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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l I liooooooo 0v xaeso 8 BEREAPUBLISHINliuO O INCOUrOllTKI l Y sYI ooSVol VIII Vivo cents n copy IDEAS Tho fnco of nature IB tho faco of God and must boar expressions that can inlluunco tho unconsciously to 4sus lutoly nbovo fear It is In tho cracks cniunios and gulfy faults of our boliof tho gaps thatare not faith that tho snow of apprehension set tles and tho too of Goorgo Macdonald Do what thou hunt In hand with perfect and simple dignity and feel ing of affection and freedom and justice and to give thyself freedom from nil other thoughts Emperor Antoninus Pius Such as nro thy habitual thoughts such also will bo tho character of thy mind for tho soul is dyed by thoughts AulouimiH Pius FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho farewell banquet given by the Pilgrims in honor of James 1Londonthonow ambassador of Groat to tho United States was n notable English Amoricln ovont tho most prominent members of Govern ment and representatives of English official social and literary lifo taking part Thoro is danger of an outbreak of war in Central America according to word which has reached Washing ton nltho efforts nt arbitration are wing mado In the hope of pro venting trouble Tho British parliament reassem bled February 12 in tho presence of tho king nnd queen with n full state ceremonial Tho reopening has aroused intense interest in Lon don as tho government Intends to immediately Inaugurate measures to chock tin powers of tho house of lordsAccording to n dispatch from Po king tho Chinese authorities with n view to paving the way for constitu tional government have issued in structions to tho various governors v ic roysAnd Tartar generals throughout the Empire to give expression to their views on tho subject i IN OUR OWN COUNTRY An announcement was made last Friday In Now York that John D Rockefeller had given tho General Education Board 32000000 This gift is for tho purposes of general education throughout tho country and is tho largest single prize over handed out for such purposes Mr Rockefeller had previously given tho board 11000000 for the muno work his contributions now amounting to 13000000 Representative Spight of Mississ ippi has introduced a bill in tho House providing that Secretary Shaw shall divide tho cotton tax found n rnong the cotton growing States for use in pensioning Confederate sold lers and their widows In Bpito of the fact that the Ulcers and Harbors Bill ns passed by tho House carries 83000000 it is ox tected that tho Senate will increase it largelyBy of 71 to 24 the lower House of tho Tennessee legislature passel a senate bill providing for tho extension of what is known ns the i Adams prohibition law to tho entire Stale Tho present bill extends tho provisions of that law to all cities of 150000 and less according to tho census of 1000 which moans pro hibitlou throughout the entire state COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Opening of now mines in tho t mountains of Kentucky has caused groat activity in railroad extension and several lines are building tracks into the pow territories Tho L R N is double tracking long portions of several of its brunches Tho Court of Appeals uphold tho Kentucky Antitrust Law in an opin ion aflirming tho judgment of tho Trimble circuit court fining tho Inter national Harvester Company 2000 j for a combination to destroy compo titian Tho Republican State Control Committee moots in Louisville today to fix a datq for a Stato Convention Many loading politicians are ox peeled to attend tho mooting Deep snows in tho oil regions have hindered work on wells in tho Ken tuck producing section and tho of February probably will show up light Only a few strikes havo boon made in tho Wayne nnd ir Wolfe county fields r Practically A great lawyer once declared that whenever iri counsels speech in a witnesses evidence or other document you saw tho word prncUcally you might be perfectly certain that thero was an intention to deceive or as ho put it that thero was a swindle meant e I THECITIznNiBEREA THE HOUSE OF THE SOUL The soul of a man is the man himself the man that loves and hates and thinks tfnd strives the man that does not die The body is the house in which the soul lives while the man wqrld Many people think If I only keep the soul goodand clean it does not matter how the body is kept If a man shows you a pig pen or a cow stable and asks you what sort of creatures there you can tell him without ever seeing the pigs and cows The house itself tells you what sort of animals live in it A decent man will live in a decent house A man with a dirty body is apt to have a dirty Soul A man who has been careless with his body and harmed it is likely to have a a sick soul God wants most of us to have healthy strong finelooking bodies But this will mean work for us We must sleep enough breathe fresh pure air eat the right kind of food and keep ourselves and our clothes furniture dwelling louses and farms clean We must not hurt our bodies with poisons whisky tobac takingdiseaseWhen our bodies are not healthy it is hard to be kind and hopeful We think man is unfriendly and God has forgotten us Sometimes we will get sick in spite of all we can do Then God will help us to be kind and spulsinrejoicing in healthy pleasant homes Keep the house strong clean and beautiful and the man who lives in it will find it much easier to be good and brave Start a Gocd Citizens League airs Ynruin Bonds n Letter to the Statin ruin Iroplr Mayfield Cal Jan 31 1007 Dear Friends For some limo I frlondlylotterterest about this western land I have wondered if I hadn right to take any of tho valuable space of tho Citizen to say simply friendly things and to tell you of my contin yourlivesBut when I camo home from school today I found a letter from Olio of your number that stirred my heart HO that I am no longer in doubt as to what I want to say Tho letter was from W R Knuckles father of T J Knuckled ono of Boroas former pupil I have corresponded with Tom at long intervals and his Inst to ino watt written nearly two years ago I answered it not long since and In response camo this letter from tho father telling me that Tora was killtttflshot for nothingn year ago last August Tho Citizen must have told of it but in some of our movings I had missed that and the news came to mo like n shock Toms letter that I had answered was ono of great interest and had it not been for sickness in our home I should have answered it sooner It told how anxious ho was that his hlghorIdonl8country around how ho himself was grateful for all that Korea had done for him ROIl how ho was trying to livo n good helpful lifo but was often discouraged Now ho has been taken from tho little family depend ont upon him and nil for nothing as tho father says I am sure Mr K willexcuse mo for being personal happenedboforo something is dono about it Nobody from tho outside can come in and make a radical change for the bettor But you mountain men who know all about tho customs that make such tragedies possible you cast start u movement that will change everything I am desperately In earnest I want you to do something nt once Leaguehdreds of you in your homes your school houses your court rooms The majority of you prefer order to lawlessness oUlln life of ROIl safety to ono orrccklessnC8lJ Now lot tho non In each county baud themselves together nnd set about getting a few definite things done First tho carrying of knives nnd guns must bo dono away with So long as a man has a weapon ho Is in danger of doing with it in anger or drink what ho would never do were ho thinking So sentiment must bo created against sucha dangerous practice Tho boys must be taught that it is not manly to bo ready to kill Fathers and mothers can do much by right teaching in their homes But a general concerted action is needed BO that what all of you wisest mon think may bo made to impress itself upon tho public spirit Some public sentiment is bound to prevail You can cause tho best rather than the worst to bocomo tho lawof your mountain land I know that you are scatteredand roads are badso that frequent meet CeaUouedon Eighth raret Young Men in Session in the Capital City The Young Mens Chrlslain Asso claUons of Kentucky will hold two conventions this year In place of the State Convention hKhfno held annual ly but now meeting biennially Tho Central nail Eastern Kentucky Convention will meat at Frankfort Feb roary 2231 and Western Kotueky Convention on April 1214 at Madison vllli in connection with the opening of the new 182000 Aseoclatlon build ing at that plaoe It is repeated that the Frankfort Convention will bo attended by 300 delegates from the city mllrasd Etu dent and county AeatfcfaUons in the state east of Louisville Tho program will be participated In by prominent loaders In tho Aseociition movemcnl in JCentueky end thruout Ute oou tr and includes addresses sail papers by G N DIeroe Dayton 0 President J C Acheson Danville S W McGHI Stato Secretory of TenntSEee Mejqr S W Greene Louisville Dr H B Fuller Diyttm O HE faodge Ter re Haute Ind A W liinson In dkinapollg Ind II P Anderson New York City President F W HlnlU Danville J T Harrodsburg Prof Jamro Watt IloJne Cerea and others Tho various railroads have granted an open rate of one and one third faro for the round trip from all points in tho territory of tin conven tion also from Loulsvlllf Tickets on sale February 22 and 23 good until February 20 A limited deltffMlon of nistore and laymen from points in the territory of the ODnvention where Association work is not organized will be cordially welcomed anti duly acomlltcd jas sore responding delegates of the convention upon making application for cre dentials to Henry E Rosevear State Secretary 817 Fourth Avenue Louis yule Verdict Reached in Welch Case Yesterday tho trial of Samuel E Welch for shooting at McBride with Intent to kill was completed the jury returning a verdict of guilty with penalty of 5500 fine and six months punitcntiary1l1e prominent Bureau should bo charged with such actions but if the facts are as alleged tho result of the trial is an evidence of tho sentiment in Madison county in favor of morality and lawenforcemout and ns such Is a decided victory Tor the best ele ment in the community Feminine Cynicism rrmyiltgtaddlsteagllatorad extraordinary are eltherrcatng on their laurels or preparing for a great winter coup It is now moro than nine days since anything was pronounced deleterious to our health Ladys Pictorial Worlds Consumption of Rubber Somo idea of tho enormous quantity of rubber used every year can bo ob- taIned from tho following necessarily rough estimate of French statistical exports They calculate that the pres ent total annual production of rubber is not less than 67000000 pounds Of this total about 55 per cent comes from South America and Africa and considerably over 45 per cont of tho finished product is consumed In tho United States Germany Is the second largest user of rubbor Chief Contents of This Number IAOI ONE liana Front the Wide World In Uiir Own Country- Couamonwenllh of Kentucky- 1nlltorlnlThe Soul lloime Letter from Mrs Yocumelude le Journal IAOK TWO Horlnt The Holme of n TlioUMiiil Candles Itccrnt Htnte New IAGK TIIUE1J- Keren and Vicinity Collfjo Ilyuu Itfn of W P Flnnerjr rApE roust ComntmiU A IriirnThnt Would Not Have Itten lion iirnlilr Time and tha Hoy Hnve Chanc Amailnc Growth of the Nation g 1olHlcnl ColunynyjQi TlinfinniliiyScliool IonIAOK FIV13 Fnrin and Cnnlrn Tho Children Department PAGE SIX Tho Jlonelireipes fur Cooking The RrhoolWhnt Education Thfl Fnrin What tn do with Old Orchards Eighth Kentucky History llrlef DUpnlclicn Latest Market Itcpurts- 1Aat SKVKN Story Her Valentine New from 1verywhereIAOK Eastern Kentucky Correinondence Who Missed a Knife IJJjst week one of those splendid 7G cenp Tmpper Knives was marled to a new subscriber but before it reached hint the tag wus torn off sO that the aMreea ass lost and tho knife was returned to The citizen office If any owe who wu looking for a knife did not get It he should write to The Cit- Izen office and It he la the righner sort the knife will be sent to him lm tnwltetolyi We sent out a lot of tho kntvM last week BO we oant tell which one missed getting his There are same other people who hate missed knives some who sub scribed for The Citizen some months age but love not paid for it yet Were giving them one moro chance to get a knJrsr they send In money right away they can get the knife It they do not send the money now they will have to pay It 1a arrtor thjc are honest people but they con not get the premium knife that is only for those who pay In advance Some more people who ought to hkve the knife ere missing it Tbey tire the onee whq dont know what a splendid piper tho Qiizen ts and what a great knife The Trapper is You would be doing thorn a favor by telling them about it Show these the premium list on pjge 7 Students Journal Containing ferecsy Notts Corn lag Events And Past Trials and Triumphs of Beret Students at Jt I I The First Tfcglraent of Kings Sons and Daughters orgunUed last year af ter Dr Hubbirds meetings was reorganized last Sunday by Prof Ed wards Great interest was taken in the meeting The Regiment meets again text Sunday at 3 p mln the meeting for all Christian young people of College and town in tho main Chapel Olr Soltau will address the meeting Tho following song composed by a student in the Eighth Gnlde Senior I Is being sung by the hoys from Ows ley county The Owtley County Hill By Chester Gobbanl Oh the Owitley County hulls How tlc how stand eloryWkeIs it any wonder then that my heart with rapture thrills AI stand once more with loved ones On those Ow ley County hill Chorus Oh lime hilli beautiful hills How I love throe Ow ley hills If oer KA or land I roam Still I think of home CountyhllliOh the Owslev Carat hills Whensuiychlldhooilliours wrreriatsed Where I wandered lonely t yYtsnywerethevlslonahrtRht rtatthcfuture naRr OhthbseOwsftyCoimtyhlfl tfreeptsy Oh the Owsley County hilts I mut now In my home beyond the mountain youInlife If my heavenly Father will I shall o vlsfau Of those Owslcy County tills Everot J Burtt who has been a stu dent lu force a valuable worker in installing the College electric light Ing and steam hunting systems and a member ot Alpha Zetn for nearly thro years give a farewell talk of encouragement nnd suggestion to the sect sty laSt Friday night lIe left for Boston Mass on Monday morning where ho has a position with a large firm as a designing engineer Tho bcSpwl8aes of the society and of his wir friends go with him LJ Ia 0oioOSOIOSQ5OUoIOMoIOeo s o 0 11omoney write to The Clt u Izerj for terms to agents L SYOSOROSOSUSOOOoSOYoib5olo f One Dollar a year No 35 1Iif Then Courteous Treatement Fade t pealing and Every Accommodation Consistent with Good Sound Banking ARE THE PRINCIPLES THAT HAVE MADE THE SUCCESS OF TH- EBEREA BANK AND TRUST SCX 1 OUR MANAGEMENT IS CONSERVATIVE OUR t LOANS ARE ALL MADE ADVISEDLY AND ON ABSO LUTELY SOLID SECURITY OUR PAST RECORD SPEAKS FOR ITSELF ON SAFE SUCCESSFUILtBANK ING YOUR ACCOUNT WITH US WILL REOEIVE OUR VERY BEST ATTENTION YOUR BUSINESS SECRETS ARE SACRED WITHr US AND ANY ADVICE OR ASSISTANCE WE CAN GIVE YOU ON BUSINESS MATTERS IS YOURS FOR THE ASKINGsCAPITAL 5000000 1 JJ Moore President W H Porter Cashier oflUI5 BEREA NATIONAL BANK S E WELCH Pros JW FOWLER VoPros Report of the condition of the Heron National stank at Ilcrcn In tile SUite of iontucky at the clone of t Uilnr Jiiiiiitiry 20 1007i I nxsouncss t Loans nnd DiscOunts JDSO 03 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 2 52 United States Bonds to secure circulation 8000 00 Premiums on United States Bondsr ssa 00 Banking house furniture and fixtures 2120 Due from approved reserve agents 0204 12IChecks and other cash items V 1800 20 i Notes nf other national banKs and legal tender notes 2301 00 Fractional paper currency nickels nnd centstQ9 40 Lawful Money Reserve t Specie 1310 50 V tin Bank viz Legaltender notes 1000 00 2310 50 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 400 00 3 1 Total 51834 15 LIAmLiTIESrCapital stock paid in 51810000- Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 317 03 National Bank notes outstanding 2350 00 Individual deposits subject to check 8002 12 Certifiedchecks 82500S Total 61831 15 State of Kentucky County of Madison ss I J L Gay Cashier of the nbovenamedbank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tho best of n knowledge and belief J L Gay Cashier Correct Attest JW Fowler Night Kelly S U Baker Directors Subscribed and sworn to me this 1st day of February 1007 Ohas L Hanson Notary Public NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tersjey Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest to Kentuckians THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Lafpeetm port Which Are Attracting Atten tion Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky Feb nTho Ken tacky nactug commission in session here granted a license to tho now Louisville Jockey club and to tho Douglass Park of Louisville and tho Racing Association at Lexington and to the Latonla Racing association at Louisville Tho meeting was adjourned until Feb 1C when representatives of each track were Invited to be present and dates will fro allotted for tho various meetings Tho following resolution was unan Imously adopted NResolved That It Is tho sense ot the copimlsslon that there was too much racing In Ken tucky during 190b and for the best Interests of racing dates should bo reduced along pertain lines f MURDER AND ARSON Two Crimes Suggested By a Fire In Mayfield Boarding House Mayfield Ky Feb 6 Enough owl donee showing that the unknownman found In the ruins ot a boarding house which burned hero iwas murdered has been secured to warrant a rigid in vestigatlonbr tho authorities A run nor for the boarding hou o said the mans name wits Doyle and that ho came from Indiana to visit a stator In tho country t A hole in the head end a stab in tho breast indicate murder State Fire Marshal Mott Ayrea was summoned from Louisville to investigate Nothing is known asto what part of Indiana tbo Victim camo from Ho arrived in town from Indiana Into in the evening gavo Ills name asDoylo and said he was going to the country to visit a sister who can not be located Only two men were in the house and tho other ono Albert Brown jumped from the second story and broke his skull but Is still alive ANTITRUST LAW STANDS Kentucky Court of Appeals Decides Harvesting Machine Case 4 Frankfort Ky Febt 9Tho Ken 4 tucky court of appeals has sustained k acDettl1l1sscmblYot trusts combines and pools of In terests The decision of tho court was announced in a caseof the Inter national Harvesting Mact ln company t of Amcricd against thocojBnionVvealth 6h appeal from Trimble dllnty In tho lwcr court the company was In dieted on a chargo df fling prices to bo charged by agents f6r harvesting machines It was convicted and a i fine of 200ff entered I Worlds Love of Scartdal A cruel story runs oe wheels and theyrunoudlars + ti IJ v I hc fOnt tot CONt it owc T8 nIeaIlotoM eaFiinl04 bf Ihmtm rfMe anKM n t ltcr Ar1f tw btknay tat s u tiHMce efd flub en u p- tb wrtur Wit Mt f v M et UII IrrN prelldr preNt4 c c De ddit1ar t414 dacd 1ro- la rt Onei dldtea te deGrbV IMOMU f u lunou U well uf r vncto THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND 4 CANlPS rF By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Ailbtr St tat MMH