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I r n o oiooiooroioidoioiofolou BEREA PUBLIeUtMa rn oopacaluoll4 teO +et x 0 i9 0t 0 enS11araCyaspeond oclaneanimotkr OOOOOOOOSOOOOOOOo VIII Five cents n copy MADISON COUNTY FEBRUARY 28 Dollar year IDEAS G ting on all right arc youT Hew tar Imvn yeti gotUnT When did you start Whtre ere yon getting oT i IIUV GBOHOK SOLTAU M aeeomnlMieg gossip to one who I U Mortaa which iiouml as It tae- yurt be tru Tote kind la very t a muaII MARION CRAWFORD ate U proaf of welltrained wtd to rejobe In what U Rood wl 10 wUve at UM ot k8IA KUWM gentu eewna to have eaSved the milking machine roliksn ad i pirendr pone bond what I Bttvtnaon Ajnpr Howo all rolled oee ken jest jwtenud s de vli e ruu + l MI eleotrte motor taeten- ed Un UM ouwg hack till olnctriclty b it groewml by A dywino nfcuich Id tti tear tall h Htmitw tlH milk ic harp III UM tall KM Htnluer A small iihoiiojrratiti aoconiiuniee the on and yells to wJwla the row intvra If ah kicks htoctd arm- earhee tr nMk stool lams 1fr the lack I FROM THE WIDE WORLD lratJie b lwoou England nUll tho Continent hnmwiied whoa tho mall learner Merlin from Harwich to Hock of Holland wan wrecked OH ohs was ontoritig port Only of 148 p88Bengorn wore saved RaiMuli the bandit in wild to ho piiAtlng with lime pretender to tho tbroot of Morocco with tho object of nmking a joint attack ou tho Sultnus forces Washington birthday celebrations were heldat the American limbaas lee in Loodoe Berlin Home Vienna and othrr foreign capitals thatu England mid Germany show tble ere getting what wo of mir noil While tho eve JB in the United States la only 11IIhcola per sere in England it to 32 lambda and in Germany 28j bwhh IN OUR OWN COUNTRY I n n vote of 41 to 18 the SUllto voiiil down the resolution to unnont Senator Smoot of Ulnh Senator Slnnxt ie a member of the Mormon Church but ho Is not a polygamist Tho Senate Monday iwsaed the Pwi iion Appropriation Dill carrying 145000000 Tho bill was amend pd no M to make tho appropriation available to pay pensions to claimants ndiT the ant of February 0 1907 kuown M the Service Pension Law Efforts are being made by n coin initiN of the Tonnetwco Legislature to i ud out how much thb railroads df if State tarn in passenger truffles its a view to detoruiluing tho ad lability of a law fixing fares at two crate a wile It is now thought that tho bill providing for an increase in tho pay of offloors of tho army has no chance of pawing at this session of CoegroM Prof Ilrirry Pratt Judson who baa been noting hood of tho Univor of Chicago since tho duath of Doctor IIarIkr laM been elected president of luetlltitlou Tire deftdlook botwcou Washington San Francisco null Jnpan has been lirokni by H compromise which it is blkrod will make nil partita happy uilil v treaty can to made Mnj r Sehinilz nnd associates after u series of conferences nt tho White House agree to allow Japan ere childron to attend the public Kchfxl uf San Francisco if Japanese cool laborors are from or Schmaltz Dud the San Francisco Bard of Education Whether Jap nueco ooolioe shall or shall come into limo United States has nothing whatever to do with tbo question whether Japanese children should bo allowed to go to school with other children The purpose of their ox cltnion is thus proved to bo merely the desire of the white people to in jure those of another race at least cough BO na to prevent tho other nice from coming to this country tot look homes anti employment The various temperance movements in progress or recently consum muted in the Southern States load one paper to declare that the South II is tho stronghold of Tho situation in somo of these states is indeed remarkable In Kentucky there aro 253 distilleries but there are ouly fivo counties in the state which nro thoroughly irrigated by their so has local option boon applied to tho abolition of the saloons J THE CITIZEN THE HAPPIEST MAN IN THE WORLD Everything that I get that is what I have been wanting helps to make me happy The money I have earned helps the things I buy with it help and the things friends like mcand everybody likes to be liked The more I receive the happier I become Is the happiest man then the one Who receives most Do you remember that Some One once said It is more blessed to give than to receive Does it work that way with you Which makes you happier to give something or to get it Perhaps you never tried giving to know Some people who have tried it say its so The happiest people know are the giversgivers time kind words kind acts moneyanything they have that can do you any good That looks as if the happiest man in the world would be the one who could give the most doesnt it And who gives the most That woman who gave the two mites gave more than all the rich people around her sheshe gave all she had she was the happiest the Fifteen million people in China are at the point of Starving to death from famine If you give something to themJIt will make you happy and save the lives of some little clildren that are being eaten by the mad starving people Every cent you send to The Citizen for the starving people will be sent to China by where gifts are needed and every chance to give is a chance to get happier There is your church and Sunday School your school there is the poor neighbor there is the bad road there is the child that needs a lift over a hard place all chances for you to give something you have that some one else needs Get happy COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY W A Young chief counsel James Hurgls says that tho trial of Hargifl sot next Monday will bo postponed ou account of the conflict in into with tho trial of French Smith Abuor and others sot tho sumo time at Bonttyville Tho Farmers State Institute was opened Tuesday nt Sholbyvillo Or ganization was tho keynote of tho mooting and the mostiiiuportnnt fact brought to the attention of time far mere wine that if they will stand to gather they can control prices and fair return their labor and the prodiico of tho sod which they have cultivated and rondo fertile By tho middle of this month it is expected that all logs and timber to be used in tho construction of tho Fort of Boonoaboro Kentuckys Stnto Building at tho Jamestown Exposition will have been shipped Tho fort will be patterned after tho original structure erected by Daniel Boone within the present bounds of Madison County DOCTOR HELD TO ANSWER Mexican Authorities Refute to Hear American Plea El Paso Fob 2kIlls frtcndi hero were advised that following a cloRo Investigation Into tho peculiar death of Miss Mary Fanning n young American woman who died In tho office of Dr H C Rcce a popular American physician of Mexico City that Dr fleet been placed In prison without prl ego of Dr flees states that tho young woman came to him Buffering from an operation viously performed The Mexican authorities holt that had the opera tion been previously made tho patient could not have reached tho office where she died He Was Action Day City Mich Fob 20 James It Corbett of Troy N Y an actor In the Kennedy stock company became end denly Insane on Uio stage of n local theater and shouted for some one In tho audience to kill him Tho audi once at first thought that tho actors excitement was part of tho play and other members of tho company led him from tho stage before tho audi once realized tho situation The play was then resumed Corbett was taken to St Marys hospital Firemen Absent from Their Potts Sumter S 0 Feb 20Whllo both companies of the fire department wero attending tho funeral of Chief Graham who was killed by falling walls In tho fire hero fire broke out In baggage room of tho union station gained sufficient before the department could respond to destroy tho building Firemen Eugcno StanslII and Frank Lyman were Injured Tho loss on tho station was 15000 Five pouches of United States mall were destroyed A Difficult Problem Trondhjem Feb 20lJolJ Hnakon at an afterdinner discussion of tho coming conference at Tho Hague sold ho recognized that thero would bo extreme difficulty In arriving at International agreement on tho reduction of armaments but thought tho conference should seek to reach op agreement prohibiting tho employment of airships and submarine yea sols In war NEBRASKA NEWS- LIxzNaroN IIIb I9We are having some fine weather at prlllntlr W 1 Nick wson and faintly who acme hero be cause It Is BO healthy say that they almost Mke MW people Mr Bud Carpenter expects his mother bro ther soon Little Dirl Adams who hut been quite III with pneumonia Is some what better We have been having QUho a lot of grippe In the neigh borhood Mr A J Adams houra farm Air hurl Walton wife are thinking of going to Kentucky Jim Hudson family will move on a firm noonMrs JUrquet wu the guest of Mrs Btneut Reaves SuttnUy afternoon Hugh Nlckrreon will go w Ovwton Neb to visit relatives WediHKkhy OHIO NEWS HAMILTON 3The national tanks court house postofttce public and pam chtal schools closed In Hamilton yes- teiady in honor of Wishlnglons birthday but no other business was cue pended Wra 1 Flanory who bus Mere Oibbard Mr Flanery and his wife returned to Horea Thursday Mrs T J Flanery returned Sunday stopping In Cincinnati to see mil- E E Flanory Land wJfe Jomes Gab bird who been working In Hamil ton for past month ucoompinlcd Mrs Flanery as far us Winchester on his way home to pwsley county KyDr Woddell of Chicago who Is aotlng pastor of the First Baptist Church lectured at the T M C A last Sunday afternoon on How to make the most of ones HfCv Dr Wiley of Dover Del been called to the pastorate of tho First Daptdat Church will take charge the lat of AprJIA total yield of over 9000 000 a jtnr Is now Indicated as regu tar thing from the Dow tax on saloons as dmended by the Alkon Law raising the rote from 350 to 1000 a year There ore now In the state of Ohio about 9C28 saloons The Alkeo law decreased number 25 per cent anti Increased tho revenue 100 per cent Shortage Children The cry has recently lea raised In Baltimore that the new child labor lac makes it Impossible fur come of tho Jactorlcs to operate successfully bemuse of time number of children tak en out of their employ sand sent to school Mr Schontabcr of the Bureau of Labor Statistics says the truth Is flat ftictorlte art always short of child labor merely because It is cheap labor Their cry of shortage Is meiw ly a queatiton of ooonomy with them They could get all the men they wont at from a dollar quarter to two dollars a toy to do tho carrying out and cleaning up they want boys bemuse boys ore cheap if they cannot boys they want girls or women who are forced to work tor what they tan get National Child r 1 Chief Contents of This Number IAQE Iilrni From the ITIile World In Our Own Country- Commonwealth of Kentucky Killtoriul IInjii lr t Jinn In the World The llotlval 3Ir Clone Wnnt to be n TincherT PACK TWO Serial The Homo of n Tiou nnd Candle lucent Suite New 1Aou TimiinI- leren and Vicinity College Items A Urent Literary Trent PAGK rouiu Comment Why the Progress of tho American He Cnill l NHilril by UiRitallruiil fluauty Taught by Political Tnik- Teinpenrnce PAOU riVK Harm and Garden The Chlldrvni Department PACK SIX Tliejlloinn Your and lund Manner The NchiMil Problem of the District Hfhool bjr Proflllniiinr The 1 irm Growlnjtof 1rult Eighth Kentucky history Loulftvllle lixpofiltlon Progress Latett Market Iteport PAGE SEVEN News Everywhere The Sunday School Iilnon- fAGI EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence Want aSchool Teacher It you want to be one and a good one should be roadlng those ar tides of Prof Dlnsmoros on page six on Tho Problems of the District Schools They ought to be rood by every school teacher In Kentucky every school trustee and every body who has a child In school in it would be very good thing If e very oKlz n of the United States would read them for every one has an Interest In the public school Ask the teacher In your district If he or she Is rending thorn What reading Prof Dlnamoros articles on school teaching and teachers Why you arent up to date They began week weeks we will send back numbers to CWzon rub scribers who apply wkhout any charge RevIval Close Rev George Saltau preached MUM raoripa In series of evangel istic meetings Wednesday night They begun on Sunday February 17th and have groat Interest effect turnout eleven days Tho Y lol- O A prayer meeting at the vesper hour Monday night was one of the most stirring and enthusiastic that been seen for long time and the boys went out from It to got the other students from the dormitorI- ES filled up the Chapel Instead of tho usual Chapel service 1Wcdues day morning a special meeting was conducted by request of the sched ule committee by Dr Thomson opened by a short stirring upped for Christians to be Cnossbearers Fruit bearers told Wltnessbearers by Mr Soltau Then a minutes was en to short testimonies thanks to God for some blessing received with in the past ten days Within less than ten minutes sixtyone persons told of some blessing received After that opportunity was given for those who wished to have pmyer for special per sons rose and said how many they wished particularly to be prayed for The numbers la all cases were from one to four prayer woe offered for them and the Christians prom- Ised to pray for thorn Then an op portunity was glvn for those who wished to be prayed for themselves to rise largo number probably thirty or more arose It was grand serviceIn evening at 215 a mooting for the young students was held In the Upper Chapel meetings for young ladles In Lincoln Hall one led by Mrs Thomson the other by Miss Douglas The results of all these meetings together with the final inspiring service in the Chapel Wednesday night no one can ful ly measure Many have been convert ed many who had wondered away have come hack to active Christian faith life Pests later some estimate may bo mode of tho number who have been converted Three Firemen Hurt St Louis Mo Fob 2GTho story building at tho northwest corner of Franklin avenue Soventh street occupied by Globe Clothing company was damaged 75000 by fire and three firemen wore hurt but none seriously Found Hanging In Woods Paris Feb 26A mans body on which were found papers bearing tho name A Mann N Y was found In tho woods at Vmconncs It Is sup posed to have been a of suicide i G + t- oeloioiot4oeoeoeaiaiaioio O o 0 rosor Dinsmores articles on o g School Teaching on page 6- eeoeoeoeoeaeoeoeoeoeoeasaeo g o IVol BEREA KENTUCKY lU07One a No 37r a UM emetingdairyaand livo jr a Md hoc yourslu ton the cropofnot ebc out the the HOW his intorIttItiug not for now prohibition doublybecause enough of didnt of crowd awayThere for for not for u for Tex has ball pro Not and tho and headway any feel and has and and Feb and UnJIIorsll DeIUth her has the Ky has and a has the the nnd but und get HDmelComJr1nton ONE tliiK brew Toy Note Hoy from To Be you end tact a Not last For a few Meetings the the had and the lust has a und few giv and and and a a men and two the and and and fire and tho case o r1EAnd Nfa cwhcth Dont Forget THAT WE CAN OFFER YOU THE MOST COMPLETE SERVICE WE CAN HANDLE YOUR GENERAL BANK ING BUSINESS AND IN ADDITION WE CAN ACT AS GUARDIAN FOR MINOR HEIRS AS ADMINISTRATOR OF AN ESTATE OR AS RECEIVER FOR AN INVOLVED BUSINESS AND WE CAN LEND MONEY ON ANY KIND OF GOOD SECURITY OUR POWER TO CARE FOR YOUR FINANCIAL AFFAIRS IS ALMOST UNLIMITED AND IT WILL BE EXERTED TO THE UTMOST IN THE SERVICE OF OUR PATRON THE GREATEST COURT ESY AND ALL CONSISTENT ACCOMMODATIONS TO i OUR PATRONS ARE OUR WATCHWORDS WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AND TIME DEPOSITS ICAPITAL 5000000 J J Moore President W H Porter Cashier I THE Berea National Bank CAPITAL 2500000 The Berea National Bank confidently believes it can meet every requirement of the most discriminating customers DEPOSITORS WILL RECEIVE AS LIBERAL 1 TREATMENT AS IS CONSISTENT WITH SOUND BANKING S E WELCH President J W FOWLER Vice Pros JL GAY Cashier OTHER DIRECTORS Wright Kelly J V LarnbfrtJS R BakerrW C Parks W A Hammond R W Todd i J 1 HOTrcKToconnesroKDKjrrs- All mniialetloBi fcr Ihli rl heal Ix Bffcm iilf4 hamof th BUIIKX MlnrecMiUr h- rpablkttkbatsddrefaaodtihnlb rM coir on OBB Mpr- p erfl Itt rineamg and 4 l- ebthIttrodegurplIAIddbaoel Prop UlaN w Mi d a cult la dropkar w tb moos la which th f ai priiuo THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON bIb tl Till MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAKEIOH tic lopjrlght bide bj WbbYrrUtb- CHAPTER II A Face at Sherrys We shook hands stiffly and I loft tlm going down in an elevator filled with eagereyed anxious men 1 nt least had no cares of business It made no difference to me whether tho market rose or toll Something of the spirit of adventure that had been my ourso quickened in my heart as I walked through crowded Broadway past Trinity church to a bank and drew tho balance remaining on my letter of credit I received In currency Rightly less than 1000 As I turned from the tellers window 1 ran Into the arms of the last man In thu world I expected to see This lot It be remembered was In October of the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and one Dont mention my name an thou lovest me said Laurence Donovan and he drew me aside Ignored my hand and otherwise threw Into our meeting a casual quality that was somewhat amazing In view of the fact that we had met last at Cairo Allah 11 Allah It was undoubtedly Larry I felt the heat of the desert and heard the camel drivers cursing and our Sudanese guides plotting mischief under a window far away Well we both exclaimed luterro gatively He rocked gently back and forthwith his hands In his pockets on the tile floor of the banking houso I had seen him stand thus once on a time when he had oaten nothing In four daysIt was In Abyssinia and our guides had lost us In the worst post ble placewith the same untroubled look in his eyes Please dont appear surprised or scared or anything Jack he said with his delicious intonation 1 saw a fellow looping for mo an hour or so ago Hes been at it for several months hence my presence on thoso shores of the bravo and the free lies probably still looking as bos a per sistent devil Im here as we may say qulto Incog Staying at an East- Side lodging house whore I shant In vita you to call on me But I must see you DIne with me tonight at Sher 18Too big too many people Therein lies security if youre in trouble Im about to go into exile and I want to oat one more