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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oreoc BEREA PUBLISHINO 00 IIHOtfarOluT1 SS STANLEY fROST M naCr a 0 Knlcrtd at tht ottojtt al Bern Ay u teenut M 0eUwnnllfuitttr SoSoloeoSoeoSoSOSOSOSoSOSOSo I Vol IX Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY DECEMBER 20 1007 One Dollar a year No NEWS Of THE WEEK Fourth Mine Disaster this Month Congress Adjourns for Holidays Fleet Getting Along Well Tho fourth serious coal mlno acci lent In four weeks occurred lad Thurs day whoa an explosion In tho Darr Mine at Jacobs Creek Ia burled and probably killed over two hundred men Rescuers havo been unable to mako much progress toward rescue or recovery of tho bodies and the number of dead will not bo known for some Urns Some place It as high as four hundred Tho series of accidents which has caused the deaths of 657 men at least In the Christmas month Us led West Virginia governor to eaU an extra session of tho legislature to pass new laws regulating work In mines In spite of tho hopeful tone the newspapers are taking In regard to the financial situation the country Is not yet out of the woods There have been ft BO further development during the last week but It la likely that the coming one will lod ni6re exdUmcht the fun situation will be deaf 10- 0ahlt the New Year At best it WIn tAe some monies to get everything back Into running orderat worst the panic will be one of the worst ever known All because some rich men want to make Ur Roosevelt unpopu lar It la estimated that the revenue of the government rill be 131000000 ten than last year and as a result Chairman Tawney of the House Committee on Appropriations has announced that all appropriations will have to be greatly cut down The army and navy will probably suffer most and there will almost certainly bo no approprl atlon for public buildings canals or any other new works It Is however almost sure that Congress will take up the currency quest- Ion and pass a law that will give re list The measure will probably bo simple and will provide for the Issu anceotmore money by the government and banks when It Is needed Ono of the most disgraceful affairs which has happened In Congress In years oame last Thursday when John t harp Williams the Democratic lead frogot Into a fist tight with David A of Missouri his closest r 1JDrArmond probable successor an leader was over tho appointment of an unimportant man to an unimpor tant commlttB and DtAnnrnd as eased WIUURM of lying Williams hits him and there was a mixup till friends InUfeml Both mon drew blocxL Dcfosu this when such things here happened tho House has often I I nxrrllcd thu guilty members but this occurred after adjournment tho the members were on the floor and as a result tho UtS can do nothing stout It Coy Mogoon of Cuba announces that tho yellow fever which Is always a great danger to our southern costa has been driven out of Cuba as a re suit of tho American occupation A band of Yaqul Indians in northern Mexico went on a rampage last week and killed twelvo men Tho Indians c live In the mountains full ot sliver and gold and aro trying to keep back the whlto men that kcop coxlic after the precious metals The great fleet which started for the Pacific has been getting along at a I rapid rato and was expected to make I t its first port Christmas eve There are reports both that tho wholo fleet will return by way of tho Suez Canal thus going entirely around the globe and that a part of the ships will be left In the Pacific to guard American j Interests there Neither of these has been confirmed I Tho foolishness of tho chargo that tho President Is responsible for tho financial trouble Is shown by the tact i that there Is much greater distress abroad than hero In Germany for InlmanTthoro aro twelvo thousand children go t t Ing to school every day without break fast- Lii WINTER TERM of Berea College Opens New Years Day With Chapel Exercises at8amt- t t 4 J THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People KENTUCKY The Ladles Hall Aronimmlotr Hereral Ladjr Teaelien and One Hundred heat llrl The Hoarding Hall In Itaietnrnt Annnrt with It Hteain Cookers Olve good anllIMraU to Ml Hundred Person A GOOD 1 oi ug topple whoare undertaking long journey to Berea and parent who are sending their children fa from home will be Interested to know how well Berea students are provided torIlII A treat Undertaking to arrange A homo for several hundred young peo vIe und it has only been because of oc Miss Cameron WUh her llrli SeU Tnble for Hit Hundred ILo superior wisdom and energy of Bo rafts management that this school has made Its equipments so complete and we may almost say perfect Health Prof Wm Cook TearhrtYnu to Read the OreekTeatament good manners recreation coholarshlp are all provided for To begin with every student IB supposed to hue notified the secretary Miss Campbell Tenche Oltl nlon the Cabinet Organ Mr Will C Gamble that ho Is corn- Ing and sent him 100 as n deposit to secure a room and key Accordingly thorn will be soveral peoplo In Borca expecting them when ho arrives and it will not bo like going to a strange place Besides this thero aro BO maty young people hero from all directions that every new student Is suro to havo tame pleasant surprises In meeting old acquaintances Of course many como with older Berea students whom they havo long known Young ladles go at onco to see Miss Bowcrsox the dean of women at La dles Hall Young men call upon the assistant treasurer Mr Cartmell who has the assignment of rooms for them The rooms are furnished with all ne cessary articles bedding lamp study table oven a dust pan The students take their meals at the Ladles Hall More than ono hun dred young ladles have their rooms here and the other young women to gether with tho young men come her Continued on Sixth rage 1 oo IDr CawfI Lincoln Contain Headquarter Collrglnte Acndemr Steam Electric Light TWENTY YEARS HENCE HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE WILL BE GLAD THAT THEY STARTED TO BErtEA NOW You are sure to miss things you do not make start Every day we have letters from people who say agobutI fear too late It We never hear of anybody who is sorry he started to get an education- It takes courage to start out We feel badly to leave home and friends But really we go away to school for their sakes we shall be worth more home and friends because of our education and we shan have double joy when the year of scHool is over and we come home once more And really nobody ought to hesitate one moment in starting to Berea certainly find friends here some friends whom you have known before and some new well See how our old students love justlikeAnd then think of the Itameans money hdnor power to help your friends and make the world better Twenty years hence hund reds of people will be glad that they started to Berea NOW f r WE WISH YOU HAPPY NEW YEAR I startinginAnd our readers who are not students can all expect partThereFath and plans the events of life for each of and ready giveslhelp make a Happy Year Let trust Him And let work with Him make the New Year happy one to all our neighbors IMr Burgess dtr1 llulldlng I Mr Cartmell 11Eer1 TO OF said a father to his you like a pig you know what a pig Yes sir a pig is a hogs little boy This Is told of a whoso was ill Ono night the shook his J Hall of the nnd Nor theMtereeptlcanHeat if a it is to ones as to A er us is us it us us to a and are Do Is1 nnd I Mr Blerly Train Young Men In Farm Mrs Dlnsmore Trnchri In Normal BEREA HAS FIFTY TEACHERS AND OFFICERS SEVEN LARGE AND FOURTEEN SMALLER SCHOOL BUILDINGS THINGS THINK Johnny greedy offspring answered Johnny Phllndolphtan motherinlaw alarmingly Management Engltih Department OVER physician head and said impressively She has got to go to a hot climate Mind I dont mean a warm place but a hot one Tho soninlaw disappeared but soon emerged from the collar carrying an axe Handing it to tho doctor ho exclaimedHero you do Itl I cant Llp plncottI x HAS HELP FOR ALL Berea College Is really not so much one Institution as a group of schools supportershaveso thero have been arranged a great number of different courses of study so that nn anbltous young man orE Prof Rumold Start Young Men for the Study of Medicine woman can get training of almost every kind And there am si many students that everyone can be placed with a group- I Miss Boatright TraIn Normal Stunt to Teach Young Cltlldrnu of others like himself where ho w11lI have a good tlino and mako most rap Id progress THE MODEL SCHOOLS aro for those least advanced They are manJ Miss Moore Teaches Hove to Care for the Sick I aged by Superintendent Edwards whoso headquarters aro in the Rustic Cottage east of Lincoln Hall Ho has more than a dozen teachers and stu lent3 of all degrees of advancement Students in tho Model Schools have a chance to borrow from ths Institu tion all the books they needI studios except Bibles and dlctlonl1rI ies They all have free lessons InI singing farm management household management and tho use of tools It has been very surprising to seo what l rnjild progress turdreds of young peo plo have mado by tho kind assistance of Professor Edwards and his teachers in these Model Schools I THE TRADES SCIIOOLS aro to help young people fit themselves quickly to earn money If young menI monley powerI I oeeeollvoeooeoeoeoe 0 o The Citizen Ise Idly Let Your iusinessko Keep Pace With It Iy Allvero o Using 0 a O t auNOSOSOMoOSObo5OPnas I 28I I t SCHOOL i MONEYTALKS How a Bank Saves Meney for Its Depositors Most formers do not keep a double entry set of books for their accounts fund If they have their money deposlt i j ed in this bank they do not need anrCbookkeeping of their own t I A large number of the farmers al ready have accounts with the Berea I Bank and Trust Company They mako 1r It a rule to deposit all their money In the bank as soon as they get It and then pay tho store keeper tho work hand and all their other bills with checks drawn against their accountlThese farmers are wise They have found that money deposited In a bank Is not BO easily nor so often fooled Jaway as It would be carried around In the pocketsIThey have also found out that pay I ing bills by checks Is much cater than I paying with the money bccauso the I person they give tho check to mustIsign his name across tho back of the check before ho can get the moneytand tho books of tho bank will always that he got the money tr I It your money Is deposited in the Berea Bank and Trust Company It will be safe from loss by fire thieves or carelessness You will not bo so likely to spend it for something you do not need And your money will always bo as fully subject to your control as it could be In your own pocket The man who pays all his bills by check never has to pay twice We want the account of every farmer the small accounts as well as the large ones If you have never tried this plan of keeping a record of your business it will be money In your pocket to think the matter overI Berea Bank t Trust Co WILLSON DOING WELL Kentucky Seems to Have Good Gov ernor at LastPresIdential Candi dates Busy- Kentucky 4 Is beginning to feel that she has a governor at last Mr Wilt Is doing the right thing In DO many different ways that It is hard to pick them all out but mostly his actions are based on two principles i that all men shall have justice and that the law of the state must and shall be enforced These aro the two principles on which all good govern ment rests and he could do no better i The governors greatest achievement so far has been the bringing of peace between part of the tobacco growers and tho trust This Is more fully described in another column as Is his prompt reply to Chief Justice ORear i who made a speech condemning the r sending of troops into the disturbed districtsThe has made two other speeches during the week which have shown what ho Intends to do The first was at a banquet in Louisville where he declared that the law was gong to bo enforced in this state to the full limit of his powers and that the old shamo of Kentucky and her reputation as a lawless and violent state would soon be ended This is fully In keeping with his sending of troops where they are needed and his refusal to pardon Power or to act In any other cases before the courts The other speeca was at a banquet given In his honor In CInclnnal by the New England C Association Tho editor of The Citizen had the pleasure of being present on this occasion and can fully testify as to the simple earnestness and vigor with which Mr Willson spoke He said only a few words and Indulged in no oratory but told plainly and simply his desire to be of some use There was no mistaking that he mean it and that he is not seeking self advancement but Is only trying to servo the people in his work as governor On subject to which the governor is turning his attention Is the redistrict- Ing of the state lie has called for advice from a number of Important men of both parties saying that he believes that all honest people are in favor of a fair division of the state Also he la reported to be considering the election law and it Is understood that recommendations as to the correction of these two great evils will be practically all that he will lay beItore the legislature In his first message to It Mr Willson has also shown his care for the wishes of the people by saying that ho will make no appolntmenttlll Continued on last page I uu rryurqtit a BYAR7HlRIfENlY EYtX- JPJ2fm Evll6R9if7t7tfCb CHAPTER XIX Continued And when she had summoned assist ance 7 When the castla was stormed as It were by gendarmes My own peril would be extreme- It was hopeless to prevent the In evitable The rescue of Captain Forbes would bo accomplished my complicity in the intrigues of Dr Starva and lladamo do Vnrnler would De taken for granted Expostulations would bo useless My very presence In the chateau would be face evidence of my guilt And so I bad played my desperate came to no purpose To save myself that was my one thought Two courses lay before me Could I make my way to Captain Forbes Could I effect his release before Helena returned with help If that were possible and if I could hastily make my position clear to the kings messenger all might yet be well At least so far as the establish rnent of my Innocence was concerned- Or I might overtake Helena Brett To her I might make my confession And if she wore persuaded not only that I was acting in her Interests but that my plan to clear up Sir Marti mers disappearance promised success I might even now be successful- It was my fear that she would scorn fully refuse both to believe my story and to accept my aid that made me tiesltalo as to this course jt 5ras Dr Starva who decided for ne He had appeared on the terrace be low and he was following Helena Brett I had read Captain Forbcss message fa well as Helena Why then could here not have been a third person Interested in tho strange antics of the pilrror And if this surmise were true If Dr Starva or Madame de Varnior had read tie message They bad not hesitated to use desperate ex- podlentsto gain their purpose Would Dr Starva hesitate to use moans as desperate to prevent Helena from summoning help- I asked myself this startling ques tion as 1 took the stairs two at a time to the great hall The main entrance was looked For n moment I thought that I was n prisoner In tho chateau as well as Captain Forbes Even now Jam not certain that such was not tho intention of Madame do Vamior But Dr Starva had gained tho terrace by a small door close by the spiral stair case In his haste ho had forgotten to lock this door- Desperate as was my own hasto 1 took the precaution of locking the side door Baiter me and placing the key in my pocket My reasons for this were vague enough It was an instinct thut prompted me to take the precaution rather than deliberate reflection Cut perhaps I might bo able to regain the chateau in due time by this side en trance and none be tho wiser For as far as I knew I had effected my exit unobserved- In the meanwhile I ran swiftly after Helena and Dr Starva I had lost sight of both I soon came to an end of the promenade It led directly Into tho main street of the village Now that I had gained the village street I looked eagerly about for them Neither was In sight I guessed that Helena Brett would make her way as soon as possible tp the hotel where she was known What hotel That was the QuestionI an urchin and asked bin tho name of the best hotel in Altet batten Oh the Grand hotel ho an uttered without hesitation that is where all tho English lords and Amer lointnllllonalrcs stay Then let him take me hither I tempted him with a franc Evidently tho gentleman is In a hurry V assured him that I was and prom ised him two francs if I could roach tho hotel before a lady whom I was following Then the gentleman must go by the short cut I sped aftor the urchin down the vll lage street This street is one of the most quaint in the whole world There are two ntoridsof shops on either side The pavement of tho shops below is roofed Over this covered passageway is the pavement fur the second series ofI shops above I was on the lower moot and this explains how I was able to reach a flight of steps the cut the youngster had promised before Helena or Dr Starva At the foot of these stops the youngster bolted assuring me that I should load tile hotel when I had reached the top of the flight These steps plerpcd a wall of one of the houses of the village street rho flight was straight for the first 20 or BO then it turned curiously on a little landing at right angles Hero I was 1n neml darkness 1 groped my my for the continuance of the flight the first series of steps I began to see dimly had ended at a sort of porters lodge 1 learned afterwards that this WV a prlvatf entrance to the hotel above and that In the glasscovered Uttle room a porter was accustomed e sit I was still feeling my way cautious ly about tor I had not yet seen that the flight of stops was continued at right angles and the steps were broken and uneven when tho circle of light at the foot of tho steps lead ing Into the street was blotted out At first I hoped it might bo Helena But it was a man and ho was leaping up the steps In desperate haste I guessed it to be Dr Starva But I had no intention of letting him know that I was following him I pressed close agalpst the wall to lot him pass To my astonishment he darted Into the empty porters lodge and crouched down in the gloom I held my breath watching hardly an arms length from where he stood motionless Again the circle of light was blotted out A woman was rapidly ascending the steps I could hear her catching her breath It was Helena on her way to tho hotel for aid And now I am forced to a confession that will deepen the sympathy or con tempt felt for me when I related the tragedy at the beginning of my narrative But I have determined to make myself no hero For now again came that curious paralysis of will Again as In tho tragedy of the Alps horror robbed me for the moment of power to act instantly I bad caught the glint of an steel I know that Helena was doomed unless I hurled myself Instantly on the treacherous assassin- I did Indeed fling myself on him but only after he had fired There was a crash of shattered glass the shot of his revolver was still echo- Ing in the stairway as I grappled with himIt was an unequal struggle I felt Dr Starvas hairy hands close about my throat