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I r e- r t 1 OBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOVOB S BEREA PUBLISHING CO i I IINCOIIIO1IAtltl1o niger g 0 actassmamcnalkrBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBO ArlIummd VIII Five cents copy BEREA MADISON KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 21 Dollar a year No 80 ti i 1 FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho famine in China Is fluo to ox n t I lying area that covers about 50000 square miles In this district with nu estimated population of ten mill ions tho crops have failed partly or wholly and hero will not ho another crop until May or Juno It is eat mated that of tho ten million people affected by the amino lour millions are starving The now Shah of Persia has had a clash with tho Parliament Persias first Parliament over tho point of a recognition ou his part that the country is now under constitutional government Tho Shah hesitated over thin fearing that tho ne demand would be for a republic Finally when rioting had sot In at Tabriz Teheran the Shah awed ed to nil demands of tho Parliament Armed conflict has begun ln Cent ral America and tho troops of Gen Bonilln President of Honduras were defeated Tuesday by tho forces under t pen Zolaya of Nicaragua IN OUR OWN3COUNTRY Womans suffrage almost carried in the Indiana Senate a bill giving women tho right to vote being de touted by the margin of only two Tho Senate has passed n Borvico pension bill and tho House of Hepro sontativeo has agreed to it by a of 100 to 20 The bill provides the of pensions to nil stir vivora of the Civil war and the MOl icon war whether they aro disabled or not or whether they wore wound ed or not This will add to the an nual pension expenditures 10000 000 or 0000000 but this will gradually diminish nod finally cease altogether for two monster battleshipo till louse Friday passed tho Naval somethinlikeTho Treasury surplus for tho firs seven months and a half of the prea- cut fiscal year amounts to 37000000 is steadily increasing- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Petitions asking a local option olec lion in Davies county anti the city of Chvousboro have boon filed with th e County Judge Oivonsboro has more than forty saloons The total appropriation for the State of Kentucky iu tho Rivera and Harbors Bill has boon Increll8tJl- l2j2OOO by tho Senate for tho im provement of the Big Sandy river Tho Republican State Convention for tho purpose of nominating Stain ticket will be held in Louisville Wed nesday Juno SO MIUUJ county con bo held Saturday Juno 22 and tho basis of representation in tho State convention will bo ono delegate for each 100 or fractions over 60 votes cast for Roosevelt electors at tha 1007 election Loading negroes came before tho Republican State Committee at the mooting in Louisville and tho race for tho Republican nomina lion for Governor because of their position in tho separate coach and Bores College cases They maintain that tho negroes would bolt either man To Stop the Thieving A gang of boys or moo has stealing keys pockets break ing into rooms and ottices of the tow and college for some time Las- Sunday night two boys woro soon going through tho trunks and pro petty ofetudeats1n the were to bd oramiatfl before tho Grand Jury at Richmond informs J yotbeenJ STOUT NOT TO TRY POWERS Decides He Can Not Preside at Trial of Ooebelt Slayer Lexington Ky Feb16rin tho Scott circuit court at Morgantown Circuit Judge It L Stout decided that ho could not conscientiously try the cane ot Caleb Powers charged with the assassination of Governor William ft Ooebol In 1000 because ho had been connected with the trial of James Howard on the same charge and had since then consulted with Attorney Franklin for tho prosecution as to many points of tho case Special Judge Robbins will now probably call the trial term for some time In the summer The defense I wtfhed Stout to try Powers while p4 UM proiecutloa objected i 1 THE CITIZEN r IVol nearlyhundred bJMrDurton BolectlnRdellgntM JudgoEdward Wednesdayl IS HONESTY THE BEST POLICY Does it pay to be honest Doesnt it sometimes pay better to be dishonest Yes often so long keepfromIt doesnt pay to be a little thief Most everybody will be against you and there will be some people bigger and punishedAthe chance to steal a great deal Hell be doing time in jail for stealing a little If you want to make dishonesty pay wait until you can steal a million dollars and wait till you are smart enough to it according to law the way the millionaires sometimes do Think what you could do with a million dollars stolen according to law canttthat you put clothes over your body than you can now tho your body might not be any more comfortable for that you could have a finer house to worry about tho that might not make you any happier you would have more youlovedand all the time you would have a thief for a companion by day and a badfellow at night familyYthielhe is always a little fool I If you want to try being dishonest you can be a big thiefand then you enjoylivingthen after that as long as your spirit lives then dishonesty wont for you You would best use all your strength t erbecome honest and all the honesty you can ge will pay On to Richmond Ktchmond Ky Fob 10 Editor of The Citizen Tho qucs Uon concerning the liquor truffle Is ono ot Importance at this pHoo now Tho citizens In favor of Iran havey1 u a ng have to compote with tho Influence of twelve salooua glmtger will bo victory on nexttTho churches of thla phco are doing j much to old the cause ot Ijocal Op lion The clllzona ore themselves In one body realizing the truth of the motto United we stnnd but divided we fall With tho zeal and Intercut they ore putting Into their work their victory U sum The State Normal School at this place Btinda rmdr to nny aid It Dan to help support the cause of the right The faculty and students signed a petition pledging their std and tak lug In that the voter of IUch shploonsTho writer notes with plooffuro the excellent work that Is being done by the Qistcrn Kentucky State Normal School The peoples of East Kentucky should feel proud that they hue vuc seeded In securing such a ochool and should be mpccbially proud of the splendid ficully that conducts It Sue cere to The Citizen and Its readers LBTCHER OABBARD A Letter from C B Moore Stltes Idaho Jan 12 To the Young Meo and AYnmcn Who Head The Citizen listen to on who tools a deep Interest In your web tare and well remembers when he wtJ and can appreciate the In croaslfrg danger to which you are ex posed nu our country becomes more densely populated honor and obey your parent From thorn you received the first kind attentions ot humanity Dy them you have been ted clothed and preserved under God from your helpless Infancy yourtcaret felt no anxiety and realized no blessings their anxiety care and love Impelled thorn to watch over you and Mecumsquarry of Ignorance In which your In Intyour powers from the darkness ol nature to the Hsht of In telligence If your parents are Chriatliae they have taught you the necessity ot shu ntng all rice and reposing your trust In the Redeemer For all this your hearts should swell with gratitude you owe them a debt you can best pay by loving honoring and obeying them find departing from all evil and walking In the of wisdom vlrtuci nnd truthImprove your minds by acquiring a good storo ot useful knowledge If the tree put forth no blossoma in the spring wo Etcher no fruit la autumn If the springtime of your life piaaeB without Improvement It the vain ol luremewls and trifling amusements of this deceitful and delving engross your minds to the exclusion of salutary improvement the dark w of Ignorance will remain stamped upon your mental juvwra and will moat likely push you Into the murky waters of shame anti disgrace At tho week diy and Sabbath school Improve your time love your teacher and fellow schoolmate en deavor to be first in your class 11 In harmony and puke with every one shun all vice resist every temptation to do wrong awl boar atrongly I mind that you will soon take ou places become fathers mothers teachers minister Btjitcamcnn gov ernors preeliiehfta and that the re rponslbllity of preserving our country and nation will soon devolve on you Header you must soon leave your homo to go out Into tho wide world to moot its temptations and contend with lie storms The privileges nnd joys you aro sow parking will soon paw away and when you have gone forth Into the wide world and tool the want of a fathers care and of a mothers love then will all the fcenpfl you have passed thru return freshly to your mind and the reniom bnxnco of every unkind word or look or thought will give you pain Try then to be au affautionate and obedient child Cultivate those vir tues which will prepare you for use fulness and happiness in your mntu- en year Lot theeo reflections raise you above trifles that only amuse with out you faun to be me end women while you are boys an girls Above the DlbJoo sock religion and remember your Cre ator In the days of your youth that your years nuT be long prosperous useful nnd happy Your friend C D MOORE Bereas Friends In the East A notable gathering of the I06t0I3lastEliot of Harvard Bishop Lawrence President Frost Rev Chas F Dole i Rev John H Denison and Mrs Julia Ward Howo The special subject was the burden bytheof it which necessitates a separate provision for colored students The necessity of educating colored pee pro and the great improvement shown by tho colored people whore they have a lair chance was ftil ly shown Where tho colored people are numerous and where white peo pIe aro fanatically opposed it is bettor to educate the colored by them selves Boron must be sustained in bearing extra burden We shall finally see tho AfroAmerican fully fitted for citizenship and his whiter neighbor will have his eyes Alreadytherobringing in a New South i For Rent- A good house and 20 acres of corn land J W Herndon For Rent Two nice new cottages wit mountain spring water on Prospect Street Apply to G D Holliday at tho Boron Bank Trust Co Chief Contents of This Number IAOK ONE From the Wide World In Our Own Country- Commonwenllh of Kentucky Flllorlnl1I011 Pnjr to be lloneit OntolllchniondIAOK TWO Serial The louse of n Thounnnd Candles Tho Children Department 1AOK TIIUKU Mere and Vicinity The Kevlrnl Meeting College Items Latest Market Reports 1AOE FOUR Comments The Corruptlnglnfluenceof Lurid Pouter Womnn Threefold Crown of Sorrow Cnn the Rich Jinn lie n ChrUtlnnT Political Talk- Tewpernnee totes PAUK FIVE The Ir The Sunday School Lesson PACK SIX The ftrhool Problem of the District Hchoul by Prof Utniinore The Parm Growing of Fruits The Home Some Cold Weather Illthr Eighth Kentucky IIItory Loulivllle Ezpooltlon lrogress A Sketch of Wnthlngton Tines PACK SEVEN Recent State News News from Everywhere PAGE LIGHT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence A Great Misfortune It be a great pity tor any one 0to miss tho splendid offer we have to make to ClUzon routers After we have told you what It Isthls new premium for new subscriptions end c l then tell you our you will hardly 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property farms moun tain coal or timbered lands will receive best service and prices if you place your lands for me to sell for you patronageCall JaP BICKNELL BEREA KENTUCKY j THE Berea National Bank CAPITAL 2500000 THe Berea National Bank confidently believes i it can meet every requirement of the most discriminating customs I M DEPOSITORS WILL RECEIVE AS LIBERAL TREATMENT AS IS CONSISTENT WITHjJSpTJND BANKINGGa 1 ti S E WELCH President JW FOWLER VtcePro J L GAY Cashier V l i OTHER DIRECTORS Wright Kelly J V Lambert SR BakeriW CPark i W A Haond R W Todd Jf 4 u 1 JIo t brortcnTOCOnnaSPOKeetrrst bo totem fart iiT rytlatlljGteralluIttt tiMix u4 daleo u t4ruopWlarakhltwrutanttti I I I OFJN CANDLES I I i Y Uy MEREDITH NICHOLSON rIIAHlllon ClfANCE ZttDA tie 1 CDpjrrif M imbj lbIIn1Il to CHAPTER I Continued I had no Intention of allowing him t a BCO that I rtas lrHtaled I drew out my cigarotto cdse ant passed It across J thelabloAftcjr you Thoyro made quite ppeclally for mo In Madrid You forget thai I waver use tobacco la any form You always did mica a good deal of tho joy of living I observed throwing my smoking match into lift waste jwjpcr basket to hla obvious annoy nuCC Wdt Vmthq bad boy of tho KlSrybooks Jbut Im really sorry my Jiihwllancc lias ft string Ued to It Im about out of money I suppose you vtfiildnt advance me a few thousands cm my expectation Not a ccnCJio declared with quite uimecossary Vl ot anti I laughed again remembering that in my old Rpjiralaemcnl ot him generosity had not been represented In largo figures iCfi not in keeping With your grand fathers wishes jhat J should do so 1 You must have spent a good bit of money In your tiger hunting exploits lid Added I have spent 11111 had I replied nnilibiyThanlc tjOU iiii not a clam Ive seen the world and for It and I nsk nothing of you You undoubt edly sham my grandfathers idea of tae that 1in a wild i man who cant hit aril orlead an orderly decent life cImll1I1fi1lnglQ Itooll a terrible f dlBaiiitolnlmpnt WhatB the size ot 1 tho csUtoV Pickering eyed me uneasily I i thought and began playing with a jioncll I never liked Pickerings hands they wore thick and white better kept than I like to see a hands I1n1 I roar itn going to be In his trust coumpany boxes herr I a Lave been able to find only about ten thousand dollars worth cf securities Jossluly quite ppsslbly wo were all deceived in tho amount of his fortune Ulster Theresa wheedled largo sums cwt of him and ho spent as you will Mjc a small fortuno on tho house at- J11D3ndalo wllliout finishing It It I +vasnt n cheapIropoalton and In its unfinished condition It Is practically + 3 You must know that Mr llenanngavoaway a great deal of incmey In his lifetime Moreover he established your father You know what ho LeftIt was not a small fortune asthoae things are reckoned I was reitlc3s under this recital My f Nlhorft estate had bcon of respectable hire and I had dlsslpatud the whole of IL My conscience pricked me as I recalled an Item of 40000 that I had k spent somewhere grandly on an ex I pedltion that I led with considerable KilUfaclion to myself at teat tbrough the Sudan Dut Plchorlngs words amazed me Let mo understand you I said landing toward him My grandfather was strpposed to bo rich and yet you tbll me you find llltlo property Sister Theresa got money from him to help build a school How much was that lity thousand dollars It was an i open account Ills books show the ad lint fio took no nptcs that claim Is worth I j3nccsIgood she as contends against hor Indlvldu go oat struck the right note He was1 f annoyed by iny persistence and his ap j parent discomfort pleasel rut She refuses to pay She says Mr A Qlenarm made her a gift of the ruondy Thats possible Isnt It Ho was J farovor making glfta to churches Sct JJll1t and Mhcbtoglcal Bcmlnarlns j worn a ot wcakneswHlL lilra Well iiass tliat4 If You get this 1I10ao the estatbIa vrorlk ICOOOO plus ffthlvalue ot tjio land ou there at f an I Olenaria liolwe Ms 11orthI you have me It was the first lightness he had Miown and it put tnd on guard 1 should like an Idea of Its value Kvcn an unfinished bouse Is worth fiomelhlng Land eutthcro In worth from 100 r loStVO an 1rrePlrJI uen hunt dred acres be glad to have your nppralscmcpl of the lipsghCQ you t Get there 1 HumiihJ You latter my Judgment IIclxring T rlooPi Jhllt tJtoretis y worth how much Its all In the library Your grandfathers weakness was archllecturp fio 1 enicagll r t Interposed re Mjljug my stormy Ititcrvlcws with Jobs ttSgir CJnart erdyc- holcreof lproelastyears he turned more and ruoro to his books He placed out there what Is F suppose the finest col k t ctlon of books relating to architec ture to be found ID this country That warm his chief hobb jifler church ate falra as you my rgaigaior and he rode It hard Uutlio derived a great dent of satisfaction from hla Htudiet- I lai Uvd again It was easier to liixLUiaQ to cry ovec We fiituatlon tI nupfibao ho wlniiilnip tb alt down there Riirroundcd by works oa urch lecture with the IdeA that a study of e11hoAnd alt I get Is a worthless house a hundred acres of land 10000 and a aoubtful claim against a Protestant nut who hoodwinked my grandfather into setting up a school for her Bless you heart man BO fat as my Inhcrl rnnco is concerned It would have been money In my pockot to havo stayed in AfricaThats about the size of It Hut the personal property Is all mine anything tunlViooso en the place Perhaps lay grandfather plant ed old plate and government bonds just to pique the curiosity of his heIrs Successors nod assigns It would bo In keeping I had walked to the window and looked out across the city As I turned suddenly I found Pickerings eye bent upon tco with curious Intentness I had never liked his eyes they were UK steady When n man always meets your gaze tranquilly and readily It Is just ns well to bo wary of him Yes no doubt you will find the place literally packed with treasure ho bald and laughed When you find anything you might wire me Ito smiled the Idea seemed to give him pleasure Are you sure there nothing daeT I asked No substitute no codicil If you know ot anything of the kind Its your duty to produce IL We have exhausted the possibilities Ill admit that the provisions of tho will arc un usual your grandfather was n pecu liar man in runny respects but ho was thoroughly sane and his faculties were all sound to the last He treated mo n lot better than I deserved I sold with a heartache that I hud nut known often In my Irre sponsible life but I could not afford to show feeling before Arthur Picker- Ing I tricked up the copy of the will and examined it It was undoubtedly au thentic It boro the certificate of the Upon Curious Intentness clerk of Wabana county Indiana The witnesses woro Thomas Dates and Arthur Pickering Who is Dates I asKed pointing to the roans signature One of your grandfathers dlscov cries lies In charge of the house out there and a fellow lies a fair cook among other things I dont know where Mr Gtennrm got Dates but he had every confidence In him The man was with him at the endA picture of my dying alone with a servant while I his only kinsman wandered In BtrangQ lands was not ono that I could with much satisfaction My grand father had been an odd little figure of a man who always wore a long black coat bilk hat and carried a curious silverheaded staff and said puzzling things