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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oieioUOioioioioioioroioioioU SPECIAL STUDENTS EDITION BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 1 5 J r JANUARY 1 1007 WINTER TERM EXTRA t IDEAS 4 bright New Year and a sunny I track a Along an upward way t And a wing of praise ou looking backWhen the year has passed away Now every year the girls appear New pralso from our lips shall I sound And golden shoavcH nor smalLnor few This Is my New Years with for you WINTER TERM BEREA COLLEGE i OPENS WEDNESDAY tt JANUARY SECOND 1907 1 FROM THE WIDE WORLD V Tho National Assembly of Ecuador I South America on December 2lth lected pan Eloy Alfnro the tiding lflllent to be jHjnnnnont cotmtitu- tloifel president for four years AHala received a largo majority of thu votes j cant and his election Is vory popular On December 2lth Governor Ma appointlllgJCOll1mtMtou n It U reported that Itaisiill n sorts of robber chief In tile country of Morocco iu Africa In firming bauds of 4men near tho oily of Tauter unit It G s that Ito Intends to attack the fortes of tho Sultnn who rules Morroco J James Bryco n noted BriliHh statesman mn beta appointed am bassador of England to too United Stales Ho is clotting up his business uffairn and getting ready to como to Washington King Leopold of Bolglutn haw given over his ownership nod rule of tho no called Congo Free Stale to tho Belgian Tho meat of that nJifoh8lCCptcd this action of the KJng on December M It U now tho plP for Dulgium to annex tho CongqState- A constitution for tho Transvaal in South Africa which was conquered a foV years ngo by English sold I low wait given to that country by J England on December 12th It goes into effect immediately ft It is that tho Ozar of Russia has approved of n bill giving 0 uto1ho Jews in Ruwia equal rights lthother citizens For a long time I ClJowB there us well as in mnuj other placessthnvo been fearfully t p pressed IN OUR OWN COUNTRY On December 2tth Mayor Wood war ot Atlanta Qai ordered all saloons oft the city closed from 4 oclock p 111 uatll Wednesday morning na Ultra wero rUmors that attacks would be made on negroes on Christmas day A race war la feared In Mississippi Negroes have filled the little town ot Wilwlik and threaten vengeance on the whiten bicausa a negro was killed by a conductor while ho was trying to quiet a disturbance on his train Soldier were oh the wily to Wahakik on Dtc 2Uh to protect tho white res ident their Joseph K Smith head ot this Nora mon Church some weeks ago confess ed that be had disobeyed the Jaw in unlawful cohabitation with one of hit 1wimp Now he has been summoned I a director of tho Union Pacific n IlleralIol wann debate in the U 8 Senile I regard to the Mormon Senator ooh Senator Burrows of Michigan tholMilate SenIcharg- ed President Uoosevelt and the repub limn leaders with putting party sue cs above national good In supporting Mormon candidates In Idaho Utah and Montana in tho last election COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Moro gold is being discovered In Estill county Some time ngo it was found at Wagersvillo nnd near Irvine and now within tho last few weeks n tmeil raiao bus been located at Cobb ly R result it is said of follow lug out some clown found in soma old papers loft by nn ludian Much Interest tins boon excited tint tho country by tho story of Lindsay B Hicks n Kentuckian by birth who was imprisoned for about two weeks in a mine in Bakersfield Cnl and after vary hard experiences was finally rescued December 22 HIcks YI eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoloeoeoPoeoioTHE CITIZEN If 1907 is to be better than 1906IIf the new year is to be a better for you one has been three things you must doand you can do them doImore ii you iiiinn you can clliU more LIUUl you ever have I before You were meant to be greater and better than you are You can do some things that no one else in the world can do You have a splendid year before you youTheyalso a good deal better than you think They are more ready to help you and 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 Thirdly you must believe in God Believe that He loves you and will do everything that is good for you if you arc obedient to Him He knows what you need much better plansforself Believe in Him and let Him make you what He wants you to be and you will be sure to have a Happy New Year AI iiiTiits ill TIII IIKVOIVTIOV Yiinnc In Ilrrra Course wlionmilorriidnnl mm who fought Wniilitiieliin In the oils IHljtlc r- Waat1hinfnu OVHTIIU HAY Jf Y- Septemberg01000 My Imr Dr Fruits L wish you gout luck I molds nil Rood fortune to llrrrn College I tirllrrti profoutiilly In the lojnlty of tlir c mnuntnlll peeplefrotnamong whom mine Abrnhniu Ilnrciln one ut the two greatest Amrrlrnn PrrtldrnU Ilrrrn College hn inniln friend for these propln In tun North and In the IVitt In place where they wore lint IllUr known anti but little MItdeatNNL I firmly helleve that IhroiiBh the Inttrunirntnllty of nliimllonnl Inntllutlon mirh ni itrrrn Collrgv nil of Appnlnchlnn Ainnrlrn wIll prove n stnrohue- of national vigor nnd r trl tUliinnil lint th rlM of thU part of our roiiiiiinn country will henii liiicnlrulnliln hvnrllt to nil the United Slnlr 117101111Tnlouorm iioosiviiT Dr Ullllnnt Ocxxloll Vrot- Prrildent llcrvn College- llerra Kentucky I did some serious thinking while shut up In the walls of earth anti granite and mado up his mind to lot whiskey nlono for tho rest of his JlCu It might bo well for n fow more Ken tuckiaus to be shut in mines n while The Mountain Champion Roosevelt Believes in the Moun tain PeopleDo We Believe in OurselvesThoughtsfor The latter ot President lloosavelt which wo print this week should clir tho heart of every man woman and child In Eastern Kentucky Eastern Tennessee tho western parts ot the two Virginias and tho two Carolinas and the northern parts of Georgia and Alabama Wo people of Ute mountains have been somewhat forgotten despised and run over by our neighbors in tho richer parts ot our states and no havo satnctlnu been either too proud or too taint hearted to stand up for ourselves in tho boot way Hut all that Is In tho past and ron be for gottenHero Is the President ot tho United States showing hie confidence in us and in what can be made out of our children He reminds us tttat Abrahai Lincoln was born In a Kentucky log Iv oabln lIe expects that through such education ae is coming in roach ot us through lieroaCollcge all this mountain region will become a storehouse of national vigor and patriotism This Is what Dr Pearsons of Chica go believes and ho has shown his sincerity by Ms great gifts of money to Beroa to help the College help the mountain boys and glrlr This Is what thousands ot mountain parents and children have believed and by careful work and careful plan ning they havo put over a thousand students a year Into Bereo and now the of school teachers trained farmers Improved housekeepers hon est lawyers skilled doctors competent carpentore devoted preachers faith ful and skillful young persons tor all callings In life that army is pouring forth from the College to bless the whole circle ot Southern states Now are your folks going to cot their share Do you believe that you have a child worth educating Do you young man believe that you could do greater things If you knew more Do you young lady know that you might be much more ot a blessing to your home and your friend If you had somo education Shall pride hinder us or faint hoartedocss turn us back And are wo going to have hotter roads better schools better churches better homes hotter laws and bettor people in tho mountains These thins Chief Contents of This Number ONEIdemFrom tits TVIite World In Our Own Cuuntr7- Commonwullh ol Kentucky lnIIIt Itooevell Letter Tim MoahtnlniChnmplon 1AOK TWO 1oeni A8nng of niailiir fiorlalthe arnfteraPAOK TIIIIKK tiers nnd Vicinity Take Notice Ijiw putt Under League College I trill I IAOi FOtm Cain menu New 1notlmll llulff What tIt OHI AVIfn llrhiK hjr lr111111 ChlldretlIepnrtmentlery of Injun Joe 1AdK 1IVK lA New Yjnr1 Ilvnolutliin Sundny Leone News 1roui Everywhere r rem SIX The Ilomr Good Ilcclpr The SrhilIx ok Ahead ly Prof lln inor- Tli Hoy bnil the Ijiml liy AV C Ilnncrj 1I11lor7IIjitnit HeporUI Ilevlew uf 1000 t PAOKIIIOIIT Kntern Kentucky Corrmpondenoe Starting oHclioal Ijtdl under Itevolutlonnry War 2jnuur army will not come unlers we or sombody believes they can come Let us havo faith Let us thank God for our bless- Ings and ask him for more The New Year is at hand Here is a place where we ought to stop and d some thinking We grow older right along God wants us to grow better as well What are our plans for im provement during 19077 Lot us believe that what has been done can be done What the moun taineers have done in educating their children we cando What tho people ot Swiss mountains have dono In road making we can do And do of oil other improvements And let us try to havoall the peo ple share In this progress Tho children of the most sorry families must be started on an upward path The first good resolution for the New Year IsI will make more of myself to the glory of God The next good resolution for the New Year IsI will be more helpful to my neighbor HOW TO GET STARTED Whet Now Students llnve to Do First find your room Young lad lea go directly to the Ladles halt and Inquire for this Robinson or Miss Welsh Young men go to the rear of the stone Library Building and soo Mr Cartmell It you have en gaged a room these officers will have It ready for you If not they will hel you to the best roam that is lertJt this time you make your Dollar De posit and got a receipt for it You will find Berea full of friendly peo pleAfter this you will wish to see the Dean of Women or the President for advice about which department to en ter etc and they will tako down your name and address and the ad dress of your parents Then you will see the man at the head of the de partment you wish to enter The school Is like an army but you will soon find your own regiment and company 11 This assigning officer IIIslgnIyou to the classes In which you can make most rapid progress Finally you will got a schedule which U a paper on which is written all your classes and appointments When you settle with tle Treasurer he signs this schedule and then you C I are 1 student cult led to all the priv ileges of the Institution You can draw books from the library you hav a spat in the Chapel you have a Ume when you can use the elegant bath room you are on the straight road to hspplness and honor and usefulness Every day you will learn something new Some things you will find dif ferent from5Vjint you expected Some you wlirWtHKB as well as you expelled and some you will like a great deal more When you have been hero a month you will wish you had come a year ago and by the time you have been here a term you will have more friends In Berea than you have any where else But you do not come mainly to bav a good time or even to make friends You come to get useful knowledge and to Improve your own mind Do not be too Impatient You cannot see much good In planting corn for the tint tow days You put in the corn and it grows under ground at first So with your education You cannot see all the benefit ot It the first day But after a little you will find that your head Is full ot new Ideas you understand things you never under stood before and long before tho first term is over you will be a changed personmore manly more womanly more selfpossessed with new pleas ures and higher thoughts and more power for usefulness Twenty years hence hundreds of people will be glad because they started to school NOW The Citizens Greeting to news Students HnppyNeuseful time of study in Berea In tho first few days many of you will feel homesick You will not be well settled perhaps every now nnd strange Tho old homo old friends are far away The andI ers want to help you to be but they are very busy Tho old students aro ready to make you feel at homo but they dont know you and many of them are busy nnd sometimes they forget how they felt when they first carne hero What shall you do f Tho best thing to do is to hunt up one or two other now homesick students and cheer them up Go out walking with themseo all the college buildings inside and out Go into tho beautiful new and then buckle down to librnryI got a splendidstart iu your We want to say n word about what The Citizen can do and wants to do to keep you from homesickness and drake your stay in Berea happy Tho Citizen is tho College Paper It tolls wha is going on among both teachers and students Quo column is called tho Students Journal In it you will find out what the literarysocieties the different classes the athletic teams and individual students are do ing On the last page you will find news from hundreds of mountain e Jf Ir oieOrbSOUOSOUOroioyoiorop 1oers A Happy New year Let us I o all make it so for the others 8 00000000000001 t homes probably from your home week by week The Citizen gives comments on the Sunday School lea son that you will have to study a week ahead It gives tho most im news of the world our justIyou your I Events clllBses and Rhetorical work aboutIThewo simply ask that you subscribe for it and give it a chance to do for you what it can and when tho year is over you jvill think it was worth ten times tho cost Prof and Mrs Dodgo returned Christmas morning from their trip to Nashville Tennessee Prof Dodge gave a lecture in the Howard Cong regational Church spoke to the stu dents in Fisk University and had some meetings with the twenty colo redstudents Berea College is keeping thereProf Joseph Dodge now a teacher iu tho public schools of East Stone Gap Virginia a grandnephew of our Prof Dodge was visiting here weekWord comes of the happy birth ofIa sonon October 5th to Mr and Mrs r Dean of Vershire Vermont Mrs Dean is well known to many Bereans as Miss Eloise Partridge teacher and extension workes hero a few years f ngo She would bo glad to hear fromIold friends I Zest for Christmas i I t rs- s If you have never tried the delightful appetizIng nutritious foodk5 Xmas arrives you will by that I time benefltted so much from its IIuse that your Xmas shopping J its attendant worries its many j t ciInI I becomes a pleasant duty and rft you will go thru it with a Sun S rtodaykinds of breakfast foods but SK the superior kinds only 1 Ge M GREEN j VAV Deliveries made to all parts the city Oj itt ltltltttltltl tlttatelait- co j t r I I 7- lLi 00000000000000- j BEREA PUBLISHING CO- g E ALBERT COOKPhD Manager 0 o 0IrrCQof SAr lbtopkr olllftO XI atteeond N 0daunau nwkr 0 000000800000000 III SPECIAL STUDENTS EDITION J BERBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUOKY JANUARY 1 1007 WINTER TERM EXTRA r 1 IDEAS fbright New Year and a sunny Tong an upward way t And a song of praise on looking back rWhen the year has passed away Now every soar the silts appear i New praise from our lips shall I sound j And goldrn sheaves nor small nor f few This Is my Now Years will for you WINTER TERM BEREA COLLEGE i OPENS WEDNESDAY f JANUARY SECOND 1907 if FROM THE WIDE WORLD tTho National Assembly of Ecuador South America en December 21th V lecled Oon Eloy AlfarO the poling IlYsiilont to ho permanent conntltu- tiouM president for four years Alfnro I received n largo majority of the votes t cast anti ills election is vory popular I On Docember 2Uh Governor Ma v soon signed tile order appointing n commission to revise tho laws of JCubu It Is reported that Ilaisiili a sort of roblwr chief In tlm country of Mar occo In Africa in arming bandy of d men nor the city of Tangier anil it f Is fenml that ho intends to attack tho forces of tho Sultan who rules Morroco James Bryce n uoUxl British statesman has been appointed inn bntwulor of England to the United States 110 in cloning up his business affnirH Hud Rotting ready to como to Wnuhinglou King LcoXld of Belgium lens given over his ownership and rule of tho BO called Congo 1reo Stale to tho Belgian government Tho paella incut of that nation accepted this netlon of the King on December It It IH now mho n for Belgium to nnaetx tho Congo State A constitution for tho Transvaal In South Africa which was conquered a fev years more by English sold lore was given to that country by England on December I2tli It goes U into feet immediately fft It in reported that tho Czar of Q Si Russia has of a bill giving rightstiJews there us well as in many other places have been fearfully op premod IN OUR OWN COUNTRY On December 21th Mayor Woodwar of Atlanta Go ordered all saloons of I the city closed from 4 oclock p m until Wednesday morning oa there were rumors that attacks would be nude on negroes oi Christmas day A race war is feared In MUslralppl Negroes have fllttd tho little town of Watuvlik and threaten vengeance on the white iHcausd a negro wac killed by a conductor while ho was trying to quiet a disturbance on his train Soldlon wore ou the way to Wabalak on Die 24th to protect tho white rvs ldent theme Joseph V Smllh hood of the Mor iimon Church some weeks ago confess he had disobeyed tho law in unlawful cohabitation with one of hit 1 wlHi Now ho has been ummonod as a director of tho Union Pacific R I to to answer charges of giving Illegal I fcl Mee Week before last there was al warm debate In tho U S Senate l regard to tho Mormon Senator ffnoot Senator Burrows of Michigan i poke representing a majority of the i piiwlo committee which recommends that Smoot be excluded from the Sen- ate1 Senator DuBols of Idaho chug ed President Uoosovell and the repub limn leaders with putting Party sue octe above national good In supporting Mormon candidates In Idaho Utah and Montana In tho last election COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY More gold ia being discovered in Estill county Some time ago it was found nt Wngersvillo and near Irvine and now within the last few weeks n p1mine has been located at Cobb r aR a result it is said of follow fog out Some clows found in some old papers loft byan Indian Much interest has been excited thru tho country by the story of Lindsay B Hicks n Kentuckian by birth who was imprisoned for about two weeks In a mino in Bakersfield Cal and after very hard experiences was finally rescued December 22 Hicks = Ir THE CITIZEN If 1907 is to be better than 1906 If the new year is to be a better for you than the oldone has been three things you must doand you can do themFirst you must believe in yourself You can do more than you think you can and more than you ever have before You were meant to be greater and better than 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 are a good deal worse than you think but they are also n good deal better than you think They are more ready to help you and 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 Thirdly you must believe in God Believe that He loves you and will do everything that is good for you if you are obedient to Him He knows what you need much better than you do and He has much finer grander plans for you this next year than you have for your self Believe in Him and let Him make you what He wants you to be and you will be sure to have a Happy New Year Ol TIIK UKVOMTION Voiitic IJidlm In llrrna CollpRr inrn who finish under Wnihlngtnn In the IteToliltloimry Wnr ulir lUiJUt jmwr I- Wanlltltphttt OVSTltlt HAY NYS- eplemberSlh 1600 Sly Drnr Ilr irotr- I wish you goal luck I wish nil goal fortune to Ilrren I lielleTa profoundly In tli loynlty of tIII mountain propl from niiionsr whom canto Aunihnin Lincoln ono of the two crmlrft Ainrrlrnn Irrililrnt Mrrrn Lollrpe has smile friends for these iiropln In tfie North and In the Itnut In jilnrct where they were hut little known and hut little iiniliTnlmxl I Irmly hrlleve that through Ihe Initrunientnllty of ediicntlonnl ln lllulloii such ni It rra College nil of Appnlnrldnutserlca will n lorelieiiM ofiinllonnl rigor nod riilrliitl lnnml oust the rie or IhU pnrt of our roiniunn country will been liuralculnhlii henedt to nil the Unltml State Ktncerely younTllllODOUi HOOSKVULT Dr Willlnm