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Presidents Offl e x- wwwwwwwwOOO S BEREA PUBLISHING COO iINCOIlronnlll oE ALERT COOKPhD Manager rot- 1 obI eooooooeoooooeoQO It i Vol VIII Five vents n copy BERBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 31 1007 One Dollar veer No 33iII IDEAS Morn uncle Zekfin Ylowt A woman and her secrofs 1llltlrt Man needs but little here below but even thats hard fer sum ur us II lu sit Wlmmcn WUN ling gloves aiuw they coat mjrcr short un di Its cuter tu think a mans n liir than tu sly aj Toll a woman shes jmrty an who will believe envy thing else you sly j When munriy talks never licks ter nn audlenc- AVhcn a mm Fits drunk his wife al ways think sum uther toiler led him astray Its ezler tu read sum peepur minds thvin U nut tu No lather how blind lave Is nl ways ixoovutVlt siteI rJournul of Agriculture At the beginning of a new school par a tatchor announced lh U she 1 wUhed arch child In her room to bring a slip of payer ntrttins whw ho wur who hit parents ware and ao forth tile Blips in be placed on tile- S The next day a awe bay approiich ed the uuohws desk and slliipluK a lileco of piper Into her hind Enid Hetv tmcher Is my excuse for bt log bra- BEREA COLLEGE WINTER TERM OPENED JANUARY With tsrpat Crowd of Mudknts Evi 6 thrad In Eastern Kentucky SPECIAL PAINS will bo taken to pro vide for Still others who aradalayad- by high water or by schools not yet finished FROM THE WIDE WORLD- The ertabllshmiint of cordial tha lion between Qr ttt UrHnlni end Franc has led to a revival of the plan for the construction of a tunrnJ under the Strait of Dover which has bran sug gmicd more thin once In the IMS but- seta thougtit to have been vetoed dflnlMl In ISoL That such a tun net would prove of Knot use from n commercial point of view undw putM Jtwould permit w rlshibl goods to bo transported and would greAtly Increase puatnger traffic nut the plan Is opponpd by the mill Len auihorllU who that 1 would render Bnglind muchmere Able to attack In cose of war News by mill from Iliwall tell ol n brllltant eruption of the voloinc t Mauna pal on Jonuiry 9th Th spedoclo could be nen at night for a distance of 100 mtlta In every dlrw- tlon A resolution in favor of glvnjg the right to vote to all adult mud nod wo men woe carried nt a conference o the Libor ploy of Great Uritunln by C05000 to SGSOOO votes represanted- The ColoniiJ Office of Great Brit ain has received a dlsrutoh tram Gov enor Swettenham of Janice slaint city of Kingston which wasthatrecently destroyed by an authqiukt must ba practically rebuilt Mora Um 3000 persona are homeless Tho mslit shocks continue bitt they are not rerj severe aillllons are rtarvlng In China ns a nsult of famine acoordtng to mwrti I received at tho State Del lrtnlen- td from consular offices there k IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Ileprreeruntlvo James of Kentucky liiw Introduced n bill prohibiting tit giving of u government liquor censr In dry localities Stcrctnry Straus hus imdo a Strom pirn to congress tor ado eaUbltshmenl of an Immigiution station at New Or leans Li- The prloclrul subject for conIdea lion In the House during tho week will be the River and llarbrfr Appro priation 4111 A strong effort will be nndc by the Illinois and Missouri del egations to get a pp vUton tor a four toenfoot waterway from Like Mich Igm to the MIsslRslppI JUver iWUlIom J Oliver of ICaixvllle h been niitlfled that he will be awards- me connect to dig the l aninu Gmil If wlHiln ten diys hotusoclites with himself at lust two independent structors whMo skill and exlterle combined with his own shall cover thE a- 1 crrtlro field of the work to be perform edCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY In a Utter to the CourierJournal John Smith who aahfowed to hiving a pert In the murder of Dr D Cox nt Jackson gives the dotnllr of his re o cent arrest Smith mys ho mito his confession without any promise ol z clemency and nijth only a hope In God and the good paiplo of Kentucky c Owing to a shorSige of cars In Ii1at ern Kentucky ninny of the coil mines aro forced to reduce tho mining ol coal and It JII said tint more thin 1000 oirs era on sidings along the lines of tho Ijoulsvllle and Nashville Railroad A petition for an election to decide wbder the saloons of Richmond shall hanrie1i THEoiololololololololotio STANDING UP FOR MY FRIENDS One of our exchanges recently printed an article in which it was said that paper should always support all the candidates of its party and never other wise rightIand think my party can do better for my state and my country than the other party can that is true the men of my party must be both wiser and betterthan those of the other party Nominations in all large par politicalbossonly win It ismy business as a patriot to let the boss in my party know that will make as as II can for a man who is not good and fit for the place to win the election The best way to do this is to oppose any candidate in my party who is not the right sort of a man The more do tillS wIll be the candIdates ofmy party the better my party and the better it is the stronger it beTruth and honesty parin everything It would be foolish and wrong to bad know about my friends or my party candidates but it would be worse to deny what I know to be true or to hide what others have a right to know For man to get into place for which he is not fit is bad for lam and bad myfriendsin and great crime and is one of the greatest hindrances to justice in our land L Mil tilt I MlliUSON- 1lnnUt 9 t the Krnrkl imiilild Conrrrt February Oth I I In to the County Curt and tin elect Uon will bo held on this subject on Tuesday March 12th Who 811 Hcroa tUB no Influence on the surrounding country RoadfA Parable Chapel Talk by rrnf1 W IIlamore Bible Text Proverbs 22 13The slothful nun split there Is a lion without 1 shall be alaln In Jie streets I Graft teachers and great often speak In figures arid symbols to cause their auditors to think The Savior often spoko in parab s and left the people wondering what he I meant If they roilly wanted to know his meaning they would think It out or tailing to do to would Wine to him for enlightenment ns tho disci pies PO often did It they were oat thtmc hem very wise man spoke tho words hega man say tThep Is a lion without I shall be slain In the streets Lit us see if we can get at this meaning In a certain village there were ten men thrown out of work by the dos- Ing of factory There was no em ployment they could got and their Ctunlllra wero In danger of coming to want These men were told that in the city some distance away there was ebundinco of employment at good thedr city Now the rand wet long and rough There were hills to climb and adn0 I Journey was perhaps halt done they were very weary anti coming to a tag at tho edge of a wood thy Wit down to rest They hid not been seetwl long when a man came running from Ole direction which they were bound looking much frightened They aaskcd him what was the matter He said There Is a lion In thQ raid back there a gimt tierce lloa and hur ried on s One of the men on the log sold Fellows I urn afruid of thiU lion I think Ill goback One or two of the others mildly protested telling him not to ba afraid but ho arose and started saying he preferred to be alive coward rather than a dead hero Ho was Boircely gono when another said I bellove Ill go back also Again there wis a mild protest but Number Two answered that he woe not much afraid of the lion but he yni E tired of tho journey and was about ready to go back anyway Thus say lag ho started In baste after Number One As he disappeared around the bend Number Three then announc ed his intonibn of returning He wus not afraid of the lion at all ho sold he was going trick for a very differ eat rtison He hud received letter from Ills wife thud morning Baying his niece was very 111 and she wUhod ho would come home at once and be felt he must heed eo urgent a call As his footsteps died away Number Four I wriggled and looked omburtusaod As he was awkwardly rising a voice from the tar end of the log asked Somebody sick at your house too neighbor No said he but I have been thinking over for sometime and I do nX believe I want to go to the edty I hive hetsrd there era ninny temptations there and living U high and Ive made up my mind Id prefer to take my chances lack In the village where 1 hive alwayp lived Numbers Five Six Seven Eight and Sine were similarly minded and with romarIublencoord tool ttje hick tuck Number Tea sat on the log alone He I soliloquized thus My comrades have all left booiuse ot the lion Their flimsy excuses hue not deceived me They were afiuld And yet none ot us have seen the lion or heard It The man may have been frightened at a noise or at his own shadow and Imagined a lion was after him I am determined to pro ceed It is disgraceful to run at the first Intimation of danger Besides If there Is a lion I should like to meet andrea stout let that lion aUnck me If he ire With tWr he arose and proceeded on his ways keeping a sharp lookout on every hand He had not gone far when luring a bend there sure enough In the middle ot the road lay the lion a huge tawny lUst Now tune the teet of courage Should he retreat climb a tree or boldly He took heart and moved forward tome steps holding his club In readiness but the lion did not oUr He advanced further and clmwd his throat but still no movement lIe pled up a stick and toesed at the beast but there was no response Slid ho I believe that lion If dean Whereupon he went boldly up and punched him wtlth his stick He was stark and stiff lie turned him over with the stick and lot was only a dog a yellow dog and dead at that s- How glad I am Bald Number Ton that l did not turn back with the others What a laugh Ill have nt them for being soared out at a dead dog The stranger who gave the alarm Is probably having great fun telling his friends how he frightened those nine men Into going back with his lion story I shall hencetorUi roako it a rule of my life not to bo frightened at a danger until I have faced It and ut least know what it is This to a fair simple of the slothful roans lion in the way Low Wages In Japan In Japan an unskilled laborer gets 15 cdnts a day and the highest skilled labor 50 cents for a 12hour day Spanish Lace Fans The specialty ot Valencia Spain consists of lace fans for the making of which Nottingham and Brussels laces are generally used old Spanish Ices being seldom In request The fans manufactured In Valencia per annum represent a value of 91250000 Twothirds of this production are told in Spain the other third going to Italy and South America The price of a Valencia fan varies from 125 to five doUara w SSSS Chief Contents of This Number ONEIdea forldtoCommonwealth of Kentuck- yfMltorlnlHonetrrlndnliip A Lion In Hie Itunil Inmltln by Iraf JoUlllrehIe PAGE TWO MostFannrem TURKU Herea and Vicinity take Notice dotlege Item Mere Coiiunvrrlnl Club Juiiililu Iarty Incident fittest Market Itcport FAQU FOUR Comments compulsory Arbitration n Menitre Or Kjiiiiivu Labors what 1uttiinute Amerlrnn tllrl Plea for New Natlonnl Church Jjollllrnl Talk- Tewpemnre Mote TAUK FIVE flu ada School Ie Mm Bared by 8trnlrB Ui SIXTIleThe Hcliool OtxMl Avlr Tvnrlier tile Farmtrippinge- ighth Kentucky history PAGE SEVEN ltew from Eerywliere Recent State New PAGE KIOI1T Xiutern Kentucky Corretpondenoe Nebraska New Student Journal A Great Misfortune It would be a greet pity for uny one t6 miss the splendid offer wo have to- zaake to Cltteen rowers Arter we hive laid you what Isthls new premium for new subscriptions end nowuis end then tell you our offer you will hardly believe all If you think the price Is so low you will say JtCJnt be that the book Is tint till j say is And yet we have the woks hero to prove to any one who will tame to The Citizen office and you live too tear away we will moil to you und you dont flndM- tis goad oa we my jou am send back dud get your money all luck The hook Is Jesus of Nazareth entitledand Is iL Life of Christ written by Dr W E Barton the 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minister every touch every student every one who out read or enjoy beautiful pictures ought to have tills rook In his home pos sible Now wo are helping to make it possible The price of the book 1230 und It tests thirty cents extra to Bend it by mall We will give the book with a yeurs subscription to The Citizen to a nw fmbscrlbrr fur 1GO or It Is w be sent by mill 175 last laid Subscribers to The Citizen who renew their subscription within one month of the time they expire or who pay tor a year In advance at any time before their subscriptions CITe out nay have this book and Tho Citizen one year for 1GO book is oalltd for at Tho Citizen office or 190 It it is sent by mail post paid We have only a limited number of these splendid books It you willone send your order In quickly Heuse of a Thousand Candles Two weeks from this Issue we com mence printing our next serial The lIou eota Thousand Candles It is one ot the most popular stories of recent years full of excitement and romantic interest Get your friends to commence the story with you In the Issue of February 14th Superstition Long Lived At Lulllngborno castle the Kentish Eng residence of Sir William and Lady Emily TartDyke Is preserved a leather bag of coins The tradition is that whenever the heir is married Inthethat this matrimonial offertory bag must never be counted or some dlco misfortune will overtake the newly wed couple r n Y olnoa x 0 o It 0oeoeooeoeoooeoooeooll h of It It It t r 2 Is ll U li I D a I I I a a a A A in 11 ot It It A to to it it so It It If It If IL k er if Is If If Of Course You Know THAT WE HAVE CHANGED PROM A BANKING COMPANY TO A BANK AND TRUST COMPANY AND INCREASED OUR CAPITAL FROM 25000 TQ 50000 1 THIS WAS DONE IN ORDER THAT WE MIGHT BE OF MORE SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY THERE J ARE LAWS WHICH PREVENT A BANS FROM ACT 1 ING IN MANY CAPACITIES WHEEEAS THE POW ERS OF A TRUST COMPANY ARE ALMQST UNLIMITED 1 WE CAN PERFORM FOR YOU ANY SERVICE WHICH A BANK CAN OFFER AND IN ADDITION 1 WE CAN DO MANY THINGS WHICH NO BANK CAN DO FOR YOU LET US HANDLE YOUR FINANCIAL AFFAIRS THERE IS SCARCELY ANYTHITGIN A I BUSINESS WAY WHICH WE CANNOT DOOR YOU WE ASK YOUR FRIENDSHIP AND PATRONAGE l CAPITAL 5000000 JJ Moore President W IL Porter Cashier I 4 The Charter of the Berea National Bank No 8435 treasury I pattmeI1tIfficc of Comptroller of the Currency Washington D C November 17 1966 WHEREAS by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear hatliThe T4 crea National Bank in the Town of Berea in the County of Madison and State of Kentucky has complied with all theIprovisions of the Statutes of the United States required to be complied with before an association shall be authorized to commence the business of BankinglNow THEREFORE I Thomas P Kane Deputy and Act ing Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that t The Berea National Bank in the Town of Berea in the Countyof Madison and State of Kentucky is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in Section l Fifty one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of t the United States I IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF witness my hand and S lor office this seventeenth day of November 1906 t SEAL I T P KANEI Deputyand Acting Comptroller of the Currency v flank December 1 I open Ii S E WELCH Pres WRIGHT KELLYViceaPres r tl J JL GAY Cashier M a l i V t Ct I r r cecec iacolcO c III Ii WHAT HE VALUED MOST II By Ralph Hthry Barbour COPt it 191 by Joseph B Ddwlei afternoon + ohe h beard tjOnee In the hall 8dknow that focr atndlo had boon taken tt The next moraine unfamiliar sounds fell from above a mans voice tlecp musical leaping up and down tho ijand a cheerful tompanioriablo tor of melody that brought a rcapo siTe smile td hot face Ncxt day sho bad learned his name Booking loiters Crftrtfitiift pllo In tho J lower hall ehb had sound a cotortnac catalogue addressed to John Tim I IOn Esq 8h6 bad Broiled atHname Tlmsdix waVbo unusual and I quaint and funny I John she liked her fathers namo had been John AU I the mornIng an sho worked at hor 1 copper bowls and candlesticks sho troro to picture a porsonallly be q Biting tho namo of John Titnaon A week later she saw him f After that they bowed and tIlon ipokw MecUttgs bocamo frequcn I I Aside from the UUlo wcazenc dealer la old Uorloa and curl osltlea on the first Moor hllywere the only occapaala oC Iho houso who made It their hOMe That serTed w a bond of sympathy and they BOOn discovered others They wore both orphans and both Without near ref were both struggling rot recognition ho as a painter ot land Icapes In oils sho as a worker In jnetala And lhentker9 were minor ympathleSbtbr tBnKrual s f dews which came to light lit the firt t year of their friendship i + It became hla custpra lo drop lulo her room for a nun nt his wa rt up and down stars and then la the evenings for long enjoyable talkiI while he saltn her one eaaychal and smoked and sho worked away t- In s order or did her mending Onco a week he descended ceremonlouslj Immaculately clean but diffusing a strong Odor ot paint and took luncl with her gravely marveling at tho display and pretended alarm at ber recklessnessOnce returned her hospital tyhD bad sold a small canvaannd they bad dined sumptuously at ono A end ot Iho palntstalned table on lob stet cutleU and French peas and at aragus Rent la chl Mn ut appelli jng from the safe across tho square And he had made marvelous colic n an old copper kclUe and bad pro luced a bottloot bllvcs which ho sol mnly declined had been two year wafting tho occasion Usually ho called for her at th nUtute In jarooktynsho dill at ended an evening class three times a seekandbroughtihottborne Once User had walked back across Ac brldRO on a brisk Printer night r he whlto stars above them the pur ilo lamps advancing and meeting hem along their path and tho lemon ud red IUduerccn IK tern twlnk I pierheads1pJo had told her ot a boyhood spent I a little town in western Missouri 1fhis That dim dissatisfaction with Is lot and hIs growing hatred foi t oil In bU faUior0 squalid general erntore Low at hla1 fathcra death hit I bo had never Lnownhe hat wfioneto8t Loute wbcro ho hat Jerked by day and studied art bj S sight until itllh00swod koiiad 1 omo to New York and entered the t t eague IltfHiad feptont three years hero and lien had burled hlmsoll I I a the krseyWdodslUilpgilko a ller nit In a hut or his owd Bdlne a6d t JtlalnUng hum dawn to dusk Jalr day fl And now ho had ended theyre cslnnlni Co Enow mo rye sold n cw cauvftscsi taocily through Ruy I4r RiiyterbcMevravln me The hlng Im working on bow is for tho academy Us toUke a car- l + ut It dooVtfhVtfte1 test t kave ID tlo aridrltsrteg Cn tier thing Oh I do so hope sol sho had said earnestlyr IvetfcrerdiwrtjtoaJL ho had aa veered ItSR big stake utIm coins to win ptslldJf as thrco months old Ono afternoon lite Morrow was the theIl ink silently Into bis accustomed J tJllnlr 6hQ looked up j qucstlOnlBgly thti silver btrtkle1 ou vhlch h8 J 4 tas working gloomilymyj tTOrriurrowl It aims quito dry yet I y suppose I pughfctolglafltut=c smiled t only C rath f anahgtttedlvsalnr + I phVtw sbo answered eagerly iL yellowtr jt4ilchhirhadtollcd for almost a year t was argc feet fty tour and t jidoubtwfly J an ambltfdas effort for hat mlKlifbocallcd tlrst picture ct the result was so splendid that ho artldlfi faith la its aucccat seemed ustmiAi rsHehad called It = 111arreachtlp expanse or6nttmarb f wUhbttfd fir66zcufncd w- aerdibugJ Ihb ijtarlaoliarf4x purple lane a Huggcstlon but no moro of ho city against the clear sky great h ldCe nldilrtlosltl r Hittlhtlt at ach Uicr IB majestic gratsdeur Iti glorious also whfsiSen Ioall a r Re 1 Toj like Itr ho asked almost eagerly ut10YO IU Dui she sighed how It makes ono hate tho city doesnt ttrHIs eyes lighted Tee and were going away from Iho city he said with a ring in hIs voice Were through work today and woro going there Get your things on That day wan a day of days Winter reigned kindly They crossed tho river and spent tho afternoon in tho woods and along the edge ot the marshes returning long after the city I was aglow They had dinner at a cafe for when ono has finished a plc turo Umt Is to bring lame and wealth economy is a sinful thing flack in her studio they talked until late Tho windows were gray with the cold dawn whoa ho awoko suddenly and stared about him In a moment he was out ot bed and had thrown open the hall door Smoke thick and stifling drifted la At the bottom ot tho staircasewell orange light danced and glowed Throwing his clothes on ho lifted tho picture from the easel and staggered With It down the first flight