at which everybody was afraid either to laugh Qr Jo cry The thought Bj hltn touched me now I was glad Jo reel that tits had never been a luro to me It did hot matter whether hIs estate was great or junalirJ could at least ease my conscience by obey Ins tho Uehest of the old man whoso lime Ibore and whose interest In the finer things ot life and art had given him an undeniable distinction should like to know something of Mr GlenannB last days I said ab raptly Ho wished to visit tho village where lie was born and Bates Ills companion ltd servant went to erlOnt with him He died quite and was juried beside his father In the old vile lago cemetery I aaw ntm last early In the summer I was away home and aldnot know of his death until It watt all over hates came to report It to mo and to alga time neces vary In probating tho will It bail to be done In thcjil ce of the decedents residence aad wee Went tK gether to Wabana the seat of the county In which Annaudnle lies 1VVVVVVVV wAS siletltuafterythls hooking eai the sea that had called ra II my earliest dreams of the world lay beyond It I Its a poor stake Glwaann ref marked Pickering consolingly and I wheeled upon him 1 suppose you think It a poor stake suppose you cant see anything in that old mans lIfo beyond his money but I dont care n curse wnat my In heritance Is I never obeyed any cl iny imndfathors wishes lu his lifetime but now that hes dead his last wish Is mandatory Im going out there to spend a year It I die for It Do you set my Idear Humph You nlways wore a stormy petrol ho sneered I fancy it will be safer to keep our most agroo able acquaintance on a strictly bust ness basis If you accept the terms Of the will Ot course I accept them Do you think 1 am going to make a row to fuse to fulfill that old mans last wlshf I gave him enough trouble In his life without disappointing him in hit grave I suppose youd like to have me fight the will but Im going to die appoint you He said nothing but played with his pencil I had never disliked him so heartily he was so smug and comfort able Ills oOlco breathed tho very spirit ot prosperity I wished to finish my business and get away- I suppose the region out there hu- n high death rate Hows the ma larla Not alarmingly prevalent I understand Theres a summer resort ovcl on one side of Lake Annandalo The place Is really supposed to bo wholesome I dont believe your grand father had homlcido in mind In send tog you there s No he probably thought tho rusti cation would make a man of mo Must do my own I suppose Ill bq allowed to eat Bates can cook for you hell sup I Found Ptckerlnns Eyes Bent Me With I trustworthy grandfather contemplate money I suddenly from papers I I victualing ply the necessities Ill Instruct him to obey your orders I assume youll pot havo many UestsIn facthostudied the back of his hand Intently = while that isnt stipulated I doubt whether it was your grandfathers Idea that you should surround yourself With boisterous companions I supplied the words In my cbcorfullest tone No my conduct shall be ex emplary Mr Pickering I added with affable Irony He picked up a single shoot of thin typewritten paper and passed It across the table It was a formal acqules cence in the provisions of the will Pickering had prepared It in advance of my coming and this assumption that I would accept tho terms Irritated me Assumptions as to what I should do under given conditions had always annoyed me and accounted in a large measure for my proneness to surprise and disappoint people Pickering sum moned a clerk to witness my sIgna- ture How soon shall you take posses alone ho asked I have to make a note of It I shall start for Indiana tomorrow I answered As I rose to go Pickering said It will b 5 sufficient lfypu drop me a line say once a month to let me know you1 are there The postofilco Is Annandale I suppose I might file a supply of postal cards In the village and arrange for the mailing of one overt month lilt might be done that way ho an swered evenly We may perhaps meet again If 1 dont Clio of starvation or ennui Good by TO BE CONTINUED Wasnt Sure Mamma You should be polite dear and offer to share your candy with apa LItUeMargleIould mamma if L was sure hed be polite and refuse It l VV RETOrOIALEWLfr TO MASSACRE NEGRO SOLDIERS STARTLING TESTIMONY GIVEN RELATES CONVERSATION HEARD Gays Raidrs Dared Slacks to Come Out1 the Challenge Being Re peated Several Times Washington Fob 16 Testimony al loping plans to massacre colored not Biers at Brownsville Texas by men from the town who fired over the barracks and challenged the soldiers to come out was given by former ool diem nl the Investigation before the senate Investigating committee on mil itary affairs The mot sensational story was told by Will Mapp who was a member of Company c 25th Infantry Ho was on the stand when tho hearing adjourned for the day Mapp was asked It hoever hoard any discussion of tho shooting which caused him to suspect any persons of complicity lie replied that at breakfast on tho hl1111hoardtlon corral boss and a white roan who had been In charge of tho corral prior to the arrival of a battalion of the 25th infantry say Well It Is a good thing It happened AS It did I was out In town last night and tho crowd cam ln front of me The plan was to catch a lot of you fellows In Allisons saloon and massa cre you Mapp said that tho remark was not addressed to him and that ho did not question YoschcUe- Yoschcllo has been tubpoonapd ns a witnessWas Awakened by the Firing Before giving this testimony Mapp raid that on tho night of the shooting he had been awakened by the firing and had gone to the window of his quartos and from thoro ho saw soy eral gun flashes and tho shots seemed to be directed over thq barracks A man with a deep voice ho said shout ed Come out of there you black applying an opprobtous epithet and Mapp saId the challenge was repeated several Urn s The call to arm was then sounded end ho hurried to got dtosaod and to fall n- Uo said the shooting and time shout ing wore outside of the wall at tho end of Company Bs barracks Mapp told of the contusion In quar tern and sold that he got his gun from the rack that was broken open and was one of tho first to fall In SECRET INQUIRY BEING HELD In Connection With Condition of the Cruiser Yorktownc hollers Vallejo Cat Feb 1ftIt became known that a secret Inquiry U being meld at the Mare Island navy yard In connection with tho condition of the boiler of the cruller Yorktown Tho Yorktown had been ordered to Magda lens bay to protest American Interests In Central America but just beforo starting It cons found that her boilers were leaking badly and examination showed that 11 rivets had been removed apparently deliberately Had the Yorktown been allowed to proceed It Is said the Bannlngton horror would have been duplicated Tho flagship Chicago was dispatched south In place of the Yorktown MRS BRADLEY INDICTED Slayer of Former Senator Brown Held for Flrat Degree MurderI Washington Feb IGIrs AnnIe MBrudey was Indicted for murder In tho first degree for the shooting ot former Senator Arthur M Brown of Utah at the Raleigh hotel In this city on the pith of last December causing his death on December 13 Sits Bradley probably will be ar raigned under tho Indictment eomo time next week Hqr trial will not take place for per haps two months She Is at picaent confined in the district jail pore Broke Richmond Va Feb 18There was Ii harrowing scene nt tho hanging At Farmvllle of Moses 11111 a negro convicted of tho murder of Postmaster John Oruhb Hill weighed 275 pounds The rope broke he walked calmly bark to the scaffold when it broke a second time and lia died in agony on the ground German Activity Excites France Paris Feb 1G1a the chamber oi drputltt M Lcfcbure complained that ithe people of the department of lit please who would have to sustain the first shock la a war with Germany were greatly exirelaod by the activity Of the German on the frontier betaken LongwyJI nd Montmedy OldTlme Jockey Killed lean Francisco Veil IGTJ1e Aral fatality of the racing season occurred at Emeryville when Prod Ross i crack jockey hi the early 80s war thrown from lily horse Instructor In a nosIl1SDenial Made In Tokyo Tokyo Fpb 16Jt Js denied lined upon good authority that Japan has ligrpcd to tiny solution of the 8ai Fraachso pmerleru ddreeAiac upon re atrlcttfti W the adMfsiheof Japwej r IklMucre to Use Wilted States Af PUZZLE FROM THE ENGINE YARD I Most boys are Interested In locomo fives and railroading and will take de light In working out the following problem and perhaps the girls would like to help The accompanying ills gram rcperesonts the engine yard of a railroad company Cut out the eight locomotives and placo them upon the numbers In the diagram corresponding to the numbers on the locomotive These engines are only allowed to be A PARLOR TRICK How You Can Make Smoke Appear to Go Through a Glass Ye take It for granted that you do nqt smoke yourself but It Is Just pos lblo that your elder brother or your uncle may do no If there la In your family any person who smokes you can turn this habit to good account by asking tho smoker to help you per form a pretty little trick which will afford not only amusement but some scientific Instruction Tho smoker IB to undertake to blow smoke Into n goblet which you hue covered lightly with a Plato or mu cot It Booms quite Impossible 4oent It T You put tho ptalQ on the mad at tho name Instant the IObletI standing several feet aWay vigorous puff In the direction of the glass and lot the glass is Oiled with a aloud of white snloko or what looks like smoke Uut It isnt smoke at oil It Is a cloud of Sine particles of a substance known as sal ammo niM or muriate of ammonia or am monks chloride which you havo prow ably taken mixed with licorice as a remedy for coughs and colds Sal ammoniac U a compound of am monia and muriatic or hydrochloric acid Now how did this white powder got Into tho covered glass It was formed there explains Good Litera lure because before you put the plate on you put n few drops of murl tlc acid In the glass and moistened the bottom with a little ammonia Now ammonia Is really a gas Tho liquid ammonia or spirits of hartshorn with which you moisten tho plate is a solution of ammonia gas In water Hydrochloric acid Is also a gas really and tbe liquid acid which you put In the glass Is a solu lion of it- These two gazes evaporate from their solutions come together and combine to form the cloud of solid white particles of sal ammoniac which looks BO much like smoke THE MAGIC GLASS How It May Be Lifted In the Outstretched Palm While Full of Water Pour water Into a Wino glass until It Is nearly full and place tho palm of your hand squarely over the mouth of the glass taking care to bend your The Two Positions fingers at a right angle as shown In the lowar Illustration Still holding your head firmly upon the glass says the Chicago Dally News stretch out your fingers sudden ly In a horizontal position and this win produce a partial vacuum under the palm which lIhperf1lltOU Waft the slaaalrolll1tM able J stationary at tho nine points indicated one of which Is at present vacant is required to move tho engines point to point one at a time In Itimoves no that the number of tho engine shall be In numerical round the circle with tho central loft vacant Hut one of tho engine j has had Its fire drawn and therefore 1AndBoys Life Brigade ti Temporary Houte for Fire Drill e i A very original and useful organiza tlon for boys which Is making great headway in tho Sunday schools nt Great Britain is the Boys Life Bile guile This picture shows a company of limo brlgado boys at fire drill A tem porary house has been erected and some of the boys Ira shown in Ute act of scaling It with ladders and hacking away Imaginary burning rat tens while other boys are seen carry lug from tho burning building Imaginary Inmates whom they ore supposed to have rescued Then In connection with the drill IB the ambulance work which allstho boys are taught to do Tile means says time Los Angolca Time that they will know not merely hoIto rescue people from burning houses but also how to restore them to health J nail oven life In case they have heest I Injured or prostratedtThe boys wear a brigade and many companies have made a t great reputation for fire TJrlll work Wouldnt this organization bo a Rue thing for American Sunday schoolboys He Knew The pretty teacher was trying tlt explain tho difference between good conduct and bad says Youths Com pardon Good actions she explained are lho lovely flowers Bad ores are tbo weeds Now can any little girl tell mo the difference between flowers and weeds What are flew r eraT What are weed 1 tWeedsSaid Waller who hat been straggling with the sorrel la his mothers garden are the plants that want to grow and flowery are the ones 1tdonL The Cows StemsiEthel aged three a miss from the city was spending a few days at the faros One morning says tho Farm Journal she was watching aunty milk tbe cow She asked Where doea you get the milk aunty Aunty pointed to the teals and said I squeeze these an4themUk cornea outsThear Ethel Bald Your cewhigot lotebf stems hasnt It attatylt VT ookokokokokokakokokokokoKokokol + okakarokoKokckokokoko- o RAZORS i oo K ioIt 0o aIt 0 i IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A FINE RAZOR x o 0 Ono that will givo ontiro satisfaction como In and see 0- x Our Now Assortment o 0o I 0 WE HAVE THEM AT 100 TO 250 x r o- Y For tliowj who prefer the regular stylo razor and yet havo a o o safety guard attached tbo Curly Safety Razor In tho thing nt 250 g- Bf The Gem Safety Razor with seven sharp blades is OH goxxl as x o- o o any 500 Safety Razor made Our price 150 S- tf It 0 While you aro purchasing n razor remember that thoro ore ROV 2 i oral other things uccoBsary to complete as having outfit Strops 0 2 lather brushes soup talcum powder and cold cream are hero In a 0 ft 0 variety of brands nnd prices o o x Pocket Knives 2 o- S o c 1 o Wo havo a largo now assortment of Pocket knives at prices jj s xou NO Y i o- I O Porter Drug Co INC II o X ao1107s0i1o10i1o11oS10I 1 000000000000000000000000000i J 0 0 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o S t e AAAAAAA At 000000000000MIMCII Ted Cook stud Nina King woro In Richmond Monday afternoon Mr Earl Spink nnd Claude Do 11IInum of WilltainHburg wero Bcrca over Saturday and Sunday Mm Matilda Cook hat purchased the vacant lot between Mr Crawfords and Mr Wests property on Center Street Sho contemplate having now building eroded right away Mrs S R Baker is in Cincinnati this week laying in her stock of Spring haU A great many of our Citizens are Buttering with La Grippe 1 Tho Clio Club was entertained at tho homo ot Mrs Dr Baker last Thursday nftoruoon r Grace Ogg is very sick with whoopingcough Wo are glad to BOO W D Logadon out again and ablo to attend to busi llpellImountains t this week buying up cattle Mr Jim Dlack of Speedwell in visiting Mr J n Jackson nut tam I fly Miss Rhoda Gilbert of Speedwell spout n part of last week with Miss J lon Jackson Miss Ethel Todd Boss and Graco Hays wore in Richmond Saturday w Rev Baker of Lexington preach ed at tho Glade church last Sunday morning instead of Rev A 0 Gor don who was ill Mr Gordon will preach the first Sunday ot next monthDr and Mrs P Cornelius loft Monday for a trip to Oklahoma nUll Florida which will last about four t weeks W F Kldd and Mrs R R Rob inson wore in Richmond Tuesday on business When the Hair Falls Then Its time to act I No time to study to read to exper- Iment You want to save your heir and save it quickly tool So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes M the scalp healthy The hair stays In It cannot do any thing else Its natures way The beet tilad of a testimonial Bold for over sixty year I IAalW 11AIII ItllJers SARSAPABIUA PILLSIP5cTORALI i 11 11 II OWUQUWUWWUWWWWWWWWWW W 0 L Hanson and company will lay In a now supply Qf dry goods and notions next week Mr O A Stewart of Wildio was In town Tuesday on business Mrs Sam Mason of Corbin Ky Is visiting friends and relatives hero Tho Town Hoard mot last Saturday night Mr E L Robinsona resig nation an town clerk was accepted and tho Board elected Mr O W Sbockloy to fill tho vacancy Mr Robinson bas served very faithfully for tbo years but on account of tho ties ot the post office la notable to serve any longer Mrs E B Wallace received n lot tar Monday from her daughter Margaret who has been visiting her sister In Guthrie Okla for the past seven months saying that she would bo homo Jn a few weeks IMnni of Pmlilent and Mn Frost President and Mrs Frost have a number ot important engagements to speak iu tho interests ot Berea In the vicinity of Now York this spring Ills cousin Mr E H Frost of Yonkere noar Now York City is to sol11eIa emperary near tho great city Tho President will not be prevented by this ar rangement from nding a good- deal of time In Boron but our stu dents and citizens will be sorry to see rather lose than usual ot Mrs Frost The Iterk fit Meeting The special meetings opened last Sundaynight with one of tho larg list corgrogations tho Chapel has ever hold There was hardly n seat vacant on the main floor and tho gal lery was wolf filled nearly twelve hundred people And they hoard a stirring message from God thru Rev George Soltau Monday and Tues day nights the attendance was very goodand tho interest is deponing and Increasing rapidly Conver sions are taking place and many professing Christians are stirred up to stronger faith and renewedac tivity The meetings continue every night except Saturday at 730 thru tho first part of next week Mr Sollau spoke to united chapel Mondaymorning lower chapel Wednesday Till March 1 Mr Shadoln will be able to make special terms to prospective purchasers of the Oliver Typewriter 10 to IB per cent may bo saved on tho cost of a machine by purchasing now- Americas Pump In India The United States Is now sending each year to India by direct shipment about 50000 worth of pumps and pumping machinery most ot which Is Imported through Bombay j 0 t Ir fh 4 oeosoeooooeoeoeooooo 0 f College Items f o 0 HERE AND THERE e o 0 =0 oooooeoooooooAndrew Jesse Main Fred Hitter Carl Kirk and Sec Gamble will attend the Y M 0 A convention at Frankfort Ky from Friday until Monday Miss Moore of the Hospital led the- Y W 0 A meeting Sunday night the subject being Service Miss helpful Mr and Mrs Gamble leavo Friday morning for Frankfort Ky whore Mr Gamble has charge of the music at the State Y M C A Convention Mrs Lylo and sou visited Borea over Sunday Jessie Bullock who was