CHABCE OEtOi DAHCSOn tic CopjrlChl IKW br IIfCJYfIUJQ CHAPTER The Will of John Marshall Glenarn t jttpr Arinclng newilot my grandfathers death found mo at Naples la October John 1 Mar h UfGrlUahn bad died In June leaving a wilt which me hla property condllioaUy Dickering xvroti and It was necessary for mo to return Immediately to qualify as legatee It was by tho merest luolc tat tho lottc camo to my bands attl for It had been sent to Constantinople In caro ot the consulgeneral instead of my banker there and It waa not Plckoi Ings fault that Ihoxoaiml waa a friend of mine who kept track ot my wandoi tags and was able to hurry tho executors letter after no to Italy wher I had gone to meet an Bngllsh flnnt cler wbo had I was advised unllmlte money to spend on African railway I am an engineer a Graduate of Dn American InKlitulton familiarly know aa Tho Tech and as my funds woo running low t naturally turned to my profession for employment But this Idler changed my plans and thofollowlnf day I cabled Pick snag ot my departure and was out ward bound oa a steamer for Net York Fourteen dayolalc r I silt In Pickerings oOlcd In tho Alexis Built tag and listened intently while liD road with musk ponderous emphasis the provisions oC my grandfathers will When ho concluded I laughed Pickering was a serious man and 1 was glad to see dial my levity paIned him I had for that matter alway been a source of annoyance tff him and his look of distrust nnd rcbuki did not trouble mo In tho least I reached across tho tablo for the paper and hogno Uio scaled and beribboned copy ot John Marshall Glen arms will into my hands I read It through for myself feeling conscious meanwhile that Pickerings cool glUe was bent inquiringly upon me Thcs are tho paragraphs that Interested mi moat I give and dovlso unto my salt grandson John Glcnarm comotlmo a resdent of tho city nnd stato of Now Tork and later a vagabond of parts unknown a certain property known ai Glenann with tho lands an- dhereditanutthorounto pertaining and hereinafter more particularly do scribed and alt personal elfocte goods and other property that may be located in the prcmlapa and on the land herein described tho said realty lying In tho county ot Wabana In the Htate of Indiana upon this condition faithfully and honestly performed That said John Olonarm shall re main an occupant Ot cald Glenarn House and ofiy lands appurtenant thereto demeaning himself mcafiwhllc tn an orderly and lempcrato manner Should ho tall at any Urea during said year to comply with this provision said property shall at once revert to my general estate shall become without reservation and without necessity for tiny process of law the property absolutely of Marian DororeuKi of the ountyandMatobl New York Wen he demaacd strlfelBg bis bands upon the arautet tine cult what do yotabHPtUr For tho Ilfoot rael could not kelp laughing aplL erowas111 Hit first place a delicious Irony la the tact that I should lcara through him of my grandfathers wishes tvllU re apect to myself Pickering and I had town up la thtf samo town In Von wont wo had attended Uio same pre paratory scbcol but there had been from boyhood a certain antagonism between uaL Ho had always succeeded where I faked which la to pay t must admit that tibhJ aiweeed pr ll rrequently Vfioa I rofuscd to settle clown to iny profession but chono to see something of tho world first Pick ering gavo hlraeelf ecrlously to the law and thcro was I know from tho beginning1 no manner ot chance that he would fall I am not more or tcsslbaa human and I remembered with Joy that once r had thrashed him coundly at tho prep 6Cho61 fortmllyWga smaller boy t hut pur pcoro f om school days was not without tallies on htn side Ho was easily tho better scholar I grant him that and tio was chrcwd and plausible You ill vCr aullo Uncw tUo extent of his powers and rcooarccS und he had I always inahlaJncd tho most amazing 4IIias witness the fact that JoMvMareltall Giolarm tad taken B friendly interest In his rt was wJhQlryllke rny +gfanilRtber who was a man ot many whlmq tithe his Pjckorlngs keep mg and I couldnot complain for ihad mimed roy oyr chance whit Him tt was 1 knew readily enough part of ir y punishment for having succoMiod em o signally In incurring my grand fathers displeasure lLt he had puwtfe it necessary for mo to treat with iVrthur PickerlwjflWliite inatter iifihe wUli acid Ilckerlnjr was cnjoylns the ttuatlon to the full Out there waa eOklBsnot wholly honest Ii roy mlrthrtor my cpaduct Jurlng hfcihree preceding years had a en fcrihcnBlble I had used tRY d rnndtAthesaahahbily AI paeataAl8It when1iwiui a cbUfI Bd hcViicaved fop tao aafur back aa my mcoioqc ran Ho had suffered tuo to spflnd the for tuno left by my father without re straint ho had expected much of mo and I had grievously disappointed him It was his hope that I should devote myself to architecture a profession for whL h ho bad the greatest admiral lion whereas I had Insisted oa engineering I t am not writing an apology for my life and I shall not attempt to cxjtenu ato my conduct In going abroad at tyj o d ot iy bourse ntr Tech and nfaklng Lauranct Donovans ncqualntancevet tins oil with him on a career of ad vcoluro 1 do not regret though pos- sIbly ib would bo moro to my credit if I dId the months spent In leisurely following the Danube cast ot the Iron Gate Lauranco Donovan always with me while wo urged tho villagers and inn hQafesto all manner ot sedition acqulUJnev ourselves so well that when wo came out into the Black sea tar further pleasure Russia did us the honor to keep a spy at our heels I should like for my own satisfaction at least to set down an account of certain affairs In which wo wero con cerned at Bclgrad but without Larrys consent I am not at liberty to do so Nor shall I take Umo hero to describe our travels In Africa though our study ot tho Atlas mountain dwarfs won us honorable mention by tho British Ethnological Society Those wore my yesterdays but today I sat In Arthur Pickerings office In tho towering Alexis Building con cclous of tho muffled roar of Broadway discussing tho terms ot my grandfather Glcnarms will with a man whom I disliked as heartily as it is safe for ono man to disllko another Pickering had asked mo II Question and I was suddenly awaro that his What Do oycs wero fixed upon rao and that hr awaited my answer What do I think ot Itr I repeated I d tInQ tbat ttt makesany dit Ijtereaco ytot I think but Ill tell you If you want to know that I call it in famous outrageous that a man should leave a ridiculous will that sort be hind him Alt the old moneybags who pun up fortunes magnify the 1m portanCo of thorn money They Im aglne that every kindness every ordl nary courtesy shown them is merely a bid for a slice ot tho cake Im dls appointed in my Grandfather Ho was a splendid pld man though Godjmows htftmd hfa queer fnyd Ill bet n thou sand dollars If I have so much money In the world that this ochcmo Is yours Pickering and not hbj It smacks of your ancient vlndlctlvoness and John Marshall Glcnarm had nono of that in his blood That stipulation my rcsldcnco out there is fantastic I dont have to be a lawyer to know that and no doubt I could break the will Ivo a good notion to try it any howTo bo unto You can tit up tho estate for a bait tiorcn years if you llko ho replied coplly He did not look upon mo as likely to becomo a formidable litigant My staying qual tlos had been proved weak long ago as Pickering knell well enough No doubt you would like that 1 answered But Im not going to give you tho pleasure I abide by the terms tiC thea Qncokii Vntloaaan T shant drag his name through thp courts not oven to pleaso you Arthur Pickering I de dared h9Uy The acnllmcnt U worthy of a good- man Gloanriar ho PUut tlilswpraan who Is to succeed to my right I dont aocm to remem her her nov9rhealdThen uhoe rot a connection ot the fatulljWno JocBlost couola whom r ought to rotlclttbcrt HNo Bh was a late acquaintance of your grandfather He met her through f aacld friend wot his Ml J5ta JcHowriias Ststur Theresa Miss oveZ cut is Sister Theresas niece I whistled I had a dim recollection that during my grandfathers long wli owerhood there wero occasional re porta that ho was about to marry The name of Miss Evans had been men toned In this connection I had hoard It spoken ot In my family and not 1 remembered with much klndnesi Lator J beard of her joining a Slater hood and opening a school somcwhct In tho VeiL And Miss Dercreuxis she all elderly nun toot I dont know how elderly she is but she Isnt a nun at present Still shos very much alono In Ute world and she and Sister Theresa are verj IntimatePass tho will again Pickering whllo I mako sure I grasp these divert lug Ideas Sister Tberesi isnt th ono I mustnt marry Is she Its the other ecclesiastical embroidery artist tho ono with the x In her name suggesting the algebra of my vanIsh- Ing OutbjI road aloud this paragraph Provided further that In event said John Glcnarm aforesaid shall marry the said Marian Dovcrcux or In tho event of any promise or con tract of marriage between said per sons within five years from tho dato ol said John Glcnarms acceptance ol tho provisions of this will tho whole estate shall becomo tho property abso lutely ot St Agathas School at An nandale Wabana county Indiana a corporation under tho laws of raid stateFor a touch of comedy commend me to my grandfather I Pickering you always were a wcll meaning fel lowIll turn over to you all my right interest and title In and to these an Welt Yen Think of lU of about cello Sisters Mnrryl I like tho ideal I suppose some ono will try to marry mo for my money Marriage Picker lag fa not embraced In my scheme ol life 1 should hardly call you a marry jug man he observed Perfectly right my friend Sister Theresa was considered a possible match for my grandfather In my youth Im quite out of It with her And the other lady with tho fascina ting algebraic climax to her name she too is Impossible It seems that I cant get the money by marrying her Id better let her take it Shus as poor as tho devil I daro say I Imagine not The Evanses ere a wealthy family in spots and she ought to have somo money of her own If her aunt doesnt coax it out of her for educational schemes And where ou the map aro these lovely creatures to bo found Sister Theresas school adjoins your preserve Miss Devereux has I think sonic ot your own weakness for travel- S ter Theresa Is her nearest rela tive and cho occasionally visits St Agathas thats the school I suppose they embroider altar cloths together and otherwise labor valiantly to bring confusion upon satan and his cohorts Just tho peo plo to pull the wool over the eyes II my grandfather Pickering sullied at my resentment Youd bettor give them a wIde berth they night catch you In their not Slqtar Theresa Is said to have qullqtu winning way She certainly plucked your erandfuther Nuns In spectacles tho gentle edu cators of youth and that sort of thing with u EoodJiaturcd old man for their prey None of them fcr mel l Tahor thought so rouarkjd Pickering and he pulled bin watch frjm his and Burned thq stem with his heavy fingers lib was short thickset and sleek with a square jaw hair already thin awl a closeclipped mustache Ago 1 mentally reflected was not IrrrovlnR himqTO BE COJiTlNUKD ODORS BARBED ABAKT POliCE WHO WORKED FOR SIX HOURS TQ CAPTURE SALOON PATR0NB Only One Was Ablt to Effect an Ea cape Rliky Jumps By Another Mad Many Shudder Springfield 0 Feb 11ner 811 hours of desperate work the forced an entrance Into Patrick Kt hoes saloon at Main and Penh streott and captured 28 loiterer The raid wa sensational and some of the scene i wero thrilling The police did not ac conipllrJi their purposo until after the had battered down flco doors hcavil barred with Iron and then they won forced to call upon tho book and lad der crew of tho Central Engine house for assistance Entrance was finally gained by cutting a bolo through tho roof mid sun prising the loiterers who had gono 1 tho attic to avoid arrest Fully 500 pcoplo gathered about tho saloon and for i time things looked threatening The pollco wero abused and attempt were made to block them in their work but they kept at their task and finally won out In the morning a squad of dotce Urns and patrolmen In charge ot Scr RCant Joseph Crcagcr surrounded the saloon The police were armed with n warrant and when refused admit taboo they went to work on tho outer door with axon and sledges They found their task no easy ono but the door finally gave way Once Inside a rush was made for the bar room but It was deserted The building In which tho saloon Is situ ated Is a threestory brick Tho police started for the second floor and found the doors heavily bored They finally yielded but no one was In sight Their experience on the third floor was tho same Then they started for tho attic The door loading to tits was so heavi ly barred that It would not oven yield to a jack- Tboloitorersstoallt ns began they could and then they wero forced to mako their presence known They were packed so tight In tho oUIa that they almost suffocated They broko open the windows to got air and some crawled out on the roof Thoy hurled all Linda of cplttioU nt the pollco Tho frond was startled by ono fallow Jumping from the top of the building to a telegraph jwle across an eight foot dld walk Ills attempt to escape was discovered by the police bffofo he could descend the vole Tho fallow climbed back and once moro startled tho crowd by springing from the pole to the roof Ho caught told of It and drew himself up The crowd wns given another scare a few moments later when another fellow jumped from one root to another one the latter being very Blunting Many closed their cqrqa thinking that tho man would be killed He managed to hold on crawled atone rntll ha reached another building ami finally made his escape WOMANS NECK BROKEN Struck Down By Unknown Assailant While On Her Way Home Memphis Fob lLMr Mercedes Donovan wife of Eugene V Donovan nn officer of tho Memphis Ore depart moat was felled by an unknown assailant with a blow which broke her neckShe was returning from a shopping tour accompanied by her throeyear old daughter and several other children Ilobbcry was evidently the motive for the attack Tho attack occurred within a short distance of inks Dono vans home In a thickly populated sec lion of tho city Sho died within a short tim- eroeheB Treaty On Arbitration Managua Nlcaraugua Feb 11Adv- ices received hero are to the effect that It was 1rosldcnt Donilla ot lion duras who broko the treaty of Co rlntQ which provides for the arbitra tion of Questions in dispute between the Central American republics and tbat as a result of this the tribunal which was sitting at San Salvador In an endeavor to settle tho differences between Nlcaraugua and Honduras was dissolved Engineer Scalded St Louis Feb lLA westbound passenger train tm tho Wabash rail road was wrecked at Forsytho Junc tion In the outskirts of tho city by n defective frog The engine was over turned and Engineer touts Wlsaman was pinioned underneath and probably fatally scalded The bag ago car was smashed Arsenal Explosion London Fob 11A terrific explo sion wrecked tho chemical research department of the Woolwich arsenal All the windows In the tows wore broken It la bclfeVcd no HTM wore oytThe Cfrlo CondISerous KIUUKUI qityi Feb J1wm Jeffcr son ttspL Vt years old was arrested ond WonllfTeflby FJora My Cjarlc as the negro who brutally assaulted her as Bho was going homo from work Won the Worlds Championship Now Orlcrfns La Fob l1Uallt Charles W Oldrleve claims tho dis tinction of walking tho water trots Cincinnati to New Orleans n dUtancq of 1000 miles lu iO days lacking u minutes thereby winning tho world championship and a bet of 5000 Family Borne Switzerland Fob 11Ate- ttlro family of seven persons per lued Ill a con rrDtlJn at the Mol fcontbal brewery at gtelnUolu Tight pther families narrowly escaped arTcr late STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST r L 4 CAMPING IN DEPOT Tht Mother and Child Walt Five Da In Vain For tho Father Paducah Ky Penniless and thinlY clad Mrs Bathe Crenshaw Is caropli in tho Illinois Codtral rallrosd depot hero patiently waiting for her hua band to arrive front Carbondale 111 less than 100 miles distant She hu been here flvo days her sevenyearo ld son by her side and although tho au thorltles have tailed to locate tho hili band she atlll believes hp has not for sakcn her Mrs Crenshaw came to Padua from Carbondiilo where liar bUll band was employed Ho sent mother and child away promising to como tlll1 next day Sho ran out of funds nnll attaches of tho dopot have furnish food Hut she refused to accept loog lag sleeping on a bench KENTUCKY PIONEER And Father of Urey Wood Ion l Dead In FarAway Kansas Owensboro layNews reached tore et the death of Samuel C Woodaon In a hojpltal In Wichita iron of Innnni tics Incident to old age ho wing nl most 82 years of ago Mr Woodoon Will born at Madtaonvllla Ky May S 7 1S35 He removed to Kvuusvllle ltd at the dose ot tho civil war living there until 1SSI educe which time he bas made hU homo wlUi his oldest sat Samuel C Woodson jr at Calilwe Ran The deceased was also the tA titer ct Mr Urey Woodon Sfcretai of the democratic national commlttu and of Mrs Susie W Couwnyof Was Ington D C Ills wlfo was Mies lb bean Hawthorn of Princeton K She died In Owensboro In 1SS3 TEN MILLIONS Will Be Added to the Stock of Cumberland Telephone Company Hopklnerin lfytt a uxwUln lien of etoc h 4dert ot the Cnmho land Telephone Teiwrapli Co tllla leant tbe home QfRoe of till oeanpaa which la iMorporaUd under lOwttKk laws uiold boflnl of dlreotoni Wall reflected with the racepUon nl Uaxter Jr of Naehvnto who wfei ne ceetori by John W parr ut lAMiirrltk praa4drat of the FldeMy Theft Co The vnoanoy unused by the dmufc or George U Kaox was tilled bjr Ute fIec lion ot W N rMtfwd or KweTo meet the dciaatMls of the rot tl ra bn lReae awl to acquire HP properties an sere se In c ilUl stud frmn 2QOO OM to 30000000 wartse tUortse I FIVE RAILROADERS Residing In a Kentucky Town Killed Within Thirty Days Lexington Ky ClAUd Marshall who was killed In th1eXl1loshm of Ii boiler at Colby Ky was the last or five railroad men ot the little town of Sadlevlllo to bo killed lu railway seal dents In the last 30 days Tito oUtset were Jas Sullivan conductor on thi Ixmleylllc k Fulton railroad Win Sher rltt engineer on the Q I Q railroad Wilt Covington conductor on the Southern Pacific In Oregon and Jas Kaley conductor on tho 0 JL In Ohio Milton Smith Summoned LoulsVIIle Ky President Milton SI Smith of the U N railroad and C A Davies superintendent of the I a U division of tho U N roll road Have been cited by Special Judge F ft Feland of WTenceburar to op pear In the circuit court at Shelbyvlllc Ky February K to show cause It they can why they should not bo pro ceeded against for contempt In not complying with the orders ot the court In maintaining adcquato local passon gar and frclcht train service between Shelbyvlllo fud Chrlstlanburg Death Due To Heart Disease Covlngton Ky Anton Orabcr ngod about US died suddenly nt a local bowl- Ing alloy When tho i ortor George nvln wflnt on duty ho heard n pecul sr noise Going to the room hit found Iraber ou the floor In a dying condo ton and noilflod Dr Nelson Uy the lime the physician arrived Ontbor had lied Coroner W W TanIn was nO ified and held an Inquest He do tared that death was due to heart llaoasc Kentuckyyp0lde t- Lpulavjlle tipTho hotly of Uncle ackson lime who was IOC yearn lId was taken