civilized dinner before I go 1 Perhaps Its Just as well Where are you oft tornot Africa again T- Xo Just Indiana ono of tho sov ereign American states as you ought to know IndiansNo all dead Pack train balloon automobile camels how do you get Micro Varnished cars Its easy Its not the getting there its the not dying of ennui after youre on the spot Humph 1 What hour did you say for the dinner Seven oclock Meet mo at the en trance Ill be there If Im not In Jail Kind ly allow mo to precede you and dont follow pleaso Ho walked away his gloved hands piasped lazily behind him lounged out upon Broadway and turned toward the Battery I waited until ho disap geared then took an uptown car My first meeting with Laurance Don oven was In Constantinople at a cat where I was dining He got into a row with an Englishman and knocked him down It was not my affair but I liked the ease and definiteness with which Larry put his foe out of commission I learned later that It was a way he had My friend the American consul general at Constantinople was not with out a sense of humor and I easily enlisted him In Larrys behalf Tho Eng IIshman thirsted for vengeance and Invoked all tho powers He insisted With reason that Larry was a British subject and that the American consul had no right to give him nsyluma point that was I understand thor oughly wellgrounded In law and fact Larry maintained on the other hand that he was not English but Irish and that as his country maintained no representative In Turkey It was his privilege to find refuge wherever It WAS offered Larry was Always the most plausible of human beings and between usl1 tho American consulI and Iwo made an Impression and got him off I did not realize until later that the real joke lay in tho fact that Larry was Englishborn and that his devo tion to Ireland was purely sentimental and quixotic His family had to be sure come out of Ireland some time In the dim past and settled In Eng land but when Larry reached years of knowledge It not of discretion he cut Oxford and Insisted on taking his de gree at Dublin He even bcllcvcdror thought bo believed In banshees lie allied himself during his university dyj wHh the most radical and turbulent Alvocata of P separate national ejcinicnte fur Ireland nnu UCCI spent a month In Jail for rioting I arryft Instincts woro scholarly made u brilliant record at tho slty thou at 22 lie came forth to at the world and liked It well Ills father was a busy man ho had other sons BO ho granted an allowance and told him to away from home Until ho got bo respectable So from nople after n tour of Europe gether crossed the search of the HoshpotB of lost dom spending three years in tho suit Wo parted at Cairo on terms lie returned to England later i lila beloved Ireland had bithely sung tho wildest songs In the darkost days of ventures and never lost his The Sod as ho apostrophized capitalized his adopted country Larry had the habit of ness Ho emerged from his East oyesy lodging houso that night clothed erly and wearing the of peace and reserve that Is so Incompatible with his breed dlecord and Indulge In When wo sat down for a leisurely ner at Sherrys wo were not I ly maintain a forbidding pair If I may drag myself Into the are both A trifle under the height sinewy nervous and Just trained fine Our lean tacos wore wellbrowned mlnp ing a frosh coat from my days steamors deck Larry had never been In fore and the scone had for both the charm of a gay and novel tacle I have always maintained talking to Larry of people anj that the Americans arc tho somest and best put up people In world and I believe ho was of It that night as we gazed with Pick long unaccustomed to splendor upon the great company assembled in tho restaurant Tbe lights tho music tho variety and richness of the costumes of the women tho many unmistakably foreign faces that gave a cosmopolitan accent to the whole wrought a welcome spoil upon senses Inured to hardship In earths waste and dreary places b Now toll me the story said Have you done murder Is the of fense treasonable- It was a tenants row in Galway and smashed a constable I smashed him pretty hard 1 daro say from the row they kicked up In tho newspapers I lay low for a couple of weeks caught a boat at Qucenstown and here I am waiting for a chance to get back to The Sod without going In Irons You wore certainly born to be hanged Larry Youd better stay In America Theres more room here than anywhere else and Its not easy to kidnap a man in America and carry him off Possibly not and yet the situation Isnt wholly tranquil ho salt trans fixing a bit of pompano with his fork Kindly note the florid gentleman at your rightat the table with tour hos next tho lady In pink It may In terest you to know that hos the lint ish consul Interesting but not Important You dont for a moment suppose That hos looking for me Not at all But bo undoubtedly has my name on his tablets Tho detective thats here following ino around Is pretty dull He lost rue this morning while I was talking to you In the bank Later on I had tho pleasure of trailing him for an hour or until he finally brought up at British consuls of fice Thanks no moro of the fish Lotus banish care I wasnt born to bo hanged and as I am a of tender I doubt whether I can be do ported they lay hands on me He watched the bubbles In his glass dreamily holding up in his slim well kept fingers t Toll Huaieihlnft ox jwur owa Immediate present and future hi said I made tho story of my grandfather GIonurmB legacy as brief as possible for brevity was A definite law of our IntercourseA you say with nothing to ilit but fold your hands and wall It doesnt sound awfully attractive to mo Id rather do without tho money But I Intend to do sumo work I owe It to my grandfathers memory to make good if bores any goof in me Tho sentiment Is worthy of you Glonarm he sold mockingly What do you seen ghost I must have started slightly at suddenly espying Arthur Pickering not SO foot away party of half a dozen more had risen nnd Pickering and a girl wore detached from the others torn momentShe youngquite the youngest in tho group about Pickerings table curtain girllshnosa of height and outline may have boon emphasized by her juxtaposition to Pkkerlnga heavy figure She was in black with white showing at throat and wrlstsa som bar contrast to tho other women of the party who wore arrayed with a de gree of splendor She hid dropped her fan and Pickering stooped to pick It up In tho second that sho wilted turned carelessly toward me and our eyes met for an Instant Very Hkcly she was Pickerings sister and 1 tried to reconstruct his family butlbut with u charming dignity knd poise and tho gold of her fair hair glinting under her back toque Her eyes as turned them full upon me wero tho saddest sweetest r I Pickering Stooped to It Up I I so tho political If It no A or A she she eyes I had ever seen aid ewt JK wit brilliant crowded room I talc th4t spell They were fixed jn my nuu rv Indelibly mournful drpamy and Wil fut In my absorption 1 forgot Larry Youre taking unfair advantage ho observed quietly Friends a yours Y TO DE CONTINUED TOOK ALL THE BLAME Stately Courtesy Displayed by Dtt man to Englishman In the country district of format the natives still practice tho old world stately courtesy which Is now seldom found In the cities whore the natives have been long In contact with Europeans An English gentleman who had bought a new pony wns trying him ono morning when tho animal bolted and ran full speed down a narrow roadStraight ahead was a native cart In which was a family party out holiday making The pony dashed Into tho midst of tho merrymakrrs and so verely Injured tho native who was driving Before time Englishman bad an op portunity to explain his unexpected onslaught the Burman picked himself up and bowed low My lord pardon he said ajyjJfv Botlcally my cart should not liave been there When Are Blackberries In a field oft a Surrey England lane approached a perfect specimen of the peasant slouch hatted nnd smocked lie was leading by tho hand a boy of about ten obviously a townbred youngster They paused for a moment Whats thoso gran pa1 asked the boy pointing to a cluster of berries In tho hedges Them bo blackberries my boy Blackber ries Why theyre red I Red Of course they be rod I Dont you know boy that blackberries be awayt red when theyro green i STEAM IS MISTAKEN FOR SMOKE CAUSING A WILD PANIC IN A CHICAGO CHURCH Women With Babes Battled Frightened MenNineteen Persons Badly Injured Chicago Fob 25 Nineteen persona were Injured and scores of others tiara ly escapist with their lives during a panic following a false alarm of fire In the Church of Sancta Maria Addol urutn Grand avenue nud Peoria street The rush for the exits during which dozens wore ground under tho feet of thoso behind thorn resulted from the prank of boys who opened the radiator escape valve which tilled the vestibule with hissing steam Tho second mass was being cole brated when several boys bent on frightening the worshipers crept InVo tho first floor of tho building occu plod aa a School hall and began tam poring with the radiator la which a high pressure of steam was maintained One of too number unscrewed tho top front the escape valve allowing douse volumes of tho vapor to Cow outr- aUlOr ntaoomo Gnmbora the pas tor was In tho midst of tho sacred ftlllco and 100 members of the congre gallon wero following his words de voutly when a cloud of steam was wafted In at tho WIt door which stood partially open limo horror stricken occupants of the edifice turned from their devotions to cast a glance Into tho hallway which was tilled with steam and then they made u rush for Ura east door The priest halted fur a moment In the midst of hla service and then ho cried to his fast disappearing flock that there was no danger lie commanded them to return to their seats to ad vane to the altar and to be calm but they did not listen to what he said Mon women and children fought for egress through the oast door none venturing to tho west exit where It was bollovod that the flames were ra cing Women with babies In their arms battled with mon for an opportunity to escape and voiced their demands for liberty by screams In their native Italian tongue Just oatoldo of the oast exit Uo stairway descend sharply to the floor below ending In a small landing Mil a stained glass window To the right another door open Into the hallway of the street floor It was at this landing wthoro Ute crush was pet tand It WM here that the frantic MMM straggled with each other la t deeper are effort to escape Unable to fight their way through the doorway so great was the crush heeled them some of those Id frost endeavored to turn and pmh those who were behind them lokI was a fatal move for the increasing weight above them forced them to the floor lid halt n drawn roan women Mid children wove forotd through the window and Ml to the street six feet below Mali a shower of broken glass- STABBED IN SHIELDING SON Young Man Interfered In Quarrel Be tween Parents Kansas City Feb UMrs J Oscar Richardson wife of a staltoeary en gineer rushed between her awn and husband In tho act ef peacemaker at their home In Kosetlale near hand was stabbod to the heart hy Itteh arisen Ttio pair had been quarreling when the son Interfered taking the mothers part Richardson then attacked the son with a knife when the mother inter fared TRAIN MUTILATES MINISTER Preacher Palls Under Wheels and Is Ground to Death I Wcstboro Mass Fob 2GThe mull J bated and dismembered body of the Rev Dr Everett D Burr n prominent t Baptist clergyman of Newton Center was found lying beside tho eastbound tracks of the Boston and Albany dl vision of the New York Central railroad near the Summer street bridge Medical Examiner Charles S Knight stated that death was duo to accident Ifs laId that the victim hUll undoubtedly fallen from a moving train while passing from one ear to mother Three Firemen Hurt St Louis Feb 26 The flvostory building at the northwest corner of Franklin avenue nnd Seventh street occupied by the Globe Clothing Co was damaged 75000 by fire and three firemen ware hurt but none seriously Theater Burns Altoona Pa Fob 2GTine Lyric thcator conducted as Keiths vaude ville house was destroyed by fire Tho fire Is supposed to have boon caused by crossed electric wires on thu The loss Is about 90000 stlSII Troy N Y Fob 2 Presbyterian chapel was destroyed by firo Loss 52000 More Smallpox Jefferson City Mo Feb 25The clerk of tho house of ropnucntatlvci nnd ft guard at the penllenlliry bava boon stricken with smallpox Many nl the legislators have left tie city ami It Is not likely that an attempt will bo mado to convene tho legislature American Found Hanging Paris Feb 2fA mans body on which were found papers bearing the name A Mann New York was found hanging In the woods at Vln cennos It Is supposed to have beec i case of suicide I STATE NEWS PICKUPS ij THREE KENTUCKIANS Successfully Passed Examinations For the Rhodes Scholarships Georgetown KyDr Arthur Yager of Georgetown college chairman of the Khodos scholarship committee an nounced receipt from Oxford England of those successfully passing the exam inations and tho appointment to schol arships will be made Those who pawed examinations were Gilbert Whitney Campbell Kentucky university i Wil llama Shacklott Hamilton state college and Winchester Stuart Central univer city The committee of selection consists of Dr Arthur Yager Georgetown col loge chairman President Janice K Patterson State college Prof Thomas U McCartne Kentucky university President F W Hlnltt Central univer sity Prof D D Poelo Kentucky col legs II Woodrow of Logan county who two years ago passed examination will also be entered for consideration FORMER MAID In a Cincinnati Home Is Said To Be the Salvationists Sister Louisville KyA postmortem ex animation IH being made Into the cause of the death of Henry LB feline who died in the city hospital Latellng walked Into the hospital and fell to tho floor exhausted Ho was found to lie In a dying condition anti pAMod sway within the hour He told the In terms that he was a member of the Salvation army but local oftleors of that organisation disclaim any knowledge of him- Lafellng lad worked for a local roe titurant for the past three years He Is said to have a sister living In Cincin nail and Undertaker flax la trying to Get into eommuolcaUan with her It U said that his doter was recently mar rlod but that formerly she was a maid In a prominent family tiles TRAINMEN KILLED When the Engine Left the Track at ChHttianiburg Ky- ChrtaUaaabant JIwo moa were lajared one probably faulty whoa the ea iiw ef Ute ShelbyvllJeChrtstlaaa burg aecoamMdatloa ON the U ft N left UM rails end turned our sheet two miles from lIeN at 4 oclock this after noon John Purcell Uw aagliaar was planed under tha wurtae Ills left toot waa aloof severed tad ba racalrad la laraal injuries which say caaaa hU Math George macs the Rraman was thrown off the eagle sad escaped with severe brataaa The passengers wero bruised and Jetted up ceMUerably HIS LIFE RISKED By the Conductor So He Might Make the Run To Lexington Lexington Kyla order that the Intelurban oar front Versailles to this city sight arrive here oa time WIt liam Parrell the conductor rlskdd his ute by holding the trolley pole to the fro mar than halt the Journey Die IJI Je broke shortly after the car hid left Veraallles and although Farrr took the chance of being electrocuted every foot of the way be decided to take the chaste In order to got the ear here on time He role almost Ike entire distance seated on lop of the car holding the trolley to the wire Sentenced For Life SalyerevlMs Kye the Jury do agree and find the defendant guilty of murder and fix his punishment br con finement In the penitentiary for life This was tho vordlut of the Jury In the case of the Commonwealth against Henry Montgomery for the murder of Alva Montgomery in this county in August last Son OutlawSergeant KyMossages from Iron ton 0 confirm the report of the mur der there in a saloon of Clint IJrnn ham 30 ton of the late Tyidy Bran ham outlaw hanged four years ago at Wise Va for the murder of a woman nranhnm was In n dispute with the bartender when the lacers brother shot him New Farmers Inttttute- Mayavllle IyTho Mason county farmers Institute met hori under tho auspices of tho State department of agriculture A local institute was or ganized with 11 Ilobb as president and Shelby lllatterman as secretary and treasurer Will BulH Double Track Richmond Ky Mason Hanson Colcman Co contractors this city was awarded the contract to construct five nudes of double track on the Norfolk Western beginning at Thaokor W Va The contract price Is 700000 Tho work which Is tho main line is to be completed in one year and six months One Suit Oars Another Frankfort KyThe case of U U Rich vs Mary L Rose from Kenton was reversed the court holding that a civil suit to collect rent In advance under contract Is n bar to another suit of forcible entry and a detainer against the same tenant Wants To Go Cack Cynthlano KyM C Swlnford an noinced his candidacy for the state leg- Islature subject to the action of tho Democratic party Mr Swlnford repro tented Harrison county In tho state legislature several years ago j WAGE INCREASE Ten Per Cent Has Been Arranged IOf For L A N Engineers Louisville ICyAfter being in con fcrrnce since January 7 the general committee of adjustment of the BroW erhood of Locomotive Engineers and General Manager II M Starks of the L and N retched an agreement It runs for an Indefinite period from March 1 next and by it some 1200 to 1300 men will got increases in the neighborhood of 10 per cent the aggre gate totaling over 200000 per year Some ICO yard engineers now drawing JJ25 for n run of 100 miles will get 1375 This moans that instead of making from U30 to ISO as at present thex will got from 145 to 200 n month Hnglnocrs of through freights am raised from 1126 por 100mile run to JUS Instead of getting from 1125 to HOC a month they will get JUO to 186By a readjustment over the overtime wile engineers will get 46 cents In stead of 36 rents hoer hbur for over time and It will begin when the train la one hour lute Instead of when It ls two hours late as reckoned at present KENTUCKIAN One of the Two Victims of a Collision In Utah Salt Lake City UtihCllnton D Leigh ti w II known newspaper man of Salt Lake was kilted State Repre sentative Seth Tuft of Wayne ronnty was fatally Injured and has since died nnd Speaker