and I was hurled backward CHAPTER XX I Am Rudely Enlightened The force of the blow had stunned me for tho moment Presently heard Helena calling for help I struggled to my feet and leaned gasping against the wall Aro you much hurt sir she asked In French In a cool matter of fact voice She had not recognized me in the semi gloom I am not hurt at all I replied in English nut I am sorry Miss Brett that that villain has made his escape- I fancy I heard some one rush after him she continued coming to mo closer and trying to distinguish my featuresI Mr Haddon I said quietly Sho repeated tho namo vaguely The coward added There was an awkward pausn We began to ascend tho second flight of stopsI am afraid you are assuming name to which you have little right Mr Haddon she said gently I believe that you saved my life Just now I am much obliged to you She extended a white hand In the gloom Tbero was absolutely nothing of lenUmcnUlIsm 1t the action And rr nyfi W I was cynically unmoved I received her thank almost guiltily and a little sullenly- I little thought she continued dreamily that you of all men would save my life It savors a good deal of the melodramatic does it not It is very strange At the best it was lucky accident Miss Brett Frankly you are unhurt rather because the man was a bad shot than because of any assistance I- raTe you- I spoko tho words thoughtfully and quite sincerely I know only too well that my interference would have been too late had Dr Sarvas aim boon more sure It seemed to mo little less than a miracle that Helena Brett should be unwounded I could take no credit for that myself Far from that I should toll her the absolute truth If I were honest I would say to her On tho contrary I have proved myself to bo a coward again Infinitely more so than when Wllloughby lost his life Then I was exhausted physically powerless Now I have failed still by the fatal three secondsbecause terror held me spell bound for tho moment It makes lit tie difference so far as my courage or cowardice Is concerned that you are living while Willoughby died In W03k1ThatI were an honest man But I did not You see I am frank InI these confessions Really then I am showing that in this Instance I Vas even a greater coward than before For then I at least told the truth I did not conceal from her tho hideous word Willa ughb had spoken before ho died Now I was concealing from her tho fact that I knew I deserved the reproach as keenly We had reached the top of the steps We walked slowly toward tho Grand hotel Helena I could see was con cerned with her own thoughts as much as was I For a moment the shock of the accident had made her forget her I It Was Unequal Struggle headlong I a a errand Now that we were near the hotel its urgency came to her with re doubled force Sho was debating whether sho should take me into her confidence Sho was saying to herself I was sure that It would bo a generous reparation for her unjust censure of mo on tho terrace of the hotel at Lucerne It she Intrusted to me the deliverance of Captain Forbes Why she asked slowly should meIthinkNo answered after some health tion He Is a Bulgarian a political ad venturer I am afraid Miss Brett that ho has had much to do with the disappearance of your brother She paused startled How should you know that her voice vibrated with suspicion Because I havo learned something of him at the chateau I am a guest there I pointed to the castle towers across the valley Yuu are a guest of that woman Madame do Varnier Yes Then sir she was hastening her steps and spoke with cold hostility It is certainly net to you that I should bo appealing for help Miss Brett I said with some bit torness you draw your conclusions very hastily Is ii impossible for you to believe that I wish to help you that I wish to make atonement to you for the suffering 1 have caused you unconsciouslyShe at me intently Her eyes still wide with distrust But you are at the chateau who repeated You are i friend of that Infamous woman who has ruins 017 J r brother If you ate net rrl c how can you be mine- I have not said that I not ha friend I protested quietly Hut you arc at the chateau She spoke tbo wade obstinately That fact was In her eyes an unanswerable argument Yes and I know that Cnptala Forbes Is detained there I know that he has Just signaled to you that tact and has asked you to got help And now I want you to leave the matter In my hands I demand that as my right It Is a task I have set myself Onco you said to me that I should save a life for tho life that was lost through me You have already made that rep ration Mr Haddon she said almost humbly Fate has punished me that I should have Judged you so hastily and so wrongly No nol I spoko In fierce remon strange Will you never be Just ta me What was an accident I tell youI do not like you ass that you say so It was hopeless to make her unfor stand now I should have confessed my cowardice sooner If I wUhcd to be believed She had Judged as at Lu cerne And this Judgment caused me much the greater pain Listen I drew her to a garden seat A lifo for a life that Is what you said Hut If Instead of a life It wore a mans honor that I could sava If it Were the honor ot your brotherHer lips trembled She leaned toward mo in hor appeal Oh you would crush no with the weight of my gratitude Save my brothers honor and and I should then stand equal with other men in your respect Yes sho said faintly her eyes bright with unshod tears We a friend so much now We needI such deep distress because of my poor brother Evidently you know of his disgrace Shame blanched her cheek I know something of It I said with sympathy Toll mo Miss Brett do I not bear a marked resemblance to your brothe- rAt first sight it Is startling she cried eagerly When my mother and I saw you at Lucerne we thought you were he When wo learned that you wore with Mr Willoughby at the time of his death you van understand how bitterly we resented our disappoint ment Forgive me It I am tgaln suspicious but that I should find you tho guest of Madame de Varaler now at this Umtt If I am to help you you must trust me I will I do Implicitly Yes Even though circumstances seem utterly against me liven though I may seem a friend of Madame de Van nlerto be In league with her against youSho hesitated She Is a dangerous woman If my poor brother has fallen a victim to her horrible beauty I shall bo on my guard I replied lightly smiling at hor fierce resent ment But you will continue to to her guest Is that wise How can you effect the release of Captain Forbes It you remain at tho chateau How can I learn the truth concern- Ing your brother how can I do my utmost to save his honor fit it be not yet too late unless I roroatn at the cha teau yes unless I am on apparent good terms with Madame de Varnlor You are testing my belief In you te the utmost Mr Haddon I suppose you smooth tho suspicions of your hostess as readily as you do mine She spoke bitterly And if she found It difficult to trust me now how much more difficult when sho learned not the whole truth but a damning halt truth Ah you ate wavering already lathe trust you have promised to give mo Groat God you think that It is a pleasant task I have set myself To smith on this woman to play the hypo alto to spy on her whoa I am her guest that I may dog her coax her Into telling the truth that I may en trap her accomplice and herself at the right moment Miss Brett I would wash my hands ot this ugly business If I had not sworn to endure every Ignominy and risk of being misunderstood not only by a man like Captala Forbes by by yourself I tell you that I have not a clear field to carry out my plans it I fail or am baffled by some well meaning intruder I am a disgraced man No ono will believe my defence not even you I may even be dragged to prison as a common felon She placed both liar hands in mine Forgive me My anxiety Is so great I do trust you Return to Madame do Varnlor Mr hidden Ii shall try to be patient But Captain Forbes am I to do nothing to help hImUnUI this evening no You see ram testing your faith- I looked at per keenly Sho returned my glance with bravo assur anceIf you reecho no word either from Captain Forbes or myself by midnight tonight If you are not summoned to tho chateau by your brother land that I warn you is only too unlikely in quire at tbo Grand hotel for Mr Rob Inson Locke Ho Is an American con sul at Lucerne hu will help you lie has already hclpcu us It WM Mr Locke who directed Ouplola Forbes end myself ht t + to AHorhof fen And will you not luciuie among mj services drawled a volco behind ua tho tuct that I was so fortunato as till save Tour life Just now Miss Breuls TO DE COMTU4U IX THE SQUAW DOY He Killed the Evil Wolf and Became the Hero of the Village Although ho was tho most skilled In shooting the bow and arrow and the fleetest of foot In tho Ojibway village tho SquawBoy was tho most bated Every boy Jeered1 at him bo I the Into cause he was afraid of dark When shadows wore banning to ieJ over the sky the Squaw lioy was always In the wigwam He soon found life to miserable In the village that every day Ui getaway from the jeering taaate of UM radian boys he west Into the forest to his hiding plaee It was In a little grove of tree with a email stream tanning through and on the banks at this stream ras a eave jest big enough for him to sit upright In There bo would tell his troubles to the trees and time stream his oaly friends He asked them how he could win a better name for hlmeelf and they all seemed to whisper hack In a chorus Kill the Bvll Wolf So he plucked HP aotimge and made up his wind to start out and hunt for the beast the next liar The Mvll Wolf was a large gray A TOUCHING STORY l The Mother Love Displayed by a Polar Dear for Her Cubs A touching story to toW by an antis explorer about motherly love at a bear for hor cubs He states that while his ship was locked In tho lee they noticed three bears making theft way toward the vessel attracted noI doubt by the smell of blubber whish some of the crew were burning The Intruders proved to be a she bear dud her two cubs The three ten to the firo and drew out part of the flesh and n- tlit voraciously Then the crew threw lumps of food to them but the boor left hor babies oft at a and sho got the food taking it to them and keeping tho smallest por Uon for herself As she Will fetching away the last vices the men fired and shot all three bears killing the cubs and mortally wounding the mother It would have drawn the tours of pity from any eye to have marked the loving concern of this poor animal for her dead babes Badly wounded She Tried to Route Them site crawled to where thoy lay carry- Ing lumps of flesh to thorn When she saw that they rufused to oat shQ touched them each in turn trying to rouse them and when this failed she set up a piteous moaning Thtq she crawled away looking back It tho hope that hey might follow But when even this failed to attract their attention she returned to put them again Finding at last that they wore cold and lifeless she raised her head toward the ship and growled a curse upon her destroyers and than fell be tween her cubs and died licking their wounds Bunkoed Hotel Proprietor So that bridal couple skipped without paying for theIr r wn Cleric Yes it was case of two hears that beat as one Chicago Jour nal wolf known trout others because of Its having onlyono car Its namo originated In the OJlbways claiming that it brought bad luck to them When they wore out on the war pntu thoy came home omptylmuded with many of their ufnvoa killed so they blamed their misfortunes on tho Kvll Wolf Many bravos had gone out In parties to hunt for tho brute but nono of them had any bettor success than to merely see It Tho Squaw Boy spent time rest of tho day sharpening his hunting knIfe and making more arrows When bo had finished the sun was beginning to set so he started to go back to tho village Instead ot going tho way honlunlly wont be walked along ima lank of the stream lie did not go fa before ho came to an opening anf hero bo saw time Kvll Wolf playing with n litter ot wolves At first ho was so frlghtnnoi ho ran but bo soon plucked up iili Ha Dragged Evil Wolf the VlllagIthe the courage aid aRlfi back Ho there aimed an arrow at the mother wolf which had net sees Mm all this time Twang west the bow as UM ar row track through UM heart of tha Roll Wolf The frightened hula wolves whined road their pother sot knowing what had happened The SflnawUoy than spot the baby wolves tad dragged the Kvll Welt Into UM village There WM mesh reJoMng In the tepees that night and tlMJ Sqitatr Boy was toe hero First UM In- dIa hid a Me faaet UMM they had a woettac at which they changed the rave Indian barsiMaine to Wolf Kilter After killing of the Bvll Wolf the luek of the Ollbwnya changed to goodIIand Wolf Killer was made ehlet years niter Charlea Smart aged IH to Detroit Free frees r n THE u MYSTERIOUS APPLE I It Will Stop at Any Point on StringIat Word of Command I II I The performer of this triik shows to I hit spectators what apparently la only an ordl ryIapple with a string running UnMllhIIt Then the fMrIIformer remarks thusj I will now wind one end of the twine around my finger and mold the other un dor my feet Any ono can command Ilimo apple to stop onAltowill do so The spectators will be Inclined to dlsbe C 1th01says uro Ap plo must bo pierced by two goose quills so as to form a rather largo angle about tho middle of It Then pass the twine through tho opening Holding the ends between ones hand and foot so as to control the tension 4 of the string ono can make the apple do onos bidding absolutely It will do scend or pause Immediately upon or der When you draw upon tho twin the portion which is in tho apple will press upon the anglo formed by tho passages and with this pressure will hold the applo wherever any ono de- sIres It to stop On the contrary when you hold the line loosely all fs removed and tho apple of descends rigidityIAUTOMODILINQ IN THE S Thrown Patlonce Whcr did Peggy moot that young man first Patrice Oh they wero thrown to pother In a hammock last summer somewhere Yonkers Statesman i r I I WANT FLOWERS Cut Klnwem TnMn 1crni Kuurrnl Drill I VVrilllliR rirrei Polled Plant t o e The Co iNOOUfOIUTtu PHONE 12 BEREA KY B I o I Berea and I I e- o 0 i a o- o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- iotlntsiotlo I e e0 o o ollo o oeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe IPRo BEST JA J CITY rilOXK tad OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE J t11It In ItMnMHHl and otgiftiws evwywhrro In this county are earowUr hn1tedI to send dlMM The bolus culled at tM ttiBgMUon TIHJIiI cf the tIfTin f tt pleaa4Jlettlcm- LI b re the l gl aiors I 1rof and Vr LiwU let Mara last Tuesday to j1 Mm Ixswts rather at IniaacS1 hl vlll be bas V forI tan n cnlBj f obo l IiIre rtX urd fitanl r Kmst went l lint Saiur4 t 0 lMrtnB tl to attend tif dlna r un thero by the Kew- I gland Ai i tuth nlnhinrf if tier I Will n aDd p ml a ploaMiBtl nw Ntak i HIL hands I II tin1 many frtei ly or IhI i Jit press Itat the Wftnut Jlllle I Iii Ukt Clue ii IIl1d many of the IadI IIK mIMIII f the churrfk III Illd iidr the aIli to btnme alIO ed I vti him The aouuu1 meeting of the Union Church will LM held In Uio Parish HofcHf on tatjdav Jan 4 TK adka will provide a plentiful dinner and Uw tranlneM matt OR will take pate- after It Ml the M mbr of UM church and their tawlllw are urged to be lirMWt I r Wont haa btM raottTed that Jadp Thonjo TUdMi lmiBon who was a Btndmt In OerMftirafvnryaan lwrt nCIIY11iliai sity will on Day to Ml Alta Held Stephen of Columbia Mo Tko Can Ira eotmratutetlon and bt teaIProf Dluimore went to Cincinnati Saturday to most lets wire who been visiting friends In the West frsome week The two spent pevoral reIiDoth the senior literary have been meeting patty regularly Idllrlng the vacation evening working debate On ChrUtmas eve plvjpha Zeta had a social to wh eh the girls were Invited and there was Ii- most enjoyable time Mlaa Ruth Todd who Is now a roost SPECIAL NOTICE r Till further advised nil who bring this notice cnn got a trip to Richmond and return and the best set of teeth that can be made all for 800 a 1The same terms apply to have over 500 worth of dental work done In buying Railrotd ticket take receipt lor money for the t round trip fare and the re ceipt will be taken as cash All work guaranteed to b first class in every respect and to give good satisfaction Only best class of materials used DR V H HOBSON DENTIST Phone No2 Richmond Ky RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Thou No IBS PHONE ALBERT I Porter Drug ooeoooeoeoeoooooooooeooooeoeooeooeo Vicinity IrPtt MieeeMful teacher In N Y III here for the ChrUina alIonIRalph Oibcrne has come down from WhaUm College to spend the Sam tton at Itoin- aIlwry Ingram has Teen 111 with the gnu but It now reel WlrlnJ Mr and Mm ICnny with their tastily have moved from Corbin to Derea and are living la the new house wt of Gottl ommllen house on Depot flt Mr Konny Ie tho father tarI who Is ranking tarhlp at Miami tUnlrr4ty to May with tor mother over Christmas Boone Cottage 141 being fitted up for Ute occupancy of girl this winter An extra dining room Is being fit ted liP In UM baMHt of Ladles Halt It will seat U yfour persons and le expected te be crowded TU Cittern warts all the news It you hays say call up plies II ten u ahwt IL Dont be modes- altout yonnelf and rtmmbr that we never tell who tells us things Mr aa1 sera Grew and two swell children Have today for Cnrteravllle to vtM with retaUTe and friends Mrs Green an4 chiMrm expMt to be Away several wwh Mrs Matte Carpnter nod daughter Grace of Port were DIM gowt of Mn Carpenter lUter Mra B B Wyalt last week MM Lolls and LWa Maine of Kcymor lad aN UM guests of Mn IA rt Coddlagton They will remain hall New Years wbcm they will re turn ham accompanied by Mrs Coo diKgton who will visit that for awhile MlM Margaret Cooper left Tnday to ipcnd a few day with Meads at WildIe ICy Cart IlMdtwn a former student of Ilerva OoUeg wise hi ROW taking a dental count at Ittehmcnd Va to vtoftlng relative and friend hers A quiet wedding took place last Thursday arterttoon at Dr Sw1wars- I home when ddtss Rifle Anderson was united In marrlas to Mr Joe Vaughn the ceremony being purtornted by the supperIWH Robinson Heartiest congratuatlou aro extended to the young couple Dr Thomson will give an addrow Sunday night on The Life of Christli- lt will bo Illustrated with storeoptlcan and will bo glen In tho Chapel Thoro seven ooloekIIthe week at most of tho churches In town That at tho Union Church was on Tuesday night as was that at tho Baptist church At tho West End Chapel tho ttco was In tho afternoon Thoro was also an afternoon tree at th colored school houso and the Rov Mr Hudson wont out to Dluo Lick to as slat at special oxorcses there 011 Anna Smith furnished fudge for t Christmas dinner at Lados halt Mrs Ogg and her daughter Sarah Dotfdon Etta Lewis and Louise Wolf spent Christmas with Miss Chin Hudson at Hugh ICy Lulu Laceflcld Is spending her vaca tlon with her aunt Mrs M G Clnggct Miss Anna Hanson Is back M Colorado Springs to spend a couple months at her homo horo She roprta that liar sister Jonnln who went West for her health Is doing won 0IIANDSOME BOOKS Tho stylo books being sent out free of charge by tho manufacturers of Star Brand Shoes are very striking exampca of gcod shce ads Tho booklets aro very nicely gotte up In colors on flno paper