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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o 1HES I DENT 5 OFF I CE I3EHEA KY X Y i 1 o IEREA pUsusiINs 00 Itfsaresttrr1 STULIY neST Maagar o 0Rn4rtdd1M 1lauwawatltrl- yuurndoooooooee Vol IX Five cents a copy NEWS OF THE WEEK Trouble In Navy Department Big Plot in nuitaU 3 to Protect Foreigners The long standing difference tween tho general government tho states over tho tact that tho government cannot do anything to compel tho proper protection of foreigners will soon bo settled Tho government has been getting many complaints that tho foreigners who have been en ticed Into tho southern states In tho hopo that they would furnish chew labor have been abused and that courts which are In tho habit of dis criminating against tho nocrocs do the samo thing In tho case of the foreign ers so that they can be robbed wit safety Tho foreigners complain to thor homo governments and they In return complain to the United States I 1 which has boon unablo to do anything Now It Is planned to havo tho law tested so that the state courts which do not give equal protection to all canto punished and tho states made to say for any damages done President Ilooscvclt has accepted wartime photograph of kits mothers brother who was navigating officer of tho Confederate battleship Alabama during tho Civil WarIA year of revival in Kansas Is planned by fifteen denominations who will push the campaign Into every county In the state Georgia began to live under Its new prohibition law on New Yenta Day Gov fluke Smith announced that he would enforce the law to the letter and it seems likely that the stato will really bo dry Mrs Molllo Desmond of New York who tried to commit suicide eighteen months ago by swallowing a pack ago of 144 needles died Tuesday af ter physicians had mado twentyfive surgical operations upon her and had removed all but a dozen of the needles There has been n little troublo In the Navy Department over the quos lion of whether naval or medical offic era shall command hospital ships and Rear Admiral Ilrownson tbo head of one of tho bureaus of Navigation has resigned In a huff because he has been overruled There seems to have lien no Importance In tho question end it Is tot very creditable that tho quarrel should ever havo made so much row As It Is the question will be taken before Congress and a lot of time that ought to be spent on some thing more profitable will probably be waited on It There seems to bo no hope that tbo parcels post law will bo passed by Congress this year Tho express com panies which would lose their chance to charge exorbitant rates for mall service if It should pass havo made a lot of small store keepers believe that it would hurt their business and these men bale got their Congressmen to promise to kill tho bill Tho American battleship fleet which spent Christmas at PortofSpaln in Trinidad has started for Para Brazil on the second stage of its long trip Everything is going well Tho danger of trouble between this taintry and Japan has been put archer away by tho promlso of the latter country to do what It can to stop the sailing of the large number of Japanese whose coming to this country has led to tho starting of the agitation In tho West Slow progress has been made In getting out the bodies of the victims of the Darr Mine explosion and it has finally been admitted that there Is no hope for a single one of the men who wore In tho mine The Presidents right to discharge e tins three companies of colored sol diers who took part in the rioting in Brownsville Tex will be decided by the courts One of the soldiers who was discharged has brought a case claiming that the President had aright o to rut him out The troubles in Russia where mil lions of people have been ruled and oppressed by a few men and women who have stool around the Car have come to the front again through the discovery of a plot to kill several of the Grand Dukerf who are cousins and uncles of the supreme ruler These relatives of the Czar have ruled him and misgoverned the peo pIe In all the bad ways ono can think eI but there ta little hope that there will bealtybetter government even If teeyart all killed as there Ore plenty ef ether teopto ready to take their 1 J c j 0- i J- s U q T4 I THE CITIZEN j Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 2 1008 POWERS JURY HUNG No Verdict Reached After Six Hours Prosecution May be Dropped The Powers Jury will probably lo easedwas morning and at three no docl lon hud bona reached The Citizen which de layed publication to get the result decided that this made It BO certain that It would not pay to wait longer and make all the papers Into It Is thought likely that In cue no vet willybo dropped Tho argument began Monday morn Ins and lasted till lato Wednesday chargohto tho line of tho testimony given and there wore no surprises sprung Tho defense was closed on Friday morning and tho rebuttal testimony on both sides which was of little Im portance was all put In that day Towers lawyers were BO sure they bad mado a good case for him that they Jurya yore refuted Tho last of tho defense testimony was Important as showing tho unroll ability of two of tho prosecutions witnesses Mr Walker tho stenograph cr who took tho records of former trials testified that Robert Noakcs had told different stories at them and W It Jewell tho lawyer who took tho deposition Noakos has re pudlated said that Jfoakes made It without any Inducement nnd refused to sign It because ho would not pay himWalter Day who was also put on tho stand testified that Taylor refuse to listen to tho repeating of a con versation Day had with Youtscy which Youtsey offered to settle th contest for 300 Jim Howard the same story lie has told on former occasions said that ho did not know either Taylor or Powers till after the shooting that ho had gone to Frank fort to get a pardon from Taylor for another shooting and was In the Board of Trade Hotel at tho tlmo the shoot ing was dons WORK FOR TEMPERANCE Convention In Richmond Plans to Influence Legislators Resolutions Adapted Tho temperance convention which mt In Richmond last Saturday at tho suggestion of the Antl Saloon League was most enthusiastic and successful and was well attended Judge Grant Llllcy was elected chairman and May or Woods of Richmond Secretary and a committee was appointed to draw up a memorial to the legislature Copt lea of this memorial will be scattered thruout tho county and all who are Interested In temperance work will beJ asked tc sendIellers or pal telegrams to the members of tho legislature and the congressman urging atoa In acI cordanco with It A Central Commit tee IInda Finance Committee WoreI appointed with Judgo Llllcy chairman of both after which the convention adjourned Those who attended from Berca wero DrA E Thomson Vt II Porter T A Edwards C F RuI mold Howard Hudson W A Todd W C Gamble nnd U S Wyatt Too memorial adopted was as fol lows WHEREAS Every reason which has at any time existed for temper ance legislation stilt exists and is a reason for Increasing such legisla lion since the character homes and live of the people are worth everytthing and the saloon has not gle argument in Its favor and ar1gumentn e and WHEREASTho legislative mess I urea already adopted In this state against the saloon must have bees of Incalculable value in every way there fore RB8OLVED L That we call upon our represen tatives in the State Legislature t enact effective laws along the feUowI ing lines 1 Let the County Unit Law be so amended as to relieve it of all re strlctlons from the site of the cities Included thus giving tne people of er cry county he right to deeido on the question of saloons la their mllltI providing that in web elections Jall C1raMosa Ihii faptf 1 t t UG Icn JWORK FOR THE FUTURE 1 IThis is the time of year that shows the differ ence between the man that is going to get poorer and the man that is going to get richer Any of us can tell it about the other fellow but which ofus can tell it about ourselves The man that is going to get richer is the one that lives up to the old saying a stitch in time saves nine He knows also that money is only a kindof cannedworkthat every dollar means so muchwork done and will buy so much other work He gets to workearly so that his work will count and that the dollar he cans now will be earning more money for him all the rest of his life And now after the crops arc all in and the really necessary work is done is the time when aJellow has a chance to lay up a little for the future Some of us are spendingour time around a fire sbmewhere but some doingthingsthey are done in time Here arc some of the places where a little work now will save a lotor will bring in a lot of money later If you stop the cracks around your doors and win dows and under yourfloor so as to make the house tight you will need less wood to keep the house warm and less food to keep you warm all winter long If you wakeyour barn snug and warm your horses andmules will keep in better condition with less food and your hogs will get fatter on less corn If you gel in all your winter wood now you wontIhave it to do when the roads are so bad you cant haulIhalf d load and so you will save a lot of time If you prrl afew shovels of dirt in the wudhole near your house the winter rains wont wash it out and makeIa wagon breaker and besides you will be able to haulImore things over that road at one loadIIf you see that the youngsters gel warm clothes on in time they wont get sick of pneumonia fever If you have them vaccinated they wont take the poxAnd in a lot of other waysI laternbeenforehandedhave better horses stock and hogs a healthier bet ter dressed family more money in the bank anti more time to start his crops right and hell have more time to read his Citizen and other things that will help so hell be a better as well as a richer man Thats why we tell you that you can tell which way a man is going by the way he is acting now And thats why it will pay every one to spend a little time watching himself IN OUR OWN STATE Christmas a Quiet OneEducators In Session Production of Staves Christmas In Kentucky was ono of the most peaceful on record and yet there were several men killed and others wounded One of the killings was at Doones Gap whom Charles King shot and killed Doglo Young The cause of the difference between thin Christmas and others Is the thero is less whiskey now but there is still too much and what there is accounts for its full share of death and misery It is to bo hoped that there will soon bo laws which will make it possible for any community t wants to really to keep out the stuff The meeting of tho Southern Educational Association at Lexington last week was ono of the most important over hold The discussion brought out against the fact that the South is rich In all kinds of natural resour ces butack of education and knowledge has kept it from getting the most out of these things It is hoped that he meeting will help arouse more in erest in education by showing tho people that the educated man is tho aheadI by has sec of tight barrel staves in 1906 Sho had first placo in 1905 but Arkansas has that honor now with 67551000 staves val ued at 2051425 Kentucky produced 61123000 staves valued at 2236271 It will be seen that while Arkansas leads slightly in 1oa quality Indiana produced 766000 staves last year Valued at 17220 Louisville has decided to raise the price of licenses for saloons there to 500 a year A gift of 70000 to the Bible School of Kentucky University has been an nounced by John and BenJ Thlmes wealthy planters of Shelby County The editors of papers from aft ovar u c IJ p I Kentucky held a meeting in Louis yule last week at which things con corning the press wero discussed Tho chief matter that camo up was the i question of raising tho prlco of weeks papers from 100 to 125 or 160 Tho price of paper has gone up so much lately and is likely to go up oo much more that tho time is sure to come when this will havo to be done Tho Citizen has felt tho needI of money as much as tho other papers but will put oft raising its prlco as long as it can becauso It is run for the benefit of Its subscribers nndI does not want to make them pay anymore than It has to The subscribers themselves can help a good deal it Ccitlurd sixth raja MEN KILL EACH OTHER Joe Davidson Chief of Police ofI Beattyville and Robert Evans a icier chant shot and killed each other Tuesday night They had borne nI grudge for yearsIDavidson had been drinking heavily for some darsITho only witness to tho tragedy waaI Carter Stamper who was In Evans store at the time of the shooting and who says that Davidson entered the store and said to Evans Are you myI friends rIEvans replied Joe you know I have nothing against you and tried to persuade him to go home as he wanted to closo his store that his llttl boy was waiting for him out in the streetDavidson replied I would rather drink my enemies blood than to hurt my friends feelings Evans said I must go and placed his hand in kits front pocket preen ably after the store key when David son said Take your hand out of your pocket Evans said Joe I dont want to bother with you1 Then Davidson pulled his 46 ca116 revolver and shot Evans in the hea scattering his brains on the floor and as unreasonable as It may seam Evan pulled his revolver fired two shots Into Davidson one in the head and theother in the beamx e t CONTENTED CROWDS Mark Opening of Bereas Winter Term More Than Ever Before on Hand To begin a school term on New Years Day is rather an unusual thing It could only be undertaken by a strong Institution whose students are thoroughly In earnest Berca has done It with entire suc cess In fact nearly five hundred stu dents actually registered and paid their dues tho day before tho term began To bo exact 482 The handling of the great throngs of young people has been something greatlYIhelped tle crowding or waiting and yet ov cry ctudent has had careful attention and each ono has been located In his proper room and class Tho students religious societies have been active In helping new students find their way and get acquainted The arrangement for students board and rooms are especially good this term the Boarding Hall having started a fourth Dining Room so that all may be accommodated The great steam cookers make it possible to furnish excellent food at a surprisingly small expense The great Jam Social on Tues day night was a brilliant affair and made the very newest studenjt feel that ho was among friends College Prayers on Wednesday morn- Ing at 8 oclock wero the first exercises Worship was conducted by Gen L V Dodgo and after greetings and announcements by the President and singing of the hymn Joy to the World the students separated to find the heads of their several depart ments I Every department seems lo share In the forward movement I There Is much satisfaction in the I Normal Department where tho appointment of Prof Mannlx and Tutor Bowman who comes from important enablolthoTeaching In immediate charge of Miss Bowersox and Miss Boatwrlght will be something absolutely unequal ed while Prof Lewis work in Science Miss Schumakcrs in History and I aliIImmenselyThe Collegiate Department offers a I most attractive list of classes for the coming term among which tho work in English and Expression by Prof Ralno is most marked as something not to be found elsewhere Miss Rob insons work In Mathematics has been greatly enjoyed while tho Chemistry and Physics as well as the Latin has been spoken of with enthusiasm The Academy has never before been so well attended Tho long course pre paring for College Is so well patron ized that most of the classes have to- eb divided and tho new twoyear course Is being better appreciated Special classes in Commercial Branch es Bricklaying Cooking Farm Man I I agement and Telegraphy are well fill edThe College carriages are meeting all trains and enterprising students are coming in long distances in wagons on horseback and on trot The only accurate way of measuring the actual number here la by counting those who had settled at the Treasurers Office On Wednesday night 686 had settled being 39 more than had done so at the close of the first day ayear ago- Whllo the number who are prompt In coming is thus larger than many have engaged rooms but are detained by various cause Large arrivals are expected on Monday and every effort is being made to welcome and provide for all late comets On the bulletin board of a large brokerage house in Now York on the folmlowing notice was posted and it attracted a great deal of attention Five thousand years ago Moses came down from the mount and brought wiltdTwo thousand years ago the same advice was preached to mankind Today Pres Roosevelt te giving the SUM advise awan Iltreet thinks it U sawsjamt trM+1 tr U ew oMotOowarel e e uaea 1 t I The Citizen is Srtwlnf Rapo Idly Let Yevr Ieslaess Keep Pace With It if Arfvar 0I0IOne Dollar a year No 29 h 1 MONEYTALKS 1 K Three Ways to Put Money inYa Rank There are three ways of depositing + money in a hank First there Is the regular checking account which most people use and which all people ought y to use The second way of depositing money in a bank is to make a time dePo- sIt k i If you havo a sum of money say twentyfive dollars which you will not need for six months the bank will be glad to give you its note and pay you four per cent interest for the use of tho money The third way of depositing mon ey Ina bank is to open a savings actcount This Is for people who want to get ahead In the world The bank will receive any deposit no matter how small and will pay you four per cent interest on It from the day you put it in until tho day you draw it out Every one ought to havo money in the bank Whether you have a savings account or make a time depos it or open a checking account you ought to have money in the bank too We ask you to como In and let us tell you more about our business and tho many ways in which wo can helpIyou to get ahead in the world Berea Bank A Trust Co PANIC OVER AT LAST r xi Good Evidence That Times Will Be Much Better Rich Still Saving Money S iieemshero la now little danger that there will bo any extension of the panic Sixty days have passed since tho last panic and that brings us to the tlmo When the banks cannot fall back on the sixty day limit any longer All the banks In tho country seem to have been well prepared and they have so far passed thru without any serious failures There has not been any great demand for tho money by tho depositors also which Indicates a return of the confidence which makes business good There have been several good cymp toms shown In tho past week Sev eral big railroads havo declared their usual dividends Also it has been an nounced that 40000 men in tho Pittsiburg coal district who were laid off last fall will be put back to work on Jan 6 The reports to the U SCompI troller of the Currency show thatItho Kentucky National banks are la better condition than four months ago it and likely to be able to meet any demands The same condition is shown in New York In spite of the fin ancial troubles the last quarter of 1907 was a record breaker for In ldustrial development in Texas leads in the eatabllahmedthlof now industries and Kentucky ranics ninth with 3371 There are still hold over symptoms of a panic however One has been tho discharge of thousands of laborers la tho southwest where railroad build- Ing has almost stopped Another has been the fact that the United He brew Charities of New York one of the largest charitable organizations on earth has had to stop operationsLbecause of a lack of funds Altogeth er however things now seem more hopeful than they have for some 9 time Altbo 1907 will go down In history as a panic year the closo finds con ditions better than they were at the opening In spite of the great stress and strain to which the financial In i stitutions were subjected The out look seems to be good for the new year rIt is notable however that the ef 7 fect of the panic has not worn oft by G r a good deal and that the very rich people everywhere are doing all they can to save money The sale of auto mobiles which has been a great source of extravagance for years has almost stopped and the candy storY In many of the big cities are closing IJi In other