You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Thursday, January 17, 1907. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1907 cit1907011701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Thursday, January 17, 1907. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t roelorooeoIoououoIooodEREA o E ALBERT COOXPhD Managero e atitangopreeaSAercaXyanoade W 1 0- o o ootlooollooosoSoIollotlo VIII Fivo contn n copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 1007 One Dollar a year No II IDEAS UNCLE J5BI3 SAYS Wlramen who wmr shoes largo emit- elf em glnrally make good wins A nun nuiy be his own boot friend but ho cant borrow from himself when hes broke Its no dlagiuce lu bo poor but thats about nil yer kin say In MVIT ItTh men who are always shawln a big roll uv munny are th Innlwt tu oorrowfrom It yer has her clothes made hIa nvxllsto yor kin ave mtmny by In her patronize a drwwmaker When there olnt no one else eu blamo fer yer mistakes wives are ratty useful All bibles are either brought by storks er left In a IEIAL on the door altp but nobody ever iww tie BUtrk er the bisklt Journal of Agriculture BEREA COLLEGE WINTER TERM OPENED JANUARY 2 With Ltrf f t Crowd of Students v- elbrd r In Cattrn Kentucky SPECIAL PAIRS will bo taken U provide for ttlll ethers who art delayed- by klfh water or by schools not yet Ialsbd FROM THE WIDE WORLD A full council of the French Bishops flat been summoned to mot IGth ID Lards to discuss the skwtLlo- of the Oithallc Church and Prnnoe Junes Bryce the newly appointed DrlUah AmUwador to the United Sfotra It tn be the guest of tho ill KtliM 8 dety of Inndon at n bin quest on February C at whlcJi Field Marshal Lord Unterts Is to prrelde Thera was A grunt drinonstmtlon BBaUjBt tho Catholic prlrets It IJI1 boa Spain BumUy and a similar OM- It Sin Sebastian whfro 30000 persons jorodrdTibout tho town OUR OWN COUNTRY Itoproeontutlva Murphy of puttlngI thing to bar tho sale of liquor iu the four big towns of Missouri on Sunday U le a gold thing to bar i J1oeJbri1obilln CongrcM Monday looking to that very Tho bill amends tho present relating to npecial taxes on liquor by providing Nor shall V the payment of any such tax authorize permit or be deemed to include the nalo of any liquor on the first day of the woot commonly cnllodSuncIny I Any person who nulls liquor on Sunday ball forfeit hi stamp and no further stamp ball bo lasted to him In addition bo shall bo punished b a fine of from 1000 to 2000 null imprisonment from six months to two years While it Is unlikely that the liquor interests will over allow this bill oven to come to n vote in Con grew it has the right on its side A committee from tho Sennto wit go to IJ row 8VIII e Texas to gather tvldonco regarding the riot In which the negro ruops turtle I PIted It Is bllevf President Iloosuvclt will b Butrtulned by tho Senate Champ Clark will be the Iruder of the dMMocratio minority in tho next congress Mr Clark ha a mijortty of Uilrtone of the democrats pledg ed to him who will aminose the min ority of the uext congress Ho Is ono i of Hrjnns most loyal alwrenU while Mr Vlllkuns Uio pn cnt domocratlc Jta4cp differs with Bryan In regard to his pofliioa odMoaxtlnK the govern raent ownorrfilp of railroads A special from Oklahoma siys that President Roosevelt may refuse to litk claim the constitution of the new eta e on account of a proposal clause for Bepaiutlon of whites and ncffrocs An tmlwn not nitlonal convention for the extension of foreign commerce will be held 4n WnshlnRiin this wtvlc Pr dut Roosovelt Is expected to od dues tho QDnvcnLlon on Wnlncadiy mad Sjcrtusry Root will also prolubly take putt The preti Ins sent to flue semi a message urging action hy Congress towardboUralnK the sltintbn ouiad by the brtuk In tho Colorado river intarnprttogaboandtty1 thoImplCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY A herculean effort will be made during tho week Monday 3January 21 to complete tho fund I400UO required to give Kentucky proper representation at the James Exposition The Exposition will open at Norolk VU April 2C next and promises to be one of tho most Intertttlng Worlds Falra ever held The Keentucky Oenonal Assembly fall 11td to provide a fund for a Suite Bull = or a State Exhibit and the task must be carried out by the cttltans of this Commonwealth Members of fr w fe THECITIZEN O JANUARY certainly commencing ANOTHER KIND OF ROBBERS The kind that breaks into my house and steals my money I dont like very much However I can earn souls more money and get over the loss The kind of robbers that steal away my right to my share in the government ot my state and nation I hate They are not only enemies of mine but of the whole State and if a large number of the voters of the state have suchmen to represent them then I am sorry for them are represented by thieves and their property will be as in their hands as property generally is in the hands of thieves The Gerrymander is a weapon by which representation ous weapon than the revolver which the holdup man uses Some day it will explode and kill the politi cal party which has been using it legislatureto counties whose total in was about legiglaturet twentytwofirst ought to have six they received six of the Stolen in addition It be that the alitintendwho planned the robbery There is only one way theycan prove that they were honest in that matter and that is by thenplundered counties The Gerrymander has been used by political robbers of both parties Let us make such an outcry against it that no representative of ours will ever dare make use of it and that it may be sent to the museum where the instruments of tyrants of past ages are exposed tho Kentucky Jamestown Exjiosi lion ConiiJiKBlon of which Colonel J a Johnston U president iravo been devoting their tlmo and services grot ulloualy to tide nmomcnt and now they call on the public spirited citi zena of the state arguing con siderable force that Kentucky parti clintlou In tho Expositor will mean assistance toward the general devel opment of tho state It is further thngbtort twtItion Believing that tho public spirited citizens and business enterprises of Kentucky will nut Permit tho stnAo to go unrepresented the Kentucky Com mission has alroady secured an ideal site for a State Building and has begun the collection of the logs which will be uteri In n replica ot the of Boonecsboro Kentuckys proposed structure ot the Pale It is hoped to FebImary for the building and exhibits from this Hate Tho week of Jan 21 hns horn de signaled us Kentucky Jamestown Wrtfk A personal canvass for funds will be mule In every county In the state An equitable division of the sum expected from the entire state hus been made Each county to re quested to rates a sum amounting toe 1 per of the revenue turned over by the county to the State Trearury for the fiscal ymr ending Juno 30 1905 Each manly in tho state has much natural wealth and many possl blllties to offer to outside Investors and It Is felt that an clabaiule cx hlbit and a Stato Dullding will attract attention to Kentucky and arouse In JlosslbllIFor the counties of this congress lanai district vice chiirmen ot the division ot finance have been appoint eel and the respective counties are ask ed to subscribe to the fund as fol Eighth District Anderson JtGOGS Llllalrd Carter Lawrertceburg Coun ty Chairman Boyle 41102 J A Qulscnbrrry Danvlllo County Chalr man Ojrrard 25294 John JI Fiir ra Lancaster County Clwlrnun Jes famine 2S253 U C RlcMurtry Caun JasuIUchIr cer 29364 W W Stephonsen Hat rodsburg County dialrmin Hock oiotle CCll Dr A C Vernon County Chairman ShulbYI ShelbyvilloCounty Wm J Truu Thy1oRivllle County CJialrniiaii Total 2S60C4 toraRivers and ILirbora Dill which his been agreed upon of this 4ai4000 fs to be used to raise the level of the dam deepening the chin nel as fat as Madison Ind Former Governor W 0 Bradley will not on any condition be a cm dldato for Oovernor of Kentucky but he would gladly consent to being el ected to tho United States Senate should the republicans have a ma jority In the next Kentucky Legis lature ii gnat university for Louisville Is INW assured with an endowment at the start of fully 2000000 John D Rockefeller 16 the man who has oereed to give as much as 2000000 to the university If dollar for dollar shall be rinsed for his gift A plan has tat ra practically agreed upon whcrebyJlUis University of Louisville willewith the proios d ualvcralufeS IBdlfJWnnd MotboSlat Cf1UrchesoI Methodist Church luis already on hi the sum of 256000 The Baptfii Church his promised 260000 TJie hoard ot Education on organlzlUun endowed by Andrew Qarnegie has ai i su promised to contribute John Smith under Indictment for complicity In the murder of Dr B D Co w Jackson has made a written confession This Etotemcat utronb ly implicates James Harcits Ed Oil laluin and Elbert Hargla and fully ugrecu with the confession made BOCK months ugo Asburj Spicer Smith It Is sold has ulso coafcBJcd to bay lug a part In the Cbckrell and Marco m murdersTho situation along tho lute again readied a serious stage ofKcntuckythe danger line with n further rise expected The Wealhep Bureau has Kentuckydrop to twenty degrees THE NEW KENTUCKY ataam slid Emereon Is almost nn Englishman Gross Is almost a Kentuckiin Kentackygleaming forges no din of factories colossal motIernAmerloonJuUgo the state thus tar as an agri cultural state tho people as an agrl cultuial people In time no doubt LbeI rest will some All things are here devewpmelltTheverge an em of long delayed ac buildlugtimber Theta soon shall be opened new fields for commercial and Indut trial cfatmllzatlon But hitherto In K nfiucky R has lifeshouldand be In unison with the stow unfold ing of the scusons Business has not verydepthsexigence flans will reveal a bottom not of racTcanUle but of social Ideas purplehavenoticeable not in their business Jwus tltclrhomes alltlhehad his Immediate origin in thlIwoods and fields moregoo1population of the west and at the Chief Contents of This Number ONEMeal WorldInCommnnweallh of Kentucky Kdltorlnl A nor Kind of Ilalilirn llnriiNewJAGK TWO UdroomlIrlnlTh uelutnumtSundRJ IAOU TIinEE Ilorra nod Vicinity Culleg Items PAGE FOUR Nntlnnnl TAW Needed to Correct Child la bor Kvll- Influence of Vrng Enrntng on Women IlettjrflrrcnloUtlrnl TalkTemperance Note PAUE FIVE OnrdeeAof hearts No B PAOid SIX The Uorac Meat Th School The Ancient Education nnd time Mfxlrrn Kind by A F llouion SheepStudentEighth Kentucky Illitorj PAGE SEVEN Newt front Everywhere IleceutHtnteXewFADE XIOHT Kaftem Kentucky Correipondeiio Lntett tfarkt Reports Instead the Serial The serial which has been running for several montha Tha Grafters Is concluded In this tame For the next two weeks wo shall have good short stories complete In each issue and probably begin a now serial Watch for announcement in next weeks Citizen In about a week wo shall a list ot about thirty pretty novelties to otter J new subscribers for The Cit izen These with our fountain pen killer sclsrors and premiums t bring In hundreds of new subscriptions Write for premium list and terms to agents present moment she has a large num ber of sons In Important public po BJtlonfl but these men with rare exception have owed their promotion to the gifts of nature unaelped by education lint the time when men can win without aq education has passed away So U Is that In the last two generations Kentucky has been let behind by her less well endowed but more aptly trained competitors end Ulla will atlll bo true unless 8hamee t IUL1utour forefuthers faced the difficulties and dangers of their development r time has at last arrived when bthe mis and daughters ot Kentucky begin to raallzo that being born in Kentucky Is not sufficient to carry them through this life with flying colors but that It they keep i aco the progress and advancement of their neighbors they must tarn their bread by tho sweat of their own brow The KerUucklans have at last awakens to the fact that they make the most of the talents they have Dr that which they have win be taken away from them and given to their Slater rstates This awakening Is the reason she is called the New Ken tucky Kentucky as she Is today presents attractions which are found In but few It any other regions of the world SIt dated in the heart ot the American states beyond the reach of foreign intrusion she is rich In genial climate rich In her agricultural products rich in her beautiful farms and grazfng hinds rich In her magnificent scenery and the abundant ores of her moun talus and above all rich in a popu enterprlslog Wo realize the groat mistake our an cestors made in not developing the SOurces about them and not estab llnhlng better school systems I can never be grateful enough to theme for the priceless inheritance which they left us namely the high Ideal of true manhood and womanhood Kentucky Is beginning to make use of the material which the all bound ful Father has put here but If ella Is to amount to real imp itnnce in the world she will never lose sight of her priceless Inheritance Tho tlmo Is not flir off when man shall nave atollI doll In ou state No longer does the Blucghwa InillOlknows Unit the wealth of his state lies in the mountains There Is a new era dawning in Ken sadfeltnear at hind when Kentucky will have her own manufactories her oWn ngrl cultural products her own good edu hopoInlaughters Advancement at present is being made along educational industrial and commercial lines Tho school laws passed by the re legislature trove been n great Improvement over the former laws flat lows themselves are of little value un less enforced With theso laws cn potiMotMd on JHghth i ew4 eloeoeoeoeoeoeoeolooroo i y is I r yVIfyou want to earn some iImoney write to The Clt o eIzen S for terms to agentsa ioeoeo0oeulsooOooooooifI Vol 17 81 wlfo IN Mis end law d4iit town with Fort cent lows by Ohio upon Kwut of then have bcok The with must Few People Give Enough Thought to the Earning Capacity of a Dollar it p When you look at a dollar dont think of how much it will buy but HOW MUCH IT WILL EARN When you form the habit oft taking this view of your dollars you find l yourself starting on the only straight andIsure road to wealth Idle dollars are more use to the world than idle men Every dollar you make over the cOlt of your actualInecessities should immediately be placed un der the safeguard of a strong bank and keptIIbusily at work earning other dollars for you 11 We pay four per cent on Savings Accountsfand figure the interest Every Six CAPITAL 5000000tJ J Moore President W H Perter Cashier I II CLOSING OUT SALE I Everything to be Sold by April 1st PF PER1OLP r4 ALREADYz Dry Goods and Notions Hats Caps Shoes General Hardware FarminglTools Queensware Tinware Gen eral Merchandise 5000 Worth of Goods MUST BE CLOSED OUT Fi JrIn W The Charter of the Berea National Bank No 8435 treasury department fftce of Comptroller of the Currency Washington D C November 17 1906 WHEREAS by satisfactory evidence presented to the un BerearMadison and State of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United States required te be complied with before an association shall be authorized to commence the business of Banking Now THEREFORE I Thomas P Kane Deputy and Act ing Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that The Berea National Bank in the Town of the County of Madison and State of Kentucky is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in Section Fifty one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF witness my hand and seal of office this seventeenth day of November 1906 t SEAL T P KANE Deputyand Acting Comptroller of the Currency hank open December I- SE d WELCH Pres WRIGHT KELLY VicePrts J L GAY CashierIf J SERIAL MY COLORADO BEDROOM try Colorado bedroom has no limit to Hi wall Iti toot la In the heavens and the heavy dews that tan sprinkle fir and lawn and carpet paint the colon In the rose That blooms around my bedroom and blossoms In the mows Mjr bedroom U as broad as It la It longjGod Almighty laid the corner spread the carpet on the floor That changes as the seasons chance with everything outdoor My Colorado btdroom has no lock upon Its door No curtains on Its wlndowa and no chairs upon Its floor The smoke goes through the celling and as I ret from care 111 never find a sweeter place when I get over there4 My Colorado bedroom U out lu the open air- Thcrea no mortgage on Its freehold and no landlord anywhere The snow blows through the attic but the sun shines In the door tatted down through angels Oncers and spread out upon tho floor My Colorado bedroom Is very dear to me Wllh the silent stars above It ahlnlns like an astral sea And when this life Is over and the pearly Rates I see May I reat within Its bosom It ta heaven enough for me iA Denver Post THE- GRAFTERS 2J- JJlRANCI5 LYNDE lOwrte IM bl Th Bjt XfTlU Ooj iTIYVEneBecause I shouldnt be able to realize a single one of your Ideals I know what they arewhat you will j expect In a wife I could make you a 1 rich man a successful man as the world measures success and perhaps I could even give you love after the iflrst flush of youth Is past the heaven Jyafflnlty sentiment loses Its bold end a woman comes to know that If she cares to try bard enough she can love any man who will be thoughtful and gentle aad whose habits of life arc sot hopelessly at war with her own But that kind of love doesnt breed love Your vanity would pique itself for a little while + and then you would know the turn of unsought lovo and murder me iayour4Keart a thousand times a day 3vld I nave read you to little purpose U these are the things you will ask of the woman who takes your name and becomes the mother of your children She had risen aad was standing beside his chair with her hand lightly touching Ills shoulder Will you go now There arc others coming and He made his adIeux gravely and went away half dazed and a prey to many emotions but strangely light hearted withal and as once before he walked when ho might have ridden But the mixedemotion mood was not immortal At the Clarendon he found a committee of Civic leaguers waiting to ask him if be would stand as a good government candidate in the special election to fill the house va cancy In the capital district and In the discussion of ways and means and the MtUnc of political pins which fol lowed there was little food for semi xaent It was three weeks and more after GOT Marston0 call summoning the assembly for an investigative session Kent bad fought his way triumphant ly through the special election to a seat In the house aided and abetted Manfully by Ormsby Hlldrcth and the entire TransWestern Influence and vote And now men were beginning to say that without tho tireless blows of tho keenwitted sharptongued young corporation lawyer the juntoi night still have reasserted But the house committee of which Kent was the youngest member and the chairman had proved Incorrupti ble and the day of the Gaston wolf pack was over Ucadricks resigned to escape a worse thing Mclgs came over to the majority with a show of beartlncee that made Kent doubly watchful of him heads fell to tho right and left until at the last there was left only ono member of the orig inal cabal to reckon with the judicial tool of the capitol ring Kent had hesitated when MacFar lanes name came up and the judge never knew that he owed bin escape from the Inquisitorial house commit tee and his permission to resign on the plea of broken health toa young woman whom he had never seen It was Elinor Brentwood who was his intercessor and the occasion was the last day of the third week of the tetra session a Saturday afternoon and a legislative recess when Kent 4 tad borrowed Ormabya autocar and r had driven Elinor and Penelope out to Pentland place to look at a house be was thinking of buying For with means to Indulge It Kents Gaston bred mania forplunglng in real estate bad returned upon hint with all the acuteness of a half atlsfted passion They had gone alt over the house and grqunds with the caretaker and wfaea there was nothing more to see Penelope had prevailed on the woman to open the Venetians la the mtwlc ruoHi There was a grand piano Ik Ik ace of senor presided ova tf a meclmnlcaf pianoplayer aid Peas lope went Into ecstasies of mockery Walt till I can find the music scrolls and Ill hypnotize you she said gleefully and Kent and Elinor beat a hasty retreat to tho wide entrance hall- I dont quite understand it was Elinors comment when they had put distance between themselves and Pen elopes joyous grlndingout of a Wag ner scroll It looks as If the owners had just walked out at a moments noticeThey did said Kent They went to Europe I believe And by the way I think I have a souvenir hero somewhere Will you go up to the first landing of the stair and point your finger at that window She did It wondering and when he had too line of direction ho knelt In tho cushioned wIndowseat and began to probe with the blade of his pen knife in a small round hole in tho woodworkWhat IU she asked coming down to stand beside him This He had cut out a flattened bullet and was holding it up for her to see It was meant for me and Ive always had an Idea that I heard It strike the woodwork For you Were you ever hero when the house was