Drop postal to Dilly Reed care Johnson Roved Shce Co St Louis and you will receive a copy Immedi ately A BARGAIN SALE Beginning December 10 and Continuing the Rest of the Season TB Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in Ladies and Childrejis Hats Every hat in the house has been reduced in price and you cannot fail to find both style and price to suit you JI am determined not to carryover any hats if low prices will make them go 1 also carry a complete line of ladies and childrens shoes rubbers umbrellas dress goods corsets underwear and ready made skirts al most reasonable prices MRS S R BAKER Richmond St Berea Ky Nina ICing was In Richmond lost Saturday parIontsSI Johnson who has n brick at Wllllanujmrg la at harm Flora Harrison of Richmond IB vie lUng at her aunfi Mrs J Durdettes Jackson Henderson Is at homo to spend the holidays with his mother and friends Mrs Llulo Lucas of Chicago Is visiting relatives hone and at Wallace ton i Mina Hilda Welch who Is attending school at Washington D c Is homo for a three weeks vacation j Lewis and Grace Baker and Howard Gamble are ipondlng a tow days with Mrand Mrs Baker of Wallaceton MlM BtU Gay leaves this week for M extended visit with her brother Frank In California Mta Flora Itatrteoa at nUhmond wintern L nicMardlbn has plowed Into Uw house on West CbattMUt Street re cmiUr ocOHpJa by Lich rtoWtrson I Mrs W II Bav r 11 called to Cov l ln ton Sunday night by the serious tUb M of her mother Later word states that her mother to better I Mrs W C Hunt wbe has town vtaltlng with her parents Mr aDd Mr J BnntotU the put two weeks re timed to Pllmvilte the latter part of last wSs I Jama Young one of last years graduates who is trashing In Kalrdale 10 Is ben for Uw holidays I Thomas Unmet one of the old stu tl nli 11 111 with typhoid at the hoe pkal In Colorado Springs Grover Price to staying with him The twit Itd planned to go down Into New- Jleabo but their plane were upset by Thomas Illnew I J I Bowler editor of the Sandy Valley Courier and formerly oonnoct I with tho Xllug printing office her U upending a few days In town The Ariel Quartette which has been expected to give a concert at Irvine aulMed by Mr James Combs has been obliged to cancel the date owing to the Illness of Prof RIgby from grippe j why Ii dressI+ shoe a andflseller the price we have H OnSoSoUoSOSoso Sgsosoiosopoo o Itemsto i HERE AND e 0 ot1t nnennnnaMite Speer Is spending tho holidays with her mother at Ashvllle N C MlM Welch and Mlle Haujt are with Mrs Rogers In Woodstock IlL Duet Della Smith wont to her home at St Louisville 0 MIllS Boatrlght to Hllls boro 0 and MtMoa Roblnoon and Orr to Cincinnati A student social was hold In the Chapel last Friday night and another at the parish Mouse Tuesday night hues lona Redfern of Xenia 0 ont of our last years students Is upend ing the holidays In Bina visiting Lillian Maupln who hs been In Hamilton 0 18 now teaching In liar lem County and expects to be In Barsi the first of the winter term LYCEUM COURSE The Lyceum Cominltteo has ar ranged +a course for tho winter and spring a which It believes will prove the best most Interesting and enter taming IUI well as tho most costly tha Berea has over bad The oourw oiHsw on January 4th with An Even lot In Magte or Swln Thing nt XlKJ tM given by Totten the great magician The Ernest Oombl Concert Party Including a splendid pianist an exquisite violinist and one of the famous bow singers of tin country hardly needs an Introductio- nI It took tho town by storm last win ter After this Professor Rain who last year delighted everyone with his dramatic recital of Macbeth wilt this year siva us Shakespeares Mor chant of Venice And finally the Par landNowhall Company will glvo n concert which for some Is sure to b more popular than tho grand Gamble Concert This company consists o f four mon who form a male quartet ol singers a horn quartet and a bell ringing company Course tickets wil- bo on sale In a few days at tho Porter Drug Co at SO coats oaeh for adults Single admission 36 cents each for Totton and Ralne and GO cants sac for tho Concerts total L70 Ior oeo OO1 = oeo o 1 O Necessity is the mother of invention oWomen hove suffered with their feet for years could not get a nice shoe that wouldnot hurt The necessity is at last met in the Society shoe for women U Nice curves conforming to the feet with an elegance so simple that there is beauty and comfort in every pair haveh0III foot conforming lines UThnts the Society necessary The ofSOCICty at foundo nanpnSnSflOr WINTER graceful oe I silos sl roc WQlliuy 350 0n RoIUSTAR BRAND SUOES ARE BETTER 0301 B MRS S R BAKER pp ae BEREA KENTUCKY U JOCr10r innr oeoznrWrlla to llllly Reel sore IloberU Johnion S Rand Shoe Co St Iouli to- haadeortdytbook lent free L J PANICNot at all the people have just found out where to get the best bargains in town 8 bars soap 250 Best baking powders 150 size 5c t Try a pound of our best coffee at 30 or 350 and get a pound of sugar free 0 One price to all and 16 ounces to the pound at CLARKS MARKET G D HOLLIDAY BEREA DANK AND TRUST BLDC Berea Kentucky RealEstate HOUSESand LANDS BOUGHTand SOLD IIFair Prices IMutualBEST I A eeet5 I OS 58901 8 ulna pnlil nullry hehlrrm e- 145523034000a25 IrCos1iPatent Baker and Heater i I IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in busyhousewifefrom light rolls to a Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey Still it looks just as neat as any heater made It is airtight and a great fuel saver Thousands are be ing sold Thousand housekeepers are enthusiastic Pine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it Ian for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745RICHMOND VA iC F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER- r AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calla promptly tttendfd to night Nod day Telftphnne No 4 Itarrn Ky LADAVISMD OFFICE AT R SIDENCE PHONE 50 CENTER ST S R BAKER DENTIST I opPle In flake mild lug Richmond Street BEREA mire linnro from 8 to 4 City riimio 193 I Teeth ealracted without ptlii Sonnoforroe sin MH AIIOIIT TOUR 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Sale in Best Part of TownI nt only 100 Terms to suit purchas er Two houses of four and eight rooms at reasonable prices B P AMBROSE 4 SON V Box lla Berea Ky The Citizen Berea Ky 1908 1 2 345017 891011 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 234 526 ia Mrf i 1My Jc JI A + F lfLibrary Form No 2i I PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE- 2I2JDURNALISM BLDG UOfK LEXINGTON KENTUCKY BEGIN 1957 t The Citizenity4 A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting FubtUnw net Tbundiy it Bert Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYABLS IN ADVANCE One year Slot spa Months to Three Months N WongOrderteat 1tlDpI- The due after your ammo on label IIIOWI to whit due your subscription li paid If It U not changed witbln three weeks slier tencwtl notify us7- o1l1llnll numbers wilt be flsdljr supplied If wt- arc fine Premiums then for new subscription and prompt renewal Seud for Premium List Liberal terms given to any wbo obtain new subscriptions lot as Any one sending us four yearly subscriptions tan rcclne tics for one year AdrerlMnc rates on application UKMKE or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Surprise is expressed when a wom an burglar Is caught that she should be stylishly dressed That is what she steals tor- Naturally It will be gratifying to the daring explorer who first reaches tho north polo to find that all winds will waft him southward An Aurora man has been arrester for doing his own plumbing Perhaps he charged himself less for It than the constitution provides In such cases Those seven children who were born cn a steamer that was crossing the Atlantic can amuse themselves all their lives writing to the papers to ask what nationality thy are More than 11000000 microbes it U officially reported were found in one spoonful of a recently analyzed sam pIe of milk These milkmen should be obliged to boll tho water It is estimated that the people of Chicago spend 300000 annually In getting their shoes polished but that is not a drop In the bucket compared to what they spend in getting other shines Walter Page remarks that the worst written books year attar year are written by our scholars and academic men This Is a painful and abrupt way of putting It but says the Chicago News It Is a true word never theless Liberty the bronze lady In New York harbor will bo 21 years old In October The government as if to celebrate her birthday Is putting an elevator into her torch bearing arm repairing her pedestal and cleaning her dusky skin The name of Michael Scott is the earliest among the Scotch poets but the oldest fragments of Scottish poetry now known to exist consist of a few lines of lamentation on the death of Alexander III of Scotland which took place In 128C German ship owners are urging the construction of a ship canal between Bremen and Hamburg a distance of about 75 miles Ships now have to go down the Elbe and up the Weser to get from Hamburg to Bremen whereas the proposed canal using the river Wummo as part of it would make direct communication possible saving much time A macadamized road between St Louis and Kansas City will be com pleted within two years Construction work will be begun next spring The Missouri legislature appropriated 500000 for the purpose at its last session The road will be 60 feet wide On its completion another ex tending from north to south through Ute state will be undertaken Not to be nebysubmarine exploit of the president of tho United States M Clemenceau the French premier made an ascent in Paris the other day in a ateerable war balloon During the trip a pipe burst and the premier was splashed with hot water It took 20 minutes to make the needed repairs and during this time the bal loon remained stationary above the city Two hundred ten freight cars Is the train which a locomotive lately built for the Erie railroad will haul upon a level track The locomotive weighs moro than 200 tons and is supported upon 1C driving wheels eight on each side A train a mile and a half long which is the length of 210 cars would have astounded rail road men of the last generation de clares the Youths Companion but en gineers today are looking to longer trains if they have not already mode them up At the national rifle shooting match at Camp Perry in Ohio it was at first proposed to leave the navy unrepre sented because of a failure to provldo money for the transportation of the team Tho army was to do all the shooting On second thought how ever It was decided to send a naval representation and tho boys of the sea have carried away tho champion ship When It comes to men behind the guns says Troy Times the man ofwarsinan can do some shooting pa land as well as on the water iti Anmj is All light Anil n is Vest point By GEN HENRY C CORBIN I have observed nothing to make me think that Auieriean boys do not want to go to West Point nowadays It can hardly follow because prosperity has made army officers complain of their pay as compared with what the successful man can earn in private pur suits that West Point is to be deserted There are always vacancies there as the result of weedingout boys who arc unable to keep up with the classes Tho downfall is great the first year considorablo tho sea ond year moderate tho third and practically none nt all the fourth year If there were no vacancies now at the academy there would be 518 cadets and assume that there are 73 as in June If you will look at tho annual report of the academy you will see that in 190 i there wore 72 vacancies in 1005 there were n like number in 1901 there wore 56 in 1903 tho number was 83 in 1902 it was 92 in 1901 there were but 15 vacancies and in 1900 there wore 143 vacancies The young officer entering the army has good pay Ho receive 11007 a month This is more than tho average of graduates from Ynle and Harvard get in their first years out of college It is enough too for all needs in army life if the young follow has good common sense Of course if ho is going to graduate from the academy one day and get married the next he sets in for a hard time- I would rely on three things for a permanent army in this country First we should have the regular army Then there should be well trained reserves in tho states say three regiments In all the larger states like New York Pennsylvania and similar states Those reserves should be port of the National Guard but specially trained men bachelor regiments ready to como forward at the first sound of war They should be fine marksmen and exceptionally well drilled men developed under the best available bachelor officers from the regular army and tho National Guard Then there should be the National Guard as a third element of strength With a regular army of at least 50000 available men and a reserve from the states of 50000 more to go to tho front in cuso of war every immediate demand of any emergency would bo net and meanwhile the volunteers and National Guard would be forming in oven larger strength to make up tho needed army for further operations That is the way this country will probably for all time mot its military neecs i ties and it is the logical and sensible way The nicest tiling that has been done in many years has been till provision of target ranges in time stator and regular practice for the National Guard in rifle firing I toll yon that when you get a man to understand n gun and know how to fire it effectively ho is ninetenths a soldier X111 Jrnb1rltt of tIle iBuy By REV C H BEALE Milwaukee I How to get a larger proportion of our young to take a serious view of life give more attention their person al development and take more interest in time af fairs of church andstate instead of becoming absorbed in business or pleasure or becoming addicted to practices that destroy health and char acterthat is the problem of tho young men Experience shows that we can do little with a man after habits are formed and they are formed early so that the young man problem becomes the problem of the boy What we must try to do is not so much to reform the young man of the present although we are to do whit we can in this direction but to train today the boy who will be the young man of tomorrow This training must bo in three directions First it must be moral training The boy should be taught rover ence for God and humanity respect for law human and divine scrupu lous honesty fairness and fidelity There must be more manual training Every boy should be taught some form of handiwork the use of tools so that he can get a living by his hands if need be developing tho constructive faculties and keep ing employed in the things that interest him Our boys should be trained in civics that they may be prepared for the duties of citizenship While they are in their teens they should know what their city is trying to do and how it proposes to do it They should become interested in problems of transportation and lighting of sanitation and tenements should know what other cities are doing and wherein we should follow or make plans for ourselves Every boy should be taught to look forward to participation in public affairs as soon as ha comes of ago lie should take all the pride in his city that the Greek boy did in Athens or Sparta and be as deeply interested in the modem victories of peace as the young Roman was in military triumphs Jowrr of lIltolrru1- WIitrllery By DR POLEMUS H SWIFT Chicago men to Wo think that the days of witchcraft aro far behind us in the past There is a sense in which it Is true and another in which it is not There is a spiritual witchcraft in full force at this very hourThere are men and women boys and girls who acting under tome strange influence do things against reason and commoib sense There are boys who smoke cigarettes in the face of the highest medical authority which declares that they are in danger of tobacco heart young men who shut their eyes to the consequences of whisky drinking and go night after night to tie saloon men who yield to the impulses of the grecd orgain even though they see prison doors close on others who are to insane as to follow the same path women who listen to the siren voices of pleasure and sin and sell themselves for less than thirty pieces of silver You will not have to go very far in any of our large cities before you will find young people who bewitched by an insane desire to sib the world and have a taste of high life turn their steps to the haunts of sin to enter which is to die Alas it is the taste of death instead of life You would be horrified to know how many young men in Chicago have eaten at Circes table only to find themselves at last at Circes sty The desire to see the sights and taste the high life is devilbom T act under that witchery is to cross the dead line beyond which no man or woman can go and live the life of which you will not be ashamed TUFTS TRIP ENDED HE LANDS AT NEW YORK AND GOES ON TO WASHINGTON SCOFFS AT TALK OF WAR Japan Wants Only Peace and Com merce Ohloan Refuses to Dis cuss the Presidential Campaign New York William IL Taft uecro tary of war returned Friday from his trip around the world bringing re hewed assurance of Japans friendli ness toward the United States but declining to say anything with respect to tho political situation In this coun try He said that he had been too long out of Intimate touch with political af fairs at home to discuss them In any way Ono of fr Tufts Interviewers had the temerity to ask Well sea retary tell us who Is your choice for presidentAmid laughter In which he heartily Joined the secretary replied I guess I will have to leave that to InferenceMr left for Washington on an early afternoon train saying that no II William H Taft Cumulated matters In the war department would keep his nose to the offi clal grindstone for some time to come and that tho preparation of his special report on the Philippines which would be in book form would also require much of his time In the near fu turqtt Is the height of foolishness to talk of possible war with Japan de clared tho secretary Japan doesnt desire war with us and we certainly do not desire war with Japan If there was any war eplrlt anywhere In Japan I failed to find the slightest note of It Everywhere there was talk of continued peace I speak very confidently about this Our trade relations with Japan are extensive and constantly growing Japans exports amount an nually to about 160000000 of whloji we take about onethird The exports consist largely of matting lace goods embroideries and other fancy work In the production of which many people are Interested Wo In turn ship vast quantities of flour oil and such com modities to Japan This sort of trade Is a tfroat pacificator What about the Pacific fleet The sailing must have boon a mag nificent sight We have fino ships and n fins personnel and as long as the Pacific ocean belongs to us as much as to anybody else I see no rea son why wo should not send our ships there on a practice cruise Tho Japan ese are too Intelligent and highminded to attribute any false motive to tho movement w Drowns In a Dathtub North Attleboro Moss Frederlck EX Sargeant cashier and vlco president of tho Jewelers National bank of this town and prominently Identified with Providence RI and North Attloboro business firms was found dead In tho bathtub of his home In the bank build ing Tuesday night