ways rich people are stop ping all unnecessary expenditures t p Pif THINIS TO THINK OF f Not wlatweglve but what we share jFor the gift without the giver s bare r ql Who gives himself with hiss slats I teeds three l f 11 jIJ 1It v 1 1 U r I 1 0 3I4h 4Jmr- I ctRTWZA2ffA72Y JBSEY- I PVT dp12AAr2E7tYCCt1 1ZIQNYJ CHAPTER XX Continued I looked up speechless Robinson Locko met my startled glance with 0001 contempt That you saved my lifer repeated Helena in wonder Have i robbed my gallant country man of your gratitude Miss Brett he demanded carelessly Then It was you who rushed down the stairway I stammered my face hot with shame Yes sir ho said sternly It was L It is not a pleasant duty to expose the cowardice of an acquaintance Miss Brett I could have forgiven him his terror But that ho should mas- Querade as a hero while I was vainly attempting to pursue the blackguard who tried to murder youthat is a little too much I confronted him my hands clench ed In my rage But I did not speak A defense was Impossible I stared at him In silence- I am afraid he sneered that you are rather fond of wearing the lions skin I believe 1 had an appointment with you this morning at ton oclock With me I cried hotly No Then you did not receive the note placed on your pillow last night Ah 0 you did receive It after all Sir Mortimer I beg your pardon Mr HaddonI from him I looked at Helena Our eyes met I did not say tno word i did not beseech even by a lodk I had asked her to trust me tut I had not looked for a situation tike this Her eyes fell before mine lend they had told mo nothing I shall leave you to your Interview with Mr Locke she said quietly CHAPTER XXI I Am Trusted Until Midnight Now Haddon what Is the game Locke had seated himself Ho had selected with care t cigar from his case which ho did not offer to me and was regarding me with the brutal amusement of one who has come across a snake sunning in the white road and who heads off Its desperate attempt to escape with a walking stick I was silent I refused to be cate chised like a schoolboy Had I met Locke his mind sUll unprejudiced against me I should gladly have told him everything even at the risk of making myself ridiculous in his eyes But his mind was so evidently made up regarding me his interference had been so fatally ill timed that I could not bring myself to the humlllaUng position of one who beseeches of one who explains only to be doubted after allThe episode In the porters lodge was oven now far from clear I have already said that I knew that Helenas escape was not duo to any heroism of mineDr Starva had concealed himself behind the glass partition of the porters lodge in tho landing Unobserved I had stood flat against tho wall watch Ing him I had seen Helena coming up the stairs I had seen Dr Starva level his revolver at her I had heard the crash of and the repdrt of a revolver bidI supposed that Starva had fired rind missed Now It appeared that Lockes shot bad shattered the glass of the lodge while Starva had not fired afall But Why Locke should have been in the stairway why he should have been concealed there was not so clear Certainly I hid no intention of humil iating myself further by asking for an explanationCome Im waiting he cried sharply You are waitingfor what I demanded with an assurance I did not feel I wag playing for time Should I or should I not try to make all clear to Locko That was the ques thin I was asking myself over and overYou remember I warned rou1told you you were a pawn in the clever hands of Countess Sarahoff I prefer trt think that you are her tool rather than her accomplice But It you have been fool enough to allow yourself to be caught in the net of her intrigue if you have made your inter cats at one with hers you must expect to pay the piper as well as she I 1 eee You are Nemesis dogging tBe to justice- I had decided No matter what hap pened I would keep my own counsel for tha present I was not to bo bul lied Into a confession So you admit that the law has its terrors for you cried Locke quickly And are you Justice or the Law In disguise By heaven you are assum ing a rather highhanded manner What the devil Is your right to play the part of Inquisitor Gently gently I said nothing about my ribtThen i might ask what Is your ga+ nor I make no pretenso to any right I happen to hold the cards Thats VZr By tMVypu mean I suppose that w- c Jw = you have put two and two together and made the sum of five Well per haps I say your arithmetic is at fault and perhaps I dont choose to enter into an argument to enlighten you We shall see said Locko quietly Now Haddon dont think that I am simply amusing myself I am only too willing to give you every benefit of the doubt You aro an American you have been at the same university as myself you have suffered from an unpleasant notoriety tho past week or two I went to your hotel at Lucerne and offered you my friendship And you come as a friend now Scarcely you will admit that- I offered you my friendship I showed my sincerity by taking you more or less into my confidence I gave you a chance to confide in me in return I had seen you fascinated by a woman whom I knew to bo a dan gerous companion When I warned you you wore clover enough to affect a dlslngcnlous innocence What shrewd observers you news paper men argil That very evening continued Locke frowning you lIne with her and her accomplicenot openly In the restaurant but in her own sitting room Late that evening In company II Devil Right Part Inquisitor of Dr Starva you take the boat for Vitznau You install yourself with him in tho suite of sir Mortimer Brett You assume his character more than that you don his very cloak and hat As Sir Mortimer then you have access to his rooms Let me compliment ypu on the ad mirable manner in which you have played the spy You traced me then from tho hotel to the boat and thence to tho hotel Not at all I preferred keep an eye on the big fish in the puddle It was Madame do Varnler alias the Countess Sarahoff whom I was watch ing I that the moth would follow the flame When I bad assured myself that our beautiful adventuress had retired to her room across the corridor from Sir Mortimers suite I had nothing to do but await the ar rival of the poor little moth ensconced in a comfortable chair with my cigarette Allow me to return the compliment and congratulate you on your perfect succesr masquerading as the sick Sir Mortimer It was a de lightful little bit of Had Locke taken comedyIcompany of Dr would doubtless have observed the episode of tho brandy and drawn his conclusions Ills attitude towardme would then havo been very different lIe would have seen for himself that the comedy I enacted was for the benefit of Dr Starva If I Ignored Lockes suspicions of me oven how If I gave to him my confidence at this late date would he bellevo that Im possible I raged at the network oi chance that enmeshed me but I did not attempt to extricate myself I had lain passive too long I was trusting blindly to fortune More than fiveIrwas determined to waft my own time before 1 my position clear If I carried my plans tqa successful I Y1my D h mug seen Dr Stars anti yourself safely landed in Sir Mortimers rooms continued Locke I am free to join my acquaintance Captain Forbes In tho garden meanwhile keeping an inquisitive eye cocked toward tho shutters of Sir Mortimers salon And Captain Forbes as well as myself has hl8 own interests in the missing Sir Mortimer Presently ho sees tho light shining through those shutters Ho Is overjoyed to observe that Sir Mortimer is returned and more than overjoyed that ho can at last rid himself of the burden of his dispatches You know how ho did that even better than myself And you are waiting for me to en lighten ou1 All in good time my dear Mr Had don But I have not yet shown you All my hand Were I to call your game now you might think I had a couple of aces at the most I am go- Ing to show you that I have a royal flushIt is hard to beat a royal flush I admit I said lightl- yI await developments then in the garden My vigilance is soon reward stealthilyIonto tho balcony ho listens outside the shutters of tho salon And does it not seem to you strange that the partner of Madame do Var nters intrigues should distrust her to the extent of spying on her move mentsLocko pulled at his cigar thoughtfully I awaited his answer not with out interest It did Indeed raise the faint hope in my breast ho returned cynically that my friend lIaddon perhaps was not so guilty as the circumstances had proved him to be But when I remem ber that Captain Forbes was insisting on his right to see Sir Mortimer I could understand that my quondam I friend Haddon was anxious for his What the Is Your to Play the of to know made own neck I guessed that he was lis tening to tho futile attempts of the adventurers to deny Captain Forbes admission to tho bedchamber of tho psuedo Sir Mortimer You havo an answer for every questionI put two and two together and make four returned Locko com placently But if one of those numbers Is x tho unknown quantity The addition is then not quite so simple And tho American tourist Mr Had don is the great unknown quantity I suppose Ho looked at me with cool level eyes A big man in body brain and heart Locke had both tho virtues of bigness and its faults To crush ob stacles that was his mothod Finesse ho despised Ho went to the end in vlow in a direct line ruthlessly throw- Ing asldo any obstruction physical or moral that hindered Such a man arrives Invariably He blundersoftenInstinctive antagonism a latent ob stinacy that arrays itself against him quietly but determinedly He makes an enemy when he might have made a friendFor Locke has mado up his mind that an American a man of his own university could not in tho nature of things bo a coward Very well ho offers hint his friendship to blind faith But presently this man Inter force wlt1bhiplansgoes his way without consulting the newly acquired friend When thorefons circumstances place this acquaintance in an ugly light ho is qultp as ready to believe bfoHevoIn a word Locke imagined that ho had dohomord than his duty in onto ing his friendship and confidence When ho m Jo up his mind mat this friendship ant confidence wcsnot re turned his friendship turned to In tense dislike There was no middle h coarse for Wra He enjwyefl a Bghl quite as much as a love feat perhaps betterTo resume m narrative drawled Locke you disappear within tin chamber My friend Forbes is having his little interview with you But presently I see you again at tho win dow packet in hand You lean fat out you toss tho packet into the ba sin of an empty fountain The shutters arc closed Your work Is finished for the night And BO Is minethat- Is after I havo rescued from the empty fountain tho packet Which you promptly returned to Captain Forbes no doubt Who has a greater right to Itrreturned Locke coolly But ho had not returned It to Forbes I was sure of that Locko was a newspaper man trained In the school of modern journalism hound determined on a grand coup for his paper If the scaled dispatch prom- Ised to be of assistance to him hi would break tho seal That would not suit me at alt My task was to hush up the scandal ot Sir Mortimer Brett and his mistress Locko was determined to give It the fullest publicity Our ends wore utterly at variance Every sentence of his recital mado mo see that more clearly I saw too that the object of his story was to overwhelm mo with tho certainty that I must make a full con fession to him or suffer those arose quences My one hopo was to avert those consequences until my Interview with Madame do Varnlcr I hoped everything from that For tho present I need fear nothing from Forbes Helena had siren me her word that she would trust me until midnight nut the silence of Helena and Forbes was useless unless Locke also was silent t awaited the rest ol his narrative with anxious concern The next morning I bestir myself early you may be sure of that Cap tale Forbes rest had been equally perturbed Together we discaval the startling fact that early ait we had aroused ourselves our patient with his nurse and physician had been even more energetic But my discovery le of a naturo more dramatic than that of the kings messenger lie Imagines that it is Sir Mortimer who has fled I nm forced to the reluctant conclu sion that it is Mr Ernest Haddon American tourist masquerading as the diplomatist Sir Mortimer Brett Is it necessary that I enter into ex planations for this discovery or shall wo tako tho fact for granted Take it for granted by all mean slnco you have already taken so much for grantedI bore you much longer Captain Forbes and myself join forces I needed but ono argument to persuado him to do that I knew whore Madame de Vnrnler and her fet lOW conspirators were bound Captalc Forbes did not And Mrs and Miss Brett did you reveal your suspicions to them So far locke looked At me tig nlflcantly I have revealed them to no one We arrive at Alterhoffen then tho four of us Captain Forbes Insist on storming the chateau With what result you know better than L As for myself I prefer to keep my counsel and first of all to give my friend Haddon a friendly hint I bribe ono of tho servants at tho castle to convey a note to him requesting tho honor of an interview at ton this morning My friend Haddon denies mo tho honor of an Interview Then It the mountain will not come to Mohammed Moham med must go to the mountalu I am directed to tho castle by the stairway that leads to tho villas Street I have not descended a dozen stops of the gloomy stairway when I hear some ont coming tip them in fu tlous haste Naturally I pause and qulto as naturally I take the precau tion of placing my hand on tho revel vet in my hip pocket which I carry with me remembering the fato cf mj acquaintance Captain Forbes To my surprise the person In this extraordinary haste conceals himself in the lIttio glasscovered room at the angle of tho stairs I descend the steps cautlousfy and curiously There are other surprises in store for tna First ot all I sec a second figure stav ing flat against the wall As my eyes become accustomed to he darkness I am startled to discover that tho ma concealed in the lodgo has a rovolvei In his hand For the moment f think ho is lying In wait for myself But almost immediately I hoar steps from below There is a click as the tliggot Is cocked I am averse to bloodshed oven the killing of a wouldbe court darer I fire not at him but to shatter the pane of glass and divert till aimNow for my last surprise The a sassln rather tardily I must say hat been grappled with by the man who had concealed himself against the wall and was apparently awaiting developments But the wouldbe assas sin has succeeded in freeing blmsel from this very fainthearted assailant I pursue tho nsftasaln he eludes cap tyrq I return ruefully to tho hotel tc find my friend Haddon receiving the warm thanks of the heroine ftr saving herlifeA deal of this is ancient his toryIsald my voice trembling wltt shamo and rage such of it as Is not fiction You return then to unmask the would bo horo And now what And now said Locko In a does voice his face thrust dose to mine t want 16 know this Why worn yoc hiding inthat stairway Why did yoc stand there passively wlillo the tnu woe committing the act of murdoeb- lord your eyes T Whs did you proHciU to struggle with the assassin lIretea X3 rfayM r Even ivwward will fight Isuppose when ho Is cornered I said bltkeclj TO BEl CONTU5VAu I J tap1 LOGSWAGON FOR Directions tor Itt Construction by the Farmer Himself Tatio soiim pieces of two by four and with a draw knlfo cut out Iho axles Tho lower part ot back axlo Is unu solid pleco of wood In It aro rut notched fur the lionnils at nllhur side and a Hutch In the rnnter for the rcueh Over this tll plnctnl another timber with notches cut to cor respond with thoso or lower piece Tho alilo notches In both upper and lower pieces art cut elunrlug MI that Wagon Seen from Above and Section Showing flack Gear the hounds will stint toward the cen ter mid meet at the reach On the axles n a can bo put placet of gas plpo for the nuke of greater HtrnnKth Tho plate p IK made of iron and bolted to the hounds no that tho reach will tlldo easily There U also a hole toIot n pin In to hold tilt tcucli When these pieces aro put together Iho back gear Is complete with the exception of the snatch blocks b b which are bnltnd on the top to hold the logs In place Those blocks are fastened on by moans ot H flat plccd of Iron bulled at either side Tho front sear Is main llko tho book with the exception of the turntable the sides of which are made of wood and tho cross pieces of Iron The sides of tho turntable aro placoil In the notchoii whore the hound were In the bock gear and tho notches are made straight Instead of slanting Tho tongue Is fastened on by two iron rods tint where they fasten on to the tongue Tho other units of tho rorlll form hooks whirl fasten Into two bolts d d having ring on sue end Thn wheels says Mall and llrccze Bro made of flat pieces sawed off Ito coda of loss through the center of which a toms Is bond When using the wagon thu snatch blocks may lie turned so that tho logs can bo rolled over tho end- HOMEMADE SMOKE HOUSE Can Qc Constructed Out of a Couple of Empty Barrels When ono has only n tow plncon ol tncnt to smoke a smokehouse mnjr bo Improvised hy taking two empty harrols ami ar ranging them ai Illustrated In the lower barrel sot H kettle of smol daring chips or corn cobs An opening lit cut in ono die nf mho lower barrel to allow the attendant to odd fresh fuel when necessary Thr upper liitrrol has either hook In UK bottom or dries tho bottom of Clio 1Hlr rol being now uppermost or rods pass Ing through the Idca on which lo bang the meat FARM SITS Bh Judicious with your praise In any bed of roses ono roust beware of thorns Manure for wheat should bo kept pear the surface All root crops keep boat when cored with dump sand On thin clay lands rye will In most Cass provo a preferable crop to whnqt especially If jt can bo used as- a pasture for Jlvo stock Dont go to the Institute to talk on cooperation In farming when your own wood pllo is exhausted Con sistency must begIn at home One good ration for pigs consists of corn one part barley one port OIK wheat shorts one part It Is doubtful If skim milk can bo more profitably used than In feeding growingpigs The pln should have dry pens and dry teal lotd Fall plgB must lave summer condl tlona Frosted Corn In Silo Sightly frosted corn when put into the ullo iii none mho worse for tho freezing according to the eSporlbricd of many New England farmers whore frosts arC likely tq strike silq corn it npy tina Some rjnlm that hard frosted corn makes good silage and also that thd quality cir the al- lngoisc even Improved ejlghtljv if the corn In frozen f i THE FARM WATER It Should De Piped In Soma Way to All UulldlnQi Where Needed All farm buildings should bo sup plied with water brought umliirsroiind In ulp from the aourco of vntur sup ply The turns as wull no tho dwellings rhoiihl ho thus supplied The cost In small and the convenience grout Many n farmer Is carrying water year after year not only for his stock lint fur the use of the family whwf till water should bn always at hand Tho chief reason fur this lathe llfnlonK habit of the farmer which ho lore not nee tho advantage of changing Hccontly A case rnmo to tho atten tion of the writer that shows how a man will hang to im old rendition I when ho Imn no reason for doing so- A young man from one ot thn farms went to folkgo and got noiuo new Ideas He ntudlnil farm mechanics shut got ft llttlo tnulo for mechanical miKlmorltiK When ho returned trt thfi farm ho saw ninny things that might lio Juno to Inrrvaxe tho cum fort ot tho family And make tho work imsler One of limn drawbacks of tile ramfens Iho necessity for cart ylns water ttiniio hundreds of tent ttt tho house clod tho barn and this wattr had to be curried Iu palls Moreover during t mom of tho year tho boys had to carry the water that muthertIn limo kitchen Tho father posed to Guy Improvement and so fused l to let the boy exercise his It In making Improvements abUtOn the lull u little way from hmmi was a perpetual spring luntI6 clnntly high above the house to that 1 1tellllliRtlon Itoaway n or HO young man would dig a trench lay what