The amoko made him choke and gasp The next flight was miles long At the bottoms bo dropped the picture and as it toppltM against the baluster he leaped to Uetha door and knockod loudly Who is borer camo tho question tit at onco isir Timson Tho house is pa fire Theres no danger ot courso bat you mast como qulcklyi Yea she answered faintly He buried In his elbow hlstfacoleaning Ono he started impetuously toward tho pie taro only to tHrn back The track lIng ot tho flames drowned now even the nolso at the door Then Beth stood before him whitefaced anxious eyed but unafraid Down the stairs quick he cried Ill follow you You mustnt stay she cried fear fullyTho picture he answered Go please Ho noised his burden again and staggered down the hall gasping and lurching There ho found her Ho Seized His Burden Again croachlrig a the top stop Ho put tho picture aside and caught her In his Arms HIde your face ho said She struggled sobbing No no Let me got You mustnt leave Ill Ill come back for It hoaeswcrod quietly Courage little girl its lust for a minute- Thea ho plunged doss tho stairs past writhing tongues ot flame Set Ming lJetl1 upon her feet hurled her across the street On tho stoop ho turned i must go back he said loneSbe fearful and wretched for hla sate Presently he returned emptyhanded It was no use ho explained The balls flre In flames Oh eho Moaned I wish you had never semi me Its goneall your work and hope 6hb glanced up miserably to pod his grave eyes smil ing Multi hush he whispered tenderly Ive saved what I valued most dearTho color farad into her white face and fiho1 Bwayod dizzily until his arm wont out and drew hot to him Both lie whispered She raised her eyes slowly to hla They I6okodto vhought like palo dawwot violets Ho bent his face her lids fluttered down and their lips mot Little girl ho said presently woro pretty well cleaned out you woTI softly If only you could have saved tho picture she said dolefully Neve mind ho picture he re plied steadily rUdo It again and better Thejrbe whispered Look Above the etepplntf city toward tho suet aUIrit lit 8i flU8U was fBpelllng the dawns gray gloom A new day out ot the embers of Ittihlgbt alld Mdsettly Aq4rnubea of the old 4 A lfJfQU trOT GRAPH PART Two Girls Gave a Novel and Origin Entertainment with Pictures Two girls who are enthusiastic ama tours in the use ot tho kodak eavo a delightful and original party Ialt year liars a writer In The Housokec nr The Invitations sent out were kodak pictures of tho two entertaIn- ers in different poses but in each In stance a newspaper book fan or umbrella concealed the faces The i vltatlons ran Those headless ladles at bent January 12 8 oclock Not a little guessing and comparing notes was necessary among those Invited to decide with certainty upo tho Identity of tho wouldbo hostcsse The guests were receIved In a pretty room half studio half sitting room where after a few minutes lively con voreiUon they were given cards tlceo rated with tiny photographs ot tho houso In which the party was give with pencils attached Their attention was then called to the numbered photographs tnkedup on the wall each representing sore well known book The titles worn to bewritten opposite tho number on the card corresponding to that of tho photograph In one or two Instances whero tho book title was not wIdely known tho namo of the author wnf printed on the card Miss Alcotfa Llttlo Women Lit tie Men and Oldfashioned Girl Seton Thompsons Wild Animals I Have Known and Holmes Over tho Teacups and Autocrat of tho Breali fast Table lent themselves readily to photographic Illustration Among others were Tho Masquerader a lady In domino and mask Prince prints of Indian Tho Crisis In fudge making and 10 Have and To Hold a wedding Thirty minutes were allowed for making out tho list of titles Thi prize for the most complete list was n landsomo photograph in passopartou of a locally celebrated spot Tho consolation prize the photo of the family cat yawning prodigiously Partners for supper were selected by matching kodak pictures cut it halt Tho menu was written on the back of a mounted photograph of the irlnclpal public building of tho city The evening closed with fun and lashllghts Mud Houses Built By Wasps A naturalist has thus described the habits of a species of wasp that makes Ita nest of mud says the Dundee Ad ertlsor The mud ot which their wets are composed ho said Is often carried for some distance and it Is essential for them to uso good stiff clay At the edge of snore pond or ilrcam you may see those Insects roll tlcky little halls out of tho stiff mbd with their strong Jaws With this heavy load of mud they rise slowly and having gained somo height thoy JCt their beatings and fly In a straight Ino to their nest In this they rosem ilo tho boos Indeed all the wasps and bees scorn to havo a wonderful actulty for flying directly home from any point When tho wasp has gained ho place selected for a building site ho puts the tiny ball of mud against bo wall of tho bulldfng and ribs It Ight by moving her head from sldo to Dido very rapidly Tho outer surfaced tbo nest shows a series of rings rlth sharply defined lines between nest of thorn but the Interior is al rays extremely smooth and almost a perfect cylinder Whllo building her est tho Insect continually runs in and out of the tiny cylinder examining It mInutely with her feelers If n ough placo la felt on tho Inner sur face she carefully sets to work and rubs It smooth When tho cylinder is inlahed tho wasp goes hunting for spiders Pecan Orchard In the South Just as the people of the north exit eanuts In great quantities so do tho iCoplo of the south cat pecans re marked Allan Dupre a merchant of NeW Orleans On the streets of Now deans are many vendors Who sell kern In all sorts of wayi shellqil shelled and in candy form Peanuts are sold too but pecans have a- tar greater sale To meet the demand for them whIch U growing pecan orchards are now being laid out In the bottom lands of the far soflth When old timber is cut down pecan trees are planted lany pecan orchards arc graduallly rowing up They arc of slow growth rtqulring about 15 or 2rt years to reach maturity but they are rofHable The main supply comes from Mexico somo 60 carloads of tolled pecans being shipped from hero every year fer tlie most part 10- be consumed in tho south but In a ecado the maIn supply will come from tho southern states which dill thus gain a now Industry Spoiling a War Story T1crulll a certain war veteran In Wstoa whomvrc will call William town Hdtons an honorable record and Is fond of relating incidents of tbp robolllrtn Ho utter tells how bo got a cut on the head from the sword of a confederate cavalryman There Is a small bare placo which he says val the scar of this wound Many n tlino wo will work In tho same bilfco with him bavo heard this story Drown hun a brother Charles who camo Into thin otllco the other tidy 10 make a call Bill was tit his ddak rltlcg when Charlie walked up bo hind hint undo giving him a slap on tho shoulder Bald jocosely Well 11U1 Y ECO you etill have that scar on our head where Hailers dog lilt you hun we were boya Prom ItMit time one of Bills war stories gets ItHn rvwlnnce from us u QUEER SIDE OFUAPAN Odd Faith Exhibited In the Mikado Domains In Japan tho lower orders of Ufo not only make war and supply meat but ovlnro other pccullartlca that ren lnr them Invaluable concomitants ot clvllliailou A raw days ago a num bcr of puoplo were seen gazing tutor ly umuni the upper limbs of a largo Jilno tiio Stopping to Icatn the s- cret or this Unusual Interest a man was observed diMCimdlng the ire while a crow wits furiously cawing all1l heating about his head then It wa seen that tho trespasser bad posseisc himself of ono of tier brood an unpi im Hcstdng llttlo chick that no ono could bo Imagined to fancy for a Jtt Asked what ho Intended dolor Ith tho young crow ho replied that It made excellent mrdlclno for th blood Chlnomlclilno kusurl use his exact Kurds To Insure the ndlcncy of the miidlclim ho explained tbo bird must bo taken bolero U leave the neat If possible or If It has lert Iho nest bolero It gets to where It can drink water for bo asserted If It has of ItBolf taken water It lose 1111 virtue nil a blood curo Tho prc- rcss of preparing the remedy Is first to kill tho crow nod without clvanlui It to oncaBA tho body In nn nlrtlsh covering of cement or clay The mould Is then baked for two or IhrCi days In a hot fire When the clay crust ls removed naturally the crow will bo found to bo black a lump ol pure charcoal This Is pulverised am converted Into pills of tho pink 01 dor which are very popular hero as a blood regulator Ho reminded hit interlocutors that tho medicine was von rare because ot iho difficulty of finding a crow that had not taken water Tho man wits perfectly sincere and appeared extremely proud of his sue con In having secured the bird 110 was rejuctant to leuvo tho tree lest thorn should be another ono on Uto ground somowhcrc Thoso who since tho brlfllanl achievements ot the Japanese Ret Cross Society in tho lato war arc ac cnstorocd to take for granted tho ad vanco of medical science in this coma try will of course bear In mind thai tho practitioner under conalderntlot Gad not at thIs time acquired membership in any legally recognized thora pcutic fraternity but probably hit nostrum was qulto as effective all much of tho medicine that Is Reid tc a largo constituency at a higher price In other portions of the globe liar ars Weekly Paved with Good Intentions- A diplomat was talking In Washlni ton about tbo late Auberon Horborl lion of tho earl of Carnanon Ho was connected with tho Brlttnl mbassyliorc said the diplomat but after he turned Utopian be would ave naught to do with diplomacy Why bo once addressed a crowd In New York like this The mad blind struggle for tho lollar with no thought for tbo higher lite Is ruining your country Tho heart of your men are like tho rocks hat underline your groat city It Is 11 great city of hard hearts Mr Herbert was always original I onco beard him address a row Tears banquet of clergymen Til try and repeat tho address In his own word It ran- Mpctlng this morning the gentle man called Mephltto or Bcezlcbub I rented him politely and said How are thing down your wayt Ho grinned and shook his head tlo pointed to the mud on his hoot and tall Wo aro in a deuce of a most down yore ho said This is the season ou know when our pavements are bolng laId low the Sexton Foretold the Weather When anybody amts Abo Hicks sox ton ot the Bushby orthodox meeting once what ho thinks about the probabilities for fair weather Mr nICks Give his opinion with tbo air of ono havIng authority When I tuck my old bell rope In hand last night to ring her tor limo hrlstlan Endeacrs Mr Hicks will say on occasion altos squUnchcd pdry an ah old bone You no nerd UT carry your umbrellas today unless ou want cm for looks But there aro other times when Mr ticks shakes Ida head at tho hopeful adore of a picnic party Dotter plan to etaynlgh sholtfcr today wirf you can get under cover Me 1i111 Jlrmly Thcrd want a mite o glva to my old boll rope till yesterday but taint night shes most as mist aa n sponge all kind o stringy an lodg I tell ye I should put off that iiterprlse o yours till next week Tho oadsll be prime after the two days raIn tlialjf coming tb usYoutlms Companion i Strong Language Used by Pastor Rerv Charles W fcjvldsc founder ontl pastor of the Peoples church In Omaha IB sue mail who dally lives kid tolkB his profcssloa of saving Jouls tiud ho is jd docldfidly ellnplo and rankin his ministration bo nuito thOy taroWcome his chief oml In life that ho Infrequently lets slip 111 fino bit of Itiimw iu liia BirlnuH work of tryltiB to make others fret right and happy without realigns It fI few days ago Dr Savldgo passed no of the nu noroua 9afvu Uon At tny Dung woinch who collecting alms Ip the lots at vavfou downtown trcct corners Mss chid the preacher vlth 3 snslle oil his face WiJmlshty col- dtaufirfide Isnt It slit blvd ou thought thatll beats i nil waya1 rNUBBIN CHOPPER One That Can be Made at Home and Will Do Good Service I havo a plan for a simple and cheap nubbin chopper which I think will bo of jntorcat to others writes a corms spondent of tho 1ralrlo Farmer I have used this chopper for two years How the Nubbin Chopper Works and find it satlstuclory I use It to cut up corn for feeding cattle The cutting blade Is made ot A heavy com knlfo with a bole drilled In the end and fastened to a crib post with a ono quarter Inch lag sores ThobottbnTof thochop wr la mado or a 2x6 plank nailed to tho crib post ui dor tho com chute with a 1x3 Inob strip on the outer edge Tho toform a trough along which I push tho com to tho knife DRAINING LANDS Much Rich Land Goes to Waito Because This Work is Not Done Many undrainrd and nnprafltabli land can bo drnlncJf well or at lout considerably Improved should yoi only spend a days work In acraplni out ditches with an ordinary two horse scraper Soma of the ditches need not necessarily be wldo nor deep It hat booh cUmatqtl that from ono to thirty per cent of curtain wc lone of good tanalng lands In some sections of tho Northwest need drain lug Somo of this undralncd land it reasonably prodoctlvo In growing slough grass which In mutiny ensue serves as feed for cattle In tho wins tor but a largo fraction of those lands lie idle and arcs hotbeds for the propagation of weeds and undesirable insects Tho soil In sloughs and small swamps Is usually fertile and rich la plant food duo largely to the decay of plant life which has been ac nimulaUrig there year after year It la this land that should bo brought Into condition for tho growing of Tops It will support plant growth otter ban tint adjoining higher land photo fertility has been considerably depleted by constant cropping When Iralncd well these land make ad mirable fields for Brasses such as timothy and millet grasss also fodder corn There la no work of this iliad done if done at proper tlmo and placo but what Will easily pay for the jxpeaso In tho raising of tho first Tow cropa from landsJ F Vojla professor of agriculture Gustavous dolphus College BIG OR LITTLE FARMS The Size Depend art Location Writes an Iowa Farmer Whethctla man should have a big 0r a little farm depends on his location In this part of Iowa writes a larko county farmer In Farmers Review we must depend on tho more ox cnslvu methods of agriculture to glvo ssa living A man that tae a flrm- 1tIf only 80 acres or 120 acres will iavo a hard chanco to make a living Ho needs at least ICO acres nnd If ho ias 320 acres he will bo still more ortunateIt be remembered that It takes a good deal of lanlllo produce paying crops of corn wheat and other cereals If a man raises cattle lie must have a largo pattofVhls farm In paiitiire It ho has Tint acres and there romcs a wet year or a very dry year either of which will cut short his iropfl whore Is b01 nut oven then If he has ICO acrea ho will bo able to iroducc enough to meet his obllga Ions + The 80 nero farm Is all right near a Toodslzed city where truck forming ian bo followed largely enough to in mro the farmer a living ITo can thin iOnstdntly Rot manure for URO on Ads arm But In tho country away from bo largo cities it is far otherwise When Figuring the Account When this years accounts are oil In and ready to figure dont forget to five credit to thu good wife sons and daughters for the excellent work hey have done toward helping to- ketip tlio balance on tho right side of be poise- I1ont hoop your ewes too long- Ifiichrldks rcKultii froni keeping them mull ley arc valueless put oa Ute market 41LVA WORK IN THEVTOOL SHEDli S I Where a Good Many of the Wlritjr Day Can Be Profitably Spent Ono of the many profitable winter a Jobs can bo found in tho tool shod la going over cleaning up and repairing tho machinery that will bo used next summer After a seasons work there is nearly always something about aMmower binder or cultivator which tJneeds fixing When ono wants to use a tool hu seldom has time to fix It and it it must bo repaired tvo wo k is usually done as quickly at possible with an cyo only to time work hnm ately at bund Plows may now bo cleaned oil etllfoiled hoes and mattocks sharpen scythes ground etc Vhen there always holt io Ughtcc fractures breaks to patch up and adjustments of various kinds to make It any machine needs repairs that must bo I ordered from a distance this should bo Bono during thu winter and the nmv chine Wade ready for use If this Is neglected now remarks Farm and homo you may forget all about It un till you want to use It and then you will bo In a bold A few hours work at odd times will havo nil tho tools ready for uso when tho time cornea If they aro stored In a sited or room whoro OU can got at 1Itout jn the weather they will bo la bad shape when you KO to use them So If you have no tool shed It wouldtbe a good winter job to build one WHAT TO FEED WITH CORN Missouri Experiment Station Proves That Linseed Oil Is Best That some other feed should bo used with corn to secure Be tibsf re sults In pig feeding Is known by all practical feeders The gains are bel ter than on a puro corn ration and If the other food is well chosen the gain may bo made at lower cost In a teat at the Missouri experiment station a comparison of wheat middling and other purchased feeds used with cornmeal was made With corn at 25c a bushel It would bo an even thing no far as tbo cost or gala la concerned whether corn be fed alone or with nil meal at Jo jw ton In thoio tc u linseed oil meal proved to bo bettor than wheat mid dlings OK n food to use with corn Tho oil meal ration was BO ranch moro palatablo than the mlddilcsn that much more ot It was eaten dally They made more rapid gains and teemed to thrive tailor upon this feed To bo equal to oil meal at 30 par ton mUdllng would have to bo bought at from 114 to 116 per ton AB oil meal is usually cheater than 3i In Missouri and middling worth SUi or IIHlIlwith corn SAVE THE WOMEN TRevolving Clothes Horse Which the Wife Will Appreciate Thoro In no little thing that will aye tho hotiiehold so much as a reoIolvltij clothes horse an near the t sack sloop that tho clothes may bir hung upon It without stopping out In tbo snow A solid pot should barn a hobo bored In tho top and the arms may bo beveled and spiked to a plea of plank through which a bolt passes nto tho last or each arm may M toted to lot the bolt pass through It k Revolving Cloth Rick Three four or five arms may be used as desired and of any length provided all aro of one longtlf No skill is re quired in making It nays Farm and Homo as tho rope hplds tlib arms up ulniply by being tight enough IL Is well ty sot tho post before medstir Ing the arms so that they may be surd to reach tim vcraiuhk Some laths may bo nailed together at first to make a model if you are not sure of your ability as a carpenterIFARM ITEMS Ventilate tho cellar Keep fruit cool but do not lot it freeze Sort tho apples frequently Of all tho now moneymaking schemes bone of them bUilt the 614 fashioned way of earning a living Farm Journal Saudy soil can bo greatly Improved by viewing In barnyard manure or other tilings that will add decaying matter dplnnch is an easily grown garden crop mind thorn Is perhaps no other of its kind that will glvp ae Rood satlafnctlon Three or four ounces ot seed planted in tbo autjiran alter a Hummer crow has peen bnrvcsted from tho land will produce nn ubua ilauco of greenH for the average ant during tho lato autumn and only spring Cattle Price Hlph The reports from beet cattle 1 market ludlcato a demand In excess of tha visibly supply and that good prices for cattle will bji maintained for eometlrou This will stimulate the of fatllc fCmarks Farm Journal and will daubtleem Iriduco more prosperous copdlllong among eastern and f weat Urjaer o o ltott oto + okokorokbtokokokgt0k 011lsf 0 o It 0 I f And Shaving Material i 0 I o 0 i IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A FINE RAZOR iif 0- o J Ono that will ontir Bntiafoction como in and BOO 11 0 11It1011ItI WE HAVE THEM AT JOO TO 250 x- o 1IFor those who prefer tho regular style razor nod yet have a j g safety guard attached tho Curly Safety Razor la tho thing at 250 0 o The Gem Safety Razor with seven sharp blades is as good as x It 0 o any 500 Safely Razor made Our price 150 x While you nro purchasing a razor romombor that thoro aro BOV o X era othcc things uecossary to complete as having outfit Strops o tt lather brushes soap talcum powder and cold cream are hero in a o- tc variety of brands Bud prices o o ft- S o Pocket Kniveso A ooI oo0 1 X XI It 0 I Porter Drug Co INC i o 0 x Prescription Druggists o a OuOy101101101101tO110ttI0il0yt0tO1101tOb10110110i30110110130 10110110110UOk 