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IU ItI oUOUoeetlotrouoteosoogotlowowo 8 BEREA PUBLISHING CO 0 j1YCOIIIOItAT1nJo = r i0i 0oJ 1 000000000800000 p 11Vol VIII Five conts copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 1007 One Dollar a year No 88 IIDEAS Now llnntltuilr Blessed are they that hurl tor theirs Is tlw roalty of service Dittoed tare they that cleanse and clothe the body for tiny give the soul are they tint teach the chanooIearth labor for they shall regen are they that hunger andi UtOJo for Jurtlce for they nrc the brothers of Christ IHoased ore tho chcwmikerf for they stalled be tilled Uio sans of the morning Blessed are they that minister of the mind of Christ for they nro of tho inner household of Got- tJlEnDEllT A JUMP SPRING TERM BEREA COLLEGE OPENS WEDNESDAY MARCH TWENTYSEVENTH 1907 t FROM THE WIDE WORLD A bill has been presented in tho house of Lords to dmnge tho house HO that some of Us members will be elected Tho bill seeks to remove many of tho present lords who have prorldlngUustmust have given certain services to the country or have been elected nod provided for n certain number of elect ed peers and for the nomination b tho King thai in the primo minister of life peers those not to exceed ono hundred in uuuibor- Tiio Doutna is tho tower houso 0 tho KuAslan Parliament organized last year under tho Emperors Freedom Decree Tho first Don um was dis solved by the Emperor and elections ordered for n new Dotiiim to meet in March 1007 The elections nro not yot completed So far more than four hundred members have Loon elected leaving about a hundred still to be chosen Tho extreme Ifadloal- form the largest force which may j bodyIt s fourth son Princo Augustus Wllholu Victor will shortly visit tho United States in order to study Amricn manners and institutions IN OUR OWN COUNTR- The House passed tho Ship Sub silly Dill last Friday after ono of tho Congressformeasure was defeated but it was re considered and was finally passed by a vote of 155 to 144 Fiftytwo Republicans voted with tho Demo crats on tho first ballot and fortyone on the final ballot Tho Texas Senntu cleared Senator Bailey of tho charges prefers against him by n vote of seventy to forty with eighteen members absent By proclamation tho President ha added to the forest reserves of th country seventeen million acres of forest lands thirtytwo different res ervations being created or added to In explaining his action tho Prcsi dent says that tho lands would have been secured by timber men had ho longer awaited the action of Con gress With a new record for largo appropriations Bud important legisla tion the Fiftyninth Congress ml journed last Monday Tim total up propriations amounted to nearly One- billion dollars which is about ono hundred and ninetyeight million dollars more than the total of tho Congressv of the Pennsyl vania Railroad shows n total not in como of over fortyfour inillionHof dollarsa largo increase over previous earnings A proposed constitutional amend ment giving women the right to vote nt nil elections which was de boated in both houses of tits Califor nia legislature was reconsidered nUll adopted by tho required two thirds vote N COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Clinton county has como to the front during tho past week in tho Kentucky oil fields as a result of n strike which promises wall Tho oil l was found at u depth of only three j hundred feet Judgo Cornea opened court Tues day in Jackson under tho protection of troops ordered there by Governor Beckham at his request Everyone in tho courtroom including tho judge Awas searched for weapons Judge urged tho attorneys to agree luthuotiURIvenue on his own motion If they did not do B- OOwing to tho illness of FultI French and two of his attorneys the trial of tho case against him charg tlughim with tho murder of Jamey t h 1 r r r t ft clIO 1 T 5c r- i f ft THE CITIZENa 7 1 WHAT SHALL THE SIXTIETH CONGRESS BE Last Monday the Fiftyninth Congress finished its work president must be done and Congress did not dare refuse to do them Even the Senate which was much inclined to balk had to do its share of the work That is a strange thing to say about Congress isnt it that it did not dare refuse to pass the railroad regulation bill and the pure food presidentNolThe Sixtieth Congress is already elected and we cant change it now someone says Yes we can We catchange the names of the four hundred and seventysix men who make it up but we can make them do what we want if we want it badenough Some congressmen are going to do all they can for the goodof the country They are the best and help to make our nation great Some are going to do all they can for their own good They are the worst we arc ashamedof them but we can control them ifwe want to They want to stay in Congress dont they If we say to them You must do certain things for us or we wont reelectfou obedient and say it loud enough for them to hear The railroads tell the Congressmen what they want and so do the rich business men the millionaires and the Congressmen listen and vote as they are told Your vote isjust as good as that of Harriman the Railroad King yourOongresslhangood thing to do for he is bound to listen to you if he wants your vote StatesjCongressmen are your servants I It is your business to countrysfobey Are you doing your duty as king B Marcum was continued at Beatty yule until April and the attorneys Dud witnesses loft for Jackson Students Journal flanatuopportunity for Just ai much exercise sod skill as football U more later Mting to watch and far less dancer ous goonWins win a trim nndo vIt- of B U Kappa mon against on all drY score closing 1313 The Players were lUtta Kippa Center Ernon Klein Forwards Richard Bengo and IAw rtnco Newman Guards Geo Bozirth and Buford Long All OollegeCon- ter Roy Butman Forwards Wra Reoco undL J Cook Quarts Ztal Logan and Ernest Powers Two weeks ages a game was phyod tjotwepn nearly the rune towns In which flee Kbra won by a large soon ForiIQnr tlont far Dclmte Resolved That tho British Houso 0of Lords should bo abolished Resolved That the British conntl tuUonal system la preferable to tint of the United States Jleaolvfrt That Bryan Is the btst oandldMo In view for tho next presi dent of the United Slated R 83lvcd That QillfotnUns arc justified In phnnlng to hove stirate Mhcols for the Jvntnfjift Resolved That Congnssloiwl till blustering U always a wrong praciloft Resolved That ediiaHlon In agriculture Is more Important for our country than the regular clusslail ed ucationHnliJrcU for JUmjrn and Orntlon Stint Patrick Irotind JHrrlman the Railroad Kin+ Vbat the Fifty ninth Congress has done What the Sixtieth Congress ought to do Ship SubsidyStudents even often obtain material for for dilute or Iher rhetorical productions at The Citizen office American Cash Will Save a Million Lives Between four and five millions of men women and children are starv ing In northwstorn China This wo know and as well Out conditions In the devastated districts totaling 40000 square miles In area are grow ing worse day by day They must of necessity grow worse until crops can bo raised food furnished from the soil Wo cannot know tho awful suffer ing entailed the despair of millions lho added horrors of cold anti storm tram which there U no adequate shel ter the ravagce of disease In unuii tnry famine camps the bitterness of a fiito which to the Bimplemlmled peasantry seems unwarranted hail cruel We know this too Jtonoy given by Americans nt this juncture will save a million lives will mitigate the hor rlroC e those whom a vast mrijorlty of the sufferers have been taught to regard us heartless foreign devlW Already America la credited with 160000 In cash gifts of which 35000 has been oent thru the State Depot meat at Washington by The Christian Herald of Now York This paper has nddttlonjCorand Appeupls for contributions to its enda It you will glvo of your surplus glv oven in moderato measure give tt human sympathy modern civilization and appreciation of our own prosper- Ity prompts you every cent will be directly effectively and conscientious appliedIt urged that you malts a speedy decision in this matter Rmramber that you can do now what all the mil lions dr all tho banks In all the worl cannot do a few weeks hence SnrV ation will not wait to reap Its druid ful harvest But stravatlon ron be stayed and stopped and by your nld You can make this your fight against death dtsauo and agony Int you tan win If you will send checks pastnlfor express money orders to tho order of tho Chinese Famine Relief Fund 105 Bible House Now York City there will be full acknowledgement of the gift In The Chrlsttm Herald and In stant application of the funds The Cries of children the groans ot the aged tho despair of worthy men and women will be clnnged to gratitude and hope Behold how small n sum a great matter comrusanfh 10 cents a day will save a small family 20 cents will save a life fur a week 91 will save a family of five for a weekS will save six lives for a month 10 may kpa family over the pinch lop will save a Btrtill community Tn response to the appeal for ho starving millions In China hroe dol lars has been vent by The Citizen from Its readers to this fund DrI Cooks Sunday School Class and per haps others will give a sptchl colI Itctlon for this purpose next Sunday It any prefer to send their money to Tho Citizen Instead of directly 4o Now York it will be promptly forwarded Fruit Juices Dont Kill Germs- In one ot our exchanges published near hero an article was printer a tow works ego which IS likely to be dangerous because the Information was Incorrect It has boon thought that the juice ot lemons and other fruit would kill genius of typhoid few er cholera and other diseases This article rpcta this statement The cUt chemist of ClevMnud 0 recently 4e lMreful experiments to see if NtJwe true and found out that the dtMeee germs were not killed in tale jw r They do not flourish BO well u4 anew so rapidly In these fruit- jtrleeilltit they are not killed and ore MH1 ve daBgirous We must keep oa bolllgour water whero there Is ui Mer from infection from dls a eoFrsN I Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE IllfUtl WorldInCommonwealth of ientucky CongreuStuavingaMllllon Liver Dennturrd Alcohol 1AOB TWO Rertiil Tlta Ifou 0 of n Tliounnml Cnnilte The Dnlrjr PACK TIIHKK Take Notice VicinityCollege PAOE IOUl Comment llnllnon Has Practical Future Hut Not as- Alrehl Anmilnijr plebe In United StetsThe Slay IroliUmi nn Acute huerollllcil Talk- Tempernnco Note PACK FIVE nCCntlllRteNIaNews from Everywhere PAOK SIX- Th Home Odilt nod End The Hchcxil Irolilenii of the Dlttrlct School hy Iruf Illniinore The Fnrni Ortiwlne of FruitEighth Kentucky Illtory 1rogrctn PAGE SKVEV The Sunday School Lton- The Children Department PAOB tIGHT CorrepondenceLntt The Joy of Living The Marlon Kan Record finds just one thing lacking to complete the joy of a country editors life It soys Every once In a while some cheer ful Individual remarks to us Well now that the paper is out I suppose tau can take it easy tor three or tour days Yes how delightful it is that u country editor his practically noth lug to do between press days Dual ness runs along automatically When paper bills come due money drops oft the trees with which to pry them Sub ocrtbere vie with epch other to see who tan pay the farthest in IV111CE Advertisers beg for addlUonnlSplCe And tho way the news hunts up the editor Is also plcanant to contemplate There Is something really strange the war news Items act When tho popei ti out tho editor simply goes to Us desk and leans back In his easy chair and looks wise and wilts for teat weeks preen day The day before press day tho people in+ ups In front of the office door and then they file past his desk and tell him all the newt of the week He writes it up in fif teen or twenty minutes takes it back and hangs 4t on the book Tha cpm positors take tho copy shake it over the type asses Day a tow mystic words the type aim Into place and after Q few passes by the fornmn the forms are ready for press Stain And the editor goes down and deposits some raqro money In the tile It Is UK greatest snap In the catalog Now II the editor could only do away with press day his Joy would be complete v Denatured Alcohol From The Vlllige for January W It seems likely that denatured al cohol which may now ba manulactjerenl and sold will prove to be of consid erable value to dwellers in village Isolated toousee and farmers It ban heretofore not boon possible to make use of alcohol as fuel bemuse of the hrAvy Internal tax upon It This tax- Is abolished upon all alcohol for use I 1 the tarts which is so treated oa to render It unfit for drinking This treated alcohol may be used In engines in much the same way gas oline Is used and It Is expected that It will produce rather more power per gallon than gasoline does It can be made from almost any vegetable rep fuse which contains starch or sugar In sufficient quantity and the o4 par atus for Its manufacture ie very sim ple Tho moonohlnera In tho moun tains of Kentucky und Tenossoe make alcohol In their primitive stills It will bo possible oer ct stills nnywher the materials mil be obtained for the manufacture of alcohol Of course any groin will be too costly but potatoes boots cornstalks and many other things will be avatUblo Corn Etalks would seem to be a promising material for corn Is raised all over the country and the stalks generally go to write Experts In the employ of the government have stated that enough cornstalks go to waste in this country each year to produce alcohol sufficient to drive all tho mills all the railroads all the steamships and to heat all the homos la the couatrjv There will be nothing to hinder each small community erecting a still and manufacturing alcohol for the power and the fuel of the place for a year If cornstalks or beets or potatoes can be had Alcohol Is so adaptable that iIt can be used for nearly all of the needs of power heat cooking and Jlghtlg The prairie villages that are practically without Umber find whoso coal comes from afar at high cost can oW work out their own sal vation Moko alaoh l and with It gen erate power to drive the farm micWa ery hoot the house with the hot of the exhaust gases supplemented try direct consumption when the engines are not In operation travel to the neighbors In an automobile driven by e I w toI I t w In 00000000000000 IoItii i School Teaching on page 67 g leoeoeoeoeosogoeOeoeoo oeo- 0 How Many People Keep Valuable Papers in Unsafe Places How many go away from home for a few days leaving valuables hidden in their houses P j How much valuable property is destroyed or stolen each year on account of such careless practise Does it pay to take such risks when 100 will entitle you to the use of one of our Safe Deposit Boxes for a year These boxes are of the latest style andthe best made They are in a fire proof vault with additional pro tection in the way of electric burglar alarm Whatever is placed in one of these boxes rests in absolute security until taken out by the ownerno one else can open the box We will be glad to show you our Safe Deposit Boxes and have you make use of them We want your general banking business too and in re y turn offer you every facility of modern I ing and courteous treatment bankjCAPITAL 5000000 I J J Moore President W H Porter CashierI THE Berea National Banffi CAPITAL 2500000 Z i i II iIThe Berea National Bank confidently believes r I it can meet every requirement of the most discriminating customers q DEPOSITORS WILL RECEIVE AS LIBERAL TREATMENT AS IS CONSISTENT WITH SOUND I BANKING h- l II I i SE WELCH President J W FOWLER Vice Pros- t JL GAY Cushion OTHER DIRECTORS Wright Kelly J W Lambert S R Batter Ii I w C Parks W A Hammond R W Todd I alcohol cook with alcohol stoves light with alcohol lamps which burn the vaporized fluid mixed with air be neath a mantle otter the manner of the tundllar Welsback gas light pump the water and drive the electric light stAtion with engines using alcohol and supply energy for tho power station ot the street railway In the same manner FUrtmero oaa use alcohol in an en gino for threshing grain shelling corn sawing wood grinding feed pumping writer running cream separators en silage cutters churns Gasoline and kerosene engines for ouch uses are on the nnrket and they arc very simple and efficient producing power at low er cost than steam besides being easier managed It appears from late announcement that alcohol can be used In this type of engine to even better advantage and the machine can be made even more simple by do Ing away with the carburetter It has been YxfeUaatic that If anything went wrong witha gasoline engine tho trouble would probably bo found ln the carburetter In using alcohol the fluid to sprayed directly into the cyl inder through several fine screens and Is vaporized there mixing with air which is drawn in at the mane Ume and the mixed charge la explod ed by an electric spark There is anesthetic advantage in the use of al cohol in tugs way for the reason that the smell of the products of combus Uon la sot offensive as is the case with gasoline + Tko explosion engine by reason of Its simplicity costs less than u steam rogtee ot equal power By reason of Its mote complete consumption of the power of Its fuel it Is less cosily to operate It can be operated with very much less attendance In many ctUKfl being left bar hours to its own devlees and 1U useful life is very mucH longer I T Iit If alcohol does all that is hoped of the farmer the isolated household er and the small village without wa ter power will be more nearly on an equal with those possessing that ant I ural advantage There nro ntthdpresent time a few farmers In this country who have small brooks and by means of the use of water wheelie possess cheap power which they utilize for all the operations of the farm lighting the house barn find grounds pumping the dsmeatlc witer 1 tupijt thr shins grain grinding corn cutting ensilage running cream sop arators and churns sawing wood andn rIn some instances opmting a box Jmaking factory Now unless 1 I falls In its very evident mission olhtnr j can stave these things at a cost not eta prohibitive It may even become pus slblo for farmers todo some irrlga yaevenj I Irrigation would be profitable Itt Q t I plant were cheap enough BO that a farmer could afford to have it in stud M loses for emergencies In tike west ir 1 IIIrigation In many cases is