence 11 ndAbramextortionJI Italian tenor YorkfarpleadedXwIlty CityMayur ar rested on charge of extortion Federal grand jury at Salt Lake City votes Reveal Indictments in coal land fraud cases Dec 4 Chester Olllette convicted of mur BigMooetimer N 1- GOVERNMCNTI AND POLITICAL I Jan 3 Itosulutlon- Intriidiicetl IntoNew York legisla t ure asking I 8 Senator IVpew to resIgn because of Insurance expos ure 7tlov Hnnly In dl to ajIefoust State Storms for done dutySJInaugurated gov ernor of Ohio Iowa general at began15Wlsronsln legis beIlrtblG 111Ifree I eon- tel French consulate Secretary Root compileS Ohio signs 2cont fare bill making It n law Pension appro priation bill carrying SJDOOOfOO passed realansI2eesewagelilticojrt caso Itetormetll win In Philadelphia alder election 21 Cong Orosvcnor of Ohio defeated for nominationMar Patterson Chicago commis stoner PUblIC worka socialist resignS EonMor Green New York found not guilt of conspiracy to do 1 mid government 9 American forces wipe out ciulro Morn emINaUonlOluse of Its strcttts taking rights from traction companies N W Gilbert congressional representative Indiana judgeshlpUKxStatefound guilty of embezzlement ISC S Fraud named aa ambassador lIelllomyJUIIIeKrafttT2fO W Perkins arrested for grand tar ceny for giving N Y LIfo cash to Ro pUblimn campaign fund adjournuntilqusl3nllne1IIUY1ed by 8 M Rocker for mayor of Mil opposingI VII Illinois supreme court declares new UncOnstItutionalI7Ioeonsln tovote24 ParksantIcigarette byJatisas4 conreuarrahtJllnRII dissolveV rateLiiiiil Supremo court affirms decision son hitpnisournentO Senate passes agriculture appropria c4rrylngmaatprIvilegesandUtih4NVIllReynolds nt1I1I1 houses sent ti coo Republicancoirt of IllirolS fromMUCol H A llupont defeats J E Ad inUadmtttgOklahoma RmenllmontbillInspection 11 H D Pierce appointed nVHiuer to Norway 21 inlieni29 General deficiency bill passed by con gros bill passed Cou Kress adjourns Aug IIowa Republicans rcnomlnnte A MolnuI6Slakergross at Danville 111 17 appulhtodmembersion ScpoJOCOIIt C E Llttlofleld Republic reelected9lreeident law to apply to all public work 28 byrtswChas E Hutches nominated for gov litSorololflLOct 3 Senator Boverldge opens Republic an campaign at Des Molhci la countryChuticket for of New York tlckelHllpubllcana jority of state ticket In town Michigan NllwUmCnnnectlcul In Minnesota MUlIl hueUII Oklahoma Inhous30Jolm A Mcllhenny appointed civil service commissioner Dec 3 Final session of Fiftyninth con press begins 10 John W Riddle minister to Rou manla and Bervla named to succeed Ambassador Meyer nt Bt Petersburg It President ollds special message to congress urging full citizenship for Por to Plcan I L BUSINESS tr FAILURES J i Jan 14Parsons Snyder Co Cleveland 0 liabilities lIabUltlaFeb S Rollver County Bank Cleveland 8l3O02flankIn receivers hands plaodInhey Lumber Co Oshkosh Wls liabili ties ssooorw Mar 1 Southern Rank Trust FtSmith Ark owing depositors ssoOO 2Walss president defunct Chicago National bank arrested on charge ot falsi 27 tying relOrtaIl0152t1Northexaminer lektnIiiMay 2 Delmont national bank Delmont Pa closed Receiver for American Re corvn Bond Co St Louts appointed Clearneld aminer Aug Milwaukee Ave Btate bank Chi exmlnorIIlIbllltlcS ChlcaaofallNt1C Qarfield Park bank of Chicago closed Ita result of collapse of Milwaukee Ave State bank IhlladelPhlalIIB p Mo closed by directors 9 eloedNearlNov 15 Rank of Reckwlth Co at Evanston Wyo closed owing to financial troubles 30 Threo banks conducted by C V Chandler at Macomb Colchester and Uardolph Ill closed for lack of ready cashfee Innk of Kiowa I T doted on inabilityto IINECROLOGY I Jan 9W R Har per president Uni at Chicago ItCol It G Lowe Galveston Tex pubUeherICMarshalt