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I dfS I UJNT 5 OFF 1 CE liEREA KT V oeoeoeeeeeeeeeeeNoeeeeeee- o BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOItrOBATKtl e Managere0xnle +td of tAe Pottapke at Jlma Kr1otWswlancnn ooooooooGooeo Vol IX Fifo cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY C 1007 Dollar a vear No 25 NEWS OF THE WK Forty Nino Minors Probably Killed by Explosion Financial Trouble End lngDig Houston Fire Fortynine men were burled nIt Sunday night by an explosion in n coal mine at Fayctto Cltyla While it Is not sure that all are dead 25 bodies have been recovered and rI hope for any of tho men la hold out There Is now no doubt that the fin ancial trouble Is over for tho Unit being It U still possible that there may bo a labor disturbance following tho money panic but that does not seem likely and It it does not come there will be no very serious hard times for a while The government has decided that there Is uo need for all tho money It started to wend cut and will issue only UtOOOOO of nor tlflcatos much lots than land Low expected FaetorlM and business hcus os In tho Mast and North which shoJI down when the iwulo started arc open tog up again and advertising for men and money has become to plentiful that loan have been made on HM New York Kxelmngu at three per cent which Is about as low as the price ever seta There has been one more tragedy following tho panlo anotlw banker the president oC a Brooklyn Institution why tats bern Indicted or theft and forgery killed himself last Wednesday While the bids for the mOCOWK Panama ennui bonds hal not been awarded at the time thin was written it is known that the issue btu lIMn many times ovemibecrlbtd and that tho price will be considerably aloe those In UM market and much tatter Ulan bud been hoped Mrs Bradley who kiltal Fonstr Drown of Utah was foand not guilty by a jury in Washington Secretary Taffs mother who was ill about the time that he otarttt fur tho Far aI Is now IH a Mriwt condition agate and may not live till ho gets home The Secretary U Mot speeding acres Northern Mia on a train and will roach ft JeUrsbun soon lie will be home la lees then two weeks and when he gets Intel will have been entirely around the world since early In the taU The fighting between Frwteh troops and natives In Northern Africa has broken out again A baud of ftloroe loans attacked awns solitlen in tiger la on last Wednesday and killed eleven men The French then ralllrd and drove the Moroccans off The second of the trials of the lead era of the Western Federation of Min ers for planning the mater of us Oov SlOUHenberK of Idaho has began In Boise City that state The inns now on trial Is George A Pettlbon It is charged that the union Lad 8touh oiiborg hjllwd because he enforced the law against IL The Jamestown Hxi oeltlon elated last Saturday and probably will not bo reopened next year JM HM Dsuggested There bAS been a heavy lose of money for the men running the fait and only about 2500000 have seen Itlena than a quarter M many as attended the 8t Lqufe Fair Judge W W Murray ut ono of the most prominent Republicans in TenneMfe Is dead The Canadian Parliament wa iwnod at Ottawa last Tlmrsdny The Oklahoma IririHlAturr met for Its first awnloii Monday and the new state 1Lnow tiny under tray- The second flotilla of U S fIIrtoo- nnt dMtmrcra left Norfolk fur the Pacific Sunday afternoon Thv battle shill fleet will start from tile conn place about Dec 1- 5LOCAllPTlH FIGHT WON All right Bjlniled People will bo glad to know titfft uentt mnt oftlse sat- eon keeper pt Itlehmond and tholr friends to have another olc tk u held on local optlonniaa finally been der felted Judge Turplrt on Monday dlt missed their petition for suah an elec tlon In Richmond holding that as the city voted dry last Mardi none could h tally be held there fdr throo yearn from that time lite separate petition for a county vote Judgo Turpln also held to bo tnt alb defective because while in tho county as a whole over 26 per cent of tho voters hind petitioned In two pro clncls loss than the 2C per cent had signed t This means that under the law no further attempt can bo made by this wets to reopen tho saloons In Rich mend for three earsTho last peti tion was defeated by Mayor Woods f who published tho names and led o many people to remove their names that tho petition was withdrawn N I THE CITIZEN e A i Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People + KENTUCKY DECEMBER lluatlnadon CiJ H vl sP ls rfi isTio iicu I ia atrsu BOY BURNED TO DEATH 1U S Wyolts Dnby Catches From Open Fire Mother Hurt Trying to Save Him One ot the most pitiful accident of recent yeast near here occurred Tuesday when UM two year old son of U S Wyatt was burned to loath and his mother WM also severely burned In attempting to save him The noddOBt oeonrml in the morn ing Stanley the rattle boy bad been sitting with hta mother In trout of tho hoartli when she west to answer the telephone and then Into the yard to take a messag to her husband When I she went out the little boy Urttd to follow and his slater who WM in theI room Mye that his clothes caught M I he scrambled down from hta obJr The mother hoard a cry M sho WM I port way down the path anti tarnlnf SAW tho child clothes aflame Sit rushed back and started to beat Ue Haines out with her hands bait va own oloUtoft cnught fire und she taft out of tho house Miuttmlng Utr husband had eUrtetl to go in and mother He threw lutrlo the ground literally tore the banting clothes from her anti beat out the tire He then tatted to pick her np and take her to the house not Kaowlng that UM child was afire Just m w turned I jibe moaned The baby Ute baby ussIthe front step with all 1U clotbe banted It WM too late to do anything for the child except to ease lu pain slid K glad shortly after noon The moth er was Dadly burned shoat the laude and had one bad burn on hr body but will recover and U now doing nicely Tho funeral cf the Ilttlo boy wi hold Wednesday afternoon Dr Thom son preaching SevasB BIngere went down anti took part ln ihtt ecfvtcee to ozprese try n way tbe nipath wlilch 1itown feel for Mr Wyatt In h4 Inl1 sorrow big tunnel umlar Lookout moun 1Tile Chattnnoogu Tuna is at alt tha Workmen having mot A point 1000 foal under the hotel on tho Point This tunnel is 8480 feet long and will bo broad enough und I hfgh enough for four tracks to lo laid Far along In tho tunnel a tori- lous obstacle was mot In tho way ot a great cavern which was uo deep that It was found impracticable to ftttompt to till in for tho tracks so a bridge I will bo built across It a feat qUltQ novel in railroading This cavern I runs at right angles to the railroad 181milestunnel Ono never knows himself till he has denied himself L L L r 101 MGM WtttltlUOt IRi10C1JOPf IS blh Dembor t kif t b x Ibtit ianJa CUDM xun anablg fult bpd IA bthatjtearib41 0 w v- 2L 4 CONGRESS MEETS President Sends Important Message Presidential Candidates Getting Ready for FUco The sixtieth Congress of the United States met in Washington Monday and the work of organliaton WM taken up lido mtmngo of Pn Roosvrolt WM sent In oa soon as the House was reedy to receive It and as was ex pasted to one ot the ia ml iitin KuDt public docunMBlsof recent years A full summary of It la given on another page and should be read by nil who want to keep up with the politics of the country In spite of the Important questions which are before tho country it ii Hkoly that there will not be much Im portant legislation during this Domlon Usually OaniroK hesitates to pnInW1 Snit before a prMidtntlal election when they will not hue time to be tried before the olootlon but will 1 give rise to a goal dual of bard talk and may hurt tho party chances t The oABpalcn tor the nomination i for president Fro now on in earnest i Tote Democratic leader hM itrMtkally I Uca chosen nlr dyBT3in but the nubJfoaM have joariy men aey of wftam would be a pretty food audi tlate sod It will be hot worft ohooHtaff iniman and Ute man olocact to UJQ Prwldeat i SeaaCor EtowMr of Ohio nnnowaeod hto candldaey lest wHIr Tlie tenn An1caIrnUroa l rate law hM pvond a hU beIla ett very seriously It may wake i tfBuble for Mr Tart in lids horny state However and that is what it is intend ed to do by tho men whoare righting Taft IjecBuso He Is the Pmldonts frlcnd I Speaker Cannon is also a wellknow Candidate anti ho hau bcoli brought to tho front during tho wbek by the sondlng out oft proclamation addro od to all orgaufccd labor calling on union men to fight him In the organization of Congress Representative John Sharp Williams i was chosen leader by tho Democrats In tho House and Senator Culberaou was chosen In the Sente pie Re publican lodaers are tho eatuj nJi be faro Scrcno J3 Payne of New York in tho Mouse and Senator little of Connecticut in the Senate Senator Culberson of Texas lens been stiggostadto load the Democrat 16 Campaign Committee next year and it is belelved that ho will be chosen in every way Tho opposition to Gov Beckhamaa senator Is growing stronger day by THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE The Presidents message to Congress parts of whichhonestwill reassure them as to the future of the country As was tobe expected of him the new laws he urges are not those he thinks will give relief for a time from our slowlycurethem from coming again The President goes to the root of the matter and shows us the grub that is eating the life out of our national prosperity It is speculation and the quick making- of money rich men at the expense of the rest ofus the wateringof stocks and inflation ofvalues IIHe sayfhe saysHVe will dig up the grub even tho the tree thatIway we tree to go on and grow to the height it should reach That is the attitude of a true manthe kindof a man the American people arc proud of The remedy theIsee nation arc i enforced that no stock is issued unless there is value to pay for it that banks are honestly managed and that one state does not give a corporation the right to steal from other states for a share of the loot as some are now doing The plan will need much workand there will be a fight all the way thru by men who know how to make the worst reasons look ood and the best bad but in the end either the Presidents plan or one that adoptedIn his re putation and his popularity In keeping up his fight on likelythattimes so as to scare the people off from the reforms If this happens it will need the support of all the men who CAN see straight to help the president in his fight for all ofits Every man should read the message to sce what the president docs want and then should decide to stand by him thru thick arid thin no matter what smoothstories his enemies may tell day and tho chances now teem to be that ho will be defeated Ho has only to lose the votes Of four Democrats to loco his chance and two of these have already been reported as hav ing decided to vote against him There la now no doubt If there over has boon that oxGov Dradloy will be the Republican nominee Fortysix of the Republican legislators are pledg ed to him v The President has decided to np point Maurice Uttlvln Collector of In ternal Revenue at Covlngton The Presidents attention was called to Mr Oalvln by Chairman Bruit stud tho appointment will strengthen tho latter In tho state The Republicans have won another point In their contest of the election deImdrcdand tho ease will now go to to the higher court The Democrat are tying to delay the actual trial of the case- IN I OUR OWN STATE French Acquitted at Beattvvllle Loufsvlllev Strike Over Movement fOr al evHotne for Governor f U Milton French who hM been on ttjal In Benttjrfle for the murder of Dr Mftrcmn was acquitted on Thanka1vlng day There Is lid need of conunnt on this lie is vary jubilantover the result of tote and bait that ho is now out o trialI tho coign against him and thatI will lai8to i ay a WK tln he 1M sttUUmva 60000 len JohnAb j nee is still under indictment but U IB HkOly that ho will new 0 o tried bcoaiWQ ho Is generally thought of toI- L tool of Frenohs The tabaeoo war drags on with the trust apparently galnraB n little Sonia tanners htivo sold their tobacco and got tile money for It and there aro other signs that tho society is getting tired Also tho trusthos sent several hundred thousand dollars into I the sotto dnd Is paying cash which J gives It nu advantage over the society t which Is paying in certificates There has been n little trouble but low than for Some weeks past Tho street car strike in Lou 8lIol Was declared off by the mon week and all tried to get their places back About 175 were not able to do BO hdwuvor so that the strike has meant great hardship for them and loss tq all and has done no one ally good Oov Bcckham freed four convicts on Thanksgiving day but their names have not boon made public He seems Jo to have been ashamed of his action None of the prison authorities Would tell who the men were Tho oil prospectors In Indiana art coming south as the northern fields are giving out and are flocking Into Knox Plko Sullivan and Gibson count leg pf that stato which fringe the Ohio river it seems likely that inn few years Louisville may become one of the greatest oil markets in this country Tho movement in this tetato for anew homo for the governor to take thoplaco of tho ramshackle olh build- Ing Whlbli hIs been ued nt Frankfort for 110 years is gaining btrongth nud It is likely that an parfprlatimt vUl be made either during the coining Rewlon of the legislature or during tho next one The special grand jury at London Ky returned an Indictment Saturday against Robert Boyd Jr charging him with the willful murder of James Sparks Judge Falkner declined to sit In the ease and on a writ of habeai eornus tried before Circuit Judge M J Mom Boyd Will admitted to IlIn the sum of 10000 which he prompt ly give and was TtMNd No datER 6UI W for the trial CUries 0 McCIiord recently defeated for Hatlroad OSoimulsIoner1nB botu employed by Oar Deckham at n sal cry of 5000 to coQduct Ute rate cases Against nil railroads operating in Ken tuakyerOPPOSITION FOR EDWARDS There are rumors that there will be oppoaHlon to the rspklectlon of Con gr esmau D O Bdwards next years They do not Seem to have worried Mr Bdward amp at any rate thorela flu doubt that whoever gets tho nomina tion will have the updlvlded support of tho patty and be sure of oledon If Caleb Powers Should be aequltted bo will probably patio strongest oan dldato Others nro James A VTarrener of CJintbn Judge Wallace Jones r l Adair Judge W Scott Smith and for mer State i chairman Jamoa Kewtnnn of Monroe and County Attorney Wal ter FUppln of Wayne THINGS TOV THINK OF Tis wortli a wise mans Vest of life To lesson by a single ono Tho countless lls beneath the sun II Thlnjc the good and not the clover Thoughts aro seeds that grow forever Honest labor has a lovely face What wo gave we have What wa spent wo had What wo leave wo have lost a p j I eoioeoeoeueoeoeoeeaoeoeoeo The Citizen is Growing Rap- Idly Ito Let Your Business g Keep Pace With it By Adver r otlslngooosoeoeoeosoeoeoeCPner One MONEYTALKS What Is Meant by Double Liability of Stockholders There aro three ways in which the law makes auy ono safe who has money in a bank The first thing the law does is to compel the bank to have a large amount of capital or money of its own before allowing it to begin tile busi ness of banking other peoples money r for safekeeping The second way in which the Jaw moneyInset aside ten per cent of its profits every year in a surplus fund which must be saved from year to year to cover any losses the bank may happen to have The third thing the law does is to make every stockholder personally responsible for tho banks dbta up to an amount equal to his interest In the bank For example the capital stock of tho Berea Bank and Trust Company Is fifty thousand dollars its surplus fund Is iriprb than ten thousand dol lars line the law makes the people who own thy banks capital personally responsible for fifty thousand dollars more So that the stockholUers who aro the bank would have to lose all of a hundred and ten thousand dollars before anyone who had loft his money with the bank for safekeeping could lose a penny r As a matter of fact in the whole six years since it began business all the losses of the Berea Bank and Trust t Company have amounted to loss than two hundred dollars or Teas than forty dollars a earIWhen you stop to think that the earnings of the bank for this year are over CIo thousand dollars that the bank has lost leas than forty dollars a year and then remember that the banks capital and surplus amount fsixty thousand dollars and that the combined wealth of tile people who own Its capital and who aro personally responsible for the banks debts Is more than a million dollars then you can begin to realize just how safe a bank tho Berea Bank and Trust Company rosily is There are many advantages in carry ing a bank account and paying all your bills by checks If you are not now doing business with us we invite you to come in and let us tell you more about our business Wo are al ways glad to answer questions Berea Bank Trust Company POWERS CHANCES GOOD 0 Judge and Jury Seem Fair No Dam aging Testimony Yet Introduced Tbe trial of Caleb Powers is now well under way and the plans and strength of the proweutlon are snow pretty well seen It 18 almost cer tale that it has no new evidence against Power and that some cf the ovldpnco it has used before will net to presented On tho other hand Powers hM some new and startling evidence to produce nnd says that when hit turn comes there will bo somethingt doing right away The jury which has been selected Is falter to Jllman 1 any Other that has tried Mm and i while there line been tome fault found with Borne of tho Judges 1uHngsi there Its tevbry sign that thlstrlal will be a pretty fair ono I Tle fury was chosen on Thanksgiv ing Day and the members aro J WrRenakers farmor Democrat OJdvHle G Bi Hlnkle farmer Republlenn Cor Qova 30 plndner painter Htpub HcJin CrIttenden A B Juuett farmer Democrat n Op Colyer carpenter Republican Mt Ziin Bar mItt Franks mamlmnt Doaiocrat 4 WllltanvBto Ti JUIJ A Ollara tugs i t Democrat Wllllarastowh ffi J Marshall farmer Democrat Utunrts vlllo John B RacOj farnrtr Democrat Hooklu Frank See farmer Demo crat Hoakln Thomas Rqblnt on tarn er Republican Cross Roads J L Price Grant County Democrat Four ofthose jurors aro Republican arid ono ot the Democrats said that ho voted for tho Republican candidate for Governor at tho last election The Qbarges of bias made againstY two of tho Republican jurors pnd mentioned last week wore sustained and they wero dropped from the Jury As soon as oho taking of testimony 1 began it was seen that the prose cutiqii was trying to mako the casa as sensational as It could Altho tho defense was willing to admit that 0 the bullet was fired from the windowfi oMho office of tho Secretary of State Coolhmrd on Thlnl rtftl BYYlRHJllR HEiVllY PSSEY LL PYEL87d 47 1l4AtE7tVdCtTl1YJ CHAPTER XVI Continued Tho suite allotted me was at the end of a gloomy corridor I throw open ono of the narrow windows The noisy stream below beating futilely against the walls almost deafened tho voice of the servant as he asked if bo could be of assistance to sue I looked out There was a sheer drop of some CO feetThat fact vaguely disconcerted me Tho words of Dr Starva were a Jarring noto that sobered my excitement When I had dressed I was almost pre pared to find tho massive door of my chamber locked or barred I had en tered the spiders web audaciously enough To escapo might be less simple The dinner was simply but well served In a small dlathg room Had my situation been less serious I might have felt some humor at the elaborate deference shown me by my compan ions for the benefit of the two servants who waited on us Even Dr Starva followed the lead of Madame do Var nlnr In solemn If cynical obedience Dut did Madame do Varnlor believe too so complaisant a fool that like another Bottom I was expected In this modern Midsummer Nights Dream to accept this deference without ques tion Y I became more and more con vlnced that she did not Once she even referred to tho events of the night before In such a manner that 1 believed her not Ignorant of my trne condition If she were persuaded thai I had been acting a part then that would account for her confidence in expecting mo to continue acting that part It would give her encouragement that 1 was the willing tool she looked for And suppose that she really believed that did she think that I expected no reward She had hinted that In sere ing her enda I was to serve myself as well Dut Madame do Varnler was not tho kind of woman to Relievo that a man would bo allured by a promise so vague Then the reward She had protested that sho had not expected me to fall in love with her She had protested that but in the same breath she had confessed a half resolve to bring me to her feet Now as she exerted every charm of coquet ry she was giving the lie to her own words Oh the reward was obvious enough if I chose to take It Wo will smoke our cigarettes in my favorite music room You must hear Dr Starva play on the cello You have had the piano carefully tuned Jacques All is In readiness replied tho