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IrI t O OOOOO loeouoe- M eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoioeoeoeoeaTHE I i VIII Fifo a copy DEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 21 1007 Ono Dollar a year No I IDEAS All men think all men mortal but thcmsclvca Young An honest tale speeds blat being plainly told 6tukei cue Errors liko straws upon the ourt s Lain now Ho who would Burch for pearls must dive below Dryden For tho rain It raJuath every day For modes of faith let Siakcepstue graceless tailtXs tight Pi Ills cant bo wrong wtoao life Is In the rig- htBEREA COLLEGE WINTER TERM OPENED JANUARY 2 With tirjett Crowd of Students Ever Otthered In Eastern Kentucky SPECIAL PAINS will bo taken to pro vlde for still others who are delayed by high water or by schools not yet finished tom FROM THE WIDE WORLD A movement Is on foot to mbibllsh an Amerlom prowxjtortue for Cuba dxhedilng like that which Englund his over Egypt A urge number of tho Cubans think that the new republic will be a farce and that anarchy will reign In less thin six months It Is said that a petition IB being signed by the lilandws tusking President Ilooucvtlt to Bas ltuto u protectorate i instead of a republic Bntlstic published In SU Pricra burg show that 126 Persons were tcntcticfd to dcuth In RtuuU during i the year 1900 tar pjlltiail or revolu tionary crimes iRoporU indicate the Ttqpnt earthquake disaster at Kingston Ja maica Ie one of the gruitrat culunl ke of madam times It is btliavud tint tlwiiiunds of persona have bean killed The chore line iris dlsiptv u eJ in miry places and tIN city seems atiout to sink Into the sea IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Speaking for GOOOO lf1IOI8 who compooo Its membtrahlp the Grand Council of the Industrial AssooLitlon of Auwrloft in cooventfas at IlUon Rouge adopted a rcsMuilJn tndorr Jng IrcaJJint Ito ooveICa action in dleraiinlac the aagro coldlera nt Jlrtnrajvllta The House Us Friday by an overwhelming vote LOOPlliluo amendmen increasing the tuteries of the mem bees together with the president vloei president aixaker and members f the cabinet The 8 aill d roIHIfcal purity bill prohibiting currnratlaiia tiara m iklng ConlilbiUiuna In oonM lon with eke Uonw piMod the house last itoudiy It Is Mjurtcd from ClovUirul that Mayor Johnson is likely to be demoootio ointiito for governor m the nut skato cue Jon Bc ntorlal eltcUana were held In s nufmbr of state letjlsluurrs Tutetkty Among this reelected aro IlilUy of t Texas Morgan and of Ati bvna Cullom of Illinois Kiklna of Wet Vlrglnte Nelson of MlnnowtJj and Wamen of Wyoming The rainfall this nnnth bUs fair to surpass all roDrteln tho offices of Uie weather bureau The rainfall this month Li now abut ten inchtg 1 white the record undo for tho laoaUi of January 1876 was 1163 Inches Th Ohio River reached a Bilge of forty ono feet at LoulsvUI Jloniliy of this woek tho highest paint It has raaclvcd shoe 18S4 when It reached fortyalx foot and tho highest nark with one exception since 1847 In 1847 It reach ed 408 feet and In 18S3 438 l A nitkinal piano coiy rttif called by representatives of tho Amerlain Peace Orpwlavtlon and others In to be held In New York City In the eating to l voice the sentiment of tho country In regard to what shall be lane is tho approaching seamd Ilhguo Pates ConferenceCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY INAccording to information received from the Rivers rand Ilirlxwa Onn mlttttc the Tannrasee River will re adv abut 050000 and the Cum Jaanea Hargls lust at all points be foro tho Court of Appeals which hand down two oplnt3ns Friday In caste In which ha Is Involved The Indict meat In Riyexto county cbirglng the Cbckrell murder Mtxu held to be lOdi 1Thecount also directed Special Judge to draw a juryto try taw Cox oaso from tho jury wheel and further directed him in the trial of the caw 4 Warehouse Receipts Yaakfort Ky Jan 17Tho Ken rrtoy court of appeals in reversing a of Jefferson chancery court second division In tho caso of tho oemmonwoaHh against Selinger holds that warehouse receipts are IntaiHd Wi property and arc to be listed for taxation at the domicile of tho owner and to be assessed at the value of the goods at the time fixed by law for assessment nrv- t e CITIZEN IVol tONbow1Ing IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN DONE THAT WAY In the countries in the far East like Persia India and theydoalways been done that way They wear the same kindof clothes cat the same food ride on donkeys or camels end believe the same things that their fathers did a thousand ars- agd are no wiser and better than their fathers1 In fact they are more stupid and foolish If you go back far enough you will find some people who had a rea son for what they did but they living long after have no reason except that their fathers did soand that is no reason at all Ifour fathers ran their farms in a certain way slhd prospered that is a good reason to run our farms the same way until we can find a better way that will help us to prosper more If our fathers had a certain faith and it made good men of them that is a good rea son we should believe the same thing until we can a better faith that will make us better men One thing merelife is changing all the time The man who succeeded a hundred could not succeed now in the same waynUp to date is a very important word in business and else What was good enough for father is not good enough for us Every good man wants his son to be mote successful happier and better than he has been Let us not be tied to the past in politics in business in education or even religion Keep all that is best and truest in the past but take all the new gifts that God and man have for you in every part of life The Rev Geo Soltau Mr Soltau who commences his worl in the revival meetings here February 17th has had a varied career and an unuiiul experience1 during a busy lira As IL young nun he entered the civil service In Imiton England and spent his spire hours In working in the London slums In that particular part known as Jack Ketchs War run ImmorinUzed In Charles Dickens novel Oliver Twist The center of was a famous Thieves Kitchen which had bop transferred Into a mission house scbetbl Into which were gathered some hundreds of children of the slums plekpookete OI1WlnlJ and all aorta of waifs After ten wrs of such work he Joined Dr Bernardo the famous crsauer of children and organized the Girls Dapaiiinrnt for him In which were gathered some six hundred chil dren annually Fur M ven years e was at the bred of tills work when health compelled a change After spending throe yoirs In mission work ihruout Qrorvt Britain visiting Oina ds and the Slates he was Invited tc Tistnauli wh re ho accepted the pas aerate of a church Hero among Uw colonists he worked are thr seven liar Oeo Soltnu yean evangelizing nil alone the country and vlsli ug noirly every 1m portent tovn In Jftit colony A visit 10 India nnd Ceylon ensued and he bad opjuntunlty oflnspecllns many mission Bttttioai of all denominations In southern India ond getting Into touch with the difficulties and degra dation of heathenism Tlmiout puts jf Australia and ths whule of New Keulmd he travel 1tll holding ralsaons tor tie Awpenlng of spiritual life oDd giving Bible teaching which resulted in the rcvlvil of ntiny churches and the inexttiering of many hundred of B3ul8 Returning to Bnglinil he un dertook systematic Dibit touching in courser ittheruUng thruout the coun try taking part la conventions and the like Dr W W White of the Bible Teachers Training School in New York invited him to join his YlnrsIidclosely In touch with the Water StrKt Mlstlon under the late S II Iltdley and also with the Crenmne Mission where lie give help In gospel address es Mr D L Moody was in England Mr Sallau was much with him helping In enquiry room workI and taking an active port In BjnlKMlon of tho great meetings Ho Is now engaged In evangelistic wprk In Iowa Dont put your hand on a wasps net still it you should do ao grasp firmly what yOu take hold of e A WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING AFFAIRS IN Talc AND ADJOINING STATES Kentucky Court of Appeals SUstalnt Judge Carnes Virginia Titles Her fused Recognition Other Live MattersFrankfort Ky Jan 19 ttt th court of appeals the petition for a wrli of prohibition to prevent Judge Carnes from trying the caso of Judge James Hargls charged with tho murder of Dr D D Cox at Jackson was denied This decision sustains Judgo Carnes The court however directed Judge Carnes to draw his jury from the wheel the most material point for which the commonwealth contended In another opinion the court sari that Judgo Parker of Lexington erred In t holding against the Indictment in tho Hargls case for the Cockrill murder It directs a trial in both cases under the instructions It says Judge Carnes is qualified to sit in Dreathitt county tVirginIa Titles Refused Recognition PUoTllle Ky Jan ITAs a result of the decision of Judge Ford against Eastern Kentucky Coal Lands com pang claimant for 30000 acres of land In Plko county under old Virginia land grants it Is likely that tho title of coal lands In the eastern Kentucky counties has been settled forever in the lower courts Tho decision of Judge Ford which effects every owner of land in eastern Kentucky was heard by more than 1000 residents of the mountains many of whom came 60 miles on horseback In heavy rainstorms swam swollen streams to hear the arguments and decision Defeat Roosevelt Resolution Charleston VV Va Jan ISThe senate by a strict party vote rejected the amendment to a resolution Indors ing President Roosovelt and commend- Ing his stand on the Brownsville af fair The amendment was proposed from the Democratic side and the Re publicans characterised it as an at tempt to play small politics and put the Republicans on record The Democrats then voted against the resolu tion Family III Richmond Ky Jan 22 Sheltosj White a farmer residing at Whitehall this county his wife and five children are at the point of death and the cause of their Illness has not been as certalned Tho entire family was taken deathly sick after eating their dinner It Is thought were soned by eating canned blacjcberrles Coal 011 Explodes Evansvllle Ind Jan 19t By the explosion of a can of coal oil which she had used to start a kitchen are Mrs Charles Grim WAS burned to I death her baby was severely burned and two other women received scorched faces and hands President to Touch Button Washington Jan 17Senator Mc Creary of Kentucky Introduced to the president Fred Levy vice president of the Greater Louisville exposition to be held March 18 to 30 Bailey Case Austin Tex Jan 22 The house refused to take favorable action on a resolution offered by the opponents of postponetheThe senate and house investigating committees have considered In joint session the Investigation problem and IrantRepreaentaYve ant who has sled charges in the cage an attorney to prosecute Benator Bat latterthreeI Condor a High Flyer The condor can fly at a height et ML81ll 1 Chief Contents of This Number rAoi ONE Idem From the Wide World In Our Own Country- Commonwenllh of Kentucky Life of O io Boltmi Important to Sunday School Workori- IAOK TWO Hlorjr The harriers of Wealth Political Talk Children Department IAnU TIlllUK Korea and Vicinity Take Kojlce Ilevlvnl 3Ieetlngt College Item Lateit Market Iteports real mull Comment TIe Iloopltalile lIoly Ilrj lllllli lioyit Irick of flood Manner News from Everywhere Temperance Note iAui nrb V 1I0rtlcultureISunday School LeonniAat SIX v- Si name How to lint School Ancient and Modern Educa tlon by A r Hopton Innn Ilotr to Bet a lien Student Journal KIchtb Kentucky HUtory- VAGI SKVKN- KlilRitun Destroyed by liirthqunke Ilecent State New PAOK KinilT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence Serial Coming Within a few weeks we will begin a new Serial Story It will be one of the most popular novels of Uie day that will be of great Interest wid worth reading We expect to an nounce the title In next weeks Cit izen Two Item of Importance to Sunday School Worker nod rapldlji tilting up for the Worlds Sunday School Conven don In Rome Italy May 2023 nut So far only ff tow heave booked fpaw Kentucky We ought to have 100 Several trips are planned some short some long with prices aoowHng Sev eral attractive side trips are aeJ pelt ned It you aro at all tntcn W wilting to be made intwed writ at once for exnVrootory Tho flfth jeasion of the now tunpus Pasters1 Sunday Saliool Institute m r in Louisville February 182 Same cl the flncaf tul nl in America IMS been engaged Those who havti at tndpd the former sHselong know how high grade it Is others can term no conception of It Mr Miirlon LAw lance Mr D WSullmun C O Trum bull editor of the Suwlay Sortcwt Tinted Dr JP Grew President of William Jewel Oollrg the editors of tHe Sunday School Llteniture of the Peabyterlan Hiptlffl ChrIstian and Methodist Churchej and several more of like kind will take hart on the program Never before hns tliart bren so much Interest in tile Stinday School or in the lMfibT rs work in tho Sunday School The theologian cci nInirles the dsnoinlnwtloail iwpers and denomlmaUonnl meotlngs are nil giving vastly more euAenttJn to Hi than ever before This Institute will be a means of unifying amplifying and Intensifying those Every pastor In the etfortsIpossibly do sa who desire it will be per Vlded nnnies are sent in by February IL Mot only pastors but superintendents nnd taicliera as well diould spend Reduced tuUs hive beets ap plied for and goad boarding dan be secured at 100 per thy v For Program and full particulars address E A Fox Louisville Trust nuHeUrw Louisville Ky JMflKThoConcert Making a Dire Threat foggy Deswelle to his tailor Weally I think I bavo been very pa tent with you I promised again and again to pay you but if you keep on bothering ma I simply wont prqmlso say more C r I oioeoeoeoeoeoooeoeooolln o MoMomoney write to The Cit Izen for terms to agentscM I o 0 cents 82 tit the Iltus When TO Whole The matter A TRUST COMPANYi Is a corporation formed to serve Individuals Firms Corporations Municipalities Countries and States in every legal capacity of trust and to transact a general banking business Itspowers are great but it is strictly accountable to the courts and the State for the faithful performance of its duties It is able to render its clients the most valuable assist a ance during life and will see that their are administered as they desire after they dietIt may act as receiver for an business and straighten out its accounts It will act as guardian for minorheirs ofestates In fact its powers are almost unlimited and r they are all placed at the command of its rons We pay 4 per cent interest on vmglIAccounts and Time Deposits and wee you to make use of the facilities we offer CAPITAL 5000000 f J J Moore President W H Porter Cashier t CLOSING OUT SALE Everything to be Sold by April 1st I A PROPERTY SOLDi J ALREADY i Dry Goods and Notions Hats Caps Shoes GeneraltHardware Farming Tools Queensware Tinware Geny eral Merchandise 1 5000 Worth of Goods I t MUST BE CLOSED OUT Big Reduction In All Lines ooooeuocoooooo embarrassed GtAThe Charter of the Berea National Bank r No 8435 n- mtflce UreasutE department of Comptroller of the Currency Washington D C November 17 1905 l WHEREAS by satisfactory evidence presented to the un dersigned it has been made to appear that The Ierea t National Bank in the Town of Berea in the Countyoff F Madison and State of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United State required to be complied with before an association shall be authorizedto commence the business of Banking r Now THEREFORE I Thomas P Kane Deputy and Act ing Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that I The Berea National Bank in the Town of the I 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 seilof office this seventeenth day of November 1906 r SEAL T P KANE Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency flank open December n S E WELCH Pres WRIGHTKELLY Yic PresIrJ L GAY Cashier i J rGoomooQP 11 ro Frauloln Paulino Von Engclruhe flitted about her dainty room hum ming a snatch of song now she paus ed to arrange a dish of violcla now to glvo her hair a coquettish llttlo twist now to chirp oHly to bird Frnulcln Paulinos sewing girl bent her head over tho skirt she was alter- Ing but not oho ot these careless Vnccful movements escaped her and her whole soul was filled with longing and discontent Tho frauleln was n young German lady vlfllllng somo American rclaUws she was rich oho was loved nnd admired and made much of sho could till In tier dainty clothes andlalk to her bird The sow- Ing girl stitched away fiercely Dy and by Fraulcln Paulino took up a book but her lovely eyes wandered They studied the dark face ot the girl bent over her work noted the sallow skin the tired droop of the shoulders tho heavy frown Present a soft hand was laid on Iho nervous fingers that held Iho needle and a gentle mice said My dear tell mo what It is that troubles ycinl The girl looked up with startled eyes then suddenly eho burst Into tears Oh fraulrtn I unto to bo poor 1 Kato It so It M always work and work nnd work and I have no pretty dresses and no pleasure I am ugly end poorand t hate every thing Poor child poor child said Frau leln Paulino thoughfully You are young and have nothing and you aro thinking that 1 too am young and have everything am pretty and rich and admired la It not BOY My child do you think rich people bavo everything 4hoy wish tort sho saU sotUy I will tell you a llllle story Far away In n Gorman city atone t ot the great musk concerts an ar- tist+ and n young girl were Introduced to each other TheSff two met many times thereafter and life was very bcauUfnl to them Then came a change Tbd mans eyes could no longer hide the love that lay behind thorn but ha did not speak Tho girl was an heiress nhd he feared to bo called a fortune hunter She was also wellborn and ha was but a poor American her wealthy relatives look ed tsknncO at him Ho know that he was not a fitting match for her Tho girl did not want a filling match she wanted n males tint aci she could not speak sho ctiuld only walt Tho sowing girl ronlurcd to lay her hand tenderly on Iho1 bowed head her eyes word filled with gentle tears Did you never too him again she asked softly Tho other girl tilled her face Never a ln8hC said quietly It Is nearlyttwolyearsBga now Iam too young not to find Joy in my friends my flowers and my birds my books and traveling but the best thing in lite I have missed becausO I am rich And now I want yon to have a boll day this afternoon It is a beautiful spring day and you need some fresh air I want you to walk In the park Tho skirt can wait until tomorrow Tho girt glanced dubiously at a large bundle that she had brought with her Those arc vests sho said My sister scfwrf them and I must deliver them al Ihff tailor shop this afternoon tfc Is away up on East Thirtieth street I will dcllvcr them myself said Frauldn Pauline her natural gaiety breaking forth in delicious smiles Oh no not you yourself They aro very heavy and they wake an ugly bundle Perhaps you could send some age No I shall play that I am a vest maker taking home my weeks work I wish to see how It feels It will be large fun- Fraulcln Pauline did not take a car BrIO was a good walker and Thirtieth street did not seem far off nevertheless the vests were so heavy that before she reached her destina tion sbo grew very tired Sho glanced wearily up the street and suddenly her checks grow white then pink A man was coming directly toward hera tall brown oycd man wllh dark hair curling upward under his straw hat Ho bent upon her an pager facePaulFrautcin Pauline Am I dreaming that 1 see you borer he ex- claImed The frauleln stretched out Id him her loft band NO Herr Weslcott It Is only me and not a dream at all Acli It Is good to sec you again I would give you JOUl hands but you sea the other la occupied Hcrr Westcott dropped the little hand be wad holding Certainly his greeting bad been too Impulsive and his eyes saddened May I walk with your he aaked courteously t shall be glad I should like to talk othdme + Itcohmrr so tong since I left Ich You have not forgotten the dear bid city and tho pleasant Itttid garden of Tho Lions Korgoltcnl Fraulcn Paulino was quite satisfied with Uio tone Those were happy flays she con tinued Xwas obliged ib teavd hurriedly fraiileUif and purely you must know that those were happy days to me alsoFranleln Paulfnc fhlttcd the bundle OH her arm and Herr eott was overwhelmed with contrition He had forgott en his magueys Oh I beg your pardon Let mo havo your bundle Forgive mo that I did not think ot It sooner You must bo very tired Yes I am very tired Frauleln Paulino glanced down at tho bundle and sighed deeply They are vests that I am taking to the