Field Chicago merchant prince of monia in New York So11 II Hurd noted lawyer and Il linois citizen at Evanston Pet 3tBxSpeaker D H Henderson of national house of representatives at Dubuque la D II LDnll Hendersonrety SmIth CMarlieu ton 1I0en J 8 Gage distinguished soldier at San Jose U Susan H Anthony suffragist lender YJohnSthOISJohannat tnclnnutl ItOln J M Thoyer oxU S senator LincolnIExMayurdolphla 9T K llarrctt aherlir Cook county Ill ChicagoApr Cur Cfen niareo Cuba publisherConstitutionSOJ K nod otCov of Nebraska at belleved Un Ion I own Pa ago IllS suicide atSta Honrlk lb cn noted Norwegian dna mattel nnd lnel nt lMirttUnla Jun Consrcusmin Robert Adams Phil WaIrolon4 ntWnllhlnoton14 IIprIdontGeorglllrllull t IIH N Plllsbury noted mas tar at Ililla Porterleading nfacturcr at How oil Mass l ratUlon 1111IOnCoy Utah atWashington J7 AtJtzablhI3Rot Dr JSmith noted Con gregational minis xburyMA8s Jul JG Y Wlsner noted consultIngI DoACongressman H C Adams of Wiscon sin at Chicago Judge O V Wanty or Michigan at London It Crlcant1nnnclllrit Russell Sage at Lawrence 1 L ace i9 secrelacy ChinaISIN V Oml1haDcoSep hlI Oelrlclm prominent New York clubmun on board ocean liner 1J nJMilwaukeeICxCongrcssman Clarke of Alabama at tit Louis Oct 18 Mrs Jnffprsnn Davis widow of prcsidant of tIme confederacy rollcking15 Samuel Jones noted evangelist on train near Little Rock Ark 19 ofMassachusetts Ilpiscoral SI memberaged SS Congressman Rockwood Hoar SenatorHoarKOen Wm R Shatter retired at Bakersfield Cal 30 Otto Young multimillionaire Chica ItLake nee 2 Mark Hassler noted musical di Ihliatlelphia8Bishop Springfieldat LowlntoD 9 physlInn Orleans IF i FIRES l buildingsdestroyedFeb 9Llttleton W Va nearly wiped hotneltn16Nlverten wiped out 16 partlydestroyed 11000000IIII1 section practically destroyed 22 Uuslness section of Dawson Wis wiped out Mar 4Last half of Standhope la busi ness section burns other half destroyed some time before ItWhite Pigeon Filch business section rortlonnuslln2S Johnstown Pa swept by flames loss J500000 TlmeabuildMay 17Iloone la Boone Cereal Co loss I06o- UISllundred residences and dozen busi ness buildings wiped out at Stanley CobllllNewexplosionJuntontpietalydestroyedlI1olre In Armour packing plant at South Omaha Neb loss ilOOOOO 17 Ryan building annex at 8t Paul loss iOOOOO 20 ofCasinoentirebusinessSop 13 Tlburon Cal entire business dls homelessOctAla business PlIOooo2B conflagration at nrlstonr la wiped out practically all of remaining business section of town Nov 13 Rlchland 0 practically wiped out by gas explosion 1 children burned to death Dec IAt Princeton 0 mob of ZOO masked men burned i big tobacco stem merles owned by tobacco trust 8At Chicago fine In wholesale business district caused loss of IUO000 2 lives lost ISPOnTING I Jan USlr Thomas Lipton plans race against New York club for cupilhionrera out Yqung Cor bett In fifth at Angeles15Wlllle Je Crated MauriceVlgnaux forworlds 181 n c h balk line bIlliard- championship a t Paris Intercol leglato football put under ban at liar Vend university 1 gkilledheart In bout In Joe uans New York 2B Demogeot at Or milesInord HarryTennyInjuries McGovern21 atLoulavlllapresident 27 Hoppe defeats Slosson for worlds balk YorkAprstarts KtAmcrlean League baseball season starts Sutton averaged 100 and made atiiicagoMay a Frank Gotch defeats Tom Jenkins for wrestling championship of America at Kansas Jun IFrank Kramer American bIcycle rider wins city of Paris grand prize Value JlttO AmericanWhist21 Frank Gotch defeated C Olson south era catchascatchean wrestling cham OrleansAug and Emslle NatLORRulIand Chicago forfeited to latter 4W R Crosby wins western handicap ut trap shooters tournment at Denver targetsSep cham pionship