sick in the hospital and loft school has re turnedJames Anglin Boroa John and Oliver Mossor of Girdlor Knott JeURICreekEach of tho Model Schools is pre paring a WashingtonLincoln pro gram for Friday to bo given in their schoolrooms JAPS RESIGNED General Public In Island Empire Not Much Concerned Toklo Fob 19Tho passage of President Roosevelts passport bill by tho lIonato of tho United States was BomlolBcially announced this morn In It Tho leading newspapers toddy explained that this action by the United States government IB perfect ly legitimate and In accordance with treaty stipulations It Is alsQ pointed out that the promise of success of the judicial procedure In tho school ques tlon IB lessening The newspapers thus far have refrained from making comment on this latest news from Washington It Is believed that the emigration companies will combIne to attack the governments attitude It an agreement is reached with America on tho basis proposed It Is thought that tho general public wRHo regret ting tho solution of tho San Francisco school question taking this form will calmly resign Itself to tho situation Five Killed by Dynamite London Ky Feb 19Flvo men employed by the Louisville 011 Nash ville railroad in laying a double track at tunnel No C a ratio north of Hazel patch this county were killed by tho explosion of a hundred sticks of dyna mite which they were thawing by a fire Tho bodies wero blown to atoms fragments of flesh being found in the tops of nearby trees An Ohio Execution Columbus Ohio Feb lfiFred Can tor convicted of killing Police Officer Dan E Davis while fleeing from a Columbus residence which ho had robbed In June 1905 was electrocuted In tho annex at the Ohio penltenUary a few minutes past midnight THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 75c No 2 red 70Hc CornNo 45c OatsNo2 mixed 40Hc Hay Clover 1500 1700 timothy 180002000 millet 120001100 Catuo250650f- logs500716 Sheep 2600525 Lambs 5000725 At Cincinnati WheatNo2 red SOc Corn No 2 4Gtfc OatsNo2 43c Cat tle 4500560 Hogs 4600717 Sheep200 0 C25 Lambs 460tf 786 At Chicago Wheat No 2 red 7Cc CornNo 3 44c OatsNo2 39c dot tieSteers 150700 stockerS and feeders 2600480 Hogs 50007110 Sheep 3000600 Lambs 0000 7CO Livestock at New York Cattle 4750626 Hogs 6900 760 Sheep 4000525 Lambs 6750765 At East Buffalo CatUeMO625 Hogs 5500 740 Sheep 3000575 Lambs 600 0776 Wheat at Toledo MaySOUc July SO Vic cash77ic I Letter from Arthur Itiixter mitt Tliumna Vrhncli tenu0aly Fla Feb 1- Dial Cltlzen1rimiis a fbw of our friends who raid The Citizen would like to know imcthlugof our where kilwuta MS we tttt hurriedly Jlondiy night last at 1221 p m Six oclock fuettday morning found us In Knox ville lean Learning that Wtl bud about seven hours to stay in the city we ullllzwl tUe time visiting Knox vllle College there we met many of the boys and ClrJii who were once stu dents of U roa Cpllege AB far as Uw time would permit we visited web of them ibi thalr respective class rooms and found thaw nil dung good work Wo also visited Mr and Mrs Hoff man whom many of the lima cltlzsn know They have four children at tending ICaaxvlllo College We had a fine triii the entire journey spend- Ing quite a time In Chattanooga and ham reaching x 1enaaoola at six oclock Thuroduy night The weather Is tine and fresh vegetables can be found in abundance The city was bidly duniged by a terrible morn last September which makes the prospects good for carpenter work fOr quite a while We spent today vlow Ing the city and its beautiful sur rounding Pensacola Bay the docks and the peculiar buildings of SIMII Uh architecture going ulunrd a few of the ships and ocoin Bteanttra We shall not take any more of your time just now but will give you more of the pirilcularfi at another writing We aro sincerely your friends THOMAS FRANCIS ARTHUR BAXTER Our address for the present is 700 W Belmont Street Pentiienla Fla i Trial Made Him Insane Rockford Ill Feb I8His mind wrecked by reading of tho Thrive case August Ludolph of Jancsvllle Wls was locked up hero Ludolph said he was on his way to New York hav ing accepted a fee of 500000 totes tify as an export in insanity Ho said his evidence Would clear Thaw Racehorse Brings High Figure Lexington Ky Fob 18L V Hnrkncss has sold to Steiner Mater of Lima 0 tho noted racehorse and sire Mobel 210U by Moko dam Chestnut Bell by Red Wilkes Tho price Is private but it is reported to be about 110000 Fix Date for State Convention Louisville Ky Fob t6uTho Republican I stato central committee has decided to hold tho convention for nomination of state officers In Louis villa on Juno 26 next I Policemen Kill Each Other nogorsvtllo Tenn Feb 16Police man James Wright and James Dorrett of Mlddleboro Ky shot and killed each other In a raid on an alleged gambling resort Large Store Burned Glasgow Ky Fob 18Flro time tically destroyed tho BerryHughes Dry companys store The firm estimates tho loss at 100000 Public Sale As I am so situated that I have to brwkUI housekeeping I will on Satunlny Fbrunrjr 23 looT On the premises offered for pile to tho highest bidder my house and lot In KLrksville Madison county Ky This is a desirable piece of property consisting ot a substantial two story brick house with G rooms summer kitchen and pantry lll In good repair wdtli beautiful front yard good horse lot rich garden with good out buildings and a nevert lUng cistern of the bert water Up high above any malaria in a good quiet neighborhood No whiskey of any kind sold In or around Klrksvillc The people of Ktrksville and for miles around It can not be excelled for quietness sobriety and Christianity It has four churches Presbyterian Methodist Baptist and Christian and Is a thriv ing business village with one bank doing a good business one drug store one harness and saddle thai two blacksmith shops two undertakers two doctors ono butcher shop two largo general merchandise stores a good public school la the Village TERMS Onethird cash one third Jan 1 1903 onethird Jan 1 1909 with C per cent from dateIW A ANDERSON W P PRBWITT Auctioneer kkkkKkkKkkkkkkkkkKKKKKkk I LkM kkkkkKKKt + kKkKkkkkkk r L WHO SAID GROCERIES I i IorW D LOGSDON e 4 When you want good things at low prices hes the man v to talk with 5 gTryWhite Rose Flour per Sack 1 50 ia Pint Cups 15 All orders taken before io oclock will be delivered before noonA All orders taken between io and 3 will be delivered afternoon i II Logsdons UptoDatc Grocery Store ityt1t111s1101 1111kkSC1111111t1tkkkSl7Fitlt t h c J y L HLk L I I 4 c I 3 i Ododo +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o D +o +o+o +o+o+o +o+o+ofO+Ofot 0o I BI3RBA BANK AND TRUST CO t 1 1 o t j CAPITAL 5000000I I SURPLUS JOOOOOO I n + I t REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT I 1Io I 1 i andoI 1and soils town and farm property on a commissionAonly o S We have listed for sale the most desirable Blue Grass f 0o buildinglots oIj 0 odesireo a call will pay you 1 11booohaving property to sell will do well to list the t0 same us and it will be disposed of in a most satisfagr 11 tory manner at the highest market price without any effort + I on your part 0- I O I I 0 s TRUST DEPARTMENT I 0The Trust Department is prepared to take entire or i atot101 YOUII0 to We are also qualified to act as executors of estates to I receive and administer trust funds act as and o p administrators examine and approve titlesr0 t INSURANCE DEPARTMENT o We write all kinds of fire tornado life and accident o insurance in the bast and strongest companies 1to goj1 to fully protect you dont delay another minute 0but see us at once 9 Q IoookokokoKokoltokokokostokokoRoaokokokoKokokokoKokokokoo ooiIr WANTo 1 ox s GROCERIES o 00 GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED x ETOANY PLACE IN TOWN It 0 t GoldenuBest Granulated Sugar per lb l osc w o Best Canned Corn per can 050 i AGENT FOR NAVEN LAUNDRY o roroatoroataatoteoa k J B Richardson fi f o I0 okoJcxc kokokokOkokokokolROatokokox ooooSoooooooooooooooooooooo s- ITi PAYS TO BUY ANOTHER i 0o SUIT NOWaCHANGE OF DRESS IS A GOOD THING AND AN EXTRA SUIT OR TWO BREAKS THE w MONOTONY OF ONES DRESS i0 THE NEW CASH STOREo will beginning January o nth and continuing until o ohaveo SEMI CLEARANCE SALE o oClothingWe have made it a posiglive rule not to carry 10Styles 0giveconsider it a valuable ad vertisement for our store to give the Clothing Values that we are offering during this Clearance Sale Our reduced price does not mean reduced value We have not space to give prices bU we invite you to come visit us and see the tibargains we have to you Dont forget the date I We take this to thank you for your lib 0 eralnatronale for 1006 and 0 trust you may see fit to divide with sfor iheyearI907 YOmrsprdfullyHarris Rhodus Coi0 arr nNnenNntaoaoNetaeosloasnNOllnataNnNnNOtoolaolenNno N oa French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing- We dryclean garments without shrinkage of fabric or loss of color Dyeing according to the best modern methods Largest Establishment in Kentucky Our prices ire very reasonable Gentlemen Suit 91 BO donned nod Fretted Ladle Suit 91 1O Kiul UPI Skirts 9100 up Expressage one way on 309 worth of work both ways orl 500 or mote Correspondence solicited THE PARIS DRYCLEANING COMPANY 20S301 Tike Street Covlnctpu Ity I r JfttI yj w w4 trtXi rtc J Cirtizen- t Ahmlly newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting I r Published every Thursday at Berea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mr Subscription Rates I PAYABLE IN ADVANCE t s One Year Ji w fill Months 611 Three Month S Std money by ro toflice or II mty 1 Order Rrgtitrrtd Letter oroneVDd two it =r teat ttttnpi tolijate noted Pine Pteralumn glen for new luhoctlpllonl mod prompt renewal Send for Premium List 1Ubetal terms given to any who obtain new Tor at Any one aetdingtulout II jearly tubaerjptiont cnn retieve yearAdvertising hMITMIIE or D t KENTUCKY PRESS AKSOCMTICO e t Swettenham Is pronounced Swet J num but it doesnt matter You will never have to pronounce it again P i A Los Angeles woman carries the Ashes of her husband around with her in a bag thus being always able to fcnow where he is nights t A The pltysplllens have lad a hard I time thus far in the Thaw trial but I by thls time next week the country i i wilt be kneedeep in sympathy rJ A London phylsclan says people would be healthier it they ate less I l Under tie present schedule of prices fJ they would also be much richer l 1 Whats In a name Down near Washington a woman named Bowie 1 shot a man instead of slashing him with a knlfeas would bo expected I Massachusetts man says that pea f IAis the elixir of life We have some pretty bad whisky but any that resembled pea soup ftnever and Japanese coral are man ofactured in tbd province of Genoa i fit Leghorn and Naples Italian coal Is found at Sclacca in the province of Olrgenti Sicily and the Island of Sar dlnla A man In Brooklyn has applied to bare his marriage annulled on the ground that he dldnot know atthtime of the ceremony that ho Was getting married Perhaps he thought it some kind of an Initiation hazing One ot great of golf r is its suitability as a recreation for 0the middleaged and the old A foursome was played lately on an English golf course in which the aggre gate ago of the four players was 331 years Th f competitors on one side were 8C and 80 years old and on the other side 84 and 81 The putting green makes a green old ago English manufacturers ot shoes have begun to make larger sizes for women and now a number eight Is advertised not by the vigorous nth Oetlc young women who wear that number but by the merchant who mow that the girls feet are big enough to fill such a shoe Small feet as well as a gentle voice are admirable things in women but a more ad onirablo thing is a shoe that docs not pinch j Nearly 380000000 were expended j Iilast year Upon the railroads of the United States in expansion and irt companyI1blchwill cost 200000000 when com 3 leted Not many years ago says the j Youths Companion the total annual revenues of the government were less than the amount expended on railroad improvement last year It does not look as If the capitalists think that flying machines will take the place of freight and passenger cars in the near future Every year the statistician of a Chi cago newspaper adds up all gifts and bequests to charity in this country a for the preceding 12 months Only sums of a thousand dollars or more are counted and only those gifts that have been announced In the newspa pers The total for 190C is a hundred and six million dollars This is the highest since 1901 when the total was a hundred and twentythree millions In theso big figures says the Youths Companion no reckoning Is made of the humbler gifts which those who are not rich havo been privileged to f make I To tho modern world a calendar 4s merely a harmless necessary re minder of week and days to be hung tip on New Years any and consulted T is dating letters throughout the year i It has no such mournful sound as caiendrlum had for the ancient Romans The original calendar ot their time was the money lenders ace count book socalled because Interest was due from the debtor on tho cal ends or first day of each month That Is why Seneca speaks of eaten dar as a word invented outside the course of nature on account of hug man greed TftlB a word whichmay Jielptopersuade ue that the world has grown kindlier t IlV 1J- t mIlt but tpfiul Shtfltmtr mt tIlt fnitttg nf BJitrifi jjfas r1 3 By ANTHONY COMSTOCK w i rnROM the ages of five to 21 years every childs mind resembles a camera Tine eye and ear work like lenses 1udthe brain stores up imagery of the unhcallliful aa well ns tho helpful things with which a child cornea in contact Time develops this negative and in nine cases out of ten a positive result is felt in later years As this is the case the seed of future vice and violence is planted in many young brains by fn ttent contemplation of gnyly colored flaming posters IIThese posters depicting sccnesinprisons gambling dens opium resorts and of hairbreadth and wondrous escapes mode from such places instil in the young mind a harmful idea that if these poster Jtlks can so escape the grasp of tho law surely they could do the same Many A boy has been influenced by these posters to such on extent that he has landed in prison Not long ago there was a case in Now X rk court where thd little chap admitted that he had seen pictures of safebreaking on the billboards and he thought it would be fun to try it Here was the beginning of a criminal future In all probability had that boy succeeded in his attempt at robbery flip next would have been serious and in later years he would haVe become a professional cracksman HJohtaifs ThreeTold grown of Sorrow By CARMEN SYLVA However perfect w marriage may appear something indeed its highest crown of glory is missing if the blessing of children be denied Childlessness is of the bitterest trials in a womans life and few can tell how hard the struggle may have been ere she learned to resign herself to her lot To make it harder still to bear the absence of this link the fact that not one pledge of their mutual affection has been granted them to carry on their name this their common disappointment may lay the cruel irony of fete become a source of estrangement to the unfortunate couple Even where this does not take place even if they have not drifted apart one may read the whole extent of their disappointment in the eyes of such a childless couple when they rest on the children of others 1 them the largest fam ily docs not seem too numerous it will appear to thOm that those on whom this blessing has been most richly bestowed hardly value it sufficiently And yet their sorrow to whom heaven has never granted a child is aa nothing compared to tie unspeakable anguish those parents feel who have known this highest happiness but lost it No other pain islike to this it is indeed almost beyond the power of human endurance to bear Something beyond and above mere fortitude blind absolute resignation to the Divine will alonecan enable us to bear this lasting pain We must accept it unqucstioningly for we cannot even guess the reason for which our darlings have been removed from our feeble grasp Perhaps it was that we did not rightly understand how to fulfill the conditions under which alono they could blossom to full perfection For in eternity it is souls alone that count and the one thing essential is that they should be allowed to attain their highest and best development So that if these heavens choicest flowers do not find the soil here favorable to their growth they are at once transplanted to other spheres And yet though they were lent to earth but for such a moments space that they lied not time to take root firmly here they brought into tho barrenness of our lives that sweetness which would otherwise have been altogether lacking Like this they will have fulfilled their mission and have no need to linger on our poor planet whose function it is to serve as a place of trial and probation to all the rest of us imperfect and erring creatures Too good for this world is what we arc in the habit of saying of these angelic visit ants who but brush its surface with their wings and leave us to return to the home which we acknowledge to be rightly theirs though our own hearts breakat the parting Nature has invested woman with a twofold nim bus as virgin and as mother and often bestows the martyrs crown in addition to both theee Surely this consecration should suffice for our pilgrimage through this sad world I t J II fflatt tlcmidrlhtt- tit a QUjrtatian By REV MELBOURNE P BOYNTON D D i I 1 Chlueo r ono The day has come when it can be ques tioned whether a Chris tian man has any right to bo worth more than 50000 o r 100000 After a Christian mans fortune reaches that figure he ought to give away his entire income along the lines oC Christian endeavor The rich man knows that to fellow Jesus may mean somo such programme1 as that and he is afraid of Jesus He wants hiss ante unbiles and his country club He wants a resi dence in every climate ofhis country He desires to Imy up a whole moun tain range and drive the common l copl6 out of its forests and away from its streams He reaches out for Here and yet more and all of the time he knows that no subject of tho Heavenly King would be allpwcd to do that sort of thing Consequently he is afraid of becoming one of the follow ers of Jesus Many a business man would not dare to follow Jesus because it would mean such a radical change in his business methods It might even cost him the