occupied Yes once It Is the Senator Duvall place This Is the window where 1 broko in She nodded Intelligence I know now why you are going to buy It Tho senator is another of those whom you havent forgiven Ills laugh was a ready denial- I have nothing against Duvall He was one of Bucks dupes and he Is paying the price The property is to be sold at a forced sale and It Is a good Investment Is that all It means to you It Is too fine to be hawked about as a thing DON T BITE SAID I IIAVEXT BEEN TRUE TO MY IDEALS to make money with Its a splendId- ly Ideal homeleavIng out that thing that Penelope Is quarreling with And she made a feint of stopping her earsHe laughed again Ormsby says I ought to buy it and marry and settle down She took him seriously You dont need It Miss Van Brock has a very lovely home of her own she said soberly- It was at his tongues end to tel the woman ho loved how the woman he did not love had refused him but he saved himself on the brink and said Why Miss Van Brock Because she Is vindictive too and But I am not vindictive Yes you are Do you know any thing about Judge MacFarlanes fam ily affalrsrA He has three daughters one of them rather unhappily married I believe Have you considered the cost to these three women if you make their fathers name a byword in the city where they were born He should have considered it was the unmoved reply David she said and he looked up quickly Yow want me to let him resign Jt would be compounding a felony He Is a Judge and he was bribed thecushionedplead with him You must let him go she Insisted It Is entirely In your hands as chair man of the house committee the gov ernor himself told me so I know all you say about him is true but he Is old and wretched with only a little while to live at best There was a curious little smile curl Ing his lip when he answered her He has chosen a good advocate It Is quite like a man of his stamp to try to reach mo through you David she said again Then I really shouldnt know him If I were to see him Then why he began but thero was a love Ilght In the bluegray eyes to set his heart afire You are doing this for me ho said trembling on the verge of things unutterable Yes You dont know how It hurts me to see you growing hard and merci less as you climb higher and higher In the path you have marked out for yourselfThe path you have marked but for mo he corrected Do you remember our little talk over the embers of the fire In your sittingroom at home I knew then that I had lost the love I might have won but the desire to beth kind of leader you were describing was born la me at that moment i havent always been true to ttte Ideal I couldnt be lacking the right to wear your colon on my heart Doatl aka aldi iaveat ban k true to my Ideali I1 sold the David She was In his arms when site saW QultlostIll never believe that ho said lOT ally But if you did well buy them backtogether w Penelope was good to them It wia full halfhour before she professed herself satisfied with the mechanical pianotoy and when she was through she helped the woman caretaker to shut tho Venetians with clanging that would have warned the most obl- ivIous pair of lovers And afterward when they were tree of the house she ran ahead to the waiting autocar leaving Kent and Elinor to follow at a snails paCt down the leafcovered walk to the gate There was a cedar hedge to mark tho sidewalk boundary and white It still screened them Kent bent quickly to the upturned faco of hap piness One more ho pleaded and when he had it Do yjau know now dearest why I brought you here todayto She nodded joyously- It Is the sweetest old place And David dear well bring our ideals all of them and It shall be your haven when thO storms beat TIlE END lilt Cnron Last Trip Rebelling at the tameness of ranch tog and horse trading and wagon rat ficlng longing once more for the free dam of the trapping trail Kit Carson sent word among his old friends the tree traders of the Ttockici and made up a party of 18 old tlmo longhaired men They sallied forth with rifle and ax and pack and jingling trap chains In the fashion of tho past making once more deep Into the heart of tho Rock ies They visited tho Arkansas the Green the Grand tho White the Lara mlo all the loved and lovable park of tho mountains They came back through the Raton mountains with abundant fur They said It was their last trail ihat they had visited the streams which they loved In order that they might shako hands with them and say goodby The expedition was made for sheer love of the old lie which they knew had now gone for ever Outing Handicapped Succenor In the majority of cases said Sea ator Depew a formal personal ad dress Is simply a string of fulsome compliments and professions indis criminately lavished upon any indi vidual in authority In order to assure him of tho particular personal and ex elusive veneration In which he Is held by those who would pay equal hontS to any one else if he possessed eqii power r The best reply I ever heard of such an address was made by James I when certain of his subjects expressed a wish that he might reign over them as long as sun moon and stars should endure I suppose then observed the mon arch you mean my successor to reign by candle lightN Y Herald Slow a Politician Lout Ilia Leg Gomer DavIes was stumping along by tho tide of Ed Hoch the republican candidate for governor of Kaa sas one day when a bystander asked Iwassponded the captain Thats Gomrr KansanI I asked thebystanderOh I the captain disgustedly he lost It hoppln from one political party to the other 1I And Davies thought the Joke good enough to print in his own papery Kansas City Journal When We Didnt Care for Japan When the first embassy from Japan arrived in Washington member of the senate roee and said Mr President the Seat ambassadors tram the Tea erable country of Japan are about to arrive I move the senate do now ad bourn to meet and welcome tho Japanese I Immediately another senator was on his feet not to second the motion but to say sharply Sir Presi dent I humbly trust the senate of the United States of America will not ad joura for every show that cornea along That settled ItMrs Roger A Fryers Reminiscences I Agreed with Both Horace Grecley was the author of a style in editorial writing which had been often imitated but probably I never equalled During his editorship two newspapers neither of which was friendly to Greeley became engaged in a violent altercation The argument grew warmer until each paper openly called the other a liar It was the opportunity Greeley had been waiting for He announced in his paper that he had the honor to agree with bot of his distinguished contemporaries N Y Herald TIckllah Name marIIpresided at the Chelmsford Assizes Does Tlckell waa the plinlltr Her counsel a solemn young barrister named Stanton opened the cue thus Tlckell the plaintiff my lord Era kIne dryly Interrupted him with Oh tickle her yourself Mr Stanton would be unbecoming to my posl N Y Tribune lit The Debtor Bustler Doat you believe the world owe you a living Hostler Yea but the trouble Is it woat pay up and I have to work to collect the money Detroit Fm Prow t 101 lv A nevotviNa BOOKCASK Piece of Furniture for Library Which Boy Can Build One of tho prettiest ways to keep books is in n revolving bookcase These can bo lied at furniture stores but tbo cost Is usually somewhat high and this thero Is much moro pleas tire In nVttap a thing than In buying It cspeclali when tho article Is so easily mado ae Is a book case of this styloTo begin at the foundation one needs first tho base and standard Two pieces similar to that shown In Fig 1 are needed for the base These are halved together and a stout standard Inserted as shown In Fig It The base pieces should each be about two feet long and the standard hard wood ono and a half Inches In dlamo ter should be three feet In height abovo the base The top of this stand and should be very smoothly rounded as the weight of the whole CAse III to rest upon this top and rcrolvo about upon 1t- The making of the shelves comes next explains tho Orange Judge Farm cr The lowest of all Is shown In Fig HI The four side boards should bo six or seven Inches wide according to the also of the books to be accom modated The lower shelf can bo soy en Inches wide and the others six and five an onehalf respectively it that will suit the varied sizes of books The corner joints of thouo shelves are put together by halving ono pleco upon another but ono halt need not como qulto to tho front edge of the other Across from one side to the other Is nailed a thin strip with open ing In tho center for tho standard to pass through This will hold the low or part of the book case steadily in The Completed Case place Tho second shelf need not have this cross piece but tho next ono above should havo It At tho back edge of each shelf a thin strip across In both directions thin strip Is nailed projecting two Inches above the shelf to hold the books from slipping back The maga zinc shelf noxt to tho top should have a strip across In both directions as these strips are to rest upon the top of tho standard and should be extra strong as the Weight of the whole case and the books will como upon thorn A little plato of Iron should bo screwed to the under side of the under cross piece for the top of the stand ard to rest against This will insure as little friction as possible The rim at the back edge of this magazine shelf should extend up and touch tho top of tho book case that this top may bear Its part In supporting tho weight of tho books The flat strips of wood that are screwed with roundhead screws to tho corners fhould be stout enough to hold the weight that will be upon the shelves A good size for tho caso is 18 or 20 Inches square It can bo made of plno nrwbltowood then stain ed It desired Tho top is not of no PARTS OF THE CASE Fig 1Section of Base Fig ItSase Complete Fig III Details of the Lower Shelf dodblo thickness but has an Inch square strip screwed beneath It a lit tie tack from tho edge to which tha upper ends of the corner strips are screwed Tho top should bo a little larger than the shelves to afford the required projection Ingenious Lad So you want a position 1 asked tho business man of tho brlght faced youth What can you say In your favorSir replied tho earnest lad I waa given letters of recommendation bur b school CITteacher and That will do I am afraid we have no place forBut I tore their letters up sir I thought that the beet recommenda andtture speed boll Youre engaged IGood fi1 i cs1 t ifr CHEMICAL EXPERIMENT How an Egg Can Be Kept In Center et Liquid Mass To keep an egg continually rotating In tho midst of a liquid nines without over allowing It to como up to the sur taco or to fall down to tho bottom is a feat which docs not seem easy to perform Owing to a peculiarity of tho composition of tho shell tho ex periment IK easily made and will at ford entertainment as well as impart sonic knowledge The eggshell contains a considerable amount of calcium carbonate and will evolve carbon dioxide gas when Pouring the Acid Into the Jar submerged in a solution of hydro chloric acid Tho reaction differs how over from that which takes placo un der similar circumstances with ordinary limestone tho organic matter which enters In tho composition of tho shell causes most of tho gaseous bubble to remain attached to the egg They Increase Us bulk and hinder the contact of tho acid with the shell to such an extent that a solution which would in a tow minutes consume a piece of marble tho site of a nut takes several hours to dissolve the thin shell of an egg Tho phenomenon says tho Scientific American Is most Interest ing to observe when produced by moans of tho following apituntua Tako a glue jar and halt fill It with water Then by means of a glass tubo which reaches to the bottom of tho jar pour an equal amount of hydrochloric acid under the water as shown In Fig 1 until tho water rises to tIle top of tho jar If no effort be made to mtx the two liquids they will remain neatly separated for days the density of com menial hydrochloric acid being greater than that of water Let an egg sink gently Into the water It will pass through It reach the hydrochloric acid zone there almost Instaptancously becomecovered with a think layer ot bubble These decrease its density and prevent Its farther downward progress Tho egg does not como up to the top however but settles on Ute dividing lino between tho two liquids There It begins to revolve slowly around Its greater axis and will keep up that queer motion for more than EBQ Rotating In the Jar an hour TIlt bubbles on the top ot tho egg gradually dissolve In the water while they Increase at the bottom which fa nearer the acid The donblo process continually raises the center of gravity of the egg and Its rotation is duo to this continued alteration Speaking Well of Him We wore trying to teach our little lad aged flvo years to speak well of tho absent At dinner Jio began to relate a personal encounter between himself and another little boy and seeing reproof on our faces ho halted a mlnuto and then resumed with a deep sigh Well mamma Roy Is a real strong boyanotnor slg1lJand hos got a good educatloiU Yputlis Companion 1 Johnny Elephrnts Busy Day This Is what I call all right Wont papa bo pleased when he finds Ive Ironed his collars for himRoyal Magazine Wanted to Help Her- A very little boy was once la the room whore a young lady was prao ticing on the piano She was count lag aloud One two three tour The little fellow seemed quite sue I prised and after a while ho went to and said quite earnetr Be 1hqr U lYui Youtfai Companion f r t NFOFka KtilCfrfi fkf TilE STORY OF CAIN AND ABEL Sunday School Lesson lor Jan 27 1907- BpteUlly Prepared for This Paper WNlf NiNN t ktkJL N Memoryverse hftlethhllTIMIs Unknown although Uaihtrachronology which 1 generally under lZItlenbllttheTlltrllThlIII112Maltfill The Cure John 1JJ1 U Rom 1It asINew TtatHinrnl Uirht Cain was of that wicked one I John 3 lit who was a mtinlfrer from the John S4I The reason of the ilinVrrnro In the b CrltntVea- r than the blood of Abel tllnb HlComment and Suggestive Thought Tho pldturo of Cain and Abel portrays how front the first opposition has subsisted between good and ovll between faith and selfwill between obedience and lawlessness The two brothers up in tho same lam ily bccarno the typea the ono ot sin the other of righteousness Kyle Tho Two acrlflcv True and FalseiWorship3 jln process of An Indefinite noio ntt time U prob broughttllo j of his huslnSgii as was natural and proper An offering unto the Lord Jehovah who had made himself known 111 the1 garden and probably sinceV 4 And Abel ho also brought of tho firstlings of his flock Either tho first born which God afterwards demanded nx 1312 or the choicest and best Job 181aCook And tho fat thereof Literally the fat ness of them I e the fattest of the firstlings tho bet he had or as Dill mann their fat pieces the part to bo burned T oLord had respect unto Abel and to his offering It U impossible to know In what way lie Lord showed his favor but U was In any case a visible sign of satisfac tion Kcll Tho Anger of Cain fl It was against his brother 2 1 It was with out good cause 151 It grow out ot envy and jealousy U It was Inten lInn by his own consciousness ot being In the wrong and tho desire to quiet his conscience by blaming oth ore IS It was against God G It was violent Illtempered beyond the control of reason tit It was tho feet fug of hatred In tho wicked toward those who are better because they am a continual reproof i V 8 And Cain talked with Abel land his brother Hebrew And Cain said unto Abel his brother after which thorn Is In many of the Hebrew copies a blank space left as It something had been omitted Hush Ho talked over the matter wipe his brother Ho went on In familiar Inter 1 course with ilm and It was during one of those conversations that hIs anger was again Inflamed Others rep resent Cain ns asking his brother to go away from tho homo Into a lonely field for tho purpose of doing evil to him Cain I slew him Whether ho Intended to kill or struck a blow In anger and tho result was moro than ho expected wo do not know Am I My mothers Kecpor Only Caln like men ask Cains question Wo all are our brothers keepers God has mado tho circles of family friendship acquaintance race humanity so that each of us has an Influence In them and wo arc responsible for that Influ once No one urea or dies to himself And God gives us wealth position IB Mlpri not for ourselves alono but that wo may be better keepers of our brother 1 We are keepers of our brothers not by dictating to them but by brotherly love 2 by uclplae them as the good Samaritan or art the righteous in Matt 555WO 3 by considering their welfare in all our a j business relations U by using every Influence for Uicir good doing to oth ers In nil rolallonsas wo would that they should do unto us The Volco of Abel Still Heard The blood that spoakotli better things thaa that of Abel Hob 1324 He being dead yet jpcakoth Hob ilM Hero Is a fine picture of Abel work He Is and jpeaktng down all the centuries ono long triumphal e rnaretu scattering blessed gems of truth to all ages like Irlncc Stddartti In his fathers dream In Tho Light ef Aria Cains punishment consisted 1 in tho strengthening of hIs ovll charac tur Ho added lying nnd selfishness to murder 2 Ho set himself In opposi tion to God and his laws changing from tho light of blessings to the evila that are the necessary consequences of defying Gods laws 3 Ibis life work was a failure 4 Ha lost the blessings of companionship with the good Ho Was lonely estranged from his kind aiiquilawi CB Ilcraorso and 3 M tho condemnation of his conscience Practical Points Tho only explanation ot the differ once between Cain and Abel lies la their freedom ut choice Ono chose tho way of life tho other the way of death Byron In his Cain rilcturcs him aa tempted by Lucifer to unbelief and rebellion against Gods providence Whosoever lialeth his brother Isa murderer I John 315 hnvy Is the wlckcdwt the dead blest tho most detestable of all our sinful passions A coal from hell bad by this time kindled hell In Calna heart = Alexander Whyte P i w 1 1 S o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o + ortoitot oKoitorokokoKoro IWo x0- i And Shaving Material i x0- IC o o x IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A FINE RAZOR io x ICOuo that will entire satisfaction come in and see x 0OurNow Assortment b o 0WE HAVE THEM AT JOO TO 2 50 0- o o x For those who prefer tho regular Btylo razor and yet havo a jg- o safety guard attached tho Curly Safety Razor la tho thing at 250 If o The Gem Safety Razor with seven sharp hIndeR is an good an g any 500 Safety Hazor made Our prico 150 g o X x While you aro purchasing n razor remember that there aro sov o- g oral other thinS necensary to complete tut having outfit Strops o o lather brushes song talcum powder and cold croatn are hero in a o g variety of brands and prices x ICPocket Knives 0 It Wp o o a now at prices X- o ranging from pc to 175 If you aro particular about stylo or X W o size we fool sure that wo havo what you want g o X IC 0 X o f O Porter Drug Co INC x x I Prescription Druggists 0 o ICStokottoiloRo tono o oilotoRoiloiloieoilofaoztoilokoitoilottoilnitoit- o o o c o o o o o o o o o 0 0 o o o o o o o O 0 0 0 ierea and Vicinity i e 0 o 0 S GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o o n ooooooeoooeooo TAKE NOTICE Next Saturday and Monday nights two great lecture are to bo given in the College Chapel at 7 p m by Chas Walton Seymour of New York They open tho Winter Lyceum Course The tint lecture lion Cleopatra and the second on Li Firettv The num CIIAUIKH WALTON HKVMOlK Lucturo In Chapel JanuAry ll mill ill bee of testimonials from superintend eats of schools In largo dries prin cipals of academics and presidents of colleges whore Air Seymour las boon called on aaUu and again to chot- ktflO splendid historical lectures In dicate toot this will bo ono of the ofiportunltti of years which no ono can Afford to miss Single admlrslon for adului will cost 35 cents children 20 cents You will aive over ono dhlr by getting course tickets Uov J E D1BCCtot Knoxville Teas Is visiting with Kw Mr Pus is In town vlalting with Rev Mr Pas co and will preach in the Congrega tional Church next Sunday morning The Conversation Club meets this week Friday night ut 7 p m at tho home of CUr and Mrs E F Coyle The subject for discussion Is tho Pana- mA Canal Miss Mary Hosklns of Hyden Ky spent from Saturday until Monday with friends UMI Qcesle Lowla left Monday for Richmond Ky whore the gees to enter the Normal Behoof Miss Delta hays and Afr Colonel Baker wets marrtad liat Thursday Thoy will B ake tljelr homo with AJr Bakers parrots Wo wish to extend to Mr and tetra faker our oongrutulu tlooa and treat wishes Mr and Mrs J C Klnnird who spent several weeks with friends and relatives returned to their homo in Omaha Nob last wok Wednesday Air Robert Chustoen and AIIss Lena Poynter wore unUod In marriage Jan ory 9th Rev AI 1C Paeco officiating v AUss Anna Hanson irft Tueeday tor Nebraska where she goes to teach art- S Mtea Nello BurdeOo after a visit of several weeks with homefolka return