from Rattling Nelson In 42nd round at Goldfleld Nev on foul UC 51 Daniels of New York lowers atStOct 2 Manager Fred Tenny announces he National club23Chicago won worlds championship by defeating Na ChicagoNovbyLouisvIlleI rncerkllltdYork 30 Ralph Those breaks worlds record In Francisco1distance 1CASUATTIES Jan 4ln Coaldale W Va 23 In mine ox plosionC N J IS In landslide 9At Minneapolis Minn 11 In hotel tine ISAt Detroit W Va IS in mine ox plosion 21At Philadelphia Pa IS In church fire panic JS Off Vancouver Island In Pacific US iq wreck of steamer Valencia At Sunny side CoL S In anowsllde ISAt Poteau I T 11 In mine explosion Feb 4 Near La Salle III 4 by drowning SIn West Vlrganln K In mine expjoalon UAt Portland Ore 4 In bualne suction fire 19At Ataltland CoL 16 In mine dust ex 21Gambler 0 S In college dormitory fireMar IAt Meridian Miss 21 In tornado which caused property loss of 11600000 ItAt Jamestown Ind 3 In collapse of bydrowninglIng 16 colllsIonAtfIre 19Ncar Sllverton Col IS In landslides 22In a West Virginia mine explosion 28 In Wlnflold Col mining district 6 In landslide 24 drowningAtApr 14 Kxploslon In gun turret of bit tleship Kearsarte In Cuban waters kills 7 Injures U- 21In minI near Trinidad Col 22 by dust explosion10Tornado destroys Relevue Tex 11 dead other damage throughout state May 4 Seven In train wreck near AI toona Pa28 drowningdLaulsvlllo 9 In train wreck Jun Ztt East Providence R 111 in trolley car wreck 7 dampInanti Wisconsin CAt lAfayette Ind Mrs 8 Gobbau and SagInawtanhi 3IAtMartlnsvllle N Y C In wreck 12 gtjibylightninglIAt by collapse of building TO 2At Davenport Wash 6 by drowning WreckSep14 Four In tornado In NebraskaIS ClmarronIUver21 tiynamitoexplosion mI7Jlurncano otlire000000 Octzs Traln of three electric cars car- ryIng 91 persons jumped from trestle carryingaboutrecoveredOct Ala causes over 1 1 000000 damages4 Twentynine known dead and many Pocahontas cottuba IJ JIurrlcane sweeps coast of Florida causingheavyerty 21 Considerable property damaged by Rockiesfrom25 whichdestroyedNov IAt Cleveland 0 six by boiler explosion 19 Fortytwo lives lost by sinking of steamer Dix In harbor at Seattle Wash 23 automobiledriverat Philadelphia 29 Southernnallwa VaDec by 11001 caused by breaking of dam soy childrenburlledNJ- 7At Itlinca N Y7 perish In burning of fraternity house at Cornell university Near Lewiston Me 4 In headon collision r FOREIGN I Jan 3 Rodriguez attacks Puerta pll1talSan 2- 14San Domin Domingo rebels defeated 3 Morales generals and 10 men killed 1San Domingo rev olution ended with defeat of President killIIntrlguez 12 France breaksoff diplomatic rela tions with Vene zuela 14 ExPremier Hal four beaten for ment nlltg JIPros Folllerles of 17it Bntn electIedfit France 21 destroyedby25 Venezuela expels nil French consuls 29 King Christian of Denmark dies at ofDenmlrkFeb 6 Countess Bonl de Castellane formerly Anna Gould of New York en ters plea for divorce In Paris 13 WLowtherIS Remains of late King Christian of Denmark laid to rest Fallleres as FranceZIn drowned byLake5 Fucecchlo Italy dance ball panic re suits In K deaths 7 wouldbeColombia shot to death 1121 fiarrlen accepts task of forming new French ministry mine explosion and fire kills 1193 In France 13ln Arabian rebellion Turkish troops massacre 00000 natives at Sana Arabia IS killshundreds CubaIaragreement otholelGerman troops win victory over natives losaO10 Fourteen killed over 200 Injured by NaplesApr Black dies at Rome fireMayParis over IWO arrests made v 2 PremierWltteilPalma Inaugurated president of Cuba at Havana 31Weddlng of King ofSpaIn orEnglanded at MadridCouple narrowly escape assasul na lion by bomb andInjures ulaJanealellI LeyteP andQueencrowned rulers of Norway