to Brandenburg for iirlal Uncle Jackson yielded to illlty while mi n visit to lib daughter iJcllo Wimp Ho was tho oldeat negh In Kentncky and probably tho states oldest native Ho was tho father of 1 5 children Ills mother died 25 years aGo at the ago ot 110 years Bradley Will Not Run Louisville lyIn a letter to the CourierJournal oxGoy W 0 Bradley reiterates his previous declaration that ho would und could not run for governor Ho says ho has received many letters anent the subject and ex presses hla tsratltude for them Dltltlers To Meet Louisville KyThu Kentucky PI tillers association wilt meet Fehrua H at tho Onlt house U will ho the IIerst session In two years Prcsldcn t Mescnendorf says Important mat icra w t be considered I LETTER WRITTEN By Mrs Shropshire Threatened Her Competitors Who Caused Her Arrest Lexington KyIrs Mary Shrop shire handsome and cultured wife of A P Shropshire the noted breeder of Berkshire hogs at Cent rvite Boer bon county was arrested at Paris oa charges of breech of the peaco and at tempted coercion of extortion County Judge Dennis Dundan fixed her bead at 13500 and she was compelled to sit In his office until 7 oclock before a bondinmn was secured Two yearn ago Mrs Shronshlra sold out a business silO had conducted at Paris and In lees than a dear bought It back paying an advanco of ILS00 Jerry Sullivan and G It Burberry who wore her competitors Mra Shroo shim alleges unduly jiersuadod her to sell and since repurchasing she hut cuffarexl unjust competition As a result silo has made frequent demands on them for money aha al leges she has lit nnd It Is said ad dressed a letter to Sullivan and blur berry demanding 600 oaoh and It la mid thrnateuliin If tho money was not sent her to enforce her tlonundtfI I at tho point of n revolver Financial reverses are thought to hnvo unbal anced hef mind FRAUD INDICTMENTS Have Been Returned Oy Grand Jury Against 399 Voters In Lexington LoslnBton ruy returning CC ad ditional lattletmanUi against persons accused of fraudulent registration the Kayttc COUld grand Jury has placed W nlleipd Illvgul voters of UiU city under IndletiMHL This number coo taste onetwelfUi ot the entire reithi tereil dowJbralle vote last October The names of tits alleged fraudulent voters were turabhed to Ufo grand Jury by Attorney T T Partisan a memo her ot tile adrtntary board of J T VII kaswoB UI defeated caiMlldata for the democratic MOMtBjUton tor raajor DEFIED PARENTS Mountains and Oleetitorms Yoothful Lovers Walked 40 Mlles To Wed WltttMtMrtc layn Hoxton aged 17 years and Cora FtaBHry bars ly U years of ago fled 40 SlIDes un foot arrow the Cumberland and blAde BMHHtalns tkmsoh a Moran of Itttt to 1UliKmOHirc where tkwr were married by Rktttr John V Cralt Sextons love for the girl began la I eehool near Tfleoma Vn Their amoura becamWao pnMMHeed thattthn teaser dltMlMed them It Is sold Their their MreMta sooaiit to take a hand but the young lovers eluded them IaAs He JPropectlYeJttahmond ICy WINUuu Gay ot county procured a license 1 hero marry Mid Sophia GabbonL seed 10 yours daughter of William OAbbard n farmer llvlaic soar tho Ea till county linn As ho wont to thw girls hone whore the ceremony wan to have Joan performed flay ras shot and Instantly killed Tho cause ot UIIkilling Is not given Killed By a Car Newport Ky Ilnndolph Keuscher I I IIneAra hound car going nt a good rnto of spool Ho WaR thrown some distance mill was rendered unconscious ami was taken to his home where Drs tine and Phythlan attended him An xantlnatlon developed that his skull wall fractured I 1JoullIIIIed by tho Krntucky Retail Lumber I calors awoclatlon President L Ni Combs of Lexington hnvlnjcdoclliied Detection was succeeded by C W toark of Oreonvllle George L Tom j Inuon of Winchester was elected vice I IKoehlorDry Districts Darted To ItrewerJFrankfort IiyTlo court of ap said to atrinnlng the case of tho Lev nsloa Uroivlng Co vs tho Common vcntth from IJoyli county decided that n manuracturcr can not sell latox I eating liquor lu a If al option district lHore Thief pwlncavlllD KrPearl Hushfji theItotorious woman horse thief Is in I tie again She stole n horin from I John Broadly amt started throish here sing west Sho was ovcrtikcn an este l and bropaUt bad to tnU paee d George F ruesdell bead Newport KyGeorgo F Trucwlell 72 ono of tho moit prominent oltlen or Campbell county died it his home tear Alexandria Mr Tniewlol had occupied a ninnbcrof lipcrtant pub He posltlnnn und wad a nicbibcr of the tnto constitutional convention sir to Forward L ixln3tonKy The Hrattoal pr the lesson ut Ausuat ASflnjonta famou tumor stud In this cqunty Is the r IIjy JoKorokokororokorokokoaoKok 00 o N And Shaving Material i o o x iIF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A FINE RAZOR j o x Ono that will give entire satisfaction como in and see o 0 N Our Now Assortment X 0 i WE HAVE THEM AT JOO TO 250xIt o I a For those who prefer tho regular style razor and yet have ao I o safety guard attached tho Curly Safety Razor Is tho thing at 250 o oxx Whllu you are purchasing a razor romombor that there aro soy o oxx variety of brands and prices ox 2 of Pocket Knives 2 o primaoiSize wo feel sure that vn have what you want t o ox o J v o- j Porter Drug Co INC j- O I- Prescription Jf I Druggists f x vfkokoltoStoko5to1to7aoK0 o okoROtrotloteottoiso cakottokollo7aokoit II f oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoecI I 0 I o o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o Io r oeoeooeoeoeoe080000ot TAKE HOTICE I All Christian young people of both College and town are earnestly invited to bo present at n mooting I- nlithe College Chapel noxt Sunday eve nlng at 3 oclock to meet Her George Soltau antI plan with him for Christian work in tho revival meetings I Mr Soltau will preach next Sun day morning at thu Union Church and at night at 730 in tho College Chapel Meetings will bo conducted by him at 730 ovary night except Saturday next week in tho College J Chapel Mr nndMrs 031 Ka wl in RH for mer residents of Berea but now of f l aaola spent a few dayvltb Jlrs- awljagV meter Mrs 0 1 Ogg last vreek t i 1 llUs Marina SpurJock is visiting I friends in Paint Lick Miss Bertha Settle gave several of her friende a social lost Friday night J Kelly Hunt has boon suffering l with LaGrippe Jack Henderson who haw boon J working at Corbin la homo for a tow I days y Mifia Graco Cornelius who him i been homo a few weeks has returned to Cincinnati to pursue her studios f Mlaa Ida Lewis In omj1oyedae clerk for Coylo and Miss Laura Sopor who haw been ill for several weeks is now sufficiently recovered to bo out again Litho Veda Robinson who was taken to the Hospital Fridaywith Typhoid fever died Saturday and wMlHtdea fa the Berea Cemetery Sti d yr Mr aad Mm Andrew Sharp of Leuieville wero called hone Saturday by Uw death of Mrs Sharps half Btw Veda Robinson U I The Jar of Coughing IHammer blows tadily ap I break the hardest rock Coughing day afterday Jars I and tears the threat and lungs I until the healthy tissues give way Ayer s Cherry Pectoral stops the coughing and heals I the torn membranes 1 atwyt keep Irate eherry retoral In uhnoe It give enter whenever all c1 It torsit0 al er rendeo kw all shoat ItXU lna4rl atpaavarre- borgnY Ye- dAleoauttaof4Ysu gAscArusta e erJ BHIouaness constlpaUan retard rea ieeverye Gure theM YMN1 PINe l- I i r 1 + ao oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoooeoi Ultra Lucrecia Spurlock who ha been in the Hospital several days i much better and expects to bo ou again in a few days Ulysses Burgess Is in Rlcbmom this week Mr Stanley Kitchen II visiting h father and mother iu Miss Mary Sexton died at he homo last Saturday Mine M A Burgess who arrive in Boron tho first of tho year wil spend two or three months hero vis iting her brother and niece Mr Frank VOHO n building con tractor from Boston Mas is isitinj at Mr Burgesss on Prospect street Mrs Sallie Cornelius is very ill a her homo on Center street yeadiodrsI Robinson where she had mado he homo for a number of years Mrs M C Faville of Norfolk Va arrived Tuesday for an oitende visit with her daughter Miss Esthe and niother Mrs Lewis and he brother Prof 0 D Lewis Miss Nell Burdetio who has bee attending school at Hollins Institute Va canto home Friday because o ill health Tho Porter Drug Company ha moved into its now quarters in thi brick building just being completed It ia a beautiful room and if tin bank looks as well when completed the new building will bo quite own mental to tho village Tho Lyceum Committee has bee almost overwhelmed with congratu latious on the success of the concor given by tho Ernest Gamble part last Saturday night Every ono wb- went was delighted and those wh- didnt go were kicking themselvei afterward for being their own foes as tho Lyceum Committee thai warned them Tho committee hop it may be possible to have thi Gamble party again nod year Prof Ralnoa recital of Macbeth on Marcl 11 cloeee the Lyceum Course for thi term Coiumerclnl Club tcelliie The Commercial Club met tae Friday night The constitution and bylaws were adopted The follow lug officers wore elected President W H Porter- I Vice Pros 0 H Burdelte II Vice Pres J W Stephens III Vice Pres J L Gay Secretary M L Spink Treasurer R H Chrisman They also elected ten trustees Dr Davis E T Fish C 0 RhodiiB Josiah Burdetto and H 0 WolfwerE elected for two years and C F Han son J M Early J P Bicknell Dr Best and F M Livengood werE elected to serve one year ThE meeting adjourned to meet agait Wednesday night Evil of Self Love The root of all discontent Is tell lova CUike h 1 ss oeoeooloI College Items II HERE AND THERE o 0 eoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoCcorgo arrived today to enter school Mr Onborne and Pro I Dinsmoro wore In Richmond a couple of days the first of this week on court duty Mrs Perry and daughter who have been visiting tho family of ProC Edwards the past week returned to their homo at Lcipaic Ohio Tuesday Frazier Word and his friend Mr Snyder arrived Tuesday to enter schoolMr and Mrs Gambia gave a re caption for tho Gamble Concert Company after tho concert Saturday nightMiss Henrietta Goodman led the Y W C A Sunday night tho sub ject being Missions in Africa President and lMrs Frost will return to Berca Saturday night Secretary Gamble has received letter from Curtis Hudson who is attending Medical College at Rich mond Va Ills address is 017 N 10th St He 8SIfMywork is go- Ing on hero You may be pleased to know that I think that I have a perlect quiz mark thus far I like tho work very well and hope that I shall ho able to come out near tho top I miss Boroa and all my friends there of course but I am making a few friends here Berea fools more like home though I hear that Berea is running over agiu this year I say lot tho good work go on for Berea has done much for me at d I that she will con tinue to prosper Miss Browns school has l moved from tho Industrial Buildin to one of tho houses near tho Chapel Mrs Putnam is able to meet her classes again after an attack of lit e Grippe Dr Thompson preached at Sun day night Chapel Rev Geo Soltau preaches in Chapel noxt Sunday night at 730 w Last Thursday February 7thaI little daughter came to tho homo ol Mr and Mrs Lindsley Sho is 1 named Margaret iSLife of W P Flanery- Tr J Flanery has returned from Owsley county where ho was sura monod by a telegram announcing the JaneryWcounty Vnt Juno 23 1824 He moved to Owsley county Kentucky in 1840 Ho died Feb 3 1007 f aged 83 years and 0 days His first wife Susan Spivoy was tuotben t of six children of whom four are living and two deadHis second wife Jane Williams preceded him Co tho land of shadows ono year ago r Sho was the mother of four children all living except ono Mr Flanery was a man of unusual I prominence in the communitywhere ho lived and was universally os ofrpeace a years was among his friends and 1 neighbors who referred to him in all pointsiaffairs i Ho united with the Disciples church about eight years before his death nnd was baptized by tho Rev Mr Ball who also officiated at the funeral His remains were laid to rest at tho old family burying ground at the forks of Buck creek Owsloy 1 county Feb 5 1007 attended by many friends and relatives t Persian Gulf InoJ compllshment as that of the Israelites- of old for they are expected to further tho Interests of theIr compatrl oU maintain tho prestige of their i country and right the wrong with Insufficient authority upon tho spot and but little hopo from homo Dlackwoods Magazine TIIT YOUR NKiniiuoits It wo Know of a good thing nnd there 1 Ii enough tot nil we ought to share It- JoUlo great revival meetings held each winter In the OlIe o there la always enough for everybody- but tho news is sometimes slow In got tins around Many people linn moved Into Bears since laet winter Some who were here a year ogo did not attend and GO did not learn how help ful the meoilngo were Now let every body who has received a blessing in the meetings la previous years TELL HIS NEIGHBORS Tell them that I Tim 9te llng will begin Sunday Frl 17 Rev tinorge Kollnti of Clilrngo will lend- TiteMeetingewlll bo held In the College Clinpel lllrvcior Rigor will lint charge of the Music Salesmen Wanted to look after our interest in Madison and adjacent counties Salary or Commission Address The Harvey OJ Co Cleveland Ohio Public Sale As I am so situated that I have to break up housekeeping I will on Kntunlnjr l branrjr S3 1007 On Uie promises offered for sale to tho highest bidder my house and lot in Klrksville Madison county Ky This Is a desirable piece of property consisting of a substantial two story brick house with 6 rooms summer kitchen ami pantryall in good re pair with beautiful front ynrd pod hottio lot rich garden with good out buildings and a neverfalling cistern of the bert water Up high above any nularla In a good quiet neighborhood No whiskey of any kind sold in or around Klrksville Tho people ol Klrksville and for miles around it can not be excelled for quietness sobri ety and Christianity It has tour churches Presbyterian Methodist Dn Ust and Christian and Is a thriv bankgdo one hornless and saddlo fchop two blacksmith shops two undertakers two doctors ono butcher shop large general merchandise stores i good public school In the village TERMS Onethird cash one third Jan 1 190S onethird Jan 1 1909 with 6 per cent from date W A ANDERSON- W P PREWITT Auctioneer Editor Quick on the Trigger Pendleton Ore Feb 1lJohn P McManus editor of the Pilot Rock Record shot and killed Robert Estes rambler In a saloon yesterday after loon No motive is known to exist or the shooting as the men were not icqoainted It is presumed McManus ook Estes for another man whom tho dltor believed had robbed him last week Rejected Suitors Awful Revenge Ponca Neb Feb TFrank Frink i farmer nijod thirty shot and killed hiss Bessie Newton daughter of a prominent citizen and then sent abul et Into his own body lie Is not expected to recover Miss Newton was o have been married tonight to Ed ward ODonnell of this city Frink was a rejected suitorMale Tho averace man Is still jealous of his helpmeet and partner His ideal at heart Is still tho farmyard cock strutting about with all his worship ful hens around him Ho Is willing to find them nice little bits but they must not bo able to find them for themselves Saturday Review Key In a Safe Place They had been to Coney Island Now they lingered on tho doorstep Ho waited There seemed nothing much to say He had known her only a short time Whom Is the key ho asked mbI can open tho door she murmured But wheros the keyr he persisted Well If you must know tho key Isand she grew confused Well If youd go own gId Hnd the keyt she added with a brave attempt at a smile He took the hint N Y Press Whats In a Name Tho name Chicago Is derived from shogogong the locative of the word she gog meaning skunk The Potta watomles must have been gifted with second sight when Packlngtown was named J t kKKkkKKkltKKkKkKkkkkKKkaat IiWHO SAID GROCERIES She ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 or have called in person and talked on the subject to I W D LOGSDON When you want good things at lovf prices hes the man to talk with 20 pounds Granulated Sugar H kioo Try a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth 55 White Rose Flour per Sack 50 12 Pint CupsIt It 15 All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before noon All orders taken between 10 and 3 will be Wlvtre afternoon V Logsdonts r UptoDctc Grocery P StorekM714Neit3 R S t j r 0o+o+o+oto+o+o+o +o+o+o+ootO+o3o +O+O+O +O+O+O+OlO+03 1- BI3REA t 3 I if BANK AND TRUST COe I I CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS IOOQOoo t I REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENTi lTrust1and sells town and farm proporty on a commission 1 o We have listed for sale tho most desirable Blue ollJyI t 1 farms in Madison and adjoining counties Fine + lots in tho town of Berea for prices ranging from 100 too0 1000 Also a number of the best residences It is our o 0 to fill thd wants of each individual If you want to 1 0buy a call will pay you + t Those having property to sell will do well to list the t I same with us and it will bo disposed of in a most satisth0o 0tory manner at the highest market price without + i on your part r TRUST DEPARTMENT d 0 The Trust Department is prepared to take entire or 1 i atoo I t o propertyoo o We are also qualified to act as executors of estates to jI receive and administer trust funds act as guardians and i administrators examine and 0+ approve titles o INSURANCE DEPAR INIENTp Ijo We write aU kinds of fire tornado life and accident t 1 u insurance imtho best and strongest companies 0 1 Fire insurance is BO cheap that you cant afford to go o fwitbout it If you are not insured or are not carrying t I 0enough to fully protect you dont delay another minute ti1 Q see us at once + 0 t o toJ J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier tI+0+o+0+o+o+o+0+0+o+o+o+o+0a+o+o+o+o+obo+o+o+o+0o+ KokokOkokokokokokokokokoROkoKokokokokoK0k0kokgKOkoa j 1Io 0 K o WHEN YOU WANT oiIt It0 GROCERIESo 0 I IItGOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED j xc x TO ANY PLACE IN TOWN x oroyo Best Canned Corn per can 050 x It 0 It 0 NAVEN AGENT FORJ D Richardson x- 0ltoltoroltoteostoltostoltolROROleckokoltokokoaokokoKokosR of n V oIltOIlt oeooeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoooeoeoooo 0 i IT PAYS TO BUY ANOTHER 1 4 SUIT NOW I o o CHANGE OF DRESS IS A GOOD THING AND a AN EXTRA SUIT OR TWO BREAKS THE xxo IMONOTONY OF ONES DRESS f tl THE NEW CASH STOREt + will beginning JanuaryJixath and until 17thave D Clothingt r We have made it a fOIl l tive rule not to carry over i 4 stock from season to season aI J Styles change goods be o IA come shopworn Wed el rather lose our profit and give you the benefit for we x fil 0i1vertlsement t give the Clothing Values that we are offering during J this Clearance Sale Our tts J reduced price does not I reduced value We meanInot space to give pii ij we invite you to come to i 1bargains iJWeto thank you for lib eralpatronage for xgotiand o JI trust you may see fit to divide with us for the year 1907 ii IctulattyHarris Rhodus Co f 1 0 040e0O04G404040040 0040040404004000eR04 French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing orlossLargest Establishment in Kentucky Our prices are very reasonable s Gentlemen Suit 91 SO Cleaned and PrpMotl Ladle Suit 180 cud upt Skirts flOO UI v I Expressage paid one way on 300 Worthoffrworkibqfli ways on 500 or more Correspondence THE PARIS DRYCLEANING