ed to Holllns Institute Friday night 10000000000000 I She goes back to resume her scliool studiesIt Moore who lias been vlrtUng relatives here returned last week o Ibuntlton 0 Mrs Sarah Spurlock who has been real sick for six weeks Is able to be out again Mrs W n Oibbard spent Monday with her mother tnlow Mrs U C OobUml Mrs Joo Rran Js visiting her ilniKhler Mrs Dock CJuuidler nt Alt Vwnon 0 At Omen who was roiortwl to bi 111 lust week Is nblo to attend to business iiKiIn Air and Mrs A M Oinfleld of chfUld 0 are vlsMlng Uiulr son lure Infield and family Miss liinim Soi er who his been pending a few weokp with rflnUves n Richmond and Lincastcr roturn ed home Monday lairs Fmnk Iltjs was stopping in Richmond List TuesdAy 5J re 1ou lansn entertained n number pf her friends Monday after noon About 820 oclock list Frlda night an alarm was given that a fire hid broken out 4n Boono Cbttage The only evidence that ran bo found it that the the stated in the wanlrobe of Lemuel Parsons and Jesse Balrds wBsnll1burnedabout 100 The nurriago of Mlsa Pearl Qither Ine Gay and Mr Stanley H latohen was solemnized la the presence of the Immediate families at the brides horn Tuesday morning January 15th tt eleven oclock Rev T A Kitchen I oislsted by Rev JI K Paso offidM rd Tho bride looked beautiful In an Ivory white crepe do Che no gown The groom was attired In the convention al bluck They will remain In Dean a short while before going to Tennes see where they will mike their home It Quiets the Cough This is pre reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral is so valuable In consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless coughing But it does more It controls the Inflammation quiets the fever soothes and heals Sold for 60 years areRaterIIa levers attack of pneumonia and I feel tint I 0 tine loll wonderful coralieproperueWILLIAM II TBUITT Wawa n IIflyers SARSAPARILLAII 11Hasten ooooooeooooooeo-o 0 College Items fo 0 0 HERE AND THERE o 0- o0 0 ooooooooool The many friends of J K Oaldwell who was for a number of years a Diroa student and graduated with the class of 1905 will be Interested In Icurnlng that last November he salt ed from Seattle for Toklo Japan where ho has a government position as student Interpreter Ho Is given three years In which to learn the language and Is under con tract to remain In the service for ten yearsEight young men were required but only six were successful In tho exam ination Mr Caldwell Is very fortun ate In being ono of the six for In addition to a comfortable Hilary and tho advantage of tnvvel his yoirs of study and his ofeoclatlon with men versed In governmental affairs will qualify him for a inrtlcularly desir able position at Uio close of his term In Japan Prof Didgo was at Lexington last week by Invitation of the Grand Army POt of that city lie delivered on address before the Post and also In stalled their officers for the ensuing year Mr Gamble went to Lexington on business lost Friday Mr Osborne went to Richmond on last Friday on bush ass for the Col lege Wr Postlcwalte and Mr Bender were In attendance at tho debate Fri day night Prf Taylor of Winchester Prot Fulton of Danvllla nnd Judgo Smith of lnolimond served as judges at the debateProf Humold gaVe the Monday lecture on the subject Alcohol Dr Thomson preached at Sunday night Chapel Tho enrollment of students this year Is larger than ever before New students are arriving on every train Tho Y W C A Rive a axial Saturday afternoon nt Iidles Hall which proved to be a very pleasant affair Light refreshments were served At tho dose of tho auclal a business meeting was held and Miss Joy IIIllls was elected Treasurer to take the place of Miss Ruth Palmira Miss ChrJsnran lei the Y W C A Sunday night the subject being mls shntlj Several girls road very Inter eating papers on India Mr Fellmy led the Y M a A on Sunday night 4 Mr W 1400 Filkirsnn of Xenla 6 who has been vlaKIng his sam dins Fulkorein returned to his home Sit iinfciy- llrnlli of Ijiwruin Mnlnntu- Altho It Is several months since he parsed nvmy many of those who knew him as a limn student will be glad to know more about his Ute and dIt words Lav son Malnous was born In Ows Icy ooumjv Febnmry 22 1884 and died In Ilalddburg Ky August 2 1900 For Bime time he attended Be roa College and It remembered as a diligent student nnd an exemplary young man Ills dlttase was typhoid fever and his Illness lasted three wetks Shortly before his death he called his mother to his bedside and asked her If anything could be done for him She told him that everything porslble nnd been done and that now they must look to a higher power He replied A little talk with Jesus nukes everything right In his large circle of acquaintwees Lawson was highly esteemed for his manly qualities and generous disposi tion and his death is a great loss to his family and community K L Hubert n superintendent of tlia CoiirKe Printing nnicc Deroo College Is fortunate In securing the services of Mr E L Roberts to superintend Its Printing Demrtment Ho graduated from pndbusprinting business as manager of the Wheaton Collegs Press and In con printingidren are visiting revives In Iowa and are expected hero after a month or soThe College Is glad that It Js able to retain the services of Mr Grosven or for the present and hopes that this Increase of the force will be a groat advantage In Its printing department roomforTo now goods I have reduced prices below cost on all my winter hatsMRS S R BAKER Farms for Sale Fiftyaero farms in Mississippi i goodland j J Price 1500 to 2000 according to J improvements Five years time no j interest Supplies for first year to J experienced farmers who can offer J good references For particulars I address Southern Commercial Co J Natchez Miss I The Fancy Work Club entertained at the home of Mr Fay Hanson in honor of Miss Anna Hanson They had planned to give Miss Hanson a surprise party but on account of tho Illness of her sister they decided to have an old fufihloned pound party at the homo of Mr Fay Hanson Every ono seemed to enjoy the novelty of this party very much- FEUDIBTS FEAR Barricaded and Guarded by Friends to Prevent Auaiilnatlon Jackson Ky Jan 15John Smith the Drenthltt county feudist who con tossed to his part In tho assassination of Dr Cox and fled from Jackson to prevent assassination Is at the home of his brother Govan Smith nine miles from Jackson Smith says ho Isithe house day and night armed and guarding him Smith Is badly frightened and says ho will appear at tho trial of Judge Hargls only on condl lion that ho bo given a bodyguard A F Byrd D R Jouett and James P Adams attorney conducting the prosecution of the Harglses have been threatened with assassination but all say they will return to the trial here Friday It Is learned that If Judge Carhos again asks for troops at Jackson they will be sent Many feudlsts are In Jackson but all are waiting the order of the court of appeals on the motion to arrest tho clUe from trial before Judge Carnes Judg Carnes Reply Frankfort Ky Jan 15 Special Judge William Carnes of the Brcathltt circuit court In the James Hargla murder case prepared his response to tho petition of the attorneys for tho prosecution In the case seeking a writ of prohibition against him because of his refusal to grant a continuance and quash the indictment and because he ordered the jury summoned from by standers and dismissed tho sheriff He denies the authority of the court to Interfere with preliminary rulings mado by a circuit Judge in tho trial ot- a case He urges that a writ of prohi bltlon will not lie where a circuit judge does not go outside his Jurisdic tlon In a case Names Harglt and Callahan Jackson Ky Jan 12John Smith one of tho men under Indictment for tho mprder of Dr B D Cox made a confession which la in the hands of D R Jouett attorney for the common wealth In this confession Smith names James HargIs and Ed Callahan as moving spirits In the crime He says Hargis and Ed Callahan Induced him toenter the conspiracy against Dr Cox making promises to see that he was acquitted and to give him a job Ho tells of tho murder in detail and says Ed Callahan gave him 100 after the killing saying Jim Hargls vent It to him Smith says the shoot lug was done by Abner Spicer and IaCOIUE DROWNED Ship Decline Assist ance and All Perish Cuxharen Germany Jan UA die aster Involving the loss of more than a score of lives occurred ten miles northwest of this city The British ship Pengwern Captain Williams from Chile for Falmouth England with a cargo of saltpetre grounded off Scharporn Twenty tour men comprising the crew were drowned and her cargo is a total loss The tug Vulkan went to the assistance nt the stranded vessel and passing closely to her the crew of the Peng wern threw a live dog and a bundle of clothes aboard tho tug but disregard ed the appeals to jump Into the water ao that they might be rescued The Vulkan made repeated attempts to reach the Pengwern but a heavy sea broke over her and she disappeared from view American Beauty Corsets all styles for sale at MRS S R BAKERS At ITIS APITEZOI OmIDaIwaakI iItit Is nutrtlous Ienergy workers should rot and oat it often It makes the toller energet ic aad his work Is made I easier and pleaaanter See Ichlldhood that your children oat Apl their maturity they will bo useful Apltezo does not c make brains but twill Improve the brain When you have used lpl tem sayEo to your friends and please Inform them where you purchased oft Q M QREEN MAIN STREETPhoDe No DS Deliveries made to all parts of the city t 3 w r to+o+o+o +o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+ot I BEREA BANK AND TRUST CO 1 ICAPITAt 5000000 ii 0 SURPLUS J000000 t tt 0- L REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT i + The Real Estate Department of the Berea Bank and e Trust Company which was opened January first buys onlyo1 buildinglots o t i o odesire+ o buy a call will pay you 0 f 1o1 tory manner at the highest without effort 1OQ your parto+ 0 t TRUST DEPARTMENT 1 Tho Trust Department is prepared to take entire or I i ato o it will relieve you of all the worry connected with your t o property o- o We are also qualified to act as executors of estates to 1 + receive and administer trust funds act as guardians and 1 administrators examine andapprove titles INSURANCE DEPARTMENTo 1Wewrite all kinds of fire tornado life and accident o o oo+ without it If you are not insured or are not carrying enough to fully protect dont another minute 4t oo0oo J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier 0 0 +o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o oo kotRat ottokoRtoKoxokokokoKoRoetaRtoKoRoltoKoKoKoltoetoKo oo xIC f- o 0 WHEN YOU WANT GROCERIESo 0 GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED x- Y TO ANY PLACE IN TOWNlCK u txBesto Best Canned Corn per can 050 x oNAVENROItoIIOrOtl011o1101tOk0itoatOKtlKt tlloltoKokoKo ko rtorokoKo KoKor- N 00000000000000000000000000 i o IT PAYS TO BUY ANOTHER o 0SUIT NOW Io i CHANGE OF DRESS IS A GOOD THING AND AN EXTRA SUITOR TWO BREAKS THE MONOTONY OF ONES DRESS 2 you may see for the 1907 o Yours Respectfully 0o50505e5050 01E0 HummerThe surprised to hear no doubt that It ii possible to tame a humming bird A tow cases are on record In which the ef forts were successful The method was to put In the cage several paper flowers of a tubular form and In them a little sugar and water which was frequently renewed After awhile the bird took the sweet and appeared to be Quite content t THE NEW CASH STORE o will beginning January o 12th and continuing until oyJanuary 26th inclusive have a general SEMI CLEARANCE SALE on all kinds of ClothingWe made it WinterItive rule not to stock from season to II Styles change come shopworn Wed rather lose our profit and 1 give you the benefit for wetconsider it a valuable vertisement for our store to give the Clothing Values urlngthis o It reduced price does notmean I reduced value We have not space to give prices but owe invite you to come to o manybargains W a you Dont forget the date M li itoeral patronage for andotrust fit to divide with us year o IHarrisa o adopted uncle Ebens wisdom Lots o people gives good advice said Uncle Eben Its allua easier to prescribe medicine dan It Is to take It Elephant Can Travel FItTho elephant commonly supposed to be slow and clumsy can when exhcited or frightened attain a speed of 20 miles an hour and what la move It can keep this rata of progress op for halt a daT2 l it The Citizen bfiMlly newspaper for ill that U right true and Interestlnf rnblUhrd crtr Thorxlij at sera Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO L Alktrt Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates FAYABLX IN ADVANCE es Year it a ll Months Mt m Mont s 33 Seed money b Potoffice or ExprtM Money enlu Drift Registered Ixlttr or one end two tat tamp The date aftft Tour name en label shown to what date your aubacriptlon It paid IT It la not feanced within three weeks after renewal wttfy ua- Mining numbers will be gladly supplied If wart notified i Beautiful ghee ai premium to alt ItIbacrlbcrJIkral gircn to any who obtains new ibacriptlona for ua Any one tending ua four erl iubscrlptlont can receive The Ciiiieo fret tt kimielf for one year AditttUIng rates on applIcaUoa A wealthy American girl IB going w marrYa baseball player This la cert- Ainly an Indication that the tastns of tho Rirls have been elevated since tho days when they used to pick out dukes and counts It has Just been dlfwcred that Oasbavant G Pandlt a very wealthy ldgh caste Hindu and a jrotego ot tho Oaekwar of Datoda Is working ns a common laborer In an acid factory at Roscoe X D Pandit though said to bo worth millions works and lives as I the other laborers do Industrial con i ditions In India aro In a deplorable state he declares and It is his Intension i to take part in tho task of rtvo lutionizing them In his native land Judge Addison a wellknown Jurist ot London recently retired was in the habit of Indulging In the oddest ob servations while trying cases On one occasion opposing lawyers were wrangling over the question When does an egg become stale Tho Judge who had vivid recollections of a close election contest In which he figured declared that the real test of on eggs staleness was the moment It became fit for use at a contested election At no period perhaps has the spirit of reform exerted Itself more strenuously than In our own time but this has been not because we are pes simistic says the Doston Globe but because we are distinctly optimistic The pessimist accomplishes no reforms he leans back and sneers at those evils which he thinks hopeless of correction It Is the optimist wbo achieves Improvements because his indignation Is fresh and hopes are high General log the Japanese commander who captured Port Arthur tho Russian stronghold has been seriously hurt by being thrown fruit his horso It seems like the Irony of fate after escaping tho perils of a great war to meet with so comparatively commonplace an accident The Incident ro calls the annoying experience ot one of the famous fighters In our own civil war who having gone through that famous conflict later lost a leg as the result n mule kick New regulations of the steamboat inspection service restrict tho use of sirens and other steam whistles in New York Philadelphia and Boston Only lireboats and government yes Mill are to bo allowed to sound the Italrratslng siren The improved reg ulations are In considerable measure duo to tho persistent work of one woman although she has been assisted by many other vigorous pleaders Wo are willing to endure too nocos nary noises of life but good health demands that wo Shall be spared un necessary shocks to the nervous sys tern through the delicate car A striking appeal to the nelltodo owner of n motor car who exceed tho speed until was made recently by tho police commissioner of Boston The number of policeman Is limited When they are detailed to wAtch motor car 4driversthey are withdrawn from their proper duty of guarding homes and preventing disorder Business men and professional men rich enough 10 own motor earn hue property which needs pollen protection They sacrifice part of this protection says Youths Companion by keeping some of the pollen on the watch for their offenses against fin road laws One group of government employes at least must bo admitted to do their Work at small expense Tho engineers of the land olllco during the last fiscal year surveyed 8500000 acres of public 7aadat an average cost of four and one balf cents an acre Even IhU is an increase over the expense In pre vtous years which has been three and cmshalf and four and one third cents The reason Is that most of tko level accessible and easily ur eyed land has been disposed or That which has lo bo surveyed now Is mountainous or Inaccessible nnd con Mquenlly the cost Is greater Ben Sheldon veteran county clerk at Lander Wyo was defeated for reelection by a big majority ire was opposed by young women who re tented his action In discharging a girl employed In his once because she t- nt stated on wearing a l1 cea boo waist F Ulrica the miner who was entombed I for fifteen days at DakerBlleld Cal 4 says there worn some moments when Tie enjoyed his Imprisonment He was not bothered by book agaotf or Insurance solicitors arid it didnt lost Was 3 cent for coal or grcceres c t ri F0 t I Nafinttuliultt Nrr n to QIolrrtt Ct11i1b ialum tErtiI By SENATOR ALBERT J BEVER1DGE Of Indiana i I It is idle to talk of state laws to correct the child labor evil They will rot The interests affected nrE so powerful in some states that they control legisla tures and can thus prevent the passage of hills de signed to eradicate the evil Besides tho passage of such measures in such states would plant the manufacturers J in those states at a disadvantage The only way to reach tho evil is through a national law The evil is one affecting the citizenship of the entire country Every year there are between 200000 and 300000 young men and women becomingof age who have been broken down In body in spirit null in soul by hard labor They become the parents of others still more degenerate and year after year we have a continual increase Take n child eight years old and put it to work and keep it there until it is grown and turn it out with an injured spine or its chestcaved in I Such a child cannot but feel that he has been robbed ofsomething- not of money but of spirit of intellect of health and these children become walking torches of wrath and hatred against tho system which has put them in the condition in which thq find themselves I know the feeling of these people At 12 years of nge I was driving a plow at13 I was tho driver of a dray end got up at three oclock in the morning curried and harnessed tho horse and drove to tho slaughter house and without assistance lifted the half of a beef from a hook and staggered beneath the weight back to my tart At 14 I was in charge of a logging camp I feel for the child laborer deeply If 1 can help it I never Iqt my mind return to my life between my twelfth and nineteenth JcarsI often wonder what would have become of me had I instead of being in the open air been housed in some factory s Among the 200000 or 300000 child laborers who come of ago each year there are bound to be anarchists Instead of merely deprecating the growth of anarchy 1 believe it is better to try to correct the conjKtftms which produce it vim 3htfliwtre irf Wag laming mi Wmtmt By KATE GANNETT WELLS or Miitichuiett Board of Education Should the ideal wom an which every imnn wants every woman tobe become That mote and more women do maintain mid yet are ready to merry when tho right man not asp man comes along seems to prove that selfsupport and womanliness arc coexistent Selfsupport has made does and will make woman more coy cau tious and calculating more businesslike in mothods1 more given t6 1 king their own investments snore independent judgment speech and net and less foolishly Nevertheless given the right nian she will love him as devotedly as if she leaned on him for daily guidance and he wilt love her a great deal more because she doesnt Yet item the days of her early girlhood she will hare accustomed her parents to the idea of setting a sum of money upon here when she is married Or if they have none she will have trained her lover to the need of making her an allowance on the sliding scale basis of a steady increase nnd of makinga will in her favor the instant he is married The daily grind of selfsupport for the unmarried does not make one unwomanly witness the outdoor courting on summer evenings The burden of proof thnt it does is on the men industries make one nether womanly nor tho reverse Somo of the hardest women on the outside are all tenderness in their hearts which they have to sheathe today just as they always have done for wlfprotection Yet the more hard working the two occupations have different re suits is a woman married or unmarried tho more should she take care to keep herself tender trusty and true lest the charm of independence ia her youth leave her lonely in her old ego fr Whether or not married women should be is another question nt least it is a pity that so often she is obliged to be And whether or not a girl who has