son persons killed In train wreck LnnnnI of to resgnS2atai killing H7 InFrench14Flre at NIJI Novgorod Russia do tanllll03homeles19IS Lixdy Curzon dies In Lordon 20 deetroys100IICS Rand of Pulajanes on Island of civilianAcrt Hormlgaa island 300 drowned ofJoullaU hongKongChinadamageOct miners killed ex LngNov CountflonICounts plea for alimony denied17 churchRomeHoc 3 Spanish cabinet resigns action folIW demonstration in deputlfl1Dr to pope died at Rome e INDUSTRALJ Feb 1 Operators reject demands of mine workers for wage Increase miners In crease defense fund UI A Heinz sells Montana copper In terests to Amalgamated company for U5ooo000 7year Industrial war Mar 19 Standard Oil officials agree to answer questions of Missouri attorney 1Iral9Unlttll Mine Workers after second unsuccessful conference with to decide on strike April 1 Involving both anthracite and bituminous fields opera tors appeal to Roosevelt for aid StLouisstandstill May Anthracite miners vote to accept original proposition of operators and re turn to Jun 7 Wages trouble of southwest min ers and operators settled by John Mitch aJlfemt13 UnitedMineivorkingmembershipJul 2 Increase of E per cent In wages emioyes nJ30Unlted Mine Workers hev cents per capita for those idle during workOct thousand silver IncreasedNovployes of Pennsylvania railroad system on lines east and west of PIttsburg to arcecled1Twentlxth openedat15 NationalFarmerorganlutlonclaims24 presidentAmericanneapolis SOIn trial of union teamsters nt Chicago4 of defendants pleaded guilty Thdustrial otGeneralhers of union J= REVOLUTION INRU5SIJ Jan 1 Moscow rev olution crushed Insurrectlo n I a t s surrendering 4 Terrorists began war Insurgents seize factory In Riga troops bat ter down doors killing many capturing 1600 G One thousandkilled and 3000 wounded In Mos cow riots9 Near Hazenpot dragoons surround revolutionists kill lug entire band 12 upArmenian nary In TitUs kill inc 22 and wound fitolypin34h15 Russian rebels assassinate major general and 3 police officials Feb 21 Gen Orloff In quelling Baltic province outbreaks shoots moro than 700 revolutionistsMar among sailors at Sebaa topol results In massacre Apr 6 Fourteen Russian soldiers butch ered for refusing to fire on Sebaslopol mutineers 8 Governor of Tver killed by bomb in cityMa general assassInated At Ekaterln03lavGov then murdered at Ellzabethpol Attempt made to as sassinate Vice Admiral DouboaofT at Moscow 10 Czar delivers speech to dauma no mention of amnesty made 1J hanglneIn15 Imperative demand for reforms made In doumas reply to czars speech eonsu1IcountryJulAdmiral Chuknln at Sevastopol 19 Port Arthur commission recommends death for pen Stoessol for surrendering port 21 Imperial ukase dissolves parliament 23 Troops at fortress at Viborg Finland mutiny Aug 2 3lutlnrat Sveaborg ended 3 killed by bomb 25 Bomb Intended to slay Premier Stoly wrecks his villa on Aptekoraky Is land 33 killedpersons Premier es capedOen MIn assassinated by young woman at Peterhof Sep 10At least 300 Jews killed and slaughter at Siedlce IO wounded 12 Massacre of Jews at Sledlca ceases 19 Gen Nlcolaleff assassinated at War saw Oct Commission appointed by czar finds causes of Sveaborg antI Cron stadt mutinies attributable to negligence inefficiency of officers 3O tryingCronstadt Nino soldiers convicted of plot to blow Nov S Seven nationalist workmen ebot down by socialists at Lodez Dee IChleC ot Police Chopote of Kazan assassinated I MISCELLANEOUS I Jan 2C T Yerkes deceased traction magnate gives 1750000 to Chicago university and making ample provision for numerous charities as well as for wife Midshipman Decatur acquitted by court martial of charge of hazing at An- napOlis Hopklnsville Ky mob takes negro accused ot