the only ml fThcrebe overcome Ono expert states that f alcohol attacks Iron and aluminum and therefore all parts of engines with t which tho alcohol comes in contact will have to be made of brass or some metal other thin Iron or alum t Inum The cylinders of gas and gas line engines are usually undo of iron h and df they must be made of bronze or lined with bronze the cost will be greater I It is the common belief and ex pectation that the use of alcohol for I k all these purposes and many more i 11luUIn certain Industries P lr t r ItOTICK TOCOrnEsrOVDEVTSA- lleommomeiUoa fwthu thonld I imm ynl4 tif tbrme of tfc aallioft necMrriy rr prtfp tAtul to dludmed dau1 iv the Utttn aderne pl und auttaet Pro- trrmee difflait to decipbjr beau of t- btaw U which tbrare wriiUi THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES I By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Author l Tnt MAIN CHANCE ZELDA BAHIKON tic OP1liblll hi twbbnerlla W CHAPTER It Continued i The big cbap In the lead Is my friend Pickering I answered and Larry turned his head slightly Yea I supposed you werent look ing at the women he observed dryly Im sorry I couldnt see the object of your Interest Bah these men- I laughed carelessly enough but I was already summoning from my memory the grave face of the girl in black her mournful eyes the glint of gold in lip hair PlcUrlng was cot mlnlv finding tho pleasant placos in this vale of tears and 1 felt my heart hot against hIm It hurts this seeing n man you have never liked succeed ing where you hart failed Why didnt you present mot Id like to make the acquaintance of a tow reiwesenlalivc Americans I may need them to go hall for mo IMckrring rfMnt see me for one thing nod for another h wouldnt go ball for you or me If be did Ho Isnt built that way larry smiled quizzically You neednt cxpkita further The sight of the lady has shaken you Sho rewind mo of Tennyson The ctarUkp w rnow of Immortal 0r and the rest of It ought to bit a solemn I warning to you many drew swords and died and calamity In her train Rah these women I thought you were past all that J I doat know why a man should be past It at 2T1 Besides Pkkcrlnss Vrlcnds are strangers to me But what became of that Irish colleen you used to moon over Her distinguishing fea tilt ns 1 remember her photograph I was a short upper Up You used to force her upon me frequently when we woro In Africa Humph When I got back to Dublin I found that she had married u I brewers son think of It Put not your faith in a short upper l Hor face never Inspired any con ydITdence In meI That will do think you Ill line thedyoiir grandfather died In June A let- terI I advising you of the fact reached you at Naples in October Has It oc lcurved to you that there was quite an Interim there What may I ask was htheexecutor doing nil that time You may be sure he was taking advantage f of the opportunity to look for tho red red gold 1 upiiofre you didnt give 4t him a sound drubbing for not keeping I tilt cables hot with inquiries for youT n He eyed me lit that clhdalrfor my It stupidity which I have never suffered from any other man r Well no to toll the truth I was Itthinking of other things during the in Your grandfather should have p- rofvdod a guardian for you lad You oughtnt to be trusted with money Is our bottio empty Well If that person with the fat neck was your friend Plckerlug Id have a care of whats coming to me Id be quite sure that Mr Pickering hadnt made away with the old gentlemans boodle or that It a didnt get lost on the way from hIm ton you I The times running now and Im In for the year My grandfather was a tine old gentleman and 1 treated him t like a dog Im going to do what he tIlrcotsin that will no matter what the slzo of the reward may be Certainly thats the eminently 4proper tiling for you to do nut butk i lJ your wits ulrtiul you If a fellow with that neck cant find money where money has been known to exist it inust be buried pretty deep Your r grandfather was a trifle eccentric I I if4Judge but not a fool by any manner of means The situation appeals to my Imagination Jack I like the Idea of ltthe lost treasure and the whole business Lord what a salad that Isl f Cheer up comrade Youre as grim at an owl- SIhereupou we fell to talking of peer ale and places we hud known In other lands andImy paca usual ironical vein Youre not golug to take those I IndlIeuted I i which 1 brought from the clpsot and i threw upon tho bed They make me homesick for the Jungle i t He drew from Its covrr tlu heavy rifle 1 had used lust on a leopard hunt and tested Its weight Prtcluus little use youll have for1 Ir this Better let me take it back to t The Sod to uSe on the landlords I r say Jak are we never to seek our w k fortunes together again or We hit It off r liretty well old man come to think of i yourGE the riflemIcas- e with unnecessary care but there I was a quaver in his voice tlxit was not UJte Larry Donovan Como with me now I exclaimed 40 wheeling upon him Td rather he with you than with amr other living uan Jack Gkmnwra out 1 cent think of If I have my ovhi troubles and moreover yortvo got to oflct your fortune and then If t havent been hanged In time meantime well Join forces later Theres no chap any where with a plcasantor knack at spending money than your old frloud L DHe grinned and I smiled ruefully knowing that wo must soon part again for larry was ono of the tow mon 1 hud ever called friend and this meet altCoIfollOvIji little wary If I wore you Now Ive Seen kicking around hero for a couple oi weeks dodging the detectives and Incidentally reading the newspapers Perhaps you dont understand that this estate of John Marshall Qlcnnrm has been talked about a good bit- I didnt know it 1 said lamely You couldnt know when you were coming from tho Mediterranean on a steamer But the house out there and the mysterious disappearance of the property have bean duly discussed Youre evidently an object of some mblic interestaud ho drew from bill pocket a newspaper cutting Heres a gamplo item He read John Glenurm the grandson of John Marshall Gtenarui the occontrlc millionaire who died suddenly In Vet mont last summer arrived on time Maxlnkiickeo from Naples yesterday Under the terms of his grandfathers will Glcnarra Is required to reside for a year at a curious house established by John Marshall Glenorm near Lake Annandale Indiana This provision was made accord ing to friends of the family to lost young Glcnarms staying qualities as ho has since his graduation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ire yearsngo distributed a consider I at He able Ajrtune left by hU father in contemplating the wonders of the old world It la reported That will del Signs and wonders 1 have certainly beheld and if I spent my patrimony I submit that got my money back 1 paid mybiil and took a hansom for the ferry tarry with me chaffing away drolly with his old zest AH the boat drew out into the river a silence fell upon usthe silence that Is possible only between old friends As 1 looked back at tho lights of the city something beyond the sorrow at part lug from a comrade touched me A sense of foreboding of coming danger crept into my heart But I was going upon the tamest possible for the first time in my life I was sub mitting to tho direction of another albeit one who lay in the grave How lire my grandfather It was to die leav ing this compulsion upon me My mood changed suddenly and as the boat bumped at the pier I Dab these men ejaculated Larry What men I demanded givjnginy bags to a tarter These men who are In love he saId 1 know the signa alienee sudden inexpllcablo laughter I hope Ill not be in jail when youre nurrled Youll be in n long time if they hold you for that Heres my train We talked of old times and of fu ture meetings during few minutes that remained You can write me at my place of rustication I said scribbling An nandalc Wubana count on a card New If you peed mo at anytime Ill come to you wherever you arc You understand that old man Ooodby Write me care of my father hell have my addrcbo though this last row of mine made him pretty hot I passed tbrougli the gate and down the long train to iny sleeper Turning with my fet on the step 1 leaved a farewell to Larry who stood outside watching mo In n moment tho heavy train was moving slowly out Into the night upon tea wostward journey CHAPTER III The House of a Thousand Candles Annamlalo derives Its chief Impor tance Item tho fact that two railway lines Intoracct there The Chicago express paused only for a moment while the porter deposited uiy things beside mo on tho platform Light streamed from tho open door of the station n few tillers paced tho platform staring Into tho windows of Uio cars the vii lave hnckman languidly solicited my business Suddenly out of the shail ows came a tall curious figure of u man clad In n long ulster As I write it Is with a quickening of tho sensa tion I received on tho occasion of my first tweeting with Bates His lank gloomy figure rises before mo now and I hear fits deep melancholy voice as touching his lust respectfully he said Bog pardon sir Is this Mr Glen arm I am Rates from Glonarm House Mr Pickering wired mo to meet you sir IlaldTho gathering up my traps and 1 gave him my trunk checksHow far Is ItT 1 asked my oyes resting a llttlo regretfully I trust con fess on the roar lights of tho vanishing train Two nillos sir Bates replied Theres no way over but the hack In winter In summer time steamer comes right Into our dock My legs need stretching Ill walk I suggested drawing the cool air Into my lungs It was a still starry Octo her night and its freshness was grate ful after the hot sleeper Bates ac cepted the suggestion without com menL We walked to tho end of the platform whore the hackman was al Yes Supposed You Werent Looking the Woman Said Dryly I 1 cxcuraldh laughed mooning the Indiana ready tumbling my trunks about and after wo had seen them plied upon his nondescript wagon I followed Bates down through tho broad quiet street of the village There was moro of Annandale than I had Imagined and several tall smokestacks loomed hero end there in the thin starlight I Brickyards sir said Dates war lag his hand at tho stacks Its a considerable center for that kind of businessBricks without straw I asked an we passed a radiant saloon that blazed upon the board walk Bog pardon sir but such places are the ruin of menon which remark I based a mental note that Bales wlshod I to ImprcsB mo with his own rectitude Ho swung bcsido me answering questions with dogged brevity Clearly hero was a man who had reduced human intercourse to a basis of neces sity I was to bo shut up with him for a year and lie was not likely to provo a cheerful jailer My feet struck upon a graveled highway at tho end of the village street and 1 heard suddenly the lapping of water Its the lake sir This road leads right out to tho house Bates ex I plainedI doomed to meditate pretty steadily T imagined on tko beauty of the landscape In these parts and I was rejoiced to know that it was not all cheerless prairie or gloomy Wood IandTho wind freshened and blew sharply upon us ort the water The flshlng8 quite good In season Mr Glcuarm used to take a great pleasure in t nassyes sir Mr Glenarm held there was nothing quite equal to a black bass liked the way the follow spoke of ray grandfather Ho was evidently a loyal retainer No doubt ho could summon from the past many pictures of my grandfather and I determined to encourage his confidence TO BK CONTINUED THE WHITE HOUSE QUARANTINED + PRESIDENTS SON PRONOUNCED ILL WITH DIPHTHERIA The Chief Executive Is Not Alarmed Out Goes Horseback Riding At Uiupal Washington March 4 Archl llooscvclt tho presidents third son i9 ill with diphtheria and the white house In Quarantined In alt official statement Issued front the presidents office announcing tho fuel It was said Ho now scorns to bo doing well lie Is located In tho southeast room of tho white house and strict quarantine Is being observed The case la of n rather severe anti virulent type and tlrst made Its appearance on Friday last when Archlo tools to his bed and a physician was calledDiphtheria was suspected from the first hut It was said that tho case was not diagnosed for a cortAlntyI Tho matter was kept quiet until the official bulletin was Issued from Sec rotary Ioeba oftlce with tho addition al Information that this pretence of contagion disease In a remote corner of the white house would make no difference with tho transacting of bust ness in the presidents office as usual Tho offices used by the president and the clerical force connected with the white house are In a small build ing located between the mansion and the state war and navy building and connected with the former by a long terrace In which tho laundry Is sit uatedNo anxiety for tho president Is feU at tho white house tho belief being that he has not had an opportunity to contract the dlstmsa It U not quiet clear Just when Mr Roosevelt last saw Archie but It was said that It was at least three or four days since they met On the other hand It appears that Archlo has been ailing days and that all last week ho com plained of not tooling well It was thought at first that ho was suffering form a light attack of grip The president at any rate la not concerned for his own health and ho went out horseback riding an usual In the afternoon Other Members of the family remained In doors Tho white house was quarantined only onco before That was in tho winter of 189293 when Marthcna Harrison President Harrisons grand daughter was III with diphtheria The Christmas bf 1892 was a very gloomy occasion In tho blf mimUion where tho president lives- HEAPED COALS ON THE FIRE And Thirty People Were Overcome By the Gas In a Hoarding House Smithfield K I March L Twenty men and pre women wore overcome by coal gas in a boarding house con nected with the Burnon cotton mills In the village of Qeorglavllle sad while nearly all were eventually resusltated it is feared that in two cases fatal results may follow The most critical case Is that of John Do Ian who remains unconscious Otis Patt the proprietor of the boarding house and his children wore also renderen uncontcloin by the fumesIt said that a largo quantity of coal was put on tho fire and all drafts closed thus allowing no proper means fillatlVeryBY HER CAR The Female Elevator Operator Was Crushed To Death Philadelphia Pa March 1Almost on tho evo of becoming a bride Mss Martha Pctorman a pretty 23youroId elevator operator in the Young Mens Christian Association building was crushed to death by her own car whllo making a desperate effort to remedy nn oversight on bar part In having failed to see that tho safety appliances on the elevator were properly eat Upon returning from breakfast she found the elevator had settled several feet In attempting to raise It she turned tho wheel the wrong way and was crushed between the elevator and hoar Pouches Were Rifled Chicago March tSIt Utter pouches which wero stolen from a mall wagon here wore found in up out lying vacant lot The pouches hAd been rifled and evrythlng of value removed The loss Is estimated to be between 13000 and 4000 Big Ship In Trouble Yokohama March C1ho Great Northern steamship Dakota went ashore la the nay of Tokyo All pas tensers are safe and tho agents of the vessel aro hopeful pf saving her New York Giants Won Los Angeles Cal March IThe New York natlonals defeated the Los Angeles baseball team in a practice game S to 2- Agent Kills Himself Detroit Mich March 4IL E Blnz of Philadelphia who was an agent for it Cincinnati engraving company and who registered last Wednesdays this Hotel Renaud as Edward TMwlion committed suicide by taking carbolic acid and laudanum Steamer Went Ashore London March 4The British steamer Devona Capt Murray bound front Portland fdr London went ashore on the Goodwin Sands during p storm but was afterward floated find proceeded TH Y CURIr + U SELF SUCKING COW Placing Bull Rings In the Nose Will Prove Effective Prof W U Carlyle whllo at the Wisconsin experiment station de wised n plan for breaking cows of the habit of either sucking themselves or sucking others Prof Carlylo was a simple one and consists of uothl Cure for SelfSucking Cow- Ing more than putting a bull ring through the cows none and suspend- Ing two other rirfgs to this as shown In tho accompanying Illustration Prof Carlyle found tills plan to bo affective with all cows upon which It was tried It Is probable thaf somo of our read ers having trouble with cows which bare acquired this habit will find something In the suggestion which will In helpful to him THE HEIFER AND HER CALF Patience and Good Judgment Needed to Avoid Difficulties It might prevent much profanity In thought and word and a great deal of Impatience If the dairyman and farm or taco to face with the unbroken calf would 101111tuleYork Fix things so the calf can never suck Us dam and when tho cow has mothered It a few hour dont be in tot great a rush about itmilk about three quarts of her milk into n pall putt It up under tho calfs nose so as to touch It and In a minute It will drink from the word go and you have won out A calf that has never sucked will drtn its readily as It will got thohang of finding Ita own dinner By the same rule a heifer should always be hand milked and then knows no other way Lot the calf run with her a few days nnd tbon milk hot Is In her way of thinking rubbery of her calf and you have to break hor which often Is quite n vaudeville show and often of somewhat unpleasant memory From tho start play that you aro halters calf and make her believe It and to the calf bo Its god of tho foul dl hand the rest Is a pleasant pastime I1ttho way those suggestions as to thisItwo parts corn meal sifted two parts of finely ground oatmeal sifted and the wholo mixed then boll awl allow to stand for II hours covered Begin with onofourth pound nor day for oalvea a month old news nilk for tho month previous and no solids Increase tho amount of solids ns tho calf grows older but not to exceed a pound a day Keep fresh second cutting of clover or alfalfa bay before IL- DAIRY NOTES 1 To keep up the pow of milk always milk clean A really good cow will lose flesh rathor than gain it when in full flow ofmilkA way of doing thing saves much time but wo must Improve that routine if we can Stop the churn as soon as the but let granulates if you want to work out all the butter milk With a thoroughly good cow to man ufacture It we can always afford to put In feed and