tailor shop It is a long way from where I live and the shop is on Thirtieth street Herr Westcott started Ho noted for tho first time tho contents ot tho bundle tho plain black hat tho aim plo gowu A light broke In upon him ho stopped stared fixedly at tho do muro taco and downcast eyes then ho lifted tho bundle and looked at It In dismay K You to carry such a tong way Is It possible that all your wealth Is gono and that you are sowing vtata for a living It docs not pay well but It is bon vtalnlUvelyI could have believed It possible Was there no one to look after you Forgivo mo for speaking so but I have always been Interested In your welfare and surely you will pardon a friend for his Truo trankntssIplace Herr Westcott Ach strungo things are possible Dut you must know that my wealth was never the greatest thing to me Not that It is very pleasant to bo poor Of that I am well aware therefore 1ch lie be dlchl She Said Simply I deplore It for your sake but for my own sako Here we aro at tho tailor shop Interrupted Frauleln In a sudden nut ter You will wait without while I deliver tho vests I shall appear again directly In a very few moments they wero proceeding on their way minus the vests Frauleln Pauline held In her hand a fivedollar till A weeks sal aryl she said viewing it meditatively Suddenly a band closed over tho bill and the fingers that held It Pauline at last I may speak I had no right to before but now you aro poor poor and I cannot feel sorry because I am lo glad Pauline dear one do you guess how I havo loVed you always I from tho very first Sometimes I have thought that you cared I dared not let myself dwell lung en that thought but no wI must know Pauline j Sho lifted her long lashes and let him see what lay beneath There was no coquetry In those clear depths now I Teh Hebe dlch she said simply words that in any language need no transaUonIa had once more become conscious of tho pavements and the shops and the earth Frauleln Paulino said Ernest my first care shall bo to exterminate the one fault which I find in thee Thou art too proud I was left lonely and unhappy simply because I had moro money than thou hadst and thy pride could not bear the thought Couldst thou not have loved mo so well that wealth would have meant nothing to theo It was for your sako For my sake Then that didst not give mo credit for equal depth of soul with thyself Ach I Paulino Ircues hertz forgive mel I I see my mistake It Is well for I have a confession to mako to then I have done my best to please thee by being pour but alasI I am Btlll rich Ach it Is a dreadful change of prospects I am surd but I trust to thy honor as a gentleman clrlcumst4nceslIormischievously It was only what you Americans would call a bird A bird Oh I see A lark You were carrying tho vests for somebody else Dut this plain gown 1 merrll1ThouThou art a goose It Is a Paris gown Dost thou think that vest mak era wear such a fit But Ernest thou has not saId that I am forgiven for stilL being rich Herr Wcatcott drew her into an empty entry and kissed her Dear little lark be said I have learned my lesson SPEAKS FOR TARIFF i I AIL LAUOHLIN TAKES I30UE i WITH IDA M TARBELL Writing from Protectionist Standpoint Miss Laughlin Discovers Many Flaws In MlttTarbella Ar gument Ihtlrc are two types of historians 1 Those who ferret out and present Impartially all tho facts and then draw their conclusions from the facts and 2 those who start with a theory and who select and uso facts calcu lated to support that theory omit ting or slurring over such facts as would tend to discredit their precon ceived theory If Miss Ida Tarbells history ot the tariff Is to bo classed as a history at nil rather than an argument in sup port of A theory then Miss Tarbell must be regarded as belonging to tho latter ot the two types ot historians at least so far as tho first Installment of her history Is concerned Hero Is no Impartial marshalling ot facts Such facts nil are presented art used as evidence for a theory advanced rather than as a basis upon which to found a theory At the beginning ot her article Miss Tarbell informs us that if there was any public question on which tho minds ot tho people ot the United States were made up EO years ago was that of the tariff and then after referring to tho lowering of duties In 1857 sho says Not only was tho mind of the country satisfied with lower duties and an Increasing list ot free goods but It had accepted tho Idea that a Christian nation should establish as rapidly as possible reciprocal trade nelsl1borsI that Is one on the subject every ono was agreed there was no dlssenUng Voice This Is what Miss Tarbell plainly indicates Yet on the very next page she In forms us that Mr Merrill was one of the whlgs who had not been satisfied to see duties lowered In 1S67 and who strenuously objected to lotting In raw products free ot duty lie wanted Vermont marble protected lie was one ot tho few New England repro sentatives who had spoken as well as voted against the bill In 1S57 and his speech at that time had been very ablo Indeed It made him the acknowledged head of the active pro tectionist sentiment loft In tho coun try I There was a protectionist senti ment then oven according to Miss Tarbell a sentiment voiced by able and patriotic leaders Obviously the ountry had two minds Instead of one and ono of these minds was not sat isfied with lower duties but waa strenuously In favor of protection Miss Tarboll left drop another fact which would indicate that the people wero hardly settled In favor of a free trade policy as she intimates viz the fact that a largo majority ot the house of representatives which met in 1859 were In favor of protection The members taking their seat In 1S59 had been elected In 1858 Just ono year therefore after the time when according to Miss Tarbell the united mind of tho country had been satisfied with lower duties and ready to embrace free trado at the earliest possible moment that snmo country voted by a largo majority for representatives in congress who stood for protection Apparently that mind was not so firmly made up as Miss Tarboll would havo us be love There lave been two or three times In our history when the people have temporarily broken away from their historic policy of protection and have wandered after tho strange gods of freo trade only to turn sharply back to protection when their toying with tree trade has brought tho logical re sult of Industrial panic The period of 18461857 was ono of these times Bo was 18901893 Each free trade period was followed by a panic and tho panic by a return to protection and prosperity Gajl Laughlin Canadas Intermediate Tariff Canadas Industrial interests Have IntcrmedlIaro wondering how they will ever know what their tariff protection Is going to bo when by the stroke of a ministerial pen tho lower intermedi IntoIrlect dUlltria production that aro Involved In the sot of schedules arranged for reciprocity purposes The British preferential brfsed upon patriotic con sldoratlons Is bad enough but when It comes to doing business under a dickering tariff that for trading purposes may bo cut even lower than the British preferential they will learn bow utterly pernicious and luexcusa bio the scheme of tariff hocus pocus for reciprocity really Is Go Slow and Think It will bo very unwise If congress responding to the clamor of a few or of tho politicians who are thinking more of their party than of thorn country should rush Into tho matter of tinkering with tho tariff Not many Interests are suffering to any extent and sonic of the arguments used by those who aro noisily demanding a change aro trifles light as air Noth ing will be lost by going slow and thinking a great deal may be lost by pursuing an opposlto policy Knox+ vtHe Tenn Tribune p HAS ITS ADVANTAGES Selling Abroad Cheaper Than at Home The grange at a meeting In Don vor adopted resolutions ngalnst s tariff which allows a manufacturer to sell goods at homo at higher ratelI than ho can get abroad for his wares This resolution whllo apparently rea sonable Is not logical There will of course always bo room for hon est differences of opinion In regard to a tariff question Yet a tariff which allows a manufacturer to sell at homo at a certain prlco and soil abroad at a less price has Its advantages A manufacturer ot hats for In stance might turn out a product and sell It In this country qt a fair mar gin of profit The tariff protects him and allows him to make a profit nut for tho tariff ho would be unable o compote with tbo cheaper labor of other countries New In supplying the ho it mar kot ho gives work to a certau number of men and no moro Without extra markets he cannot employ extra roan In a foreign country tho prlco on his product duo to lower wages paid In a foreign land Is lower than ho gets horn Ito cannot send hate to that country and sell them at thn prices prevalent there lie cannot make a profit because of tho high I wages ho pays by selling them for less t- Dut he can sell them In a fotlgn land nt for example the very bed rock cost prlco This competes with foreign manufacturers in lands whore no tariff protects them Dy selling over there at cost ho gets an added market lie must pw duco moro hats Ho must hlro mow men And so though making lltllj or no profit out of the venture ha Is acting as a middleman between for sign lint buyers and local hat buyer and Is giving employment to Amor leans that they could not have otherwise secured bringing money talc American circulation that would u1 otherwise have boon brought hero lie makes his living Jff tho trod ucU that ho sells at homo aU a rea tonablo profit He makes tho living for the laboring man by rolling our plus products abroad at foreign prices which help keep the wheels of Isis factory going though not bringing In a profit to speak of for tho Institu tion Norfolk Neb News The Sellers Option After a reference to our foreign trots for October tho Now York Times says Tho significance of those figures to our foreign friends lies In the fact that whllo wo have almost doubled our excess of exports of merchandise wo have exorcised tho sellers option to tako our balance In gold and with something over to show that waworo merely taking our own This year shows an excess of Imports of gold of 96158018 Islt not time for the economist of tho Now York Journal of Commerce to sit up and take notice lie does not or at least until tho American Economist showed him tho fallacy ot his views did not think gold Is usedI to settle balances of trade It is not to be doubted that our abil ity to demand nearly 100000000 In gold In payment for merchandise ex ported la tho cause of the present difficulty In the Iondon money market a difficulty which would bo Inten sifted by a continued demand Nor will any one claim that the present demand for productive labor Is pot In part duo to the presence of that gold which our favorable balance of trade enables us to obtain Free trado however will snarl that hart of this favorable balance ot trade Is duo to our selling to fprolgncrft a less price than American consumers are charged As If we couldsell any thing to foreigners without employing American labor Does Not Exist The people of tbo United totes have declared many times arid with great emphasis for tho protective poi icy No more plebiscites aro needed on this main question of policy nut the details of tha tariff schedules de pending on varying conditions and complex circumstances mlgh gory well bo left to a nonpartlean commie slon of experts Minneapolis Jour nal i v Nonpartisanship on Iho tariff ques tion does not exist outald6 of Insane hospitals or Institutions for tho feeble minced To be Qtibnpartlsan on tho tariff is to bo wholly without views one way or tile other and a man who In this enlightened ago has no views on the tariff question can hardly be considered as Intonactaay equlJ1Pcd- ror usefulness ontarltcommission- One Year of a Tariff Let Alone There Is no argument for tariff revision downward In tho foreign trado statistics During the 12 months ending with November wo Imported articles to the value of li87178024 or JIOO000000 more than for the car responding period last year In the same 12 months our exports to taled 1807432075 this being 200 000000 moro than wo exported In the receding 12 months Tho excess of exports over Imports amounts to 520 253161 a gain of moro than 123000 000 over tho previous year Perhaps some ardent tariff revisionist will ex tilaln how this splendid + howlngcoud- havo boon Improved by downward revision 1 l Tariff revision business may look as Innocent as the unloaded nnd yet prove a veritable Pandoras box- when oi onfd Scranton Tribune SPARKS FROM AN ELECTRIFIED DISH ITake an Iron tray And set it on top f four glasses which bavo been wiped perfectly dry Chargo it with electricity by rubbing it vigorously with a sheet of jrown paper You will presently produce sparks Strong enough to leap from the tray to rout finger although you will bo in no lanpor of a shock Tills Is called the Enchanted Tray fMElectrified Mounted on Glasses and la n nice thing to amuse children with o Hero la an old trick but perhaps you younger boys and girls do not know It It Is the trick of cooking scrambled eggs Ina hat You ask tho company If they would like a dish of scrambled oggs Then your break four eggs In a hat drop In a pinch of salt place tho hat for a short time over the flame ot a candle and shortly afterward pour Into a dish tho scrambled eggs Quito hot How IB It done Why the scram bled ogga dare In reality been provl ously prepared covered and placed in tho hat Out when making your prop osition to the company you hold tho hut too high for them to see the In side of It MINIE DART roy Which the Hand Doy Can Make With His Jackknife This Is a toy that It easily made from material within the roach of every boy A pine stick two feet tong and onohalf Inch thick two brads a- Piece of patseboard or stiff card five Making the DartlIInches long and two ash stick three feet long and a place of stout string constitute all tho tnato rial necessary Whittle your pine stick perfectly straight and round n little larger In diameter than a load pencil With a small saw cut In one end a slit about five Inches deep Into this slit Insert tho pJcco ot card first cutting It tho shape shown In the picture Tack It on with two or three brads clinching thorn on the other tide to Insure their firmness When this Is done and not boiforo balance tho dart on your knife blade to find tho center of gravity and at the point where It balances cut a notch slanting in the direction pf the point away from tho card find If you cut tills notch In tbd cental or near tho end the dart will not work It must be just where It bat ances De sure you Jet this ncrh right for on It depends tho jsaccees of tho toy The dart being finished the next thing Sa to construct tho lash to throw It with A plcco of ash or some springy wood Is bettor for this purpose but pine or spruce will do Cut thla about three feet long and the 1lamct6r of a whip handle BO you I Your eggs nl but one wero r atlj empty ones from which you had pro I vlously sucked tho contents The one solid one you should havo accidental dropped on the table lotting It broii so as to fool the company IntJ supposing that tho other four wove ale solid eggs The Ilowltchcd Welch la a trick IprOVlS Dish L company Ask nil your Mend ft stand around In a circle Hold tin watch to ono persons car and nay It U going Is that not ear lie wit say Yes that so Hold It to the next portion car and say Now It I i not going Iint thai I BO He will say That BO tar I cant hoar It going So all around the circle Otto per son will find It going The nest one j will find It not going The trick Is dono by mesas of i i loadstORO which you had In one hand Whon you want the watch to BtJp rIng transfer It to tho hand contnlnlni tho loadstone which will UimedlnlcJj stop tho movement of the works Whon you want It to RO take It out of that bond ami shake It gently whl doing BO It will start to going csalnln can handle It comfortably In the hand yot this sad springy tapering toward ithe cad To the small cad of this stick fallen n ploco of stout string i iabout two feet lone aad at tho olhe i end of the string tlo a knotVTo shout the dart explains tho Chi C cage N wa hold It with the loft hand near the tall or paper cod holdingnthe whip In tho right Throw the string over tho dart and draw Utthrough tho notch until It cntchott on tho knot Thou with a rapid upward motion switch the whip Into tho air lotllBK go lip dart at tho same time I Tho dart will leave tho string and soar high In the air The lighter the dart is mado and the moro springy Ibo whip tho higher the Ii minlo dart will fly Hq correct In your aim and you may loam to hit tbe + I mark aa well as did the old Umo ding 1lore Hut bo cartful not to break win idews or imash things in your train Jlag l s tSFokcrI-Wo rapidly have a neighbor who talks TCTJ lO Tho othgr day my little niece nuked i Auntie Is Mrs San Ameri can Why certainly I replied Woll eta laid I bought she was 4Irsome different speciesLos Angclca Times y Her KItties i Sir furs art like those oxclalrnort rthoWhy exclaimed her mother yos J i have no furs of any kind Ye I have protested tho dllkIi 0 and th taro lined with kittens tee Youth Companion Vengeful Slow of Sweep At Scbladorn Germany an armed tramp demanded and raccfvcd mosey from n chimney swoop As tho tramp was walking away the sweep cvro hiss + a blow on tho head with Us brush which killed him 1ffeAPDEJTDAYJ 273e are the saddest dayv anae JTXSTG fin spite ofalladvice Door IjtUeWtlhe AJGJ Giray mtP li1VeegiIdcad l Wr arc Wrtlnal1GICC I oar0kolorororokorororDMora o oroYoYpYololtokoltoatoroHo- o I o- o I RAZORSxo jl I And Shaving Material Io W o o x It o x IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A FINE RAZOR 0- 0 ai o Ono that will givo entire satisfaction como in and see o Our Now ABBOrttaditai I o 0oo For those who prefer tho regular style razor and yet have a io Bafoty guard attached the Curly Safety Razor in tho thing at 250 r- A 0 The Gem Safety Razor with seven sharp blades in as good as o any 500 Safety Razor made Our price 150 o t 0whllo you nro purchasing razor remember that there are soy I t oral other thiugn necosaary to complbtu nn having outfit Strops i I u lather brushes soup tulcuin powdtr and cold cream aro hero in a o variety of brands nnd prices 0- I r 0Pocket Knives 0 We have n largo now n tIOrhnent of Pockot Kuhes nt prices o oo0 g 141 grY 0 i Porter Drug Co INC j o X a Prescription Druggists x- OAOAOw0it0il0il0itoilOilOS10iOiDAO11010C1107a0A01t0A05t0T1 i o710A0Ie0kf 080808008000080aoa0800008080e080080800e0800 Berea and Vicinity i0- 8- J 8 0 8e0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 8J jr nnnn oo o x i oaoooooouuu uu I TAKE NOTICE + In the aUsofic of Dr Thomaon Dr Owk will praooh la Obipel next Sail day night on the aubjaotOar Sckool mister Frost spoke In JAItmoratns aitd atn4ng lw Iprt81dentB UMMU of KnoxTlll ruoeutrea a Iwvrlr and uru atiknotM n to Ow HMopm of tlM CoagrmBtpnal dmreh lee ie awl tan I oewtfted Ha will ptlwab tkr OVITJ Sunday mornlm at 11 oclock and tat t 3 Po in at Harw Mr and Mrs Thomas Plgg wire re wived Into the menibaraMt of the Unloit Church UM ftintey RMtroliiR M the NamOW Gap School Iloaeq by AMtafeu rotor Hudaan Mr R V Dlznay Dare a good addrtcs at the Blue Ltek rmotlng In the afternoon fj Fiftyfive were present AUw Lllllc Qantry of Riobntom spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of J II Jioksan r Mr utd Mrs n F lLmCon an I rejoicing over the arrival of a little girl at thalr home MIN Doribo pang la reported to i have K Ml I owe of ti ioid Urn t d Will Dalton Is vlsUUg home talk M Miaa Mambo UUok of Wo U the 1 guest of her oouslnr UirUiiu and I L Johnnlo Jackson 6 IIrArdi nrnndrnburg of Land friends at this place Mrs Molllt Coddlnsrton bf Iknnokw r Va lift Tuesday for Cincinnati when she will spend a tsw diye with friends NEWS ITEMS for D rca and Vicinity should bo In the hands of the editor by Tuesday morning early If possible Very Im portant Items way bo J nserted as laU as Wednesday morning We shall be glad to have any Items of news hand ed In by our subscribers m r American Dainty Corsols 011 styles ItCor solo atSS R BAKERS Qr 7s It Your Own HairA o L A youryit Havent enough hair It must r be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor I Heres an Intro duction I May the acquaint ance result In a heavy growth of rich thfckClossy hair I And wcknow youll never be Lay I think that r lash Vigor 1lh mot wondtilul Itgrnwerttutwotrermede I here w1 It lain tim In lulally T Ula t for m l a with It I cheertn Ir eplettdldtrepaIVllnOCLwerladeh J ration Xtd Dr JO Arr Co LowllIdeee Abe nuubetunr of j SAB3APABILU 1IPTQ chir y PECTORAL uwuwuwuwwwwww I She will also visit other pfaoes befo I morning to her hornISlkIs Nattla OlUtttm nIIthe pen of Mra Bart