plpo ho could and cover It up again before tda father got homo Ho continued this till ho had laid tho Alpo from thu spring la the house had made all at taulimcntt and hail tho water running Into the sink whore his mother tx ulil use It at will and without effort At thin stage he acts nu longer able to keep till lecrvt front tho head of thu house As It hall gone so far the j tfather accepted the tact ne iicoom j pllshrd but ho refuted pormlMlon to tee twy to carry the pipe just a little t further to the barns It U H thins that pmitto will become w settlit their waya nit not to null thorn Ifsolves of nAtural laws which were created to serve thntii THIS WILL HELP SOME An Ingenious Device for Drawing Water front a CisterncIn the absence of a hotter 4rrtnFeiintuit the contrivance shown In the no companyltiK Illustration will be fount i- to work entlafartlorlly- An otplaimtlnii time scarcely I otKiry However t will Guy DeeJ To Draw Water from Cistern 1 J used tho skeleton of a rubber UreIwheel from n discarded buggy A piece of plank wan nailed to v polo with holes through which thu rope passes to keep It In the groove A sack of sand tied at Iho apnatltcj enIibalances tub bucket of waiter Kill Off the Rats An exporlr nccil person with a dORI I and ferret trained to york together 1 Jnun1trousash success Whore rata 1 burrow In the fields they ran be killed by funilgnting with carbon bl ttulplilila Saturate Il wad of cotton or other ataorlicnt material with the liquid nod push It into tho burrow J t Pack soil over tho opening to prevent tho sedge of gas a Plant Trees f The best agricultural condtiions or 1st whoro from 10 to 25 per the land Is in growing forest thllotthe great plaids may noVifr be thickly 4 timbered tree planting should never tholetis Ire cncouraRed The quick ills aster that follows shcre the Urn her Is nil reanoycil has uccn q t I more1 than ono case in the centrals tinnllt i pont prug Stock i Preventing dlrcasq does potmean f ldriiRRlng hut plain como enso In 1toodandwatm r pure i t I i J rtDon t Let Seeds Freeze 8e de that nrb kept for sowing spa r should never be allowed to freeze JA 1 J I WANT FLOWERS GREENHOUSESIhoii RICHMOND Cut ERTlumlllIJn I The Porter iNCOUrOBATED Drug Co L PHONE owww 12 BEREA KY oooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoaoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoaoe Berea and Vicinityo 0 a a- S o a- e GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES op 0 eoeoeooeoooeoeoeooaoeoeo DR BEST i DENTIST Il 4 CITY THOME tat OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE 111 MUs Hlla Kindred who Is taking a courso In shorthand and typewriting at Cincinnati Is tho guest of her slater T Mrs Dlllord Griffin I MIN Bertha Robinson very pleas li aptly onlortalucd a large number of her friend at her homo ono night lost week Mr Isaac Hacker a former student of Derca is visiting with old acquain tances in town Mies Blon Jackson spent a few days last week at Irvine with hor friend S11at Maude Turner I Miss Mary Clagett entertained the following young ladles at ton last Friday night Misses Babcock Fa vlllo Wolfe and Laceflold Messrs A I Golden nod Harry Prather havo set up a very complete lino of groceries In M D Bowllns now store on pepot street They so licit the patronage of all their friends Mr and Mns Lewis Sandtln of King a ston were visiting hero Saturday and I SundayQuito an Interesting talk was given last Sunday night at the College Chap el by the Rev A E Thomson on tho Birth of Christ Tho accompanying views shown were very good Tho Rov Mr Howe from Barbour McTTho ladles of the t Christmas treat last Friday after noon Instead of their usual work It was quite a pleasant change and ono which they all enjoyed Miss China Hudson was the guest of nlgllLjLang quite royally entertained a number of their trlends Saturday evening at their homo on Center street Mr Francis Clark tho export fudge maker made 1quantities of the delicious candy worn Misses Babcock Favlllo Harrison Wolfe Cook Nicely and Mrs D K Wyatt and Messrs f Burdetto Boggs Lewis Clark Gamble Klnnard and Cornelius All report a splendid time Several of the lodges of Bcrea have held their annual elections during tho I past week Lodge 617 F and A M dcctcd officers as follows Dr L A Iifavls w MS C c Blanton Senior Warden JUdgo J L Gay Junior War SPECIAL NOTICE Till further advised allwho 11 bring this notice can get a trip to Richmond and return and the best set of teeth that can 1be made all for 800 The same terms apply to all who have over 500 worth of dental work done In- buying Railroad ticket take t t receipt tor money for the reV ceipt will be taken as cash c All work guaranteed to be first class in re and to give goodsatisfaction Onlybest class of materials 1 used8 v DR V H HOBSON DENTIST J r Phone No a v Richmond Ky I t I r oeoeoeososostosoeo0oeoeoeoeIdon J A Colllti3 Junior Deacon IL F Coyle Treasurer E T Fish Secretary and IL 1C Richardson Steward and Tyler Tho I O O F elected tho following Andrew Isaacs N G J A Collins ViceGrand J II Gab bard Secretary and B II Gabbard Treasurer Tho Maccabees elected It- T Fists Commander C F Hanson LloutCaimnandcr G W BhockleyI Chaplain II II Gabbard Secretary ill 11 Cowloy not a member tout physician C I Ogg Sergeant W O Hill Master at Arms John Quln hey First Master of tho Guard Bud Hosklns Second Master of tho Guard 0 0 Preston Sentinel and R L Plcrson Picket Tho Citizen wants all tho news If you have any call up phono 1C and Ltell us about it Dont bo modest womoveroperator machine in the college printing office and Miss Anna Pickering who had been a student horo last fall surprised tholr friends hero by taking a train togeth er Sunday night for Jelllco whore they were married returning hero Tuesday Their friends hero feel a little cheated In not getting a chance at tho wedding cake and a look af the bride but all give them tho best of good wishes The first number of the winter lyceum course will be given Saturday night at 700 p m and will bo an evening of magic tricks and presti digitation by Totten Everybody wants to remember to go Tho family of Mr W I Dooley of Withers havo moved Into the house havecomeschool From tho depths of my srul and tho top of Mr BailarJn root hero at Paint Lick I wish tile roadars of Tho Citizen a Happy Now Year HENTf USNGFELLHER Tho Model Roofer Walter Washburn leaves this week for Niles Cal where he will go into beenInbut line had to leave there on account of his health Mr J W Stephens was in Cincin nati a few days last week on busl ness Miss Nannlo MoWhortcr Is visiting KyMr Speed well Ky were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Cam Lowls a few days last week JooDenderspent a tow days last week with Mr and Mrs Chas Reynolds of Living stort Miss Etta Lewis entertained a tow or her intimate girl friends at her homo last Friday evening from seven till nine Delicious refreshments wore served during tho evening and the girls had a jolly time A J Smith the enterprising sales man for tho Stanton Bros Tobacco Co of Loulsvillo has been hero a while with his homo folks Miss Maggie Dooley was visiting friends hero last week Mrs Sallle Adams and daughter Grace returned from Richmond Sunday whore they have been spending Christ mIlS with relatives and friends Noel Mitchell who has been drum ming for several months has returned to Bcrea = yMODERN STYL13 OLDTIME HONESTY Tho Mayflowershoe combine oldtime honesty with modern style Wo carry them la sizes to fit and styles to please MRS B R BAKER i e Last Thursday Dec 26t was the china wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs E F Disney A few of their many friends made thorn an Impromp tu ourprlco party Othorc of the college faculty and citizens joined with thcao iu making Up a purao of 20 to mark the completion of tho fiut twenty eventful and happy years of their married life James Meadows whom many old students remember has a good place In tho Seventh Street Depot Louis yule ICy fir the Illinois Control railwayN Ambrose and sister Lola spent part of tho Christmas vacation in Louisville John Alton who was operated on at tho hospital Tuesday for appendicitis In doing well and seems happy and cheerful Dr Cowloy returned Monday from McKee whore ho went to look after several cases Ho speaks most en thusiastically of the way be was treated by the people thorn R L Pierson has bought the livery stable on Main Street from C Fay Hanson and moved Into It yesterday Rood Robinson is to build a now itouBo on tho Slate Lick Road near Wllf Gabbards A K Robinson Is seriously III with ho grippe Pros Frost will proaoh at 330 Sun day afternoon In tho Upper Chapel and at 700 p m In tho main Chapel Tho members of the Union Church aro reminded of tho annual church meeting Saturday Tho ladles of tho hurch will furnish a good dinner at the Parish House ut noon and tho business session will bo held Immed lately afterward All the members of tho church and their families are ox pected to bo present Mrs S C Mason writes from Riverside Cal that Prof Million met her at Indlo and they are now trav elling together Mr Mason had bus hoes at Riverside but sho was ex pecting to leave thero In time to fiend Christmas In Los Angeles George Shockloy moved Wednesday to his now home just beyond tho Disciple Church Frank Coylo has moved Into his now house on Kstlll street Tho house ho has been in will IKS occupied by Stanley Frost after undergoing re pairsMrs Anna Fay is spending a coup loot weeks with Mrs Lou Hanson Sho will return to her homo In Illinois late this week Mrs Williams went homo for the Christmas holidays Tho Conversation Club will meet tomorrow night with tho Rev Mr Hudson Dr Thomson has been urged to Continue tho topic which he dls cucsed at his homo namely his trip In tho South There Is a plan for giving tile town greater security against flro by con necting tho town telephone exchange with tho College Chapel by a flro alarm so that alarms telephoned in at any time can be sect to tho bell ringers and spread over tho town by means of the boll calling out help at once NEW COLLEGE WORKER James C Cowman of North Carolina has been appointed to teach the SubNormal classes of Borca College Ho Is a well trained teacher and will make a valuable addition to tho force bore Ho Is fortyflvo years old and was born at Glen Agee N C Io has been an able and enthusias tic Christian worker aa well as an educator Ho has been for three terms a member of tho of countyjsuperlntendenl eight years a clerk of the North Car olina Supremo Court A BEREA REUNION A delightful Bcrea reunion was hold on Monday evening beccmbcr 23rd at Todd Seminary Woodstock Ill The following guests were present Mrs Rogers Miss Miller of Crystal Lake 1 Miss Hendrlcks Miss Ireno Mermen Miss Amanda Renlckj Mrs Smiley Miss and Miss WelshIess entertained In their usual charming manner At six oclock dinner wits served In tho largo dining room Tho tAblo was daintily decorated with red carnations and candelabra with red shades red and whlto being tho colors of tho seminary At every plato was a favor and a place card each bearing an appropriate verso written by Mrs Rogers j It Is needless to say that tho time passed all too quickly In pleasant reminiscences The hospitality of the old Rogers homo of Berca has only beoi trans planted to this Western home whero U U Mr and Mrs Hill carry out in the same genial happy way tho hospitality so well known to Bereans The company lingered long and we loath to part even at a ato Such reunions do much to add to Heron spirit of which there seems toj bo a liberal supply In Woodstock for rumors of other similar reunions nro In tho air OF SMALLPOX IEOyC winter bringsstories of smallpox In the country around Berca but thero has nover been a serious caso hero and It Is not likely that cauaIanytroublehavo been taken by the doctors It Is1 always wlso to get ready for trouble tiOIbo quicker than usual In going to tho doctor when they feel any elcknss to make sure that It Is not smallpox but hero Is no reason to be afraid I und almost no danger of any kind Ian fact Berca with Its hospital nod good doctors Is ono of the sates places on earth IThe caso which started tho talk from Hamilton Ohio and is a I very mild one The man had tho usual early symptoms backacho and headache and got over them as often I happens without the doctor finding out what eras tho matter with him So tho doctor let him come home and ho j wont out Into Jackson passing thru Bcrca The driver who took him out Is probably safe from tho disease as he has been vaccinated and there hav been no eases either horn or at McKee tho there has been plenty of time for them to come Tho man with than smallpox went around to several places at McKee and elsewhere In Jackson and may have spread tho disease out there but soohandcomo to I them so there is no reason for anyone even out there to have any tear All they have to do la to ge I vaccinated and It will be all right 250 A6 I and I M 1i s SHOE 300 I STAR HJIAKD SHOES ARE BETTER A MODERN STYLES OLDTIME HONESTY A Shoo as good as tho name it boars I time ago the Roberts manufacturers Johnson Rand Shoe Co set about to produce a shoe of high quality that could be sold at a medium priceThey have reduced the process shoemaking to a scientific basis and the result is the MAYFLOWER This is a shoe that could be sold foragreatdeal inore money than 250 and 300 However there is a demand for a shoe at these prices andWe have it There need be no hesi tancyinbuyingtheMay flower It is made right and backed by the manu facturers If they are not honestly constructed in every way we will refund your money We have styles enou h to please the most particular COME IN AND LOOK AT OUR F BIG STOCK MrsS R Baker BereaKy 4 r BARGAIN Ill HATS V- VVaI I FROM I CENTS AT 1MRS S R BAKERS e PANICINot at all the people have just found out where to get the best bargains in townI8 bars soap 250 Best baking powders 150 size 5c Try a pound of our best coffee at 30 or 350 and get a pound of sugar free l- One MH SBHMMMMM price to all and 16 ounces to the pound ata CLARKS MARKET G D HOLLIDAY 11BEREA BANK AND TRUST BLDC Berca Kentuckyr i tReal IEstate LANDSSOUGHT and SOLD 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a piano SonomaCal tells the world that it has a soda water well This will amount to little unless an ice cream well can be bored to work in conjunction A Texas paper refers to the sav ages inhabiting Manhattan Island Some Texan has evidently been play- Ing the role of a tenderfoot in New York A scientist says that first love Is a species of cerebral commotion and a stirring of some hitherto dormant associations by npproprlatlve afflnl Uve impression 0 pshaw King Edwards at the impropriety of a London performance may cause a number of English playwright to follow up the practice of making first productions In America The worst obstacle to successful ballooning seems to be the earth They are always bumping into that with usually disastrous results II the earth could bo avoided somehow particularly in the downward flights the science and pastime of aeronau tics might be more popular It has been discoveredthat the modern tourist is not the only person who has scribbled his name on the walls of public buildings Mr H H Hall an English Entomologist said in a recent lecture on tho excavations at Thebes that ho had noticed on the tomb of Rameses IV a remark writ tetn by an ancient Greek tourist As usual American missionaries are courageous and refuse to leave their converts and their stations even though peril impends The diplomatic corps at Tangiers la reported es thrilled with the courage of the Christian Americans who refuse to come out of the zone of danger from the rampant and murderously inclined Moors Connecticut has found that a trap made of a wooden nutmeg frame in closing sharpened shingle nails a mowing machlne cutting bar and chisels carefully sharpened and all up automobile terprising inventor Is temporarily out discouragedby Rear Admiral Charles H Davis JrIlust retired a native of Cambridge was a worthy successor to his fa ther of the same name and equal rank says Boston Herald His sclenj Uflc and diplomatic work notably his pconduct at Jamaica In the Swetten sustained the reputation of tjir high naval officers as more than mere fighters In 1S17 one Richard Thornton call ed to the bar of the kings bench charged with the murder of Mark Ask ford in open court throw down his glove and defied his accuser Where spoil there was a pretty todo Wager if baUle it was supposed had died a natural death In the dark ages but Lord EUenborqugb after much consultation of precedent held that it was still the law of England and ordered a field to be prepared Thorn tons accuser thereupon declining combat the prisoner was discharged Next sear parliament passed anact abolish lag this privilege of tinueal to thetItrMg right arm I a + It- lLtt WIlt lElwiumts of Satrrass Art Uttlttt Matt itmtstlf Dy BERNARD F SUPPLE Secretary Massachusetts State Boird of Conclllillon and Arbitration I lID VKUY man who gives a thought to himself can exemplify n successful life with the will to do so Success implies effort and like failure relates to the time when effort has ceased neal or fancied success is always the result of thought The burglar gets off with the swng who considers well the rricnns That u like precaution might bring him contentment in an honorable pursuit is a cQnimonplace While not every man can think profoundly upon the laws that regulate his surroundings and the deepest thinker fails to touch bottom when he drops his plummet into the abysmal mysteries of life every man can think correctly if not exhaustively upon tho noeof forces within his control lie will discover moreover on turn ing his thoughts inward a lack of something essential to his wellbeing His discoveries can be reduced to maxims to which all acts and judgments should conform These arc tljo germs of success and when cultivated with a constant will they evolve into higher forms from day to day When we consider that not every man can have learning power wealth or fame and that many who possess them are recognized failures we find that it is not the acquisition of any of these that constitutes a successful life though it may serve as a means to that end The elements of success are wholly within the manand no man lacks them lie may know the theories everchanging science and from his culture of other mens thoughts be able to supply the epidemic ideas pf the period yet fail utterly if he neglect the science of himself If with n will that needs no revision he seek that which conduces to hit own wellbeing and bo called also to govern others this greater glory is his ability to rule himself It may bo objected that all that is selfish It is indeed selflove of the highest order is the standard to which lovo for neighbor must conform The two are inseparable TIle conscious possession of that which is essential to ones perfect wellbeing is happiness and the confident employment of the means to attain it is contentment secure in tho hope of happiness the contented man is alwavs busv in the pursuit of it Xo man has failed who still continues to try and if overtaken by death while seeking what he believes to be the best he has exemplified the successful life wlltrr Jn No 31tarr- Giltr iLt1lnP- By DR MADISON C PETERS Noted Preacher and Lecturer wITt upremttrJ man A GREAT philosopher who had lost beloved wife after CO happy years und who was inconsolable said Wherever she was there was home anti to me home was heaven It is from such homqp are graduated the good and great men and women who benefit and bless the world by their work and lives Many who have accomplished mighty deeds who have reached the haven of success will tell that theyowe all to home influenced In the true home is centered confidence The confidante of tho daughter is the Mother and the son lays all his plans before the father for counsel and guidance Nothing not even prayer and Golly teaching and consistent living can take the place of loves gentleness in tho home Dont wait to show love until the circle is broken Home is not n place for boys and girls and men and women to work off their ill humor after trying to keep polito and courteous outside It should be the school where lifes sweetest lessons are learned the lessons of gentleness kindness