parents able to provide for her or sufficient income of her own to live decently should bo selfsupporting by doing work which other women who have none could do is quite as much a question of cliivalry as of social economy In nhy case a industry need not make any woman a E ff 4unwomanly It all depends the kind of woman she is e rittrism of t11r Wnrtos t By MRS HETTY GREEN L elfsupporting themselves selfabnegating Selfsupporting selfsupporting selfsupporting selfsupporting upondd iph This world is allrigltl but the people are not There is continual fighting and murdre aro heingcommitW every day The world ia not to blame but the people are awfully wick ed They dont think of the beautiful things God Its given themthe sky the stars the ocean and the moat beautifulof all light and flowers There is one way to successhard work and right living Thnt will make any one succeed You know 1 have a son WOe takes care of my railroad while I take care of my real estate interests My son was nom mated for governor of Texas but I told him to get oil tho ticket nnd he did I dont like politics anyway Why should I like politics when they wont let women vote Im just as happy that they dont and Im glad that the responsibility the country rests on the shoulders of the men Oftentimes people ask me what I think of certain great men and I always reply that I dont know them Of course I only rend of the countrys great men in the newspapers and you cant always believe what you read The editors and lawyers I think are just alike nail Im sure I dont like either And regarding editors let me say that the recent statement in the papers to the effect that I am up posed to trusts is u falsehood I said notsuch thing Why should I be opposed to stsP I dont nov auvtlriiiK about thclUJ If I PROSPERITY IS REAL UNPARALLELED FISCAL AND ECO NOMIC CONDITIONS Treasury Receipts from Tariff Duties Over 300000000 Imports More Than 1250000000 Exports Exceed 1750000000 I The fiscal year 1900 as shown lathe annual report of the secretary ot the treasury brought Into tho treasury of tho United States tho largest customs receipts in tho history qt the government From the payment made by foreign producers for tho privilege of entering the American market with their competitive wares there wet rca llzcd tho unprecedented sum of 300 251877During tho same period American Industrial producers marketed fully 15000000000 worth of the product of American labor Imports of more than a billion and a quarter dollars were easily absorbed by 1 nation grown rat with protection prosperityTwelve years ago when tho coun try was staggering under tho calamity of tariff revision downward foreign producers could find in tho United States n market for not moro than twothirds of the goods that they sent to us In 1906 Eleven years ago the free trado gov ernment was Issuing bonds to defray government expenses so great was tbo diminution ot revenues Today a tariff revised upward In the Interest alike of revenue and of adequate protection Is yielding cus lama receipts of more titan 300000 000 a year and Instead of bond Issues to meet deficits the treasury has n comfortable working surplus of 78 000000Is this n condition to be glad oU IB It not a condition to be let alone Is it n condition calling for tariff reduction It wo reduce tho tariff we shall reduce tho revenues that If provided the Imports remain at tbo present vol ume of 1270000000 nut If through the reduction of tar iff duties tho revenues remain unim paired or shall even be Increased we shall have to import much more than J 1270000000 much moro than some 650000000 of dutiable and competi tire articles To keep the revenues at their pres ent stage with tariff rates reduced would necessitate a much larger In crease of dutiable and competitive im portsFor every ten per cent ot tariff reduction wo should have to Import SO per cent more of competitive articles In order to keep the revenues at high water mark If the reduction ot tariff rates were to be 20 per cent the Increased Impor tation of duty paying commodities would have to be 40 per cent and we should then bo Importing J2COOOOOOO more of competing articles 2COOOO 000 taken away from American production nnd labor and given to foreign production and labor Dut BOrne will say there Is ro In tention of making an allround reduction ot 20 per cent or evon 10 per cent In tho Dingle tariff rates We are not so sure of that Granted such a development of the tariff ripping crazo as to bring together the progressive revisionists of the Republican party and tho al ready progressed revisionists of the Democratic party In n combined assault upon what are called tho abuses and tho extortions of the Dingier tariff amounting In a single year aa Gov Cummins has told ua to ten times the graft and extortion of the life insur anco companies since life Insurance beganand add to the reduction in rates certain to result from such a coalition the placing of vast quantities of raw materials on the free list then add further the results of tho realization of the numerous schemes of tariff reduction through reciproci ty concessions and through customs administration relaxed to facilitate undervaluation and tariff evasion granted an amalgamation of all the forces bent upon tariff reduction In ono form or another and on one pro text or another and who can say that the final result would not bo equiva lent to a 20 per cent reduction ot thu present rates It Is as likely to RQ above 20 per cent as to fall below that figure Tariff Not Responsible It you aro obliged to pay morn fur your shoes harness etc than formor ly do not let our friend tbo enemy make you believe that tho protective tariff Is responsible for tho raise Ills the increasing dctnand of the manulac tures that must bo held responsible Tho extensive use made of leather other than footwear was not antlcl piled a few years ago nor do we be hove that tho new uses are realized by many who anxiously await a return to former values Tho price lists In free trade England show that leather had advanced In that country fully as much as In the United StatesVan Wort 0 Republican Germanys Mistake Germany cannot produce the meat necessary to feed her people except- Ing at great cost henco the recent application of a high tariff oir meats was a decided mistake The British ate anticipating an advantage from that mistake In several of tho great meat producing Australian colonies Investigations havo been made as to whether large cargoes of frozen meat could be shipped to Germany But Australia is not the only meat pro ducing country Kingston N Y Leader WILL NOT REVISE TARIFF No Reason to Disturb Industrial Sta- bilityI and Prosperity Our morning contemporary in Des Moines ought to know that the last election did not turn on the tariff and it ought to realize that tho present congress will not revise tho tariff for the best reason of all that not oven tho president naked for such action la his message That paper Is simply seeking to continue tho strife within tho party In tho state It can promote nothing else by Its course Thero Is the greater work of regulating cor porations and curbing tho trusts which must bo done outside of the tar iff according to Mr Hoosovelts own conception of politics and duties While engaged in theso Important duties them Is no reason why the Industrial stability and prosperity should bo further threatened by tariff legislation Tho country will bo very fortunate It It completes tho reforms undertaken by tho administration without disturbing our present pros perity It Is that more than anything else that tho president Is desirous of To keep injecting Issues which are not germane to tho present work In hand Is merely to promote distractions and disturbances- Let us fulfill the presidents pending reforms nnd then wo will bo better able to Judge how much reforming there ought to be on the tariff And rest assured of ono thing and that Is that If all tho duties were lowered by half there would bo the jtomo dissat isfaction and the same complaints against It No system of taxation can over be so finely equalized as to give satisfaction to all A tariff la merely a compromise and tho next compromise would not bo any more satisfactory than tho present It Is idle to expect ItCedar Rapids Republican Far and Near If a farsighted man like James J 11111 had been n senator In Massachus CUB wo should doubtless have had Canadian reciprocity long ago but with a lodge unable to see beyond GlSurostor Point and vrhkno mind above herrings every move In that dl rection has been blockedN Y Eve ning Post There are some men who aro so far sighted as to overlook things close at hand while seeing things at a long die lance It may bo that tho Great North ern president is of this class of far seers Ho can see much gain to tho traffic of his big railway system In tho lhaulingthe Canadian Hut Can ho nee that Canada does not want and wlll not have the unrestricted competition of manufactures from across the border Can ho see that tho only reciprocity acceptable to Canada Is that which involves the free sale Qt her natural products in the United Status Can ho see that to grout this onesided privilege to Canadian farmers would BO disgruntle our own farmers as to turn them against the whole system of protection That In such case there would no longer bo any protection for anybody Perhaps Senator Lodge sees more clearly than President Hill these nearby things and for that reason op roses Canadian reciprocity It so that would be a very good reason for his opposition 0MThe Merchants View of Tariff Re vision Net Now but When No suggestion of tariff revision appears In tho presidents message this year The business of tho country and those who earn and spend wages are thankful for that The short session of congress which ends March 4 1907 la much too short for tariff revision and It will not bo undertaken That much seems certain Neither la tariff revision likely to be undertaken nt tho session of the sixtieth congress Imme- dIately preceding the election of 1908 That election will havo unimportant bearing npon the question of tariff re vision At present some ot the most aggressive and progressive among the Republican revisionists are not very far from a disposition to join tlfiuds wilh the Democratic minority In forcing revision Just now they arc reluctant to take that step They may bo more willing in the slxtyflrut con gross It it is hard to keep a squirrel on the ground it Is almost as bard to kelp a progressive revisionist from embracing an opportunity to tinker tho tariff Last months vote at tho congress elections has been construed by tho progressives ns an Indorsement of their views Present Indications do not to say tho least point to any diminution of the pres sure InnlJo ot tho Republican party1 for tariff revision II ANTIDRINK BILL POSTERS j JHow the Practice Has Grow In Euro pean Countries II During the past two or three earsi the movement to placard tho bill 1 boards of cities with warnings agalnnv tho use of alcoholic drinks has spread rapidly The movement first attracts ed serious attention a few years ago when the billboards of Paris were decorated with warnings of this charbactor The wino men flow to rescue and set up doctors to proles Public debates and discussions fol lowed In which tho Wino men got the worst of thu talking matches j Then tho policy spread to Gorman cities end oven Madrid was decorated with these billboards Copenhagen movementreachedmore rapidly than anywhere elilIIn England tho bills were potted chiefly by the health officers of limo cities themselves The liquor dealers attempted to prevent the use of pub lie moneys for this purpose by courU proceedings bufwcro defeated In testl cases So rapidly has this movement spread In England Scotland unit Irct land that GO cities and towns or Great Britain have adopted thq jxilloy orJ annotating the billboards with official proclamations denouncing the uso or alcoholic liquors Many of those proclamations are ot4 tho moat radical character and nro chiefly bated on tho recent larllamon lory retort of physical deterioration caused by liquor A PATHETIC SCENE Wife Visits Siloon Where HerNun band Was Carousing f I am not Mm Nation I have no hatchet I am not crazy These words same from tile lips ot- a Ixjwls woman as sire met liar bus band face to face In a hotel barrooms the other evening says the Lewi Pilot They wore directed to the bartender and loungers as the former handed the woman husband a glass of whisky Bile continued That man has not ono a days work this winter and II am worn out trying to support hits and the rest of tho family I want tot know If something cannot be done to keep hint from destroying lets own life and starving his famllyf The woman waa thin and pals Her lips quivered aa sho spoke list frail ccthiofinished the little girl by her sillq burst Into tear the bartender took back the whisky tho abashed husband stood with bowel hoed ono by ono tho loungers tuft the room Presently the bartender gazing at the poor womj an aolomonly vowed that tho nun should not drink at his bar again It was a pathetic scone It won the last resort of n desperate woman An she left tbo hotel with her husband and tho little girl there was a lossonr too painful for any ton to picture Selected NEAL DOW AND HIS SON Incident That Shows the Latter FoW lowed In His Fathers Steps Col Fred X Dow tolls tho follow lug story which Illustrates how tho son of A father devoted to a great principle Is likely to follow In his fathers steps Cal DoW once visited friends at Quebec nnd while seeing the sights of tho city and Us surroundings betook a public carriage to visit tho Falls ot Montmorcncy At a baf way house on the road the driver pulled up his horso and remarked The carriage always stops hero For what purpose asked tao colonel Wet the passengers to treat was the reply Hut none of ua drink and wo dont Intend to treat1 IThe driver had dismounted and was by tho roadside Drawing a himself up to his full height ho saldJImpressively I have drlVen this carriage for 30 years sad this happened but onco before Some limo ago I had for a fare a crank from Portland Me by tho uamo of Neat Dow who said ho wouldnt drink and what Is mpro to the point ho said idrinkTho son found himself occjipylns tho samo ground as that on which his father had stoodSelectedt Crime Pauperism Insanity n Of the 20072 convictions for varlotusM crimes In Massachusetts in 1895 91 Jliquorbeen addicted to tho use of liquor and 40 per cent of the Insanity was i caused directly by lie uso of liquor 1 and Indirectly liquor was responsible jfor much more of the Insanity Banks Bar Cigarette Users We never employ n cigarette smoker r In this bank We feel that It Is not 5f sate to let a cigarette smoker handle our money Hank President A Strong BreathI r backbonerI 1 fr +s DEVICE FOR BINDING FODDER Can Be Made at Home and Is Easily II Operated A II Dcnlsmt Kansas writes In ono of our exchanges and suggests a plan for binding fodder Ho uses n lovor Imtwnon two small uprights A nnd II OB shown In Illustration The loose focldnr Is pressed Into the open Ing between A and II and by down The Fodder Binder Word movement of lover la pressed Into a small compass Tho band Is lhnn readily adjusted The whole de vlco Is BiipiMKtcd by tho square plcco C BO that It may be moved from placo to place Wo do not know to what extent this will prove entirely practical but It Is possible that It will suggest a useful Idna to some or our rdors KEEPING ACCOUNTS How One Farmer Figures Out tho Profit en Ills Cows The ovofreeuiTlnK bookkeeping bugboar bring to mind a recent In terview with ono of tho largest farm rrt In tho rail who I a bright man and a largo wholesale baker Thome Kelley Ho said As a bttslnoM min I havo learned that the books must bo leapt right It the proprietor Is encour aged and not discouraged and Is led to venture Into the business still more xtcnslvnly Tho rulo nppllr na well to farming aa to other bislnosi In operating my four largo fauns I charge them with only tho wages with thing bought and with tho other real oxiKmtos and never with things tho farm produce If for Instance I- dublt the faun with Its own hay that Is used I rtttlly charge tho hay twlco because the wages paid help have pro duced that hay just as niucfi as the wages ict the fence potts and do the workNo man Is right It ho figures that the hay will Is worth a staled sum and honce milk Is produced ni urh a cost If I wronged my farms that wiry In ray bookkeeping I would appear fa bctosInK money ivory ycur and I would noon dlipoto of my country property for to carry on a bnslnosa ono is not sklllfnl enough to conduct profitably Is not reasonable This winter I shall keen 130 rows feeding 300 tons of hay If I figure that hay at Its market value I find that my milk costs me moro than 1 ran buy It for in tho open market but dont do so Neither do 1 figure In the wear end tear on the stuck I merely charge a cows actuat ahrlnkngo In ratuc between the time I buy her and her Rolling price This Is an actual not an Imaginary transaction If r hire holp and am so lacking In skill haft I do not ralso what tiny stalks grain etc I require and have to buy them 1 must charge up tho things bought of course just aa I credit my milk eggs and potatoes Ilun not Battened with arrow unless I cnn clear nn actual profit on her every day even if It Is pot moro than five cents and the manure ITEMS Tho man or boy vho can not control bps children horse or dog by his voice alone without heaving his hand pn thorn la not u good trainer cod If be loses his temper his liiflnoucu Is sane The American Agriculturist reports a shortage In the western stay crop according to canvass of something Hko 8000100 tons under lent years yield In the east the crop was on the whole a llltle above the average and Jt Is likely that prices will bo better alsoScarcely nny other grain has shown the adaptability of corn A native of the warm moist parts of South Amer Sea It has gradually fought Its way Into Iho colder and dryer regions until there are few sections In which U can not be profitably grown Its adaptability Is shown In Iho fact that Iiithe far north the plant Is low and prcadlng but maturing Its ears all- A thb same Farm Journal Nljjht Work on the Farm Night work on the farm Is pot to bo tolerated Tho old plan of working from four oclock In tho morning till nino oclock at night was responsible J I Jet creating a disgust for farm work asd both tiut boy nxid the Irl ajiareu ifils dkguit On many farms BOW no t1rkd dose after clx clockp mt end this In flfeM Ther Hs2Mrotfwhy hours should be longer on the farm than In the city put on the farm more time needs to be taken at noon to that the morning and evening chores will como further apart Wo doubt however If the eighthour dog over become tho rulo on tho farm especially on the farm that Is raisingMadapt IbeIrueedso tile elSbthour plan izdf- YI TAKING CARE OF TOOLS They Should Be Under Shelter and In Their Places Ono ot tho greatest needs on tho farm Is for a system by which tho tools may ho token cnre of 1 beard a farmer tho other day mako the remark that ho had a seed drill that ho hind used for 30 yrara and that It would not havo lasted 10 ycara It It had not boon kopt In the nhcd That Illustrates the difference in the ways of keeping tools Ono former will leave his tools out In Iho sun and rain and In 10 years an nxponslvo tool In turned Another will use tho KrnatcBt of core oboist his toots ned In 30 years tho samn kind of n tool 7111 he good for ctlll more ueJ I find that It Is not always expen dive to build n tool shed If ono cite not afford a tool house writes n con respondent of Farmers Review In the building of two of my out bulld tugs a barn end a shop for general work I had thon placed so that the hark of tho shop made a right angle with the hack of tho barn In these two aides no windows were needed and this left two nidus already con structed for my tool shed Then nil I had In do was to extend a roof from the shop and barn and 1 had a good cited for my large tools Tho smaller tools are taken care of In my work shopI that the best plan for taking corn of small tools and of parts of largo tools Is to have a great many pegs and hooks on tho lido ot tho shop The tools arc then always In slant and If one always puts the same tools In tho saino places It is not a difficult matter to nnd them when wanted A tool that cannot be found when wanted is about tho same aa no toolOne of the greatest troubles on the farm Is to compel I the hired men to put tho horse tools In tbo shed Ono farmer that I know says bo never allows a man to unhitch hla horses from a machine till It Is ot the door of the fchcd Then It Is nn easy mat tor to put It In Tills seems a little bit tyrannical but with some men It Is about tile only way of getting tho things looked after No mutter how much care Is token with tho machinery In tho way of pro viding a shed for it I nnd that It must have careful attention on the part of the owner to make cam that tho nuts are kept tight on all tho wheel machines Ono of the most vexatious thins nbJiit tho care of farm ma chlnra Is tho tendencies for tho bolls to work oft and get lost Tho working off of a single nut on tho end of a bolt may put the machine out