assault from jail and hangs him 21 Willof Marshall Field deceased Chicago merchant prince opened showing estate of 100000000 J8000WW left to museum 2S Mrs C T Yerkes weds WUaon MIzner of San Francisco MldahlpmanlllIeroils C Dr G H Simmons tel bank president and politician kills self when facing exposure ot financial methods und private conduct IS Pat Crowe found not guilty of rob atOmaha17 CongNicholas causingloss11 daysfighting15 YorlcLIfetee at Albany N Y IS ihheboyganWi otZOOooo19 Andrew Hamilton shows receipt for campaignfundspany 20 deelaredney Jerome Apr 1John Alexander Dowie deposed AH Overseer leadershfp7Kansasthat Iran illegaltrust25 CityI1LJul 3 Secretary of State Root salts forS months tour of South America Avig Wisconsin railway coraraUaloaers render opinion reducing grain rates tor state 1 cent per bushel 1C Gen n B Brown of Zanoorltle 0 elected commanderlnchlef of a A Rat Minneapolis Aug 3OW J Bryan welcomed at New York by big gathering ot Demcnrats on return from trip around world Sep Secretary of State Stoat returns from tour of South America Oct S President Hill ot Great Northern railway sold 750000000 tons of ore to United States Steel corporation totJ 100000000 atFlndlaycombine In violation of state laws Oct IS Triennial convention of Worlds atBoston19 Troop of cavalry sent to Wyoming to IndiansNovfortroopsR Three companies ot negro troops In forfailureTex8Ireeldenlparty lets Washington on trip of inspector Panama canal pn battleship LoulsllRo il WashingtonRico prealdent Spencer6Johnwho control Slan 1anlQII Co served with subpoenas to appear before federal circuit court In St January T weIghInglaW10 Nobel peace Prize valued at 10000 byNorwegtanused to establish Industrial peace com mission oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o CorrespondenceIr f i i r a MfTMpo4t o ptbUited wtvldeaa otntootfdtaeWriteepalsla1y o 1IItot tK pibllMUoB bit aeoeoeo o4eoeoeoeoeoeaeoP i lACKSON COUNTY- CIOVKH BOTTOM December 23James Baker has thipaceore were present a was reported Sorry to lose such a good instructor and teacher as Miss Mayors John Young of Climax and George were the guests of Lewis Mc rlGuire and family SundayBorn or the 14th to Mr and Mrs John Dur ham twin bOVM one of which is now Iwd MrsFred Bales of near this place note near being drowned Wed uesday night She was rescued and Dr Baker was summoned She is said to bo in a critical condition Died on the 15th tho infant child of Mr and Mrs Cassius Van Death was due to croup James Durham had a barn raising Wednesday at his now home The ladies also had a r quilting bee l SAND OAF Dec 23 Bradley the little son of John Durham was very badly lost neighdhim and after midnight succeeded in finding him at the home of William Morris on Birch LlckbIrs Newton Hurley and little daughter Gracie hnve been very sick but are slowly improving Mrs James W Williams and Mrs Isaac Hobbs are on the sick listOra the daughter of Mr and Mrs Sheridan Johnson died consumption the 15th of this month The remains were entered in the Durham cemetery beside those of her brother whose death was only fmemouth previous to hers It is n sad incident and the com munity extends greatest sympathy toit the bereaved familyAndy the son of Mr and Mrs Austin Huff is very low with typhoid Old aunt Eliza beth Williams who has been ill for some time is up again Nathan Pearson is having his houses finished He says they will sorter be more comfortable and sorter look better Rosie and Maggio Harrison went to mill Tuesday Ed Durham is spending Christmas with Wind Cav erites Your correspondent wishes to correct a little mistake made in the printing of the Sand Gap sews in the issue of the Citizen of Dec 0 wherein was stated that Tyler the nursery agent