forbearance and humility There should bo a freemasonry among the menr burs of a home to hind them together in the strongest bonds and there should be religion with an enthusiasm that should never weaken of By H PEARL HUMPHRY his The most cntliusinstiu believer in the superior ity of woman does riot pretend that she is perfect anti unn pro hahlo at nil points While the most fatuous dressmakers nnd tho most famous chefs are men we shall have sad as it IK to admit that some things men hove done better than we have These two subjects arc specially within the womans domain nnd yet in their higher aspects she is content to bo led by men This seems strangeat first sight Indeed it has been used as a reproach lint after all there are a number of reasons that make it quite a natural state of affairs It is still true as Burton Mid in his Anatomy of Melancholy that Cook cry is become nn art a noble science cooks are gentlemen A womans knowledge of cooking is almost entirely n knowledge of how to prepare things that will taste nice She thinks of every dish as an entity and she seldom considers it in relation to the courses that precede and follow it As for dress the reason for the supremacy of the male so for is easily found Men have always been the executive artists they inherit the talents of the ages Womens instinct has not been cultivated to the same extent They love pretty things hut they do not study themselves The French woman knows more about her appearance than the English about hers but not so much 09 the French man knows about the appearance of all women In the external treatment of the picture called woman the man has the advantage of detachment from his sub ject whereas a woman has a hundred prejudices As a rule a woman falls in love with a frock or a hat purely on its own merits and not because it will suit her so admirably Tho fallacy that men never know how a woman is dressed is n mere air bubble It is true enough that they may not know what she has on but they always know how she is dressed well or ill too much or too brightly The woman notices what clothes the other wears the man knows whether the picture is successful and harmonious or not It is this cultivated eye for the whole the cul tivated palate Sot the whole which makes the man the supreme artist in dress and in food and will do so until Women make up some of the and education they have lost during several centuries i PLAN OF MRS EDDY MILLION DOLLARS FOR FOUND ING OF INSTITUTION TO TEACH THE INDIGENT Beneficiaries with Their Families Will Be Supported While Learn- Ing Science of Christian Healing Boston Details of the plans of Mrs Mary Baker U Eddy head of the Christian Science church In relation to the charitable institution which she is to found are conS tamed In an editorial by Archibald McLellan in the current Issue of the Christian Science Sentinel The edi torial says In part Mrs Eddy has consented that the Institution which she purposes to found will bear her name therefore it will be known as Mary Baker 0 Eddys charitable fund The board of directors will be located In Boston the recognized headquarters of her church and in plan and scope this fund will bo an educational opportunity by which Indigent persons will be taught gratuitously the science of tho Christ healing as practiced by Jesus and as made known through the writings of Mrs Eddy Million Dollars to Be Given Tho sum of 1000000 will bo devoted to this solo purpose Mrs Eddys benevolence will be open to all those Individuals who are genuinely interested In Christian science for its truths sake and who shall present to the board of directors of the fund sat isfactory certificates of their Indl genre their religious views and their moral character The students of Christian Science will bo maintained by this fund until such time as tho board of directors shall have pro nouncod them good healers of tho sick and deliver to them certificates to this effect To Support Beneficiaries The beneficiaries of this fund and the families of those who have fam ilies are to bo supported from the income of the fund and the number of students and their families to be sup ported will depend upon the amount of this Income Mrs Eddy has turned this matter over to a prospective board of direr tors for them to workout tho details of the charity In the meantime no further Information upon this subject can be given out and no letters of In quirt should bo addressed to Mrs Eddy MOVE FOR WALSH LOST Judge Anderson Refuses to Order the Banker Acquitted Chicago Judge A U Anderson late Thursday refused to take tho case of John n Walsh from tho Jury In the federal court and order the de fendant dismissed on a plea made by Attorney John S Miller Tho court not only turned down the argument that the government had not made out a case but ordered the defense to proceed with tho trial The Jury which had been excluded from the room during the day was recalled at four p m and preparations to proceed with the defense were con tinued The court Instructed Mr Muter to prepare a written complaint against any further evidence which the attorneys hold should bo excluded from the record In doing so the judge declared that portions of the evidence already objected to would bo given to tho jury- NAMED TO SUCCEED MALLORY William James Bryan Appointed Senator from Florida Jacksonville Pin Gov Broward Wednesday appointed William James Bryan of this city to be United States senator vIce Stephen Russell Mallory deceased for the bal ance of tho term expiring March 4 1909 Mr Bryan Is a prominent y uPs attorney only 31 years of use und now holds tho position of county solicitor for this Duval county He was born in Orange county Florida October 10 187C Ho Is the son of John M Bryan who served 14 years as state senator and afterwards as 3 member Of the state railroad commission Ho has always been active In politics and at present Is a member of tho Democratic executive committee About two months ago Mr Brynn an nounced his candidacy for the United States senatorship to succeed Mr Mallory lie is not related to William J Dryan of Nebraska Chicago Newspaper Man Dead Chicago Albert G Beaunlsno as sistant to the publisher of the Chicago Dally News died suddenly Thursday afternoon of heart disease Mr Bcaunisne was 66 years old and became connected with tho News In 1879 after having taught school and studied law Ho was a member of tho Union League Press Quadrangle and Caxton clubs ExTreasurer of Illinois Dead Chicago Former State Treasurer Henry Wulff for years a prominent figure in politics In Cook county and Illinois died Friday at the homo of his son Inlaw Raymond McOurren Kidney trouble was the cause Head of Carlisle School Resigns Carlisle PaMaj William A tIer cer who for six been superintendent Carlisleof the Indian Indus realliuUon polatmctil cf his successor 9- l Dn a DICK AND THE GIANT The Sad Story of a Little Bird and a Cruel Boy Dear little Dick What a pay crea ture he was I Ho used to go singing about nearly all day for ho was always merry One day Dick went off to take a ramble in a largo forest at some distance front home Ho had often been on the edge of tho forest but ItI lacked to dark II that bo was afraid p to enter But Dick was more merry than usual on this day for the sun shone so brightly and tho Slower looked so lovely that ho sang and whistled till the woods rang with his music There was a clear brook running through the woods and Dick stooped down to drink of Its refreshing waters when lo ho was seized suddenly from behind and found himself in the hands of a fierce uglylooking giant Tho poor little captive tried hard to got away but tho giant held him tight until ho reached his home and Dick shivered when ho say the huge true lure with no trees nor flowers near It Dick wondered whether the giant was going to kill him but before he had time for further thought ho was thrust Into a prisonlike room barred on nil sides to prevent him getting outDick grow sadder and lonelier as ho thought of his own pretty home his companions tho sunlight the trees and the good things ho had to tat At such times he screamed and beat him self agaltist the Iron walls but only succeeded In bruising himself One day the giant came and poking a stick Into Dlcka prison he cried Sing Sing Sing But poor Dick was too and to sing Tim giant grow furious and grabbing Dick In his enormous band he squeezed the Ufa out of little Dick Dick was a bird and the giant was a cruel boy- WHEN THE WIND BLOWS VThen the wind blows hard at nlcht An there lint any light An I have to KO to bed- I dont cover up my head Cause Ive not my award nntun That would scare moat anyone An my savage Teddlr btarIt the wind blows I dont caret A Queer Wager A little boy said to his sister the ether Jay I bet I can coax you to- set fire to your dress Well 1 just guess you cant she cried scornfully What do you beU You are silly of course your can not Why should I bet anything Well Im willing to wager my new lackknife All right laughed she Ill wager my Paris don that you cannot Then the boy began Please set fire to your dress Please do Are you tired T asked his sister at lengthWell 1vo won my bet all right I said I would coax you to do It and I have said tbo boy And now that brother and sister are trying to decldo the bet And he is wondering If lib wants tho doll and she is wondering It she wants the Jackknife anyhow Wolf Got the Shot A curious incident comes from Brit ish Columbia A settler named Graham living In the wilderness re turned homo one day after a hunt and stood his shotgun in a corner of the cabin and went out to chop wood While ho was chopping and while his daughter 12 years old was preparing supper she accidentally knocked the gun down and it was discharged- A wolf hate followed tho father homo and was then standing at the open door looking around before attacking the girl Ho had not been heard or seen and tho first known of bis pros ence was when tho shot struck him and he fell down to kick a few times and bdtome a dead wolf Naturally The teacher was trying to find nut what sort of land was adapted to the raising of cattU- JJow what would there have to be there before cows could live on the lanai he Calves nkedIof a bright eit rf i 1 THE SILVER DOLLARt How It CanOe Made to Spin 01 Two e Needle Points a- J How can wo mnko n sliver dollar 4 i turn oiickly and continuously en its j axis Very easy says some ono + milling out a silver dollar ana stand Ins It on Its rUn lie places Jho Itidex linger of the loft hand on It nnA dips Uio coin with his right hand Tho dollar will turn with such velocity that the eye cannot follow It This will last for some time until the motion gradually decreases and finally stops Not bad but we can do hotter Wo borrow tho silver dollar mark tho ends of Its diameter carefully and place It on tho table Then wo lift the coin with the help of two noodles Inserting tho necdlw at tho two marked points bring it closo to the mouth and blow at It The coin will turn driven by the pressure of tho air Doing the Trick with remarkable velocity and will re- maIn in motion as a little blowing from limo to time wilt keep Its speed from slackening lint bow can we find tho diameter of tho coin In tho right moment Thls Is very easy Take a piece of patter and draw with tho help of A compost n circle approximately the also of the silver dollar and draw a straight IIntIthrough the center Placing the lu this circle wo can easily mark thefIends of the line on the rim of dollar PIN YomII Uncle John Tells Dot Why the Terra Came to Be Used notes your pinmoney Doti llaI4 I fnclv John handing his niece r dollarI I was Just wish I r Ing for some change said Dot UneleIJohn when you give mo this money to spend for whatever I pleads why dOt you always call It pinmoney talktPins were Introduced Into England by Catherine tho first wife of Henry VIII They were not however like our pins but were made of gold sliver Ivory and brass some of thorn weighing as much as eight ounces They were worn In tho hair and used on different parts of the clothing lo fasten folds of the drapery and wets quite ornamental Tho Spanish manu facturers were permitted to soil their pins only during the Christmas hall days and thus It happened that fa there gave their wives and daughters money with which to buy plus At first they were very expensive Just aa out fine jewelry is now Then when they tocarao more common and much cheaper gentlemen continued the praoSice of giving their wives and dnugh 0 ters nnd slqturs money to buy pins In that way the term plnmoncy originated and it Is now applied to oc allowance made to a lady to bufsmall articles sho may need or de sire Im Rlad I know said Dot whba her uncle ceased talking It Is Inter eating to hear about the first of things While I was eating dinner to da1tI thought of tho origin of porter i hbuio etenlts Ill tell It to you + man by the name of Martin Morrlsot kept a turnouts old tavern called the Porter louse In Now York city If was a favorite resort of seafaring men Ono day an old sea captain called for n steak Morrison said that bo had no steak but ho would cut him a piece of the tendurloln which vna just prepared to roast Tho old mitt assented and the steak was so gold that not only was It duplicated btt Morrison and his tavern became famous for the like The steak was called after tbt tavern Porterhouse steak and thtIproprietor did a great business it this SIi article alone rANHow the Arches Run and How The Seem to Run itOn first glancing at the above r drawing It would appear as if the r t- JtftJj arches ran from left to right trots e t lines A to B but by taking B a the front and A as the back the arches ltappear to run from right to left IP other words the spectator looking C through tho Archways sees tho ioti rhand sides ol them in the first case 3 M t and the rlehthond sides In the Mi oad w L v f 1aJ rl The Return of theProdigalr A VeraciousI Nature Story Oy Edwin J Webster J Corrtlrbl br W U CbpxngJ Unclo Tommy Wilson who used to own the farm next to mlno out In Iowa was heartbroken when nUllter his bend beo abandoned him ratd I Hqulro Wilkins reflectively to tho crowd ut the corner Rtocery store And when Busier returned to hla duties Undo Tommy wept tears ut 1Iluro joy and would Imvo fallen on If a boos neck wan built for I such performances 4 Hunter was the largest beo In Uncle Tommys hives and although UIIattended to It Kvery morning hft would leo that all the hoes left till h hlvr routing out tho lazy Utica and maklnR them do their share of work All day bo would surf of nupervl t things unit tho beo that shirked or didnt return nt night with his load of honey was pretty sum to hoar from In n manner that was moro efln hotlc than pleasant Then ho 8 Mj that tho queen beo was properly fed and In other wnys ho acted lIke a lice who had ills employers Interest at heart Undo Tummy I thought tho world of fluster Tlicroii a boo thats assimilated the bee MrMnKo to darcla and Ives up to It Uncle Tommy iwod to lIa- In tones of honest pride I can gu nay from homo for a week at a time tllrIcollieS beolBut lluitcr head Ida weakness and foil through overindulgence When tho weather began to get R little cool tho boon naturally let up on their work Undo Tommy always was an enthusiast on the subject of halving other people work hard snit tin wasni pleased when his heel took It liltAflor lhlnking tho matter over hn on a plan to spur their flassliiK en- KlC When Im fooling a bit worn out said Undo tummy reflectively what do I flail hdpn mo mostr- A big drlng of ratveyr I an aworod prompt Ilko often you tool worn out Dont Jeer at tho fwiblonw of n tired and worthy old man replied Undo Tommy In grieved torn Im meditating a nchcrmi which may revs lutlonlro tho beo Industry In tho slnto of Iowa The weather Is getting cool and naturally my beca arc beginning 01 to think at Is time for thorn to caso up In their labors Rut as thq price of honey lit advancing It JIm to me that It will be for the benefit of their worthy owner If they redouble their efforts So Uncle Tommy would put a lit UP saucer full of whisky and water In front of the hlvo each morning Tho bees would take a alp before they began work and the result was renewed energy on tho part of the bees and nn Incrcatto In the honey crop nut after II whllo Uncle Tommy noticed that Busier would como back to the hlvo three or four times n day and buzz around on the Inside ts If ho was In Buster Had Evidently Been imbibing Until He Was Tangled In His Dates rpcctlng things Then ho would take a nip of tho whisky and water and fly back to 11 eo that tho other bees wera doing their snare of tho wprk Uncle Tommy wits pleased nt what ho con iddcred Hiutcrs Interest In tho tmsl peas I hall been watching Duster and It didnt sosm to mo that It vns fllmiilj a dctfro to Inspect tho Interior of the hlvo tht called him from tho fields WhIJs Ilustor seemed nblo to at tend to his wotk it was evident that ho wan getting to bo Iho proprietor ul a thirst which would have l con a credit to a beo twice his weight Rack day he wanted moro whisky And water Klnally ho fell from grace Tho day hud been warmer than usual and HuiVy had been hitting line stimulant game iM Just before supper Undo iJi Tommy strolled over to the hive The sight that met his eyes was a sad one IlHster had evidently been Imbibing until ho was tangled In his dales It was time for the bees to quit work 1and turn in for tho night but Duster r thought It was morning and time to 4 begin work lie had taken his stand li kis front of the entrance to the hive aid every time a bee tried to go la t 0 je fluster would tackle rim mud drttq the imor perpluxcd hen away Ilut ho had such a rrrio that ho eOIIIIIIt iulto control his legs and every little while ho would stumble and fall oft tho Bliclf In front of tho hlvo Undo Tommy at first thought WB pct was sick Thou bo noticed nil tho wlllsky nnd water was gone and lio realized that It wns n ben jag not illness that raiinxl Musters queer actions flu was road dear throuGh A beo that I havo trained anti trusted and praised said Uucla Tommy indignantly And now you go and mako an exhibition of yoursult In this way What will thu other bees think of your actions How much sharper than a serpents tooth la a nuiocudo bro Uustor Koomed to understand the tenor of Undo Tommy remarks and Ito made a big effort to brace up It wnn a pretty uucr wful ono ton and uxcept for n little nlmldnoRi In hits legs no ono would have suapected the prlzo bet was carrying such n load Then Hunter crawled up to Uncle Tommy penitent like and trIed to make htm understand that ho was sorry be had sinned Uut Uncle Tommy won too angry nt tho evil cone duct of Hitxtor tr renpand to ills peal tent advanced Instead lin Jiwt brushed tho bee to the ground Uuntnr flaw up again to the nholf In fnmt of tho hive but Uncle Tommy brulhrll him nut This Is n hive for rlIl1ectablo bees said Undo Tommy suvereiy No buzzing tanks or bees who dla grace themselves by miscalculating hair capacity nre allowed In this hive Soak sumo beo gold euro and dont como near mo again until yon iro thoroughly reformed Hufter made a couple morn met ectunl nit0 III Ilhl to crawl Into the live or on Undo Tommys hand and ell him how sorry ho was lIt Uncle Tommy would have nothing to do with him ami at last Hunter gave a J w thotlc little buzz and flow away In n mighty saddened manner I told Uncle Tommy he had been too severe on his- pet bee Who 01 It that put whisky and water In front of tho hive of those virtuous bets and no led Buster to toll from grace I asked him You were the Riillly party not that poor Innocent little bee who In his desire tU work for yon look a little too much stimulant Supposing you were turned out of your happy homo every time an made a similar mistake it would bu n good Imitation of a contln anus performance vnudnvllln You aught to her remembered your own failings and been lonlont towards the abused Hunter hut ho was the foreman of the bees objected Undo Tommy A bet holdlag a responsljjlo position I- would soon have every beo on my- tBrm drunk If I Imdnt reproved hlO1 Uuuixlr porhapa I was a littlelicralt- In driving him away After this everything seemed tr go wrong with Undo Tomtnyn beo tndill try The bees hail fallen Into Iho- IUlhlt vt looking up to Hunter anti tale- lowing his dlitrlloitH about the worlc- nnd now that ho