0000000000000000000000000008 Ic Vicinityo8o o 8o a GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESi 0U c 0000000000000TAKE NOTICE Wn Florence D Richard the well kculrcrfBt 730 and gives the MomUy Icoiuro In united Chapl at 920 Mon4iy morn tag Mrs KlahanU la BO popular n preacher and leouiwr That she wus Ilcenllx oilhxl upon by the Ohlaigo Pda Lora Amoctation to takb chsirgo ot the- I overflow mtotlnR reeuMng tram the l crowds who amid not sot in to hear fl the famous eYoU1e1t t Gypsy smith t Blw comnifocct a scrlM ot lectures among tho collejrtB of Kentucky and the south with this oneKBinwnt at Doro1I Qoiivemuton Club mete at I Prof DiHurds houae Friday night of this week at 7 oclock The subject for dlfictusion la the Child labor Problem Ernest Ounhle Concert Party lThotho third enttvrnlnment in the Lyceum Cbureo on Situniiy Febru ary 9th In tho College Chapel at 730 I t p m This will be the gnutcat mus j lacal ontortnlnment Deem has cver known TlckcJa fur this conceit grad + tho last onUjrtilmnrnt Uto dramatic recital by Prof Ralne nny bo hod fur 75 caMs Singlo atlmloalon to this concert CO cents r Rev T A iCUclion has moved Us foully to Corbin wh re bo la paator j A of tho First Ojngreijionul Church i fotilldn Cook hoa boon quite VBlck for soverol da u lobo DoiUy matron of HIglilind College Wllllumaburg Ky stopped over Thursday night with tnmo Derua friends as silo was on her fytf tar a vlfllt to Cincinnati To got rid ot surplus old pnptTS Cat ixini and other papers will bo mid at Tho Citizen office for a few days at the rate of eight pounds for five cents instead of the usual rote of four pounds for five cents fTTroubles Ayers Cherry Pectoral cer tainly cures coughs colds bronchhisconsurnption And it certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs There oan be no mistake about this You know it is true And your own doctor will say so I M little boy Imd a terrible rough t trial heir ot but In vein until tlJI1rtl Iectiiral The tintnight be better and he iteulllr unproved until he see perlectlr IIAUl S J BTIILE Alton w XMe by JOAr rOeLowellMaeAIM nuufuturere of 1 PARIILrs Ayer1Pilla f QOOOQQOOO o o o Mr Jack Burnum u resident of- rtta Bo for soverul years dlod list Thurn day at the homo of his father in Richmond Mr Burnun ran a Ii bebop r bora and wtaa highly rtJjx tai by all who know him The infant child of sJlr and Mrs Roy Davis died teat Thursday of brlln fever Ue Alary CUffoU has boon quite I1 fur the last few Whys Air and Mrs Dock Chandler ot JU Vemon have been rUltlng Mr and Mrs Joo Krans C I Opgs baby has boon very 111 but la thought to bo a great dull hot ter Airs Lucy Clark Mitchell wife of 0 a Mitchell died last Tuesday at hti homo about two miles oust ot Boat The funwl sorvlcos were held at the family residence on Wednesday morn- Ing conducted by Rev Smith of WaJ laceton Hor mnalna were into revf In tbo family oonxtfry Mrs Mitch ell loves u husbmd and two eons to mourn her death They have tho sym jolhy of a host of friends Sir and Mrs W G Mulllne have moved to RockcaJtlo county Mr Nlcel of Ilanstord Ky is moving his family Into Mr Royanna now house erected on Center stroRt The C W B M moots Monday at 230 p m at the clplooChurch111- 9OD118C Mrs 1 A Davie gavea reception to her lady friends lost Saturday afternoon She had a guessing contest In which the meaning of different ob Sects was to bo stated atn S R Baku won the prize Refreshments were served i Prttaautlono are bulng made for ro byHevcommencing February 17lhtCommercial Cluborganlte4 Tucsduy night a number of our bull ness men got together in the hall over ComUlYtogrvnirod with the following Dfflcore W II biter President a II Dur uplinkSecretaryare Largo Auilleneet Apropos of vast audience toe Brncat Qunblo Concert Party which Fsbraary9thassembled in tho United States The Gamble parley appeared before Lord nnd ldy Aberdeen and twelve thou atCIt1Ubuq1Ilal ecanbtago over in Oalumbus 0 was tho AllSt r pnogram with the YSlLYOOerardy thousand people tilled the mammoth auditorium The ltWl8t chub In the Slit1lI1kOon before five thousand people Then too Mr Gamble hoe sung to the Met YorkCityand auditoriums of this country 0o8 I College Items I o 0 8 8 80HHRH AND THERE i- o 0- eooeoooeooooeooof Mr Gcunblo went to Richmond lost Thursday on business- Prot Dinsmore and wife were in Lexington last Thursday and Friday The boys and girls of SUe and Per ry counties were delightfully entertain ed at the homo of Mr and Dire Gwn ble on Tuesday evening Mesa Gertrude Crowder of law renceburg Ky arrived Tuesday neon to tcuch In the Normal Department Miss Crowder comes with highest rec ommendations She holds a stjite cer tlflcato and has been a etudcnt In Statw College Cleveland Winkler was allied home Saturday by death of hla gmndfmUieirJ Mina Winner woe taken sick at the Ladles hull and on BUuntiy her father ease to take her to her home near RIchmond She will return next springMiss Grace Mu4ili Is a victim of the grippe and at present la at the home of Dr and Sirs Oawl y Miss Emily Hutrtlngttm Suite Sec relay of the Y W C A will be in Berm on Saturday of this week to stay several days- Dlra nichardf naWonUl W C T U worker will spaik at the College Chaapel Sunday night and give the Monday morning lecture and will bo the guest of Prof and Mrs Bdwnrdb on Richmond Street The Y W a A wan led Sundry night by Mlra Eyler tho subject be- Ing What It Damns to be a Christ hn It was a very Interesting and helpful meeting Mr tVllllam Adams led the Y M C A meeting ToplcY M a A In different countries Special music added much to the Interest of the meeting Cumberomaro Fupplled at the Union Church In his place The snow and tee of the pakt week have been token odvantnga of by tnumber of skollnc and coasting part lee among tho students Wlnona the throe year old duightm of Rev C Rexford Raymond died of pneumonia and mpnlngltla at Angela N Y on Friday January 25 Miss CUmeron who hia helm oaring for her sick sister In Now York was expected back Tuesday afternoon but mUwqd connections at dnclnnat and earno on with the night train Her slater is much better Mrs Mc Donald has Wen qwrylng on the heavy work very ably In the absence of Miss Quneron The house which is being built fen Prot Rains family to occupy le lInk- Ing good progress The root is noW being put on Prof Rulnes sickness kept him trot onoetlng any of hU classes In their regular places ht week s Mrs Moiuh has boon away for BOy eral weeks at the bedside of her Hith er who is very sick Paraffin Is Very Useful Added to an equal quantity of salad oil paraffin makes the best machine oil and used perfectly pure will clean the moat neglected and dirty sewing machine Mixed Into a stiff paste with silver sand and applied with a coarse flannel it will remove all discolored spots from tiled passage etc Rags dipped Into paraffin and laid between thick papers are Invaluable when put ting away furs arrange the furs in- layers in a drawer or box with these papers between This will prevent moths attacking tho furs 1TIS AlITEZOI Clrnlni weakiIt a Ienergy it ta nutrtto College workers should usiI Apltezo and rat it It makes tho totter ic and his work is made easier and pleasanter See I that tJietrlcbUdbbott your children eat App ji their maturity they will be useful Apltezo does make brains but twill notIprove the brain When you lave used Apt tezo Bayro to your friends and please inform them where you purchased it G M GREEN MAIN STREET rhea No 08 DellrerlM made to all parts of tho city t6At TELL YOJJU NKIOIUIOIIS I If wo know of a good thing and there Is enough for nil we ought to share tt In the great revival meetings held each winter In tho College Chitpol there Is always enough for everybody Out tho news Is sometimes slow in get ting around Many people have moY td into Beirea since Lied winter Some who were here n year ago did not attend and GO did not learn how helpful the meetings were Now let every body who has received a blessing in the meetings In previous years TELL Ills NEIGHBORS Tell them that The 3Iwtlne will begin Riimlny Iob 17 Kev George Haltnn of Chlrngn will lend Tim Sleeting will be held In the College Chapel Director Itlgbjr will have charge of the Muilc Fatal Factory Flyd Dover N H Jan 28 DoVersmoat disastrous lire cost the lives of four and probably five young mill opera tives and a property loss of half a mil lion dollars The lire destroyed jnlll No 1 of the Cocheco Manufacturing company The bodies of four boys charred beyond hope of Identification wero found In the smoking ruins and as five boys aro known to bo missing it is believed that another body will bo discovered The missing boys are Charles Cosgrove 16 Constantino Elopulos 15 John NIcholopulos 1C Redden IB Hester 15 Hayes and Fllcklngsr Meet Columbus 0 Jan 24 Broken in health Edward Fllcklngor once the director of a large business enterprise and the opponent of the wheel trust entered tho Ohio penitentiary to servo a sentence of seven and onehalf years for aiding and abetting Otho T Hayes president of tho defunct Gallon National bank Soon after entering the penitentiary Fllcklnger met Hayes The meeting between the two men was mOlt cordial Lieutenant Misting Havana Jan 28 Lieutenant C F McCullough of the Fifteenth cavalry was reported missing and there were fears expressed that ho had possibly met with foul play as he was known to have a considerable sum of money In his possession Blacksmiths Luck Mayfield Ky Jon 244J W Bene diet a blacksmith here has fallen heir to 400000 by the death of a rela the at Union City Tenn THE MARKETS EAST BUFFALO Cattlt Export ihlp ping cattle IS 35CU 10 shipping steers It 75C5 SS butcher cattl J4 750B 2S heifer II J8JJ5 00 cows U IOCH 60 bulls IS 7SC4 J5 mllkera and springer IZS MC5 00 Sheep and Lamb Tear linn II ZtQt SO wethers IS 6035 10 mixed IS 0005 BO ewes It 75CS 28 spring lambs It SOOT 10 Calvts Bsst It IOO10 00 Hogi Heavies IT 10 tna dlumi 17 10OT IS Yorkers 17 II pip 17 40 aUes 14 COOS SO roughs II 00 03 2- 6CHICA00Cattl Common to prime tetra 14 MOT 10 cows S3 7B04 1- 5hUn 12 6005 00 bulls 12 7574 SO stockers and feeders 12 7504 n Sheep and Lambsb1eep IS 0001 CS lambs 15 75O7 75 yearlings I 1091 50 Calves AS2 E7O 00 Hoes Jood to choloe heavy II 957 00 choice light 18 ISfli 7 00 packing II IOe8 IS rood to choice pip II S08I 0- PITTSBJRQ Cattle Choloe 15 sop 8 10 prime II 600f5 75 tidy butchers 14 7505 20 heifers II 0004 75 ft cows and bull 12 OOU 25 fresh cows UII 00 ttSO 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wither IS 6085 75 good mixed 15 SOO5 EO lamb IS 007 75 Calves II 0009 25 Hoes Heavy hoes 17 1097 15 aefil urns Yorkers and vies 17 25 CLEVELAND Cattle Prime dryfed 15 5095 75 fat steers 14 0005 25 belt ers U IStt 75 cws IS 000S 78 bulls IS 5004 25 milkers and eprlneers 115 00 EO 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs 17 5007 60 wethers IS 00S EO mixed 14 5005 00 eweS 14 5005 00 Calves It 00 down HOBS Yorkers 17 1007 15 mediums 17 0507 10 pip 17 25 taps S505 60 roughs II 4008 II CINCINNATI Wheat No 2 red 770 7Sc ComNo2 4SU044C Oats No z SSH0S9C RyeNs 2 6t070o Lard It 000t 10 hulk meats IS S7H Bacon 110 12tt Hogs5 1001 tO Cattle 12 0005 H Sheep II 2595 15 Lambs 14 259 lil- OBOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above S434Ua X St0lSo No 1 40041c No 2 I90400J fine un washed 26w7o delaine unwashed A 10o delaine washed I70Sto Indiana and Kentucky combing Hblood I4SSc TOLEDO Wheat 7ltte corn 44VJo eta lllfeu 174 101 oloveneed II 41 Public Sale As I am so situated that I have to break up housekeeping I will on Bntunlnr Febranry 231007 On the promises offered for sale to the highest bidder my house and lot In Kirksrille Madison county Ivy This fs a desirable piece of property consisting of a substantial two story brick house with C rooms summer kitchen and pantry ull In good re pair with beautiful front yard good horse lot rich gwen with good out buildings and a neverfailing cistern of the beet water Up high above any malaria In a good quiet neighborhood No whiskey of any kind sold in or around Ktrksvllle The people of Ktrksvllle and for miles around it ran not be excelled for quietness sobri ety MId Christianity It has four churches Presbyterian Methodist ilaptlst and Christian ant Is a thriv ing business village with one bank do Ing r good business ono drug store one harness and saddle shop two blacksmith shops two undertakers two doctors ono butcher shop two urge general merchindlfie stores a wood public school in tho village TERMS Onethird cash one third Jan 1 1903 onethird Jan 1 1909 with 6 per cent from date W A ANDERSON- W P PHEWITT Auctioneer 1 3iic+o+o+oPo+o+o+li+oto+o+d +oo +o+o+o+d+o +oo+o+oo+o+ot + I BEREA BANK AND TRUST co Io 0 1CAPITjL 5000000 1 SURPLUS JOOOoOO t + il ti REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT 4 t Tho Real Estate DepartmeJlt of tko Berea Bank and + baysoGraeao i + m for prices ranging from to o i 1000 Also a number of the best residences It is out o o obuyt Those having property to sell will do well to list ibot satisfaoo t 1on your part DEPARTMENTprepared to take entire or o any of real estate collect rents at l 1tend to repairs pay taxes and insurance premiums in facto it will relieve you of all the worry connected with your propertyo o We are also qualified to act as executors of estates too receive and administer trust funds act as guardians and + administrators examine and approve titles o INSURANCE DEPARTMENTI iWe write all kinds of fire tornado life and accident t insurance in the best and strongest companies i tfenough to fully protect you dont delay another minute 1 1o+ 0 1J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier i Io +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+od o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oslo +o+o+o barbkokokokakokokokokokokokottokokokokokokoitok0000t 0sY WHEN YOU WANT o I- tGROCERIEsl o 0 31 o 0 DEIIVEREDio Joaro Bes Canned Corn per can 050 ItI 0 FORB Richardsonoq NAVEN e rokokoroKakokokoltokokekokckokokokokokokokoKolokokoty J 000000000oeoeo00oo000080008000o a I IT PAYS TO BUY ANOTHER 0 o SUIT NOW Io o CHANGE OF DRESS ISA GOOD THING AND i0 AN EXTRA SUITOR TWO BREAKS THE iIi MONOTONY OF ONES DRESS t 1 divide Sugar Was In Use American traveling through the Ardennes stopped for cup of coffee at remote inn Sugar was not forth coming and the waitress begged the traveler to be good enough to watt the party at the next table had finished their ot dominoes for which the lumps of sugar duly mark ed with pencil one to double six were serving THE NEW CASH STORE W will beginning January nth continuing until January 26th Inclusive g have a general 8 SEMI CLEARANCE SALE ion all kinds of Clothing We have made it WiaterI tive rule not to stock from seen to Styles change 8easonIcome shopworn rather lose our profit g give you the benefit for we a consider it a valuable advertisement 2 for our store to fi give the Clothing Values that we are offering during ft this Clearance Sale ireduced price does not mean ireduced value We have not space to give prices but 2 we invite you to come to p visit us see the many bargains we have to offer 1 you Dont forget the date IWe take this opportunity 2 gerals trust you may see fit to with us for the year r i 8 Ruptcffrrlly Your Harris f- upoelo Rhodus Co1907i I o oo oleosoli0S0 oi0Uo ot0soo oSe6Yg S An a until game from r 1 o and and Our and 4 o o o o 0 o a nlA of the fonowlngtherecently afforded by an adverUself1CHltto la a Japanese newspaper A famous dancing master announced a religious celebration cf theJ WOUi anniversary of the death of h1l aneeeter wfeo had beea the first la his family to take up Oho teaching ol dancing 1 u- r L er A The Citizen hHNS j BWspapir for all that Is rite true and Interesting I ti fnkUihcd turn Tborafltj at Bma Kj BEREA PUBLISHING CO R Alkert Cook Ph D Editor aad Mgr Subscription Rates rAIABLB IN ADVUJCB IiTnr Jewf- nt Month xr lead money by Iototlice or EiprfM Monet Rcgitttrcd letter cr one and twc- at damps Tit due after year rime ftD libel bowl t- naplat datt i l U it rewaitrMlMtnr nnrcbCT will be gladly supplied 1Ic taotlbe Xccutltnl ptcttini stun U pttalomi t all Mtw subcr4Eer- aaNenttermialuntoaoy who obtains Sew for at Any oat coding ci foot Splloa lonyin reedit The CitlctB trot AAmtUIac nu on aPpUcatJI AtIcan now attach a beheaded 1manshead to the trunk again that h IB unless the man has lost his head j entirely Parlslans wl like a des- ignatingr epithet for everything and I everybody cat tho actresses who ride C ia touring cars wrapped up in automo f bile cow tho littlo bears of the boulevards t 4 We are having tho kind of a win ltcrin which a shrewd husband can n big hit with his wife and at I the same Umo experlenco no personal theskitchen fire t The burning of tho brides toys Is part of tho wedding ceremony In Japan Tho bride lights a torch bridegroomII toys aro destroyed rir When the United States gets that biggest battleship in tho world tho secretary of the navy wants her saucy ship will be a beauty that wiU attract the admiration of tho globe She win la fact be the belle of tho seas The biggest pain in numbers of 1m migrants last year was from Italy nnsslo Greece Turkey and tho ori ont It should not be rashly said that this Is not canso for congratula tion It may bo in the places they came from 4Jbn E Wllkio ofthe secret service la one of tho best amateur magicians In tho country Ho performs wonders with a deck of cards and his alelghtofhttnd maneuvers with coin handkerchiefs and other objects are a source of constant wonder to his ffriendsI An invention of FtauAntoinette Arntzen and exhibited at tho recent consistsiI onance of tho voice by inserting r slim under tho roof of tho mouth making a sort of sounding board Tbo 1 I apparatus Is intended for the uso of orators officers sea captains etc as as for singers ld LAnew company capitalized at G 00000Q has been formed by John D Spreckles Jr William Clayton and Harry U Titus with tho avowed pur pose of building a railroad from San Diego Cal to Yuma Ariz by way nrUclc8fin H San DIdgo and tho official title of tho is tho San Diego dis r4zonaRailway comply t fib In commemoration of the taro fore sight and wisdom and tho Indomitable courage which led William II Sewardi ff then secretary of state to IndUco an I i unwilling congress to purchase Alaska h f for hie country tho citizens of Seattle I VW111 erect a monument to commem the act which has endeared tho 1grandold statesman to tho people of It is planned to com t plete the monument In time for tho 1 AlaskaYukon Pacific exposition which Is to bo held In the summer of 1909 athTheNewZealand International ex x hibition now in progress Is the most 1 1 j Austrnlkt of homainbunllngB Is estimated at f 500000 though tho entire expundt probablyjJwcro invited to exhibit and It is re igretted that American Manufao tarera did not respontt Tho Stand i ard Oil company through its New I ii Zealand representative id the Only American cpncern with an exhibit IJ Work toiwaiting for the person who can do it In Detroit tho y employment agencies aro said to bo fowtt r employment bureau Opened on Do adortlscL torIwages vary i fag from five dollars a month and bonnl for a boy to 50 a week for 1 workers In an electrical shop A Philadelphia minister claims I Adam was a negro but tho claim doesnt seem well founded If ho had been no doubt ho would have Hafted lIe was kicked out of the gadcn on i account of his color iJt AIndiana boy who was Impelled to t toofirJ destined1 to a captain of I dttstry Itnj JJ t ijiI i1I if Jwr j T r tUtPUliiUlJ Arftfiraitmt teuutt in Qflgutti rl 1jnbnr By ARTHUR M WATSON Secretary Carpenters District Council Boston ill EllTAIN organizations of employers who have been unsuccess ful in their efforts to discredit labor organizations to curtail their power and to nullify their efforts to secure better condi lions for the toiling masses who have failed in their campaign of constant litigation and persecution in the courts to disrupt ono single international union are now seeking to create n sen timent in favor of compulsory arbitration Our rights as labor unions proceed from our rights as indi viduals and we contend that our legal rights to sal coPcctiveVy should go as fur as our individual rights Confront d as we are today by immigration unprecedented in istorynnd by tho Wnstanl army of unemployed wo realize that it is folly for individuals to make terms with the great corporations who conduct the most of the bushiesa of the country Collectively we can in some instances succcssf ally combat them Ui Jcr present conditions we are not very liable to extract anything unreasonable from society Very few who work for wages in the cities of the land will ever own their own homes ride in their own carriages or properly educate their children We want all these things which go