of use for hours and perhaps days Tho nuts work off bVcouso they aro not looked after I wish some ono would Invent some system ot making It Impossible for nuts to work oil There U another thing that should bo kept In mind and that Is It the bolts are permitted to bo loose the machinery will wear out rapidly as tho play between parta IB very de structive to the several parts I do not believe that any kind of a tool will last very many years unless the liolu and nuts arc kept tight when tbo machine IB being used FOR HANDLING MANURE Put Cart Cody on Dray For Use on the Snow To get out manure In winter when there la n niodemtn amount of snow upon the ground try this plan Bug goals Farm Journal Set tho tart body on the drag or stone boat as suggested In the cut Tho load can bo spread In the Hold with grant ease I Kart Body on Drag because It Is down so low and load- Ing at the barn la titan easy for n sim ilar reaoti If bore IB a manure shed to which the manure Is wheeled dally empty tho harrow In to Iho cart When this Is full haul to the fields Government Model Farms James J Illll president or the Great Northern railway believes that model farms should ho established In every agricultural county of the Unlled States under control of the several state governments or ot the national government or of the two conjointly Such farms he argues would radiate Intelligence activity and reform In tillage with the possibility of doubling the farm product or the country Might It not be worth while he argues to expend the sum that such a system would cost even though It should be necessary to postpone for another year the building of a battle ship or a couple of cruisers A sl nitlcaht declaration by Mr 11111 Is that such n scheme should bo kept out of the clutches of the spoils system Effect of Straw Plowed In plowedbiteI4I f the toll Is deficient In potas Slum The truth of this has been forced on people that have tried the application of straw on land or this character The resultant growth of grain however will bo disappointing as the straw will give enough potas slum to help out the formation of tho stalk of the grain but not enough to give the best results In the way of a Imnfet Tho tame result will occur It too little fifa deficient Juaaurlel clement be applied Y t QUEEN OF HEARTS No 2 By IVA ETTA SULLIVAN The Queen of Hearts at tho runs querade sat In the corner The Jack of Hearts strolled by He was uncom fortablo In his clothes but because his hostess desired It bo wore tho gaudy costume Why Is llio queen alone and no one to worship ho asked lounging over her chair- I have been waiting for the king to como sha said pathetically 1 am sorry said the man but I saw tho king sitting on tho stairs with tho Milkmaid of Paris Tho old stories say that they are bewitching creatures and I fear tho king will forgot that the queen Is here She shrugged her shoulders petulantly If the king was wise ho would not linger there ho said gallantly She was sure now she recognized tho voice Perhaps ventured tho girl ho line peeped under the mask and stays because she is a queen In disguise That could not be true the real queen Is here talking to the jack who while not a king la always next tho queen ho said with exaggerated ten denies You are not sure she mocked him but what I am only a milkmaid disguised as queen Milkmaid or queen you are very bewitching If I could sco your face I would know You are my queen 1 am sure and If the king has gone away tho queen mutt all tho rules of the ganlo take the jack He tried to push tho mask back from under her face but she held It tightly You are not going by the rules of the game she chldod Suppose then said the man sent oiisly that wo be partners for Ufo and play tho game out to the finis- ht may bo only a milkmaid In die guise she reminded him lint If I worship you as queen then you will bo queen Lot me see your face he begged She made a motion OR If to lift her mask but only turned tho corner back from her chin Ho saw an alluring lit tie dimple I am satisfied now ho told her that you are not an Imposture but tho real queen of my heart lint how do I know that you are tho real Jack of hearts and that you viand next tho queen You may be only a deuce I will show you my hand ho said gravely spreading his broad palm for her Inspection Since Im tbo queen to satisfy inji Rolf that you ore the real jack I must read what tho lines say of your past I have oven she said demurely told tho fortune of my consort the king Sho studied the lines closely bat she studied more closely the ring ho wore You have had a queen before You loved her and swore eternal al leglancoYou ore reading wrong ho corrected her you ore tho only qUeen I haveSho did not stop for his Interrup tion Sho was toll and her hair was almost red her eyes a greenish blue und you know her a year ago Ho was somewhat uneasy I did not know a girl with red hair the gIrl I danced with had brown hair with yellow gleams and her eyes were deep hazel Tho girl laughed The man tried to Imagine how use dimple looked under her mask You did her a great In justice said tho fortune teller se verely I did nrft wrong the girl he Insist ed gravely Perhaps suggested the Queen of Hearts 1 know moro about that than you do You have admitted that there was another queen Yes ho returned gently the lilt all out of his voice thero was a queen but after that night at the dance I could not worship her longer Hut ho added with an attempt at lightness you see Ive found the real queen and she never leaves her throne Your hand says she was still hold Ing his hand In her own that you were a traitor to your sovorign and 1 could never trust you You would not do as the other did ho said decidedly You change your allegiance too often for a good subject The lines say she went on with his fortune that you wronged her but you are going to seo her again soon and go back to bo a loyal subject Then I suppose there was a catch In her voice you will forget that you prom lied to sit on the throno with me I eau Slot be her loyal subject again because she loved another man said tho Jack of Hearts mournfully Did you know It to bo true questioned the girl eagerly- I saw her kiss tho man tho night of the danco and she could not dony It rlis tone was bitter Tho lines say you dU not give her chance to explain Why should It talc tho man 7 taw nor kiss him- I see by your hand said the alt sharply that she was very unhappy and went away Whoa you see her you will be much surprised but you must ask her to explain She will tell you who ho was I do otcrro to ka ery slrC There Is tlCIshe went on embarrassment cud If you wish It S wedding of you and tho girl Dont you see yourself In my future he teased her- I am not reading my own fortune I am only reading yours You can not bo a gcod fortune tell er if you do not see yourself You know you promised to be my partner In the game for life Let me read your hand and I will tell you what I see Partners sho told him mischievously never show their hand and besides If I take oft my red gloves my costume will bo spoiled After the last dance wo are to unmask and then you can read the future- I know It without reading the palm said the man slipping off his mask to cool his face tho stars over tho water tell mo that you and I are to bo together forever Just as they are I saw In your hand that you made almost the samo speech to the girl with red hair who used to reign as Queen Tho man slipped on his mask to hldo his embarrassment Your power of wading are certainly very won derful but much moro remarkable for the past than tho future I can hard ly deny that I said it to the other queen The Aco and Two Spot strolled by and tbo Milkmaid from Paris trailed In leaning on tho arm of tho king This set Is for tho cards alono and I am out of that said the milkmaid but as a special privilege she spoke to the king Ill let you dance this with tile queen- I have promised dear king she said familiarly to dance this with the jack Our costumes go so well together I really would much prefer the milkmaid you know said the king with a languishing glance but I sup pose It can not be Then tho queen Is to dance with tho jack and the ace has I already spoken to the two spot and I he looked around the room will ask the three of dlmonds The music boan the ace and two spot tho jack and the queen courtesled to each other and floated away As the last bar was played they lifted their masks and bowed low to their partners The queen ot hearts faced the jack Ills queen his qUeen of the Ocean House was also tho queen of hearts He still thought the kiss or he would have been ve glad Oy the lines that you had In your band you should ask the queen a question She feared ho had lost ell desire to play put tho game The king of hearts stood by an while he was there he could not ask tile question Ho was the man ho had seen her kiss at the dance This said the girl happy that she saw the reason for his hesitancy is my brother the king of hearts He is to marry BO he tells me ore milk maid of Paris Tho new king ot hearts was very happy that night as was also the queenCopyright by Dally Story Pub Cal IPLAN TO BANISH OPIUM Stringent Regulations Soon to Be In Effect In China From Peking the correspondent of thqjxmdon Times gives tho death of tho antiopium regulations which will be promulgated immediately in China Time following are some of the most interesting Not only the cultivation or the poppy but the uso ot opium must tense within ten years No new ground can bo placed under cultiva tion and ground under cultivation must bo restricted by onetenth an dually Somex30 to 40 per cent of the Chinese use Every one who uses It must be registered No one can buy opium unless he la registered No one will Ve permitted to begin the use of opium otter the Issue ot these regulations Those Under CO years of age must decrease their use 20 per cent per annum Those who at the end of ten years aro still addicted to the uso of opium will huvo their names posted In public places All opium dens will bo closed with in six months Officials must arrange to distribute among people addicted to the use of opium either prescriptions or medicines counteracting the use at salt price or gratuitously No pre scription thus given shall contain opium morphia or opium ashes Antl plum societies must be established to exhort tho discontinuance of the use of the drug All high officials princes dukes viceroys and Tartar generals under 60 must Inform the throno that tbey are Afllllug to cease their use of the drug within n certain time All other of ficials under 60 must abandon the use within six months All teachers schol ars soldiers and sailors throughout all ranks will bo allowed three months Wherein entirely to abandon the habit Moreover the Chinese foreign department Is commanded to approach Uw British minister with reference t Mho annual reduction of opium Im ported so that all Importation may be ended within ton years How to Live Long + I think said tbe reporter that thapublic would like to know how you managed to live to such a great age By perseverance replied the centenarian J jest kept on HvlnW Philadelphia LedgerS c 0 5 1155 Berea College 1 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEON PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over SO Instructors 1017 students frem 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject Imany classes that each student can be placed with other like Jaim14 where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter Slectuhtialibrarymetic and the common branches taught in the Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household llanag ment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade flUo tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Print ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a yean for those who hart largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for am honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a youaj man may secure a diploma ia Agriculture and a young lady ia Home Science EvetiJpartextra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three sui V four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classiest course- S with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses it for the profession 1 teaching First year parallel to Sth grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary foi a true teacher and cover branches necessary for Statn certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be takes M aa extra Im coanection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College inot a moneymaking institution AU the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea ia rdet that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness toryprotect the character reputation of young p come from the best families and are earnest Ic do wen and improve For Any who may be sick the College provides tor and nurse without extra L charged except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving l training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win Iter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary bcforo coming secure extra cmploinent so as to earn frOm 50 cents to one dollar nweek- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books et v climatsisweather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes an necessary The Cooperative1 Store furnishes books toilet articles umbrellas and other aecwsiuy articles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 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 Dtpoiit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin aId700 in Collegiate courses Payment nut he la advance incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the month Installments are as follows For Winter Term woobFiraf day 1700 besides 1 deposit 28th day GOO 66th day GOO total 20 If paid all 1a advance 28 For Spring Terra 10 wccksFirst day 1440 28th day 540 5Gth day 270 total 2250 If paid all in advance 2200 The two terms together paid for in advance at a reduction of 250 making only 4900ILonger Wister Tern 16 weeksFirst day 206011Sth day 000 SGth jay 600 84th day 540 total all is advance 3700- Refuding Students excused to leave before end of term receive back all they have advanced on board and room except that no allow ance is made for any fraction of a week sada fee of fifty rents it charged for leaving the boarding hall ana fifty cents rl11ng a room in term time There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pays to Stay When you have made your Journey and are well started in school jt pays to stay as long oa possible The First Day of winter term is January 2 1907 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY rMexican =STAG LINIMENT 1 Vor the Aliment V IIrOR HORSES COWS CALVES MULES SHEEP and OXEN FOftI tMexican I NUSTANG LINIMENT 1l e lTHE IQ3t3 I Roast Meat Roast meat though one of the commonest modes of dressing it is by no means an easy task Roast meat is too often sent to tho table nearly racy or dried up till there is scarcely any gravy in it Now good roasting consists of dressing the joint thoroughly and yet retaining its juice The fire should be prepared some time before tho moat is put in the oven It should bo so good aa to not require making up while the joint is roasting A great deal of the success in roasting will depend on the fire The moat should be basted from the first to shut in the juices Tho fat of lamb or veal should be covered with a piece of paper tied on with twine The meat should be basted very frequently for the more it is basted the better it will taste When nearly done the paper may be removedand the joint lightly dredged with flour in order to give it a savory brown appearance sometimes called frothing When ready to dish sprinkle lightly with salt The usual time for roasting is fifteen minutes for each pound of meat Brown meats however require less time than white meats When it is dished tho fat which is left ia the pan may be poured into a basin prevI iously dipped in cold water If removed the next day thoro will be found beneath the fat a fine meat jelly for gravies or soups The cake of fat should be melted and strained into cold water from which it can bo removed and kept for further use ITHE SCHOOL I The Ancient Education and the Modern Kind BY A F norsoK Education in tho early feudal times might be classed under two heads that of the monastery or monastic and that of the Gentle or knightly The people of tho better class had only two courses open before them They must either become priests or soldiers It is not surprising then to find that they knew but very little about the peaceable occupations such as agriculture commerce and mining We BS we developed a higher civilization have had to get away from the old ideas of tho life and of man On no side of human nature is there a greater development shown than in tho ideas of what is to consti tute a lifes work This is shown in the improved facilities of common labor We have long since given up the rude instruments of labor such as the wooden plow the scythe and the sickle for the reaper the threshing machine and the disc We have manual training schools in which the youths are instructed scientifically in all kinds of manual labor schools of journalism in which work of the publisher is taught instead of the old apprentice system schools of domestic science in which the girls are taught the thousand and ono usefuland necessary things to make happy homes instead of being taught or neglected by their mothers as it used to be Formerly the father taught farming to his son and handed down to him all of his narrow ideas and be lines but now he is sent off to school where ho receives the instruction of men of science who have made this kind of work their life study and there ho is taught the principles that help him make n success of it In the past exercise was taken at random but now in the gymnasiums under competent instructors the athlete is trained not to make a prodigy of himself but to develop the whole body in the most healthfulway Continued next week ITHE FARM I Dont Overfeed Horses Many farmers make tho serious mistake of feeding their idle horses too heavily during the winter As this is a season when they do little work too much food is dangerous just as too much work is in the summer In addition to this we are apt to forget that horses need exercise After working hard all summer and fall it is a mistake to put them in the barn and feed them all they can eat The inevitable result in such cases is that the horses get too fat and when it is time to commence tho spring work they are in poor condition Unless the weather is very severe it is a good plan to keep horses out of doors a good part of the day A small pasture or lot convenient to the barn is a good place to let them run If they are not needed for road work it is also a good plan to remove their shoes In pleasant weather they should be turned out in the stalk fields or bettor still into bluegrass pasture that was allowed to grow lato in the fall Even if the ground is covered with snow horses will paw it off and get at the grass Four or five ears of corn and two or three quarts of oats twice a day are sufficient for horses that are idle Feeding Sheep Sheep should be fed regularly in the winter In fact as much depends en the regularity of feeding as ou the food itself Those who aro familiar with the characteristics of sheep know that they always become restless about feeding time The value of regular feeding has been dem onstrated by experiments with two flocks One was fed daily at oclock and again in the evening while the others were fed at different times during the day The result was that the flock fed regularly turned out in a thrifty condition tho following spring while the others were thin and sickly Many of the latter flock had died during the winter and fully 8 per cent of the lambs had either died at birth or made only a stunted growth By feeding at a set timo every morning and evening better results will be attained The essentials in the winter care of sheep are regular feeding plenty of water and salt androughage This means contentment for the flocks and contentment in this case is almost everything i REAL iTJXI am Real Estate Agent for property in Berea and farms in Madison and adjoining counties I have for sale valuable town properties either improved or unimproved also business houses and vacant lots I have an excellent piece of property on Depot street consisting of one good twostory dwelling house one barn and one store house used and unsurpassed for the produce business worth 2000 price 1700 My vacant lots range in price from gtoo to 600 An excellent farm of sixty acres of good corn and grass land worthmuch more money which I will sell for 900I also in position to sell to southwestern home seekers lands in Indian Territory and Oklahoma Parties who have town property farms moun tain coal or timbered lands will receive best service and prices if you place your lands for me to sell for you respectfully solicit your patronage Call on or write Pa BICKNELL JJ t BEREA KENTUCKY iie I Students Journal Containing Brtt Notts Coming Events And Pst Trials r Triumphs of Bert Students I J1na A truumtl nun in in au