said the sooner he bad fruit the sooner he would get married etc Mr Tyler did not say that but C S Durham was putting in his fruit trees and said the earli i 4r h hAt fruit the earlier he would i et married etc Happy New Year t to all MIDDLE FORK Dec 20We have had lotsof rain and fine tides for logs floating nt this place Wes Angel Robert TiiBsey and others made a business trip to Livingston Monday Mr DOPB and John Wilson made a pleas ant call at Wes Angels Saturday night nnd attended church at Letter Box Sunday Mifs D mie Cole was the guest of Misses Dellie and Min nin Angel Saturday nightMrs Wes Angel and Miss Dellie Angel visited firs Mary Cale Sunday last Mr and Mrs John Summers have a bouncing boy MADLDKN jf Dec 2tSam Wolfewbo has been in the picture business has returned homeThere was a candy party nt l Andy Minters Saturday night quite a large crowd in attendance The widow Wilsons children ore ill withahoopingconghMiitsea Lottie and Cam Davis attended church at Maulden SundayThere is going to- be an exhibition at the Bethlehem School New Years dayWe are having lots of rain and snow Floa ting staves has been the occupation f of the boys for the past weekMr Herbert Moore has been ill but is somewhat better There was a Christmas tree at Hickory Flat last SaturdayAlfred Moore who has boon teaching at Sand Springs returned home Friday Miss Fannie Davie and Miss Maggie Welsh are talking of attending school at Berea i this winter iitmtEY Dec 21There was a big tide in Indian Creek Monday the schoolteacher being water bound had to dismiss school Born to Mr and Mrs J W a fine girl Sunday mbraing J W and Lewis Marcum of Waneta Kentucky passed thru here this week buying fur bides Jphnie Lake of this place sold Green Lake of Evergreen a mule Monday placeIsLake and his sons Jobie and Lewis of Horse Lick visited Johnie Lake of 1 attended=Isaac Morris of PinejKnot visited t t 1 eotoe oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeU e his brother T L Morris Tueeda night Ellen Roberts was the guest AngelFridnyand laughter Jaloy and Mrs Grouu theLan EgyptKentuckybards Saturday night Tommio Angel visited Nannie Gabbard Tues dayMrs Moriah Stephens visited Mrs Lillie J Moore Saturday Mrs Letho Gabbard visited at Jacob II Gabbards Wednesday Knthorino McCollum visited her daughter Sarah B Hurley Wednesday Sitha Angel and Kizzio Isaacs visited at W M Hurleys Monday Louis Gabbard who has been staying with Mrs Fanny Hays of McKee visited SundayOldThursday morning of consumption- he had been nearly down for several years He leaves four children to mourn his death His remains will be taken to tho Hamilton Graveyard near McKee ADISOR COUNTY DULVTII Dec 2JMrs John Turner anti family left lost Friday for Illinois where they will make their llomeIMrs Banner Lynch is on listMr John Hirley has returned from Illinois and is visiting his sis ters at Duluth Mrs Martha Hunter and Mrs Sarah WebbWhilo on bis way to Irvine drummer Wilson called at I A Hunters FridavI Friday night a Christmas tree aildI box supper was held at the Mallory school house a fine time was reported ESTILL COUNTYeXVAGURSVILLK Dec 24 Mr and Mrs J M Edwards are the proud parents of a fine boy born the 20thrMisses Nettie and Bessie Wagers who have been in school in Richmond ore i spending the holidays at home on Station Camp Mr Vernon Scrivner was the guest of Jim Bill Wagers I Saturday nightMiss Retha Soriv nar Messrs J B Wagers Ambrose Wilson Jim Warlord Ambrose t Wagers and Vernon Scrivner wore the guests of Misses Kathryn andI Fannie Wagers Saturday night andI SundayMrs A E Scrivnor is visiting her daughter Mrs Jolt Wagers this week Mr son of this place and Miss CarrieJ Bayha of Middlotown Ohio were married at the brides