COMPANY t362204 Pike Street a r CovtaateaXyaJ t 1 C w I l 1 +r it v T u- o a ftJrajSjlml v fYl n = j iiThe Citizen k OhBrtj aavapp r for all that la rlvht 4s trim and Intarastlnt Tmkltah td Tti7 ntindjr atkrd Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO eaiktrt Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates MTABUC IN ADVANCE ssvtuntha w f Mouth 33 ttadminty by rodoffice or Bxprtu Money order Draft RcgUttrtd letter or sac and two nlcUmpTt dtn 011 me en label shows t- Mat Ute your subscription lo paid U It tt uo i within tbrc wttU after renewal fctlfjuMbitce nnmbera will be gladly supplied If wi notified anlUVtnl tern girth to soy who obtalna newt for UL Any one coding ui foul SPtlOUS tau recdee The Causes froone year- Meertl4ne rata oa application J Hungary bas a cabinet crisis and the members havo resigned It seems hard for that particular diet to agree with anybody Ono trouble with tho seismographs is that they never do any recording until It is too lato to get trout under tho falling walls The Savannah Press says It pays now to ship eggs 13000 miles Yes and It would also pay to ship some of them farther than that It Is presumed that the Countess Jean do Castcllano In publishing fam fly memoirs will make no allusion to her illustrious brotherinlaw Bonl Gen Sir Ian Hamilton who may succeed Lord Kitchener as command i erln chief in India has been wounded In almost every action in which ho hat been At Port Republic N J It Is an nounced the entire male population has sworn off smoking Perhaps the Bremen could be Induced to swum off lslsoaThe way to meet trouble says an eastern paper is to walk right up to It and biff It between tho eyes Hut what if she has a rolling pln in her Land J c Cooking stoves are little used in Scotland where the cooking is done over an open grate fro Scottish housewives are not easily induced to UEO ranges Tht widow of a Carnegie horo who nsed the thousand dollars to lopo with ti marrIed man is no moro undeserving than some widows who aro on Undo Hams pension rolls In Boston the law provides that a woman who wears a lownecked dross ran be arrested and fined But try to think for a moment of tho things that would happen to the judge who dki tho fining Mr Carneglo says ho would give a mat sum of money for ten years more of life Evidently that little spelling avfonn disappointment has not soured lads opinion of existence as a general proposition It Is said that a thousand women aro preparing to start an Adamless Eden colony in Texas Hero is a coJUtnCO for some enterprising nursery man with a stock of fig saplings on Land IANew York court has decided that A cast Iron sandwich chained to a table ia not a meal And yet there aro xyalcs who persist in denying that the law Is occasionally enlivened by bril liant flashes of ordinary horse sense What a coldblooded murderer the average novelist is Whenever a character becomes an inconvenience in tho symmetrical development of a plot I that character Is provided with an warty grave and many garlands of Rowers from mourning friends Poland Is the most procperoua portion of the ltusslan empire Twenty Sour percent of tho population Ilvo In iowns whereas in the rest of Russia Jui percentage Is only 13 Thirty years ago only 27000 workers wore deployed in the factories and work la Poland while now 250000 persons ere employed The population of tho d country Is the densest in Europe be lag 30 per square mile having more thaetCublcd In tho last 30 years Jedowsky who is reckoned the t most wonderful living pianist from tho ictet of view of technique is married essd teas a delightful little daughter 1ztwhom many quaint stories aretold Once she was asked by her mother Why do you pack away your toys so carefully 1 am going to save them Jer my children answered the little jfrL Out suppose you should never have say children continued Mrs Gel Iltky Oh then Ill give them te wjr grandchildren was tho unex peeled reply vrbe czar Is golBK to build himself 4i sew bombproof palace The Little fathcc is not going to depend alto w her for security oa the filial dovo ftea of hla children lock up not down By steadily flckteB up you may keep posted on vegetablesiE Jt to said that King dward may riifet the United States Me will be very elcoman4io will sea a lot of jixu2cs neJa was here lust i o A tart SHjat 3imtU Nut 1lttU 18mt ijnitnrubtr By GEN CHARLES K DARLING mT may Ix too much fo say that the pcncte Avliich prevailed Iw twcm thin country niul the kingdom of Spain for NFO nmnj yoara of disorder and bloodshed maintained in Cuba nl out von doors was uMiBhonorablo pence It may be soil bow over Ibnt it came at last lo bn an unwise peace andwas broker bj what had become a nccowary war President JleKinloj strongly averse as bo was to wdr be cause ho had been a soldier himself and know tbo horrors of war dwlnro tho condition of Spanish misrule in Cuba to be intolerable ItIDI inlolcraltlo to the United Stales bccauic this country could not longer cndurb the apcctanlo of blood andilot little moro than outside of our national thnKhold The insurrection in Cuba clearly was boyonO the power of tbe Spanish government to suppress It was tho Inloat of a largo number of insurrec tious and it was amended by more than Iho usunl atrooif ins In the war vi111 Spniu the United Stale did not tight it ia true in defense of its own life 1c it did in 1HG1 j nor did thn United Stnto lijht- in the war with Spain in defence of any such principle as inspired the war of American iijdepflndenca This country in 1308 went to war Cot tlio sake of pence Iho American people fell that lie time hOlt nrrfvnl when as President McKinley hllho condition in Cuba wore Fntnlcrabln It was our duty to put an end to tits dingracnful spa tnchoaml inci dentally we gave freedom to Cuba Would it have been dislumornblo not toh1ve made pence in Cuba It certainly would have been uuwtco and ungenerousPresident Koosovclt nyc We slionld 13 aiiintionilo every living in our power for the cause of honorable peace To give another meaning to his words than that which ire intruded at the time it inaylnj said flat it WAS our duty as a nation to do nvnrything in our power for the noose of honorable peaco in Cuba and that in performing this duty wo haul to go to war I think that most of us will agree with the presidents view that in existing circumstances it woujd IK both a foolish and an ovil thing for a great and free nation to deprive itself of the power to protect its own rights and oven in exceptional races to ulaiii up for the rights of others Wttttes ettt t11t muy S aw Qtl1ttttge By FRANK LEVERONI Associate Justice Juvenile Court notion are many jwinl of view from to consider the question of whether the American is growling better or worse Ono might ask whether Ana ican boy is Or oft financially morally and LhfU Ire wins a gnnrtntion hark So tar as his chance to get on in the world is concerned tho American of thic generation has many advantages over the boy of UM pmredin generation Mentally and morally moreover the American lay certainly id e jnal at least of the boy that preceded him t Yet the American hey today ninny charnelerialics jftiich the American boy of a generation ago did not posterns ITo is nlxcrved also by those who are inlorasled in him fmra dilTefent viewpoints and he nvenU under this observation pome traits which ecri eritioired Pie American boy is censured as too forward ns lacking in rnTprencc for Ihoro whom he ought to revere as bold independent precocious pA1CtUicrthc If we concede that the American boy has all there n1l1lwe only con cede that he is typical of his age The American boy even as tW American adult powewas more free dour tlinn any boy ever had before On the whole ho has risen to the obligations which this greater freedom has imposediire has not risen to them with perfect completeness ynt but the effort that he is making supplemented by the assistance which pociofy is exert itself lo lend in BO many ways gives generous pmmiFt of success j The American boy these conditions will work out 1IIe own salvation anti there is evidence on all sides that he is realizinn the ideal BO constantly preached of becoming an even better man than his father 1 Amazing ruwtl1- uf t1iu Nation By VICE PRESIDENT FAIRBANKS r axThere which toy the better bettor riiftHin1ly lay tbo linn havol iiig under I iZGt + C Onr population in increasing at the rate of l5nOOo every year In 180 wo had only about fi2000000 Tn 1000 we hind wore than 70000 000 and now only sir years later AVC number between 80000000 and 9n 11tsoon have 100000000 souls Take that yearly increase of 1500000 We are getting about JOOO 000 a year by immigration now and the increase is probably more than that But even at 1500000 it is enormous Think what it means Take the city of Washington with its 300000 Indianapolis nt 200000 and Kansas City equally large Add Cleveland with its 100000 and San Francisco with 100000 more These cities altogether contain just about 1500000 and our increase of 0110 year would fill them to bursting Suppose they could be wiped off the face of the earth and rebuilt in one year and you have our present condition Suppose that you add that many consumers that many workers that enormous composite muscle and that mighty composite brain to our nation this year and then an equal amount next year and the next and the next That is wliat is going on in the United States today We arc increasing at the rate ofa Philadelphia every 12 months and in some ears almost to the extent of a Chicago We are growing in wealth an rapidly M in numbers and our possibilities arc it wjjp to iac almost beyond human conccpiion J OVER 100000000 SENT FROM THIS COUNTRY IN 1906 TO EUROPE Immense Sumo of Money Saved by Foreign Born Work People In the United States Remitted Every Year to Their Needy Relatives In the Old World American labor every man who works for wages ovary labor organiza ion every trades union will bo Inv terested in the following official state ment showing tho number and amount of postal money orders issued In the United States for payment abroad during each of tho fiscal years ending June 30 from 1892 to 100C Inclusive year ending June no No Issued Amount Ifas 9S3474 IIS1N17S ts3 1iUG8B9 15311935- t99I ri Dti5J1 1374iU- 95 J09i1 1S M4S5- tEd DS5m l SRSlfl IS97 51I153 lStt3JT9 m1l PJ53U 1JS9700 1599 JJ7H770 t401 Y110roccr 1S7490U ItVl lJITW 50WSfl isoa U111H tSt74rn uxa 1511119 JS379H 1504 oll5144 42JB1I1 1JOG JIISSC 4741SWS 1505 aOe8W 03CH7W7 In tho eight years 1892 to 1S99 In cluilvo two of theca years Imlnj pro teethe tariff years Dud lxpJIrs cov ering tho freo trade tariff jiwlod and tho recovery from the effects of that tariff American money orders scut abroad amounted to 1126SC6S5 bo Ins an average o11107018 per year In tho next ensuing severs years of tho full benefits of DIngley tart pro tection 1900 to 1POC Inclusive tho total of money orders ont abroad was 1I9H80S2 tho yearly average being 35672788 These are purely postal fiRuAa They do not Include tho amoimta sent abroad by express money orders by registered letters or by small drafts purchased from American banks it would be sate to say tint all told the 190t remltt ticos Vy American wage earners to foreigners amounted to fully 100000000 IB not this a unique an oxtraortiln showlng1Dou reflect In striking form tho unparalleled potltlon of American laborDoos U not boar directly upon the question whether the wago earners have or have not shared liberally In tho great gains of American Industry In tho past ton year of adequato pro tection to domofltlo labor Does it not lend to prove that the Increase allko in tho rate of wages paid and in the total sum of wages ban far outrun the Incroaso in the cost oflivingOver 63000000 was tout abroad through tho post office during the year ending June 30 1906 by prosperous Americans of forelgnblrth or extrac tlon to theIr relatives In other lands Tho figures of postal orders iMtiod Iri the United States for payment abroad bogluwith 1SS2 nUt was what may be tensed a normal protec tion year The labor of the country was well employed under the McKln ley tariff of 1890 At tho end of Juno 1E93 tho WilsonGorman bill had not yet been enacted Labor bad not boo gun to feel the pinch of tighter times Bo tho amount sent abroad went up to J1C3I1838 Now note Iho next year 1891 attar tho force of thO panic of 1893 a roe trade panic bocnmo visible Then there wus a drop to I137924CG Tho next year 1895 after tho mills and factories had closed tholr doors to a million wc3r people there was a fur ther drop to 12903i8C This was low water mark Wage earners had less to spare to send abroad In 1897 camo the Dlnglcy law Jii anwlillo tho warehouses and store shelves had been filled with foreign goods rushed to the United States at lower tariff rates In anticipation of tho higher tariff of 1S97 Wherefore tho ml benefits of tho Dingley tariff were not visible until these supplies were exhausted nnd it was not until 1900 that the first big Jump in foreign re mittances occurred That year tho postal orders amounted to 10749018 Tho sums sent to other countries by wage earners In the United States In postal orders Increased by leapt and bounds from 1900 on In 1901 over 20000000 In 1902 nearly 23000 000 In 1903 over S3GOOOOOO In 1904 over 42000000 In 1905 over U7 600000 and In 1906 over 030000001 Where did all this money come from Not from tbo savings banks for the savings deposits of 1747 961280 in 1S94 free jade tariff pe clod had in 1905 been Increased to 3261236119 an Increase of almost 100 per cent in tile protection period Not from tho building and loan asso elation form of savings for these show an almost equivalent increase In 1906 aw compared with 1894 Not in dlml notion pf what Is known as sduslrlal or wage earners life Insurance for this line of insurai o has increased enormously in thn past ten years So the C3 aid odd mltlloun of dollars which wetit abroad last year In postal orders to foreign rplatlvcs must rep resent clear savlngaafter meeting the increased cost of living after sweu ing tile savings bank deposits to an estimated total of 4000000000 for 1906 end after Investing money In building and loan associations and in life insurance The IB no escape from the conchs lion that the wage earners of the halted States are accumulating money at a phenomenal rate IB these years of protection proupcrlt i THE ONE GREAT QUESTION Tariff a Matter of Wnges and the Scale of Llvlny One great central fact hat shaad stand head and shoulders above all other elements lu a discussion of the tariff seems to bp entirely ignored In Miss TarboUs treatment ot the ques tlon That fact la that first taut and all tho time whatever the past history may have been In periods when the subject of protection was but partially understood tho tariff Is a question of wages and the scale of living Miss Tarbell may not be aware hf this or knowing 11 may not consider It worth mentioning ns a part of thin story of the tariff in our times But It Is noutt the less the one overshadow Ins are of the economic Those who attempt the overthrow of the protective policy Invariably cm phoalro tho In portanco of low prices to consumers std uoglcct tho Impor tanco and value of high wages and a high standard ot living They refuse to recognize the wago earned as tho unIt of all thrift the basis of all prosperity that upon tho wage earned must depend the ability to purchase and the volume of consumption Tfioy alto fall to observe that a vast pro ponderance of consumers must first of all bo wago earners and that only a limited few of tho idle rich aro non producers If tho ivbojilo of this oepry are to be won over to this cause of TOO trade It should ho upon a fair ntul candid consideration of tho question Miothoi they aro ready to throw away the American wage scale and the Amori oan standard of living both higher by far than In any other part of tho world That Is tho qunelloti Run gomted statements of orrora or fanlts In tho earlier stages of tariff making UfO botJa tho mark The tiling to wr U the tariff of todAY and what It has done and will do for tho American pooplo as a wile The story which omits a tariff protected wage and a protection standard of living Is but a m nire nod partial history of the tariff in out times THE RULING PASSION STROIIQ IN DEATH impossible to Please Everybody A great many Republicans would favor a revision of tome of the tariff schedules If It did not moan a general revision Tho country U In a very prosperous condition but It could not stand tho uncertainty ot a reconstruc tlon of tho tariff without serious em barrassment Those who aro familiar with tho history of tariff legislation know that each section wants protec tlon upon the things It produces and tree entry for the things It buys The fanner wants protection upon the raw material ho produces and no tariff up on the finished product Jjo buys The manufacturer wants free trade on raw material and a protective tariff to pro toot Ills finished product The laborer wants the high wages which protection gives but ho would like to pur chase with those wages things at Ute yea trade price And so when it comes to making tariff schedules selfish interests are always at work and the result ii always a compromise tho product of log rolling and a measure of douhtful ex pediency And these aro facts which make many statesmen doubt the wis dam of ripping up a law under which the country has prospered and Is pros paring Merchants and manufacturers must have stable cnndltloni Lancar for 0 Gazette An Industrial Crisis When In tho current discussion on to the outlook for continued prosperity aryl lag opinions aro expressed by finan clans railroad men manufacturers and college presidents Tho weight of Judgment seems to be on the side of continued prosperity This view Is sustained by the fact of a power to consumo equaling the power to produce The power to consume rolls chiefly upon wages earned and paid Employment and wages are at high water mark Will these conditions continua That would seem to bo lire main question Intimately related to that question Is the question whether and when wages atid Indimrlal pro dnctlon are to bo unsettled by tariff reduction and reciprocity arrangements designed to Increase foreign competition with American labor and Industry Given the date when tariff revision downward and reciprocity In competing products shall have been definitely determined upon and It will bo much easier to guess at the date when tho present prosperity will bo followed by an industrial and com martial crisis In tho tenth year of the Dingtey tariff closo upon five times the money went abroad from American wage carpers that was sent In 1895 the first year of the revised tariff known f611OnSti7189- 3i I slr f R1t i3ti kkHrOtrft i 17 GODS WITH COVENANTi Srday Scbal SptcUIly prepirtd for this paper Jte dfX tkgf4lFftaltlfkrltll t fltltl1Wf IBS3ON TBXT0ne Jfl WtrMemory wore 5 and d aotDKN TrgXT Ito believed tn lob and hft ixiuntMl it to him for rlfchlooua nesGen Uc TIMifThroe to six years after oar snet lesso- nIGCKNeer i Hebron amIdst tbaIoaks of Jtulnrr SCnUTTIUI nenmJNCRSJJjtht on tho MVcnttnti flat 399 Hoitu 39 21 lea 1117 Hi JIG 59S1 IrkMMJ1 TH clclit promises given In Abraham First promlfO Gee IWit B cond Promos lTi third prumlMU UsW 17 fourth promlM 111 5 0 IS firth prninlx 11110 19 lxlh prnmUo U1S Ill seventh promise il eighth prom tae IS1CI Comment and Suggetflve Thought The Covenant Promlie V C Tlwv PromlBo In Detail I lie should bo tho father of a great nation 2 Cod would make him a blowing to all tho world 3 The