to make life From whence shall the powdr to compel arbitration plrosmtI the courts Had we tho workers tho same influence in tho bench as those who in this connection we must consider as our adversaries we might consent There are so few decisions on record from the courts favoring our contentions that wo do not wish to add to their louver the gag is being drawn tighter daily to prohibit tho collective action which is our constitutional right True labor disputes aro some times voxutioua to the general public but without strife it ia impossible to secure better conditions and we do not wish to loso one atom of tho rights still ac corded us To sum up the matter Compulsory arbitration might reduce the membership of labor unions to a state which might be called involuntary servitude I can conceive of no practical plan whorcby this can come to pass without giving undue advantage to the propertyowning and privileged classes of the community We must admit that labor is a necessity employers may bo considered as a n ocssary evil We in our desire for better living they in their desire for profits must necessarily clash at times Out of nil these things conies good in the end IDltat JffitzUtattatiAnwrixan rtBy PAUL BOURGET Ftmout French Novelltt and Academician Hatinnal Elntrrlf 1l1 JtfNq IfWfJIffJ That which first strike tho traveler who has heard so much of the American girl is tho ut ter impossibility of dis her from the married woman The fact that is so often com minted on in Europe that she goes about alone and unattended is not the whole cause of tho confusion The similarity goes much farther They wear the same jewels and the same toilets thoy enjoy the sine libertyof laughing and talking they read the salve books they have the some gestures the gins fullblown beauty and thanks to the invention of the chaperon there is not a theater or restaurant party or tea to which they do not go alone and at the Invitation of any man of their acquaintances The younger the chaperon is the batter she is liked The young widow or tho grass widow that is the young wile separated divorced or simply living away from her husband fills the conditions of tho rolo to perfection That ia to say three young girls sitting in xjmpany with three young men and the said chaperon at Dclmonicos or taking tea with another young man are as free as if they had no ono to answer for thorn except themselves Tins habit of governing themselves without control is respon siblo for their remarkable selfassurance i The divorce suits which thd newspapers publish in full prove that this young person had as much good sense as she had beauty For my part and after having studied human conditions closely I believe that for a young man of 20 or 25 the best chances of happiness are to be born of a good English family and to study at Oxford but for a young girl it is to bo born an American with d father who made Jis fortune in mines railways or land speculation and enter New York or Washington society under the wingof excellent aponsora u len for N 1U Sy JOHN AUGUSTUS WALL Preildent Niton l Church tinguishing Can a church or party be organized in Now York city out of the mil lions who have neglected or forsaken tho paths of their fathers religion PI a church so vital in all respects that it will at tract those who have never entered la chiielf door Many people will have many different beliefs and this state of slain will always exist but why can we nbt respect these petty differences wjiqn they stand in the way of progress and at tho samd time organize for mutual inspiration andltelitfulness Arolioiiejt atheists infidel moral ists Spiritualists Jews Christians and E1ic1n1 lturists always to remain ttodds with each other I would like a church or party broad enough to interest and hold all intelligent thinkers whether orthodox or unorthodoxso Jong as they believed in being kind and helpful I want to take the hand of the believer in Darwin Huxley Emerson Paino and Ingcnoll along with the hand of the noble mother whose only faith lain Christianity I want to cement all these various shades of opinion by the divine power of loveto have them all join in singing the songs of a common brotherhood I want a plain commonsense churcha peoples church free of nil superstition hypocrisy dnd dendcctury rulesau institutional indastrial society that shall stnud for tlio greater advancement of civio and ethical knowledge 41 milttahr twcnticfhccntury organization tlmfshduld by Iho holGolden 1 I 1w- l J J + h- SS I to IDEAL TARIFF BilL CRITICS OF THE PRESENT LAW HAVE A DUTY TO PERFORM Those Who Find So Much Faillt With the Tariff at It It Should be Able to Formulate Improvements That Will Meet All Re quirement In all stncorcUy and good faith we call for a tnrttt revision bill at the hands of tho progressive gentlemen who nro so strenuously Insisting upon immediate action by tho dominant party lest through neglect thereof the party that Is In should bo displaced by the party that Is out It tho exigency Is BO pressing as all that and If OB Is claimed there Is Involved in tho oust Ing tariff more of extortion and graft Ulan have been practiced In Ufo Ir surnnco slnco life insurance was Invented then It is up to tho progress tves to como forward forthwith with tho draft of a measure for tho com plcto reform of this terrible tariff In nil conscience they ought not to stand back and wait for somebody else to undertake tho work They being the ones who pick the llawa and find the faults with tho tariff an It Is are the very ones to como promptly to the foreground with n plan of rectification They are tho ones who know how bad things now aro ergo they are the ones to remedy tho condition Governor Cummins should by all means step to tho front Ho knows ho man better what a fearful lustra moot of wrong and oppression tho Dlnglcy tariff Is Naturally ho should bo tbo head of a volunteer tariff commission Governor Guild would ot course be tho vice chairman Who can speak so authoritatively regard Ing tho sufferings of tho bootand shot millionaires of Massachusetts because- of tho atrocious tariff on hides T Mr Foss will naturally have a controlllnj voice In determining what to do In the matters of free raw materials and Canadian reciprocity Congressmen McCall and Ames could help greatly for they are tremendously alivo to the pressing necessity for tariff reform Thoro are others so numerous that space Is too short for mention In do tall who would be of signal usefulness Wo do not Include John Sharp WII Hams Champ Clark and Dourko Cooh ran In Uio category because of tho fear that their presence and cooperation might provo somewhat embarrassing Still they might bo consulted on the quiet for their help wlHbo needed on roll calls later on Tho president of tho Sugar trust n high authority on reduced sugar thrift rates and tho president of tho Tobacco trust always Interested in lower tobacco duties would mak9 excellent members of the commissionThese are purely tcnta tire Ftr bo it from assuming to dictate But wo do feel certain that we offer a valuable hint when wo urge that tho volunteer tariff commission should take shape and activity at the earliest possible moment The coun try Is looking to thd reformers and progressives for the ideal thrift bill Of course they can draft such a bill without tho slightest difficulty Know tag an they do how utterly abomlna blo the present tariff IB It follows necessarily that they know just how to Improve it All they have to do Is to utilize their proficiency as tariff make era and ngrco upon tho bill to bo sub witted to tho house committee on ways and moans No need to walt for an extraordinary session of con grcsa to bo called next spring Less need to wait until 1909 Tho time to act is now Tho volunteer commission can bo called together Inside of three days and onco together wo dont suppose it would take more than three hours for the exports to agree upon n detailed list of tho reductions to bU made In the lilngley schedules So easy it is for those whp have mastered tho tariff in all its Intricacies to do cide as to what should bo done Let tho volunteer tariff commission get together and get to work Tho country wants this question of altered thrift rates settled It wants a bill of particulars b111 that It can read un derstand and admire Delay is repre hensible under existing conditions Wo might iitlinost say Inexcusable Bring on tho ideal tariff reform bill Possibly It would strike congress so favorably that Instead of ten months ordinarily devoted to such matters it would pass both houses In ten minutes Who can to117 At all events tat us have the bill right away Money to Burn Tho ctnrctment of tho Income and in eritanco faxes would Increase Ih6 surplus of 1358000000 and might nako tbo Bum larger than that What would we ilo with that deluge of cash President Arthurs troubles were light compared with tho torments which President Roosevelt would precipitate ubon himself 1F congress should take him at his word and open these streams of revenue which he asks Providing wb adopted and stuck to those proposed taxes what would we be compelled to do with tho tariff and pie internal imposts T Wo might as a preliminary bo called upon to Yarn down all the custom houseu or sell out all the collectors offices Frederick D Grant said a few years ago that it was easier to manage a surplus than a deficit lint ho did not dream of the surplus which President Roosevelt would ono day propose to precipitate upon tho country No clajn yanca Is needed to foretell tint neither the In come nor tho inheritance tax will be jnsctcU tlils winter or next winter or probably wlntcrSt Louis 3Iobo maifaticr t i TJ1D2 r oj u I INDUSTRIAL GROWTH Has Added Enormously to Wealth ol Farmers In a well conceived analysts of the present conditions of national pros perity Richard II Edmonds editor ol tho Manufacturers Record of Baltl more in the Review of Reviews sets forth some astounding figures It is true as tho writer says that to grasp theao figures wo must accustom our selves to think In billions For exam pIe tho number of people engaged in agriculture has Increased from 6000 000 in 1810 to 11500000 In 1905 while in tho samo 35 years the value of farm property In tho United States has advanced from 9000000000 to f2CG70000000 In 1S70 the value of our farm products was Jess than 2 000000000 in 190G this video has reached tho tremendous total of 17 000000000 Says Mr Kdmonds Contrast this striking exhibit of tho prosperity which link como to tho farmers of tho country with tho pov arty at 10 or 1C yearn ago and in doing so bear In mind that this Is only the beginning of what wo may ex poet In farm life In passing through the pioneering period of skimming the cream of our most fertile soil wo car vied our farm production beyond what could bo profitably consumed by this country or for which a proQUiblo market could bo found In Europe Now enormous Industrial growth with its millions of consumers added to Run peon requirements has reversed tho conditions Tho chief cause of agricultural pros parity in tho United States is stated In three words Enormous Industrial growth Ten yearn ago whoa our Industrial growth was suffering from tho blight of tariff revision downward tho value of farm products was not above 3500000000 or onehalf of the valuo In 1900 Ten years ago Amen ran farm property represented a value of but little more than JIO000000000 today tho Valuo stands at fully U1 000000000 Tho foreign demand for our farm products link had relatively little to do with producing these as founding advances In value nllko of products and of properties Far more potent has been tho homo market NOTHING DOING IN THAT LINE Patent Pill IeddlcrAoythlag In my lino today Uncle Sam Pado away Doc forgot IL Del I look like u man who needs dosing What Germany Covets Germany seems to have taken note of tho silence on the tariff In tho presidents message and it has ex pressed somo dliaUsfacllon over tho omission 6f tho question It has re garded as very Important But tit Gorman papers may nut ltavn taker note of tbo fact that during tho last month our exports exceeded those of the same month last year by sumo T22000000 Tho United tales Is doing about nil tho foreign business tthat she could hope to do under tho favorable conditions What Germany Is trying to do Is to keep down her own Imports and nt tho same time extend her exports Germany covets ute position in trade held by this country and thinks In some way or other to reach it through the tariff nut Ocr many needs American agricultural products tho hogs qad the cattle or our farms Without them the German Industrial classes can not have meat enough to satisfy their wants and Without it meat prices In Herman will be out of all range as far as the masses aro concerned Tho United States now has commissioners In Or many studying the tariff question and when thoy return deed mako their rti ports wo shall of course know a great deal more about this subject In the meantime President Roosevelt ro served nil mention of tho tariff Cedai Rapids Republican Should Not Be Necessary Tho defeat of Congressman Me Cleary of Minnesota and Congressman Lacey of Iowa Is being referrer to with great satisfaction by oppo rents ot protection It will not bi dented that those two men wore lead era In congress of tho Republlca party and that their defeat Is great regretted by friends of tho cause the lowell advocated hut they wcr hardly more conspicuous as friends o protection than Was William McKlnle when ho WitH defeated In his Ohio dl trlct on tho same Issue or than wa President Benjamin Harrison when b failed of reelection because of th desire of the people to try a season o tariff rotors It may bonpcessar for history repeat Itself in ordr that the which followed tho di feat of ilckluloy ndIfa risonsba- he learned anew But ft oh lld no be necessary Adrtaulcb Ti- mesc I h BURBANK ON RUM AND TOBACCO +r Plant Wizard Declares they Ufetlt One for Accurate Wdrk fS Luther Burbank the Plant Wizard of Santa Rosa Cal and probably the 1 most famous horticulturist Ui the ccs world has some positive convictions + P on tho rum and tobacco ri From a recent interview with CbnmpoCo r S Andrews published in tho Now York Times of August D covering a whole pogo of that paper wo clip tbo followingayou widely and to bacco Impair tho faculty for VorkH I naked lid replied I If I answered your question by ayl lug that I never use tobacco and also hot in any form and very rarely r either coffee or tell you might say that wan a personal profcrcnco and f proved nothing But I can provo to you most conclusively that oven tho mild use of attmulanu is Incompatible J with work requiring accurate alton lton and definite concentration To assist mo In my work of budding work that is as accurate and exacting as watch making I have a force oftsome 20 men I discharge men this force at tho first shbW of Incom potency Somo time ago my foreman naked mo if I took pains to Inquire into tho personal habits of my moo On being answered in tho negative ho surprised tno by saying that the men I found unablo to do the delicate work of budding Invariably turned out to bo smokers and drinkers These men while able to do tho rough work of farming call budding and other del Icato work puttering and havo to give It up owing to an Inability to concentrate their nerve forco CYan men who smoko ono cigar n day h cannot Intrust with some of my doll cafe work Cigarettes are oven more damaging than cigars and their use by young boys is little short ot erlmA 1 InaiTHE RECOURSE TO DRINK Why Many Workmen Become Victim of Alcoholic Btverages If a laboring man should happen tn lose his Job nnd If as sometimes happens ho searches In vain for weeks 1 or months for another BO that nt last I despair seizes upon him or If la moments of loneliness ho should think ot his future and the entire hopelessness of his condlUon should dawn upon him It then In despair he should tako recourse to drink who Is to blamo for It Is not tho cause for his efforts to drown his sorrows In drink In our economic conditions asks Tho Arena Nobody has a right to judge tile drunkard who Is unablo to read in Ida r soul With the inception of compara tively tow oases of heredity tho drunk ard Is tho victim of economic social conditions and whore tho vice Is one jot heredity tho ancestor was tho vie tlm Sometimes poverty Is tho result ocfhabitual drunkenness but such eases are Individual As a social factor poverty Is a cause of habitual drunk cnnww and It Is tho oauto In probably 00 cases of a hundred Cigarettes Held Responsible lr A Justice of tho supremo court of New York state suited that In the last year that ho was practicing at the bar he had nine office boys in his employ who had been discharged for stealing hostage stamps it having been provedcIn every Instance that tho boys stole stamps in ordor to purchase cigarettes What They Produce Here Is an Illustration of what sa r lama produce In ono corner otOkla thorns a few miles from the Indian tcrritory line there is a saloon which lies come in four years ton mur 4 1 dens 10 assaults with Intent to kill and 81 cases on tho commissioners + docket for the Illegal Introduction of whiskY Into Indian torrltorySo looted Roosevelt on the Saloon Flee saloon business Is not liLa other business It is certainly not ahlinemen which stands well In comparI- son with other occupations The liquor trafflo tends to produce crlm t nallty and lawbreaking to debauchaP I not only tho body social but tho body J politic nlsoTheodnro Roosevelt In A r a magnzluoartlcld several years ago Ruined by Drink George Stanley allan Kavanagh JJot who was hanged at Windsor Canada J lr- AUg 1 luxa letter to the Rev W F i I Parker on Monday preceding the cat Iitying out ot tho sentence of death said I am a poor unfortunate aln = it nor whom drink has ruined Most Foolish Foolishness About the most foolish sort of Ifoolishness in which a man can on ago is to spend Ills dimes aad dot lore for drink Tho only lasting re turns nro rlilncd health lost friends wasted hours and days and nights oC cmorBO Form JournaL f 4 hleves Made by Cigarette Smoking A boy finds it easy to Ho and steal tier tho cigarette habit has fastened pon himaPoor Preservative Awlap man doesnt attempt Ua Preserve his wfadotla alcohol ABRAM CALLED TO BE A BLESSING SwsdayStheolLsssnlsrFeb 101907 lit apeeJahh Prepared frnit raper Dtemorykeno TKXTI will btrti theo And make th name treat und thou tilmlt l U blutlni Oen 12t I 2000UaeHomnary MlUi Hammurabi whoM data U put v CPLACIor rue uhaliltrt the ruing of which called Mufthtlr are now being excvated fromthlAtmAJfAMfl IukeJ3tlSa Ills lirrlag ten 1It 1 Pet I6j cin UIJ 911 4 ltia Children Hen 11111 JtJ 1 Z Go Ilia I Urn 1131Nrllt IlgeeAF7nd AnceftJfas13lia716116hh12titan H1f 212 Mll NClh 87 I IM l1lo1tJI1Comment and Suggestive Thought Tbo real essential anduring ress of tho world is moral nplrituaj TellgtauB This Is progress worth ro cording in tho Dook of God In this progress Abraham stands out on n IjchthoufiO landmark lighted by God and shining down all tbo ages Ho Is tho third of tho representatives of eras In tLo history Adam Noah Abraham Ilia fret namo was AbrAm exalt txl fAlhcr and changed later dn n al ton from God to Abraham father wf a multitude Thd derivation of tho nniiio la unknown Professor Sayco slurs that tbo namo Abrnui Aburamu Uio malted father is found on I early Babylonian contract tablets V L Now tho Lord had sail Omit hAd Am U Tho Lord said first at Ur taco 1131 and now again In llanin where ho was at Uio itotfinnlnR of this chapter Torah Ab lynhiuna father led tho first migration from Ur to Haran nearly COO miles tiorthwcirt up the Euphrates on tie Voad toward Palest in Oct thew out of thy country and from thy kindred Why must ho get uway from theso Influences Ilecauso raly In a now country freo from the TostrnlntA of old customs and old tfrlcndn could tho family and religion of Abraham best develop Unto a land that I will show thee Hero waa another test of his faith And tho difficulty was greatly enhanced by tho fact that ho did not know whoro bo waa going VI I will mako of thco ft great nation Gnat and Rood motives nro involved In this promise 1ersouMly it would compensate for the loss of Ma own country Thus promlso was fulfilled In the Hebrew moo which lias bad ft greater religious Influence than any other and which still exists but more completely In the spiritual soon of Abraham the whole Christian church Gal 3SO So Christ says of Abraham Ho rejoiced to see my day and ho saw It and was Rind John SD6 And 1 will bless thee No earthly good can bo BO great an tho blceslng of God And mako tby name great Known honored loved through oil the centurion and by multitudes qf peo pie ro ono who h really worthy of it it fa n great blessing to