servant ns he preceded us with can dIes Dr Starva had pushed back his chair eagerly For the first time since I had met him bis face lost something of its heavy sullen expression My fingers have not the practice he said modestly but to play with Madame de Varnler ah that Is worth whileWo were in the music room that Madame de Varnler had described tome so enthusiastically the day before Dimly lighted with wax candles pan tied in dark oak to the ceiling the floor waxed and polished to a dazzling luster it was a zoom almost bare but it had its melancholy charm There was little furniture At ono end of the room was a row of carved seats built into the wall There wore no pictures or tapestries The one touch of color was the vivid flame of blax t tAg logs Tho strife of the world its lies sad its shams I leave behind when I ester here said Madame do Varnler sentimentally Look I throw open this casement The noisy Aare drowns ray voice Beyond you see the moonlight on the valleys and still beyond the mountains This is your scat Once this was a chapel in these carved scats the monks chanted yes pore In the seat of honor which you occupy drowrod the father superior When you hear the enchanting melodies of Dr Stsrva you will not have lived In vain This hour at least was innocent Perhaps it sons the lull before the storm but why should I look for clouds when theheavlns were clear Tha long darkly paneled room its shining floor seeming to rise and fall mysteriously in the flickering firelight the noisy murmur of tho stream below tho white moonlight that struggled feebly through the casement win dowsall had Its charm And these two adventurers unscrupulous and conscienceless had abandoned them selves for the moment to the Joy of their music- I looked over toward Madame de Varnler The shaded light of the can dies fell on her white shoulders The splendor of hr beauty had never seemed more sffductlve I asked myself incredulously It this dreaming womun was UIQ desperate adventuress wcora Locke had warned toe against Slowy she looked where 1 sat I p seemed to draw her eyes toward tee She smiled vaguely a mile that was adorable yea I could almost persuade aayself that It was the smile of aa iMoee girt For a moment I vu ea- ti content to forget the unpleasant task that was before me to Invest even the monster by her sldo tq the garb of humanityTho who had shown me tom rooms appeared at the door let ters on his salver I held up my hand warningly to him that he should not disturb them and motioned that ho bring the letters to me Ho did DO without either of the musicians notic ing his entrance The sonata of Beethoven swept to- Ils glorious climax I started to my feet to take the letters to Madame do Varnler But without a pause Dr Starva began a tender romance The woman satat the piano her hands falling idly to her lap- Again sho smiled across the room at me But now it was no longer spontaneous The lips held something of that Indefinable cruelty of that woman of the Renaissance made famous by Da Vinci I frowned i I refused to meet that smile Then as I looked down deliberately I felt myself turn pale A shudder convulsed me I was gazing in horror at an tn Over Letter velope that bore the interdicted stamp of Bulgaria tho deathmask Did she know the ghastly signifi cane of that double stninp Was she one of the desperate band that had doomed Ferdinand I resolved to play a hazardous experiment I would thrust that stamp un der her des without warning Consummate actress though she was she would find it difficult to repress a tremor If she were guilty Dr Starvas head was still pent ton ingly over his cello I reached tho piano without disturbing him- I placed the letters in front of Madame de Varnler the envelope that bore the deathmask on the top of the little pile I watched her closely She took the letters carelessly in her hands The stamp at once ar rested her attention She regarded it with a frank curiosity She even called my attention to it It is one of tho now issue she whispered so as not to disturb Dr Starva and continued to sort her lets tersI was almost convinced Of her tune ounce but not quite I had yet my experiment to play She bad opened one of the letters and was engrossed in its contents As for Dr Starva he was lost to the worldI envelope that bore tho mysterious symbol and placing it In such a manner that the deathmask could be most easily seen by the wom an I began to trace tho likeness of Prince Ferdinand meanwhile watch lag her latently Her letter was short Its meaning had excited her strangely For some time she was regardless of my action flat presently she followed the mo tions of ray pencil as I traced the eyes closed in death tile drooping mouth and the gaping ntlll ray pencil moved slowly but carttully over the features ot UM r doomed prince I began to think I must be moro explicit after all And then her hands fell lifeless on tho keys Tho crash echoed discord antly in the empty room Dr Starva looked up In angry surprise Madame do Varnler had fainted Dr Starva shuffled rapidly to her side ho shook her shoulder Sophie I Sophie he cried and then he saw the letter and its stamp Ills taco was suddenly distorted Ills hairy hand closed over the letter She hold it rigid even in her uncon sciousness Ho unbent her jeweled fingers with cruel strength Now ho looked at me with the suspicion and hate of a savage beast brought to bay How much do you know his blaz ing eyes asked And If I do know mine answered Slowly Madamo do Varnler opened her eyes Equally anxious Starra and myself watched her recover conscious ness I was quite convinced now that sho had not been aware of the significance of that stamp The horror that had deprived her of her reason for the time being proved that Tho fierce haste with which Dr Starva had snatched the letter from her lifeless hand and had concealed it bore out my conviction Then it my surmises were correct would aho communicate to Dr Starva her newly acquired knowledgeit ho heat I think and the fatigue of the Journey were the first words she spoke I heard them with relief Beyond question she wished to conceal from Starva that she had seen the deathmask Whether ho was satisfied with her reasons was less certain Ho paced the length of the room his head bent in thought his intertwined fingers moving agitatedly betrayed his con cern Madame de Varnler carefully IHI Hairy Hand Closed the the wound avoided my gaze and played Idly But I noticed that if Dr Starva had been enraged that the had seen the letter with Its deathmask Madamo do Var nler was anxious that be should not know of the existence of the letter that had excited her It had fallen to tho floor When his back was turned she had stooped swiftly and placed it in the bosom of her dress Was the letter she was so careful to hide from him merely personal Or was its message of moment If so If it were concerned with the strange pItmrantthatI welcomed such a possibility That fact might simplify my own action At least it showed that Madame da Varnicr was not abjectly the creature of this infamous scoundrel The strained situation was happily relieved by the entrance Jftho serv ant who had brought in the letters InstlncUvely the three of us assumed a certain unconcern as is the manner of the world before servants lIe brought a card to Madame de Varnler She took it from the salver quietly but her hand trembled as she read tho name engraved on it We had all three heard that name before Its crisp AngloSaxon nomenclature gave ono the impression of a strong dogged personality that pur sued and yet pursued Captain Reginald Forbes That was the name she read tn a low voice CHAPTER XVII Captain Forbes Intrudes There was a silence lasting several seconds Panic WBo written on both their faces Evidently they had looked for ho such Intrusjon as this above all for no visitor so inconvenient as the kings messenger They had con fidently counted on a clear field for the execution at their plan That they should have bees traced to the chateau so easily and so quickly threw them into consternation Dr Starva was the first to recover Ills prepuce of mindWhom docs ho wish to see this time ho demanded harahly Ho asks for his Excellency the English ambassador replied tho serv ant looking at me askance Out II bo is engaged or not well ho is anx lous to speak with madam At first I was surprised that the man had not brought the card direct ly to myself It was strange that hi should Ignore mo it ho had been given to understand that I was Sir Mortimer Out If ho wero In the confidence ol Madamo do Varnler he would do pro cisely that- Frankly tho coming of Captain Forbes at this time wan a surprise scarcely leas disagreeable for mo than for them Tomorrow or the day after ho would have been perhaps only too welcome Out now tho Intru sion was premature It Interfered with my own plans as well as theirs Moro than that I could have wished myself In a position to forewarn him to explain my tactics It looked as il I were again In danger of being caught redhanded in a criminal deception Moro than ever would Captain Forbes be convinced that I was one of the conspirators If he discovered at this moment that I was not Sir Mortimer Tho man and woman convened together excitedly In a barbaric tongue Dr Starva it was evident was vehe mently advocating some pln Madame do Varnicr opposing It But the shock to which she had been subjected previous to tho coming of Captain Forbes had loft her unstrung almost apathetic Hitherto the man had bees sulkily subservient to the woman now his animal strength fought for the ascendency Ho was brushing away her agitated protests It was he who commanded tho MrvantIShow this armory I shall ace him myself Again he spoke fiercely to Madame do Varnicr She listened to him in silence her eyes cast down Ho strode to the door stood there a moment hesitating then left tho room shutting the door behind him Madamo de Varnfer remained where he had left her trembling violently her hands covering her face This was my opportunity to appeal to the woman and not tho adventuress I took her unresisting band and led her to ono of the carved scats Madamo do Varnicr It Is a deeper ate game you aro playing I said sternly yet gently I dont know what tho stakes are but you are not going to win them A whlto hand clung to my coat sleeve Why do you say thatr shill cried staring at mo with affrighted eyes I pointed silently to the curd she still held in her hand There is one factor to be reckoned with Sho tossed her head in defiance Dr Starva has reckoned with him al ready my friend Perhaps not in the best way but effectually at least And the other Well there is myself She smiled on me wanly If you were an enemy that might be more se rious I admit But I have reckoned with you You aro to be my friend You aro to help me That remains to be seen Out the third and most serious factor is treach ery I added quietly My Oodl Treachery Do you trust Dr Starva absolutely Dare you tell mo that the death mask had as little meaning for him as for you until I showed you that sig nificance 1 But you understood its meaning as well as he Who are you that you should have this knowledge I know perhaps moro than you think Madame do Varnior It is incredible sho cried passion ately that I tho Countess Sarahoff should be in the dark whllo an Amen scan tourist The name had slipped out in her an ger she bit her lips Oh you need feel no consternation I might have called you by that same several hours ago Since you know so much she said In bitter disgust perhaps you know tho service I expect to ask of you I might make a shrewd guess at even that She sank back her fingers inter locked supporting her head She remained some time in gloomy thougbt Suddenly a door slammed I heard a faint shout a tramping at feet Then there was quiet again I glanced at my companion She was listening intently her hands clutching the carved arms of the seat Dab I think I am a hysterical schoolgirl She shrugged her about derv in selfcontempt Say that you know everything monsieur so much tho better It will save the trouble of explaining on the morrow For I shall go on with my plan There is danger yes but I have expected danger It is too lato to retreat I have risked anon a single throw I shall win Say that there is treacheryI shall know how to deal with It He Is not India pensabc Yes my friend I have a plan that cannot fall You are mistaken I said obsLuate IyIYour plan will fall because If Dr Starva Is not necessary to its success I am And 1 You will perform the servlc 1 shali ask of you I hope I trust that you will do this service gladly Not for myself perhaps but that you RUU bring happtnesfc md peace to a dowsj trodden peopleTO CONTINUED Ago does not make in childish sl some say It JfDaUItrcl elihdrpLi teethe nnnuWATER HEATER FOR HOGS Contrivance Which Will Mike Water ing of Animals Easy Warming water for hogs Is usually a difficult proposition but this kind of a heater makes It much less so Fig 1 Is IxG foot made of plank Tho hogs drink from n small trough which ox tends from 9 Inches to 1 foot out on either silo of the main body of the tank Lids are devised so that the wator may bo covered at night and Fig 1Heater Complete heat saved Fig 2 shows skeleton frame of 2x4 to which plank Is nailed tightly To heat tho water In tho small outer troughs a thin sheet of galvanized metal or tin Is nailed to a 2x2 as shown at GI and also to the Inside of the lower plank In tho main tank A hole Is bored through the central 2x4 as shown at 11 to which Is attached a valve to automatically regulate the flow of the water from tho tank to tho trough Two pieces of galvanized metal each 1x2 feet from tho Fig 2 Metal Front back of the small trough When a fire Is built In the heater placed In tho main tank the water surrounding the heater becomes warm and this In turn as It comes in contact with the galvanized metal heats the water In the outer trough Of coursd when there Is much water being used the automatic valve lets warmed water in tho trough We think says tho MU nourl Valley Farmer anyone at all handy with carpenters tools can matte this In a comparatively short time MILK AND POTATOES Cook tho Latter for the Young Pins to Get Beat Results The value of cooked potatoes as a food for young swine Is not so gen orally understood as It should bo When the young pigs have been taught to drink separated milk with shorts in It it will be well to add somo boiled potatoes to tho food if farmers havo alot of small unmarket able potatoes wo know no better use for them than this Tho potato part of the diet may bo added when tho pigs are from four to five weeks old tnd should bo fed them In a place apart from the dam After weaning the same diet nay tfo continued for several weeks longer with great ad vantage In fact It can be continued If the milk Is available all through the period of growth of the anImaL Little pigs are very fond of this food and ono can readily sea that It is in good balance as the milk and shorts aro flesh forming foods that produces tho famous Irish bacon on tho right kind of hogs In feeding It Is a good plan to mix the feed for each meal as it is needed otherwise especially If this plan of feeding Is carried on throughout the year tho milk may tour or the shorts ferment Potatoes are grown easily and abundantly and there are always sure to bo a good many culls that can be turned to excellent account this way VALUE OF SHEEP MANURE It Is Worth More Than Double That of Ordinary Manure As a result of chemical research it has been ascertained that 38 pounds of sheep manure are equal In the amount of plant food contained to 100 pounds of ordinary farmyard manure This difference In richness Is due to several facts Flat sheep manure is richer in nitrogen or more properly speaking nitrogenous substances than the excrement of any other farm animal It is not particularly rich in ammonia but on the other hand con talus more phosphate than the droppings of fowls or the commercial guano which has attained such a popularity as a fertilizer in the eastern states Although at the present high price of mutton and wool shcup will under most circumstances prove prof liable without counting the manure yet this Is an item which can hardly be overlooked This is especially true In the older farming communities where the lack of plant food Is becom lag very apparent Better still II given a chance to range the sheep will scatter the manure over a large amount of land and there to nothing that will help build up the lost resources ota piece of wornout land sc quickly or easily as a bunch of sheaf 9 THE FEET OF HORSES Should Be Given Attention from Colt hood Up The horses feet should be given at tention from his birth Trim thorn Into shape with pinchers which aro provided fqt this purpose using rasp or knife to finish up with Somo hoofs are Inclined to be ono slded This can be corrected by trimming If you want to keep your horses limbs and shoulders sound you must tako good care of his foot and keep them In good condition Scratches generally nrlso from allowing tho feet to remain wet over night The skin over the heel cracks and causes great pain Tim best cure Is prevention Farmers frequently injure horses feet before they get them shod says the Indiana Farmer As a rule thoy take up the colt to work him at about throe years old Ho Is generally tl en as nature formed him with souVl feet and plenty of hard hoof to pts toot the Joint In the Inside of tho foot and with also plenty of knee and shoulder action As a rule a colt la too young to shoo at this ago If lift could do without It but It you use him as n general purpose horse over time hard roads you are compelled to shoo him this being tho rose I bOo love the colt should bo shod while ho luau n good foot to shoe before it becomes footsore while ho bas plenty of hard hoof to nail the shoo to and good knee and shoulder action A great many farmers neglect this and use the horse until his feet are worn ort which IN n sad mistake Another point Dont let the shoes stay on too t long No shoo should stay on a Koran longer than eight weeks In that time they should be taken off and reset to the feet THE FARM ANIMALS Turnips aro good to feed to the stock also a good crop to add humus to the soil Sheep grate clever than cattle and therefore should not be crowded Into tho same lot with them They chew oft tho grass so short that tho cattle cannot get a good nibble Live stock is gradually being housed In better quarters Farmers aro find ing out that It pays to have sanitary and well ventilated barns Iced the cows all they can rat It they do not pay a profit on this Invest mont sell the cows and buy others that will Thero Is no economy in try Ing to save teed If It becomes necessary to buy new animals for the dairy herd got those which aro fresh this fall A tall cow generally pays larger dividends than one which Is fresh at any other tlmo of tho year An animal may bo Judged to a cer thin extent by Its hair The one with scraggy hair Is generally a poor beast and Its nature Is generally vicious and mean WEIGHT OF CATTLE Simple Way In Which It Can Be Ac curately Estimated A simple way to determine tho weight ot cattle has been suggested by a breeder who raises shorthorns In tho middle west Ills Instructions aro as follows You measure the girth close behind the shoulders and tho length from the forepart of the shoul der blade along tho back to the bono M Iho tall which Is In a vertical lint with the buttock both In feet Multiply tho square of girth expressed In feet by five times the length and dl vide tho product by SI the quotient the weight nearly of tho four guns ters In imperial stones of 14 poundS I avoirdupois p Hero Is an example If the girth bo 7 feet and tbe length 6V4 feet one will have GxG36 and Gx5 3GV4 then 36x20Vi 045 and this divided by 91 gives 45 stone exactly However In very fine cattle the four quarters will bo about onotwn tieth more while In those ot n very lean state they will be onetwentieth tell than the weight obtained by the above rule I A RATPROOF CORN CRIB One Men Who Thinks He Has Built One sThero Is one reader who has buljt va ratproof crib that not eveR the every day field worker has fallen The RatProef Clb 1 from grace on My crib has been la i use four fCAraBd narry rat writes a correspondent of tho Breeders Ga zette I have eightinch square blocks upper corner knocked off and a iiI pound lard can Inverted over them 1 use od the blocks a 4x10 Inch sill with kj twoInch flooring laid tight I run a band of galvanized Iron two feet in width all around as an extra precau tdoorstep to crib door A colt that will ultimately sell far L 4200 and which costa only 100 is tr raise is a very profitable Inveatmaat T fJ T WANT FLOWERSRICHMONDKlnli Cut ALERTISrddlua d + 46 The Porter Drug Co Itdaoaros ran PHONE 12 BEREA KY h4 +ho- sosososososososoeosososososososoeosososososososoeoso 0 0 ierea and Vicinity So 0 iO e GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- S i0 0 sososososososou0eososososo Harry CoddIngton who Is employed by the Nortolk and Western In testing townltorelbtei and Is being warmly welcomed J I by his many old friends hero free Taylor of Kentucky Wcsleyan spoke In Uio Union Church Sunday morning and In the Chatwl Sunday night on tho work of the Antl Saloon League of