OoiMlelilro- tlrrrldent llerra College Mores Kentucky did some serious thinking while shut up iu tho walls of earth and granite and made up his mind to lot whiskey alone for tho rest of bis Ufo It might be well for u few more Ken tuckiaus to be shut in mines a while The Mountain Champion Roosevelt Believes in the Moun tain PeopleDo We Believe In OurselvesThoughtsfr Tho letter of President Iloosavelt which we print this week should Ellr the heart of every man woman and child In Eastern Kentucky Eastern Tennessee the western parts of tho two Virginias and tho two Oarollnas and the northern parts of Georgia and Alabwim We people of the mountains have been somewhat forgotten deeplsed and run over by our neighbors in tho richer parts of our states and Wo havo sometimes been either too proud or too taInt hearted to stand up for ourselves in the best way Put all that Is In tho past and can be for gotten nero Is the President of the United States showing hie confidence In us and In what can be made out of our children He reminds us that Abraham Lincoln was born In a Kentucky log 7 4I cabin lIe expects that through such education ns Is coming In retch of us through UereaCollcge all this moun tain region will become a storehouse of national vigor and patriotism This Is what Dr Pearsons of Chica go believes and he has shown his sincerity by his great gifts of money to Uoroa to help tho College help tho mountain boys and glrlr This Is what thousands of mountain parents and children have believed and by careful work and careful plan ning they have put over a thousand students a year Into Boron and now tho army of school teachers trained farmers Improved housekeepers hon est lawyers skilled doctors competent carpenter devoted preachers faith ful and sklllfu young persons for all callings In life that army is pouring forth from tho College to bless the wholo circle of Southern states Now are your folks going to got their share Do you bellove that you hnvo a child worth educating Do you young man believe that you could do greater things If you knew more Do you young lady know that you might be much more of a blessing to your homo and your friend If you had education Shall pride hinder us or faint hoartedncss turn us back And are wo going to have better roads hotter schools better churches better homes bettor laws and bettor peoplo in the mountains These things +eae acr o I Chief Contents of This Number ONEIdemFrom lice Wide World In Our Own Country- Commohwenlth of Kentucky Imlilent IliMMfiveUn Letter The MimhtnlnChnniiloii IAOK TWO Poem ASotiff of nimliieo 8erlnI The OrnfteriiPAOI TIIKKK Item mud Vicinity fnke N6lcf Ijiw nnitOnler Ivngun Cullrge lteu i IAGIJ FOUIt Com men U New Fo0 ball What Ih Onsl1VIfallringbyHr111111- Children Icpnrhnrntfitryof1n1unJon1tllE ANew Year Uennlutlon lfhoIINw hr- J i 1AOK SIX The Home Goml lt dIe The SchoolLook Alivadhy Irof Ilninorj The Hoy load the Ijind hy AV C 1lnner Eighth c lllttory StudenttAlounml melt Iirket Kr ort 1AGKSKVEN- Kevlew bi 1000 rnaErxmlT Eastern Kentucky Corre ioinlcnce Starting In School HIAt illTICUS wlionreilporrndniitixir College prove some sutra will not come uulers we or sombody believes they oan come Let us have faith Let us thank God for our bless- Ings and ask him for more The New Year is at hand Here is a place whore we ought to slop and d some thinking We grow older right along God wants us to grow better as well What are our plans for im provement during 1907 Lot us believe that what has been done can be done What the mountaineers have done in educating theIr children we can do What the people of Swiss mountains have done in road making we can do And Ito of all other improvements And let us try to have nil the peo ple share In this progress The children of the host sorry families must be started on an upward path The first good resolution for the New Year isI will make more of my self to the glory of God Tho next good resolution for the New Year IsI will he more helpful to my neighbor HOW TO GET STARTED What New Student have to Do First find your room Young lad lea go directly to the Ladles Hall and inquire for titles Robinson or Miss Welsh Young men go to the rear of tho slono Library Building and see Mr Cartmoll If you have en gaged a room these officers will have It Toady for you It not they will hel you to tho best room that is left At this time you make your Dollar Deposit and got a receipt for IU You will find Berea full of friendly peo ple After this you will wish to see the Dean of Women or tho President for advice about which department to en ter etc and they will tako down your name and address and the ad dress of your parents Then you will see the man at tho head of the department you wish to enter The school Is like an army but you will soon find your own regiment and company 1 1 This assigning officer or Dean as he is called wilt assign you 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 all your classes and appointments When you settle with tlo Treasurer he signs this schedule and then you y o oiob ooooooooo s The Citizen wishes its read m o a ers A Happy New year Let us go all make It so for the others 2 oooooooooooool ell tho priv student cutlUd to srilegea of the Institution You can draw books from the library you bar n soot in tho Chapel you have a time when you can use tho elegant bath room you are on the straight road to happiness and honor and usefulness Every day you will learn something new Some things you will find different frqnfiat you expected Some you wlWl lre H1 i as well as you ex nec4ed and some you will like ax great deal more When you have been hero a month you will wish you had come a year ago and by the time you have been here a term you will have more friends In Berea than you have anywhere else But you do not come mainly to bar a good time or even to make friends You como to get useful knowledge and to improve your own mind Do not be too Impatient You cannot see much good In planting corn for the first few days You put In the corn and it grows undr ground at first So with your education You cannot sea all the benefit of It the first day But after a little you will find that your head is full of new ideas you understand things you never under stood before and long before the first term is over you will be a changed personmore manly more womanly more selfpossessed with new pleas ures and higher thoughts and more power for usefulness Twenty years hence hundreds of people will be glad because they started to school NOW The Citizens Greeting to new Students Wo wish you nil a very Happy New Year and a very pleasant and useful time of study in Berea In tho first few days many of you will feel homesick You will not be well settled perhaps new nnd strange Tho old home old friends are far away The nndI ers want to help you to bo but they are very busy Tho old students are ready to make you feel at homo but they dont know you and many of thom are busy and sometimes they forget how they felt when they firot cano here What shall you do f Tho best thing to do is to hunt up one or two other now homesick students and cheer thpra up Go out walking with themseo all the college buildings inside and out Go into tho beautiful new nnd then bucklo down to libraryI get a splendid start iu your Wo want to say u word about what The Citizen can do and wants to do to keep you from homesickness and make your stay in Berea happy The Citizen ia the College Paper It tolls what is going on among both teachers and students Ono column is called tho Students Journal In it you will find out what tho literary societies tho different classes the athletic teams and individual students are doing On tho last page you will find news from hundreds of mountain l a rl = homes probably from your home week by week The Citizen gives comments on the Sunday School les son that you will have to study a week ahead It gives the most important news of the worldour I country and state of Kentucky just what you will need in your Current I Events classes and Rhetorical work There are many other things about I The Citizen whichmake it a paper you can not afford to do without So we simply ask that you subscribe for it and give it a chance to do for you what it can and when the year is over you jvill think it was worth ten times the cost Prof and Mrs Dodge returned Christmas morning from their trip I to Nashville Tennessee Prof Dodgo gave a lecture in the Howard Cong regational Church spoke to the stu dents in Fisk University and had v some meetings with tho twenty colo red students Berea College is keeping thereProf Joseph Dodge now a teacher i in the pnblio schools of East Stone Gap Virginia a grandnephow of I our Prof Dodge was visiting here weekWord comes of tho happy birth of i I a son on October 5th to Mr nnd Mrs Dean of Vershiro Vermont Mrs Dean is well known to many Bereans as Miss Eloise Partridge teacher and extension workes here a few years ago She would be glad to hear from old friends R Christmasv delightful appetizing nutritious K Btrength giving breakfast food jj K ZEST begin today and when 2 I Xmas arrives you will by that t Unto benefltted GO much from its l5 Suse that your Xmas shoppIng g its attendant worries IU many 3- jf forms of fatigue will disappear b and all thru what would be ft otherwise a disagreeable taskIbecomes II pleasant duty ft you will go thru It with a Sun J I ft ny Jim disposition Try ZEST today We have many other fr 5 kinds of breakfast foods but superior kinds only Ithe 5 G M GREEN a MAIN STREET flume No OS Deliveries made to oil parts I the city- itleAiiA1t7R1Nfhieie J aiglll iklt tIr eau- t A SONG OF GLADNESS Come Children of tb Heavenly 11nWith grateful hearts rejoice and ling Let us with one accord draw near A song of gladness all should hear Gods wondrous love through bygone rears Hath triumphed over doubts and fear piscordant notes have taken wing 4 tons of gladness we should sins Cods guiding hand hath led the way And turned our darkness Into day The foes of truth shall not destroy This song of gladness tells our joy Ooda loving Spirit hath been given That chains of sin might all be riven We thank Thee Lord with heart and yoleeWith of gladness we rejoice As In the years now passed away Bo lead Thy nock we humbly prar Till safe at last on farther shore W sing with gladness evermore John U Morse in N T Observer THE GRAFTERS 7J- fRANCI5 LYNDE fOatlTU UM by Tli BobbJUrrtll ow CHAPTER XXVILCoxTTSBED You dont understand David If you could be sure of a fairminded Judge and an unbiased jury you and those who are Implicated with you but you Il get neither in this machlne ridden state We are going to haTe both after you have filled your two columnsby- the way you are still saving those two columns for me arent youin tomorrow mornings Argus Or rather Im hoping there will be no need for either judge or jury Tho night editor shook his headpin and once more he said My heaven adding What could you possibly hope to accomplish 1 Youll get the receiver and his big boss out pi the state tor a few minutes or pos albly for a few hours If your strike makes them hunt up another railroad to return on But what will It amount tot Getting rid of the receiver doesnt annul the decree of the court Kent foil back on his secretive habit yet once again- I dont care to anticipate the cli max Hildreth By one oclock one of two things will have happened youll get a wire that will make your back hair sit up or Ill get one that will make me wish Id never been born Let 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 you aboul If the time doesnt ripen tonight Hildreth 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 isnt time for the people to rise and clean out this stable once for All By Jovel David Ive half a mum mind to do 1L If youd only unbut ton yourself a little and let me see what my backing is going to be- AU in good season laughed trent Your business for the pres ent moment is to write Im going down to the Union station What fort demanded the editor To see if our crazy engineer is still mistaking his orders properly Hold on a minute How did the enemy get wind of your plot so quickly You can tell me that cant ou1 Oh yes I told you Hawk was ono of the party In the private car He fell off at the yard limits station and came back to town The night editor stood up and con fronted his visitor David you are either the coolest plunger that ever drew breath or the bubbiggest fool I wouldnt be stand- Ing in your shoes tonight for two such railroads as the TW Kent laughed again and opened the doorI suppose not But you know there Is no accounting for the difference in tastes t feet as if 1 had 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 He went out into the hall but as Hildreth was closing the door be turned back There Is one other thing that I meant to say when you get your two columns of sensation youve got to be decent and share with the Associated press Im duddashed If I dol said Hit dreth fiercely Oh 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 affidavits In the oil scandal And It is of the last Importance to me that the facts shall be known tomorrow morning wherever the Associated has a wire Gq away I said the editor and uddont come back here till you can uncork yourself like a man and a CueChristian Co off I say It wanted but a few minutes of 11 when ICent mounted the stair to the dispatchers room in the Union sta tion lIe found MTosh sitting at Doaobnee elbow and the vo riders na the glasstopped table were crackling like overladen wires in an electric stormStrike talk said the trainmaster Every maa on both divisions wants to know whats doing Got your news paper string tied up all right Kent made a sign of assent We aro waiting for Mr Patrick Callahan Any news from him 1 Plenty of it Patsy would have a story to tell all right if he could 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 it Nothing fatal I guess since Patsy Is still humping along But Hawks next bUt was more to the purpose Ho came down hero with Halketts 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 BIcknolPd had the sand But he 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 The Overland people dont love us any too well and If they did the lease deal would make them side with Guil ford and the governor If Hawk asks them to lend him a train dispatcher for a few minutes theyll do it But the union Kent objected They have three or four nonunion menStill Hawk has no right to discharge you- BIcknell has Ho is Halketts representative and The door opened suddenly and Hawk danced In followed by a man bare u WIIAT IS THAT FOLLOWING USr ASKED BUCKS headed and in his shirtsleeves the superintedents 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 exdlstrlct attorney as if he were not He McTosb was willing to surrender tho office on an official or der in writing over the chief clerks signature But did BlcknelT fully un derstand what it might mean in loss of life and property to put a new man on tho wires at a moments notice Bicknell would have weakened again but Hawk was not to bo frus trated a second time Dont you see he is only sparring to gain timeT he snapped at BIcknell Then to MTosh Get out of here and do it qulckl And you can go too wheeling suddenly upon Kent Donohue had taken no part In the conflict of authority But now he threw down his pen and clicked his key to cut in with tho G S which claims the wire instantly Then dls tinctly and a word at a time so that the slowest operator on tho line could get it ha spelled out tho message All Agents Stop and hold all trains except first and second fast mall west bound MTosn fired and office in hands of police Stop hunt cried the shirtsleeved man lies giving it away on tho wireBut Donohue 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 now itll bo your own fault Arrest that man said Hawk to his policeman but Kent interposed Ifyou do the force will be two men shy tomorrow The Civic league Isnt dead yet And ho took down the numbers of the two officers There were no arrests made and when the ousted three were clear of the room and the building Kent asked an anxious question How near can they come to smash Ing us MTosht- That depends on Callahans nerve The night operators Donerall Scho field and Agua Callente are all Guil- ford appointees and whoa the now man explains the situation to thorn theyll do what they are told to do But Im thinking Patsy wont pull up for anything milder than a spiked switch Well they might throw a switch on him I wonder somebody hasnt done it before this The trainmaster shook his head If Tlseher is keeping close sp be hind that would jeopardize more lives than Callahans Dut there Is another thing that doesnt depend on ReePatsy or anybodys Whats thatr Water The run is 180 miles The 1010s tank is good for 100 with a train or a possible ICO light There is about one chance in a thousand that Callahan crownsheet wont got red hot and crumple up on him in tho last 20 miles Lets take a car and go down to yard limits We can sit in the office and hear what goes over the wires even If wo cant get a finger In to help Patsy out of his troubles They boarded a Twentieth avenue car accordingly but when they reached tho end of tho line which was just across the tracks from the junction In the lower yards they found the yard limits office and the shops sue rounded by a cordon of tnllltla 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 had just left Back to town ho said unless you two want to jump the mlfnlght Overland as it goes out and get away while you can If Callahan Calla CHAPTER XXVIII TUB RELENTLESS WHEELS But Engineer Callahan had no notion of falling When he had drawn the hammer on his superior officer ad vising discretion and a seat an Jimmy Shovels box the 1010 was racking out over the switches in the Western di vision yards Three minutes later the electric beam of Tischers following headlight sought and found the first 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 moro than a scant quarter of a mile apart and the operator tried to flag the second lee tion down as reported This did not happen again until several stations had been passed and Callahan set his jaw and gave the 1010 more throttle But at Losing a town of 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 and 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 He bad maintained a dazed silence since the episode of the flour ished hammer but now he was moved to yell across the cab I suppose you know what youre In for If you live to grt out of this Its 20 years In this state to pass a danger signal This was not all the superintendent said there were forewords and Interjections emphatic but unprintableCallahans reply was another flour ish of the hammer and a sudden out pulling of the throttlebnr 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 Halkett clutching for handholds and tho Injector lever fell within his grasp What ho did not know about the working parts ot modern locomo tlve was rery considerable but ho did know that an Injector half opened will waste water aa fast as an Inch pipe will discharge it And without water the Irishman would have to stopCallahan heard the chuckling of the wasting boiler feel before he had gone n mile beyond the curve It was a discovery to excuse bad language but his protest was lamblike No more av that if ye plaza MIs ther Halkett or me an Jimmy Shovelll have toLiaS would yoz nowBefore his promotion to tho super tendency Halkett 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 ing 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 win him over the cdal an well put him back In the car where he be longs Now thin Halkett had to go and be went not altogether unwillingly And when it came to Jumping across from tho rear end of the tender to the forward vestibule of the Naughtseven or being chunked across he jumped Now It chanced that the governor mud 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 his late tussle with the two engine men was the first intimation of wronggoing that had penetrated to the inner sanctum of the private car Whats that you say Mr Halkett on tho western division 