tako out button If the heifer calf Is to become a good dairy cow elm must ho fed as though she were n good cow now All cows do not like the same kind of feed neither will they do so well as they would on some other kindUnder present conditions tho most profitable dairy cow Is the one that helps your to make tho most butter la winter Rich food makes rich milk the best cow In the world will not give good milk unless sho is given food from which is muko it flutter will novel grain finely In coming If the fat globules havo pro- viously been Injured by overheating- of tho cream or too much violence- inchurningAll should bo thorough ly cleaned first belag well washed then scalded with boiling water and afterwards sufficiently aired to keep thorn perfectly sweet Why Butter Dont Come In a majority of cases when butter does not come it is the result of one or two causes either the thermome tar has not been used and tho cream has been put into the churn too cold or too much has been put In and the churn Is overloaded so that the cream I does not get the proper oscillation I A PROFITABLE COW The Experience of One Man Wl Made It Pay I live In tho outskirts of n small city and have an occupation that takes most of my time I find opportunity however to take cure of two cows which I find very profitable writes a correspondent of Farmers Review Probably they would not bo so profita ble If I made dairying my business lint as I am content to keep the two r cows as n lido isauo I find tho returns largely profit 1 got Into time business by accident A neighbor was going to movo away and had nn exceptionally fine cow with a calf at foot Tho cow hall no pedigree and belonged to no particular breed but she was ono of the kind wo often meet with among the cows ot no pedigree Sho was perhaps six years old though no record existed of her age 1 judged by her horns I was a little doubtful about tho wisdom of buying her but found out by ex perience that I had no reason for that kind of a feeling Her milk was rich and 1 thought then very rich Indeed As I never used tho Babcock test I do not know just how largo a per cent of butter fat there was In it I think It must have been nt least five per- centS milk Tie yield was largo run fling on some days to more thud 15 quarts which I hold Is a good yield for a cow lu this connection I wish to say that I have heard a Groat many people tell about their cows giving SO and moro quarts per day when I have felt sure that they were guess- Ing at the amount their cows wore giv ing Ono of tho popular errors among farmers and others that own cows Ito bcllovo that their rows give more milk by GO per cent than they do Tho row above mentioned gave on the average perhaps ten quarts ot milk tar day but she gave It tho year around for I balance up her short dry time with tho push time after calvIntwhen she gave a very largo amount of milk Some of thIs milk was set for cream out of which to make but 4 ter but most of it was sold to people j that came for It In 314 months the cow and calf hall paid for them selves nail after that wo Ira quently took In for milk from that cow about 10 per month besides hav lag what wo wanted to use on our tableThat led to the buying of another cow and after that the purchase of two more That proved to be too many for mo to core for and we cut the number down to two I think It Is more profitable to have two good cows than four cows of Indifferent value One of my neighbor became HO In torcjtcd In the matter of milk product tion that ho wont In too deep and failed to mnko very much money Ho hud seven or eight cows at one time and ho was nut engaged In dairying as- a business either Ho did not have enough cows to justify him In keeping a hired man and so his wlfo had to turn in and help take care of tho cows I ant sure that it became nn element of contention In the family and led to much unhaipplnee Ono should knowmwhere to draw iho line If ono Is con tontod to keep two good cows It la hotter than half keeping four onto and thorn is more profit In IlOOfJDOTTERWORKER One of Medium Size for the Small Dairy Tho butter worker shown In tho il lustration stands on a table or low Butter Worker I bench or If made In larger size upon tho floor says tho Montreal Herald The lever Works upon n rot and can ho moved sldowisc Tho table slopes forward and has several grooves to carry the liquid down to a pall or a dish placed to receive it Thu lover at the under side has a round or sharp edge Maple ash or chestnut arc limo best woods for use in construction f UTENSIL FOR STIRRING CREAM Device Which Will Blend It Perfectly have the tinsmith make this or heavy tin U In conical in shape and the holes are about the size of a half dollar Tho handlo Is a hollow tube two Inches In diameter closed at top and a handle hold over It as shown in tho cut Tho handle hold Is of Inch wido tin with edges bent over fiat The di ameter of tho stir rcr should bo an inchless thanwthat of tho cream can In which It Is kept and tho top should extend to n point Just below the top of LWhenplains Farm and Horn lilt the stir rer then press town repeating this threo or four times It blends the cream perfectly much better than any paddle and may ha loft In tho can from one churning to the next The man who winters Adry dairy Is getting no paying compensation for the food aokokakorororokokokokororakororokokorokokoKokokokoK o I RAZORSI0 0 i And Shaving Material i n i IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A FINE RAZOR 0 Y o seeo o x xro For tliono who prefer tho regular stylo razor and yet bavoo o o safety guard attached tho Curly Safety Razor la tho thing at 250 o The Gem Safety Razor with seven sharp blades is as good as x oKx oral other tlilngo necessary to complete na having outfit Strops o cxo 1 oopricesox size wo fowl sure that wo huvo what you wanto2 Yw 7 0 b p I o Porter Drug Co INC f aoOi10A01t01tOgoil0it0ieoil0it0A0A01011o410t101101101101e04t 0o44o110A011011 t 0808080808080808080800080808080800080080808080800 8oI Berea and Vicinity sn0S o I = GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES i TAKE NOTICE Theo OonvttrMttun Club will neat this week Friday nl lu M Mr And MI1I Oartntells Dane The subject for tlleoueelon hi roe IniffreM of the Negro Sine the War Last Lyceum Entertainment- Next Mwrtiy night March lid at 730 Ute MM number of the Mntor Iprauln Ootinw will be gtvtn IB eke Oofteeo ClMtwi It will be A JnMWMio rwjJtol of ShakttaIwres Mudm bj 1rof Jalnta Wf Hiln Thta re cital was arrtnw d for abut a you IJmrjRdne Jump AVnlt llnlua homo In IUvurh xul New York to Klvo It All lovers of tad Htemture of Slukceixtiro or oC rail dranwlto art will want to make use of this lUre opportunity It la sure to be one of the flaeat ontertnlnmwMa ot the year Single niUnleslon 35 cents children 20 cents Mrs 11 M Moore relumed to lIam mon Ohio Sunday after an oxtemi ed visit wllh her mother Mrs U CX J 1 OnbtMrdiMIfls Mlle howler returned from Cincinnati last Sxtunkiy Ask Your OwnDoctor If he tells you to take AyersI Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble then take It If he has anything better then take that But we know what he will say for doctors have used this cough medicine over 60 years I Lave used Ayr1 CtirrT recwral for liard coMl bad cougtit tnd Influtnu It Ms dons Ins IfT1 Ifood in tlbell III illbelt ec- uIhmt me4lelne world for It and long troubleELI C STUART AlbenJOroaoQI II nxs ee AyrCoLowIMessAl I Villers SARSAPARilLA PILLS lUll YIOOR the bowels open with Pllla at bedtime Just anoI IKee uugggoccoooa Mr J II Oibbard win InJUcIimonJ TMfrwell Ky spent Thursday night with Mrs TVxlda turcnta Mr and Maim lowfci- MUry and Emma Adams came lXndUtOMr Vaughn Norman tea in town the tint of the week Mrs Svrtnford of lug Hill ICy vIs- Ited Mrs Joo Evens Monday Mr J W bowler who has been making a short trip In tho fwuth turned Monday Mr A P Settle was n business oailtr In Hlohnunxl Monday tn Frank Hays was called Dreyfus Kj Monday on coount of AnnIlIudaUIMrs U R Robinson and J A Sharp were in Richmond the first of the week on bun I aces goodhorseairs Iu Trent of IxmlavIIlP Is spending a few days with her father and mother Mrs A P Sottle The Public Sohool opened Monday with a very good aUeiuiince but an effort should be ando to start every child who la not enrolled In College Mr Jnaon Sexton was house f Illohmond for a few days list nee with homo Polka on Boan streets Tho marriage of Miss Llzzlo Smtt U Mr Vtator Brown took yfacs at tho homo of the bride on Depot ctreet lost Wednesday night The little daughter of Mr L Moore died last Saturday morning of pneu monia and was burled Sunday morn- Ing In tho family burying ground Many friends extend sympathy to the beraived famllyi Mr Edgur Scrivener and Miss Mufia Dlckncll were united In imrrlaga at tho home ot Dr and Mrs L A Davis Tho bride was dressed In a boautlfu white silk and the groom In conven tional black After being honored by n very quiet serenade they rent to Mr Scrivners house where they will mako their homo for some time They ore bath well known hero and The Citizen joins with their many frlonda In wishing them a long and hippy life Mr and Mrs Andrew Slurp left on Tuesday for the western part of Kansas where they go to mike their future home Miss Bertha Robinson a sister of Mrs Sharp occampanlet them as tar as Richmond Mr Wm Sexton says on Last Wed nesday morning February 20th while ho and Mr I C Davis were out on the farm of Mr Davis they discovered a en all snake olive on the snow but 10 benumbed he could scarcely move Miss Florence Jones daughter f- Ur and Mrs C A Jones formerly Jr tulle place now raiding at Jotter sonvllle Indtaaa was united In mar rtago with Mr Nathan Sparks Feb runry 20th He Is the son of William Sparks a prominent citizen and ha L host of friends who wish them muc happiness in their married life I Edna Jeanette Maupln daughter of F C Maupln ot Berea Ky was a nurse In the Long Cliff Hospital in Loganuport Ind where Tuesday Feb retry 19th she was marrietf to Mr Stearns of that clt Mr and Mrs Bert Coddington wish to express their sincere thanks to friends and neighbors for their kindsympathy and assistance in con nection with tho final sickness and death of their mother Mrs Blazer Apir clntloui of lrofe ior Itahte Mr Ralne rendered selections from Shakespeare which met with the heart lest appreciation showed unusual vcr aatility on tho tart of the reader and a wide departure from the ordinary work of this kind Republic Times Springfield Ohio Our community enjoyed a rich treat In tho rendering of Shake icares Merchant of Venloo by James W Rain It was so nearly a reproduction of the entire plug that omissions would not bo noticed If Mr Ralne visits us again there will be a rush to hear hlmrfbe Pantograph Richmond Ky Inttlnc ut Mr lllnter Mrs Anna Maria Blazer the eldest daughter of Rev Samuel Maine died Tu t Saturday night in her 77th year She was married In AugUAt 1852 to Mr John Blazer united the Methodist Episcopal Church I 1851 In Ross county Ohio and afterwards January 3 1904 with the Un ion Church In Derm Two brothers nnd one sister sur vivo her Dr L M Mhlna of Seymour Ind Maxwell Mains of Wyom ing and Mrs M E Ooddlngton o Roanoke Va Eight ohlldren wore born to Mr and Mrs Blazer seven ot whom are living New Mall fluids We are glad to state that a now mall route has been approved service on It will commence the 1G examinntloo n Itt Gubbtvrd received the hlghtet grade and he will be appolnd carrier A great many poaplo will receive excellent service by this route The mall will leave at G Do m and It Is hoped the aarrlerwlll got back In time to catch the noon malls on the trains he mute Is about 23 miles long CllMtlon for Colored llnptUt Church raThe First Church colored of Beroa hold hair regular monthly meeting Sunday March drilh a grand baby rally Thirty babies wero represented by tho different families Bother Thomas Palmers baby was the champion baby and col lected 900 tho second baby of Brother M Bollards family 817i the third Mr B Ricos 501 J1Vallerree St00 Tho thirty babies raised collection of 0300 general celloa Td37toJAMES A WEST Clerk All Sea Food Good to Chinese Tho Chinese will eat anything that comet out of the sea All tho fishes aro rood to their taste and aro caught with great skill Stmweeds aro used to thicken soups gravies and puddings and art highly prized be cause they give the relishing flavor of salt which Is a luxury to most Chinese peasants The Nerve of Him Junior ClerkYoung Jenkins our beggarremguarItuphisJenkins merely said What a beautl ful watch sir I wish I bad ono like tShort Stories I For Rent Two nice now cottages with ProspectStrootat tho Borea Bank and Trust Co t 0800808008080080808080o 0 8 i College Items 8o 0 8 8 ioa808080080080808080080 Tho Ariel Mile Quartet composed- of Measre RIgby Ckunble Dick Shoo maker went to Illohmond on 1m Wed nosday to sing for the toast option roily at tho opera house Dean J W Dlnsmore was la Rich mend Sunday and spike it the opera house both afternoon end night In oormoctloa with the toast option tight Prof Marsh returned from Chicago Saturday noon where lie ban been at tending the National Education As sociation meriting Professor RUne returned from New York Monday noon Piof Lewis gave a Moraoptlcon lecture on physiology In the Unaptl last Monday night Prof Dodge give the Monday lecture In Upper Chap Monday morn ing on Unity of Purpose Tho work of the girls gymnasium class which had been omlUod on no count of the revival mtrdngs for two weeks wss resumed Monday night under the direction of Mrs Oowley Miss Brown spent from Friday 40 1VnyneevlllenA S Godby of BrbourvllU Ky writes that he Is planning to be in Brcm next tall to finish the classical course VIIIsBeroa again next fall tor school work Ho says I certainly oleo Bsraxs ways out hare and btv nude up my mind to come back again Thore 18 a voice cuntlmtilly speaking to me bid ding me go to school and finish my college course Of oourar I am cant nestletland the odvanntacee pores offers to young m nn Mr DIznoy US enlist home Thurs day night by the lllnwe orhl4tJKher1 111ret11rnMiles Coddington was out ot school Monday on acoount of the fiineml of her aunt Mrs Blazer Mr DIznoy lost a valuable oow one day last weak It ant caught In ft dltoh which the Oalltn we Moving dug In a field on Richmond pike Pnof Dodge returned Biturdrvy night from his trip In JlMlt of the G A R and Bureau of Foreign Travel DEW G BEST DENTIST acart rilONK 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE SttrerPltte thtWert THiS TRIPLE PLATED KNIFE II tamped AZggA I I t IIldoing away with all sharp corners cn that part bay ingthehardestwear This 1847 ROGERS BROS patented Improvement Insures much longer wear on plain or fancy knives than the other makes should they be plated equally as heavy I everywhereIbt International Silver Co Utrldin Conn Dont Be a Rainbow Chaser How did you get your bag of gold my friend To me your wealth Is truly quite surprising I did not chase It at the rainbows end No sirit came through constant ADVERTISING vaporUnlassti l t 1 t I- JJ Lt Y rri+ +od oot o Fod o+od o Fod od ood od o+o+o o+o+od o Fod oto ododo- o t 3 Real Estate Reasons 31t+ ARE THREE REASONS WHY x l fYOU SHOULD CAL L ONTHE BEREA i ciREAL t f o to + u i THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE I tDeing backed by n Capital of Fifty Thousand Dollars 1o they aro responsible for what they toll you They will tu give you absolutely the best and most rollnblo 010 that can be obtained in regard to Real Estate values iu Bereao and Madison County and will always see that you get a o square deal a o of t THEY ARE EXPERIENCEDbThey aro the oldest and most experienced Real Estate 1 people in this county By actual experience they know 1 2more about tho valuo of property in nu nbolit Boron than i any one else you could consult y 9 1 THEY HAVE WHAT YOU WANT t t They have for sale a largo 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7nrl aubtrrlptkinncanrecteteTheCttiien free lorhimnelf for one ar Advertising rate on application raaaa Or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Plttsburg wishes 1U millionaires would commit their atrocities at home Somo of the physicians think the clergymen should practice only what they preach An Evanston constable seized a hive ot bees while executing an attachment writ Stung That fallen earthquake preulcte should Invite the ground hog to hIs consolation party u anybody who wants to hand thel writer of these paragraphs a lemon will only make it a dozen It will bo all right J Henry James says American wom en cannot talk Henry has never seen I two of the dears In tho act of telling each other goodby The mummy of Queen isle who lived before tho time of Moses has been found Wonder who recognized ExpressfThe latest statistics as to the com paratlve effect of Juvenile occupations J on tho youth of tho land show the I newsboys to bo the healthiest boy workers And they seldom suffer from lung complaints Which Is the less attractive color olive drab or olive green Tho an- swerI to that question will determine the color of the new army uniform l Anything not to catch the eye of the r enemy Is tho Idea Hiram X Lathrop of Boston the new treasurer of the United Society of Christian Endeavor is best known as the successful manager of per Saps the largest excursion parties which the world has ever seen Leopold the king of Belgians Is avUtl the richest monarch In Europe after the czar With his extensIve business interests In the Congo it Is estimated that Leopold tho rubber king receives at least 5000000 an wally I Prof Scdwlck of the InsUJnfo ot echnology Boston is at the hfid of I s movement for the ostabHsHJnjprli his city of a zoological SQ1 clalniI ring Boston is practically thQ irilj Iargo city in the world which ng zoo r Emperur William has given permls t than to the crowii prince to use a Tiprri with a dSuble note when motor lag This like the Italsersr own raptor f1t re will enable the public Id read 1jJlrecjgnIze automobile- the approach of a royal Women in China have the privilegei of righting in the wars In the re I lielllon of 1850 women did as muchi lighting as men At Nankin in 1853 1 I About 500000 women from various parts of the country were formed Into brigades of 13000 each under femalef officers Of these soldiers 10000 wore U picked women drilled and garrisoned In the cityR Mr Rockefellers gift to education is a magnificent one He may get I little evidence of appreciation from the present generation which seems to