Ojddlttgtnn- Mw A P Smith end blithe san Plnevlll who have been vUItlng M Bsrt Cid4lnitoH hove returned to their home aeonmiiunlad by Mrs Oo4 ainKtoo lira Jlni HatH dld of petlnnn last Friday and was burled in Mitchell burying ground Saturday bleu Vrdneada nl+tu Mema Roes 1anddead of Owniay oaunty at the home of Prat UlMHtJr Mr Seals Miss Rob anon Mrs McDonald and Ihltiy slUI dents wore prwnt After sawwl gamea tyro Indulged In nffwrtiments were served and Uw social closed by slBfjlns Owsley lUlls To get rid of surplus old super Citizens and other pipe will bo sold at the Citizen office for a few days tie rate of olght pounds for five oenOt Instead of the usual rate of four pounds for five cents atlM Lucwota Si urlock Is very sick G M Green sold his stock of groAceries to E L Robinson list wee k and aftoA tho Inventory wvt taken Mr Green bought out Mr Robinson The business will be continued Mr Greens sane careful rnUlllogIIl anal ho topre that his customers will boar In mind UiW Ills stove will be open for buslnece Thuraday morning The lectures on Clcnpitn and Ivi f yatte by Charles Walton Stymour In the College Chapel list Oiiurdaj end Monday nights were splendid uf enturtnlnnifnt and valuable front un educational standpoint The Lyceum ConunHtoe felt Itself justified in the special rotes given to the students be oauso of tho grtiit impulse they would rcclve to the ctudy of hU ory Nothing like that ever hoard In De roa beforfs ww what some of the educated ulrople were siylng That is what they will bo saying after the Gamble Concert on Febru ary 9th unless all signs fall A pro gnarl of the sort that is not cheap no hwj one tint will delight mice I elms and greatly plots Uv09 WILD know little of music Js to be givon It will bl the greatest musical even i ever known In Brat Tito Ilcvlrnl Ir 11I1 Vor some years It has been tile cur tom during each winter term to hat o a strong man come to Derm nnd lend a series of sptclil meetings In the Col lego OaapeJ Etch YOU the vault has been a Urravnumbrr ot conversions and the grMhwork of list winter is ftlll frreli In tho minds of Uiias who intended it While the meetings nro under immediate charge of tho Union Church and the College everybody In i Brrea U Invited and tho desire is that all the churches shall shire In tie blsslng This year Rev Oct Ssltftu of OhloiRj has urea secured to lead the work and the meoilngs J will begin Sunday February 17Ui j Mr Solntu Is a man of large experi J face and one who Ties been greatly of the Lord A cut and a sketch loc his Issue life will be found elsewhere ln I r r 0oegoi College Items f oo e 8 jo HERE AND THERE o 008000800808080e08080 A letter from J II Movlows a stu dent hwe in 19001 says tint he left school hire to loam telegraphy and Is getting a goad salary in that bual ness In Chloagu but he misses the gen sail training he would have gotten by remaining In Berta and 110111 that ho may ba able to return end continue his studies Prof Rathe was side early tbll- wfek and unable to must his etwee fur some days Mr A S Brandenburg n student hrre In 19QIG stuppfdovfer In Demi Mouthy on his way home to London Ky altar doing some brick laying in- Wetst VlrglnU He Imrnsil tIle blade hare The rhetorical dlvMons of the Eighth Qrtido Senior I te ppepiring u WashingtonLincoln Day program to whioii they villl Invite all their fri nde George Hoalilna vlaitcd Dell friend on his wy to WHIt VlreJirta what la and his brotlwr John are working ac brick laying Miss Com Marsh ltd UM Y W C A uiwdng Sunday night the ujXt being HiBher FrfeiufcOilp I J Co3i led the Y M C A meet Ing Sunday tatght Ojn cnKlon ws the sabjcot- Lnet SJiUiidar night about 310 the wind took two large pinks of tin rooT tag off tram take ladles nail TlK ruin was proving down and thru tin expos1 plto rv Mr Il dn ami Air Oxldlngton were Hwninoowl sad by laird work nvwl the rata of the root fruit blowing swq TIM girls gut their bioama and worked heroically Butoplng ver down attlr Mid ralmuoFief corps of a dozen hors frjtn llgw and Htll oame over but the ruin fu almost over end there wee MJtk ttore to da Dr Thomson prratthed la CSi4el list Sunday Right on die text Look unto me soul be e wired all ye ends of the emit After the uwtnw oa anfxpr punwee to live a Chrlxlin llf Or Thomson will spark at Camber sap curt Sunday trot DIofmore will take hits palace at the Par ash lime on uniliy morning Ti w UI1Ir AeOorpa and the SMM of V tertDa biwe recfntly barn loaolKxl by Piuf L V Dodgf The leaitlnK offloera of CXipi J1oInI- NW4 jtoat are fie follow c mnuid er 0 H Groevennr Senior VlceOjtn mauder Wnt Morris Jualor Vict Commander A F Playa Quartz nitftor I V Dodge Adjutant H D Hanoock Qipt James West WwmaB RHIe Oon s Pros Mrs M H Iodp Sen lor VlorPreafdent Mrs B L lion son Junior VIcePiealAem Mrs W K Ilss Trr Mra M J Uroe venor Secretary Mrs N 0 PJMW Ojnductor Sirs Stills Iluxwn J lltntgo a p S of V clap lain Jno II Hbbjrd letLletiber6stY II 1C Rlclunlgon 2nd Mwtwitmw Robert Duncan lot Sergeant W n Gabbinl Quajronnaaior S rg aii C len4Flianson To nuke roam for new goods J hove reduced prices below cost 01 all my winter hats MRS So H DAKEU L L TIS APITEZO Ornlnear t That nukes Ito weak iwrong It ntikfs each rJ J blood It Is a builder of t energy It Is nutrttous tOol1cgo workers should tat and oat It often s t It nmkts the toller energst a ic and his world Is made x cafilor and pleasanter See rt your children rot Api a faze It will make their childhood vigorous and in b- I their maturity they will be useful Apltezo does not Imale brains but twill 1m rprove tits brats When you have used Api Iteo says to your friends ti oit1r GeM GREEN a MAIN STRKBT rilono No 08 Deliveries made to all parts of A the city tattle 1 1 I SIXTEEN KILLEDt n Collision Between Dig Four Passen ger Train and Freight Fowlor Ind Jan 21At least 18 persons wore crushed or burned to death In the colltslononthe Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago St Louis rail road between the Queen City special and a freight train Ten persona were seriously Injured and several more slightly hurt The passenger train was running at a speed of 50 miles an hour and consisted of a combination coach three Pullman sleepers and a private car With the exception of the private coach tho entire train was destroyed by fire Eleven of the victims wore burned to death In the combination coach and but two of thosbbavo boon Identified as the bodies were almost entirely consumed by the flames The dead Included tho train crew Henry Alcott Cincinnati fireman was Instantly k111rd The collision occurred boo feet from a switch near this place The passenger train in the heavy fog ran by a telegraphic block signal to stop Tho red light was not seen Tho engine and tender telescoped tho combination coach causing a mass of wreckage under which the passengers in the car wore wedged Freight Merger Milwaukee Wls Jan 19Tbe most Important and by far the most sweep Ing consolidation of freight lines of the great railway systems and combi nations of tho country that has been brought about In years Is booked to be made within a short time by tho Vanderbilt system The ulan Is tho absolute consolidation of all the fast freight lines and dispatch lines which have for years been operated under tbe general Vanderbilt system and will place all the lines under one corporation tke Merchants Dispatch company Increased Their Salaries Washington Jan 19dly a rlslug voto of 13S to 92 the house adopted an amendment to the legislative execu tive and jadlcfal appropriation bill which was taken from the speakers table with senate amendments In creasing the salary of the vice presi dent speaker and membcts of the cab- Inet to 12000 per year and those of senators representatives delegates from territories and tho mlMlonor from Porto Rico io750Q per year the increases to take effect March 4 1907 Gold Stolen San Bernardlna Cal Jan aArobber stole a box containing 6600 In gold bullion bound for the Safi Francisco mint from an express truck at Dratow Tho bullion was being transferred from the westbound train to Los Angeles to the San Francisco train In the semidarkness the rob her readily escaped The bullion Is too heavy to be concealed and It Is bellovedthat the robber has burled it Men Tagged and Deported LoiansjMjrt Ind Jan 22FUty an- Imal trataere and other circus em ployw of the Hagenbeck shows who were released on arrival In Peru where the show consolidated with an other circus wore shipped to Logan port by the Peru police The mn were promptly arrested and deported Each man was given a printed tag reading Returned with thanks not available City of Logansport Mother and Child Drown Plttsburg Jan 18Mrs Jacob Dla key and her son Samuel 2 were drowned and her husband an another son narrowly escaped while attempt Ing to ford East Pike run in Washington county Spectacular Fire Norfolk a Jan 2tA spectacular fire In the Treat lumber piles and oil tanks of tho Atlantic Creosoting company caused a loss of JGOOOO and the probable fatal Injury of one man THE MARKETS CHICAGO Co tile Common to prime steers t4 0097 39 cows a2 7S0 75 bulls JJ Tiff 50 heifers IS lO1i 00 stockers and feeders S3 604 CO Sheep and Lambs Sheep M 0015 T5t lambs U 757 70 yearlings Jl 6068 10 Calve 12 7Bg8 00 Hop Prime shipping hop 16 t 0t 65 choice butchers U 5Vy 1S 611 pact tng IS liSCI W plpU 00 CC SO Whfitt No 2 red Tic Cdrn No 3 416UHC OatsNo 2 acC1 EAST BUFFALO Cattle Shipping steers Jl 765 J5 export cattle U 350 6 10 butcher cattle S4 7SC5 n cons a 2 605T4 fcO bulls JJ 75S4 15h helfrs 2 2806 00 milkers and sprinters J25 00 G55 00 Sheep and Lambs Yearllnt It shoe 7S wether 8S 40C6 tSj mixed IS ooSG 50 ewes 14 7BS6 25 spring lambs 16 0007 SO Calve Beat 19 OOJJ 9 60 HORB Ileavle and mediums ie 90 Yorker 7 00 pic 17 20O7 21 sstaags 14 506J CO roughs IS 75QS 21 PITTSDURQ Cattle Choice IS IOO 6 CO prime 15 CiO f1i 75 tidy butchers 14 6065 10 heifers I250O4 CO tat cows and bulls J Oi4 00 fresh cojvs l5 00- 1IQ 00 Sheen and Lamb Prime weth ers 15 KOQS 75 goad mixed 15 sorts SO lambs IS 000S 00 Calves U COQ 25 Hop Heavy toga If 90 mediums Yprhora and pigs S7 00- CLEVELANDCattle Prime dryfed 15 COQ5 75 fat steers 14 8305 Stcows 13 0003 11i Mills 13 SOOt 25 heifers 13 SSO4 75 milkers and pringti 115 00 aGO 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs 17 40 others 15 COOS 5 ewes U 50j 475 Calves IS 75 down Hog fork ers 1C SO mediums I 750 SO pg 18 90 roughs If 85G 10 stags IS 009 r 5CINCINNATI Wheat No 2 red 76Q 76Hc CornNo 2 4SUC44C OatsNo 2 SSUflSSc nye No L 6JOIOO Bulk meats IS 8Tlb Bacon W 12M Lard 19 0009 10 hogs55 SOli SO Cattle a3 0005 60 Sheep2 2SBB 25 Lambe 14 60OS 00 NEW YORK Cattle Steers 15 100 6 25 bulls 3 8004 15 cows II 7504 16 oxen 14 654T6 22 Sheep and lambs Sheep 13 6005 25 lambs 17 40OS 06 CalvesVeal IS 60 HogsIT OOIy 7 15 pigs 17 15O7 25tBOSTON Wool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above lie X 32c fine unwashed 286c detain washed S7f I714o delalne unwashed 3StJ30c Indiana and Kentucky combing NblooJ 3ICSo TOLEDO Wheat 78o corn 45Ho Nt SS ic rye CSo cloverieed 1650 3p+o+0+OO+o+oq o+0 +o +o+o+00+o +o+oro+o +o +o+o+o +o+o+ot i BEREA BANK AND TRUST CO i CAPITAL 5000000 t o SURPLUS JO00006 to 0 1 + 0 t REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT I c The Heal Estate Department of tho Berea Bank and 01 buysoGrasso+ town of Berea for prices ranging from SIOO to 6 1000 Also n number of the best residences It is our o o obuyoa1 Those having property to sell will do well to list the osame with us and it will be disposed of in a most sat sfao to tory manner at tho highest market price without any effort + tonyour part a TRUST DEPARTMENT 10 The Trust Department is prepared tolake entire or o partial charge of any kind of real estate collect rents at facto+ I tWeare also qualified to act as executors of estates tot i 9administrators6 a INSURANCE DEPARTMENT accidentoo Fire insurance is BO cheap that you cant afford to go Iwithout it If you are not insuredor neo not carrying minutes i r o I J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier I+0010 +D+o+o +o+o+o+00+O+o +040+0+0 +o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o+oo OOoi Ring Phone No 10 ix ioGROCERIES0 oSo Golden Grain Patent Flour per sack 550 o5coM i LAUNDRYJ BeRichardson osA NAVEN o- ottbrnatoKoatostoeoaostokowra kokokokokokokokorokakorotx Goaoooeo080eo080080oeoeooeoeo08080oeoeoao b- IT o i PAYS TO BUY ANOTHER 0 i ASUITD 0 o CHANGE OF DRESS IS A GOOD THING ANDiAN EXTRA SUITOR TWO BREAKS MONOTONY OF ONES DRESS t divide Co Blasted from Glacier great glacier Mont Diane being other purposes than furnishing occupation guides attraction for tourists ice trust baa Bono Into thebuslnesa cxtenslvo scale quarrying the clear hard leo altitude 4000 Tho blown out great means dynamite after which sawed into regular sizes and sent down the mountain sides narrow gaugo railway THE NEW CASH STORE will beginning January 12th and continuing until January 26th inclusive have a general SEMI CLEARANCE SALE on all kinds pf Clothing WinterIWe have made it tive rule not iSVlescome shopworn Wed rather lose our profit and give you the benefit for consider a valuable vertisement for our adIgive the Clothing that we are offering this Clearance Sale Our reduced price does not reduced value We meaninot space give invite you visit and see the bargains have toiyou Dont forget the We take this to thank you for your lib 0 eral patronage for 1006 and e trust you may see fit with for the year S ResptdfullJarl1St Rhodus 1907I e r IoS D II CeonooIoonoaoooo eRpgnN I Ice The on In used for an to and an An on an of at an of feet ice Is blocks by of it Is on a i t f w r r J T 1 2 to we it 1 to we to us we to to us 4 In Farms for Salt Fiftyaero farms in Mississippi school and church convenient good land well watered on the railroad Price 1500 to 2000 according to a improvements Five years time no interest Supplies for first year to experienced farmers who can offer good references TijFor particularraddress Southern Comwe l Co Natchez Miss Ur t r t r The Citizen r flj niwspipor for ill thstls right true and Interesting j TublUhcd every Thursday at Bern Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO L Albert Cook Ph 0 Editor and Mgr r Subscription Rates I PAYABLE IN ADVAXCB l a fI o Ia Menth 6- 11n ree Monthi at orka4 money by Post oaice or Exprc Mone- y6der Krgitlcred letter or one sod two e t tamps date aflet your name on label ahowa to JWkal date your aubtcrlptluo la paid If It la not n within three week teuewat AMtfyvaUUaloR number will be gladly aupplled if ween uotlbcd addtLiteral terms siren to any who obtains new r+ for ua Any one tending ui four JErlPllonfortlons one year can receive The Ciuien hat a onappltnUoat I Girls among tbo Bedouins are often pretty although their beauty soon fades Macaroni dOcSnoiall ctome from Italy The French city of Lyons last year produced 33000000 pounds Many n breezy young man re sparks tho Philadelphia Bulletin is preparing to reap tho whirlwind A now hotel Is projected in Ma nlla that will cost 1200000 It Is In tended to make that city a tourist re IIOrt is Giving up both tho ship and the ghost is rather overdoing It says tho Boston Transcript Also annoying to tho passengers i iThatwill bo a restful day says the Philadelphia Ledger when Lipton has lifted tho cup and Peary triumphant fly climbed tho North Pole Colorado holds thorecord among mountainrjthese aro 14000 feet and over 3 Residents of England have 7550 1 000000 Invested In mortgages in for 4cigncountries Theso Investments an aually bring about 27500000 in Gold Will we bo compelled to annex Mex Jco because the Yaqul Indians have Wiled same American citizens We must uphold the dignity of the coun ea try at any cost k Half of the town oX Arlca Chile was destroyed by earthquake Possi bly tho other half of tho city had put I up signs reading Earthquakes must peep off the grass or something ot tho sort Football Is described by Andrew Car acglo as a groveling in the mud Unfortunately says the Now York American a man will have to seek liis exerclso on the ground until ho r learns to fly A road without a speed limit Is the motorists dream says William K Vanderbilt Jr It may bo a dreams the motorist says the Philadelphia J North American but to the rest of us it is a stern reality Threo notebooks which formerly be longed to Shelley tho poet containing autograph manuscript a considerable ifished of which has not been pub were sold in London several days ago for 15000 6 During tho first six months of 1906 the number of emigrants from Italy t was 458618 more than halt of whom tie went to transatlantic countries This drain upon the population consldera bly exceeds tho natural increase I Newfoundland is a land of lakes So sumerous aro they that It is estimated llioy cover about one third of tho total 687t4900 miles of sea coast Roy Knabenshuo is going to try to reach tho north pole in a balloon starting from Toledo This looks like a reasonable idea SUIT it would bo better If the start were made from New Orleans North polo discovering will yet be made to include all of the comforts of homo with stopover prix ileges in Florida California and Sa jaoa It is the turn of the girls to crow la these suffragette days the very 4f used advisedly Statistics of tho schools of America and prize awards of tho Royal Academy In London show that in tho three Rs and in art girls beat tho boys as students Petti eoated painters and modelers nearly onopollzc the honors of the Royal academy schools this year and says + lie New York Mall statistics gath fired la various flections of tho United IHatca by tho burea of education at Washington showed that tfirls excelled generally In ability aa students in aesthetic taste and in color discrim ination William J Holfo the veteran Shake near authority celebrated his seven t tyninth birthday at his quiet homo in Caaabridge blase recefU Even at f Jhto advanced age ho is sllll busy with 2ils pen turning off a quantity of work which would exhaust many a younger J man and this without the aid of sec retary or amanuensis I S Prince Eltel Frederik tho Gorman r efflperort second son whllo at col lep3o performed the difficult feat wlEiQiIag across the Rhino at otrwlierp the river is very broad ml full of dangerous eddieso L WIlt ihfuspitable iLfUttie flIt Nrrl oftntrtira i By NEWELL DWICHT 1I1LLI5 D D ill BSEIWATJONiniggcsts the decline of hospitality and the decay of the home as a college of instruction n hospital for hurt hearts a center of inspiration and happiness Doubt loss foreign customs have crept in and injured the old Amer ican idea of hospitality and the right nso of the American homo And yet ono of Iho first of tho fine nrts is the art of hospitality One of the grefttoft of tho sciences is tho science of turning the homo into an institution for the diffusion of re finement culture and beauty Vlmt the honoysuckto over hanging the door of a cottage and perfuming all the gann nts that paw by is to the cottage that hospitality is to the home Any homo that exists solely or even primarily for tho tyrant that livos in it is a prison a Hostile with this difference that the wall of olfilmo3 is built to keep mOll out rather than to keep prisoners in Andoh for a revival of the spirit of hospitality No eollegn ever founded can do what it is given to a beautiful hotno to accomplish Clubs servo a useful purpose for men hut tho spring of lifo is in tIle household Hospitality has not been estimated nt its trud worth It is ono of tho crowning glories ora city Ambitious to achieve a home anti fill it with beautiful objects the next duty is to bring the homo to boar upon ones friends and to send out thcrofrom good will inspiration friendship and happiness A good home well built is like a fruitful tree but unless the fruit is picked when ripo it rotse 1nJi nf rnlute- arlt hill Ltrtunnrrs By R C F CANDAGE Pretldent Boston Industrial Home Inpublic school educa tion thoifoy of the pres ent pos caR 3 an ailvnn tage in Irnjfth of Ihq scliool year and in studies as now pursued over the boy of CO or 70 years ago but whether lie loaves school better to become a citizen and to battle for livelihood is an open question Some think he is not and give as n reason for so thinking that he lacks kindness in manners respect for his superiors anti has little regiird for law and order as compared with the boy of earlier period Whether true or otherwise such is the criticism- If true does not the fault lie largely in the home training and not at the door of the public schools The boywho is trained at home to be kind to lilt equals respectful to his superiors cud to elderly persons and to respect the moral and common law is not likely to become a terror to his neighbors by his lawlessness although there may be exceptions to the rule To teach the boy his duty as a member of society is incumbent on the parent and guardian as well as upon the school tonchar This is what has been