this stale Ho made forceful addresses acalnst tho saloon evil nnd collected 11110 to aid tho work of tho League Frank Llvcngood tho assistant cashier of tho floret flank and Trust Company arrived Monday night from Ohio with Ida brldo of a tow days ft Is needless 4o say that tho couplo are being warmly welcomed nnd heartily congratulated A fine girl was born on Thanksgiving Day morning to James n Haker who Is working for the College Both mother and child are doing well On Parents Day In tho Modal Schools lad tho Saturday afternoon following tho Ptrarido Industries De partment will have an oxtilbltlan n collection of oovorlldi from Mr Wm Wade of near 1llUburg Pa This odl lootlon has been Gathered by him front every state In which tho weaving Industry U still known to be earned on It Is a very valuable and Inter esting collection and will be on exhi bition In Np 30 Industrial Dulldlng Mr Ited lllngbara oarae to town for qvar Thanksgiving Day and was LII enthusiastic rooter for tho town team at the football game Mr Malono who has had tubercu losis In one foot for suveral years lias had It removed by Dr Davis nnd Is In tho hospital rccovorln If you have not renewed your sub scription see tho ad on tho last page Our now premiums aro as good bar gains as you can get anywhere Mako your choice and scud In your renewal todayTho Conversation Club will meet nt Mr Ulcrlys Friday night Tho subject lbllltleslIwill discuss only tho arguments In fa vor of tho method feeling that tho subject la too large to be covered nt ono time Mr Will Hanson a son of Samuel O Hanson and a well known bualnoia man of Lexington kuat tho hospital hero where ho came for an operation by Dr Cowley WestjI y day night A pretty llttlo edition of a new story by Mrs Elizabeth Embreo Rogers whom almost everybody hero knows and loves liar just bden completed at the College Printing Office and la The Family Physician The best medicines in the world cannot take the place of the family physician Consult him early when taken ill If tho trouble is with your throat bronchial tubes or lungs ask him about taking i Ayers Cherry Pectoral Then take it or nor as he says ormoluIto Indigos tlon constipation dizzy spellsthese are some of the results of an Inactive liver Ask dour doctor If he endorses t Ayers Pills these cases The dose one pill fit bedtime Had by the J 0 JLyor Co Xowll Man I t sososososososososososoeososnow of the delightful love story Is laid In tho Kentucky Mountains and the look makes an unusually dainty und attractive Christmas Girt Mrs S 0 Mason Is expecting that Prof Mason who organized the Col logo Forestry Department nnd is now working for tho government will spend tho holidays with hur hero Ho Is soon to go to Washington and she expects him to stop over on the way After his visit they will go to Wash ington together for an Indefinite stay Lack of money has forced the College to abandon Its plane for laying water mains down Contort Tho hard timed have largely stopped the now of gifts to the school from Eastern friends and it has become hard to moot neeesvary axponeoe and Impos sible to carry on any eitoMlon Miss Carrie Barge of Delaware 0 a worker In the Items mission field for tho M K Church will have charge of the next meeting of the Womans Missionary Society of the Union Church which will be held at the homo of Mrs W Q Gamble next Wed nesday Doa 11 at 300 p m A cordial Invitation is extended to all ladles InlorMted In tide work Leonard Sponco was in Illolimond MondayWalter Dulled is visiting home talks Mis Laura Creech spent Thanks giving with her father and mother nt Cartersvillo Ilornstadtanrived t I Miss Oar Miller visited homo folks tho latter part of tho week I W F Kldd and W D togsdon wore in Richmond Monday on business I Mr Thomas McGulrq and family of Rockoastle aro visiting Mr RobertI McQuIro this week Mrs Grover Flab of Paris Ky Is I visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S E Welch Mr J P Dlckncll and family left Tuesday morning for Hazel Green Ky to make their future home tlwrc Mr XJIckncll has been In business nt this place for a number of years and wo aro eorry to have him go away I Mr and Mrs Stanley Frost and Mr and Mrs Gamble spent last Friday In RichmondMrs Durdctto who Is visit- Ing her daughter Mrs Nettle Mann will return homo tho latter part o this week- Miss Flora Harrison of Richmond visited relatives In Dcrca loot week Miss Dora Shadoln will return ta Dorca to enter school in tho winter termMrs Ellen Ramsey and liar Oaughlci Ida left Tuesday for a months visit with her father Mr Johq Lucas In OklahomaaanSOSORe5Osoioolo5OOSDso O o i College Items i0- o 0 HERE AND THERE 0- o o a o5Ol505osososososososo1oProf natl the latter part of last week Prof W A Cook delivered the Monday lecture last Monday his sub- Ject belsuj Making Arrangements to Do Without Tho Y M C A had a very goad meeting Sunday night with A M Ross as leader The subject was Mis alone PI Epsllon PI society Is to give an open meeting In chapel Friday night All other societies have been invited to attendThanksgiving passed very pleasant with a good dlnnorat Ladles Hall an Interesting football game IriJtho fitter I ntxm and laot of all a general social In tho chapel at night Every student seemed to havo a jolly good time Prof Mannlx accompanied by Prof Edwards Carl Kirk and some others Sunday went Into tho country where Prof Mannlx gave the lecture of- Ten Nights In a Bar Room In the Blue Lick church house Several of tho students went homo for Thanksgiving Tim College Athletic Association ha decided to grant to leading athletes In both football and baseball tho right to wear a blue B on their white sweaters and orders havo been sent for thirteen to bo given to tho bOla who distinguished themselves in football this year Before receiving this right a man must have played in three Intercollegiate games but for this purpose a game of tho state championship series is counted as two Tho boys who got their B for this falls work aro Powers Eastman Mecse Swopo Clark Marsh Caldwell Kirk Wheeler Lunsford Logan C Flanory and Gamble Prof J W Dinsmore is spending a short tlmo with Mr J H Little of Bristol Tenn I MRFROSTS THANKSGIVING CU Lextngton Ave Now York City- Thanksglvlnr Day Dear Friends of Bcrca If I were to mile letters to the friends I think of very often there would bo little time left for work and so I content myself with a gen eral letter unsatisfactory as that it Early In tho fall wo planned to take Edith and Cleveland and spend Thanksgiving with relatives In Con necticut and Mr Frost was to preach the sermon Ediths Illness compelled a modification of plan Mr Frost and Cleveland went yesterday to celebrate with tho relatives I went out to the hospital this morning and spent the day with Edith and had my dinner en a tray all by myself I would visit awhile through tho window then go in and get warmed and rested for another visitMost of my Thanksgiving Days have been spent under moro Ideal conditions yet I havo been happy and thankful all day Coming up tyonvtho station this evening I was overtaken by the thought This Is the first time in my life that I have found myself alono Thanksgiving evening away from everybody Then there came to my mind tho story of tho old lady Who was asked Do you live all alone in that little house yonder Yes she said with a cheerful nod Mo and Jesus When I reached my room I found your bundle pf Thanksgiving letters Suddenly the room was full of real but Invisible people rind I am enjoying their society very much Tho letters are on their way to Boston where they will overtake Mr Frost tomorrowWo both well and are keeping up our courage though prospects are not the brightest Such work is always hard and thl1l fall more so than usual The answer of a plucky little boy often gives mo fresh courage Someone said to him Johnny ybu cant swim What would you do it you should fall into tho lake John ny replied Why Id Just wlgglo and wiggle and keep on wiggling until somebody came after me Wo are stopping at a delightful place BO much better than any hotel tho Bible Teachers Training School conducted by Dr W W White After being In the rush and din of the street It Is so restful to come among peoplefaa wo stepped from this great noisy city Into a little piece of tho Bcrca world With loving thoughts for all Sincerely yours Ellen Frost SPECIAL NOTICE f Till further advised all who bring this notice can get a trip to Richmond and return and the best set of teeth that can be made all for 800 The same terms anply to all who have over 500 worth of dental work done In buying Railroad ticket take receipt for money for the round trip fare and the re ceipt will be taken as cash All work guaranteed to be first class in livery respect and to give good satisfaction Only best class of materials used I DR V H HOBSON DENTIST i 1PaoNENo2 Richmond Ky 10 POWERS CHANCES GOOD Continued from Pint Page the prosecution insisted In dragging in all tho old testimony as to tho course ot the bullet and so forth and wasted much time When it came to tho at tempt to prove a conspiracy the weak ness of the prosecution became clear Only ono of tho witnesses introduced last week mentioned Powers name lieswas so his testimony was helpful to Powers Judge Morris has excluded parts of tho testimony of Dr Welch Ben Mar shall and Col Bennett II Young Gov Taylors name was brought into the case for tho first tlmo by the Rev 1 W Hampton Tho main effoA of tho prosecution so far has been to show that Powers was connected with the socalled mountain army Judge Black of Barbourvllle was the strong est witness against Powers and ho indicated that both Powers and Charley Flnloy were connected with the army Ono Interesting story of the week was that Frank Cecil ono of the Wit nesses against Powers had disappeared after telling several of the prosecuting lawyers that he had been offered 2000 and a pardon to leave the state till after the trial The story would havo been worth more If Cecil had been a more Important witness TOWN 6COLLEGE 0 Hard Thanksgiving Day Football Game Won by Welchs Head Work Teams Evenly Matched The football gamo won by the town from tho College team on Thanksgiv ing day was as was expected the closest and hardest fought on the local field this season and all who went were well repaid Tho town team wpn by C to 0 but this docs not represent tho relative strength of the two teams as tho College really outplayed the town thru a largo part of the game and the towns victory was due to the fine head work of John Welch tho captain and quarterback Both teams showed lack of training and were unable to make any good gains by straight football The Col lego worked the forward pass for gains twice nnd tho onside kick onco but other times when these plays were tried there was a heavy loss so that I tho total was not favorable The interference on end runs was very poor and runners were often thrown for losses The town teams line was also too tough for tho College men to open On the other hand while the town team could almost always make short gains either thru the College lino or around tho end It could not get enough for first down and was unable to use the forward pass to advantage because of tho fast playing of the College ends Altogether the teams wore so evenly matched that tho quarter backs headwork decided it Tho touchdown was the most sensa tional play of tho game Tho College had regained the ball after a fumble almost on its own goal line and should have punted out of danger but instead tried an onslde kick which failed tho town getting the Gallon tho eight yard line Two line plunges gave only four yards and It became evident that no score could bo made that way Everyone was expecting a run around tho right end but Welch passed the ball for a crIss- cross pass and It went to Cantleld to carry around tho left Welchs block Ing of two men got CanfIeld around without and trouble Welch kicked goalThis was early In the cccond halt and the rest of tho gamo was an effort on tho part ot tho college to do something and on the part ot the town to delay matters till time was out Tho town seemed greatly encouraged by its success however and kept tho ball in college territory most ot the time Once Welch got near enough to try n drop kick but failed because ot the bad ground Again when the college kicked out from its goal lino ho made a fair catch and tried goal but this too failed by a narrow margin Two sensational runs were made one by Logan a college back and the other by Thomson for the town Lo gan got tho ball at the end ot the first half and carried It seventy yards till finally ruin ouloC bounds It Is claimed that ho went out much earlier In his run but tho halt was called as ho was thrown nnd this point was not settled Thomsons run was for about fortyflvo yards carrying back the ball after a punt lIe would have got by for a touchdown if his foot had not slipped TIlE MAYFLOWER The Mayflower shoo advertised by Mrs S R Baker in this Issue has the same sterling qualities of 4ts his tone namesake which carried our forefathers LOSTA black cape with hood on or near Narrow Gap last Sunday Finder please leave af Narrow Gap schoolhouse j r- c I A New Grocery Store t- bCLARVKS A M CLARK has bought the store of J M Green and will continue in same line with better stock new and best in town 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western man has Invented a bottle that cannot be refilled Now let the geniuses devote themselves to invent a bottle that wont need to be refilled A Chester Pa man dreamed that he was being robbed and when he woke up he found that his dream had come true Still that wasnt much of a triumph Doubtless DAnnunzlos Impression that he will not die until 1909 is re sponsible for his having ordered a motor car with a speed of 80 miles an hour New Zealand hIs ceased to be a colony and is now a dominion The way we heard It was that New Zea land primarily was a spawning ground for magazine articles A New York clerk went on a two days vacation and his substitute dig covered that he had embezzled 9000 Hero Is further evidence that there Is no rest for the wicked Every man knows himself better than anybody else and should not be Inflated or depressed by the praise or censure of anyone standing firm on his sterling truthful charactery It is said that a good way to ward off seasickness la to hold a looking Class In front of the face We know some men whom that treatment would make sicker than ever the sea could do Andrew Carnegie has declined to furnish a library for Berlin but he might offer a medal for those heroes who refrain from singing the Stein Song in American summer gar dens Automobile danger signals are be ing put up in towns near New York to protect children A few of the right size for adults suggests the Springfield Republican would not be amiss either a A Kansas editor says his idea of luxnry is a pair of suspenders for each pair of trousers he has Au Ohio editor says his idea of It is to have more pairs of trousers than he has suspenders 1 Tbo nBar association tabled Indefinitely a resolution de daring that the unwritten law Is the word of God thereby administering a severe shock to excitable gentlemen dad professional pistoltotem a Prof Larkin astronomer says that marriage for life Is a great crime He knows he Is right because 1800 Intelligent women whom be asked about It told him so Also ho probably read the answer In the stare I I There Is one inlet In the Pac- UioIocean where the conventional term the sliver sea Is absolutely Inap proprlate just now At the mouth of tho Santa Clara river California the water has a bright golden hue owing to the presence of tens of thousands of floating oranges These are not tbe flotsam of washedout orchards but were deliberately thrown Into the river from the great packing houses in the Sespe neighborhood The crops are so large that only the best oranges ate worth keeping isatNow least legally Pat Bible for an Englishman to marry his deceased wifes sister British clergy men are evidently afraid of a rush ot such marriages They need have no such anxiety Where ono such mar riage occurs a hundred other brothers and sisters by law will tw found to regard such alliances with the same t degree of distaste that tie clergymen do not because of the dogesof coq theylcaow w iuterirttU t ruptr 3 urtupiiq u Natinual Emtsrmtr By DR NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER Pretldent Columbia University The American people nrc awakening to a national consciousness in which public and business morals an placed on the same basis as those of the individual Look at the advance Americans have made in that direction see how the attitude ot the people toward their public men and business ethics has changed When this country was having its great loom from 1810 to say 1873 there was such n rapid growth of natural resources so many opportunities for making fortunes quicklyand so ninny cliancos for overreaching and cupidity that less thought was given to the ethical side of public nnd business life U became a habit to ynOli I Its busi ness =something quite apart from the rules of private ethics So it is with some pf the mcn whose IISillltJ methods are now being held up to public criticism They believe that they came into their for tunes by fair mean They say We did in our day what was the custom then in business life We may have played the game shrewdly but nil our associates dii the same We were like other mcu For iftis reason people of today may not give sufficient weight to the fact that nil this is changed Thieve men were honest so far as that code went But wo have set up a different and n higher code The business tactics that were permitled then are looked upon as unethical Indny We have advanced and advancing have changed onr attitude toward life This fact true of business is even more applicable to the personal habits and morals of public imsn Their weaknesses irregularities anti sometimes n positive immorality were condoned in the early history of the country Such excuses would not be permitted for an instant today Scandals even reached so high in the scale of oflicial life that one of them led to an impeachment of n member of the cabinet Can you imag ine Secretary Taft for example on trial for selling a post tradcrshipj Can you imagine President llooscvclt with the personal habits of some of the earlier statesmen No such men would bo intolerable in public life today Ours arc higher standards we hue a more exacting code of public ethics LtnttrltQtiti r1t5Ilip By REV WLLLIAM GARDAM Detroit Dy With the augmented life and knowledge the enlargement of world consciousness the rlosci neighborhood not onh of the present but of nil the past that has moiU us we would suppose that something like world citizenship would characterize our own time we would be disposed to argue that the vast gains of modern life would make life itself very much larger and richer that the modern citizen would shed much of the militant insular citizen ship of the past and would stand fur something like univmal citizenship And yet the peculiarity of our modern day is that the great gaina nnd enrichments of life havenot wrought correspondingly larger man or larger citizenshiprOur modern citizenship is neither broad nor generous nor cnljgbt cnod in any measure proportionate to the general enlightenment and enrichment of the world we live in Indeed marked phase and quality of our presentday life is rather the tendency to emphasize race separation and race hatred The Hague conference just concluding lias revealed this The modern principle of the augmentation of naval and military armaments reveals this There are some six nations of the modern world and these the most advanced who keep the closest and most jealous eye each on the other nnd if one of these powers lays down battleship the others immediately proceed to lay down bigger one Germany was never so insular so nationally insular Armed to the teeth she has her scouts abroad and her war machines trained to the finest readiness Ger runny is German to the core and slecpJ if she sleeps nt all in Ker armor And this is true of France of Russia and in measure also of England notwithstanding her wide empire of colonies The United States has had peculiar training in broad citizenship and yet wo have coined in very recent times that narrowest of nil national cries My country night or wrong my country The trade policies of the world today indicate the same narrowing anti limiting ofjhn content of modern citizenship The fear of our own immediate time expressed in the alarming phrase The yellow peril is revelation of this same thing Tbo greatest peril of the modern world is in hardened jiniT hardening nationalism in that rite hatred which reveals itself in so many hitter and threatening ways in the life the trade the politics and the religion even of this modern life Of all nations the United States is freest and least hampered either by tradition or geographical crowding to show this world of our own time morn excellent way yTho best citizenship is found not in n hardened militant nationalism but in tho recognition that Gods world is very big world and that there is room and liberty and safety for every man tttittg tilt iltlit artREV GEORGE LLOYD D DM St Loul