delight in denouncing both the good and bad deeds of rich men but says the Kansas City Journal his name will be honored In history as that of one of the worlds great benefactors The man who declares that the Wright brothers have solved tho problem of aerial navigation and predict that the flying machine will be ac cepted publicly before the end of this year says that he knows of no other sport which is so calculated to tuneI up the nerves fit men to make prompt decisions and teach them confidence As to the latter quality It may occur to the ordinary man that considerable confidence is requisite for a man to take up the pastime A Now York woman angered by a court decision against her swept out of the room highly Indignant but re turned In a few moments hurried up presentedtoand Juicy lemon Tho recorder however r was wise In his day and genera tion Instead of fining the woman for r contempt of court ho accepted the lemon she offered him with a pleasant smile remarking that good lemons east a good deal of money nowadays I h J Hialicmt lias fratitral Sfofitt Sui Nnt as Afti1 ip By HENRY HELM CLAYTON of slue 11111 Observatory i jTIE spherical Iwlloou is to tho navigator of the air what tho raft was to navigation of the water It is the first crude beginning of time art CoulJ balloons IM pushed along by poles or even driven slowly by motors of nay kind there is hardly n doubt but this slow steady progress in navigating the nir would have followed tho invention of the balloon and great aerial ships would now traverse tho nir from city to city But unfortunately the moment n balloon is in tho air it is ordinarily tho sport of fierce aerial currents which sweep it along entirely beyond the control of man This circumstance hns made progress dangerous and difficult yet progress hRS been made and numerous devices have been invented which have node tho management of the balloon easier and safer The inven tion of the elongated balloon and tho adaptation of modern light motors for driving it through time air have made it possible in light winds to mako short voyages to points chosen in advance nnd to return But such baboons can barely stem the ordinary currents prevailing a few hundred rods above the earth and in currents somewhat stronger are as much the Sport of the winds as are the spherical balloons The wellknown engineer Octavo Chnnute who has given this ques tion much study says that it is improbable that tho balloon eon ever be driven with n speed exceeding 10 miles an hour without bursting Mr Santos 1unlont who has probably hail n wider personal experiencs in driving elongated balloons than anyone else says that in practice when tie balloon is in motion the gas is forced back to the rear end of the balloon andtthe pressure becomes so great thnt speeds of 20to 30 miles can not bn exceeded without danger of bursting tho strongest material of which balloons cull now lx made Such facts render it improvable that the balloon will ever grcitly exceed its present development and students of tho subject look forward to the evolution of the lying machine without gas for time future navigation of the air But this is not denying a practical future for the balloon The spherical balloon is now frequently used for voyages of pleasure and recreation and itd usefulness will no doubt steadily increase for this purpose ns devices for handling it nro improved The balloon has nlso proved a most useful method of exploring the air up to heights exceeding 10 miles by means of light recording instruments nttnched to unmanned balloons This method of research has been very widely used in Europe nnd has recently been introduced into America by Mr A Lawrence notch with grout success They have also been used by Mr Ilergesell for obtaining tho temperature at grunt heights above the Atlantic ocean In the latter case time balloon is followed by n simmer and recoveredwhen it falls Other practical uses for tho balloon are foreshadowed Hence I believe that the balloon has a practical future but not as nn airship except in sport Amazing iir11r- sof Thuttr1 tatr5 By L G POWERS Chief Statistician Bureau of Ceniui I JL7 IiLVsrious wyr luring the ra Wftw pears the pViva well as our smte men economists and business matt have been calling Attention to the mamIons raourcea of this nation and the wonderful of the same in time last halt6nlury Nothing however has been written spoken which sets forth that magnitude and growth more graphically than the estimates of national wealth recently published by the United States bureau of the censw Those estimates were for tho roars JOOO and 1001 For tho former year theyassign to continental United States which is the United States exclusive of Alaska Hawaii Porto Rico antI the Philippine a valuation of 88517300775 for 1104 the estimate was 107101211017 The magnitude of this wealth may be measured by comparing with tlmt of a number of other countries For such comparisons tho figures for 1900 must be employed since the latest estimates of European national wcaltli these of Mulhall arc for 1896 In that year the wealth of Great Britnin was estimated 57 455899000 nnd of Russia 81207202000 Time total for tho two was 88721161500 which is practically identical with the estimate for tho United States in 1900 All known facts toll of greater wealth accumulated in the United States since the years mentioned than in the countries namedHence it is safe to assume thnt the wealth of the United States differs but little front tHat of Great Britain and linssia combined and is slightly in excess In like manner the property of tho United States at the pros cut time is doubtless slightly in excess of tho combined wealth of time rich est nations of Continental Kuropo Frnnco with an estimated valuation in 1896 of 471 oGnsSOOO and Germany with 39185038000 a total of 80341443000 Every time the sun makes its daily course it finds this nation 10000 000 richer when its last rays linger at the golden gales of California than when they lighted up the granite hills of Maine I mIlt tinll11rnti1rm An Antle Jtw By BISHOP SAMUEL FALLOWS I public as development or it as as The boy problem is tho ever pressing problem of society Between the ages of 12 and 18 years tho average boy is a very un certain quantity It is a jxjrilous period T h e homo is preeminently the place where not only tho beginning but the shap ings of life are to Ix determined For every hour the average American boy is under school influence he is 11 hours under home influence C ear ly then the homo should afford the best possible surroundings for time hey Father and mother should he unlined in his training and never heat cross purposes lone for him should be an early paradise the most attractive spot on earth Infinite patience conjoined with firmness should enter into the development of his character Plenty of play should bo welcomed love for God should ever be taught and exemplified Dis obedient children as a rule are tho consequence of disobedient parents Be true then yourselves to the laws of life of home of education and you may rest assured it will be will with the boy 1 J RIPPERS ARE BUSY PERSISTENT EFFORTS TO SECURE TARIFF REVISION Massachusetts Congressmen Trying to Secure Cooperation of Western Republicans to Force Changes at Extra Session The foot that the efforts of tho rr vlslonlsts in congress are from titan to tlmo renewed in an active way toward the securing If poeelblt ot nn expression of limo Republican majority In caucus favorable to a special seselon of congroM In tho coming spring to ro vise tho tariff lends to tho whole sub- Ject an Importance which cannot ho overestimated by the friends ot the protective system Mawnchutott members have reached out to the Ito publican representatives of tho Vest and Northwest with a reqnout for a uniting of forces to secure melt cau cusTho requisite number of signers for the party caucus CO hOI nut been so cured Careful and conservative call mates by men In position to know die credit tho Idea that tho movers in tho enterprise can possibly bo euecossfu nut it Is never a wleo plan to belittle efforts of those who ore constantly sit work even In a mistaken cause espe dally when they have such a short dls tanco to go to obtain that for which they aro working The fact must not be lost sight ot that the element In the Republican ma Jority In the houso of representative that Is striving to secure consent of tho administration and of tho Ropubll an majority to a revision of the tariff schedules are constantly busy whllo there is a spirit of Indifference among the loyal friends of tho protective ays tOOlan Indifference born of tho idea that time opposition cannot possibly win in the game thoy are playing Every point gained in a oratoat of Uilt kind as can easily be shown counts In a substantial way In the direction of undermining the established ixtltey of the Republican party and of the teun try Tho meaning of this Urlffl stated Is this Every name added to the petition for a caucus of the Hoimbllean major Ity In the house on the tariff ijuaMloi toads to encourage additional names Fifty Is a small number to ob- taIn among SW momburt many ot whom count too lightly tho dangen which beset tampering with no great and Important a problem Tho VOlT calling qt a raucu ni matter If Its final decision should hr adverse to the ptan of tea rvUloUi might and lotmlbly would be McepKi by President Hooaevelt as wwourftge mont of the idea of having a special session to revise tho tariff law lit has at no time evinced suck sturdy opposition to reTlstoB M to eneournR the idea that he would hesitate lotus to move In that direction If to toad material onooumgomont In QOMgrea or In the country i Discussion of tho subject of tariff revision encouraged as It it by UN representatives of two or three Itvpub lloan stato might bo nelMd upon by those who are Uoalrtons of the slight eat possible excuse for nuking a raid upon tho revenue laws In the hope noi only of securing revision bat of es tabllshlng some scheme ef reciprocity or dual tariffs which shall trade- off protection for foreign trado to fa vored industrioa In this country Frankness compote the statement that tho efforts of those HepubKcaai In tho house to secure a party cauotu have not met with material encourage ment up to this tlmo Most of the rep resentatlvos oven from states whore there Is n more or losa nunivroan olo ment of the party favorable to Imine dlate revision and downward are in dined to defer action at this time They argue that a majority of tin party in the lioiuo is opposod to a ape ctal session and would vote down a suggestion Jor such scMlon If made In a caucus But with the number necessary to bo obtained as signers to a call for a party caucus so small the possibility of success is over an encouragement to renewed efforts on the part of tho aggressive and tireless ro Tlslonlsts It should also be an en couragement to counter activity on the part of the real friends of protection those who bellove that condition IB the country nro such as to warrant their continuance Only by constant vlgllanco can tho protectionists In congress prevent tho carrying out of the policy that Lana support among a hand till only of the Republicans but the active encouragement ot every free trader in and out of congress in the entire country Tho Issue Is too Important to be neglected for a moment by tho friends of protection In every state of the Union Labor and Tariff Samuel Gompors president of tho American Federation of Labor recent ly expressed himself as boinr proud of what had been accomplished for the laboring men of the ITnltid States In recent years It Is perhaps true as claimed by Sir Compors that labor Organizations have had something to do with tho Hltuatalon In which as an American citizen ho expresses pride but he is of course awaro of the fact that labor Is far more thoroughly or ganized in England than In tho United Stales yet present conditions in the former country would cause no sort of pride If Mr Gompers lives long enough to aee tho repeal of the present tariff law of tho United States and In Its place the adoption of some tariff reform compromise he will have an opportunity to revise his labor review recital and to learn anew a lesson which ho seems to have jalmost tar- gotttenIlancotik Vlch Journal FOREIGN EXPORTER PAYS TAX Why He Is So Violently Opposed to American Tariff Duties Wo find in tho faro trade Philadel phla Record tho following queer and solfcontradlctlug presentment of a fa miliar question Much of tho talk of tho effects of maximum and minimum duties gnus upon tho assuredly falso assumption that times duties urn paid by the ox porters and not by the purple who Impose them When people want tor eign articles of necessity or luxuries very badly they will Import thorn whether the duties bo higher or lower unless wholly prohibitory Tho former notion propagated by tho Protective Tariff league and tho Boston Home Market club that foreigners pay tho Dlngley duties for tho privilege of trading with this country has been wellnight abandoned by sensible poo pIa As a substitute for a comprehen sive revIsion of a barbarous tariff aye tem based on tho interests of tho masses of tho pooplo minimum duties to preferred customers are little better than trlnkgold or tips in tiude Has tho Ilccord never hoattl ot dual tariffs adopted by foreign nations for time avowed purpose of compelling tho United States to lower its own tariff rates If tho foreign exporter pays no part of tho duties why Is ho BO des perately determined even to tho point of threatening to exclude our own ox ports upon breaking down those duo ties According to the Records phil oiiophy all these throats of tariff war faro unless wo reduce our duties cam note from exporters who foolishly Ima glue that their protlta would bo higher If the American duties wore lower Wo strongly suspect that here Is an other case whore academic theory knocks Its brains out against tho steno wall of solid facts HOT FOR REFORM Hell Is paved with good intentions Johnson Labor Shares In Prosperity American wage earners are enjoy Ins a large share of the general pros purity of the country This fact If shown by an armlynta of tho reeontly pvMtehed repurt of Uw Called States bureau of labor on wages hears of labor and prices of food The flgMTM show that the average wage earner U working shorts hours thaa over before that he Is receiving more pay for the short hour wok than ho for merly received for tho long hoar week unit that the Increase In his average wage hoe been so great that its purchasing power has risen not withstanding tho Inemuo In prices ot ninny commodities Finally It shows that there has lien an enormous increase In the number ol persons em ploy eL A Matter of Preparation Promotion of a double standard tar lit agitation at this Juncture In to be Interpreted as largely diplomatic Tho real point Is to emphasize the possibility of retaliation for excessive foreign discrimination In tho guise of tariff arrangements against our trade and industry Aside from threatened dangers tram Germany other condi tions make It certain that retaliatory powers In some form will bo a conspicuous subject for legislation when tariff revision Is seriously taken up and tho result ot tho present controversy with Germany will likely have much to do In determining our action Omaha lieu- General Increase of Wages Wngo Increases are coming so thick and fast that It Is almost impossible to keep track ot thorn Increased payrolls are the order of tho day on nearly all tho railroads and in prac lastly till branches of industrial production HuslucHB Justifies it A con dltion of unexampled prosperity compels it Everybody Is counting uponfU con tinuation of this state of things nut how would it bo It Immediate tariff revision had been recommended by tho president and ordered by con gress In that case wages would have to bo lowered not Increased Hill Seeks Own Benefit It may bo that frees trade with Cana dafor that is practically what Mr James J 11111 would have under the guise of reciprocity would benefit the great railway system ot which ho Is tho head It does not matter to hIm which way the 200000000 trade of the Dominion is hauled But to the people of this country there IB a vast difference between selling to Canada and buying from that country Mag nato Hills free trade dream will not bo realized while time Republican party continues at the helmSan Diego Union Isnt Mr Hill asking the American people to make his Canadian itrvfeat nienta profitable by making sacrifices fti his behalf DEER KILLS Doctor Declares It le More to Be Feared Than Any Other Liquor Dr S II IIHC8M a practitioner III years tS in Toledo says 1 think beer kill quicker than tiny other liquor My attention was that called to its Insidious effects when I b gam examining for life Insurance I passes an unusually good risks five Genesis young business men who wened In tho best health and to havo superb constitutions In a tow yours 1 WM amused to see the whole five dwelt done after another with what oflKfat ttv have been null and vasJly CuraWe Ills eosos Ou comparing my oxpertMit ttth that of othnr pbymlclnns I tootul Uey were nil having similar disk with confirmed boor ilrlHkera and my pine taco since 1ms hoapwl eonfirtnaUon on eonhrraatlon rho first organ to be attacked u tN kidneys tho liver soon tympftthlw and then comes most froquMtly dropsy or llrlghfs disease both Mr thin to end fatally Any pkysiclao who carOl to take the time will tell you that among the dreadful nulls of beer drinking are lockjaw aid lIfT slpelas and that the boor dctiUwr seems incapable of recovering fors mild divordart and InyrtM not Wtwity roitardcil ot a grave character filet monla plourta fevera etc Meet tit bsire a first martgntje on Ism willed they foreatoso remoreeleuey at ai early ojijiortHnlty The her drinker to much wars r1t than the whiskey drinker who eca sa- to have nacre etUIMty and reerva power Ho will ever have doUrima Notes hot after the fit Is got tot will om tlHio nr l gixHl tuKtvrUil to work upon Good mananeinOHl Mir bring Mm arooml all rljjh Hal whar a bees drinker gets lain tmabl It oaths almost M If yo haw la re ornate Ute man before you can to Mr tiling fur kill I bare HJkeil this for years and buys had nlNinilMC tf living Cad dead iMUmftm aromd Re to support my optfitaM DRINK AND DEATH What the Great Destroyer Is Deing tar Ruin Mankind Dr Wilton PariWr of New Tart DM of the FrwtUMt phyileklie la the Untied StatM IB his Iwalktelhbr to Dr B W RtalMinlMN