called a fast ago We have railroads steam ships street trolley cars telegraphs telephones electricity and many things in common use that the boy of 70 years ago had never dreamed of and every one seems to hurry to get ahead of his neighbor in the scurry to get rich quickly leaving little or no lime for polito behavior and the boy who jostles and passes the middleaged or old person without apology copies from his elders It cannot be denied but what in manners and behavior upon the street on trolley cars nnd other public places the boy of the proscut suffers by comparison with the boy of earlier period But tho boy is not wholly to blame the caue is to be sought in the changed conditions which now govern affairs The boy of the earlier period had his chords to do which taught him habits of industry and kept body and brain busya good share of the time when ho was out of school Today our houses aro heated with furnace hot air or hot water nnd the boy has no wood to raw or fires to build Water is drawn from a faucet and he has no pumping to do or water to bring in for washing and household use And so in many ways he has been relieved of the chores the boy of earlier periods had to do and he finds time for mischief which it is said idle hands too often find Whether the boy of the present is better equipped for the duties of life is equal in moral standing to take his place in the community and act his part as well as the boy of the former period JIM been questioned Rut to him who believes in the onward and uplifting march of our race under Christian institutions there can be no permanent backward movement and the bov of today takes rank somewhat in advance of the boy ot earlier periods otherwise our boasted civilization must end in failure c i iu i By MARIAN WHITE equipped JcfFU runnttn raltl1 from Bljtlb AIN3WORTH A bright threeyear old child who was given to passionate outbursts of resentful anger each time her wishes were thwarted was one morn ing suddenly lifted to the mirror with the mothers admonition Look at yourself Im mediately the childs resentful face changed and nestling Ip her mpther who wisely refrained from saying another word regarding the ebullition of temper site with an apologetic hug softly sobbed n way the resentment Some weeks afterward during which time there Was n marked change for the better in the temperament of the child the mother lied occasion to reprove the little one Sor an act of disobedience using per haps unnCCsStlIjwarmth of temper at the time Without hesitation the little one seized her by the hand and urgrtd her toward the mirror f11Ook at orself 1 she exclaimed her childish voice as severe as her strength permitted at the same timo struggling desperately to keep the angry lines from her own face by puckering her lips into a form front which issued a succession of soft jjonclwlant oos The lesson hind been taught learned and rctaught and who shall say how far reaching its influence If one can only be brought to understand the toxic effect of anger Upon the whole sensorial system of the ire dividual resulting as it f ent y doqsin sickness and even death each i would be more at peace with his neighbor with the community and ryilb the world at large i THOUSANDS RENDERED HOMELESS RIVER CONTINUES TO RISE ALL ALONG ITS COURSE It Is Not Expected That Stage of Water Will Reach That cf 1804 Cincinnati Jan 18At midnight the following bulletin wen issued The river situation U becoming critical and there Is no end of the risen sight In the Ohio river at the present time Should those peculiar wcallie conditions last much longer wo will have a flood beyond the ordinary The river is above tho flood stages through out tho district and with present con dltlons will continue rising for several days At Cincinnati It will paw CO feat Frldny night and continue rising Saturday Tho following Is tho hourly stages of the river At C p m GS feet 2 Inches 7 p m CS4 8 p m CSB 0 p m C8C 10 p m 6S7 11 p in B88 12 I m 8S9 1 a m 5810 2 D mi SO 3 a nu 801 With relentless force tlm Ohio rlvoi continues to rise and by Friday morn lag a stage of 00 feet will bo reached by tho rushing waters The Forlousuona ot the situation It apparent on all sides House dwellers factory owners and business men an moving Choir valuables tu places 01 safetyThe Ohio river continues to rise ab along Its course and tho worst la ya to come Thousands of people nn homeless and the property loss cause by the flood will foot up an enonnoui figureIt all but a certainty that the loot will not reach 71 feet threequartet Inches the stage attained In tho famous toot of 1SS4 which holds the recort for floods In Cincinnati Rlvermen who have watched thi Ohio closely for years are of the opln Iou that tho rise will contlauo until Saturday night All agree that C5 feet will be the Unit The most pathetic sight were the ex llel families who were driven out frost their homes by the sweeping waters Many of them had only time to tolzi a few personal belongings and flee be fore their houses w re inundated They wore helpless to do anything except to watch the rising waters and look up at the lowering heavens and pray that tho rain would stop Despair was written upon their faces It wits hopeless to gaze at either tho sky ot the river for neither promised any re lief Measures have been taken to relieve the destitution that prevails Fear Flod Stage of 1884 Louisville Jan 18It la predicted that the river hero will equal tho flood stage of 1884 Hirers and creeks in Kentucky are raging and much damage has ban doneMany small towns on smallor rivers pro threatened with Inundation and families are moving out their goods Rafn has fallen in Louisville almost dally for three week and the Ohio which has been rising rapidly hogan to creep toward Main street into the wholesale district running parallel with the stream rho weather bureau announced that the river will continue to rise for the next several days probably reaching a stage of 35 feel which Is seven feet above the danger line by Sunday Trains from the south and oast wore from two to 11 hours behind schedule In reaching Louisville A bridge near Leon Ky was carried away MOTHER AND DADE Swept Into the Current and Drowned Before Husbands Eyes PIttsburg Pa Jan 18 Seeking to escape the swirling waters that were creeping up to their home Jacob Blake wife and two eons attempted to ford East Pike run In Washington county but their team became terrl ned and their wagon was overturned Tho mother with bar 2yearold babe clasped in her arms pcrMhe JJlnkey and the remaining non sought to cave them but were rwspt down stream narrowly escaping with their own lives Tho horses were drowned Fears Impressed Jury ITattlesburg Miss Jan ISfilm mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of Mrs DorA McCroary was cleared by tho finding of the coroners Jury that Ibo committed suicide Th young woman was found dead In bud with a bullet bole In her heal The lucbauda teara and manly confessions mproisod the Jury find they returned- a verdict as above stated Korean Student Destitute Tokyo Jan HrTaentyono Korean students here are destitute owing to osastlon of aid from their homes They have dent a petition to the gov rnment at Seoul Inclosing a flngei cut from a hand of each student A Cup for Roosevelt St Petersburg Jan lSocn Ar thur Tdiercn Splrldovlch president 01 the Pan SiaviC league fs to leave for Washington to present to President Roosevelt on behalf of the league s- cup for his services In bringing about the Portsmouth conference Shipping Sill Endorsed Washington Jan l8TJle Nations IDoard of Trade before adjournment a resolution giving al tp the shipping bill before thehoulo of ItaapprovI Other measures were olio It REACH A TRIFLE SHORT WHEN CONGRESSMEN CRABOEI FOR A RAISE DID NOT WANT NAMES ON RECORD Amendment Was Carried Oy 133 to 92 Surprising Tactics of the Representatives Washington Jan 1JIn pursuant of a carctullylald plan dovlsed at D secret meeting of some ot tho republican loaders Including Upcnker Cannon an amendmontto tho legislative execu tlve and judicial appropriation bill in creasing tho salary of membcra of con gross from 5000 to 7ftOO a year was jammed through tho house of ropro scntatlves Tbo proceeding possessed features which were most unusual laud in some respects was perhaps without parallel in the history ot congress Having in mind till exhibition ot row irdlco which a majority of tbo mm hers gave a month ago when on an aye and nayc vote they defeated the proposed increase tne promoters of the scheme hall It all arranged that thorn should be no roll call this time They had mado a mantoruan canvass before hand and heap assured tht there would be enough votes Jo carry the proposition Oy fixing It up that there should be no record ot Ute vote every member who U afraid his constituents would disapprove of the Increase will bo able to claim that ho opposed It whether he did or not Thero are mighty few men In the house who are not in favor of a sub stantial addition In compensation but nt least throe fltthe of heat have a dread of antagonising the voters who send them to congress and believe 5000 a year along with tho various perqulsllea la suflklint remuneration That Is why the inrrooso was knocked out lut month and explains also why the house was bitterly disappointed when the senate refused to restore It when the legislative bill was under con sideration of that body a few days ago Salary Amendment Offered When tho bill came up before the hens the ashley amendment was of feted and agreed to sad then the bill was Mat to conference The statesmen socalled fairly shivered when Repre sentative DrlBcoll of New York Instat ed that there should be an aye and ni vote so that the ptoplu of the couatr might bo familiar with the rword onJ understand how the various members Mood on tile proposition There was a tevertllh desire on the part of most of tho mcmborn to have the amendment disposed of M speedily aa possible bccnuie they were afraid that at any moment they might In compelled to go on record and demonS strate whether their avarice was great er then their courage Dec Repraaenta lire iittautr of New York had the ways all lubricated and It was not lout before the agony was over On fl ris ing veto the amendment was enrrlod by 1S3 to 9t Qn tho division being taken the amendment was declared tarried by ayes 133 no i 92 Yeas and Nays Called For Mr Macon of Arkansas called for thou yeas and nays but only 34 morn hers areas Not a sufllclent numb there declared tho speaker and tin amendment was declared adopted The only other action to bo taken with reference to this amendment Is for the senate to confirm It It will not again come up In tho house unlew the senate should amend tho amend neat The bill was then sent to con ference the conferees on the part of tho houBO being Mewrs Dlnghani Lit taucr and Livingston- An hour or more after tho house had adopted the provision for an Increase la the salaries of senatqrs and mom bers the bill was returned to tho sere ate for the purpose ot securing the ac tlon of that lady but the siioto went into executive session without taking It up Tie matter is therefore forced over until next week AFRAID SHE HAD MADE MISTAKE And Kentucky Bride Attempted to Commit Suicide St Louis Ma Jan 19 FViarlnj that alto had snide a mistake In mar eying a man who had woooJ and won her by correspondence Mrs Leonora Dooloy neo Wood aged 38 of Heath Ky a bride of a week lied from her husband nt the Union station and shrieking at tho top of her voice tore at the bars ot tho closed gate In an effort to get through and end her lira beneath tho wheels of a train Sho was caught tiod hold by Patrolman Warden who hoard her scream that sho wished to kill herself Sho woe taken to tho City hospital where she Is under observation Her husband John Dooley aged 60ot KIowA Kan accompanied her to tho hospital Ho was taking her from her homo in Heath to his 300apru form near Klowa Failed to Wreck Sank Safe Mldville In Jan 19The bank ol Mldvllltj was dynamitted by three ro + hare but as the blast failed to wreck tho sate no manoy was taken Cash ler O W Towers was seriously but not fatally wounded by the robbers i who fired at him I Will Meet at La Crosse Iowa City la JanlOTho Cath illc Workmen of America closed its annual natllono convention hero Jos j ilroiikck of Plattomouth Neb was fleeted president Tht next aioetlns ilaco will be La Crosse Win I a PROHIDITIONS PROGRESS A World Glimpse of the Battle That II Doing WagecfI The growth of temperance sent ment tho world round Is itmtarknbla In tho United Kingdom tho victory at tho traits al tho last general election was so swooping that Sir Henry Campbell Ilanuorman has promised on behalf of tho government to Intro duce a great measure ot temperance reform during tho session of 1D07 Throughout Canada an Increasing warfaro against tho drink traffic Is continually In progress and Prlncii Edwards Island la now uudor com Pleto prohibition This Is the Greta Hrltlsh colony to come Into linn with Maine Kansas North Dakota anU Din other prohibition areas In the United States In each of tho other provinces of Canada steady progress Is continually reported while In the United States It In stated that over 30000000 of people are now living In ctlftt towns and districts where I thuro Is no legal sale of alooliDllo li quors On the continent of Hurup the movement Is always on the side- of progress this is most notable in Iceland Norway Sweden and Don mark but In Germany Switzerland and Finland tho cause has obtained a strong hold and In tho near future cheering reports may be expected In Now Zealand tho peoplo bavo do dared by a majority of 1C9S1 for the entire prohibition of tho liquor traf fic the votes being For prohibition 199341 against 182133 In every part of tho great commonwealth of Australia progress of a substantial character Is also reported MINES OR SALOONS Coal Operators Say That the Latter Work III to Mine Workers A dispatch from Somerset Pa says Tho groat coal companion of Western Pennsylvania somo tlnje ago announced that they ntendod to crush out tho saloons In the bituminous districts under their control There are four of the largest coal companies engaged In this movement Their mining property covets several counties and they give employment to 50000 men They have already be gun operations by filing a remoits trance against the granting of n wholesale liquor license and In their statements to tho court they say Such a license Injuriously affects the rights of property holders In that borough and does Irreparable damage to tho coal companies In that when the minor roeolvo their pay the haul Ing of largo quantities of intexleanls from bouso to house by wholesale dealers causes the miners to becomu dnlnken and remain Idlo for long periods of time All that Is bore said In relation to i the Injurious Influence ot liquor ROi- lIng upon mining Industries is true of every legitimate business activity Anywhere and everywhere that tho liquor selling saloon exists It preys Ilko a parasite upon every phato ot business prosperity Hvory dollar spent In the saloon Is diverted from the channels of legitimate Undo and tends to produce Idleness and vag ranD which aro hindrances to ooryIfeature ot business activity and art and bring measureless burdens I tho pooploIloneorICIGARETTES AND DEER ti Why They Do More Harm Than CI e gsra ahllkY Cigarettes do more harm than ci gars for the same reason that boor does more harm than whisky Ono cigarette will not do an much harm as ono cigar and ono glass of boor will not do as much harm to a person as one glass of whisky Out because cigarettes aro milder than strong tobacco ha boy or man Instead of amok ing ono and stopping conUnues to smoke until a wholo box Is gone 8ndjJ hongeta another box and keeps on yBecauseduuparatlvo1yso 1N f much milder than whisky says thuONational Advocate the hoer drli1k r docs not stop at ono glass butt oftonXdrinks many glasses In a single day t and so tho best physicians say beer i drinking Is doing our country more harm titan whisky drinking 4- a How the Saloons Pay 4 l Mark Twain says a man bought a hog for 100 and fed It 740 worth or corn and then sold tho bog for 79 Ho w tat money on tho corn but made 7CO on tho hog This Illustrates how the saloons which cause most of thee crime pauperism and insanity of tho country aro increasing tho taxes very heavily but the taxpayers are getting qjno money from the license foes A Stand for Temperance The government of Honduras haa awakened to the evils of tho liquor traffic Tho Importation of whisky add ruin in barrels casks or demijohns bas been prohibitedrte r Cigarette Smokers Sarred Many leading railroads of tho country f will not employ n cigarette oL smoker Statement by a Railroad Official Jt Resolution and Reform x IHs easy to mistake a rtiolaUeifc 1I- I for n reform t t+ t VIf1 i I 1 i I i H1 I HORTICULTURE w TILE DRAIN IN THE ORCHARD Removal of Surplus of Water Will Make Trees Profitable 1 Frequently nn orchard which night otherwise bo ft profitable ono Is sari nuily handicapped by tho presence of two much water In tho soil Several years ago tho into John J Thomas JrllitvGrowers Society of Western Now York nnd for 30 yoare a practical nurseryman presented tho idea of 1n lng of Ulo botweon oaoh row of treos at Illustrated In tho accompany The Drain In the Orchard J lag sketch This plan U said to have worked very satisfactorily when It has loon snapped On account ot tbo Batumi fall ot tho land It Is same At limos IraiioMlblo to follow out this loa morally but Mr Thomas early txporlanco soma to coincide with tho 3b orvutkm of tho practical fruit 4 Jjrowora of latter days says Farm and Homo that It It the orchard li to drainingkmove surplus watur beroro satisfac tory stMults will bo scoured PLANTS THAT STORE WATER Product of Sonora Desert Which Sci t entists Have Gone to Study A gentleman connected with tho c Carnuglo institute wilt leave this coun explorationwfllaxfco to study the storage of water by certain plants growing In those re Kion It has dovvlopod that In places where there Is only a slight Irregular rainfall plants peculiar to the district Imvo no special reservoirs for the stor ate of water while In regions where the rainfall Ii confined to brief regu lar periods plants aro found which ere provided with various devices for tutoring water fur consumption during dry spells An uxamplo of this provision of na turn has been discovered la a Kuaro qul a rolaatlvo ot tho squash and pumpkin whleh flourishes In the dos art of SUBOrn a locality In which all the rain falls in a period of flx weeks 1ho hue of the stem of tho plant U ituollen to form a hard woody trnc taro In time reaching the size of a largo squash Tho gray of too sands of the Sonora Js Imitated In the color of tho cover lug of tho mass presenting tho an jwarunco of a worn gray boulder pro JoctlnR aboto tho sand while the truotaro Is as hard as atone This ittructnro catches the rain and holds rt doling out the prwlons drops to the ilont during the dry spoil follow IxBAt the close of the rainy season the i vtnollljo stems of the plant dlo down tho small roots dry up and tho plant In the form of Its tuber lies dormant on the turning rands throughout the lohm not months following When tho rainy season again re turns the plant reforms its roots stems leaves and flowery completes Ita sliest season of activity and then resumes Us Inactive life through the i Aticcqcdlng dry season repeating the itcrfonnnnee year aftctr year Some elf these plants bavo accompllcl 4 this feat five years in sacccstlon HORTICULTURAL NOTES I Look for the fcrownUir nest all winterDont dig the autumn leaves Into your garden BOW make a compost licapPruno trees for trait In spring as soon aa leaves are about full grown for wood growth la winter whoa dor want and wood 1s eet frozen Do not delay In mulching the straw berry beds If not already done Coarao March hay Is best but use straw or coorso litter rather than nothing Mice and rabbits oiuetrtne burrow Into tho snow and gnaw the bark of the fruit trees Go around the orchard end stamp tho snow la around the c trees I Pear elder or perry Is made fn exI actly tho same way as apple elderI i Rut perry Is much leas palatable tllniapple elder and has never popular In America In laying down raspberries for winI ter remove a little soil from ono side sf the plants loosening tho roots onI the other Then lay down the plants In the direction from which tho soil headsrlightly with earth- Otparoms on Young Trees In the fifth report of the Woburn ex perimental fruit farm of England its is stated that the removal of apple blossoms was found to be very bone tidal In tho growth and future pro a ductiveness of earlybearing trees Trees thus treated appeared to bear heavier crops for several years afterf wards and not only tho year when they wore first allowed to bear With rarlotles that came Into bearing I litter It