a a a a a a a a a a n a Lire is more than happiness Hisnot to lie considered as having value save as it may gird us better for our tasks and give us courage and inspiration in its activi ties Living along tho line of least resistance and yielding to inclina tion is a prostitution of life Life is not an acquiescence a floating with the stream going with the current It is aggressively facing the world and its forces that progress is made The best of life is what has been won in fho sen e of enduring or wrestlingor suffering or sacrificing for a principle nnd in a higher sense for the truth and love of Christ Tfie conquest of sin in us the angerimpatienceof tho gate But it is haul work and may require a Jong time After all there is only one way of victory over evil and that iE by an overcoming good To oppose evil with evil is pandemonium perpetual Evil has never yielded to evil fn the sense of owning defeat But itcai be overcomes J AT MADISONS HOME PRESIDENT TAKES A THANKS GIVING DAY TRIP FAMILY REUNION LATER Secretary Taft Celebrates on His TrainAmerican Society In Lon don Has Its Usual Banquet Washington President Roosevelt spent Thursday at the old home of President Madison near Montpelier Va This trip was taken In variation of the custom of the president which has been to go to his country homo at Pine Knot Va on Thanksgiving day With him wore Mrs Roosevelt Mr and Mrs Longworth Ethel and Quen tin Roosevelt The president was par ticularly interested In visiting the tomb of President Madison and ro manned near It for some time Upon reaching home carriages were taken and all were driven to tho White House Their Thanksgiving dinner was tho occasion for a family reunion Mr and Mrs Longworth ro maining at the White Mouse Taft Celebrates on His Train Ufa European Russia On board the train bearing Secretary Taft and his party to Moscow toasts wcro drunk Thursday to President Roosevelt and Emperor Nicholas In honor of Thanksgiving the Russian patron gers presented an elaborate cake to the American secretary of war beAr- Ing Russian and American flags Mr Taft was toasted as tho next president ot the United States and said that ho accepted In behalf ot who over might bo selected Mr Tafts train crossed the frontier at noon local tlmo- Thanksgiving In London London Whltolaw Reid the Amor lean ambassador spoke optimistically of the financial outlook and Field Marshal Sir George Stuart White oulo glzed President Roosevelt In tho warmest terms at tho Thanksgiving dinner of tho American society Thurs day night That the financial depres sion was felt among the AmeriCAns In England was shown by the attendance at tho banquet whlch was the small est In several years Three hundred guests participated compared with 400 at last years banquet The presi dent of tho society Cot Mlllard lion sicker was absent and IL Newton Crane a former president presided Feast and Dance In Vienna Vienna The American colony celebrated Thanksgiving day with a banquet which was followed by n dance Among tho notable guests were Prots Polltzcr and Objrstelner of Vienna university both of whom Inable speeches referred to the scion tine progress In America Tbo other guests included Nelson OSbaughncs sy third secretary of tbo American embassy and former Congressman ODonnell of Michigan Doth tho em peror and President Roosevelt wore toasted Banquet In Berlin Berlin Three hundred Ameri cans celebrated Thanksgiving by dining together Thursday night at tho Zoological Gardens In tbo absence of the American ambassador Charlemagne Tower Consul General Thackonv presided President Hadloy of Yale and Prof Schofleld of liar vard made speeches A telegram ol greeting was sent to President Roose velt Gala Dinner In Tlflls- Tlflls A gala Thanksgiving dinner given hero Thursday was attended by John P Jackson Amcrl ran minister to Persia who arrived Wednesday and tho highest military and civil officials In tho Caucasus The toasts were markedly hearty and tile speakers emphasized the closer grow ing relations between Russia and tho United State s MURDER QUICKLY AVENGED Italian Kilts Railroad Employe and Is Slain by Hunters Mlflllntown Pa Julius Derr an employe of the Pennsylvania railroad was shot and fatally wounded Thursday bjr an unidentified Italian laborer who was pursued by a party of hunt ore and shot dead The Italian who had been drinking and was disorderly shot Derr when ordered from the rail road station The Italian then fled pursued by hunters who had wit messed the shooting and took refuge under a railroad bridge Here he drew his revolver and began firing Iii his pursuers who returned the shots killing him Instantly Two Chicago Breweries Burned Chicago vrhe Mullen Brewing companys plant at Wallace and West Thirtyninth streets and that of the Ernst Toeettl Brewing com pany at West Fortyfirst and But ler streets three blocks away both were crippled severely Thursday aft ernoon by lames The loss W27E 000 Train HoldUp Is foiled Fargo N DAn attempt was made early Friday at Fife a signal station eight miles west of Fargo to bold up the eastbound No 4 train on the Northern Pacific railroad Three men removed the signal and switch light at Maplelon four miles awayvbgbgkq Trio nlgnt operator called up the day operator who was at home at Maple ton four miles away and he came on JL velocipede Two urea attempts to hold him up but he got off his ma chine and drew a revolver One man ran away but the other was captured I d iI ROUND ABOUT THE STATE Wfsnt Is Going on In Different JIdII1 Sections of Kentucky GRAVE OF THE MURDERED BRIDE Minus the Body and Coffin Had Been Refilled Madlaonvllle Ky When the gravo of Mrs Henry Delaney who was mur tiMed 15 years ao was opened at Sturgis It was found that the coffin and lady had boon removed and tho gravo refilledHenry Delaney and Abbey Oliver were sweethearts years ago When they wore returning with her parents from Morgnnsfleld on the night of their marriage men In ambush fired upon them The young brldo was kill OIl and her parents were wounded Delaney who eccnpcd unharmed was arrested on tho chargo of murder do eplto the fact that ho had been In the carriage with tho Victims Ho was tie clarexl not guilty but eight of his al leged friends wore sent to the peniten teary The prosecution In the cue charged that the bride was In a dell ccto condition and that somo person had hired the men to kill her T C Williams a relative of the dead woman was Ute person who discov ered that the grave was empty Whether thn body was stolen to balk a postmortem examination or whcthn It was taken by ghouls employed by a medical college II tho mystery that Is beading him and the police PEACEFUL ARMY WARNING Met By Trust Agent With Notice Not To Bother Him Lexington KyAt Hepton Flomln county after having notified the man agor of the county board of control ot their coming a peaceful army of tw hundred waited on O Hauser manager ot the American Tobacco Co and de manded that ho cease buying or re ceiving tobacco and that ho rescind all contracts heretofore made Hauser replied to Harlon Day me spokesman of tho equity army that he as azcnt ot the American Tobacco Co would continue buying as usual and that should harm befall Hauser or his family or any damage como to his business the known members ot the body of men before him shall bo held to strict legal account The crowd left without disorder and went to Ellzavlllj In the same county where they glvo similar notices to two other buyers Jury Obtained In Powers Cue Lexington KyTho Jury In tho Powers ease Is corn lotfld and counsel for the alleged slayer of Goobol waived formal arraignment Tho jury Is con posed often formers one druggist and ono printer as follows 5 W llwm ker democrat the only man on the jury left of tho venire of 20Q from liar neon county 0 E Shtnkle aged 30 yoara set ubllcan J a Llndtfr agol 35 years republican O C Collier aged 43 years republican A O Jou ett aged 28 years democrat James A OHora aged 4S yore democrat said to have voted for WHVsonj Barney Franks aged 35 years democrat J B Pranks aged 36 yean democrat E J Marshall aged 35 years democrat JERace aged 30 years democrat Frank See aged 40 years democrat Thomas Robinson aged 25 years republican J L Price aged C2 years democrat tho ono man on the jury who can not read Hauled Back to Barn Willlimsburg KyWus Osborno prized eight hogsheads of tobacco and hauled them to tho depot at Dry Ridge preparatory to chipping them to Cin cinnati Members ot tho Society ot Equity heard of the movo and promptly hauled the hogsheads back to Mr O ornoB barb and a committee wont to his house and gave him warning lie Is a member of the society Rolling Mill Wins Frankfort KyTho case of George Tlpponhaucr executor vs tho Now port Rolling Mill Co was affirmed by the court of appeals Tho suit was over a lot IB Newport alleged to have been fraudulently conveyed to Philip pine Klein and afterward convoyed to tbo rolling mill company Trio court says the companys Uto Js good Wants His pot Back Frankfort KyDr E M Wiley is it candidate for appointment aa super KentuckyAsylum Hedwlne who was appointed as Dr Wileys successor seven years ago It J MoMlchiol Is an applicant for the position of corporation clerk at Frank tort Famous Case Ends Deattyvllle K1Tho Jury In the cue of D Fulton French charged with complicity In the assassination of JaI D Marcuni after being out throoquar tern of on hour returned a verdict of not guilty This ends one of the Jctt noted feud trials over held In tho Ken tucky mountains Farmers Warned HopklnsvJe cyM Walker Jan Wlllta Jack and Bd and Jesse Elgin noaaMoolatlon farmers of the eastern potion of this county have rocolvod anonymous letters Intimating summary punishment If they sell their tobaccQ Independently Infant Killed By Its Fathers Gun Morgantown Ky Earnest Burns a tanner of this county laid hta shetgun on a table while preparing to go hunt Ing The gun was discharged In some unaccountable way and killed hU sev nmonth old baby KILLING OF SPARKS WILLFUL Says Grand Jury That Indicted MalteJt Commissioner Boyd L London KyThu special grand Jury called by JUdgo 11 C Faulkner tale vestigate tho killing ot Attorney Jos Sparks by Mater Commissioner Rob ert Boyd Jr returned on Indictment against Boyd charging willful murder Circuit Jud5o Faulkner being related to Boyd declined to hear tho defend ants motion for ball and announced that ho would decline to bare any further oflclal connection with tit case Boyds attorneys Judge JlUl1oJ 1J Black of Barboursvllle Otoro P Johnson and King Perkins of Wl llamsburg and Judge W L Bro n and George D Brock and Boyds law part nero II C Clay took out a writ of ha bens corpus before Circuit Judge M J Moss of tho TwentyIxU Judicial dls trlct who was attending federal ccutt here Judge Moss released Boyd ca 10000 ball J B Wlilto and Gcorsa P Johnson of Wllllamsburr and a cMcClure of this city are juretlos Eli Johnson law partner of Sparks hue been employed by the load mans roll tires to prosecute Boyd Ho will to other counsel Some of 1thelucky will tako part in tho case s THREE JURORS r Two Republicans and One Independent I Stricken Off Powers Panel Lexington Kyv Three Jurors chat longed by tho commonwealth two rea publicans and ono Independent were ctrlckca from the Powers panel and one qualified Juror was excused on the plea of great business loss consequent on his absence This leaves three republicans arid one democrat who are finally accepted and three democrats qualified but sub Jest to peremptory challenge Owing to the contentions of counsel the point of examining vcnircmen arts never reached Tho order of the court combining the lists of the two vtnlrtti from Grant county Rlrea rise again to a federal question the defense holding to the Idea that being ordorod for report an separate days they are iibjcct to sop arms challenge and objocjlon Said He Was Stabbed Dy Hunters Paducah Ky Asbloy UoJxirUov who recently resigned from the school board and at his own request was com milled to the Western Kentucky say him for treatment wandered Awny from homo and returned with a RUR In his throat Ho remembered llttlo nt his wanderings except ho said that he fel In with hunters who took his knife away from him and stibbl him Ho got lost In the wools The gun though not serious wt evidently mt te with aTcnlfe He was discharged from the asylum as cured but Is bcbgr closely watched Agree Not To Raise Crop PlcasurevJlIo KyA larcclyattcnd ed meeting of tho tobacco growers was held at North Ploa urevllle and all of the farmer present jilcylgoJ thorn selves not to grow any tobacco In 1908 A committee of ten of the lead Ing citizens was appointed to canvass this part of the county and porsuadij those not members of tho Society or Equity to Abstain from growing any tobacco next year Must Pay the Penalty Frankfort KyThe court of appeal has dissolved the motion for an Injunr tIn to prohibit tho execution of CI1Jonce Sturgeon In Louisville for tht murder of three men In a shooting af fray In the street Tho court holds that an Injunction does not Ho to pro vent the sheriff from performing is ministerial duty and directs the gof nrnor to fix a ucw date for tho uxocu tioniwLexington It back taxes on property valued In the liaggregate at 122000 wore filed In the Fayette county court by D U Harden ty auditors agent foss tho ftato at V f large Tho property J mostly mer chandise and bonds An Unruly Gun Paducah Ky Following his wife from the factory where ehe had dolly ered dinner to him Norman Bacon col ored overtook her In the woods sail shot her four times He said they quar z retort and the gun wont oft accidentally four times In wicccssJon Feud Leader Is Killed In a Fight WhWesburg KyIn a feud batUo fie dr twe n the MlHer anti Jones factions on Ilerkilled nnd Andy Jones and Merrill Jones of 4fee Jones faction mortally u twounded 7 tt J1LoxlagtoaPlttsbunr representing eastern capl tal hits has purchased the property oCJ tho Lexington and Carter County MIa Ing Co consisting of 11000 acres of coal abd timber land and will bests operations as early as possible t Tobacco Prices Are Higher 4 Owensboro KyThe drat sales of tho 1907 crop of tobaeco were recorded tj here tour loads being sold for an aver ij age of eight cents a pound This Isaa V average Increase of one cent a poundaover the first prices of last year yr i k MINERS BURIED 1 IN NAOMI MINE li L Y AT FAYETTE CITY PA ARE PROU ANDtpSIXTY MEN rj HALF OF THEM HAVE NO DOUBT MET DEATH 10Hundredc of Rescuers Have Been Working Steadily For Hours One Dead Body Has Been RemovedPa r thetlo Scenes at Mouth of Shaft I Fayelto Oily Pa Dee 2Dotweo- neL0 and CO coal minors are entombed Coaltwest ot this city fo5 lowing a terrific explosion Probably 1 Y half the Unprlsonol men were killed if outright by the explosion t liundrodji of volunteer rosouors hay ing been working for hours trying to kavo tho others f Ono dca1 body had been removal from the mine Stato Mine Inspector Lontltt Is en oxplaLaomine war wcJI conducted and consider od safeA torco of rescuers are work tag In relay but It 1s feared It will bo sotno hours bcforo thn point where It Is thought most of the men are will l o reached t J Threatening to bo tlio worst of All the frightful coal mlno tragedies with which the Plttsbun district Ims boon visited this Uteit one bas aroused the jvooplo for miles around Thousands are flocking to the mlno mouth where every morns known to mlno operation Is tolng exerted to roach the men enduring a living death earthi Mononga hela City Bellovernon and other near- bye towns All tho officials of tho coal company havo been hurried to the spot while ovory available minor in tills section of the state has been pressed Into service as a rescuer Tho pxplotlon was caused It U said by a miner going Into An old entry with a llKht d Ump Tho min cin idoys 200 men about 75 of whom work oa the night hlfL Most of tho miners had shared the old working when n blinding flash Illuminated tho mine There was a roar as tons ot coal and into crashed down Into the entries crowded with workmen Then utter darknOM followed tho oxploilon put flag out of business completely tho lighting and air faclliTToR In the twine It was several minutes boforo tho enormity of what bad happened dawn od Uxm n tow wbo hid escaped The radio Iramodlstoly fillod with gases Un I several not hurt by tho explosion P rUhed whllo running U Jot Into thot- rti611 air j One outtro auction of tho mlno wax t found to be cut off from the ontsMc j All who are bank there are dead or dy- Ing Tho great quantified ot gas often found In tho mina In this territory means quick death for these men an Joss thnir roKuo U opc dlly nccora 111 lah ltd Tho report of tho oxploston shook building In layette City end could bo heard for miles Instantly the populace tccognlzod IU Import Another mlno disaster was the frightened prediction uttered elmuJtv ncoutly by a thousand of lips exploftint every minors cottage the vi 2 clnlty Tho occupants of tficso men lr women and cMlron form the caddost picture In tho scenes about lima mine this morning Tho women and children aro crying Iii continue and stare with hopo at the ijcomlnjty frullloM work of rescue Figures on the number of men 1m Vjirlsoncd In tho mlno vary and Ills im possible lo gtt a correct wtlnuto from M tho orndah here That there wore 0 over 50 men In the entries some of She miners who escaped assert while the officials say tho number Is much I IassONE KILLED FOUR INJURED situ AutomofiTTe Dashed Over Steep Em j5 bankment Turning Somersault Eacanaba Mich Dec 2Ono of the VVr most spectacular automobile accidents ever recorded in Michigan occurred near Gladstone when tho big touring UH rsr moving at a mad pace deshcJ over a steep embankment turning a rom plate aomorsaalt killing one of Its lfiocxupsaats laMsntly and lajuring four wererdriven to EncaBba on A pleasure tour The dead CapL F E Brent officer guardWi U t president of the Prescott Iron Co I 5v 8tejhcnfon jr nephew of Baited i State Senator Isaac Stephenson of Wiconaln Joseph Duxborry moue ft ance agent W II llolquest llvoiy kr lean InJurlcat Nor WOOd aged IS who was captain of ttio football team of the Alabama Preebyy r terian college dfod aa a reeult of In i juries receives In a football gee with the Seventh DWrlCt Agricultural school Ills spinal cord was severed firrJ Stock Exchange To Open f New Orleans LaDec 2The eIrg teg money situation in the south was of Indicated by tile announcement that i S time New Orleans stock exchange will Monday MBuma trading after severe weeks Buepeoeton o- u ra SUGGESTION FOR THE NEW COAT OF MUf aUIG rll JUDGE BRADWELL IS DEAD CHICAGO PIONEER AND LEGAL EXPERT PASSES AWAY Had Lived In Metropolis Since t834 Was an Indian Fighter of Note Leaves Two Children Chicago One of Chicagos old est and most picturesque pioneers passed away Friday when James B Urndwell former county judge pub usher of the Chicago Legal News and noted authority on laws died nt tho residence of his daughter Mrs F A Holmer Ho was 79 years old and camo to Chicago In 1831 Pneumonia and kidney disorder caused death al though tho veteran bad not been In his usual vigorous health for two years Present when ho died wore his children Thomas Drsdwell former Justice ot Iho peace and Mrs Holmer Attending him were his grandson Dr James D Uradwell and Charles 15 Kalilko Ills wife woo was Miss Myra Colby waa dlMtuRuIshed as time first woman lawyer In the United States She edited tho Legal News until her death In 1S94- Mr Ilradwcll was an Englishman having been born April 16 1828 In Loughborougli coming to tho United States with his parents however when ho was two years old After a stay of three years at Ithaca N Y tho family came west to Jacksonville Ill traveling In a prairie schooner drown by a yoke of oxen and A span of horses Tho stay In Jacksonville was short and tbo same conveyance which carried thorn from tho east was again put Into commission and htadcd for Chicago tying up on the lake shore where Randolph street now Is Indians and wolves beset them and their days were passed In danger and physical discomfort Trekking on the Dradwells journeyed In their schooner to a point on the Dcsplalncs river near Wheeling whore a tract ot government land was preempted Al though the site of tho homestead on the Desplalnes river Is not a great way from the present limits of Chi sago yet In that day the farm was a long way off from Fort Dearborn MEXICAN WITNESS POISONED Secret Service Officer Vatques III at Los Angeles Los Angeles CaSaid to be In dally fear of being killed since his ar rival hero Monday Trinidad Vasquez a secret service officer In the em ploy of tho Mexican govern ment the chief witness for the gov ernment In the cases ot Magon VII lareal and Rivera alleged revolution late was poisoned Friday Itla be loved ho will recover Ho was chatting with Thomas Fur long a detective who trailed the al aged revolutionists across the coun try whom he suddenly threw liP his hands and dropped Big Robbery In Mexico City Mexico City News of one ot the largest robberies ever committed In this city hats Just been made public While Hugo Scherer a wealthy banker of this eUywas giving a dinner to a number of friends last Sunday 40 000 worth of jewelry and several bun dred dollars In cash were taken from the house Must Not Seize Imported