entire affair 89hois qfraid of Jesus We uk the question Why do not more men go to church and in answering the questio we have blamed the ministers and the men already in the cnurchcs We haveJ aid the churches are not up to date and that their methods were not suth as to appeal to strong men Dut it is nearer the truth to say that the men are afraid of Jesis It is no childs play to follow Jesus Men shrinkifronithemjghtjsacrifice that such disciplosbip costs They are moro concerned for the immediate returns in Jailers lad cents thTf for their own or their fellows spiritual wellbeing a j J i r h a 1Itt 1 eTI j a N t WORLDS MILCH COW AMERICA DRAINED FOR BENEFIT OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES Enormous Sums Sent Each Year by Foreign Born Wage Earners In the United States to Their Relatives Abroadt The extent to which tho nioilcni milch cow is drained for tho hnnoflt tf foreign countries Is mall tho KUbJpo of an interesting editorial In tho New York Tribune of Jan 18 It would rnr talnly seem that she is furnishing milk for all creation In Inrronsln Quantities Tim American Economist has already shown that In tho fiscal year ending Juno 50 1900 tho hugo stint of 3G30478t went nut of the United StatoR In Iho hnpo of postal moony orders payable abroad and IRRIlrtllInto 1906 Inclusive was I219l4ftnff2 against ix total of Jll2r8rrKri for the eight leaner years from 1S93 to IROfl inclusive years made leonnr by tree trade tariff legislation Attention WI also drawn to ho fAct that with the addition of money moped In registered letters In express mo hoy orders end in bank drafts of small amounts the total sent back to Europe by our foreign born waGO earners would prob ably not fall far short ot J10000000 In 190C From figures published liy tho Aus troHungarlan Colonial society It appears that in 1903 the remittances of Austrians and Hungarians settled In America amounted to 11000000 while the gross value of AuBtroHun garlan exports to America In the santO year amounted to only = 9000000 It thus falls out that the poorly paM workers of continental Europe ylpli a far greater profit to their former home countries after emigrating to tho United States than If they had never emigrated It Is moreover trne ns tho Tribune points out that n considerable percentage of our Immigrants remain in this country only long enough to accumulate savings that will enable them to go back and spend the remainder of their lives In thn motk4r laud All told tho money remitted abroad and the money carried abroad by returning wago earners must amount to a rather formidable sum each year This sum must then be added to the already great bulk ot our for gufUcd charges such as payments to foreign steamship companies for carrying American passengers and freights n Umated at 200000000 a year the In terest and dividends on foreign Investments in the United States and the sums spent abroad by American tour ists When all these Items ot outgo aro footed up they reach a total to great as to seriously affect the ques tion of national debits anti credits They demonstrate the absolute neces sity of protection trade balances averaging 200000000 a year representing our excess of exports over imports It we bought where we sold as the freo traders and reformnrn would have us do If wo entered upon thin system of Increasing per foreign trade through the acceptance of larger Im ports in payment for oUr exports If for example our 1760000000 of sates abroad were canceled by 17CO000000 of purchases abroad how would we then meet our foreign fixed charges of tt least 00000000 a earT Wo could Wt meet them except by running lain Jebt deeper and deeper through bond Issues to cover annual deficits As tile ease now stands our protec tlon trade balance IB ample to fake care of our foreign liabilities and taro something over with which to buy back American securities held abroad Instead of going deeper Into debt an would Inevitably bo the case If we IUd not restrict competitive Imports hy a protective tariff we arm gradually pay Ing our debts owed abroad while at tho same time enormously Increasing our wealth at home The Tribuno proposes no remedy for the heavy outflow of American money In the form of remittances abroad by wage earners of foreign birth Nor do w know of any way to prevent foreigners from coming hero nnd naming big wages and sending thorn bark to Europe unless It bo by restricting im migration or prohibiting It altogether tn the present condition of tIm labor market when three Jobs nro looking for two men that remedy does not seem feasible Yes there is another remedy Revise the tariff downward approach a free trade ba Is reduce prices of corn modities reduce wages and tho 100 000000 of annual remittances abroad American wage earners wlllrapld jy dwindle to onequarter of that Rumor less Tho tide of Immigrants seek ing work will also tall away nut that too is a remedy which all excepting free traders and reformoro will shrink from applying So It would seem that the American cow must continue to glvo milk to nil mankind Fortunately through protection In American labor and Industry the cow has enough and tq spare It is argued that the country Is no prosperous that It Is a hall tlmo to forward the tariff as nn IKSUO In politics There need bn no trouble rIfnglt will not last 7onp Portland Me Express L When the tariff Jn rcvi d som- eycarshecgawlll rnappatora and representatives voto for a lower duty on cotton manufactures st- vl t t iro 4YaseifiMtat Y REPORT THE OUTLOOK RIGHT Continued Prosperity Certain Without Tariff Reform The luoRlilnnt of the largest bank In Iho Mhldlo Wont wrltim to the Now York TluiOfi that thin prospects for another years prosperity aro as good As they worn u year nag That seems to bo ibo general Judgment of comps tent olwcHvorfl With fow exceptions tho turn whoso fingers arC constantly In touch with the financial pulun of tlui country are ngrooil that there Is nothing In sight to I ml lento n slump In the present conditions which make for prosperity Would tills Ranio confident belief prevail If the congrosa and adolnlstra lion fleeted In 1901 hall bvcri pledged to tariff revision downward and II that congress worn now In tho closing weeks of Ita tenure nrtlvnly engaged In revising stun tariff schnitiilcx to meet tho demands of progrnsulvos and roforraoraT Would the hank continue In lend money as freely as over Would buM ness onterprlnna keep on enlarging and expanding Tbcrn Is but ono answer lo this ques lion The hanks would nut he tall ing In their loans reducing their liens of discounts nail adding to their Un employed reserves Just nit they woro doing In tho early mouths of lltM when tariff revision downward was absolutely assured 5n anticipation of trouble sure tn come Puniness enter prises would halt In con o Kfnco of a money supply kept inside oi vaults Constriction not enlargement would bo the rule It Is fortunate for the country that the party which carried the presiden tial and congressional elections In 190C was not pledged to tariff revision downward and that by agreement of tho heads of that party tariff revision cannot como sooner than tin spring or summer months of 1909 It may not Come then U should not come then if present conditions cnntlnno during J907 aril 1901 nut In any event tho country feels ufo from tariff tinkering for at least two yearn tn come and hunk presidents can con Untie to say thjt tho prospects for another ymrV prosperity are aa good as they were A year ago It Is true Uiit a revision In tariff would cause a serious fluctuation In the money market and ttyat thorn would probably be an uncertainty of affairs such as wo would not like tn stand after such n glowing period of prosperity Shoe and Leather World WHILE MEN SLEPT The Kingdom of Heaven Is likened unto a man which sowed good seed In his field but while men slept ils enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat nod went his wsyMall xlll 4 26 President and Tariff If tho president had desired to open thin tariff question ho would not havit hesitated to do BO In his recent men sage Hut wo find ono of tho longest messages on record without a mention of thin word tariff Ono paper the Don Molnes Register and leader Is of thn opinion that the president sup pressed his tariff views hccauwi offtnr that some ono would thwart Ida othor reforms If ho opened the tariff This- iI the most Ignoble motive that has so tar been attached to any ono of thn presidents acts Mr Ilnnsovoll Is not that sort of a coward Tho paper In question simply makes him appear as a coward In order to maintain its own contentions on tho tariff Cedar nAP Ids Republican A Useful Sinn Post With manufactured exports amount lug to 700000000 In 1900 more than twice the value ten yenta Warn tinder a tariff revised downward with tho double intent of reducing prices at homo and ofenlarging our salon abroad tho trado congress which as 110m bIos In Washington next week will Klart with a substantial basis to work on The business captains who arc to consider means for extending the foreign trade of the United Staten need falMnto no error an to whether or not tariff revision downward is tho right road to the and sought Tho 700000000 of exports for IflOO ought to bo a pretty good sign poEt Not Careful as to Fact if tho opening chapter of Miss Ids M Tarboir ferial nn Tho Tariff In Our Times which appears In the Do comber number of the American Mag azine Is Indicative of the spirit anti purposes of tho whole work Its meas ere may be taken without awaiting ad ditional Installments Mhsui Tnrhell Is evidently a thoroughgoing progress ive Sho displays about lid much ate fection for tho American syjlcm of protection as the average terlft ripper cares to confess Her purpose is evi dently to arouse and Intensify popular feeling against protecion and In do lag this she Is not always careful O- toher fact Des Molne Capital 907 Is a stand rear r Y r ALCOHOL AS A MEDICINE r It Is No Longer Held In Regard 1 by PhysicianV it is not more than a generation ago J that man took his dally allowance or for tho oar ifaloprising employer dispensed a modl cum of grog to his men not for their tthealth but to Increase their efficiency i But today a man who desires a high ball would hardly have the temerity to test any nos credulity by offering as an excuso that ho indulged for bust health or to promote Ids efficiency Certain notable literary have been created under the IUmulatring Influence of John Barleycorn but these were tho works of genius which must be left out of general consider alien For tho enforcement ot the idea that alcoholic beverages do not promote health but tend to injure It we are to some extent Indebted to tem 1 peranco societies hut not so much to 4 them as wo are to life Insurance com panies which place a monetary pro mium on abstinence and second the teaching of medical men and physio logists says tho New York TribunerBut while there Is no r any question that alcohol Is purely a pole son when used as A beverage by healthy persons many physicians con sidered It a drug of wide usefulness lu disease until a decade ago Perhaps no statement of facts could be more forceful In showing the change In medical Opinion than a comparison of the sums of money expended hy the London hospital for alcohol and milk forty years ago according to Sir Vie tor liorsley M D tbo expenditure for alcohql In that hospital was about 40000 a year and the cxpeditura for milk In the same period was about 1000 At the present time tho annu-al expenditure for alcohol Is 15000hand the milk account exceeds 40000 These figures represent nearly the change in medical opinion regarding the relative value of milk and alcohol It wan only a tow years afc6 that physi clans advTsed moderate quantities or whisky for those suffering from tuber culosis but more careful study ban produced a change of sentiment that was voiced by one of the speakers at the American International Congieia on Tuberculosis whose latest session war held In this city recently when he said he considered alcohol a polioa particularly virulent to sufferers from 1 this disease j Physiologists are finding by nu J meitms experiments that while aloeyhol has a certain food value this la more than counterbalanced by Its ef feet as a poison Tho researches on sZbohuman body that escapes this subtle r JpaIredwho boasts that he has had his dally toddy has reached his fullness of daysin-ot because of his habits but In spiteta of them Whether alcohol as a drug lies any fvalue In disease is seriously ques vtloned by many competent tnedloaltcmen Us decreasing use In hospital and as a drug In tho hands of physi 0 clans generally will doubtless have a certain Influence on the minds of pea y pIe nud upon their habits WORST CURSE OF ALL IWhisky Wrecks the Physical But Worst of All the Spiritual The curso of drunkenness on he side of its physical devastations has alt been abundantly deplctotd by tho advo vicates of tho temperance reform Flue amount of grain consumed in tho fmanufacture of Intoxicating liquors 1the number ot roan whoso labor In worse than wasted In producing and 3f vending them tho number of lives destroyed by them tho number of paupers and Insano persons whose woe aro traceable to this source the effect upon Individuals all of theso things aro frequently set forth with sufficient fullness in Impressive rhetoric Hut tho worst side of drunkenness says Harpers Monthly Is not that which appears In these familiar figures The most frightful effects of tho drink habit lire not 4 those which can bo tabulated In sta c tistics and reported In tho census ItaIs not tho waste ot corn nor the des truction of property nor tho Increase + of taxes nor oven the ruin of phy shoal loss of life which most Im a presses tho mind of the thoughtful ob server of Inebriety It is tho effect of vlco upon tho characters of men as it Is exhibited to him day by day In him ordinary intercourse with them It laU u the spiritual realm that tho ravaekes of strong drink are most a Makes the Criminal r President Roosevelt says The Hq p riot business tends to produce trIm ifmllty In tho population at largo rendYlawbreaking among tho f Jbodyt jzntutQI IAClnclnnatth 1 r A1astamlnlng properties up to = Boor 1 OOqtyeaHy to abet cause ofPre hitiUnited States o J4 tJ I t 5syYI 11 t f Vy4 J = c THfJ8 A WOODEN GUTTER How Most Serviceable One Can Be Constructed In Cow Stall rA correspondent of Prairie Farmer tulle of his method of constructing a wooden gutter In his cow stable Tha general plan Is brought out In tho accompanying Illustration As chbwn no cement Is used Tho stand Wooden Gutter In Cow Barn log poor for the cows Is shown at loft Hack of this Is 16Inch gutter eight lathes deep To the extremo right Is the floor of the alleyway The gutter U made by framing sides and bottom supports Bro every three teat at sides Insldo oh the framework including bottom tho colling fa ihtfdft of Slnch matched stuff cats fully planed and pointed so as to not Interfere with tho Work of tho stable men When ono desires a wooden gutter this plan Is sold to work satisfactorily A SILO SHOWING For Consideration of the Man Who Doesnt Believe In Silos Hero is a nut fi r you to crack C P Uoodrlch took a close accurate r nsus of 48 patrons of creamerfoa around the city of Pond du Lac AVIs Ho figured up nil the Items of their ePculo In keeping their cows what they fed etc Then he went to the creamery and got just what tech herd varnrd and compared them This is what ho found Them are five creamery patrons who ted ensilage No4 who made on butter 12918 profit per cow No 7 who made on butter 1405 per cow Tio 17 who made on butter 1369 profit per cow No SI with 12017 prpflt per cow and No 25 with J2779 profit per cow i Oat chtettf factory patron fed en alines No 4 whose profit on milk delivered was 1 1253 These six silo BCD averaged 9ZIA2 profit iwr cow whtta the average profit of creamery patrons wa only 594 per cow The gross returns for the silo men aver Aged J525S per cow while those Who did tot feed fcnilhine received on an average of but 3400 per cow a dif ference of f13C2 lu favor of the ODe atlato men Can anyone doubt In tho face of three facts asks Hoards Dairyman tint It will pay to build u silo Is It possible that all this gain In gross receipts and profits U because these men teed enkllnge Or Is It In part becauio those men are moro yrogrcA alve tiplcdato farmers have Dotter dairy cows study to fool a balanced ration and In short hnvo lean of old fooUtn than many of those who do sot have silos These are questions for you to ponder on and answer My own opinion Is that although I think Lay man Is making a great mistake who keeps a herd of dairy cows with out having a silo the feeding of ra adage did not and could not of itself make this astonishing difference of over 64 per cent In gross receipts and more than COO per cent In net profit STRIPPING A coif dropped through the tart imorittirf will usually make better jtrdwfh during the year than a surlwr calf The coats and skin of cows are too generally neglected but it is a rota tliko to use a currycomb at anytime No cow will yield A full flow ofe milk no matter hpw well fed If she js In uncomfortable BO oco- to her comfortIOno night and day exposed In cold wet weather will Injure a cow more than ten night lurood qoar tore cnn repair Tho dairy cows that get out only occasionally and only then to got muddy should bo brushed regularly every morning The keeping of cows means reten t lion of soil fortuity tho raising of maximum crops and prosiwrlfy for any fArm community The cow and tho sow nro certainly a groat combination tho cow giving the milk and the sow and pigs grow- ingI on the skim milk Unless cloHnllneirt is observed in ho highest degree we admit hunI dredfl of uiicorfalutlea In the manu facturo of dairy products Does Your Cow Do This Any cow falling to provide eight yi pounds of milk a day now when win tor and highpriced teed stuif are hero can hardly bo considered a dOORtI A Good Dgedo Prof Henry of Wisconsin makes a suggestion Let dairy comnmnl itiesby neighborhoods keep either Jer Holstein Guernlley or Ayrshire- l cowl excfaglvely for profit nndfconi ycnlcnco AH are good dalty breeds I l I r SrJ t lJ H 1 FEEDING THE DAIRY COW To Secure Profit She Must Have More Than Maintenance Ration It Hbould bo remembered that it re quires something moro than a main tenance ration to securo a profit Tho cow looks out for herself first of all nnd a cold stable or exposure to cold winds or storms letupns tho amount of milk by Increasing tbe tamanda of nature in keeping up animal heat In other