1 Where abouts demanded the governor Between Losslng and Skipjack sid legif we havent passed the siding In tho last two or three minutes Ive been too busy to notice was the reply And you say you were on the engine Why the devil dldat you call your man 4awnt I knocked him down gritted the superintendent savagely ana Id have beat his face In for him if there hadnt been two of them Its a rIot of come kind and Callahan knows what be 1s about Ha k84 me hold up with A hammer till just a tw minute age and bs running past stopsignals and- over rd lights like a madman I Ducks and Guilford exchanged coa vlctlons by the road of the eye and the governor said This Is pretty serious Major Have you anything to suggest And wWi out waiting for a reply ho turned upoa Halkett Where Is Mr Hawk I dont know I supposed he w- In hero with you Or maybe hes out on tho rear platform The three of them went to the rely passing the private secretary comfortably asleep in his wicker chair Whtn they stepped out upon the recessed observation platform they found it emptylie must have suspected something and dropped off in the yard or at the shops said Halkott Apd at the say Ing 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 Tlschers headlight swung Into view half blind lug them with Its glare What Is that following us1 asked BucksIts the fast mall said Halkett Guilford turned livid and caught at the handrail Sssayare you sure of that he gaspedOf course it was an hour and U minutes late and we aro on its time Then we cant stop unless somebody throws us on a sidingS quavered the receiver who had a small spirit In a large body I told MTosh 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 what you get for your infernal meddling I snapped Halkett la catastrophic moments many barrier go down deference to superior officers among the earliest But the master spirit of the junto was still cool and collected ITo Be Continued Ileilerm Your Im Failure You may say that you have failed too often that there is no use 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 is no failure for a man whose spirit is un conquered No matter how lato the hour or how many and repeated his failures success Is still possible The evolution of Scrooge the miser in the closing years of his life from A hard narrow heartless moneygrubber whose soul was Imprisoned In his shin- Ing heap of hoarded gold to a generous genial lover of his kind Is no mere myth of Dickens brain Time and again In the history of our dally lives chronicled In our newspapers re corded In biographies or exhibited bey tore our eyes wo see men and women redeeming past failures rising up out of the stupor of discouragement and boldly turning face forward once more 0 S Mardcn in Success Magazine Bcrvnul Turned the Table A story Is told of a high AngloIn dian officer who wag in the habit of soundly thrashing his servants whoa thy displeased him One day he ordered a servant to go ta a summer house In tbo compound tad wait tot him tbtrc Presently turning rA with a heavy horsewhip ho thus addlrascd thooffenderNow scoundrel fro got yw In n place whero no one can hear and Ill thrash you within an inch of your lifeThe servant though a man of power ful physique squirmed native like Sab you sure no one can hoar Yes you scoundrel Ive brought you here on purpose Then sah I think I thrash yon And he did It so thoroughly that his master was not visible for a week Scotsman The Quiet rife Rev Silas C Swallow In a rectal address in an Indiana church praised the quiet and domestic type of life Give me he said the evening spent at home evenings around the bright fire tho father and mother absorbed in good books the children absorbed in Innocent games That is tho typical American evening and t- em glad It is so common in the west In the cast I am sorry to say it becomes moro raro 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 Mesa Man I think old Kroezus has the queerest way of teasing his wife I ever heard- of I thought he was fond of ber- ne is but he likes to get a joke oft her You know she Is sensitive about her age Well he baa let everybody know that when they were married he gave her a magnificent necklace of diamonds each diamond representing a year of her age and be adds one to the string every time she has a birth day Imagine how the poor woman is torn between her desire to display the 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changed to the Berea l m Bank and Trust Company At tho same time the amount of the surplus will be mI increased to 10000 t The Berea Bank and Trust Company will carry on a general banking business receive deposits make collections and loan money on personal or mortgage security J m and in addition will be qualified to act as executor of estates will be authorized mr to receive and administer trust funds and will also be qualified to act as guardian 7 snd administrator m1 Since its organization a little over five years ago it has been the constant aim 1 of the Beroa Banking Company to serva the people of Berea and vicinity faithfully W and well and to extend to its customers at all times every privilege consistent with safe banking methods The steady growth of our business shows that our efforts in a this direction have been m appreoiatedmThe same liberal Capital twice as large as before with a surplus of 10000 and with a Board of Di si rectors composed of responsible men of clear judgment ripe experience and keen SJ business insight the Berea Bank andTrust Company will be in position to give to themt people of Borea and vicinity the very best banking accommodations B W Courtesy Liberty and Safety are guaranteed every customer of the Berea Bank W and Trust Company 8 mmJ E JOHNSON Farmer C H BURDETTE Contractor P CORNELIUS Physician J W DINSMORE TeacherVH PORTER Cashiere m IIoo- eoeoeooeoeoeoeoooeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoo 0 I Berea and Vicinity I ao o o 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0 o r i0000oeo0000001TAKE Thoro will bo watchnight in tho collogo ctmpal next Monday IS night rrtaidonl frost nUll Dr o Thomson will preach t Klon Jooksam spent last Suna t Hlohmond iii lflJoIIss Douglas of Wellington Ohio visiting her sister lIeli hazel and her aunt Miss Alleo e t Douglas John Jackson la visiting friends and- y relatives at Bptodwall this week Mrs Dora Dakar Is visiting her mother on Dpot street Mrs Molllo Farmer and Nina King made a business trip up to Richmond last Saturday nflornoonIMr GeorGo town Va a graduate of tho chase 1901 Is spending the holidays with hisl friends here John Qabbard was In Richmond on Saturdaya Mr Ralph Osborne who has been attending school at WhoaUm College I 111 Is home for the holidays 1Alias Hilda Wolch who has been nt Ilagerman School ut Lexing- tonI Ky came homo Thursday for the holidays 11hllllp Hayes and daughter Lucy t and Howard Harrison aro vjsltlng rel atives In Lexington and Parts There will bo a box supper nt Pilot Knob Church House Jan 2 The pro theIMiss Ruth 1C Todd Is spending the holidays with her mother Mrs A E I ToddMrs Molllo Coddlngton nnd eon Harry are visiting relatives here Mrs Coddlngton will mao quite an extend willIi Mr Wesley Frcst n senior In Ober lln College and manager of the Col lege paper there is home for the bole idays I NEWS ITEMS for Beroa nnd Vicinity should bo in of tho editor by Tuesday i 1morning early If possible Very Im portant items may be Inserted as late as Wednesday morning Wo shall bo glad to have any items of news hand ed In by our subscribers For Sale Fiftynino acres of land throe milO from Boron close to tho Boron and Kingston Pike near tho school house For further particulars apply to Richard Kimbroll 1- S 1fJ Y J + 9a enae oooooooeoooeooo IMrs James M Early and son Dur of Indiana Pa arrived hero on Friday to spend the winter with her ulster Mrs Margaret Golden Mr L 1C Patin of Dtnnlcon 0 spent Saturday and Sunday In Beret With his brother Ralph Prof Ruiaold la spending his boll day vacation at his homo In Kanaaa uMlw Robinson left Saturday moroln for Boston where she will spend hor vacation with her aunt usury Langfcllner and Miss Nan nlo Click were married at tho home of the bride on last Saturday evening at 030 oclock The ceremony was performed by Prof Rilno The social given for tho students at Ladles Hall by Misses Moore an I Specr on lost Friday evening was 01 Ireal SUCCCBS A largo number was present and all had a fine time Mr Gamble was kept away from his office Tuesday on acoount of Illness llles Louise Frey of Llnnle Ky will return to Berea for tho winter term Mhw Lillian Ambrose who taught In the tall will ta in school again this winter Tutor May Is spending tho vacation In Nfcrgan county MID Virginia fleece who la attend tug tho conservatory of Music at Cin cinnati is visiting her sisters and brothers during tho holidays Miss Anna Malden of Cincinnati is visiting her sister Grace leer ninny friends arc glad to BCO her in Beroa again Mrs B E Cartnicll 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 DuCYru8u Miss Oimeron Is visiting relatives In Ohio Miss Hcndricks Is spending her vacation at home In Woodstock III Farms for Sale Fiflyacro farms in Mississippi goodlandPrice 1500 to 2000 according to Improvements Five years time no interest Supplies for first year to experienced farmers who can offer good referenced For particulars address Southern Commercial Co Natchez Miss r rt I Annual Meeting oftlin rAW and Order Lengne The stormy weather loaf Friday night prevented a largo gathering at the annual meeting of the Derco Law and Order League Jmt tho meeting was of deep Interest Tho Ariel Quartet stag a selection at the opening of the meeting and was heartily applauded The president presented a report of I tho years work setting forth tho con dition In urea eighteen months ago telling of the movement which resulted In the organization of tho Law and Order League tho work done dur tag the past your and Its effect The treasurer Mr C F Coyle presented his report showing money in hand to pay all bills and good pledges to quit an amount on which tho last assessment has been paid thus enabling the League to start on the new year with a balance In treasury The report wa unanimously accepted Mr E 0 Seal then poke of the changed condition of the town his statements being bas ed on his own observations supple mented by Inquiries which he had made Prof Edwards told of the evl dent effect on the student body by the work of the League in clearing the town The election of officers for tho coming year was then taken up resulting as follows President Rv A E Thomson Vice President Rov C Van Winkle Secretary Mr E C Scsalo Treasurer Mr George Dick Mcmbes of the Ex ecutive Committee to serve with the president and secretary T J Os borne W II Porter Dr P Cornelius Rev C Van Winkle W D Logsdon ForCoughs and Colds There is a remedy over sixty years old Aycrs Cherry Pectoral Of course you have heard of improbably have used it Once in the family it stays the one household remedy for coughs and hard colds on the chest Askyour doctor aboutlf I have had ullmanl three time and ughttnenteltthrough IMJrf4ffnIolnl liHid J OAyr0oLowell HutAlto u anus otunr of Ifiljers IPI 01the f a fog if2it aIe j therIiso e but that having a good amount pledged and ready for use will greatly al in keeping good order In Dar Plodg es to tho amount of 355Jb were re ceived on the spot and tho Executive Committee was authorized to canvass the town It Is hoped that those who pledged last year will renew the pledges for the coming year and the many new names will be added to the list Since tho meeting the College has promised to add ono tenth tho total amount of Individual pledges Accident nt Frrrlitown Last Week Friday evening about 2 oclock two sons of Sauny Maupln wero stUng by the tiro at home wlt their guns They had been out hunt Ing and were getting ready to hunt some more The older son had a re panting gun and thinking that the magazine was empty was oiling tho gun Ona charge remained however and went off tho bullet entering Maples leg above tho knee Dr Bert Cornelius was called and dressed the wound but Maple could not from the Injury and died Saturday ov enlng about half past three and we burled on Sunda- yInstructions to Correspondents 1 Write with pen and ink not with pencil 2 Write very plainly nnd take special care in writing the names of people and places to write plainly to spell correctly and begin such names with capital letters Begin names of months and days with capital 3 Do not number the Items ot your news 1 2 3 etc as those paragraphs are numbered 4 Read over tho news you have se in before you send it and again when published in the paper and see how the spelling wording punctuation an arrangement of sentences has Leon changed by the editor and make your news more like it next time so tho editor will have lose correcting to do- C Write out the names of months and days of the week and other word In full just as they should bo printed Do not abbreviate them 6 It you receive a copy of these in structions with some paragraph Specially marked with a pencil pa special attention to tho instructions marked 7 When it is plain who tho perso is without the title Mr or Miss omit these titles Mrs should no bo omitted 8 Begin the first word In every sen tenco with a capital Do not begin words in tho middle of a sentence with capitals unless they ought t have capitals according to rule L 9 In writing numbers spell the out such as two six instead o 2 Go unless you are writing a sum of money or a date Dates should be written like this the 2Cth of July or July 2G and money with the usual signs as 16000 4 t 1ot I I THE SCOTCH NEW YEAR Some Quaint Old Customs Still strictly Adhered To New Years Is most enthusiastically observed by the canny Scot In his na tive land In the homes of tho poorer classes tho best of good cheer Is spread his dearest friends aro Invited and whatever else may grace his table the plum pudding surrounded with mountain heathor and the Inevitable haggle is there nnd If possible a small keg of real mountain dew Is placed con spicuously In tho center of the table A bunch of mistletoe Is not far off and no guests are permitted to leave their seats until tho keg has been emptied of Its contents customs strongly savoring t f paganism without doubt and handed down from heathen ancestors who were nevertheless In their own time and way good men and true It Is a custom on Now Years day among many of the country squires and wealthy farmers In tho norUi of Scotland to organize hunting parties On such outings the plum pudding is Included in thQ bill of fare Instead however of having tho pudding mado before starting out It Is customary to take tho Ingredients along mix them and boll In a pot slung over a log fire at tho camping grouud A custom which Is generally observ ed by tho working classes Is what is called first footing At all hours of the early morning of tho first day of the new year an effort is made to be first to call on their friends at their homes The ono who is lucky enough to be the first caller on his friend Is invited to partake of short bread cake and a nip o whisky after the usual handshake and a braw New Year It Is no uncommon thing to see a fam ily of five or six leave tholr country homo about 10 oclock at night and walk three or four miles In a snow storm In order to first foot their relatives or friends living In the city The birth of the new year Is an flounced In tho towns and cities by tho striking of the local town hall clock on tho hour of 12 and followed by tho ringing of the church bulls Long before the approach of 12 oclock great crowds of people surround tbo city hall and eagerly watch tho big hand of tho clock as It approaches tho last hour of tile old year Every one in the big crowd has a bottle of como description I In his possession Immediately tho big hand of the clock parks the first- stroke of 12 every bottle Is thrown simultaneously against the walls of the hall followed by a tremendous crash This Is an ancient custom but it Is now out It Is still practiced however every New Year I eve against the old gray walls of the Tron church In Edlnburgh the capital t Philadelphia Ledger Pnatlnir and Prayer at Thermopylae Fasting and praying on Now Years day as n period of mourning are not common observances but for many years after the Turkish conquest of Greece patriotic Greeks gathered in fordeamo spirit the Servlans and other Christians in western Turkey held Now Year prayer service on the field of Cossova famous for two great de teats of Christian armies by tho Turks But the Turks too had their Fortyears Lepanto the muezzins from the mosque towers when on New Years day call Sag the faithful to prayer added Re member tho souls of those who died at Lcpanto an appropriate addition for even the Turkish historians dated tho decline of tho empire from the famous victory won by Don John London Dally Mall bAn Old Mold Party A well known Now York society girl celebrated last New Years with a charming old maids party Her girl guests were all arrayed In the appro prlato spinster costume with mittens caps and In several Instances with spectacles also Tho effect produced was very odd Indeed tho fresh pnd laughing young faces seeming decidedly out of keeping with such surround indeedeall the eatables that could bo so taw- s toned wero served In the shapes of parrots cats and dogs Each guest had a separate teapot to herself In which she brewed the tea to her own fashsYears party they had over had Now York American Fourteen Thousand Years at Ten Fourteen thousand years at tea strikes ono as being remarkable oven for a New Years party yet at Scarborough England on the 1st of Janu cry last there was such an assembly in tho Aquarium of that town For up- I marl of a dozen years It has been tits custom of the mayor to entertain a number of tho poorest old ladles ot Scarborough at tea on New Years day Last January the number was 200 each of tbo guests being sixty years of ago or upward Tho total ages of the venerable guests reached nearly 14000 years or 13057 to be precise This yielded the remarkable average of almost seventy years Loii don Tlt Bite f8uuhluo Com In1 Dran Dr New Tents now Is on de way 11Heaps of fun before us day done pass away chorusf why DorMl be plenty mo to try tilt a good onoby an by Honey jlno de chorus Maybe storm toads in de sky 0Ilang athreatenln oer us comln by an by Honey jlne cSe chorus lonlttstrong Some time short nn same time long Honey jlae de chorus Atlanta Constitution i diw lo tS 12 I E 1 j An Boat Race i 0 1 Iftiemaiioftal INCEtho men of a British war vessel to a rowing race It Is not uncommon for such contests to be arranged between ships of the Bal c navy but an Inter t national struggle of the tort Is unusual enough to arouse great enthusiasm In this case tho tact that the raco was toIbe tho beginning of tho days festivi 1 ties made It an event of prime Im portanceAs customary the challengers se lected their boatmen and asked per mission from tho Philadelphias captain to visit the British cruiser Lowering their boat an eight oared ono tho deleIgates then rowed straight toward thoI TOEI SILENTLY LIFTED THEIH OARS foreigner When they came alongsideIthey silently lifted their oars until the blades pointed skyward In nautical language that meant Have you got tho nerve to match your skill and strength against ours1 The answer was signaled affirmatively and the challengers rowed back After that the arrangements for the details of the race were left to tho of ficers of the respective vessels It Is an Interesting fact that tho sailors In a situation of tills kind have Implicit faith that their superiors will do the right thing They are even willing to trust In tho officers of the rival cruiser Tho Americans of the Philadelphia for Instance were willing for tho British officers to umpire or mako tho rules and tho Britishers were equally trust ful of the Philadelphias officers It Is always so and If a sailor Is making a wager on the contest he does not hesi tate to leave his money with a lieuten ant or ensign of the hostile vessel Over this raco