Medical Examiner Holden stated that In his opinion death was due to accidental drowning Yaquls Murder Twelve Men Nogales Ariz Information which has just reached hero tolls of the frightful murder of 12 men by a band of 150 Yaqui Indians 45 miles south cast of Magdalena State of Souora flex Wednesday of lost week National Forest In Arkansas Washington President Roosevelt has signed a proclamation creating tho Arkansas national forest In the west central port of Arkansas covering more than 1000000 acres It will bo the farthest east of all government forests Founder of Mothers Congress Is Dead Washington Mrs Theodore Weld Birnoy founder and honorary presi dent of tho National Congress of Mothers died at her home In Chevy Chase I near here Friday w FARM WATERWORKS How a Good System Can De Put In by the Farmer Himself Got a good force pump II and put It over a large well salting It near the edge From the pump run an Iron pipe C down to the ground then three feet away from the well Then run pipe up 30 feet to tank D which should be about three feet high and eight feet in diameter From bottom of tank run another pipe E down be low frost line then turn at a right angle X and let It run to 0 a Pump and Gravlty System point almost under tilt watering trough At 0 bend It up until It Is about a foot above tup of trough O and place faucet at F At X or u othor plies may be attached to run to the houses says Missouri Valley Farmer Pump tho tank full Tho water will run Into tho pipes and anytime the faucet Is turned at trough or house the water will now Instantly FARM SCALES The Satisfaction Which One Farmer Gets Out of Their Possession A pair of wagon scales on the farm are like tho necessities of life In the home Mid family I wouhl not know how to do without them de clarets a writer In Farm nod Home I never owned a farm without senls and It seems to me the farmer that can eonl l po to sleep if his barn was on fire There Is no end to the rea sons for scales on the farm Tho sat isfaction they afford is alone worth ten times their oatAt this site I am delivering 3000 btisbols of onions to a large storage buyer I weigh the loads M they BO out and the wagons as thy return I compare my weights with the buy ers Although they may weigh me short M to 100 pounds some loads It- t a great satisfaction to know what Is going on and that It Is not a great deft worse The farmer Is n beok number that will deliver grain to an elevator and cattle and hops to a shipper not knowing his weights I might enter Into a long practical use for scales on the farm for scientific uses in the feed lot eta but I do not believe that time farmer who has made money enough to buy a pair of scales needs details lie only needs to wake up Install a pair Of scales on big farm read good farm journals and do business on business principlesWHEAT AND CHAFF How about storm windows The man who simply marks time never gets anywhere- It takes manhood as well as brains and muscle to run a farm About now tho farmers wife on joys good dry stove wood How about the wood 10tT Are you doing anything to preserve ItWhat are your plans for a more at tractive farm home next oorT There are still places In this coun try wliuro straw stacks are burned Tho man who really likes his work finds profitable amusement In it Its the country worker who gets the benefit of the beautiful fall weather Tim manure spreader feeds the land more satisfactorily and economically Self confidence not conceit Is the most desirable element In tho farmer Plants Change Plants change their characters according to the conditions In which they nre and this Is more trite of the artificial plants than any other Take thd wheats by way of Illustration They have been so artificially bred for a long time that they are very susceptible to conditions A wheat at tho Tennessee experiment station that had been bred to have n amount of protein and a small amount of starch suddenly developed a great deal of starch In a wet year when the leaves grow large This change ac cording to season Is tho hardest thing to combat In any artificial plant and any plant that has been modified by man is artificial The more changeR we make with plants the easier nre changes made Tho last 25 years has seen more new brands of cabbages brought on the market than over before and some of them aro very dlf ferent from the old varieties Cleaning the Stalls The quickest and easiest way to clean stalls Is to use a stet stable hoe to scrape and push out time ma nure after the bedding has been gath erect up with a fork Stalls thus cleaned are drier oleaner and health lor for all animals The manure Is richer too because most at the nl trogen n the wet manure Is saved I KEEP UP THE WHEAT LAND Fertility of the IIMust De Kept Up- at Any Cost The fertility of the wheat land milit be kept up at any coat but wo nro certain that In some parts of tho west the fertility Is surely declining Only U small per cent of our farmers have as yet reversed the process It Is easy enough to keep up the fertility Tot the wheat fluIds If the owner of the wheat farm Is willing to halo the Informa lion that has boon collected from the experiences of other men Wheat land cannot be kept up In fertility it the process of wheat raising overy year Is followedTwo things must bo done a rotation must be established and some fertilizer such ox potash and phosphate must be applied In some quantities each year Rotating so as to bring in a leguminous crop every few years will help keep up the supply of nitrogen and will improve the physical tex ture of the soil Potash and phos phorus can be applied In small quanti ties each year at n small tout per sore and this must be done If the quality of tho lAnd Is to be maintained Rota tion Is a good thing but It Iran never bring In jKitssh or phosphorus that have boon taken from the land or whlah the land lacks With proper handling our wheat land can bo made to produce the great crops they did 40 years aftn In fact It II possible to make thaw produce more than they did In their old condition for in addition to put ting back tho fertilizer we can lam prove thorn by draining ninny of ahet I wheat fields being In need of this Out this cannot all be done In a day A little should be done each year In time way of putting In the fertllliom the crops must hare The benefits ot rotation cannot be Raised In a few years but the periodical turning under of sod or time roots of legtiminOMH plants will be a constant method flf Improving soil condition In the middle west are millions e- acres of land that are kept In wheat year after year brat whUk are new pnMnelMg ton Imsheli less per site than they Isled to produce says the I Partner Review Tin returns wilt lie Mill tot In years to setaes It steed are taken to pruvwit further wbaM UoR It to sat only tint taw of Ute fertility that has to be oomkkirMl but the bads of UH pfeysMal am dlUon resulting front the leas of tee tility la fertile ground Ow nets strike deep sad spread out In all reellons- dl These roots rot and leave- the soil In a good condition pkysfeaHf limit In poor sell the root syvtesjiB a- wtMIk and Ute soil RtadMUy fMoto down so banl that the treats eves do not no Iowa far There to BO way In of wbto M 1rROAD DRAG AND HARROW A Combined Tool Which Will Do Very Effective Work Thus read drag Is superior la any drag that I have ever seen deotartw a Kansas correspondent of Farm and Homo The front piece consists of a 4x4 oak strip b ten feet long through This Makes a God Tad which are driven ordinary burrow teeth about three Inches apart Title Is attached to the roar piece a which Is a 3x0 oak Umber ten foot long fnc M with three Inches of onofourthlneh metal on the bottom c which projeeta one Utah Those pieces are kept apart by wooden blocks d upon the bolt f and by the top strips o each 2x6 This makes a fine level road as it harrows It and scrapes It at the same time Soy Bean Experiments Recent experiments by the Indiana experiment station Indicate that the Ogemn soy bean requires about 96 IdaYI to mature seed Ito San and Early Drown about 115 days No 12 399 about 130 days and Medium daysInranked flat with 294 bushels and Ogonia last with 145 bushels for northern Indiana For central Indiana Early Drown was first with 198 bush els and Ogema last Treating Seed Potatoes for Scab Again we give the proper method adabttlon containing onehalf pint of for mall to 16 gallons of water When planting avoid ground which has re contly produced a scabby crop of tubers Liming Land Liming land Improves both the heavy and light land Tbo heavy land i Is made more friable and tho Icachy f soil Is made more cohesive and works better 4AIs what everyone who attempts grow I iinj flowera should have In readiness for the transplanting season Dairying Pays rIThere Is no tarns so valuable IIndj mademoiovalaa6le jturning It Into a dairy farm I o p o Sao b- o 0- a TEiMEWTOKN V JFl n0 = o0 v UpESTERNICHTBy his lowly couch wo met o Bringing ivyleoves and tryingoSome with smiles and sortie with sighingaTo remcrobec or forget a Now tbenursling year is waking xAnd we gaze into his eyes tortiakingio o takrngo o Gifts from earth andseaand slues J 4 V Dawn of gold and sunset gleaming April eve and Junctme mom Things of truth and not of seeming These have glorified his creaminga 0- b He tho heir the newly born Jn his tiny grasp he treasures ofliahes that may soon be ours e- o Sunlight gold in brimming measures Meadow fragranses and pleasures Honeyed wine distilled of flowers O Soon the child will frolic lightly a Oer his fathers grassgreen grave I Day shall be his playmate brightly And his sleep be sweetened nightly a Oy the songs of wind and wave i ARTHUR LT SALVO New Year Irresolutions JIThe Widow Discusses Them 18y HELEN ROWLAND With the Bachelor D SNT It hard said the widow glifteUc ruefully at the betirwrcalhed clock on the mantelpiece to know where to begin reforming yourself Great heavens ex claimed the bachelor you are not going to do anything like that are your The widow pointed sol flinuiy to the hands of the clock which Indicated 1130 and then to the calendar on which hung une flut tering leaf marked December 31 It Is Ume she sighed to begin mental housecleaning to sweep out our collection of last years follies and dust oft our petty sins and fling away our old vices and Thats the trouble broke In the bachelor Its so hard to know just what to throw away and what to keep staking New Years resolutions Is like doing the spring housecleaning or clearing out a drawer full of old let tern und sentimental rubbish You know that there are lots of things you ought to Kt rid of and that nro Just In the way and that you would be bettor ott Without but tbo minute you make up your mind to part with anything even it tluy Insignificant vice It suddenly becomes so dear and attractive that you repent and begin to take a new Interest In It The only time I ever had to be taken home In a cab was tho day after I promised to sign the pledge and the bachelor sighed remlnlsconlly And the only time 1 over overdrew ray bank nccouutV declared the wid WIow was the day after 1 had resolved economize 1 suppose she added pensively that tho host way to begin would be to pick out tho worst vice and discard that And that will leave heaps of room tor tho others and for a lot of now lit tie sins beside wont It agreed the bachelor cheerfully Well he added philosophically Ill give up murder- Ing What the widow started Dont you want inn toT asked the bachelor plaintively rubbing his bald spot Or perhaps I might resolve not to commit highway robbery any more or to stop forging urAll of which Is so easy broke In the widow sarcastically- Therod bo some glory and some reason In giving up a big vice sighed the bachelor If a fellow had one Hut tho trouble Is that most of us men havent any big criminal tendencies merely a heap of llttlo follies and weaknesses that thqro isnt any particular virtue In sacrificing or any particular harm in keeping And which you always do keep In spite of all your New Years vows remarked the widow Ironically Huh Tho bachelor laughed cyni cally Its our New Years vows that help us to keep em The very fact that a fellow has sworn to forego anything i whether Its a habit or a girl roak s It more attractive Ive thrown a whole box of cigars with the j finest Intentions In the world and then gotten up In the middle of the night to flab the pieces out of the waste bas kol Aud that midnight smoke was the sweetest I ever had It was sweeter than the apples I stole when I was a kid and the kisses I stole when MIt you came here to dilate on the joys of sin Mr Travers began the widow coldly And proceeded the bachelor Ive made up my mind to stop flirt lug with a girl becauso I found out that she was beginning totou1 understand Interrupted tho widow sympathetically- And by Jove finished the bache lor 1 had to restrain myself to keep from going back and proposing to her stow lucky you did commented tbo widow wlthcrlotlr But 1 wouldnt have explained the bachelor ruefully If the gorl had restrained herself- Nevertheless repeated the widow It Will lucky for tbo girl Which girl asked the bachelor The girl I broke oft with or the girl that came afterward- I suppose mused the widow Ig noring the levity and loaning over to arrange a bunch of violets at her belt that Is why It Is so difficult for a man to keep a promise or a vow oven a marriage vow Oh I dont know The bachelor leaned back and regarded the widows coronet braid through tbo smoke of his cigar It Isnt the marriage vows that are so dlnloult to keep Its the fool vows a man makes before roar riage and the foul promises he makes afterward that he stumbles over and falls down on file marriage vows are so bIg and vague that you can Jet all around them without actually breaking them but it they should In terpolate concrete questions into tho service such ns Do you William promise not to growl at the coffccr Or Do you Mary promise never to put a daub of powder on your nose again broke In the widow Nor to look twice at your pretty stenographer continued the baqhe lor Nor to lie about your age or your foot or your waist measure Nor to Juggle with tbo truth when ever you stay out after Iinlf past ton Nor to listen to things that that anybody except your husband may say to you In the conservatory oh 1 see how It feels finished the wid ow with a sympathetic little shudder And yet reflected tho bachelor a woman It always exacting vows and promises tram tlioman she loves always putting up bars for him to lump over when It she would only leave him done ho would be perfectly contented to slay within bounds ajid grjiie In his own pasture A man hates being pinned down but a wom an doesnt want anything around that she cant pin down from her belt and her theories tc her bat and her nus band Well protested the widow study ing tho toe of her slipper It Is a sat isfaction to know youve got your bus band fastened da straight by his promfscs and held In place by his own vows and that be loves you enough to- UsuaIlT Interrupted the bachelor to i man loves you IB Inverse ratio to his protestations The lover who promises all things without resolve Is too often tike tho fellow who doesnt question tho hotel bill nor ask the price of the wine because he doesnt intend to pay It anyway The follow who Is prodigal with his vows and promises and poetry Is generally tho ono to whom such things mean nothing and being of no value can be flung about generously to every girl be meets The firm with the big gest front office II likely to be the one with the smallest deposit In the safe The man who swears oft loudest on Now Years Is usually the one they have to carry homo the morning after And the chap who promises a girl a life of roses Is the one who will let her pick all the thorns oft for her selfPerhaps sighed the widow chew Ing the stem of a violet thoughtfully the best way to cure a man of a taste for anything after all la to let him have too much of It Instead ot making him swear off If you want him to bate the smell ot a pipe insist on his smoking all the time It you want him to sign the temperance pledge servo him wine with every course It you want him to hate a woman Invite her to meet him every time ho calls and tell him how suita ble she would bo And If you want him to love you finished tho bachelor dont ask him to swear It but tell him that ho really ought not to The best way to man age a donkey human or otherwise Is to turn his head In the wrong di recUon and hell back In the right onoThen said the widow decisively we ought to begin tho Now Year by making some irresolution Somewhat T Vows that We wont stopdoing the things wo ought not to do explained thewidowAll agreed the bachelor thoughtfully Ill make an irresolu tion to go on making love to you as much as I like You mean as much asi like Mr Travers corrected the widow se verely How much do you like asked the bachelor loaning over to look into the widows eyes The widow kicked tbo corner of the rug tentatively I likeall but tho proposing she said slowly You really ought to stop that Im going to stop It tonlghL The widow looked up In alarm Oh you dont have to commence keeping your resolutions until to morrow morning she said quickly And are you going to stop refusing me tonight continued the bachelor Irmly Tho widow studied the corner of tbo rug with groat concern And went on the bachelor tak ing something from his pocket and toying with it thoughtfully you are going to put on this rlalbo leaned over caught the widows hand and slipped the glittering thing ou her third finger Now he began you are going to say that you will The widow sprang up suddenly Oh dont dont dont sho cried In a moment well mo making prom isesWo dont need to said the bachu lor leaning back nonchalant we can begin by making arrangqrocnla Would you prefei to live in town or at Tuxedo And do you think Europe or Bermuda the best place for theHermuda by all means broko In tbe widow and I wish youd have that hldeois portico taken oft your town bousj Hilly and= But the rest of her words were smothered In tho bachelors coat lapel and some thing else Then you do mean to marry me after all cried the bachelor tri umphantly Tho widow gasped for breath and patted her hair anxiously II meant to marry you nil the tlmol she cried hut I never thought you wore really In earnest and Mitblnks quoted the bachelor happily that neither of us did pro test ton much We havent made any promises you know Not one rejoined the widow promptly as to my flirting Nor an to my clubs Nor as to my relatives Nor my cigars And we wont make any vows cried the widow except marriage vowsAnd Now Years Irresolutions added thH bachelor Listen cried the widow softly with her fingers on her lips A peal of a thousand silver balls rang out on the midnight air The chimes exclaimed the wIlS- on Theyre full of promises 1 thought It sounded like a wedding bell said the barhclor disap pointedlyMaybe said the widow It watt only Love ringing OULol Angelea Times New Years Calls The custom of visiting and sondlnj presents and cards on New Years day Is recorded almost as far back ng history goes The practice of using ylslt Inc cards can be traced back for thou sands of years by the Chlgeae Their New Years visiting cards are curiosi ties Each One sets forth not ugly he name but old the titles of Its owner- and as all Chinamen who have any social position at all have about a dozen It makes the list quite appalling These cards ore made of silk 01 else of