words the cow which Is exposed lo severe cold uses up moro of her food In fuel for her body than she would If kept In a comfortable Btablo Hence tho Importance of keeping tho milch cow warm Good clover hay Is excellent for this purpose whllo timothy Is almost worthless Corn stalks possess a valuo in this direction often underestimated Good bright stalks housed before they become weather beaten are about equal to clover hay whllo the many virtues of sllaga it Is needless to enumerate Next to tho silo as a means of se curing best results with the corn plant comes shredding or putting through an ordinary feed cutter dry Either Is better than feeding whole stalks which means eo much waste Something of a concentrated nature must be fed with any kind ot roughage to secure a profitable milk flow in win terAfter experimenting with nearly every known food of this nature says a correspondent of Orange Judd Farmer I have found this to bo ono of the best Wheat bran two parts by measure corn and cob meal ono part gluten meal ono part JJJr and give four to five quarts twlco a day to each cow giving full flow of milk less to those partially dry nap to feed ac cording to the Individual and not by any set rule linen so largo a proportion of all milk In water provide an adequate supply and see that it Is pure and wholesome A cow should never be required to drink water that a human bulng would refuse Salt Is essential but should bo given by Itself allowing each animal to be Its own judge of the quantity to IMJ consumed NOTES ON FEEDING Values of Different Foods and What Should Be Fed Twentyfive cows require tl tons or sllnfia to carry them through tbo sea son If fed during the summer an added ton to the cow Is necessary While sorghum fodder Is much relished by cows still It will not compare with clover hay The former contains but lS pounds of protein to 100 pounds the latter 68 Skim milk when not diluted with water has a very narrow nutritive ratio It should not be used as an exclusive diet for the brood sows or as for that matter swine of any kind OAts at say 3G cents per bushel cost moro after grinding than bran at S3 per ton though they are not worth more for feeding purposes They would however be a good com bination with one tihird peas Mixing corn and oats in equal parts feeding fresh cow about eight pounds pert day with nil the hay each can eat and a mesa of roots two or three times a week make a Rood ra tlonNo one would expect to keep up a hardworking horse on cornstalks or oat straw The milking row expends energy lust as certainly aa a horse that Is working Wherefore though phe may rfllsh a little straw and the like now and then she should not bo compelled to seek such material for maintenance or for the production of milk and butter FOR HAULING LOGS Handy Device that will Facilitate the Work A handy devlco to help In hauling loin sill hondllag heavy Umbers shown In the cut It consists of two plccca of chain to which are at+ Inched two hooks that Ate driven Into tile leg The chains aro take toned to a heavy rIng t to which the team to hitched This little dt vice says arm and Home will wiVo much tlmo In the woods aslt cnn bd made fast to a log much quicker that a chAIn Ll theStably The ai are few stables so con structed that light cannot bo given in larger quantities than at present Many of our stables are dark holes and ihat mean also that they pro dirty Thu dark stable that Is clean Is an exception Flint give light and then It will bo easier to get the cleanliness Some of these dark stables aro so filthy that a person cannot stay in them for five taro utes without having the clothes become so scouted that It will take hours of aerating to get rid of the olli JccUonnblo smell This should not be Tho light stablo is a healthy place but the dark stable la not Light should bo let in from at least three sides Uio cast south and west The Cow Paid An Ohio man gives this torso ex perlonco Last year I fed my cow 50 worth of teed and pasture care and sublfr coat 112550 more She produced 862C worth pt butter 3 ofBklrn milk a calf worth 8 and iTanuro worth IIG Poit jjloia to 59 x 4 n 4 9tkarsrrt rrttkraaptr9t KKstr SK ABRAHAM PLEADING I- g FOR SODOM I 1 Suuiiy School Ltuon for Much 3 1907 j l Specially prepared tor this PiPit S C StR akStaR cl + t4W4444ltk4lti 1la LESSON TEXTa n U 1919 Mem ory verses OK OOLDEN TBXTM ought always to pray and not to talntLuke 13- 1TIMllAbout IS years after Init lea ion PLACE The oaks of Memre at lie bron SCHIPTUnAI nEFEnENCE8Intcr ccsfory Prayer Ex aSJ 32 341t Josli 78 Jutlc BS1 2 Sam 24Z7 1 kings 111 29 IS as 1 Chrou 2918 IS 3 Chron 9011 IM nl Dan 917 Luke 2334 Acts 70 Item 101 Eph 11619 Col 19 hot 119 etc Allusions to Sodom Dout 2923 comp 328 Isa 19 S 7 Jer 2314 4911 6040 Lam 46 Etek 1646 4S 13 K Amos 4lli HPh 29 Matt 1015 comp Judo 7 2 Pet 26 Matt 1121 Mark 611 Luke 1012 1729 Comment and Suggestive Thought- In this story wo have an oxamplo of ono way In which God trained the world to know and to realize that be Is In tho world and knows and la con corned with all that It going on here Angels ono of them belpg tho angel of Jehovah came In human form to Abraham sitting at his tent door to bring him a message of assurance and to see the great wickedness of the cities of the plain There Is nothing Improbable in God appearing In human form In the early ages of teaching spiritual things to men any more than in his coming In the human form of Jesus Christ and for tile same reason namely to Im press Indelibly and vividly upon tho human race the reality of tbo presence and power and character of God They are object lessons teaching a great truthIt has been a hard lesson to learn nnd many even now have not learned It that God Is a living power among the affairs of men and participates In them tha tho word Is true Are they not all ministering spirits sent froth to do service for tho sake of them that shall inherit salvation 7 lieu 114 and that he maketh winds his messengers his ministers a flaming flro Pan 1044 Answer to Abrahams Prayer First As in alt true prayer It was by praying and the answer to prayer that Abraham became a closer friend of God became acquainted with him Thus wo become acquainted with others by seeking the same end coun soling together asking and receiving as a son with his father Second It was answered In the escape of tat the one righteous man In the city He escaped but lost his home some of his children his flock- and herds and all his property Ieescaped a poor forlorn seemingly broken down man The poorest invest ment he ever made was In property In Sodom lie was an illustration ot the apostles appeal In 1 Cor 31215 Listen to the angels warning Stay not In all the plain It is not enough to- go outside ot the walls of the Sodom of flagrant acts of sin open crimes and disreputable and degrading vices but wo must not stay in that region but keep as far away from sin an possible from thoughts of itln from secret Bin- Listen to Christs warning remem ber Lots wife Look not back Make no delay In escaping from sin Let no regrets at the pleasures of sin stop your onward courso to the place of a holy life and heaven Sho did not merely turn her head and look while hasting away but stopped behind and the fiery storm and eruption of liquid saline mud overtook her- TbltdAbrohan1ls prayer was an swored In tho dent ruction of Sodom for that was essential to the promotion of righteousness which Abraham had most at heart and also essential to tho best good of his nephew Lot Pod often answers the soul ot our prayers while denying tho form When a little child asks his father for the moon thinking It a bright plaything tho father answers the childs prayer by glvint him the plaything which he really wants and not tho moon which be does not want for tho gift would crush him to death Giving him the moon would not be answering hi prayerGod wants all men to bo saved saved first of All from their sins for all other salvation depends upon this lie lungs for sinners to repent lie desires with all his nature that all men would so live that it may bo pos sible to savo them Hut they must be sired from Bin and not in sin There fore he sent his only begotten Son The one deadly enemy to the coun try Is unrighteousness The ancient civilizations have perished by this poison Greece and Rome did not fall till they were permeated with unright eousness And If ever there comes to pass Macaulays vision of some tray eler from New Zealand who shall In the widst of vast solitude stand on a broken arch of London bridge to sketch tho ruins of St Pauls or on Brooklyn bridge to sketch tho ruins of Now York It will bo because of un righteousness nlono- practlcoal Points Jesus BCCS the good and the evil In us as the angel of Jehovah did when ho came to Abrahams tent end 16 Sodom The wicked havoc within them the elements of their own punishment their moral natures memory conscience bud character remorse Those are often dormant tilt Gods outward punishment sets them aflame May the young see the doom of afaroftaeand not cutter the doom as the Sodomltea did nor escape as did Lot 1 AAtL r f L BEGGED FOR TWO DAYS REPRIEVE PLEA WAS IN VAIN AND CASTER WENT TO ELECTRIC CHAIR Vcnted Haugh To Share Hit Monet With Him That He Might Take His Case to Supreme Court Columbus 0 Feb 15 Hotalnlnj hope of a reprieve till the lost mo mont Frederick Caster went to the electric chair and paid the penalty for hIs crime by death at 1201 oclock In his last hours ho devoted him self to begging for a reprieve of just two days but his plea was In vain During tho evening ho was visited by his mother two sisters and a brother from Flint lIch Ho presented a calm demeanor to them and bade them goodbye as though he were going on a brief visit Instead of on a Journey to eternity When asked If he had anything to say he thanked the warden and prison officials for their courteous treatment The black cap was adjusted the cur rent turned on then death During the week Caster made an earnest appeal to Dr Oliver C Haugh tho Dayton man under suspended sen tence to death In tuo annex Haugh has money and Caster wanted him to share It with him that he might take hit case up to tho United slates supreme court No said Haugh curtly You ought to be glad to go to tho chair Why should I give you money I am not giving It to my own lawyers and I wont give It to yours Go to tho chair I say I want to and If I do not and am left In this penitentiary for life I will croak myself and that goes Yopro a lucky dog to get to the chair now x Caster was extremely bitter against those who run the gang in Canton Ho talked repeatedly of their alleged desertion of him after having so long profited by his crimes There i9 no chance of burglars working ho said unless there bo an organization among them Pickpockets and strongarm men may work Individually but the burg lar must have tho fence and the gun joint to harbor him and to dispose of his swag PROBABLY DUE TO SUN SPOTS a Phenomenal Atmospheric Disturb antes at PltUburg Pa Plttsburg Feb 15The most phe nomenal etmotphtrtQ ever witnessed hi this city occurredat J2 62 Thursday when In the midst of an extraordinary heavy blizzard sev+ oral penis of loud thunder were heard and the vivid flash of lightning came from the hmvan causing a magnificent combination of atmosphericconditions anal frightening many persons who saw the remarkable occurrence Prof John A Graxhear of the Allegheny observatory who announced the discovery of one of thu greatest sun spots ever called to the attention of astronomers when seen again regarding the phenomenon said The disturbance shortly after noon was the most remarkable thing I have ever known In view of the gigantic sun spot I expected an electrical disturbance some time during the day I thought however it would take the form of the aurora borealis or that telegraph and tele phone communication would bo seri ously affected Instead the disturb ance was aweInspiring and terrible to those who observed it From an of flclal standpoint I can say nothing definite regarding the matter owing to my Inability to see the sun on account Of the snow storm Favor Race Separation Boston Feb 15 President Charles W Eliot of Harvard university and Wlllam G Frost of Herea college Ky and Right Rev William Lawrence Episcopal bishop of Washington be fore the Twentieth Century club ex pressed themselves as being more or loan in favor of separate schools for whites and blacks Forming Union Cincinnati Feb 15The formation of a union by the school teachers of Cincinnati to secure higher salaries Is reported to be under way In this city Organizer Frank L Jllst of the Amer Jean Federation of labor Bald tuat teachers have consulted him In regard to the mater Such a union has beer organized In Chicago Blocked the InTake Pipe Chicago Fob 15Wllb the Body of an unidentified suicide blocking tha end of the Intake pipe at tho big bl products coal companys plant Ono th1Cand 300 employes temporarily out of work Gift Pot Princeton Philadelphia Pa Feb 15Profii dent Woodrow Wilson announces that Princeton university la soon to re ceive ono of the biggest gifts In its history but he refuses to say who from KIlts Frckle Girl New Orleans Feb 15 =Advices froit Colon Panama tell of a tragedy there In which William j Graves SJC yearn old shot and killed Miss Bni rueguetn Jala jar 19 years old a posta Ucau girl from Port Limon Cravat is In prison Four Children Perish Brvifevllle Del Feb 15 t- rrPQlidrg In ages 2year q IJohnsonineathere tha4y Invflr which destroyed that IeHie s I 1 1 1 4c- t t t f t 7 iIr st 9 it l IS Berea College ou FOR TIm ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS jHaoei the BEST EDUCATION la rwwhof flL Over It Inatraatsra 1017 stuataU fast I 7 states Urgeit olleg llfcrarj la K ntnoky M SALMNS I A special teacher for each grade aad for sb awlsNbiei ff 1 ts3aay claim that each ltudeacaahP1acM wltb etn Mice kl where ke can Make spat prgreaa Which Department Will You Enter r TH MOD1L SCHOOLS for thcee leant t4 uaeML telotchlNlla DrrnSItferary and general advantage islet aaara cIfArHaV t t went etc Free test books s TRAD1 COTOSM for asy who kar iakae4 tftk gnd Jttae tioas and F na W t 1 lag Wobdwerk NUi1qbratur MM lelial 1lisegesavataLetrrud Kara ACADEMY EQUIAII comuut a hr IUM who lwra iract14111iztieretrtar 41 Chela of Studies ird kt tkia awn M that a yetsaIs- oars slay secure a diploasa ie Agrknltwotiad ti ycitaifl Host Science T- ACADEiry COMMERCIAL a n to it fcr anutaaM XVM n part of tins oouiee1 fallasQ wiatertereu II sreftAM J8 extra fete 1 t ACADEMY PREPARATORY twe AIM aW lest y a cour a with Latin German Algebra History Sciaac Nttly ieV COLLEGIATE four year Literary addie aai CUsskal courtstM with use of laboratories ciaatific a nM M4 U mi ni iBetb ode The highest educational ttaadariaN- ORMAL three and four yes eeuriM it IM IM JD 1 teaching First year parallel ftb g a4 Medel SrbGiaabielo- ne to get a first class certificate l Jwieter aatt ssaf4sryaJw MUSIC Siagiag free JIl eW OrfMi Vile CvdhJr Pkse j Theory Band may betaka ait aa ectm te mectltik witby C course Small extra fees Expenses r Regulations QpenJnf Davsy t I Berea College is set a BteaeysaiMag kMtitatiea All site seen 3 SCk4o1ospeatdooaamavenga eICbrisiiuIt ray train youag aria aad wamep f r liyjM fl sdiaspr OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY irita eArefu to protect the character and reputation of the yenxg peoplt4hQarietudertrc- ome from thebest families and are earnest toderirell Hits 19Te1 any who maybe lick the College provide floetor aD BQUaiwiuwat oIcharge t lAll except toM with parents in Eera1iTli f OllegQJi4nrgefar- assist I in ori9t boarding hall farm And shops tttehiDg vaiabletraln- ing and getting pay according to the value bfTeltiabor ceptiWhi ter it is expected that all will have a chase tb earn aa mud as S5 cents a Week Sonic who need to earn JUoI may by writing to the Secretarysbefore coming secure extra employment so as ie earn train SO centa to one dollar a week- PBRSONAL r I EXPENSES for dotbisg latwidry postage booked 1Ki warywitif people Brei UVort lala elatbi u beat but aa students must attead claaaea regardleaa ftti f weather warm wratland uaderclotbtag uibrellaa aifo Overshoes ari necessary Th Cooatratlva tra fwiaitkea books teilat Articles trork Uniform Umbrellas aad tbar aecsesaryarticlecostiLiving eaue are really below lost The College take no rest r for the fine buildings in which students live charging enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights ana washing of 4eadi gIIt and towels For board without coffee or sxtra9l186 a week n I the fall and 150 in winter For oomf ucl lights 1 ing of bedding 40 cent a week in fall sad spring CO tents in 118ui 1 School Feet are two First a Dollar Dtperii aa guarantee freturnedSecond an lntl talFJto help en expenses for cairtif school I buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachert all our iaitructiqn Iea reegift The Incidental jaoofayaieBt aunt be h advance incidental iee and room rentby thaIterm board the month lnetallments are aa follows rWiatet Tern 12 weekeFirBt day 1700 besides 1 dr posit 2Sthdala00j 6thdaGOOi total 2L It paid all ia It adTaace 28 I JFor Spring Term 10 weeka Firat day 1440 28th day 5401 88Ui day 270 jtotlll 2250 If paid all in adtaaw 19o0oThe two terms together paid for In adVance af andnctipn ol 1250 making only 4900 t Loager Wiater Terra 10 weeksFirat day to60Lsth day 9000 66th day 600 filth day 540 total 11 all in advance 3700- Refnadiag Students excused to leave before end of term receive i back all they hue advanced on board and room except that mo allow ante it made for any fraction ofa weeksad afNot fifty cents ia charged for leaving the boarding hall ana ftycentafor Iwinj a room ia term time There is no refunding of incidental lea I It Pays to StAY When yon liars made your journey and are well started in school it pays to stay aa long at possible The Fffft Day of winter term is January 2 1907tI For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary I WJLL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That PreiumNnfei4taken the eyes of the men and boys who s4o it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it nnclfo jfcrOTBcenl kuifo with two blatled of nlwrstciH and u doJtuilvp p r Liif worth more to the mountain people Ibnu any oUllh Piper In the worldtitr The Knife and T eCitiz Jor On Don rlr That brlnga in subscriptions aJi thotiine Seo fulldlipknwlist on page 7 s I L u r t j r i l L r i fr AI THE SCHOOL I I Problems of the District SchooJI I Ity 1rof Dlnimoro Part IPractical Directions Getting ready to Teach It is a