Harry Josephs was slightly hurt In n collision on the Copper BoiL railway nt tho mining camp of Blngham The victims wero members of a legislative party visiting the Bine ham mines Mr Leigh was representing the Salt Lake Herald He was of n prominent KanueKy family and was at one time city Miter of the Owontuoro KO Messenger mil brother Bdwnrd Ix lgh II private secretary to Oev Dcrkhara Representative Taft tiled three houra after the accident LIBRARY BUILDING Plans Approved and Centraet Let For State College Structure I ntlnntoa KyTito executive com elan of Kentucky State eoOejc neW a Howling here the laeaabrm tentbeing Dr P Praaee Judge It 8 Rtmft C M Clay Judge W T Laffwty ami C IL Nichols The principal buRr eaa before the owmmltUx1 was the ron III rrathM of the plans which tad been smuts for tie new CartMtglo Litrary baUdteg The plane were apprnvd and the oonlnt IlL let to Honilrtrku Uroa of this oily to coa ttti r ua building They will begin an soon an the contractors can get their force ready The now building will tact from nMO to ItOOW EXPRESS COMPANY Must Settle For Actual Damage Dona To Live Stock In Transit Iexlntton Ky Under a dciin ol Judge Watts Parker of the Favetta circuit court express companies nro liable for Ute actual damag diino livestock during shlpmont no matter went value has been placed upon the soclc when aotiofitod by tho express com panics This decision which IB of Interest to breeders owners and train ers of trotting horses and thorough bred was the result of A suit flied by H F Iox nnd David Logan of lv vlllo Too Much Religion Lexington KrllalIt Garland an Itinerant preacher who attempted to commit suicide by battering his toad against the walls of tho steel cage nt Barboursvllle was placed In tho Eastern Kentucky lunatic asylum hero While walking on the streets at liar boursvllle Garland created a panic by breaking from his guards and knocking one man down who attempted to recapture him Too great religious for vor Is said to be tho cause of his in sanity Niiw Kentucky Line Ellinbethtown Kyo J Lampton the Louisville electrIc railway promo ter began surveying an electric rail way route between this city nnd West Point The route Is 22 miles long and parallels the old L and N pike The cost of construction Is estimated between 10000 and 12000 per mile Tho road wilt probably bo completed to Bowling Green Negro Baby Cremated Owlngsvlllc KyAt Shnrpsburg 1- I cabin belonging to Isowt Ratllff was burned nnd a negro baby was cremated I Tho mother had placed tho baby in bed to sleep while she wont into tho RatllO house to work John A Gex Dead Warsaw KyJohn Anthony Gex the wealthiest man in Gallatln county died nt his homo on his farm belo here Ho celebrated his eightyseven- birthday recently Mr Gox was wet known In Cincinnati and Louisville where ho visited often All Mayors Enjoined Lexington KyUnder Judgment granted by Judge Watts Parker thf present mayor and all future mayors m againstI 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OF SOURCES So 0 gOgOqOqOqOqOqOqOqOqOqOqOqOIlov ire out again after quite n wtvore at tack of La Grippe Tim Fancy Work Club meets at home of Mino Ella Guy Thursday Tho spring term of line Publics School begins Monday March Ith Parents should two that ivory oJtihl that is not alnwiiy In nahool should orator Tho C W B M meets nt tho pnnionngo of the Dlse plus Churah Monday nt 280 D N Wulch was In town tho first of the weak Vornon Wheoldon who is attend lug school nt WIHnn sburg has heon visiting n fow ddS with M8 mothor Minn Lizxio Smith on Depot street entertained pow of hor friomIl last Saturday night Mm S IE Welch has returned from Ashvillo N C whoro she has boon spending tho winter Mrs S R Baker returned Tuoa tiny from Cincinnati whoro she has bfon buying hor spring and summer goods Greco Wagon has been visiting friends here Miss Allio Fowler is in Cincinnati buying up her stock of spring milli nary Miss Lnurn Sponco of lenin Ky i in visiting friends and relatives hero Mm Joo Evans has just returned from n visit with hor sister at Con way Ky Mrs M B Johnson of Speedwell Ky is visiting Mrs J 11 Jackson anti family Miss Mettle Gnbbard who was chilled homo to see hor sick mother at Doyceville ICy returned Tuesday Mr John Anderson has boon suf feting for n tow days from an attack of rheumatism n s weseee t A Doctors Medicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral Is not a simple cough syrup It is a strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this a Cherry1ectonl goodIs It- edl doe MicUAUI J KITZUUAU NJ uu IAXad MaseAlso I I I Villers SARSAPAIULUI You will hasten recovery by tak ing one of Ayers at bedtime POgQgOUOUQUOqOUOWOUO5DSO5OSMrs hail LA Grippe for n oonple of weoks is thought to Ira some better Miss ISIon Jackson sprout a few grandmotherltlaok boeninwill Ira at home hers with hor mother for Botno time InCincinnatispring goods SpeedwollKyMonday 0isIn school Word comes from Dr and Mrs saysthatthoyaroRolvos fOlDl1yCowCrockBoron last week Ho is an uncle of knownin tolunvofriendshappilynight by giving thorn a farewell re washatwith a beautiful vase and Mr Gros veuor woe tho recipient of a fine Witch fob Mr mid Mrs Grosvenor spoke of their great appreciation of thokindinNowwishes of Tho Citizen go with him Mop Given Awnjr- Tho Commercial Club of Louisville tins sent a number of neat maps of the Unlld SfcUa to Tho Citizen of floe Cor fro ilJ trJbutlon They show jwrtlcukrly the rlvpra and tho river 8tems of tho UtiUcd SUUfK The map la Intaluled to omiilmslzo Uie value of waterways to the Unltod State directly as a oonvonlwoe and nndIndlrccli1ywith tho luUnoads Is wire to lower orThoCItizenthese imps ns long as they lost Beet Ivory from Ceylon ZanzIbarFor Rent A good house and 20 acres of corn laud J W Herndon For Rent Two nice now cottages with mountain spring water on Prospect Street Apply to G D Holliday at the Boroa Bank and Trust Co sogogosoSogosoqoqoqoqoqoqoCollege a a e HERE AND THERE a 0 ogog0S0S0S0S0S0S0SOSOSOSOSProt tea this week visiting several Ken tucky towns la the interests of the O A It and of the Aincrlcnn Bureau of Foreign Travel tinny friends ere glad to Me Mr Will Ktenery back In Btrta after a ootipl of months spent in the Agri cultural DarUn nt of the Wisoon sin State University Prof Dodge in to give the lecture In Upper Otapel next Mowliy March 4th on the subject Unity of Pur IID66 Word ins come from J K GIld rie11 whose appointment to a U S HDverament poiltian In Jljnn ors re cently mentioned In The Ohlzen He asks 4o hnvs tine Citizen Bent to him wbere he to In Japan his sddresj being MTO of the American AwlnsaMlrw Tokyo Japin- President Frost bud been expiating to star In Dem Uini UM Revival Martinet but K telegram hM Thurs day noon silted him awMmly away on tfce afternoon tmln Mtaa Morrow went on with Kdtth and Cleveland on VtMny afternoon The following delegates wore In attendance at the State V M C A convention held At Frankfort from Friday until Monday Fred Ritter Jewell Muin Cam Lewis Karl Kirk Everett Kirk Chins Flattery Chas Fulkorson Elmer Frederick Mr Taylor Prof flame and Prof Dins moro Mr and Mrs Gamble worn also in attendance nt the convention whore Mr Gamble led the music Catherine II Stone of Boston is visiting Boron this week Miss Mario Babcock led the Y W C A Sunday night tho subject being How to overcome temptations A letter has boon received from John Crongor one of last years stu duets in which ho slates that ho is about to accept A position with the Iron and Steel Works Co lit Cleveland O Prof Ralne is now absent from Boron having gone to Now York on last Friday to fill sovornl lecture datasILuaian Porter and Charlie Row land old students write that they are planning to return to Boron for tho spring term Mrs Ridgway who was sick in tho hospitallwith La Grippo after gaining n little strength went homo for a few days but is now buck in school Tho first year Gorman class is abouttabogin tho study of a rjew book entitled Willkommen in Dautsch land by Prof Wm Masker of Oborlin who spent several years in Germany lie was a member of tho American Colony in Hallo Our many when Prof Cook was there and made tho presentation speech when a laurel wreath was presented to tho latter just aftnr ho had passed his Doctors examinations Prof Marsh is attending the Sup orintcndonts Section of tho National Education Association in Chicago this week A Great Iltrrnry Trent The Gamble Concert was tho great musical treat of tho season Prof flames recital of Macbeth on Monday night March 11th will bo the yearSlinkespearos called litho greatest treasure in our dramatic literature and Prof Raine is n master in tho interpretation of Shakespeare Ho is now absent from Borea giving to others what wo aro GeorgeFAgricultural College In speaking of ProC flume said His rendering of Shakespeare as I have heard it is excellent in all tho ways that make good reading a gen nine interpretation of an author es pecially free from tho tricks of elo cution so frequently marring public readings NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tessley Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest to Kentucklans THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tlon Throughout Kentucky Frankfort Ky Fob 22A caso similar in many respects to that of Harry K Thaw now being tried In Now York city was the occasion for a now ruling for the Kentucky court of appeals In reversing a judgment sentencing Jamos A Shlpp of Taylor county to life Imprisonment for kil ling J A Smith of Campbollsburg for alleged Improper relations with his wife tho court holds that It was competent for tho defendant to toll tho Jury of a confession by his wife to him of her relations with Smith which I confession ho says she made to him two days before the killing and that It was not competent to prove her chastity as rebutting the Idea that she would have made such a confession to her husband Shipp killed Smith on sight after as ho says hearing tho story from his wifes lips A now trial under Instructions is ordered and tho case will go on a change of venuo to some otter county than that In which tho killing occurred Delmas Seeks a Hint Frankfort Ky Fob 22 Attorney Doltnns who has charge of tbo Thaw defense has sent to Clerk Morgan Chinn of the court of appeals for a copy of time decision in the case of Shipp vs the Commonwealth which involves many questions similar to those in tho Thaw case A VALUABLE FILLY T C McDowell Turns Down Offer of 10000 for TwoYear Old Lexington Ky Fob 2GT C Mc Dowell of this city has turned down nn offer of 10000 for a two yearald filly which he has In training at the Kentucky Racing association track Tho youngster Is a bay fIlly by Allan nDnlo dam Qucenllko II and is a halt slater to Kings Daughter When a yearling the fllly worked a quarter ovor tho association track In 22 3C eqondsfwbleh was tho best work done liertt last tail This work wni published and eastern parties read It Knowing that tho report was authentic they commissioned J E Madden of this city to purchase tho fIlly and Instructed him to offer 10 000 fir her Mr McDowell said that ho would not take 120000 for horns ho regarded her one of tho beat if not the boot fllly he over owned Sold at Court House Door Henderson Ky Fob 20The Hen dorson street railway company of this city was sold at tho door of the courthouse at public sale upon an order of the court to satisfy tho claims of creditors C A Ilinch of Cincinnati president of the Fifth National bank of that city represent Ing bondholders bought tho compa nys Interests for 80000 The namo of tho company will bo changed to tho Henderson Traction company and will bo capitalized for 150000 and bonds for 100000 will be issued The V St C A Convention Tho delegates who attended tho Y M C A convention at Frank fort Pcb 2224 report some inter resting anti inspiring meetings The chiefspeakers wore Rev Fuller Dayton Ohio Rev Dodge Terro Haute Ind Prof Higgins Dan vile 1oud Prof Raino Beroa College Tho key noto of the con vention was service Tho boys werewolf entertained attended most en joyable banquet in which Mrs Gov Beckham helped servo them On Monday morning some of the boys called on Gov Beckham and recei red a most cordial welcome from him Ho expressed his regrets in not being ablo to visit tho convention PratKrrrrrratD9 9ttrat q KrrrkrrRrrrrr Krrr WHO SAID GROCERIES iw V 33JS- S A W D LOGSDON q When you want good things at low prices hes the man J- S to talk with 3 20 pounds Granulated Sugar i zoo v 55White R SS 12 Pint Cups j ISI I Logsdons Up=toDate Grocery Store I W4ttWWSM e t exsrl tsux esoe t rtatx nesttl t I J 1I I- Iod I podo+od o+od od o+odo +ad o+o+00+o4 o bo+o+od o+o+ofo+o+o+ 13Real Estate Reasons 3 i 1 WHYfFOR REAL ESTATE t i THEY ARE RESPONSIBLEf tiInformationo o f dl- h nn seo you get a 0 square deal o ttoThey are the oldest andmost oxperio cod Real Estate t h this county By actual experience thoy knowI2moro about tho value of property in and about Beroa than 1 any one else you could consult o i t THEY HAVE WHAT YOU i They hnvo for sale a large list of i houses and desirable town property TIa choose from No matter what you want 1 Estato they cannlways give you a iG D HOLLIDAY Manager Real Estate Department it0 p BEREA BANK AND TRUST CO i JCAPITAL 5000000 t0 r SURPLUS 1000000 i ioi J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier + 0 od od od 0d od od od od 0d od od ad ododad od od odod od od od od od a bod o lo OroKoreaterexe okorROtoKamSOKoroatortolroroatoa0rt0rorortoo 0 a Ring Phone No 10 o WHEN YOU WANT a GROCERIESa 0 r GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED Z if TO ANY PLACE IN TOWN oGolden Grain Patent Flour per sack 550 fKsI FORi J B Richardson i qSa B LADIES AND GENTS I 0 a os f FURNISHINGSI The Best for the Price Obtainablee 4 a 0- o r o r a QI 0 0 DONT FORGET o a e 0- i USl i- a 0 a 2 WHEN IN NEED OF ANYTHING TO WEAR g o q AS a o- S I 0to Yours Respectfullyw i HARRIS RHODUS COMPANY I iBEREA KENTUCKY Ia v gn I q Watch This Space Next Week I 0- nnnsnenteoeoaoosoegoeoteosoteonoeoteoSoetoelonnSaaona 0 I 0 French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing i We dryclean garments without shrinkage of fabric or loss of color Dyeing according to the best modern methods Largest Establishment in Kentucky Our pricesrare very reasonable 1 Gentlemen Suits f I 10 Clrnnnl ntul1rl etljLnlnee Salts flSO and upi Skirt 810O up Expressage paid one way on 300 worth of work both ways on 500 or more Correspondence solicited THE PARIS DRYCLEANING COMPANY SOSsot Tike street Corlugtuu ICy The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting lliblUhrd every Thursday et Dcre a Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Eo Albert Cook Ph 0 Editor arid Me Subscription Rates PAYADUJ JN ADVANCli ODe Yemr flc the Month la Thrre Months 3 tend moneyhy IVwtoflkr or K preM Money order mart Kegliteicd Letter or our and two cent tamp The date slier OUr name on label ahowstc- what dale your uWriptton l tHild U ill not changed within three woks after renewal notify oa- 1Hising number will t c gladly up lled if we- are ootl6nt Pine Premiums been for new vilwcrinilom and prompt renewal Send tar Premium Iit liberal terms given to any who obtain new ubccrlptlon for ua Any our u four tutcrlplionaanrecceTheCiutentreefuehlmelf Advertising rates on application MFUIIFII OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Hoards are liable to taxation In some Japanese villages The origin of this curious custom Is unknown Zola derived SDme from Zolla which means a clod of earth and he was proud of this derivation To bo happy you must measure your desires with your fortune and not your fortune with your desires Thero Is a woman In Portland Oro who Is nearing her 120th birthday Her motto has always been Dont worry Tho phrase for arts sake does not mean that we should present tho naked truth on all occasions Japan was not only surprised but joined when news from Tonio that It was going to fight us was cabled back The Interstate commerce commis sion appears to bo passing out a whole lemon grove to the Standard 011 company A Kentuckian with the extraordinary Tamo of Offa Stump has been appointed postmaster of Pikovllle Pike county A French scientist has discovered that insects have no minds Whats the matter with the Insects Do they smoke cigarettes has an excitement about a JNebraska was casts spells over Great Scott Is this No experience Count Don do Castellane Is going to take an appeal As he can not get any thing else he should not be grudged thin little satisfaction A California paper speaks of an ox IhlblUon of wheeze wagons and cough carts Probably they were sent there on account of the climate Sir Alfred Mosely after looking America over during a short stay says Its people are extravagant But he is not telling us anything now An Ohio man has been sent to prls on for six years because he has 13 1 wives Ho ought to have known enough t 10 atop when ho had a dozen Defective eyesight declares an au thority is often caused by tho wearing elf tight collars which Interfere with the circulation of blood to the head y Chicago claims to havo an automatic kicking machine Probably remarks the Cleveland Leader it has captured a New Yorker on a trip away from borne r Baron Kaneko says that Bushido J Japans moral system Insists that not a finger shall bo raised against a ben nfactor If Bushido is on our sldo we pre safei J A private Japanese company Is are ranging for tho establishment of a Japanese colony In Alberta Northwest Territory It will bo the first Asiatic colony in western Canada If you get a wrong steer from a man 1man who Is talking to you over tho telephone through his diaphragm you will know that it is a mistake of the heart and not of the head A woman educator now visiting St Louis says that Americans lack thor oughness They are a little rapid In arriving at conclusions but tho paco stems to answer their purposes Enrico C Creel tho new ambassador t to Washington from the republic of 3 Mexico is tho second richest man In Chlliaubau tho richest being his fath erinlaw Gen Luis Terrazas Ho be mantThe village inn at Addlngton Eng I land has been tenented by tho mem beta of ono family since the reign of Henry VII The Jolly Millers Inn at Newborn Cambridgeshire has been kept by a family of tho name of Musk for tho last 400 years fl II II Kobseau recently appointed head of the bureau of yards and I thojf been phenomenal 11iu t1 gress nf tID American L rtwrm By ISAAC N SELIGMAN New York flanker iTlIE Tows