Liquor Grand Forks NDJudge Temple ton of the state district court Thursday decided that the North Dakota statute authorising the seizure ot liquor Imported Into the state to be used as a beverage is unconstitutional Turns on Gas and Music and Dies New York Turning on the gas and a phonograph at the same time Mrs Georgia Tittle sged35 committed suicide at her home Thursday to the strains of In the Wild Woods Where Up Blue Dells Grow FARMERS RICHER THAN EVER Secretary Wilsons Report Shows Im mense Value of Years Crops Washington This has been the farmers Thanksgiving Regard lose of Wall street panics or Chi cago clearing house certificates the men with tho bursting barns can con gratulate themselves on a years in come of 7412000000 That Is the total value ot tho farm products ot 1907 according to the annual report of Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Is sued Friday Tho farmer has moro money to spend this year and more money to Invest than ho over had before It be were minded to raid tho high finan tiers with his surplus funds ho could corner tho stock market In Wall street and La Saila street With his billions ho could take the Illinois Central from HarrIman and tbo Standard 011 from Rockefeller The crop ftf 1007 has a greater money value than any crop ever grown It Is worth ton per cent more than that of last year and twice as much as that of 1889 A WATERWAY DILL IS VICTOR Senate Declares Des Plalnes and 1111 note Rivers Navigable Springfield Ill Deep waterway stock went up Tuesday when the senate started on Its way to tho governors offlco tbo socalled Allen party bill declaring the Des Plalnes and Illinois rivers to bo navigable streams Members oCtho upper branch after receiving a special mes sage from Oar Deacon asking thorn to pass it with an emergency clauso complied by giving the measure 41 yea votes only two negatives being re corded Tho bllj has been passed by the house and now goes to the execu live for his signature This Is first blood for Cov Deneen In his fight to oust the Economy Light and Power company from rights It claims iu tho Des Plal tea river where the concern Is constructing a dam at Dresden Heights Ths measure gives authority to tho governor to remove any obstructions that may bo found In tho Des Plalnes or Illinois rivers B FULTON FRENCH ACQUITTED Jurys Verdict Ends Noted Feud Trial In Kentucky Lexington KyA special treat Be attyvlllo says that the jury In tho case of D Fulton French accused of complicity in tho assassination of James D Mitrcum returned a verdict of not guilty Tho acquittal of French ends one of the most noted feud trials In the Kentucky moun tains Judge Hargls and Edward Cal laban former sheriff of Jackson who were charged with being Implicated In the murder have also been acquitted I W H S Wright of SL Paul Is Dead St Paul Sllnn W H S Wright one of the most prominent Masons In the United States died at the Angus hotel In this city Thursday at the age of OS Ho had lived In St Paul for 25 years Mr Wright was at ono time paymaster of the Western Wisconsin and for 20 years he was purchasing agent of the Chi cago St Paul Minneapolis Omaha road Woman Reaches Age of 106 Years Oxford Mass Mrs Catherine Snay passed her one hvidred and sixth birthday Friday at her home Jn North Oxford Sho Is bedridden almost blind and one side line been paralyzed for years Mrs Snay has smoked a pipe since she was ten years old Florence Nightingale Decorated London Florence Nightingale the English philanthropist has been decorated with tho order of merit King Edward She Is tile first byI to receive this dlstiicUoa FB10SAMUELSunday School Lesson for Dec 15 1907 Specially Aruneed orThlt Paper LISBON TEXT I Samuel Jtt Mem ory Vcnirs S 10 GOLDEN TnXTRponk inn for thy servant iieuelh1 Samuel J9 TIMK Siimutl Will born n C lUG ac cording to the common chronology not far from thn time of truth and Samson In our iHxf lesMm- s1IAcrHmnuel was born at Hainan hill calk nliio rtnrnnllmlm thO Double lilll four mile nortliwint of Jerusalem and U mile south of Shiloh The too+ rae of worship was at Shiloh thn retlelou capital of lamrl 17 miles north or Jerusalem and halfway between nethel and Slieclirm nine or ten miles from each BAMURUTwHvn year old ELIAbout 71 years old high priest and judicc- JHHSK the grandson of Ruth and fa ther of King Dnvld was born during the boyhood of Samuel Comment and Suggestive Thought Samuels Inheritance Samuel was the son of Klkanah and Hannah of the tribe or Levi the niltgloua and educa tional custodians of Israel His par ants were religious people attending the great religious festivals He was the child of ninny prayers Hannahs song In 1 Samuel 2 gives us n good Impression of her talent and spiritual power Ho belonged to a religious home which like the quality of mercy is twice blessed it blusseth him that gives and him that takes Ills Consecration Ho was dedi cated to God from his birth and ho knew 1t lie lived under the Nazi rites vow Num CM2 1 Sam 1 11 The power of devoting our chit dren in their earliest years to the service of God Is well Illustrated by tho story told by Merlvole In his History of tome ot the famous Carthaginian general Hannibal When he was nine years of age his father Hamllcar proposed to tako him on ono of his military expeditions which offer tho young Hannibal eagerly accepted Hla father then bade him devote himself once for all to the service of his country Carthage and with his hand upon the altar to swear eternal enmity to Rome This dedica tion in youth determined the course of his whole lira His Temple Work Samuel ruin istered unto tho Lord before Ell To minister means to serve a minister is a servant Samuel performed va rious services In the houso of wor ship such an lighting the lamps v 3 opening the doors v IB running of errands and other duties required for the sacrifices and worship Ho was also the personal attendant and aid to the aged and dimsighted Ell an Is Implied In his sleeping near him nnd Ida readiness to respond to his call So tho young Mark and Timothy min istered unto Paul Tho Call ot God Awakening His Higher Nature According to Jose pbus Samuel was 12 years old the emit ago as Jesus when be first went to the templo at Jerusalem V 10 And the Lord camo nnd stood The Hebrew is emphatic presented himself In a vision or In personal presence as the angel of tho Lord compare ion 1817 20 21 33 Judg 61114 Rev 11 2216 God Calling the Young God Is calling every child as ho caller Sam uellt Is an individual call by name for ho callcth hIs own sheep by name God culls 1 by his word 2 by his own loving attractive char actor 3 by what he has done for ualn Jesus Christ 4 by the Influ ences ot tho holy spirit 5 by vari rills providences f by conscience 7 by Sabbath and religious services 8 by tho Invitations and Influence of friends 9 by the living water which satisfies every thirst of the soul nO by the attractions of goodness and of heaven 11 by warning and the fruit of a life uf sin Early PletyLike Samuel we should answer Coda call by Hero nm I 1 It Is easier to bo a Christian In youth n Then It gives us a much longer time In which to serve God 3 We may not live to be old nnd thus j y putting off our duty we may tall altogether 4 We escape many evils and dangers No ono can lOW wild oats In youth and not reap a harvest of evil There are soma spir itual blessings which can come only to those who have grown up In the Chris Usa life U Is universally recognized by students of the child that most men decide their future characters very early In life Samuels Hard DutyA very heavy burden was laid upon Samuel the first of many yet to come tWill both a test and a training for his life workV 16 Samuel feared to show Ell the vision H was a very bard thing for Samuel to make known to the aged Ell the message God had delivered to him Ho was so young to seem to reprove one no old He would bave to give great putts to one who loved him and hid done much far him But Ell pressed and even adjured Samuel to tell him all sad Samuel Told him every whit Practical Points One of the best things in those most useful of later institutions the Christian Endeavor Kpworth league and other kindred societies consists In their training of children and young people In work far Christ and the church Dr Hnslett In his Pedagogical DIble School nuns up the age of conversion as given by a number of authorities with this conclusion Out of 6C4I cases 6064 occurred cI z 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of aiL Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library io Kemtackr NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself whore he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Ulblo Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free textbooks TRADE COURSES for any wine hue finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady lu Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to lit for business Even a part of this cnursn aa fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 S and 4 year courses with Latin Gee man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards Y NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Mode Schools enables ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches nuccs vary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Dand ruay be taken as un extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking institution All tho money re ceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expend on an averago upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ne pays In This great deficit Is mado up by thu gifts of Christian und patriotic people who are supporting Ttcrea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come train tho best families and ore earnest to do well and Improve For any who may lio sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except UKISO with parents In Uorea live in College buildings mud assist In work of hoarding hall farm nadehopa receiving valuables tralu Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn moru may by writing to the Secretaryabefore coming secure extra employment so as to eon from 50 cents to ono dollar a week PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage looks etc vary with different people Delta favors plain clothing Our climate in the best but as students must attend classes regardless ot tbe weather warn wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras L36 a week iu tho fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents aweek in tall and spring SO cents in wlnti SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit us guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for must BjiidentB Is 300 a term 400 In lowerModel Schools JCOO in counted with- Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee end room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are aa follows FALL14 weeks 250ln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit mlddlouf term 915rWINTER12 weeks 2900la ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 900 r REFUNDINGStudents who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced On board in full except that no allowance Is made for any traction or a week On room all but fifty cents bat no allowance for any fraction orhmonth On Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bids when he returns provided It Is within tour terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY Wben you have made your Journey and are well started in school It pays to stay as long as possible t THE FIRST DAY of the winter term Is January 1 1903 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretaryi 4WILL C GAMBLE 0II0l BEREA KENTUCKY J a 4 0 That Premium Knifeftakes the eyes of the men and boys who gee it The mountain people like a good thingwhen they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a duller paper that is worth more to the noun tam people than any other dollar paper in the worldhThe Knife and Th Ckizlw for One Dollar That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not goUt loa ought to have I rTHE SCHOOL I of the District School 1Problems lljr Trofi Dlnimore Part SKeeping Up the Interest i- In ibis article Prof Dlntmore continues his talk on how to keep up the Interest In the cnooU After teaching a month or six week it is a good plan to take a day off and visit some other school In dolni this select the best teacher of you acquaintance that is within read Spend the entire day in the schoolroom taking note of everything tha happens Observe very carefully way or methods that differ from your own and their results At Intermission talk frankly with the teacher concern- Ing his mehods being careful to commend tho best things and to offer no unfavorable criticism of anything Jt asked give your own ways without nny show of pride or boasting A general plan for visiting would b greatly productive of good It every teacher were allowed two or Ihrei I days in the school year for that purpose it would stimulate the teachers to greater effort unity the work and afford to each one a means for measuring his success with his coworkers But until such provision is made by the state legislature it will pay every teacher to take the days at his own expenseProvision has been made in many places for atendlng teachers associa tions The progresslvo teacher Will lay much store by this and not permit anything to keep him away Hero ho comes in contact with his fellows and bears the best thoughts of the best teachers on the most vital topics If ho goes in the right spirit ho cannot fall to gain much that will be helpful To obtain the best results ho should give as well as receive By entering into the dlJ33ns ho will add his part to the interest of the meeting and discover the strongh or weakness of his Ideas Not only should a teach er attend every association in his county but he should by all means at tend the state association Hero lie sees and bears the ablest educators of the state and may enrich Ids mind with the bOlt and freshest thought of the times- Finally the teacher should keep a scrapbook one for oath year Hero should be gathered under proper head 1lags clippings from the educational journals on reading drawing htttory etc items of interest from newspapers and magazines declamations gems of poetry stories and the like It may also contain pen notes of schools visited associations attended or lectures heard Such a scrapbook becomes a rich storehouse for Friday afternoons and for special days nnd occasionscThe above are the common and or dinary moans for self improvement If used diligently they are certain to produce satisfactory results It omit ted the opposite is Just as certain professional stagnation decay end death Some teachers will say they cannot afford all those things Jour nals magazines books and teachers associations The truth is you cannot afford to go without them Mon ey invested in self improvement will be returned many fold The one who will not invest In any of these things will grow rusty and careless be looked upon as a back number and instead of being sought for and promoted w11l- 1Continue Next TIE FARM shells IT HOME SCRAPPLEPy tbatcold has come ftllandthese not taste as at try making Pennsylvania dish called Scrapple Pick boiled pack bones or the head Chop this meat quite highly I pepper Make a mush stirring corn info JjoTllngsalted water Next ti tr be seeking for the poorest positions and will finally lOBe out nltogcthc Self improvement is necessary for selt protection 6 RAVE FORCES IN RESERVI The wise general does not keep nil of his forces actively engaged Ho must have a force In reserve against the time of need In some desperate situation this strong reserve force which the enemy knows nothing about will savo him from defeat Likewise the teacher who is looking out against the day of trouble has hits reserv forces When the school has been go ing on for some weeks and the dull grind of monotony begins to ccttl down when the little faces grow long and signs of discouragement appear a part of the extra forces may 1 t brought into play The following tst Is offered as having done valiant dut on many a hard fought field 1 On a dull afternoon when energy Is at a low ebb have a new song ready a school song if possible cm with action in it Write the verse the blackboard at time un til all are learned See that it it sung with vim and good will It It Is a marching song the hotter Get some boy who Is skillful with the mouth organ to play an accompaniment and have all the school marct around the room Five or sIx juln utes of this will away the dull ness and work may be resumed tc much greater 2 Think up new ways ot hearing lessons There are a dozen ways of hearIng a spelling class recite Hold- back your latest Invention until the Interest lags then spring iL Drawing offers a fine field for Intereetlflg now jltlos A new object to draw with interesting details of shading and noasuremonta cannot fall to charm iway legarthy The geography is a tore house of good Make n nap showing the various products of the United States with pictures or objects In grazing countries cut out small pictures of cat tle horses and sheep and plu on to the map To show the corn belt grains of corn may be pasted on white In tho south yellow in the north Wheat grains to show the wheat states bits of cotton to show where that is aired wood for timber and so on It- Is an excellent thing in Itself but mays well be kept until It is needed 10 revive Interest 3 A ciphering match has tftcn lelped to revive flagging energies pupils choose sides as in a spell- Ing match The one last chosen C003- to the board and selects an opponent from tho opposite side The latter looses the kind of work as adding subtracting or multiplying When both aro ready the teacher gives a problem and they go at it might and main The figures fairly fly The first one thru reads his answer If it- Is right he has won Tho loser goes to his seat the winner selects his successor who again chooses the kind of work and so the game goes on until one side or the other la vanquished There is plenty of excitement in 1- tand It stimulates to rapidity and accuracy WekzI w== 1t wot 1 0 I Helpful Hints About Hens When your hens appear droopy In Keep the eggs stored in a clean cold weather look for the large gray room till ready to take them to mar louse on the head and neck Melted ketoEgg are porous and it lard applied in small quantities is a is known that they will absorb odors good remedy i Tho absorption may not ho sufficient Keep a good big Jar of vaseline tp make the eggs taste but it will be among your emergency remedies for enough to start the eggs to spoiling the winter It is ot value applied to I More birds die from overfeeding the frosted comb and of a and eating sour feeds than from flay bird drawing the frost out thorough other causes combined Make them ly I work for what they get Just as you A cheap remedy for mites and cue have to do On the other hand do nut most farmers have right at hand is be so careless that you will perml vinegar Put it on with a sprayer them to cat sour feed If the wet Two quarts in a tenquart pailful of meshes cannot be kept sweet fled water will help a lot in ridding the the material dryEx premises of these pests E I 1 r do so good first an old off the meat from from fine and season with salt and corn meal bjr slowly meal r on one a nil take profit things The with wattles stir into this mush the seasoned meat cook welt and make thick enough to slice when cold Pour into slightly greased pans to mold When cold slice roll in flour and fry in hot fat like ordinary mush SAUSAGE AND CABBAGE Fry GlU ages remove from skillet and pour off all grease but 3 table spoonfuls Into this put 1 quart of finely chopped cabbage nod cook ten minutes or until done stirring often Heap the cooked cabbaga on a platter o sausages around it and Carve hott irti tlLJlf tif o jar INSPECTING THE PICKETS Paducah Ky Nov 29 1907 Editor and Readers of Tho Citizen Two full weeks and a lectio to the rise of it have passed since I took a reluctant leave of dear old Bereft and started upon a term of exile ex pected to span five weeks Sine leaving home I have been among the comrades of cloven posts two at their regular meetings the others holding special meetings to meet me Two ot these were in a comatose stat but now seem to bo breathing natur ally I have stumbled upon the re malps of eight other G A R posts in a more or less advanced stage o1 decomposition Three of these I an satisfied could bo resurrected If my program allowed mo to stay long enough to use the necessary appllanc es One brand new post has been or ganlzed and starts off with fine pros poets I have personally obligated for tyfour now members ot ournoble pat rlotic order Everywhere old coldlen orjbushwhackers our meetings In most cases they have been led to see that not only have they been neglecting to support tho order to which they are largely In debted for the pensions which they receive but also they are missing their best chance to do the work of patriots in their declining years Forty or fif ty such havo promised to come into the ranks of the regulars and help to strengthen the positions now held with difficulty by their comrades who have been faithful At