land ojfr Canaan should bo inn land and that of his seed forever 4 ills dcccnd ants should bo la number nil tbo sand of the seashore lUll as the stars or heaven 6 Coil bo his shield and re ward 0 HA should have a sod wIlD would Inherit the promises Tho condition was faith that led in prompt and entire obedience nut this was H very dlflloult aohlevamouL Years wont by and no son was ctvun him He was almost alone In n heath en land full ofall Iniquity Tho land promised him was occupied by strong and warlike tribes In Mioh olmunwancog In all olrj cuinilonee of difficulty in all cots living ID n wlokod world moatT need aids to faith need sustaining grace shown In visible ways and Oort gave those to Abraham and ho gives thorn to us Pint The Symbol of tho Stars B And ho brought him forth aUrau Out of hli taut sothst ho ceuld IIf the stars showing that this vision was no dream but a road mawiRo front led Look now toward heave nnd till the titan It thou be ablo tu number them In tbd promise to Noah tho rainbow was made a sign I appearing occasionally but at t1 1 very time whan fears for the rent of Uw promise Would fllmllr arise To Abraham God a 1lItibouMHitt of Iwrwonloun voices teen tying to the faithfulness of God Gml jiromiM WM rrttton on tb19 sky as every Christian should MO wriuen on the mighty heavens They that be wise shall ablno nit tho brightness of tho flrmannnl and they that tine many to ricJilaottiDM as the stare foraror and over 1 Nhee bright worlds wore era 1riled anti aro held la their places by divine power So wont la tho Got who would dofwnd Abraham to able toad wlllfiiK to keep his promises 1 The stare never failed KacJ night they appeared In their pinoc1 and moved unvaryingly In tliol courMR Cods faithfulness In natur was tho aMHiranco of his falthfuluoja to his word given to Abraham s The tiara In that climate are brlfihtor than ours Trot HalUsaya jIobrightor than tire stars ittcadlor than their flames shall be the fulfillment of Cods promises 4 There are Infinitely moro stars In heaven than Abraham could sets Cods prdnilHua are over better In bole fulQIImont than It U possible fur us to conceiv- eSecondThe Symbol of the Dust and Sainl In Con 1310 God says that Abrahanr seed ehoald be as the dust of tho earth for number and In Con 2217 as the sand which 4o tlpon tho rcanhorc So whorovor Abraham 1bked at earth or at sky by day or by nltjiit ho would see sym hole of Gods promise on ovary side Third Tho Symbol of Clrcum clsion In Gen 17 101 1 wo find an other sign of tho covenant tho rite of circumcision which has over been the rite of tho Jews as baptism sinew then has been the sign of he Chris bans covenant with God Changedametho symbol of a change of his name from Abrain exalted father to Abra ham father of a multitude Fifth Tbo Symbol of the Blood th9les80nGod Himself Is the Rest Reward Tho best reward does not consist in Gods gifts but In Idmsclf Tho child who has his father has Infinitely moro than any gift hiss father can give him Ho who has God tins all things The lovo of God Is tbo best reward at love Tho favor of God is bettor than f tho laver of all other things in tho universe Communion with pod I3 tho boat comtnu don of thp Spirit Instead of the child ho wanted God was his friend and would bring to pass what watt needed la his own spoil time Practical P God comes to us In lntI 1t08Sagomonts In tho trials of our faith by earnest believing by confirmations of faith by religious observances by the 1 everlasting covenant with God The moro vtt grow in faith IIndIcharacter tho larger and surer aroIaodnriromlflAa4o tin I i Our Ct dte tho niaking nad cavenn3t kcdtilnCode 5- l t 1tl r iTO START GARDEN PLANTS Inoenlsus Arrarjaement of Trays for h Kitchen Window r Many poop i hUG to start all tholr narlj plants In the kitchen windows and tio spxco Is nmialty rAther rO- oItriolell Tit outHliowa a stand with a serioe of boxes ono above another throughquoends of each box The boxes can thug Plan of tho Reek be tutrd toward tfio wikdow to got the hall stmtlKbt Tbe next day caya Fnn Jottrna M box can h turned abort w4 Ole cowl tilted the oUxr way al Uw win diawi the n anU b- ono old sad to tho tbm Pegs tubont bold the fcrut a place when tiltd OB cold nlgUtti the who e wand can be noovwi hum the why +Iew GET RID OF MCe AND RAT Hew One Weman 8ccwi Un l of Anent t tt year Uw ratn Sol away with MO finrag chtcki no iHfor It oortirrod to tt to try the riurdy 1 hud Iar fDMDil ffllclMit fir mlN 1 had alwayi inns to try pod on In the biuae as 4 ooasliored the odor of dead mica ai mwi M bffd at the ravage of div OHM Sam OM told me writes thee 1l iHMidMt at Farm and HODM t1t j If I II fId arwttle to i DJHOB than lixfe 1 would be no taU rotor if any died l- au walls M m nlr WM a sort of pre swrvodv or iNftlalsurT I ttt net dialsroruincat ariuml thrlr rnnway and hotet and otter ttejr wit to estttorr it vrH I pat tame loon In la wfelah was Hrixptt a little rM9Ic It did the work and wo ww or hard no lUG mile for over a IW4IINtrtwrooio to BvAnirjiit sad bind I f1ll- iem flat wtthlhf dry meal end when UMy Rnt to cleaning that up I In Ult arseta That was the naUtfdI MW of ray for six mouth or aid they have iuvor tsir very nim t MM Sine Tho Oft Is practlcallf nothlue as I bate tuttI Ives than half of lea cinu ttwnli of arrmhic u EARLY FORCED POTATOES Start the Tubers In Shaltew bates and Then Trattsptaet If furmrrt i iait to form ratf s la pot cr In bote or tn a frame nr a I dung bed to tubttr cadytbey wii do wll u ilect their toed pouttoca for I csrlytrlpnntoK anorttflppori vAHeMee and net tb m wrtiijiton the root anY ia shalb + Mtte15 Ie t1YN 4ntprovtend U nearrt dM Ilhti ifpptetisd tm a IlKht rlry yet rolAtlv cpp place Umsr nilicm will IxKln to throw irprout In about a uiuadk WkM the arrouiH nw about an tnch looR whites tIM Irntryt Paimga Review J It will h wlv Jiwt before planting to- dut I or law rempvo vltb tJw point of a knife all the eases or bqoU but thi I alt oncrt one ur two MM then bon platNL tope trill tw Towtr but stronr or nnd produtxj tubers tooter Oft C4MH tien warmth roust be glvva tot s pn iKc QiitcJfT rrowtb the dw rfftr Onebpot I wo illyrs ia baf sane lnoh a ffc am i lclir mare and la a frtfii lA ed 13 Inchee apart DT FF OUQGESTIOrtS II i raeticn toems to btI silence jftU11r err a mans tetmwr hntTI i that wont keep Ieo III cow mnt rUite tor ftfrttll iter obtain them ina finely jjrouart conrfHton I A Massachusetts realer who went- J back to the farm HayaHJ van born I with an earthly tendency daft te I llko the sell Ikn to mniilimlato IIThe Formers Outdo rvjolcos tn UtIfact that 5000000 was tho value at I J4 Missouris peach troll this yeah and that while It has lonfbOOD Inttfwn t an apple state It to become nlrKl for iwnnrr peach growing tom monwtnlthr lUGet Some New Ideas If you think of building a now farm souse or repiodoJInK nn old ono sond to WiwhlngPm for Farmers JJuetn No J70 Uortera Couvonlcnced f6r the II Farm Home Issued by thou lallotroj States lepartI ont of n rJofiltUrt The suggestions roKJirding tiiddlaposal ofi atvoco are oiceclally hclctul t 1Ii j 1 UTILIZIsi MANUne- Rules Which Should De Observed lii Haullno It row pcopto roalliso hoW cany It Is to wasto uiAnuro Barnyard maniiro la olwnjii uiidoiKoliu cliaito from the nraniout U In made lveiilnthd wad tor when It Ia frozen liartJ to bollovo that twmtycltenical change la going on Tliti higher tko loinpbraturo tho KroaUir arotho changes constantly taking place Mnnuro should bo gotten onto tho land n nhort thno after It la made unless corn otnlku and other nato rlnlrt aro to bo worked up Into It Talon It ohoxJd bo kept slmpTjr motet In which ulnto lie leant lose of inonurlal coraonta vHI lake place When manors Isf hauled out and put on tho land It nhould bo spread even ly over tho cround says Farmers no vlcwv Tho moro evenly It lit spread tho better will bo Its incorporation with tho roll Leaving manuro ht lumpy is to woato much of It and pro duco unovnnncHa in tho growing crops In tho cane of tho smaller grains thlrt in a great drawback Whro n big lump of manure nxlats in the Ml thq grain grows rnnkly while not far away will bO found grain tliort ami weak in straw An uneven stand of any kind of grain inoanii a reduced yield In tho caso of tho inanoro being In tho lump tho ntolka of the pain grow too big nnd tho development was ngalnst tho produc uun of grain It lit well understood tbtl a too largo growth of stalk per vents fruiting Thus tho manure In such a cane Id often n detriment to Ute grtdn On Uio other hand tbo starved planU do not pro luco much 410 What In doolrod ia on oven andmedium dovolopnicnt which moans a largo nmount of ocwl com pared with the total of the grain This conilderatlon nlono makes do sirabio the use of n manure oprcodor to let the manure evenly distributed over tilt sitrftKW of the roll so that the remittee crop may bo well fcil but not over sd or underfed In spots Probably enough monoy has been IAvtt in thin way alone to fay for kit the manure spreaders in uso in the raltwl UtnUw without taking tats ill deration the other advan tapoWn a mannro nproador IK to bo pprchasod see that It la well made and strong la all Itn parts Tto aim pl r ne better M UM loss llkoly U It tn bet out of repair Btronglh la n no rxary rwjuitte and n manure sresttar that U fltmtrily built may oou bwk down under tho heavy xtrih that IH put upon It It la better lot Q a good price and get a good mhlac than to pay a low pace and get a poor maclilno- Hntfy T Dam Dior Latch A r lie add Ianlty dour lafoh Ta mud as follows Plano uniooth two jlwjj of boast 2U lashes wide 12 fnrhvit teat and Hveolghta thick rnotrr tire two Inched wide 1- 2itheg long and flve lghllm Wkly Screw the wide stripe on tho outaldu of the door about Ute middle Just wide enough ayart to ah w the nnntwer trip to itlay castly betivoen thorn The Tl e Latch Complete and Its Parts nil of te strips nhmthl cote to the edge or tM dour Opposite tbee trips oe the Joar ctaUnK tall toI- r1IiJ mocha u shown la cut These uriould two Inohas loog 24 iaohcfl wdc witd Otto tech tiafc anil the sate Mstncn start aa tile long strips on the door Xcw fist two plant of lioop Iron lt long rqotigh to roach across from hiwlr to loco Punk a holo IN nthand awl nan in pontthm 08 shown Slip the thld barest wood trader Uto TtrA lrcn places nail Strew r etrong hnvpbr l In the rooter This mat iliovld slip back and forth smoothly nm rtstty and can revor fall ont teafarm and iomo In outer to opes or tasteo the riser from etthor aide eat n itt vne half Inch wide and Cbrvo tnebe loan lit Uio doer boro a hcio iu hr Jolt aa 1 put a bnrdvPood r4n tnDnrli it HBO on my taro has given RSiisfactJo for 20 yeara and fe goad for M nacre Meat Famine In GermAny TIll tarmtr Tribute rotes the fart that tbf moat fatiln oontlnuen without abafwnt tn Oe Tho de creasy for th eeaOrtd4uuador pi tG- trot tAo nttuMUior of last year amounts to 225JCM head Not only- arelbethntmals nut Inoreaalng in pro orUoa to the pdpnlaUon but the r itrietNnu placed by Germany upon the rapertattrra of Aumrican live tock md meat tuppliOB kayo greatly ag iravatod tho ultuallon + j Save tho flutter Particles Very few rarmerii ivlvwi have anyway to catch the bits 9f butter Mit cote tlwouglh tho holo In tho churn rfcen dratnlug oft the buttermilk lakes good butterniin but UUcH ol the lUll in tho course of n Blnjlo sea ion IWwr get a flno strainer to tans over tho hoto and uo aaro the hartits iglt wclltl otherwise boloat- Mry a mlcldo toalny moor n nuekli 1l vagesbyI L A POUNTRV BOY trick rfa playedon the City Chaps Who Were Too Inquisitive Font was barefooted and hiss clotbca worotorn from head to flat da he stojJDcd out bC the swamp but there was n picturesque appbaranco about his figure that redeemed it froni tho commonplace Honesty IntCIII gOI adda facd word men tat and physical qtiaractqHatlca that Blnick tIll observer at onco When ho readied dry land tio held tIp n rough wooden box and peered between the slate ononoeklo Bolnothlns wiggled and Urn boy laughed Bay what have you got In thardt shontcd a voice from tho bridge above the stream Font looked up and stared at tho two boys Ho had not seen them be Toro and tbo voice coming out of the etlllncsa of the swamp startled him 7 say what have you got thero demanded the voice moro Imp ra lively Font was not accustomed to such peremptory cpccch and iuatoad of ro plying Ito walked oft In tho opposlto direction Ifos mighty ntucU up about It muttered Uio first speaker Lots Lao it away and eco what bos gutT- MAll right Well teach him a los son The two boya hurried down the slope and in n tow minutes reached Fonts piJo They were both tailor than ho but Font had tho advantage of breadth and muscle Without further preliminary tho two boys grabbed him by the shoulders and ono saidWhy didnt you answ r me Hiicnt you any tongue In your bead rFont remained client and this irri tat 011 the boys moro than if ho haul answered sharply Hoa deaf and dumb I bcHove DobThen he shouted In Fonta car Wo want to know what youve sot In that box I hat stopped bath quickly nxl hugged his box moro closely Ob well It you wont let us see woll take It from you Tho larger of tho two boys lnatctrall the box away and ran a few stops to A Otforo Reached It Fangs Into Hasid one aide Font followed and found tbls tonguo quick enough Give mo that bo + It doosal belong to you Ho would hava matched it nway but one of tho boys Interfered while hla companion suddenly pried open the IM There was a sudden scroam and tho box fell to tho ground Out of it jumped n long coppercolored reptile nut boforo It reached tho ground and dlsoppoarod In the brush It had struck its tangs deep Into tho hnnd of tho Inquisitive boy Realizing the enormity of neal dent that had so suddenly como upon him the boy seroamqd with pain real or Imaginary and shouted loudly Im killed Bob That rattler bit mo Oh It hurts my hand Is swoll ing ups Run for tho doctor Quick 01rIIOD In his fright anti pain ho nearly fainted His companion was nearly an budly frightened and could qot inovo from the place Font was tho only cool ono of the three Soc him laughing at mo shouted tho woumlwl boy Youll the for this theyll hang you you ought to bo lynched now did nothing saM Font You utolo the box front mo anti lot my snake out before toad speak Why dldnC you tell hint that It woe a tailor satd Bob Bccautto hc didnt mo politely was Uio roply Thin the pain of tin snakebite nrongbt another spastii In the victims face and ho sbrlekcd aloud holding up hiii troi to IIhow wlitro the swelling was already transforming the 11mbIRun for the doctor Dob lle hocrled Cant you help mo Ho turned to Font in his agony and tho stolid little face cuddnnly roUXfed as ho nnhl knew n suro euro for snakoqjte butjfou didntaslc me before ItS bit ter than docloca medlclno Then get U quid Hnrry or It will bo co lute cried tho stricken boy All right Ill get it hem sad then cure you V Font suddenly disappeared In tho swamp and tho two frightened bftys gazed mutely at his retreating figure They were mtlo3 away troth tho bier Ida hotel where their parents were passing tbo winter and no doctor could be found nearer Thcro ncomcd no other way than to trust to Fonts knowledge of rafUwsnalJOblfe nut tho little fellow was gone so long that the bon began tp fear that be had fooled hem They wern on X Itco Point of despair when lug ZUlSl11O through the swamp thicket again carrying some leaves and roots in his liando This will auto snakebllo ho said It la an old Indlan curt nub the leave on the sore and chow the tools t1oht handed tho frlghtenal toy several pieces of root which ho hogan io chow cagorly Moftnwhllo IxJut I rubbM the wound vigorously with the loavesA groen slime seemed W exude from Uio loaves AS ho rubbed apt when this was smeared over tto i wholo hand Jbo + mlled with satlsac1 lion Trio roots that tlio sufferer was forced to chew wore bitter and ho made many a wry face as fco swol lowe l tho Juico Finally ho asked How long must I chew them Till Uio owolllng goes down ro plied Font with a serious air For half on hour the trio stood wntchlng results rho two frlghtenol city boys hardly dared look at anything except the swollen arn ahch was now actually growing smaller lice the swelling Is going down salt lob Yes gasped Harry but I cant stand this ranch longer Its mating me sick A dontbly pallor spread over bin face and Font looked up with con corn Tbdn ho said quietly Maybo that will Uo now Tho swelling has gone down IOU With an expression of Intense ro lief tarry look Uio Wots out of his mouth and tried to look happy Dut lio was far from filling exultant oven though bo knew that his life had boon save Do you think thoro Is any dancer now lie asked apprcbeasivflly Not If you go right bone ant stay in lOll two days salt Foot You mustnt got up ant go around Two days In bed tbq Indians way and then the poison will go away With this advice carefully caerlsbert In their minds Harry and Bob parted from tile UtUe fellow but not until after they had Inquired where ho lived Wben tbo tiro beafi woro out of sigh That threw liltttM0f on the grass md rolled around In paroxysms I of laughter y Three days later three horsemen drew rein before tbo log louse ofI II the Ground Stuck Its Deep His I I the I I nsk I Fonts fntchr nesUlng tncgjy In a beautiful orange grove The boy from his hiding plnoe In the grove recog nhwl Rob and Harry and the mn ac companying thorn he took to be Uitilr fatherFont came out when rklera shouted to attraeiIOwebotlys atten Ion Immediately tho two boys bouted There ha Is now That1 the boy The gentleman rode up tx Font and dismounted Taking the boys band in me of Us he said JJy M I owe to you Uw life ot dno of my sons storey told ma bow yon snvpd lilac from death when a rat U o lt him Font felt uneasy pad ra Ud first on one toot and then on the other We have acme to Utuk you tho acatlan an continued sad also to re win you Ho put hk hand nto ht pertxst and drew out n pocket t1eIrfbl was too niioli for Font and he raised bin hand In pyotevt Np no lie said I doat want any reward I dont dewtrve any Vby toy tad you certainty do It you band my sons life Urn gentle man said Bnt Then Font gnttttedand a nmUo crept ovoi lilt face He gUuiead from one trace to another twht my lad Go on wltfe what you bad to say I didnt save his life nutGboC- IUtaeUIO snake was not a rattlesnake It was only a common ground saako and not poisonous theh018tfriBbteded thfo nearly to 0 sO and daysVmty eyesoftaughtorTheyto 6e tho ludicrous side oi h v wlo Inlrn1rThor had tried to btdl4n9e and bo had deity tuijcd tho UUjkw on them I any fntfcer dont isooM hire Harry flflfJJy saW Ke tk wea the rownvil top Wo got only what wo dose r r boysflanknehLIm lorry he said but I was angry at Ibo way you spoke tomol Then b ghtenljie up It oivll 0000 1 snakeanoacpChicago t iKa i A LXo II P I55 Berea College 4 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of aU Over 50 Instructors 1017 students from 27 statesvtl Largest collegs library In Kentucky Rt SALOONS jmanywhere he can make most rapid progress Y f Which Department Will You EnterrrTHE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Sw+ lecture 1fr library and general advantages as for more advanced Students Aritb hiiSIDglngy ment etc Free text lLtionslargely finished common branches The most practical and fatertllIing studies to fit a young person for aa honorable and useful 1 Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a you J man may secure a diploma ia Agriculture and 6 ia JIACADEMY Iextrawith Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical sours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus end all modern n etatiods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession at teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enaglea cue to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter mj spring terms give the information culture and training necessary lot R true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate UUSIC Sin ngfree Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken u tn extra in connection with nay course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days l1 Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid put for their benefit and the School expends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a yeas I ofChristianit may train young men and women for lives of usefulness a VS ItiOUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY lath n protect the character and repntutton of the young peop13Ot el e come from the belt Families are onmn t to do te iior any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without etfrs charge + All except those with parents in Bcrca liveinCollegabuiMiDgs ani4 assist in work of hoarding lull farts and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except inwin ter it is expected that nil will have a clmnee to earn as much as 85 cents a week Some who need to earn more may bywriting to the Socro try before cresting jtAirc extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSOIIAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our cliniaU 13 the best but as students must attend classes regardless thi weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes art necessary Tho Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost Tha College lUlU no rent r for the line buildings in which students live charging only enough rouas rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights end washing of beddingIand towels For table board without cofTco or extras 135 a week in the falland 150 in winter For room furnel ed fuel lights vah bIg of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and liO cents in winter School Fees are two First a Dollar Drpoaif1 as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once iuttlt returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on ciponsss for care of wQpl buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gi t The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Sojioola SfiflO in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses Payment nnst lie in advance incidental fee and room rent bY the term board by the month Installments are an follows For Wbler Term 12 wet1kaFirt day 1700 baiidos 1 Jo posit 28th day 600 j 56th day SGOO total 829 If paid aft a advance 8iFor Spring Tern 10 wcckeFirst day 1440 j 2Sth day fi 40j CCib day S3TO total 250 If paidalin advnnce2200 The two terms together paid for in advance dA xeductloQ of 250 making only 4900 IiayX600advance 3700 Refunding Students excused to leant aforeend of fw receive back all they have advanced on board and room except that noniljw ance is made for any fraction of a week end a fee of fifty tents h charged for Ifavinjr the hoarding hall ana Efte rents for lewrln a io na in terra time There is no refunding of incidental fee it rays tevtar When yon have made your journey sndaieweU tarted in sellout It frtys to stny hs long os poarlble VThe First tyolwinter term is January 2 1907 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary to WILL C GAMBLEIBEREA KENTUCKY lti n IIf fIrau+ dbMMf1 itsi+ r RnF1i4 + lNlf l C r Mejdcan MUSTANG LINIMENTForth Aflwenta tf r MFS R HORSES COWS CALVES FOR 3 a5Tlt MULLS SHEEP ndox NflaN Olt t I Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT JWvWftWi11 ijJ1JjWllwtlvlM JtJt Nl1tJ J1I e ki A 4 fieroS7Kri Jiitar IYrtEat4t ed = At nO rI i THE HOME I I tGoodRecipes for Cookies 1 Eggless Cookies Cream ono cupful of butter and add ono cupful of sweet milk and ono of one teaspoonful of vanilla extract and ono enoughit Vanilla Cookies Ono pound of flour half a pound of butter same amount of sugar two eggs and ono and a half teaspoonfuls of vanilla knead carefully together and roll out thin Cut into cookies and bako in a moderate oven ITHJJ SCHOOL I 11 What Education Is Horace Mann speaking of education saysliTho lowest claim which any intelligent man now prefers in its behalf is that its domain extends systemt l secure impart strength and prolong life over his intellect invigorating the mind replenishing it with knowledge and cultivating all those tastes which are 1alliedto virtue and over his moral and religious susceptibilities also de throning selfishness enthroning conscience loading the affections out wardly in goodwill toward men and upward in gratitude and reverence to God Webster says Education comprehends all that series of instruction and discipline which is intended to enlighten the understanding correct the temper form the manners and habits of youth and fit them for usefulness in their future stations h ITHE FARM I What to Do with Old Orchards thedI fruit for several years but it will continuo to decay andfit timo die When impossibletoproduction of fruit If the principal branches are decayed and the trunk is full of borers tho best attention to givo that tree is to cut it off closo to the ground and burn the trunk branches and twigs If the tree is not badly decayed but the principal trouble with the orchard lies in tho fact that it has not been properly pruned and cared for during a few previous years the renewal may be a very easy task maybe1 In this way you destroy a great many insect pets and fungous disease germs besides ridding the tree of the obstructions Remove all interfering branches and the thousands of suckers which are so common to all neglected old orchards The wounds made in removing the woodshould be promptly covered with a coat of white lead This will hinder the moisture from entering the cuts and rotting the treo It will also hinder the loss of considerable sap through cuts on live wood Next remove all of the ground around the base of the trunk nearly if not quite to the roots Then throw on a layer of ashes about an inch thick andover this throw a layer of soil four or five inches thick This should be groundTho to remove all of tho1tddlessbroken pieces of bark Behind these many insects may take eftJ removing them you spoil their hiding place and make it easierrtoreach them when you get ready to apply destructive poisons to the tree Any time during February or March you should givo the trunk a coat of whitewash This should be applied with an old broom and the wash rubbed well into all the cracks andcrevices of the bark One of the newer methods is to put a pint of crude carbolic acid into each gallon of theinsectsOld orchards should be cultivated if it can possibly be done The ground becomes sod bound and tho trees have used up a great deal of the available plant food in the surface layer and then nrany pests have their winter home in the ground Of course it is impossible to cultivate the earlyinplow it up and disk till the ground is well pulverized If the soil is not very rich in organic matter you may give it a light application of well rotted manure Do not make the application very heavy or use fresh ma nure because apples do not need a very rich soil and the nitrogen con quanitiesAboutoats and seed to clover Some would barecultivate the first year but this doubtbeyoushouldbeneficial as Continued cultivations If you do summer cultivate it is an JulyThenthe peas up into small bits mixing them with the soil The peas afford a diskingcauses REAL ESTATEL I am Real Estate Agent for property in Berea haveforunimproved also business houses and vacant lots I have an excellent piece of property on Depot street consisting of one good twostory dwelling house unsurpassedfor j 1 grass for 1Anr 4am also in position to sell to southwestern home seekers lands in Indian Territory end Oklahoma Parties who have town property farms moun tain coal or timbered lands will receive best service and prices if you place your lands for me tov sell for you I patronageCallt h J P I BICKNELLBEREA i At fMAMewld94k Lj3 11f7 r1NtiEPaiM1 r ooh osotlotloeotsoeoIo oeotlo g Eighth Kentucky o History 0 TUrlllliKt Story of the fart tutu Onl O Innt IlrKlniitnt took In the Civil War is- oSOSOSOSoSOBoSOBOSot1OBo oi CHAPTER XV Continued Our mules had been hard worked and badly fed many of them having died during this uncommon cold wuathcr and we could only muster eight twuns Ono of these tho Twenty first buys wero allowed to usa to al- ry their baggage until the return of tho regiment from Kentucky Thus we had more baggage than transjx mtlOo Early on tno 2fth tho Eighth moved out or their warm snug quarters which they flattered themselves they would enjoy until the veteran boys would DO furwughca and return Another regiment matched In ius WI lets and WOk pcustfifaon of our now licuo town or cabins Tun our Irish IIIAo tutU Captain we uro tho buys as UDJZO orlhwu but Imiide Its tau irauuutnt to have us vfurreck lock wagers to build tniin illisint utmntles us any daoeut ouimeu would bo prouu uv anal now bfJabbere thou Lazy sixil poens ado to have the good quarters Uut the men did not generally make complaint We had cnuurtrt too nun suuaeii surprises and disappointments to make a luss even to leave tho 11 llgant BhamUs In mid winter Trut the veterans said wo would rnuoii rather have siarUd home on our prow Ised furlough than oft down In Dixie ut this time Sergeant F 1 Wood was left in charge of our extra bus gage and a few convalescents Tht Duuilloii under command of Captain U uuiu bivouacked ut tne Narrows While some of the men play fully placed percussion naps on the rail rate tracK for passing trains to pup one member of Company E had his eye put out by a place of cap The 2Sth with tho division wo halt ed for the night at White Sides and the following day reached the north ern base of Lookout Mountain Tho 29th the command passud thru Chattanooga and camped for night at the foot of Mission Ridge on a portion of tho recent battle ground The deserted rebel works the bullet riddled trees with scattered elicit and shots were all that denoted it to have been the recent scene of a ter rible conflict The 30th tho division moved on up the Knoxvlllc Railroad to Tyner8 Sot tlon and went into oamt where we remained a few days The 1st of February I succeeded In mustering Into the vetemn service one hundred and fortyfive men of the Eighth and by order of General Stan ley 1 returned to Bridgeport and eel looted eight of the biBUUon that were In tho Pioneer Corps and returned to Ooltowab Station on the 4th where 1 found the b1tn1UonIThe Cth our brigade moved up tho naliroad making short marches and keeping pace with the government employees and construction tr4ln repairing the road as wo went The work was being pushed forward 1n order to roach and rebuild tho de stroyed bridge over the Tennessee ut Charleston our forces having destroyed It to prevent Longstreet from reI- nforcing Bragg during the battle of Mission lUdgeIOn the evening of the Cth We halt ed within a mile of the pretty town of Cleveland Colonel Walters command Ing the brigade mule hU headquarter In the house of Rebel Congretetnan Tibbs and the Eighth Kentucky and Thirtyfirst Illinois went into camp on a bill near by If there wore over a set of men in this world gifted with thorough selfreliance the Eighth boys were the men It often required murmuringdisappointments Incident to the march and camp We had just left good quarters and were here on a bare bleak hiliQ cold evening our old tents full of holefv the principal part of our cooking vessels end extra bag gage far behind but no matttr where or when we halted tho Eighth boys were at home They had learned pro cisely what to do first and they did It here Fires soon begin to twinkle over the bare hill and our old leaky tents rose like the work of enchantment Some had dog tents that lay snug to the earth like mushrooms Soon the fragrant aroma of coffee and tortured bacon suggested creature comforts that were truly animating under any circumstances We all know that tho movements of reg iments were as blind as fate none of us could tell tonight where we would be tomorrow yet on the morning of tho 7th at the first glimmer of day light our camp was astir and prepara Hone began w if every man expected to spend the remainder of the winter here Bricks were hauled from an old kiln of secession proclivities Chimneys were built and some fireplaces nrtletloally plastered with the inevit able red clay and by 10 oclock one mess had found an old crane on which swung a leglenj pot a donation from an old darkeys kitchen stools and bedsteads were tumbled together by tho roughest of carpenters and before night tho interior of our rude homes i MHSUHI began to wtar a home look Here b8I elsewhere our Kentucky boys did not long remain Ignorant of the surround leg country and Its Vegetable and animal productions In leas titan two dye they had tasted water from every spring knocked persimmons from tho best trees milked some of tho neighbors cows Coasted1 pigs and picked chickens Not a few made the ac quaintance of tho Cleveland girls and knew how many were Union and how many wore rebels and how imnY brothers they hid In tho rebel army Thus life began with us nt this pltce But we did not neglect our part of the labors throwing up a good line of rifle pits and contributing our quota for the picket line TO BE L 1 SUMMARY Tuesday Tho senate spent tho en tire day In considering tho Indian ap proprlAtlon MI Tho army appropria tion bill carrying 181500000 was re ported General debato on tho rivers and harbors appropriation bill was concluded In tho hous- eWednosdlyTho advocates of a fourteenfoot channel for tho Missis sippi river from Chicago to St Louis and tho gulf met defeat when tho house having under consideration tho river and harbor appropriation bill voted to stand by tho recommendation of tho committee In opposition to tho project Tho Indian appropriation bill was again tho solo topic of discussion by tho senate- ThursdayTho house passed tho bill amending tho act relating to tho withdrawal from bond tax free of domestic alcohol when rendered unfit tor beverage or liquid medicinal uses by mixture with suitable denaturing materials The river and harbor ap propriation bill carrying moro than S3000000 was passed Tho senate was further engaged In discussing tho Indian appropriation bill Friday A now high record In prorate pension bills was mado by tho houso when 725 bills wero passed In an hour and a half Tho naval appropriation bill carrying 195426000 was then taken up Tho senate passed tho Indian appropriation bill after which tho army appropriation bill carrying a total of 81500000 was taken up- SaturdayThe house had under consideration tho naval appropriation bill whllo tho scnato was considering tho army bill Without a dissenting voice a bill appropriating J 125 00 toward tho erection of a monument to General William Henry Harrison on tho Tlppecanoo battlefield In Tlppo canoe county Indiana was pealed The appropriation is contingent upon tho voting of an equal amount of money by tho Indiana legislature MondayDills relating to tho goV- ernment of tho District of Columbia wero considered In tho houso Tho senate passed tho army appropriation bill carrying 81600000 STEVE ADAMS ON TRIAL The First Step In Great Legal Fight In Idaho Wallace Idaho Feb 1Tho great legal battle for tho life of Stove Adams has begun hero On ono sldo are tho forces of the state scoring Adamss conviction tho first step toward convicting tho leaders of tho Western Federation of Minors who are charged with tho assassination of former Governor Frank Stouncnborg of Idaho on tho other la tho powerful Federation declaring tho charges are false and an attempt by tho mlno own ers to break up tho union The crime barged against Steve Adams Is the murder of Fred Tyler a settler who alsappcarcd from his timber claim on Marble creek about August 10 1004 end whoso body was found later WILLIAM ALDEN SMITH Elected to Fill Unexpired Term of Senator Alger Lansing Mich Feb 6 Congress man William Alden Smith has been elected by the legislature to fill out the unexpired term of Senator R A Alger who died suddenly at his homo In Washington ton days ago A Thaw Juror Ailing Now York Fob 11Tholo directly Interested fa the Thaw caso were startled Sunday by tho reported ill ness of a juror Visions of a mistrial were soon dispelled however for It was ascertained that the illness of the luror was not such as threatened to Incapacitate him Wilbur F Steele sixty years of ago has contracted a levero cold but was able to go into the jurybox when the trial was re turned this morning Oldrleve Won His Wager Now Orleans Feb 12Captain Charles W Oldriove has accomplished tho feat of walking the water from Cincinnati to New Orleans a distance jf 1600 miles in forty days lacking tartyfive minutes thereby winning the worlds championship and abet of 16000 Oldriove left Cincinnati Jan L at noon on a wager that he would walk to New Orleans In forty days New York Papers Cautioned New York Feb 12 United States District Attorney SUmson of this city las served notice on the publishers of ill the principal newspapers of this city that he intends to bring before the United States grand jury for crim inal prosecution all violations of tho federal laws against tho circulation of ibscone matter in reporting the Thaw IIML i BRIEF DISPATCHES WEDNESDAY Thorn Is said to bo a corner In Brazilian coffee Dillons drycoods store at Detroit was destroyed by are loss 100000 Seven lives wero lost In n snowallde that overwhelmed n mining camp near Salldn Co- lFrank O Briggs was nominated bf tho Now Jersey legislature for United States senator Archduko Ludwig Victor tho only living brother of Emperor Francis Jo seph Is seriously 111 Four trainmen woro killed In a wreck at Colby station Ky on tho Chesapeake Ohio railroad Tile Dawcs commission has com pleted passing on the enrollment of the flvo civilized tribes of Indians William Jennings Bryan and Sena tor Boverldgo nro preparing a twelve months series of political debates to run In tho form of magazine articles THURSDAY Three women are reported to have frozen to death as tho result of the recent blizzard In South Dakota Aunty Jano Lewis whoso ago li authentically estimated to have been 11G years Is dead at Hamilton Ohio Tho gen rnl trend of tho elections In Russia appears favorable to tho party In opposition to tho government Tho Cuban pooplo generally are manifesting opposition to tho project to Increase tho armed force of tho ro publicSecretary Taft Is making strong efforts to secure tho approval of con gross on tho plan which he has formu lated for the creation of an agricul tural bank In tho Philippines James A Doughlas chief master at arms on tho United States cruiser Tennessee was shot and killed by Harry Burke a sailor who becamo on raged when placed under arrest on board the ship FRIDAY Dy a party voto of 20 to 11 tho Jim Crow bill was passed In tho Missouri senateTho president has signed too gen eral service bill recently pasted by congress Three trainmen were killed In a wreck on tho Great Western road at German Valley la John D Rockefeller has given the General Education board 32000000 Ho had previously given the board 11000000A launch containing seven persons struck a river pier at Sacra mento Cal All woro thrown Into the water and drowned Tho Jury In tho case of Dr J W Simpson charged with tho murder of Hartley T Homer his