there was plenty of betting The men put up all their accumulated pay and tho younger officers risked most of theirs Jim gam bung In tact came first In tho prep station and not until tho money had been up did the men begin to con for ovrthe rules the distance and the sort of boat to bo used When they had decided to raco over a three mile straightaway course It was discovered that the Philadelphias small boats wero of different measure meats from thoso of the Britisher Consequently ono crew or tho othertmust use a craft belonging to tho opposing vessel Tho Americans made r propositionWell take your cholco of all I our boats commltteotThis was accepted A came over to tho Philadelphia and made a choice Tho Britishers chose e the worst boa on board I The outcome was an overwhelming defeat for the Britons and for a week thereafter tho port was In tho bands of tho Yankee tars spending their 111 gotten English gold New York Times The Promise of the New Year Tim best promise of tho new year Is a more perfect realization of the organic unity of humanity I hopo t that men are slowly learning that no t man liveth unto himself that we aro members of one another For some centuries we have been moving tramIstatus to contract and society reaped largo gains from the caftan t chisement of the Individual Let us hope that the movement now In progress I IB from contract to fraternity and t that the enlarged powers of each will bo employed with more and more of conscious purpose for the good of all Dev Washington Gladden r Welsh Mooniblne In many parts of Wales to see ones shadow In the moonlight upon New Years eve Is believed to be Ian Infalli ble sign that tho person seeing It will dlo before the expiration of tho coming now year and there Is also a 1 superstition that It an unmarried an should see her face reflected womIter on Now Years eve It Is blo sign that shols destined tg live t and die In a state of single blessed ness January Proverbs Many old proverbs exist regarding F this season of the year Among them are r If the grass grows InJonuary It STOWS the worse for all A Janilary spring Is worth nothIngIUn4er water dearth under snow bread March In January January In ilarcn If January calends be lummorly ray Twill be January weather till calends of May f Dye J CGU I E1 It i 1 II The Citizen A rII newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting o rublUhfd every Thursday at Uerct Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO K Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mfr Subscription Ratos PAYABLE IN ADVANCE she Year i Ix Months 60 Tkree Months 33 Send money Toiloffice or express Money OrdertDtaft Registered Letter or one and two The date aftei ollr name on label shows to what date your subscription l paid If It is not hanged within three weeks after renewal Mtlfy U- IllIIlng numbers wilt be gladly supplied K wt ere noticed Icautlfut pictures given as pretnluias to all sew subscribers terms to who obtains new fourtsrlA4rcrtUlng rates on application v JQueen Alexandra who was born Iq 1844 is not only a good but a bravo queen Sho still celebrates her birth day According to Walter Wellman the only way to reach tho polo Is by bal loon Either that or by wry of tho magazine This lathe limo of year when the rabbit doesnt know whether the mor TOWS sun will rlso upon him as Bunny or Hassenpiffer unfortunately science produces no evidence tending to show whether Niagara Falls was put on earth for business or pleasure Sir Thomas Lipton makes a hand come defense of American hotels But Sir Thomas was a favored guest when be stopped in them By putting up tho earth as a stake for one to win and having the millions of men compete opportunity would still bo equal If not reasonable The Harvard professor of interna tional law who becomes Grand Vizier to tho ruler of Slam will develop Into a literal power behind the throno I In attempting to shoot a man the other day a New York woman wound ed two Innocent bystandersat least they claimed that they were innocent In these days of piping prosperity oven a poor man lives high unless ho has been quoted a lino of produce prices not accesslblo to tho general public Tho horse enjoys a certain ad vantage In the fact that the automobile accident is more spectacular and therefore more talked about than tho ordinary runaway A Chicago woman wants a dlvorco because her husband prefers listening to a phonograph rather than her conversation 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 society butterfly evidently intends that there shall be no mistaking the mean Ing of his specifications A magazine asks What Implement can equal tho 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 that a prize performing flea which escaped from one of the theaters of tho city had been captured Thereby have been removed the apprehensions of those who witnessed Its last ex hibition The shah of bas Just bo stowed upon an American piano man ufacturer the brilliant decoration of the Order of the Lion and the Sun Some time ago the sultan of Turkey gavo tho same gentleman a decoration of similar character There seems to be no doubt of the power of American piano music to soothe the Mohamme dan breast Owing to considerable distress pre vailing In many agricultural districts writes Consul Oeaeral B H Ridgely of Barcelona the purchasing power of the Spanish peasants has been greatly curtailed In former years a large trade was done throughout Spain In bleached linen and linen yarns Nq 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 tho greater coat of linen which has placed It among the list of luxuries this once Important branch of trade bad dwindled down to an In significant figure Public opinion In England has killed the soap combination says the Phila dolphin Ledger Notwithstanding the workings of the Irresistible economic law of combination the protests of the trade and t f the public have been eo posltlfo and so emphatic that the power of 00000000 capital was im potent to stand up against them The refusal of tho retailers to sell and of tho public to buy a product however meritorious which bore the trust taint was too much for tho promoters and they have announced that they have found their plan of economic combination unworkable and that it has been terminated The census bureau has Just pub lished figurer showing how rich the country was two years ago but remarks the Washington Times most of us have spent what we bad then IDIJr Urn 1JTnntballiRulrli Are 32tfi SnUrlS By GEORGE L MEYLAN Director Gymnasium Columbia College I ITII the approaching end of the first season under the new footballrules the question is asked oa all sides iras the number of injuries been decreased Tho coaches mid medical attendants of a number of the leading teams in eastern col logos ore unanimous in answering this question in the affirma tine At Harvard Uio number of injuries has been much small cr than last ycnr The report from Amherst says Not a man has been injured sufficiently to tako him out of the game except Crook who has a bad knee that often goes back on him when walking Cornell has a van small list of accidents The report for this year gives ono dislocated elbow slight several broken noses two or three strained shoulders two cased of water on the kneo and half a dozen sprained ankles Title list of injuries is slightly smaller than last year At the University of Pennsylvania the number of injuries was markedly less this year than in 1905 when a large proportion of tho players were on the hospital list during tho greater part of the season Another striking proof that the new football is far less dangerous than last year is the decrease in the number of delays caused by injury to 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 game time was called three times to allow some player to recover his wind attar a hard tackle but there was not a single player taken out on account of injury Tho number of deaths attributed directly or indirectly to football in 1905 was 19 but thus far only eight fatalities have been reported in 190G It appears therefore that the popular demand for a less dangerous gamo of football has been met in a largo measure by tho rules commit ten Tho improvement has been secured mainly by three changes in rules First the tenyard rule which makes mass plays less profitable i second tho forward pass which encourages open play and third the more severe penalties for brutality and unnecessary roughness 11at tIlt nn lIift 1Bringi By DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS rite first gift that a wife brings to tho house is tho grit of con tentment Her niar means that sho has her hus house his his income and his position No one her leave her fathoms house Of her own free will sho crossed the threshold with her husband anti knoll 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 or opportunity are treason Others may criticifo his modest salary ho may himself robcl against his environment but n good wife never Another gift that a wife brings to the house is order that lends beauty to every room What unity is to tho pioture that order is to the house As a sphere what the factory tho shop or the store is to the hus band the house is to thowife No merchant butunderstands that in the storo everything must be in its place How scrupulously the books must be kept I With what accuracy each task must be fulfilled 1 Nothing must be slighted or overlooked Every woman owes it to her husband to bring economy into tho house And by this I do not mean that a man has n right to expect a woman to make bread without flour make clothes without cloth or pay bills without Socrates did thattl1tI the result was Xantippc It is a sin for a young woman to study French and German and music SIlO can bake better bread pies and cake titan any cook that her husbands can hire A girl has no more right to expect to learn how to run a house after she is married than her husband has to learn how to run a business and find a place after ho is married A man must be a at some business ho asks a to marry him and a woman ought to be the absolute master of every detail of a house she has n right to marry a man GaTher up the fragment That is the law of tho household Blessed is the woman who has faculty Then if disaster overwhelm her house and death removes her husband she holds in her a score of ways by which she can conserve the sweets of that honey hive she calls her home I WIlt lIig uiu u1 1arhf a rtagro By PROF ROGER COEJI 1IAMPSON BeUlum good riago fully accepted bands place made good great money unless money young master before woman before resources Let girls marry at 18 and boys at 20 and time world will be relieved of somo of its gravest prob lems The great trouble is that men andwomen marry too late in life Let us urge them to marry earlier Tho time has come for parents to realize they have 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 ho may some time have charge of other peoples moneyIBut ri question more vital still is that of sex There isa tendency among parents nowadays to assume an unwise timidity in speaking of such matters If Instead of being timid and obscure in their advice parents would be quite frank it would prevent much evil from which tho world now suffers To many girls the real meaningof marriage is a sealed book and this is largely the fault of their mothers From whom can they better look for advice than from their mothers Yet tho latter often remain ailent because of a want of courage to speak plainly- I say to mothers give your daughters the benefit of your own wiadojn and when they become womeii they Vill not havo to accept that servile and ornamental place which men arc wont to assign to thorn Society is full of misery duo to the blunders of parents in failing to speakout How much of the cvi in our great cities comes from this it would be dismal to contemplate As a young man I say to fathers Sp vik to your sons and remember that the best education a father con Eire is in the example of your own life 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 Now York Dec 22That President Roaovolt took charge of tho funeral of Mrs Lulu Grover who committed sui cldo two weeks ago after making n will leaving him nil her property Is Indicated by facts unearthed by local detectives Persons have been found to whom Mrs Grover told a story of having known President Roosevelt when liens a youth on a ranch In Dakota and of meeting him In this city when ho rose to prominence In subsequent yearsArrangements for the funeral of Mrs Grover wore made by United States District Attorney Stlmson and secret lorvlco operatives Tho secret sore Ice men also seized all of Mrs Qro vers letters and papers and other possessions nail took them away from the house In which sho killed herself The only mourners at tho funeral outside of tho undertaker and his daughter were Mrs lllchard II Connor and Secret Service Operative Tate The body was cremated and Tato took chargo of tho ashes Met When Both Were Young Mrs Connor was Mrs Growers closest friend and know moro of her history than any other person She BaldI knew Mrs Orover for about two years before she killed herself Ws came to know oach other through our common love of cats and gool hooks Little by llttlo I came to know the facts of her life Sho first met the president on her fathers ranch Her maiden name was Smith Mr Smith had a ranch in North Dakota near Madoro President Roosevelt then a young men stopped on tho ranch and Mrs Grovor then a girl admired him greatlyWhether or not thoro was any return of what In Mrs Grover afterward became affegtkm t was never able to find out but I think not Mrs Grover herself never lost her feeling fat the president Her rooms wore full of pic tures and photographs of him and she had every book ho had evar written in fact ovary one of hla messages as president and every scrap of print that over boro his name Sho was a woman who had hand som5 diamonds and some money She had enough money to live on and when she died sho bad tOO In tko bank Before she died she sent a let ter to the president and In that lettoi sho told him she hod Icty him nil her properlywWe wore in her rooms the day otter her death trying to find her low airy when suddenly two mon entered They said they were secret service mono Thoy wont straight to tho fireplace and opening It took from It Mrs Grovera jewels which wo had boon unablo to find- NEGRO SHOOTS MACKLIN Captain To Be CourtMartlaled Under Roosevelts Order Wounded El Reno Okla nee 22Capt Ed gar A Macklln of Company C 25th United States Infantry was shot twice and dangerously wounded by a nogro and the belief Is expressed hero that It was ono of tho members of tho troop discharged by President Roosevelt for participating In tho Brownsville riots On December 14 mho secretary of war upon recommendation of the gen eral staff ordered tho trial by court martial of Capt Macklin for conduct to the prejudice of good order and die cipline In falling to exercise due dUo igence In preventing the occurrence of rioting at Drownsvlllo last August Army Looks For Jap Spies Columbus 0 Dec 22 Officers of tho regular army hero are on the 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 be hauled before tho commander when found Inside the guard lines Accord Ing to reports current there Is BUS plclon that tho Japanese may be en deavoring trough a force of spies to ascertain such facts as might be of value to the mikados army Tillman Stand By Foraker Marion 0 Dec 22 Considering his many scathing attacks on the col ored race a statement made by Sena tor Tlllman regarding the Urownsvillo Effalr fecerai paradoxical lie approved Senator Forakers latest speech on the subject Foraker and I nro of the same opinion ho said I dont boo lieve tho president can punish an In nocent man whether white or black Ho overstepped the law In discharging the negro troops and has gone outside thd constitution before Acceptable To Roosveelt Washington Dec 22ln reply to inquiries by tho British government President jtoosevclt has Indicated that the appointment James Brycu to be British ambassador to the United States will ho entirely acceptable to this government Pest dtamped Out Havana flee 22For the first tlmo since last August Cuba Is now free from ycllww fever tho last case having been discharged This time last year there were twelve cages In tuft leland U I The Story of U Injun Joe I Boys have you heard about the row boy in town asked Philip Ray noctlng his classmates on the way to ho baseball grounds No who Is hot asked four voices at onco Mrs Cary has brought her nephew to stay with her a year explained Philip lies a halfbreed Indian and I wish you could see him Lana hair blah cheek boncs and all that and ho wears some sort of a rigging under hU coat that looks like a buckskin all embroidered I toll you hos a gay ono Boys said Mrs Cary coming up lust then this Is my nephew Joe Fi odcrlck I hope ytu all will be good friends with him The boys stared but none of them offered to shako luads and Mrs Cary went on 3vlth Joe aa none naked him to go to the ball game Looks like a surly follow said one Ho must bo 1C Xo only 13 said Philip If sho expects us to take that longhaired tnjiin Into all our games shell be ills ippolntcd Go nJun Joe as the boys called him had a lonely tlmo of It all that winter loots go fishing proposed John Gray ono dVIn early spring I be I Take He Said at He Draught Up Philip and Struggling t Hove tho fish would bite at tho deep hole HJt there Isnt Injun Joo In our flab Ing placHeald Philip as they neared tho deep bolo whore generations of boys had angled for catfish porch and cropploa I call that cheek Ill toll him to move on said John and If ho refuses well throw him In Wo can cross on this log Juat as three of tho lads wore on the old log It gavo way and threw them Into tho stream swollen with tho spring freshets Tho other boys stood as If paralyzed but Injun Joo dropped tho polo and ran lightly to tho placo whoro tho boys had gone down throwing off his clothes as ho went Take ho said briefly as ho brought up Philip palo and strug gling and started back for the others John helped his friend to tho bank where he stood with chattering teeth watching tho bravo Indian boy take Ralph by the hair and start for the bank Ned by keeping his wits About him was able to scramble out alone and In a very few minutes three shivering boys were trying to stammer out thanks tn the boy they had treat cd so shabbily Run said Joe the exam plo himself by hurrying as fast as pos sible to the nearest farm house Tko coldloos going to have a place on tho baseball team If ho makes us lose every game said Philip with decis ion tho next day when the boys were talking over their adventure Good said Ralph heartily Mother Js going to give a little party In his honor and well try to make up for what wovo said and dono Yes Ill play tomorrow said Joe with a light In his dark oyoa when hey tod him oS their plan MtII pitch Id rather Tied said anything else groaned Philip Tomorrow we aro to play the Kenneth boys and well bo defeated suro as the world I thought ho wanted to practice a little first but ho thinks ha can play right awayHes actually got a smile on his raeosltld John as Joo stepped out to his placo the day of the game with tho Kenneth boys Hell lose that before tho second Inning for those fellows wll fairly eat us up Did you hint to him to lot some ono else do the pitching lhll7lo Of course but ho didnt tako my modest advice Im shaking in my shoes but what can I dot Well have to take our dco and make tho best of It Somo of us owe too much to Joe to turn hti down no matter what he does Its no fair having a professional aa your from growled one of the KusnctU boys before many balls had teen sent by Joes strong arm Strlk ng out threo men right hand running ihnw r bos no amateur Its a mean mcoklng trfckl Tank to your places commanded the Lmplfo Joes lived In this town nearly a year and hes no profession al Aint ho a wonder gasped John breathless from a dash around the bases Wo dbnt deserve this luck Jotts oycs gleamed as ho did won ilorful things with tho