Hopklnsvlllo I bad the privilege of addressing a Thanksgiving gather Ing of tho public school pupils from force of circumstances held a day in advance There are cloven teachers in the public schools there colored and the Principal is Mrs Postollo for merly Fannle M Bronston of Bereag class of 1S90 to whom I had the pleasure of presenting their diplomas I was pleased to note tho fine success which this alumnus is making By tho way I wonder if The Citizen has not od the death two months ago of Robert W Fletcher of the same claw 250 VIO zh8 IEIime OEI 1PiDnAHD 5IIQFs- DEITEI1AIlE y MODERN STYLES OLDTIME HONESTY A Shoo as good as tho name It boars time ago the manufacturers Roberts Johnson Rand Shoe Co set about to produce a shoe of high quality that could be sold at a medium priceThey have reduced the shoemaking to a scientific basis and the result is the I MAYFLOWER This is a shoe that could be sold fora greatdcal more money than 250 and 300 However there is a demand for a shoe at these prices and ire have it There need be no hesi tancy in buying the May flower It is made right and backedby the manufacturers If they are honestly constructed every way we will rc notI your money We have styles to please the most partic- ularj COME IN AND LOOK L AT OUR BIG STOCKS V MRS SR BAKER Beret Ky ilf 11 I V a k long principal of the colored schools ot Nlcholasvllle I confidently count upon one of our most successful meetings hero tonight If this hasty report proves aocoptab you may receive a few words next week concerning my success as I mako my rounds LoVant Dodge Department Commander Q A R RICHMOND KY Nov 27Rlch mond and Madison county have alwa8 profited by hearkening to tho hired lions of the goosebouo prophet ind this year ho sees a hard winter ahead As ho is tho first who lIas attempted to tell what sort the com lug season is going to be it is intc cstlng According to the breast bone December will be a cold month with an occasional snow storm Jnuuary will bo a month of snow hall and occas- Ional cold spells The dark colors on tho end oil breastbone Indicate that February will be a very cold month and there will be several blizzards At one particular part of the bono It is very black which means that wo will have lots of snow and sleet Tho cold weather will continue wayinl March and we will have a very 111te spring Louisville herald- WANTED I We want agents In all parts of tho- U S to sell our famous Dr Wllllait Pills Send us your name and addrei and wo will send you 12 boxes to EOU at 25o per box and when sold son II us the =3 and receive a full set IJt cooking vessels consisting of a 2 and C quart vessel A limited number of these vessels aro given to intrt duco our Pills Order quiet Dn1 WILLIAMS MEDICINE COM PAW ROSEVILLE 01110 THE MARKET Berea Prices Eggs per dozIc iutter per lb 1525C Potatoes Irish per buO SOlpO otatocs Sweet per traU00U 20- tpplee per bul 60J2 00 urnlpa per buGOc Jacon per lb I220 lam per lb 17c Turkeys undressed 11lSc tabblts each lOc abbage perlb2e dickens on foot per lblOc blckens dressed per lb124 heitnuU per buS 20 lickory nub per bu JO 754100 Walnuts per butQliOe lUtttrnuts per bu76e- Live Steck Louisville Doe 3 ChoIce export steers 5 09 62- jlght shipping steers 4 CO Ii 00 Iholc butcher steers 4 25 6 7 Tedium butcher airs 3 65 4 Iii ommpn butcher atra 3 00 3 to Iholce butcher betters 3 CO 4 25 Tedium butcher helter 3 00 3 to Common butcher heifers 2 CO 3 00 holes butcher cowl 3 CO 40 tedium butcher cows 3 00 3 fiG Common butcher cows 225 3 00 Canner 1 00 2 25 ChoIce fat oxen 4 25 47 tedium oxen 3 00 4 00 ChoIce bulls 3 00 3 fiO tedium bulls 2 CO 3 60 Common bulls 2 00 2 fiO ChoIce veal calves C CO 7 00 tedium veal calvea 4 00 b 00 Common calves 2 CO 3 60- Good feeders 4 00 4 76 tedium feeders 3 CO 4 00 Common feeders 3 00 3 fiO holes stock steers 3 CO 40 tedium stock steers 3 00 3 fiO Common stock steers 2 CO 3 00 holes stock helfera 3 00 3 fiO Medium stock heifers 2 CO 3 00 Common mixed stockers 2 CO 3 O- iIholce milch cows 35 00 40 00 tedium milch cows 25 00 30 00 Common milch cows 10 00 20 0- JI009 ChoIce packers and butchers 200 to 300 lbs 6 10 Medium packers and butchers ICO to 200 lbs C I- I4Kt Shippers 20160 Ibs 4 J Iholco pigs 00120 Ibs 4 SO light pigs CO90 Ibs 4 CO 4S0 loughs 150500 Ibs 3 00 4 3ii snEEr ChoIce fat sheep 3 CO 4 00 tedium sheep 3 00 3 rs Com mOD sheep 2 00 3 00 lucks 1 00 2I holes spring lambs G 00 C 1i0 Good butcher lambs 4 CO 5 00 Culls and tollends 3 00 A OO MESS PORKI2 00 HAb1SChoice sugar cured Ugh and special cure I3c heavy tu medIum 134c- SHOULDERS3e per lb BACON Clear ribs sides 10 c regular clear sides lOVic breakfast bacpi l7Jsc sugar cured shoulders 9d bacon ixtra Mc bnllles light 13c boa 13cLARDPrime steam in tierces 9c mro In tierces lOc in tuba lOVfcc DRIED BEEF1cE- GGSCase count 2324C per doz 0 IH tl- c candled 25c- DUTTER1820c per Jb POULTRY Spring chickens small lie per lb large 8c hens 7c ducks small young 10c old 9c turkeys young 12c old lOCi geese 8c tab bits 125 per doz WHEAT No 2 red and long berry D2c No3 red and long berry DOe CORN No 2 white G2fcc No 2 mixed G2- eOATSNo 2 white 47c No I mixed 4Cc RYENo 2 Western Dlo nominal No 2 Northern 94c- MADISON MARKET Richmond Dec aWo had 1000 head of cattle at Madison County Stock Yard Not much difference in prices from tat court nothing bring ing over 3H eta Difference in opinion between buyqr and seller caused tho market to drag consequently there were a few cattle left over Heifers brought from 2Hcts to Seta but It took the best to bring 3 eta There was somo demand for stoppers which gavo a better trim to tho market and the outlook is a little brighter J J Embry Tan Bark Price at the depot at Bcrca per cord 1700 i Ties TIESPrIce at the station at Bores Firsts 4Sc culls 20c both 8 and S 21 foot Mr Stephens la now buying 7x9 Instead of 6x8 ties SpekestPrices paid by Standard Wheel Co at Bsrea for black or shell bark hick ory spokes split or sawed Per Thou First size A and D grade 16 00 First size O grade 9 00 First size D grade 7 00 Second size A and B grade 21 00 Second size O grade 12 00 Second size D grade 9 00 Third alze A and D grade 25 00 Third size C grade 12 00 Fourth size A and D grade 30 00 First size Is Ittln on tho heart 1 in deep and 28 to SO Inches long Soo end size Is 3 in on the heart 2 laIdeep and 30 in long Third size ZM In on the heart 234 In deep and 30 in long Fourth alze la 2V4ln on the heart 2V4 In deep and 30 In long A 01 D Grade la good sound white coarse heavy growth live timber full to sizes and free from detects C Orade la good sound white timber that la lighter In weight and growth la finer and not so heavy u the A B Grade It must be free from detects also and full to sizes D Grade la good sound red and red and white mixed Umber clear of defects and full U attta Detect art knots worms bird pecks wind shakes crooked grain and checks I To Educate Your Children This coiled cottage four rooms with stoves tables chairs and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR10 A TERM Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address T J OSBORNE Berca Ky 0 0 0 e +Q +oo+o +o+o +o+o +o hod c+Ok lo O+Q +o+d+e4 o+Q O+o+u 0 ADDING L I NEW ACCOUNTS+ 0 I i We are constantly adding new accounts and our business Is increasing at a very satisfactory rate It is 5j- t o our purpose to I Deal Justly and Liberally With All f I t Your Account Solicited i f 0 p INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS i 1 0 to 1 THEM 0 t Berea National Bank i Capital 2500000 Surplus 150000 aSE WELCH Hrealdont J L GAY Cashier + +8+e+o+o+o +eoo+o+O+O+oo+O +o t o+O+a+o+8+e+o+o+o+4i gIAMTHEMAN WHCTl SELLS THE LAND I fib Berea Town Property Improved and Unimproved W Ono loft In west and 1O W lots loft in west end an nero in each lot 100 onchi w IllIroQ room two story frame building nil plastered Wft tvogrntc8 good cistern 12 by 12 Jot 100 by 800 fruit w house burn otc r A tike cottage with three 200I v w Ono now house aml1otgood 0S I have n farm of JU ncrcu of Boreal prtco 1200 fl great bargain for anyone ftfa I Fifty ono acres on llerea and JUg 11111 Pike jf mlles froth r Uorca 2500 per nero 3i One Wanting Property of Any Kind Call and tSee Me I Can Supply Your Needs iAny J P BiCKNELL Ir tREAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT ep Ijl i Ii I S THE PRESIDENTS ANNUAL MESSAGE CAUSES OF THE PRESENT FINANCIAL CONDITIONS IS MADE THE CHIEF TOPIC SUGGESTS REMEDIES FOR ILLS CONTROL OF CORPORATIONS AND RAILROADS TO PREVENT- OVERCAPITALIZATION Believe This Would Solve the Problem Together with Provision for More Elastic Currency Recom mends Postal Banks and Asks for Legislation Along Many Lines Washington neo I President 1tooi velf annual message to congress U a volumlnoua doeument of nearly 30000 words by far the longest mes sage he has ever submitted to congress The opening subject of the message Is the flnanalal condition of tho country end for which the president lays much of the blame upon unscrupulous stock speculator and says In any large body of men however there nee certain to be some who are dishonest and If the conditions ere much that these men prosper or com nat their misdeed with Impunity their example Is M very evil thing for the community Where these men are bust ness men ot great sagacity and of tern peramcnt both unscrupulous and rack less and where the conditions are such that they act without supervision or control and at first without effective cheek from public opinion they delude many Innocent people Into making In- Vestments or embarking In kinds of business that are really unsound When the misdeeds of these successful ly dishonest men are discovered cut feting coma not only upon them but upon the Innocent men whom they hive misled It Is a ptlnful awakening whenever It occur and naturally when It doe 1 occur those who suffer nre apt to forget that the longer It wee deferred the more painful It would be In the effort to punish the guilty It Is both wise and proper to endeavor so tar aa possible to minimise the die tress at those who here been misled by the guilty Yet It la not possible to retraIn because of such distress from atrlvlng to put an end to the silsdoeds that eve the ultlmslr muse ot the suf fering en0 ex a moans to this end where possible 16 punish huge re sponsible fnr them There may be hqn eat difference of opinion as to many governmental policies but surely there ca0 be no aueji differences as to the teed of unfllnehlng perseverance In the war against successful dishonesty He quotes al length from his toes sews of lilt year In which he advo seated federal control of corporations doing Interstate liuslncM and believe that In such central would be found the remedy fur overcapitalization and stock speculation which hs believes have brought stout the present finan cial conditions He IaOur steady aim should be by legis tattoo cautiously and carefully under ken but resolutely persevered In to assert the sovereignty of the national tgevernment by affirmative action This is only In form an Innovation In substance It la merely a restoration for from the earliest time such regula Ion of Industrial activities has been recognized In the action of the law making bodies and all that I propose Is to meet the changed condition la auch manner as will prevent the com monwealth abdicating the power It hu always possessed not only In this coun try but also In Unglani before end sine tide ountry becAme a separate nation federal Cunlrul cf Qtallroads h Favored No small port of the trouble that roe have comes from carrying to an ex lUtma the national virtue ef 1fri Ulanco of Independence In Initiative and action It is wise to conserve this Virtue and to provide for lie fullest CX ercise compatible with avelrig that lib arty dot not become a liberty to wrong others Unfortunately hll III Jo kInd of liberty that the lack of all effective regulation Inevitably breeds The founders of the constitution pro vided that the national government have complete and solo control 1should commerce There was then practically no Interstate business I save such as was conducted by water and this the national government at once proceeded to regulate In thorough going and effective fashion Condl tions have now so wholly changed that the Interstate commerce by water 111 in significant compared with the amount that goes by land and almost all big feualnes concerns are now engaged In nterstnte commerce As a result It be but partially and Imperfectly Controlled or regulated by the action sf any one of the several slates such ac tion Inevitably tending to be either too drastic or else too lax and In either case Ineffective for purposes of justice Only the national government can In thoroughgoing fashion exercise the needed control This dOel not mean that there should be any extension ol federal authority for uch authority calready exists under the constitution In amplest end mot farreachlnr forms but It does mean that there should bean extension of federal activity This Js not advocating centralization It is merely looking facts In the face and realizing Ihst centralization In business II has already come and can not be avoided or undone and that the public at large can only protect Itself from cer lain evil effects of this business ceo trulliatlon by providing hotter methods fer the exercise of control through tile authority already centralized In the rnatlenal government by tho constitu tion Itself There must be no halt In the healthy constructive course at ac lion which this nation has elected to pursue and has steadily pursued dur jot the last six years as shown both In the legislation of the congress and the administration of the law by the de j partnunt of justice The most vital need Is In connection with the rallroids As to these In my Judgment there should now be either a national Incor poration net or a law licensing railway Iocnmpanlu to engage In Interstate cum certain conditions The law mhould be so framed as to give to the interstate commerce commission power te pass upon the future Issue of securi ties while ampls mean should be pro vided to enable the commission when ever in its Judgment It In necessary to make a physical valuation ef any tall Toad Aa I stated tarry message to the Ihoul4Jjmeat ins nade publle In minute detail ad to i I L J c the consent of tho Interstate commerce commission being fleet obtained Until assumesIncIe ImpoulblolIhrrailroads full Justice The rnllroaCs willdomust come the only question is as to what governmental body can most wisely exercise It Tho courts will de thefederalI there will ntlll remain ample workI commission willworkrovInce Control of Interstate Iluelnrn Concern Urged shouldbeproper control of the great business con terns engaged In Interstate business this ownbenelltthe protection of Investors and of the repeatedlyLaidwhere experience haa definitely shown utilityotuses combinations Modern Industrial conditions are such that combination Is not only necessary but Inevitable It Is so In the world of business Just as It Is- W In tho world of labor and It Is as Idle to desire to put an end to nil corpora ltIIllala lions of labor Corporation and labor union alike have com to stay Each If property managed Is a soutre ot good and not eiMi Whenever In either there Is evil It should be promptly held to no count but It ahould receive hearty en couragement so long aa It Is properly mansKiHl It b profoundly Immoral to put or keep on the statute books a law nominally In the Interest of puMic morality that really puts a premium upon public Immorality by undertaking to mutbedons so that tins law Itself provides that Its own Infraction must be the condition precedent upon business success To aim at the accomplishment of loo much usu ally means the accomplishment of too III tie and often the doing of positive dam ate The antitrust law should not bo repealed but It ahould be trade both more student and more In harmony with actual conditions It ahould be to amended u to forbid only the kind of combination which does harm to the general public such amendment to be accompanied by or to be an Incident of a grant of su pervisory power to the government over these big corporations engaged In Inter state business This should be accom pooled by provision for the compulsory publication of accounts and the subjec Lion of books and paper to the Inspec lion ot the government officials A beginning hu already ben made for such supervision by the establishment of the bureau of corporations Tho antitrust law should not prohibit combinations that do no Injustice to the public still ices those the existence of which Is on the whole of benefit to the PUbllo Hut own If this feature of the law wore abolished there would remain as an equally objectionable feature the difficulty sod delay now Incident to Us enforcement The government must now submit id Irksome and repeated delays before obtaining a noel decision of the courts upon proceedings Instituted and even a favorable decree may mean an empty victory Moreover to attempt to control them corporations by lawsuits mean to Impooe upon both the depart ment of justice und the courts an Im possible burden It I not feasible to carry on more than a limited number of such suits Such n law to bo really effective must of course be administered by an executive lady and not merely by mean of lawsuits The design should be to prevent the abuses Incident to the crew lion of unhealthy and Improper combine lions Instead of waiting until they are In evidence and then attempting to de stray them by dull or criminal proceed ings InveMlna I nl lle Should its Amply XafenunrUed The congress haa the power to charter corporations to encage In Interstate and forilcn tommerrc and a general law ran IKJ enacted under the provisions of which existing corporations could take out fed oral charters and new federal corpora liens could be created An essential pro vision of such a law should be a method of by some federal board or commission whether the applicant for a federal starter Iaa an association or Combination within the restriction of the federal law Pruvlalon should also bOIl made for complete publicity In all matters affecting the public and complete protec lion to the Investing nbllonnJ the hare holders In the matter of Issuing corporate securities If an Incorporation taw Is not deemed advisable o license net for big Interstate corporations might be enacted or a combination of the two mlght be tried The supervision established might be analogous to that now exercised over nation banks At last the antitrust act should be supplemented by specific prohibitions of the methods which ex perience has shown have been of most service In enabling monopolistic combine tion to crush out companion Tho real owners of a corporation should be com pelled to do bounce In their own name The right to hold stock In other corpora tions should heareafter be denied to Inter state corporations unless on approval by the proper government official and a prerequisite to such approval should be the listing with the government of ell owner and utockholders both by the corporation owning such stock and by the corporations In which such stock is owned To confer upon the national govern ment In connection with the amendment I advocate In the antitrust law power of supervision over big business concerns engaged In Interstate commerce would benefit them aa It has benefited the notional banks In the recent business crlIs It is noteworthy thai the Institu lion which felled were Institutions which were not under the supervision and control of the national government Those which were under national len trot stood the lest National control of the kind above ad vocated would be to the benefit ot every wellmanaged railway From the stand point of the public there Is need for ad ditional tracks adltlonal terminals and Improvements In the actual handling of the railroads and all this ss rspldlr as possible Ample safe and speedy trans portation facilities are even mere fleece ory than cheap transportation Therefore there II need for the Investment of money which will provide for nil these things while at the some time securing as fas as Is possible bitter wages and shorter hours for their employee There fore while there mutt bJul and rea sonable regulation of rotes wa should be the flrst te protest against any arbitrary and unthinking movement to cut them without the fullest and most care ful consideration of all Interest con cerned and of the actual needs of the situation Only a special body of men acting for the national government un der authority conferred upon It by the congress U Cempstentto pass Judgment en such a matter Greater Hlntllclt in Currency Is Urged The president quotes extensively tram kta tartalw fego In dealing with the 61y I rest subject of currency legislation and iay I again urge on the congress the need of Immediate attention to this matter Vfe need a greets elasticity In our cur rency of course that wo recognize the even greater need of a iiife and secure currency There must always be tin most rigid examination by the notional authorities Provision should be made for an emergency currency The emergency Issue should of course be made with an effective guaranty And up on conditions carefully prescribed by the government