fatherinlaw at Riverhead L L returned a verdict of not guilty SATURDAY As a result of an explosion on n torpedo boat of the French navy nine men are dead and two are Injured Smiley N Chambers a wellknown attorney and former district attorney for Indiana la dead at Indianapolis Four men wore killed and five In- Jured In a collision between a street car and a freight train at Birmingham Lyndhurst tho country homo of John Wanamakcr at Jenkin town Pa was destroyed by fire loss nearly 1000000 Business failures in tho United States for tho week number 1980 against 211 last week and 204 In the pike week of 1906 Tim Texas state legislature passed a bill providing that a special tax of 5000 bo assessed against every ex press oinco In tho state handling shipments of liquor v MONDAY Sir Reward Russell Is dead at Lon don Representative John n Rlxoy of Virginia Is dead at Washington of con sumptionAn family of seven persons perished in a conflagration at a brow cry at Stelnbach Switzerland Charles Tnlt mayor of Kingston Jamaica Is dead as a result of Injuries sustained at tho timo of tho earth quakeTho exportation of iron and steel manufacturers reached their highest record during tho past year according to figures compiled by tho bureau of statistics A terrlfio explosion wrecked the chemical research department of the Woolwich arsenal While all tho windows In tho town woro broken no lives were lost TUESDAY For the first time In many years snow tell upon tho streets of Mexico City Monday Tho first elections to parliament un der the now Transvaal constitution will bo hold Fob 20 Prof Thomas Condon tho famous geologist is dead at his homo In Eu gone Ore aged seventyfive years An earthquake of considerable vie lance was felt throughout Virginia In Charlottcsvlllo dishes wore rattled trlendltIntorventlon tween Honduras and Nicaragua has been announced Edwin W Reldnaur a baker and his four children were burned to death at Allentown Pa In a fire which destroyed their homo Nicaragua Is concentrating a considerable armed forco upon tho frontier of Honduras without having made a AaotaraUon of war A STUNNING BLOW Has Been Dealt to the Liquor Inter ests of Indiana by the Legislature TO PROHIBIT BLIND TIGERS Under the Provisions of This Dill possession of Liquor Where NoLicense Is Held Will De Prima Facie Evl dence That It Is Being Sold Illegally Indianapolis Ind February VTho liquor Interests of Indiana received tho hardest blow tho legislature has dealt them since tho enactment of tho Nich olson remonstrance law several years ago when tho house passed to en grossment tho Gantard blind tiger bill In practically tho same form as it carne from tho senate a week ago Tho action placed tho measure beyond tho reach of Its opponents as they cannot amend it further without unanimous consent of tho members which will never bo given After tho opponents of tho bill had tried by adroit methods to tack on some amendments that would loavo loop holes for tho liquor dealers ono of Its friends suddenly moved that It bo passed to engrossment Tho vigorous protest of ita opponents who ed more time for discussion demIulfheeded They wore n voto of 52 to 37 There Is no Illicit hood of tho bill being defeated as tho result showed that a majority of tho members are determined to pass It Tho measure was framed by tho Anti Saloon League and Is regarded by It as ono of Its most Important achieve monte It Is tho most drastic plan of tho kind over submitted la Indiana n- It provides that tho possession of liquor where no license Is held Is prima fade evidence that It is being sold Illegally No option Is loft as to tho punishment for violations of tho act Conviction on any of tho charges under It means Imprisonment as well as a heavy fine Every club that serves or sells liquor to Its guests or members will bo classed as a blind tiger and compelled to tako out li cense or stand for prosecution The measure will put a severe crimp In tho business of the brewers as it prohibits them from wholesaling beer to any f private consumer In quantities of less than five gallons The officials of use t AntiSaloon League predict that under IdriveOliver Jr of Knoxvlllo Tcnn who f was tho lowest bidder under tho pro- posAl for digging the Panama canal by contract and who has formed a com pany of contractors known as tho Pan ama Construction company will know today when ho may expect a final de cision Ho has submitted his bid In accordance with the requirements of tho president after having been given ten days time In which to do so and tho commission is examining tho sameVon Buelovs Great Victory Berlin Feb 8Tho reballotlng in tho relchstag elections which occurred throughout tho empire yesterday em phasized tho government victory of Jan 25 There were further heavy losses in Socialist votes while tho Clericals more than held their own Tho Socialists now return to tho reich stag shorn of nearly half their strength Tho nation has sustained Chancellor Von Buclow emphatically i Paris Wants to Testify Paris Fob OrTho newspapers of Paris are devoting much space to tho Thaw trial In Now York and as a ro suit a number of persons are anxioust1 to testify to Thaws alleged eecapadcej J In Paris which they declare bo explained on tho ground that ha t INowPresident Castro of Venezuela has begun according to Meaner Bolet tho local representative of Oem Parades THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Llv stock at Leading Point Indianapolis Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 76o No 2 red 78c Corn No 8 460 Oats No 2 mixed 30VSo HayClover 16000 1700 timothy 18002000 millet 120001400 CatUeUSO Lambs36000760 Hogs 5000725 Sheep 8I50IAt Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 80c CornNo I 2 46140 OatsNO 2 42140 Cat I- UoU50 0 5CO llogs460 0 725 Sheep3200 0 625 Lambs 4500 785 At Chicago WheatNo 2 red 79Ha Corn No 3 43c Oats No 2 39o Cattle Steers 4600726 stockerS and feeders 2760480 Hogs 6000715 Sheep 3000000 Lambs 575 07C5 Livestock at New York Cattle 4700025 Hogs r75 Snoop 4000500 Lambst 0760775 At East Buffalo CatUoU00U5 Hogs 5699 725 Sheep 3000575 Lambs 600 e770tMay Slfto July Slfte euh78K Q 1 i- alb WJN 38Aot 91r LffyPdPIyt4ll nJPThmen te word vatentwm P To whom we andn6 04 supat sweerand sooroyou To whom we sent uithtfrQat ado Two hearts allinfArrrmr J If those shouldmeet theeyes oTon yestQrjirWhose sun xed1roeyescosuodr4d Qk Sugarssiitee findso wereyou BIIII1e mg clIl ourlort fleas yesteryear If AfR vazEi I 4C5YYJ4e cniit JXYlA1i I a tA uh NND STACEY nit with tier back to the light of tier oxlstencsi anti tho chnndellor Hut the re pecUYO lumlnarlc nmalnod oqually Indlffor ant the one otoNtircd by his ovenlnK paper and tho other by a ptnktltiuo hade So she Uftod her pretty foot to the slow of the Orotlla only glow that eeerood IB ovldonco i J DQywbnro and engaged la her lone praoOioJ samo of taaklnR Ue boot of things Out tho ploy went dully this night although tho ooate arraogod lho titual pictures for bar to gaze Into nnd the cactlobulldlng tBfctwtalu worn all at band Now net then ibo Klancod at a big bjiwl of violet which stood on tho tibl near hor and In hor otproMlon win a curloua i ldCndloR ot IndlgnaUoli anti triumph l There was silence In the room except i tOT a Blowpulaed olook which struck tbe rolucUtnlly and the occasional rustling ot Ura turning jpagcti of the newspaper y She felt strangely Ipnoly Tbo girls a load Bone out woarlnc tholr rlololn J v pinned In the fur and laces at tholr t bonnie throats Tho fracraoco or thei flowers at her lido vwopt up with tho ancmory of tbo lines which had como as a valentlnQto llttlo Joaono Thla thins I know dear OJ rids love for you niy dMr ItWill tail for ayas But It doesnt Jeanno child Ibo wtilspcred sadly It does not last any longer than tho dow lama on the dorr eyes loll on Iho violets t i Wbo Jn the world could have sent them to mar1 she murmured And tbet nnt1R1trllnout or course t Silt rather dear The trrltlng look a llttlo familiar too but I cant place I 1L Sho drew a litllo note from the dainty little rosecolored boa which swung from thp ribbon at her waist And canned It by tho Qfollcbt A f Iialfpleatrd smite crept up to tier i 011 she read t r 4 Vh a tender noweri are sent to you by To wium you au the starlight and the pun ti t Their fiasranre bears a n ssage fond i true 4 Irem out n heart that bean atone for youHow dreadful murmured Acne f Blocoy but with commendable for bqnrance I must ahow It to Dick Sho rose Jut AS there wait a sound of A sliding paper anti a rvnOro She turned back und sat down aud the llttlo foot on the tender tap pal ImpaUcutly + Asleep jtjwln she said nnd It Is only halfpnst eight Anbthbr tire tearII A ulna so absorbed In business baa no hl to marry Uole sq tired and dull i yticiitio comes homo thM hp never talks 1 bcllevo 1ara gelling so I ills like Dick anyway I lust wont try to nololeything I who ecnt WCheeksewere cow rfr i icntfully at the form In tho big leather 4 chair I woat tell him a word she ewrepeated then called sharply 4Dick started up dazedly Eh Yes All right What la It mAW- 1J1t1 Its St ValeoUnes eras The deuce Male I thpuBhtlt was t corning Whats up1 of The sure have each received love ly hug buuhu of violets F Dully for tho girtst Who leaf lcWe dont know Jeannes came t JUx a valentine =poetry you know j 1 t NTININ6 Cf llLL o sang nftoo illllJ maid quarterhours determinedly Y WVYU Well of course said Stacey that Is harder to bear Know who wrote It r Mrs Stacey shook her head No Out It Is beautiful She will always remember It Will ohr Cant get It out of her head I suppose Something like that Blue trip sllpforan olghtcont faro business Mrs Btaoey cavo wifely Inattention to biz Joke Her mind seemed fixed on other subjects Finally A wo man always remembers such things And oometlmcs boy make dangerous food forhunsry hearts The man behind tho paper became coBselous of a njcanlog In isle wifes tone Ho looked over the top of tbo shoot to see that her gaze was fixed upon n bowl ot violets on the stand before the Ore She wont on You narcr sent mo a valentine Dick Out same one else has I wasnt going to tell you when you wcro lllNIt Well Im glad you didnt than nbt what about It now Ulland I dont know who sent thorn I wish I did because I am tired of bo log Jolt alono and neglected and so there Why mamma Why You noedat Why mo Tbo pitcher of patience Indeed had been broken at the fountain Mrs Stacey was royally angry and In tour What do you moa think women want In u life Do you think wo nro natlsflod with food and Ort and clothes I toll you wo want loco and attention as much as wq do when we wore young KlrlsJSlio stopped with shamed sobbing Staeoy had risen nut now stood ho side her chair What did ho say Annor bo questioned quietly lint she shook her hood tnUornbly What did ho says Ho reached down and took her slender band In his broad palm I cant toll you You novor woul- dunderstandor appreciate ouch ten dcrncss IIIYOII never have time What did bo say dear Oh nick If only you bad made torn to InoIe you over dver had Tell mo what ho said You cant Then let mo toll you Ho knoll down beside tier and her wondering eyoa saw tears upon his bearded cheeks Rut ho reached over and took the bowl of violets In his hand as ho said Then tender lowers are Hilt to you by ime To whom you are the starlight and the Dick You Your Sho throw her arms around hi neck llor check ccklnciTheir rucraiutr bfara A menage fond and true From out a heart which beats alone tor- y Then there was silence In tho little room whore a man knelt with his wife In his arms and the quickpulsed clock called blithely the iuartcrthpurs aw they run uway with the oVo of St Val entino SELDOM THINKS EthylyneCholly sect am a lovely valcntlnn stud a note saying his thoughts are all ot meEarnest TUat alpine nothing ha ddetat think oftenar thaa once a month r EXPLOSiON Op BOMB KILLS PATERSON JUSTICE 01 PEACE AND WRECKS OFFICE THE JUDGE HAD ACTIVELY AIDED The Police In the Capture of Italia Anarchists and Other Lawbreaker Paterson N Jt Feb tIJustico 01 the Peace Robert Corteto was fearful Injured In his ottlco by the explosion 01 an Internal machine sent him by of press The office was wrecked and the detonation conld be heard for block The Judge died shortly before mid night The Judge had Actively aide the pollco In the capture of Italian or urclilsts and other lawbreakers Jui lice Corteso Is 48 years old and 01 Italian descent Ho had been homo to supper While ho was there his eel Robert was In charge ot the office HI received the Infernal mnchlnc wIllet canto from Newark It had been prepaid and the boy signed the receipt When Judge Corteso reached tho cIBc Robert handed the package to him Judge Corteso removed the outsld wrapper Inside was onotborwrapplni of paper made fast with a strap such as boys use to put around iv school book HolHjrt says he was watching to BOO what the little bog contained Ilk father rested the package on the desk pulled the end of tho strap so as U lozen It The moment lie did so then was an explosion A holo six feel square was torn In the floor and the desk was drlvgn into the collar Tin hay was hurled lute a corner and bruised and burned Judge Cortow was fount lying between the doorway and the hole in the floor Ills face nm body were torn and his back nppar ently broken He was removed to s hospital where his antemortetn war fccuretl Judgo Cortese had been t Justloe for twelve yours He wet shortly to bo appointed a sergeant ol dottcllvox In recognition of hula work Ir aiding the polio In running down Italian criminals Coriwo had a wife rand ought children From Use tint that the greatest fetes of tho explosion was downward It la bcHovod the machine was filled with dynamite Not a truce of it hns bon found Another case which the police think will harp some boor Ing upon the affair IB that of t for feigner who was found dead under mye lerlotiB circumstance n couple ol weeks ago CortttM aided tho autliorl lies In InTMUgutlng dolt affair WANAMAKERS COUNTRYHOME Destroyed by froThe Loss Is Eitl mateiJnt 1500000 Philadelphia Neb 0 Lyndhurst the country homo of John VnnnmuUer at Chcltan Hills near JcnUntown Will destroyed by nra The loss Is estimated at 11000000 Mr WnnamatierV home was consld trod one of the most artistic and valu emu of Philadelphia suburban prop crtlos The lire tliado rapid progrcssnnd bul n few valuable pMntlnpfc were saved among them Christ Before Pilate and Christ on Calvary by Munknwy These two paintings arc valued at J2GOOOO Though no statement has been Issued from Mr Wnnnmakor ns to the IOHH It In authorlUitlVHly stated that it will roach at least f1600000 FLAMES CLOSED EXITS And Seven Men Are Entombed In the Burring Mine Vllkcsbarrc Pa Feb Seven miners arc entombed In No ID col- lIery of the Lchlgh and Wllksbarro Coal Co at Wnnnmle and there li little hope of rescuing any of thorn Flru broke out on tho fourth lift nnd tho entombed men who were caught In the lower lifts can not bo reached Until tho flames are extinguished Tho fire Is burning fiercely Denied the Malls Ottawa Oat Foil IThe postmaster general announced in the house that newspapers pushing the details of tho Thaw trial would bo donlcd transmission through the Canadian malls This statement was cvokrd by n comjilalnt from l r Stocton member for SL Join N n of the publication In n local nowiipajxT ot Mrs Thaws evidence Cars Negro Sailors Rio do Janorlo rob 9The Bra elllan itoviiUimcut lion decided In or del to aVold possible disagreeable In cident to cxcl sailors from tbofJnulla i nmrtrfin irtilcliis tbTli li the UiiTfeit States Purchase of Old Sliver Washington Fatj 9ThQ director ot the mint purohusod 100001 ounces of sliver for flcllvery at Plillailolphla at OSOa cents per tine ounce Has Developed Canterof Throat Berlin Job Uit ly now reported that Prlpco llcury ot Prussia has de veloped router of the throat tho dis ease or which his fattier and mother both tiled Uolli scarcely nblo tc speak or lake food It Is said his cask Is incurable SelfDofense Plea Wins St Lout lobDerBor Townley who hiss titen On trial fnrliavlng shot broy Alfred 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commiSHions to pry for the cost of theso ul1suUtI make a good profit besides That is whyr lava no InrRO n real ostato Imsinoss today the number that I soil as n result of theso ads Y I will not property ninongWhy put your not onlbo able to sell ittIOIII timehut will be nblo tp soil it quickly I am n specialist in quick wilos 1 have the most complete nnd up lodate equipment I have branch offices through out tint country itiulii field force tit mien to Hilt buyerswI do not handle nil lines ulrriud by ortlinary rend estate agents es latoniid Jots of itor out of busiti RH I cum assure you I nin not going out of business On the contrary loxpcct to find nt thti clue of till year that I have sold twice us many properties aa J did the past year hilt it will first bo necessary for ino to list moro properties I want to list YOUHS nUll it It tocHul matter whether you have a farm a home without any laud or busiuesq it dopsut matter what it is worth or whom it is located If you will fill out the blank u letter of inquiry below and mail it to mo I will toll you how and why I can quickly r convert tho property into cash and will you my complete plnu FREE OF CHARGEanti terms fur handling it Thu information 1 will give you will bo of great value to you oven if youshould decide not toh ll You hud better write today before you forget it If you want to buy anyskind of a Furls HOUHU onBuHfnowi in pnrtuC tho country tell mo your requirements I will guar antee to fill them promptly andsnttefltctortly David P Taff The Laud Man 415 Kan AY Topeka Kaniasa If You Want Sell Fill in Cut Out and Mail Today IlenMi send wltluiut cost tu olvn plan finding rash hay error my property which consists Courtly Stnlo i smoUuwingIsnbrletti4i lpuoey 7 Ii LbwohotaaW1tlt thlre fqti Num I try nalh pvnTime rndinrv home popular copies Tietur framing peclAl Clubbing you ers tI than for 4f SELL today give If You Want to Buy Fill In Cut Out and JailToday- I ile lrultbur property r irrcsponillneHpi n xlwntely Iu tlleblhnluggeelncatlonl Tutus orllty lrlnbehtcenfn Citiinty nod Stnte 9 I will yflS ilowit and balnnceT lcninrfc i i aiaRl 0 Sndd e 4 I t r ooooooooooooo otloo ooeoeoeoooo I East Kentucky Correspondence 0 News YouGet Nowhere Else s 0 I Ho eomiponienc pabliihM sales signed in tan by the writer The name S It not tot palliation bat at u erUeneo of goad filth Writ pUlnljr O UooeoeoeOOOBOOOguu Not All News Letters Printed Alinoxt every week some newllettertl rome to the Cltlnen whldaronot printed Some of them are NOT SIGNED by tho I Writer Vff never print new Hint tine ilKtifHl If you do not wnnt your nan i t ilirlntIy and we wont print It but 1 nnmemutt be on your letter JtoTlii ljCitizen new letters come from plncc where we ears few or no paying tubterlb en There le nouse In our printing aucl newt Wo mu l print newt which Inter rata those who pny for their paper Tlinti only folrWt ItT If you will get UI a good lIt of tubucriber from your dowry we will pay you well for It nnd print the nee from there pa Sumo new come from pin M where we have Imve regular correspondent- and is written by other people If It h Important we print It If It lent wi leave It out If new ti comlnc regular true our correspondent there We nre glad ofyour Interest butxo havent room for everything If therein good numbci tubscrlbrr In your neighborhood nn1 new lz not printed often from there writ uinboutltnnil we will try to get lone wino one elre to semi u your news regular 17 