are making extraordinary headway in America and pcciully in Now York in largo banking industrial andcent enterprises Kuhn Web C Co Tames Spew t Co mId our own house J W Sclignmn ore illustrative ot what the Tows are doing in banking What has made tho Jew fo uniformly successful iu busi ness The animal which is the prey of man mid other animals adjusts itself to conditions and nature lends its helprlhe pheasant is as brown as tho forest leaves in which it hides Tho squirrel can jump from one tree ito another Kxeluded from- Innd and the mechanical tuIcs the Jew mlnpted hhnstlf to other thiugI- Ht had to live and therefore to work But thure arc inborn characteris tics among the Jews The Jew takes a profound interest in the thing ho has to do lie gives his business all of his time anti talent A moral man he Taros his home and is there when he isnt at his store bank or factoryFrom Abraham down the Jew has venerated and obeyed his father There is a head to every Jewish family and among parents and children there is moro than the usual bond of affection loyalty and helpfulness If you look into tho matter you will find few divorces among my people The family of a Jew is the center of his love and interest His businus pro Tides food clothing and a shelter for his wife and children Cant you see why ho works and how closely the affairs of his world out of doots arc knit into the affairs of his home and heart But ho has had a hard fight His manner and his appearance are against him lIe is not nearly so attractive personally as tho rosy CalOt1J blondhair Swede who may come in the same ship He cant york in the streets liko tho Italian and negro because ho is physically inferior to both Taught selfreliance by persecution he may go into business for himself if it be no more than a rag buyers pushcart Conditions and the Jowuh law have made him what he is There have been great Jewish musicians but few artists and no sculptors Here again we find the repression of the law which says Thou shall not make unto thee any graven imago or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above or that is in tho earth beneath or that is in tho water under the earth Ninety thousand Jews are emigrating to New York annually and we have considerably more than 750000 as it is The United Hebrew chari ties collects 350000 a year and it gives the poor Jew a little money until he can get gmployment and become selfsupporting Unfortunately n goal many of the immigrants go to peddling at tho rash market or in the streets Some are shoemakers tinsmiths and butchers Not a few find work in sweatshops Go to the East side and you will bo astonished at the progress whip the Jews are making Their children are in school and arc refusing to speak Yiddish at home or at play As a rule they are an industrious frugal and lawobserving class of people They own things or will either merchandise or some little business and as mOil of property they will be conservative citizens flpitctt Ngriiri- il tlJr 1RailrntWi By FREDERICK DELANO President of Wabash Railroad Business bas boon very good and in my judg ment is going to continue very good The only difficulty is that the rail roads are between two firws There isI con stant demand of munities competing with each other for reduced rates It seems impossible to advance rates and yet we are compelled to increase wages and compelled to pay more for materials At the same time the public and even the technical newspapers are demanding of the railroads many improvements Officers directly concerted in the operation and management of railroads are as anxious to make many of tho improvements as the public is to have them but the question is when to get the moneyJames J Hill pointed out in a recent speech at Chicago that the rail road facilities of the country had not kept pace with tho growth of its business This is absolutely so but how can wo cure it Complaining about it will not cure it The difficulty is a fundamental one contorted with the economics of tho question The trouble is that capital will natur ally seek investment where the rates of interest considering the certainty of return are the best and capital is finding and has found for a number of years more remunerative investment all timings considered in other lines than in the development of railroads We want the newspapers to analyze those questions and point out the facts and not hammer railroad officials constantly for improved facilities safety appliances and all sorts of things which the railroad officers would be glad to have if they possibly could get them There are ninny railroads which would IMJ glad to spend millions of dollars on improvements of all kinds just as rapidly as the work could be tone but the question ia how to persuade the people and institutions that have the money to invest it with us Reducing passenger fares and freight rates will not help to accomplish the result ieuutJ Uattg1 t by- wnya By LEO CLARETIE WellKnown Parltlin Fcullletonlite oem Give the child an idea of art develop in him P soul eager for beauty 03 assuring to him the society of toys with grace ful forms withcolon that arc ndt vivid with pure linos with spiritual meaning distinguished character discreet ro served and aesthetic Remember that your child passes almost nil tin hours of hia life with his favorite toy Often he even sleeps with it Hi makes it his best his only friend tells it his troubles and his hopes choose it as his intimate confidant If the little girls doll is a lump of wood wrapped in cotton and rags all right it is the child of her imagination and she adorns it with all tho beauties all the perfections it is her owr creature But if you give her a complete and finely dressed tlolmiDl1 that it has not a face that is silly or too much like that of a woman o1 the world or that its dress is not too giddy and startling Dolls havp r power fhat you do not perceive they are teachers of error or of taste When they teach their little mothers the elegance of s1mplicitJ- the distinctly feminine science of tints and of folds of hairdresaibg an ofamfcablelooks they arc performing a good and beautiful worp fine they are preparing the little girlsfor theirrole of nice Frenchwomen CANNONSPLATFORM MrtAKEROFTHEHOUSEON DUAL TARIFF QUESTION He Would Begin with Minimum Outlet Adequately Protective to All Lines of Production and Then Apply Maximum Rates as Penalties for Unfair Treatment As an outcome of tho national con vention for the extension of the for clgn commerce of tho United States a definite step forward has been tak en toward determining the future policy of this country In reference to foreign trade Much credit Is duo to the Initiative taken by tho New York board of trade and transportation The convention at Washington on tho 14th 15th and 16th of January proved to bo a large and Important gathering representing tho views of business men In many of the states of tho unionAmong tho numerous subjects which engaged the attention of the conven tion as related to the brood question of foreign commerce the tariff was as a matter of course conspicuous Tho action of the convention relative to tariff and reciprocity is expressed In tho adoption of the following pro amble and resolutions Whereas Tho adoption of maxi mum and minimum protective tariff systems and the execution In connec lion therewith of numerous reciprocal trade agreements by various foreign countries notably in continental Eu rope are rendering It Increasingly difficult for our exporters to compete successfully for business as against specially favored nations and Whereas Our government Is powerless under existing laws to provide adequate protection to our foreign trade In such Instances and Whereas It has become vitally nee essary to secure wider foreign mar kets for our Increasing agricultural and manufactured products and Whereas Canada Mexico Central and South America Asia Australia and Africa afford opportunities for the sale of our surplus under snore favorable trade conditions Therefore bo It Resolved That this convention In vites the earnest attention of congress to our foreign trade situation and urges early and favorabltf considera tion of a maximum and minimum tariff schedule based upon a concession up to SO per cent from tho existing rates of duties under tho terms of which tho president may havo au thority to enter Into such commercial connections or agreements as may be deemed essential to the safeguarding and extension of the markets for our surplus commodities and be it fur therResolved That In addition to tho granting of discretionary powers to the executive wo urge tho establishment of a permanent nonpartisan ad visory board or commission charged with the duty of studying at all times our trade relations with foreign coun tries with a view toward recommend Ing from time to time such modifies tlons in customs duties or regulations as may in their judgment bo neces sary or desirable Tho resolution relating to the crea thou of a nonpartisan advisory com mission may u well bo left out of consideration No such commission over can or ever will be created Non partisanship on the tariff question does not exist It never will exist There fore there can bo no nonpartisan commissionThe thing accomplished by the bodyIIt remained for Joseph G Cannon speaker of tho house of representa lives to define once for all the this tinction between the two types of a dual tariff Speaker Cannon left no room for doubt on that point With the clear head and undaunted courage which havo made him famous among the distinguished men of the country throughout all its history this plain citizen of Illinois made It perfectly clear what a dual tariff system must bo and must not booIlls remarks to tho 100 delegates who vhs ited him are worthy to be graven In letters of gold No man has ever spoken more to the purpose or more to the point It was tho right time to speak tlmo that the right thing bo saidWhat Speaker Cannon said was In substance and effect that In adopting a dual tariff system devised in tho In torcit of our foreign trade we must start with a minimum tariff as our basis a tariff that shall adequately protect American labor and Industry against foreign competition From that adequately protective minimum tariff there shall bo no reduction or concession to any foreign competi tor That as Speaker Cannon points out is tbo policy of every country which line two sets of tariff rates It must bo the tariff policy of this coun try No Intelligent man who believes at all In tho system of protection can dispute the proposition that our start ing point In arranging for a doublo tariff must of ncccsolty be a settled minimum Upon that says Speaker Cannon wo may do precisely what other countries have dono and are doing build a schedule of maximum rates perhaps ton perhaps 20 per cent to apply to tho products of countries which shall refuse to grant to the exports of the Unite States their minimum tariff rates and In all ways give fair treatment to our ex portsSpeaker Cannoij has written the Re pubaanplatform of J90 s aa tariff and reciprocity are Concerned MADE FOR AMERICANS Our Tariff Not Devised for Europe Is Not Liked by Europeans Hon Richard Hartholdt In an address to the Republicans of tho First ward pointed out tho grunt reason why tho Republican party will chug to tho protective tariff While In Kuropo last summer says Mr Bar tholdt I found that tho people wore unanimously opposed to the Anion can policy of protection It Is a bad thing for the Kuropoamt but a splen did thing for American The Anion can laborer Is today receiving wagon thrco times greater than Is paid to his Gorman brother and twlco an much as to tho laborer of England That Is the reason why tho Repub lican party which created the tariff will defend It Europe does not like tho American tariff Uut the Anon can people prosper through It and will retain It The fact that the American laborer gets twlco na much wages as the British worker in the samo field and three times as much as the German laborer furnishes a complete vindication of tho Republi can protective policy The tariff Is largely responsible for tho American workers preeminence among his tel lows all over the world Over 1000 000 Immigrants come to tho United States every year to share In the prosperity which the Republican partys tariff policy has won for the countryThe tariff which tho Republican party has devised and which it will maintain Is for the United States only No effort was made by the framers of the tariff to please England France Germany or any othor oldworld country Tho Interests of tho American worker wore tho solo concern of tho Republican party In creating the tariff By tho American worker Is meant the entire body of tho population consumers AS well as producer Nearly all Americans are workers at eomo sort of employment All of hem consume Most of thorn produce as well as consume Tho In crests of all Americans were kept In view by tho men who enacted the Dlngloy tariff as well as by tho Republicans who shaped all the other protective measures back to the Mor rill tariff of 1861 These men legit ated for the United State and not for Kuropo This U one of the differ encea between the Republican anti the Democratic parties The Demo cratic tariff of 1894 the WllsonQor man tariff was In tho Interest of Bu rope rather than that of the United State Tho some would be true of a Democratic tariff which would be Framed today or la 190S Tile Repub ian Idea of a tariff far Americans Is what tho American poaple like lMt St Louis OloboDomocmt THE AEOLIAN HARP The Woodpecker Party Onco there was an old farmer who lost his voice As ho could not canals hogs ho taught them to run to the feed pen when he tapped on the trough with a stick Ono day the old nan turned his hogs out In tho for est and every time the hogs heard a woodpecker tapping on a tree they would run to It and this they kept up till they finally ran themselves to death Thats Just like tho Democrats Once they ware called to ether by a Jofforsonlan voice but the party lost Its voice and played tho trick of the old farmer Flue woodpecker politician tapped on the tariff reform limb and away the boys ran like they would break their fool necks then tho free silver limb and so on until the voters are no nearly run to death that they couldnt trot after a genuine Issue If they had one Why not call them the woodpecker party At any rate they como as near Imitating tho old farmers hogs as anything we over knew Mora vian Falls N C Yellow Jacket Different Times Those are great days for wage earners and their savings Tho Now York Horald of January 8 tolls of 4 000 prosperous ones crowding tho doors and corridors of the Gorman Savings bank In order to get their money In during tho lengthened hours which the book grants to de positors ono night In each year so that savings put In prior to January 10 shall draw Interest from January 1 The crush of eager monoy savers was something extraordinary Wo do nbt believe there was any such crush on tho nights of January 7 1895 or 1896 In those tariff revision times money was scarce for deposit by wage earners in savings banks Say ings wero needed to keepfbe wolf from the door They were taken out not taken In That Is they were taken out when tho depositors could get them out The GOday notice rule rlitalnly fTHE DRINK PROBLEM The Surest Cure of the Evil Is In Ex tinction of Drink Traffic ii At a recent public meeting under1 tho auspices of tho Scottish Tempo anco Legislation board at Glasgow the solicitor general for Scotland Mr Alexander Uro M C MP tho prln clpal speaker raid It it wore praoil J able ho would hold that tho bOlt euro for the drink problem would bo thou w extinction of the drink trnlllo altoIgather but ho waft a practical tlclan Ho regarded tho problem not r as a vice to bo extinguished not as a crime to be RtippruMod but as a quest tlon of tho habits and tho customs of tho hoopla Now they were powerless to effect n change In the habits ot fr nation unless they had at their baclqatho vast overwhelming mass of publish opinion In his opinion It would be Impossible to command at tho proaonU moment an adequate forco autl volume of public opinion to absolutely lirohlbitItho drink traffic tn all part of Scot land and It was now universally agreed that It prohibition was to bo i carried at all it must be by a very stub Jstantlal majority and the minimum t I that had boon suggested oven by ox tromp temperance reformers was C twothird of the electors vot ing or n clear majority of the oleetor on the roll Now In favor of aboiatai prohibition they would no doubt bee able to count upon a Rennrau cwtU mate ten jwr cent of the olotorn to 1 live their steady support but In Ontar to carry absolute prohibition Uleywould require to roJtiforoo hair tea out of 100 by 87 out of the romnlnlm 90 t iASTLVD 0 How an Inheritance Slipped Through I the Finger of an Inebriate Ji Evidence was prtMontflti rtfonlly In tho probate court ef DM Motaag sa of an act which obanRtw the owuar ship of an estate A vrtalUiy saurian of tMI Moines made a wilt bcquMtb IBK one of his form saki te be w rib about 4000 and a legacy of 12MO la cash to a cltUon of ilethlokein N Y who married a relative of the tmlMor The one condition attached tt the be quest was that the bea floarr litOuU become a sober man and should OM Unite rater for a specified time The time was approaching for a soUluntent of the estate says the Christian Her alit and the nxeenioni wore preparing to install the legate and pay over thlegacy when new reached them thali ho had indulger In a prutraelwl drunk 1 An InvMtlRalton was made abut 0m new was confirmed They according ly laid before the surrogate the uvl drnee of forfeiture nnd tho begyeit j was declared cancelled Haw tho tjman must reproach himself for the woaknoM and evil propensity which t have entailed upon him so hoary rv loss In money and property It ou to prove n lesson to him and Mad htjto reform lost still more calamity befall him at the apostle warns Know yr not that the un + righteous shall not Inherit tho king dom ot God Re not deceived neither rithieves nor covotoui nor drunkard shall Inherit tW kingdom ot God 1 Cor 69 19zl ADSINTHE CURSE Increased Consumption Causing Anxlxety In European Countries IIncrease In the consumption of air slntho is causing some uneasiness IncEurope In noltflttii a law has t been passed forbidding Its mtanufaotomture Importation transportation or sale A similar moaituro was adopt ed In tho canton of Vaud