Such emergency Issue must be bAsed on adequate securities approved by the government and must btt Issued under a heavy tax This would permit currency being Issued when the demand for It was urgent while securing Its retirement aa the demand fell oft It Is worth Investigating to determine whether officers and director of national batik should ever be allowed to loan to them selves Trust companies should bo subject to the sime supervision se banks legislation to this effect ahould be en acted for the District of Columbia and the territories Yet we must also remember that even the wisest legislation on the subject can only accomplish a curtain amount No legislation can by any possibility guar ante tho buslnen community against the results of speculative folly any more than It can guarantee an Individual against the result of his extravagance When an In- dIvidual mortgages his house to buy an automobile he Invite disaster and when wealthy men or men who pose as such or are unscrupulously or foolishly eager In become such Indulge In reckless spec ulation especially It It I accompanied by dishonesty they Jeopardize not only their own future but the future of all their In nocent fctlowcUUeiis for they expose the whole business community to panlo and distress He advises against any general tariff legislation this session of congress and says In a country of auch phenomenal growth as ours It In probably well that ewers dozen years or BO the tariff laws hould be carefully scrutinized aa aa to- see that no exresilvn or Improper bene fits are conferred thereby that proper revenue Is provided and that our foreign trade is encouraged There must always be as a minimum a tariff which will not only al low for the collection of an ample revenue but which will at least make good the difference 4n cost of production her and abroad that Is Iho difference In the labor cost here and abroad for the we11 being of the wage worker must over be a cardinal point of American policy The question should be approached pure ly from a nuilnea standpoint both the time and the manner of the change being such aa to arouse the minimum of agi tation and disturbance In the business world and to give the least play for selfish and factions motives The sole consideration should be to nee that the sumo total of changes represent the pub lie good This means that the subject cannot wllh wisdom bo dealt with In the year preceding a presidential election be cause as a matter of tact experience has conclusively shown that at such a time It II Impossible to gel men to treat It from the standpoint of the public good In my judgment the wise time to dual with the matter is Immediately after such elec tion He asks for the repeal of the tariff on paper end wood pulp lie reviews and enlarges upon his pre vious recommendations for the enactment of feJcral Inheritance and Income tux lawn Attention la called to the prosecution of wealthy offenders against the national laws and In this connection he asks that the laws under which their prosecutions are brought t strengthened and made more definite The lice nail the Abuse of Injunction Instances of abuse In the granting of Injunctions In labor disputes continue to occur and the resentment In the minds of those who feel that their rights are being Invaded and their liberty of action and of speech unwarrantably restrained continues to grow Much of the attack on the use of tin process of Injunction Is i wholly without warrant but I am con strained fa express the belief that for some ot It there Is warrant This ques lion II becoming more and more of prime Importance and unless the courts will themselvfft deal with It In effective man ner It Is remain ultimately to demand same form of legislative artlonIt would be most unfortunate for our social wel fare If we should permit nanny honest and laval ldlng citizens to feel that they bed just cause for regarding our courts with hostility earnestly com mend to tilt attention of the congress this matter so that some way nmy be devised vhlch will limit the abuse of In junctions and protect those rights which from time to time It unwarrantably Invade Moreover discontent Is often ox pressed wllh the un of the process ot Injunction by the mutts not only In la bor disputes but where stale lawn aro concerned I refrain from discussion of this question as I am Informed that It will coon receive the consideration of the supreme trout Of other legislation In the Interest of labor he favors federal Inspection of railroads providing limited but definite Ion pensation for accidents to all workmen employed In any way by the govcrnmint and says The constitutionality of the employers liability act passed by the preceding con grena hss been tarried before the courts In tw6 jurisdictions the law has been de clared unconstitutional and In three Juris dictions Us constitutionality lies been af firmed The question haa been carried to toe supreme court the case has been heard by that tribunal and a decision Is expected at an early dale In the event that the court should affirm t11I consti tutionality ot the act I urge further leg mymeMaKepractice of putting the entire jiurden of loss of life or limb upon the victim or tne victims family Is a form of social In justice In which the United States stands In unenviable prominence In both our federal and o ir state legislation we have with few exceptions scarcely gone farther than the repeat of the fellow servant principle of the old law of lIabll ity and In some ot our states even this alight modlticalton eta complete out grown has not yet been Secured He favors the extension of the eight hour Jaw to all departments of the government and to all work carried on by the government He urges legislation for the compulsory Investigation of Industrial dliputeaiiJ aaya The need for some provision for such Investigation was forcibly Illustrated during the past summer A strike of telegraph operators seriously Interfered with telegraphic communication caus ing great damage to business Interests and serious Inconvenience to the gen eral public Appeals were made to me from of the country tram city councils from boards of trade from chambers of commerce and from labor urging that steps be taken to terminate the strike everything that could With any pro tIetyb done by a representative of government was done without avail and for week the public stood by and suffered without recourse of any kind lied the machinery existed and had there been authority for compulsory Investigation of the dispute the public would have been placed In poseeeelon of the merit of the controversy and public opinion would probably have brought about prompt adjustment UlaIeUe U told that without feel e law evils anch as child labor an the overworking of women aa the fail ure to protect employee from lo sotlife or 11mb can be effectively reached any moro than tho evil of rebate and stockwatering can be reached without good laws To fall to stop these proc ices by legislation means to force honest men Into thorn because other wise the dishonest who surely will take advantage of thorn will have everything their own way If the states will correct these evils well and good but tho nation must stand ready to aid themInland Waterway System Should He Oeevloped The conservation of our national resources and their proper use constitute the fundamental problem which under Iles almost every other problem of our national life We must maintain for our civilization tho adequate material baalll without which that civilization cannot exist We must show foresight we must look ahead An a nation we not only enjoy a wonderful measure of present prosperity but If this prosper ity la used aright it Is an earnest ot future success such as no other nation will have The reward of foresight tot title nation la great and easily foretold nut there must be the look ahead there roust be a realization of the fact that to waste to destroy our natural resources to skin and exhaust the land Instead of using It so as to Increase Its usefulness will result In undermining In the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by right to hand down to thorn amplified and devel oped For the last few years through several agencies the government haa been endeavoring to Ret our people to look ahead and to substitute a planned and orderly development of our re sources In place of n haphazard striv ing for Immediate profit Our great river systems should bo developed as national water highways the Musts sippi with Us tributaries standing first In Importance and the Columbia sec ond although there are many other of Importance on the Paclnc and Atlantic end the gulf slopes The national gov ernment should undertake this work and I hope a beginning will be made In the present congress and the greatest of all our rivers the Mississippi should receive especial attention From the Great Lake to the mouth of the Mississippi there should be a deep wa terway with deep waterways leading from it to the east and the west Such a waterway would practically mean the extension of our coast line Into the very heart of our country It would be ot Incalculable benefit to our people If begun at once It can be carried through In time appreciably to relieve the con gestion of our great freight cnrrying lines of railroads The work should be systematically and continuously carried forward In accordance with some well conceived plan The main streams should be Improved to ttife highest point of efficiency before the improvement of the branches la attempted and the work should be kept free from every taint of recklessness or jobbery Attention Is called to the work ot Ir rigation and reclamation of govern inept lands In the same connection he asks for a revision ot the public land laws the lines proposed by the public lands commission Delleves the government should Increase Ita efforts to conserve our forests and should In crease by purchase the existing forest preserves On the subject of the natural resources of the nation ho says In the eastern United States the mineral fuels have already passed Into the hands of large private owners and those of the west area rapldly followlng It lVottVfoiis that these fuels should be conserved and not waited and It would bo well to protect the people against unjust and extortionate prices so far as that can still be done What has been accomplished In the great oil fields of tho Indian Territory by the action of the administration offers a striking example of the Rood results of such h policy In my judgment the government should have the right te keep the fee of the coal oil and gas fields In Ita own possession and to lease the rights to develop them under proper regulations or else It the congress will not adopt thlll method the coal deposits should be sold uniferJttm Itatlon to conserve them MS public utllltlr the rlulit to mine coal being i ep rnted from the title to the soil Tho regulations should permit coal lands to be worked In lufflclent quan tlty by the several corporation The present limitations have been absurd excessive and serva no useful purpose and often render It necessary that there should be either fraud or else abandonment of the work of getting out the coal- trogrrsa of the Work On the annum CannL Work on the Panama canal Is pro seeding In a highly satisfactory man neroIn March the total excavation In the Culebra Cut where effort was chiefly concentrated wu 815170 cubic yards In April this was Increased to S795 T cubic yards There was a con siderable decrease In the output for May and June owing partly to the advent of the rainy season and partly to temporary trouble with the tenshovel men over the question ofwages This trouble was settled satisfactorily to all parties sod In July the total ex cavation advanced materially and In August the grand total fromnil points In the canal prism by steam shovel and dredges exceeded all previous United States record reaching 1174 401 cubic yards In September this rec ord was eclipsed and a total of 1517 412 cubic yards was removed Of this amount 1411307 cubic yards were from the canal prism and U10S cubic yards were from accessory works hensuits were achieved In the rainy I- Nn with a ralnfa In August of 1181 Inches and In September of 1165 Inches Finally In October the record was again eclipsed the total excavation be log 186371 cubic yards a truly ex traordinary record especially In view of the heavy rainfall which was I7I Inches In fact experience during the last two rainy seasons demonstrate that the rains are a less serious ob stacle to progress than has bltUerto been supposed Work on the looks and dams at Gatun which began actively In Msrchl lat lees advanced so far that It la thought that masonry work on tho locks can be begun within 15 months Last winter bids were requested and received for doing the work of canal construction by contract None of them was found to be satisfactory and all were rejected It Is the unanimous opinion of the present commission that the work can be done better more cheaply and more quickly by the government than by private contractor Fully 89 cent of the entire plant needed for construction has been pur chased or contracted for machine chops have been erected and equipped for making all needed repairs to the plant many thousands of employes have been secured an effective organ zation hiss been perfected a recruiting system Is In operation which Is capable of more labor than can be used advantageously employee are well sheltered and well fed salaries paid are satisfactory and the work Is not only going forward smoothly but It Is producing results far In advance anliclpetfoneUnderchange In tits method of prosecuting the work would be unwise and unjust liable for It would Inevitably dlsqrvaft Ize existing conditions check progress lenJrlbel1theUmeIre iileiit It eco m nen ds Ioital Savings Hank I commend to the favorable consid oration of the congress a postal say Ings bank system as recommended by the postmaster general The primary object Is to encourage among our peo pIe economy and thrift and by the use of postal savings banks to give them an opportunity to husband their resources particularly those who haven tho facilities at hand for depositing their money In savings banks Viewed however from the experience of the put few weeks It Is evident that the advantages of such an Institution are still more farreaching Timid depose tore have withdrawn their savings for the time being from national bank Individuals have hoarded their cash and the workIngmen their earnings all of which money has been withdrawn and kept In hiding or In the sale de posit box to the detriment of prosperity Through the agency of the pos tel savings banks such money would be restored to the channels of trade to the mutual benefit of capital and labor- I further commend to the congress the consideration of the postmaster generals recommendation for an extension of the parcel post especially on tho rural routes There are now 88 215 rural routes serving nearly 16000 000 people who do not have the ad vantages of tho Inhabitants of titles In obtaining their supplies These recommendations have been drawn up to benefit the farmer and the country storekeeper otherwise I should not favor them for I believe that It Is good policy for our government to do everything possible to aid the small town and the country district It la desirable that the country merchant should not ba crushed out The fourthclass postmasters con vention has passed a very strong reso lution In favor of placing the fourth clans postmaster under the civil servI- ce law The administration has already put Into effect the policy ot refusing to remove any fourthclass post masters save for reasons connected with the good of the service and It Is endeavoring so far aa possible to remove them from the domain of partisan politics It would be a most desirable thing to put the fourthclass postmaa tars In the classified service He renews his recommendations of last year In regard to Alaska calls at tention to the admission of Oklahoma as a state urges the Importance of pro viding shipping relief for Hawaii asks for citizenship for Porto Hlcans and SecretaryTartaofficial returns He asks for the creation of a bureau of mines recommend the providing of funds for preserving The Hermitage the home of Andrew Jackson and the erection of a naval monument at Vicksburg Corporation Contribution to ComuBlgn Expense voting1snecessarydutyIt is well to provide that corporations hallnot contribute to presidential or national campaigns and furthermore to eonh1butlon however always danger In laws of this kind which from their very nature are bolnzlutand disobeyed by the unscrupulous ao as to act only as a penalty upon honest men Moreover nu such law would ham per an unscrupulous man of unlimited mean from buying his own way Into of lice There la a very radical measure which would I believe work a substan tial Improvement In our system of con ducting a campaign although I am well AWAre that It will take some time for people to so familiarize themselves with such a proposal as to be willing to con cider its adoption The need for collect Ins large campaign funds would vanish It congress provided an appropriation for the proper and legitimate expenses of each of the great national parties an ap propriation ample enough to meet the necessity for thorough organization and machinery which requires a large ex penditure of money Then the stipulation should be made that no party ro celvlng campaign funds from the treasury should accept more than a fixed amount from any Individual subscriber or donor and the necessary publicity for receipts and expenditures could without difficulty be provided Wants Improvement In the Ocean Mull Service I call your especial attention to the un satisfactory condition of our foreign mall service which because of the lack of American steamship lines la now largely done through foreign lines and which particularly so tar aa South and Central America are concerned Is done In a man net which constitutes a serious barrier to the extensions of our commerce The time lies come in my judgment to act to work seriously to make our ocean mall service correspond more closely with our recent commercial and political development A beginning was made by the ocean mall act of March X 1831 but even at that time the act was known to bo Inadequate In various par ticulars Since that time events have moved rapidly In our history We have acquired Hawaii the Philippines and lesser islands In the Pacific We are steadily prosecuting the great work of uniting at the Isthmus the waters of the Atlantic and the Pacific To a greater extent than seemed probably even a dozen years ago we may look to an American future on the sea worthy of the tradition of our past As the first step In that direction and the step most feasible at the present time 1 recommend the extension of the ocean mall act of 1ML That act has stood for ome years free from successful criticism of Its prim dpi and purpose It was based on theo rles of the obligations of a great mari time nation undisputed In our own land and followed by other nations since the beginning of steam navigation Briefly those theories are that It I I the duty of n firstclass power so far ae practicable to carry Its ocean matte under Its own flag that the fut ocean steamships and their crews required for uch mall serve Ice are valuable auxiliaries tathe sea power of a nation Furthermore the construction of such steamships insure tho maintenance In an efficient condition of theahlpyard in which our battleships must be built The expenditure of public money for the performance of such necessary tune tions of government is certainly war ranted nor is It necessary to dwell upon the Incidental benefits to our foreign commerce to the shipbuilding Industry and to ship owning and navigation which will accompany the discharge of these urgent public duties though they too should have weight Asks lacrosse tn POT for Army OMcerasod Men- The president devotee much space to the affairs ef the army and strongly urges that our regular military organi sation be kept up to the highest possible standard of efficiency and rrThe medical corps should be much greater than the needs of our regular army hi war Yet at present 4t Is small er than the needs ef the service demand even In peace The Spanish war oc curred less than ten years ago The chief loss we suffered In It was by disease among the regiments which never let the country At the moment the Rtitea shied deeply i preM i br Uili fact yet seemingly It has flljeady bees forgotten for not the slightest effort has been made to prepare a medical corps of sufficient size to prevent the repetition of the same disaster on a much larger scale If we should over be engaged In a serious conflict But tho medical department la not the only department for which Increased prov- Ision should be made The rate of pay for the officers should be greatly In creased there Is no higher type of citizen than the American regular onlcer and he should have a fall reward for his ad work There ahould be a rela tively even greater Increase In the pay forth unlisted men An especial provision should be mado for establishing grades equivalent to those