utykwun poslUou when Uw facts ure a Uiw him It Ula puponent happens to know the facts Tiiat was the caso tart Fri day night Tho Alpha Zotus know the facts or sonic of them and wore nut backward ulwut mentioning them About seven oclock tho people wove coming and just kept on coming at must ua It It had been a require exercise Tho eoatlng unvrnffemtmta however was not the result ol fucuHj requirements whatever fate ordltiny had to do with It Crimson and gold In tho right hand section orangt and black In tho left hand one armed neutrality In lira center when the whole main body of Chapel wua fill ed Pmt llulno armed Dr Thomaot to give tho invocation and then In vited the debaters to show themselves This was the signal for the opixw ing forces to draw up In line of battle Two groups of holt a dozen warriors men sprang up from either aide oi the Chapel and advunoed boldly to the table at their respective epds of the platform where kftrned books on trusts were piled up in threatening array Tho vanguard of tho affirma tire was led by Mr Gilbert Combs A Z His osaruilt was followed by a counter assault from the Phi Delta enemy represented by Francis Clark Harry JHHer made the second charge on the evenings breast workor sliould we say haulormouthworka and was galhintly repulsed by Carl Kirk Then the general John Gerdes himself went into the battle to force the crimson and gold burner within the defenses of the orange tind black nothing short of a fire could stop him but the tire mme It was in Boone CoHjige and It was necessary to proclaim a truce for ten minutes while the College bell WU rung to put the fire out As soon as Use fire hoard the alarm beJl it Immediately subsid ed ID shame and confusion ot face and ns soon an word could be passed to the belfry that unless tho bell was stopped pretty soon it would begin to rain the alarm cursed and Gen Gerdes renewed the attack At this the negri tine mounted the tout of its big guns Mr Fulkeroan on the pUtfortn nod tent shell after shell Into the cump of tho besiegers and after him they sent o skirmishing party largely com Pored of Mr Kirk to round up the stnaggleis iut all In vain Oerdrt again tank the field asap corapfcejy routed the enemy with six volleys of gmpe canister and tots The umpires awarded the laurels all to the affirmative and the Alpha Zeta troops held a fourth of July celebration iu the field of victory After the great debate the cvunt of next Importance was Prof Rumplds Monday lecture describing hit experi ments with mice It seemed the Col leglat Deans mice had formed bibu lous habits and he determined to in excollllnunIJcatcd anthorltks for appropriate punishment lib suspicions wise coninnod and those annals who had previous ly been supposed so pure and Innocent of aU dissipation were convicted ot alcoholism and suffered in various ways Some were sentenced to liard hbor on the tread mill others were starved to death others were ivied ed and became terrible example to other Inebriates All came to violent deaths In some way Let this bet ft warning to all mice and other persons who transgress the lawtlleyf likely to fall into Dean nuntolds lands and be roasted or put at hnrd laborThe but laid pUn of mice and urea Gang art atiey The nnn who was prevented from rising In the world by his attachment to a bottle of Kentucky Rye brought down the house at the close of avery Interesting lecture PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to go woel I willsell to tho highest bidder on Saturday January JUmytwo mill plants one Grist Mill situatedat Hound Hill one mile north of Kirks villa Madison county JCy consisting stationaryboiler long 23 threo Inch tubes one 7J by 10 inch sidecrank engine ono 24 under runner French burh mill for meal ono No 7 Bowsher combined feed grinder one hand corn speller one six hundred pounds platform scales ono good mill house all in good repair This mill and house is on leased land and lease can be renewed for term of years at a reason able price Also one saw mill situated on the Jennie Hagan farm three miles east countyKypower portable boiler one 0x12 con tercrank engine one sawmill head block opens 42 inches carriage 20 goodboltto commence at ten a mtSharpW lam0 l 80000000000000o Eighth Kentucky i- o o History s e- g Tlirllllni Story of the Vnrt tIt Onl p O lunllleglinenl took In the Civil War o ooooooooooooCHAPTER XIV Continued There was a sudden change in the icuiperuturo of tho atmosphere nt the close of this eventful und historic day Within a few hours the sultry damp air had lowered to nearly zero Vo felt this chiango moro sensibly ou account ot having exerted ourselves in the charge on the mountain side heating our blood and having our clothing wet with perspliutlan Thus In our exalted position without blank its great coots or fire our suffering during tho night am batter be Imagined than described Sleep wus utuong the impossibilities Hut not a murmur was hoard from thoao bitty monoThe life pr death ot tho cuuso flf freedom and good government was In the scale and outweighed any bod ily suffering of a few hundreds of thousands of men In our silent nnd shivering vigils of the night we could occasionally liar a heavy rumbling noise on top of Lookout above us that mused us pickets to suspect some now movement of the enemy In tho airly dawn ot the 25tb Gtneral Wt Whit aker walked up In front ot the Eighth Kentucky and said Colonel Domes I want a few volunteers to climb tint cliff sad son if tho enemy ore still there The colonel replied The en tire regiment general if you wish It Every man sprang to hla f trendy to obey tho expected command But only Captain Wilson and six picked men were permitted at that time to Immolate Uieeiwelvcn on this nigh altar IU a sacrifice to our roun irys cause These apparently devoted men carrying the Eighths flag pro ceeded to ascend this hundred feet or more of almost perpendicular wall at i pUce where there was an Irregular kind of natural stairway by which hung a large wild grape vine At the brio stood the Eighth and with lasted breath we watched this bravo JIUle squad with their guns slung on their backr climbing to where In all prob ability sudden death awaited them At lost they diappr over the top IndJoutlngUlestantly commenced time tollsame assn of Lookout In the acme manner thto squad had just done rfPIngprojecting and unfurled to the mountain broezo that dear old emblem of light and lib orty As the sight of tho flag met the upturned gaze of our vast army below cheer after ohw r echoed nnd reechoed from romp to oimp from mouoWIn to mountain until tho bo som of the plaetd broad T tooRiver Gail the bsrmtlful valleys ap pmred to shout for very Joy The enemy during UM latter pmt of thr night had silently fled from their works both on tip and alrog time southeast side of T iokouf end Join ed the balmre of TJmgR8 anmy on Miuhtn Ridge rv1nl ov r 200 of their sick and rinv IlrePnt wJlhCl thin line of pickets flurrolln lIng their camp at Summortown halt a mile west of tho point of Ixwkout As soon as the Eighth reaches the top wo hastily Matched out to Sum mortown where the scared nnd sick ly looking pickets surrendered to ua without oven firing a gun We ales captured it largo quantity of corn mash twenty barrels ot very dirty ftienr two wagon leads of retel crocker apparently of a mixture of ground pnts middlings or fine saw duttt and of aiiunintlno ImrdnccB Also forty largo tarqueo tents were among the qitarttrmuii rn stores that fell Into our hands and provided us shelter tile week we renrUncd on the top of this high cold mountain An General Hooker rode up to us vh the Summwtown road Guncml AVit Whltaker addressed old righting Joo thus General as tho Eighth Kentucky ootmigously aimo up lore first I hope you wll let tho regiment rcJivUa here and guard these etome and this iwsltkm This modest request General Hoiker rmdlly grant ed remarking Sir these western soldiers wjll fight anything on earth- like rebels and oven climb above the clouds to compile victory and cap ture tho enemy The Nmolyslxth Illlnolr cerjimsndcd by Colonel Clitm tho11111bUIworks near tine point or torso of the mountain On the 25th of November JSC3 our first day on Lookout we were eyewit nesses of one ot the grandest mont gigantic und exciting bUtlo scenes that took place during this or any other war From our high ivmlilon we could overlook the country to a much grater distance than our natty J at vlaloa could roach The city of Chattanooga lay almost under ur Our vast army of nearly one hundred and twenty thousand rasa strctchod nwa southward in dark blue lines In the vallry Iamllel to those living lints strcuihea thla peculiar ridge whets the enuny In strong force wore well fortified with months ot laceuaint well dlreotoil labor nnjlnoercd by the beet of military skill tills raided to tlilf alretdy naturally strong position Behind these with their hundreds of heavy guns we do not wonder the ImyforoeShernun forces bean to warm up the John n Ifa near Fort Hucknor Into Sell In Ileoie cod to me plan n mjr which of Town County SIll Following description 8 l a smart battle many ot the officers and men of our regluionU twateJ Uirmselves on the crowning rocks of tho precipice to view for our first tlrno a great battle at a sale dltAiuw 1 was tho owner of a douUle lets opera glass with the old of this I could see the buttons on a mans coat at a distance of five miles Thus situated tho whole panorama ot the great battle of Mission Ridge with all Its harrowing dotnlls passes un der our view except sumac of the as saults made in tho forenoon by Corsoe and Llghtburus Brigades en tho northern slope of tho Tunnel on which was situated Port lluckntr on which Shermans batteries near the river and those at Orchard Knob were showering their stoat and shell with grot rapidity oral effect While our batteries In forts Wood aryl Thonvjs were lively in their respects to Port Bragg itltuxted near the tea of tho rebel line about 11 II m a brigade of Shermans troops undo a charge on the west slope of Tunnel The being entrenched 111111 oolth6m for a while mowing hundreds of theta brave mitt lino pushed liuvlng the hill strown with dwul and wounded VVft could see some their mangled bodies back down too slops while their more irtunato cotnrudea were mounting thci rebel works and the Johnnie fleeing to the shed tor ot Fort Uuckner At last Sherman had by persistent pounding on the rebels right succeeded In drawing rolnforotmenta from tho center and we oould see the huid of Lookers column oHcendlng the away to the right mini lUxurllli At 2 oclock p there hid boon a slight cesniMon of the contett soil roar of artillery Six of our hoary Bulge RUM fired at Intervals of two M aonds the signal for the starting at the Fourth Corps to amuult Fort Bragg long blue IItun sprang At once to their feet and our vast army undo a fdmultnaecua forward movement one and a half miles to the foot of the bridge The rebel ar tillery consisting hundreds of puns sent storms of bursting shells far out over the valley specking the air like mammoth snowflakes all our heavy artillery returning the tire which made the mountains fairly tremble with theJr thunderTO rrmxuxa- xqtrrho RrtrSKt KtlotrrSkoR krrKrK oPP KrtkKKyItkkKeG dl 11WHO SAID GROCERIES dC t 33jr W D LOGSDON SVhen you want good nl low prices hes the mans 20 pounds Granulated Sugar li Try a Sack of Eureka Flour Dost on Earth x Vhite Rose Flour per Sack = 12 Pint Cups 100fAll orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered J All orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered I I Logsdons UptoDate Grocery StorejI tlilAieAk1r111 71AkAitbrlrlti111 hht171 Q tlRplitle7titilillrttSlStA11tr ttl it I IF YOU WANT CASHa For Your Real Estate or Business I CAN GET ITNo Matter What Your Property is Worth or in What Town City or Territory it is located 1 If I did not have tho ability and facilities to lU your property I certainly could not pay for this advertisement This adllkoall my other ads is practically euro to place on my list a 11 monoyInhavo todayWhytho number that I soil as a result of those ads T I will not only be able to sell itsomo time but will bo able to soil it quickly Istn a specialist in quicksales I havo tho most complete and upto date equipment I have branch offices through out buyersI estate agent I MUST SELL real es Ontho j listYQURSorIa business it ejoesnt inatter what it is worth or where it is located If you will fill out the blank letter of inquiry below and mail it to mo today I will toll you how and why I can quickly convert the property cash and will give you my complete pl- anFREE OF CHARGEand terms for handling It Tho information t will give you will fto of value to j ilpykindanted to fill them promptly and satisfactorily David Pe Taff The Land Man 415 Kan AY Topeka Kansas If You Want to Fill Cut Out and Mall Today tend without n for finding ends buyer lor property consist Ie U n brief I- Lowtcnhpric ream rvf7O7t i fortunate lUll ter enemy up side dragging over tlaim in The of things If You Want to Buy Fill In Cut Out and Mall Today I ileilre to buy JruotrtT rorrnjinnillnc npproilumUly with the following ipuclflcntlofMt Town orclty County sui- te1rlcebelwrennodi I will pays down ant balance A Ileuinrki t oj r Naw Aldi a 1 CORONERS VERDICT PLACES THE BLAME ON EIGHT BOMENiAFTER STARTLING TESTIMONY Operator Gave Doomed Train Wrong Signal Kept Orders In His Head Was Incompetent Washington Jan 10At the conchi slon of a mass of sensational total mony In tho coroners Inquest oa the Terra Cotta wreck on the B 0 Sun December 30 Coroner Nevltt hold Iclay jury the following named per eons Harry H Hlldcbrand otiglnoei of dead Train 2120 Frank F Hoff mler conductor of that train P F Dent night train dispatcher at Baltl more William E McCauley division operator of the Ualtlmoro k Ohio D I Vermllllon engineer of local Train C6 Into which 2120 crashed George W Nagle conductor ot Train G6 J W KollyJr trainmaster of tho a ft 0- end William M Butrow tho telegraph operator at Silver Springs All tho men held except Dent McCauley and Kelly were In tho building whore the Inquest was hold and were placed arrestt given was ot a start towardAfor the wreck by a combination of In competency reckless disregard of the rules inadequate rules and careless Auras of certain officials In placing In exporlenced men In most re poaglble trillions The first witness at the inquest was William I Moore the operator at Ken + tilngton He characterised Dutrow tho operator at Sliver Springe as incom petent wild and reckless Ills testi mony Indicated that Dutrow Instead of- oopying train orders tried to keep hcn lu hU head whllo Dutrow him rclf testified that ho believed from Ms examination for tho position that the was not capable but was put on 1 y Division Superintendent McCauley notwithstanding How did you Judge of Dutrowa Inrompetency asked the coroner The manner of working Is sufficient for another operator to tell Moore said that he gave the engineer n clear light because the block was clear Coroner Novltt asked him who gave him confirmation that the block was clear and Moore replied This young fellow from Silver Springs moaning Dutrow Mr Moore said ha was not positive tGaftbo block was clear I told the engineer that I could not trust that party referring to Operator Dutrow 1 told the en Blnefr You go down there more rare fully Ho said ha could not tell whether the block was clear but he had been told since by Fecnr the extra oper orint Sliver Springs to helii Dutrow take train orders Feeny told rue said Moore that Dutrow was not even copying the train orders and he stayed there to do that Moro said he had previously heard criticism ot Dutrows work from Feeny and Steele tho man nt Kenntnglon Ho said he got his Idea of Dutrow Incapacity from his actions generally and that he had heard but Indirectly that Dutrow had i displayed a wrong algnal Mr Moore was asked If ha had ever heard that Dutrow had displayed a wrong signal The witness replied that he had but the Information wet only from Indirect sources EXPLOSION IN STEEL WORKS TwentyFour Men Thought To Have Been Cremated iJPIUbur Pa Jan1Ot disastrous il explosion occurred at the Eltxa fur ste9tjWorks of molten metal were showored around the furnace for a radius of 40 foot Out of K force 95 men employed nt t the furnace when tho explosion oc I oJCurrid three John Cramer Andrew c Teatherka and Gustvro Tesslcr rhivo boon taken to the morgue their bodies orlVIy mutilated by the fire Seven men aroln the hospital fatally in- Jured and 24 others have not been nc counted for While the mill officlnla are Inclined to beUeyo that all of the missing men were not cremated In tho molten metal nothing definite Is known ns to their present where nbouts The officials at the mill refused to trsallowanyone to enter the yard whore the furnace is 1jrtfrlent locatedI r an Incipient mutinyoet the French NslcruiserJean d was on the point of sailing for the Antilles The h crew complained of bad food and their officers overboard Tho of iihrew quieted the men by promising t o Investigate the complaints Slgriora Duse Very III London Jan 10The Rome corre R of the Chronicle wires thatHspondent Duse the actress who has t efen 111 with InfluenM since Christ nuts la erlously III Her daughter has arrived at Genoa In answer to an r urgent summons Blizzard In llllnols Carlo Ill Jan 10jbeavy snow storm and blizzard raged la Southern IlllnoU four Inches of now falling M railroad train were delayed by J tt nows and high waUyf co aMwbU lMole beta ydera- t 1 SYMPATHY ON THE WRONG SIDE DURING A RECENT WAR WAS McCORMICK8 UNDONQ ev Utterances Made On His Return From Russia Brought Forth a Reprimand By Hay New York Jan 11A Washington dispatch says Ilobert 8 McCormIck tho Amerocan ambassador at Paris who will retire from tho American diplomatic service within two months will rotlro bocauso Ma conduct at St Petersburg during tho ItimslanJupncso wnr mot with thollio disapproval of President Roosevelt and not because of his ac tivities In marrying Miss Patterson his nlccc to a Polish nobleman Miss Patterson Is the daughter of the owner of one of tho leading publications of Chicago and her marriage to Count Oyzltftkl was approvodby her parent This wedding was ono of the so clal events of Washington cbout three years ajio and the ceremony was attended bY Ambassador and Mrs McCormick This marriage had noth Ing to do with tho coming retirement of Ambassador McCormick Whtlo stationed at St Petersburg Ambassador McCormick espoused tho cause of Hussta In It war with Japan during hostilities MnaMcCormlck was granted a Jcavo of absence and he returned to the United states Upon landing at Now York he found the sympathy of tho country was with Ja pan This displeased Ambassador Me Cormlck and In an Interview which was published throughout the country ho reprimanded the American people who ho declared were ungrateful in sympathizing with Japan as Russia was tho friend of tho United States and had threatened to send a foot of warships to the assltanco of tho Unit cd States during tho civil war when Groat llrltaln was preparing to assist tho confederacy This Interview was heartily disapproved by President Roosevelt who strongly favored the Instant dismissal of Ambassador McCormick Tho president WAS Induced to allow Mr McCormick to remain In tho diplomatic service but ho was transferred from St Petersburg to Paris without being consulted This action was taken after Secre tary stay then secretary of state had summoned Ambassador McCormick to the department and administered A severe reprimand At the conclusion of the interview Secretary Hay agreed to allow Ambassador McCormIck to re main In the diplomatic service for one year This time limit was extended one and nowa successor has been cjiosen for the American ambassador at Paris Henry White the American ambassador at Rome has been selec ed to succeed Mr McCormick who will retire when PostmasterGeneral Cortel yon becomes secretary of the treasury This change will occur In March and thus a number of changes will take place In the diplomatic corps although no successor has been chosen to nIt the vacancy of Ambassador Meyer who will become postmaster general SHIPS MUST PASS FRISCO BY Agitation On Coat Causes Mikados Officials to Make Change Tokoyo Jan 11The Japanese gov ernment has decided that on account of antlJupanese agitation on the Pacific coast that the training squadron wilt not visit tho Pacific coast but wilt go as far an Honolulu only Certain of tho details of the budget for 1907 have just been learned- A total of 155500000 Is provided for army expenditure and this Includes formation of four new divisions The navy Is allotted 40000000 In eluding 15500000 which Is to be de voted to UKrcaalng the efficiency of the Borvlce Ne undertakings In tho department of communication are to bo met by an internal loan of 15000000 Milburn Residence Burned Buffalo N Y Jan llrThc former residence of JohtxG Milburn on Del aware avenue to which tho lato Pros Idnnt McKinley was taken after ho was shot at tho Ian Amerlcan exposi tlon and whcro ho died was badly damaged by fire The loss Is estimated at 25000 The property was sold Mr Milburn to Phillip SL Shannon A Series of Shocks Wllllamsport Pa Jan 11A series of shockSf evidently earthquakes wore