by a popu a irNFrlbourgthis Swiss Initiative In the Journal 1 des Dobat Ur Darcmherg states that In 1884 Franco consumed absinthe to t189tIs said that tho absinthe habit prevails especially among tho younger literary folk but It Is spreading rap CzIdlyIncreases the liability to tuberculo tsis for most patients In tho consump tlvo hospitals In Franco havo boon ab islntho drinkers In this country srsays tho Now York Post during tho g last 25 year there has been a con siderable Increaso In nbslntho drinkrIng It Is usually taken in tho form + r of vermouth which Is an Infusion of p absinthe in white wino r t Saloons In FranceAAt present there Is ono liquor shop for every 83 persons in Franco In Paris where there are GIG miles of streets thero are over 33000 Belling places nearly C4 to a milert t1taminghas now one liquorselling place for every HO inhabitants In all Franco iCreasolast 25 years And yet some people j want to see the United States follow France in wIno drinking 0 Temperance Secretaries Tho Womans Home Missionary so ciety of the Methodist Episcopal 1 church makes a newand Important doparture In Its methods by appointing tonce p nnn UTILIZING CORN FODDER The Best Way Is to Cut It Up Into Short Lengths It IB dOBlrulilo to utilize nil tho food value there Is In tho corn fodder though tho UHual way of feeding U to tho stock la n very wasteful method Where tho dully supply of fodder hi thrown tu the barn yard at feeding time what tho cattle do not eat Is trampled down and destroyed so far as the feeding value Is concerned Tho leaves and the Block nro all stock will oat From ono lhlyd to ono hnlt tho length of tho rudder Is readily eaten In racks without cutting When the BtalltH are heavy coarse and hard tho upper halt mny bo out for feed with a sharp broad axe and heavy block If but n few cattlo are fed For a larger herd says a correspondent uf Farm and Hume wo have adopted u large shearing knife homo made z Home Made Corn Stock Cutter which soon shears enough fur a days feedingThe cutting knife or shears Is boat made from an old blade of a cross tint saw After the handles have boon removed gut a stout place of Iron Il about eight Inches long and one and wnvfourth Inches thick Have about fire Inches of thin slit up to receive the bank of the saw Punch bolos through both and rivet together Nor the and of this Iron have A hole drilled or run an eye on It to receive a string bolt Rivet a strong handle on tho other end as shown at Co long enough to giva a good leverage say two and unohalf to three feet Orlnd the blade down to a Good sharp cutting edge attach tho cutter at d to a strong post or upright so It will have plenty ot swing Tut a heavy block underneath and It Is ready to cut or shear tho bundle as they are fed by a boy or man TOMATOES AS A FIELD CROP The Kind of Soil That Is Out and Its Preparation This crop la more profitably grown on good clay subsoil or low lands her dering on our bays and rivers The seed should bo snleotcd by every grower Sow the first aced about the middle of April In well prepared soil where the tomato plant has not been grown fur five years at toast Spray i plants In the bed three tithes with llordeaux mixture This will help tho ant bloMotni to rel t the blight i r if they do not drop you Are pretty sum of a crop A sod Held of scarlet or crimson clover covered In the winter with 10 loads tit manure per acre plowed un der In April and kept well harrowed about be used Mark out rows tour feet with plow sow down tboKO rows COO pounds per acre of phosphate com posed ot tour per cent ammonia nine per cent phosphoric add ten per cent potash Then cover and mark rows croitwlso with light marker four foot Rive shallow cultivation and plenty of It when the vines are not wet with dew or rain up to the time they begin to ripen Early tomatoes require hotbed and cold frames to grow the plants to a strong stocky condition with bios wsoma at before transplanting to field w Unlit high warm soil with not no much vegetable matter ix the best MArk rows three feet each way and drop halt a small shovelful or well compos led manure In hill Set your plants with as much dirt as will hold to Uiorti In this manure and culti lTato well A little oltratu of soda Around the plants after they start to rOW In helpful Pull ort tho poor knotty or specked tomatoes an they ripenNever wall for a season of rain says Farm and Homo but sot your jilanta when ground It do sun is hat and nights warm Hy pouring a little water around each plant small flbrouB roots will start from tho plant tho first night they are set when ground Is warm GARDEN NOTES Look over the garden tools and get them In condition for tho spring work Guinea lions are notorious bug catchers and tho orchards is a good place for them to roam Examine tho cherry and plum trees now aqd If you find that you over looked any of those black knots ro move them A great deal of crowding and waste of growth can bo prevented by rubbing ort all Imperfect shoots while they aro yet In tho bud If you havent a shod In which to store manure the best way to dispose of It Is to haul It out to the garden and ncodedlof plans r in tho winter time but when spring comes they forgot all about them Plans are no good unless they are executedAlter cutting off a limb of any con ddvrablo size tho wound should bo immediately painted to prevent decay and tho growth of fdngus White lead makes as good a protection ahnnro SOW TREATED SEED Dr Alexander Says That Setter Re suits Will De Obtained Despite the fact that Investigators havo definitely decided upon treatment which proves effective for the proven lion ot smut In grain such as oats barley and other cereala many farm ers do not seem disposed to go to tho trouble of thus Improving Uiolr seed H In stated by Prof Moore of tho Wls connln Experiment Station that Inst year but onethird ot the fanners of the state treated their seed although In one your 1001 oue fourth of tho entire out crop of Wisconsin was de stroyed by smut causing a money loss of over 15000000 There Is no need ot having any loss Treating tho seed one season protects the crops for sev oral seasons an once tho eporos of smut are eradicated It takes several seasons for the smut to again affect tho grain This being tho case farmers are apt to become careless and It Is our opinion that an tho treatment Is attn pie Inexpensive and easy to give It would bo a wise policy to use It every season to make assurance doubly sure Tbu treatment consists In soaking seed oats In a solution ot one pint of 40 por cent formaldehyde to 30 gallons of water Tho grain is placed In small gunny sacks holding say one bushel each and each sack of grain In turn In soaked In the solution for ten inlnutos and then allowed to drain for a time so that tho surplus fluid returns to tho solution tank or barrel Afterward the soaked grain Is spread out on tho granary floor to dry but when ready for use Is somo what swollen and damp so that the seeder has to bo sot to sow a nuihel extra to the acre to taro for It prop erlyAnother plan is to soak iced oats In hot water temperature 137 Fahren halt and this Is said to have the samo beneficial effect as formaldehyde solu lion and of course costs practically nothing This seed treating business Is just like weed destruction opera tons A man gets rid of his weods and his thriftless careless neighbor grows a big enough crop of weed posts to keep each farm surrounding him fully seeded annually If each farmer wore to destroy wools 10 they would not go to seed and smut the neighbor hood farts soon would bq clear of weeds So If seed wore treated each year against smut by each farmer In a eommounlty the crops would always be safe against this pest tho spores of which are blown front one field to another THE COLD CHISEL How It Can De Used to Give New Life to Old Hoe There isnt a more useful tool In the hands or a man than tho cold chisel but very row farm erll know anything about It Some have a dull one that Is of no use To bo greatly set vlceablo In very many ways a cold chisel must be drown occasionally and tempered by a blacksmith then kept sharp on the grindstone at homo As a cutter or all sorts of sort Iron In eluding rivets when making repairs It is Invaluable It should bo driven by quick sharp blows through the ar tlolo under treatment which is placed on an anvil or other solid Iron I havo a piece ot steel rail about two feet long that I use as an anvIL It sets on n block To cut out old mower knives and rivets on new ones tighten tho loose ones nail straighten them le quick easy work The other day says a writer In Farm and Home I cut dawn an old hoc as shown In illustra lion and made a narrow neat light garden hoe that Is worth a quarter NEW PLAN FOR WHEELBARROW More Room and Easier Wheeling Are Said to Be Its Advantages Here In n new Idea or a wheelbase row published by Prairie Farmer New Idea For Wheelbarrow The plan Is brought out in tho accompanying Illustration Instead ot using an extension of tho frame or the front to keep wheel entirely clear ot too box our correspondent places tho wheel nt the further end and builds a protective cover on the Inside of the box in which tho wheel turns The advantages are that the load IB closer to ttio wheel and there Is less labor In moving n load- Trimming Grape Vines f There Is no quicker way to trim grapevines than as follows Procure a sharp knife 12 to 14 Inches In length nnd poising It deftly in the hand slash It quickly through the cane to bo removed Tho action each time must bo so sudden as to mako a quick clean cut Tho vine will barely move It far exceeds for speed the use of the pruning shears Cat with Worms When a cat looks poor and thin with Ill kept fur no appetite or a ravenous one for no good cause It has worms Then get half a grain ot santo nine In ono powder and mix In halt a teaspoonful of lard or molasses Stir will a clean splinter and smear on tho foreleg where she can lick II off t SNOWBALL PUSHBALL Fun Which the Boys Can Have with It The giant nowball when complot ed Is usually fun only for the boy who can manufacture It on tho lop ot a steep hill and then lot It roll down scattering snow and smashing every thing In IU path until It hltd a tree or a fenco and filed Into a thousand pieces That Is really fun for the boy who lives whore the hills ore But the chap who happens to HvoAjiJiero the country is tint or In tho cltylTsetsvory Pushing the Ball little amusement out ot the big snow ball after he has made It Then it Is useful only as tho foundation for a snow fort unless he knows how to play snowball pushball Instead of the Immense leather or rubber ball that la used in the regular game of pushball a giant snowball Is substituted This Is of course too heavy to bo pushed about In the air dancing on the upraised hands of tho opposing teams as In tho game ot pushball proper First select your playing field and then make Uio big snow pushball on tho spot While it In being mado measure oft Malting Paddle Boat for Next Summer I Paddle Complete the Working PartlI dlsadvan1tagtboth tiresome and uninteresting and tho oarsman Is obliged to travel back wards By replacing tho oars with paddles an shown In the Illustration the operator can see where ho Is go ing and enjoy the exercise much bet ter than with oars He can easily steer tho boat with his feet by means of a pivoted stick In the bottom of the boat connected by cords to the rud der Tho following directions are given by Popular Science At tho black smith shop havo a fiveeighths inch shaft made as shown at A Fig 2 It will be necessary to furnish a sketch giving all the dimensions ot the shaft which should be designed to suit tho dimensions of tho boat taking care that sumclent clearance Is allowed so that the cranks In revolving will not strike the operators knees If do uuuu U duA PORTABLE DARKROOM Outfit Which the Amateur Photogra pher Will Find Convenient Many amateur photographers who cannot have a regular darkroom will find the device hero Illustrated very Develtplng Plates In Portable Dark Room useful and convenient It desired it may be constructed so as to allow folding up when not In use by using hlnKca at A and D and making Uio Bldo1 flexible The bottom and frame are made of wood and tho walls are constructed ot lightproof cloth formed by gluing black paper between two pieces of black rloth Tho back should bo rulll cuough to allow plenty of room for tho operates and the cloth should ho tied securely around his waist to excludo every possible ray of light It Is well to paint the wfolo Interior a dull black so that any small leakage ot light will not bo reflected The ventilating tube and drain pipe should be bent as shown to exclude the light and the rub glass should be carefully fitted for the samo purpose It Is also desirable to have a hinged shutter S to cover the ruby glass w hliq patting frfr the plate to develop Tblt explains Popular Mechanics Is to prevent any un accessary exposure In tXe ruby lltfht as any light no mat I your ground which should be a per featly level Hold or yard The two goals shown In tho picture are 90 feet apart Tho goal Itself is 20 feet wldo between its sticks The snow pushball must bo firmly rolled In a hard compact mass strong enough to stand the strain of being tugged and pushed about This may be dono by dampening tho snow Now choose sides matched as evenly as possible and you are ready for the game The ball is put In play In the middle of tho field as In football explains Good Literature The teams line up on ench side of It and nt a given sig nal as many as can touch It with their bands and try to force It toward their opponents goal Tim team that rolls It over Its adversarys goal lino wins Football tactics and body checking may or may not be used but a player may not hold an opponent You may think this an easy game tc play but there Is one thing which makes It quite unique and may change your opinion If you hold your game on a field when the snow Is very deep and packy time ball Is bound to become larger and heavier with every revolu ion It makes on account of tho snot It collects as It rolls along so that tho nearer tho winning side pushes It toward their weaker opponents goal the heavier and more awkward to manage It becomes until Maybe just as they finally manage to force It within a few feet of the weak sides goal line the ball grows la big that It la absolutely Impossible to budge itand then a tie game results much to the mortification ot tho stroag team and tho Joyful surprise of their weaker opponents M a The Boat and sired splitwood handles may be placed on the cranks to prevent them from rubbing the hands Tho bearings n can be made ol hard wood but preferably of Iron pipe filled math melted babbitt If babbitt Is used either thoroughly smoke or chalk the shaft or wrap paper around It to prevent tho babbitt sticking The pieces of pipe may be then fastened to tho boat by means of small pipe straps such 03 may be obtained at any plumbers at a very small cost The hubs C should bo mado oi wood drilled to fit the shaft and mortised out to hold the paddles D The covers E may be constructed of thin wood or galvanized Iron and should be braced by triangular boards aa shown in Fig 1 If galvanized iron is used It should be exposed to the weather two or three months before painting or tho paint will come off spoiling its appearance UUUUhuuuuu ter how colored or subdued has some effect on tho sensitive plate or film The drain pipe shown on this outfit may bo omitted It desired although It Is convenient at times and gives a better circulation of air THE SHY OKAPI Strange Animal That Is Found In Some Parts of Africa Another specimen of Mils singular African animal has recently been ob tamed by Major Powcll Cotton It was killed in the Hurl forest by a native hunter So far as Major PwellCotton has been able to learn says Youths Companion only one Kuropo n tJpreviously seen a living Otapl The Mambuttl natives pygmies say that tho okapi Is solitary In Its habitsthat even the two members of a pair Invarl ably feed apart although when they Tho Okapi have a calf they frequent tho same region of the forest Tho femalo keeps her calf concealed In covert but vlMta It at Intervals to feed It Tho natives usually see the animals In rainy weath er when they sometimes seek shelter under an abandoned roof Couldnt Count Them Tourist to boy fishing How many fish havo you caught DoyOh I couldnt count em TouristWhy you havent caught anyyou little vagabond I DoT ats why I caat count em s t 1155 Berea College FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUOATION In reach of all Over SO Instructors 1017 students from 17 states Largest college library In Kentucky HO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for stet saaia tubject 8 many classes that each student can be placed with others like hiraMU where hcan make most rapid progress Which Department Will YouEntU THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advance Sam lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced tests Arithmetic and the common branches taught in the right war Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons im Fane and Household Mamage meat etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for air who faavsi finished ftlti grade frae tions and compound numbers Brickwork Para Management rriaV ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmakiag Household afaaaf eraest Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for those who hart largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for as honorable sad oeM life ti Choice of Studies is ofiered is this course to that a young man may secure a diploma La Agriculture and a young lady ill Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL i 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upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit la made up by the sifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting BerM in Nder that it may train young men and women for tina ef usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may blick the College provides dootor and nurse without extra chargeAll except those with parents in Berea lire fn Conge buildings and assist in work of boarding hell farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents ft week Some who neod to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so is to earn from 50 cents tone dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books te nwith different people Berea favon plait