Tea Liehas on AJoeM says MdUets stew that tm per ossl of tko annual a- Iter ow ot death to this eumtr are tmf to MlroHOI that Mltjr 38 user east tO- IIr loses are so either dlroetty or Indirectly from I I use Md l Mt frota 71 to te pw enc of iMHaten if Mir ptnal and pntfwr nwtttKtt M owe their rundlUoft to Ito IntKonM Ho sides this we find that 4i per coat of the inmates of OMT asyroMM wr s are the oCtqirlac of poroHta Ml ed ot drink The annual death rata alrawt ml vonally aoooptod by otnttaUotoM fwd Insurance oowpenlos In M 1tlC ISM BsUtaatlBK the lmnif ape United States at TflSNMOQ the pM 4 h number of dtytbs each year on the basis of 20 to 1000 Is 1110000 oad ten per cent of those doiUliii te IU Oowhich according to the Jmljpaont of Dr Wlllanl Iarkor to the nasnbrr ot deaths caused each year te our country by tho liquor trfOe Alcoholism and Consumption In a recent addiOM boflero tile American Intoniatlonnt oongrwt on tuborouloela Dr T D Crathm of Hartford Conn tho hood of an In stltutlon In that city for the treats mont of Inebriates teak OCOMNJMI to e point out the close coHnoctlen that r existed between alcoholism and tuber culo lB says tho Philadelphia Press The principal point prevented by Dr Craters In his addrcs Is that nice hot weakens the blood vetaoU of the respiratory vessels and invitee consumption that tho roll at ootummp tire roooireo minimally vsgt allUUon from the ranks of moderate Urlaoi A reduction of our national iMnklnR capacity therefore means n ruduotlon in IM number of victim of the gruit whl to plague Liquor Tax Rates The average rate of lloaoeo taxation In lilt towns of tho United State bar Ins a population oxpsedlnR J90QO Ia Ulfi na agaliiflt an average oC 1171 charRPd to similar towns In Great Britain It Uo oomparlgon be mach with particular ulntos or oortnln neos raphlcal divisions tho difforvntfi Is oveu moro pronounced Tho average llcengi duty In 21 Now Bnglond oltlus says Tho InOepondeut Is ton times tho average rate In similar cities In tho United Kingdom Naturally the revenue thus received is much greater in this country tuna In Groat BritaIn In the 1GI British towns having a pop ulation of 30000 and upward tho proceeds from this oourco are apriroxl matoly 4080000 whereas In tho 122 American towns of tho same size It Ik 38975000 or mote than nine times as much Mains Prospers Maine under prohibition Is a r 1 prosperous slate It has what no other state has and that Is more savings bank depositors than voters It has 100000 more depositors anti lifjilnthemmany people ITSTATE NEWS HAPPENINGS BANK RESPONSIBLE If It Does Not Verily Alleged Sign tures or Depositors Ixniurvlllo ICyA point of Interest I lunhtnc people generally was ilecld Yd vthm Judge ODoliorty granted n IK w trial In the ease of the ostato of Atmn AVco Edlon against the Third Na t anal bank of Louisville A ton of Mrs Kdlon deposited TOO UhiBglne to her und with It a signa lure purporting to be hnrs to bo used In rainparlion for checking purposes nil money was accepted by the bank und wan drawn out at Intervals until it alt WON drawn Thou It was that Mrs IWlon went to the bank disclaimed having writ ten any chocks ngalust hur deposit enltlreli son died In the mean timr and the bank refused to reim burro her Site died later but tho es tats sued to recover and tho Jury at tie first trial found for the defendant Jtxigo ODoherty overrulod the Jurys finrtlnc saying that tho bank had ao rotttl the account without verifying time signature and that tho jilalntlff wks entitled to recover OMINOUS WARNING To the Corporation That Claims Vast Coal Lands In Kentucky orgeMt lyThe etalms of the cettlOmllItof eeal lands In Letcher Knott Pike And Fleyd counties under the name of tho Ohl Virginia land grants taut taken a new twin and the dates for a hearing at saeh of the oomilr isais are ns follow HlHdman Knoll coouly Mon day MRtuk 18 1restOHbnrfi Fiord county MotMter March 26 WhitI fours county nt the April term of the circuit court HM at PRtetIIIe IHkr county at the May twin Ths Iikvillo llaln Ieskr says TIN at t 11118 pmjxxo to jrfxrt UM lr tltlw iu the vast acrMK iMtt tky Aanl pay viiiu thor will tMply ta mats tkelr io den Uwr that will Ie neeeMdry to make a survey of the property In guMiUn1Yan J UupMaa a moutttnln attar fi hoe reused from UM eawing to thr aU st vMeMCs TO THE PROSECUTION Only Judge Robbins Is Acceptable Says Powers Anent Hit Trial Cfonptttwn ICAro yoji mllUI rM rlHo J at OlO fact tlMt Judge RU- l m ins neeept4 the appodumsnt to 4 r goer rasur WM ked of Caleb IV trMJr I had tlNMgkt that Judge ll i MiM or anrow+ oov HeektMM Mould name would lave ftv n me anything Hktt n fair trial we would not barn aontmded so slntiiuowMy thnt Judge fitcwt ahe M try the ruse otpo tally in view of Ute fact that Judge grout himself tad been an attoniey for the prosecution In the Ho ruril case And had M H4od the prosecution n wldotliiK tho Jury In my last trlflt and on top of that a Goebel park nan Tho fast toot tho prasoeutton would not aurow to anybody but Judge Itnl iilno shows that he U entanntly II I- jrfaftWr to time prutoeutlon rowers added FURTHER EFFORTS To Revive Kentuckys Chautauqua Likely To Be Abandoned Lexington Ky Thomns Johnson eeretary of the general committee con math g of 10 prominent men and women of this city appointed at a inks meeting hero to revive the Kentucky Chautnuqna announced that ho would inaKp no further effort In that dlrec lion It Is likely that the movement will tHsabandoncd v Fifty Shots Fired AVhltosburR Ky Telophono mos sagas from Clarks Fork Knott coun ty give tlatnlls of another fond battle between mombors ot the StoneClixrlt factions Fifty shots wero tired at Uie Roheof Mlclieel Stone where the Qlarka carne In contact with the oppos lag faction Michael Stone rncelvod alto lIt shot and was fatally wound i Ml lllchiml Stone his son was killed John Clark the alleged leader of the Clark faction was desperately wound ed and may not recover Beat a Mall Man Mt Stcrllnc ICrThos Petit of PoWell county was arrested by United States Marshal Jackson charged with obstructing tho United State+ mall and attempted l robbery 1t11I alleged that Petit attacked Henry Stevens the mall tavrler and heat him brutally 1otU woe brought before Commissioner Wood In this city and his trial contin tied until March 9 He was released I on bond Kentucky Boy Promoted Shelbyvllle Kyr 11 Webber for mcrly W this place who has been In Old Mexico In tho employ of the Mo rein II Tncniubara railroad IM been chief engineer In charge of con Islructipn ns a result of tho reslifna lion of 0 V NVntklns Clerks Days End Mt Stnrllmr KyJohn C Thump ion ono of the bwtltnown dry goods hence In EAitorn Kentucky died at ils homo here after a lingering Illness Ho wni64 euJI old and was born and cared Jn this citr 0- Lj SOLUTION OF RACE PROCLCM Will Be Aided By Womans Suffrage Success Asserts Miss Clay Lexington KyWomans BufrraeI will help to solve the race tho south declare Miss Laura Clay of Richmond Ky president of time Ken lucky Equal Rights society and an au ditor of the National Womans 8uf frngo astocUtlon who In back from Oklahoma where bo has been labor ing tn the Interest of tho cause Although defeated tcmporui she said woman suffrage would finally triumph In the new state She bellevos one ot the goat political parties will be com pelled through the need of votes to help womans cause and the women will In return loud their support to that party At a recent mooting of the Southern Womens Rights oelely at Memphis Miss Clay says It was brought out by the census of 1900 that there were GOO 000 more white women and men than negro women and won In the south and that If the white women in the south were given an opportunity to vote the question of the race problem would bo rattled through tho ballot KENTUCKY WOMAN Twice Elected Superintendent of School Dies In Colorado Lancaster KrA telegram to Lew- Is U Walker from Colorado Sprints announces the death there of his wlfo Mrs Ullttt U Walker of pneumonia Mrs Walker had beon In Colorado for i nearly throe yearn owing to 111 health i Mrs Walker was one of the best known women In Central Kentucky JI or boys of this county Site twice waIt- lleoetUli wiperlutendunt of common rehears In this count TWENTYr ONE For Nathan B Tudor a Kentuckian Who Killed His Brother RlahmMd KyIIIe Jury In the ewe of Nathan II Tudor charged with the murder of his brother lut 8i towbor retnrawl a diet of guilty with a ntoneo of 11 years The once will bo appoatad Tudor deelaretl Umt his wife had teen grossly Inmiltoil hy his brother Immediately after the killing citizens sought to lynch Tudor but ho nUll the country later being captured by the antiwrMles TIDES Have Cleared the North Fork of the Kentucky of Logs Jackson KyFm the first time In M years tkn North Fork of the Kentucky river III practloolly clear of saw logs The i roswit tldu and the halt dozen or moro that have preceded It this winter hare swept all logs In the main river down to market Those left ars In the well creeks Timber hat been selling nt a good prig lie eootty a nUiRlo raft sold for 11000 ATTEMPTED WRECKING or a Passenger Train Is Charged To a Boy Lexington JlIul Colson was arrested on the charge that he at tempted to wreck a U t N passenger train at Murblo creek bridge The lad Htatcdwhcu arrested that George HUM a halfwitted 19yearold boy was re itponolble for the attempted wreck An examination ot the rails showed that splkoi had been driven between their Joints Rules For Grandson Frankfort KrTime court of appeals afllrmcd tho Kenton circuit court In the ease of Barbara Wirth vs Louis Wlrths guardian and holds that Our bara AVirth does not become the owner fur life of tho whole estate left by her husband at tho death of her son nnd that tho grandson Louts WINK Is sub stunted to all hla fathers Utlo to the property Given a Prison Sentence IlustQllvlllo KThe Jury In the raise of John Sacra who with two oth ers since hanged criminally assaulted Mary Gladder In May 1905 brought In a verdict of 20 years Imprlsonemcnt The Jury Is being severely criticised by citizens of Logan county for what they term the leniency shown toward the ringleader of tho Sold To aslaultIMt Starling Carroll Hamilton sold to tho American Tobacco Co 275000 pounds tobacco at an average price Of lie The crop x 111 bring a total of about 28000 and Is the largest single sale made lJ this section In years The crop was raised at the Hamilton farm on Flat creetIDies at Moroanfleld Unlontown KyNed Sale cessful business non at Morgunflold la dead He was thirtytwo years of ago and Is survived by his mother Mrs Sarah Sale and has two sisters and four brothers living In Morgan Weld I Death of Mrs Caldwell Lexington KMrs D C Caldwell I widow of D C Caldwell former owner of the Ittlngton Transcript died at St Josephs hospital after a logg Illness The funeral services were held I at St Pauls Catholic church THIRTY INJURED IN DO WRECK AFTER RUNNING 200 FEET ALONG TIES WAS DITCHED Engineer Killed Fireman Baggage master Messenger Conductor and Six Passengers Injured ConnelUvlllc Pa March1rBa111 morn R Ohio Train No 49 wostbound running 40 miles an hour was wrecked near Indian creole sovon miles e1st of hore Tito enUre train consisting of a com blnatlon smoking and baggage car two day conches and tho private car of Robert J Flnncy superintendent of the PlUsbure division of tho OalUmora 8 Ohio railroad left the rails and after running for 200 feet along the ties was thrown Into a ditch at the foot of tho mountain whore tho wreck ago was completely burned Tho engineer won killed the fireman fatally Injured and baggage master express messenger conductor and six passengers wore seriously injured About 30 passengers were moro or less cut and bruised The dead Wylle Irwin Pittsburg engineer caught under wrecked engine and burned to death before Die eyes of tho passengers who wore powerless to liberate him- Fortunately the train loft the rails to the left and wae ditched at tho foot of the mountain To the right was a CO foot embankment and water Most Remarkable Accident on Record- It was one of tho most remarkable accident on record In BO far as only one portion was killed It Is said to bo even moro marvelous than tho wreck of tho Pennsylvania special on thr Pennsylvania railroad last Saturday morning Fatally Injured T D Frederick Plttsbur fireman 13 O Hull Oar rettavlllv 04 Mrs J W Tissue Mor- gantown W laThere wore 11 paanongors on tho train Including n party of Baltimore ft Ohio railroad officials who were on a tour of Inspection Tho passengers wero tossed nail thrown about like packages Scream hug and fighting desperately they managed to brook tho windows of tho cars and Rtn places of safety Just as all the corn bocamo Ignited from tho ongtao and coinnieneod to burn fiercelyWithin a few momenta all had sot out Willie they stood about In a dazed condition hardly realizing their miraculous escape thoy were attracted by the cries of Engineer IrwIn Sever nl of the passengers accompanied by superintendent and other oOlclals ran to tt19 engineers rescue Their efforts t were accelerated by Irwins pathetic Reading but without success Relief trains were dispatched from tills city and the Injured brought to the hospitals them Talking regarding the cause of UfO wreck Superintendent Flney said The wreck was caused by some part of the engine mechanism becom lag loosened and dropping to the track throwing the train from tho rails It I woMld bo hard to provo this now as everything is broken or burned I HAS NARROW ESCAPE FROM MOB I Surrenders To Deputy Sheriff and Is I Driven To Place of Safety Bloomington III March 1 Thomas Baldwin u rich farmer and former morchant of Ctrifax shot and killed Charles Kennedy and wife and Mrs Blm Rlsman and daughter Cora Baldwin was arrested Baldwin who is GS years old and a widower Is under bond charged with attacking Cora Elsmuu who was but 14 yearse old I Mo had settled with tho girls father for a sum of money but was subso cjnently arrested and blamed tho Ken nedys and Mrs GIsman for tho prose outIon Baldwin narrowly escaped lynching nt tho hands of angry farmers Ho surrendered to a deputy sheriff at Arrowsmith and was driven hurriedly- to I brook and brought by train to llloonilngton IEXPLOSION KILLS FOUR Preacher Father Wife and Baby Blown Up By Dynamite Cairo 111 March 1Dy an agile sion of dynamite tho Itov J W Tutue his father his wlfo and baby were killed and two children of the family wero fatally Injured I Mr Tuttle who was a Baptist min later had tho dynamite In his house oxpcctluK to use tho explosive It blowing up slumps How tho dynamite hapencd to IXI plodo la not known All who could toll anything about It wore killed The residence was totally destroyed Will Not Amalgamate New York March 1rauII Balling ton Booth wife of Gen Balllngton rjpoUi chief of the volunteers ol America In the course of an address declared that the organization would Lever amalgamate with the Salvation army Boiler Burst Chicago March 1By the explosion of a boiler of a locomotive on tin Michigan Central railroad Flromot August Kreff was Instantly killed and a switchman named Swlnnfrock wat I fatally hurt Engineer Borncska was seriously hurt but will recover Fear a General War Panama March 1From ttdvlcci received hero the Indications are that there will bo a Inoral conflict unlessjtheStates and Mexico proyea effective ON THE FIRST VOTE THOSE OPPOSED TO MEASURE STRONG ENOUGH TO WIN FINAL RESULT GIVES II MAJORITY Vote On the Llttauer Substitute Was Defeated On the First Vote By 154 to 161 Washington March 2lt has been years since the house was the scene of so roynl a battle three hours of the fiercest contestbetween the two groat parties as It witnessed here Fri day over tho ship subsidy bill Tho bill jvaa passed but not until after It lied been once defeated and this fact In Itself shows how close the alignment was When tho first voto disclosed a ma jorlty against tho measure tho demo crate and their republican allies made tho house ring with their cheers There worn several roll calls before tho final favorable result was secured The vole on the Llttauer substltu wits defeated on the first vote ayes 154 nays 101 Tho democrats could not retain their load however for on a vote to lay on tho tablo a motion to reconsider tho opponents of the ship subsidy wero defeated ICC to 1C9 nail the vote to reconsider the first vote was adopt ed 101 to 15- 4Desertions Began On Final Vote Then there woro other votes but Immediately after tho first ballot de sertions began and on the final vote to pass the bill as amended tho work done by the republicans during the height of tho battle was made mani lost Fiftytwo republicans voted with the democrats on time first roll all On motion of Mr Williams to lay the motion to reconsider on the table CO republicans voted with the dome crate on the vote to adopt tho sub stitute there were 43 Insurgents and on Its final passage 41 Four steamship lines arc to be sub Edited under the measure and all of these are to sail for South American ports One Is to bo from the Atlantic coast to llraill a second from the Atlantic roast to Argentine a third between tho Gulf of Mexico and Brazil and the fourth from the Pacific coast to ths Isthmus of Panama Peru and Chill The annual subsidy fpr each line s- to be 1300000 for a monthly mall ser vice or 000000 for a fortnightly ser vice excepting tho Argentine line which Is to have 400000 for a month Iy service or 500000 for a fortnightly serviceNo American cities are named as ports from which any of tho lines are 1o Mart and the bill Is so worded that the line In Uio Pacific to South Amer ica can touch at any number of ports In the United States SHIP STRANDED ON REEF One Hundred Passengers On Board Coast Liner Believed to be Doomed Kurcka Cal March 2Tlhe steamer Corona wont ashore on tho rocks on llumboldt with over one hundred persons aboard and the waves broko high over the snips bows She Is breaking up The steamer Roanoke bound for San Fraclsco put a lino aboard the Corona The Coronas bow Is submerged while her aftcrpart was crowded with passengers Ten mon In a lifeboat started for the wreck from the life- saVing station here A man who has returned from tho wreck says the steamer Corona Is straddling tho north Jetty nnd will go to nieces One sailor was drowned white trying to land on an oar It Is believed that another llfo was lost but this Is not certain San Francisco March 2Tho once of the Pacific Coast Steamship Co re ceived a telephone message from Eu raka stating that