bo tho lioro tho example tho ideal of many poopla And thou shall bo a blessing A blessing In thyself nod a source of blessing to others U Is more blessed to give than to receive- V 3 Aud I will bless theta that Woes thee Abrahams cause was to bo BO Identified with Gods cause t that whosoever favored Abraham far ored God and his kingdom So far as thisrtrue us 1 And curse him that curseth thce L Thus la the othor sldo of tim samo promises Abraham In character works and representative position aa tho founder of tho church was so Identified with God that whosoever bated and opposed him hud and op jiocod God Tho good uiun la not g alone Touch him and you touch OodM In hell snail all families of the- earth bo blessed As they have been by tho race ho founded by tho spiritual training of that race by the religious infltienccn and the word of God given through his descendants and most of all by Jesus Christ Uio Messiah who was of Abrahams death Wo too have great nod precious promises la Jesus Christ pf better things and a better country than Abraham bad Great lives are trained by great promises V 4 So Abram departed with all that ho bad V 5 and Into the land of Canaan they camo CaaaanLowlnnds was original ly tho low land on the Mediterranean coast but afterwards included the whole of Palestine to tho Jordan Practical Points Facet one of us Is called to go on a j pilgrimage like Abrahams from sin 1ft and a worldly life to a city which Lath foundations whoso builder and maker Is God a bettor country bat IB a heAveulY Hob 1110 1G We know not at first Just where wo era going when God calls us from tho world to enter Into his service It is always to tho land which ho will show us Lifo and duty and workwlll un fold themselves to us as wo obey Uio call The better country Is heaven ibo eternal homo of Goth children f i fi SAVED BY STRATEGEM Prize Story Written for Detroit Free Press by Wm R Smith Aged 14 And U you tee any Indiana Tide for tho Devila Chimney said Widow Ansolttto her son Jack Just as ho and Mike Flanagan o chief herder wore starling out to find sumo Stray cattleFrank Arnold had como to Colorado eight years before with his wife and six yoar old son but ho was killed dur- Ing tho third year of his residence by a band of wandering Indians leaving Alike in charge of the ranch As Jack and tho herder sot out they had no thought of dancer for Indians had not been soon around for several months Mlko and Jack rodo across tho prairie in search of the cattle and found them In a creek bed five miles from homo Suddenly MIko saw a cloud of dust off to the south and rapidly draving nearer Redo for yor life mo bye flhuro and woll have to lavo the bastes to them haythcns exclaimed Mike as ho whipped bus broncho into a faster tenIll Said Mike run When the savages neared the herd they left seine 20 of their num her to tliticattle and the rest of tho red men came after Jack and MIko at breakneck speed For the first two mites tho herder and his companion seemed to bo leaving their pursuers behind but Jacks pony suddenly sprained Its shoulder by planting its foot into a prairie dogs deserted burrow and a bullet from Mikes rifle soon put tho poor creature out of HH misery Up bohlnt mo bye urged MIko boll have to ride for tb Chimney Tlio herders pony could only go at a trot carrying double weight tho Indiana wore hardly an nights of a mile behind them when they reached their hiding place Ill go first said Mike so I can stlddy you Tho Chimney went down at a alight anglo about a ICO feet Into tho rock and had probably been hollowed out by tho action of water There was Quito n growth of vines and bushes springing from the soul on Uio ledge on tho Inside LIKE A WATER LILY Directions for Making a Pretty Mat Out of Colored Crepe Paper Cut 17 large rounds of colored crepo paper two of tho darkest tint of the color you choose a lotus may bo either blue or rose color two of the next shade two still lighter nnd so on till you hove seven shades in two clr ales of both Then cut three rounds of Urn samo size In white paper Fold Neb circle in four and cut like this pattern open It and you will find Iti Way to Cut and Complete Lily surrounded by points Take then the Ittlo crimping roller used for making jftetry I ay your round on a soft niehlon or OK a shawl folded thickly nut run the crimper up each point Jils will curl the points much roe please Then put tho rounds In tide each other and fasten them tQo rotlier flxlngttliem on A smaller round if cardboard with some strung gum tour mat will then resemble the corn Mete Illy One of Hla Size A little boy went to tho barn to see his father milk the cow After a tow minutes of quiet watching be said When ho had mado several unsuo scssful attempts he solemnly re Lot me try marked J guess I would have to beJioD a air MItt waited long enough to pick tatwo nareat Savagct out of their sad dIes and then started down tho Chem noy by the aid of tho bushes Jack following Suddenly Uio boy lost his hold and fell more than ten feet onto tho ledge where Mtko was standing Jack said tho man hadnt we better duck Into this cave polntlrig to a hole In the rook Jack agreed and started In hut soon scrambled out again Theres a panther In thoro for I saW his eyes ho cried Miko peered in and said Youre right Jackie and Im nttbcr thtukln bo looks ugly As bo spoke they heard a snarl and the sorvago animal jumped toward them but aa they ducked ho flow over their heads and striking tho op polite wall fell with a thud to tho bottom MIko and Jack then cramed into the cave and lay down Boon they heard the Jabbering of Indians and looking up saw them making a fire of osreca stuff and onioko eoon began to fill the Chimney Bogprra exclaimed Mike ntrlpI ping oft his coat tho I I Go First so uu i it as as thrylng to smoke us out This certainty ia tho devils chimney only the smoke la coming down instead of go- Ing up Bthrip off your coat Jack and well fool the sneaks Tho herder and Jack waited in the cavo for about six hours i then the smoke having cleared away they crawled out of tho taro and looked up It wan qulto dark and they saw that the Indians had rolled a hugo rock over the mouth of tho chimney Mike exclaimed Jack there must bo an opening down below or how did tho smoko clear olrt They started to descend and on the bottom they found tho dead body of tho panther They soon found the hole through which the smoke bad passed and by a good deal of squeez ing they got through it onto the side of a cliff After walking along a ledge they reached a path that led to tho top They then caught their pony which had been quietly grazing about and wcro soon off on a trot for homo and woro soon telling of their adven tuna to an anxloua and Interested crowd of neighbors Uhuuu u u uuuuI QUEER LULLABIES Songs for the Sables Are Found In I Every Clime 0 tt Is not given to all classes of song to bo universal Homo countries are rich in one particular style same fit another but wo may safely affirm that tho lullaby Is indigenous to every soil Thero nro mothers and babies in alli lauds and therefore aa a natural se quence wo find tho lulling song or luf laby From China to Peru from Spitz bergen to South Africa motherhood in its primitive form la over ono of tho best sides of complex human na ture Tho little cannibal the embryo fireeater the untutored Alno baby nil turn with ttbmcthlng like a spark of nfffrcUoaitoward the mothers who gave them birth and although we probably find more melody more beau tlful poetic Imagery among the lulla bier of European mothers yet wo must not tall to take Into account tho sincerity of such lines as these which tho Chinese woman chants over her Infant nail snail come out and bo fed Putout thy horns and then thy head And thy mamma will give then mat ton- For thou art doubly dear to me Tire Arab tawny treasure seems to be easiest sent into dreamland with the following bucolic verso Sleep my baby sleep Sleep a slumber hale Sweetly rest tilt morning light My little farmer boy so bright And time llttlo Zulu goes to Hush thee my baby Thy mothers oer the mountain goso There she will dig time JltUo gardeD patch 1 SAmT water stooU fetch from thaflver 1 rJ LEFT EVIL LEGACY MISFORTUNE BANS TREE PLANTED BV BAD MAN Superstitious Mexicans Uelleve Implicitly in Story of Misspent Life and Its Punishment Traoto Deaths Have Been Many Tho tree of Tula and tho true of Sad Night aro known throughout tho world but theta Is a tree in Mexico which has acquired a local reputation some what shady HI Arbbl Maldlto Is said to have been plllDted y n gentleman who bad the mlstortun to be swallowed up by Mother Earth on account of his crimes Ho was known throughout tho country as unhombro muy male Ho never went to mass never confessed his sins nor did he have the imago of a saint In his house wear a rosary around his neck or mako tho sign of the cross as a respectable man should Ho never gave a beggar even a ccntn vlto and when ho mot a padrcclto on removohIsNow it was rumored says Modem Mexico that this gentleman was ro sponslblo for many murders and atrocious crimes of every description but ho was never confined In Jail because It Was known that bo bad a compact with jho devil ao that whenever be Invoked his Majesty ho yas rendered Invisible to the human eye or at least so small that bo could easily escape lie was shunned by all and bo bad neither friends nor relatives nut a peculiar thing about this man was that ho loved tho trees the birds and all the aulnials He planted a great many trees and fed a flock of birds every morning It was many years ago that the event of his departure took place but Is still remembered by the ancient in habitants of the neighborhood Everybody on the Haclcndlta ranch had attended tho religious services of the morning and they Nero returning bomo when a terrific noise was heard They rushed to Uio street where it camo from aQd thero they saw how tbo earth had opened up under tlio feet of that hombro muy malo lie was enveloped by thick flames and smoko and quickly disappeared be neath tho surface of the earth This was considered a Just punish ment in view of tbo situation and every one was exrcedlnly pleased While tho faithful had been attending the services of the church tbo cursed ono had nothing clso to do but place a burning cigarette between the lips oi an Imago on a big crucifix carried ban y altar on tho street It was then that tho convenient cavity opened up nnd bo was engulfed by the earth That very day all the trees which he had planted oiccpt El Arbol Mal dlto dried up and diedand feo did the birds which ho had fed from his own hand An attempt was mado to cut down tho treo that did not dry up but the foolish man who made the attempt dropped dead on stepping un dor tho shadow of tho foliage As none had tho temerity to approach and remove It tho mans body had to bo loft thero to be eaten by time crows mettragic a train who went under It for shade on summer day was bitten by a snake and died In tow hours Three men on different occasions sought shelter from rain under Its branches nnd were struck by lightning- A woman hanging some clothes to dry from the trunk of the troo was attacked by a goat Ulnt camo from nobody knows where and was never see again Three years ago a llttlo boy riding a burro led his animal to the tree Ho was thrown oft and kicked to death The last victim of ibis fatal twas a man by the name of Malqulades shelterlike his predecessors ho was struck by lightning Tho antipathy that the peons havo for this treo is such that they refuse to work in tho fields for half a mile around It Some time ago Garcia proprietor of tho ranch whor El Arbol Maldlto grows resolved to have It blown up With dynamite but no doubt ho has been unable to find ban bravo enough to venturo near tree which shows such symptoms of a haunted life- Chess as a Mind Drill When tho Romans placed over the door of the temple uf Janus Ex Orlenta Lux ct Ludum Bcacclwmm out of the East camq light acid the game of chess they spoke of tlIO two greatest bobests that the storied East bad ever made to the young and ag gressive West tho light of religion nnd the greatest mental achievement of man since he came through Fdens frowning portals monkstndtal soldiery of ChrlBtendom swooping down Ilka a pestilence on tho sunny plalna of time South they chanted A furore Normanorum fibers noa 0 Do mince from tho fury of the worth men deliver us 0 God and returned to chess all that way loft ft noble soul In n vain and turbulent world Chess is the finest mental drjllmas tor the world has over known As a mind trainer It ranks above Greek and dlalestlcs fyt above all Is the cclence of hat- tie lits war without bloodshed it IK Urlfo on equal terms which all tho face loseoaud tb wbiclm tOm tho era die to the grave alt rioitiJ1tyIa sub feet Mate S b fl Ias Berea College 1 I FOR THE ASPIRING YO PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS r Place the BEST EDUCATION b rtnoh of all- Over jlj i 10 Instruetara 1017 stutfcnU keel 27 states 4fi Largest seller library In Ktntuehy Ht SALQIMS i A special teacher for each grade and for wwsk math satject it J many classes that each student can bt placed with ethet like bltas1 e where he can make most rapid progress tlivl Which Department Will You Enter 1t rv TIm MODEL SCHOOLS for those 1ltclYUUtI SMM lectarctt library and general advantages aa for gory advanced fttadtaua Ant metic and the common branches ia the right war Drawl rSinging Bible Handwork Lessons ia Para sad H aeefceld Uanat ti Gent etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for who have finkbed ifta grade fro tions and compound aumberaf Brickwork Para llaaafeaiemt Priat MasagreaLLearn j i ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE t year for tlwhe l1aj 1- f largely finished common branches The most practical aad tstudies to fit a young person for aa honorable useful We line Choice of Studies is offered ia this course so tnt a may secure a diploma ia Agriculture and M youaf Home Science 7G1lialIlACADEMY COMMERCIAL t years to it tor bnriaea J part of this course as fall and winter terms b vey profitable Small + extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three aad Jut courserzwith Latin German Algebra History Science et4 llltisglfr college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Sciemttik aad Ckuskal cents cs with use of laboratories scientific apparatus sad all savdera sneth ode Tbe highest educational standards h NORMAL three and fouryear courses it far tfe prelessiea teaching First year parallel te Btb grade Modes Sckeels eaablet 1CpriDgB true teacher and cover branches necessary fw State certificate PiaaJTheory I course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Qpenfof Days i Berea College is not a moneymaking testitatioa All the atoaq received from students is paid out for their baneVaad the School expends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a yeas more than he pays in This great de6eill sold up by the gifts t supportingit Ire is eider that OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with xjaTCrf regulations to protect the character and reputation J6f the pkr our students come from the best families and ore earnest to ctaweftsdiiaprove For any who may be sick the College proTidee ootOT 1sna3ttortl irlthout extrlcharge All except those with parents in Berea Jiyii i ll B nding and Iassist in work of boarding hall farm and shops reeeltingwaluable train j ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earnsa much as 35 cents SecretaryIbcforo coming secure extra employment so cs to ca1B m lone dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laaadry postage books ete vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate thyawarm wraps an are necessary The Cooperative Store faraisaas boolts toilet articlelnecessary articleat cost Liriag Eneates aro really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging ealyenoughroom rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135a week in washn ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 60 cents in winter School Fees are two First a Dollar DlU as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This pale but once and if returned when the student departs sSecond an Incideatut Fee to help on for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay id3thin far tuition or services of teachersal1clUr instruction Js a xhc Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 4100iI1101leJ Model Schools 000 in courses with Latin and 700 ia Cpllegi U epnrscs Payment wart W le France incidental BaJQ Jt1tbj the 1 term board by the month Installments ate as fplhwi Winter Tern 12 weeklFint f1700 eeilde 1 d4 isoadvance 28 For Tern weeksFirst day 1440 28Hi day 510 advancs2200aThe two terns together paid for ia chance at a reduction ofa250 making only 4900 iLeajer Winter Term 18 weeks First day 20601 8th day t600 66th 600 Uth 540 total 88 1f all in advance 37001excused to leave before of term receive a1Io1aneeim term time There is no refunding of incidental See i It Pays to Stay When you have nada joie and are well 1 started in school it pays to stay as long as possible The FirstDaof winter term is January 3 19071For information er friendly advice write to ita Secretary WILL iBEREA Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT i I Per th AUansta 0 IOR HORSES COWS TOR M 1 NiM R CAST MULES 5HEEPO BCA3T e Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENTw 4 II lit H tM4MrPr 1 Y1 + Y 7 Ii THE OMEIt Rico In Different Forms r Rice Pudding One quart of milk a piece of butter half the size of y an egg one and a half tablespoons of rice two tablespoons of sugar or more if you like it sweeter a pinch of salt and nutmeg to flavor Put all this in an earthenware baking dish and bake until done in a moderate oven Do not time it but bake until the rice is soft and the pudding creamy If th milk boils away moro can bo added as the pudding cooks Do not cook the rice beforehand Put raw in the pudding dish Baked Bananas and fcePIaco in a double kettle two cups of new milk a teaspoonful of butter and a half teaspoonful of salt and let come t a boil Then add graduallystirringa half cup of well warmed rice cover closely and boil half an hour Lay six ripe large bananas in a pie pan pour over them hot water until the bottom of the pan is well covered place them in a good steady oven and bake until soft About fifteen mIn 1 iitoa will do this Take from the oven pour off water if any set back nail dry off five minutes Put a spoonful of the warm boiled rice on a Ilnte I spread out a little and place on the top the baked banana from which th- N skin has just been removed bend the banana into a neat circle on the rite j drop a bit of good butter into the center and carry to the table hot t ITHE SCHOOL I Good Advice for Teachers iromSouthern School Journal you courteous to your pupils f Courtesy is aa great as Mercy contained the Golden Kulo Lets practice it JiAre says The tendency to strive and to persist against difficul distinguishes tho strong man from the weak scold Dont lecture But avoiding monotony let us do our and thereby learn to do other things bettor Either quit grumbling or quit teaching Childrens lives are too proc cious to waste in looking at a grumbler from morning till night is a greater lack of desirable husbands than of educated women 0There with our boys Cant we look after thorn f Is your school room bright and attractive Many times all the ozone i of beauty and culture which the children ever get is absorbed in and from n the school room t Be glad your pupils have minds of their own and teach them to j 2thinkbroadly on all subjects Tell them to think for themselves inde pendently of all other beings on earth Tell me what you read and I will tell you what you are is a trite but true saying My teacher friend if you could see and know tho influ I ence of one good book you would be more careful what your pupils read x You would believe and doe Some one has said Every great and commanding movement in tho i annals of the world is the triumph of enthusiasm Thereat chain that p in some degree binds both teacher and pupils is enthusiasm and if it i should be taken away both willingness and confidence go also Carry with you pleasant face and note the wholesome effect it will have upon the work of your pupils ITEE FARM I Strlppings The heifer you expect to turn into a good dairy cow should never be stunted in growth Breed your cows this winter and spring that they may be fresh between September and Decembert The coats and skins of cows are too generally neglected but it is a f mistake to use a currycomb at a time A calf dropped through the fall months will usually make better growth during the year than a spring calf One night and day exposed in cold wet weather will injure a