fine paper backed with sllknnl nro so large that they have to be rollI ed up to bo carried conveniently are indeed BO valuable that bey art returned to their owners t THE WORD MADE FLESH Sunday School Lesson for Jan 5 1903- StxeliHr Ara cod for Tills Paper IKSffON TBXTJolm VMS Memory pulse X- OOLURN TROTThe Word was made field and dwelt liming u1oln114 SCRJPTUTIAI itgl+ tRLNCnnTheD- lvtne Clirlil neb 1110 John aIr 11 Col J16 17 Inn ST Pull 2511 Rev liS IMC The Word Made Ilc ti8ttily what new llRhl U thrown upon thll ntatKiiient by till accounts of Urn virgin bIrth In Luke and In Matthew by John 318 lleh 11 Z torn SJi Phil 27 slob 29i l John 11 2- Comment and Suggestive Thought Ito Is tho Vonl of OoU And the Word Wc God 1 In the beginning an In Oonrslc 1 Hack of all manifesta lions of Ood was the word which proceeded from him The Word U the reveulor of tho incomprehensible and Invlllible God Exp Greek Test Words are tho expression of what Is In the soul reason conscience will purpose The wind was wjth God The Oreek preposition expresses not merely be InK beside but a living uulon and communion implying tho active no Uon of Intercourse The divine word nut only abode with the father from all eternity but was lu the living ac live relation of communion with him M II Vincent The word was God There Is only UUP God anti this state mont guards against tho error which the phrase wllh God might suggest that there is more than Olin No one can more emphatically assort tho nbo lute unity of Grid than both the Old nod the New Testament and the wholo Christian church V1 All things worn made by Him Whatever God duet the Word does la Col 118 16 Wit are told that Jesus In the Imago of the Invisible God the flrstlxmi of every creature For by him were all things created that are in Heuven aud thAt are In earth visible and Invisible whether they ho thrones or doinlnlonR or principalities or powam all things were created by Him and for Him And In Job 111 Who being the brightness of ills glory and the express IIIMKU of Ilia person and upholding all thlnm by the word of His power when He Imil hy Hlm6f purged our stns sat down on the right hand of this Majesty on highSee John 31618 rbI 2611 Uov 18 1210 tan 16- lie Is the source of life V 4 In Him was tire That power which creates lieu and maintains all else In nxlatenoo was In till Word He was the fountain of existence to all things Including every form nnd degree and kind of lifo natural and spiritual So Hxp Greek Test For as tho bather ralseth the dead and qulckenoth thorn oven so the Son qulcketiuth whom Ha wlilMJohu 5SISC 04768 In the first chapters of Genesis the word era ate whose mooning Interpreted by v 3 of this chapter to cause to sumo Into being is used only three times 1 of matter 2 of life 1 of the soul of man and at each of those points tho efforts of men to produce either of theca by the forces of nature have proved a complete failure Lifo must coma from hen It Includes In tellectual lire based on the physical life arid spiritual llle hasud on the In tellectual He Is the source of light V4 And tho bite was the light of men For not only was the first effect of life on matter to produce tight but tho first condition of seeing the light Is lire All the light lu the universe cannot make dond thing see feed minds cannot knowAnd more life without light is of little avrll It is illtlliiilt for tit to realize what a light does for us Jesus Christ U thin revelation of tho Father V K18 Tho witness The testimony of experience V 16 Of ills fulness Ills Inexhaustible store of grace and truth which belong to the San of God A fountain forever flowing It vita forewr shining Have oil we rncelvcd Wo know what those mire by oxporlnnre we have felt Ills love Ills forgiving love we have re ceived Ills grace In our hearts wo hove seen Ills loving floods wo hnvo heard His gracious words Wf1 received Ills Kilt of Icutcrost ills grates have begun to grow In our hearts wo have been transformed hy Him Illustrations Jeans is the Inex haustlhlo source of grace and truth In Iho Norse legends Thor was given a drinkinghorn which he vainly tried to Iltlllk dry Hn afterward learned that It was connected with the ocean and he would have hnd to drink nil the wnter of tho world bolero he could have emptied the cup An uiBloin king was showing his treasurechest to the ambassador of the king of Spain after their dlscrovery of Iho mines In America The ambas sador put Ills hand to the bottom of tht kings chest and said I ran roach the bottom of your treasure hut there Is no bottom mi end tit the trcasuriM of my Master Points of Contact with Modern tlfe 1 Here we find exactly the SaVlour w need 2 Our first duty and privilege Is therefore to rcrolvo Him 3 Tho Saviour wo need is the worldI Him known everywhere far and near If too really believe in this Saviour we cannot but exhaust every effort to have all teen receive Him and to bring in Ills kingdom IITbe great noel of all living men to Spiritual Life and Id uli uuitereul1gat- Ltlon Eternal Liar I 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60iMtracterc 1175 students frost 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS 1 r111 A special teacher for each gradeand for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress I 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 the right way Drawing Staging Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free test booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years fur 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 u diploma In Agriculture and a young lady lu Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to at for business Even a part of this course au fall sod winter terms Is very profitable Small extra foes ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Car man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Uterary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses at for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter und spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Rood Organ Voice Culture Plane Theory Dand may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Boroa College la not moneymaking Institution All tho money received from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about tlfty dollars a year morn than ne pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian aud patriotic people who are supporting Ttorea In order that it may train young mUll and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect 1 the character and reputation of the young people Our students como from tho best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings and assist In work of hoarding hall farm end shops receiving valuable train Ing and getting pay according to tbo value of their labor Except In win ter it is expected that all will havo a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secrotary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Bens favors plain clothing Our climate Is the btb- ut as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraiji and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Stow furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas aud other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the line buildings In which students live chargIng only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of budding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a weeks In tho fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lug of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES ore two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but onco and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses tor care of school bntld Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services r teachers nil our Instruction Is a tree gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is S500 a term 400 In loner Model Schools 1000 In courses Wf b Ivttln anti STOO In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental foe and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments aro as follows FALL 14 weeks 2950ln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day J2105 Including SlQO deposit middle or term 915- WINTER12 weeks 2900ln one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 1100 deposit middle ot term 900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced On board lit full except that no allowance is made for any fraction of a weekOn room all but fifty cents but no allowance for any fraction ot a monthOn 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 malting no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are well started In iJchool it pays to stay as long as possible THE FIRST DAY of tho winter term Is January 1 19pS For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLED BEREA KENTUCKY e That Premium Knife takes tho eyes ot the men anti boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent kmfc vrith two t blades of razor tecl and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moUn- tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for One Donate That brings in subscriptions all the time U youbAve I notgot it yo- uoiibtto June I P A GOOD SCHOOL Ctlnuecllrm Pint Page from their uwu ouiihus at meal time Tlio tames aru cat m luur great umiLg rooms in cued of v hicn inure is u 1 tnuio wua teachers m ubctigd who look attar the chare of the modems and conduct fumty payes eey nlgiiu Aleut tlmo la u gtuat uooiai ip poriuulty wiien students met and initc over tnuif logons uua sports and uv erything which uuerenU tlitm The food cannot always bo just wuat it is at flume but It has been so good and I so abundant this fall that the students have prodlglousiy In welgfct and healthIIn all ways spring water coming In an Iron pipe I c from the mountains four miles away We have Dr Cowley who Is all the time looking after the health of stu dents not only taking care of every one who has a cold or a headache but looking out for It that they do not suffer exposure or fall sick from any cause that can be prevented Mla Moore also who Is training girls In the art of nursing and caring for tho sick Is always ready to take care of any student who may be 111 for a few 4days Her little hospital Is very home and we have sometimes suspect ed the girls of playing sick In order that they might spend a few days with Miss Mooie We know of no other school which taken this kind of i thorough Dare of the health of its young people Moreover there ta the gymnasium whore both the young nnn and the young women learn to stand straight walk gi awfully breathe properly and enabled to take exr Istt to stormy weather So too the water SUPPlY and comfortabe bathrooms make It possible for every student to i be clean and cleanliness helps to good health and good feeling The average I health here Is tar bettor than among young folks at their homes Every body is well In Borea this fall Each student is assigned to work some more and some less Students ring the bell build the fires prepare the fuel care for the cattle repair the buildings prepare the food Nt the ta bles wash tho dishes carry on the great laundry and printing office and r In many other ways earn money and at the same time receive training in things that are useful and profitable The opening day is a buy time A whole regiment of young people has to be organized in a few hour but there are the subdivision of the army the several anlgnlng officers or captains as they might be called each of whom looks after his own pupils President Frott and Professor Itumold attend to the students in tile College Depart ment Professor Marsh Is the dean of the Academy Professor Dlnemore of the Normal Department and Pro fessor Edwards of the Model Schools Each of these has a staff of teachers who sit down with eaeh new student I and find out in what class he can study to the bolt advantage It is always beet that a student should be clawed low enough so that he can work suoeoeefully and take few stud- Ios so that he can do them well It is a great deal better to begin in this way and then be promoted than to undertake too much or too high work and perhaps fall in some of It I And here one sees how fine a thing it is to have great buildings such as BtTfla now possesses Tho Chapel Itself with Its steam heat electric light I nnd many different rooms makes it possible for the students to gather pleasantly for worship and for the work of classification Sometimes all the students of the school meet together for Chapel Worship and at other times the different departments meet by themselves It Is a glorious sight to see the great Chapel room filled aid a glorious sound to hear them all singing together Another rare equipment is the li brary of free text books All the stu dents In the Model Schools and the first year Normal have their books lent them for the term except Bibles tend dictionariesItheir store This store is a splendid insti tution for the students Hero they can buy tho things they most need at COSt i rite Stationery pencils over shoes fountain pens and other neces sary at tides are within their reach for a small price It there is over I any profit In this cooperative store It Is teed to assist students who maybe sick or otherwise in need through what is called the Students Aid Fund The College Library to one who has not seen It Is a real marvel A great building of Kentucky stone fireproof well lighted and filled with shelves and shelves of books and all these books are so classified and arranged that the Librarian can pick out any ono of the many thousands in half a minute If we go to tho Science Building we shall find students examining tho wonders of nature through microscopes and experimenting with various scientific instruments tho ert names of which are unknown to the majority of people I If we pass on to the Industrial Building we shall see the girl engaged in dressmaking ccoklng and other household arts and the boys learning to handle tools and run the splendid machinery If we pass on to the farm or to tho garden we shall see modal barns well kept horses and cattle and the best of farmers tools I If we are hero In pleasant weather we may vlilt tho athletic field where the young men play ball run races and find a world of good sport and exercise On every side are the evi deuces of wisdom and care In pTannng things in such u way as to make tho students stay In Borax most profit able It is no wonder that fierce students make most rapid progress and look back upon the years they spend here as tho happiest and most profit able In their lives HAS HELP FOR ALL ContlirecJ from Hint tale Girls can leant dreri making which al ways means a chance to earn money They can be trained In the care of the sick so that after a year or two they easily earn a dollar a day and do a world of good A dollar a day is a great deal more than a dollar a week Those who have musical talent can learn to play the cabinet organ and to teach other In this way some girls have made such advancement In two year that they CM ears a large amount of money and give a great deal of pleasure to tWrtr friends Perhaps the greatest chance for the young men to in learning carpen try for there ta a great demand In th country for good carpenters and cab inetmaker Others learn to be print era or brickLayers Some of our young bricklayer earned 600 a day last summer working on the State Capitol In Frankfort but lewI came back to school this tall they believe that education is worthI a good deal more than 1600 a great many of our young men hate learned Important things about farm I management and are Improving the home farms as a result of their train Ing In Direst A tow careful young men are learning how to handle our tine woodworking machinery and oth ens have learned something of plumb ing electrical engineering team fit ting and surveying It II a great shame that we have not In eastern Kentucky III yet enough thoroughly trained young men to survey our own landThe assigning officer for those trade courses Is Supt Bdwards but those whose book studios are well advanced are in charge of Professor Varsh THE ACADEMY Is a great depart proelSorlMl1rsh Schools and who do not expect to follow tho profession of teaching There are two great divisions in the Academy One division for those who expect to take the long courses and graduate finally from the Collegiate outIbest training In mathematics Latin the science etc See Collegiate Department further on The other division of tho Academy is for thoso who wtih the best Immedi ate preparation for tho work of life They wish to know tho most import ant things that can bo learned In two years To those students there is offered a great choice of studies They all take something of the history cf our country and of the world some thing of the science of common things something of elementary philosophy aa riononilosor the science of wealth ethics or the science of conduct and civics or the science of government These are particularly valuable fur ail who expect to be Influential and useful leaders among their neigubors Young ladies can elect studies in mus ic household management great autn ors and many other subject Young men are likely to elect mathemat ics leading to surveying farm management I history eemeiitary sciences preparing for tho study of medicine j land rhetoric and elocution preparing for tho study of law etc I THE NOitMAL DEPARTMENT is for the training of teachers It is in I charge of Professor Dlnsmoro who has a very able faculty of normal Instruct ors This department gives special at tentlm to the needs of the teachers of eastern Kentucky It shows a young beginner just how to argnnlio and make a success of his first school and Its graduates are able to pass exam In ations for good certificates anywhere and at any time It has trained a large number of tho best county super- Intendents In the mountains Profoa sor Lewis of this department bas made a special study of the teaching of elementary sciences In the publlo schools Too often these subjects have been uninteresting whereas they ough to be the most fruitful Interesting and practical of all the subjects taught MIlS Beatrlght is famous for her training of teachers in the handl log of young pupils and her work lots already benefited thousands of little children through eastern Kentucky Mite Schumaker is well known for he superior Instruction In history which she makes practical and vivid and In English And so of the other instruct ors Each one contributes some spe cial thing to tho success of every normal student THE COLLEGIATE DBPAnTMENT te the highest of all and maintains tic highest standard of scholarly excel lence It hoe the largoct collegiate li brary In Kentucky well equipped lab oratorle where students perform ex perlments In seleneo for themselves and thorough and attractive courses under the ablest instructors in an stoat and modern literatures poUtknl science pkltoeophy history and the natural sciences The Collegiate De partment to rapidly growing and attracts many students from cwUide Kentucky This brief list of the epartmaU and advantages which Bawl CoUep- offer to every ambitious young manor young woman In eastern Kentucky ovght U kwaben Interest and delr In the heart of every boy and girl and tether and mother Berea CoV 18vel1 something good for every eta Berea College has preyed the bret friend of hundreds of famllle By sending their children to Berea they have learned great tenons of happiness progress and