was not there 10- ktI11 an eye nil them they grow more shiftless every day Then Uncle Tummy supplied thorn with moro mulnnts The bees were perfectly wllllnK to Imbibe all tho booze hl1- wOllld put lu front of the hives bnt- Whln It Carne to hard work they rcnt in hue entry list Uncle Tomnls supply of honey kept falling off and to odd to the bitterness of the sltuation the market prlro was rising- Tho good man was In despair Its n Judgment on me ho said IllolntlCI for being too harsh to Illu- dlpltled Hunter If I could once mura- hear hln joyful buzz I would welcome- him with open arms and tint protest If ho rolled up n Jag every day Even If- Busier was a little thirsty ho always- took carfr that the rest of tho ecI- Intlel1lell to business and didnt Imbibe- more than was good for them A fow- marc weeks of the present regime will- turn my fonner Land of industrious workers Into a collection of hobo bees II they keep on the Vray they are ga ing I wouldnt bo surprised to see tbt1mJroln long beards and voting lie 1opullst ticket One evening when Uncle Tommy v ns wandering about Ms orchard In P- dlliconsollllo manner no noticed a big bro flying near Aim The boo apr Ileortlto bo doubtful whether to apr- proach Uncle Tommy didnt pay- much attention to him supposing It wits sonic belated boo that hadnt returned to the hlvo with the rest nut the Btmngo bee kept flying nearer nOl- Incarer nnd at last Undo Tommy saw It was the lone lost fluster Uncle- Tommy was tho happiest bee owner In the state of Iowa Como to my arms ho exclaimed M II tho bro could understand him- Return to the man who owns you and the past will be forgiven Muster couljnt exactly come to- Uncle Tommy arms bees riot being built on that plan lint he flew over and lit on Uncle Tommys sh ulde- rnndthtn buzzed about his head In n- manner that showed how glad he was to ho home again The next day Hunter routed out- every bee and saw that they oil turret In and dIll their little stunt gathering honey In the afternoon I called oq- UaoleTommy f found him out In the field wulchlnn Ids bees gather honey The busiest Lieu In tho whole bunch was the reformed fluster Uncle- Tommys face wore a look of placid contentThe prodigal has returned be said and your Uncle Tommys bee industry Is once more flourishing flute moro than the honey I value the reform in the fluster character When- loitered him some whisky and water this morning ho turned his back on It- theres a beo of moral character a bee that could be trusted In a dls Ullery r J aJ =J Y JESUS AND JOHN THE BAPTIST Sunday School Lesson lor Jan 1 2 SMcUllr Arrinted forTbit Pa p r LKHSONTKXTJohn 11741 Mvlnory Verses 29 50- QOLDKN TBXTiliotd the Lamb of sod which tttloitli sway tli Bin uf lb world john IJTUtl Jom the Hap tint began to preach In the nuuinier ut A n II fie preached Six months before Christ ape pIIrtt1 on tin conn Hi runtlnucl u year and thte inonttm preaching whll Ji us preaehtU till Match A D SS luulO was httplixttl January A D tl III I in ptntlon January and Vebniary llla oral dlsalplesIn K hriiury Tho lclcllI lion nt tile fhtrlecsVIruitrY tlACK The wlld iriMi of Judea The IK Ml nil eif JitiUs lit nethaleru on t- hiet lianli oC ate Jordan Comment and Suggestive Thought John preached the things that were mcesnar linforu one could outer the kingdom of jOII II Ilcpentnnc and confession of sin 1 A change of conduct that proved the rpVCIIIRIICO to be sincere 3 A public profos slop of this change of lUll by beptlsm essential to tho proof of their IIln cerlty to permananco of the now life and to power lor good 4 The king dom of Cod In at hand This preaching led people to In quire what duos ull this mean Who Is coming What In coming Tbo WJtnens of John to Chris- tII 1931 Tilt ClirUtlan wants proof Tlm i sne oil IOU Important for iTedullty Wo steed to know Tho ivitnoss of John is repeated reinforced more and moro clearly all down UK ages The facts written In the history ot 2000 years confirm his tcntlinuny Pint John Witness That Jesus la Uo ehltht Son of God lie rO- orUId to ho called ho Messiah Igo- was merely ore who announced his coming And when Jesus returned to tollmliiiru Jobi pointed him out to thu peopleIlnre Is the Messiah This Is tho Redeemer from sin This I s tho man whom God by sure signs uado known to ma as the Saviour Thcro li u great deal of evil In the world yet In the best of countries lathe best of people Rut it Is evil might ncninst It It gaining tho victory slowly but surely Tho very ovolntlons of evil the controversies and conflicts are signs that the power tiC Christ In working upon the evil I never ending conflict till the good has triumphed Second Julia Witnesses to Jesus as the Ucdtfcmcr from Sin V 29 tiehold the Lamb of God Jesus was- so named by John because the lamb was used In three ways ns n symbol of- Iho dullvornnco which Jesus brought J John and ills hearers were famtl tar with the icpresontutlon In Isaiah 37 ot the coming one as a lamb led to the slaughter 2 Still moro would thu Jew think of tho I Msover lamb as tho type and promise of an Uunal dellvcrnuce t3 The dally ertlcu of 11 lamb was continually neforu the Jews teaching them the caning of nil the sacrifices and con tluuuily reminding them of their- tleell of nn atonement fur sin It Is well worth noting that Jesus tiled for our slits nt the Passover feast and at tho hour of the dally suurltice Which tuketh away tbo- lIln of the world To bear away- ala Is to remove the guilt and1 punish maul of sin by oxplutfon or to causo tint sin ho neither Imputed nor pu- nhahedTlulycrs UicekKiiKlUh Lez 1 The work of Christ Is to do this- for the whole world till ths sinful world U changed Into tha sinless liirudlsu Urgillueil 2 Jesus pro- rides redemption for all the world 3 Ho pnnloin pant sin DO that It Is- no loiiKcr rvitivmbercd by him but II- Ibluthlloul forever 14 He Is In- fuct i moving shi frtxn the world Wherever ht routes Elulu lu lho- ptncern of rento nil from each heart- thllt ncvipl him and from the corn In mlty Third The Witness of tho holy- Stunt V Ildl sew the Spirit do- scuuding from heaven like a dove- and It abode upon him Ho dcsccu d no only lu tho umimcr of a dove Mutt In bodily chape of a dovo Otiki 172 This means moro than it- was UK plnln to him trjut Jesus mil- Iltlllttllcd 111111 SulrH us If he had- even tit Spirit In u vlslblo shape nllghlllllt upon him It was necel- lnry far his nstmnince mid that of tho- pOllllle thrt thorn should ho somo- vlllhlo proof of tho descent of thll- Spirit nn thurtt was at Pentecost anti tin resultK proven that tIm sign was arColllnllhII ht reality It may be- IlInt John saw thu effects In tho tie- monitor of leiun lu his liiwllnesu and- Byulpalby aid hollnusir Ull of which- rOlliI to their perlecl bloom nt anti In bis bnpllHin Kxi Urol rest Bn the KlKn that nrcomimnUil this power wsx Klvon to reveal thin fact In lei torn that could ho read from the- stam Hint tho InvlHlhlo llcly Splrl- nrinallyWRII lu make liv- ilearfact aid iiiuiilstnkiitilc In ttliov Slue Kiiiiri1 wliontw the innvwr ilulIts- cITult Cnmo Practical points- rlun Move eprIstses 1 rltl welling of Jesaa In our hearts airwiikuuiiit all the gentler ylovliiR ntfivlliinatt nunl- rtflilt rMlfiillU OVHllJOK llf Hplrlt grfChnusnces cif Icol I UK apt tit man air IIglit cannot be hidden If it Ceases 10 silo It ceanoti to esisL- Thu apostle ald in tee Corinthian Chrlstlans e pro our cplMliH known anti rend of all men manifestly declared to bo tbo epistle olChrhtt ministered by tis wrlttfm hut wilh Ink but with the Spirit of I Wa vltitliod t4 Cot 383 S SENATOR RAKED iti THE CHIPS Result of Statesmans First and Last Poker Game United States Senator Penroso Is considered well versed In many thlllgs hut unlike many men of tho world knows nothing about the click ot the poker chips Recently while In Nash Ington IIQ met a number pf senators engaged In the fascinating American game IJo lingered about tho table chdttlng to thn annoyance of the play era ami wan Hnalli1 Invited to toke e handWhy I dont know one card from another ho said Well wo will fix tip a schedule or the relative valuo of tho different hands for you said a western senn tor with a wink at his colleagues lie proceeded to write down one pair two pair tip to a royal flush The Ptinnnylvanlon was told that the hands Incroajed In value from the top of the list to the bottom Penrose not to bo unsociable bought n stntk of chips and mcchnn icnlly played tho same frequently con suiting his list What Is It when Iho cards are nn non color said tho senator after a pot had been opened and several ot his colleagues had stayed Chats a flush they cxrlalmec- OonmiltltiB tho suldo which had been given him nnd seeing that flush was near the bottom ho announced I think I had better ralso It The cards were dealt and the Penn lylvanlun stood pat Tho opener throw In a white chip and the others followed stilt until It reached Penrose who again raised the Trot to the limit I tendollar blue chip No ono called and ns cnrolle drew In tho chips one of the players inquired What have you goU Penroso throw down his Land Taco upward disclosing three hearts and two diamonds Thats not a flush they nil cried out Isnt It drawled lcnroSldI guess I had better quit and ho CAshed In n winner That was tho only poker game ho- OerlllarCd A Prophets Prophecy of His Death The noise oUiJIxons predictions reached the ears of King James who must need sees this fool Nixon cried out and made such ado that ho might not go to court and tho reason lie gave was that he should survive A hlmtlcal fancy this was considered The king being Informed of Nlxons refusal to go to court said that ho would take particular care that ho should not starve and ordered him to be presented He was soul for again nod soon after a messenger brought him from Cheshire That ho might bo well provided for It was ordered that ho should be kept hi tho kitchen where ho grew so U oublcMMto In licking anti picking the meat that the cooks locked him In a closet and the king going on u sudden from Hampton court to London they forgot poor Xlxon In the hurry and he- wns really starved to death Frota Tophecy and the Occult1 by Iteo Bennett In the Metropolitan I He Was the Limit The dear girls wero composing uotes on subjects of moro or less lmpor tunrYour beau teems rattler bashful said Stella Bashful echoed Mabel Wby bashful U no name for U Why dont you cncourago him quern l her friend I have tried answered Mabel but the attempt Was a measly failure Onl- ylut night I sat all alone on tho sofa- aol1 ho perched up In a chair as faraway as ho could get 1 naked him It lie didnt think It Ktrnngo that the- lengthint n mans arms was thesame tis the distance around a wornnns waist- ond what do you think ho lhS lust what any sensible man would- have done tried It I KIIPPOM Not any thank you lie nsked it I ould find u piece of string so W- 1cOllltlIUlIoIIn mid see If It was a flct- Alut he the llmltT V An Unpleasant Office The tank assigned to the bellboy at a enioll New England lintel was no- atnecrir and ho realized It for the Old gentleman who haul requested that hh awakened for nn early breakfast was extremely dear says the Youth Lronpanlortq krfow what Ill do w about the mot in Vo 41 that wanted lo go oft all ho seven ocknvk tmlii tutu bellboy annouucod breathlessly to Iho pm prfetressHavent you walked him nth yet- demanded that brisk person Ive waked him three tints said the boy sulkily but he hasnt heard Inc yet Everybody else hue though on that floor I know because theyv nil hollered to me to atop battering on their doors CasaYou hear so many people nowadays quoting about the way of the- tranllgresor What does that mean to younnywoy asked Young My boy replied Hanskeep the- weigh of the transgressor Is usually 1100 pounds of coal or lets to the ton Might Save Time x- John I cant make up my mind- whether to christen baby after Aunt Jane or Aunt Mary I 0 Aunt Jane of course Sker quite all rich end yorvso touch mora dehlcatC1w t r w- i 1 ate r a i K t1 01 IIC iIIfJj I t EL n 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAI- NSr r I r the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all 0 Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 stttej Largest college library is Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can beplaced with others like y 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 Atithmetla and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Ilfbe Handwork Lessons In 1 arm anti household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grado fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork 1 Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEh1Y REGULAR COURSE 2 yeas for thoso who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to I1 fit a young portion for on honorable and useful life y CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young manImay secure a diploma In Agriculture sad a young lady lu Homo Science fDtY COMMERCIAL I year or 2 years to nt for business Even a part course ou fall and wInter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ASYHPREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Get- man Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 yoars 1Ucrar5r Scientific and Classical courses wltB use of laboratories setentiflc apparatus arid all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the Profession of teaching First cSSS to SUi grade Model Schools enables one to get a nlat lass Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches noces nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory hand may be taken as n extra In connection with any course Small extra fear i Expenses Regulations Opening Dayst Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money rercalved frorrr students Is paid out for their benefit and the School on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than lie pays In Thta great deficit Is made up by the Rifts of Christian and patrlotlo people who are supporting nerea In order that It may train young mon und women tor lives of usefulness W OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to prutoottthe character and reputation of the young people Our students come from Clio best families and ore earnest to do well and improve For any Who may he tllcle the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Borea live In College buildings and ust In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and settlns pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It U expected that all will have a chance to earn iw much as 35 cents l week Some who need to earn pore may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage looks etc vary with different people nell favors plain clothing Ourcllmate Is the best but as students Rust attend clause regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes oro necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent- for I the One buildings In which students live charging only enough room a- srent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights nod washing of bedding land towels For table board without coffee or extras 1135 a week is- the fall and Jt50 In winter For room tfurnished fuel llgtUs wash Inl of bedding 40 cents a week In toll and spring fit cent In winter f SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is J1aldlot once and Is returnedrx when the student departs Secbnd an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for oaro of school build fags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of- teachersall our Instruction Is a free Rift The Incidental Fee for most mlents Is 300 a term J400 In lower Model Schools JCOO In courses with lntln nnd 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental teoad room rent by the tormloard by tho half term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 2950ln ono payment 29ool Installment plan first day 2105 Including Jl00 deposit middle of e term 94- 1WINTER12 weeks 2900111 one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle ei- term 1 900 o REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a- term receive back for money advanced Qn board la full except that no allowance Is made for any fraction or a weekOn room nil but fifty rents but no allowance tar any fraction ot a monthOn Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply tho amount 4 bids when he returns provided It Is within tour terms- but makingdo allowance for any traction of a month IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have made your Journey And are well- started In school it pays to stay as long as possible i THE FIRST DAY ot the winter term Is January 1 190S For Infonnatlon or friendly advice write to the Secretary r 1WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife vithto blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is north moro to the mgtuiytain people than any other dollar paper in the world= 1 ThKnifanet The Citizen for One Dollar I tic 31 That brings subscriptions all the time If you have cot got it joa lought to hare kyi D r r- i i P TxEscxooL I Problems of the District School Chapter VII Making the work Practically lief ifllNttlere 2 GRAMMAR This branch is ro thoroly practical SO necessary In the every day llfo of every person that it allargoStudy grammar that we may speak and write English correctly Every grown American ought to be able to do that Everybody must talk hence everybody must use the English lan- gUage since it Is the language of our country It Isn biassed thing to be brought up by educated people and to be associated with thorn but oven then ono cannot understand a language without making a study of it therefore it is taught in all schools To speak correctly is the first mark of nn educated person lIe may know little of mathematics and the world be none the wltor He may be Ignorant of any ono or of many of the Eocnllcd higher branches and still bo a cultured person But let him open his mouth to speak and commit a single blunder and his doom is scaled he is clawed with the uneducated The world cannot tako the time to look into ovary mans record to discover what he has studied and what he has not The one great test Is over at hand does ho speak correct English Wo have only to ask a question or wait for a pawing remark and very often the matter is settled A private seeking promotion was brought btiforo an army officer for examination The officers first remark was to ask him if he knew where a certain man was The private answered I seen him yesterday but I havent saw him today Ho was dismissed at once the officer remarking that a man who murdered the Kings English like that was not fit to give orders Another Illustration is that of a young lady who for several years had been teaching in tho country but who wishing a position In the cly schools s applied to the superintendent Ho at onco Inquired pleasantly It she had seen any of the Board She replied No I havent saw any of them Her examination went no farther and her excellent testimonials were not looked at She had failed to reco mend herself by avoiding common I + errors of speech Let it be understood that grammar is no test of the character of an individual A man may be a good citizen thoroly honest and upright and worthy of respect and know nothing of the rules of grammar It Is only a test of education and culture The private may have been and no doubt way a bravft and faithful soldier and the lady teacher was doubtless kind to the children and above reproach In conduct but both lacked one of the first essen tials for the position sought namely the ability to speak correct English- It Is often asserted that grammar Is the poorest taught of any of the bran ches in the district schools Pupils come out fairly proficient In geogra phy and arithmetic but extremely lame in the essentials in grammar There Continued Jfej It Is a common Idea among many of our best farmers that only the broken and dead parts of A fruit tree should be trimmed It is true that these are the parts which look bad and that cause disease and they should not be to remain on the tree Under natural conditions plants grow thickly one crowds upon the other and In that way all unnecessary branches nre out or not allowed to grow When wo set out an orchard we place the trees several feet apart j which prevents this natural pruning Nearly all