cow store than ten nights in good quarters can repair No cow will a full flow of milk no matter how well fed if she is inI any wayuncomfortableso see to her comfort I The dairy cows that get out only occasionally and only then to get muddy should be brushed regularly every morning The keeping of cows means retention of soil fertility the raising of maximum crops and prosperity for any farm community I Unless cleanliness is observed in the highest degree we admit hundreds tofuncertainties in the manufacture of dairy products Thecow and the sow are certainly a great combinationthe cow giv ing the milk and the sow and pigs growing on the skim milk Turning out the cows on cold raw days and letting them roam about the fields will beat the farmers out of a good deal of milk Natures law in the work of milk secretion is that the cows will not I give milk in satisfactory or profitable quantities if they are not kept warm The small farm with the small herd is better than a large farm with a large herd cause the small farm will do moro in proportion than theI largeoneAn way to produce milk is in a ventilated stable where the air changes at least once an hour and where in winter the cows can stay twentytwo out of twentyfour hours It seems to be a well established fact despite the danger of keeping an unruly bullthat the sluggish bulldoes not transmit ancestral traits or is not as prepotent as a less amiable one It is a serious results of a bad environment into the I blood of a strain of registeredcattle for it will crop out to throw down the welllaid plain of the breeder when leastexpected As to wintering cows and other live stock provide goodsheltermuch food is burned up within the animal for heat when left to the cold feed regularly give the right amount so that nothing will be slollednnd pro lparethe food in the best manner Journal of Agriculture rii TTSelectSensible Silverware ItFORYOUR Holiday or Anniversary Gifts i A set of triple plated knives and forks makes a sensible present and if they bear this trademark I are as serviceable as they are sensible A complete line of spoons forks and fancy pieces are also made in I the 1847 Rogers Bros brand They are hand lir somely put up in cases for presentation purposes Your dealer can tapplr you Send to the waken for catslogue No Wutratcd UlTIklClTIORlLBtLTXB CO BKXXMW U MERIDEN BIUTANMA CO Herldan Conn TO CONSTRUCT CANAL Oliver It Awarded the Lug Contract White House Announcement Washington Jan 2SIt was om dally announced after a conference at the White House that the contract for building tho Panama canal would be awarded to William J Oliver who lowestethat within tho next 10 days he associates himself with at least two Independent constructors whose skill and experience combined with his 0own shall cover tho entire field of the work to be performed under tho con tract Mr Oliver resides at Knox vllle Tenn- Powerful influences were brought to bear on the president and Secretary advertiseoInsisted that Mr Oliver should be given a reasonable time In which tQ make a satisfactory arrangement to substitute some other contractor or group of contractors to take the place of Mr Bangs SHIP SUBSIDY President Advocates Legislation to Help Trade Washington Jan 24 Tho presi dent sent to congress a message urg ing legislation to help shipping and trade by encouraging the building and running lines of largo and swift steamers to South America and the orient He says the urgent need of this country making an effort to do something like Its shard of its own carrying trade on the ocean was call ed to his attention by the experiences of Secretary Root on his recent South American tour State Aid to steam ship lines the president says is as much a part of the commercial sys tem as the employment of consuls to promote business Tho president says the proposed law which has been dlj cussed in congress Is in no sense ex perlmental but based on the best and most successful precedents as for Instance the recent Cunard contract with the British government The president dlscusies the bill before the committee and says It would surely be discreditable for us to surrender to our commercial rivals the great com merce of the orient the great com merce we should have with South America and even our communication with Hawaii and the Philippines Charges Agalntt Bailey Austin Tex Jan 5The special committees appointed by tho two branches of the state legislature to In vestigate charges preferred against United States Senator Joseph W Bat ley mot in Joint session The session was for the greater part executive While the proceedings were not made public it to believed that the addi tional charges preferred by Represen tatlve Cocke wherein It Is charged that Senator Bailey used his omclal position to manipulate land deals In Indian Territory to his private gain wero considered Because of the grave character of the charges involving the possible violation of a federal statute the committee has decided to limit the range of the Inquiry until more def mite Infonnatloa can be secured Cure For Leprosy Havana Jan 26A commission appointed by the government has report ed that Dr Mattas Duque who is In charge of the hospital for contagious diseases probably haa discovered a cure for leprosy Two lepers were turned over to the doctor several years ago and now these persons have no exterior traces of the disease and are gaining In weight Several other cases are In various stages of improvement Dr Duques expert ments have been along the line of what he terms the red mangrove tree treatment Both Outraged and Murdered El Paso Tex Jan 29ln the arrest at Juarez of Juan Navarro Rega lado a prominent Mexican It Is be lloved that the mystery surrounding tho brutal murder of two young Mex ican women In that city has been solved The two women of a proml neat family wero outraged and chopped to pieces with an ax Deo 11 and were found In their home on one of the principal streets of Juarez several hour later The authorities say the dvldemce against Regalado Is conclu live Abolishes Pension Agsnclts Washington Jan 25 The house voted to abolish all pension agencies throughout the country 18 In number and centralize the payment of pen lIons In the city of Washington This action was taken on the pension ap propriation bill after spirited opposi tion on the part of those having pone lIon agencies In their states The pension appropriation bill carrying 1138000000 In round numbers was passed Chairman Shonts Resigns Washington Jan 24 The White House has announced the resignation of Theodore Shonts as chairman of the Isthmian canal commission the same to take effect not later than March 4 Mr Shonts has been eleted president of the Iaterborough Metro polltan company which controls the rapid transit and many surface lines In New York No announcement was In New York Fatal Fire Lowell Mass Jan 29 K Hyde lost his life and many others had narrow escapee In a fire which partially destroyed a fourstory structure known as the Card building and occu pied by a dozen firms Several per sons were taken from tho thirdstory windows by the firemen and two were rescued while hanging from the coping of the building 1 4 oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoo Eighth Kentucky o Historye e g 0- i Thrilling Story of the dart tlili Oal JO Innt took In the Civil War e oeoeoeoeoe0eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeeCHAPTER The 10th we received the tong looked for order to consolidate the regi meat Into a battalion of five coinpan les General Stanley division rom mandvr Appointed board of officers to examine and decide upon the com missioned line officers qualifications and decide who should bo retained in sontee Tho 15th of December this board met consisting of Ooloncl Walters Ninetieth Ohio Lieutenant Colonel CumminGS Ninetyninth Ohio Cup tain Scrgent Fiftyfirst Ohio and two captains of tho Twentyfourth Ohio This board proceeded to make a sep arate examination of ono bout of each of the ten captains on tactics regu lations guard and picket duty and Ml other military duties Incumbent on a company commander On tho next day the board convened aenln and called for tho following named cap oink Wilson Wright Benson Klloh Ins and Smallwood Colonel Walters added us thus Well gentlemen you ore the five captains we have dE- cIded upon as must efficient and you will therefore remain In command The board then requested Uiat Inch of us write down tho names of five lieu tenants of oath rink as wo wero ac quainted with their circumstances und qualltloatlous to guide them in their selections After considerable hesita tion we each undo out a list without consulting each other and handed them to Colonel Walters and then re tired The board decided that first Lieutenants W Parks Hurklerhodoe Williams N Jones and J Phlpps and Second Lieutenants C Park G W Lewis J S Tyo J Pucket and J Mctiulro should bo retained In serv ice All the other officer Including Colonel Barnes and Major Clark acre by reason of this consolidation dIe charged and etarted for their homes In Kentucky the 23d elf January 1SG4 Captain John Wilson and the men ttu topped Lookout on the 2ith x f Nov ember at the same time received a thirty days furlough and nccompaule the supfymumerarr officers home Ths following are the names of this brave squad Sergeants Joseph Wages Chas Witt Ed Anderson privates Wlllbun Witt and John Gilbert Wo felt sad tt parting with these bravo and genial brother officers with whom we bad been intimately associated for over two years and In that Umo had together braved so tinny dtingerr endured so many hardships and passed so many pleasant hours together and especially did we regret to lose the cheerful company of Major Clerk who on tho evening previous to starting homo attempted to road his farewell address to the rcglmcct at dross pa rode but hla emotions overcome his utterances and tho rending of tho fol lowing farewell address was conclud ed by Adjutant Pork Officers and soldiers of the Eighth Kentucky Voluntoere Thd regi ment having been by the oisuallUes ct the service reduced to less than one half the maximum number prescribed by law is consolidated to a battalion of five companies as provided for In General Orders No SO of the War Department therefore my connection with the regiment and army copses In parting with you I tender you all my sincere thanks for the cordial sup port you have ut all times gfven me both as am adjutant and subsequently major of the regiment My associo ation with you in tho cervjce for over Iwo years has created within mo a brotherly affection for ou which hns been prompted and authorized by your uniform courtesy and klndnens toward me Your wllllngncsa and readiness at all times to obey lawful orders have not only excited my aU mlratlon but the adihltutlon of all your officers with whom you have been connected In the history of this war tho tint word to your dishonor remains to be written The coolness and gallantry you evinced at Snow Hill Dobbins Ferry Stone River Chlcknnuuga and at Lookout Moun bin do not foretell ought of dishonor plan flame that WOuld cloud the bright name the Eighth has won Thorpe who lurtlcl patod In battles for the Untoae re storation both living And dead Will romcmbored honored by the gnatuful and patriotic people as aa tho horrors of this accursed rebel lion remembered and In relinquishing tho command of the hope and believe that you will Captain a Hood and galUnt officer that cooperation which you would have hitherto BO generously extended to me May kid watch over and protect you niltMajor Commanding The writer would to Insert Colonel farewell address but has been unable to procure a arpy But the milers farewell will convey the mid rs mind some idea ot the warn friendship that extatod generally In the command Continued Next Week KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK D RKKKKKKtKkKMKKKKKKKKKKKKK WHO SAID GROCERIES IShe ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 k or called in person and talked on the subject to iWD LOGSDON x you want things at low prices hes the man- S to talk with x 20 pounds Granulated Sugar fioo- v Try a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth 55 J White Rose Flour per Sack 50 g 12 Pint Cups 15 All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before soon S AU orders taken between xo and 3 will be delivered afternoon xl Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Storeaok- Mitk7sitak4is5lRi3sitkklsWItetAsteG J leltkis k itateSs ithaStisle7stfd- 1t4t7ttstyREAL ESTATE Iam Real Estate Agent for prbpcrty in Bcrea and farms in Madison and adjoining counties I have for sale valuable town properties either improved or unimprovedalso business houses and vacant lots- I have an excellent piece of property on Depot street consisting of one good twostory dwelling house unsurpassedforMy vacant lots range in price from Sloo to Goo An excellent farm of sixty acres of good corn and grass land worth much more money which I will sell for 900 I am also in position to sell to southwestern home seekers lands in Indian Territory and Oklahoma Parties who have town property farms moun tain coal or timbered lands will receive bust service and prices if you place your lands for me to sell for you patronageCall JaPa BICKNELL BEREA KENTUCKY a IF YOU WANT CASH For Your Real Estate or BusinesstI CAN GETNo Matter What Your Property is Worth or in What Town City or Territory it is located If I did not have the ability and facilities to sell your property I certainly could not pay forthis advertisement This adllko all my other ads ispracticallysure to place on a number of new properties and I am just as sure to sell theso properties and make enough money in commissions to pay for the cost of these ads and make a good profit besides That is why I have so large a real estate business today Why not put your property among the number that I sell as a result of those ads f I willEnot only be able to sell itsome time but will be able to sell it quickly I am n specialist s quick sales I have the most complete and up todato equipment I have branch offices through out the country and a field force of men to find buyers I do not handle all lines parried by ordinary real estate agents I MUST SELL real es tateand lots of itorgo out of business I can assure youI am not going out of business On the contrary I expect to find at the close of tho year that I have sold twice as many properties as I did the past year but it will first be necessary for mo to list more properties I want to list YOURS and SELL it It doesnt matter whether you havo a farni a home without any land or a business it downt matter what it is worth or whore it is located If you Will fill out the blank of inquiry below and mail it to mo today I will toll you how and why I can quickly convert the property into cash and will give you my complete plan FREE OF CHARGEand terms for handling it The information I will give you will be of groat value to you even lfr you should decide not tosell You had better write today before you forget It If you want to buy any kind of a Farm House or Business in any part of the country tell mo your requirements I will guarantee to fill them promptly and satisfactorily David Pr Taff The Laud Han 415 Kan AY Topeka Kansas If You Want to Sell Fill In Cut Out and Mail Today Ilonce tend without COIL to me n for nailing n cash buy error NY property which consliU of f Town countystalFollowing II R brief description I trLoweitcaih price i- tAddraM r J +r I J w rI U1at c be and long n deplored regiment I give Wilson j be cUd Barnes to V letter If You Want to Buy Fill fo Cut Out and Man Today I desire to buy property corresponding npproilioaUly with the tollowingapeelacatlonn Town or city County elate 1 f Price between 9 and 8 I will pay S dawn and balance S Remarks i V u Name L r Addred 0 0- t I 1 S 0- u 9- JHof SUSIIIYBIft 1 1us PA8SAQB URGED BYPRES 1 DENT AOOSltVELT i STATE AID FOR STEAMSHlPtlNE i Is as Much a Part of CommFrstiif Sys i tarn as Stats Employmen ef Con sub to Promote Builheii Washington Jan 24 ho reel dent Wednesday sent a meiikgdio con grcis calling attontlon to tha 8 de ulrablllty ot enactment of lecl latlo to help American shipping And Ahiorl can trade by encouraging the bulldlnc and running of large and strict foam ers to South America and tHe OMcnt The urgent neat of the country mak- Ing an effort to do something like IU hare of Its mm carrying flame oa th oceita has been called to hlfl atte tloo the president says In striking fash- Ion by tho experiences ot Sec a ary Root on his recent South tner1caa- tour Stato aid to steamship linos the says U ns much a part ol r1the commercial system ot today ni state employment ot consuls to pro Bioto business j The prvSldont says that tho pro jxued law which had been JUcuiscd In cohgrcit U In no aenso erperlrnen tl It Is based on tho best andTpott uccesgful precedents ai for Instdnw I on tho recent Cunard contract with the Brltltb government The President dUcuitN tha ulH BOW Wforo the committee and aAC It would be dltcrcdlUble for na t Kiirrender to our comm rcUl rivals th great co6amerce of the Orient the gr al wmmea woshould Lave with Soul America add oven our communication with Hawaii and tho Philippines The text of themiasage Is as follows t To tbeSanate and Route of Reprwen- tativM I call your attention to the great decirablllly ot enacUng legislation to help AraerlCHn shlppfat and America- trade by encouraging the butldrng an furnishing ot lines ot large and twit teamen to South America and the Orient Tho urgent need of our country making an effort to do something like I Us share of fU own carrying trade on the ocwin has been called to our atten Uon lu striking fashion by the export nce of Secretary Root In his recent south American tour Tho prsjdpttt therefore urges the- fUlottO Ot Ute ship subsidy bill LAW STUDENT ENDS LIFE CoodBy to Mother and Loved Onesi the Message He Lefti Saw York Jan 1WUhln 1 minutes after ho hail registered at tb Grand Unton Hotel Lathrep Smith a student In the law ithool at Columbia University from Knnsau City com mlttal suicidoby shooting ho had not even taken off bis oronxnt txfor- lie fired the shot which crashed throug lils brain No cruse for the net can bo learnes HU fellow students are un able to account for It nnd A message apparently written just boforo he fired the fatal Act was Mother and all ilio loved ones good by Mother soodby + At Columbia It wan saM that Smit has been a student there for Ultra years and was greatly llkpd nail would have graduated this year Smith was a member of one of the I 1 most prominent famlllo In Kansas rCity HIMSELF THROUGH i HEAD r s Crying + I Would Rather Be Dead id Any Time Than Work Savannah nc Jad 24 Bpcause ho preferred death to work Benjamin R Boanley shot himself through tho held while standing at a hotel bar Beaslny had boon drinking with com panion and lamenting the fact that be would have to go to work as his sister had cut off his allowance Sun denly he drew n pistol placed It to his head and crylnr I would rather be dead any time than wart pulled the trigger Physicians say that he s han a slight chanco for recovery Tho young man has never done anything but spend money which was fur nlshod by a wealthy married sister Monday the slater told Boailey that tho would turmoil no moro money Since then he has been tolling life companions that work would kill him Stopped on Brink of Precipice San Juan Jan 211 uptcJnl train conveying Gor Wlnthrop and n nUm- ber of officials and citizen i 61 San Juan to attend the American Railway Corns pinys ccloumtlou of tho railroad con netting Son limn and Ponce was de railed near Qurbnulllai bccausocf a defective truck on one of the cars Tim i conch containing the Governors party topped within six Inches of tho edge of n proclfllco 1400 toot high The gov rnor Jumped from the coach and was hurtI to Death In a Hovel y Milwaukee Wle Jan 2I3oha flenheaf a cooper who lived nlorie y In a hovel was found dead ot starva j1Y tion and exposure Deputy Coroner Gruridmnn U bearchlnfe for 25000 because Tent aaf who Was reputed Wealthy did not believe In banks Two Earthquimv Shocks Kmj Itori Jamaica Jan ITWiBart ciuaXo shocks tHe heaviest since 1 he destructive OBM of Jsnuprysii- i VrVfeflliVre Several s thrown down and three watf iieat alum amcng the people No our hurt li JthAIUn f1USwElLA ALOER DEAD 3TRICKEi WITH FATAL ATTACK OF OEDEMA OF THE Onogrest Adjourned Out of Rieacct te Hit Memory Funeral Will Be Held Saturday Washington Jan 26 Unltod States Senator Russell X Algor of Mltbllan died suddenly at his residence la this city following an acutoattack of oedem tho lungs with which he wuot stricketi Although Senator Alger had not boen In good health for some time his death was most unexpected Thu