serious thing to choose the profession of teaching The young man or women who does so should consider very carefully his or her fitness The most rigid examination that one should bo called upon to pass is self examination The question one should ask him self might be something like the following 1 Is my character such as to justify me in choosing the profession of teaching Are my habits of life fit to be an example for those who would be pupils Do I intend to keep myself free from all vices that con righteousfirpersonalif and a reasonable belief that I shall be able to excel in the profession r Am 1 I willing to sacrifice something in the way of money for a work which is F infinitely more important f t 3 Am I apt to teach f Have I the qualities of an instructor Does 4 titcome natural to me to demonstrate to explain differences to disseminate knowledge f Do delight in directing the minds and energies of children Am I a born teacher Will I be happier in the schoolroom giving in struction than in any other work I couldchoose 1 Remembering the paying that every one should be able to find his happiness in his work able to do this in teaching 4 Do I love children not theoretically but actually and practically f- Not nice ones only but children of all sorts 1 Do I love thorn with a desire to make them better with a love that sees something interesting in ovary child good oven in the worst and the need of culture and development in the best 1 Do I see in the child tho materials for my life work 1 Is tho t presence of children distasteful in any way Would I fool relieved when school closes and dread the time for its reopening as some teachers certainly t dof 5 Do I understand that teaching is not a soft snap but means toil and self sacrifice Am I willing to devote my life to helping my pupils to live for them Am I willing to unite with other teachers in doing everything possible to raise the standards of tho profession and to make the schools better f If any young aspirant can answer to his own satisfaction such self im posed questions as the above he may be justified in choosing the profession of teaching otherwise he had better take up some other line I Having decided to teach the next step is tho all important ono of pre proCcsI Iclanhe must have a fair general education and then several years ofspecial Yet tho training of youngminds and the building of charac Iteris much more difficult ll of far greater importance than the prescrib i for our physical ailments or the adjusting of our business matters and besides it is economy on the teachers part to thoroly prepare himself for his life work The steps in preparation may bo as follows 13A general education such as can be obtained at any reputable high school academy or college Any one who isito teach grammar grade pupils should have at the least a complete course in a high school or academy If collegediplomaI considered f 2 After this general education there should be special training such I i as is given In the best normal school This special work should consist TeachingHistory apartfromf tkeeping ones eyes open everywhere He should know something of the theIthat does not concern the teacher and he should be ever on the alert to gath or knowledge of men and things As a rule teachers are wofully lacking in this respect If a teacher falls into conversation with a traveling man he input to shame because of his lack of general knowledge The traveling man perforce reads the news papers and magazines and is continually discussing current events but the country teacher often has not been out of histown county lives far from railroads seldom sees a daily paper or mag paperIftaken 4 In addition to the above the candidate should in every way possible Acquaint himself with the processes of teaching Ho should carefully ob serve those who teach him shouldvisit schools when possible should at tend teachers conventions and read journals of education and spend time competentbutcalled to teach before they have all this preparation but they shouldnever be satisfied until they obtain it Continued Next Week I I ITHE FARM I f Fruits What ta Grow and Why 1 I from C S Dept of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin Jfo D- aApplesOfs all the fruits of the Temperate Zone none surpass the properNot only can apples be kept in the natural state but they can bo ovaporat nothingofA selection should be made that will bring apples early and then a tholongkeeping ofkeepingbest results will be obtained and at small cost If made of brickorstone or other substantial material they will last as long as required but ultyis crete blocks or slabs formed so as to make a cave shaped like a cone with a door on one side with steps and double doors to keep out the cold In the selection of varieties of apples for planting the safest rule that tholocahtyposures It is all right to experiment and under the conditions likely to prove oxperimentsBre valuableofthelortyfirstwhere they thrive and lIe anyways certain to produce a crop Peach trees centralIowaTherefore ditions exist there will be a demand for fruit and those who live farther south will find a market for their peaches Contlnuednextwee- kft u t ITHE HQME I SomeCold Weather Dishes JJy Mr Illll Corn Chowder Some night when it is cold and stormy just give the men folks who havo boon out in tho cold all day a good hot corn chowder for supper Cut a 1 inch cube of fat salt pork In small pieces and dry out tho fat add a sliced onion and cook five minutes stirring often to prevent burning Strain the fat into n stewpan and add 1 quart of thinly sliced potatoes and 1 pt of boiling water Cook until potatoes are soft then ndd1enn of corn jnud 2 pts of scalded milk and heat to the boiling point Season to taste with salt and pepper add 8 tablespoonfuls of butter and some split crackers Serv o hot Salmon Soup Scald 1 quart of milk with a slice of onion for 10 minutes Remove tho onion and thicken milk with 2 tablespoonfuls of butter and 4 tablespoonfuls of flour cooked together Semen with salt and pepper then addcan of finely chopped salmon Let boil up well and serve hot with toasted crackers or broad Vegetable Soup cup carrot i cup turnip j cupcabbage Iicup potatoes onion 1 quart water 5 butter salt popper and n little red pepper Wash pare and finely mince all vegetables before mea surfing Mix nil vegetables except potatoes and cook 10 minutes In 4 table spoousfulls butter stirring constantly Add potatoes cover and cook 2 minutes Add water and simmer slowly for 1 hour Add remaining butter season with salt and popper beat well and serve hot 0808080808080080808000-o i Eighth Kentucky ii History g a TlirllllnK Story of tho Tart this Oar o O InntHrglrnent took In the CUIt War J 0 0080080808008008000 CHAPTER XV Continued The 10th of February Major Glenn United States Kiyjnusier gladdened the eyes of the veununs by unloading at Captain Wilghfa quarters his heavy money chest They were all paid Up to the 31st of December ISM and reI colvwd their first iMtullnusnt bounty 200 web In a few days ultoIMajor Johnson paid oft the eiuns up to Jw some time Now veteran bojs were rowdy willing und Impatiently waiting to bo furloughed and they expected to eturt soon Said they to tech other Old GtunOpup Thomas knows what bets about He intends for us to go home while weve plenty of money But these icu tatiuns and fond expectations were for the preeant doomed to disappointment for on the night of tho 22d wo received orders to march at daylight the S3d with Only two wagons one for unions and ons for Biudes and picks and only perfectly ubiehodled men to march Those unable for severe duty to remain in command of n commie Btoncd officer This order the boys mid certainly mount business tt not more unpleasantness with the John ny Ilbs Some of the man that did not reenlist who did not expect to be furloughed Joked at the veterans tauntingly saying Thats the kind of furloughs old gnandpap Thomas gives you a cartridge tax with sixty rounds of fresh cartridges The vet erans would reply Yes youll laugh on tho other Bide of your mouths when we board the cars for home Its ail right we will bide our time Colon el Walters ordered that dptaln Wright be left in charge of the camps and convalescents of the Eighth awl Thirtyfirst Illinois On the morning of the 23d the era core and men especially the veterans left their money with me mob mans bounty and pay being envel oped with name endorsed thereon many of them remarking that they desired that their money should find its way home to their wives or friends It they never did Oaoptoln Denton In command of the Eighth Joined our old brigade at Blue Springs and marched with the division on a recon noisaxm against the enemy flair DaltonThe 25th and 20th skirmished with the enemy at Buzzard Roost At times the firing woe fierce The Eighth displayed the dauntless courag for which Kentuckys sons ore noted Five of the Eighth were ellghtely wounded GeOOl111Tbom38 made having the men light long strings of tenets by throwing two pan els together and making much noise as If receiving reinforcements This caused tho enemy to fall hick Theo at tho hour of midnight our fortes sit efatly matched luck arriving at Blue Springs fix miltS from Cleveland on the 28th of February when the Writer with the convalescents and the baggage wagons Joined the battalion The same day Captain Wilson Quartermaster 4 Kindred Adjutant Park bail the six furloughed then returned to dayatIn our old leaky tents The first day of March Captain Wil son resumed command and at the fromGenemlly to the city of ChaMnnaseo We loaded up our Lump and garnteon equipage In a heavy rain and had a slippery muddy wet days march Arrived at Tyners Station late In the evening end were prospeoting for ft place to blTOuack tor the night There tartCJjrt r til the Idea of giving us a free ride of two hours sand a cold ono It was too for as night ammo on the ruin cccuwd the wind clung to the northweat and blew cold and fleece Our par menta being thoroly soaked made our situations OD top of the boxa very unploamnt On arriving at the depot Captain WlUwn and myself after consWoroble difficulty found Ganeajil Steudmani aanimnddng the pool and reported The general In iKrson conducted us to a small eminence near to and west of Fort Wood fwd laforen ed us that hero we could pitch our camp But here was a dllomina we hud noticing to pitch not ten riUlons to pitch Into our gnawing stomachs Our wagons con ulnlng all our equipage and rations were ten miles In the rear Tho wind Increasing In power end cold our clothing won froze stiff and thus hungry aril cold we wore out the night hovering over some small smoky groan wood fires By much exertion even more than a ten miles nnrch we Jumpwl danced and burnt our shins alternately but as everything earthly has an fwd m at last the king of day tame emlllng up over Qllssloa Ridge Some of ns pfdcera feeling the urgent Cemrinds of theo laver man tstencd Into the city on the hunt for some break fast The Central Hotel being the only house open a place well and long mnomberod and noted only fur high prices and poor tare we made ener getic efforts to get on the outside of one dollars worth of grub AK soon us our wagons arlvcd wo put the men to hauling the old bricks and boards from the numerous deserted camps and tho remembrance of our bitter ex perience of the previous night stimu lated us to a lively diligence In pro paring quarters liars we felt sure we would build our last chimney hay ing enjoyed tho luxury of seven dif ferent winter quarters sInce October The men built small board houses aping too shelter tents as covering each with a neat brick chimney all laid off in regulation style In u few days the camp of the Elghh atsiln wore n neat and comfortable appearance Students Journal Containing Brttty Notes of Com- Ing Eatntt And Put Trials and Triumphs of Beret Students is The Senior Eighth Grade I will Washington of a contest between tho two men Lincoln and Washington tho A Rhetorical section taking tho char acter of Lincoln and tho B Rhetorical section taking the character of Washington Tho ox ercises will begin at 1030 and vis itors will be welcome Friday Feb ruary 22 PROGRAM Song A and B Sections Composition Tbo Boyhood of Wa- shingtonClarke Wilson Composition Tho Boyhood of Lincoln Matthew Fields Song By tho School Lincoln as President Archie Bradshaw Washington as President Walter Ellis Song By the School Recitation Lincoln Marie McCloud Recitation Washington Anna Reese Debate Resolved That Washington was a greater man than Lincoln Affirmative John Flanery Lem ClydeMehaffoy Closing Song Comparison of Life Life Is like getting a telephone number from tho Information bureau said the woman When you have waited and waited till you are so tired you dont know what to do and dont care much whether you get It or net they call you up and give It to you r I GREAT ENTERPRISE Exposition Work Progressing Famously In Louisville MUCH ENTHUSIASM ON ALL SIDES Louisville Business Men Do Work of the Greater Louisville Exposition Which Opens March 18 For Two WeeksMovement One of Interest to the Whole State Filled with exhibits representing many varied lines of manufacturing Industry tho Greater Loulsvlllo Expo sition will open In tho vast Armory of tho First Kentucky Regiment In Lou Invlllo on March 18 Tho plans of the Exposition Company have matured rapidly since November 21 when the enterprise was officially launched and when the organization of the exposi tion forces was begun With no Idea of profit but with the purpose of showing to all sections of this great state what Its metropolis can do and Is doing tho members of tho Loulsvlllo Commercial Club went Into tho exposition work nnd tho pcb plo of this and nil other sections of Kentucky ns well as In tho South and Southeast will And there much of pleasure and of profit Tho awakening of Louisville has been evident to all lovers of Kentucky and now Lou A T MACDONALD President of tho Greater Loulsvlllo Exposition Company Who First Proposed tho Exposition Plan isvtllo le making ready to entertain nil Kentucky In particular and all other people In general boeldcs at tho namo timo showing what she baa ac COlli pUs bod Louisvlllo occupies tho first place in many lines of manufacturing Industry besides being very near tho top In very many others From all these lines thoro came at tho call of tho Exposition Company hundreds of ex poslton workers who gave of their time their thought and their labor to filling tho vast building with tho Blab orate exhibits which will bo soon there from March 18 to 80 Foremost among tho many Indul ges In LouIsville stands tho tanning trade with Its allied lInes There are thirteen Immense tanneries In Louis Tlllc and these furnish leather to scores of manufacturing plants requlr tug leather as raw material Thoso in Louisville who know have declared that Loulsvlllo leather represented In tho Greater Louisville Exposition will furnish deep surprise for exposition visitors In tho manufacture of agricultural Implements and farm wagons Louts villo takes second placo to no city Throo magnificent plants turn out a wonderful array of Invorsaving de vices for the planter while an Im mense wagon factory tho largest in tho world ships its products not only north south east and west through out this broad land but to other coun tries as well- Mllllon8 of yards of cloth In varied textures are cut yearly by tho clothing factories In Louisville Within tho past decade Loulavlllo has taken a rec ognized po iton as ono of the princi pal ccntcm in tho manufacture of clothing Thoro is no city In tho Union whore Loulsvlllomado garments are not wont In the manufacture of food product no less than in tho other necessaries of life Loulsvlllo stands out as a pro eminent center Tho Greater Loulsvlllo Exposition Company tins invited tho people of Kentucky to go to tho exposition and tho railroads serving there people have established a rate of ono taro for tho round trip during the ex posi lion period Tho Leo Line Company and Loulsvlllo Evansville Packet Company have mado a rate of a fare and a third Including meal and state room for tho the same period while the Loutsyille Cincinnati Packet Company has announced that the rato will bo ono fare for tho exposition period exclusive of meals and stat room and tho Exposition Company otters besides tho interest In the ex position two dally concerts by tho fa mous band of the Neapolitan band master Creatoro and other excellent features for tho low admission rate of twentyfive cents Imitations of the Greater Louisville Exposition aro still strongly In ovl deuce In all likelihood Kansas City will follow Louisvilles lead next year according to the latest advices from the city on the Kaw C When the j Silhouette Was- Popular i A Sketch Washingtons Time By WALTER J JANES I rConrrlBht 1907 br c N Q Itonphotography to preserve likenesses of tho great humble nut the paInt- ers portraits oil of the Father of WASUINOTO Country and of other Important Inures of tlmo poaterlt1JIIIcro shift or substitute for the photograph That was tho silhouette Washing Franklin Jefferson Thomas Paine and other Illustrious builder of the republic nro preserved to us In alltiou ctto and area though there had been no painters to portray their linen mont these simple makeshifts would hnvo us n fairly adequate reps prol1loI rcolr older than the American republic It orig hinted In J757 Etienne do Silhouette n Parisian banker was responsible for lath the narao and the thing Ierson ally however he nothing to do with It The good monsieur was made minister of finance for the French monarchy In 17BT Finances were In B very bad con dltlon Foolish war nnd Incom petent ministers not to speak of Inordinate ex tin vagiinco throughout the kings court had reduced Franco tot pitiable stole Danker Bllhou- rlfn wits hailed and for tho fea ture Ills tho his ton given had to the financial ministry In thoJUnI1Of hope of solving the problem of extricat ing Franco from her poverty Ho was wise and prudent He believed In saving rather than In extravagance Ho urged economy upon all tbo king courtiers ftl well as upon the govern meht olllclnls This was too much for the reckless plunging aristocracy The high filers of French society laughed loud and long and they determined to carry out M do Hllhouotto advice by a resort to burlesque Accordingly they economized by wearing coats without folds or ruffles using snuffboxes made of plain wood and wear Ing bats without rosettes Those who had been patronizing portrait painters turned to thq shadow picture In sheer ridicule The shadow