clothing Our climaterbut as students must attend classes regardless ef tin weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes an necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles U necessary articles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost The College asks BO rent for the fine in which students live charJ enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights anawaahing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 2185 a week in the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cent a week im fall sad spring 50 cents in winter School Fees are two First a Dollar DipuM as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidmtal FuN to help on expenses for tare of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free lift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses Payment taut be m advance incidental lee and room rent by the term board by the month Installments are as follows For Winter Term 12 woekaFint day 1700 besides 1 deposit j 28th day 600 j 56th day 600 j total su If paid all m advance 28 For Spring Term 10 weeksFirst day J14roj 28th day 540 5 Jth day 270 total 3250 If paid all in advance 3200 The two terms together paid for in advance at a reduction of 250 making only 4900 Longer Winter Tens 1ft weeksFirst day 2060 Lotsth day 6600 Lath day 600 j 84th day 540 total 3800 It all in advance 3700 Refunding Students excused to leave oofore end of tern receive back all they have advanced on board and room except that no allow ance is made for any fraction ofa week and a fee of fifty cents is charged for leaving the boarding ball ana fifty cents for leaving a room in term time There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pays to Stay When you hers made your Journey andare well started in school it pays to stay as long as possible The First Day of winter term is January S 1907 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKYI That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the mon and boys who seo it The mountain people like a good thing when they 8se it and to get a 7Bvcent s knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in tho world The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar That brings in BubscripUonsallthotime See full premium list on pipe 7 Ls I 1 TIE HOME I Your Boy and Good Manners Mothers male n mistake if they do not insist on good manners in tho boorish whon his sistershould bofamily Thorn is no reason n boy that a tx should bo grumpyand nwkwnrd ill at once bcfol8 iTtrancere and unacquainted with table etiquette when his sister possessos the HIItlirrJr of good We are talking about the growing boy take off his brit wbondaily care teach him to While he is still under your the street to rise when you enter the room to pine a SotaSSbta grandmother and to carry buudle or parcel not too- bfavy for small hands A follow who is permitted to wear his hat- the in hou + r when only his mother and sisters are present cannot bo expected to tik it off because visitors have arrived Freddie why do you stand there with your hat on Y asks tho inotl- ererel wifoministersFreddie thus transgresses and the f tilt lady from Baltimore or thu from Philadelphia is in the room or to stand barehoodod iu tho houso II It It Freddie had been taught always were his custom to pull off his hat whenever he mot a lady or an older por out of doors the act would be automatic Let rourwn of his own sox uT Do not rush wildly to wait on him Let him button SJrSoeJ put on and tako off your rubbers perform little servicoa nt wise wilt send him on errands to your friends giro bomo If are youyou and otherwise make him at OHBO when him uotee and messages to carry obliged to address sonio one ho knows slightly- A teacher speaking of a boy who was not altogether n popular favorit observed1 Yhdtevor Harry had were lessened in my ayes by hia beautiful behavior to mo in tho schoolroom and on the street If a window lowered Harry to do it If any little courtosy raised orwere to ft could be Iff shown ho was quick to soizo tho oppdrtunlty On my way homo from school ho would join mo and carry my books as a matter of cours often out of his way to esoort me to my door- I going was going homo myself one evening in tho winter dusk when tho of ice Glass could not hsvo been moro slipperpavement was a glare Unable to advance or retreat I stood still in despair The wind blew a gale ovary minute to bo dashed against a lamppost or landed oxpeeting of forlorn wrctchrnlnoss on the icy sidewalk Up carne a splon in a hoop dress of n schoolboy although did follow of fifteen in the ordinary he young behaved like n knight of tho oldou time Take my arm he saidl ladyand Ill help you home Wo boys dont mind walking on ice Bless his bravo heart and ready gallantry x It happened one day that a friend of mine drove in her carriage to an Settlement where she often went When she reached the piace Sound the street a mass of mud and slush and rain had begun to fall- making bad worse She hesitated with her hand on tho open carriage door of the tenements no was one of a street gang if you Along come a boy had rubborcoat In a hyinldingHo on agentlemanphrase but ho was a he had pulled it off and laid it down for the lady to stop on land as sho sidewalk to the of thoof steps did so he piloted her over the narrow strip house Sir Walter Raleigh had a successor that dayIMargaret E Sangster in Upman ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of tho District School llr Irof nlnnmoro Part IPrectlcsl Directions Legal State requires every tooober of a Ustrlot That those bo secured certificate may school to hold either a county or stale examinations are hold by county Buporiutondnnte As periodical inexperienced a few suggestions as to howthethese are often dreaded by to loko tho examination will be A groat deal is said against evil do not fairly test Iheunmitigatedexaminations that they are an knowledge of the applicant are made up of catch problems puzxJes and with them the like but after all we riot wisely dispense f They are the main bar to inefficiency They cause aspirants to maki a thoro study of the branches they will bo to teach They necoa aitate considerable preparation so that no incompetent person OHH suddenly dtterwil1l to teach anti at once sot about It They tend to keep lazy other uses It is not wiso for people out of the ion and have still should rather encourage them teachers to disparage examinations they for this order In the first place teachers who aro preparingstudents at the firs should plenty of testgive of the preparationtheir first expodenceParIpublic effort becatiso it is all thewith should consist in taking several complete test care that will characterize tho public one that is approaching Lot ths t teacher grade the papers pointing out mistakes and omissions This will b give con donee that can bo gained in no other way Preparation should be made in good time Ono school year is proba bly not too much if it is wisely used An examination ahead is a poworfu Htlmulus and this year is likely to bo as valuable in self discipline as ova experienced by the student Having taken plenty of time for preparation as tho time npproaoha rest Take two or three days immediately preceding the examination for recuperation and be at your best Do not worry You aro now as wall prepared as you can be ant you onn afford to look the situation in the face Bo hopeful the probability is the questions will surprise you by being easy Awai them calmlyand confidently When tho examination is on make an honest effort Stand or fall up on your own merits Devote yourself entirely and exclusively to thp busi nest in hand Give the host answer you can to each question That your papers should be neat and plainly written goes without saying If you t i appearance is good and yourpapors neat and orderly it will count in your M favor in casoof doubt A good certificate is a valuable thing to have When you have got I ton it and find that the grades aregood and the average high and you have the satisfaction of knowing it was honestly earned it is n thing to bo proud of and you will not regret tho hard tvork it cost Next weeks AMlclo In on Hrcnrlncn School I ITHE FARM I Fruits What to Grow and Why Prom U S UtItuf Agriculture Farmer llttllctln No 0- 8PlumsNone of the wildor native fruits of North America surpasses the plum in variety or excellence and the American variety cannot bo dis placed by any of those introduced from Asia Europe and the Islands off the sea Foreign Varieties may bo larger and more showy but they can not equal the native in quality Their great variety their excellence and their reliability leave little to bo desired in the way of season and quality and some of the newer varieties propagated by enthusiastic growers are approching in size tho foreign varieties The plum unlike other native fruits has a wide area and endures the heat of the South and the cold of I the North so that native varieties can be found that will meet the require wants of any special locality from the Great Lakes of tho North to tho Gull of Mexico Crosses and Hybrids of the native plums and varieties from Europe and more particularly from Japan are so promising that many active ex perimenters are giving considerable attention to this branch of horticultural work No matter how good tho quality of fruit may be if tho fruit is small there will bo a dnmnml for something larger This opens a field for experiment encouragement should be given to those who desire to pro duce now varietie- sCherriesThero is a long list of varieties and the range of size season and quality enables the planter to make a choice with tho hope of get I ting just what he desires Some of tho varieties aro not hardy enough for the North but there ore many that are hardy and of good quality OthersI do well farther South sO that varieties may bo found suited to the special requirements of the planter and tho place in any given locality The cher ry IS one of the popular market fruits and many largo orchards are being planted so that it is safe to assume that there will bo a large in crease in this palatable fruit i Continued Nut Week A t I r Oogogo0aqoqopo8asoqaqoqol o Eighth Kentucky o Historyq 0- i Tlirllllnc Story of the 1nrt this Ont O Innt Itrglmmit took In the Civil Wnr 0 0000000000000CHAPTER XV Continued The Glh of March Quartormast Kindred sticoeeded In meeting our refutations for new clothing XMny of the mud especially the vetoran receiving entire new outfits As the expected soon to be permitted to vls It iodine and friends they not onlyI needed but deserved the beet Sam could furnish The 9th of Match Gltpltln Wilso laruttl his order the boys oil led tho ohuckaluck order That cffloe hewing a strong prejudice again gambling of any description also n wUh for the best Intorests of the men ordered every man arrested round playing curds Ghuckaluck or nny other game for money the otrlc Belie the mono up or staked Ilnlll appropriate the some for the bineff of the sick of the battalion Dut lit tie money was fiver found ns skakod the stetting men of the Eighth being a little too cunnIng for that Dat General Steadnwns order was to at real ell mm found by the p guards s nibllng and confine themlIceI the military priwn there for a fled thne Some of our Eighth baYBI were paeatag up the raHroid the KlfteouUi Indiana Regiment am Bttpped a few minutes where oem Hjkllers ot mother regiment wwe ehucka lucking when Btcudnun ward iwunewl la on them and arrested spectators and all After mud trouble we eueeeeded in laving ou InnooenA men released Gen Staid ans dW not like to keep ho lhjr lebndkd mew Mle long at a time- lonrequendy he soon had a terg Ivjed ot woaldbe gamblers out In tin relley burying the oaroanees of den hone end mule ookMing no 11111- 1OOIftIneut by the soldiers tltoh tu Hewi gels mulL Willie oo plehcit the night of tht 10th the AvrMer hauU the following OIi wrevtlon between 004 ot our Bon duels end M officer of the Annderwm krelry The letter sties giving the- xnaoerign iieeeed in awl mid What retftnent le ynura QuardTbtl KlRblh Kentucky Officer Well see here I nt- Ulw flag tale settled Who fltet took the Aac on iJookotH tIle X of Novem erGusldrTMrFigkl Ktotuoky you- Otflcer1Vben betr uv F Vjtt I wee at home tit ennajrhoota I heard e fellow make speech end he fended the TwruKy- ght Pennejri nm for t At honor Clble fqat I told him Md fM cmwd idiot it woo the BJgbtk KsnUok and I awe very near having a flejLt on ooount of my statemejut GuarcIWdl cap mIn you UB iKtaty right end you kin get about and good wttneeaw to swan to It tooIAbcwt this time StrgMnl Wood of- Oomf1any C received a letur ntiMlng that hto hoeS and eoMre oonUnta werrs destroyed by fire Ifs oaneriin On circulated a attbcoriittlan flat- mong Ma oomiuny anti got one hoo- dred and fifty dalliwB IB a tali hours taick wee sent to hte houseless wife Hd cblhlreo TIlt 28d of Mardi put on a blnster lag apitmrance and old Doreas let 8- know wIt he eould do even down in Dixie by giving us eight Inches of MOW The men enjoyed or puther tdared some lively innwhill bites Blood flowed from a few noses tIOme phrenological bumps suddenly evelopcd to immense pm wrtions more than one eye was discolored nnd a great many were shot In thp neck After tho fight arts over g nooil IOOI feeling oven among the lately woum ed prevailed Tho night after this enowhill bu ile the long delayed and much wlslu for trunsiiortaUon under acme fur tll Eighth veturana with the officers ot such comiunles as haul three Apurtl reenllwed to have tnuujwrttulon to Lixingtcut 1C consequently the 3311 was quite a busy dohsomo of the officers Jnspiotlne sled turning oGr old worn Out imar ermaater WAS and the men preixirlng rations an I waebing clothing Uarly tho 24Ui Oiptaaln Benlo and Qjfttaln Wright went to the di pot and made urmngements to get aboard the oars at own They 10 turned and hid the now oxultlng vw erans to asccmble to ro lve some or ders about leaving their extm bktnk ets and clothing with the nonvetei ans who would remain with Captnli Wilson and a few other officers I took the opportunity to give my con pany tho following good advice which I am proud to record was genemll heeded by all these veteran toldkn with only a very few exception Soldiers and comrades We rre about to start to our homes nod friends to wtfoy a thirty dayas fur lough Now my desire Is lliat everyone ot you shall have all the enjoy meat possible to be had in a months time and I your captain who lover you all reel it my duty to say a few words to you not as command but as advloe respecting uur conduct Our Ing that time not that I doubt the you can and will deport yourselves ns become tho brave men you are le-I feol proud of you and the bright name you have so Justly won on EC many battlo flelQs and my Intlmau wroUtioa with you for two end a- mlt years living with you endure 80 many prlvnMons and hiprod sew your cheerful obedience to- eU 1 orders undor any and all clr umstoncee boa cemented our friend hip ilwt I hope U second to A other fraternal rcUnS 1M me oarn IBS request that none ot you In- Our brief holiday so far forget your elves and your standing as imriotl jentlemon as to become InWxIaM O- At UE show our numerous frisadc ol we can appreciate and enjoy- rood society In the poaoeful wvlka oc Ife 01 well as bmve the ierrora and- dlMager of the Meld ot battle Poe this your enemies If you teat soy here will fear end reofteot you ttmore end yvur friends and sweet Cads love you better Aad reool Jrot boys wo are not free front Ute tetmlnis of military discipline until W8 disbAnd until then I shall allow ao absenting from the command with out perailaeton of one at your officer tew prepare to fell into line at eleven Ichwk The conclusion of this advise WM reotfd by dtufenlng cheats We will nOw leave Captain Wilson and the invcemn doing regular guard sad rrieon duty la and around CftIIha oogB nnd with the readers pcitnto slon follow the veterans home sal back 9galn to the ever charging vaH lions of the soldiers life TO BE CONTINDED 1 Cairos Many Gates In tho walls of Cairo tho present Egyptian capital erected undor tho tatlraltKhallfs a thousand years ago hero wore originally 00 gates Of hoso many remain to this day ro ombllng In tholr general construe ion tho ancient Roman gateways Composition of Sealing Wax Scaling wax Is not wax nor does It contain a single particle of wax It is made of shellac and rosin melted with turpentine REAL ESTATE I am Real Estate Agent for property in Berea and farms in Madison and adjoiningcounties I have for sale valuable town properties either improved or unimproyed also business houses and vacant lots- I have an excellent piece of property on Depot street consistingof one good twostory dwelling house one barn and one store house used and unsurpassed for the produce business worth 52000 price 1700 Myvacant lots range in price from 100 to 600 t + An excellent farm of sixty acres of good corn and i for grass land worth much more money which I will sell 900I also in position to sell to southwestern home seekers lands in Indian Territory and Oklahoma Parties who have town property farms moun tain coal or timbered lands will receive best service and prices if you place your lands for me to sell for youI respectfully solicit your patronage Call on or write tJ Pa BICKNELL BEREA KENTUCKY r BIC TREASURY RAID Somebody Got Away With 17300 of Undo Sams Money at Chi y cago SubTreasury NO EVIDENCE AGAINST ANYONE A Mysterious Theft of a Great Sum of Money to Which a Score of Detec tlves Working on the Case Have No Tangible Clue Chicago Fob 30 Although n score of detoetlvos aro at work on tho onse tho theft of = 173000 from tho Bub treasury In this city last Wednosdi seams as far from n solution as tho day tho robbery was committed Tho general Im rololl prevails that IhoI thief must havo boon one of the eminent employee nnd several of those men are being closely watchm but as far as known today no ovl dtmco of a tangible nature has beon discovered against any of then Among the employed under tho BUr volllanco of the government seer sonIce man Is George W FIt erold who was In charge of the tellers 0080 from which the money was nbetrnctei but lie disclaims that he has nn knowledge of how the money dlsat poarod and tolls n etralRhtforwar story which he steadily adheres to although he has bow oroMexanitnei a dozen times since he roported the shortage to the subtroaaurer on the day It was mlseed Fitzgerald in- statement II made today