WAS not of to much advan Saej GRASS IN TAE ORCHARD A Discussion as to the Benefit of the System There nro those that believe It keeping tho orchard covered with grass and there are those that believe lu tho absoluto abolishment of grass from tho orchard The pcoplo that be hove in keeping the orchard grassed say that It saves a groat deal of laboi to keep tho land covered with sod and that tho fruit when It falls on th ground does not become soiled The sentimental aide of orcharding favors the grassy carpet under tbA trees for who could have a sentiment toward tho orchard area kept BO thoroughly worked that there would bo a dus mulch over It In a dry limo and n mud carpet over It In a wet time So far the experiments have seemed to- ahow very much In favor of clean cut lure of the orchard area aa nfUnst tho grass covering t- In England notno orchardists 1 ado r dlroctlon of an experiment station have begun tho Investigation of the effects of a halt covering of grass The experiments have not boon eon ducted for enough years to bo con clusive but sonic romurltablo result have been obtained which are not easily explained Tho old New Knr laud plan of digging up the ground fur a distance of about six feet from each tree was followed In some ol tho experiments this clrclo of trait onmo to within five and a half feet ol the trees It was a surprise to the ox perimenters that the fruit on the orchards BO treated was doublo thai on tho trees not tto treated frull- which normally was groen streaked with red became deep rod In colol and In storage kept much better than lit had kept before Ono variety kep- three months longer than It had been In tho habit of keeping and Mother variety was still sound In June Tho same experimenters says Farmers Itovlow In some previous toils had shown that tho treos and fruit woro greatly Injured by having tho whole orchard area In grass they wore greatly surprised to fin that tho results of a partial covering of grass was beneficial It was shown by Investigation that little of tho root of the trees entered tho grassy area but that thoy obtained some kind o material that thoy did not find In tho soil that had no grass In a report thn experimenters referring to this tact say Yet tho roots that reached Into tho grass ground must have convoyed- to tho trees Homotblng that hud power to modify tho wholo of the crop This points strongly to tho view that tho action of tho grass la duo to name active poison This la n now phase of tho subjec- list should have further study on both sides of tho Atlantic It requires thousands ot experiments to thorough ly demonstrate a fact of this kind and wo caution our readers against leap ing to the conclusion that tho sunoml quality of our apples can bo greatly unproved by at once partially graulng over the orchard A single series of experiments ithauld not bo taken as on Index of what Is profitable for there aro many unknown quantities entering into such experiment PICKING APPLES FROM WAGON A Plan Which Can tie Tried During the Next Harvest A correspondent of Prairie Farmer In Huroau county Illinois reports that ho has been successful this year In picking apples from a wagon Ho used a double box with two planks on each Wagon Suppert for Apple Sucker side to servo as ft walk Across these as shown In tbo cut bu placed two other planks nxtcndlug out from the wagon With a quiet team the cor respondent reports that It la compara tively easy to roach a terse per cent of the apples on trees Depth to Set Trees It is often advised to set Ute trees In the orchard two or more taphca deeper than they were In tho nursery row So far as our knowledge of ex periments goes this practice ts not followed by results either good or bad and this would Indicate that tho mat tetr Is of little or no Importance In an KnglUk experiment tho expert mentors report that planting trees four inches too nigh or too low has not mado any difference In tho results obtained tho trees having readily ltd Justed themselves to their normal level Trees appear to sink Into tho ground as they grow This appear ante is doubtless duo to tho pushing- up of the earth by the enlarging of roots Varieties of Fruit Varieties ot fruit are constantly changing Many of the now varieties are no Improvement on the old and are widely sold simply because widely advertised A farmer should bold to tho old and tried varieties till hi Is coca bo can put something bettor In their places Age of Apple Trees Experiments In westetrn New York shown that apple trees of the longlived varletfsg such as Baldwin theIold and trow G5 years old yield snort largely time treuu of 20 NOAH SAVEDIN ARK School Lesson for Feb 31907ISuday Specially 1rtpartd for ThU Ptp r LESSON TEXTGen IMC Memor- yvereea14 ofeehronoiI Kirtlml as uncertain by many of the probably JLCRTho ark rested on tome ctf of the upper Uuplirato The art start dowoI lUSTOUYAt least lCM years after Adam A considerable population In thn world well ad vanced In tho aria of civilization The world grown wicked but a line of good men running tlironcli It RciiiiTritn nRiBFiENcns ra910 It Y hue MD itzek 1411 Iftt- tun Luke ira 27 Hob 117 1 Pet 311 S Iet tk- Comment and Suggestive Thought Tho Crisis of tho RaceWo are told In chapter C tho depth of moral cor solution into which tho majority of tho taco had fallen The earth was filled with violence And God saw that the wickedness of man was great In the earth and that ovary Imagination of the thoughts of his heart wa only evil continually The Problem of tho ARCS What t Do with Wicked Mon Thin has been the problem of every human govern rcant from the heads ot a family to emperors and autocrats It forms the most difficult problem today The Ark and the Deluge Noah was tho great grandson of Enoch and like him walked with God Ho was a holy ruinting Itself with wickedness Ills Will not merely a passive goodness Ho was a preacher of righteousness Z Pet 2C Ho was a prophet and 1 former It Is not probable that ho wa popular with men The Beginning of the New Era remembereddV 2 Fountains of tho deep rain from heaven Tho two delugesV 4 Ark rested In tho seventh startlnfpoints of tho Ylartbo Sacred In April the Civil In September TIre seventh month was either May or October V 5 Tenth month July or Jan uaryr 7 Sent forth a raven which would feed on floating dead bodies I and return to tho ark back and forth Hence return would be no test o landtV 8 Sent forth n dove to get In formation Tho dove returned with none V 11 In her mouth was an olive leaf One that had just put forth fresh leaves That tho olivo tree Is found In Armenia is proved from- StmboDlllmnnn V 13 Iti the six hundredth nnd first year Twelve lunar months after Noah entered tho ark V 14 In tho second month etc Making in alt 3G5 days V 10 Oo forth Tho work was comploto Tho old was ended and the now race begun Tho world catered upon a new era Worship Gen S20Tho first Set of Noah was an act of worship and religion Ho expressed his grati tune his faith his consciousness of sin and tho Infinite love of God which had saved him A Divine Promise in tho Heavens Gen 9817God averted anothe- fear that tho deluge might bo repeat ed a fear which would haunt tho early race nt every coming of the fruitgiving rain a fear that would In terfere not only with comfort but with progressTho Rainbow TokenTht gracious thing made up ot tears an light =Coleridge Tho rainbow as sign of Gods promise Is peculiarly ap propriate and beautiful 1 It Is formed on the rain Itself the rat which produced tho flood 2 Afte tho appearance of an entire rainbow an a rule no rata of long duration fol low Indeed tho rainbow is a proof that tho storm Is partial not covering tho whole aky The sun of Gods morcy In shining on tho rain 3 Tho darker tho storm the brighter tho rainbow 4 As It lights up the dark ground that just before was dlscharg pas Itself In Rashes of lightning It gives us an idea of the victory of Coda lovo over tho black and fiery wrath Dolltzsch 5 It Is just In Ita conformity to natural law that the rainbow Is a pledge that tho order of nature shall continue Denlo C It can bo seen everywhere in all parts of the earth It hiall embracing It shines on tho evil and on tho good with Its rays ofwarnlng and of hope 7 It Is very beautiful and attractive God gives a winning beauty to his an gels to his messengers of mercy and to his promises In order to attract men and show his love S It forms an arch wide aa the storm and bind ing earth and heaven God and man together In peace There can bo nO rainbow without the sun Practical Points God punishes men not because ho hates them but because he loves them Sin Is a far greater null than punlahrnent The flood thai destroyed most of the people was tho real salva ton of tile human race Gods covenant nnd the promised sign arc for today The ark of Gods sal vat row Is largo enough for all who will enter Tho door is open Gods Invitations arc dent to all ten may help build the ark and jet not themselves enter Into It and bo saved u WITH THE SINEWS OF WAR And In Oilskin Overalls Mr Sweeney Went Forth Rejoicing It came upon Mr Anthon Sweeney Ironworker standing at lOOi street and Second avenue yesterday afternoon that if ho would maintain the al coholic status of tho celebration something must be done at once In the financial lino says the New York HeraldSwaying slightly to ran over In his mind his friends nnd the barkeepers ho know with a view to monetary negotiations The outlook was post tively unpromising Ho had not ono penny anywhere Ills watch a pin and several other trinkets had gone long ugo Qver across tho street was a pawn broking establishment ho was wont to patronize on ocaslon A great Idea =ante to him He stiffened up thought thoplnceThere was tho usual late Saturday afternoon crowd In the establishment Mr Sweeney steered a delicate course through tho patrons into a little cubby Ibolo marked private box Several minutes later he thrust forward a pawnable article and demandei Two dollars on em onI OftyIaAYiMr Sweeney took tho money As ho wont out Into tho storo there was a gasp Making toward tho door was Mr Sweeney clad as usual as to hiD coat vest hat and shoes but tho in tervening space showed a scarcity ot clothing Como back You cant go out that wept assorted tho pawnbroker there take back your pants nnd give mo back my dollar and a half SweenoyIThere was great excitement as Mr Sweeney hid himself behind a show case for further diplomatic conference Finally a pair of oilskin overalls were handed out and Mr Sweeney put them on and walked out Into tho world I hope they freeze you was the I pawnbrokers parting shot Garments Made of Paper Sufficient attention has been direct ed toward the warmth generated In the body by paper vests to demon strode the fact that there is reason for serious consideration of paper gar mont manufacture There have been pafetc but It has remained for a firm In Saxony to spin narrow strips ot paper and cotton iato finished fab rice of common use Paper and cotton and paper and woolen aro so com Lined that serviceable outing suits jackets skirts and many other ar tales of dress wear aro now being produced The now textile if so it may be called la cream colored and may be washed repeatedly without in juring tho surface and Is marketed for n ridiculously small price Suffi cleat xylolln as It Is called to pro- duco a complete plain suit costs but two or three dollars Doubtless a mesas will soon bo found by which tho finer fabrics may bo reproduced through the use of paper to which end numerous Inventors are now at workDry Goods WayBill Told Truth A scientific gentleman in Washing ton recently returned from South aslherfruits of his labors but merely for the purpose of science a collection of Pat agonlan skulls At Now York tho customs officers opened the chest containing the skulls duly Inspected them and informed the scientist that the consignment must bo classed as animal bones and as poundaWhereupon tho scientific gentleman evinced great Indignation After some parley tho customs people agreed to dor partment if tho waybill was In a way they suggested The result was that the waybill was altered to read as follows Chest ot native skulls Personal effects already worn Shoes Made In Quick Time These twoand a halt shoes said tho talesman were made in 28 min utes All our shoes are turned out InI that tlmo maichInmlnjutesstitch It and two minutes to put In the lasts In eight minutes more the solesj are sowed on In six minutes tho setting and farewell touches are com pleted and in two minutes the laces Ato inserted and the shoes packed Total 28 minutes Think of that said the salesman And yet I know people wboutU7 12 and t15 a pair for their shoes because being handmade they last a little longer and look a little better Romance of Bull Ring At Cartagena Rafael Gonzales known professionally as Machaqutto the moat brilliant swordsman ot the Spanish bullrings captured tho re gad of AngloSpanish girl Senorita Angeles Clcroentsbn who flung him her fan into the arena Ho responded with a chivalrous and picturesque salute and dedicated to tho lady tho donth of his second bull Ills stroke whcl was successful proved also tho coupe do foudre for Senorita An Boles The pair were married amid great vibllc rcjolchigs f 5 1855 Berea College FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS It Places the BEST EDUOATION in Teach of all- Over 1 50 Instructors 1017 students treat 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky Mt SALOONS I A special teacher for each grade and far aca saaia many classes that each student can be placed wita others like hleaiell where he can make most rapid progrelsIWhich Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced 5ata lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced sradeats Arith DrawingSinging l ment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished Jilt1t grade fins tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Print ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Hracbold Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a jn let those who hare largely finished common branches The most practical aad interest studies to fit a young person for aa bOa rW and useful life ling Choice of Studies is offered in this cowrie sa that a young may secure a diploma ia Agriculture sad s young lady ia t Home Science I ACADEMY COMMERCIAL a years to fit for feutlaess Eves s part of this course as fall and winter terms is vcryjtrofitabl Small J extra fees I ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three aad Jew year conrselIwith Latin German Algebra History Science to fitting for COLLEGIATE four years Literary ScieatHtc ax4 Classical court as with use of laboratories scientific appazaiB sad all modern met I tandardI fit Sex the profession el i teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables oue to get a firstclass certificate Felknrimg ears winter and spring terms give the information culture aai trawlsg accessary f t a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture PianoiTheory Bandmay be takea as aa ext SB oaanectloa witk any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College inot a moneymaking iaMfcitatiea AU the money received from students is paid out for their eaBit sad the School expends oa an average upon each student abet Lily dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is mitdt ap by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea is order that it may train young men and women for lives el usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with carelnl regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra i charge All except those with parents in Bercn The in CdCego buildings and t assist in work of boarding hail farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their 3abor Except in win ter 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 before coming secure extra employment so as ia ssarn horn 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing braairy postage books atevary with different people Berea favors pkmj clothing Our clima is the best but as students must ftlleau meet regardless of tin weather warm wraps and underclothing wsbreUas sad overshoes ar necessary The Cooperative Store ranaafca books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other aeceatMj uticlat cost Living Expenses are really below cost He College asks no rent for the fine buildings in whichstudents lire charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights aad washing of bedding and towels For table board without cotter vr nxtras135a week in tho fall and 150 in winter For room funded tact lights wash ling of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 30 cents In winter School Fees are two First a Dollar Drpanif as guarantee for- i return of room key library books etc This ia paid but once and is e returned when the student departs ISccondan Incidental Fee to help etspeatree nor are ofschool library etc Student pay mfg for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free rift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 409 ia Jevar Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in cuJate courses I Payment must be ia advance incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the month Installments are as fellews i For Winter Term 12 weekslintdaT 170 1caideel deIposit 28th day 600 5Gth day SW total E2L If paid all a advance 28 For Spring Term 10 weeksFirst day 1f40 ESth day 540 50th day 270 total 2250 If paid all ia a3vsaee 22QO two terms together paid for in a3rae at a reduction of IThe only 4900 Winter Terra 10 weeksFirst Jay 2080 Sth day ILaager day 000 84th day 540 tete1 J88M If paid all in 3700- Refunding 4 Students excused to lean jefom eat of term receive Iback all they have advanced on board and nmsf ettteprt tbJt no allow H is made for any fraction of a week MM a See ef Altents ii charged for leaving the boarding hall non ffifly costs for JDi a room t ia term tim There is no refunding of inaJdesital fee It Pays to Stay When you have made JBBT eeraey caa are well 2fi a started in school it pays to stay as long as peerfHa The Fint Day of winter term is January 1W7 ta I For information friendly advice writs to the Secretary I WILL C GAMBLE f BEREA KENTUCKY K I Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT tot the Ailment v FOR rag 1A BEAST OR MULESteAN OR 1 It MexicanMUSTANG LINIMENT S I i L TT LTHE HOME- t l How to Eat Here are Horace Fletchers rules for eating which ore given to al pntionta of the Harvard Dental School Dispensary 1 Eat only in response to nu actual appetite which will be satisfies vlth plain broad and butter 2 Chew all solid food until it is liquid and practically swallows itself S Sip and tasto all liquids that have taste suoh as stop nud loraonndo W iter has no taste and can be swallowed immediately 4 Never take food while angry or worriwl and only when calm Wnit 11 for the mood in connection with the appetite is n speedy cure for botl anjor andworry 5 Remember and practice these four rules and your tooth and health nJ 1 be fine Equally significant of the growth of Fletcherism are the efforts made by the proprietor of a chain of fifty dairy rest Jlmnts in Now York and elsewhere It consists of the distribution of n nice printed folder among the customers containing dietetic code It includes instructions 01 How to cat Some of them are Eat slowly mud masticate thoroughly never permit yourself to oat a meal in n condition of nervous jvorry oat what you find of benefit do not out anything that disagrees with you Commenting on the last rule tho folder says The following out of this rule will require selfdenial but sometime in your life you must definitely decide whether you are to bo master over your body or to be its slave Exchange ITHE SCHOOL The Ancient Education and the Modern Kind BY A F HOPSOV- Coottaracd from tot week We are all thus urged to follow our own bqnt and inclinations as to what will be our lifes work We pick out one lino of work and follow it lut wo aw not only educated for life but also prepared for our work by everything we meet Life is itself a school and school is life Qur every day thoughts and nations are fitting us for the plitco we are to ocotipy in the world We are constantly meeting our toeohers tho perhaps we dont realize it The minister the doctor tho editor tho advertiser tho father the mother and the countless number of people who are each day coming into out lives help to mould our thoughts and characters thus instructing I us and being in turn benefited by us Our thoughts are moulded by our daily friends and companions and we are coutiuUelly receiving now ideas from those whom wo meet Now what are we to do with this knowledge I when we get it 1 Is it simply to be kept as an ornament Is it like n costly rase tQ be set away ou a shelf to get dusty 7 Such is not the purpose ofed ucation Knowledge is useless to us when it doss not give us