fruit trees grow more branches than the tree has strength tc support and at the same time ylald a good crop of fruit D Every trek Is LIMITED in its FOOD SUPPLY and If we allow this to be used up in growing branches we have little loft to produce fruit Ins the fruit and not the branches that we are after Look into your apple orch ard and you will notice that the tree with a thick woody top produces are two reasons for this first the teachers were poorly taught and sec and grammar is a difficult study par ticularly iu its applications This 1 accounted for by the many peculiari ties of our language such as tho different ways of forming the singular and plural number tho use of regular and irregular verbs and of tho nomi native and objective cases In pronouns Pupils are plunged Into grammar and confronted with a mass of definitions rules and statements which to them has no connection with everyday speech and which BO confuses themn that they are helplessly lost boy was who declared I cant see no sense In grammar Much can be done by beginning early and keeping the work simple enough for the understanding of the Children First reader pupils can learn the correct use of lsal1l are has had have was and were and the lute holding to a few until they are learned The second reader class ran learn the forme of a few Irregular verbs such as see and do One of the commonest errors is that of using the perfect participle for the post tense as I seen and I done for I saw and I did These should be continually corrected and the forms for the different persons and numbers of the past tense many times repeated until they are firmly fixed in the minds of all and until they have learned to use them without stopping to think For example when a pupil says he or she or wo done this or that tho teacher should call attention to the wrong form and have It corrected Let some one Inflect the past tense as fol lows I did you did he did we did you did they did In ordinary speech there Is never any change In the past tense of a verb for person and number except In the verb to be Let It be observed that the perfect participle ot- a verb Is never used except In a per fect tense with have or has or In the passive voice with some form of tho verb to be Constant attention to these common errors for a few months will work wonders Pronunciation Is likewise a part of grammar and must not be neglected It Is perhaps more difficult to change ones habits of pronouncing some corn mon word than It is to correct gram matical errors If one has always said crap for crop or thar for there it is no easy matter to make the change However It Is easiest In early life and for that reason It Is best to be diligent In drilling correct pronunciation into the minds of the younger pupils All from the fourth reader up should be taught the use of the dictionary Every school in the land should be provided with an unabridged dictionary but if one is not obtainable an aca demic can be made to answer Encour age the children to look up the mean- Ing and pronunciation of words This will aid them materially In learning the diacritical markings It will also assist them In the study of words- t Week 11 I TEE FARMPruning Fruit Trees allowed crowded much smaller and more imperfect I apples We should therefore thin out ou trees so that there will be more food left to produce the fruit and also to let the sun light in to ripen the fruit and to keep it from rotting on the tree We should prune to check the growt- and keep the trees from growing tall so that the wind can easily break It 1 down Pruning Is of great importance in controlling many of our most dreaded plant diseases If two branches rub together and Injure the bark there a startIdark place so wo want plenty of light treesI a tree be done theIWe should begin to trim when the trees are young for then It is easy to make It grow as wo would like to have it It tho tree is already grown we can help it Take n sharp saw for the largo limbs and a good largo knife for the smaller ones Make every cut CLOSE UI to the limb from which It branches it we do this the wound will grow over If not a stub Is left which will de cay and catch water and disease branchs es thin out the spots branches aro the thickest and try to keep the tree balanced so that there will bo an equal amount of limbs on each sldo of the tree Cut off all that are too near the ground also any branch that crosses another so that both are injured In taking off a dead limb that Is liable to split slake two cuts the first from the underside and about half way through tho limb tho other from above and n little farther out from the tree than the first 3y doing this the limb will fill without splitting the main tree The stub should thftn be cut off close to the main tree and if possible paint with white lead or coal tar Thus It Is that a little work can greatly add to the pleas ure of the farm by Increasing the fruit supply IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from Writ Page J they will by sending In their subscriptions quickly for it costs rndn oy to be reminding them again and again when their time Is out Those that want to stop the paper will help i too If they will send an answer whoa j they get notice It they will do this lit will help a great deal and thqso do want the paper will get n better one and will get It longer at the old ratd There has been a threat of a general strike of the coal miners ot the count ry but an officer of the miners has announced that the Kentucky mines ire not likely to be affected Cow Wlllson has ordered a general Invest igation of all Kentucky mines to make sure that there will not be any Hsasters such as those which have come to other statcslTT tho last month Application has been made to Gov Wlllson for remission for the tine Imposed of D Fult French for contempt of court In connection with the Mar cumHargls damage suit The question was taken under advisement by tho Governor The negro educators of the state held a convention In Danville last seek to discuss the work for their race WORK FOR TEMPERANCE Continued from lint rate precincts voting dry shall be and remain dry 2 Let It be provided that in the event of a majority being cast against the saloon in any precinct ward district town city or county such prohibitive vote shall become operative within a reasonable time as thirty days after its being caat regardless of the date ot saloon licen ses held within such territory pro vided that a proportionate refund of the license fees shall be made to hold ers of the licenses for the time they have still to run 3 Let a Search and Seizure Law bo enacted providing for the raiding of suspected places the confiscating of liquors found therein If exceeding a certain quantity judged reasonable for private use and making Mho find- Ing of liquors in excess of such amount to be prima facie evidence ot guilty violation of the law against saloons placingrexpress pfflces which have given a majority vote against saloons In a special class and requiring a tax so large as to be prohibitive in case ot their delivering partieshsuch districts 6 Let a law be passed prohibiting people in local option territory from bringing into said territory any prohibited liquor and providing penalties for thereof RESOLVED 2 That wo call upon our rep ofaCongress to use their utmost efforts to have such legislation enacted as will effectually prevent liquor shipments from one State into districts in another State in which districts the people have by vote or petition prohibited the sale or gift of such liquors MODEL BI a SVSPENSJH- SIBL RS- a USEFUL GIfTS for the HOLIDAYS ttrecttvtly Picked In Basdaomesa k rair foxes n1 prWrdkt1 nbkrtbw sny olr al II roIIIInonl ntbet rail OUTWXA1TNREiORDINARYiiNOSWHICHMEANSrt Thu XOJTCOAfPO1TIBLinqdrtoen7adbberI didbrearRENESbnreYnbI Ma r h 4 s 1 i 1+ 4M r IN Inw 4 1 l1 cx- i I THE GOLDEN ROD Autumn onto again is here Time Is passing away The green leaf Is turning pale On this gloomy October day The wind Is rustling through the hills The treetops are turning gray The yellow leeavcs aro dropping During this dark autumnal day Tho glittering white frost has fallen Flowers are numbering few Tho pansies daisies and lilies Have already said Adieu Other flowers are dying Standing beneath tho sodf But the most lovely flower Is the yellow goldenrod Tho flower that was so bright On the uplands far away Is the beautiful Goldenrod That Is dying thuro today Among all the beautiful flowers That bow their heads to God Is the emblem of our country The golden Goldenrod C C Smith POLITICAL NOTES Taft Boom Grows Uruners Rash PromiseTUogislaturo to Meet Soon The Kentucky legislature meets next Tuesday and other polltloul things are being forced Into the Lack ground by It as far as this state Is concerned The governor is already at work on his message which will bo about wiiat The Citizen predicted He will urge nonpartisan election boards and a ro districting of the state Other questions of Importance will bo left for the time being but the Governor Intends to take thorn up later sending a number of short messages to tho legislature as they I are needed and depending upon pub lic sentiment to make the legislators give the laws that are needed There Is always danger with the short sessions of our legislature too many laws will bo passed and that they will not bo carefully enough made There are a good many new members this ytftvr and a lot of them have some kind of pet law or other that they want passed that may not do any good There are enough really Important things to do this session and It is hoped that tho men with prl vato bills will be headed off and will learn to seek the good of the stato Instead of their own advantage and foI will pass the Important laws and let the little ones rest IThero will no doubt be a deadlock for tome tlmo over tho election of a senator and there Is no knowing what the result will finally be It seems now that there are not enough men for either Bcckham or Bradley to elect either and that the few lade pendent Democrats wilt have It In their power to elect either one If they will Some Democrats are hoping that the Republicans will Join with I thorn In electing Senator McCreary or somo other Democrat but there does not seem any likelihood of this Mr Crabbe the new State Super intendent of Schools has kept his promise to tho people and appointed a bllmrtisan Board of Examiners Tho two men ho has named are Prof T T Cherry a Democrat and Prof Illgcnstlcn a Republican This will mean that the board can work for the improvement of the states schools without letting politics interfere with their doing the best for everybody I Prof Crabbo is tb be highly praised I for this and it is to be hoped that the other Republicans will do as well In remembering that many good Dem ocrats helped in their election and that there Is need of nonpartisan wisdom to give the state the best ofgovernmentThere a W J Bryan in tho U S Senato soon Ho is net the man who has been beaten for President twice but a young Florida lawyer who has been appointed by the gover nor to fill out Mr Malloryn term Dr Dan 1 Bruner thin new Score tary of State who did such good work in the campaign seems to have forgotten already tho nice things ho said about the rule of the people when he was on the stump A dinner was recently given in Indianapolis to boor VicePros Fairbanks for tho presi doncY and Mr Bruner promised that he would give this statas 20 votes to Mr Fairbanks Now any one who has been watching tho opinion of the PEOPLE In thin state knows that the most of them are for Secretary Taft Some aro not and some are trying to act as If they thought tho Presi dent was responsible for tho hard times and they were fighting Taft because ho would bo the kind of Pres PSH COWLEY M D ppectnlly prepnret to treat elbAaa of the Eye Nose Far and Throat Industrial Dulldln Jluea KJ hours I to 4 A tn c f ident Roosevelt line boon anti would make moro hard times But not of the people want another president like Rooscvolt So they want Taft Mr Urunvrs remark shows that he thinks lie can got tho delegates oven tho the people Want Taft Maybe he can Unless every delegate that goes to the state convention la Instructed by his homo folks that they want Taft ho Is likely to Jet twitched off There will be money for those who can bo bought and whiskey for those that are dry and smooth talkers for thoso that are straight and everything will be done to make the con vention vote for a man the stato dooo not want Why llccniiso Fairbanks Is a friend of the corporations and thinks that tho law ought not to hit the rich men that the reforms that the president has been making ought to atop because ho will bo ri rich mans president and will let the rich then run the govornmnet the way they URCil to There will bo all tho money that ho needs boeauoo the rich men want him for president and every thing that money can do ID got him will be done Bit he will not be the candidate of tho people of any state not oven his own And ho would not be tho president of any people but only of tho few rich mon Sir Brunor says Fairbanks helped elect the Republican ticket In this state and that the candidates are grateful to him Tho Citizen thinks that the people of this state who were tired of the misrule of iho Dome cratic ring elected tho Republicans and that the offIce wought lobe grno ful to the Djcoplo anjjwork for tho man the people want Tho Citizen which is thankful the Rcnjiblleans wore elected will work for the people and that moans that It will not work for Mr Uruncr In lilt attempt to make the dalogaton to ttlo state convention to vote for a man that tho people do not want Another book which has b cn got ten out by tho people with mllllrns to attack tho president Is The Raid on Prosperity by President Day of Syr acuse University Syrneuso Univer sity has received millions of dollars from a man who has been accused of brooking tho laws and who Is likely to get Into trouble it tho president keeps up Ms work or It lip next president Is as good a one Of course that may not make any difference The book however is not an argu ment It Is a lot of talk strung together without starting anywhere or going anywhere but saying nil the moon things It oem about Roosevelt It couldnt find many trim things to say so It filled up on lies This Is worth noticing as a proof of the fact that some one with millions la trying to hurt the president and mateo tho people believe that ho has hurt them which ho certainly hiss not NIGHT RIDERS INPANIC Lawlessness Meeting l h Rewai In Tobacco Districts Dig Lexington Sales The boot is beginning to be put on the other toot In the tobacco districts and It looks as If tho lawless night riders and tho planters that supported them will reap more than they expected In the first place a cpeclal session of court has been call ed and a grand Jury is Investigating things so thoroly that the night rider are in a kind of a panic and many are said to be leaving tho country Many witnesses kayo been summoned and seem so sure of tho protection of tho law that they are telling the facts Indictments are expected and It Is likely that some of the night- riders and barn burners will soon be wearing stripes The fact that lawlessness brings more lawlessness lifts been shown In a movement of some working men of that port of tike country to drive out negro labor Warnings have been received by many ot tho planters against hiring negroes and threat of barn burning and other outrages have been made Of course the workmen havo Just as good a right to burn barns as the planters havo which is none at all and it Is a kind of po etical Justice to have the conditions of lawlessness which tho planters have made come back on them In this way In tho districts whero there has not been much violence on the other hand the planters seem to be winning There have been Immense sales in the warehouses in Lexington and some in Winchester where the work has hard ly begun and the trust has with drawn almost all Its buyers from that district BO that men not in the association will have ifttlo chanco to sell Two Lots For Sale v Prospect Street 4iL p W L Flaner- r 0 P v Mi THE MARKET Borea Prices Eggs per doz20c Butter per Ib200 Potatoes Irish per buO 80fl 00- liUilccs f Sweet llerbu3 00 Apples per buJ GO3 00 Macon pr lb 1220 Liam per lb 17c z Lard per IbIO120 Turkeys undrctted ll12c- HabblU each lOc Chickens on foot per lb104 Chickens dru d per lb 12H Hickory nuts per bu 0 76f 1 00 Walnuts per bu 49Wi I Live Stock t Louisville Dee 31 107 t Choke export utoors 4 75 G 00 Light shipping ntoora 4 GO 4 71 Choice butcher steers 4 25 4 75tMedium butcher tin 3 65 4 15wCommon butcher sirs 3 00 3 CO Choice butcher halters SCO 425 GOeCommonChoice butcher cows 3 CO 4 00 Medium butcher cows 300 3 CO Common butcher cows 25 3 00 Canners 1 00 225 Choice fat oxea 4 25 4 76 i Medium oxen 3 00 4 00 Choice bulls 3 00 3 21 1 Medium bulls 2 GO 3 00 I Common Gulls S 00 260 Choice veal calves C 00 C 0- Mmllum veal onlvcsj 4 00 C QACommon calves 2 CO 3 Good feeders 4 00 4 75 Medium feeders v 3 CO 4 00 Common feeders 3 00 3 CO Cholco stock steers 3 CO 4 00 Medium stock steers 3 00 3 CO Common stock steers 2 CO 3 00 Choice stock helter 3 00 3 60 Medium stock heifers 2 M 3 00 Common mixed stockers 2 60 3 00 ChSlce milch cows 35 00 40 00 Medium milch cows 25 00 30 00 10 00 000 IU005 7GII iso to 200 Ibs 4 75 I Choice pigs 00120 Ibs 4 00 4 26 Light pigs 5090 lbs 4 15 4 26 Light shippers 1201CO Ibs 4 CO Hough lW GOO Ibs 2 CO I 425iI sues Choice fat sheep 3 CO 4 09- Medium Iheep S 00 3 CO 00j Choler sprint lambs 5 00 6 CO Good butcher lambs 4 CO 6 00 Culls and ta11uda 3 00 4 00 t 1 MISS PORK J10 GO HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure 13c heavy to medium 13 4 to 134e SHOULDERS 14BACONClearular clear sides lOc breakfast bacon 4 lc sugar cured shoulders SVic bacon extra lOc bellies light 12c heavy He- LAriD f t Prime steam in tierces t 1pureper lb POULTRY Spring chickens small tlUCDIlImaH rabbitsIper IWUEATNo1 red and long berry iJand long berry 98c I CORNNo 2 white C5V4c No3Imixed 6544 I CSVic OATS NO 2 white Me Ns 2 mind RYENo 2 Western 91c nominal No 2 Northern Olc Tan Bark J7HITies TIESPrIce At the station at fierem Firm 48c culls 20eboth 8 and 8y toot lengths Siakes Prices paid by Standard Wheel Coat Berea for black or shell bark hickory spokes split or sawed Per Thous Flat sice A and B grade S 16 01 First size C grade I M First size D trade 7 M Second size A and D grade 21 M Second set C jrade 12 Ofl Second size D trade 9 Of Third size A and D trade o25 M Third size C trade 12 M Fourth IlIeA and B trade 30 01 First size is Itfln on the heart 1 In deep and 21 to 31 Inches long Sec ond else Is 2 in on the heart 2 la deep and 30 In long Third size Is 24 In on the heart 2 In deep and 1 30 in long Fourth size is 2UIn on the heart 2tt in deep and 30 in long A tit Df Grade is goods sound whit coarse heavy growth tare tlmb8l1full to sizes and free from defects- C I Grade is good sound white tin ber that is lighter In weight u4growth is finer and not so heavy M the A B Grade It must be tree fresh t defeat also u4 full to slaw I t J 1 at ONCE MOHETHEI ii STORY OF BETRAYAl WILL DE TOLD THE COURT AND JURY BY EVELYN NESDIT THAW 4 EVIDENCE OF ALIENISTSt WILLBEYt REPEATED Prisoners Wife Will Be Again the Storm Center of the Trial Next In Importance Will De the Testimony of Experts Who Testified Before New York Dec 30Ono week from Monday Harry K Thaw will bo railed n second time before a Jury to make hilt defence to tho charge of having mur dered Stanford Wine Tlioro havo been several postponements of tilt date ef the second hearing of this rioted case but It IH said now thoro wilt bo no further delay Mrs William Thaw mother of tho defendant la expected In tho city by next Saturday Mrs Thaw has boca in poor health It Is reported but b llflvca she will be able to be with her ton at tho trial Other members of tho family circle Including Mrs George Carnegie Har ry Thaws sister wad Joslah and Ed j wArd Thaw hln brothers ore also ex retied to reach tho city during thv week and will remain throughout the O trial Tho Countess of Yarmouth the defendant sister is nt present In England and Is not expected to attend the second trial Mrs Evelyn Nesllt Thaw who has been a dally visitor at the Tombs over since