ball rind bat that afternoon ills strong young frame seemed made of elastic Iron as ho stored ono point after another farthis team Without a word ho sent balls that astonished tho opposite side as they vainly butted the air In their efforts to strike thom Truly tho only lad thoro not surprised was Joo himself as he calmly struck out man utter ruin as If that wore his regular vo cation Hurrah hurrah cried tho boys catching up the once despised Injun Joo for n parade about tho own Mrs Cary saw thorn coming and rushed out with cake find fruit for tho wholu crowd so Joyous was she to see her tall nephew honored I could havo told you long ago what Joo used to do at Carlisle when he went to school there she said proudly Joo doesnt say much about himself but hos a great player just tho same And to think If wo haint fallen Into tho water that day wo would never havo had all these flctories said John after a very successful Briefly Pale setting summer of games with the nuifibar log towns Sometimes I think Joe ought really to bo classed with proton Hlonals because ho doss snob flno Y aaKNotanother member of tho team fervent ly I move that wo call ourselves tho Injtms hereafter Instead of the Stars in honor of our now mambo All In favor please say aye Aye nyol nyol camp tbo hearty chorus Interrupting his little speech and Injun Joo smiled hug rare smili ng bo thought of tho long lonely days gone forever when tbo word Injun was not hold In such high favor Boston Globe BOARD AND BALL TRICK Make One forYourself and Puzzle Your Friends Get tho cover of a cigar box or Another thin board about fire Inches long and cut two small holes In It Then lIna fTlmcs IHOW the Trick Is hand hole and pull the Deneistring as far toward tho hole as it will come loop through tho hobo and over the heir ball as Indicated in the second loopatocfno off with ease Reversing the operation you can easily put tbo ball back into its oriel nil position Not Vlilble Amy heard her mother say ono day 1 f Jano as I shall be very busy this morning I shall not bo visible to cnll crap muststeacher loath to Icavo her work in tho doll houso ZI t Jane sho Indignantly demanded l i 1 cant you seo that I am not yislbjotl What He Preferred vf The father having grown tlrod of the nolso nlndo by his little throayearft old 90tloquietI dont want to lie down papa said Stuart I want to lie up Chlcik go Dally News i- Ij j w A New Years- Resolutlon r Dy 4VE CRAWFORD E B HIS dlflldcnco ot Thomas Went worth was disturbing to his souls peace For six months bo had been vainly trying to propose to Helen Griswold Opportunities had not been lacking Together they had studied moonlight effects from shadowy porches They had discussed life and lovo In cozy comers but tho all Important words remained unsaid Every atwmpt to epeak Ultra left him In a state of quaking disgust At teat he framed a llttlo speech that exactly suited his needs During all Ills conscious moment yea most of the unconscious ones he rehears It with moro or teas dramatic effect Time and again lio hail gone with the strength of Bam eon to present It like Samson bo had departed shorn of his strength by a womanaAh but such a woman She had eyes like violets big ones that spoke volumes but It was a Ian guago ho couldnt understand to ue I Per Six Months He Said He Had Longed to Tell HerTo Ask Her continued his r licanal Now on the last evening of tho old year pacing I back and forth across his room ho was still rehearsing tho speech with Inter polation of the ono Now Years react lution he hid deemed worth while f hopes losses With smiles In a ad brand Tear indent gloom tread him greet With like a blown nags a great what Is I It r that before New Year dawned would ask her He would a blither lb f lag fool no longer Ill ask her tonight announced t tier mother was giving an flanc to watch tho old year Not less than 100 would thero to brlbo the orchestra for extra seed Ions or prolonged numbers rhlch thfiy would sit out or dance with the lady of his heart But grimly ask her Its quite simple his steady tramp around tho room ba knocked down a Japanese fla IenIF Good Times In Oregon rnetum to tho good old times w you Then rleo on a cold morning and wash at pump pull a pair rawhldo boots that rival efr a tin In stiffness pull en a wool f on shirt your back nn1 sit down f to a baro meal with three legged stool dancing around on a slip 3 shod poor cat pont and bacon a steady diet and labor 14 hours 74 Go without a dally paper a BCicen a mosquito a spring mattress A keroseno lamp geonaw your oxon market nnd on 1 floor au ox you wend your t I way to church or a trollu Parch corn III oIi i Uobctwcen repeated tile word several times It had a pleaant Bug gcstlvcncss trailed broadly lIOnIUpaperIUs penThagiance was laid before her eyes The letter was n gent Tho asentlal part of It was If answer waa yes would she when ho entered the ball room night simply Jay the violets that would send with this letter against her facet For just a second lie would understand The violets matched her eyes Ho had often said so There Wl no Urns to lose He telephoned the florist to whoso cotters ho contributed Oh trend a bushel ho laughed happily like a schoolboy perpetrating a joke 1 have a note to send deliver them heroThe flowers arrived by a messenger who looked like the chief emissary Dan Cupid Tom untied the violet cord lifted out a bunch ofthe choicest blossoms about tho size a prize cauliflower smiled approval retlwl the box addressed the card and with a generous tip to the lay started him on his errand Then with a strange peace phsiesdlng him ho awaited a seemly hour to present himself to learn his fate Only the family was present when arrived The effusion of their greet ing would have set at rout his tuump ing heart would ho have seen anything but tho girl who standing In a circle light mado by tho pink shaded lamp on tno piano was holding the violets With a smile full upon him she slowly lifted the flowers and for a fraction of a second burled her taco their swcttnesq He looked at her Jacob looked at Rachel when his seven years of service wore ended 11nen tho Chanco WM given them for a moment alone ho seized not only chance un mindful of possible damage to chiffon ruffles ho likewise seized the girl The right words came at lost For MX months ho said ho had longed to tell her and to ask Tom she gasped you havent yet = liar protest was smothered and he lost no llmi In finishing what ho had to say roaonlng the climax bf demand- Ing en early date for their wedding Rut Tow dear you havent Mother entered softly In time to hear her daughter In a strangely muf voloo answer June Mother was an astute woman She withdrew softly a listener might have heard her pious ejaculation Thank Heaven Tho Now Year prom ellI hours of the old year the merrlftit dance the Oils had known The bells I THE NEW TEAR The year departs with nil his Joys With sit his and fears With all his and his gains nil rue And tears And has place smll leg The New appears Tho figure fades away Is swallowed up In With solemn we bear forth And lay him in his tomb Then turn to heir who comes red mouth Unfurl the and start song To to come And of the past and was the he be he Informal out men be 111 In Old the op of can over your corn 1Iitor of bar to sit tho of cart as be Ho that her that he of of lie of In as tho but her But fled but over his fill Jly- If Reid Detiurty Let every Up be dumb The future beckon with a mile And harkl the torward drum down the pathway let ui BO With hope to bo our guide With rose strewn along the way The ugly thorns to tilde The New Year coma with Joyous triad So greet him In his pride The lessons we hate learned are sate We hold them In the breast The hateful thing axe rJl forgot- nememberlns the heat Once more we fare alone life1 path And leave to time bo rust pealed forth their welcome to the glad New Year and the party grouped with mother In tho midst waited breath lesslyWith a becoming maternal tremor In her voice Mrs Griswold announced tho betrothal of her daughter to Mr Thomas Wentworth In the still small hours ot that Now Years inovnlcg Tom switched on the lights In his own room After all It was not no very dUD cult ho murmured But just how easy It had really been bo realized when he picked up from propI and peas for coffee and use sassafras for tea and sea how you like itAzlington Record Heard on tho Corner What do you Intend to do tonight JackTho same thing that I have done every New Years ovo torJho last ten years Whats thatiSwear off so that I can stat la fresh tomorrow New Year Evory one cacklE And wrong retrieves This Is the NunFor fresh tarn IMVM i JYQJJJorJ 1 THIfiS Sundry School Lesson for Jan 0 t907 SQ Q Specially Pupated fir This Iapef r r JJJCrrrJrJJrJJJrrj LESSON TKXTCeneaU 1115 Item ory versos 1a tJOglnnln1jOodRen 11- OKNKBISThe title of the book means origin crrallnn bcglnnlnc U belongs to what la known an thin ur five books Huppuiea to have been writ ten Mourn SCIUITUIIK rtRFKnENCKS John 116 1xalm IS16 Acts 1117 Roman Tin CrtEATJONTho story Or crca brlcfr6tandIndelibly on the mind und memory of man M Indcm It tins It gives the Im proulon of nn Inncrlptlon on a monu ment is some ono hns Buvemited like the Ten Commandments on tho Tables of ntonn Its hectic form aids the mem ory Tho morn wlinctt reveals of Oolsworks time more pntlo do we find the acts and Cacti of Grid Comment and Suggestive Thought All aro agreed that tho Scriptures wcro not given to loach eelcnco and do not touch science Thoy do not uso scientific language they do not tooth sclouco but stale facts In every literary tone In the common Ian piiago of dally life Hence the varying theories of science do not affect Its truth A good example Is tho dlt foronco between tho plain utatomont that time sun sets and tho scientific statement about the sun standing still and tho earth rnvolvlng Most of tho objections made to Ito accuracy of tho Genesis account arise from tho disregard of this principle either In rogard to geology or fonguago Rue kin woll says Modern Pointers Vol IV Firmament With respect to this whoso chapter wo must romonv bor always that It Is intended for tho Instruction of nil mankind not for the learned reader only and that therefore tho most simple and natur Interpretation la likeliest in gonoral to bo tho true ono Professor Rico In Ida latest re vision of Danas school geology ro poAtodly gives tho general ordor of dbrolopmont Plants thlzopoda tho onrlloat animal life mollusks fishes reptile birds inntnmnlii man A biologist told me that while plant life and animal Ufa began at nearly the as nniotlma yet ni plant life was tho sum of fewer qualities than animal life plant life was lower In the scale than animal lICe nnd boforo animal j life In the wools that animal llfo dl recUr or Indirectly doponded on plant life ProfoMor Itleo calls these periods tho reign or the ora tho kingdom his group of flahoa of rop tiles etc and adds this note Theso axprvwlons are not to bo undor stood M Implying that the several groups of animals mentioned wero confined to the era named In concoc tion with thorn but only that they were the most characteristic species of the eon That note should ho undcMloood as belonging to the de scription of each day In tho Gonoels record find tho word day should be Interpreted as freely AS are rolgn and kingdom without any king In tho common language of a great geo logistThe opening sentence ot tho Bible Is perhaps tho most weighty son tence ever uttered It Is a declaim ton on nearly all tho groat problems now exercising scientists and philoso phers God creation the whole eter nity cause time space Infinity force design Intelligence will destiny Austin Blcrbower Tho unity ot Cod There Is ono God and only ono In the earlier theological treatises up to a very late date ono ot the first things was to provo by nil known arguments the unity of God In our day science has settled tho question Tho unity of creation proclaims tho unity of God So far as geology has revealed the past so far as the telescope and spectrum analysis which have marv clously widened our knowledge of late years can tell usnil parts of the universe aro constructed on one plan and of tho same materials The everlasting God Iso personal God with all the characteristics which make our souls personal and how many more wo know not lie has will and wisdom and affections and power Ho Is Infinite eternal and unchangeable In his being wit dam tower holiness justice good ness nnd truth This Creator God la our Creator and our Father If wo sum up In one ideal all that line been written or Imagined or found In all history of the best that belongs to earthly fatherhood wo can got sonic Idea of what the fatherhood of God means to usThe fact that wo have a God and Father brings with It certain duties obedience love worship prayer Compare tho first four commandments It also brings great Com munlon with suchjd God the constantI presence of such an ideal mighty characterforming power There Is comfort hope strength life all good In tho consciousness that tho Infinite God Is our Father guide and friend Practical Points I Gods I works aro 11 revelation ot him self as well ns his word Neither of them can wo fully understand without tho other We need to mako a study ot both Wo learn from Gods works of erect tion something of Ills wisdom power goodness and love Tin more wo study them the moro wo learn to love to wonder mind ndoro This wise nnd good God is our father wo look upon Ida works and say My father rondo them nil Wo rest In tho lovo of tho strongest wo trusfln tho guiding care of tho wisest f W i I MEMORY OF JCEII HAS FLU NOTED STATESMAN STRICKEN I MIND AND BODY American Wife Shows Her Tlralei Affection By Nursing Him Day and Night London Dec 21Both the frlenl and toes of Josoph Chanbcrlaln th former colonial secretary were shoe ed to learn that the mind of tho Mi Kinloy of England has become a blan It was known that ho was bodrlddo with gout and other ailments and was sold that ho would never agal enter tho political arena Oat that th great advocate of protection had los nls memory Is an astounding reveli llo Itls not so many months ago thin tile brilliant statesman was heard In i strong speech In Birmingham again free trade It Is stated that ho greatly ovcrtaxct his strength at the celebration In hon or of his 70th birthday Birmingham with U o rosult that ho lent his memory completely lIe can not now re member what has taken place oven tow hours before The scones at Highbury the fanioui Orchid villa of tho Chamberlains ni described by the newspaper corro spondenls nro pathetic In the extreme Tim political lion lies helpless on him couch his spirit showing anxiety t return to the parliamentary tray ba his frail physloal and mental facultlo are unable to obey the Invisible powO within him At times he seams unabl to rccognbo his closest friends 1IU good wife who It will be re membored Is the daughter of tho lat W C Endicott of Massachusetts President Clevelands first eccretarj ot war nurses him faithfully day an nightIn Birmingham speech two year ago Mr Chamberlain said regard In his American wife In all tho storm and turmoil and stress ot tbo troublous times froir which wo aro now emerging I have had at least one source of I my wife When under the double burI den of the great responsibility thai hind fallen online and the venomoni 01oursoemod like falling her wise counsel i hor unbrokon optimism sustained mo- She has fortified me by lion courage and oboerad me by hor sympathy 1 have found In her my boat and truest counselor BIG STICK WAS NOT EFFECTIVE In Terrorizing Frescos Board of Education SAn Pranoisco Dec 21Mrs Florf D Harris widely known as a missionary recently addressed a communlca lion to tho San Francisco board of od ucntlon In which she deplored the Jap rinoso In public schools and criticise what she termed tho provincial spirit of tho local officials Sho deprecated the attempt to classify the Japanese as Orientals and expressed surprise that tho children of any foreign rest dents should bo excluded from the public schools The board of education has framed n reply which will be mailed to tiers Harris This reply assorts that the Japanese havo not been excluded from the schools despite the fact that no less a personage than the president of the United States has employed similar assertion in framing a message to congress and notwithstanding time wholly unfair report made of thf entire school Incident by the secretary ot commerce nnd labor Victor II Met calf Battle Royal On Negro Question Washington Dec 21 Senator Joseph B Foraker delivered ono of the most powerful and dramtlo philippic ever heard In the United States senate The senators subject was the recent wholesale discharge of colored troop without trial for alleged participation In riots at Brownsville Tex for twc hours Mr Fpraker discussed the at fair The conclusion ho drew at every turn of his argument was that dent Roosevelt tar exceeded his leg and constitutional rights In what hi did and that the colored battalion w far more sinned against than The speech was well received and al its conclusion the senator was warmly congratulated DefiesSenate Washington Dec 21Secretary oJ Interior Hitchcock who was called before tho senate committee on Indian affairs declared that his drder withdrawing 4000000 acres of land belonging to tho live civilized tribes Will stand and the land will not be restored unless the investigation a to the legality of Lila act now In prog Toss develops that 1m exceeded his au thority IFired the Governor Dec nArter a ro between Coy Vardaman and other members of the board of control over the sale of cotton seed Iho board adopt ed caustic resolutions firing tho governor from the committee on produce IMllused the Mallet 21Irl1 M Colvla of this city was arrested by a ynltod States deputy marshal on tho charge of using time United States molls in as illegal manner to further the sale ol stock in a mining company located near Sanda Co- lCreates a Blshet iRome Dec 21Tho pope received In prlva to audience Cardinal Gottl prefect of the propaganda who sub mltted tho appointment of Rev A Quertln to be bishop of Manchester N II The appointment was ratified 3rt+ dit r 1r r Yl7 f4 Y IIf L- 4 J i 1855 Berea College 0 x 1 t i e FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO 0 PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS t i Places the BEST EDUCATION roach of alltit n Over 50 Instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS 8 e c I A speciall teacher for each grade and for each main subject Iit imany classes that each student can be placed with others like himself I where he can make most rapidprogresi Which Department Will You Enter ij THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced airs lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced indents Arid J metic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing i Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Manage ment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fItions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life t Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady is r Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL a years to fit for business Evea a apart of this course as fall and winter terms a very profitable Small extra fees Z ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses r It with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical cours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession oi k iouspring terms give the information culture and necel for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate 7 ly MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with nay r course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days y rI Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid outf for their benefit and the School expends oi an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year r more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts ol d Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that 1 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 Jwho