home Doi 10 and came to Kentucky to make their future home wo wish them a long and happy lifeMr Wm Fox is veryt low with typhoid fever Mrs W F Parsons of Hamilton Ohio is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 0 Wj Arvin near Wagersville DID YOU KNOW The College Boarding Ran was nov er so popular as this year During th first weeks of the fall term the young men at tho Hall gained tin average of 783 pounds apiece and the young ladies gained oa an average 610 pounds each That means good living The College has now a really fine gymnasium floor with considerable ap paratus and a regular Instructor Every student who does not have lust enough manual labor and many who do will here find a chance to exer cise have fun and learn how to walk stand and breathe as God Intended The College provides a nurse and doctor for any student who may be tick without extra charge What la still better the doctor looks alter the health of the students all the time so F Rf 4I 7 as for the most part to prevent them from getting sick STARTING FOR SCHOOL Tliu tuna for Blurting U right here You want to plan to start so as to get to llerea on the opening day Jan uary 2 which U Wednesday or lw 011 tho day before When me time couits start nod do nut watt for anything If sour dress la nut quite done wear yow old ono and bring thread and needu and finish tho urens attar you gel nurel If you luvo not seen ono oi Lao frltuds you warned to sec never wind come rlgttt a1ulrowewbtrI UltN Is n Vustotnuw Kujjy tno Journ y Laok at the bcuuucu ot uaiuro art along ino road moke menus with tho piopta you ws4tt enter lull help those wno urn cuuiing wiin you Uon i be troabiod or contused when you SlIt nelr Vuu con qoiCKiy llud triuuub aim Iatu tile wings you nctu to snow toe firm any u ia over tale Ooiltgo announce num on page five of tiltS piper It possiblo siua your Uvllur dtpiwlt to btjcrouiry Ujuuule BO he uuy know you are coming ana nterva a roum fur you First find your room Young lad tea go Olrvcuy to the ladled nail and inquire ror Altes Itabluson or Muss Welsh Young man go to tile roar of uio stone Library liulldlug and boo Mr Oanniell It you ltavtlen gaged a room tiuso officers wUl have It roady for you U tint they will he you to the best room Urn la left At inta tluiii you make your Dollar De posit and gt a receipt for lu You will find IJurva full of frlfndly peo pie After this you will wish to ste the Dean of Women or tho President for advice about which dopattmont to en tea etc and they will take down your name and address and tho ad dries of your parents Then you will see the man at the hard or the de partment you wish to enter The school Is like u army hut you will won find your own regiment anti sompanyll This assigning officer jr Dean as he Is oallod wilt assign FOU to the classes in which you can make most rapid progress Finally you will get a schedule which In a paper on which Is written til your classes and appointments When you settle with tlt Treasurer lIe sIgns this schedolr and then you iri 1 student eutilfd to sit the prlv legw ot the Institution You can draw books from the library you hay t seat In the Chapel you have a time when you oan use the elegant bith room you are on the straight road to ttpplneftH and honor and usefulness Every day you will learn something few Some things Jou will find dlf terent from what you expected Some you will not like as well as you ox Moted and some you will like a great deal moro When you have been hero t month you will wish you hM comet year ago and by the time you have Pen here a term you will have more riends In Berea than you have nny where else But you do sot come mainly to hav TilE COLLEOEIANIE ra good time or even to make friends You como to