the fret Thaw jury disagreed wilt be one of the first arrivals In tho courtroom on Monday next There have been many rumors an to tho plans of tho defense for the second hearing of tho case and It has beat lredlctcd that nn entirely now line ot action might bo followed It can bo uthorltntlvoly stated however thu tho defonno will again be tho same that Evelyn Nesbit Thaw will again relate tier story to tho jury and that an Imposing array of alienists will gain undertake to establish tho tho wry that Thaw was insane at tho time ao killed Stanford White In the Med lion Bqunro roof garden but line sine recovered his mental balance and ihcroforo la entitled to freedom Thin theory was expounded at length the tint trial but after tho tak iingof mach export testimony and after a lunacy commission had de dared Thaw nane at the present tlmo she plea of temporary Insanity wwi I practically abandoned In tho summlnx in ap ch of Dclphln M Dolman the California attorney who made an alp most direct appeal to the socalltd Hun written law In the coming trial It r 1jj a declared thero will be no mention JT R higher or unwritten law but the jefenio will adhere strictly to a plea jf legal Insanity at thu time tho crlmo was committed There Is no longer any doubt that Evelyn Thaw will take the stand In Jefcnso of her husband Without Evelyn Ncsblta story u tho moving cause for tho Insanity which spent Its fury In the death of Stanford Y White Harry Thaws plea for Immunl ty from punishment would have but little loft to Bland upon Evelyn ThAw will bo again tho storm center of tho stint and next In Importance to hor- I story will bo the testimony of several JllcnlMB who testified before OIL WAS USED To Calm Troubled Seas Fierce Holi day Trips of Ocean Liners r New York Dee 30A fleet of seven trnniatlantlc atoamshlps thoJ Campania Cedric St Louis Pannomu I Pretoria Cardonla and Minneapolis r amo creeping into purl bearing scorn of battering Rena which delayed them i day In their trip screen tho Atlantic On Christmas day tho storm was eo aeavy that only a dozen of tho cabin nassnnscrt of the SU Louis went to ho room for dinner None of the IIdintng were seriously damaged though nl time tho officers of the M Pretoria used oil to calm tho turbulent scan Tho Campania brought 3000000 in ipcclo and the Cedric UOOOOO Kilts Woman Commits Suicide Barton Vt Dee lOArtol shootlns and killing his motherinlaw Mrs Lydia M Durkee 70 years old driving his wlfo mill children from homo and holding at bay n sheriffs posse which iiirroundci his houses Edward Butter field a farmer won found dead In bed having shot himself IHilcrfleld Is sup posed to liavo been crazed by liquor 4TheDry lt Ever Now Orleans lA DQC 30Now Orleans Gummy experienced the drycut Sunday In several years duo to rigid f enforcement of thaSunday closing law Probably pot moro than half n dozen saloons sold moro than n nominal number ot drinks and tier hdmljtb only regular patrons by previous ap + pointment M- FrP Our Millionaires London Dcc130Trh plcXSaf tho c Knnn art collection purchased b Iu Iveen Brolhorn last August for a stun I reputed to beJ the neighborhood oft 4000000 gone to America one of rim chief purchasers being Mrs Collls P Huntington StruckI Noblo Coos well NO I which came I VQII tIP new tract fully a quarter ot d mllO fiouthwosttof the proven field scsti mated by experts to bo doing nt leastI r b000 bnrrls yc tl A1 et J e l1 3YSTEBY IN GRUEL MOLDER WOMAN3 NUDE CODY FOUND IN POND AT HARRISON N J Killed In the Night Chs Wca Been Creating Heckentsck Moadowa with Man Newark N JA murdqr combining the elements of mystery and dollb orate cruelty that take It out of tho ordinary was committed on the Hack onsack Meadows In Ibo town of liar neon early Thursday and the nude body of the victim a comely woman of perhaps 30 years was found nearly submerged in tho Icy waters of a lit tIe pond Only tho feet projected when chance passeraby broko tho Ico In which the exposed portions wore In crusted and dragged the body ashore Tho dead woman was finely telL tured her hair and nails gave evi dence of a recent and scrupulous toilet and such of her clothing an was subsequently found suggested In texture and style an owner of refine mont Two men who occupied a yacht moored near where tho body was found aro detained by the police Tho most Important clew obtained was furnished Thursday night by Peter Coogan a watchman employed by tho Marine Engine company who recognized tho body as that of a woman whom ho had seen crossing the meadows In company with a man early In tho day Later ho saw tho man alone Ho then curio a bundle la life arms Tile man was short and toutTwo girls returning to their homo In Harrison long after midnight heard a womans cries floating over tho marsh laud They seemed to come from tho direction of the pond and to the startled girls sounded like Spare me and Help Nearer homo tho girls wero approached by n well dresecd stranger who accosted and followed them until a policeman was met with when ho turned and fled WASTED PUBLIC FUNDS New York Water CommUiloners Will Do Removed by Mayor Now York As a result of tho Investigation made by tho com missioners of accounts Into tho award of the contract for the construction of tho Ashokan dam a part of the cltya sow water supply system tho board of water commissioners will be ro moved by Mayor McClcllan unless lib action Is forestalled by their resig nations This was made known Wednesday following tho receipt by tho mayor of tho report of tho com missioners of accounts John Purrny Mitchell and Philip R Gaynor The water commissioners Edward Simmons Charles N Chadwick and Charles N Shaw awarded tho Aeho kan contract to MacArthur Brothers company whoso bid was 12669770 against 110316530 bid for the work by tho John Pelrco company Protests wero Immediately flied and an Inquiry was ordered by tho mayor Charges of Incompctcncy and misconduct based upon an alleged wosto of public funds will be preferred against tho members of tho water board FAIRBANKS IS INDORSEp Nomination for Presidency Urged by Indiana Republicans Indianapolis Ind Hcsolutlons wero adopted unanimously Thursday at the biennial love feast of Indiana Repub Means urging tho nomination of Vice President Charted W Fairbanks for tho presidency Tho resolutions were Introduced by Coy J Frank Manly and were adopted with a round of cheers by tho thou sand and more active party workers of tho stale who were present KULP DISODEYED ORDERS Court Martlai Recommends That Iowa Captain De Reprimanded DCS Moines laTho couKmartiDl trying Capt Kulp of company D Thir tyfourth regiment for alleged failure to stop a prlzo fight upon the orders of Adjt Gen Thrift on the night of November 21 returned a verdict late Friday holding Capt Kulp while ho may not have Intentionally die obeyed tho orders of Adjt Gen Thrift did so and the court rqcoramondcd that he bo reprimanded Pacific Coast Unprotected Seattle WashT C Woodbury act Ing commander of tho dopartment of tho Columbia TI S A In a otatoment Wednesday said that tho whole Pacific coast wQlliih bo helpless In case tho naYy should prdvcy unabtir to prevent the landing of a force of 20COQ Japanese or other foreign army at any of the numerous unprotected bays along tho coast Conscription for lrazllj v Rio De Janeiro The senate Friday on third reading approved tho govern ment bill requiring obligatory military service under conscription Rich Man Dies on a Train Lincoln Nob Maxwell Spencer agod 20 of No 24 East inety sixth BtrpcJ Now York a young radii of evident wealth died on the eastbound Burlington trau as It entered Lincoln Friday oveijlng Mob Breaks Chinese Quarter Lothbrldgc Alberta Becauuo they believed that a prominent citizen had been mnrderedcjiLa qhlnesorestau rant ll men d the Oriental quarter of the town and wrecked the llhllrMlr R + Wrj MrWvpidki + V1 1 n 0 THREE PERISH IN WRECK TRAINS COLLIDE ON ELEVATED TRACKS AT CAMDEN N J Seventeen Others Suffer Injuries When Crash Occurs as Result of a Heavy Fog Camden N JThree persons were killed and 17 Injured in a collision on ho elevated tracks of thq Pennsyl vania railroad just outside tho station hero Friday when a Pumberton ac commodation train ran Into tho rear rtf an Atlantic City express A heavy tog wan the principal contributory cause of tho accident Tho dead aro C It Brown Moorestown N J J L Oarbarlnl Mount Holly K J T L Webster Merchantvllle N J All thoso killed or injured were passengers in the first car of tho Porn Norton accommodation The fog was so thick that tho engineers of tho two trains were running cautiously ind just outside tho station the At laude City train was signaled to stop Tho engineer of tho Pambcrton train ailed to see tho Atlantic City train In tlmo to avoid a collision but ho instantly jammed his brakes down bard when It loomed up through tho fog Tho sudden jolt forced the tender of tho Pembcrton train Into tho first car wrecking It badly and either killing or Injuring everybody in the teach Tho train however did not come to a full stop but slid Into the rear of the Atlantic City express causing the tender to still further tel escope the first car EDITOR BONFILS ARRESTED Cenverlte Charged with Assaulting ExSenator Patterson Denver ColFred O Bonflls one of tho proprietors ot tho Denver Post was arrested Friday on a warrant sworn out by Thomas M Patterson termer United States senator and prin cipal owner of the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Times charging him with assault and battery Mr lion flls was taken before Justice of the Pence Thomas Carton who Issued the warrant and furnished bonds for his appearance for trial The assault was committed Thursday as Mr Patterson was walking from his homo to his office Mr Don Ills knocked Mr Patterson down and struck him repeatedly Inflicting painful injuries Missouri Dank Robed Camden Point 1IJ0Tho Bank of Camden Point was robbed by three men Friday and 4QOO In currency was taken A fierce battle between citi zens and the robbers took place In which many shots wore exchanged but tho robbers escaped They wero ll raUcil by a posso and surrounded In tho hills near Dearborn six miles from Camden Point Society Man Kill Himself Now York Despondent over continued illhealth Henry F Terry a wellknown society man of Brooke lyn committed suicide by shoot- Ing hlrriBclf through the chest In Pros poet park Friday night C M Dow Accidentally Killed Tulsa Okla Charles M Dow aged 28 years son ot Charles M Dow of Jamestown N Y a bank president and one of the most prominent oil pro ducers In the United States was killed by the occidental discharge of a gun I Friday Whole Burned to Death H llcs qanYop roni wcru burned to death Ina fire which destroyed tho house of John Clark at Watertown a suburb Friday Every number of this Clarl nzRyUCrlebpdw h1It Muk URGED TO GO TO BROOKLYN New York Rent Strikers Are Be sieged by Agents Now York Real estate agents from Brooklyn went Into thjj crowd ed tenement house districts on the East side of Manhattan Friday and tried to do missionary work In their own Interests by urging the tenants I who are now engaged In a crusade for lower rents to move to Brooklyn But activity of outsiders did not seem to disturb tho local real estate owners and agents Ono of thorn said that the East eider Is a clannish crca turo and likes to associate with tho friends and neighbors whom ho has known since his arrival from Europe- A majority of there come right hero from tho steamers that bring them over or from tho Immigrant sta tion he said They stay here too until such tlmo as they have earned their little piles and can move else whereAt Socialist party headquarters on Grand street It was learned that the evictions which have been made since the rent strike was decided upon have no real connection with the movement Such evictions ore for failure to pay rent for the present and past months The crucial point will come If at all when tho collectors make their January calls WORK OF JAPENESE SPIES Maps of Portland and Its Pipe Lines Have Been Secured Portland Ore Mayor Harry K Lane created a sensation Friday In an address before tho National Guard as sociation when ho declared that agents of tha Japanese government had se cured accurate maps of the city of Portland maps and specifications of every roadway leading into the city nn l tho various pipe lines from which the city obtains Its water supply Mayor Lane did not discover the presence of tho alleged spies until their work was completed whereupon hu transmitted his Information to Washington and was asked to furnish all tho details of the operations of the alleged spies Veteran Diplomat Passes Away Washington John Chandler Don croft Davis for tho past 24 years reporter for tho United States su premo court and formerly United States minister to Germany died hero Friday Ho was born In Worcester AmollltlMr Davis were those of secretary of the United States legation at London assistant secretary of state agent for the United States government before tho Geneva court of arbitration for the settlement ot the Alabama claims and Judge of tho United States court ot clnlhis DepotSpringfield battle following tho robbery of the Vandalla passenger depot In Smlthboro Friday one of iwo robbers was shot five times atSorentmen Here reported as being In a seri tits condition Tho pal of tho wound of robber was arrested and locked up Bon till and Patterson Fight Denver ColA warrant was sworn out Thursday night for the arrest of Fred G Bonflls one of the proprietors of the Denver Post The warrant was sworn to by exUnited States Senator Thomas M Patterson as the result of an encounter between tho two men at an early hour In the morning during which Senator Patterson was knocked down and painfully Injured This was the culmination of n news I spec tight which has been going on for Some years between the proprietors oajte Post and Patterson rJ d IN DANVILLE JAIL Under Heavy Guard Negro Reed Begs For Protection Danville Kyln tbo custody of several deputy sheriffs Charles Reed the negro who probably fatally shot Chief of Police Smith of Harrodsburg arrived here and at onco was placed in Iho county Jill for safekeeping The deputies said that to toll a mob of some 50 or CO armed men bent upon taking Reed from Harrodsburt Jail and lynching him they had hustled him out of tho building through a secret exit dragged him to a railroad track flagged a train placed him thereon and brought him to this town A strong guard is on duty at tho jail here as Harrodburg in only nine miles distant and tho deputy sheriffs fear that tho mob when it Jearns of tho escape wlll come to Danvlllo to seize thoprl9IJner- Reed bees his captors to protect him Ho Is in abject terror despite prom lees of tho officers to keep tho lynch Ing party out of the jail OFFICIAL PLUMS Distributed By Secretary of State Elect Bruner as Christmas Gifts Louisville Kyin tho form of Christmas gifts to his friends Dr Don L Bruner secretary of stateelect an flounced his appointments for his of fice staff As had been understood Jackson Morris of Jackson county was mado assistant secretary at a val cry of 1000 Will L Lyon of Horsa Cave Hart county was made corpora tion clerk at a salary of 1800 Mr Lyon is from Dr Bruners own county W K Bldwell of Louisville who made himself famous during tho lao cam paign by accompanying tho governor as a staff correspondent for the Louis yule Herald was given a 1500 clerkship Floyd Thatcher of Morgantown was made office secretary and stenog rapher at a salary of 1200 Tho appointment for the assistant secretaryship of state must be approved by tho governor Warnings on Christmas Tree Mayfield KyRobert Illllman and James Richardson of the northwestern part of this county attended an enter tainment at Jacksons Schoolhouse and received warning notices which had been put on tho Christmas treo for them by unknown persons Tho notices were wrapped separately in small boxes with a skull and crossbones marked on the top and warned them not to deliver tbo tobacco they had already sold to buyers who do not belong to the association Suspect Night Riders Lexington KyTwo fires In the eamo neighborhood and of mysterious origin caused tho spreading of tho report that night riders were abroad In Faycttfi county One of the seven JIg tobacco barns all filled with burley on the farm of 5V Z Thompson near Doncrall was destroyed At tho same time about a mile away half a hun tired men were beating out games that destroyed six acres of stubble and threatened tho destruction of two Dig barns on the farm of Thornton Moore Fatally Wounded His Uncle Williamsburg yJohn Watson shot and fatally wounded his uncle Lee Watson at the home of tho for mer John Watson claims his uncle came up to his fence where he was standing with a shotgun and told him e was going to kill him whereupon ho hot him Ho surrendered Crushed By An Auto Louisville Ky While running at a high rate of speed an automobile occu pied by and belonging to Robert Kle- ter superintendent of the Old Times Distilling Co skidded to a curbing and ran over Mary Lultorbeck 8 years old Both her legs were crushed and she was Internally Injured Aged Minister Dies Madlsonvlllo KyTho Rev J C Hopewcll aged 71 years died hero of erysipelas Ho was formerly pastor of the Baptist church here Ho leaves four children Mrs W P Filmore of St Louis Mrs J W Thompson Judgo WC Hopowell and Miss Nora hope well Banana Killed Him Frankfort KA banana given a few days ago to Robert Hulett 19 of Benson by Miss Myrtle Moore his sweetheart caused his death although the gift was Intended as an net of kindness Hulett was convalescent ty phoid foyer patient Will Invite Ministers Louisville XyA formal call has been Issued hero for the convention of tho Model which will be held in January 21 ind 22 Ministers and ctvlc reformers will be aak lio attend Cost Him His Life Frankfort Ky Carrying out his pledge never to miss the Inauguration of a republican governor of Kentucky cost Robert hubs a Carter county re publican his lifo for word was received that the Illness Hales contract ed Inauguration day has proved fatal Saloons Must Close on I yTbo upper board of council passed the two liquor ordi nances When tho mayor signs them saloon licenses will be 500 All places must close at midnight and remain closed all day Sunday Aa T I t J rROUNDABOUTTHESTAfEj DifferentsP Louisville Sundays- LouhwJllo BOUND BY BLOOD OATH riAdjutant General Believes Night Rio tiers Have Taken Pledge Lexington KyMaj P P Johnston Kentuckys new adjutant general who is depended upon to settle the night riders troubles in the tobacco belt lefttagain for Hopklnsvlllo- Ho hopes to convict tho men guilty of assisting in the burning of the sev eral tobacco warehouses at Hopkins vlllo without trouble but admits that to bring them before the grand JurlelJIwhile the present state of feeling fX Itts would be equivalent to dl8mlaillnI J them Maj Johnston after a weeks inves tigation is firm in the belief that there IK a blood oath among the riders and that no member of the organization fL will betray his neighbors qsianI Ibocountenance the night riders but he la confident that there is a secret klan inside the association which Is respon i Bible for the outrages g LOUISVILLE JUSTICE I Accused Ir1WithholdingLouisville KyFive wprronU four charging Magistrate Frank J Hoffman with false arrest and the other accus leg him of false swearing were served upon him here They were sworn out by County Attorney Scllgmari The following sums are said to have been held by Hoffman as justice of the peace 25 tho property of H A Richardson 104 belonging to Isaac AldrIdge 5895 to W A Arnold and 3765 to A M Link The fifth chargo accuses the magis s trate of having sworn that he hnd paid over money to one Cornell which oath Cornell and tho county attorney swear in false Hoffman makes the defense that the rule of his court Is not to pay over money until the 60 days for appeal r have passed st Gunning Casualties Louisville KyAmong tho casual ties hire was tho death of Lytton Stout aged 11 who with Robert Stiv ers a chum went out hunting to So touvlllc a suburb Lytton slipped o- nt bank and the contents of his gun were discharged Into his side Henry Lyons aged 23 shot off an old flintlock his greatgrandfather had used and when the weapon burst it tore off his f- rIght arm Third Times a Charm Louisville KyFor the