told of how he was being watched lie Mid be wos of tho opinion that It was tome of Ule employes that committed tilt robbory and declared that It would have been nn easy matter for any of the twenty five or thirty employee who under the present system have dally access to his cage to have made away with the money without his knowledge Sub Treaauror Uoldenwreck and Cftshtei Russell said that they had BO absoluti ovldonco against anyone ITS UP TO MAGOON Whether Cubans Shall Have Thel Choicest Wish Gratified Havana Feb HA rooelon hooded by axSenator Montmgttdo IInd composed of BOO horsemen teeny ear rlages and bands of innate parade tho streets Sunday afternoon A hal WIll made In front of the claw here the binds played patriotic air mid much cheering Governor MB loon In reaponw to cries of IAftIr lye Governor Maatxw reviewed tit lathering from a balcony of the poi ice and afterward received a comMit- tee which presented a petition signs jy many thoueands of persona la Hat Rna and other cities requesting Ute brogatlon of the military order of General Leonard Wood problUUm wok fight Governor MqoOB prom Bed to give Ute natter Wa oaretit tORBlderaUo after which the gather og dispersed ORYCE AT HIS POST lew Drltlsh Ambassador Arrives at Washington Washington Feb 22Iron Jams Iryco tho new Hrltish ambassador to Washington aooompented by Mrs Iryco arrived here at 430 oclocl osterday afternoon Thoy were metI at tho station by Mr Berne Howard ounolllor of lepUon and charge affaires and the entire orabaea tae and ladles who extended then n hearty greeting The ambaeeedo nnd his wife wero Immediately driver to tholr temporary apartments In Itonollgh court whllo the repairs tu tho embassy are being completed To Restrict House of Lords London Feb IIn the houeo of ords Lord Newton Introduced his bill iroposlng tho reoonsUtuUon of tho louso on a partly elective basis Ho seeks to remove tho oxcosstve pro londoranco of hereditary pears by tipulatlng qualifications through tsor Ice to tho stato or previous elections and provides for a certain number of clooted peers and for tho nomination by tho crown ot llfo pears these not to exceed 100 In number THE MARKETS urrent Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 75o No 2 red 70e ComNo2 4CV4c Oats No 2 mixed 41c Hay Clover 1000 1700j timothy 18002000 millet 1200 0P 1400 Cattle 260 OCO logs 5000726 Sheep 2GOQ623 ambs 500Q 72B At Cincinnati WheatNo S red 80c CornNo Z 47V4C Oats No 2 43Ho Ca- ttlo4CiO 4I fi50 lIogsUIO Q 740 hcop 2500625 Lambs 460 800- At Chicago Wheat No 2 red 77c CornNo 3 43c OatsNo2 41c CnUlo tccrs 4600700 stockers nnd feeds 2600500 lIogsSOO707iiB- heepU2iGCiO Lambs 0000 7GO Livestock at New York Cattle 475003316 IIogsOllO7- GO Sheep 3600476 Lambs 8760757 BuffaloCattle400l600 650 744 Sheep 3000575 Lambs COO P785 p toWheat at Toledo y SO ic casb77ic PERFECTLYCERTAINIs Of This Entejprlso LOUISVILLE MEN snow SPEED Greater Louisville Exposition Opening March 18 For Two WeeksWill Have Creatore Famous Musician Baseball Low Rates In Fact Everything of Interest As tho tlmo for tho opening of tho Greater Loulsvlllo Uxpnsltlon draws nearer tho Interest In that great event In Ibis and all othor suctions of tho state of Kentucky as wall as through out the South Is greatly Increasing Tho visitors to Loutsvlllo will return homo and give expressions of deep Interest In the exposition nnd prldo In tho enterprise ad public spirit of tho exposition oinclals who are working so hard In the Interest of their stnto and city without prospect or wish for any pecuniary gain Showing what ptldo thoy take In their citys greet inlnrprlso the mer chants and manufauurcrs ot louls FUED LEVY President of too Loulevllle Coramor clad Club and Vlco President of the OresNer Ixwlsvllle Kx position Company rifle have covered their envelopes nnd stationery almost over with advertis tag matter eoaoeralng tile exposition and the UUe Outer IMilavllle Kx IKMiUon seems to appear In the most unexpected quarters at tile most un expected then Louisville drummers who visit here let no one osoapo and If for no other reason the people of Kentucky will be bo Md to go to Lou uvula betweM March 18 and 10 to see what line been so widely heralded This will be K Matter of easy aooom pHahment because the railroad of Kentucky have aanoHa ed a rate of one fare for tIM round trip with threo sMIlMK datei each week the tickets good returning until April 1 Ilesldes these splendid rates raaay alagleday axeureiona will be run and it Is sold by the railroad otelats composing tho Southeastern Passenger Association that the rates for these excursions will be UM best ever offered for a sim liar enterprise The Division of Programmo of the exposition Is now busily engaged in preparing the plans for various special days Interesting programmes will bo arranged for these special days and the music by the great Crcatorea band will be nn added attraction to tho ex position twice dally This band of sixty renowned soloists Is recognized everywhere as being absolutely tho foremost organisation of Its kind and the twice dally concerts will bo Included In the extraordinarily low price of admission which will bo twontyflve cents for Adults and fifteen cents for children For special days Big Creators has very graciously consented to nyiko his programme typical of tho occasion Tho following days have boon decided upon and plans nro In train to mako each ono a unlquo success Dedica tion flay Bdtfton Day Childrens Day Greater Loulsvlllo nnd Falls Cities Day Kentucky Day Fraternal Day Transportation Day Womans Day University nay Music Day News paper Day and Getaway Day It will bo of Interest to lovers of tho national game to know that the Louisville baseball team will contest with two major lonRiio teams during the exposition period playing fivo games In all It can be seen that tho people of Kentucky will hnvo a splendid op portunity of seeing tho Greater Louis vlllo Exposition hear Creatores famous band and see such magnificent baseball organizations as tho Chicago National League team nnd the Boston Americans Boston will play three games March 23 24 and 25 whllo Chicago will play two games March 23 and 29- Thero Is no citizen of Loulsvlllo who docs not stand ready to extend a warm and brotherly welcome to his follow Kentuckian from any part of tho state Likewise a warm and hose pltablo welcome will bo extended to all opposition visitors aTho hotel keepers in Loulsvlllo have announced to tho state In particular and to the South In general that thoro will bo no advance In charges during the exposition period Tho forbear once of theso public entertainers has been noticeable In tho past and It will likely redound greatly to their profit In the near future J MRS DORA MCDONALOl SLAYER OP GUERIN WILL DE CHARGED WITH HIS MURDER PROOFS THAT FRENZIED JEALOUSY 111 ImpelledHer To the Act Appa+ ently Were Supplied Oy Drother- or Murdered Man I MeilI Jjo formally chargod wIUi his murdm In Uio Harrison Strucd Municipal court and already Uiu police have batherod ovldonco which thoy doclaru will prove tho killing a carefully llanned assaMlnalUiu by a dosponsio lAnd ruvoti fug woman The prance claim to have poiltlvo cvldonoe that Mrs McDonald was made dotpornto by tho roport that 1Guertu was soon to word a Veat Sldu woman Sho was mistaken however they say an liar victim d- I brother was tho bridegroom to bo All day preparations wore In pro KTOM for whit probably will bo tho I most startling murder trial In tho his fury of tho city In the Harrison flirect annex the woman raved wildly nt Intervals during the day her moods and notion Kudled by a Group ol ullonltU liifianit sot fur Friday was d till Ilbrunry 20 ou account 1IIOlld slayers condition t there WM a method In the of lira McDonald was boldly by veteran polloe officials 8ul1JootII The name of Webster iuerln or the I UlIl of tM tragedy In tho Omaba i Iniirilac formed no part of her ravings r ofs teat M fieniy Jmlouiy had Impcttod tier to Ute act aptMtretiUy were snm ltd by the brother of ttto InnrderfNt man aad In a mysterious truer carefully concealed by the t- Ike No ovldeac to mb tnntlat i tho first rhariM that Webster QueHa was a lackMnUer has teen advanced by the rtiatlvM ot U e woman Until kr lips InImoat anted allenl ta In UM west have bid ng ffed by the alUkxuitre hBa load of Mrs McDonald to study her condition The relatives of Webster Ouertn are wealthy end declare that thy will ox- peal a fortune to lave JuaUee raeoJ rot to his slays Thy say the young tau two bees pcrcecmml pvraved an thrralld for returt by Mrs McDon ald iu the letter coatHaleU by AaaUtaat On r acfcuenler nn aald to be threats vhi h met tracie fuinilment In tile of lf In Ute Oatfiha luilldlag The lit i was tak n from the dead body of m v in kf wiiim u had boss received r the nan flay- PLUNGCS INTO RIVCR Pjstertflcr Train Wrecked 54 Persons InJurcdijlAltnoni p l0 ILThe 1d hoar f r kno i Tin 1etiMylTitHla Mug I Iii i west inti jumped tile track at 11Inhht dU five utltea east of 111lnw 11 triO was oonpoeed of a oomW ration ear obeervaUon car and two i thrn Tl aootdeat occurred on a esrp curThC loci motive and combination ear rfiiiiilned roll the road but Uie three care follow iRI itluased Into the tenth C rU of till Cooetnaiiah river When the train left Uila city there acre only 61 passengers on board in loavlng the track tho train Knocked down the teJograph wires and the accident was not reporlod to the prneral atiperlntendftnl offlco hereunto 1 oclock A late bulleUn says nearly every ie of the 51 paeeentera were Injured No awnes woro Rlinm Philadelphia Fob23rA dispatch Just roculved in this oily states that no one was killed in tud wreck of the 16 hour flyer EIGHT PASSENGERS All Neoraoes Durned To Death When the Steamer Caught Fire Chnrloslon 8 C Fob 23Piro broke out In the forward part ot tho steamer Marlon when tho vessel wax four hours out from Charleston rho steamer was burned to the waters edge Eight negro passengers weio burned to death Tho passengers be mrno panic stricken nod Interfered with efforts to save them Several whlto passengers Including the cap lain woro burned but It Is bcllcveJ that nil will recover Tho vessel wan u 200ton steamer running between I Charleston nnd Beaufort S C Insurance Agent Commits Suicide Newark N J Feb 23 Georgo R Txtscy tato agent of tho Fidelity and Casualty Co of Now York commit ted suicide No cause for Ills net Is Itnown Mr losey was 48 years old and married the present Mrs Loiay i less thsu three months ago 1Charged With Poisoning Husband Stanton Mich Feb 3Jlrs Cora Stobblns Courier aged 24 years of Sheridan Ja Iu custody charged wltb poisoning her husband Albert Courier aged 2S T bo died suddenly last Thur day ALL ON BOARD BUT ONE LOST 142 ARE SWEPT TO DEATH AS SHIP REACHES HARBOR Most Disastrous Wreck In Recent Years In Cro Channel Traffic Oc curs Off Hook of Holland London Feb 2Tho worst dlsae tcr for many years in tho history o the crosschannel traffic between Ens land and the continent occurred durinG a violent sale whoa tho llottcrdan mall steamer Ilcrlln from Harwich to Hook of Rolland having safely weath fed n hurricane was wrecked as she was entering port With one single ex ccptlou all her passengers and crew numbering together 143 person are either now dead or clinging honclcsslj to tho wreck Tho man saved was Capt Parkin non ot Uclfaxt Ireland Tho terrific ems broke up the steamer with such awful suddonncsi that nil efforts to save life appear to have been utterly hopeless At a late hour It was reported that some of the survivors are atlll clinging to the wreck but as the heroic efforts all day- long of tho lifeboat crews had failed to reach them little hope that they will be saved remains The first message ot tho disaster reached Harwich at G30 In the morn JOg and ran as follows The Ilerlln lit stranded at Iho North pier Her position Is very dangerous Thoro Is A heavy galo blowing Tugs nnd lifeboats are going out to her age sistance At 1036 oclock came tho last mcs gage The Ilorlln Is a total loss with all her crow and passongmg Nobody has been saved No cause has been assigned for tho accident and it probably never will bo known how the steamer came to inlM the channel which although 300 yards wide and well buoyed nnd light dlis always difficult ot across In rough weather It Is oonjeoturcd that some derange mot of the endues or steering gear may have rendered the vessel uncon trouble CapU Precious of tho Ilurlln hall n good record of 14 years The INU Ot passengers was dtt end nil the rams of those on board hare not yet been teamed KILLS OLD SCHOOLMATE Proprietor of Art Company Shot Down Slayer Arrested Chicago Feb M Webster IT Oner In alias Ixwla FUhtr of tM Weat liar rtaoN atreet and proprietor of Uio liar risen Art Cou was shot and killed In his ages la the Omaha building at La Sail end Vast heron attests by Mrs Flora McDonald wife of Michael c McDonald a mUlloMsIra who WM for many year the democratic political bar of ChltwKO The Motive of the kllllm It not ax icily known Mrs McDonald became hysterical immediately after the atuMt leg aad was unable to make a eoa uecled statement From whit ahe said however it is believed that for some time Quertn had obtained money from her by the threat of making illeclocureo to lier husband unleaa paid for keeping f l nt- Phyaleiana who attended Mrs Mo Donald during night declares that she has gone hopeleaaly Insane Mr Mc Donald spent this night with Ids wife at the police station but she did not rooogatee him A 16060 DLAZE Three Firemen Injured by Engine Overturning In the Street Cincinnati Fob 32 Starting on thn fourth floor ot the building occupied by the Hnekln Spteo Co at Soooml and Main streets a fire swept tho up Poe floors of the building and caused a tlamage of from 10000 to 16000 to the building and its contents In going to tho fire tho engine of No 30 fire Company was thrown over at Third and Sycamore streets Tho mon of tuo crw woro thrown Into the street AJI woro more or hoes injured and had a marvelous oscupo front death Fainllle living In the building which adjoins that occupied by Uio Huekln company on Main street were assisted out of the building by tho police Shay Acquitted Chicago Feb IS President Cor nelloua 1 Shay of tho International IlrothcrhooJ of Teamsters and his fellow defendants who have been on trial oo n charge of conspiracy were found not guilty by a jury In the crlm nit court Tho Jury reported to the court after being out nearly four hours Title was tho second trial of tho case Pierce Must Come Jefferson City Mo Fob 2GovFolic honored tho requisition of Gov Campbell of Texas for M Clay Pierce chairman ot tho board of tho Waters Plano 011 Co who Is wanted In Travis county Texas on a charge of making falso affidavits Slain For Charging Bigamy Newark N J Feb 22n a nmzy of anger because his wife had accused him of being a bigamist William Kreug shot and killed liar Ho also seriously wounded Mrs Scblna Dolce tho wlfa ot his adopted son and then shot himself He will probably dlci but Mrs Hal co will recover Politician End Philadelphia Feb 22lInlT7 P Crowell former councilman and well known politician of this city com milled fitlcldo by Inhaling tllumlniUni gas 11mRl 1f iklh1ll ttCIfrfllrrittatr If9t ISAAC A LOVER g I OF PEACE j i Suit School LIIU for Much 10 1907 i Special prepared for the paper f11ITqKiMlfgOSltOfdhfltltlftllJgXdMhl ll BON TEXT aenralu 125 Uxmory verve 16 and 17 OOIDBN TKXTIIewwd arts the rmrommkem for they lull bfo called the hlldren of UoJMntt 1a T1MB ApennllrtR to Um given In Illblo margin laanc wTU horn nbout IKS II r nod died lilt U C at the nge Of 1W rear- sPI1CEhorn In neomheba ho pont mol of hen lit In the south Including urh plares an Hebron n ernebu letar llrerLnlwInnl- BTKIITIltAI UK TEUBNCKSProplimlCNi and tHoinliod concerning Isaac On 1T14ST llJO14 Z1U ttMl BJC 8tIJ 1 enroll 1616 Rom 87 Ual 411 Comment and Suggestive Thought A Long Simple Life of Peace Vs 1226 Isaac lived with Ills rather In the great encampment of The Oaks near Hobron till Abrahams death H C 1821 Ho Inherited his others property and position and continued tho eamo kind of life aa n farmer chloftaln Moving towards the well of I ahal rot The well of the Living One that Sooth Mo George Adam Smith and Henderson In Hastings lllhlo Diction ary place It about 60 miles south land a little southwest of lioerahoba on one of till caravan routes to Egypt Hero It was that lahmaola mother Hagar found a resting place and a fountain of water after her hopeless wanderings In the desert Alexander Wlijrto thinks that Isaac was attracted to this placet and pitch ed his tent toward lleorlalmlrol be cause he had hoard from his nurse Hagars Ups her wonderful story of this place Isaac could never walk round that well or sit down beside lt or drink out of It but his tears would oomo fast for tutor Ill usod linear and poor outcast Ishmnel till ho wished again that tyo hind never been born rather than that they should both bo outcast from their proper home on Us account and bare God visited Isaac alto 24 The Lord Appeared Unto Him In what way we know not but prob ably as la otter appoaitmom to his people The God at Abraham God Is not the Cod of tb dead but of the living Therefore lie IB assured that Abraham la not lost by death nor Gods covenant with him loaf Pear not Aa a man of peace un xvllUnx to strive or fight he may hav i feared that lilt enemtei would take dVMtM of hla good dlsiiosltlon and injure kim God forbids him to have no fear so lone aa be in serving God and doing right He la a nur il ajahiHt any doubts or fears bo may lave had or any feeling ot unworthiness rom bla having so different a rancr from hla father that the covenant wlih Abraham with aJI its l ssirirg Is continued to him the son anal hiir The Man of Peace1lw only way to overcome evil la with sand Put lair up weds never alone rakes a good garden It Is true that si IHTIT u Uteri Is evil In the world them Mill be oonBlrt and commotion Peacemaking does not mean that we are not to oppose that which Is wrong or disturb the quiet of oorrui nOD and crime Nothing Is settled till It la settled right Tier can b no peace to the wicked Our first duty therefore U at any COIl of disturbance to get things where pence Is possible Character Study of Isaac Tlioro are two kinds of mea useful as exam plan Pint There arc those who do he veto things swat Broad nnd visibly glorious who aro ideals fret before uu mostly for tar beyond our hope of at talnlBK but yet visible Illustrations of spiritual