power does not help us to overcome the difficulties and obstacles that besot us does not a make us useful appreciated and honored Thus if we are to know how to do things we will have to be taught- how to do them while in school In other words we must learn to ilj by I doing Practice makes perfect in the great things of life as well as iu the small ones Wo must adapt our present school course to the practical needs of life If we are to turn out men and women reedy to cope with the stern duties and obligations of life we must train them while in school We have started on this road and we must carry our ideas thru We must place education on a broad basis and make It really a training for life in tho twentieth century as it was in the twelfth but enlarged and elaborated until it includes the whole scope of human life and buman possibilities ITHE FARMI How to Set a Hen There are correct and incorrect ways of sotting a hen just tbe same as there are right and wrong ways of doing everything else connected with the poultry business It may seem n very simple thing yet it is a fact tint uiutf out of ten persons do not know how to properly set u hen In this connectiou tho following by a poultry expert should proro Interesting A great many people think that they can sot hens just whore the nest I chancel to be or if they do decide to move them they hold them up by the legs nnd carry them to tho new nests Good results can not bo had if the hens are set in the hen house willihrchlled so that none will hatch An soon ns the hen has shown that she is broody prepare a nest in a room or loft where nothing can disturb her and after dark take hor gent ly under your arm and gently place her on it Arrange the box so that the t front may bo closed up thus confining her for at least one day Any good sized box will do but it must be roomy Soap boxes are just right Cut out a small opening in front down to six inches from bottom so that sho can step in without having to jump on the eggs Make the nest of clean utratv or hay broken well and pressed closely down into the corners and- rounded just a little so that eggs will not roll out I On the second day place corn grit and water in front oftbe nest take down tho board an 1 gently lift her off and let her oat and drinkI Save the eggs ready and place them in the nest not too many during the months and then leave the room After she has satisfied her e I hanger she will return to the nest Should she refuse to return it is best not to waste any further time as i there will be danger of her not being faithful and the eggs will be lost t Still those that refuse to return after the dgga are placed in the net- are very few By this arrangement u row of nests with setting hens may be placed all around the walls of a room and all that neod be done is to keep food water grit and abox of dust setting in the middle of tho room I If two hens tire set ht tho same time both broods may be given to one rl hen and the other one left to hatch another When the hens are first set they should be dusted with insect powder and again two weeks afterward then again when the chicks are hatched r Do not grease the hens or chicks especially during cold weather as the grease destroys the down on the little fellows and they get chilled For the few days feed the chicks rolled oats or stale crackers moistened with milk or water and after that change to other grains ground eorfinelycrackedFrorn the Journal of Agriculture 4 stMstdetMItStKrrrastvraerrrr rat orrrsrrrrr rsFStnrtrrrrI rttFttswx I IWHO SAID GROCERIES t t IShe ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 g V e called in person and talked on the subject to- W x D LOGSDON iVhen you want good things tat low prices hes the man 5 c J r L 20 pounds Granulated Sugar S1oo K- ativ jCry Sack of Eureka Flour Best ton Earth 55 White Rose Flour per Sack 50 g i 12 Pint Cups 15 v orders taken before ro oclock will be delivered before noon J i IAll orders taken between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoon i r jf Logsdons Up=toDate Grocery Store I iMtMWSMKMAW Ct tllAQtfj e1RStAltitkA tAA i07fltRNIrA tAg I 1 r J 0 rI Students Journal Containing Brteey Notes of Corn I ing Events and PAst TriAls and Triumphs of Here Students j J ue sseta1T- he Kimono Brigade what was It and why should li be honored It woe composed of the glrlaof Indies lull and thru their valiant efforts the fine building was kept from floating Into the Ohio River or any other place for tint nutter List Saturday night shock J et some of the exploits of the IK1e unaophlatlffiKed maiden Cleo patrn ntul disturbed ns well by the wind the tin root of Ladles hall storied to Have without having ls excuse signed by Secrotnry Gambits This wigs more than the Under hartxd sides could wand und they wetcopbualyAroused branch of College rules and touched by the oonsfqueat grtof of the skloj and ftiwlng possible tad efftois on the plKHtrlu the rom man Ier lMu d Gnral Order No 1 tar the ICImona BrtpiUa to assemble One division wes ordered to go up to the aUle with brooms It was a dimly lighted epooky pltoe rein w s Calling thru what ova let of the root end msd a gniU lake of the oWe floor But the girls sat bmveiy to wjrk sweeping tho water down the Btrtrway where a second dlvHm tad oftnrg- Aftw midnight a squad of young men arlrod on the scene of anion end tie MrM dlvlslin he Klmnm Awnaon should we lull themre tired In good order The Lrtdte exudes In ssoret ses sion are training for their decl OM tion concert which open the Sprloc Terra The Alpha Zeus are resting on their laurels Dt ICvpna end Un kug ore eo Quiet onr wondwn It they tn getting Into mlioblif Only Phi pelts is In evidence this week Ile calved That tie bettor to have dcbxtoi ijU last them nOW to IMVO dtbtted at all ww their dtbite subject lost Pridiy night A goad resolution The adUore rfport follows an she bet After all what do a few Hhl Delhi list rraurercd as qulcklj wordf written on bits of paper Big pity wh n coatiMreO with tho greet wnefU of peIenV end there study of in greet and BO praising a problem M theft of UM truaM Vi expect W we some of our faithful deblers guhl lag the ships of state sate frvtn the rocks sal 4iojUa by means of the chart whtah they leave prrj jird tot this delete With oar new president toward Ottrk holding the gavel with Seward bleak and Ernest Pow fn aa tMercMrlw and John Welch our expresident as S rg uiS Hit Arras the only office with a salary Phi Delta leas opened the term well A halt doses new men are oompleting the praparatlane for active membership The omens are propitious and there tin already f reoiats of the craning bioquat In tie air le new atudenta eep otally Uicee teking advance work are oonlhlly iBVked to visit Phi Dilta at any time Tins editor would alto ba glad to hoar from old PM Deklana who look book with pleasure to their S3Clecy diya- Ilxtrnrt from The Ilil Urlllnn A weekly piper published during the school year but given a leave of absence during the vaauian and fur thermore for the benefit of the de biting tram It hibernates during Uio close of the fall term coming out more rtBorous aa the spring months draw roster Published br the Phi DelUan Publishing Company ScAle Roes BMorlnOhtef Shorty Dendic Special N ws Ooleotor and Seward Marsh Obilrman of the Baird of DI reotnre with IL II Pallmy moat hum ble Interpreter 6t this Issue Bacon Acoardlng to an expert In phrenology tho average adult had has a airoumferince of fully twenty two Inclie- a13gbuzI guess that average Is al right some nights my head Is six teon Inches aid somo morning It is twentyeight One of the certainties of life Is the uncertainty of love When a young min arks a young tidy to sing and she begins Home Sweet Home It means one of two things either she Is ready to say yes or she wants hint to run along Shorty trued softly around Sunmya chair or youll get soilpcd Little Sammy siys ho Is enjoying sciences ttnmensply and that he to gilnlng much oueIdc of his etudUs song other t1llnS1The Senior Eighth Grade First Div- Ision have1 orsirifzcti for rhetoricals as follows Section A President Talbot Hollldjy VIc Prosdent Carter Rob blnson Secretary Merle WoCloud Treasurer Hirl Phillips Chorister Grace Adams Section B President Lemuel Parsons VicePresident Jno Finery Secretary Anna Re ce Chorister Chester Oibbanl Treasurer Dilsy Spence T A Edwards TeACher Blue Our Hair Many rwoplo take It as a Joke but it Is a fact that when tho hairdressers shampoo whlto hair they put bluing in the rinsing water and blue the hair just as they would blue sheets and pillow cases The bluing has the same effect on the hair as on any white ma terials giving It fresh purowhlto ap pearance Hair that isnt blued often becomes a stale yellowish unattrac Uve shade t I o0oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoioeoeoib J ighth Kentucky go History fQ o Thrilling Story of the Tnrt this flat O Innt Itrglment took In the Civil Wnr e- oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoSOeoeoeoeotci CHAPT12U XIV Couilnuod At the foot of tho ridge our troops encountered a rebel earthwork lucked with the enemy and rimming It HUe a battlement This woe oarrled al most without a halt But wo could see our men tailing thick and fast as tlury neared these work And as the clrarod them the rebel prisoners auue Btraamlng back unarmed toward the city like the tan of a kite running for their lives to eaatpo the destructive missies of their friends While the noble old Fourth Corp sting sled on up In face of shot und shall Hookers man near UotsvlllQ were swinging around to flank the enroiys works As the long blue lines of the Union army ascended newer th top the sixty guns 1ft the rebels thirteen Mlterls conciitnMed Lieu fire upon the assaulting lines But now to reach them they could not depress thtlr cannon sufficiently They out the fuse of their slit ll shorter nnd shorter while their rlfl pits wore ablaze with smell arm It did not seem possible tint otic nvn could live to roach the works for iddltfon to the manletOua air InI rebels begin to roll down butte roe1 i Hid shells with lighted fuse nut tfieee heroic men had sewed to long I onIIind we could see bthlnd them the lundreds of prostrMe ooHM lee our hearts appeared to be reedy to l np- ut I of oUr thnaals I am canfldfiit my balr more than once mill n ar niiahlng my Op from my hood nut award and upwttr4 they claab rand tbe brow of the ridge Is retohvd then the fighting Is more like demons hsn then Many of Uift veteran reb els stool al Lay like S1 wolves Tha could not hat long We wiped the briny liquid from per eye end we could see the enemy flying over the oiatern slope of the ridge wttk their own deserted artillery phDlim upon hem Tho enemy was rouud com pletely The men of the Bfebtli now eboered clung their bus and give every expression of jy Some dewed while the tears of Joy rolled down their cheeks DIg S mwmt hams at Company A said to me sties giving me a nib eruehteg hug Cap twe alghs wuth moren all mr wagw Its Just awful grand bet powerful dangerous work On the 20th Colonel Dtrnas In first plane with order from flsietl Thomas distributed the tents trill commlMirlaa captured on the asaaa tain with Osnewl Gearya tMrlatooj of Hoakera corps We toned S crackers a poor apology for bread oould not be mten without soaklag Then one cracker would swell te a spongy aaetelam muse of gluey sUmv stuff revolting both In looks ad IM smell The meal and sugar Umigh dirty were palatable We remained hero with little or nothing to do but oM and dlgtal our poor grub until the 2d day of Dee ember when wo received the weJeome order to return to our winter qtwr tcvra at Shell Mound Tenn The Eighth arrived at our qmrters J at Shell Mound tho evening of Decem OItlerfuljflIng the arrival of put much needed blInk eta and overooeiR Now aa one of the boys stud weve a run old Dragg and his brag ging crowd off I reckon they will lot ua have time to finish our oibln Every officer and man went tn work 1 flV RoGERSII hSifrer aThaiU n plan n Following a t I with a will and soon conyilaUxl our llttl neat and well Laid off tows i each cabin containing ono mcas of six men On the Clh brlgida was reviewed bj General WhttoUer ant the 7thIhe emoted to his home In Kentucky Colonel Barnes took command of the brigade and Major Clark command of the Eighth Kentucky CmMnuod Next Week j SPOONS FORKS KNIVES Etc hue been roads for owe fifty I tea pnirg in character and general popularity but hat n rood been BOERS uiy has maintained It ba bird Incced theweuiagquslitsf tire 847 ROGERS BROS the most 1aU Ilrtnrare Ito 1metbIIKCIaCxU which bare I wellknown and veilearned reputation and r u run tuk There are other original nennlno are stamped 1847 ROGERS BROS a1enererrwhereSeedC4 CQnlauulIr newest dcsuaa- arrtnauea eon Cawww MERIOEN DniTANNIA COMJVWT Malden 1 + + + 9 e + + + ++ M + REAL ESTATEIIiIT TUII rllLTZl Iam Real Estate Agent for property in BereaJand farms in Madison and adjoining counties I have t for sale x tluablc town properties cither improved or I unimproved also business houses and vacant lots I have an excellent piece of property on Depot street consisting of one good story dwelling house unsurpassedforvacant lots range in price from f 100 to 600 JMyexcellent farm of sixty acres corn and worth much more money which I will sell l Ii- I am ieiao in position to tell to southwestern home seekers lands in Indinn Territory and OklahomafParties who have town property farms moun I tain coal or timbered lands will receive best service II and prices if you place your lands for me to sell for you I patronageOH I J P BICKNELL t BEROA KfiNTUCKY h0 +4M O 4 4+ i + ++S iF YOU WANT CASH 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 payformoneyiuhave todayWhythe number that I sell as a result of these ads I will not only be able to sell itsomo time bufwill be able to sell it quickly Iam n Hpocialist in quick sales I have tho most complete and up todalo equipment I have branch offices through out buyersI estate agents I MUST SELL real cs tate ontl lots of Itor go out of business I can assure you I am not going out of business On the contrary I expect to at the close of the year that I havo sold twice ns many properties as I did the past year itwill first bo necessary for mo to list moro properties I wand to list YOURS and SELL It It doesnt matter whether you hare a farm n home without any land or a business it doesnt matter what it is worth oc where it is located If you will out tlio- blank letter of inquiry below and mall it to mn today I you how andwhy Ican quickly convert the property into cash and will give you my complete plan FREE OF CHARGEmid theme for handling it Tho information I will give you will bar of great virtue to you oven It anykindantee to fill them promptly and satisfactorily David P Taff The Laud Man 415 Kan AY Topeka Kansas If You Want to Sell in Cut Out and MallToday rienie Bend without cot to me fur finding ends buy color sty property which coniliU of Town County SU to U brief description i i Lowest cash prIce Address S 4 wo tile year Oily of of would made Kostn and t Coon two find but fill Fill If You Want to Buy Fjll In Cut Out and Mall Today I ilolre tIt buy property Mirrr ioii lliiBiipproxliiinloiy with tile following upocincntlonii Town or city County Ntnte Jrlcn between B and 1 1 will pay f 4 ilotTU and hatflloiiiark 4 Nom Address 1 1 I X JAMAICAh9 DESTROYED BY QUAKE f i J Official Telegram Says Fire Followed Shock and Hundreds Are KilledI rIInteTruptedandEntire City fs Wiped Out of Existence Kingstonr JnmalcaKlngiiton was totrrwholracd by an earthquake nt 330 on Monday afternoon All the 4 y used within n radius of ten milesr wore Injured and almost every houso 1 iiiUu destroyedFlro tho earth quake and completed tho work of do o v Hjructlon Tho business ncctlon of 4 Kingston Is a heap of smoldering ashen Tho killed number 400 and thousands were Injured The churches public ofllccs and ho tats ore nil gone but there were no fatntltloa at the Constant Spring ho tel 1Abrong tho killed were Sir James Ferguson nnd prominent merchants and profoaslonal men London Tho following oinclal dis patch was received by tho colonial omco Wednesday 111SCENE AT JAMAICA IView the Principal Leading Harbor Greet Damage I Caused by the Earthquake Which Followed 1 Holland Hay UO miles east ot Kingston Jamaica Awful earth quake Kingston ruined Monday after inoon City afterward by flrn w Hundreds killed No Englishmen Americans or Canadians missing ex rcpt Sir James Ferguson Houses i rocked and crashed into streets All rulnellIhundreds roasted under ruins as Kingston was center otf eruption Many heroic deeds tho blacks whites recorded Governor and Sir Alfred Jones directing affairs Inadequate City now quiet Homo looUnr but nothing serious Military hospital burned Thirty soldiers roasted alive under ruins Military doing best work saving profile Shock came without warning weather was perfect Abject possessed terrorI Map Showing Location of City Wrecked by Earthquake elantly killed Several ciU xtfts are among those killed This message Is sent througb Vat lion Scotmau of the United Fruit com parry wbd was ono of the heroes of disaster Sailing Thursday with- Y moat English tourists Greenwood M P The official signed tho cablegram Is Homar Greenwood member of parliament who Slf Alfred Jones party Will Carry Supplies Free New York Tho Royal Mall Steam Packet companys ofllco In this city JAMAICA SCENE OF DISASTERS J Fate Has Pursued the Island by Hun rlcane and Quake Tamale has been tho scene ot many ctlnstrophcs nature both by etorm earthquake A great earth quake visited the Island in 1E92 stroying Port Royal when out of 1 1000 house only 200 vera left stand 1 lug was this catastrophe that led the founding of Kingston ID 1782 t 1 received Instructions from its homo omco In London Wednesday to carry free to Kingston food supplies for the sufferers from tho disaster there Tho first steamer from Now York to King ston will bo tho Atrato which will sail nt noon Monday January 21 Tho not steamer of that will to sal will tho Thomas on February 2 The local omco of tho company has no particulars of the disaster Tbo HamburgAmerican Steamship company announced at omco in this city Wednesday that supplies for Kingston will bo carried free of charge on that companys steamer Prlnz Joachim which will snit from New York for Kingston on Saturday January 10 Cruiser Ordered to Scene Hamilton Dormuda The British cruiser Brilliant which arrived at f KINGSTON of One of Streets to and Fire In This swept by and discipline everybody prominent tho who Is With of and de It to lino bo Its KINGS HOUSE REST This Building at Kingston JamaicaEarth Bermuda Tuesday from Newfound land where she has been on special duty In connection with the New foundlnnd fisheries has been orderod to proceed at onco to Kingston Ja males to render assistance at the scene of tho earthquake and fire Tho Brilliant Is coaling and will sail ThursdayNews Confirmed In London London Tho Colonial ofllco Tues day night received confirmation of tho terrible disaster which has overtaken Kingston Jamaica In a dis patch from Hamar Greenwood M P sent from Holland Bay at tho east end of tho Island Tho telegram says that Kingston has been ruined by an earthquake which occurred without warning Mon day afternoon at half past three A very great number of buildings and dwellings wore destroyed either by tho earthquake or by the consequent fire Forty Soldiers Killed The military Hospital was burnod and 40 soldiers were reported to hrvo been killed together with several prominent citizens nnd many other of tha Inhabitants of the city Sir James FerguBson Is reported to havo been Instantaneously killed but no other Englishmen Canadians or Americans aro missing Tho city io quiet but disciplined workers aro needed Klngstqn had a ftro which destroyed property to tho value of 2500000 nnd In 1843 another flro caused dam ago to the amounufot about 1C000 000 A tremonduous hurricane visited tho lulaud In 181F Tho whole Island was destroyed hundreds of bouncy worn washed away vessels wore wrecked null about 1000 persons were drowned In August ISO a cyclone passed over the eastern half of Jamaica do stroying noarly all the wharves In the harbor of Klucstbu and also ea sell I l Tho governor of the colony fur Alexander flucttcnham aasluted by Sir Alfred Tones IH directing affairs The steamer Port Kingston wilT leave Thursday with mot of tho members of the party who went out with Sir Alfred Jones to attend tho agricultural conference Port Antonio Is Safe New York Jan 1GTho following cablegram won received at thn i Hco of tho HamburgAmerican line here Tuesday night Hplland flay Jamaica Jan 1C ZS p mSlIght earthquake hero ytrtere itPorlhotel Advlso our people Holland liar where Is situated a cablo hut from which tho above cable Map of Kingston and Vicinity gram was sent Is about 40 miles east of Kingston Tho Tltcbfleld hotel Is situated at Iort Antonio and