second time this city has been enjoined from build Ing the tuberculosis ward of the city hospital Several days ago It was proposed to erect a ward on Chestnut street but Judge Miller granted an In junction Then earth was broken at the Intersection of Preston and Madi son streets and another Injunction fol I lowed Sheriffs Puzzled Frankfort Ky Owing to tho ques tion of the constitutionality of the Croan dollar dog tax law the sheriffs are unable to make their final settle meats with tho auditor and receive their commissions Sheriff T J Hill of Lincoln county was told by Auditor Hager that such settlements will beheld up until the question is decided Boosts the Licenses Maysvllle Ky Pursuant to the e concerted plan of Kentucky mayors the common council of this city or tiered saloon licenses increased from 300 to 500 and druggists liquor li tenses from S151i to 500 Tho volt was unanimous There aro 22 saloons and five drug stores here but Jnly three ot the latter sell liquor School Teacher DiesaSit Sterling KyMiss Katie Cor bett died at the homo of her father John Corbett hero of cancer Slio Walt about 35 years oldT a wldelykiiown and highlyesteemed school teacher She Is survived by five brothers and three sisters Two Hurt In Auto Wreck Lexington Kyln an automobile wreck on the Versailles plko Henry S Berry Win S Detts Henry Loudemun f and W R Welsh were burled under h 1 the machine Berry sustained n broken nose and Betts a number ot bruises Richardson Comes Out Frankfort YWON was received hero that Representative Gus W Rich ardson of Mendo county has an nounced himself as a candidate for prison commissioner to succeed Flnley k Fogg j Tobacco Grower Disappears Lexington KyA search for Lon Rico a Scott county tobacco grower has been Instituted by the local police Ho came hero last Thursday with n load ot tobacco sold H on Friday and sent his team homo In charge ot a help r er 1obns not been hoard of slneo Which Shall It Bet Louisville Ky Brewers hero flro complaining that the Increase ln tho prico of malt and barley so re ducedtheir profits that lheyromatdl practically nothing and either mea3ur must go down or prices oust go up rue yi 0- a1J t f y Cooeeeoeo o otWo ao o o o o o eeeoeooeo u East Kentucky Correspondence t f News You Get Nowhere seint crrMpta ct pabnike lalM itgaed la toll by ttt writer Tat aamt ti fit for jtbUcaota tit at ai iridtae tf toad tape Wrttt plainly o ooooooooooooooooooooooooo o Mountain Life as we Mean to Make it Good Roads Good homes Good Churches Good School BEREACAPITAL OF THE MOUNTAINS ESTILL COUNTY nAPPY TOP Happytop Dec 25Christmas Is here now and all seem to be enjoying themselves Mr Joe Farthings entertained friends and relatives Christmas dliylIrs Joe Farthing Is very sick with pneumonlaMr and Mrs P Miller are visiting the latters grand parents Mr and Mrs Den Hargraves Mrs Josle Tunguate who has been d crippled for about six months Is now RedIAlcorn rre visiting Mr C W Har graves and family Mr Lllbern Lake was the guest of C F McGee Christ dayMr and Mrs Albert Willis 4arevisiting the latters sister Mrs Farthing Mrs Jas Hall of Wa gcrsvllle Is visiting her brother Mr Houstln DarkerThe Happytop school closes January 3 t tireaErsvlLLr- r Wagersville Dec 28The young I people are enjoying the holidays very ruuch The Christmas tree given by the Sunday School was very nice Misses Ella and Maude Park enter tained quite a number of friends Wed nesday These present were Misses t Lena Edwards Hetha Scrlvner Kath erlnt Grace and Fan Wagers Messrs Hume Wagers Frank Congleton and Willie Wilson Hume Wagers went n to Irvine Thursday to spend a few daysDr Ed Edwards was called to College lUll Friday to see a sick lady Mr and Mrs W E Parsons are visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs O W ArvlneThe young people at tended a party at O W Arvlnos Friday night All report a fine time Arnold the son of Mr and Mrs J M Edwards has been very sick but Is improving Albert Tovls of Moberly Is visiting relatives at this placeMr and Mrs Jeff Wagers and family en tertained quite a number of their friends Thursday There were about twentyfive In allMr and Mrs Jim Wilson were In Richmond last week Mrs J M Haynes was the guest of f beentsickJtagain Mrs Wm Cox Is still very Drs Marcum and Edwards will meet there Saturday afternoonAm brose Wagers will leave Monday for I Berea where he will attend school Little Ora Kelly Is on the sick list OWSLEY COUNTY BOONEV1LIE- Boohevllle Dec 30 The most jpteuant Christmas In years Tha iChrtmas entertainment at the Acad emy was well attended The common schools of the county are almost all I closed and the teachers are mostly arranging to attend school the rest of the yearC H Minter of Hamilton I i has finally wound up his busi ness in South Boonevlllo and return ed to OhloDr W H Glass of South Boonevllle who went to Flor I ida to spend the winter became dls satisfied with his surroundings there and has returnedThe Grand Jury at the term of court just closed did Its full duty returning 157 true bills During the term three persons were sent to the penltentary John Mason i one year for false swearing Dudley Hacker three years and James Couch two years both for house breaking The wife of Sam Noble on the bead j s of Meadow Creek died very suddenly I j recently so much so that some of the 1neighbors became suspicious of foul I W i play particularly as there were rumors I that her married life had been un t happy Justice Hall was notified and proceeded to the place where he em paneled a jury and held an inquest The woman had been dead so long 4 however that little could be told f from the body The jury was unable to ffnd any evidence of foul play or Irr- egularity1 and TIJCCKHT so reported Vincent Dec 29 Christmas is over and our country can boast of one of l i I t 1 the finest Christmases that has pass ed for years Mr Patrick Mayso and his son Andy spent Christmas with relatives In Laurel County Browi Bowman was in Irvine last week on business John Warren was the guest of Harvey Marcum over Christmas W H Venable and wife spent Christ mas with J D Scott of Buck Creek Mrs W H Venablo who has been confined to tho house for come time with Lagrlppe Is able to be out again Mr Wallace Botncr was in Lexing ton last week on business Elby Hurst of Jackson county Is erecting a new house on the farm of his fatherinlaw J C Brewer and will add another citizen to our community T B Ven able was on Island Creek a day or two last weekThe school at Travellers Rest conducted by Mr S P Caudell closed Dec 27th with much credit to Mr CaudellJust send me The Citizen once n week and I will know the rest MCKCASTLE COUNTY TVEST SIT VKIINOX West Mt Vernon Dec 23 Circuit court closed this week Only one sent to the penitentiary I A Bowman left yesterday for Jackson County for a few days visit The singing school at Rose lull is progressing nicely wit Elder and Owens as teachers Mrs Sheridan Bowman who has been very 111 for some time is Letter It A Dalley is planning to attend school this winter in Berea Henry Bowman and wife are going to Jackson County for Christmas Mrs S S Dalley who has had such poor health for the fifteen years Is enjoying fine health Harve Bowman and Miss Lizzie HIatt daughter of A C HIatt were quietly married at the home of the brides sister Mrs Charles Bowman December 16th Rev G M Fish offic latlngS F Bowmans school at Oak lUll closed the 21st with a good programMr Henry Dalley spent Sunday with his cousin Dwight M Bowman Rev J T Gentry of Ows ley county is expected to visit S S Dalley Xmas John Miller who has been engaged in selling liquor for some time near No 1 tunnel Is now in jail JACKSON COUNTY PARROT Parrot Dec 30Rev Bob Murr is with us and preached a wonderful sermon Sunday morning and again Sunday night to a large crowdMr A A Hellard stenographer of Cincin nati Ohio was Been In our vicinity Sunday Ho expects to return to Lexington school again soonour teacher R O Cornelius is getting mustIas was ever taught here It closes Friday Mr Curtis Burners is back from the army looking well CLOT R BOTTOM Clover Bottom Dec 22We are hav ing lots of bad weather and people WOfkLewlsI this place and Miss Maggie Gabbard of Rockcastle countyMrs William Hayes who has been sick so long has returned from Berea Tom and Gran Hayes of Berea are visiting their sick motherour school closed Xmas with an entertainment We expect to have a subscription school in this neighborhood this winter Miss Anna Powell and others are thinking of at tending school at Berea William Powell made a trip to Berea Satur dayJohn Durham and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs Lewis Me Gulro Sunday Mrs James Williams of this place who has been sick so long is said to be betterDr Alson Baker has moved away from us and we are at loss to know what to do when we get sick Aunt Sallie Bales has been visiting Mrs J W Abrams the past two weeksRev Samuel Bryant and others met at this place Sunday for preaching Attendance was small on account of rain Albert Powell visited Charlie Lunaford and = I i Frank Coker Saturday night =Arthur McGuire has returned from GocOChr land where ho has been visiting ills grandfather Henry McGuire who is very ill HUKLKV Hurley Dec 23 Christmas passed off very quietly Santa Claus didnt forget the children Wo are building a bridge across Indian Creek near the mouth of Hootcn Mr and Mrs John Roberts entertained a number of young folks Christmas night in honor of their nephew George Hlllard of Savoy IllLoula and Trnlrs fah bard of Sand Lick are visiting friends at Hurley SItha Angel entertained quite a number of young folks at her home Friday night Old Uncle Wes ley Gabbard took dinner with his son Palestine Gabbard Christmas day The old man is very feeble Mrv and Mrs John Isaacs of Birch Lick visit ed Mrs Isaacs parents Mr and Mrs Palestine Gabbard this week The infant child of Mr and Mrs lIurley Is very poorly Wo wisha11 a happy and prosperous new year AUNVItXK Annvllle Dec 30Sunday School closed here last Sunday till spring Christmas passed off very quietly N Christmas trees for tho children Jackson Morris was hero several days during the holidays bird hunting be fore taking up his duties as Assistant Secretary of State in Frankfort Tho Rev Mr Ball filled his regular monthly appointment at Conway last Satur day and Sunday Several friends and relatives took dinner with Mr and Mrs Joe Johnson on Christmas day Mr Steve Johnson of Hamilton 0 Is visiting his parents at Moores Creek Mr J s Casteel and fatally have moved to East Bernstadt to live We regret to lose such good neigh borsMrs Charley Amyx gave her pupils a nice Christmas tree Thurs day which was enjoyed by all pres ent Mrs Amyx is an excellent teach crMiss Oma Akerman is visiting relatives this week at McWhortcr Mr Geo Edwards and Mr Huffstutler of Wilmore college were visiting at the formers parents hero last week Lincoln Roark has gone to Letcher County after his daughter who has been teaching school KT11KL Ethel Dec 24Our school was out Friday Miss Llzzlo Wilson was teacher All had a good time the last day of school Miss Wilson cave all the scholars and her visitors a treat We were all sorry our school was out Mr Irven Cornett and wife from Per ry county are visiting Ell Bowlings Mr Charlie Ferguson and Miss Mar Rice visited U S G Rices last Fri dayMrs Sallie Rice of this place has ordered a lot of Christmas nove tles but failed to get them Marion Neely was working a yoke of steers and they ran away The sled ran over him but we think he will soon re cover Mrs Elizabeth Shepherd visi ted Mr and Mrs J D Rices the 23rd Ella Rice the daughter of U S O Rice who got burned some time ago is about well Sherman Marcum who has been very ill for some time is slowly improving Mr Harvey Mar cant of London Ky visited friends and relatives near Ethel the 23rd Bowmanywent to a day and each got a fine turkey Miss Leona Rice visited Mr and Mn Amos Motcalfs last Friday night Charles Miles who has been visiting Miss Martha Reese has returned to Frank visitedrMiss Clara Rice last Sunday nomxET Roblnet Dec 25Mr Press Sexton of Wolf Pen is visiting Miss Effie Drew over Christmas Cassle Drew had gone to Livingston to spend Christinas Mr Jim Morris and fam fly of near Evergreen visited rela tives at Withers last Friday Misses Ella and DInksy Lakes who have been lastsw eelcEob Jack a citizen of Rock castle county while attending church at Horse Lick lost his pocket book with 160 in ItMrs John Mullins is very ill with Pneumonianoon Hugh Dec 29We are having very pretty weather at presentMr R I Hale was the guest of W R Dense Wednesday Mlso Gracie Parks and Mr Moran Sparks were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Click Wednesday Mrs James Dense is visiting Mrs Robert Bengo at present Mrs Eliz abeth Hale of Kingston la visiting relatives hereMr Elmer A blll of Illinois visited friends and relatives here thru Christmas Miss Dora and Vernon Ely entertained covcral of the young people Saturday night Miss Francis and Tom Azbill Miss Del fie Baker and Leslie Blcknell were the rucsts of Miss Maggie Bongo Sunday Mr Solen Azbill of this place and Miss Rosa Powell of Pond Creek were united in matrimony on the 24th of Dec at the home of the bride We wish them JoyThere was a Christ r y mas tree and an entertainment held at our schoolhouse on Christmas eve Several Were niado happy on that day with prel I MildredentsIsome very cold weather at this writ ing James Towles had a big work Ing Friday and got a splendid days work doneWe are glad to say that Preston Dunigan is improving very rapidly Messrs W F Jones Jas Dunigan and Green Morris enjoyed a splendid hunt last Wednesday oven IncW M Sctscrs and family have returned from Hamilton O where they have been living for the past likeIDunlI gun was Friday night Mr George Bonnet Is our mail carrier again We are glad hustlerIMrwas the guest of his brother Thomas Thursday Mr Charlie Farmer has moved to the Nancy Culton property ry county are vlsltlngor doloiyqnllny HAMILTON OHIO LETTER Hamilton 0 Dec 2SThe weath weeklofi making an extended visit with rela tives in Lee and Jackson Counties The Wetzel Compton Post of the G A R held the annual memorial ser I vices in the Soldiers Sailors nnd Pioneers Monument hero last w eckj The Rev Nevin Kcrst pastor of the MrIthe machine shops and factories in Hamilton have dosed down until the first of next year A large num her of men aro without employment Owing to the depression of busi ness the C C Paper Co has changed the working hours of its employees back to two shifts of twelve hours I each Instead of three shifts of eight hours each as It has been since the Paper Makers Union strike last May The union men disapproved of tho change Their president in Now York was notified lie came and called a otrlko Some of tho union employees I remained with tho company Tho company has declared an open shop and Is still In operation there being only about 200 who struck The company promises all those who were loyal steady work but possibly will I dll81InInIsUtutessecond of these having already boon held the first being at Monroe Dec 6 and 7 with Messrs Thomas and Montgomery as Instructors tho sec ond at Hamilton Dec 18 and 19 with Messrs Blackford and Johnson as Instructors The third will be held at Oxford with Messrs Brown and Davis as Instructors and the fourth and last one at Colllnsvllb Jan 27 and 28 with Mssars Allen and Nlco demus as instructors Christmas was celebrated here by n general suspen soodImoney par The postoffice did the greatest Christmas business In Its history Special programs with elaborate enter talnmntso wore rendered in most all the churches either Christmas eve or Christmas nightSome of the Cin cinnati bankers claim that It the tobacco association of Equity In Ken tucky can bo settled noon It will bring millions of dollars Into circulation and that capitalists In Kentucky will not invest consequently the state must suffer unless something can be done Some of the Cincinnati bankers I have loaned money to the Equity peo ple and are very much Interested in Botlltnent of Btu socalled tobac co war An ad In The Citizen roaches over five thousand people If you take an inch ad over three hundred for cent See if you can beat it iti any other way of telling what the people to know HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Transacts general banking business we invite you specially to at- tlent portion of your account witK tn whether or amaU I JI HYDEN KY FREE Celuloid Plates Repaired Free DR HOBSONDENTIST Richmond Ky ENGINES BOIL ERStSAW MILLS REPAIRED York Premplly Returned CONN KOS Lancaster Ky m BARGAINS SUBSCRIBERSI THE CITIZEN A paper that gives you more than the worth of your money nnilia growing better nil tho lime You know whet good paper you have been getting Vou can get others as cheap but either they are not as good or they aro not made for the mountains or they do not givo as much Just look nt few of the things wo are giving you now NEWS nil the news of the world of this country and of the state that is worth reading All the news of tho mountains that wo can get and more than any other paper gives All tho news of dozens of mountain towns where correspondents write to ua every little while CATTLE All the latest cattle prices also tho prices on tins and tanbark and spokes etc FARM HINTS A good column and Bometiraes more of hints that will help in the work on tho farm HOME HINTSGood hints on housekeeping an expert SCHOOL A running article on how to teach to mako your school ono of the best in the state by ono of the best teachers in tho state THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON A full column every week STORIESA fiuo Foot interestingexciting serial story all the time and often good abort Story a week TEMPER ANCEA column of good reading about temperance AND OTHER THINGSYou all know how many other good thing you get in Till CITIZEN many of the things that you cant gut in any other paper And all for f100 the price of lots of poorer papers That is our best bargain Dont miss it Send in your dollar for another year if your subscription Is out Butwe have other bargaina no have made arrangements so that we can Bell several very good things to our subscribers nt low prices To now subscribers we give things BO they will have chance to learu what good paper THE CITIZEN is but after they havo once read it wo cannot afford to give things with it for it is worth more than the dollar it costa But we can sell you some other things cheap Bo you can gol UIOBO things by sending just little more money with your dollar for the paper Here are some of our offers No ITtCfeLuA Mall Most of you know it We give It away to now subscribers but old one can buy It from uu for twenty five cents when they renew their paper The knife 76 conU The Citizen flOO Both worth f 176 for 1J6 No 211Ie Farmers p1d Calculator a cent book that In worth A6vefal dollars Id any to date farmer It toUR wlmtyou want toknow about almost anything on the farm It is a good book on dlnoAHu of horses cattle sheep anti hogs tells you how to know what Is tho matter and to duoIt gives figures tells you how to reckon Interest if you have borrowed or loaned money or how many bushels of corn there are in load that weighs so 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present of the mountains as he sees book is worth 160but wo will soil it with Citizen for 50 cents The book S150 The Citizen 100 Doth worth 1250 for 1150 No 6 Another bookJeww of Nuareth A fine life of Christ by the Her Dr William E Barton A fine book in beautiful binding with 80 Illustrations an ornament to any homo and good book to read The usual price Is5250 but wo sell it for 100 The book 260 The Citizen 1100 worth 1360 for 20- 0You I can get one of these with Your Citizen They are easy to get Just write to TIle CMUen Berts Ky Tell us that you want to renew say premium you want and send correct amount of money Write your name and addrobll plainly Tho best way to the money is by postoffice money order Got ono from tho postmaster You can also send your check OK YOU CAN GO TO OUR AGENTS Wo have a lot of thorn and they can take subscriptions and send your name and money and most of them can give you tho premiums If they havent them wo will send them to you as soon as We get your money 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