prosperity But the College not only kelps for ward Individual tudent and families it Is LUTING TILE WHOLE MOUN TAIN Rlt ION Thru Its Influence there Ia a better condition than for merIT In all the counties of JCtem Kentucky and adjacent parts of the Virginias Tennessee and North Caro linaLast winter the students held a Mountain Congress and found students who could serve as deegatra from a great scope of country They discussed the things which make for progress in the mountains There will be another such Congress the coming winter Out of those Congresses and tho association and aqualntanco of students from all parts of the moun tain region we may bo suro that great Improvements will be brought about In the next few years KNOW YOUR CHANCES GLAKSHS nP HrilCIAT INTHIIHST AND I VALUE T1IIJ COMING WINTER All except Cabinet Organ are free to all regular students I SINGING CLASSES Free See Prof RIgbyCABINET ORGAN With use of in strument 760 Miss Campbell FARM MANAGEMENT Rotation of crops can make poor men rich Every farmers boy should be in this class Free to all regular students Mr F O Clark- HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT several classes tree Mrs lull CARPENTRY the greatest trade to Burgessl SENSIBLE USEFUL GUTS for the HOLIDAYS 1 r ttrsctlvt IT racked in Handsome Sin file F1r Boxes tltr eonUIa mm sad Uttw nVWc lloa a au j itbu ntkt bm roMrill Donnuticf Dtul pea o4 itrooff cord ud thu asset war thrown Tbt Bw tuk 1 tnt cUo pwolU MM ud comfort M luttw who rnlUra lb boar B r cams TREY OUTWEAR THHEK ORDINARY KINDS WHICH MEANS THREE TIMES THE SERVICE OP USUAL 00 CENT SO UTS The MOST boylThy make UZP IT dill wtnria oBthor boy will gladly rtcilv- BEWES ill POTTER Dpt 3115 87 tlcoln Slrtt Rods He-ou hI1ItI sanCUa mad lot 100 poss Urtrwtlra- boolM tail M Urn u Dnu CumUj bM II joo D4 aIoe OU raUlolloa BUSINESS COURSES Small rees and big value Tutor Juckhotf SCIENCE OF MIND Every student not in College or Normal Departments should get this important subject free Tutor Scale ELOCUTION Good reading of great authors tree Mrs Putnam and Prof Rains PHYSIOLOGY Our bodies and the laws of health free Prof Lewis GEOMETRY Uses Arithmetic and loads to surveying free ALGEBRA Uses Arithmetic aud lends to Geometry free COMPOSITION How to wrlto let ters and speeches frees Mrs Putnam LATIN FOR BBGINNHRS Noees sary for doctors lawyers and preachers tree Tutor Scale UNITED STATUS HISTORY Inter esting anti practical free Prof Marsh GENERAL HISTORY Like a soy age around tile world free Professor Marsh v PHYSICS The beglBnUgs of Hoi once Sound Hoot Light Great Inventions free Prof Rumald PRACTICAL GRAMMAR Use ct good language letter writinc etc free Mrs Putnam Miss Sohuinakor- ARITHMBT1C Several eloaees un der the best teaehor SCHOOL MANAOBMHNT Helpful for all teachers two ehuMo trio Pro feeeor Dlnmore1- U8TOItY OK BNOLAND Our Mother Oo8 try prepares for Hnglla Literature free Mrs Dtn more AMERICAN LITBIUTURa Ae qualaUoce with the Great Authors tf our Nation free Mrs Dlnmrare- NATURB STUDY Practical let once for rural schools free Professor Lewis These are only a part of the classes which will be open to students who are prepared to eater tbrm but they are nave which are la danger of belpB overlooked or forgotten Uy rno who really wish to get Ute Instruction thus offered OFFICE HOURS AT OPENING OF TERM otto BrB are reminded of tile College feds that persons who re ski hrs and 4o mist atr Ue InatHa Uon during tile Pn term will not be permitted to ester n the winter term cant In Here mast plan to send their children either to Ute public school or to the lntttatlon for the entire year This k Hat for the ehll drn and necessary for the echo ls Winter term begins with chapel ex erm at t a m oa Wednesday Jan L New Years day IMS All students In town should sea Btt5 their arrangements beforehand BO the office may be dear for the ar my of new BtadwU FOR ROOMS and DOLLAR DEPOS ITS Yo ng Women see Mil Bower sox Ladles Hall Saturday 8 to 12 and 2 to 4 and Monday at seine hours Young men ne Mr Cartawll Li benny basement same hour For CLASSIFICATION and SOIJBD ULB8 Me Assigning Ofttoet Monday- S to IS and 2 to 4 FOR TRBASURBRS 8BTTLB MINTS Tuesday 8 to IS and 2 to 4 All offices open Tuesday and Wednesday Classes begin Wednesday at 180Secretarys Office and Information Office in roar basement of Library TEACHERS WHOSESCHOOLS CLOSE AFTER JAN I For such oareul arrangements are made so that hey can begin their work at Boroa whenever thoy can not hero Wrlto to the Sosrotary Mr Will 0 Gamble BO he may reserve a room and be ready to meet you when you come LIONS IN THE WAY Jut as young people are starting for school Idle and thoughtless persons are apt to discourage thorn by tolling of tho difficulties or repeating false tales of lions in the way Dont be turned back by any such reports Everything is all right In Borca and you will be as glad as others havo been when you get hero and got acquainted PLANS FOR REVIVAL Plans for the revival to be hold her this winter have been almost completed and It Is pleasant to announce that wo are to have with us ono of the best evangelists in this part of the world Ho Is M II Lyon and has had Its H COWLEY MD Specially prpnrnt to trent illieateii of the Eye Nose Ear and Throat Industrial Building Deres Ky Hour 3 to 4 n m I marvelous success In many places The meetings will probably begin tm Jan 31 and continue until Feb 9 There is still some hope that ho can give us time a little later when there will be moonlight nights but ho Is a man so greatly in demand that wear very fortunate In getting hint hero at nil and may have to got around as boat wo can on dark nights One cannot always tell what kind ot- a man a preacher U from ono mans opinion of him but tho folowlns com ment on Mr Lyon is worth roadlhg and tolls a good deal Mr Lyon Is a preacher for these times lie knows Gods honk ho knows It intellectually and what Is mire Important he know It ap rltually Bright cultured well read observant ho knows society he knows It as It Is today ho knows Its nccls and ho knows how Its needs can be supplied He Is intensely real and deals with real things There Is nothing narrow nothing fanatical about Mr Lyon lie rides no hobbles lie has absorbed a full round gospel and thus filled with truth he knows how to adapt himself to present conditions From start tonal he makes Christianity practical for all etaaeea her and pow He does not deal In evanavlUtle tricks He disgusts no OM except thew who are dtjuted with downright earnestness Ho hu M undying hatred for sip the cause of Borrow raftering end remorse Vf Lyon lute a heart which throbs with gmpathy lie bm a large store of loon lOUd common sense Would that We bad n thousand ovn a IUU in this oruBiry like SeretaryWlioondn ADVICE TO KENTUCKIANS I A diner was given Tuesday Right in Nw York try a ndty or sops of Kentucky who are living there In honor of Jnctleo llarlaa of the Sup sme Court of u United State who is a native of Kentucky In We speech at that MMMT JacttM liana bAd this word of advice tar Kanlnek i lan sAnd I It tonight M worn pondhto for me to send a word In the young men of my native cute of whatever membcm4Ithething that are behind nave only Use noble deeds of the mighty dead who pus Kentucky Its bug place In the early history of tile nation Qnmch whatever remain In both parties ot tile balofnl fires of narrow part inn shtp and of the spirit of mm factloaI Craah Ute RMnater of Iawl whatever way its evil deeds are map ifested Maintain tile rights of all WhIle remaining loyal to whatvr may be your vnrlon political affilia tiers strive after large generous and broad policies sad lift the State steadily toward hlghw feral Work shoulder to boiler In the effort to build np our grand old OommonweaHh In all things that win contribute to its moral material and lateltectnal welfare Thtm you will help most etI fictively In giving Kentucky a worthy place among those States that shall lead the Nation In lu noble mission I of commending to the world the prier less blessings of lntltutlon that ret upon the consent of the governed nnd reeogntee the Inherent rights o- man as man TROLLEY LINE PLANNED There are rumors that a company Is bring formed to buld a trolley road from Barbourvllta to Manchester It Is said that Lexington capitalists are behind the project and also that I a number of mountain men will take stock la the road if it should be started I Tho building of this road would be one of the best things that could happen for that part of the country and should be encouraged and helped by every one Good roads are theIgreatest need of the mountains possiblelroadsto tho railroad cheapen the price of good nf nil kinds that have to bo brought on bring in the malls quicker bring bettor prices for tho products of tho mountains by getting them to tho railroad easier and in many other ways help the comunltles It reaches Tho benefits will extend over largo parts of tho country and will help many people who never see the road and so every ono should help whore ever they can This is ono of the kind of tfrojccta that Tho Citizen Is very glad to speak for and will help In every way it can We would bo glad to hear from our correspondents anything the may learn about this new line Two Lots For Sale Prospect Street W L Flanery THE MARKETJBerea Prices Eggs per doz25c Butter per Ib 15I5C Potatoes Irish per buO 8041 00 Potatoes Sweet per buU 00U 10 Apples per buU 60U 00 Bacon per lb Turkeys Siam per lb 12IOeIRabbits each lOc 1 Chickens on toot per lb104 Chicken dreesed per Ib 12V- 4CktttnuU per buU 20 Hickory Hula por bu 10 75l 00 Walnuts per bu 40JOc Live Stock Louisville Doc 31 1901IChoice export steers 4 76 6 01 Light shipping clears 4 10 4 75lChoice butcher steers 426 4 l5 Medium butcher stn 315 415 Common butcher Bin 3 00 3 CO Choice butcher heifers 3 50 4 Medium butcher heifers 3 00 3 SiCommon butcher hclfora 2 10 3 Choice butcher cows 3 CO 4 00 l Medium butcher cows 3 00 3 60 Common butcher cows 2 36 3 fO Canner 1 00 2 28 Choice fat oxen 4 26 4 7G l Medium oxen 3 00 4 00 i Choice bulls 1 10 323 Medium bulls 2 CO 3 00 Common bulls 2 00 2 60 Chute veal calved IK C 80 Medium veal calves 4 00 C 00 Common calves 210 310 Good fcodei 4 N 436 Medium feeders 3 10 4 00 Common feeders 3 60 3 10tChoke steak steers 3 CO 4 00 Medium steak steers 2 M 310 Common stock steers 210 3 00 it Choice stack heifer 3 00 3 10 Medium iteok heifers 2 10 3 00 Common mixed stocker 2 10 9 00 iChoice mltcb sews X 00 40 10 iF Medium mttah cows 91 00 31 CO Cowmen relish sews 10 00 80 60 Noes Choice paaker and bauhan- M W Ne Ihs G0 Medium packer and butchers lau to INN lbs C eo Chute pig 11111 its 4 40 Light pip 60M Ik 4 tf 4 41 Light shippers 1N4N Ita 4 SO Rough IMMt lbs 300 4 M owner Choke tat sheop 360 400 Medium sheep 3 10 3 10 OoiBBHta aatep 2 W 310 melts IN 2IQ Choke ajirtae lambs I 10 i M Good tMthor tattlM 4 M 110 Cults and tailr da 3 M 4 II MK88 PORIG410 M- HAMSCbe4e sugar ourwi light and atfeetal err lie heavy to BHMtlWB UVi 10 UiS- SIIUULDNMUo per Ib- BACONCear rib eider Ifcs Tee utar dear sides lee breakfast bacon ifie ar cured b Mldn SVic bacon extra Me beltlta light 1H heavy iSt LARDPrlrae stuns In ttorac O put In Uerev lie In tubs 1134e IIRBIIIJOG8Caat lie pw dosIcandled cII- UTTBRI6c per Ik- POULTItY pH g ohlakaos assail lie per Ib large to ham fc ducks small young lOc old 9c turkey young lie oM lie Mte 7c rabbits JUe rw dO- LWlIlLTNo 2 red and long HIT 3LR No I red nod long berry I00 CORK No 2 whIte COe No 3 mfx ed oaOATSNo 2 white 421 NO 2 8Si4onvil minIIINo 2 WaaUrn Ole No 2 Northern Ott- Tan Bark Price at the depot at B rea per cordeS7 00 Ties- TmSPrlce at the itaUen at Boron Firsts 48o calls 206botli 8 and 8H foot lengths Spokes 4 Prices paid by Standard Wheel Co at B rea for black or shell bark hick ory spokes split or sawed Per ThOU First size A and B grade 310 00 Flat size C grade 9 00 Flat size D grade 7 00 Second size A and D grade 21 00 Second situ C rrade 12 00 Second size D grade 9 00 Third size A and B trade 26 po Third size 0 grade 12 00 Fourth site A and B grade 30 00 First Bite Is Ittln on the heart 1 IL deep and 28 to 30 Inches long Second size Is 2 In on the heart 2 in deep and 30 in long Third size U 2V4 la on the heart 2K In deep and 30 In long Fourth size IB 24ln on the heart 2H in deep and 30 In long A dz B Grade II good sound white coarse heavy growth live timber full to Bite and free from defects C Grade is good sound white timber that Is lighter la weight and growth IB finer and not so heavy uthe A B Grade It mutt be tree from defects also and tall to rises ONEDAYOUTOFSEVEN LAWS SO PROCLAIMING IT MUST OK UPHELD SAYS JUDGE WALLAPEIHEARRAIGNS THE AVARICIOUS MEN tWho Seek To Lure From the Laborer His Wages By Providing Special At tractions on That Day 1101 Sunday Law Violators Have Ceen Indicted Kansas City Mo Doc 23 William lt Wallace of the Jackson county criminal court who has boon credited with having started tho Sunday nb aervnnco movement that now has be Como widespread hat issued a slgnlfl cant statement on his Interpretation of tho MlMonrl law that ho is seeking tp enforce lie nlso arraigns those whom tin cays violate the law for pe Hinlary gain and dwells upon what lie nnya IB a crying need of one day of rest out of ovary seven As a rodult of Judge Wallaces cam paign the county grand Jury has slnro September 20 returned 1101 Indict ments against violated of the Sunday law furred hundreds of shopkeeper to closo their plactm of buelneu on that day and within tho i oat threw weeks placed over halt a thousand 1 Sundayworking actors nctrcMM the atrical managers and their employes and others under bond for hearing later The grand Jury is still In see Mon and the Judge says he will not roaso Ms efforts until tho law Is re spected to the letter Judge Wallace has for man years been one of the foremost lawyers In the stalo and has always fought for law enforcement Ho won apitelntctf to his present position by Cor Folk who has accomplished what no other Xtnoiirl executive has over done namely tho closing or the saloon on Sundayi I Judge Wallace In hit statement PaysII IItII a mistake to Btipveao that 111ft Ii Ie purely ft rvHgtau Inatttu tlnn and that lu enforced observatus- Is fw this bftt of the hank The Sfthbath WM ordained before man had fallen or there WM a church nI the IiJlNd for a Redeemer fly divine ox the Almighty ordalmtl It by J l roaina from the work of treat ton m t the wvmth day and Hs imnivea for JI ever upon Its Mered character ky hal tewlnt It The Sabbath would be with iw hud rda BJTr entered the work Itmflfe When we think toajloaHy t ad hirnricsnir It la enoy lo pr Hv hew t It II ibM a daetr for a day at rest ra latent lAtoltlou with the laboring matt The tyranny of 6040 years of human avarte h3 nol eradicated It Juatloe Field so long a member of Mr trailed totes supreme court WM tight wHtt aa sae of Uls aHpram i Ms of California he declared that flwmlay laws are enaeted iirlrnarlljr for the protection of labor We eau not wonder therefore that men who work for wasem In all the UeiMrtiHMU of IIMNMB Industry are sending In the tmanlmom Indorsement of the labor vnlnna to which they belong Nor BhmiM we wonder that avarice It turn tag Ito mutt An the friends of Sunday ohMTvanc It can on Sunday glut rte ravenous saw with more of turn vragea that have leeR petit the laborer I than on any ether tlwe days of the week combined Tha Sunday theater na rich n btirvaat aa the Sunday saloon Is proof of this fact ARRAYED IN WEDDING GARMENTS The Youno Girl Took Her Life When Her Lover Failed To Come PllUburg Pa Doc M Blopoll Su ratio a toautlful 17yearold Hussion hOII1lother Bwoeheart who had promised to her here to bo married in tho Sillow reason Saturday the girl re ceived a letter from her lover saying he would no como to America to bo married at thin time Tho girl who had taken service In the household of Mr Blattnor became very sad amt would Oat no supper She retired to her room early and was found dooo Sunday mornlg An empty carbolic ti acid bottle was besldo the bed Tho girl left two notes ono to her em ployer and tho other to her lover In faroff Russia FiredTrain Baton Rouge La Del 2Jllobcrt I Wesson a negro of West Fellclana parish was brought to Baton Rouge and placed In tho state penitentiary for safekeeping charged with shooting 1upn passenger traIn on tho Yazoo S rondo As ft result of Wee sons wild rampage Adonis K Wrldert a young cadet at the Louisiana stnto university IB dead nt his homo at I Saraw Head In Gas Stove Richmond Va Dec 23Wlth her homo decorated for the Christmas tea tlvitlcs and all proparatlons made tor a merry holiday Mrs Ella S Ford cut her throat from ear to oar and then hold her head In a gas stovo until sho became suffocated to death Open Switch Caused Wreck Tollapdosa Go Dee 23Trnln No 23 on the Southern railway bound from Atlanta tar Birmingham ran Into nil open switch hero killing Engineer Downpy of Atlanta nnd Injuring two ftromon RESCUE WORK IS NALTED CONDITIONS IN DARR MINE ARE DANGEROUS TO EXPLORERS vither of Victim Commits Suicide and Widowed Woman Tries to End Her Life Jacobs Creek PLilrom tho Darr I mine ot tho Pltteburg Coal company where a terrific explosion Thursday Imprisoned and almost boyond doubt killed every ono of Uio 200 or more men who had entered the mine for tbd day only six bodlo had been brought to the surface up to ten oclock Friday night Others lucre been loooted and lie In the entry awaiting a propitious time for their removal to the temporary morgue Most of them however are still hemmed 1n hr hry falls of stale sad other reef tormothw a stile and a half and more beyond the point to which the rescuers have penetrated up to thla time Raeette work haa been sited A vast amount of bratUdiMC mnM be dose before It can proceed The rem trtHB perUse 7MO feet from the main LnuteCt have found oowilllona such that to avert ati additional disaster precautionary work mnat be done The poisonous gases must be forced from the settees beyond and additional air and ventilation must be pro Wed for that section To neglect the precautions and proeeed with the explorations l to rlak the life of every man of the rwculng force To provide those safeguards will require hatir of time and it Is not believed that tho great mass of bodies will he reached before late Saturday afternoon Conditions round about the mines and la this town are greatly Improved Cle1braUonup I onions tag and disorder Conrad SchuUi 48 years oh waxed by the death In the mine of his son and other relatives ended his own life Friday by drowsing In the river near tho mine lie was a widower and leaves four small children Mrs Campo Delano was restrained from committing suloldo with great dimoulty She lost her husband and two sons In the disaster and In quest of tho bodies was crowing the river In tho sky ferry n basket ear lUll pended from a cable when she was noised with tho Idea of leaping Into the stream In tho frail car tho ef forts of throe mon wore required to restrain her until n landing was reachedPresident John Mitchell of the Unit ed Mine Workers of America tele graphed from Indianapolis authoriz ing district officials to draw upon the national treasury for 1000 for re lot of tho families of the victims Prison for Llndenau Karlsruhe Germany Karl Llnde nau who was being prosecuted on n ofI day to three years Imprisonment and to five years loss of civil rights Fire In Oklahoma University Norman Okla Pnlntore at work on the dome of tho main building