pIcture wen profile cast by cub jest on a wall by a ar rangement of the lamps Tbo trac lag shad ow outline ItA cuttingout black paper and over I white paper re sulted In a pro likeness Lot craome artists rUflCogrew BO profi cleat that they could profiles with out tile aid of shadow tracing making thorn life size or ra miniature at will These pIctures were called sllhounttes beIng n la Silhouette I cause they represented strict economy A hundred yours ago and more silhouette was exceedingly popular Scarcely anybody was poor to pay a strolling artist for cutting a ell houetto Much less than a hundred years tint silhouette was still popular There was no family album then It was too early oven sixty years ago for the family album which now wo nro disposed to look upon as old fashioned Tho very first sunlight photograph made In world Miss Dorothy Catherine Draper of Now York being subject was taken by Professor John W Draper In lIO and It was nearly twenty year thereafter before photography became really practicable Thus tho modest silhouette remained what may bo termed the poor mans picture until times well within the memory of many persona now living Today silhouette le merely a curl osity At some of summer resorts at fairs and expositions an oc caslonal sllhouotte artist may bo found rapidly cut ting tho prolllo of your sweetheart or yourself for a small fee Ho probably knows little or nothing of the history of tho silhouette and tho pretty maiden who merrily acconn na tho tho of In tbo the certain of this and In panting file cut the C4 the too ago over the tho the tho county and treasures prolllo In black onaervxasoN a white ground III A souvenir of the occasion Is unaware that such great men as Washington and Jefferson ac tually sat seriously for their silhouettes generations before the amateur photographer Infested the earth with bin propensity for taking snapshots at everything from u pug pup to a proof Gent J t L V frtr Rr Y lI 1FROM ALL OVERTHE STATE HARD LABOR FOR WELCH r The airannJ Richmond KTe Jury In the cage or Samuel Welch a wealthy Derea merchant charged with the attempted murder ot l D MeBrldo of Loulvlllo A traveling salesman for tho New York Hllk Co brought la tho following tordlct Wo find Samuel T Welch pilrty of hooting I D McDrlilo la sudden heat and passion and tx as hit punishment i tine of 500 and 12 months In the taunt Jail at hard labor It tho One and costs are not paid or rcploylncd that also U to bo worked out Tho shooting of McBride by Welch took place on the night or October 7 last at the home ot Mrs Jeunlo Fish In Dcrea McBride had gone there to mil upon Mrs Flesh Later she loft the house leaving McDrldo with her laughter After Mrs Fish bad gone McDrldo telephoned a friend to come to tho home which ho did In tho meantime Mrs Fish and Welch had mot After a long walk ibo returned with Welch Mrs Fish entered the ruelJsea Into Welch ntandlnff close to the aide or Uio house with a revolver In till heed Just as the two men were wipprwlto him Welch began to shoot Mrs Fish who was expected to DO the star witness for the defense did not tnho tho stand Welch when Ilacenl on tho stand denounced news papers end newspaper men OFF TO CALIFORNIA On Hunt For Persons Who Cashed investment Companys Coupons Lexington Ky James C losers receiver American Dond Kesorvo Co nd Southern Mutual Investment Co able elty left for Los Angeles Cal via Now Orleans to locate people who xCollxjttHj mousy by coupons ot com panies which went Into liquidation two car lien Ily suits recently fllml 2 iOO people In various parts of the Unit d States are nhown to have collected inoney from oompaulos nnd Receiver lingers hat a lejol decision that they can bo forced to turn Uio money back 10 tho receiver and share alike with P opio who tot all More than U 000000 aro involved Mr Rogers Jut leturiiMl from Chicago whcro ho had i een on tho same errand AT DEATTYVILLB On March 4 Smith Abner and French Will Have Their Trial- sLextngtonly Special Judge J L Dartey ot Henderson who was ap pointed by Oov Dcckhara to try John f1mllh John Abner and Attorney Ful ton French on the charge of partial hating In tho assassination or J II Marcum at Jackson has fixed March a for the trials at lloattyvllle Ky The men were Indicted In Bret county but ocured a change of venuo to lxo county Attorney R 8 Jouett of Win chester who Is aaslatlnff In the prose rutlon has been notified The men were tried together at Rcattyvillc last cummer and the result was n hung jury They will ask for separate trials Tobacco Grower Sued Mstysvllle Ky Charles IngrAm of Helena this county who It la claimed nlgncd over hU tobacco to the Amor lean Society of Equity and was bound liy contract In the matter ct disposal but sold his crop to other parlc has been sued by tho society for damages This Is the first case In tho burloy dis tract for a violation ot obligation to the society An Identical case wa f tried by a Westara Kentucky Judge In J the dark tobacco tttrlctwhodooldod that the purchaser should have been enjoined from buying the crop Not Necessary On Turf 1cxlnston Joha II Madden at hamburg place saya that tho measure lust passed by the authorities of Ten tetsce against belting on race tracks la taken too seriously and think It Will prove a blcisias ledlagulso bookmaking not being necessary to render race meetings aurccssful In that or ivny nthor state and that pojalhly tho lawmakers In this Instance while ap jiarwitly qncmletf to tho turf may lu the cad prove to be Its best frlefute Third Wre kWlthln Three Day London Ky iThe third wreck with la the last throe days occurred ou the L A N railway is this part ot the Spate at Homo Branch two miles north f Corbla whoa a long and kcuv fly laden Irala ef freight cars was wrecked while running at tall speed by the breaking ot a flange Lumber Dealer Meet Louisville Ky Tht Keatueky Retail Lwnber Dealers assodttea was ro vMied at the Louisville heel by Vrealdeflt I N Combsr of4 Lexington lo am eat session One hundred meni here we l t3 attendance B+ S Nail of Mansfield 0 deilveredan address en MutwtHInenrflBee Expiafidthe Crime of Murder Bddyvllle Kynin IIufTaker the iiogro who twa pears ago killed 88birr ley colored with a knife lathe Eddy oj tllle branch penltenllary was hanged within the prison enclosure by gherlff Sam Cash Huffaker was a life iris ener for alurderThousands Jackson KyHIL L Hardest of Lexington auditors agcat has fired suit In the county court here lastMves of the largest earratleaaJat- hle paetloqv tatlvegeatotek3- IM ll KEG OF POWDER In His Hands Ready To Be Thrown Into the Furnace Paducah Ky Nothing short of Providence stayed tho hand ot Fire man Grace Cantrlll and saved the lives of himself and Knglneor Philip Drea neD and ojrobably prevented a bad pas longer wreck Passenger train No 205 from Evansville to Nashville Ea Klnoer Phillip Dronncn and Fireman Grace Cantrlll stopped at the Sullivan icoal mines between Henderson and Princeton and coaled Cantrlll fired ulldonlyIIIhat router df Gravity seemed to shift anti Cantrlll hesitated It proved to be a J1WIderSoroo one desiring to steal powder had taken the battered tin keg filled It with giant powder and deposited It In the coat bin Intending to take It out at night Unfortunately tho train coaled before it was removed and tho warilntoHUMAN TORCH Succumbs and HU Widow Is Charged With Murder Louisville KyMrs Barbara floes of Jefforsotttown thU county was arrested on tho charge of murder her husband Frederick Doss having died of burns she caused by throwing gesso line upon him and Igniting It lira Ross aged C3 years was out on bond chargur with malicious assault with Intent to kill Doa died In tettlble Agony The burns covered his head and shoulders He had attacked his wife when be was lutoxlcated oho says In solfie tone her act was committed she as sods They were the parents of several prominent Louisville persons who had Jut effected a reconciliation between them Dr Edward floss a son sought for many pours to save his fathers life YOUNGEST WHITE GIRL Indicted In Fayette County By a Grand Jury Is Georgia Roth Lexington lr111 finding one bill against Georgia Roth aged 11 ywn the Fuyetto county grand Jury indicted on the charge of grand larceny the youngest white girl ever indicted In ibis county and In nil probability In the state The child Is accused of tak ing from the office of Dr W S Mont gomery a pocketbook containing a large sum of money She was placed In the custody of the Juvonllo court and It WAS tho desire of County Judge 0 A Bullock that oho bo sent to oho reform school but on the protest of her mother the ease was reported fo the grand Jury and tho Indictment found Proposed New Road Hlckman Articles ot Incorporation of tho Paducah Southern Association Gauge railroad from Paducah to Hick man have been flied In McCrarken county This lino U between raducah and HIckman Ky but the same PeG pie have secured rights ofway through Uroukpnrt Metropolis Golconda Joppa and Southern and Western Illinois towns to East BL Louis The Paducah Southern Is capitalized at 50000 but 12000000 of tho bonds have been Soap oil In New York The company will handle both freight lUll passengers D A Archer IB the promoter and local pooplo tentedaie B IL Scott tL H Loving Ben Wellle and Attorney W A Martin of Paducah and George Rush ot BrooJtport 1U Four Sites Are Offered Louisville lyThe members of the site committee of the Kentucky state fair consisting ot Hubert Vreeland Guthri VJUIvoa aad Lawrence Jones ilecl ed tb submit to tLe stato board of agriculture forestry and Immigra tine which will have charge elUte selection of a location for the ierma neat grounds four available pieces 01 property The tract offered are the Bohanson tract of 110 acres S9 l Othe Tyler property 100 acres 180000 the Gheens property 127 acres jeaSOO and 1SS acres la the Arb cust nWvtotee 135OM After Taxes LexinstoH Ky hcJ OMahoney el this city jrfpreseating D L Har4Mtr state ravenae agent atl large riled sults klClark county ia recover back taxes on 140000 warMi of alleged ua Honed property ABJOBR thoeeflrsH made defendantsla the suit were Ken tueky River finesse tCo Burt ft Drabb Loather Co HsgaH than Raglae ant Manufacturing Co and the Winchester Luniber Md Manufacturing Qo DleifFrom Burns flergent Ky AuntAa le Wright 98 oldest woHiaa In this county feN Into an oldfaahloaed fireplace and was unable to aid herself tier screams attracted ether wijiV ra of the family hut too late a pbedied of her burns a few hours lAter Stab May Be FataT Louisville Ky WHlkHH B helof Huefihels Station is In acrrtlealeaa dltton at Ute sky hospital due toll etabtwauadln the abdemea Inflicted bytW GH MeMuMlnp mt iier II lad McMiiUla was released coo bad AN jfiVESTIGATIoii ArID i INQUIRY EING MADE BY CITY OFFICIALS AS TO CAUSE OF WRECK Twenty Dead Two Fatally Hurt and 145 Others More or Less Serl DUlly Injured New York Feb 13Twenty dead two fatally hurt and lib others mort or toe seriously Injured Is tho result of tho wreck of tho electric express train of tho Now York Central rail road at 205th street and Webster ave nuo Of the largo number of the la Jurad 60 are according to hospital and police reports seriously hurt nnd the death list may be increased within tho noxt 24 hours Most of the others aro suffering from lacerations ot shock and will recover This was a day of Investigation nad Inquiry by representatives of tho din trlct attorneys office tao coroner and the police When daybreak came the police lists of dead had increased to 18 an hour afterward two moro deaths wero reported and It is bellowed two additions will be made to tho list Tho cause of the wreck Is still a matter of speculation All night Inspector Flood ot tho pr lice department Coroner Schwanncckc and Assistant District Attornoj Smyth together with other members of the district attorneys force looked over the scene and sought to deter miner tho cause of the derailment 01 tho train Tim result of their Investi gatlon may become known when the Inquest Is held Tho wreckage wars complotely clear cd away All four of the tracks of the New York Central through tq rocky cut whore tho train left the rails and several of the cars went tc plecca hind hcon repaired The tract on which tho train was running ha been restored tho third rail replaced and traffic resumed practically under normal conditions At the Webster avenue police sta tlonMay eleven mangled bodies throq of them Identified One was so badl crushed that Identification seemed lnv possible except through tho clothlngr All day a stream ot people passed through this temporary morgue many leaving In tears after having found some friend or relative In tho grow somorow Tho lino ot persons seek Ing to Identify tho remaining boillea continuedy WOMAN CHOKED TO DEATH Weeping Infant Has Its Arms About Mothers Neck New York Fob 18Mrs Thomas Flynn wife of n watchman was strangled and beaffcn to death In theIr tenement house A policeman summoned by neigh born who had hoard quarreling found the body stretched across a bed The womans husband was covered with blood Icy the body lay a weeping In fant Ua arms clasped about tho moth era neck The husband was found In an ad joining room and arrested To tho police ho said that returning from work ho discovered Charles Hayes formerly A boarder in tho family at his homo They quarreled and came to blows Liter ho went lo sleep and knew nothing of what happened in the house until he was awakened by tho officers DISASTROUS CONFLAGRATION Threatened the Destruction of Several City Blocks In Allegheny Plttsburg Feb lSA flro which threatened tho destruction of aefcral city blocks In Allegheny destroyed five business bullrllri s and three dwelling houses causing an estimat ed loan of 200000 Tho fire orglnatcd from an explo aloe In tho basement of Kenyons dry goods store and meeting hllavostory structure and quickly spread to tho other buildings What caused the explosion la not known The Cornelius Express Co buldlngs Strasborger Ic Josephs dry goods store and Randolphs furniture store were burned to tho ground The flames then communicated to three dwelling houses adjacent to the Cornelius building completely gutting them At midnight the flromaa had the fire under control Will Await Action of Congress Washington D a Feb 18 Mayor SchmlU and the members ot the San Francisco delegation will not return to California until the house of 1pre sentatives takes action on the Immi gration blUThehll1 will be taken up In the hone and ao serious oppo sition to Its Immediate passage Is aa tlclpated by the republican leaders Found Dead On Railroad Track Cincinnati Feb 1SJames Bratton a conductor oa the DIg Four while crossing Sixth street tad Mlllcreclr found the body of a man lylttg sear the tracks The he4 was libed and both legs were cut oft at the knees At the morgue nothing was found on the bod to Identify It Being Smuggled In El Paso Tex Feb 18 atJftnNf iramlgraata are filling up Cluriad Juarez the Meslcaa city opposite El Paso seeking admission into tac United States Many nf them are pea nllers and arQ denied admission but are being smuggled IB Body Found In a Lagoon Chicago Feb 18The body ol Mary 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theso proper iC8al d make enoughmoney in commissions tp pay for the dost of these ads and make a good prom boaidea is E have BO largo a real estato business lod y Why not property nlnbng the number that I sell as a result of these ads Y I will not onlybo abfHltour itlIOulutimubut will be nblc to sell it quickly I ama specialist in quick sales I tbs most completo and up todate equipment I have branch offices through out the country and a field foree of men tb fund buyers I do not handle all line carried by ordinary real estate agents I MUST SELL real es tato and lots of itdrgtlout tot UiwiuoM I cati you I am n6t going but of business Oa the contrary I expect to Hud nt the close of the year that I leave cold twice as ninny properties as I did the past year it will first ba uecossary for Jldo listumorb properties I want t6 Ifal YOURS and SELL it It doesnt mutter whether have a farm a hdni vithbut any land or aia business it doosut matter what it is worth or it is located If you will flit Duttl blank letter of inquiry below filth mail U tome todayIf will tell you how and why Iou1 quickly couveri the property into cash and will give you my complete plan FREE QF OE3ARGEand terms for handling it Tl Information I will give youwill be 6f great value to you even if 0U lllaoulel decide not tosell You had better Write today beforoyou It If you want to buyany kind of a fiarra House or Busiiiwjs in any part of the country tell me flour requirements I will guar antee to fill them promptly and satisfactorily DwidP Taff ThelaiHapv 410 Kant rf Top XaLK nm If You Want to Sell In Cut and Man Today s rjeaso send without cot to me H plan inline a cash buy property consist of 4 County a V a brier destrlptlor tvyi f i t f Lowest can prlca s j t6aaie i ISsrts UAddress n a 355 o of IufJ In prcll page church be tr- cii incites Oescrlpdous f 1 Oilier clubbing f IfTou a It head target them cents are sold just Ky z T in sell have assure t r yon here Out cannot If You Want to Buy Fill In Cut Out and Mail Wwwr Tij 1 1 lilr lobuy Npr7 eorrMpopUlng appwimawy JHtsX the following speciicfltlonai Tonn orcltyt n rI County State Trice between 9 nntl 9 I will vav- f down and balance VT 1 I 4 I 1ft illemarks H A Ca 1 I1I1r a 1 l1 1 e el L r 0 I r1 erA I o 1 f tlsloiaiaioioioioioioioioioioioioioioioioioioioioioioioEast News You Get Nowhere Else in Ho earrMfwOHM ffiUiiued UM tlpe4 ill tn by tkt writer Thi urnsiti sot ftr pmUioitloa kit ai as irUnet of rood UiU Writ plainly o oioioioioioioialloioioicioioioioioioioioioioioioioioi GARRARD COUNTY OAIITEUSVILLK Feb 12We are having some bright sunny days now after so much snowMr and Mrs J B Carter are going to Louisville In B few days to spend a week or two Zack Hester of Manse has the in flammatory rheumatism MrsTelli Green of near Point Levelvisited Mrs Mary Clark last FridayMiss Pearl Boan is visiting her aunt Rhoda Wylie this weekJoo Wylie has gone to Oklahoma on account of his health He writes that he is improving very rapidly since he has been thereR C Boain has a fine bunch of fiftyfive lambs which are doing finelyFarmers are having a fine time now eating andsleeping and feeding cattle and hogs and sheep resting themselves to be ready for labor when the weather permits Miss Luella Arndle is visiting friends at Woodsview this week She and her mother will start in a few days for Anderson Ind where her father has already gone to prepare them a homeMrs