be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra t chargeNcuehbttassist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train wing and getting pay according to the valuo of their labor Except in winmter it is expected that Poll 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 coining secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL I EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc 11 vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate I is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the I weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles j work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost The College asks no renttfor the fine in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding 1 1 I and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents in winter School Fees are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for t return of room key library books etc This it paid but once and is a returned when the student departs tSecond an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of tcacheri all our instruction is a free gift The Incldentalr J Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses + I be in advance incidental fee and room rent by time followstdFor Winter Term 12 weeksFiut day 1700 besides 1 de 1 firposit SSthday 600 5Gth day 600 total 20 If paid all la advance 28 For Spring Term 10 weeksFirst day 1440 28th day 540 f6Cth day 270 total 2250 If paid all in advance 2200 R The two terms together paid for in advance at a reduction of I 250 making only 4900 Lower Winter Term 16 weeksFiret day2060t2Sth day 600 Seth day 600 84th day 540 all in advance 3700 I Refunding Students excused to tears before end of term receive h back all they have advanced on board and room except that no allow Ianee is made for any fraction ofa week and a fee of fifty cents is j charged for leaving the boarding hall and cents for having a room r in term time There is no refunding 6f incidental fee It Pay to Stay When you have made your Journey and are well Iltarted in school it pays to stay as long ai possible The First Day 6f winter term is January 2 1907I I t For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE J rf t BEREA KENTUCKY 1 i lrIII I Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT JrfjhuUUiJ lJ1JUjljuUj lJMljWV V1 N It11WtlI0illtHl lt efCI WI W co COIiJ iZiIk pIoji iIo i IiJI I T c pf r THE IH7SItE 1 Gingerbread Here aro two well tried recipes for gingerbread ono mado with hot water the other with sour milk Gingerbread No i Ono half cup molasses ono cup sour milk ono half cup sugar two cups flour a little salt one teaspoonful soda ono teaspoonful bakkingpowder one teaspoonful each of cinnamon cloves and gingerGingerbread No 2Onehalf cup butter onohalf cup brown sugar one cup molasses one cup boiling water one teaspoonful each of cloves cinnamon and ginger Two well bealon eggs two and onehalf cups flour two toaspoonsfuls soda dissolved in a little hot water Corn CrispsPop some corn and place in a large kettle Boil ono cup of molasses ono 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 mixed pour into a shallow baking pan that has been lined with waxed paper Press it down firmly lay a piece of waxed paper on top and over these a board smaller than the top of pan so it will fit upon the mixture 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 very sharp knife cut into slices Lay these to dry then wrap in waxed paper or as they are on a pretty green plate ITHE SCHOOL I Look Ahead By Frof Dinsmore 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 for inspiring them to higher and nobler things are over There is no profit in wasting time in useless regrets but it becomes a wise teacher to carefully review tho work of tho term as to its successes and failures If we have had large success we should determine to push on to greater things If we have failed in many particulars wo should profit by our failures No amount of failures can discourage the person who is determined to succeed However if we are toJmprove as we should we must not loso a moments time of our precious vacation If we do not improve we shall inevit ably go backward If we stand still we shall rust or accumulate a covering of moss that will unfit us for the fullest service The question as to how we can spend our vacation months to our own and our future pupils bestI advantage is a vitalono v Let us consider what we need We 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 books In history and geography nnd physiology our knowl edge should be larger and broader than that of the books which the pup ils use Every teacher knows that tho books used in the district schools contain only the elements of of which treat The teachers knowledge should go much beyond thisISecond the object of education is not so much to furnish knowledge as to train and discipine the mind Tho teacher should have a trained mindI To obtain this wo must study those branches that are particularly toI train the mind branches above the common school course Something this line should be done because cur own self improvement moans bettor teaching and therefore our pupils as we1as ourselves will be benefitedt Third we should know more about our profession Real teaching is a real profession that is not learned in A year or two Many important things however can be learned in one vacation that will doubleor triple the value of a teachers services Reading books on teaching is good but we need the living touch experienced teachers to interpret the books and to add their own ideas Fourth we need to observe others teach Wo can often gain more by watching a first class teacher for thirty minutes than wo could in reading an entire book A little practice teaching along with this observation tinder wise direction will add very much to our personal equipment giving strengthand 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 contact with other minds that like our own are being constantly enriched Sixth we need the association of Christian people who are earnestly endeavoring to make the world better who by experience and training havo acquired wise and efficient ways of helping those who need help mostI This is one of the most efficient means of grace and one we aro not likely to overvalue The above are perhaps the chief heeds of teachers nnd of those who are expecting to teach next year The next question is how shall they be met Certainly by attending some good school Some teachers undertake tofit themselves by taking a correspondence course but it is very unsatisfactory Probably nine out of every ten who undertake it givo it up in a short time It is very discouraging to study by ones self without aIteacher One may go on for days without knowing whether he is right or wrong and when he finds out is liable to havo to go over the groundagain to get right He has not the spur of classmates of regular times for study andrecitation and of the inspiration and broader views of a teacher A correspondence course may be better than nothing but to attend a good school is infinitely better Then the question comes what school shall I attend l By all means attend the best within reach or at least go to the one where you can get the most for your money Most teachers have no money to waste on frills They cannot afford to go to high priced schools 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 an established reputation for excellence and is within your means by all odds JO to it We believe Berea js such a school Certainly itcan give more in proportion to the expense of attending than any other school in Kentucky There is the advantage of a large and well trained faculty the largest college library in the state splendid buildings and fine equipment A hospi tal college physician literary societies freo classes in fine study rooms and excellent lectures are some of Bereas advantages There aro manyothers Bereas students stand well everywhere- A glance at tho item of expenses in the catalog shows that the entire cost of a term at Berea is less than board wouldbe almost any where else Can any one who is looking for a school afford to miss such a chance oloeoioeoeoeoe0eoeoeoeoeoo Eighth Kentucky o History J0 Thrilling Story of tlm Jart tills Ool o O luutKcglmviit took lalheClvUW- sroeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe o CHAPTER yilTOsatlaued EighthboysFreely Sloan Company D had been knocked senseless by a piece of shell on tho evening of the 20th of Sept ember TheI avcs that had drifted where he foil caught fire and burned the skin from his entire body He aid he had suffered terribly but wee in a fair way of recovery A very sad case of destitution caused by war was that of Mr Powellwho with his wife and six children wore hovering under a few old pieces of tents and quilts near our encamp mont They had fled from their burning dwelling during the battle of Chickmagua penniless roofless and nearly frendless One Of his little boys died a few days after our arrival at tho hospital and some of our boys made a rude coffin and buried him for the stricken parents Tho 31st of October tho brigade received orders to march Our fatigue dutymen were ordered back to their respective regiments andI tho 1st of November with somo reluctance we left our half finished cabins Some of the men said If were going where we can get fullI rations once more it is all right When wo arrived at headquarters the 1st November tents camp andi garrison equipage officers baggage including desks company booksc were packed into a pile a guard do tailed and left to guard them andI 0 tho brigade marched to the river whore wo had to wait three hours for repairs to the pontoon bridge which had been damaged by largo rafts o f logs set adrift by the rebels Wi then marched single filo over the treacherous swaying bridge tint run the gauntlet up through Look lOut Vulleyundor fire of tho enemy heavy guns stationed on Lookout Mountain None of tho brigade However wore hurt Wo bivouacked at Wuulmtchic the numerous fires o the enemy twinkling like stars on frowning Lookout TO HE CONTINUED rtadeiiJournal I Containing Breeey Notts Corn ing Ectntt anJ Put Trials And Triumphs of BtrtA Students IC o4 I Now is the winter of our discon tent na Will Shakespeare used to say Wo are longing for more worlds and professions to conquer Having finished our full terms work so coin plotoly that some of it will never recover we are recuperating and preparing for the coming struggle of the winter term null like warhorses snuffing tho air and smelling the battle from afar we aro impatient of the few days of truce that still remainWe havo gone into winter quar tors as the custom is at this time of year indeed we have gone through most of our winter quarters and have only u few nickels and pennies loft and have to save thoso to pacify Mr Osborno with next Wednesday Good resolutions are nearly duo We are going to take time by the forelock and have the resolutions all debated and decided three iu tho affirmative and passed by a unani mous vote before school begins Our two principal resolutions will beas followsFirst wo will bo good this term There are many reasons iu favor of it and no good ones against it and wp intend to prove that Mark Twain was despicable prevaricator when he said Be good and you will be lone some for with tho whole crowd being good it will be the other follows who are lonesome Secondly we will make the Stu dents Journal more interesting by each taking a share in sending in news from our classes literary soci dies and everything else vorthtalk lug about and by having our student editors impeached if they fail to get their news in promptly and regu larlyLast week Wednesday night the A Rhetorical class put tho final touches to u good term with their entertainment given in tho chapel They all showed the flue training of their teacher Prof flame Mr Hunt and Mr Francis Clark gave very interestiyg recitations L J Cook read a good paper on Habit Mr Gerdes read an account of Dr Grenfells work in Labrador Mr Hoffman recited a fine poem ho had written on The Wandering Jew Mr Felliny gave a stirring oration- on Tho Juvenile Court Mr Kin nardread a very interesting story ho had written on The Surrender of the North and Miss Bess Hays reada strong essay on The New Kentucky A pretty selection from the orchestra opened tho program A largo and appreciative crowd was presentThe vacation doings of some of the students will be of interest Howard Gamble is spending his vacation in Indian Territory Mr Powers is at the hospital Ho is reported as getting alongnicely Miss Glenna Pettereon will be in town during vacation and will assist theBerea Banking Company part of the time Some of Miss Matilda Cooks friends from Wildie spent Saturday night with her Miss Harriet Eyler is spending vacation with her people at her home in New Market O Miss Elizabeth Byron is at her home in Bowling Green 0 Miss Joy Hillis and little brother are at their home in Oberlin 0 Miss Mary Jones is spending the Christmas holidays at her home in Wildie Miss Iona Redfern has gone homo and will net be back iu school next term We aro sorry to have her go Miss Amanda Renick is at her home in Woodstock Ills Miss May Harrison is visiting relatives in Lexington Ky Miss Bess Rathburu is spending vacation with her cousin Miss Mary Fee of Clarksburg Ind We aro expecting a larger number f students the Winter Term than ever before The vacation has passed most pleasantly More than a hundred students have been at the boarding hall Thorn wore Christmas trees at the Hall and at the Parish House and several delightfnl social gatherings Thorn has been some good skating Dr Thomson showed a superb set of stereopticon views at the Chapel on Wednesday THE BOY AND THE LAND A Letter to toys liT W ir Flhiiery University ot Wisconsin Madison Dec 17 1I want to talk a little while with Uio boys The older ones may llstonI iUld tho girls too I hope they all1 but It Is to the boys of Old Con tucky the boys at homo and tho bos shufnrt Ume As a rule the average Kentucky boy It sooms to me thinks too HUla of tho Importance of owning a plec of land and knowIng how to handle It lie seems to look upon farm Iii as a kind ot drudgery and a thing to bo shunned and line not yot learns what It may sometime moon to him to own if only a tow acres somo spot of earth ho can tall bac upon and from which ho can dot the world Whore ha can create hl own living Independent of others where ho need not Intercept any man money but produce tho dollars lie spends and theu hand thorn over for the benefit and enrichment ot others It seems to mo that this Is a suffi cleat ambition for any young man and that whatever a boy hoped to make himself In the trade and pro fessional world his first great achievement should bo ttho possession of at least a small piece of land and knowledge of how to make a living from It for himself There Is another thought I wish to leave with you sad that Is tho dif ference between tho farm homo and the city home I do not wish to reflect upon any horn buthavo you ever thought of It boycono ot these homes has to be supported by Its own er while the other supports tho one who owns It It matters not how cost ly or how beautiful the city horn Is when tho hand that mode it cues to bring money from outside to sup port It It no longer affords shelter for those who truft IU I havo seen Ityou have seen I tt when tho widow and her children most need Its protection they had to go outfroni under Its helpless root because It could not feed them IV could not cloth them It could not pity Us own taxes Will a farm homo do this Never If It Is properly handled and those lIv Ing there are taught that farming to a profession a trade oho to be mustered and one to be proud of When I say thor It not ft young man who cannot own a selfsupport Ing farm I moan IL One reason why so many fall to do this and think the cannot Is they Imagine a farm must be a groat big piece of land from ono hundred to five hundml acres Ten or twenty acres when made to do Us best will keep any man busy nnd n sure living Forty nom Is a great bl farm and but few men OIn can make eighty acres begin to do what It Is capable of doing Few farmers really do know what they do get out of that farmsA days ago I hoard ft city lady remark that It took nearly tlfteo hundred dollars for rent and living for her small family I thought sip must be mistaken but when I put down rent water wood milk butter eggs chickens vegetables and forty one other things that the farm afforded which many farmers made no account of I saw where 1 was wrong NO NEED Or DBOIXJEBT Tho right kind of farming to large extent eliminates drudgery It U the long hours and the longer chores that drive many a boy from homo forever but neither long hours nor tho longer more necessary to achores aro any well managed farm thin to anyothcr business We are learning to simplify our chores and so epeclallzo our form Ing that reasonable time to live and enjoy Ufo are to be found on the well regulated farm The time la gono byIf over there was such a time when a boy should be ashamed of coming from tha farm or ot being a farmer It used to be that only the dull boyu the ones who could not succeed at anything else were left on the farm but now It Is different We are learning that It takestho beat Intellect as well aa machinery and live stock to make the farm pay Beroa College otters a course that will help the boys of Kentucky to get more out of their farms and I am not writing this for Borea College but because I kayo faith In BcleotlfJc farming Kentucky is a fine state but I believe we farmers can make It better by applying scientific moth ads and better systems in all our farm operationsPerhaps It would Interest you to know what the farmers aro doing out hero U Wisconsin To make their Farms pay more they are using every opportunity to give their sons and daughters too training In some lino of agriculture There are thirteen hun Bred of them attending tho College of Agriculture at this place rich and tho poor all striving for the same end Wilt you stop and ask yourself what I all moans There are 2900 graduates of thte school who are operating the creameries In this state several thou sand doing well in other lines and many hundreds of calls for men trained In this branch of science that can not bo filled Boys It you want to have a part In this groat progress Itr which ho world is now moving ohoai by leap and bounds get ready tor our farmers course next wlntter There are too many young poopl who think that they must bo teachers Wo need good teachers ot course but the teaching profession Is already overcrowded I havo nothing to say do rogatory to the normal courses any where but 1 do believe that for thi good of the country too many of our young people are drifting that way There are plenty of teachers ulroady what we need now Is good fartnon to support them so they will not have to send their money out of the state for the things tho people must have that the farmers ought to supply ltlekproperly con Inducesmenu to young men that It cloetis now HIT S1ITCllENIIINE Passenger Train on tho Soo Railroad Is Smashed SCORE 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 BU Paul Des UTn people are known to bo dead six others are fir tally Injured and at least 25 others wero badly hurt In the wreck of MI eastbound train on the Minneapolis EC Paul A Sault Bte Marie railroad at Enderlin N D The train wrecked was tho accommodation which rune from Moose Jaw Can to St Paul It Is due at Enderlln at 1145 p m but was about two hours lato The engi veer was running at high speed In an endeavor to make up the lost time Ai be swung around a curro Just before entering the yards at Endorlln a switch engine was shifting a string of box cars Into A siding The can did not clear tho main track and the pits senger engine collided headon with the switch eagle Doth engines wero totally wrecked and the passenger cars were thrown In confusion down a small embankment at the side of the track Several of the day coaches were turned bottom side up and the passengers pinned beneath