of the University of Oklahoma accidentally set lire to the structure Friday afternoon Vigorous work by students con fined the Qiuues to tlo main build Ing Lad Blows Off Hlo Sisters Head Holy Cross In Thinking It unload ed John Moyer a farmor boy living hero pointed a shotgun at his 16year old sister Thursday and pulled tube trigger So close was tho girl to the muzzle at tho weapon that her head was blown from her shoulders Col J B MeGonlgal Is Dead Kansas City MoCol James B M Gonlgat who was a conductor on the first train operated on the Panhandle railroad in 1850 died In Kansas City Thursday aged 74 TROOPS TO LEAVE GOLDFIELD i Presidents Order Causes Sensation In the Nevada Town jtooseveltFridaybuke to Gov Sparks of Nevada for neglect of duty by the peace officers at Goldfleld At the same tune tho president or dered withdrawn on December 30 the federal troops now at the mining town becauso aa ho telegraphed Gov Sparks ho saw no reason why tho red oral government should do ordinary police duty which local authorities are unwIlling apparentlyto perform Goldtlold of the pros dents order removing the federal troops trop Goldfleld on December 30 has caused a sensation among tho mine owners and the real dents of the city generally The news was received at noon Friday and dur ing tho afternoon conferences wore held between Cap Cox the repo tentative of Gor Sparks In Ooldflekl and Col Reynolds commanding the troops here and between the mine owners and members of President RooeeveltB commission President McKlnnon and other ofll dale of the miners union salt that the poMlblllty of disorder or violence of any sort will be no greater after tho removal of the troops than now and that they will use every endeavor to maintain peace and quiet Attorney O N Hilton sent here by President Mover of the Western Fed oration to assist In effecting It poeal ble a compromise for the Western Federation of Minors with the Mine Owners association after a confer ence with President McKinnon sell that he was assured no violence would be attempted fie told also that the pottttion of the minors of the Western Federation is unchanged KELVINPASSES AWAY ILORD Scientist Is Dead at Glasgow Aged t3 Years Gloagow Lord Kelvin tho noted scientist tiled Tuesday William Thornton first lord Kelvin was born at Belfast Ireland Juno 26 1824 Ho was n celebrated mathoma tlolan and physicist and occupied the ohalr ot natural philosophy In Glee gow university from 1840 to 1199 He was knighted In 1866 and was created Baron Kelvin in 1S92 In tho domains of boat electricity and magnetism ho was one of the great Investigators of tho century Ho invented n number of Instruments used In navigation and deep sea ex ploration and took n prominent part in the laying of the first submarine cables In the Atlantic For his efforts in behalf of science Lord Kelvin had been decorated many times having been a grand officer ot the Legion ot Honor of France a member of the Prussian Order Pour le Monte nnd commander of tho Order ct King Leopold ot Belgium lie re calved honors also from the Japanese and other governments Engineer Faithful Unto Death Cleveland O Engineer Frank Krng 50 years old of Buffalo N Y though 111 and faint stayed at his throttle till ho had brought his fast Lake Shore train safely Into COlllnwood yards Thursday aftorqoon Then ho stepped from his cub and in a few minutes was dead Krug was In his usual health when ho took his train out ol Buffalo Ills Illness came after the train had loft Erie The engineer had hardly ntrenglh enough to lower him self from tho cab at Collin wood Peace Conference Is Closed Washington Felicitous speeches by Secretary Root President Luis Ander son and Ambassador Creel of Mexico marked U e close Friday of tho Central American peace conference which hRS boon In session hero for over A month and has agreed to and signed eight distinct conventions Tube Company President Dead Kowanoe IIIAltrtd M Hewlett president of tho Western Tube company died Friday ovcnlps of paralysis Ho was 57 years old BLOWS EXCHANGED HOUSE WILLIAMS AND DE ARMOND RE SORT TO FISTICUFFS Latter Calls Formei a Liar and Lively Combat Ensues for a Moment Washington Tho spirit of rivalry that for live years has alternately smoldered and blazed between John Sharp Williams of Mississippi leader of the minority and David A Do Ar mond of Missouri leader of the minor ity opposition culminated In a flIt fight Thursday on the poor of the house of representatives Tho blows of Mr Do Armond caused blood to flow down the face of Mr Williams and only the forcible Inter vention of friends cut the combat shcrt Mr De Armond bore away a scuffed nose Tho Immediate causo of the fight was tho passing of the lie by Mr De Armond to Mr Williams resultant of a complaint by the former that the minority leader had broken faith In burying Mr Hooher of Missouri by recommending his assignment by Spanker Cannon to the committee on coinage weights and measures According tq the statements pf the principals Mr Williams defended his action by declaring ho had been told by Mr Hoohera colleague Mr Lloyd of Missouri that the committee as signment would 1m satisfactory to Mr Uoober Mr De Armond bluntly ques boned the truth of the statement and after tho failure of an effort on his part to transfer the scene of con troversy Mr Williams struck Mr Do Annond a blow in tho face with closed nat The exciting incident will not besot down In the official records of the Sixtieth congress for the house bad been some minutes adjourned when tho first blow was struck Somo representative cried out Look look at the fight Everybody looked but so startled were they by what they saw that no one seemed for the moment to think of rushing forward and stopping it Meantime Mr Williams and Mr Do Armond wedged between two rows 6f desks were still exchanging blows Blood was flowing down the taco of Um loader of tho minority while Mr De Armond was endeavoring to grasp his opponent by tho throat at the same time vigorously returning blow for blow Then everybody awoke to the un crowdodin CIGARETTES CAN BE SOLD Illinois Law Doesnt Prohibit It Says Supreme Court Springfield IIITbo supremo court Wednesday handed down an opinion declaring tho anticigarette law passed by the legislature this year dOM not apply to cigarettes which contain pure tobacco but only to those cigarettes which contain substances deleterious to health It holds that the legisla ture has tho right under the exercise of Us police power to pass an act prohibiting tho sale of cigarettes but that it cnnnot prohibit tho sale of cigarettes under the present act the title of which only provides for the regulation of tho sale of cigarettes The not of Juno 1907 prohibiting the sale of theater or amusement tick eta for prices greater than the amount printed on the faoe of tho tickets was declared invalid Tim supremo court also decided that Mayor flume of Chicago removed without authority five members of the school board appointed by Mayor Dunne MANY KILLED DY EXPLOSION Powder Magazine In Palermo Blows UpWhole Town Shaken Palermo A terrific explosion oc curred Thursday evening In the mill tary powder magazine whore a large quantity of dynamite was stored and was followed by a number of lessor ex ploslons the whole town being badly shaken and the people thrown into a panic Almost immediately flame shot high in th air and spread to the ruins of houses that had fallen adding greatly to the terror of thoso who were in the Immediate neighborhood of the disaster It is estimated that about 25 per sons were killed and a hundred others Injured Troops were ordered out to aid tho firemen In clearing away tho wreck and succoring the wounded Buck Hines Iehen Dead Alexandria 111 W 11 Hlnrich son familiarly known as Duck Hln rlchscn formerly treasurer and secretary of the stato of Illinois died at his home here Wednesday from paralysis after a long period of declining health Mr Hlnrlchsen was about 09 years of age and was secretary of state during the adminis tration of Gov Altgold Ho had been a conspicuous figure In Illinois poll tics for many years Lad Confesses to Jewelry Robbery Now York William White a 17 yearold lay Is the confessed thief according to the police of tho 32000 package of Jewelry stolen from the United States Express company Ho was arrested In Jersey City Tahiti Princess In Frisco San Francisco Princess Terri Po mare of the royal family of Tahiti daughter of Queen Marau and nlecoot Prince Aril P Salmon arrlvVd in this city Friday from Papeete on the Oreanlc lunar Mriposa kentucky Gleaa ngS JAll News SlidetParts of the JOHNSON AT CADIZ Adjutant tloderel Pursues Inveitlga tlon of Work of Night Riders Cadiz JyAdJt Oen Johnson uf Frankfort and Firo Marshal Mot Ayres were both hero investigating the worK of the night riders In this section On Johnson said that ho had nothing for publication now but would make his report to Gov Will son at the proper time He was high ly pleased with his visit hero and slated that he was accorded oven courtesy by the local authorities and citizens and he said it was evident that the local officials had dono everything in their power to bring to light the depredations Col Ayres said that tho report tram Hopklimvillo to the effect that be had authentic information that Mr Cook who was shot In the Hopkinsvillo roll was dead was without foundation as ho had no evidence whatever to that effect GREAT UNIVERSITY The Aim of Educational Interests In Kentucky Bowling Green Ky Members of the board of regents of the State A and M college the Eastern State Normal school and the Western State Normal school were In session bore The three Institutions have worked out a plan by which they will work as a unit for n harmonized school system properly articulated and reaching from tile public school to university All the educational Influence In the state will work for a unified educational system The three Institutions agreed upon needed legislation and will cause to be Introduced one bill representing the three Institutions It Is the plan not only to develop the normal schools ot the state and nil other educational Interests but to turn tho state and A and M college Into n great university Verdict Greeted ByApplause Falmouth KyTho examining trial of Mrs Mattle Gray who killed her brother inlaw William Gray nt her home near Greenwood on December 6 was hold hero before County Judge Fosaltt There were 20 or more wit nosaofl and tho greater portion of the day WM taken up with the trial When the evidence was all In the court promptly dismissed the defendant say- Ing that a case of justifiable homicide had been established The audience oxpreesed Its approval of the verdict by applause which was quickly suppressed Family Sues For 37000 Damages Frankfort Ky Alleging that they were compelled to ride from Lexington to Cincinnati in an unheated car on January 4 1907 and that therefrom they contracted severe colds and pneu monia four members of one family flied suits against the Cincinnati New Orleans C Texas Pacific Railway Color damages aggregating 37000 Her moan tt Logan sues for 12000 Sarah Logan for 10000 Mao Olive Logan for 10000 and Ethel Logan by her next friend Will T Logan for 6000 Pet Dogs Barred From Burial Frankfort KyA pet dog can not be buried in the Louisville cemetery and such burial of an animal In this cemetery is violation of charter rights of tho company which provides that the cemetery Is for burial of white persons only This is the decision of Judge Barker concurred in by other appellate Judges In the case of Hertla vs Rlddlo of Jefferson county Willson Appoints Bethurum Frankfort KyTho appointment or- B J Bethurum of Somerset as commonwealths attorney of the 28th district was announced by Gov Willson A hard fight had been made on Bethu rum by friends of Walter Flippin ol Wayne county who claimed that Pu laskl county was trying to hog nil tho good things Bethurum had strong backing however Kentucky Doctors Elect Walton ICyThe North Kentucky Medical association met here and elect ed these officers Dr B K Menefen Walton president Dr C W McCul loin Erlanger vice president and O E Senour Union secretary Nearly all the members were present I Bought Coat Lands BarboursVllle ly1ho Southern Coal and Coke Co recently organized with a capitalization of 30000 has purchased 5040 acres of coal lands In Knox county and will start develop menta at once A Victim of Locomotor Ataxia Lcxfngton Ky William 11 Knight widely known as a breeder of thor oughbreds and one of the wealthiest men In Jessamine county died at his homo In Nicholasvlllc the result oi locomotor ataxia Insurance Meeting Loulsvlllo KyA session of Insu once commissioners of the various states together with other Insurance I men was called to order hero by lion I ty R Prowltt state commissioner for Kentucky who sold the meeting would bo national In character Reward Offered For Night Riders Frankfort yAtler a conference with Adjt Gen Johnson Gov Willsoi offered rewards of 500 each for the arrest and conviction of the men enraged In the tobacco warehouse burnt lag at IlopkinsvilleAs BY NEW LAW It Is Proposed to Prevent Tax Dodging In Louisville LouUvllle Ky Steps were taken hero looking toward a law to bo peti Cloned from the next legislature limit ing tho tax exemption of the city of Louisville It was discovered by u committee of those Interested that out of a total valuation of 160200000 In the city there was a tax exemption of 7724 r8 This is on properties be I longing to any institution in any way connected with religions work and these are supposed to be non compotl live and nonproductive of revenue The committee discovered however that tho Kenyon building here owned by the M E church of Barboursvlllo though a competitor among office build ings Is not taxed and that a local business college recently incorporat ed with a board of trustees thus es caping tax though it clarges tuition and gains revcjue from It The record law whereby the real value of property may be disguised by valuing It at I and valuable consid oration will be attacked In the new bill as another form of taxdodging INJUNCTION ASKED Against Sale of Tobacco May Help the Situation Frankfort Ky Eadeavorlng to pre vent the sale of pooled tobacco the Franklin county board of control filed an injunction suit against Louis Spoon to prevent them from selling their 1907 TobaccoWarehouse Co both of Louisville from handling Spoons tobacco Tho crop owned by Spoon Is valued at only 125 but the growers hero regarded the suit the most Important one filed yet as the principle Involved is a large ono and will not only affect the Franklin county growers but every grower in the burley district as It will tie up every pound of pooled tobacco that line been shipped to Loulsvlllo for sale It Is believed that tho In junction If made permanent will go a long way toward settling the tobac co situation Race Track Wins Frankfort KyThe court of appeals affirmed the lower court in the case of J T Earlo mayor of Latonla vs Latonla Agricultural association The suit was brought in tbo nature ot n writ of proUlbltion against time police judge to prevent prosecutions for sale of liquor on the race track grounds The ordinance is held In valid bocfUW3 H In 01 a discriminating nature The leoirlon Is a victory for the association Mines to Be Closed Plnevllle KyCeaI mine operators of Southeastern Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia adjoining that Kentucky territory decided to close all mines In those sections for 20 days during which time no coal Is to be shipped from there save that promised rail roads for fuel No reason for the action Is given tho employes Crimean War Pensioner Newport KyAntono Reusch n veteran of tho Crimean war applied to County Clerk Betz to fill out and certify to papers In order that he may obtain a pension from the French for gallant services at Sebastopol Reusch who Is 76 years of age has been reo celvlng an annual pension from tho French government Paducahs Bid For Stock Paducnh KyPaducah merchants are arranging to guarantee insurance companies as to the safety of tobacco stored in Paducah No trouble has occurred west of the Tennessee river and there Is no danger ot a raid In this city The purpose of tho guarantee Is to Induce tobacco men to move all their stock to tho city One Killed In Boiler Explosion Rockport Ky Without a moments warning and with a report that was heard for miles a large sawmill belonging to Baize Bros exploded near Horse Branch almost Instantly kill- Ing one man and Injuring several oth ers The dead man was Oscar Balsa aged 20 years He was horribly man gled Big Mill Shut Down Newport KyThe Newport rolling mill closest down again It had been shut down a week ago but opened up hoping to keep going until the first ot the year Tho chances are now that the mill will not start ugaln until Jan nary 1 Shot Through the Lung Hnwesvllle KyIn a fight hero among Sheriff Thomas J Kelly Craw ford Mason and John Adklns tho latter was shot through the left lung by Kelly and will probably duo Kelly was bad ly beaten about the head and face Jones For Congress Burkcsvlllo Ky Former Judge W W Jones of Columbia Is being urged to become a candidate for the rep Hcan nomination for congress front tho 11th district It Is understood that he will be a candidate He Is a lawyer and an orator of atatowldo toputallon Wealthy Man Dies Milton KyShnd Barnes 72 died from grip followed by pneumonia Ho was worth about 75uOO ut survived2500 acres the land Idols by a widow and six children five boys1 and one daughter 1 5lcoeot oeot oso o6ooioio osofao eoeoeOtto- e East Kentucky Correspondence 1 News You Get Nowhere seIae eoneepod c Mess ngeM a hU by the wntn Tbltaume- I set t pbhaboe ht u u trUite N fttt Ultk Wrttt piAlRI7 0- oeoeoeoaoeoeooeooeoeooaoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo 1o Mountain Life as wo Mean to Make it Good Ilontln flood Home I Good Churrhet Good Schools BEREA CAPITAL OF THE MOUNTAINSJ WINTER TERM of Berea College Opens New Years Day With Chapel Exercises at 8 a m ESTILL COUNTY HArFY Tor f Happy Top Dec 1SWe are now having our first snow but It has come In time for Santa Glaus There were Logsdonsaccount of the bad weather Mrs1 wednOSday1llrs weekhisscousin Miss Tallths Logsdon this t week Jane Logsdon f planning to spend Christmas in IJamJltpp Qhjo nIJKJugMADISON COUNTY pnrFV Dreyfus Doc 20Mlss Pearl Young has gone to Jackson Breathltt County to visit her sister Mrs Lula DarnSj We have had a good Ing here It lasted about ten days and Brother William Buckles of Lee County conducted ItMr Let Klmberj lain left hero this week moving to Kingston to his vow home We are daughItershappiness in their new home Ours school closes today The little ones are expecting a good time saying i their pieces and eating candy Dr I movedlto WinklerofChristian church Mr Frank Jones and family have moved Into their new house Miss Dula Ruble has been vis iting her uncle Jason BIddle and tam ily of White Hall for several days re turning home last Saturday Miss MI na Jones Is some better at present We hopo she will keep on Improving Mr Jim Riddle visited relatives at this place lost Sunday Jim Harris and family have been visiting Mr George Hurd and family the past weel RtCKGASTLC COUNTY JIOONK Boone Dec 16 Regular services wero held at Falrvlew church Saturday and Sunday They wero conducted by the Rev D S Phelpa The infant child of Mr and Mrs Geo Lamb died last Tuesday night It was burled late Wednesday evening