Tom Green visited Mrs Mary S Clark Tuesday Mrs R C Boain and daughter Miss Ada went to Paint Lick shop ping TuesdayDr Redwine who has recently moved to this place is proving himself a very good physi cian although the health of the peo ple is very good for this timo of yearWe have had no measles as yet in this communityMr Jackson of Mote Madison coUnty is making up a writing school in our vicinity IROOKFORD ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 1Feb are having some weather nowMiB8 Ella E Lake who has been clerking for W t H Rich returned home last week Mrs P L Stephens who has been sick is some better Messrs Robert e and Reuben Abney of Disputanta visited their cousin Miss Mattio E McGuire SundayMr and Mrs Joel Parker of this place here for Villa Grove Ills last FridayMr1 and Mrs J E Dalton of Berea visited T C Viars Saturday and Sunday Mr James Sexton who has been sick is some better Miss Myrtle M Linville was at Rockford Thurs day veJ W Todd has moved his shingle mill on to the top of Scaffold Cane hillMrs Nance Rch has been very sick but is better Miss Jocio Allen of Disputanta is visiting her niece Mrs P L Stephens this weekB E Martin visited J T Stephens Saturday and Sunday Miss Nellie Grant viiited B L Rich Saturday and Sunday Miss Beulah Viars who has been sick is some better Casper Martin visited his sister Mrs Bet Ogg of Berea Saturday and SundayMiss Rettie t McCollum visited Reecie Todd Sat 1urdayMr and Mrs T 0 Holt Stephens Sunday WADD Feb 13oG Sawder of North Salem Ind who tote been with us for the past month praying his graph ophoae for us baa now gone home 1liesays however he will be back Chrtet oas Hurrah tor our boys who have poor old sage fields They have i gone to cleaning out the old fonco rows and putting up wire fences They say they believe the old lead Is worth fencing yetMlsa SuMs Hur ley who has been living with her uncle and aunt Reuben and Mary Hurley says she Is going to go to her early borne la Jackson county BOOS Tom Sowder who is about fourteen years old has had a very bad attack of white swelling but we glad to say he is able to be out A negro by the name of John 1are who had been out of the peniten but a short time is said to have passed thru this county recently breaking Into houses and storehousest taking clothing and money He was captured near Leroy Poatcrfflce on Buck Creek and was taken to Mt Vernon Jail to await trfcd Fanners r have been shut In for the past two weethorhout again and the spring birds are singing their sweet songs BO boys lets lay off our oM coats roll up our M sleeves and go to work u LEVEL GREEN Feb 17 The farmers have taken IadVlUl of the fine weather during t past wookJ M Crulg drove a nice buaohi of cattle to the Stanford market last Monday O J Mulllne la buying all the loose hogs of our aelgbborhood paying the highest mar ket price J M Craig bought of P Q Griffin a lot of corn for 1250 per barrel The members of the Baptist Church at Poplar Grove had a called meeting Saturday for the purpose ol attending to some important business De Itemsey and family of Mareta burg visited the family of W G Cum mina Saturday and Sunday Mrs J 1 I r I + i Cummins visited friends and relatives dn Pulaski county SunililyI Some of our old fruit growers seem to think that the fruit crop will be a failure this year To realize tho ben efit of a good fruit crop is to only have an occasional failure A Urge acreage of wheat was sown in this neighborhood last ttllW J DeJJord is suffering from a severe attack of La Grippe The farmers of this vie laity are going to experiment on the bird problem Just a little by not kill Ing their own birds and posting their land against others When we try the Industrious little partridge on the in sect kingdom then wo will know whether ho Is beneficial Farmers of this eootlon are planning for a large corn crop this year- OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Feb HF F McGinn is still In business at Sturgeon lie has Just sot In a fine line of goods W N Whicke sold five hood of rattle for 17600 Gld Whdcko a stone mason has quit his place EAKNKSTVILLE Feb 15iMr English Is doing good business in his work at the stave mill but the saw Is broken now and he will have to stop work until it Is re paired Shell Madden has Just pur chased a fine farm for 3500 Mrs Jane Fields paid Mrs Andy Brown a visit Sunday TUAVEILiil3 REST Feb 11J G Rowlett has btkm having fine success In getting sub scriptions to The ClUzean Sunday opens up with a very nice dUy It seems as if winter Is broken up We had a very bad week bat week The boys hid good success hunting for the last week Mr Nathan Martin pf Levi killed seven rabbits Friday It la reported that Jim Blcknells child was burned to death by Its clothes catching fireMr T C Fuller cash leI of the Owsley County Bank went hunting Saturday You always find Mr Fuller la a pleasant humor nl ways laughing Air U W BIcknell of Boonevllle Is always telling his big yarns and keeps his customere laugh InJOl1r Merchant Mr Perry Bog ley has been on the sick list list week but we hope he is bl1tterl1sa Barn Begley visited MISS Nora and Eliza J Rowlett Saturday night and they said they had a good time OA11UAKD Feb 16 We hiive beenn having some fine spring weather the last few days Henry Gabbard has been rank ing good use of it by hauling ties Jane Slater who has been very sick for the past week la reported to be somewhat better Rabbit hunting seems to be the order of the day in this community as the sound of the shot gun ran be heard almost every day Bleve Gabbard killed throe In one day Mrs Emma Cole need her sister Miss Lucy Reynolds are plan ning to go to Montana to make their home with their brother Mra Jaley H Gabbard and little daughter Hazel visited Edward Reynolds nnd fam ily last SundayJacob Gubbard is hauling goods for Barker Moore Bros PULASKI COUNTY IIULO Feb 10Wo have been having lots of snow for tho last week but today is lovely again P F George wife and little son Terronce have been very 111 with tOO grip but are now Improv ing very rapidly iMr J M Dyche la getting quite a lot of work tOO o In this part taking pictures We bar had a wonderful aeries of meetings at CUfty Grove with eighteen addd Uons to the church Brother Barnes baa been conducting the moetlnga There were fifteen of the converts baptized hero last Sunday Mr Burton George Is visiting homo folks this week Mr CUlvIa Pototer and Joss Salllo Whitaker were married at the brides home last Thursday Mr John 0 Dugger and P F Georgo paid Mr R E Baldwin a visit on bus Incas a few days algaJ M Dychie and Wife are visiting Mr J H Bur dine this week Miss Mlsa and her brother vlMted their aunt Mrs Jess McDonald a few days hat week R E Baldwin and little daughter Ethel are quite 1IIP F George pur chased a fine Jersey sow from W B Arthur last week ABas Lolle Lovllle has quit her school at Rulo and hose home She was the second teacher and lacked1 three weeks of being out David and John Arthur and Bailey Bmotherland bed the good luck of kill ing a fine large black bear Saturday on the waters of Sinking near the Rockcastle river They sold the meat out at seventyfive cents per pound and have not yet sold tho hide They are expeoUnc a good price for the hide v x SNOWBIRD tit a w t JACKSON COUNTY AQRAV HAWK Feb 15War Bays has about recovered from a severe attack o- ffeverJ B Bingham has bought property of N V NeelyO F Robertson has loft for Hamilton 0 to work in the Champion Paper Mills J M Judd R Bro have returned from East Burnside with goodsJ- F Hays is logging for Hunter Hays R Son this wookJ F Tincher s completed the now school house at Gray HBwkMr and Mrs S Smith have a little daughter W R Engle has gone to town on business W R is a hustler in business matters Butler Motcalf is clearing new ground for C F Robertson this woekG W Tincher and wife are visiting relatives in Wilson town Owsloy county this kSoveral girls and boys of Gray Hawk are attendingschool at McKee this wt- nterH H Rico of Clay county made a visit to relatives at Gray Hawk Saturday and SundayJ F Hays Stidham are ntlll in the tie businessW R Hillard has gone to HuOitlion 0 for his old job on the traction car MIDDLE FORK gqneintoAngel made a business trip to East Berustadt ThursdayMr Does Wilson who made a business trip to Tennessee returned to his home Sat urday Misses Della and Minnie Angel entertained quite a number of young folks Sunday Mrs Sarah Wilson who has been on the sfck list for some time we are iladtot- o say is up againMrs Letha Tus sey visited her son Joe of Indian Creek WednesdayElijah Angels house caught fire tho other night and burned a hole largo enough for the stone to fall thru before Lige awoke Robert and Bennie Tussey of this place visited their brother Isaac SaturdayMr Butt Cockrell made business trip to Middle Fork Monday Miss Dema Colt is on the sick listCap Wilson purchased a fine mule from James Mathers for I25 UUIILKY Fob 16Mrs W M Hurley Jr and Mrs W M Hurler Sr visited Mrs W M Gubbird Jr Monday Mr and Mrs Jacob Gabbird Sr entertained quite a number of friends and refa fives Sunday tJQmb Gxbbard Sr told W M Baker of near McKee A yoke of steer last week for seventy dollars Den Gabbird killed thirteen partridges the other day at one shot Joseph Brewer of Poplar Lick Yes ited his brotherlnjnw Milton Johnson of this place Monday night T L ManIa and little son who were thought to have pneumonia aro now much better Mr Nathan Gabbard made n business trip to Middle Fork 5n turdny Wo are having some very rough weather John MarrlM had a big barn raising Tuesday Mr Davo Qabbard killed twentyono rabbits and three squirrels during the big snow last week Maggie Nannle Emma and Gracy Sparks of Sand Lick visited their cousin Bltha Angel of this place Saturday last and enjoyed a candy party at John Roberts on ITooton Crook Saturday night John called It a candy chaw- InMI1I8 N V Gabbard WAS the guest of Miss T Angel Sunday night Mrs W M McCollum visited at Jacob H Gnbbards TuosdayJohn- Lako of this place Id over on Horsd Lick building his house this week rOXTOWK Feb UWo have had some very sold whether during the pant week Every one was to hear of tho death of Mr William GayTho bo roavod family have our entire sym poithy Peter Gabbard baa bought ilarge aawmlll and has contracted to aw forty thouaisd ties for Dean ti- tCoIeltao Biker and eon are moving to Panda this week Peon Taylor who was found guilty of selling Uq nor In thta county Bad wue fined f1100 it the last term of court tree mode his wcape and seems to lIMe disappear ed entirely N J Ooyle la doing a profitable bualaeea at Foztowa Pol ly Fox wife of B H Fox U aa tosick llstK H Doyley to in the mw logging business this year K II to n hustler Ell Gabbard Woo ww Injured lest summer by the explosion of a sawmill la Improving slowly C U Fowler and Vlrgte Cox have pus OO the old Davidson eland on the south fork and are going to do bus le there EVKKORBBX Feb 10JWJoaosand wife have returned from a lengthy vlak to Clover Bottom Old Aunt Becle Runion whose maiden name was Becle Wll pare Is very phony with La Grippe Louise Griffin has planted hw peas and onions Arshd Dandy while ratting hie corn fell and hurt his hIp very badly Old Aunt Jane Witt lost her finest milk cow Bvturiay Mr Jobe Lake and family visited DIc- kSbroof Saturday nlght MUa Laur ena Jones is visiting friends at Gray Hawk this week Mr Thos M Lake went to McKee Siturdiy on bual nesa Frank Rose stepfather of little Berry Rose has a tine cow tier sale Miss Oacsla Brock gave the young folks a social Saturday nlchtlliat Saturday La Squire Hammonds court thoro woro throe sent to Jail Join Martin Nancy Ann Martin null Jane Ilubbnrd Each wat sentenced for thirty days for their offences Squln Drow traded n fnnn near Jones Dur hams to John Holt for a fine horse and got saddle bridle nnd blanket to bootOretm Lake bought a mule fron Elbert lake for 1071i0J R CUlla ban traded oxen with W II lames Mlaace Myrtle and Nom Lake vis ited Mkutha lake Monday Mr Ed M Jones says this IB too cold a climate forToxas ponies Thoro will boa shooting match at J W Jones the first Sturr In Starch for two fat abate MADISON COUNTY DRKfMVS Feb 11Tbo sudden change of weather Is causing lots of colds and La Grirpe Mr J C Powell sold n pall of roulcB to Zero Owens tor 200 last week Mr Lewis Bindlln toad little daughter Ethel after an ox tended1 visit with reVvUvai hero ro turned to their homo In Ono4L11Ir- F M Junes was In Richmond on bust Bees Frlday W D Ooyle and wife viekcd Mrs Coylos parents List week Several than this vicinity attend ed church at Pilot Knob Sunday Mr J C Powell to serving aa juror At Richmond this wlOklr D Gol den and wife of Kingston were the guests of Mra Ma glo Golden Thom diLyIY1e9 Floaste Baker Is 111Mr- and Mrs Willie Ogg of Braaifleld via tied Mrs asss staler MJB S E Powell BrtunUy night Mr Harvo John eon mode a bualotxa trip to Richmond Wodfitwday Mr and Mrs James IXx her are the gumtti of Mr IXikera 1-We Mr wad Mw W B Dakar Our little turn la Improving We have three merchants PlOW Lincoln Lainb or NeodBiare has moved here anti Is going into bualauuMrs Dock Todd who baa been sick for some time fa- no betteriMr Will Hurd of Lexington Ie visiting homo talks this week Mr alto L1D who has been at lamilton for some time is home raw Mrs Tilda Loin U visiting trt KIng- ston this week Mlsa jolna Jones who baa eplnal dlscuae Is thought to- be woraa Mr and Mrs Jim Jones visited Mr and Mrs Hurvo Jolinron SundayMr and Mrs Tom Buker fe- on the sick list iMtes Mollle Powell visited Mrs Mile Cojlo Sunday cv nlnc- DCLVTB Feb 14 Mr Ski Nokmd waa in this vicinity lost week buying hogs 1Lr John Lamb told seven head of twp for 16100 Mr an4 Mrs John lamb faro been very poorly with th- egrlpire BuiUo Lamb was thu guest or Mrs Fred Likes Monday Ban Turner end Nora lakes were he- guests of Etta Likes SuahyJIra- nd Ura L A Hunter and daughter LlUle epent the day with Mr and Mrs WI1Im Webb Sunday Mm tcdI- Akua visited her daughter rtIe- TulBdosyilIr and Mra Ed Stlvere who have boon sick with the grip tor- the put week are Bomowhat trotter now lira Fannie Lear and daughters Debbie and Llzzto WCT- ethe BUtta of Mm E4 Stivers Sun- da71lr Sylvester Iamb daughter Sorlas to Quite elck iMra MLvrtha Turner and daughter Etta were the guests of Mrs Elmer Tumor Friday nightr John Liken made a bua- lnee trip to Richmond Monday Mrs Beeeta Turner to expecting vla- lton Saturday heightGausses Debby- asd Lizzie Lear were AvtertnSBod by quite a crowd of young folks Stxtur dBr night They retwrt a fine time We lire having some fie weather at the prestflt time and nothing could itemse the farmera any betim CLAY COUNTY BVBIf 1MO SrKINdfe Feb 163Gs Nancy Rawllnas Me CrEer7 cotttjactod a aught cold on February 8th She remained la h state of stupor for three days In- the HKBStdmo taking tnutmcnt from the gamily phyatcboa She eatertftln ed DO taIL ot serious stckncfis neither did her huHtoud or any of the inunedi CIte Jteallr February 11th at near E oelccV aho became seriously ill fedtcal oaatnteaca was called for Im medtateiy but Mba passed into We- unknowa beyond before the doetpr- rtaohed hw She leaves a devoted ufthasd aa4 two sweet little girls A host of Tolatfvea and friends mourn her loin The remains were Mid to teat to Maeedonlst Cemetery February 13 MaT aU kindness und tenderness be xtended to the Btrlckea huabanU and fondly ARRARD COUNTY WAZXACKTON Fob 10Mrs Alice Clark who has been visiting the M4saca Adorns of Uckory Ptolns Ilea returned home axcnpaale by Mtes Mtaggle Adams 0 ltL Broclunao is slowly Improving from a severe attack of La GI1pp- eoMre Amanda Baker of Big Hill wh has beset vtettfag her son G K Brock- man of Wbltocetont returned home on last Tue8daYReY Smith filled hi- sttalsr opolotmeat at the Wallace toss BftptM CSrarcU Aiurday and Su- ntayfi Roger moved to the E D Waltoco property In Wxllacefcjn last wwkrWo are very sorry to hear of Old Uncle John Italstotv neiir IUnt Lick who tell from a plitfonra of u store In Uowcll Wednesday breatalns his neck and killing hint Instantly Dan Gabbard was tho guest of G B Gabbard and G K Brockmaa Sunday Last Friday night February 10th Mrs Ned Blyth of above Wallacoton was sweeping tho floor with her back turned toward the tire place hOt dress caught fire and she woe fatally burn ed dl Ing Friday night Funeral serv ices were held at hot bite home Sun day at 11 oclock The entire cxn munlty 8 mpathl with tho beT vllll family Airs Nannie Soprr was the guest of Mrs David McCollum Fri day of last week ESTILL COUNTY JINKS Feb 10WI are having some warms weather now and the people aro got ting ready for farming G L Isjtiof sold a bunch of hugs for fHO Will Dan Rlchurdran who has had the fever some time Is slowly improving arr A M Lyttle went to Rlchnfund Moiutay on business Miss Annie Isaacs Is staying with her sister Mra C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R RobInson All cell promptly attended to night and Atjt Telt ition Xo 4 lens Kjr r A FAMILY EDUCATOR r should be an authority In all the principal departments of knowl edge In concise form all that tho consulter needs to know about tho derivation H Ing pronunciation and dttnitlon- ot as as facts about cities towns and tho natural fea ture of overy rt of the globe facta In history biography litera ture ate Such an authority Is Webster International Dictionary NO HOME IS COMPLETE without this storehouse of reliable Information Abbott DD JleUlor f alWftenI hive en no rtw 100 to my glance to any of tilt companion The New and Edition has 25000 New Words completely R vUcd Gazetteer and Uiegra leal Dictionary edited by W T LLD Corn- platenothmughEducation New 2380 quarto peru Illustrations FR EEA Tad In TroBcneUtlos le trade and entertatnlng for the whole fumlljr Alta Ulintretea pamphlet a St c MERRIAM CO PUCkllHIMI fPRINQPICLDMASS eenaunr il EVA BIcknell this week Air and Mnr Richard French visited Mr Amos Johusun SutadayMr and Mrs Shoo ley Isaacs visited A M Lyttle Thurs day evening iMr Joo Barker gave a social Thursday night to tho young folks All report a find time Mlra Uesslo Wells vJslUU Slice Lultu laincs Monday olghU Pelor Halo of happy 1V 1 was on Red Lick KrUlty on bust massLtlr and Mrs Leonard Jbuvra leave returned from Hlohnumd whore they have been for quite a While Vlrgie Ulckncll la building now dwell 0 lug lalurelMrs Minnie Jenkins died Wixlneuday night Ilex remains wore bald to riot la tho Jenkins grarejtind Mr Irby Ulcktiell made a flying trip to Demi last Friday and has not returm d Mrs Lucia UlchnnVwn who bas boon on tho sick 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