felt and hoard In this section null ings ehook so that families wore nwak cnoi and rumbling sounds worn hoard over an area of about 20 miles Pavloffs Assassin Hanged St Petersburg Jan llTho mur derer of Lieut Gen Vladimir Pavloff tho military procurator who was killed was tried by court martlal and sen tcncpdto death Ho was executed hanging bI Licenses For Shipping Men Washington Jan 11he senate passed a bill requiring the licensing of tho master chief and second and third mates of vessels and steamships of 1000 tons or Foraker oerIWashington Jan 11 Senator LorI aker gave notice In tho senate that would mako an effort to secure a vote on his resolution providing for aft in vestigation of the Brownsvlllo riot which resulted in the discharge by the president of the negro troops of the 25th Infantry Hours For Railroad Men Washington Jan 1C The senate passed the bill limiting the hours of railway employee to J6 hours oi service followed by ten hours of rest by a vote of 70 to I jI Yt IN HUGH SNOWDRIFTS ARE TRAINS STALLED ON WEST ERN RAILROADS THE STORM CONTINUES UNABATED People of Fuel Famine Districts In Great Distress With Little Hope of Relief St Paul Minn Jan 1A terrific snowstorm has prevailed In Western Minnesota and North Dakota during tho past 36 hours and Is extending ns far south as Southern Wisconsin Trains from the west are from 24 hours to IS hours late and In many cases the railroads do not know where tho trains are stalled The snow Is from four to ten feet deep Trains from tho Pacific coast are In the snow and there Is no Immediate prospect that they will bobought out under a week Railroad men are dls couraged because tho shipments of coal mado this week to the fuel fam Ino districts are stalled J J 11111 has taken personal charge of those shipments but advices re coined at the Great Northern headquarters said that no foal could bq sent through west of Grand Forks owing to tho blockade Thirtyone trains of coat aro west of St Iaul on this line whllo on tho Northern Pa chic and Southern there aro an equal number All are stalled in the snow drifts even to the smokestacks Cat tlo are being killed to save them troll starving Tho lights of more than 100 towns In North Dakota wero extin guished about a week ago and the tat low candlo supply is about exhausted- A railroad traffic official said Wo are up agnlofct tho hardest proposi tion ever presented to us Wo arc spending thousands of dollars a day In an attempt to open branch linos but tho weather U against us We have east of tho Montana lines 132 freight and live stock trains At soy eral stations wo have unloaded tho cattle and given the stock all the feed that could be obtained amounting to twlco the freight traffic and yet wo fear the live stock will dlo beforo enough feed can be obtained or the roads cleared ot the blockade Tho Great Northern Northern Pacific and Boo lines report seven trains ot pas icngcrs stalled in North Dakota with no prospect ot getting out Immediate ly and with tho possibility that eh glnes have gono dead for want of fuel CROSSED ELECTRIC WIRES Caused a Million Dollar Firs In Lan caster Pa Lancaster Pa Jan 12 A fire which started In tho tobacco ware house of S Jl Moss Co hero spread to adjoining property and caused a loss estimated at 1000000 A delay in turning in tho alarm gave tho fire a good start and when tho firemen arrived It was beyond their control- 1bo structure was n fourstory brick led was well filled with tobacco Tho flames communicated to tho Moss Cigar Factory adjoining a five story building which was also do strayed When the south wall of the cigar factory collapsed tho only truck of the firo department was burled In the debris and a number ot firemen bad narrow escapes from death The loss on the warehouse Is placed at 300000 and on the cigar factory at 200100 The fire was caused bj crossed electric wires THREE HUNRED PERISH In a Tidal Wave On the Dutch East Indian IllandlIThe Hague Jan 12A tidal wave has devastated some of tho Dutch Fast Indian island south of Achln The loss is very great According to a brict official dispatch 300 persons perished on the Islands of Tana Forty are known to have been drowned on tho island ot Slmalu Lost LIfo In Trying to Save Boy niycrdalQ Mich Jan 12Elbert W Gibson Jn of the schools here was drownedwhile trying to save fourtcen yenr old Harry Valanco who had broken through the ico while skat ing Gibson was called by boys who saw young Valance break through tho lee and rushed to the rescue lie too broke through and the swift cur rent tarried both teacher and boy under the ice- Steamer Ponce Found Hamilton Bermuda Jan UWlth her tail shaft broken and her pro poller threatening to gash her iplatea and send her to the bottom tho steam ship Ponce was picked up in the null stream by the Gorman steamship Elizabeth nickmors and towed fo Her rauda where she now lies oft St Georges harbor Her passengers are sate French Submarine Sinks Cherbourg France Jan 1MThe submarine boat Algerian sank at her moorings here durlnj the night There was no pno on board thevessel when she wonttlown Divers found tbo boat lying on her starboard side on the bot tom of the harbor Bryans In Wreck Great Falls Mont Jan 2The Montana Centrals westbound train on which Mr and Mrs William J Bryan were paaaenjers collided with a switch epgln and stone cars li the- neat Falls yeard No one inluritl t 4 NEO OES KILUD MA fAr U WIFE AND WERE PHEPARING TO KILL A LITTLE BABE TWO Hundred Colored Men are Guard ing the Criminals Ract War Is Threatened Oklahoma City Okla Jan HTwo hundred negroes left Chlckasha F Tf shortly after dark bound for Womack 17 miles northeast with tho avowed intention of protecting a gang of no groes from the vengeance of a mob of whites and owing to tho circumstan cesiis bloody raco war Is expectod at any moment A gang of negroes entered the tent of a white man and murdered the man and his wife They were preparing to kill a child when surprised by neighbors Of the people and Immediately took to flight Dands of armed white men formed Immediately and started on the trail of tho murderers Population Evenly Divided The population of this section of the Indian Territory is about evenly di vlded between the whites and tho ne- groes As soon as tho negroes learned that a posse of whites wore trail Ing the murderers bands of negroes formed In the surrounding country and storied for the sccnb of tho trouble heavily armed Tlio negroes leaving Chlcgasba started with tho avowed intention of protecting the nogmes from the ven geance of ttte whites If they wero cap tured The murderers arc supposed to have been negroes who are on a railroad grade a short distance for Womack about 35 miles southeast of this city As a result of race feeling engen dered by the burning of a negro In this section last July by a mob of whites the situation is retarded aa being exceedingly critical CAUGHT BENEATH ENGINE Flve Killed and Eight InJuredStruck Open Switch El Paso Toy Jan II Running at a high rate of speed Jlock Island pas senger train No 30 which left here for Chicago dashed into an open switch at Barney N M 190 miles north of El Paso Five persons were killed and eight Injured dead are B Ackley Carrlzozo en5ineer C J nedfleld Carrizozo fireman unidentified passenger unl dentlfld boy and unidentified Mexican laborer TWIien the train dashed Into the switch the engine left the track and turned over pinning the engineer and MiTOsan underneath and killing them instantly The express car dining car and a Pullman were thrown from the track Of the eight passengers hurt none will die The train wrecked was in collision on January 2 at Volland Kan with No 29 on the same road and 3 J per- Sons mostly Mexican laborers ton their way to El Paso wero killed ando er 30 persons were Injured SPOILED THE WEDDING CAKE And Nowlcsell In His Fury Fatally Shot Frank Tablsr Plttsburg Penn Jan 14A wed dlngcake ruthlessly dashed from the mania of a woman carrying It resulted In what may develop Into a murder on tho Fortythird street bridge Frank Fables Is dying at West Penn hospital with a bulilt in his side while John Nowlcsell his wlro and 16 other foreigners are under arrest as wit nesses Tho couple witH two male compan ions wero crossing the bridge Tho women teas carrying tho largo cake whlchsho won ata wedding celebra7 tlon Fablsz and two other men were crossing the bridge and Fablsz after chiding Nowlcsell for not relieving his wife of the burden knocked the cake out of the womens hands causing It to be smashed into bits on tho bridge flooring Angered at tho affront Nowlcsell drew a revolver and shot Fabisz Tho latter will die The woman declare o the police that it was she and nether husband who fired tho shot Tho revolver was found hidden In her um brella but witnesses say that hor hUll band fired tho shot Burglars Shot Two Men Mamaroneck N Y Jan14 Patrick 60 years old highway com missioner of Mamaroneck and hit son In law Clarence Hllleck were shot by two burglars who attempted to break into their home In Palmer aye nueOne of the bullets pierced Connol lys lungs and he is In a precarious condition Tho younger man will re cover as the bullet struck a rib and glanced off Stricken with remorse latter they shot Connolly the bur lars carried him Into the house and put him on the floor after which they ran toward Larchmont and the police of Westches ter county are now searching ton them Spreading Rails Wreck Train Oklahoma Jan 14Aspeclal train carr lng Vice President H U Sludge offlclalaandwent Into the ditch near Hydro Okla No ono waSJInjured The wreck waa caused by spreading rails Tho railroad men are on a tour of inspection Dead Man an OhIoan D Jrolt Mich Jan HTho body ol the unknown man found lying along side of the Wabash railroad tracks Friday night has been Identified m John Nyten ot Urbaiiu0 Hemalni m 1m sulocod to Urana fat burial T try t4I E iTEMB EIi SUBMISSION Df the Evidence To a Grand Jury Is Sought By Prosecution Frankfort KyThe court of ap peals took a hand In the Cox murder trial at Itreathltt by granting a writ 3f prohibition against apodal Judge Cornea preventing him from continuo lug with the trial for it few days at least It is charged ho favored liar Is continually Attorney D n Jouett 3t the prosecution hurried here In an automobile As Boon as tho court nd learned for dinner he filed the petition if Commonwealths Attorney Adams endalso of Attorney General Hays asking for tho writ of prohibition The petitions state tho various steps taken In the trial so far of James Horgls end ask that Judge Carne be re quired to draw the Jurors from the wheel end be required to sustain the motion to quash tho Indictment and resubmit to a grand jury The petl lion states that Hargls can not be con victed under tho present indictment but could be convicted under the charge of being an accessory before tho fact to the murder of Dr Cox Gov Becklmm received Judge Games request for troops but did not grant the request at once Instead ho or dered Adjt Gen Henry Lawrence to Jackson to look Into the situation and report If troops are really necessary Gen Lawrence left at once LAND GRANT CASES Kentuckians Aroused By Suit Threat enlng Title To Valuable Lands balking KyThe developments In Utf old Virginia land grant suits In the four different counties Letchcr Pike Ilarlan and FloydIn which more than 200000 acres of the richest coal lauds In Eastern Kentucky valued at 75000000 Is involved are at trading wIde attention For five days the bitterest feeling against Hon John C3 Carlisle Col Jack HendrIcks ex Kentuckians C H Davis and the doz ens of other attorneys representing the New York syndicate claiming tho property in clear tlU1has been grow- Ing until now It heat and a clash of arms la Imminent Peaceable quiet lawabiding farmers are enraged and openly declare that they will die by their property rights if an attempt Is mado to overthrow them This warning has been sent to the attorneys by the native farmers If you ever put a foot upon my property prepare yourselves for death There la stilt much excitement in Perry county south of here where twice aI corps ot surveyors have been driven oil the property ot Ivan Newsen at the point of Winchesters TO FIX A TIME For the Nomination of a Candidate To Succeed Judge Paynter Frankfort KyWord was received hero that Will Young chairman of the Sixth district democratic appellate committee has called a meeting ofI the committee to bo held In the land hotel nt Lexington on January 18 for the purpose of fixing a method and naming the time and place for the nomination of a candidate to suc coed Judge Thomas II Paynter whose place Judge John M Lasslng Is filling by appointment until an election Is held Judge Lansing Is the only an nounced candidate for the place and It Is practically assured that he will have no opposition his friends sayl because of the splendid record he has made on the appellate bench and because of his personal popularity in this district The counties composing this district are Boone Campbell Kenton Grant Harrison Pcndlelon Bracken Robertson Nicholas Mason Fleming Lewis Grccnup Carter Rowan Physicians Are Nonplused Lexington Kyfl T Booker of Scottsburj III was hypnotized at a party by Miss Ray McQarvcy and Is In a serious condition Ho can not bave his bed although he has regained consciousness Physicians have bEen unable to help him It has do veloped that Miss McGawroy knows lothlng about hypnotism The young people wero playing n fake mesmer- Ism game when Booker became a snb Ject It was with the utmost aston Ishment that he was seen to take the command to sleep seriously and di rectly becamo unconscious Quarrel Ends In Murder Sergent Ky Beyond tho Dickinson county border Cleveland Justice aged 18 years shot and Instantly killed his cousin George Mulllns jr aged 21 years In a fight which occurred over their sweethearts Promotion For Mills Qwensborq Ky AVlHain Bogle joint freight agent for the Lonlsvllle lien lorson and St Louts and the Louis rule and Nashville here has resigned lie will be succeeded by W L Mills icncral Agent of tlie L H and St L 000 Acres Obtained Sharpsburg KyAgents for the American society of equity are mak fnga canvass of Bath county In an endeavor to secure an additional number of acres of tobacco for the pro posed tool Over 900 cares have already been obtained Feud Leader Killed Sergent KyIn a saloon fight on Upper Beaver creek on the Knott ounty border Lenvllle Hal ageds2 V member of the halts in the Hall Donen feud of several years standing ihrtt and lilllnd Thnmfta Tdnfts Sfl t + k I COUNTERFEITERS ARRESTEDI Soroerset Gang Confesses To Plana For Looting Banks Lexington KyAs a result of II raid by federal officers on the gun repair shop of nrookshlre Martin withIn a stones throw of the court house and jail at Somerset Robert Sawyers a whIte man and D J Martin and Everett Brookshlre negroes were arrested on the charge of coun terfeiting A complete counterfeiters outfit Including molds for dollars and nickels was found The gang conIteased to counterfeiting and Martin divulged a plan to go to Stearns a mining and lumber town aboul 30 miles south of Somerset and blow 4open the vault of tho bank at that place and loot It Their next scheme 1iJIrail dynamite and rob the fast mid t- night express train on the Queen fc Crescent railroad Just above Somer tot They were all three held over to the federal court in the sum of 1500 each In default of which they were remanded to Jail Other clews are ing followed by the officers and furither developments of a sensational na ture are expected REASON RETURNED To the Old Soldier After Being in Jalt TwentySix Years Paducah Ky James Vanner aged 70 years who has been ln Jail In Dover Tenn 26 years recovered enough of his reason to tell Pension Examiner C B Robbins of Paducab that h was rr Ia soldier In the Union army during the I Civil War belonged to Company H of the First Pennsylvania Infantry and that he wanted a pension All through the 2G years of his confinement in jail he never once alluded IIto his former life and would speak very little He was Investigated and learned to have been mustered out la18C1 while Insane Because there was no room in the asylum of tho state of Tennessee he had been confined In Jail Examiner slRobbins will take Immediate steps to trace his people and secure for blat a 1heLexington Ky Justice Ben D Belt acquitted employes of the Kirby tenIcent store hero ot the charge of ma liciously forcIng Bsaale Jenkins to di vest herself of her clothing that she might be llearch for money thought j to have beO concealed about her per son ir Cams Pay 200 Each Frankfort Ky Finos ot 200 cacls were assessed In 10 cases In therein cult court against Frankfort gam blers indicted last April on a felony charge Upon prom sdof the sports to quit r games of chance 1 the fines instead felony sentences resulted Kentucky Corporations Frankfort KyThe following Ken tucky companies were Incorporated The Bardstown Creamery 0000 London Water Company 2000 neo ord OIL Company of Lexington 5000 The West Louisville Brewing Company Increases Its capital from 100000 tar 150000 Night Riders Denounced Frankfort KyThn Kentucky branch of tho American society of equity In session here adopted reso lutions condemning the outrages corn matted at Princeton several weeks ago in the burning of tobacco warehouses Calls the Militia Lexington KyCapt Thomas G Woodyard Issued orders for members bf Company C to assemble at the armory tobe in readiness to go to Jack von If ordered by Adjt Gen Lawrence President Installed Lexington KyA business mens banquet was glyon at the Phoenix hotel hero nt which covers were laid fee 140 H Clay Hunt the new president of the Lexington chamber of toes l coerce was Installed v Honorably Discharged Ft Thomas Ky Corporal Frante Rounds Co I Fourth Infantry has been honorably discharged by reason of expiration of ervlce Burled In Same Box ey Manfield KyJohn Caruthers ant wife died at the same hour from pneumonia Ipth were sick a week Jut were burled In tho same coffin the Mal- lUopklnsvllle Ky Because the Irons on rural free mall route No 2 out of Cerulean Springs refused It is said to allow their mall to be delivered by W L George a negro earn rier the route has been discoatiaaet by the postal department Committed Suicide After Firing Bans Covington KyCbas H Blndel ua farmer ot the Oak Ridge neighbor hood about ten miles from here com mltted suicide after setting tire to his barn Domestic troubles are said t I have been the cause w r K w 1611 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO East Kentucky Correspondence i News You Get Nowhere Else io Ho eotnipoBienc pnbUihM uleu signed la fill by the writer Th uses o ieso OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO U not tar pnbUcatloB bat al u trUeneo ot road Ulth Writ WaiT Immense efforts have made to enlarge the accommodations of the College so there is still room for students who cannot enter until the second or third week of the term JACKSON COUNTY OH ASSY SPRINGS Jan 8A flno girl was born to Jlr aud Mrs C C Pearson yesterday There Is a protracted meeting going on at this place now Tho attendance and Interest are SOOdllobt Smith and N B Williams were the guests of and Llllle Powell Sunday placef0henry were married tart Thursday at 4 oclock at the home of the bride Sir Henry has six lttlo children They r will be cared for now by Mrs Henry Bessie Powell was the guest of Rena and Nova Powell Tuesday nlghtJtav Richard Mobley was the guest of N D Isaacs Friday MIDDLE FORK Jan 10 Fannie Lear one of the slnglngclass at Union Is very low wltJ1I pneumoniaDr J D Hays passed thru her Tuesday He had been nt Horse Lick to sae Tom Bowls who Is very sick with typhoid foverWes ley Angel and Robert and Isaac Tus sey attended court at McKeo londaI Several from here attended the list day of Susa Watsons school at Curl co Thursday and reported a good time Bllza and LllUo Parker were the guests of D lla and Minnie Angel Saturday and Sunday Bennle Tussey who Visited home folks during the holidays has returned to Wlllmore to attend school We wish him suc cessAlex Perry of Hugh visited the list they of Susa Watson s school and took some fine pictures of the school und other objects Thursday Mr D Wilson of Renfrew Creek was a roller at Wesley Angels Sunday Mr D D Oale and wife and little son Jesse visited at Mrs Letha Tusseys nu- ndayJ W Carpenter made a fly- Ing trip to Middle Fork Sunday Mr Dalbert Cole and sister Denra of this place are visiting relatives at- Curlcodos Tussey of Indian Creek made a business trip to Livingston Wednesday John Lear traveling salesman passed thru here Sunday en route to McKee to attend Circuit Court Mrs Dan Angel who hue been sick for many days we ure glad to say is slowly Improving Mrs Rena McDowel who has been a sufferer for many days died January 7th She leaves a husband seven children and many friends to mourn her loss We extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved ones HURLEY Jan 11hog killing and sausage grinding are all the go In this vicinity herekstayed over night with our merchant W M Hurley Sunday night and then went to McKee MondayJake Gab bard long Jake and Sltha Angel attended church at Birch Lick Sunday Mrs Dave Gabbard and family of Uils place who were visiting friends and