usualnDuring tbo day ho transacted considerable business and waa at the war department up to a lato hour Ii tho afternoon At the oedsldo when ho passed away were Mrs Algol and their son Captali IF M Algor and wife On Tuesday night Senator Alccr when about to leave the house to attend a dInner giVeR In honor Of William Alden Smith by the Michigan dolegaUon suffered as attack of heart failure but it was only with difficulty that ho was persuade by his doctor to remain at home Senator Alger attended the session of the senate Tuesday afternoon and remained In the chamber unUl about I oclock listening to the debate on the Brownsville affair Ho then retired to the cloakroom with CoL Ransdoll ooh grant aDarmo of the senate nnd Sens tor Warner ot Missouri whero they remained for aomo Urns relatlnz atones of the civil war The news of tho death waa at oats communicated to President Rooseve lateter being the first to ball at the Algol residence to cxprost his sympathy Hi was shortly followed by BeoaLoreloc William Alden SmIth and by Mr Tru man Newborry assistant secretary of the navy and his lifelong friend o Whim the presldent was informed ol Senator Algers death be addressed a note of condolence to Mr Alger and accompanied It with a floral offering atdfamily residence In this city Tho tardy will be taken to Detroit Mich for burialSenator Alger Is survived by his widow and Ave children As a mark of respect to his memory It is ordered that the flags at all roll Itary posts bo displayed at Halt mast on tho day of tho funeral The house of representatives adjourned out of respect to Uiy memory of tho late senator COUSINS WERE SWEETHEARTS As a Result of Parental Objection Both Are Dead resellecousin Gusslo Kllng a beautiful JoW esx 16 years old then killed himself with tho revolver with which Tio had killed the girl Tho murder and sui bornehwas year old brother ot Schwartz Meyer nad Gusslo were sweethearts and because of their relationship their parents had ordered them not to floe each other It Is believed that tho girl went to morninghwas Ibt him avid that bo was then tb turn thepistol on hlntsetf YOUNG GIANT Fatally Shoots His Girl Wife and Kills Hlmsslf New York Jen 25 Enraged be cause his wife 1C years old refused to live with him after three weeks of marriage I I ran Durkahian a young giant of 28 shot her tour times and then killed himself at the eatraaca to her mothers apartments at No 118 Shlppcn street West Hoboken Every bullet took effect and tho girl was carjlod dying to the North Hud son hospital The killing was the outcome of long brooding by Durhablan Ho married tho girl six months ago and after throe weeks of married life his wife left him saying she felt she was too young to be a wife Rescued By Human Life Line Trenton N J Jjin 25 While hun deeds of persons were skating on the Delaware river hero the lee suddenly gave way In one spot carry ny 10 lays into the water Two wore drowned and one is dying from shock and exposure Tim remainder owe their lives to the dating of the heroic rescucra who formed ii human life line and dragged them one by one from the Icy stream City Was Jarred Schenctady N Y Jisn25Aill tinct ynrthquako shock was felt lu this city lu several homes dishes rattled and fell from pantry shelves In one of the dbwhtowu bMco buildings a large pleco of plastering fell No real ly serious damage was done While Writing Offer of Reward Augusta Go Jan iWhllo seated In a newspaper office writing aa offer of reward for the discovery ot lifts murder of his brother Thos H Moore was himself arrested ns the murderer Tie detectives allege tha Thos Mooro killed his brother John la oredcr to get 10000 life Insurance Gutted by Bad Blaze AVashington Jan GTho Academy of Music at Ninth and D streets Northwest was almost completelygut td by lire of unknown origin Be MnnUtt nlace the loss tit 180000 CRUSHED yAUrnc MARRIOTT WHILE GOING fO RECORDTMETWITH ACCIDENT 00 WAS CUT ABOUT HEAD AND FACE the Machine Was Ruined and injuries to Driver Most Painful But Not f Necessarily Fatal I Hotel Ormond Flo Jan 2Glfroc Marriott of Newton Mass came with- In an ace of being instantly killed and tho steamer Bug recognized as Uti fastest thing on wheels was totally destroyed on the OrmondDayton courseIt tho closing event of what up to that time had proved rather a can sallbnlc mooting Tho experience wu such M few ot tho thousands of spect tors who witnessed the same would care to have repeated It was a happen- Ing which sent a thrill of horror run nlng from one end ot tho course to hi other The wonder ot it all Is that Marriott was not Instantly killed Marriott and the Bug had just started on what was his third and what proved to oo his last attempt te lower his one mlle record lie had gone three mlles down tho beach from the starting point In order to get a good start As ho came acroa the mark he was going Hko a veritable whirlwind To all appearances s ho was going well and fast enough to get within the record The front of tbo hood was seen tG rise up slightly and as tho frail craft took a alight bump tho torpcdoshapc car jumped high In tho air the hood opened up like the mouth of an alii gator Hardly p sucond waa the oar In the altand yet ft Jumped along tqr 20 yards That was long enough for the wind to tako and blow the craft sideways making K unmanageable When she struck tho ground the car rolled over several times and then broke apart the boiler going into the water for lame hundred feet the en glne going Inland and the whole pin toning Manoltt to the ground Marriott was picked up and carried Into the clubhouse Here medical at tendon was plentiful Mftrrlot was conscious throughout tho first thing he naked being How Is the car He Boomed to have no tear or anxiety for himself Nevertheless he like the thousand hero were decidedly relieved to hear that no bones were broken He Will severely cut about the head and face some four or five inches of the scalp being torn from his head Ho com plained about hU back troubling him Internal troubles dtfvclope Marriott will unquestionably pull out ol his troubles although the doctors will not give any decided opinion for the next 36 hours AT FULL SPEED Freight Train Went Through an Open SwitchFireman Killed Norfolk Va Jon 2GA wreck oc currod on tho Seaboard Air Lino rail road at Boyklns Va when fast freight train No 21 bound from Portsmouth to Hamlet N C wont through nn open switch and running Into a sld lug was derailed after colliding with freight cars standing on tho siding Fireman Walter Colley of the en gine drawing train No2AI caught under the wreckage and killed En gineer William II Capes of Ports mouth and Brakeman Joo Johnson colored were seriously Injured The wrecked freight train was moving at nearly CO miles an hpur and the en nine was completely burled under the debris A car load of horses just lie bind the engine leaped over Hfdllln all the horses therein Two other carloads of horses next td tho engine camped unhurt RUDOLF KOERNER THE ARTIST Prevented From Killing His Wife by His TwotiUQhtert Yonkers N Y Jan6Intoxicate- ll and In 0 Jealous frcnzjr HuJoll Koerner artist nnd sculptor wjio de signed the laving cup presented to Admiral Dewey upon his return from thb battle of Manila attempted to murder his wife by cutting her throat wIth 1 razor at their cottage In Sherwood Park n suburb of Yonkers Two of the daughters of tho couplf who were in tho adjoining room wore Attracted to thescono of tho encountci by their mothers screams and while ono kept Koernor trout innldnK a fur hef onslauBht on thoAvortinrt by beat ing hlmOIT with n cdnit the other ran out nod sunHnqncd Pollcemnn Lyons who arrested him Shot Teacher andTwo Pupils Blum Tcs JAn 26Aarpu Duncan 14 shot his schoolteacher nnd twc pupils with n shot gun Thu boy had been whipped for throwing spit balls Hclnjinodlntclr rsuilionjc got lilsjiun tradthrough tnb c1jl llibUsB wlunow witifthe nhcc roiltiits Threatens a Revolt Havana Jan CCi Gunda have hoer pent to SantlHfcO do Las Vegas whom Gen Aronclbla Is illfpitting the author Ity of the local oflllnra and has throat ched an uprising Trouble Is said to b Inevitable unli3 the government take prompt action She Didnt Like Him Pottslovrn Pa Jon yJohd L Hart aged 13 ass found hanging Ii tho slaughier house t Stowe herd Hisactisattrlbutedtc a ptavfu remark by a girl companion Uiailh cut not Jlka idol or CPIJPLE MET DEATH ONATRESTL I TOOK A FAREWELL KISS AS THE TRAIN APPROACHED W lody of Man Hurled Into Stream PW6Manrs Remains Found Oo Trestle Projections PhIladelphIa Jan 2SW1th a rare well kiss and a last fond embrace An unknown couple awaited certain death on a traction trestle between Camden and Gloucester City The calmness with which Tjjey stood In front of as oncoming and swltUy moving train wo Vd seem conclusively to prove that a suicide pact existed between them The woman was young pretty richly gowned and wore much Jewelry and diamonds The man also young wan well dressed and evidently refined There was nothing which would lead to their Identification- It was the train from Atlantic City In charge of Motorman John Bruden of 44 Pennsylvania street and Conduc tor James Curtis of 616 Steven street Camden that struck the man and woman The train was somewhat late and It was going at a fairly good rate of speed when the bridge over Newt creek was reached Motorman Burdens first Intimation of the presence of the man and woman was when the headlight of his car revealed thom standing In the middle of the bridge At first they faced the train but while tho horrified motorman looked they turned clasped one another firm iy kissed and then awaited for the ter rlUle Impact which followed a moment later As soon as the train could be stopped the motorman and Conductor ran back Tbo body of the man had been hurled Into the stream and was not recovered The womans remains were found lying on the j projections ol thetrestle work and were takes to the Camden morgue to await identification Coroner Flthlan made a brief examlna tloa and found thl1tlelsku11 had been fractured but there wore no other marks on her body She was apparently about 25 years of ego five feet tall and weighed about 1C5 pounds She was attired In a red plaid suit wore a fur boa and a black velvet hat with long ostrich feather Oh her left hand was a plain gold wed ding ring while about her neck pen dant from a chain was a gold watch on the case of which were the Initials J Co Tho case number Is 2500615 and the works 6446225 She was evi dently a woman of refinement A REMARKABLE CASE Swallowed His Own BraIns Was Verdict of Coroners Jury Decatur III Jan 2SDenth from swallowing his own brains was tho verdIct of the coroners jury at the In quest held over tuo body of George K Thomas tho Illinois Central brake man who was Injured by falling Into the machinery at Ice pumping station near liana Thomas died The caso was tho most peculiar known to stir geonsIn the accident the sphenoid bone at the base of tho skull was broken and the skull fractured In such a way that tho mans barlns wero permitted to oozo down into his mouth Thomas would become unconscious until he swallowed after which he regained causciouncss quickly and would con verso with ease After repeating this process for soy eral hours Thomas brains all oozed out rFELL DEAD In a Telephone Dooth While AboUt to Annouce His Uncles Sudden Death Plttaburg Jan 28Brlco O Welsh a prominent resident of Wllklnsburg fell dead in a telephone booth IB the drug store of E L In Perry yule arcane Welsh had Intended call- Ing lip a relative to notify him of the death of his uncle who fell dead Saturday at his homo In Baden I never felt better in my life This Is flne and Invigorating alrJsnt Itr saId Welsh to the clerk In response to the tatters Inquiry as to his health He then entered the booth and Immediately sank to the floor dead Husband and Wife Took Poison- D8trpit Miclt Jan28 Mr and freT Thomas Thompson were found dead locked in each others arms In their room at 29 Champlain street by the landlady They had committed suicide by taping strychnine Thompson had been out of work for como time and It Is believed that lack of money and the prospect of being evicted drove the man and woman to end thcfr lives Little Is known of the couple here Soldier Kills Comrade Wellington Jan 28A shooting af fray occurred In a roadhouso near Fort Vasljlugtoi an army post 16 miles from here in which Private William S Wirobarger of the 104th Co Coast irtlllrry killed Private Frederick Gos ley of tho 17th Co Coast artillery A Ispiita regarding a woman led to tha shouting Blows His Heat Off Mlllvlllc N J Joti 2SMtcr tele graphing to Morton Van Glitter of Maurice river to como up to IxiCsburi and take charge of the W J d S railroad office Charles E Mason slung his shotgun over his shoulder and Colngto a swamp blew off bla bead Two Killed by Explosion Butler Pa Jan 2SJudll Steele 1Dowail kilted and Richard Campbell ts faUalty injured as the result ofa holier explosion In an oil pumping nsenear Chlcoro A clafective res l later caueedzc explosion s f Ii 0 THROWN INTO FJBE Her Children 1 Pursued But Man Es tapedBurns Are Fatal laducah K1lnl drunken rage Jeff Reeves a farmer living near Pa ducab pushed Mrs Maude Schand igcd 25 years into a grate fire at her home here in sight of her three sons all under 8 years of age Hatless Reeves ran for the open air tbo children pursuing him After bar rowing a hat at a neighboring salon he escaped tearing his victim to burn Co death The woman who fs sepa rated from her husband was visited by Reeves when her sister with whom she lives was away tier children were in a rear room and hearing B quarrel entered in time to see Reeve push their mother into the fire Tho womans clothing ignited and Instantly she was enveloped In flames Throwing herself upon a bed MIL Schand sought in vain to smother the names She was horribly burned when neighbors rushed in The only state went she was able to mako before lapsing into unconsciousness was that Reeves pushed her into the fire TO SELL ASYLUM f And Divide the Site In Building Lots the Plan Proposed Lexington KyAt the meeting of the state board of control for charlti bio Institutions It was agreed that In Its annual report to the governor now being prepared tho be made that tho old Fast Kentucky lunatic asylum here bo abandoned and a new site be located In this County on which now buildings should be erected This asylum was founded 82 years ago and many of the buildings are old and tho institution has grown until it Is cramped for room It is now within the corporato limits of tho city and tho ground is valuable for build Ing lots Members of tho board claIm that tho patients do better when free from the noise of the city and not con tined In cramped quarters ALL CANDIDATES But One Are Entered Fir the PrImary Lexington News Lexington KyTho entries for the democratic primary election to select nomlness for city offices dosedall tho announced candidates paying up excepting Mat Tinker In the asses sors race The mayoralty race closet with John Skaln and J Tevla Wilker son as the candidates For city al torney Wallace Muir nnd George C clerk J E Cassldy city jailer John P Wasner R E Baker city engineer P P ONeill W A Newman assessor John P Doyle and W R Campbell city treasurer John Bain O E Hanna 4 William Klalr the present leglala live has no opposition The primary Is set for February 7 PUPILS Are Driven From School Dy the High WaterThe Ohio Stationary Owensboro Ky After reaching the highest mark since 1884 the Ohio river came to a stand here The water wa s washing over the curbing on street and untold damage would hav resulted had It risen a few inches higher The water in the dressing room at the Grand theater whltih Is on Front street was 36 Inches deep Water also has risen to the depth of 26 inches Iri the Western colored high school School has been suspended Scores ot cellars about town were floodod Preparing To Build Barboursvllle KyThe Lpulsvlll 8c Nashville system Is to es tabllllIuP Ytu uses hjere preliminary to building the Pine Mountain railroad a ii milo line which will be built from tho Cumberland Valley to the Cnoxvlllo division Surveys were made last earTho linnwas design id primarily as a cutftit for facllltat fag the handling pf coal but valuable coal fields will be tapped by the ex- tensIon May Use 011 Georgetown Ky Tho mission oiT W Allan and Linden lateaIr of New York consulting engineers has been a testing of the relative valiio of the oil at the Indian refining jtiant lerq to that of coal The test appears to have been satisfactory and If so It will be recommenced to piipptnnt coal on several largo lines of railroad ROIl water in tho east After ThlrtySx Years IHiIsvlfie KyT L and A EMoti Icy who were Injured 36 YOl In nn accident on the L A N railroad md who compromised by acccptln tee iinnual for Lifo flied suit to recover 10000 from Uli company They base their claihen The Hepburn bill which preycnt th esuince of tree Floated From Owenfeboro Ky rtho water stands wIthIn a foot of the mark of 1884 Eleven houses in the Indiana bottoms opposite Dwensboro havo been floated from their foundations A doublqloi house nearly 100 years old was araqui them i From Forge To Fortune W Benedict I- ItIOO Jblapksmlth ut this place d trodt Io Xotrtnn- tttat t ii leI A Bracken d letti Ian estate of 1000000 and that hii was one nlntlh- P 1I STATE ODDS ADD EN Sllf recommendation MorgancIty representative transportation transportation lrnsaportatldn- Houses Foundations MayfleldfKyrJ retety- eloga DOCTOR FOUGHT ForHi Life With the Burning Girt k Who Died In Agony 1 i Owensboro Ky1IU s Ethel BraJr the 17yearold daughter of Jaraer nelKhborhDPdmet The young woman was standing before an open grato when her dress caught fire and enveloped her In a mans ot flames She ran screaming from ih house Dr Dawson who was passing thee house at the time rushed to her rescue The frightened girl threw her arms about him and It was necessary tot the a doctor to use force before abe released her hold on him He threw her In the mud and rolled her over several times Iq aa effort bextinguish the Barnes In thetussls with the girl the doctors leg wu sprained and he was severely burned The girl died Jn agony la a few hours FLASH LiGHT v is Seared the Bank Robbers Who Ont fSecured Three Hundred Dollars Si CrIttenden Ky Frightened by that I lighting of a lamp In a house across the street bank robbery fledfrom tho Tobacco Growers Deposit bank after having blown the Sato and securing 300 In plain sight was 5000 mores which they left The men first broke Into a flouring mill and secured several sacks of grata which they piled Inlroatot the safe then used n1trogI1 rID the theinteriorthe wakened Dr Brown who f struckjaflash and gate the alarm fleeing at t once with his companions i KENTUCKY BOY CONFESSED To a Part In Bold Highway Robberies In Utica N Y Utica Nl Y Thomas Corbett 19 years old ot Louisville Ky was ar 4 rested hero and confessed thathe aad Howard Eastwood of this city were iIngAll over the city bold highway rob berles have been of nightly rence Eastwood a known thug eraaltsuspected Recently ho was released from jail anti married Tho police wont to his home and after besloglns the place for an hour Eastwood aa I his bride and Corbott came out lUll surrendered DYNAMITE CARTRIDGEi Was JudgeYoung ML Sterling KyrA sensation waslcreated here when a new ctpu cartridge was found on the frpnt stVp leading to tho courthouse within ov few feet ot the grand Jur room where the jury was la sos ion Since Judge Young has been on O1a bench he has Incurred the hatred of the lawless element many of whon havo been convicted before him The finding of tho dynamite In the path the Judge follows every day ot court laejure him or to frlghtenthe from continuing Its work btLexington KyW T Dunntngteek of Farxdville Va the largest exporter ftobacco in this country lain tU city looking over tobacco and baa ea pressed his intention of leaving large r orders wjth tobacco Louses here fee- their best burlcy tobacco foc shlp eal IHollandAugusta Ky President awoo yens of the iC Q estlmatoa 6toIGood damage to this the CJ1ol division at 2 O O 0110lhaSJrlvea 5300 to flood sufferers herd Electric light nnd telephone Bervle e can not bo resumed for several days aa poles of both Were destroyed by IngOogs thetDairyman Suicide Covington Ky Ephralnf Anderson 72 former lal mal of West CovIngtoncomBlltledsulcldobY shoot lug Himself In the btaln Anderso sold his dairy some tlthn ago and Ur ho hall been suffering from cancer ott the throat ho became lespo ident ands decided to end his life PtolfertyOwera Win Frankfort Ky Tho court of ap peals nmrmwl the case of John TraP Iadministrator against B Korteatrock from Kenton county In a suit to torso the payment by the property owners of the cost of