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 1IOUNB Feb 5J J Wren sold five avail calves to Mr John Preston last week for 5500D G Martin went to Riot mond last week on business Bright Chastecnv Jr is In Bell Jelllco this- wakJ R Richmond of Rockford a visited Mr and sirs J II Lambert Monday Mtss Mamie Gulnn of Be roa visited her brother Arthur last w weekJ Lb TUylDr has moved to the house vacated by Wm Sparks tome time ngoWIll Watkins will move to Wjldlei this week John Hamblen has bought a new graphophane Mr James Grant Is slowly Improving 1 In health now Mrs Martha Dobbs has returned from Rill Lick John Hamblen was at Conway Tuesday on business ROCKFORD Feb HMr IL E Gadd of Rock fond bought a horsa from P S Calla ban for 100Mr and Mrs Ell Bui len were at Rockford Sunday J W McCollutn was at Berea Saturday on s business Miss Myrtle Linville visited r Miss B L Rich last week Mrs P L Stephens who has been sick Is no better Last Saturday and Sunday the regular meeting was held at Fair vlewII E Bullen and Alfred Alex 4ander were at Rockford Thursday Miss tattle McGuire visited Pants Stephens last week Wr Lloyd Sexton who has been sick for the past wok died Sunday February 10 and was laid to rest In the Scaffold Cane k graveyard Airs Annie Linville has been visiting her mother Mrs J E S McGulre 3Ir James Sexton is very sick Bless re G T Payne and Robt T Abnoy visited their coueln Miss Mattle McGuire Sun y- PULASKI COUNTY PLATO Feb BAs this Is our first report t we will locate ourselves Plato Is sit mated on the Somerset and ML Vernon Rood fifteen miles northeast of Somerset and ten miles southwest of 3It Vernon near the line between i Pulaskl and Rockoastle counties and Is a favored sectldn of Gods own country containing good soil and in telligent Godfearing people Who have the honor of being known as Mountaineers by our Blue Grass neighbors M E Burton and E Broyles took a largo drove of cattle to Stanford last week Walker Wc Quary of Sulphur Springs Colorado after an absence of fortynine years Is visiting relatives and old friends He will return In March John John stop colored Who has just finished a two years sentence at Frankfort for 7 forgery Is home and says he Is going to act like a mm now and stay away from the pen The Normal at this place under the management of 1- 1CYcQIJaIYls progressing nicely average attendance about thirtyfive Miss Besele Debord of Walnut Grove and Miss Oro Drown of Level Green entered school here last week There is a great deal of sickness In those parts now The following pupils were out of school this week battling with 1the grip Nannie Whltaker Adol phus llaram Craig Poynter Minnie Testerman Hyatt Mink and Other Debord Peyton Randolph recently purchased ICO acres of land from Wme Randolph for 1075 This land is in the eastern part of the MUton Bullock farmA J Baker made a bun ness trip to Somerset Wednesday lost Thursday a strange negro en tered tho residence of Wade Drown at Level Green and stole a razor a 7 knife and a Winchester ripe He ther went Into Buttons store and tool 1150 from the rash drawer A parse was soon formed which traced him to the hills south of Plato where he hit himself in tho cedars He was arrest ed Friday near Leroy by Goorgo SnilU and turned over to sheriff of Rock castle county He gays he is from Ala bama The money and stolen article were returned to owners 0 I eosotllo o oeotlotlollosoaosoior IESTILL COUNTY TOP Feb 8Mrs Phil Powell is very sick Misses Ainu Tongato and Mil lie Farthing were the guests of sir C II Margraves last SundoynMr Joo Cox and P D Hale are out buying lderIr and Mrs Aimer Cox vie ited friends and relatives In our vic- Inity List weekTMre Mary Willis of Jinks visited her brother Joe Cox last Thursday Mr Colo Cox failed to make his usual visit At P D Halfs last Sunday on account of the coldnefs Of the weather Mr Jonah Taokott Is on the sick lletOur wholesale merchant C II Ifcrravcs has a largo amount of fur on hand Quite a largo crowd attended church last Sunday Brother n J Todd conduct ed the services Misses Vena Bar barn and Allco Henderson of Station Camp attended church hero Sunday = lee all welcome the Citizen and we think it tho best paper ever pub lished STATION CAMP Feb 9Miss Flora Arvin was the guest of Miss Fannie McGuorgo Tuesday Messis G M Wilson and Hom er Arvin attended court at Richmond Uont1y1Ir A a A Wilson was In Irvine Tuesday transacting business Miss Gertie McGuire of Little Hick runs Ky is the guest of Misses Bet tie and Anna M Scrlvner dlr Theo Wilson of Madison county has been visiting relatives at this place Hume Wages Raymond Arvin Wade Park and Misses Sophia Wil son Kate Moores Flom Arvin optnt Sunday last with Miss Bruce Mooreq OWSLEY COUNTY blSrUTANTA Feb 11Born to Mr and Mrs Hiram Thacker a fine girl on tho Gth instGreen Lake of Jackson coun ty passed thru hero going to Boren on businessR J Abney and G T Payne went to Berea Saturday Miss Daisio Lake of Hurt Madison county is visiting her sister of this placeDied Feb 10th Mr Lloyd Sexton of this place Ho was sick only a few days with la grippe He was a kind and good boy and leaves a host of friends to mourn him James Sexton who is 83 years old has been sick but is better Mrs W M Gadd who has been sick so long is no betterR J Abnoy and family called on W M Gadd last SundayHiram Thacker has pur chased a fine saddle horseSquire- G V Owens has gone to Mt Vernon on business Walk Croucher has sold out his stock of goods to his father James Crouchor 0 M Paynes family who have been sick with la grippe ore betterA T Abnoys folks are sick with bad colds and la grippo Henry Abnoy has gone to Straight Creek to work Sam Richmond and family are visit ing his father and mother of Climax who are sick with la grippe CLAY COUNTY BUKNINO SIKINGS Feb 12 Mr Curmock who Is a salesman for a grocery house has recently moved his family to Burning Springs lIe has one daughter in school at Berea Wo extend to him a most hearty welcome Tho roads area such a condition out toward the Station that It Is very difficult to get anything from them Theodore Jew ell drilled a well on the school proper ty Maggard McDanlel have not yet started their mill School Is go ing very well The attendance for the second month is fiftysix It is understood that Tom Gabbird the cashier of the bank at Ilyden will come here before long to organize a lank Wo welcome any buslrwea en terprise Tom McDanlel sold his horse to Alex Smith for 113500 Sim Webb a former Insurance main is on the road now drumming JACKSON COUNTY QUAY HAWK Fob nThe weather is moderating nowRev Isaac Messier preached on Interesting sermon Sunday at tho reel denco of Miss Jennie Voorharst Oir S H Judd purchased ti fine cow for 2G00Jtlsce Saddle and Maggie Hay were the guests of Miss Sarah Ram sey SundayTho people are behind with their farming thia year Oforeui Nooley and Nelson Howling went out rabbit bunting without gun or log and killed nine and It was a bad day for hunting tooMir Joab Begley has returned home from Leslie county where hits son Elijah Begley was shot and killed Mr Din Sandlln has re turned hoone for a nights lodging W n Engle his purclvurtd n horse for 10000 WANETA Feb 10 Hurrah for the Farmers L Club at Birch Lick Henry Hurst pawed through hero title morning on his way to MoKee Mrs A L Tin I cher was tho guest of Mrs Wm Isaac Saturday Tho little daugh nor of A L Pincher foil against tho grate and burned hor face badly Wo hopo that she will be quite well again in n few days Miss May Isaacs tho daughter of Wm Isaacs is visiting her aunt Catherine Isaacs Mrs leases of this place is sick Palestine Gabbard was hero this evening on business Walter Trent says ho has caught OQ snow birds There will be n sale on Birch JLick Saturday for tho purpose of selling the old log school house Shird Johnson says if the cold weAther dont soon let up ho will have to hang up tho whip KVIIKOUEEX Feb 12Rev John F Jones is going to move to Clay County J W Jones is going to put up n saddle shop near Evergreen and make hog skin saddles Geams Aaron Slaglo was on Little Clover Saturday to buy a farmMr Roy Drew is plan ning to be a cheese drummer Green and Jako Lake are going to put up- a tannery to tan calf hidesRol Rose Sr was at LB Martins Thurs day shopping Green Lake went to Berea Saturday on business Walter Martin bought two mules for 300 T C Rose has u working to mo- rrowJ R Calahan has bolted meal for saleJohn Howard lost his pocket book Saturday with S162 in it Bill Lake found it nothing lost Whispers of n wedding in this vic n- ltyA farm on Little Clover forsalo 125 acresJ W Jones is prepar ing to buy him a farm in the Blue Grass Thomas E Jones says ho has got four of tho smartest cats on Walkers Branch CIOTEII UOTTOM Feb nWe have had a lad spell of weather and are glad to see tho sun shine 1lnLew McGuire Is hay Ing a new ground cleared Ilurruh tor your correspondents at Gray Hawk and Br Uhaw We were pleased to hear from those placesTDIcd January JTth Joseph Smith a veteran of the Civil War He was sixtyrix years old and one of our best citizens Maggie Durham who has spinal dls ease Is Improving Uncle Sylvester Blcknell Is very sick William lay a resident of this plaod was killed February let He procured a marriage license and went to the home of 4as Perv1 where he was to have married Mrs PervUB sister a Miss Oibhird On entering the yard ono Just before entering tho house where the care mony wos to take place he found others got Into a row and Gay vies killed Lewis McGuire auend it Richmond recently M1UULB FORK Feb BTho snow Is six Inches deep sereMr Bennie Tassel undo a bust ness trip to McKee Tuesday alleles Delta and Minnie Angel visited their turn Mtes Sltha Angel at Hurley Site urday and Sundry Mr Joe Williams and Dill Baker traded cows bat week and Dill got one bushel of corn to rootMr Wesley Angel Is very pick with La Grippe Mr Cap Wilson vis ted friends at Indbn Creek Sunday airs Maria Gabbard and little daugh ter Eva of Parrot visited her mouser Mrs Lethn Tussey Sunday Miss Demo Cole visited her uncle Bennie Tussey Saturday Mrs Nina Angels planning to visit her sister Mrs Jennie Martin of Evergreen next week air John Biker wile has been at Hamilton O for the past tour months returned to his home near Indian Creek MondayMt Green Parker and sadly of Livingston are visiting Mr Cap Wilson of Renfroe CrekiMlBS ea Sarah J and Dona Angel were the guests of Miss Ella Cole Sunday Jake the little son of WeB Angel is very sick y- KKKT1Y KNOB Feb ome of the neighbors ore very busy dragging logs to the mill While the snow Is on They soy they would rather drag through snow than mud On last Thursday Will Gay went on Drowning Creek to get mar led accompanied by Jim Pervls Mr Joseph Pervte n brother of Jims fol lowed on the same day Friday night Do short time before the marriage wean to take place trouble arose between thorn In which Gay was killed and Joseph Pervls badly hurt Whiskeys thought to have been the cause of the troubleMr and Mrs Albert Powell spent Sunday with Mr James Clicks family Mr Powell is now sell- Ing goods at his old stand at tho head of OwEley Fork Oir and Mrs Ben Gay spent Saturday night at Albert Powells The snow Is fast melting away and the roads are quite muddy The church at Kerby Knob his called Rev Daniel Clemons for pastor for the next yooriIrs James Williams visited her daughter Mrs Lucy DIr- er of Big Hill Saturday night and Sun dayMr James Click visited Charley Abrams family Sunday night Mrs Ross Carpenter is quite lit U this writing Myrtle Click visited leer sister Mrs Nora Johnson Saturday and will continue her visit for several laysBart Sunday while absent Mr and Mrs Henry LengfelJncr and Miss Anne Powell rolled tosoo Myrtle Click Ethel Jackson was the guest of Myrtle Click Saturday night Mr sari Mrs Larkin Kerby spent Sunday night with Mr Ambrose Powell un ily I ntmiinr Feb BThero arts snow on tho ground Monday shoo mouth deep David Gablmrd says Its n nice time to hunt rabbits Ben Gabbled went hunting Wednesday and killed three rabbits Jacob Gabtard Is almost down with La Grippe T L Murrla nnd little son Willie are very poorly with pneumonia There was a big play at Ned Lakes on Hooton Branch Saturday night Among those present wero Luna Eva and Suran bakes of near Evergreen They report a nice timeJako Gabbard Jr of Indict Creek gave the young folks a social Saturday night All enjoyed hem selves Dollle and Minnie Angel of Mlddlcfork visited friends nnd robs tives of this plac Saturday and Su- ndaySitha Angel entertained quIto a number of young folks Saturday ev onlng Nannie Gabbard of this place visited her slater Mrs W M Isaacs of Waneto SaturduyiMr and Mrs Edward Gabbard and little daughter Bertha were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Mends Friday night Mr and Mrs John Marrla of naar Middle fork were tho welcome guests of their son T L Marrls of thjs pike Wed nesday night Mrs W M Hufloy Sr visited Mrs Isaac Stephens Friday James Angel of Shop Branch stayed over night with Laughing Jake Gab bard Tuesday MADiSOn COUNTY 1UCKOHY 1LAINS Feb 8Ellx Johnson and wife have been sick with La Gripe for the lat two weeks Ell Qprnellsoa Jr and wife are visiting Jim Ell Cornelison and family this weekAHce Clark la the guest of J A Adama anil fam- Ily James Herndon returned hum from Klrk8vllleiMrs Evans of Jauk son county has been the guwtNof her son Plus Evuns sal family since December She will remain for a while longer nnd then she will la1q- tor BraUhltt county for a vlslitr Frank Abney and wife wrote the guaata of Mrs Abneya iuwnta Mr and era Pleas Evans last week Mrfl Da Maupln is sick this week with Ln Qrlppe JJm Ell Cornollwn Is very tick thief week Mrs Minnie Mitchell lias been very sick with pneumonia John MoKeehan and Ida Fllneham were married In Berea Wednesday January 30thllnJ John Johnson and little son Stanley are on the alok Bat this week Ida Mnupin has returned from a weeks visit with her slater lad other relatives at Whites Station Mrs n L Potts Is visiting her mother Mm Todd Rt Richmond Sir Clevo Roberta and Miss aiIlIeFllntib m were married Thursday January Hat Bcttio Miwcby Herndon who rita ill a few days has recovered Mlllard Maupln spent Friday night with Dan Muupln Mra Le Maupln will leave shortly for Bloomington 111 U visit a tow weeks with relatival bcreMrs Olllv r MoWllltenw and laughter Cootie spent Wednesday evening with Mrs J R Moupln J R Maupln sold a beef to Thos Taw ers and John McWllllom Mrs Prank Brown was sick the past week DDLUT1I Feb 7rThe ground la covered with snow and It Is a fine time for sleigh tdingMr and Mrs John Lomb war the guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Lake Saturday night end Sunday Mr Will Gay was shot and Instantly killed last Friday night by Mr Penis We extend our sympathy to the bereaved onelLElta Turner was the guest of Etta and Vickie hikes Friday night Mist lib Lamb has been visiting her slater at Combs this week Hanson Lakes spent the night with Homer ekes Thursday Mr and Mrs Elmer Turner spent the days last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sylvester Lamb John IAmb was la Richmond Monday and bought four hood of nice cattle Ed Stivers Is very sick this week Little Zepra Lear la visiting her sister Ida last week We are glad to say that Mrs Joo Lewis who has been very poorly with typhoid fever is getting well agalnMr and Mrs Baal Van Wlnklo are making their homo now at Mr Sylvester Lambs OHn enra Lamb Is with her slater Lucy this week Nora Lakes was the guest of Debbie and Lizzie Lear on Satur day night Miss Lizzie Wes is on the sick list OHIO NEWS- HAMILTON Feb 9There seems to have been a general complaint of La Grippe this weeK among the people ftore1 Mrt Pv M Reynolds and Jas Gabbard have had La Grippe but both are convales cent Albert and Frank Moore of Owsley county spent Sunday afternoon with Meredith Oabbard and family Albert having just returned from n trip home where ho went to see his mother who has been very sick Mrs C P Reynolds it visiting at Mr P M Reynolds In memory of the late President Wm McKinley Carnation Day Services were held In the Ocr nail M E Church in South Front street Various phases In the life of Presldeat McKinley were discussed Commencement Day Exercises for the Hamilton High School graduates of the claw of IQOG1 wero held last Thursday In the Jefferson Theater l1e y n An Important meeting was holt Fri day night at tho First M E Church under the auspices of the Weslty Brotherhood The chief address WIll given by former Governor Janus E Campbell who spoke for a grown Hamilton discussing annexation ch- Ic Improvement more parks and othci vital questions of tml3rtnncoltll1U1- bron shown by recent statistics that Cincinnati Is In the laid among Ohio cities In business done lay Natlnml flanks receipts showing a hrgo in crease In Cincinnatis business an oom pared with Cleveland Toledo Columbus and other cities In Ohio Start a Good Citizens League A Letter to tan Mountain People Continued from fiat Pngc1 ingA cannot bo hold But if you wore organized and hada good earnest man in onch county for president ol tho Good Citizens League of that county some ot you could meet on court days you could write letters to The Citizen and your county pa pars expressing yourselves and I am sure that tho right would grow anti you yourselves would rejoice in tho change that would take place even in H few years- I was going to suggest other things but if this one point woro gained much would go with it You yourselves would see what needed doing in each countynot always the same in every place And whet the spirit of improvement is in tho sir pseopile find ways to make tit wdrld boUer whoro they had just closed their eyes before Some of you are thinking of tho drink habit nnd wiying that is tho secret of tho trouble for oven n kind man may be dangerous when under tho influence of drink Very true But I see hint Kentucky is dealing with tho temperance nticstion hor Milf Anti OB bettor education pro rails better lawn will bu onuctod Many of you have dono your share to help When every one of us don nil ho can to help to blue and not mine this good world will roll rote tho uiilloniuin Your friendELIZA H Yoctut New Kentucky Postmasters Washington Fob t1The maldtnt pas sent to tho senate the following nomination of poatnHutera In Kentucky James H Ford Denton Albert irownlng Providence Joseph W ommbrom Horse Cnve Thomas L Vnlkor Lexington Edwin n LJpney IIgrrodburgrirgll L Bacon MtullMnvlllB Wm lf Anderson Neloholaavlllo Crushed by a Falling Tree Petersburg Iy Fob 8 Thomas orcoran a prosporoua bachelor farm or while engaged with his broUnra ncmr tbla city In foiling trees was aught underneath and ono of his loss WIlS crushed lie was removed to ilnclnnatl for treatment Corcoran Is lortyflvo years old Ho was propar ng to enter the priesthood of tho Catholic church At last accounts ho iras not expected to lava In Slant of Their Gibbet Bowllns Oroon Ky Feb 7W n lotchor nnd Guy Lyon two Logan county prisoners who havo boon In jail horo since May 180B charged with aaault upon Mary Gladden a Gorman girl have been taken to RusacllvlIIe hero they will bo hung on tho pith Tho scaffold has been erected nnd Its arranged for tho hanging of both at ho same time Trainmen Get a Raise Roanoke Vo Feb nIt Is an tounccd that tho Norfolk Western railroad company has Increased the rages of Its cnginccon brakemen and conductors The amount of tho ncrcaso Is not stated Lost year all tho men received on advance of 10 per cent Eloped with Girl of Thirteen Whllesburg Ky 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