four boatloads of parsons were taken oft the steamer Co tuna IFOUR KILLED IN A COLLISION Gov Woodruff Was On Special But Was Not Injured Waterbury Ct March 2Four persons are known to have been kill ed in u collision on tho New York Now haven and Hartford railroad a mile and a half below this city between tho midnight passenger train ant a special train bearing Company F ot the Second regiment Connecticut national guard which had been attend- Ing a banquet In this city as guests of Company A of the sane regiment Tho total number of Injured has not yet been learned Gov Woodruff was on tho special but It is reported that tie was not Injured Rubber Plant Ruined Bellevue N J March 2 The liar man Rubber Cos plant hero was destroyed by fire Loss 200000 Blast Killed Four Knoxvllle Tenn March 2Themixing mill at tho Rand Powder Cos plant at Dossett Tenn blow up killing William Hall William Owens Thomas Kennedy and James Kestor son Three men were injured aud two others are missing Nicaraguans Take Honduran Towns Managua Nicaragua March 2 Forces of the Nicaraguan government have captured without resistance the Honduran towns of ConceptioU and Maria ThcyalKO took Corpus Christi after hued fighting tui l 5 1155 Berea College i90f I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places tho BEST EDUCATION In reacli of all Over 50 Instructor 1017 students from 27 states Largest college llbrtry In Kentucky NO SALOONS I A special teacher for each grade and for each sate subject I many classes that each student can bit placed with others like hiauoll- where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter ctltfdtlibraryDrawingSingingwent etc Free text book TRADE COURSES for nay who keys finished fifth grade fine tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm llanageneat Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Uaaagemeut Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE years for those who han largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for aa honorable aad useful life Choloe of Studies is offered la this course BO that a young man may secure a diploma U Agriculture and a young lady ie Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL years to ft for builaew Eves apart of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Snail extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three sad four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science eta fitting for collegehCOLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific tad Classical Boares with use of laboratories scientific apparatus aad all modern moth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear course It for the profession el teaching First year parallel lta grade Model Schools enables oue to get a firstclass certificate Following years wiater and spring terms give the information culture sad training accessary fog 1 a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate J MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be takea aa aa extra la ceaaectioa with ally f course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a maaeyoiakiag institution All the moan icceivcd from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a yeLl more than he pays in This great defiott is made up by the gifts dChristian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea ia that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulation 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 be tick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargeAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing end 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 n week Some who need to earn moro may by writing to the Secretary boforo coming secure extra employment so tt to earn from 50 cents tone dollar a week bookieTaryeto is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles umbrellas and other accessary articles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost The College asks ao rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging onlyenough room t- rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights ana washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extra 186 a week in JfIngiSchool Fees are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but ace tad ii c returnedwhen the student departs Second an Incidental Fet to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersailour instruction it a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Yodel Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses Payment mast be ia advance incidental fee and room rent by the lerm board by tho month Installments are u follows For Winter Term weeksFirst day 1700 besides 1 do I posit 28th day 600 56th day 600 total W If paid all Ja advance 28 For Spring Term 10 weetsFint day 1440 28th day 340 + 56th day 270 total 2250 If paid all in advance 3200 The two terms together paid for in advance at a redaction of 260 making only 4900 Longer Winter Term 16 weeksFiret day 2060 Sth day f600 66tb day 600 84th day 540 total 3800 it paid 1Iln I idvonce 3700- Refunding I I Students excused to leave before end of torn receive back oil they hue advanced on board and room except that no allowI 1chargedis term time There is no refunding of Incidental lee IJ It Pays to Stay When you have made your Journey andare yell started in school it pays to stay is long ss pombleJThe Pint Day of winter term is JIUlUary i For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary f WILL C GAMBLE lBEREA KENTUCKY I That Premium Knife takes the ecsoe tho meQ and boys who fee it The mountain 75centknifeistworth more to the mountain people than allY other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar That brings in subscriptions all the time See Gall premium list on page 7 v I i 4 t = ITHE HOMEIIOdds and Ends Gathering RufflesQuite the most satisfactory method I have foum for gathering ruffles where a certain amount of material is to be brough within a given spate is to loosen the upper tension of the sewing machin and stitch on the wrong sido along the edge to be gathered The shuttle thread can then bo drawn up for the gathering thread The same methoi applying where two or more rows of gathers are to bo run aud for gathur ing skirts etc as well as ruffling I find the work can be don much more rapidly and more evenly than by hand A bit of wisdom When undoing a new pattern I mark each piece with the pattern number Then there is no mistaking to which pattern a certain piece belongs if you are using two or more different patterns at the sane i time or if a piece slips away from the others I also mark pieces as to wha thoy are front back collar ole Marking for ButtonsA quick absolutely accurate way of marking foi buttons is to pin the buttonholed edge in position then with a needleful ol fine thread begin at one end and take a single stitch in every hole carry I I lug the thread to the opposite end Snip the threads half way botweoll each button hole lift oil the cloth and there is a bit of thread where every ibutton should go In the case of hooks and eyes sew the latter to ant I e the edges together flat and mark with thread as for the buttons- Itf is much superior to pins which invaribly catch the thread in sowing pull out and giro other annoyance i ITHE SCHOOL I Schoolfn Part IPractical Directions Securing a SchoolYou may now with confidence apply for a t school Dout ask your uncle or your brotherinlaw or any other relative to secure you one Go whoro the chances are even As a rule it is bettor f i not to begin with the home school You will give yourself fairer chance in a neighborhood where you were not brought up Whore possible it is always best to apply in person Call upon each member of the board state your qualifications modestly and present your teetimonfals Your best recommendation bo yourself Answer questions frankly and ask such as will elicit the information you desire nnd will also leave a good impression It will tell in your favor if you appear to Know your business Be perfectly natural in speech and manner remembering that all affectation but creates disgust- It may be remarked that every one has the right to look well Ones clothing need not be costly but should be neat clean and well fitting There are people who always look well dressed no matter what the qual ity of their clothes it is in the grooming rather than in the quality or stylo A neat hat and polished shoes add much collar and necktie ore also important matters they should adorn without pretension Some have the s ides that if we are going among farmers we can best win their approval by dressing as they do It does not follow unless wo are to engage in I their kind of work Everybody likes to see a teacher well dressed that f is with good plain well kept clothing Overplainness is not commend able and slovenliness is inexcusable Good manners nnd affability are 1Ft + essential If you CAnnot apply in person write a neat business letter asking for tho position stating your fitness enclosing testimonials and giving refer Do not fail to unclose a stamp for reply Your own letter will Jprobably count for or against you more than the testimonials of your F friends A misspelled word or an error in grammar will be likely to frost you the position and it ought to Things to Avoid Never overstep the bounds of professional courtesy by underbidding or disparaging other applicants Even if you know anything I against a competitor it is not your place to give such information It seems too bad to have to caution teachers against bribery but ac J cording to reports from many sources it is not uncommon It appears in various forms such as agreeing to board at a certain place at a certain price or to turn over a portion of the money drawn or some other inducement One teacher told the writer he had secured a school by furnishing a quart 1 of whiskey to the right man Bribery in any and every form is wholly to be condemned No school director is worthy of his place who will accept a bribe and no man J is worthy of the high calling of teacher who will offer one or submit to any dishonest proposal This practice of bribery is n blot upon the profession and upon the fair name of our state Contract with Trustees The trustees have taken a solemn oath to the proper discharge of their duties They are usually as honest and consci I entious as other men but not very deeply impressed with their official 4respooslblUti08 When you sign the contract with them you agree to discharge your duties as a teacher to the best of your knowledge and ability iYouri responsibility lies in carrying out your end of the contract and if you 11 enough and brave enough you can help them to carry out theirs The law requires tho trustees to provide a good comfortable schoolhouse properly equipped This to them frequently means that things 1 may go along about as they have gone in the past In very many cases r the school house is neither comfortable nor well equipped It is the priv and duty of the teacher to point out defects and suggest repairs and 1ilege Before you contract read the law Next vreckn article mile wlint should be done before the opening tiny 1 1 ITHE FART I 1 Fruits What to Grow and Why Iroiu U S Dept of Agriculture rnrnier1 UulUtln No OS StrawberriesInasmuch as tho strawberry is easily grown that it can be grown almost anywhere that there is scarcely any limit to the dis tance it can be shipped by rail and that the seasons are such as to oncour age the growing of the fruit in one climate to supply it in a fresh state to f persons in other climates make it one of the most popular and prof itable market fruits There are localities that ship hundreds of carloads of berries during the season and some of them are greatly increasing their acreage In the I busy season in Missouri ten thousand pickers may be seen at work in one locality and the berries going out by the carload Texas Florida Mississippi and other states south begin lathe winter to ship berries north aud as the same season advances the growers farther north begin to supply the demand and as the sun advances toward the f 1nortbthe berries ripen until in tho summer time the Northland comes up its crop of this delicious fruit Strawberries grow even as far away to the north as Alaska With the many good varieties any given locality can be supplied with this splendid fruit has been said of the strawberries can bo said to a less extent of JWhat currents gooseberries blackberries and other small fruits day will come when all our south will grow bamboo i Travelers in the East and especially Japan are impressed with the impor tance or Bamboo It isused for almostevery thing and is profitably used too It can be grown so easily and in such profusion that when we begin to study economy as we must sometime we will raise bamboo in all localities where it will grow It thrives wonderfully well as far north as central Japan aro led to believe that it will thrive in Southern Stator as far north aa Tonnes see It grows to considerable size even as far north as the latitude of South ern Iowa but Iowa winters are too severe for it l r It would flourish in the south and it is susceptible of so many and such varied uses that it must bo seen and utilized to be fullyappreciated J Continued Next VeekInWeddinOs Far Between for 44 years Is a J record Isnt Its It happened In West J Brldgcwater near Boston recently f when the first church wedding In the Ii Unitarian ctiurch since 18G2 took jlaca fri lw i 1- nfir i W Roumanian Women Work Hard In Bucharest Roumanla women per form some of the severest forms of labor They mix the mortar and car ry It as well as tho bricks to the topmost stories of I buildings In course of construction JL iH MgjVft A 4 c or ooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoec I Eighth Kentucky iHistory I A Thrilling Stnrjr of the Jnrt iliU Gnl 8 O hurt took III the Civil Wnr 1 aeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeolCUAPTICR The BtghMi Veterans on Fur lough and Return to Chatta nooga The noon rtixln for Nashville the 24th of March or It wound around the lase of towering Lookout bore the ono hundred and sixtytwo men of tho Eighth the KIghth officers and three colored swvants Oaptnln Den ton Captnln Wright Captain Small wood and Lleutroima Williams Hiirk lerhodee Tye Lewis and Packet gj t Is not strange that nvuiy of us paav ed unnoticed the grind ecfnry Of 6tIIOWCI11Jed mountain for our mind were busy with cheerful thoughts of loved ones at homo Some of us had wives and children others swoothmrta and kind tathcos mothers fwd sisters all of whom lied boen notified by mall of our coming We arrived at the city of Nashville nt noon the 25th A recent accident to the railroad caus ed us to remain at Barracks No 2 until tho morning of tho 27Ui At 6 oclock we were flying northward nail arrived at Louisville at 5 p m We took molds and lodgings at the Sol fliers Home where the fare was sup titer to many hotels and wee turn ished by the government free On tha 29th we deposited our arms and equipment at the arsenal mad out our furloughs for the men nnd of ficers and made armngcnwnta to ako the Lulngton win early the 10th We had a few men In onch wmpany that had offered to reenlist jut were rejected by tho examining surgeon on acoount of physical that illlty We officers plead earnestly with Major SUlwtl to have these men urloughffd but he as earnestly refused staying It Is entirely contrary to my orders So we wore forced to save time good willing and abed lit men to take their thirty this leaveM Park Barracks On our arrival at Lexington 3 shock Po m we gave the mon their artoiHtfw and formerly disbanded but as the majority of them drafted to- go the Mme nnd 30 or 40 miles south vim into Mdlv n Batlll and adJoin- ing counties they concluded to go the tame evening to Clays Perry some- tlfttt1I miles distant Tho officer ook early sapper at the Phoenix It ws thought beet that one of tho of Icere proofed immediately to Clays Very to raahe rmngHnonis fprjrap mtJltpcUrlogFtrey nail requested Mr Gilbert pro irtetor of the one and only hose here to prepare supper for about ono hundred man Tho tsUmtehed lend lord replied Why Qn taln thAI will take everything eatable on the place I told him that time wet roldlers on furlough and wore parfet gentlemen aril that I would son tha every mm paid him which would on able hire to purchase more tmppltej Very soon every member of tint ram lly were busy preparing and coaklni The clock told the nnwll hours of tonight before tho lust soldier area from Ihct table all being lively but not boisterous Tho next morning Oil bert sold to met Well sir I hav seen and fed a gnat teary 80 II era during this wnr but tIlls Is the lira time I ever saw so miny together BOO not had occasion to notice some 111 btvd behavior and when you oillri last night I had no 1dm of reeelvliu anything for feeding soldiers becldei I expected my house would be ruined They are the most genteel sat of a11 dlers I have seen The mon and officers only tho Iff of April scattered to tIle homes ol their respective families mill friends where the time passed plaamatly am rapidly with most of UB rtaltlm friends Tho many scenes of tender meetings that took place tint nlgb and the next day between longsep- aimed husbands and wiveland otter door friends we will leer tho reader to Imagine Suffice to aiy ivry vw erun tried to Improve the brief bit day to tho bent odmntego nnd quit a number of them during tha bilm spring month found time and ow r tualty to woo and win the horns and hands of blushing brklve BO tint th could have some one with whom t leave their money HOWPVT roin of there apiurently hasty itturrlir shad been thoroly dlsoullMll Ihru it malls by tho oontmrctlng turtle fur many months It would no doubt be 1 itrearirK In follow some of these bmve you Jm r tho veteran Eighth late mxn or 4i many happy and festive nrtlt1 us well as jooua w ddlng that tr+ ii place during thte brlctet ohwrful spring month of April In CXntwl K n Lucky but these apttenr to the writ T to be too much like trttea 1nK OB the jrlvote rights or the swrtky of bom tad Uw scored ties that bind In union two or more hearts IH a stored love- too pure and high to drag before the ubllc gaze S3 should we not hold u lo the raiders view Uw man tender md really aff oUng imitoc eeeatr toot took pVaoe In HMI1 Madlxw rackoon and a few other eoantlea IB that part of Kentucky shout the 1- of May 1SG4 But we will throw tine charitable mantle of alle ce ovw them und leave the reader