the wreckage which took fire from the stoves nsd to hut the cars The passenger train WM heavily loaded with people going U their homes In the cast to spend the boll days Most of tho casualties occurred la the smoking car and the flrat day coach both of which were badly splintered Enderlln Is the fllrutonal headquar ters of the ratlro4 and a rescue party was soon at band endeavoring to release the Imprisoned passengers from their perilous position Tho groans of the dying mingled with the cries of anguish of the passengers less severely hurt but who wire In Imml Sent danger from the flames which were spreading fast through the cars Axes were wielded by willing hands and the roots of the overturned cars were broken open and the dead and Injured taken out as quickly as poseI 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 reached them Turned Over to Standard New York Dec 20 Testifying in the suit brought by the state of Mis sour against the Standard Oil com pang the Waten Pierce OU company and the Republlo Oil company to stop them from doing business In Missouri C L Nichols president of the Republic Oil company declared that AS a ro suit of the disclosures mado In the proceedings the usefulness of the Republic Oil company aa a supposed competitor of the Standard OH corn pany had ended Tho entire business of tho company outside of Missouri he said had been turned over to the Standard Oil company of New Jersay Kentuckian Shoots Five Charleston W Va Deo 19la a row near the postolBc of flue Creek George Goodwin a Kentucky man shot five men one fatally William Armstrong whose lungs were perfor atod will die The other wounded are John Oart shot about the eyes Mark Cart shot In the right hand Walter Cart shot In hip and shoulder Laurie Kelly shot in the arm After a race with the sheriff who shot at Goodwin six Units he was captured and brought to jail here The row be gan over a trivial dispute between two of the min Victims of Ship Dliatttr Vicksburg Miss Dec SI Accord Ing to tho latest news obtainable by telephone from places near Gold Dust Landing wljero the steamer W U Bcovell blew up the list of dead and missing totals iand the Injured 1n elude four white men and several no groes The white dead are Captain John A Quackcnboss master VIcki burg L Wado Quackenboss VIcks burg the clerk Joseph Smith Yazoo gLtyi LevaJ Yeiiar 7cpyts JAPANESE QUESTION Presidents Comment on Secretary Metcalfs Report Waihlmgton Dec 19 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 deal with three mutters of eontroversy first the exclusion of the JapantiA children from tale Ban Fran else schools second the boycotting of Japans rmuutmnti and third aoti of vloUnoe committed agalnit the Japans AI to the first matter I call your UPI- Icia attention to the very amall number of Japanese children who attend ohool to the testimony m to the brlihtncii cleanliness and good behavior of tneie Japanese children In the aehool and to the fact that owing to their t lnf scat tered throughout the city the require ment for them all to RO to one eptelal school la ImpoiMble of tuINlmsnt and mean that they can not have aohool fa cllltlea Lot me point out further that there would be no objection whatever to ex cluding from the aohoole any Japanese on account of eta It Is abvleuily not desirable that young men should go ta xohool with children The anly point U the exclusion of the children Uumielves The number of Japans children attend trig the public school In San Frantic li very small The itovernment has al ready directed that suit be brought ta tilt the congtllutlonallty of the act In question but my very carntet hope le that such suit will not be neceiaary and that aa n matter of comity the eltliena of Ban Francisco will refute to deprive these young Japnnene children of educa lion and will permit them to so to the choola The quemlon as to the violence acalnit the Japanese Is most admirably put by Secretary Metealf and I have nothing to add to bla statement I am entirely confident that aa Secretary Metealf urlthe overwhelming aentlment of the state of California le for law and order and for the protection of the Japaneie In their person and property Doth the chief of police sod the acting mayor of San Francisco auured 8el1ltnr 4toI authorised and directed Secretary Metealf to state that if there was failure to protect r rtoni and property thin the entire power of the federal government within tha limits of the conitlUUen would be used promptly sad vigorously to enforce the ebaervanee of our treaty which treaty guaranteed to Japanese f resident v rywhere In the Unien full and perfect iroteotlon for their persons and property and to this end everything In my power would ba dose and all the forces or the Untied States both civil and military lawfully employ would be employ Train Goes Down Precipice Monterey Mexico Dec IJ + News has been received here from Puabla Iclllns of n railroad wreck that occurred between that city and Tlacote pee Tho accident was caused by the bolt of an engine falling on the track and causing the whole train to so down a precipice Tho engineer and flrejnon were Instantly killed Same of the passengers It Is reported were also killed and others Injured Jeffries tho Referee Tonopah Nov Dec 30It has hen decided that James J Jeffries shall referee the DansHerman light The articles of agreement gave the Casino Athletic club the right ot selection If the principals can not acre JaffrlM was offered 1000 and expenses to referee and has accepted Bryan at Columbus Columbus 0 Dse IB William J Bryan has accepted the invitation of the Columbus board of trade to speak at Its annual banquet which will be held In Memorial ball on Feb 10 The subject on which Mr Bryan will speak has net boon announced w Conduotor Kilted South fend Ind Deo 11 Thomas Oorbett conductor on the Three P railroad fell between the can and was literally ground to plaotn hers Corbctt lived at Kankakea HI With in seven weeks six persons have met death In local railroad yards Burnhr 1 Sentenced New York Lea U Oaorge turn bam Jr general counsel for the Mutual Reserve Life Insuraac company recently convicted of larceny was sea teased to two years In state prison THE MARKETS Chicago Cattle Common to prime steer l COOT 40 tows II 7594 Tit heifers II 60CI 00 bulls II o01 601 stockers and feeders II 4084 19 I heap and Lamb Sheep II 1581 Tl lamb IT MOT tll j yearling 14 lOCI U Calve 12 75OI 60 loll Choice to prim heavy II It440I S1U medium to good heavy 1C I0Q1 THi butaher weights II tTttOI IiH Rood to prime raised II iOOt tTHt packing II SOCI 25 pigs- ti 008S 10 WheatNo 1 red 764 c East Buffalo N Y Cattlet Qoed to choice export cattle IS SOf I 00 ehlnplng steers K 1016 III butcher cattle II It 05 00 heifers II OOQ4 UI tat cows and bulls It 1094 50 milkers and springer III 00015 St Sheep and lmb Tear ting 15 TSOC III mixed sheep 15 ISO I 40 wether 15 IOCS III ewes 16 009 S n spring lambs II COOT 50 Gives Seat II IUII H JrcraUvl II all medium Yorker H 101 IK pigs l 15 stag 14 CO rough li 715 Plttaburg PaCattle Choice U 759 t 100 prime IS 4091 C5 tidy uteherV II COtS 00 heifer It 5094 fOl caws bulls and stags II COM OH fresh oaws 121 00010 00 Sheep and Lames frlme wethers 6 I09C 40 good mixed IS 009 I M lambs tt 0067 t5 Calvel 009- I TB Hofi Heavy hogs II 411 mall uml Yorkers and pigs fs 40 Cleveland Cattle I Prime dryfed IS COOT TC tat steers 14 16516 fat cow U S09I 75 bulls II belt ere II COO4 50 milker and springer tit 00050 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs 1C tOOT 001 wether 15 S595 CQ mixed 1C 25 ewes It nail 00 Calves It CO IIog Torkers 1C 10 mediums II 15 pigs 1C 10 roughs 15 n5 7t tag 14 6094 75 Cincinnati Wheat No J red 11 0 7To Corn No I mixed 4SHC440 Oats lo No I 71 1neatl1II OOftE 51 uU 0901 75 Lamb 14 259T 7- 5BOSTONWoolf Ohio and Pennsylva ala XX and above UilUo X No 1 409 to No S 11931s One unwashed 2592C9 delaine washed 570 7Hc delalM unwashed 51Oa Ken lucky and Indiana combine Ublood II 9t4c Ublood HlHttllo Toted IW rnllaia1QLwaNIe U NJfe j I 1900L- 4 AREWOETEIE QflYbfj1iF IrCUBAN REVOLUTION i1 Any 21fprlslng ot In west ern ub- a3toVoIutIo n spreads nml gov ernment decides to retie 10000 men to fight rebels 7000 Insurgents under arm In Ilnar Uol Itlo flghttngInprovince JfiBand of 100 In urgenta loot Los Laja Santa Clara provlnre 29 Government offers ftnlnest and many leaders In IrOIhces of Ma tnnaa and 8anta surrenderS1for fUba 1 atHaVAnaloptl9n WarTAftCuba to Investigate conditions and lend Influence to restore taceKxtra IIIS IrJalmaagainst Insurgents hostilitiesIftarfn effort for pear ZvIndleatloiii are that American Inter restorepeace IeeTaft self provisIonal military governor ma treas11rJ atlIevAnLlCha n Maroon newly oppo4nle pro athavananesty decree 178e r tary of War Taft Assistant Bee retjtrr ot State Bacon jon Funston tromCUb439 Arm at Cuban Insurgents thrown Into sea from Morro CatleI1 SEISMIC DISTURBANCES J I Hth 24 Moot Pelee In violet eruption panicthrawkout I Apr It Marthquafcw and ensuing nrt peofsettydtnapt4S4II ruinellge 0xted sleet the entire IaclOr aILI wtfttLn t of Prteco flee pxilwguUhod eon reliefOf PriMU4Mt MU nullMrit or relief withlIedM Wej 4e Myen I MwU 4M8 troop to e1t7rykVftlF3irl1 JZtid damaged ItI Arrgstmsu MrtIlIlAIk vlrfte VoJ Ci tsIaflIla Intatnl at I atlvDar too MMMDM several o 4b teWee m reentry IN rain vail ties 11 destroyed fowil or QuIUoWi putIeil ot eompila- Ilki de1 8 n Ja 118 es mf er IUtthqWalIe he- kJiTI iiTTIJJan lxlvtIjahoby botn4i at IktUe S Clarrn niar ItocluMler- MIclL kills wire son ami Daughter with ax and ilay- Mlt with gun llnlhiw Btrerf- Atmlunla Minn kill siwrthrI- her mother htr-nd wir ll Nels N I 10 n Vnlkaxm Wash mnrdr mother atletsilit to kll vtre and rhiwr then slays se- lf1lxAuditO r1 rthk 11813 I Paul O Bt nland arrr te l at In laimpoll charge and conzst atY iIjhtntssentnced i taithcrI II heart And slays self I MCMptaln of Gen Blocum which burnedI with low of 1000 lives enl I for 10 eArs FebnchloHgo Imilt court clerk Indicted 25 for forgery em boztlement and larceny ZyQuI IndIan bAnd murders S smrl can at San Miguel Mex I I jIlrt Annie Vlxonj Boston asphyxiate 4 children HJohn Witt Detroit kill child wvero 011111dren 2 other and kills self steamer Leaders Lion of MIners nccused of tJ murderii and assassination of cxdov Bteuncn berg of Idaho 53Johann llnch convicted wife mur derer hanged at Chicag- oflprIngtieid O mob In race riot burn dwellings saloon and Injure or I troops fleere1 making It necessary to call out 58Blx moro home burned In race slot lit 8irngI1ehi O olar JDayloll OSJury nnd Dr O C guHty of murder of mother fa 1Hallch sister lvn confessed of Mrs Ilessle llolIatr found guilty of I j deed at Chicago and sentenced to death l 35Slx Italians murdered at Minneapolis 1oIlnn 21P E Sherrlck oxtndlnnn auditor convicted of embezzling J1WOOO state trIalfcircuit court Cook Co lIIl pleads guilty or con to rAU county RIven In detlnlte prison term 12 Contractors Green and Oanor con I victed of fraud against government In connection with harbor work at Savan nail Jo IS Greeno and Gnynor lined JjS7li each and sentenced to 4 years Imprisonment K brlmobMay 6 tioll nenteiicod 10 years nVrhs onnicnt at Ft Leavenworth flan t I v 21 InnlllllllCllrJun tI Dr W IJ Olllell anti n A iranflies former vice presidents or Mutual perjuryJunaccepting atKansasleading pnckcrs 2J millionairekilledand millionaire at Madison Intr50SThaw Indicted for murder In first de gree for kllMnji Whltft t mllltlerharllnear1omackgirl I omllalfOltnd clerktoundtn defraud Cook sentenced to VrlonSug at N C takes 3 negroes from jail and lynches them I ChlcacoforlGieo Hall sentenced to 15 years Im prisonment at Salisbury N C for par 8aldtoTangierMoroccoiA Regal Philadelphia promoter ar rested for causing failure Real Estate TrustC Mrs II Knlppen decapitates her 2 children 22 mankilled26 IndeterminateOct JacksonTcnn ItStandard Oil Co Indiana Indict Atlantatie JWonge6JI former cashIer of Mil Chicagolodament given Indeterminate penitentiary sentence II andAbramcharge or extortion 3t tenortouoohIIIIeMdenlguilty to charge of eolmbita- lien and lined Dill at SAlt lake Itt Mayor Bchmts of San l1ranctLarrecast on charge ot granil jury at Sit Mke City vote v- erel indIctments In coal land fraud snurdsPilerkhoerI GOVERNMENT AND POLITICAL I u Jan 3 RMoluttori lntn lue Hl IntoNew York legisla ture asking r 8 Senatpr loopw torn lieoause of Insurance expos use 70ev Hanlr In- dIAna Ales suit toot eec or State Storms for tiers duty8JInaugurated KOV eraor or Ohio Iowa general as rvmltly benI healslathsgIn s Insurance strobe freeCongI representatIvesPetitrol French consulate Secretary Root COUIIIMa t Oov Inltfriuin Ohio aIIm 2eeat faire trill making It a law Pension ttppro Imasmil4JnSw or State Stories IndIana resign sewageintopreme sort case Itfiiacr win In IHillailcIphla alder- manic election 2IConlr Urovvenor of Ohio defeatod for nomine urn Mar IJ M l4ltr on Chicago comma stonor i iblc walks became soclaiut nod rnMtrn fiIeStal Senator Oieofl New York found not guilty of conspiracy to de fraud Rovemment- I Morobanal12 National supreme court gIves Chleaouse of Its sheets liking rights from traction mQnleN W Gilbert congressIonal representative Indiana arepUnl Philippine Judgeship IndllUllIrounllItC rf Francis named as ambassador lidhorny 21 orlegleistivo pIestOSO W Perkins arrested for grand Ins ItllIubllranAdjournuntilquarantinebIll MilWAuketl railway8 newprimary17 sustainslegalityvote In school matters K Parksantlclgarotte byKansasoonnearralmlngand recommending Ictltlatlon11 Government wins suit brought to dls solve paper truer nt St ratebll2J Hunremo court nfllrm division san hinpslsontnonl 23 Sonata passes agriculture npproprla uusy1ngmeatprllIeuI1l1d UtahI atChlcHSo racking houses sent to con Itpublicancourt of 8 fromM1rrlant IrlUoarII admlttlnnOklahoml1st te amoncjrnentbillInspection IL II U Plerco appointed I minister to Norway I 21 Inherltal i I 29 General doHclencr bill passed con I gresPure fool bill pusedjConj I tress adjourns j=ztt = 1 Auc 1Jowll Republicans renomlnate A MoinesftSpeaker gross at Danville III 17 appoiniedmembersion Bepublicsin1 President extends eighthour law to apply to all public work26 byNewChas K Hughe nominated for gov atSaratogaRepublIcan eountChiliYorkDllmocrAt maJorlty NewHampshire Connecticut In Minnesota Massachusetts Oklahoma and the south Republican majority In house cut down SO John A Mctthenny appointed civil service commissioner conte 10 John W Riddle minister to Roll mania alliS BervU tmmcd to succeed Ambassador Meyer at St Petersburg 11 President sendi special message to congress urging full citizenship for Por to Rlcans j BUSINESS FAILURES J- I ClevelandO ItabllltleI ClevelandMissISUllllk ot AmerIca CII laKO placeu In receiver hands tt placedInbey Lumber Co Oshkosh WIs llablll tIes JHOUOO Ft SO00S2WalshNa tallfylng 27 National Business College Qulncy Ill 100003Nortbexaminer A PekinIIIDelmontIaservo Pond Co SL Louts appointed Clel1rnflcl aminer Aug CMllwftukea Ave State bank ChI examlnorIIAbl8 ChllRKOfailed16Garfleld Park bank of Chicago cloud ft8 result of collapse of Milwaukee Ave State bank tS rhlladelphlauaJltnd ButlerMo2 cloedNearlyNov Ullnnk of ll ckilth Co antnn Wyo closed owlllc to nnanclal troubles XThree banks conducted by C V andUardolphenhveIBank nf KIowa I T closed on Inabilityto I NECROLOGY J I I Jan IW R Har per president Unl- vereity of Chicago at Chicago IkCol R O Lowe Galvoston Tex newspaper p u b her IsMarshall Field Chicago merchant prince of pneu Nowyork2tvH II Hurd no ted lawyer and II llnolb citizen at Evanston Fib 2t KxSpeaker U II D of national house or repreeoiitatlves 15 Iubuoita in V 11 IIIIdereuniR 1 lAngley secretary Smith CMarHous ton 11 Gen J S Gage distinguished soldier at San Jose Cat12 Susan II Anthony suffragist leader VJohnSttO35Johannat Cincinnati 1 Gen J M Thayer exU S senator and governor Nebraska at Lincoln Ihuladepbin29T II IJarrctt sheriff cook county III at Chicago Apr 4 Farmer GCA Gen DUnoo Cuba publisherConstitutIon JOJ H Boyd x0ov of Nebraska at helIeetI InWiiitown IMx age W sulelile otStU Henrlk nn noted din IhrlatlanlaJun Phil WnIIInlltouatWahlntton14 presidentIf Ooorllamatlltr I l7If N Pillebusv noted chess mas ttr at Phlla orterleadIng ufacturer at How nil Mae IkGov J M Pat atMiifosilpins axacting atWahlnglon J7 AtEIInIMlh25 JSmithirrecatlonal minis RoxburyMad Jul za Y Wlsner noted Consultingt DiAIConllfO man H C Adams of Wfscon Wantyof16 Africantlimpclor22 Russell Sago nt Iiwrcnce L I ago to seerisiry 4Hellr Admiral Train nt Chcfoo China19 YonkeriNOmahaDeeSep bli Oelrlohi prominent New York clubman on board ocean liner 16 ntMilwaukeeExCongressman Clarke of Alabama at SL 1ouls O oflireslUentpolicyking15 ontrainR IllshopNicholsoncojial diocese nt Milwaukee nlember aged Si Nov Congressman Roclcwood Hoar SenatorHoar1 atMnkersncld30 Otto Young multimillionaire Chlca atLuke j I lice 2 Mark Hassler noted musical dl PhiladelphiaBishop SpringIoldat LwtMoTL physiclap Orleans T riuss TJ buildingsdestroyedFeb IILlttleton W Va nearly wiped out lCCO rendered homeless 1C Nlverton Pa almost entirely wiped out 18 partlydestroyed10000001IUtchcock section practically destroyed 22 liuslnevs section of Dawson Vflt wiped out Mar 4Last half of Standhope la business section burn other halt destroyed beroreIeWhite Mich business section portiontultin28 Johnstown Ia swept by name loss JMOOOO Apr IRuffalo IN Y Evening Times building loss J200000 ColossII Hundred residences and dozen bust ness building wiped out at Stanley CobaltNew stroyed I several killed by explosion Jun etelydlltroyod11 Flro In Armour packing plant at 10000017Ryan loss aroOOO2OSanta Cruz Cal main building of Casino at resort loss J14IOOO entirebusinessSep 1iTlbUronlCal entire business dis Oct itAt Birmingham Ala business houses loss JSOOOuO 22 Second disastrous conflagration at Brlstow la wiped out practically all townNovout explosion 2 children burned to death Dec IAt Princeton 0 mob of 200 masked men burned 2 big tobacco stem merles owned by tobacco trua- LeAt Chicago fire In wholesale business district caused loss of JMOOOO 2 lives lostL SPORTING j inn liSIr Thomas Lipton plans race against New York Yacht club for American cup knocksIbett In firth at Los Angeles 15Wlllle lIop 6 de feated Maurice- Vlgnaux forworld 181 n c II balk line billiard- ehamplonhlp a t Paris Intercol leglato football put under ban at liar vard university 000gillet 55loe2t Demogcot at Or milesinord lIatryTennyInjuries McGovern21 AtLoulllvlllepresident 27 Hoppe defeats Slosson for worlds balk forkAprstarts 17 American League baseball season starts Sutton averaged 100 and made atChslcgJonklnforat Kansas City blcYoleriderValue JlttO AmerIcAnWhillt21 Frank Gotch defeated C Olson south 2plonAug 7 Umpires Johnstone and Emslle Natleagueand Chicago forfeited to latter 24 handicapatwith score of 97 targets Sep 3Joe Cans wins lightweight chnm plonshlp from Battling Nelson In 42nd round at Goldfleld Nov on foul IlC M Daniels of New York lower atStOct 2 Manager Prod Tonny announces he Natlonnl clubIXwon worlds championship by defeating Na ChicagoNovbyLouIsville1 racerkUledYork InIr CASUALTIES I Jan 4In Coaldale W Va 23 In mine ex plosion SAt Haverstraw N J U In landslide 9At Minneapolis Minn 11 In hotel fir- eliAt Detroit W Va IS In mine ex plosion 21At Philadelphia Pa 18 In church fire panic 3Off Vancouver Island In Pacific 118 In wreck of steamer Valencia At Sunny side Col S In snowshOe zz5t oteau I T 14 In mine explosion S drownlnKIn12t Portland Ore 4 In business section iTt Maltland Col 16 In mine dust ex plosion 2i dormitorytireMar IAt Meridian Miss 24 In tornado which caused property loss of JIGOOOC- OIt ofbuilding lJrlUhI1C colllslonAtlire IS Near Sllverton Cot 18 in landslides 21In a West Virginia mine explosion 28 In mining district I In landslide 26 Near Natsona Wyo by drowning At New York 4 In lire find explosion Apr 14 Explosion In sun turret of hittlenhlp Kearsarge In Cuban waters kills 7 Injure 1- 422Its mine near Trinidad Col 22 by dust osplOllonGforla1o destroys Belevuo Tox 11 stateMay1toona Pa2S Five at Golconda Nev by drowning as result