street Improve aeLatonia Supplies Exhausted Louisville Ky Nearly all rallroatft are running on schedule time The city authorities have distributed 10Wfr bushels of real The supply kI hauled anti Its a poasequence mantof the Pyertystr ken Rood vletlist on the Point are suffering keculy Babe Burned To Death q t 1arbotlrTlheKy The j 1t aoltda- ughter of UeDU Fu ate xaa fastrned I tqdeath r B fttetalnj jignlted from RU open gratee was seriously bYifned U asettert ti + smother the flames A y Y layololelololololololalolalololololclolololalolololola East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else f iHo e neif airae pabUibed ulHf dined U hit by tin writer The urns 0 f ooaoooooooaooooooloioooooooo rl4 Writ Not All News Letters Printed Almost every week some news letters come to the Cltlten which nre not printed Some of them are NOT SIGNED l r the writer We never print new that Is not signed If you do not went your name printed ear no nndwe wont print 11 but your tialuedut be on your letter Jto The Cltlien Some new letters come from places where we lave few or no pitying lublerlb are There le no ula our printing such news We must print news which Inter eiU thote whopny for their pnpern Thnt only fair isnt UT If you will get us n good list of subscribers from your town we will pay you well for It and print thenew from there Some news come from places when we have lave regular correspondent and It written by ether people If It ti Important we print It If It Unt w- eleavIt out If new it coming regularly from our correipomlent there We Are glad of your Interest but we havent room for everything If thereUa good number of subscribers In your neighborhood and news U not printed often from there write u about It nUll we will try to get you or some oneelse to send unyournew regular ly JACKSON COUNTY iiunYY Jan 25We are having tome very cold weather at this writing Isaac Dow of near Mt Vernon passed thru here Wednesday buying hogs Hutflon and David Powell of Kerby Knob visited their brotherinlaw W M Gabbard Jr Sundry night and at tended County Court at McKee Mon day Green Lalfa of Evergreen took supper with Sltto Angel at Hurley on Sunday night and stayed over night with Joe 1VIl1LumsElmer the little son of David Gabbard who was reported so low with pneumonia is no better Jotin Morris who was fb low with heart trouble Is improving BomewhatMrs Jacob Gabbard Sr who has been on the sick list several days we are glad to say la able to be out again Jacob Morris of Hooten Branch had a barn raising Thursday John Lake a former resident of this place contemplates moving to Horse Lick Creek this spring near his father Jack Lake We will oil be sorry to lose such a good neighbor as John lIen Roberts of near Hooten Creek was the welcome guest of Tommie Angel Wednesday night Married on the 24th inst William Hurley of this place U Klzzle Isaacs of near Egypt s a former student of Bereu College We wish the young couple a happy and prosperous life Mr and Mrs Jacob Morris visited Mr and Mrs John Lake Monday night George McCollum of this place attended the HurleyIsaacs wedding He reports a nice time CLOTER BOTTOM Jan 27Mr and Mrs Marlon Smith have moved to Bereta We are sorry to lose such good neighbors Little Bradley Durham Is very Blck Siamuel Stanltord has moved into the house known as the George Harrison property tMaggle Dunham and little brother Jesse of Sand Gap visited their cousin Maggie Durham of this place who Is sick with spinal disease Llzzjc the sixteen year old daughter of Isaac and Minerva Durham died Moiidti January 21st of spinal dis ease She was tick Just one month Moggie the other daughter is very low and her recovery is doubtful We extend our sympathy to the bereaved nareBts Jc eph Smith is very low with heart disease but Is reported better Alra Henry Leagfelner was here Monday evening on a shopping expedition She ftJrmerty taught the school at this place e EVERGREEN Jan 28Joblo Lake was on Little Clover Bottom Monday buying hogs Amos McCollum has moVed to J R Caliahane on Horse LlckEd Lake gave the young talks a party Satur day night All report a fine time Mr Jobe Morris of Hooten was at Evergreen Sunday George Lake of Indiana is visiting friends oa Horse Lick this week Green Lnko rand Mfcntln Brothers are done makin- gslavesA free singing school will be commeneedat Sycamore next Saturday DUDUIEITCK Jan 28We ore having some very bad weather at present We surely think E E Durhams wooing was the cause James Baker will preach at Pine Grove February aMr Camp Lake had a brier cllplng Saturday r It was for the benefit of his grass He says ho inn almost see his I grass growlBf Uncle Cump says it h I is impossible for the varmints to getaway from him nowMr Judge Lake filled his regular appointmea at Un ion Sundy Miss Oriole Drew was the guest of Miss Stella Sparks SA- turday nlgbtKrs Martha Sparks Ion the sick list Grover Drew has gone to Egypt to echool Wrn Sparks has sold all of his hogs He says he is not going to eat bacon next spring Miss Eugena Carpenter after a three weeks visit with her parents re KfYrHead of hogs Friday lest for 110000 Eggs a huff cents 0wetvoaad Q a dozen at cheeap Jonies on the ridge Belle Sparks was the guest of Ethel Drew Saturday night Jasper Smith I is on the slick list M1DDLEFORK Jan 25We are having plenty of ruin end high tides In this vicinity Mr Wesley Angel and Robert Tussey attended County Court at McKee on Monday Miss Dema Cole vlfited her grandmother Lot ha Tussey Tuesday Misses Della and Minnie Angel were the guests of Misses Sarah J and Dona Angel Sunday Mm Laulna Angel visited her sister Letha Angel Tuesday ohn Summero and fam- Ily visited at Mrs Letha Tusseys on last Sunday EBJa and Wesley Angel made a business trip to Livingston Wednesday Isaac Bowman purchased a fine lot of hogs from Wes Angel an Robert Tussey for 2800 Mr Jofle Morris of Hurley visited relatives at fMlddlefork Monday bet Mr Oaey and Borne Tussey made a flying trip to Carlco Sunday Mr John Lear is having o fine two story house built on his farm Miss Eva Grabt and Is on PellaAngelday morning Miss Fannie Leer who suffered for some three weeks with an abcess of the brain died on the ISlh She has been a member of the Disciples Church for some Jour years She leaves a tether mother four sis ters and many friends to mourn her loss We extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved ones ESTILL COUNTY STATION CANT Jan 26rMas J F Scrlvner spent Sunday night with Mrs Allen Wilson Jnmeft Moore Is on the sick Hut galnJMlss Anna WiUon and bro ther are very much bettor at this writing The Sunday school at Stn Hon Camp is progressing nicely On account of bad roads end high water we scarcely ever have our superin tendent with us Nevertheless where there is a will there Is awuy Mr Homer Arvin was In Irvine Tuesday Little Misses Pearl and Lola Scrlvner were the guests of Mrs C Amyx Tuesday night Mr Anderson Wink Ur died at his home on Crooked creek Sunday morning January 20th He was In his seventyeighth yew The end was expected as he load been In poor health for several ytnr He was laid to rest In the family graveyard He leaves a wife and four chil dren He stood high la the esteem of the people had labored hard andI had accumulated quite a large tract of land and good capital In money WAGERS VHIE Jan 28We are having very cold weather now People who have c- houses would better get to work and fill thorn Mr Billy Wilsons family is very sick with meaasles Mrs Jonah Wagers is on the sick list this week Mr J M Edwards has purchased a farm tour miles from I Stanford for 12000 and will move to it in a few days Miss Ella Parks was called to the bedside of Miss Ida Parks of Klrksvllle lost week The latter Is not expected to live but a few days Mr Willie Kidwell of Kalamazoo Michigan visited relatlevs on Stnllon Damp lost week1lr F M Collins was the guest of R J Scrlvner Sit urday night and Sunday- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY HOONE Jan 28Mr and Mrfl W I Hat field have moved to Pltteburg Mr and Mrs Arthur Quinn will occupy the house vacated by Mr HAtfield tier and Mrs Dave trust are the proud parents of aa tine boy born the 19th aura Nick Ohaateen visited Mr and Mrs B B Choateen last week Solomon Knuckles who has been on the sick list for some lime is able to be out nMrs Martha Dobbs visited Mrs Wm Knuckles last week nocicronu Jan 28We have been having some snow the last few days air Joel Parker and MUs Ida McCollum were married Wednesday January 23 at the home of the bride We all wish them a long and happy lifeIr and Mrs H E Bullen visited Mr and Mrs J M Bullen Sunday Born to Mr and Mrs William Perky on the 9th a fine boy JMiss Mattle JVIcGuIre vis ited Miss Delia Abney of McCracken from Friday till SundayMrs Ida Parker was at Rockford Monday The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Rich died January 28thlr and AlrsJ S Waddle were wt Win picas Monday t CLAY COUNTY BURNING SPRINGS Janr 28 Rev McGlomery filled the pulpit and preached an Interefttng sermon from the text The Wages of Sin 13 Death last Sunday The first month of the winter term closed wtth an enrollment of sixtyeight pupils Maggard McDaniel brought their new mill to town a day or so ago but have not yet suooeeded in setting it up They expect to hire a man who is skilled In the matter of handling engines ma by natural gas there be t 1 ing no boiler to 1U Mr Howard Is now doing business In the old stand of Maggard CoDr Maggird and a posse of hunters went up on Rabbit 11111 the other day and killed nine rab bits to their surprise OWSLEY COUNTY L nOSE Jon 22We ore having some fine weather at this writing We have a new saw mill in the neighborhood Everyone seems to be hustling around J Len te and Miss Mlttle Reynolds were married a few days ago They gave the young folks a axiK and everybody had a good limeJ M Campbell of Boonevllle is moving to Meadow Creekto make hli home there for 8QmeUtooL Leroej of Meadow Creek will move to Winchester soon MADISON COUNTY DIG lULLIJan ISWe are hiving plenty of minMr and Mrs Willie Parks vis ited Mrs Parks parents Mr and Mrs Jeff Roberson last week Jfojhin Oastcel attended court at London lost nday1Mra Char Hurt and two little children spent a few days of last month with her parents Mr and Mrs Burton of Breckenrldgo county On their return Mrs Hurt was very sick but Is able to be out ngoin Mr N D Costoel and son Willie wets in Richmond Thursday Eva and Debbie Baker visited their grandmother Mrs Green Wednesday Mrs Joe Louis of this place who hits been very low with typhoid fever is thought to by some better Mr and Mrs Logsdoa of Borne spent Sunday with thelf son and daughter Mr and Mrs Jim Coylpi Jesse Nealy and Mr Swlnford vis tied Rev and Mrs Ambrose Monday night J F Adams recently pur charcd some nice hogs from Mr Todd Oilman Tad has gone to HamlUoq OEllhu and Due Blnsham spent a few days In Bell county visiting relatives rind friends Esmtr Parker J4 on the sick list this weak Ellhu Blngham is attending school at Beica now Jan 26U68 Stella Abrams who has beta visiting for three woks at1 Mr Bill Curbjs it Kerby Koub has returned home Mlta Mary Curby is Visiting at Mr grant Abrama Mr Younger Norols recently purchased a mule from Mat Gre A at 11500 dim Vcalthers purchased a nice bunch of hogs on Clover Bottom recently Mr Nathan Oastvel and Mr Mat Green made a flying trip to Climax Friday T J McKeehan Is having n new porch built Geo Poff spent Sunday it Mrs Greens Mrs T J Blnglyaro and daughter Sarah are on the sickI List this weekMrs Amanda Is visiting her sap Ebb Brockman bf WaUaoeton Whit GreEn of Lsxlngttfn spent a few dais of lost week wid- his mother Mrs GreenRobert Biker of Hugh entered schnol at Berca College Monday of last weekIHICKORY HLAIN Jan 26 Mrs Bessie Gilbert ofI Speedwell was the guest of her pad eats Mr and Mrs JC Armstrong over Sunday ilr Evoret Adams of Richmond visited relatives here thU weektlr Jim Hendron and wife purchated the RowleUe farm of Ihir teen acres for 77500 and hive recently moved to iu Birdie Mitchell is attending school at Berttt this term Prod Adams 1a lsltlng her slstert Mrs Tlsdalo at Whites Station this J week Lizzie Bundett is expectcU home from her vlflt to I 5xinston Mrs Lizzie Cornellson and children of Bybeetown spent a few days with heir mother Mrs Emily Baker Luthor Maupin stayed over Saturday with his sister Mrs Rattle Ponder at Whites Station Harbor Smith was the guest over Sunday of Luther Maupln Bertha MaupJn who has been visiting the past year with relatives in loom tngton III ins returned to her hove at Whites Stattom Mrs Lizzie Cur nelisont has returned home from tho home of her mother Mrs Sallle Bogle where she hid been very low with ty phold feverPULASKI COUNTY BOMEllSKT I The Citizen wants a good corres pondent In Somerset one who con write plainly spell correctly and get the news If you would like this posl tlon write up this weeks news and sendU to The Citizen Berea Kyt and if It Is satisfactory we will wrl you the term we make with corres I ondents and probably give you the work VALLEY OAK Jan 25The Baptist Church of Flat Lick is greatly revived and benefit ted by the two weeks meetings just closed by Rev A G Coker There were eighteen added to the church The entire ccmmunUy rejoices thmtt the church has called Brother Coker as pust r OHIO NEWS HAMILTON Jan 25We are experiencing quite a sudden change In tile weather Last week we had worm rainy weather this week we have Ice and snowi The Y M C A Sunday Club was given a social Wednesday evening at the home of II V Ohiase Secraljary ot thaY M C AMr 3 i Gab bard has returned from St Louis Jtfo end Is now employed in Hantllon It Is Usouatot that Dr B S lucy of Dover Dalwfll receive a call socxn to the pastorate of the First Baptlat r Church to succeed Dr Vm A Wul do resigned who goca to Cleveland O Messrs James and Meredith Gab bird visited Cincinnati CovlngafU and Newport aitunliy and saw the groat flood in the Onto River during the week reaching slxtyflve fcot Cincinnati Co1n3Wl1I and Newpw were all partly flooded nnd hundreds of people were rendered homeless About forty thousand were without employment during the week The great disaster almost eqaalled the flood of 1884 when the river rose tc a sing of sevenyone toot The cIty voted = 10000 for relieving the suffer- Ing Mliny personal donations Were also raids The recent ftaod bus muted the price of coil to be advanced 1n OlnctnmiU Clnclnnnti uces 35 000 or 40000 gallons of milk dally am the great flood cut down this supply 5000 eaUane tlallyThe ease against Chas F Stevens who murdered WH wife In HunUKon lath shay was tried last week Stevens wua given n life sentence being found guilty of murder In the tlmt degree A two weeks revival mooting will begin wt the United Brethren Tubernaclev Jaaunry 27th Spechl service evtry night ex cept Siturdaya Rev C A Gutrmere pastor NEBRASKA NEWSI- KXINOTUN Jan 2lThe revival meetings now In our town are such in truth The word Is belnng preached In the power of the Holy Spirit and the blessed gos pel Mrs Herrick a widow of this place was burned to death Satur day while cooking Her clothes caught tiro and she was so badly injured that death occurred n few hours later1ra- nd Mrs Bud Ourpentrf lave a fine boy John Busswas In town Monday and said his one hundred and fifty acres of corn yield from forty to fifty bushels per ttcreWe had quite u snow storm in Lexington Stturdiy night and mule everybody run nbout to find shelter N D Hudron and family and W L Nickerson and family were the gums of Mr and The Janus Reeves Sunday Air J A Adams and wife were the guests of Mr j II Winkler list Sunday Ico cutting was begun on Abels pond last week The Ice was about twelvelnqhee thick and uf good quality People here are busy Kiullng OOetsA J Hulbn nays he Is going buck to Old Kentuck soon to see If his best girl has forgrttan how he lookslira LJIllt Spado and Mrs Emma peeves and children will be the guests of Mrs Nappel Tueuday Mr Jim Hudson sprained lute wrist and Is unAble to husk cornA ann prlZejrorbus been offered for best seed tarn exhibited It must be grown In Dawson county A big silo on Tuesday and a big wedding on Wednesday Dome out AJdans and have a jjod time with u- eStudents JOnrnan Containing Brecty ing Evnli And r Triumphs of Btre Students J1 JA- I The following program Is set for the Rhotorlcals class of Division A for tonwrrovr February 1st Answer roll call by quotation pr current event Music Tho Boston Tea Party Jas Lewls General Gage antI the Boston oB Hobart Burnctte Independence Bell Grace Adams The Pall of Que bee Walter OlcWhortcr BIuslo Composition Rufus Wllltamr Talk The Ullway System In the United States Furl Phillips Composition Lillian Iom rd TalkThe Silk Culture in 1I01UtJ1YDetUle1tflOtved or should not ba token away from him for betraying his country Aff Matthew Field Neg Outer Robinson The Alpha Zeta editor got busy this week with the following results Alpha Zeta met aa usual Friday night with Hoffman In his place as Sergeant atArms and President Jnoi JerdCB In the chair The program con sifted of music by the AZ Quartnt and the monthly debate on the quce tlon Resolved ThAt Sun Frunclsm did right In excluding the Japanese from her public scholia It was u Clone rub but the netjitlvo won with two judges decisions Same of the mtlJap politicians claim that the judges were bribed but they are still at large with smiling faces Alpha Zeta expects to use her new room In a few weeks The Librarian gave a very entertaining lecture In upper Chapel last Monday morning on the Bubject Notes on the Development of American Humor According to her quotation trop Holmes there were three or four hundred present to listen to the real librarian the librarians Ideal of the librarian and tho audi incer ideal of the librarian Query HoW many Inures were given then anhowCall Sentiment trite Action Jfa man cant afford to give a girl a diamond ring for a betrothal he can do more than square matters by glr Ing her a very thin plain gold one and saying It was the engagement ring of his grandmother Atchlson Kan Globe I JI I Dr WG BEST DENTIST CITY 1IIONK 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE C FI HANSON LIOJNSEDEKBALMERAND Successor to B 1h Robinson I All nil promptly BttctiJcJ to nlglit end day Telephone Nof heron ICy GET THE BEST Recently Enlarged WITH 25000 New WordsNew Gazetteer of the 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stopped the air fan and there IIUH ebnee that any of tho men In the mine at the time of the explosion are still alive Death of Kentucky Feudist Cincinnati 0 Jan 28After many hairbreadth Escapes and ono duel to tho death us a participant In the Craig Tolliver feud In the mountains of Ken on Craigs house was surrounded by the good Ho had sent his family to the hills and remained to guard his property against river pirates When his son returned to the house he found Craig dead sitting in au armchair at the kitchen window He had apparently been dead for several days C YOU THINK- we are advertising a cheap Fountain Pen to be sold at a high price but you arc MISTAKEN tIts just the other 1 way We are offering to- GIVE YOUe a fine Fountain Pen one that you couldnt buy for less than ilso i alone and i THE CITIZEN one year for only r 150Address The Citizen Berea Ky I Se iiIiARiDENTIST VyOnrhours front H t 4 Iofflreritnnn ltC without lnRompofortne CLOSING OUT SALE Everything be Sold by April1ste PROPERTY SOLD 1 ALREADY Dry Goods and Notions Hats Caps Shoes General Hardware Farming Tools Queensware Tinware Gen eral Merchandise 5000 Worth of Goods MUST CLOSED OUT JrInPrlaiero cottageborne rFray on College Campus Abbeville Ga Jan 28As the re suit of a schoolboy fight at the Georgia Normal college hero W D Cars well was shot and fatally wounded F U Car woll shot and seriously wounded Lamar Carswcll cut with a knife and seriously wounded aad Fletcher McLeod shot and probably fatally wounded A difficulty occurred on tho college campus previously In which young Lamar Carswoll was con siderably used up E L Carswoll his father took exception Jo this had with N1 Carswoll and their soul went to meet the boys who engaged la dim culty and attempted to chastise tkew The boys opened fire on the Carswdte and a fight followed resulting as above Garage Burned New York Jan 2PA loss roughly estimated threequarters of a mil lion Collars resulted from a fire which started just before mldnlgul and NowIavenue ninth street A charging plant for aelectric vehicles recently Installed at great cost by the owners of the gar t age was badly damaged If not ruined and 100 automobiles owned by private parties were rendered worthless Nicholas Vandervoot night watchman In the garage staggered from the building with his clothing afire and gasping for breath He was Mrlettl 1 burned v G i t