Just now has many guests from tho north Reported From Holland Bay St Thomas D W ITho cablo sta tlon at Holland Day Jamaica reports that a very severe earthquake occurred there at 330 Monday afternoon Tho cable office was badly damaged and all land lines to Kingston wore Instantly Interrupted Communication by the land lines was restored Tuesday after noon to within five miles of Kingston That city retorts a terrible earthquake Monday afternoon Tho city nap de stroyed and there was much loss of life Tho shocks continue Evorybody Is camping out end much distress pro rails Fire started nt Kingston Imme- dIately after tho earthquake The JamaicaColon and the Jamaica Bermuda cables are Interrupted Shock Followed by Flames The first groat shock was felt about 530 oclook Monday afternoon and ns In tho San Francisco and Valpa rise disasters flames Immediately sprung from tho wreckage to carry on the work of destruction Tuesday afternoon tho fire was still burning although It was believed to bo under controlTho Myrtle flank hotel the prlncl pal hotel at Kingston which probably sheltered tho groat bulk of vie itors on the Island is reported destroyed Tho great military hospital was burned and 40 soldiers arc re ported dead Sir James Fergusson la said to havo IENCE OF GOVERNOR Was Completely Destroyed by the uake been Instantly killed bul according to London reports no other English man Canadian or American is be lieved to bo missing Hundreds Dead Says Cablegram Boston Jan nTbo United Fruit company received Wednesday In this city n cablegram dated Holland Bay Jamaica January 15 stating that several hundred persons wero killed In Kingston Tho message follows Mercantile section of Kingston in cluding our ofllcc completely do stroycd by earthquake and fire Sev eral hundred killed Myrtle bank and Constantino Springs hotel practically destroyedFull Truth Not Known Tho extent of the destruction which has bona wrought In tlnSslqna city which already bears scars of n number of disastrous visitations oj fire earthquake and cyclone In years gone by Is still left largely to the ImaginationWarships Ordered to Jamaica At the request of tho secretary ol state Secretary Mctcaif Wednesday wired Admiral Evans it Guantanamo to send ono or more ships to Jamaica as ho may deem desirable Captain Bcohlcr commandant of the naval sta lion at Key Wet has advised the department that Tuesday night ho in formed Admiral Evans by wireless that Kingston had been visited by an earthquake and fire much damage to the shipping In tho harbor In August 1903 Jamaica wets swept by a hurricane whlth almost totally destroyed Port Antonio and Inflicted dauiagn in various parts of tho island amount tis to about 10000000 On Nowmlwr 13 last a sharp earth shock was felt In tho south and the north of tho island of Jamaica It was followed Immediately by a see and shock which was tho heaviest byyeara c CARLOAD OF POWDER fXPlOOES CAUCNG TERRIFIC SHOCK LIKE AN EARTHQUAKE Huge Masses of Iron Hurled Into AIr Coaches Reduced to Splinters 27 Dead 35 Injured Terro Haute fad Jan 21 Twenty seven charred broken and mutilated bodies have been taken from the smoldering ruins of passenger train No 3 on tho Rig Four railroad which was destroyed by the explosion of n carload of powder as It passed a freight train at Suiulford nine miles west of here Tho number or Injured will total at least 35 Tho caiiAO of tho disaster has not been fully explain cd and several theories ore advanced The result was terrible Tho shock was felt for 30 miles many believing It an earthquake The threo coachos of tho passenger train were filled with passengers Tim entire train Including the engine was blown from tho track tho coaches de molished the englno hurled 50 feet and the passengers either blown to pieces consumed by tire or rescued In a more or less Injured condition At least 35 Injured sumo fatally aro at the hospitals In Terro Haute and Paris 111 Several are also being cared for at Sandford The full extent of the disaster was revealed at daylight but the death list will not be complete until workmen clearing the debris have finished their tasks The dead William Thompson Sand ford Ind William Davis Vcrmltllon Ind J W Sutherland Paris I111 John Franklin Ashmore 111 A D Hector Klbrldg 111 Chatles Cosnell ParIs III Noah Wolf Sandford Ind Clark Steel Sandford Ind A A licks Sandford Ind Dr Haslet Grand View III Frank Flolacr Kind lay 0 Mary Earhart Torro Haute Ind H B Lakely Flndlay 0 John A Dowen Ashmoro III lames Fun ton SamUorl Ind Klover Paris 111 J W SouthisotL mall clerk A Kuykendall thought to bo a Vandalla foreman MM Seltz Wolf Sanriford two daughters of Mrs Wolf aged 8 Ind fi respectively An old wpman tyrned to obliteration threo er mat Ml bodies found In tho wreck four badly mutilated bodies found in tho worms some distance from tho tracks Story of an Eyewitness C B Marrs who lived near and whose horse was turned Into a hos pital said I was standing In my yard when I iiiTHIonly hoard a terrible sound It teemed to rent the air he said All it once what looked like balls ot fire went whirling into the air high above Uio trees I saw them fall burning In the woods I went over io whero 1 heard screaming Tliero wasa terrible scene I can not tell about It I never saw inythlng like It People were running Around tho place wringing their hands- Pike crazy persons The wreck was al ready In q blaze I run certain I could hear screams coming fern ho wreck When I found that they were lak ng people who had been hurt to tho houses near by I went to help I amo Into my own house hero and saw a man die as I entered the door SIDE DV SIDE Lay Two Appendixes In This Woman Body Des Molnes In Jan 21Two ap pendixes badly diseased laying sum by side within an Inch of each other were discovered in the body of Mrs Rolph White by operating surgeons at the Methodist hospital Appendicitis hail diseased both which were badly Infcted by gangrene After removal the odd was found to be folr Inches In length Since the operation the pa Hani has made good recovery It Is claimed to be the first medical pho Demotion of Its kind known The wom Is only 23 years old EttgrtsbaVO Inn made to preserve tho double in organ In the Interest ot iclcnco X MYSTERIOUS DEATHS Cntlrn Family of Edward Dardlnla Wiped Out j Calgary Alberta Jan 21A trag edy tho details of witch will never ho known has wiped out the entire family of Edward Dardlnlo propletor Df n tannery The police broke Into the house and found Ferdinand dead In boil the body ofa newly born Infant nt hU side while the dead body of Sirs Ferdinand lay on tho Ilooi near tim body In another bed were two yomiK boys Btlll alive but so severely frozen that they soon died The tuppo jUtbn Is that tho family waa overcome by the coal gas that the wile recov vied sufficiently to attempt to fix the pipes and filed Tho boys probably were overcome by gas and recovered only to ho frozen Mora Quakes Felt St Foforaburs Jan 21Severe rnrthmiako shocks are reported from Alof nndrovHl tho port of Sakhalin and Ellzabrtliaol ExCov Higgins Very III Olean N Y Jan 2Jlt Is reported front the licfcldo of former Gov Frank 5V Ulirlnt that his condition has not cnnscl materially during the last hours Dr Janoway has returned tc 112 homo In New York saying them la nothing more ho can do Jury Unable to Agree Chicago Jan 2lThe Jury which has been striving to reach n verdict In the earn of Cornelius P Shea and oUior Iber leaders on trial for cod plraci vlthtYie taamstcrs strike cI 194Itill onte1 s- I 3 T OF DIG DEAL Entire Leyburn Farm Purchased By John Splan For Maddens Lexington KyTho biggest deal In trotters inado hero since William Rus sell Allen bought the pick of Wood burn farm years ago was closed by John Splan acting for Edward and Jo eeph Madden sons ot J E Madden of Hamburg Place ho buying of P V Parish Midway Ky tho latter en tire Loyburn stud embracing 11 royal bred trotting mares and fillies Tho price paid is private but the amount Involved in the transfe readies far into tho thousands Parish only sold but because ho bad decided to quit the trotting horso business and he would at that part with his stock only by selling the mare In n bunch so us to keep them together Edward tad Jo seph Madden havo now In charge tho trotting department at Hamburg Place owning the Futurity winner Slllko tho champion saddle horse Chance and Slllkos tlrreyear old brother The Loyburn family which tho mares and fillies they bought represent Is more fully represented In Europe any other breed of trotters William M Melon Loyburn Alice Leyburn Cather ine Loyburn and Prince Leyburn be- Ing some of its representatives abroad In securing these mares Edward and Joseph Madden the youngest firm of trotting horse breeders In the world kayo virtually a corner In the Leyburn trotting family in America- SHELBYVILLF CHOSEN By the Agricultural Board For the State Farmers Institute Frankfort ICyAt n meeting of tho state board of agriculture it was do tided to hold tho second annual State Farmers Institute at Sholbyvillo on February 2C 27 and 28 F M Scovllle and O W Wilson were appointed to chock up the accounts and make a final settlement with the Kentucky State Breeders Association for tho slate fair held in Lexington in 1905 The board resolved Itself Into an ad vlrory beard for the state commIs- sioner and a resolution was adopted directing tho commissioner to subscribe 1000 to tho Jamestown Exposition fnnd if in the opinion of the attorney general It could bo legally done Messrs Scoville Brosklnrldge and Mayo were appointed to Investigate and report the best way of expending Uio money 4000 a year in tho interest of forestry and Immigration and Com missioner Vreeland and J W New man a subcommittee to go to Wash ington at onco and ascertain what steps other states were taking along the same lints DEFENSE SCORES In Noel Gaines Damage Suit Obtain- Ing Important Letter Henderson KyThe preliminary skirmishes In the damage suit of Noel Calves against the Postal Telegraph Cable Co and Percy Italy were fought out In tho circuit court here The only point gained by the defense was per mission to see tho original letter from Haly to Lasslng Tho plaintiffs atN torney EC Ward argued that the defence had na right under the law to see tho getter Italy filed his answer denying that he falsely composed the message sent by the Postal Telegraph Cable Co Ho said further that he did send a telegram but that it did not damage Noel Gaines Holy says tho Laaslng letter is a forgery SIX CANDIDATES Are Out For the First District Rail road CommissIonership Hopklnsvllle Kynon Herman Etouthall who represented Christian county in the last session of the Ken tucky legislature has formally an nounced himself as a candidate for the democratic nomination for railroad commissioner in the first district Mr Southajls election as representative last year was the first time that office had been captured by a democrat since 1S83 Thero are nowfive announced candidates for the nomination for roll road commissioner beside Mr Southall They are Lawrence Finn of Simpson county McD Ferguson the f cum bent Dunk Gardner of Graves county and George Landsum of Paducnh Graders Are Elected Horldasvllle KyAt a meeting of Urn executive committee of the Planter Protective Association at Guthrie official graders were elected an follows Western district Tom Mycra of May Held central district N E Nabb of Trigg county succeeding S O Buck nor of Hopklnsvllle eastern district W C Warfleld of Adams Tcnn sue ceeding Tom Edwards of Claiksvllle Tcnn Mairy Heard Decision Lexinjrton Kys a result of the decision of Judge Ford at Plkovllle against the Eastern Kentucky Coal Lands Co claimants for 80000 acres of lan1 In Pike county under old Vir ginia land grants it is likely that title to coal lands in Eastern Kentucky counties has been settled forever In tho lower courts Tho decision of Judgo Ford which affects every owner of land In Hast era Kentucky was heard by more than a thousand resl deats of tho mountains many of on horseback 1 T Y J tf l STALE 1TENdS IIdTERESTi whom- dadsrlddeaGOdmfla NO EMOTION Shown By Dr Sarah Murphy When Held For Murder 6 Louisville KyDr Sarah Murphy was held to answer to tho grand Jury for the murder of Kato Bryant by Judge McCann In police court Dr Murphy who has three times been accused of being instrumental la the murder of girls heard the verdict scarcely 1 sign of emotion M Dryad of Buffalo father of wltbIdead girl said that he will go to genvlllo to take up Uio matter prehending the man in tho case said that they would bo armed Indictments from the Jefferson wltbIty grand Jury At a meeting of executive committee of the state board nt health the secretary was Instructed to notify Dr Sarah I Murphy to appear boXoro that body within the next 20 days and show cause why her license should not b0 revoked ENGINE AND CAR Rolled Down An Embankment But Only Two Were Hurt Torrent Ky Owing to tho heavy and protracted rains prevailing In this section passenger train No S ward bound on the Lexington Eastern J railroad was wrecked at a washout ne1Ijtills town Tho engine and combination baggage and mall car slid down an em bankmcnt C5 feet high and turned completely over at the bottom Engi FacastorlocomoUvo and rolled to tho bottom of the declivity but escaped Injury Mall Clark HorCh and Daggugcmantcr O Q OConnor were only severely bruised although the car rolled over twit There were 35 passengers on tho train CHARTER APPLIED FOR i By Company Which Proposes To FP nance the Burley Crop Winchester KyTho proceedings of the Burley Tobacco society Were fa iiexecutive session hero However ftIs understood that tho provisions of a chartdr which was filed with tfie cam ty clerk at this placo were discussed Tho charter incorporates tho Burley Tobacco society a branch of tho So tciety of Equity with tho principal o place of business at Winchester Ky The nature of its business Is declared to bo to assist the burley tobacco wr growers in handling and selling their products It names 31 counties as comlposing the district and recites how others may be by 30 county chairmenyTEN YEAR DOSE 1 Given the Housebreaker and Two Lads Sentenced Lexington KyIn the circuit court 1 here Robert Davis and Harry Wheeler aged 12 and 13 years respectively wore sentenced to five years in the house ofjrcform for stealing Williams Miller charged with housebreaking irwas given a ten year sentence in Lbl= penitentiary Henry Pate guilty of horso stealing and was sear s tenced to two years in the pentonttlary Robert Turner aged wu given 10 years for robbery Wants An Examination Bollevue KyTho Bellevuo Welfsuw association at a meeting decided to present a petition to council asklas for an examination of all the munhcU palltya records and accounts for the past ten years Also that this exami s nation be made by an expert kccouet ant and that he be given all assist ance possible to alit him la his werk 1 Found DeadiWhltesburs KyMrs Sallla tssr i burgy a wealthy widow residing 1st the edge of Knott county was foaaiS dead In a woodland back other home Her death is a inystey since the body showed no signs of violence Slip was known to have considerable catnap about her house but Kr wed raull turbed IC Immigrants Wanted Frankfort Ky Agricultural COM mIssioner Vrceland and States Senates J W Newman of Woadford countyrwore delegated by the cultural Forestry and Tl11ralgraUoalboard to go to Washing and New York for tho purpose of arranging test directing foreign Imatisnats to U1 state Launch Raised Bollovue IyTbo gasoline lanstb- tf Harry McDonald of the Cincinnati Lead Works Which was sunk at 8KB mates landing about two weeks aged has been raised It was covered wltSr 20 feet ot water and it required the e forts of 20 men and a windlass to brigfIt tQ shore Mo Quorum Found t r Lexington Ky Thcro was not r jqiionim at the meeting of the Sixth appellate district democratic commit tee at the Leland hotel here ana Judge John M Jjasslag who kith only announced candidate for the POtpellate bench made a short speech be y foro the members of the cnmmltt u IJrlmary 1- 1i r r Jl D 1 e e OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOlnlP I East Kentucky Correspondence I J News You Get Nowhere Else I iV Bo comipoalenc pntliibed sales tlgptt it toll by Ui writer Till sums o b eat Ipt fvUIuttoa but as ta trUiie of jood faith White pUUUy 2 ro oapc ctloOfoNafo o uuuw lot All Nows Letters Printed Alrowt every wek mine news letter come to the Citizen which nre not printed NOT SIGNED by the bone of them me wrlmr AVe newer print new that II not signed If you do sot want your name wont print It butiirlt tad rIO nmlfre you luuneiuuil be on your letter to The Citlcu Some new letter come from places ittiro we hnvo tow or no parIng ubcrlb ts There Is no use In our printing ouch new Wt miut print new which Inter cU tliote who pay fur their paper That only fnlr Vnt Itt If you will get us 11 goal list of n b rlbcm from your town we will pny you well for It nnd print the news from there from plnee whereSome new come we lime love regular correspondents and is written by other people If It Important we print It U It Wt we Iyelt out It news is conning regularly from our correspondent there XVe nre glad of uur interest but we havent room eventhine If tIne Inn good number auhcttbea In your neighborhood and U not printed often from there write It und wo will try to Ct you or- 0uIOI1I0 1ot to send uyournew regular MADISON COUNTY f nULPTII 17JMr and Mrs I A Hunt i fJnn diugnter Llllle spent the day with Mr and Mrs Elmer Turner Born to Mr and Mrs John Webb a bouncing boy Flossie Likes was the guest of Etta Lakes Sunday Spurlock from Dreyfus has IIRebert Red Lick to the Doug l na Youn farm THraan Todd has one to Ohio where he will spend the winter Dob Gilbert of Clay 11 csrmty pulsed through hero last week w th a nice drove of cattle Debby tar was the guest of Nom Lakes on Tl ursday night Lizzie Lear Is Tlalt lns Mrs Amanda Slosher this week V klft Lakes was the guest of Mrs Joun Webb last week There Is ai larger In Red Wck Croek than has beast for several months Annie Cox of Panola la going to enterschool at Berea College Monday We wish the students of Borea College a sucf owsfnl and happy Yoo JACKSON COUNTY JlrKKi Jan 18 Jackson Cbunty Circuit Court adjourned last Wednesday hav ing been In session nine days The i dock8t was pratly well cleared only a fow oases being continued to the April term The Commonwealths attorney I Is to be commended tor n vlg 1ONU prosecution of Violators of the uw especially those who have been i ngaged in Illicit distilling und un 1 vful B lllng of whiskey Only two were sent to the penitentiary at this term Htdln Mellcoto for one year old Jamee Hundley for two years Rio sentence of James Hundley was hanged by the Judge to the House of Itform Flttynlno Indictments were returned by tho Grand Jujy mostly for whiskey and pistols There will be in examination held at McKoe on the 23th and 26th of January for- Onttinon School Diplomas Those de siring to take this examination should be on hand promptly at 830 Friday horningMost of the schools have toad for the school year The aver age attendance will be a little bettor then last year but it Is far from whtU It houldbeL J Webb began a subscription school at AnnvUIe January 7th with an enrollment of about thirty We are Informed that Mr Harris from Laurel county began a winter term at Egypt bat Monday also W 1C Jones Is teaching at Flat Lick The McKee Academy reports an increased attendance since the hol idays Sirs Rachel Young of McKee who had been very low with consump Lion for some time died early Thure day morning Her molm were interred in the McKee cemetery Fri day evening She leaves a husband and several children to mourn her death The bereaved family have our sincere sympathy CJLOrJJn BOTTOM Jan 21We have had six days of continual rain and are very thankful for the bright sunshine this mom ingAnna Powells school Is doing nicely Ten more pupils have been added making thirtythree In nil dward Durham of Slnd Gap and iiicy iaacs of Wind Give were quiet e17 married last Wednesday at the hlind of the bride We extend to them ojr best wishes Idzzle and Maggie r I irhain are both very low wlht spinal dsease Ernest Hays la on tho sick llst HIgh water Ins caused much fcmage on South Fork and other nJ bring streams Walter Abrams is seriously 111 with pneumonia Flor Once Durham of Sind Gap has been quite sick for some time Preaichers Collins and Powell conducted servlci ee nt this place Saturday nnd Sunday Mr and Mrs Edward Durham will shortly move Into their now housei at Sand Cap Circuit Court Jim closed and some of our taw bnuaking citizens have changed residences pad many others have been indicted Some pea 1 to would do well to let whiskey and Tv4vere alone a while until they can pay off tbetr fines Mrs James l Williams of this place is seriously ilL l 1 Ct t wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww KKRliYCICMOU Jan 21There is not much work being done 4n this part now on ac count of the rain and mud The roods are almost past travelling Mr and Mrs Andy Thomass baby is quite sick with diphtheria Olyrtlo Click who has been 111 for the past six months Is most well again Laura and Nant e Hatfield are going to Berea In t few days to enter school Renal Kerby of this place and Stella Abrams of dig 11111 visited Myrtle Click Monday Several young folks came In and all spent a pleasant day air M M Broughton of Brossflcld on his way home from McKee spent Tuesday night with Mr Jas Clicks family Mr and Mrs James Williams visited Henry Click and family Sun day Billle Powell will move to Bent this week Dun HOCK Jan 19ora Alcorn was the guest of Mrs Preston Webb Saturday night Joe Bveraolo went to McKee oa busI- ness SaturdayI T Alcorn and T H Eversole are getting along very nicely with the L O O F Hall which they are buildingMrs W P Webb and Mrs T H Evercole were the guests of Mr and Mrs Bud Isaacs on Thursday HMT and Mrs iMlcael Rlchh ardsoa are the proud parents of a fine girl iMrs Bud Isaacs visited Mr and Mrs N H Isaacs Saturday night Rosa Alcornis now staying with her sister Mrs T H EversoleT H Eversole killed two fine hogs Friday last MIDDLE FORK Jan 22We are having much of sickness in this community There were services held at Mr John Summers Saturday night conducted by Rev B H Pruitt and James Ole There was quite a large attendance Mr O Tursey of Mlddlefork Is vls Iting his sister Nannie Summers ut Livingston Willie Hurley or Hurley and Annie Hurley of Peoples visited Wesley Angels Saturday Isaac Hlmes visited at James Gales Sunday Sarah Kibus was the guest of Nan nle Wllaon Sunday Bill and Isaac Lear were la McKee on business Mon day iMlnnle Angel visited her gnaad mother Mrs Letlu Tussey Saturday Mr James Summers end wife visited theJr brother John Summers who has been suffering for some time with a boll on his hand which oon near resulting In blood polsonlngD Wilson attended church at Indian Creek Sunday Cleveland Angel visited at James Angels Saturday night Nannie Wllaon was the guest of Delia and Minnie Angel Saturday night Mr Dejberth Ogle attended church at Dry Fork Sunday Ben Ttwsey made a flying trip to Tuscota Ill Ben says the weather Is too cold for him out there Mrs Letha Tussey visited her daughter Mrs Nina Angel Sunday rs Sarah Wilson has been on the sick list for several days Mr ShaUie An gel was the guest of Miss Dennle Cole Wednesday night Robert Tussey vis- Ited at Mrs Sallle Parkers Sunday ev cnlng Mrs M M Biker Is on the sick list this week IIDIILEY Jan ISWe are having much ruin and tides at this writing Indian crook bas been past fording all tJjls week Elmore the little son of David Gab bard Is very low with pneumonia Mr and Mrs John Gabbard Jr of Sand Lick attended Church here last Sunday Elbert Lakes postmaster nt Loam stayed over night with Jacob II Gabbard Sunday night and went to McKee Monday on business Annie Hurley of near Peoples is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs W M Hurley this week Mrs T L Morris visited Mrs Jacob H Gabbard Mon day Tommle Angel was the guest of Nannie V Gabbard Tuesday evening John McOollum has a very severe attack of pneumonia but is somewhat improved Jallle Morris has been on the sick list tar several days The Infant daughter of Isaac Stephen Is very poorlyPbeo Hellard of Savoy Illinois who was visiting some of his friends and relatives at this place last week has returned home Does Wilson of Mlddrrfork attended church hero Sunday Pollie McOollum who Is going to school at Mckee this winter visited home folks Saturday and Sunday ALCOIIN Jan 21After on almost continuous rata for two weeks past the weather now is clear and ldJohn R Gab bard and Martha A Terry were mar ried last Thursday at the home of the bride May their pathway thru life be strewn with flowers and may peace and happiness be thelrtMr and Mrs Thos Eversole of Drip Rock visited at A H Williams Sit urday night and Sunday Misses Ni na Alcorn and Blndi were the guests of Dollle Rose SundayLeo- ny Rose Is very low with typhoid fever Sallle Williams Is visiting her friends and relatives at Drip Rock this week Flem Alcorn Is boarding with George Carpenter rite winter Holland Lalahart auks just returned from Hamilton sick Rube Wetculf of IllinoU passed thru her yesterday going to Owciloy county to visit rein tires and friends UOUHLK LICK Jan 21Horse Lick Creek has been higher thin It was ever shown before Mira Alice Abrams has movers Inin the loose with her mother Mrs Pat sy Martin to make her home Joe Abrams killed a large nipper hood on the 19th inst near Mrs Martins barn Rev Bill Collins tilled his regular appointment at Clover Bot ion SajLurday and Sunday0eneral Martin Is attending school at Berea this winter Old Aunt Bottle Cots Is very rick at present Oeo Gatllff and family visited his mother Mrs Ellen Oatllft Saturday and Sunday Misses Manile and PAttie Martin were the guests of Mary Abnams Sat urday night and Suudry The little daughter o Mr and Mrs Salmon Abrams Is very low with pneumuntiE- VERGIlKKar Jan 22The Rev Xnn a Baker will preach at Pine Grove the first Sunday In February Gfover Drew has gone to Egypt to attend school Make Inke vlrltod Bllley Wilsons Sunday at Egypt Job le t Lake sold two pigs for 4EO Bradley Gabbard of Indian Creek was on Little Clover Sunday on business =J R Coils ban traded horses list Tuesday J W Jones says he is hungry to boar the news from Mulllnr Station Burt Miller of Robmetwaa at Will Becks list week buying cattle Jno Isaac and Miss Martha Dike were united In muniaage at tho home of the bride last Thursday- ROCKCASTLE Io COUNTY ROCKFOKU e Jan 227Beriha Rich whp has been visiting her cousin at Fort returned home Monday31r and Mrs H E Bullen visited J W Todd Sunday Mattle McGuire visited Delia Abney of McCracken Sundiy Mrs Nancy Rich who has been sick iiov better Myrtle Linville visited Mrs Nancy Rich Wednesday nightEvery one U expecting to hoar of a wedding before long in Scaffold Cane and we hope we will all get an invitation R R Todd visited Mrs RM Bul len Sunday night Carpenters Strike Memphis Tonn Jan 1lAbout 100 carpenters employed by the Sclden Breck company wont on strIke One of the strikers said the trouble arose over the company employing nonunion labor It Is claimed an effort will be made to enlist the support of all union carpente employed by the company which has extensive build ing contracts throughout the United States Ca9adtyand Mexico The leI den compapy maintains general offices at St LduU and Louisville Suicide bf Ballplayer Louisville Ky Jan 11Sttlng before a mirror and gazing on tho photograph of a young actress which he had so arranged that he might behold it with his dying glance Bob tanks wert one of the bestknown ballplay ers Louisville over produced drank an ounce of carbollo acid and died Just as ho was being taken to tho city hos pltal The photograph was that of Miss Elsie Ctesoy who appeared at the Avenue theater two seasons ago with the To Die at Dawn pompany severalleagues Rails Spread Paris Ky Jan 15A Baltimore tOhio passenger train running on the Louisville Nashville tracka between Lexington and Cincinnati was derailed at Hutchinson The engine baggage car and three passenger coaches were thrown from the rails None of the passengers were Injured but all wpre considerably shaken up The track was torn up a distance of SaO1 yards The wreck was due to spreading rails Famous Mare Dud Lexington Ky Jan 10 Reckon one of the greatest race mares and dams In America died at theDlxlana farm Reckon was 20 years old She was purchased five years ago by S S Brown of Plttsburg from J tt and A H Morris of New Jersey for 17000 After Drown death Reckon was purchased at dispersal sale by Harry Brown owner of Dlxlana forJSOOO Scaffold Broke Charleston W Va Jan HDy the breaking of a scaffold on an addition to the Kanawha hotel John Hower and Harvey Stewart worklnsron the cornice were precipitated SO feet to the ground Stewart was killed out right and flower 10 fearfully spangled that he will die The men had Just finished tho job whoa the scaffold gave way Joint Caucus Called Charleston W Va Jan 11 An nouncement of a Joint caucus of the Republican members of the legislature to be held Monday night to decide on a candidate to succeed United States Senator Elklos was read in the legislature New Shah of Persia Teheran Jan 10Enthronement of the new shah Mohammed All Mirza to succeed his deceased father Muz zafer ed Din was fixed for the CJhadlr festival the Festival of the Lake which will be celebrated Feb 2 Sateenkeeper Shot Memphis Tenn Jan SErnest Miller a local politician shot and probably fatally wounded Morris B Hedgepeth saloonkeeper A dispute over a license la said to have caused the shooting Miller Is under arrest r I OHIO RIVER RECEDING Damage Will Run Far Into the Hundred of Thousands ClnclnnatiSJan 22The Ohio river a stage hero at which point It was stationary for a time and then began to recede All Indications point to a continuance of the fall By the end of the week It Is thought the danger lino will be passed on the way down and some estimate of property tosses will then bo possible At the present all that can be stated positively Is tho nggrc gate damage will run tar Into the hun dreds of thousand of dollars this be- Ing distributed along several hundred miles of the river and Its tributaries The cold weather which largely as stated in the ending of the high water was the cause of much suffering among the thousands of homeless peo pie whoso homes were under water or had been Isolated by tho rising waters The work of rescue and relief wont on steadily and few wore left to suffer The greatest damage from this limo on will come from possible wrecking of buildings as the falling water pours through them tiLevees Gave Way Portsmouth 0 Jan 21A terrific storm and the sudden breaking of the levees caused Portsmouth a night of terror Only a few scattered portions of the city have escaped tho flood Hundreds of people were asleep In their homes when the mad rush of tho waters from tho Scloto came and scores had remarkable escapes from drowning Tho water rose so rapidly that people had no time to save any thing and few could render any as sistance to the helpless It was nee essary to chop In tho root to rescue some Imprisoned families Many found refuge In box cars and on house tops Much live stock was lost Situation at Louisville Louisville Ky Jan 2The worst seems to be over In the flood situation In Loulsvtlto and vicinity Unless there should be a sudden resumption of general rains in the upper Ohio valley the river according to the cal culatlons of Weather Forecaster Walz will como to a stand today and then slowly decline While the waters spread farther out over low portions of tho city there wero no casualties The damage to property already heavy was further augmented Only one railroad has as yet annulled all Its trains the others keeping up a woak and laggard service Levee Gave Way Terre Haute Ind Jan 2Wlth a roar which could be heard for mile the Wabash river levee opposite tho southern part of the city gajo way The water tore away 400 feet of the embankment and a torrent poured Into Taylorvllle a suburb on the west side of the river Thousands of dollars worth of property wilt bo dam aged and between 300 and 4uO roil dents of Taylorvillo wore forced to abandon their homes Driven From Homes Evansvlllc Ind Jan 22 Under a clear sky the relief expedition out of this city Nowburg Henderson Owens boro and Rockport rescued more than 1000 fanlilles from flooded homes Evansvllle Is housing more than 300 destitute people and supplying many of then with food The river is 104 feet over the danger lino Political Purity Bill Passed Washington Jan 22 Tho house pronounced unanimously In favor of enlarging and making morn efficient tho field and coast artillery An In teresting political discussion grow out of the passage of the socalled polit ical purity bill prohibiting corpora tions from making money contribu tions in connection with political elec thong A bill was passed authorizing the secretary of commerce and labor to investigate and report upon tho industrial social moral educational and physical condition of women and children workers in tho United States The measure has already passed the senate Claim of Fairbanks Attorney Springfield 0 Jan 19 Charles E Stewart attorney for Frederick Fair banks issued a statement concerning the charge in which It le alleged that ho swore falsely in obtaining a marriage license at Steubenvllle O Stewart said The charges that ho falsely and knowingly made oath to certain matters beforo the probate judge are absolutely un true On the contrary ho made no oath nor affidavit of any kind nor did he sign any statement or any writing Right of Way Secured Llmh 0 Jan 2LRight of way has been taken up and franchises secured through the village of Lafayette and town of Ada for an electric trolley road extension of tho city lines here under lease to the BchoopfMorgan system The survey Is an air lino par allel to thQ Pennsylvania railroad and it la rumored will bo later extended as far east as Bucyrus becoming then a part of the Fort Wayne Van Wert Lima now in operation Coal and Timber Richmond Va Jan ISTho Vir ginia state corporation commission has issued a charter to tho Kcntonia corporation of Big Stone Gap Va capitalized at 10000000 The pur pose of the corporation Is to deal in develop and sell the products of coal and timber lands C H Davie of South Yarmouth Mass Is president and W W Deaffleld of Pjnoylllei Ky Is treasurer Second Lava Flow Honolulu Jan lBThe second lava flow from the volcano of MaunaLoa on the 1dot Hawaii Is now only two mile from the sea n WARSHIPS SAIL AWAY Friction Between Admiral Davis and the Governor of Jamaica MARINES WERE WITHDRAWN Governor Objected to Pretence of Americana In Wrecked City and Maintained Their Assistance Was Not Needed Exchange of Notes Preceded DaVIs Departure Kingston Jamaica Jan 21The American landing parties in Jamaica have boon withdrawn nnd the balliI ships and gunboat Yanktoti havo sailed away Roar Admiral Davis mission to stricken Klnasum ammo to an abrupt and painful conclusion In consequence of Governor Swettanlmma objection to tho presence of American sailors engaged In the work of clearing tho streets guarding property and succor ing tho wounded and sick culminating in a letter to th admiral peremptorily requesting him to reomburk all parties which had been landed Admiral j Davis WIll greatly shocked and i alnrd I nnd paid a format visit to Swottentwra Informing him GOVIrnlJrI United States IxUJtMhlns and Indiana and the gunboat YanktonIwould Mil away Admiral to press repree uUllvo that ate compliance with Governor Swot tonlmmB request VAS the only ciurae consistent with the dignity or the United States The roar admiral said ho deeply regretted the attitude of tho governor Ho was utli con vinoad that the governor was unequal to the task of relieving dliireaa that this was evident from tho fact that the American field boajdtal had tended many sick and wounded and others wore constantly arriving having been unable to gain admission to the gov ernment ItMpUal The streets of jlrburned district still rook with the stench of decaying bodies Many bode were recovered through the alit of vultures which porch In flocks on tho ruins beneath which their prey to burled Am fat as they aro uncovered tho bodies are thrown cm the funeral pyres avid slow ly ooMumed The known dead are About 460 and It la believed there are at least ISO ptraoa wXo have not boon aeeouHtad for Food Jrl earning Into the city tram the country die trots but a fumtae SI greatly feared Tho shook wkloh wrecked the City Monday aftorwoon avid wbloh came from uwestward lasted just K sec onds The whole oily rocked like a ship In a oUoppy taa and buildings roaled and flU Hactward a dense cloud of dust roM and 8avloped ItiBgstoti is aemldarkneas The shocks were most destrestlec along this harbor front where entire streets were leveled Crowd of frightened BhrleklsR person streamed northward toward the race coarse Hundred with heads and bodies cut sad bruised cov erect with blood U UM dust lifted pillars of runoke arose In Harbor street near the parish church and i shortly afterward flame shot Into the eky It was then perceived that fire would complete the + 4rc of the earth- Quake In Bait an hour the names wjjroSpreadlnR from block to blockin the business sections The fire depart eonUaKrnIof water tho earthquake having broken tho mains Fortunately a northeast wind confined tho conflagra tion to tho louth portion of the city The building In the upper portion of tho city wore uninhabitable and tho residents sought refuge In tho public parks or on lawns Hundreds were enduring agony from broken head and limbs under the open sky Doc tora were busy all night amputating limbs and dressing wounds The worst cnsos wore taken to tho public hospital whore tho staff doctors at tended to them but many of the pa tents expired before morning Tars day and Wednesday tully 400 corpses woro recovered but many moro were consumed In the fire Attempts at looting were made by tbo rabble but the military guards stationed at tho principal corners succeeded in restor- Ing order Monday night 1C distinct shocks woro felt but they did no damage Tuesday 20 shocks and Wednesday 10 Feeling at London London Jan 2 2Tho colonial of fice Is Btlll without explanation from Sir Alexander Swottonham governor of Jamaica of tho situation which sod to the withdrawal of Rear Admiral Davis warships from Kingston on Sat urday The silence although Irrltat ing to the government Is construed as a good sign that this much regret ted affair is capable of amicable adjustment and will not lead to any dis turbance of the friendly relations be tween the United States and Great Britain All tho officials hero are adopting a highly appreciative attl tudo toward the United States and It can not be doubted that the incident will be Bottled probably by the recall of Governor Swcttonham or at least the disavowal of his action and apol ogy to Hear Admiral Davis No Americans Killed Washington Jan 19Tho stato do partment was furnished cabled rev ports that the Western Union has re ceived from its agent in Havana rev rardlng tho Kingston earthquake In ono of these It was Stated that tho meat information was fhat no Amurl injured1hejstlmatedlhat the number of dead would reach 1 000 r 4 YOU THINK ire are advertising a cheap Fountain Pen to be sold at a high price but you are 411 MISTAKEN- Its 1Ijust the other way W6 are offering to- GIVE YOU- a fine Fountain Pen one that you couldnt buy for less than 150 alqnc and THE CITIZEN one year for only 150- y AddrCssYThe Citizen Berea Ky DrWGBEST DENTIST CITY rilONC 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE IsOca BEREA KYOw rriaung omer lime lioun train A t 4 City IMiun ISO Teeth exlndftl without fain Somnofortnt Ce F HANSONil LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to U R Kobinwrn All rail promptly allrnlrj Ie night nd day Telphtne no A Ilrat styli A FAMILY EDUCATOR should be an authority In all the principal departments Cf knowl edge In concise form all that tho consulter needs to spellirmgof words as well M cities towns and the natural fea tures of of the globe facta in history biographyMitcra ture etc Such an authority is Webster International Dictionary NO HOME IS COMPLETE without this storehouse of reliable Information rev Lymsn Abbott tJn 1ldltor t ataltlftDlone errs no rruon to trnn fer mr sea stance tu my of loll competitors Tho New and Enlarged Edition has 25000 Now Words ptilcal Jlums IhD LLD U S Com- mlsslonor o Education New plates throughout 2380 quarto pages illustration FR E EA Tea rroafflcUUoa lno tractive end cnlertliilnir for tho whole family Also llliutntotl pamphlet f I-G MIEnBe C MERRIAM CO owettexrIBPRINOFiEID i Stronger Than Nuiuie Habit a second naturel Habit U ten times nature said Lord Wellington There was profound philosophy In this remark and it was philosophy born of experience for Wellington who In childhood was considered such a dunce his own mother could not bear to havo him near her became ono of tho greatest soldiers diplomat- Ists and statesmen of his age by assiduously activating the habits of thorough preparation nnd quick decision Walls of Ancient Cities The walls of anclbnt cities were of such masslvo construction as almost to appall our twentieth century Inv aginations accustomed as wo pre to r the steel frame methods employed In tbo construction of modern buildings The walls of Babylon for Instance wero built of solid masonry 300 feet In height and SO feet In thickness and tho gates of the city worn of a corresponding strength and size TU lO ancient gates wore usually built of Immense planks covered with plates of copper Dud Iron and studded with hugo iron bolts r l J fh i t