of breaking of damAtIoulevllle 9 In tran wreck Inn SAt Fast Providence R I 11 In trolley car wreck 7 dmpInand Wisconsin CAt Lafayette Ind Mrs S Gobbau and SagInawtank liAt Murtinevilie N Y IS In wreck 12 gIrlsbylightning23At oy collapse of building TOa J drowningISSep 8Four Italians at Naugatuck by police In dispute 14 Four In tornado In Nebraska IS ClmarronItlver21 Seven at Jelllco Tenn by dynamite explosion property damage JSOOOOO IIIn ofUfosatimated 000 Oct 8Trnln of three electric cars car rying 91 persons jumped from trestlenear Atlantic City N J carrying FlftCour Oot 1 Cloudburst at Mobile Ala causes over Jl000000 damages manymorepassengerskilledlision near Troy N Y 19 FloridaCubaproperty Considerable property damaged by RockiesfromwhIchdetroyed12At Cleveland 0 six by boiler explosion 19Fortytwo lives lost by sinking of Wash23idriver at killed In collision of racing autos SouthernImllwAYcollision near Lynchburg Va byfioodchIldrenburnedN J offraternityNear Lcwlston Me 4 In headon collision F FOREIGN t Jan 2 Rodriguez attacks PUerta platAnSan 2- 54San DomIn Domingo rebels S Morales generals and 120 men killed fr San Domingo rev olution ended with defeat of President Morales and kill Ing of Gen Rod riguez 12 France breaksort diplomatic relation with Vene zuela 14 ExPremier Hal four beaten for arllaImentPres Falleres of weep DrlUJ do 17 M Falilerle electIeltof France 21 dolroyedby2S Venezuela expels all French consuls29 King Christian of Denmark dies at Copenhagen otDenmarkFeb 5Countess nOn de Castellane formerly Anna Gould of New York en LeTs plea for divorce In ParisIS WLowtherofDenmarkFrance5In drowned byLakeB Fucecchlo Italy dance hall panic re suits In 16 deaths 7 French cabinet resigns Three would ofColombiaIlfl Sarrien accepts task of forming new French ministry mine explosion and fire kills 119S In France IIn Arabian rebellion Turkish troops massacre WCOO natives at Satin Arabia 15 killshundreds CubaMaragreement A ofhotel5 German troops wIn ctOry over native loeooil10 bycollapseBlackPopelIreMayParis Over lMW arrests made S PremierWltte1J Palma Inaugurated president of Cuba at Havana mngAlfono Spain and Prin oCEngland MadridCouple assassinsBoa S andinjures lulaJaneekill LeyteP IQueencrowned rulers ofNorway killedIn I near LnnrtnnI toKInGermany5Spanish 47ISFrench army 14 Fire at flu Novgorod Russia de fAmllloshomeleIS Lad Curzon dies In London 10 deatroICW I 2S Band of Pulajanrs on Island or civilianAug ere Hormlgas Island KO drowned oCJesult8IS 110ngIonChina I damageOct miners killed by ex EngNov CountDonICounts plea for alimony denied 17 churchnomeereatesDec 3 Spanish cabinet resigns action hostile demonstration In pulle7Dr to pope died at Rome EL INDUSTRIAL r JFeb I Operators reject demands of mine workers for wnije Increase miners In crease defense fund 13F A Heinz sells Montonncopper In terests to company for warMaranswer questions of Missouri attorney general 2 United Mine Workers nfter second unsuccessful conference with operator decide on strike April 1 Involving both operatoilStLouisstandstill May Anthracite miners vote tnaecept reoturnJun 7 Wages trouble or southwest min ers And Operators settled by John Mitch agreemeat UnltetlZUnoworkingnembeI1lhlpJul Increase of 5 per cent In wages of Northern Michigan copper mine eta- ployce 1 it SO United Mlno Aorkers levy tax of cents per capita for those Idle dunn thousand Mlvc mncreac4NovsysteronpoUTwentyslxth optlIeat13 NntiontFarmerorganizaUoclainis248amueI Clampers rejected MistneapollsSGIn trial of union teamsters at Clilcng 4 guiltyDec Indus Schnectadyo General Electric Co to reinstate 3 bets of unionIC REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA L Jan I Moscow rev crushedlnaurrectio surrendering 4 Terrorists began war Insurgents seize factory In Riga troops batt- eD down doors killing many and capturing 100- S One thousandkilled and 3000 wounded In Mos cow riots 9Near Hazenpol dragoons surround revolutionists kill Inc entire band 12 upArmenian nary In Tint klll log 31 and wound 11 workOct ing aju Nearly Premier Stolyptn attack15Russian major gen omclalFebquelling DaltU province outbreaks hoot more than 70 revolutionists Mar 20 Mutiny among sailor at Seba massacretpr soldier butch ered for refusing to fire on Sebastopo mutineers 8 Governor of Tver killed by bomb It olty1I1a general assassinated al alKlliabethpolcasslnate Vice Admiral Doubasoff at Moscow 10 jmentionU hangingInIS madeInconulI I fights throughout country Jul 11 Attempt made to assassinate Vice Admiral Chuknln at SevAtopol 19Port Arthur commission recommends death for Gen Btoessel for surrendering port parlIamenL23Troopsmutiny AuI Rt Sveaborg ended 3 Governor or Samra killed by bomb 3Bomb Intended to slay Premier Stolyln wreck his villa on Aptekarsky island 32 persons killed premier esi byyoungSep 10At least 300 Jews killed and slaughter at Sledlce 1000 wounded 12 Massacre of Jews at Sledlce ceases 19 Gen Nlcolaleft assassinated at Warsaw Oct Commlsslon appointed by czar finds causes of Cron itadt mutinies largely attributable to ncgllgenco and Inclllciency of officers JOMnS soldiers convicted of plot to blow tryIngCrontadtNov 8 Seven nationalist workmen shot down by socialists at Lodez Dec 1Chlcr ot Police of ICazan assassinatedL1iJ I Jan 2C T Terkes deceased traction magnate gives 760000 to uni versity and making ample provision for wlfo1Jldllhlpmancourt martial or charge of hazing at An napolis Hopklnsvlllo ICy mob takes negro accused of assault from jail and hang him 21Vlllof Marshall Field deceased Chi cage merchant prince opened showing estate of 1100000000 IS000000 left to museum a WilsonSllznerMidshipmanMillerolla 6Dr Q It Simmons PeorlAIIII minis ter bank president kills self when facing exposure of financial metnad and private conduct 1ft Pat Crowds found not guilty of rob AtOmaha17 CongNicholas causlagloss11 Nine hundred Moros slain In 4 days Philippines1SAndrew Ufo trustees before Insurance commit tee at Albany N Y IS ShoboyganVIsnear Ouray Cat cases damage of 18 JjOOOOO Andrew Hamilton shows receipt for hmfundllpany I I 20 declared I v ney Jerome Apr 1 John Alexander DowIe deposed aa i OverseerVoliva7Kansas supreme court rules that Ran IllegaltrustK CityIIIJut S Secretary of State Root sails forS month tour of South America Avig fr Wisconsin railway commissioners render opinion reducing grain rates for state 1 cent per bushel ItGen It B Drown of Kanesvllle 0elected commanderlnchlef of OA flat MlonoapolU Aug 3OW J Drjan welcomed at New 11 York by big gathering of Democrat on I 1jsepUnited States Steel corporation forJ400000OW 9StAndard Oil company finer 3000 at 19 Iehrltlonca turewagon load of army rations Intended fortroops In Wyoming C InTexasfailure to disclose Identity of guilty of rioting at 8 President anti Mrs party left Washington j n comradeI spection Loullls1 x Panama canal on Wasinrton president SpencerJohnwho control Standard Oil Co with subpoenas to appear betoro enedI welghInglaw10Nohcl peace prize valued at tOtw byNorwelanused to establish Industrial peace CQtRImission Ii t t Y otso oeoSo oSofao o oSoUotaomo otao ot o otiotloioeo o rEast Kentucky Correspondence l i News You Get Nowhere Else o R cn iponiint pobllihed nnleu iijnM ta tan by the writer Tee rums o- Ito tot tr publication but IIi l1li irUtnc of good talth Writ pUlaljr nnnoOooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeowwvv JACKSON COUNTY CLOVER IIOXTOM December 23James Baker has titpaceors were present a was reported Sorry to loso such a good instructor and teacher as Miss Moyor John Young of Climax and Oeorf Wild were the guests of Lewis McGuire and family SundayBorn on the 14th to Mr and Mrs John Durham twin boys ono of which is no deadMrs Fred Bales of near this place come near being drowned Wednesday night She was rescued and Dr Baker was summoned Sho is said to be in a critical condition Died on the kith the infant child Mr and Mrs Cassius Van Death was duo to croup James Durhai had a barn raising Wednesday at bis new home Tho ladies also had quilting bee SAND OAF Dec 23Bradley the little son of John Durham was very badly lost a few nights ago The whole neighborhood was aroused in searching for him and after midnight succeeded in finding him at the home of William Morris on Birch LickMrs Newton Hurley and little daughte Gracie have been very sick but are slowly improvingMrs James W Williams and Mrs Isaac Hobbs are on the sick listOra the daughte of Mr and Mrs Sheridan Johnson died of consumption the kith of this month The remains were entered in the Durham cemetery beside thosi of her brother whose death was only one mouth previous to hers It is indeeda sad incident and the com munity extends greatest sympathy to the bereaved familyAndy the sot of Mr and Mrs Austin Huff is very low with typhoidOld aunt Eliza both Williams who has been ill for some time is up againNathan Pearson is having his houses finished He says they will sorter be more comfortable and sorter look better Ifosio and Maggie Harrison went to mill Tuesday Ed Durham is spending Christmas with Wind Cav erites Your correspondent wishes to correct a little mistake made it the printing of the Sand Gap news in the issue of the Citizen ol Dec 0 wherein was stated that Tyler the nursery agent said the sooner he had fruit the sooner he would gel marriedetc Mr Tyler did not say that but C S Durham was putting out his fruit trees and said the earl ier he had fruit the earlier he would get married etcHappy New Year to all JIIDDCE FOlUC Dec 20We have had lots of rain and fine tides for logs floating at this placeWes Angel Robert Tussey and others made a business trip to Livingston MondayMr Daes and John Wilson made a pleas ant call at Wes Angels Saturday night and attended church at Letter Box SundayMiss Demie Colo was the guest of Misses Dellie and Min nie Angel Saturday nightMrs Wes Angel and Miss Dellie Angel visited Mrs Mary Cale Sunday last Mr and Mrs John Summers have a bouncing boy SIAUIDEN Dec 24Sam Wolfewho has been In the picture business has returned home There was a candy party at Andy Minters Saturday night with quite a large crowd in attendance The widow Wilsons children are ill with whooping cough Misses Lottie and Cara Davis attended church at Maulden Sunday There is going to be an exhibition at the Bethlehem School New Years dayWe are having lots of rain and snowFlow ting staves has been the occupation 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 been teaching at Sand Springs returned home FridayMiss Fannie Davis and Miss Maggie Welsh are talking of attending school at Berea this winter IIUllLKY Dec 21There was a big tide in Indian Creek Monday the school teacher being water bound had to dismiss schoolBorn to Mr and Mrs J W Hurely fine girl Sunday morningJ Wand Lewis Marcum of Waneta Kentucky passed thru hero this week buying fur hides Johnie Lake of this place sold Green 4 Lake of Evergreen a mule Monday for 1l0John Morris of this place Is very low with heart troubleJack A Lake and his sons Jobie and Lewis of Horse Lick visited Johnie Lake of tfcfn place Sunday night and attend ed county court at McKee Monday Isaac Morris of Pine Knot visited his brother T L Morris Tuosda night Ellen Roberts was the gues of Kizzio Isaacs and Sitha Friday uightMrs Canada MorrisI and daughter Jaley and Mrs Gjree McColIum of Hooten Creek were the the guests of Mrs John Moore Tues dayEmma and Lizzie Isaacs and their brother Charles Isaacs ofEgypt Kentucky visited at Jacob H Gab bards Saturday nightTommie Angel visited Naunio Gabbard Tues dayMrs Marian Stephens visited Mrs Lillie J Moore Saturday Mrs Letho Gabbard visited at Jacob H Gabbards Wednesday Katheriue McColIum visited her daughter Sarah B Hurley Wednesday Sitha Angel and Kizzie Isaacs visited at W M Hurleys MondayLouis Gabbard who has been staying with Mrs Fanny Hays of McKee visited homo folks on Hooten Creek Sunday Old Mr Cornelius Roberts died Thursdaymorning of consumption he had been nearly down for several years He leaves four children to mourn his death His remains will be taken to the Hamilton Graveyard near McKee MADISON COUNTY nVLlrTU Dec 21Mrs John Tumor and family loft last Friday for Illinois where they will make their home Mrs Banner Lynch is on the sick list Mr John Hirloy has returned from Illinois and is visiting his sis ters at Duluth Mrs Martha Hunter and Mrs Sarah WebbWhile on his way to Irvine drummer Wilson celled at I A Hunters Friday Friday night a Christmas tree and a box supper was held at the school house a fine time was reported ESTILL COUNTY VAGK11SVIIIK Dec 24Mr and Mrs J M Edwards are the proud parents of a fine boy born the 20thMisses Nettie and Bessie Wagers who have been in school in Richmondare spending the holidays at home on Station CampMr Vernon Scrivner was the guest of Jim Bill Wagers Saturday nightMiss Retba Scriv isr Messrs J B Wagers Ambroso Wilson Jim Warford Ambrose Wagers and Vernon Scrivner were the guests of Misses Kathryn and Fannie Wagers Saturday night and SundayMrs A E Scrivner is isiting her daughter Mrs Jeff Wagers this weeklIr James Wilson of this place and Miss Carrie Iayha of Middletown Ohio werei married at the brides home Dec 10 and came to Kentucky to make their uture home we wish them a long and j happy lifeMr Wm Fox is very low with typhoid foverMrs W F Parsons of Hamilton Ohio is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 0 W Irvine near Wagersville DID YOU KNOW The College Boarding Hall was nev er so popular as this year During th first weeks of the fall term the young men at the Hall gained an average of 788 pounds apiece and the young la dies gained on an average 619 pounds each That means good living The College has now a really fine gymnasium floor with considerable apparatus and a regular Instructor Every student who does not have Just enough manual labor and many who do will here find a chance to exer else 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 lick without extra charge What Is still better the doctor looks after the health of the students all the time BO as for the most part to prevent them from getting sick Uncle Samuels New Years Dau It Has risen Shortened to Four Hour by Hu Insular Acquisitions I F the people of tbo greater United States and territories want to eel ebrate New Years all on the iatue ilay they would better net up early and stop celebrating early In some parts thereof There will be about three hours and forty minutes only when It will bo Tuesday Jon 1 over nil the United States possession This does not take Into consideration tho Aleu tlan Islands Even that International date lino In the middle of the Pacific where days are lost and gained Is twisted and turned about when It gets up among the Aleutlnns Singularly enough those possessions In the Pacific Hawaii and Guam which lie comparatively near each oth lID riiAjrroM STILL CKCTSES ABOUT er will have to be more careful not to celebrate New Tears on two different days than will Porto like and the Phil ippines That Is because they lie tho one on the ono side and the other on the other of the mystical line In the Pacific the place where the day begins That line Is the antipodes of the meridian of Greenwich and Ii taken by common consent of the nations as tho birthplace of the new day and the bur- Ial place of the old one When It Is noon at Greenwich It Is midnight on that line If we stand looking toward the north tho old day Is ending on our left and tho new day Is beginning on our right There east and west meet Miles across the seas to our right Is Hawaii our fur western possession and away to our left Is Guam our far eastern possession Now three hours and forty minutes after tbai midnight of Monday strikes from tho church towers of Honolulu and Tuesday Jan 1 begins the watchman In the streets of Guam iif there Is a TUB COLLEGE HAND watchman will cry out tho midnight hour and Jan 2 will begin for Guam Meantime here In tho United States wo have a considerable margin of safety Until recently the most eastern town in tho United States was Eastpart Me But now even leaving out far Guam and the Philippines we have right on the Atlantic coast a moro eastern city than Eastport In San Juan Porto Rico through which pastes tho sixtysixth meridian west from Greenwich So starting from San Juan and go Ing west until our west becomes cast in order that the Porto Ricans the down eastern the Now Yorkers the Chlcogoltes the San Franciscans the Hawaiians and the people of Guam may drink a glass with Governor Gen eral Smith at Manila we will fir the time of drinking the toast In San Juan at tblrtyfllx minutes past 7 In the morning It Is then high noon at Greenwich and we have a margin of r TAUT OF TIn FI11ST lEAf ACADKMY CLASS Ilrenrumrenbenttoleech will return fur winter term safety for the United SbilM In setting In a celebration ot Now Yonr on the same day At noon Greenwich Jan 1 tho following will bd tho times of day at tho places named boson Ban Juno Porto Sure r= eeleek e m Bastport tT1terehMk ft m New VrkTOtaIoak ft m- Chkcao e08 eWock ft ra Ran HraitclMO H elock a m Honolulu tlt ettoek a m OiMtn 119 odoek p m Manila 10 tfttoric p m That Is about as fair an arrangement as can be mado though It gives the Hawnllaus only two hours and twenty minutes to celebrate Tbo International date line In the Pacific whore the day begins follows tho ono hundred and eightieth meridian for most of its course In the south Pacific however It Is deflected to tho eastward Just north of FIJI and docs not gut beck to the meridian again until It roaches 65 degrees south latI- tude In the north Pacific It Is sent to the westward to avoid tho Aleutian is sands This Is to keep It off the land so that there will be no community where It Is today on one side of the I street and tomorrow on The other Ships In crossing this lino either add a day or drop a day according to which way they are going There Is a legend of an old Spanish ship of the days of exploration which once crossed this lino without knowing It and lost a day When she got back to port a dry short she was sent out again to dn l tho day and her phantom still cruises bout In the middle of tho pacific ocean looking for the loaf day New York Press For SaleI have for sale 00 acres of land lyingnear tho pike and on tho Gar rard county line 2J or 3 miles west from Borea adjoining the land of Frank Taylor I also have ono sorg hum mill and evaporator at my place I wish to sell Call on or address me at Kirksville Ky JAMES R HENRY Till NKW CIIAlKI hulk by Student ut llrrra Cullrc e HOUSES TO RENT For Families Educating Their Children Tho College Treasurer has several desirable dwellings to rent to families who wish to spend a term or moro in Borea for tho benefit of t9c their children Houses liko tho above containing four rooms furnished with bedsteads tables chairs heating and cooking stoves rout for eight dollars per term Other houses containing sealed rooms or with barns and gardens for somewhat higher rental Preference given always to families with children to educate For regulations and further particulars address the Treasurer or call on him at his office in tho rear of tho Library Building any morning at 045 T J OSBORME Treasurer u Seeing the Southwest EXCURSIONS Doubtless you have heard of tho bumper crops which have been lraised in Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and Now Mexico Have you compared them with results obtained in your sectionT Is your work whero you aro bringingyou adequate returns for tho capital invested and tho labor expended injIf not a change would bo beneficial perhaps A visit to the west will open your eyes Out hi Oklahoma the last big land ing is soon to take place farms are still very cheap In Western L Arkansas Northern Louisiana and the Gulf Coast of Texas Let us give 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 to Southwestern points the First and Third Tuesdays- of each month d 0 H Lee Con Pass Alt J NCornitxar A 0 P A Frisco Little Rock Ark Memphis Tenn H I McGuire Olst Pass Act Cincinnati 0 ROCK ISLAND FRISCO LINESICINCINNATI OUIOrAlways Remember the Full Name Laxativ Bromo Quinine1l Cures aCold in One Day Grip in Twot f OMTh i