grcatneaci and heroism without which ovary life and tho whole world would be poor Indeed Second Thoro are hose who live our common ororyday life with such nobleness such sweet and holy spirit doing everything from tho highest mo lives living ash Starr King once tllLldnil the boaUludaa dally that they aro a porpotOnl Inspiration to us every day of our lives They touch our character not In special emer gencies but In every net of over day Jesus Christ embodies both qualities Ills coming to save his death on the cross and in a sense nil between wore tho utmost heights of heroism and Kolfaaorinco Hut his dally life was In many ways like that of the or Unary man brought up to tho perfect deal And this kind of life touching our dally needs and cares and duties was essential to Our best welfare Now Isaac was nn example of dally living such aa bolongs to us filled with tho spirit which should pervade Inspire and elevate our dally lives Vila life was uneventful almost mo notonous Ho has been called tile Wordsworth of tho Old Tostament We find In him those refined sens Ivo pleasant passive virtues which rake tender and helpful the home ro atlons and which are tho grace of all social Intercourse Practical Points We nro apt to underestimate tho value of commonplace uneventful Ivos On tho contrary wo should thank God for putting some very or Unary commonplace men In his galS cry of 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liiko till my other ndsis practically sure to place niiinbur of now properties and I am just as sura to soil these proportion and make enough money ill commissions lopay for the cost of thoso ads und make n good profit besides That is why I Imvo Hrt btrgo a real estate today r Why not put your property among tho number that T sell as a result of these ads f Iwill j t not only bo able to sell itsome timebut will be able to sell it quickly I am a specialist inIi quick sales I have tin most complete and 111 to date equipment I have branch offices through i out the country null n Geld forte of men to findImgorsiI do not handle all lines carried by halt 111111 lots of itor go out of business I can tifwuro you I am not going out of business On tho contrary I expect to find at tbo close of the year that I hare sold twice as many properties aa I didtho past year but it will first bo nocussiiry for mo to list moro properties I want to list YOURS nUll SELL it ft doesnt matter whether you hBo a farm a home without any land or a business it doesnt tnittor what it is worth or whorl it is located If you will fill out theIblank letter of inquiry below lull mail it to today I will tell you how nnd why I can quicklriconvert the property into cash and will give you my complete plan FREE OF OECjSLPlCKE I and terms for handling it Tho information I will give you will be of great value to you oven if you should decide nut to soil You hail bettor write today before you forget it If you want to btry anyIkind of a Farm House or Business in any part of the country tell me your requirements I will guar DaVidt fill fin ThtL and dtMr 415 Kan AvTopeka Kansas 1 If You Want to Sell Fill in Cut and Today 1taiue tend without cod me plan for Hinting rash buy my property whIch of Town tallowing Iali brluhluulrllnn Lowed full yrk Adllasa s MniiUi Expiration Tills 400 thirty alone We colored i and ret give escepft scteaore high business me If You Want to Buy Fill in Cut Out and Mail Todaj 1 drulro lo buy property corresponding approximately wltte thefuliow gapeclacallonss Town or city Counts e KUU Irlre between 9 anal t 1 will j f e down anil balance r I iteuinrkii r e r e Natae Address t a 1 a t OL001lO O Ot10OrOlo0 0 0 0 0 0v0 Di0 0a0 b FEast Kentucky Correspondence l News You Get Nowhere Else f o No com pon4 ae puMi he4 unless alfaed la toll by the writer The name o 2 ti not for publication eat it aa iTidine of food faith Write plainly b a tlotloeo osoioso oflo S oooowowuwuuuuuuu JACKSON COUNTY i rvnnanniiN Feb 2 S Rev Richard Moborly paasod thru hero Monday on his vray from Sand GapJ W Jonrn loft a tine hug with tho rlckols Born on the 17th a big boy weighing 1994 pounds at John Mtirtlns Ed toko caught tho Lint ground hog in 1907 last Saturday iBIr Charles Phllllpa sot a big supper Sunday night Tho guests from Oash Hurst aid wife LiOtiiPo Griffon Eugene Roso Frod Bales W II Clark and others Griffon traded hogs with Mian Adltno Rose and got a banty rooster to boot Mr Frank Leer vlsltod Husion and Dent Martin last Sunday SAND GA1 Fob18iWo aro thankful for the nlco weather wo havo boon enjoying for tho last tow daysWe hope that Mr Johnson of Waneta will not on ac count of had weather havo to hang up bin whip County court convenes at McKee ixxlby Died the 15th Inst at I her homo on Clover Bottom Old Aunt Elizabeth Williams wife of Wil 113m William whom eho survived for cloven yearn Tho remains were laid to root bcaldo thoeo of her husband in tho Gamily cemetery nmr her homo Sho was one of the oldest persons uf this community Mrei Jamc Wil liams and Mrs J It Durham are on tho eWc IisGMiss Florence Durham has ben 111 for some time but Is muc- hImprovedHow thankful wo should be tor our pleasures here Florence tho little daughter of David Dur hun fell end cut herself very badly Nannie Brockman Is on a hitchoU staying with Mrs James Williams James and Charles Durham are gone to McKro on buElaoca today James Durham IB working for a Springfield Ohio portrait house lie will leave tor an extended oanvaea andthisGeo Kerby aro gone on a expedition Tho children of Mr AI P Gabbard excepting tho oldest and Anna Pow theattending1 youngest aro ell Academy Mlsn Powell Is getting on nicely with her EchooL Little fdag gin Durham of Clover Bottom Who hen been BO low with spinal trouble Is slowly Improving Mrs Laura Jones Is visiting her parents Mr andI T1MnaNewton Hurley Mr Ed Durham and are occupying their new home at Narrow Flat a beautiful suburb of Fort Riddle Ky near Pqaraonvllle KyRev G V Clemmop and fam sly tave moved Into thelrn ew hOme at Pleasant Point Allen Clemmons and wife of Kerby Knob recently vis ited Mr Clemmone parents Mr and Mrs G V Clemmons Sherman Dur ham and wife visited relatives litI Noahs Ark Saturday and Sjinday last Maggie Durham Etta and Elizabeth Rcoco had a nice time horseback rid ing Sunday J R Durham went o Berca Saturday on business Harvey Revco la on tho sick lIstMr Horoco Durham lias returned from Beatty vllle whero ho hoe been engaged In telegraphy TFANETA FeB 18 Fanners ore tang saran tage of this fine weather and begin ning to get ready for their spring planting Mr Dan Click pared thru hero this morning on his way to Mc KocQu1te a crowd attended the en tertainment which tho Farmers Club give at Wanota Saturday MIsses Corker hockey Rlxon also Mr Men tar from McKee gave some fine mue lcMre John K Bacdlln la on too list this week Ben leuacs the guest of hte sister Cutler 1meltIsaacs Saturday night OUro Mat end Menlo Tlncher netted Miss Lizzie Isaacs Mbmliy afternoon Fer ris aflimon who hue been working In Ohio IB at home Lora tOW tUyi fltr Joe Trent to on the elck Itt this week iShlrd Johnson declines the Idea of hanging up tho whip since the nice weather sot tnMr John Oibbord la planting his gaTdon sure sign of ofoomeWng good to cat fcrat It JohuT JlVRLJIT Feb 22There la modi slcKncea In this vicinity Mrs Buaaii J Johnaon la very poorly with tho grip Frank I MallcoatB house caught fire Monday he and his wino were at work Iwhiledistance away and before they tho houso was on fire they had was consumed the flames and they wore left homo lesflJooob Gabbard Sr hId hla focal bank opened last week for Mr McCoy j from Pennsylvania to see He mid n he thought It the best bank In Uw county It cost the company J45 to r have It fixed up There Is much talk I Iofthe railroad being built thru here Everybody wishes to have It soon t RHey Brodely and Nannie Gabbard of t this place attended church at Grove Saturday and SundayS1O1kI Angel of this vicinity vteltcd her f r e I I f her Wesley Angel of near Midd- lFork Saturday and Sunday lost Lit visro this week Sho will return homo Sat urday W M Isnncs our trawling salesman vlsltod our merchant tit JL Hurley Tuesday Mr and Mrs W M Hurley Jr visited Mrs Bur ncarin Saturi MADISON COUNTY DUETFUS Feb 19Wo are having tine worth or at present Rev J W Parsons filled his regular appointment at the Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday Ho has been called to preach there this ycnrMrs Bottle Hudson and Martlia Powell were the guests of Mire Pearl Lain Friday evening Miss Lain Is very slok with pneumon Ia Sho Is under the CUe of Dr Coomer iMr and Mrs F M Jonca nnd llttlo daughter visited Mrs Jones parents Mr and Mrs W B Baker Sunday Mr L C Powell of Richmond was tho guest of his par ents Mr and Mrs John Powell Sat urday Miea Jessie Young of King ston was ehoplng In Dreyfus Friday eveningiTMr and Mrs Charley Jonea are visiting relatives In Jackson own ty this week ailse Murflw Click who la going to school at Boras was the guest of her grandpa Mr Levi Kim berlain Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Ellen Powell Mrs Speed MoKeon and Della Foster Were the guests of Mrs Dock Todd Friday morning Mrs Llzle Klmbtrlaln made n busi ness trip to Bfrea Monday Mr J C Powell and family are nearly nil sick with La Grippe Mr Din Huda was In Berea Sunday to roe his son Roy who Is going to school Air Jim Anderson and Miss Oracle Todd went to Jelllco Tenn where they were married Sunday Miss Todd ia the flfteenyoarold daughter of Mr and Mrs Dudley Todd Mr Anderson Is about twentyone years old We wish the young couple a long and happy life iMr Jim Combo of Bracsfleld and Mr Luther Klmberloln were tho guests of J C Powell Sundry night Rev Janice Lunsford of Bern was nailed to preach for tho Disciples Church this yrn- Ic1ORT PLAIN Feb 25 Russell the little hUd of D S Torrll died Monday of brain ver and was burled In Dorm Cemetery Tuesday February 19thLtzzte Maupln Is teaching the children otI Lee Maupln at Whites Station Miss Lucy Brewer was tho guest of the Misses Maupln Thursday of last week James Ell Oorn llBon Is out again after asevero attack of In GripI peMr and Mm Joe Maupln spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Bill DushMrs Than McKeehnn spent one evening of last week with MrsI Joe Maupln ESTILL COUNTY JINKS Feb 19 Mrs Marjory Jenkins died on the 13th and was burled on the 15thMr J W Chandler has moved from Happy Top to Jinks on tie C W Logsdon farmMr P O Logsdon has lout nine calves In the past monthIt ta reported that Mr Andy Isaacs daughter ran away with a married man leaving two little boys for her parents to take care of STATION CAMP Feb 21Miss Anna May Bcrlvner will leave today for an extended vie It with relatives In Madison county Mrs Mary and Kato Moores Annie Gunn William Wilson Greely Richardson Hume 0 Wagers and Lonnle GUM visited Mrs Sophia Wilson len- tSundayMines Flora Arvlno Gertfe McQurie Bottle and Anna Borlmer were the guests of Miss Kate Xr i Tuesday night Mrs Raymond Ar vine and Miss Flora Arvlno rpent Wednesday with Mrs Butord Wilson Mr W M Isaaca family has boon very sick with the grip LOCUST nnAxcn FLU IPThe people of thte com munity are fixing for fanning Mr Flemon Durbln0 house burned last Friday at noon They did not save anything Friends and neighbors helping them to go to housekeeping again Mr J M Kindred po stores ter and merchant of this place lOUt to Jackson county yesterday brand ttesMr David Kindred at feuded church at Panofo bat night will be punching at that placeThereunto next Saturody Rev Peels Is the mtnlaterMr Rolla Kindred via ited his uncle J M Kindred Friday night and Saturday Mr Lewis Kin dred will have a sale on tho 20th Ho will start with his family for Illinois about the 27thUr Vuuner Revis left tor Illinois today Ho will stay until after corn husking this taU then ho is planning to go to North Dakota Claude Oliver and wife vis ited Mr and Mrs David Gentry Sun day Mlas Allos Rcvla bas gono to stay with Mrs J U Blcknell n tow weeks Mr David Kindred went to Richmond last Tueudiy to attend the trial of R 0 Adams nod O T OUT Wlckllffo Kindred came In bAit Thursday morning with two large rise coons ho had caught In n tnPlr grollndohog In trap guess hero For I see Mr Ground Hog cane out TOvo aawmlll owned by Aiblll fi Blcknell of Jackson county will soon start up again- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY HOCKFOIII Feb 25We ore having lama snow and rusts after such nloo weather Mr James Berry ls planning to go to Oarmargo III this week Mr anti Mrs W T Linvlllo visited W H Stephens Sunday Mrs William Rich who has boon sick la bolter MUe Maltio E McGuire visited her aunt Mrs R L Stephona Sunday night Mrs Rosa Dalton who has boon via lUng her father Mr T C Vlartf re turned to her homo In Borrn Wednro dayfair J E McGuire was unfor tunaito enough to lose ono of his work horace Sunday Llttlo EvortAt Todd who lass been sick Is bettor Mrs P L Stephens who nee boon sick Is Improving Mr Tt D Cook sold his farm In Scaffold Cane to J M Bullen for JlSOO and bought n louse nnd lot in forum fur flIOO Miss Beulah Vlara who hns been sick Is Improving some Miss Roccle Todd visited her slater Mrs Mho Bul len Friday Mrs J M Bullen of nest Conway visited II E Bullen Friday and StturdayQOM M M LlnvIlV visited D L Rich Friday 3Ir Mar ton lUll who lets ben going to school at Derea returned homo Satur dy3lr H E Bullon who has boon very tick Is better Old Uncle II E Northern one of tho oldest citiz ens of Scaffold dine Is suffering wkh erysypolns Next Saturday and Sun day is the regular meeting at Scaffold Cane There will also be preaching at Macedonia on Sunday evening rt three oclock W W AngUn visited W II Stephens Saturday Air M B McGuire wns at Wlldlo Saturday taking up spokes for Mr SoobeeJar Jamtfl Sexton who hag been sick 01 long Is no better OOOCIILANI ItFeb 26 General Martin woo homo from perm Sunday on a visit We were all glad To flee htmEtta Sptirta and Nom Lakes of Double Lick attended church at Sycamor Miss Cyntha Wilson Id now illltDdShgI a few days with friends at M10JI rkc Jdcksou cuntTJ L Jones house I came very nearly burning down List Saturday night Jack received a very bad wound In the foot while putting Oho fire out6PMl Brockmcm nail Frank Sparks were In Goochland SUnC day John Wllaon has been very 111 with La Grippe W A PhilUpH was In Mt Vernon Sunday W W gUn passed thru here on tho way to Ever green where he Is expecting to buy some cattle of Wm Sjurke J W Phillips line gone to Lexington whore he is carpentering John la a fine workman Old Aunt Betsy Oatce Is samewhpt beUerTyJor DIxon called on J C Phillips Monday Wm Jonre was rolled to Cllimx Sunday to the bedside of suck relatives Tho RIngE ing school at Sycamore proved a ure as the teacher was sick and could not BttendJ C Phllllpa was In Lon don last wltDr Jones la ICJnirIIng his louse Jamea Baker la the work OARRARD COUNTY WALLACIITON Feb 2U D Oabtionl of DIG lUll was tho guest of his Gather find mother Mr and Mrs G D Gabbard of this place Saturday night Mr James Todd of near Wallaccton was out with his wan and team one day last week The team becamo frightened nod tan away The wagon was loaded end run over Mr Todd In some way and hurt him very badly John Allen bas rented the Otis Adams property on Log Walk tUte year Reuben Gabbard of Big Hill was the gueirt of G B Brockmia and family Sunday Mr William Dlnton of Berea waa tho gncot of W inter Mm Mary Gabbard tact Tlmrsdiy n1ghtR H Soper wan near JLancaa ter taut Wednesthr va Ihatoe From about the lOQi of F0raur o the 91st wwi nine farmtov weath r ani moot farmers In this tonality took afl vantago of StLee Welch of Dorea was the guest of Mr and lira O nightgwere also their visitors Wednesday oftoson last week Mra O D Gabbard who eg4mIOW5LE7 COUNTY TIIAVELIKR8 ItKST Feb 23We are having some very rough weather and there Is a good dual of sickness In our neighborhood Millard Botner is quito flick with pneumonia and Influenza Dr J A McHaffey is attending hlmMr JaB M Sebastian of Boouovllle died very suddenly Ha WAIl a good lawyer and I w a O = l timSAvsI NO ALUM t IN fOOD In England and France the Sate of Alum Baking Powder is prohibited by law because ofthe in jurious effects that follow its use The law in the District of Columbia also prohibits Alum In food You may live Where as yet you have no protection against Alum Tho only surf protection against Alum in your Baking Powder is tb SOpplainl9 I ROYAL ROYAL is made from Absolutely pure Cream of Tartar a pure Grape product 1a Aids digestion adds to the healthfulness of food tIeverybody liked him11r IVrrr JtIley had two axle of gndll c NIM iii today He la havlac a flee iriJi Sanford Rowland lMWS d then li r- on hue way horn frost Ibtwtv Cwk where be has been worklnll at Vnui ton Williams oaMfllt Ie nrnatl- ltet Arthur Lynch te on hie w iy U rll on a furlough lie IM bpt n In If United Stated Ann BTVIIH rt l hr thirteen months Mr W P Mmv rot Hamilton la vUlHnR at horn Mr J D RowleU is very iworly thlx win er PULASKI COUrtTYIILA Feb 27John F McQuary dPptri xl this life on February 33 1W7 nwi a vacant plAoe In the tually dr which cnn sorer be filled iwtdi they all mot beyond taw Rnivt He was the won of NVHIlwi afKl Kllx abcth Ann McQuary serf was lara on August 7 1867 witMn a half mil f where ho died lie ree 4v d his lu caUonln the common Behoof and ut Somerset graded eciiool began kid Ing at tho ag of IS and taught f over thirty ywra la Jamiary 11 77 ho was married to tattle C MKJuir of Atlanta Mo wow survives liim This union wits bltffled by fUf child ren three boys and two girls Harviy Clarence Doanls BverwU Ixrttle VU 11am Llela May alt survive JIm an i wore at bis bedside during sirkns and lost hours Ploy forty y nni li had been a devout mwnb r of tti Lick Baptist Church eat a clwi student of the scriptures end WIltI- Ithe ond came he was rMdy to pa H waa afflicted with atneer of the au m ttrpnIHeCemetery Sunday and the iwvlc at were conducted by R L Drown ot Somerset He la not dead Just gone before To welcome nIOn the The Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMO lrnatlondJarUntirdetalllUld Tutljr orlcbe l In part the purpose of tidpUnlJ It tq meet tho lareer art MIlIrIIr rMOlmnoatf of anotlior genera we the that thin allegation mot nrtt IUd accurately dCKiitxn tho work that ou aeeomr lIb11 ond the an Itnowetendl nraeliDM oogthorughlyiaie edited In terydetanhsubeep corrrctra In etarr part m IIP to meet 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