getuscful knowledge and to Improvo your own mind Do not bo too Impatient You cannot ase much good in planting corn for the first few days You put In tho corn and it grows under ground at first So with your education You cannot see all tho benefit of It the first day But after a little you will find that your head Is full of new Ideas you underjstoodterm is over you will be a changed persoDi moro manly more womanly morn selfpossessed with new pleasures nnd higher thoughts and more power for usefulness Twenty years hence hundreds of people will be glad becauiie they started to school NOW IIJM aw PAUT OF TIIK FlllST nIl ACA11KMY CLASS 3Uny euureabntto Unrh will r turn tor wlnr Iftiu Hick Not Emaciated Bakorsflold Cal Dec 2lL B flicks who was entombed In a mine for nearly 1ft days and released at 1128 Saturday night Is not maol sled as was expected Ha was strong and the itlmulanja that had been pro pared for him were not needed Isis beard was thick and tubby but not grown out at might have beta expected Ills face and hand were dirty but his clothing waa fairly clean and In good condition Hick was born In Kentucky Negro CtrlkeDreaker Ban Antonio Tex Dec 24From 130 to 150 members of the Brother hood of Railway Firemen walked out on the San Antonio dlvlilon ot tho Southern Pacific Atlantic system Negroes are being substituted for the striking flrcmcn The firemen have no grievance against the railroad com pang They claim It la a test strike to determine whether they or the encl reera shall havo control of tho switch t g crews For SaleI hove for sale 00 acres of land lying near the pike and on tho Oar rard county lino 2or 3 miles west from Boron adjoining the land Prank Taylor I also have one Borg hum mill and evaporator nt my placo I wish to sell Call on or address mo at Kirksville Ky JAMES R HENRY TO COKK A COLD IN ONK DAY Tate BROMO Ouh Tiblete Dn gturefundmoneyitItrIUtoeonltWG- ROVES nature en For Sale Fiftynino acres of land three miles from Berea close to the fovea and Kingston Pike near the farticularsapply dr iI TIII Nnw CIIAPKL lit br 6tdatalt llrca Cullrg HOUSES TO RENT For Families Educating Their Children The College Treasurer has several dmirable dwellings to rent to families who wish to spend a term or more in heron for tho benelt of Y furaisliedIdollars per term Other honsoa containing sealed rooms or with bards and gardens for somewhat higher rental Preference given always to families with children to educate For regulations and further l1rUculllI8 address the Treasurer or call on him at his office in tho roar of tho LibruryP Building any morning at 045 T J Osnonxc Treasurer d Seeing the Southwest- EXCURSIONS Doubtless you have hoard of the bumper crops which have been raised In Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and New Mexico Have you compared them with result obtained In your section f Is work where you are bringingon ia adequate returns for the capital invested and tho labor exp ad df If not a change would be bouollcial perhaps A Visit to tho southwest will open your eyes Out In Oklahoma the lost big land oran ing is soon to take place farms are still very cheap in Western Arkansas Northern Louisiana and the Gulf Const of Texas Let us givfe you full Information about these sections You will want to see them after you have examined our illustrated literature VERY LOW RATES FOR ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP U Southwestern points the First and Third Tuesdays of each month IG H Loa Son Paaa ArtJ HtCoraatx r A dP A Frisco Little Rack Ark roan H1 Module Dlst Pals Aft Cincinnati ROCK ISLAND FRISCOi LINES CINCINNATI 01110 Always Remember the Full Name Laxative Bromo Quinine tt Cares aCold in One Day Grip inTwo 4oaIoL 25eit q s i