The family have the sympathy of the entire com munity Tho Rev C S Wilson will be pastor at the Falrvlew church this coming year Rev D S Phelps was tbo guest of Mr and Mrs T S Wren Sunday night Mr and Mrs James Lambert were the guests of Mr and Mrs Wesley Lambert Sunday Joe Levitt is on the sick list this week Mr Jas Lambert and Mr T S Wren wore in Berea Saturday night The family of Joe Levitt moved last week I to a farm belonging to Jas Lambert Miss Wathe Poynter will go to Berea soon to enter school theroW M Smith was In Berea one day last week on business Mrs Jessie Wren visited Mrs Joe Levitt one day last week Marlon Smith was hero on business one day last weekA nice baby boy arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs W M Rich Wednesday the llth Public school at this place closed FrI day the 13th Miss Tallinn Coylo vis ited Miss Lldda and Slnda Levitt Sunday night CLIMAXIClimax Dec were field at Brush Creek Saturday and SundayD D Baker who was working at Ward went home Saturday on a short visit Mr Ned Parker has left his home near tho old state road i ii- rs knOWs1and his whereabouts nobody Mrs Minnie Anglin visited Mr and Mrs J M Rector Saturday and Sun dayMrs L Henry attended the church at Brush Creek Saturday and Sunday Elijah Abner of Foxtown visited his daughter Mrs Manda Rec tor of Johnette some days agoJ Hand I I Rector attended court at Mt Vernon Monday Isaac Rector has gone Into the picture businesst nocKFonu I Rockford Dec 16C L Thomas and wife aro moving on the J W Todd formC Holmans children are down with measles The school closed at Walnut Grove Friday M D Me BelreaJafter selling a part of themBorn to Mr and Mrs Wm Rich Dee 13th a ten pound boyMrs Estella O Payne was at Rockford Friday eve MS3 Reccle It Todd visited Mrs Mae Bujlen Saturday and Sunday REATHITT CoUNTYJ Athol Dec OThe farmers place have very nearly finished gathering cornVe are having some bad weather accompanied by lots of sick nessMr William Strong Is having a fine lot of plowing done Jesse Barnett of Tallega died of consump tion a few days ago Ho had been sick abou two rsthere are sev I eral scholars of this vicinity getting ready to enter school at Derea this winter W M Bowmans school WillI be out today He has been having a fine attendance Henry Bowman who has been In the army for tho past five years will get home In time to spend Christmas CLAY COUNTY imiOIITSUADI I Brlghtshade Dec 12Riley Boggs was hero Monday seeing prospective Derea students J W Jewell has quit his school and has a position as clerk for Flat Lick Stave CoMrs A C Day left Sunday for the Bluegrass region Mr Day will follow at the end of the year and they will make their home In central KentuckyJohn T Mills and others arrived home Tues day from Georgetown where they bad been summoned In the Powers trial LloydSmlth and Miss Ida Mills were married recently Tho stave milt has not been running during the past two weeks Oliver Wagers Is putting a new root on his dwelling Martin Ma eon Is grading staves this week JACKSON COUNTY nunirY Hurley Dec 21 We are having much snow and cold weather hero at this writing The Infant child of Mr and Mrs W M Gabbard has been tlvVa sick for ceveral days Mrs Alabama Hellard and son George of Savoy Illinois aro visiting friends and relatives near Hurley Everybody nndlsonthe singing Thursday night Every body come out and bring song books Mr Hellarda school will close in about a week Mr Hellard has taught a good school at this place and has had goal attendanceDrad ley Gabbard of Hurley and Lena Lake from near Ftelgreen wero hap plly married Thursday at the home of the brides parents The young couple haw the best wishes of their many friends TYNEH I Tyner D v 31 Christmas Is almost hero Everybody here Is expecting a flue time Mla Maggie Good man entertained a very largo crowd last Sunday and all reported a good time and a nice dinner Mrs W N Goodman visited Mrs Bob Reynolds Sunday Mr and Mrs John Short of Maulden naeeed thru this placo Friday on their way to Shelbyvlllo wher I I they are going to spend ChrlstmasI Mr and Mrs John Moore are going to give the young people a social Satur 1 4 day night and all expect to have aI good tlmoM F Goodman vlslttd relatives at Wolchburg Friday night KlUtllY KNOll Korby Knob Doe 15The novo D V Clomans filled his regular appoint went at this place Saturday and Sun day Somo of our farmers aro not thru gathering corn yet There Is not much hauling being done on account of bad roads Tho little child of Mr and Mrs Armon Neely has been seri ously III for the past weokMr Clark Powell is just recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia Mr and Mrs- Tom Click have rented and moved t the Garrett place belonging to James Click The school at this placo will give an entertainment on Christmas eve and tho Sunday school wjll have a Christmas tree Christmas day Mary Kerby and Martha Jonoo accom panied their teacher Mr Drue to his home Friday evening to stay until Sunday M1LDUED Mildred Dec 13Very cool weath er nowW K Jones has dismissed his school to gather his cornllr Harvey Moore has completed his new shop and Is ready for business Mr Preston Dunlgan is very ill James Towles has moved to the John Miller property We are glad to have Mr j Towles as a neighbor Thos Morris of Olin was tho guest of his mother I Mrs Jane Morris Friday Jos Dun Igan is working for W K Jones this weekMr John Frye is working for the Steel stave firm this winter Mr James Neely passed thru here Thurs day enroute to East Bcrnstadt after goods for W It Engle The wedding I bells are ringing near here Mrs1 Mary Bcgley was visiting at Mrs Jane Morris ThursdayWe are glad to hear of the recovery of Miss Sudle Welch T Thumper Is very Ill- LYEJtOfXEN Evergreen Dec 14Jacob Lake hadI 14anda flying trip to Gray Hawk SaturdayI oJ W Jones and Joblo become partners In the stave SoMcGuire is holding n protracted meeting at Bethel this week Born to D Drew and wife a tine girl Monday wtdneslldaMIgot burned Wednesday The Cause Is unknown DATilIDatha Dec 13We ore having LlzzlelTeagueat the brides home Tuesday the Rev W H Langdon officiating Ola Cau dell the little 3 year old daughter otIMr and Mrs Oliver Caudell did of beIrcaand Mrs Ketohum entertained a number of friends Sunday Those present were Mr and Mrs Joseph House Misses Lucy Mattie Nancy and Maggio House Messrs Wily Morris and Stephen House and Miss Rosa Garland All report a nice time Miss Lucy Proffltt Messrs NeutI Whltls Dan and Alex Proffltt were the guests of B F Garland from Friday till Sunday Mr Willie Dowling Is attending the funeral of his sister Mrs Dalton who died esterdayI Mrs Chas Robinson of Sexton Creek died last week Her remains were Intoned at Bethany ceraeteryrThere will be a Christmas tree at High InIgramrelatives and friends at Whltesburg KyMrs John Hare was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs David Hozle wood SundayMr Sam Baldwin has a tine opossum dog Ho caught five possums last week Born to the wife of Charlie Baldwin n fine boy Elbert Teague Is on the sick listA crowd of the young folks of Datha attended church at Pleasant Grove SundayLOCUST IinAMGII 1 Locust Branch Dec 10 Married on the 12th Inst Mr Willie Gentry to Miss Battle B Richardson at the brides home Esq Bcnge officiating After the ceremony a nice dinner was served All Join In wishing the happy couple success A party of young peo pIe enjoyed a social gathering at Mr Joe Barkers last Saturday night In honor of Mr Barkers slater Flor enceVe have been having some more hogkilling weather This means lots of work for the housewife Unless she is an adventlst They use cooking oil and dont havo to render lard We have a few people at this place who hold this faith Tho quail hero aro living bard now as Mr Kellogg of Richmond together with his clerks are having sport after them They were fortunate enough to get about seventy blrdsMr Elias Barker has moved Into the property of H O Blcknells which was recently vacated by Mr Barkers mother Mr Clark Johnston and Willie French who left hero last February for Illinois have returned homo to spend the winter Hon 0 M Rawllngs on returning frtm Panoa Monday Dee 9 toll from a wagbn on which he was riding and had his left elbow dislocat ed and his right ankle badly bruised DOUIILKLIOK Double Lick D6e 1Glr F G Jones of this place has sold his farm and moved to East Borustndt He will be missed by all as ho was a good citizen Wo wish him good luck In his now homo Mr Henry Cook bought out F C Jones and has gone to selling goods Crow tie hauling Is about to stop on account cf the bodas been sick for some time Is nj better- I A2WVILIK Annvllle Dec 16 Marlon Holcomb and family visited his brother near London last week Owing to tho ill ness of the Rev Anderson Cornelius Mr Abel Gabbard tilled his regular appointment last Saturday We hope Bro Cornelius will soon regain his health Tho Rev Robert Murr preached to a largo and attentive aud ience Sunday Brother Gabbard way called away from church Saturday on Homo pastoral duty Miss Jessie Rad ier was married to Mr Frank King last Saturday by the Rev Pearl Hacker at the homo of the bride We hope the young couplo a long and prosperous llffTppb Johnson went to bUIlllCSSItrlpMr county last week visiting relatives Whooping cough Is common In this community at present Mr Sinus Bales of Montana and Miss Jane Combs ot near hone were married last Tuesday at the brides home We wish the contracting parties much success and happiness Mrs Alice Davidson Is very alckAll the drummers of this part are taking a much needed restMr and Mrs Green Jones I passed thru hero last Friday to see I their daughter Mrs Alex Neuman near East Bernstadt who Is danger ously sick IGOOD HOPE FOR POWERS Strengthens His Case Evidence Tends to Incriminate Youtsey The week In tho Twois COM has boon glvon up to witness to prove Powers fctbrr and a few to disprove YouUttys There has been oonsldwabl evidence to show that Youtsey told different stories outside from those ho has told on the witness stand Also It baa been shown that bs made threats I against Goebel and said that If no ono else oould be round to kill him he would do It himself In almost ertry bit of evidence given there has been hopo for Powers The testimony given has gone a long way I towards exonerating the prisoner andI prlnelIIIIThe story gun suppoe have done the killing has been fully told and Is about what Tho Cltl Izen outlined a week ago Albert Hoi1 ton from whom Grant L Roberts the owner of Ute rifle said he got It last winter testified that he went Into the state house after the shooting and saw a number of men trying to break down tho door of an office Ono of them he says gave him the rifle He was un able to find tho owner and so took JaItorstool bullets Ho was not sure who gave him tho rifle but had been told that It was Youtsey There was no exploded shell In the gun when ho got It Another piece of strong testimony against Youtsoy was that of Reuben R Mlllor who said that ho saw Yout sey open a window and point a rifle out of It and squat beside It for some time When asked what was up ho an swered It Is on and nothing more I It was expected that Jim Howard would take the stand on Tuesday or Wednesday of this week The defence Is no well satisfied with tho way things aro going that It has announc ed that It will not need lotI the wit nesses It has summoned and many of them havo gone home Both the pris onor and tho Jury are In such a hur ry to get tho trial over that they pet1 Itioncd the judge to hold court on Christmas day and thin will be done Thero seems to have been an at tempt by somo of the newspaper men In Georgetown to spread misleading stories about tho trial and ono of them was fined 20 last week He had twisted things In favor of Powers and when called to tho stand admitted that ho had no basis for hU story It is too bad that things like this should happen All that can or should be asked for Powers la a fair trIal which he has not had yet and no matter how untruthful reports havo been published about him It will not help In any way but will do tho greatest harm to tell lies that will make things seem better for him It is always a mighty good plan to let the other side do tho lyIngthey are sure to get caught sooner or later I TOBACCO PEACE NEAR Gov Willson Scores a Victory In Con ference Trust May Buy From Pool Gov WHUon has scored his first groat vletory In bringing together the tobacco grocers and the trust Tho meeting which ho called In Frankfurt lato last week resulted In a better un dorstaudlug and may lead to an end of the troubles As a result tf It tho tobacco buyers agreed to go to Winchester and look at the pooled to basso with a view to buying and In few weeks 0000000 of the trusts money may be on its Way to Kentucky farmers Ono of tho features of the meotliii was a wild speech by Judgo ORear In which he said that the sending of droops to Hopklnsvlllo was uncalled for and defended the lawlessness and Oovysoon lessly rebuked the judge and announced again that ovary thing he orderlInconference wcro from the section around Hopklnsvllle and It Is feared that at that point there will still be a great deal of trouble unless the Cloy ernor gives protection as he doubtless will do- One t outside complication has been brought Into tho case by tho fact that the Italian government which controls the sale ot tobacco In its territories had about 12000 worth ot tobacco burned at Hopklnsvllle Italy has de manded of this government Indemnity for the burned tobacco and Secretary Root has written to GOY Willson demanding that the property of the Ital tan government resolve protection IN OUR OWN STATE Whiskey Men Ready for Model License Law Deputy Sheriff Catches One Man While Keeping Another The Court of Appeals hat decided in the case of the Eastern Kentuiky Coal Lands Corporation against the Commonwealth from Pike Floyd Knot and Letcher counties In favor of landILands Corporation claimed all lands In the tour counties not adversely held by the toUghtlout victory for the laud owners of East ern Kentuaky This Is regarded as tho most Impor taut decision handed down by tho asIitsores of timber lands In Eastern Ken tuckyTho whiskey mn of this state are showing their fear ot the temperance movement by working for a model 11 cease law This proves the good that tho work has done oven In the places whore local option has not been voted ithe saloon keepers thero are so seared that they are willing to prom ise to bo good Tho proposed law would be a greet Improvement on any that the state has over had It would provide that when a saloon keeper Is convicted of any violation of tho liquor laws ho shall forfeit his llosnsc and that so long as ho hoops tho law ho can renew his license at will This would result In a groat Improvement In the conduct of saloons and some of tho temperance poopla fear that tho change would bo so groat that it would bo Impossible to pose any more temperance legislation Senator McCroary has introduced a bill In Congress for the yearly appro- prIation of 600000 for use In teaching agriculture manual training and do mestic science In tho normal schools of the states Bsroa Is already far ahead as oho has been teaching those things for years and pupils who come hero do not havo to wait for Congress to act before they can get a good school Wllleon has appointed B J IIGov ot Somerset to succeed J N Sharpe who resigned an Common wealths attorney there Deputy Sheriff Gcaldor Johncon of Hlckman made a doublo trroet last week capturing one man who said ho could never be taken alive Johnson had arrested n vagrant and was marching him Into town when he met Frank Forrlngton an alleged bootleg ger Forrlngton had threatened to kill Johnson on sight but was covered before ho could draw his platol and meekly Into town IAn ad in Tho Citizen reaches over five thousand people It you take an inch ad thats over three hundred for a cent See if you can beat it in any other way of telling what you want the people to know m GOVERNOR DOING WELL Continued from Pint tlt1 ho has given tho people of the district affected a chance to express their opin ions The Presidents announcement thatI ho would not run again has brought the presidential raco In the Republican party to a most interesting poliit Secretary Tarts return to this country baa helped fan the interest and tho first steps In the fight aro being taken or erywherc There Is a great effort be ing made with millions of money to help to prevent any man who has the presidents good will from getting tho nomination as The Citizen said rev torn I weeks ano that thoio would lw I Ono of tho moans takon as The ti Un predicted has been to accuse Iloosovolt of causing tho panic A book written by some ono unknown and entitled Tho Roosevelt Panic Is being widely sent around the country It lies been advertised In the newspapers at a cost of over 1250000 and is bringing in no money to its publishers There Is no question that It is an attempt to deceive the people as to the cauao ot the troubles The Citizen hoi not room at present to tell all that U wrong with the book but there Is hard ly anything right The President Is blamed for things he did not dor things he did do are twisted to took wrong and there are a good many plain lies la It Some of it U ot course trueIt would be foolish to trv to make a man believe things lH KNOWS aro not so but mostly It U as misleading a thing as could be made by men with millions to put into It In spite of this Secretary Taft the Presidents choice has gained strength a great deal since he got home last Friday Just how this has happened has not always been clear but he Is much farther ahead than he was s week ago This Is partly due to the fast that Gov Hughes of New York got a bad set back A meeting of the state committee was hold at which his friends announced they were going to ham a vote endorsing him But when the committee met the motion for such a vote was put over tilt the next meeting which will be In about a month It may win then but even If It does ho will have been put be hind just that far Mr IiugheeIs unfortunate In that the men who are supporting him aro the very ones that the people moat fear the trust officials who have been the cause of the present panic and Odoll a former Republican boss of New York state who was thrown out ot his place because of charges of corruption This and the fact that there Is so much money to be used against the President has hurt his boom a great deal Congress has adjourned over the holidays It has finished Us organ sation and will be ready for work when It meets asaln The appointments to tho committees which control leg station are such as to Indicate that there are not likely to bo any Impor tan laws passed this winter The Brownlow faction of tho Tenn essee Republicans Is preparing to or ganlzo a State Taft club and exports to send a solid Taft delegation to the Chicago convention Running a good ad Is like getting hundreds of people to look In at your store windows IFARI FOR SALE 31 acres on the Richmond Pike 2ft miles from Berea all cleared lays well no buildings at 3750 an acre Apply ta- W C LEWIS Kingston Ky I HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts a general banking business We Invite you specially Co place at least a portion of your account with us whether large or small oJI 10 10 Jl Js HYDEN KY FREE Celuloid Plates Repaired Free DR HOBSON DENTIST Richmond Ky 1 I ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster KyJ J