to WW Ida or her own plctuna of swell neanea Ab thts returning to vnr la attended with note anxloua solloiUid by friends lean when the new recruit first levees U1e domestic circle i TO BI COSTINOED h ikkrtrrrketstrkkkksGtkkKkstkttxt IRxkkxkKkkkk kkkkkkkKrkkkr M II WHO SAID GROCERIES ought to have said it through the telephone No 33i IShccalled in person and talked on the subject to tI- ii W D LOGSDON When you want good things at low prices hes the man if to talk with a v 20 pounds Granulated Sugar SzooxTry a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on EarthS5W- hite Ii Rose Flour per Sack 50 g I 12 Pint Cups 15 r All orders taken before 10 oclock will be delivered before noon S- 5r All orders taken between xo and 3 will be delivered afternoon II Logsdons Upto Date Grocery Store II keA1PAAkitkAkkk7skkkkitkAkkkUCkkSrk517sk1tkkkk3skkkkla3skd 4rstAkl a REAL ESTATE I am Real Estate Agent for property in Berea and farms in Madison and adjoining counties I have for sale valuable town properties either improved or unimproved also business houses and vacant lots- I have an excellent piece of property on Depot street consisting of one good twostory dwelling house one barn and one store house used and unsurpassed for the produce business worth 52000 price t My vacant lots range in price from Sioo to An excellent farm of sixty acres of good 600igrass land worth much more money which I for 900 I am also in position to sell to southwestern home seekers lands in Indian Territory and Oklahoma Parties who have town property farms moun tain coal or timbered lands will receive best service and prices if you place your lands for me to sell for youI respectfully solicit your patronage Call on or write J P BICKNELLBEREA t eo u r w EXPOSITION OPENS March 10 For Two Wooks to Discloso Many Wonders GRAND GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS Creatoroa land Twice Dally Without Extra Charge An Unexampled Op portunlty to Enjoy Complete Exhibits of Literature and ArtLow Rates by Rail and River Theodore Uoosovolt President of the United Slates William II Taft Secretary of War Leslie M Shaw Secretary of the Treasury V II Mot calf Secretary of the Navy Postmas ter General CorteJyou and Patent Com mlMlonar Allen nil having Joined together with the officials of tho Greater Louisville Rximsltlan Com patty In their effort to obtain attractive enlightenment requisitioning loncI THE OF LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL Under Auipleee of Louisville CLUBIexhibits for the bg Louisville event It IB sow nesered that Loutavllle will be side to offer to her stilton from March 18 to 30 an opportunity of ttfttteg most novel collection of Bororamaot exhibits ever In any gnat xpoalUoa President Roose velt bas graciously agreed to press the which will offlcbUIy set the ex poelton In motion and has Instructed Secretary Loeb to make the neoeeory arrangements for the oaremony whish will take place In his offloe Maroh 18 The government exhibits are now In proc M of peaking It Is understood and they will soon be on their way to Louisville where they will be seen by ooantlMs Kentuckians and other Southerners cs welt as the people la a broad strip of Indiana and scattered delcftaUoaa from nearly all the largo dtlee In the United States where the Greater Louisville Kxposltlon la about to be Imitated The arrangements which were begun during the month of December by A T Macdonald Preel dent of Exposition Company wore recently completed by Fred Levy Its Vice President both of whom made thy trips to Washington being greatly assisted there by Kentucky congressmen and government officials According to tbo latest plans there will be sent to Louisville from tho Treasury Department complete oxhlb Its of tho currency of United States and tho various Issues of Inter nal revenue stamps which have been used at different periods of our na tlonal life Doth of these exhibits are Tory valuable and heavy bond was re quired of the Exposition Company showing that Uncle Sam values his relics and takes ovary precaution to protect them from harm or loss Those exhibits am attractively framed with the vlow of allowing the closest pos sible Inspection without handling Thoy will bo under the direct super vision of Sergeant Hlttlnger of the war department who it is supposed at present will bo sent to Louisville to have general suporvUlon over all government exhibits Besides the stamps and currency notes tho Treasury Department has consented to send to Louisville a frame containing all the medals which have been voted to individuals by congress since tho first onq which was voted to George Wash These medals have a value In historical and memorial ways They commemorate various deeds of hero Ism and statecraft and should bo viewed with intense Interest by all who see them The Navy Department will send to Louisville a model of the battleship Kentucky which will show In every dntall the linos of that great fighting machine Tho model will bo foet long and will occupy the place of honor In the great marble lobby In tho Exposition Dulldlng It will bo placed where all who enter the building will etc It and will have an opportunity to study its appearance As the people of Kentucky gavo a magnificent sliver service to be used on this bat tleship it will be Interesting to see what manner of vessel it is as there Is hardly a community in tho stato which did not contribute to the fund which was raised for the purchase of the silver sorvlce Besides the beautl ful model there will bo sent from the Navy Department a number of excel lent photographs showing tho various war vessels of tho navy under varied j conditions Tho exhibits from tho Navy Department will surely lend a great deal of for those who live far Inland and do not fre quently como In touch with things of the sea Tho War Department on tho Rock Island Arsenal will send to the Greater Louisville Kxvosltlon a I big field gun and two llro guns besides samples of ammunition used I by them Twenty stands of tho riles now In use In the United Btatos Army J and a stand of Hags will ulso bo sent order to ihow sumo of thy appli Iin used by the United Slates Army the Philippine Islands tho War De I partment will send to tho exposition a cart to which will bo attached A life size cast of a caraboa which animalI Is a peculiar looking ox with horns like those of n goat which grow out of the stiles of his head from thru dan what j over forth HOME THE Whose the Work the Greater Being Done the shown button the the ington twelve II to battle and there will be many tromrall parts of this state who gill see what their fathom before them faced and they aa a rule are themselves ready to tans In defense of tho flag These exhibits will bo shipped to Norfolk for the Jamestown Exposition usoon tu the Greater LoulsTlUa Exposi tion closes In ovory respect the War Department treated the Greater Louis villa exposition officials with the same courtesy and attention that they have aeoorded to officials of other great expositions In the post The Postofilco Department consented to the request of the Greater Louis vill Exposition offletals to establish lathe Exposition Ilulldlng a model sub station poetoffleo which will show throughout the exposition period the handling of United States malls Asa decorative feature In tho postofflce exhibits from the dead letter once will be shown It Is said by many who have seen this dead letter exhibit that It Is among the most interesting examples of tho work dono by tho Post ofilco Department that can bo found anywhere When tho exposition close tho exposition postofflco will bo put In use as a Loulsvlllo substation Resides tho other exhibits of tho Treasury Department it was at first proposed by tho officials of the exposi tlon to borrow from theTreasury De partment a coin stamping machine upon which to make the exposition souvenirs When It was found that A dlomakor in Loulsvlllo uses an exact replica of tho treasury machine In tho prosecution of his business it was de clded that tho souvenir coins of the exposition could bo better made by this Loulsvlllo concern and thus plan was adopted so that tho exposition oven to tho matter of stamped sou vonlrs will bo truly Everything mado In Louisville MINOR MATTERS Pertinent and Interesting Facts Con cerning the Big Exposition Louisvilles business section will be bravely illuminated every night during the Greater Louisville Exposition The hotel keepers of Loulsvlllo rec ognizing warm friends and old friends In all Kontucklans have announced that no advance In their rates will bo made during tho exposition period Thoy as well aa all other citizens of Loulsvlllo aro strongly for Louisville and for Kentucky all tho time Ingenious Kcntucklans will find much to please them in the display of Inventions which is now almost com plete In tho Greater Louisville Exposition Every inventor In Loulsvlllo has been asked to exhibit tho offspring of his Ingenuity and tho result will bo a remarkable showing It may bo that somo visitors will bo ablo to got illuminating ideas from this display- It has long been known that as a center of literary effort Louisville line considerable renown nor authors rtoDivision of Literature of tho exposi Lion is busy gathering together the works of all of these authors of every form In order to make a complete die play It Is held that no city of its size can rival Loulsvlllo In the matter of excellent homemade literature IISory of the Horse Alexander the Great Rode I Alexander Rode Buceph lu In All Elsewhere the Battles of the Persian Campaigns nd i One summer morning more Ulftn 7200 yenta aro ns lUng Ihlllp ota Macedon and his offlcor wore In tit M reviewing the cavalry a mall walkod tip to the royal circle Icudlm il thatWIke n very 1cgaau- tU i your horse tor tale Sir rhea allan Inquired tho king who acera o barn known Uio utranRor Vet answered Phllonoli ensorlr r butt nnly klngii can buy him Your price Sixteen lalonts about I1GOOO lie II of Tlicngnllnn brood and fleet ala doer eta a goodly steed uJd the kinK mmlnclr but you ask too much lionover wo will maUo a trial ot him anti It he suits us Ve shall not quay r l about tho price Here IVrdlccai will you mount thU Thcsunlla harsor and teat hit speed The officor addressed a young Macedonian wearing a tall crested helm and an embroidered mantle turned to obey his sovereign but as he approached the steed plunged so L furlouily and appeared no unmanage I IIbl that Pcrdlccas was glad to with f Imw for hili own safety Several nobles essayed the teat but rono successfully The white steed nortcd and fumed so viciously that they dared not approach him Ho Mpemod all at once to become n demon nt fury not only reilntlne all at tempts to mount Wm but turning Hercdy upon all the grooms If they ryon spoke to him hfih Ihlloncls I would not take your Arrr Tbemallan steed us a gIrt de etarod Ihlllp angrily loll Intended lo cheat mo Take away tho earagfl bruto 1hlloncl atarted to lean away th- oIld looking somewhat dUappolnlod Out he did not go far before ho was rat d book Kor tho Prince Alexan der who had been standing noor by- an lat rOlltod spectator hall advanced sad now stood with his bated looks Lhlnlng like gold In tho sunshine Ho was only a slight slander boy of 14 but to hla handsome Ingenuous fags there ehono a spirit of bntvory and de ttnnlnatlon far boyond his yoare What n horse you arc Inning fa- that ho said for want of a little skill and vigor tn manage him What boy do you think you can manage tho beast better than your ldcr 7 cried tho king I Evolution Boy Who Smoked Do you know any little boy that foidltoa cigarettes If you do just ahoy him this picture It Is tho sad story ot little Dick Slllypatc How another boy smoking a clgarettu and The Meanest Man I The following lsa conversation over hoard between two small boys In a 4 Mty utrcot not IOHR ago Tho first boy laid if the second boy Get your father must be dreadful mean hea a sliftertakcr nail you have 10 wear thoni old shoes Tho second boy answered You neednt your father Is mean too caii3 he la a dentist and your babyi only got oao tooth hWalkers on Velvet L4 Window dressers havent suck a ongh tlmo of It as twine others re iarked the man on tko street The jther night I saw ono walking on vet tot no was fitting np a window full jf cloaks for tile next day putting hem on forms hanging them correct y Bud all the tlmo to mesa dolhg It 30 was cavorting jighlly about on mitanon grataot Ihiok green regret ill or a foot deep That I can or I will pay the prlco that tho Thessallan asks for him rc turned Alexander Let tho rush youngster try 1ls skill said Ihlllp laughing and no doubt pleased with bill tons audacity Without the lout show of Mar or hoiltanoy tho prince walked to the fiery beast and took a firm hold of tho bridle Then turning him so that he faced tho sun ho patted hip nock and spoke to him gently Ida had shrewdly guessed that tho horses un rullnoss lay In tbo fact that ho was disturbed by his own shadow which roll before him and moved as ho moved A Instantly tho charger ceased his snorting and became quiet seeing which Alexander leaped deftly to his back and without using either spur or whip galloped him over tho field un tit ho had him under full control When ho drew up before tbo crowd of spectators and dismounted Ducop halus YoU tamed Thou has won the horse said Ihlllp embracing the prince and thou dofiorvcst another kingdom too my son for Macedon Is too small for UiecH And Alexander very proud of his victory said pending his flushed taco The eagle flies toward tho sun and my Uiicophulns Is an eagle In speed Thou wert keener than tho rest of us said tho king and hast well won thy prize Pay tho Thessallan lila gold to his secretary who gave 1C Attic talents Into Ihlloncls hands Alexander redo his bravo steed back to tho palace and ever after rode no other horse He named him Duce phalus which In leek means ox hooded because ho had on hla fore head a black mark rosombllug the head of an ox When he set out upon his conquest of the east bu took Ilueophalus with him He rodo him In all the battle of tho Persian cam paign at the Granlous at tho lesus and at Arbola and tho gallant horso boro him safe through all dangers Xo ono save the Moro ever mounted him and when tho white stcod died Alexander had him burled with the honors duo a royal prlnco and built a city to his memory If you will turn to your daub atlas you will find a city In Persia named Huccphalla There Iiucephalus was burled and this is the city that was named In honor of one of tho most famous horsM In history of the thausht it looked BO manly that ht would try It himself Tho picture jhowa what happened to htm at tho end of five months Chicago Dally News Ills First Refusal A young gentleman who had not fa ralllarizod himself with tho forms of polite correspondence and lacked the good sense to discover tho form for himself found It necessary to refuso an Invitation The Chicago Dally News gives ttio note which ho wrote Mr J Henry Newton declines with pleasure Mrs Raymonds Invitation for tho twentyUral anti thanks her ex tremely for having given him the op portunlty to do so An Anachronism The word anachronism means an error In assigning tho date of as event or the tlmo when a ron or thing existed or any miaplaeiag lo time of historic scenes evoatper sonis objects and language The use HIeingjvf ersttot 1 illQ4 U1 100 years or more after his relcn ot +H H H Hit JACOB i t AND ESAU l tenon for Much 17 1907 ilciallJprepared for this paper Ii1w 1Cyr rf S W NrItirl4rlfd + 1 BSCIN 1iXTietuaie 31Z3 Io4G simony ftre jr- f OUtKN TKXTIyln Ilpe ure nn nlramlnutlun to the Lord nut they tha dent truly nit hla delightProv titTIME ArordlnB lo niblo marKl Esau milil MH lilrthrlch about 1S05 II C J6 years after the death of Abmhnm nnd Jacob ralnc l IKMWHBIOU or It ZS year Utter IJ f lee PI ALU Jmobi early home was at ncernheba Ho nod far to tho north to Elmrnn near beatlwalcrit of Euphrates Sf1UPTlnAI REFfmNOFBFIlu itetpltlnK hm birthright Ileb 1118 17 Jacob chosen Instead of Kxau Horn 9711 MM 11 Obadlah 1719 Jcr 48Our Mrthrlxht Unto 81417 John aIt Rev alt Bellini our birthright Matt 18M 1615 27S Mark 817 Rev Ui Comment and Suggestive Thought The Two Brdthersj Tho two brothers were twins hut Ksau was tho elder They were born and reared at nccrahoba They were as dlffcren from one another ns Isaac and He hekub hut with a difference Ksau In whom Itchckahs nature was cmpua sized was the favorite of Isaac whit Jacob who grafted the shrowdnesi and business sharpness of his mutt ors fatuity ui on the homoloving ant religious and thoughtful nature of hit father was tho favorite of Hcbokah- Ksau failed because though broughi up In A religious atmosphere ho chose to go with bad companions and marrj heathen wives Ills fatal steps wen not the passionate Impulse of a moment No man sells his birthright on the spot Ho who sells his birth right sells It many times In his hear before he takes it openly to the mar ket Ho belittles It and despises It and cheapens It at any rate to him self before ho sells It no cheaply to another So Kaau had hunted foi years with the brothers of Judith ant Dashcmuth Ho had eaten and drunk en and danced with the Hlttlto Inhabl tants of the land He had eacrlflcci and sworn and vowed to their false gods of the fields and the streams ant of the unclean grovestill ht last ir open deflnancc of all decency and re Uglon he brought home two Canaanite wives to his fathers covenanted camp Alexander Whyte Jacobs career was a growth ant development We see his choice ot the better things gradually overcoming his faults nnd Imperfections Hii progress is slow and difficult with zigzag motions with reactions like tho chilly days and snowstorms of spring but It is moving on toward the Bummer harvests and autumn fruits The BlrthrlQht Tho firstborn Is tho head of the patriarchal family ant tho right of the firstborn Include tho representative privileges derive from this exalted position Ddltzch- Hsau was by right of birth tit head of the family its prophet priest and king nnd no roan can renounce such privileges except ns a sacrifice required by God without dcspiMntf God who BSVO them But moro than thU he was tho head of tho rltoncrj family on him devolvrxl the blcsitlqg of Abralmm that in his seed all tarn Hies of the earth should be blessed and In despising his birthright he pul himself out of the sacred family and so became n prnfauo iwrBon ills sir must not bo overlooked In our indignation at tho fraud of Jacob which as we