of warrant officers In the navy which should be open to the enlisted men who serve sufficiently lone and who do their work well Inducements should be offered sufficient to encourage really good men to make the army a llfo occupation The prime nerds of our present army is to secure and retain compe tent noncommissioned officers This dlm culty rests fundamentally on the ques lion of pay The noncommissioned officer does not correspond with an unskilled la borer he corresponds to the beat type of Bklllfd workman or to the subordinate official In civil Institutions Wages have greatly Increased la outside occupations In the last 40 years and the pay of the soldier like the pay of the officers should be proportionately Increased The first sergeant of a company If a good man must be one of such executive andad ministrative ability and such knowledge of his trade as to be worth far more than we at present pay him The same Is true ot the regimental sergeant major These men should be men who had fully resolved to make the army a life occupa tion and they should be able to look forward to ample reward while only men properly qualified should be given a chance to secure these final rewards The Increase over the present pay need not be great in the lower graded for the tint one or two enlistments but the Increase should be marked for the noncommis sioned officers of the upper grades who serve long enough to make It evident that they Intend to stay permanently in the army while additional pay should be given for high qualifications In target practiceAmong the officers there ahould be severe examinations to weed out tho unfit up to the grade of major From that position on appointments should be solely by selection cad It should be understood that a man of merely av erage capacity could never get beyond the position of major while every man who serves In any grade a certain length of time prior to promotion to the next grade without getting the promotion to the next grade should be forthwith retired President Sees Need litilargely Increased Navy The president asks for a continuous Increase In the navy and asks present congress for appropriations for four new battleships and says We need always to remember that In time of war the navy Is not to bo used to defend harbors and seacoast cities we should perfect our system of coast fortifications The only efficient use for the navy la for offense The only way In which it can efficiently protect our own coast against the possible action of a foreign navy Is by destroy ing that foreign navy For defense against a hostile fleet which actually attacks them the coast titles must depend upon their forts mines torpedoes submarines and torpedo boats and destroyers All of these together are ef ficient for defensive purposes but they In no way supply the place of a thoroughly efficient navy capable of actinic on the offensive for parrying never yet won a fight It can only be won by hard tilting and nn aggressive eea go- Ing navy alone can do this hard hitting of the offensive type Dut the forts and the like are necessary so that the navy may be footloose In time of wee there is sure to be demand under pres sure of fright for the ships to be scat tered so as to defend all kind of ports Under penalty of terrible disaster this demand must be refused The ships must be kept together and their ob jective made the enemies fleet If fortifications are sufficiently strong no modern navy will venture to attack thIn so long as the toe has In exist ence a hostile navy of anything like the same size or efficiency Rut unless there exists such a navy then the forti fications are powerless by themselves to secure the victory For of course the mere deficiency means that any resolute enemy can at his leisure com bine all his forces upon one point with the certainty that he can take It Riven Itenion for UeapMeh Of Fleet In the Pacific Until our battle fleet Is much larger than at present It should never be split Into detachments so far apart that they could not In event of emergency ba speedily united Our coast line is on the Pacific just as much as on the Atlantic The Interests of California Oregon and Washington artthuwholephatically the Interests of union as those of Maine and New York of Louisiana and Texas The battlo fleet should now and then be moved to the Pacific Just as at other time It ehoifld be kept In the Atlantic When time Isthmian canal Is built the transit of the battle fleet from one ocean to the other will be comparatively ea V Until It Is built I earnestly hope that the battle fleet will be thus shifted be tween the two oceans every year or two The marksmanship on all our ships has improved phenomenally dur log the lat Rye year Until within the lat two or three years It was not possible to train a battle fleet In squadron maneuvers under service condition and It is only during these last two or three years that the training under theae conditions has become really ef fective Another and most necessary stilde In advance Is now bingtakn- She battle fleet la about starting by the Straits of Magellan to visit the Pielflc coast Sixteen battleships are going under the command of Rear Ad miral Evans while eight armored cruisers and two other battleships will meet him at San Francisco whither certain torpedo destroyers are also go Ing No fleet of such sure has ever made such a voyage and It will be of very treat educational use to all engaged In it The only way by which to teach nfflcere and men how to handle the fleet so as to meet every possible strain and emergency In time of war la to have them practice under similar conditions in time of peace Moreover the enly way to find out our actual needs Is to perform In timeof peace whatever maneuvers might be neces nary In time of war After war is de Glared It is too late to find out the needs that mean to Invite disaster The trip to the Pacific will show what some of our needs are and will enable us to provide for them The proper place for an officer to learn his duty Is at sea and the only way In which a navy can ever be made efficient le by practice at sea under all thk condi tion which would have to be met tt war existed He reviews the work accomplished by the second peace conference at The Hague notes the Improvement of af fairs In Cuba and the preparations bo log made to reestablish ths govern ment of the Island republic arks per mission to cancel the remainder of Chinas Indemnity obligation te us and reviews the effect ot Secretary Rootav Visit to Mexico THBODORB ROOSEYRUTt Tlie White Mouse Deeemfea t 19th- r7 IT tieloiaiolslotofoiotelolooolololololoioloioioealot0 I East Kentucky Correspondence 1 J I News You Get Nowhere Else i 0 0 Bo errtiiwi tic ptbUiked tiles ilfsed In Id bj the writer Till name ll Bit ter publication tit m u trUiic et tool ftlth write plainly 00l0lololoioioloioi0loloioSee of renewal premiums They are us good baargalns as you can get any where Make your choice and send In your renewal today- OWSLEY COUNTY VINCKNT Vincent Nov 30The money stringency has begun to take effect thru out our country William Treadway who has been In the U S army for i three years returned home Sunday 1andIs now shaking hands with old y and acquaintances T B Ven l able was In Lexington the latter part of the week on business J B Scott of Buck Creek was a visitor at Vln cent Thapksgtvtngbtr and Mrs Grover Wanton ot Jackson Town was wishing Mrs Blantons parents Saturday I and Sunday Miss Pearl Tread way of Heldelburg was visiting friends and relatives In our place Thanksgiv ingTho stave and tie hauling which hiss been the general go through the summer and fall Is coming to a stand- stillI William Chllds who has been awry for some two or three years Is back with home folks at f present Zcach Wilson and wire and Leonard Becknell and wife both of Boonevllle were the guests of W S Treadway Sunday Much success to The Citizen and Its many readers and the Repub lican state ticket for th J noxt four years Is the appeal of your corres gondcnt- TIIAVKLLKIIS 11IIST Nov 23We are having some nice weatherCol Benjamin Botner still rejoices over the success ot the Re publican ticket this year SupU G W Garrett visited our school last week and gave an Interesting address to the children B S Minter has been very sick with pneumonia but is convaleacentReports of No 0 District are good under the able man agoment of W H Venable Sad news reached S P Can dell Friday of i the death of his friend Ollle Gash who was killed by accident In Havlln Hotel Cincinnati OGraele BotnerI Is visiting her grandfather at Stanton Dr John D Herd and Bingham Young have a fine lot of logs to be h rafted In Sturgeon Creek Sidney Caudell and B N Minter has wp plied the neighborhood with a fine i lot ot cool MADISON COUNTY UKEVVIW Dreyfus Nov DWe are having forjwinters woodMrs William Jones and Luther Klmbertaln went to De rea one day this weekM P Walton and wife spent lut Tuesday with L R McSwaln and family at Berea j Mr Frank Jones and family of Red Lick will move to this neighborhood In a few day as soon as they can i get tbelr new house no they can go In it Welcome Mr JonestThey celebrated Thanksgiving night at this plane by having prayer meeting at t the Disciples church =Mrs Nan Jones and son Freddie went to Jackson County last Wednesday to Me Mm Jones mother Mrs Click They also visited her daughter Mrs Etbel Wil llama and orally returning home efl Thanksgiving dayThe boys of this community aw having lots of fwd rab bit hunting nowf P Walton was at Mr Tom TVinklers one day thl- evfkVo are glad to Welcome the Rov Mr Spencer and family of Lee County to our midst We think It would fo nice and proper for Brother Spencer to give us an latJAea and preach for us We need more preaching Mr Tom Bakers wjio has beep sick fog some time Is better We hope she villl soon be wall Miss Mina Jones Is no better CLAY COUNTY IHllfillTNIIADE- Brightahade Nov UJper Small twood died last week and was burled at the graveyard near his home on Mill Creek Florence Harebell Lettie- i WagerS Gilbert Wagers and Henry Mills went to Manchester yesterday to spend Thanksgiving J R fiuwll jwoodhas purchased his brother Share utoro of William Smallwood Brother and will run the business ailing R L Thomas of Ford and John Fowler of Berea were liars on- t tmslnesa for Ford Lumber Co 3as- tweekAndrew Hubbard baa bought the tot and store here which was for merly the property of Flat Licit Stave GoTho stavo mill is still running and the teams nro keeping plenty of J staves on the William Mills J it T Mills Sam Smith and others were uummoned to Georgetown as witnesses yiin the Powers caseAnderson Small wood brought a fine organ liomo from Flat Lick last week The number of such Instruments that have found t I Iossoioioloeoioloioloeosoeatheir neighborhood very recently speaks well for our people Visitors to cur neighborhood say that more work la being carried on hero than at any oth er place they have found There is little Idleness hero in fact and our people are thriving However sever al boys who are working for the stave company and bringing our tim ber supply nearer exhaustion should be in school instead- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CLIMAX Climax Dec 2 Robert Isaacs passed turn hero one day last week on buslnessGrant York has gone to hauling logs to the mill to build him a new house Isaac and George Roe tor are also planning to put up a now house between now and next spring Minnie Ahgllh who has returned from Paint Lick after a long visit re ports a nice timeD G Rector is to go to Richmond soon to consult with Dr OIbionS L Roso says hI is not going to have any more cross ties made for a while The revival meeting at New Hope has closed There have been sixteen additions to the church nOON Boone Dec 2Mrs Dotson near Conway died from consumption last Sunday night and was burled at Soar fold Cane She loaves a husband and six children to mourn her loss The little son of Mr and Mrs Cornollcon near Conway died at their homo Friday night W M Smith wont to Berea today on buslnoss The family of T S Wren is arranging to visit In Illinois some time soonMr Parlor cf Crab Orchard and Miss Florence Hole man of this place were quietly married last week John Johnson of Villa Grove 111 Is visiting roiatlvq near horoT S Wren returned home Thanksgiving DayMr James Lam SaturIdaJACKSON COUNTY- Dr Robert Cowley a highly trained specialist In eye ear throat and none dlioaees of all kinds will be at McKee on Friday Saturday and Monday December S72830 and will treat all cased which are brought to him lie has been known for several years as the college doctor at Berea and was chosen for that place by President Meet because ot his high record and WeeIBt idled In Europe and had several years experience Any one leaving troul le with their eyes oars nose or throat would do well to see him fir he has made a special study of these parts and doctors having specially dif ficult cue will find it wise to consult with him as his equipment and train- Ing will aid them greatly 31ILnltnn Mildred Nov 28Very pleasant weather now Thomas Dunlgan ta In the drilling business William Morrie of Middle Fork wax the guest of hU aunt Jane Morris Monday night R P Welchs children who have been very sick with the measles are better Manrejr Moore is having fine success with his mill this fall We ate glad to hear of tbe recovery of Mss Llssto Dnnlgaa who hiss been afflicted for over two yarn1L F Mow is building him a sow shop Ilk sAyys Jteerp to U9 a blacksmith JM Morgan has goer e to Hoses Creek to work CPr his uncle U Moore Q V hays Imo gore to see Us mother who IB very lost Mount Stewart ibis completed bin new otlkr Hays Pincher Co got about 400 Ue oft to market thls taleWJo- nes Is hating vory good attendance at Ills school for the nieailae to be so thfek around It Vf wish Mr Jones the heat of sutoees as lie It a splendid good teaohir Wpuld le glad to honr from trio Uroen trail cor respondent againMCKKI5 l McKee Nov 2j5 Thf recent heavy rains ba a put out roads in bad condition A turn pike from Berea to McKee would be worth much to our county Tho Rof line flossier Mid family who have been away on a two months vacation returned to McKee last Thursday Mrs Cynthia Ponder is visiting friends at Welchburg this week Oscar Brumback has moved In to the Howard property recently va cated by Deputy Sheriff W T Brum back Samuel Howard Is In Chvsley County this week on buslnesso W Brockman of Evergreen was in town Saturday Jailor John Fanner went to Maulden today on bu3lnossMr- Canada Sparks has moved Into his new house on Wall streetMr John Fow ler Is erecting a new dwelling house on Johnson street near the Bank Mr Fowler recently bought a horse and onehalt Interest in a mall contract Now Mr Fowler Is solo carrier from here to High Knob The Rev Isaac Messier preached at the Academy Sun day morning at 11 and Sunday oven Ing at 7Sunday school Is prospering hero avcrago attendance about CO William Fowler and family have re turned from Hamilton Ohio Trading in mules and horses was not as brisk last County Court hero as common The Rev Mr Ball filled his regular appointment hero on tho 3rd Saturday and Sunday 7I11MIIEKORK- Mtddlefork Nov 30Davld and Jake Gabbard of Hurley arc building a chimney for Wes Angel this week Dan Lear of Carico was a pleasant caller at Dud ColosSundayCap Wil son who has been attending court lit London retumed to his home Thurs dayWes Angel made n business trip to McKee Friday Does Wilson mado a flying trip to Livingston Monday Mrs Letha Angel and Miss Doiua Colo went opossum hunting tho other night and caught a fine opossum Prayer meetlhg in tho now ocliool house near Indian Creek every Wednesday night I hope they will be very successful Green Lake of Evergreen and Leonard Martin of Goochland havo bought Da vid Gabbards property at Double Lick and will deal In ties and goods also Mrs Bottle Dollard is on the sick lilt this week We hope sho will have n speedy recovery Ovo Tussey and Minnie Angel saythey expect to apeud their Christmas in Junction City Georgo Johnson Is teaching a splendid school at this place Mlddlofork Nov Si We haY been having lots of rain for the last week Unalo Jake Gabbard of Hurley was at Wee Angels Saturday night on business Mrs Belle TuMty and little son Herbert ot near Carleo visited friends and relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Robert the Infant son of Mr and Mrs Dan Angel is vory slokTho Rev Mr Ball cf McKee doted a five days meeting at the now school house near Middle Fork Friday night with good attend ance We would be glad to have Mr Ball with us again in the near future Mr Joo Tussey has gone into the tie lIulhl sOlga Tuswy has been on the sick list for several dye Drummer Lear of Heifers Dranuti posted thru hero Sunday on hl way to MoKeo Does Wilson who 1 been hauling staves on Horse Lick returned to his bom Saturday IIUIILRY- Hurley Nov IOWo art harmg some very nice weather heroOur as seseor John S Lakes was in this community Friday as aoreel Marris of Mildred vIsited friends at Hurley Sunday Mrs Jacob H Gab bard Sr Is visiting her son John F Gabbard Jr of Sand Llek this week B II Cole and family who rQGeaUr moved to this place are liking their- I new home Jake and Dave Gabhart are building a chimney for Wesley I Angel ot near Mtddlefork this week Wiley Roberta who has been in Lee County at work for some time returned home lost week Wes An of near Mlddlefork visited thin aged grandfather old Uncle Wesley Gab bard Thursday Old Uncle Wesei t line been in a critical condition for I some time but seems to be getting along wellMrs Mary Begley rI Mildred Ky visited her sisterlalaw Mrs Line Jane Moore of this place Sunday night and Monday Mrs Brad leyHelUud Is quite sick We hope her ii speedy recovery Mrs Loth Gab ard visited liar stater SKha Angel Friday night and Saturday bits Lime J Cole Shrttoi and tkUI Roberts WeN the Inn nIn of Mrs Jt OnMnn Jr Satnraay The wwI4 II I bells n rlsUig tnthlll Vi- I ialty There are woipers of twe otkeprtirai ding sear been verb swn 6Key C Qnbbanl of hlsarr Arrot sndr MSa Kannie V Gabbanl a flue yoanf tad of this place were hawiily married the homo of Ute brides parents Then day evening the Rev B H Cole off ciating A dainty add appetizing sup per was served About 40 guest tro fyrownt The Young couple have n host of friends In and around Ilur who unite with one accord In wtshiui them a long prosperous and iIi u iunt voyage 011 the sea of life Malt Imp pima ever attend thou Is the wish of tho correspondent nNNYIItE Anntillo Nov2JDr A T Neal and wlfo who have beep visiting relatives In Anderson and Clark counties for two weeks returned proms ln Tuesday Mr Roscoo Taylor returned home the first of the week train Lexington whore ho graduated from tho commercial college Joe Evereolo of South Fork was visiting here Tuesday evening Mr Oscar Johnson who haS- been working In Hamilton for sometime returned home last week Our school is progressing finely with Mr L J West as teacher All the pupils are delighted to have such an able in structor Mrs Nellie Akeman who has been dangerously sick is better at this tlmeMr Albert S Johnson who has been In the Philippine Islands for two years use returned to the States and is now at Fort Leaven worth Kansas Our Sunday school fa- In a good working order with an average ot over sixty each Sunday 1 There is a good deal ot sickness in preocntIMfSI I recentIlyThois very sick at this time A good many trees wore planted In the schoolhouse yard last Thursday by the teach ers and pupils VOVTOWN Foxtown Nov 28 Turner Murphy bUttland entertained a crowd of young WednesdayII Isaacs are on tho sick llstTom Al- corn und his sister Bottle were tho guests ot Maud Powell last Saturday and Sunday School was closed en Thanksgiving All of tho ohlldrvn I seemed to enjoy themiolvos Thoio- haVb beon several weddlnea since the election N J Coyle bought two fine hogs lost Thursday Mrs Win Isaacs and family are visiting hor sister at Chestnut Flat Jamoa usher from Bo auntlRlehardping last week Mtes Vina MoParlawl spent last Tuesday with Mrs MeFar land I TXIIIt Tyner Nov 30SW1 busy corn gathering Wo are glad to say that Mrs Battle Miller who list been on the sick list for tho past week is greatly Improved Miss Sudlo Miller visited her slater Miss Fannie Hays at Bcngo Sunday night She met several friends there and reports a fine time Mrs Jane Hamilton is poorly Miss Dora Miller visited her cousin Dora Amyx at Egypt Tuesday night Thcro was quite a largo crowd at W n Reynolds Sunday All report a fine time KTini Ethel Dec 2Wo are having some very fine weather Almost everybody Is dono gathering corn Emily J Cowlns who has been at Rome Georgia somo years has returned to her old homo Ella tho youngest daugh ter of U S G Rico has burned her hand very badlyShorman Marcum who has been very 111 for somo time is a little better at this writing Mr Burnett Bingham has returned homo from tho picture buslctss and so have lots of other picture men Miss Llz xlo Wilson and Mr Lizzie Old mm visited U S G Rices Thursday night Nlram Sliomoro and wife visited R P Marcums lost Thursday Mltsca Julia and Lizzie Ferguson Miss Alice Hurley and others visited Mrs Martha Rico last Sunday Tho nun 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