relatives on Horse Lick last week returned homo urOOyWIIUCo burley made a flying trip to Egypt Saturday He says there Is no spot on Dearth half so dear as that old land of 1Egpt Latha Gabbard and little VIrgia visited at Jacob H Gabbards Wednesday David Gab rblrd while fixing In a gmte for W M Isaacs and taking his finger to bo a rock gave It a purty fairI lick wlUI u sledge hammer and mashed j It nearly off Dive says Pon his honor It like to killed him airs J Jacob Gabbard Sr has been on the sick list for several days Jacob Gab bard laughing Jake Is lining his r coal bank opened up lie says that he Is getting mighty tired of having to haul so much WO dJOhn Inke and j Jake Morris went to Richmond Mon r tbyto eee their motherinlaw Mrs Sufdn J Johnson who Is In the host petal under the care of Dr Gibson They came back Wednesday and re oJ Port her as being much better x aLSJilftEN Jan 12 We are having very fine weather for thlo time of year iFIshle Vickers and her brother Rob ert were the guests of Miss Martha BinghamSaturday Davis attended church at Union las- tSundayMiss Tammie Davis school closed Wednesday Several of the girt of this vicinity are expecting to enter school next Monday Miss Sallle Cavens visited Mire Zllphla Me 1 r andMattte Pj I j A oJ f n san Bendlcton Mondiy Mr Den Farmer of Black Water attende church at Union Sunday Mr Fred die Lee visited his uncle Mr Finn Montgomery Tucrday Mr Robes Wilson and Miss Sylvantu Shell wer married Tuesday KVERORKEX Jan IGWe are having tots of rain and tides at presentThere wll be preaching at Bethel next Siturdaj and Sunday conducted by Rev Jas Coal of MIddlefork The singing at Bethel Is improving Green Lake at tended church at Union Rockcastlo Sunday Circuit Court Is In etwlot In McKee The violators are look lug wild and stepping hlghJ W Jones traded Green Inke a cult for two hogs and got one drake to boot Ed and Lucy Lake visited John und Walter Martin Friday night OEdwaixJ Lake has built a new barn thirtytwo feet long and thirty feet wldeIt seems that everybody likes to rood tile news from MIddlefork J W Jones gave the young folks a party Satur day night OWSLEY COUNTY- TRAVELLEIIS REST Jan 11our school Is progrefslne nicely under Mr S A Candlll Mr Candlll Is a former student of Berea Grandma Smith who Is abaut eightysix years old Is still very sick Miss Cora Fox and Mr John Uotner were married Dec 29th by Elder J E RowlettJ G Rowlott who has been at Banford Ky returned lat- elyWe are having a fine winter and the boys are having a good time rub bit hunting Mr and Mrs M V Barger who have been In Bertu We- Ir placing their children In rchool returned Palmer Scott left to attend school In Baroa this winter CLAY COUNTY VURNIKO SPRINGS Jan 10The winter term of the school at this place began December oi and It now has an enrollment of sixtjv iMost of the children have been faithful and are keeping themselves In school this winter All of our ad vanced students are In school at Be rooIr laggard sold his stock of goods to Mr Howard and plans to buy a grist mill for the accommodv tlon of the community Wm Hub bard Is now living In his new house Rev Lewis preached an Interest ing sermon here last Sibbath Nelson Jarrett has bought John McDanlels farm Rev Montglamery has brought his wife to Burning Springs and expects to make this his home while working on this circuit Martha Sandlln the wife of Louis Sindlln and a former student of Berea Col loge died at her home January 6 1907 Tuberculosis was the cause MADISON COUNTY- DVLUTU Jan 10Mr and Mrs Thee Brown from Ohio are vlaltlng Mrs Browns father and mother W M Todd and wife Sam Johnston and family have moved from this place and located near Little Rock Mrs Fred Lakes and two little daughters paid her father and mother Mr and Mrs Hur den Cqx a visit list week Mrs Joe Laurie Is quite sick with typhoid few er Johnny Turner has gone to 1111 nols to spend the winter Maude and Emma Johnston gave the young folks a party Saturday night airs Sylves ter Lamb visited her daughter Jessie last week Messrs Cy and Qua Alexander were the guests of Misses Debby and Lizzie Lax Saturday night Mrs Hannah brakes Is In Dreyfus on business today Nora Lakes vls ited her cousin Nlckle Lakes Sun dayMr John lamb made a business trip to Richmond last Monday- DUEYFUS Jan Gllr John C Powell has purchased the J ft Azblll place at Kingston for 9000 and expects to move the fire of April Mr Will Jones made a business trip to Berea Friday W ftl Coyle Is moving this week Sir J C Powell was In Richmond on business Friday fllr Goo Sparks and family are selling out to go to Ohio They will leave the last of the week Willie Robinson Charlie and GrSm owell attended Church at Pilot Knob SundayrriMr Steve Daniels andeon of Red Lick are visit ing Mr James Young this week WALLACETON Jan 14 Sunday January 20th will be Brother Smiths regular moot- Ing day ttt WdlVaceton Baptist Church Let all come who can and give him a good crowd iMrs Alice Clark whn lag been visiting her brother W TIs dale at Whites Station has returned home Several from this place attend 110ndlyThereIweather and rain at this time of the year The body of the little grandson of Jas A Biker who died at Lexington Friday was sent horns and burled at Wallaces CMpeln H Soper and family were the guest I r rtdl J+ w r of O E Brockiriin Saturday nlglnt Jeff Davis and family visited Stet Hulcomfo and tUmlly SundayEdgt Brockmnn of Big Hill visited his brother G E Brockman Saturday night ROCKCASTLE COUNTY lIOONIi Jan lSRev J F Phelps flue his regular appointment at Falrvloi and Sunday Sim Lamber W1J1f1jInTom Coffey at Hickory plains thIs week G L Wren Arthur Gulnr and James Owens worn at Mt Vcrnoi on burlnws Svlurduy Willie Dana was out from Whiles Station Sundi and Monday W I HaUlcld is visit Ing friends at East Bernstaat ESTILL COUNTY WAQERSVILLE Jan UQl1 account of much rMi our roads are almost mlusutleMiF- rank Congloton attended Sundu school at Wagtrsvllle Sunday after noon Misses D Ute Sue and Annie May Scrlvner were the guests of Miss Nannie T Wilson Sunday Rober and Joe Wagers were the guests of Robert Sparks Sunday Mlsa FUJ Scrlvner ass the guest of Misses Net lie and Rat Scrlvner Saturday night and Sunday Burnsni Wilson Is very sick at this writing Miss KaU Moore was the guest of Nannie T Wilson Friday night of last weekJ- U Wagers went to Irvine ibis wetk to work on the yard iMeesre Wul Let and Morgan Evans of near Ital House were on Station Camp and Rot Lick last week buying hogy Annlt Wilson who has been confined to hw room with pneumonia for the past three weeks Is improving OHIO NEWS- utarILTON Jan 12The recent heavy rain lave had the great Mtunl river swol cu tothe top of Ita banks but luck- Ily no damage was done The Alken saloon law which was contested bore the Supreme Court was sustained to ol 1 saloonlsts will have to pay 1000 per year Willie P Reynolds has returned from Buffalo N Y ut which place he has been employe luring the gnuter part of lost year- Mr Granvlll Johnston has been on tho sick list for quite a wiillo Sep etary Laylin was to liars lectured at he Y M C A last Sunday afternoon but Dr Skinner took his date by ex ilbltlng magic lantern ccents of hit trip thru Mexico The night school has opened and will welcome new iludents Mrs E E Flanery Is npw making Mrs M Gubhird un extended visit Her husband U a fireman oi to Dig Four R1IllOOdJilAR Gab bud arrived in Hamilton Thursday at his brother Merediths He plane to get employment here for this wl- nterrthur Flanory of Doran spent Saturday and Sunday with Meredith 3abbard and family He is working In Cincinnati Misses Florence and lode Reynolds and their brother Jna ire visiting their brother Walter al Foster OLeander Bolln of Gab bard Ky passed thru here Thursday in his way home He had been to Kings Powder Mills 0 In search of employment Mrs P Reynolds has not been very well during the past week Also Mrt E E Flanery hia had an attack of La Grippe Both ire convalescent nowDr Win A rtaldo tttstor of the first Baptist Church has resigned and will accept 0 pastorate In Cleveland 0 Many- hIre regret to see him goTho Beard of Health met Friday night Health Officer Mllllkln submitted his annual report for the year 1906 There were 61 eases of typhoid fever In the city luring the year 18 daiths resulting from the disease There were 421 deaths from all onuses during year r THE NEW KENTUCKY Concluded from Pint Ptgt opted however and with the coopers Ion of the parents and toicheiy there Is no reason why tho eduoi oml SS- tem should not advuJICiCI It has advanced but slowly in the pSt few years for too largo a percent igo of our teachers have for salaries and of such talcrs Kon tucky Is not In need but she does teed teaches who are called and tit ted for the work and who will put forth every effort to accomplish the bert possible for Hch child entrusted to their charge For such tochera the salary should ba doubled In the past year there have been tore teachers than ever Before In the itetory of tire state who have worked tot for the saiiill amount of money which they received but for the gaud which they oould accomplish Parents ore beginning to realize the mportanco of their children having an educations so they are willing to furnish them with equipments nnd end them to school Buf still there are other lines to be developed For nstartce libraries sbUldbe cstnb Uhed within the nnch of every boy and girl and every home should be tatted by a good newspiper When we are able to not only fur deb to each boy and girl a chance toImpressof having an education then and not till then have the sons and dlug111 tens of tho present generation odUootlOM11ftnturo IIImeansll1110t1cdforgotten her priceless luhorttanc and Is free from many of tho vice which are now bringing ruin to n I largo number of the other states On the other land I would not hat you believe that Kentucky is entire ly free from vice For from It for It IB a sad truth that Kentucky Is fun ous nil over the world for her whiskey Dut it will be a bright day not onlY for the people of this state but also for other states and nations when Kentucky whiskey shall be no more and tho taxes collected for licences which amount to an enurraous sun each rhull lie spent for refuteyear Whaala furthering of cducutlon Nor Is there any reason to think thut this cannot be accomplished for It will be accomplished hero In our own state The majority of the purple U Kentucky are true men and wom n- and when these people are oduooto taught BOUIO trade which will 00 laud far more beneficial to thenvselvca at the tone time protktnblo U humanity then they will do away with the business which Is both datrtmentn to themselves and tho whole humiui race Then shall Kentucky be famgus for her true men and women Instead of her whiskey When this reform Is brought about ft large number of the evils of our state will be overthrown for whiskey Is At tho root of nearly all the evils and crimes committed heroThus while the educational problem Is tho most Important one before the people at the present time the In dustrial problem Is becoming wry Important In Kentucky- Alanufucories are being started tin abundant orts of our nuunmlns opened some steps have been taken to ward fonst preserves railroads re being built the abundant stone in the eastern portion of the state U be- Ing used for building and good roads aro in the process of making nil over our Und All these gn to prove that Kentucky Is advancing and that she Is not dead but line only been sleep IngBut tho great problem Is whether the Kentucklans will be energetic enough to raise up skilled workmen bo mirage the Industrial enterprises 11we eats do this we shall than In the future years be the lards ot not only one of the wealthiest tate in the Union but also the lords af a state whoso influence ie felt thru out the world It oould not bo other wise when her people stand for high Ideals On the other hand If we sit Idle and do not furnish skilled labor then In the future years we will find ourselves having to leave Our Old Kentucky Monte or else digging In the mines and clay with strangers us lords ruling over us Oh that I had the power to portray to the Kentucklaos the need of skilled labor for on this more than my other one thing hangs the future at our state For If the sons and daughters of the present generation tall to furnish skilled tabor the influ ence of our state will go Into the lands of strangers Dut in this connection I would mention that we are apt in this age to underestimate the value and benefits derived from our friends From the north Wo are apt to forget the trials and even persecutions which some have pmttf thru in order that every boy and girl of this state night enjoy the privileges which are now opening to them May it never lie true that a Kentuckian has proved alas to these friends but tnny he over treat them with due respect and give them full Justice for the good which they have done And may we the tons and daughters of this common wealth ever boor In mind that our state trust and will advance and it depends m us whether or not our ideas and Influence will control It Altho our work will bo hard end wo will mead with discouragement yet perhaps it Is not In vain and the ltttl glad we Jo we hope in the future generations will seem more than now Let us then bo up and doing With a heart liar any pate Still achieving still pursuing Learn to labor and to walk BESSIE M HAYS December 10th 1900 A Rhetoricals Coal Companys Motion Dismissed Prcstonburg Ky Jan ISJudge lames H dismissed tho motion of the Eastern Kentucky Coal Ands company to list 83000 acres of and In Floyd county for taxation The company In their petition set up ilalms to their title of the land under grants made by the state of Virginian the latter part of the eighteenth icntury Tho petitions of tho com tanles making tho same allegations will be heard at Plkevlllo In Plko ounty The feeling has been high iver the suit and tho residents of Floyd county and In fact every county fo eastern Kentucky have been look ng forward to the hearing of tho petitions with fear of bloodshed 6 m IINPEONAGE InIpool age In a West Virginia lumber camp a group of Italians passed throng h- this city bound for Hoboken N J Tho workmen claim that wages arc Iluo them and thoy will tako tho propc legal stops through tho Italian nmbiv sador to obtain what Is coming lo them According to their story tho men woro sent to West Virginia las November through n labor agent In Hobokmi On arriving nt tIll came 18 miles from Prince W Vn the found that thoy woro expected to 110 blasting Tho men protested and started to walk bnck when they emit they worn roundel up by 12 anne men who called themselves Ill put sheriffs and hold prisoners lor SPY eral days In a box car For the firs five days they had only bread RlIII water and for two days thereafter Iho food supply was cut off entirely liar gee compelled them to work but sufll clont funds were raised for nine of thorn to buy tlielrJrelcaso and pcnnl them to return to Hoboken Jsp Not Eligible Washington Jan 11 Nnturnllza tlon authorities In Washington say thi question ot whether Japanese subject can become citizens of the Unites States already has been settled ad vorsely bytho circuit courts In tho United States which have declare that not being either while person pr persons of African nativity they are not entitled to that privilege Tho question It Is said has never boon taken to tho supreme court of tin States Tho decisions of the circuit courts In construing tho law on tllia subject have been accepted by tin naturalization officials ns nnnl Traction Insurance Cleveland 0 Jan 11 Roproncnta tires of notion Interests in the ens and middle and central west repro sontlng many million dollars In strco railway and Intorurban traction Properties met here and decided upon th formation of tour Insurance compa nice The object of tho formation of these companies Is to carry the Incite sacs on this kind of property and n is stated that the Insurance on ovoi 1100000000 represented In tho meet Ing was pledged to tho now organlr hone Slip on Wabash Main Line Tieollnt W Va Jan 14A tee mondous slip occurred on the mainline of the Wabuh railroad on UtO West Virginia side of the Ohio river at tho bridge opposite MIngo Junction which will put the road out of com mission for several days Just as the slip started n westbound freight train was passing on the bridge Engine McCabe felt tho track collapsing and opened the throttle The caboose art six freight cars of tho train were do molltihod Trouble at French Shoe Factories Fougorcs France Jan 10 Shot factories here which looked out theli employee two months ago reopened but only 800 out of 7500 men returns to work Intense excitement provaili In this city A delegation ot bO chll area of tho ahoomakors went to Paris with the object of arousing sympathy To Succeed Alger Lansing Mlch Jan 11 Congrcus man William Alden Smith of Grand Rapids was nominated to sunned Unit ed States Senator Russell A Algor As thero are only half a dozen Dome oats In the state legislature nomina tlon by tho Republican caucus IE equivalent to on election Plumbers Draw Finn Jefferson 0 Jan 1C Members oI tho Ashtabula Plumbers assoclatloi pled guilty to Indictments charging them with violating tho Valentine antitrust law In Judge Roberta court Five of tho members were tined GO and costs and throo ISO nnd costs THE MARKETS 1 CHICAGO Cattto Common to prim seen 14 000T 001 news IJ TSQI 7 1 helter 12 COOS Oi bull ft 7S04 n itocker and fierier It 10O4 75 She 11 red LambsSheep U COC5 7B lumti IS 7JO7 75 renrllniti II ucre 60 Calr1 u 75O 15 liege trlma ihlppli rrjidri fl 476 M butcher welntiu a t sue 60 peeking 16 SSO8 47H msort td light SC 40O 45 Wtiat Na 2 red ISVfl CornNo S J9 4C 9tt Oat- lNo2 MtfJSlio EAST DUFFALO Cattle Shipping teers 14 WC5 25 J eiport cattle 15 2JO GOO butcher catttt 14 SOBS 10 heifers U 0004 85 cons U 004 25 bulls IS BO 04 BO mllbera and springer US OOjJ 5 00 flheep anti inmbaYeadings 14 BO 05 IS wetheri IS EOQS 75 mixed 15 00 OS BO ewe 14 75OB 25 epilnc lamb 10 50ff7 90 Calves that 19 00ff 75 HORS JI dlumi and heavy H 70 York cri tl 7009 75 Alga K 90ff7 00 itagi tl teas IS routh SS OOO 00 PITTSOUnO Cattle Choice 15 80fl I 10 rims IS BOOS 7E tidy butcher 14 B005 10 helfcrn 12 BOQ4 BO fat cow and bulls 12 0004 00 fresh cows US 01 O50 jOO Sheep and Lambs Prims weth nrs IS IOCS 76 good jnliid IS 8tn 5t lambs IS OOO7 70 Calvca25 OOQ9 80 IfoRB IIeavy hogs 14 MOl 65 mediums ind heavy Yorkers It S6Q8 70 light tmktrs and pigs It 70J18 75 CLEVELAND Cnttlc Prime dryfed 15 B00S 151 tat steers 14 2SO5 25 hotfem 11 504 751 cows 2 0004 15 bulls 12 00 94 25 milkers and springers Sl6 OOO 110 00 Sheep aM Lambs Choice lamb 17 8007 60 wethers 14 BOQS BO mixed 14 75O9 250 CWu II 500S 00 Calves 15 7509 00 HOBS Yorkers mediums nail navies IS 8008 C5 pigs U 630ft 70 roughs IS 8008 10 stags 14 2JJ5 00 CINCINNATI Wheat No 2 red 75Sy EF78HC CornNo 2 mixed 434O c OatNo 2 S7V40ISO nyoNo 2 US- OSo lrd9 10 Hulk meats 18 Ui- DuonSIO 12H Hoea 15 C008 CO Cattle 12 0005 63 Sheep12 0004 7E Umbs4 500S 00 BOSTON Wool Ohio and Pcnmylva ila XX and above Sic X 8201 No 1 I0041o No2 I9O40a fin unwashed 80J60J delaine vashad ITOSTic do atna unwashed 2920o Ksntuckr nnd rnllana combloir Hblood U4TOLEDO Wheat 7Co corn 43Ho ate I734oi rye IScj clovor oad II 60 e 1 YOU THINK we arc advertising I a cheap Fountain Pen to be Sold at a high price but i you are MISTAKEN- Its just the other way We are offering to- GIVE I YOU a fine Fountain Pen one that you couldnt buy for less than 1 SOIalone and THE IZENi one year for only I 150Address I The OitizenI Beroa Ky Dr W G BEST DENTIST CITY VIIOM 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE S R BAKER DENTIST ICYuer l Ortlrp hour from H 14City riHHin It3 Ted etlnettd without aIn Soranoformc C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B H Robinson AU rails promptly attended to night and day Trtrphun4 Nn 4 here Kj The Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT or CLAIM The rtiblKhon of iVebntr InlmtttloiitJ IpelaarwUgvItroroutrhtyraatltedIncueyh the rf nUpttnif it In fart the larder ooverernyuhsmen4ofanothergenerat Wo are of the that this allegation tarot clearly ant acctirntclr ilwcrltx tho work Icon rcoroplUttnl and the tesdtthatbuafourr het Tlwulctionary M it rnw HaiwK has tarn tboroutbljr to tolileil In detail has been In Ukilinlrablrxloplnl to facetevafpart crud tovcrrr nxiuirvinpnU of a- Uon which dcoluam raoro ot popular IDenrUonbittIt Is perhaps nonlltm to aid that we refer to the judicial work suit the bialmit authority In at dedal limit awl In rutnroulnlbopwilt will JQ tbo nourcQ of rotutant reference J5JA IolllC UAVI lIT AITnlC JtTnirct- iAULU a IIUWIUJi The abet refers lo WEBSTEIPS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE IholilKluwtnwnnt was clvcn o Ihu Intern lonal ut tbo U Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST TOM tuft IM gKcascn JJOC 00PUnilSHtHS 8PRINQFICLD MAHI Correct Silverware Correct In character deign sad Is as necessary M E dainty china or line linen yea have everything in good taste and harmonyI MROGERS BIOS pliesfertableuserecorrecte purchased Croat Uadlaf dialers gray where CtUloju CLtelU about tile lee InlrniUonil I5rar Co1ItrI4ta BasiI J