shall see presently brought HE own retribution as well na Its ow- ngalnWm Smith Tho crafty Jacob Instead of sharing his meal with tho brother who had loubtlcsc often given hint venison drove a hard bargain and Ksau sold his birthright for a mess of pottage And knowing well Kxaus fickleness Jacob trade him lake n solemn oath 7 am dying of hunger said the cldoi brother with characteristic cxaggora tion and what Is a birthright to me1 Our Birthright As children of God we all have a birthright far more valuable than Jacob or Esau could dream oft Wo have promises beyond the range of their highest imaginations The child In a Christian home has for his birthright tho Sabbath day and tho Lords table and the society of the best people In tho city and first a youthhood and then a man hood of purity and piety and the son vico ot Christ lit Ills church A birth right ot trust and honesty and honor and chastity Alexander Why to Wo are heirs of God of his character his love and cart his heavenly home his joy and peace Our souls may bo temples of the Holy Ghost full of the desirable things of all na tions We have an Inheritance In corruptible and undeflled and that fadoth nut away a far moro ex ceeding and eternal weight of glory Byo hath not seen nor ear beard neither have entered Into the heart of man the things which God hath pro pared for them that love him Selling Our Birthright Many a man sells trig birthright for a mess of 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give then coy premium offered a new subscriber excrpii the knife and scissor for ten cents extra awL the knife or scissors for tj cents I f r of T i YOU THINKi we are j cheap Fountain Pen to be sold at a high price but you are MISTAKEN Its just the other way We arc of i ra fering to- GIVE c YOU t a fine Fountain Pen that you couldnt buy for Jess than 150 alone and THE for onl- yL5Q Addrdss The Citizen Berea Ky r j 1 y IF IiYOUFor Your Real Estate or Business t tcI CAN GET ITtNo Matter What Your Property is Worth or in What Town Citff fJor Territory it is located If t did not have tho ability facilities to sell your I certainly could not for this udrertisemeuk TlIIItRti liko 1cll my other ads is practically sure to place on my Data number of properties alfttl Am just as sure to soil these properties and enodgh in commissions to pay for the cost of these ads make a good profltbcsidee That is why I have so largo a estate business today Why nut put your property among the number that I sell as n result of tbe t Iwill not only be Mo to soil itsome timebut will bo iiblo to sell it quickly I am a specialist ia s quick armies I have tho most complete and tip todatoequipment I have branch offices throughout the country a field force of men to find buyers I do not handle all lines curried by ordinary real estate agents I MUST SELLreat es ittiito ami lots of itorgo out of bumuess I can assure you I nm not going out of business On the contrary l expect to find at tin claw of the year that I have sold twice as many properties asJ a Idid the past year but it will first bo necessary for rao to list more properties I want to lidtoYOURS and SELL it It doesnt mutter whether you have a farm n home without any land or n business it down matter what it lit worth or where it is located If you will ouUtk I blank letter of inquiry below and moil U to me today I will toll you olVand why I can quickly 11 1 convert tho property cash nud will give you my complete plan I1 I FREE OF CHARGEand terms for handling It Tho information I will give will beof great value to you even if I should not to attll You hud better write today before von forget it If you want to buy any iyou kindof a Frm House pr Business in any port of the country tell me your requirements Iwill guar 71Jantes to fill them promptly aud satisfactorily tI David P Taff The Man 415 Ian Ay TopeKa Kansas If You Want to Fill In Cut Out and Today IlMin leml without coat to jilrtn finding east actor my property which consul Town tint jol wIDclaabrldnlptlo Loweattab a a i uI- IGA iAcJt1 a X 1 pretty rrnpoiiplvt home churches Sunday Picture of framing Mae give just papers and raaxailne you money to renewing within lime amount ma these qivethem extra advertising a one CITIZEN one year t and pay new make money and real eClads Iud fill into you decidu Land 1 If You Want to Buy Fill In Cut Out and Mall To4rp- I L 1 ilnlre tn buy property orelmd Inc njproilnj teJy wit rtiIsefulluwtggroclacanoaef Town or city 1 1 County skt1 tt Price between and I I fIN iw t- e5 i dowaIDt1lutancJ V- r aJ- 1ltaw Il mnrkI L a Addrta aa e t I i r tite er t JIj a l1 I l IJl r1 oooooooooocooooooooooooooo East Kentucky Correspondence i I News you Get Nowhere Else f 0- i Ho correipcnience paUiihed raises ilted U taU by the writer The BIB 0 Q It not for publication bat AI ui Tiienc of good faith Write pUinly 0fto 00008000UUUUU MADiSOn COUflTT- DULfTH Feb 28 Clarence Todd the BOn of Mr and Mrs W M Toddwr killed last Wednesday morning He was upon a hill getting down log and a log rolled over him and killed him instantly His remains were taken to the Red Lick graveyard lor burial lie leaves a father mother fivo sisters and one brother to mourn his loss Wo extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved ones who grieve for him Misses Debly and Lizzie Lear were the guests of Etto and Vickie Lakes Thursday night Mr and Mrs Ed Stivers who have boon ill for some time are almost well ngatnMr Elmer Turner h on the sick list Mr John Lamb who has been very poorly for some time is still no beUerMr I C Hunter was in Richmond Saturday on business Mrs Sallie Lamb has been visiting her daughter at Combs this weokMrs Fannie Lear and daughter Debly were the guests of Mrs Tom Carpenter FridayMr Fred Lakes who has been very poorly is able to be out againFlossie Lakes was the guest of Nellie Lynch Thursday nigbtMfJames F Baker is very Mr and Mrs Elexander visited Mr and Mrs Elmer Turner Satur day night and SundayHanson Lakes visited his cousin Homer Lakes Saturday night and Sunday Nora Lakes visited Etta and Vickie MondaynightMr and Mrs Wilgos Hinter have been visit ing their relatives at Duluth this weekMr Link Lakes has re turned from Hamilton Ohio to his friends again in old KentuckyOld Uncle Basal Van Winkle who has been ill for the last few weeks is still no betterMr Tilt Glossy had a fine calf die Saturday night Stevie Turner was arrested in Bloomington Illand was brought to Richmond Friday where he will be triedWe do think the Berea Citizen is a splendid paper indeed DnEYFUS March 4We have had lots of rain during the pint week tMlsa Martha Powell wu the guest of Miss lUna Jones Saturday evening Misses Maud and Vickie Alexandria were the guests of Miss Flossie Biker 9ity night Mr Will Jones is very sick with In Grippe Mr and Mrs J C Powell find Mrs Donle Kindred were the guests of Mr and Mrs D Todd Sat MrsIBeroo Saturday and Sunday Miss Nettle Coyle who has been staying at Lawrence Powells at Richmond returned home Wednesday very sick with la Grippe Miss Flossie Baker was the guest of her sister Mrs Ad dIe Ooylo last weekr Miss Pearl win who has had pneumonia Is thought to be Improving Bertha Baker spent Saturday night with QIIss Zoe Holland Mr W M Monday of Kingston was in this vicinity list week on businessMr D N Welch of BertQ called on the merchants at Dreyfus Tuesday Mr Tommie Offord took dinner at John Pow1Is Friday Mr Lincoln Iamb and wife visited Mr and Mrs F M Jones Sun lbyllr John Powell and wife and little daughter Mollie were the wel come guests of Owen Likes Sunday MJOCKCASTLE COUNTY J100NK March 4G L Wren sold his farm to Marlon Smith of Berea for = 50000 Mr Wren bought the Day farm tor 1800 and plans to work the Umber Into lumber and crocs ties la the near future Mr Smith took possession of his property MondayHMr and Mrs D 0 Martin attended the tuner al of Mrs Blazer at Berea Monday Miss Nettle Oldbam visited friends 0 Conway Sunday and Monidiy Jlrs D Q Martin visited friends at Rich mond last weekk Irs Edta Wren has returned from an extended visit with her daughter Mrs Wheeler at Nln1Joe Wren has been on the lick list for the past week Mr and Mrs Anderson McKlnzIo vlsltpd Mr and Mrs John Hatnblen Saturday and Sumtoy Mr D O Martin Is getting out fifty logs to send to the James town Exposition DIJi PUT TA March aRev James Parsons Till ed his regular appointment at this place the second and third day of this month Mr Alfred hepard and Miss Cyntha Seals of this place were j married a few days agoMr W H Stephens ned wife of Rockford are visiting the laUers parent Mr and J Mrs A T Abney of this laceMr Mason Anglin and wife are very sick with In Grippe now air Robert Mc Queens baby died a few days ago Henry Abney has moved to I I31r ht Creek to dig ro3tJamesf- J lngDn returned from tralght 1 workMr I wwwvwvwlot of hogsEsQulro Q V Owens I and Hiram Thackcr have gone to Richmond trading this week Char ley chuM has tented his place end Is groins to Hamilton Ohio to work Rev James Parsons of Berca will be the pastor of Macedonia Church foi the your 1907L R Rowlett n wife are in Madison county vlsltlnf their daughter Mrs Simpson who is sick Major Gadd bought tho furs of Henry Abney who bus gone 0 Straight CrooltIt looks very mud like spring and mikes people thinl of hunting up their old plows end hoes and getUng om tn work LEVEL OnEEJT March 2 News scarce but rain in abundance J M Hurst ono ol our oldest citizens has been oonlood to his room all winter but ho thinks he will be able to gi out and visit around by the time April cornea with its bright sunshine Dr T J Price II getting a large practice riding al most every day and night Riddle d Bratty ore doing a rushing business with their roller mill as the people bring their wheat from far and near ROOK FORD March 4We are having some fine weather now Miss Mattie McGulro visited relatives on Brush Creek lost week Mr J M Bullen moved to the R D Cook farm last week Miss Bettle McColltun visited Mis Reeds Todd Sunday Brother Dry ant tilled his regular appointment at Scaffold Cane Sunday There was a large crowd present Mr nnnd Mrs H E Bullen visited J W Todd on Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Rich and family visited Mr John Llnvllle Sun dayMr J W Todd who Iras been on the sick list is better ESTILL COUNTY vrAGKRsniu Starch 4 We have been havlnglots of rain There is a very good tide in the creek Mefttames Sallie Wagerjj end Monnle Edwards Misses Lena Edwards nail RItha Scrivner Wer- ethe gullets of 5lr and Mrs Jeff Wagers and family Sunday Mr Ambrose Wagers a student of Berea College rlsltcd his mother Mrs A B Kelley of this plane from Friday until Monday Oroj the little daughter of Ur and Mrs J B Kelley Is very slckQuite a number of men from this place attended court at Richmond on Honda Miss Kate Wagers return ed home Thursday of lost week nf tot a months visit with her brother Jr J S Wagers and uncle J T 5crlvner of Berea She also spent a 1rW days with relatives In Richmond 1Irs A E Scrivner Is staying with her daughter Mrs Jtff Wagers at this writing MR and Mrs J E 3roaddus ere the guests of the lit ers parents Mr and Mrs A L iVllson this week- GARRARD COUNTY CARTERS VI IIE March 4 Fanners are quite busy with their plows mwMr Jeff Jackson of Mote Madlfon county has Just closed hIS writing school at this lace and Woodview School Inuse where he has been teaching both day ind night for ton days He Is a tine penman Mr end Mrs J B OU- ter have returned home from louls rllle where they have been wending n few days and buying new spring roods Miss Dom Brain his returned from visiting her aunt RhoAa Wylie of near Wallaceton Mrs Tom Ores can been on the sink list but Is some teUeairs George Allen and four children have also been on the sick list but are out again Born to Mr md Mrs John Smith a fins boy on February 25th Mrf Joe Benin hn Knight a new chicken Incuhtfor ow 00 egg capacity She Is GOing Into tho chicken buslnessEggSoro plen ty now and hive been selling at o air price this winter Some people lave begun to gather goose eggs CLAY COUNTY BURNING SPRINGS March GTbe attendance at school rows smaller as the days grow warm r4 Moggard McDanlel Vive BUC eeded In starting their gas engine It works beautifully The church ai Maceddnia was reorganized last Sabbath Rev Murray was chosen astor of the churchJ H Morgan Led Bradley Pennlngton have gone to Hamilton to work during the sprlngA Z Howard is doing a pros perous business at the old stand Ezekiel Hubhard has been delt kind ly with by Uncle Sim who pave him n pension of 25500 and 1700 per mouthDr Webb is building a neat barn on his property OWSLEY COUNTY GA1I1 AUU March 2Thero has been much rain the past week and the river le boom Ing Many of our citizens who had Umber have gone to market with 11 Former Judge W B ChbbarJ wan at BoonevUle Wednesday on business CJOdslror t stockRosh n wealthy of Ma dow Creek has moved to his tarm near Wlnchcser CWT munly M r Joseph Wilder to running his mill 1n full blast this eekThe five months old child of Mr and Mrs Bill Neule of Cow Creek died last woekiaa Gabbard Broker II hauling goods for Moore of RIootown Jake says that the roads are too muddy to pull much of a loadMrs Jane States of Wolf Creek who is confined to her bed with typhoid fever la reported to bu Improving James R Gabbard re turned home from Hamilton Ohio on laet Monday He had been working for the Champion Coated Paper Con pony Mrs Margaret Moore mme homo train Wolf Creek Wednesday where she had been staying with lie daughter Mra States who Is lick with fever La Grippe Is quite rev alent la this neighborhood Alfrei Boll a and family hue the gripe thi- swetks1 A Gabbard of Cow Creel is having a dwelling house ereotcx near Gabbard Bros store Sieve fa clerk In the Gabbard Bros store and lives quite a distance from the store When he gets his dwllliiR completed and motes In he will be within a few rods of the storeMr Meredith Reynolds of Everaole was here Wednesday and Thursday TTA slid that hi made Berea a visit last week Airs Emma Cole and E T Reynolds ait planning to go to Montana to make their homes Mrs Cole has a brother who lives there and she says that ehe la going to live with him JACKSON COUNTY IIURLKT March 1About everybody in this neighborhood is down with La Grippe and pneumonia The little son of Mrs John Mooro is very poorlywith pneumonia Ollio Angel of near Middle Fork who has been visiting friends and relatives here for a couple of weeks returned home Thursday Elihu Phillips is planning to have a new house erected on Hooten CreekW M Gab bard Jr is having a big new ground cleared upAll the old ladies ore out begging garden seeds The noel of them are wanting bush bean SeedMre John Mooro bought a line milk cow of Wee Angel last week for S2500Ben and Nathan Qabbard made a business triple Middle Fork Saturday FOXTOWX Feb 27Wo are having lots of rain the past week and tho roads are rory muddyJ R Mcoro hasrent ed the well known farm Silver Mine Branch of Jesse Baker Pater Gab bard purchased a fine haystackof E P Baker for 10Iaaao Baker and eon of Panola were in our town en business this weokMr Thomas Lakes made a business trip to Sand Sap this weekTio hacking and itave making are all the go her- enowWm Lakes received a serious wound on tho head from a shot gun a few days ago it is alleged that ae was shot by J W Steele while under the influence of whiskeyIt is reported that there is a moonshine still in operation in our neighbor moodagainJ K Baker was in our midst taking up ties this week Mrs Lamb of this place who has been sick so long seems to be no jetter Gentry Lakes of Wind Caves planning to build a fine house Robert Fox has bought a fine mare Mr Milton Coxof Drip Rock vis ited his son Joseph Cox of this place Wednesday nightJ K Bak er the tio inspector reports to have walked upon some ono in his territory trying to make a crosstie out of water oak He says he dont think be will make any moreJoo Cox is still tie hacking in Still House Branch Dovie Lakes visited her sister Mrs M L Fox Wednesday nigbtOld Aunt Almarinda Fox is making her home with her son H El Fox this winterMr Isaac Fox 3r still remains at the old place Sirs N J Coylo is on the sick list the week SlIUWLK FORK Feb 21Several in this community have La Grippe and leverMr Frank Marrismado a business trip to Richmond Monday Sitha Angel af Hurley Ky visited her brother Wesley Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sallie Parker held a railmall ing Saturday and got lots of rails made Mrs Siss Angel was tho welcome of of Viney Angel Monday Wesley the young folks a party Saturday night All report a tlmeJ W Carpenter visited friends and relatives at Middle Fork Saturday and Sun day Tommie and Della Angel visited Mrs Letha Tussoy Saturday lust Marget Baker and Doma Colo vis ited friends near this place on Sat urday Robert Tussey made a busi ness trip to McKee MondayEli ale Angel is very low with pneumon laJobie Morris attended church at Letter Box Sunday Does Wilson visited at Wesley Angels Sunday evening John Summers sold a fine cow to Dr J D Ways for 2000 Miss Mary Shelton 5a very low with heart trouble Mrs Lilie Moore purchased a fine cow from J W Angel for 25DRIP ROOK Feb 27Dotn to Mr and Mrs Marion Lynch a fine glrl1Mr C C i IF YOU TOUCHyour IALUMlend look in the glassyou will see the effect You cant help puckering it makes you pucker to think of tasting it BakingPowdersright into your system you injure digestion and ruin your stomach AVOIDALVH Sap laiafa I ROYAL Carroll left Monday for Indian Territory where he expects to work a- wlHe1ir Raphael Lamb of Hist Germantown lad formerly from tills Kate and Miss Vera Henderson of VagersVlllo were marrlfd W dnrdiy at the home of bride end left for Indiana ThursdayThe titan of Kelly Baker have sold their stock of goods to Messrs Virgle Cox rind C L Ftow ler Brothers J W Purron and 10 Bryant preached interesting sermons Saturday and Sunday at this place Miss Dlsy Parsons school ass out Tuesday and she loft Wednesday fo- rMcKreJ P McQueen end wit were the guests of Mr and Mrs G M Par tons Saturday night Mrs W It Lynch was the guest of Mrs Sallie Parsons Friday air J M Moore went to Wwtlrvloo ThursdAy 011 bUll nassr and Mrs T H Eversol were the gumts of Mr and Mrs Bud Ifuaos Saturday Mrv W C Moore who was Injured by aa save out roil- Ing over trim is now able to resume his work at stove making Heels otter HAWK March 2We are having some damp cloudyweather for a few GET THE BEST Recently Enlarged WITH 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