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Io BEREA PUBLISHINO CO 0 pxcusrolATnej STANLEY fROST Manager Itnlexd al lie PodoQkv nllltffil tiyakmnd ocia m ama1- keeoeoeoeoOeoeeeet eoeeSNee IX Five cants a MADISON COUNTY JANUARY 23 I Dollar a year No 82 I NEWS OF THE WEEK Evelyn Thaw on StandPlot to Dlow up American Fleet Green Bug In Winter Wheat Again EVELYN THAW ON STANDTho trial of Thaw which Is going on In New York is not developing anything now or Important Tho defence has been trying to prove that Thaw was insane and has got people to tell a bout how bad a temper ho had and various other things Ills mother bas told of till troublo she had In bring Ing him up and now his wifo is on tho stand Jerome and Thaws law yens alt wanted to have the public kept out during this part ot tho trial I because of tho kind of story sho tolls but Thaw objected saying It would give tho Districts Attorney a chance to bo more severe In tho cross exam1 VJtlcn AGAINST WARSHIPS rhoro has been a great story ot a plot to blow up the American battleahlp at Rio Janlero It Is said that ono or tho leaders In tho pltlrhos been caught and that the other Is likely to booTho story sounds u little fishy and many do not bclluvo It At any rate no damage baa been dono Tin fleet sailed Tuesday and tho nut atop will be at the iwulhermost point of South America a E SMITH DEAD Charles Em- I ory Smith odltor of the Pblladelphti Press former minister to Russia and Postmaster General dropped dead In hit homo on Sunday DUOS IN WHEAT Tho green bug has appeared In tho wheat fields of the southwest again auil If tho winter continues mild may do a great deal of damage PRAISE TOR WASHINGTON Henry Watcmon spoke before a larGe audience In Now York in favor of Tuskccgoc and greatly praised Book er T Woihlngteu whom he stroke o- as f a heaven sent loader of the nc gro WALSH CONVlCTHDr John U Walsh formerly tho most importnn banker In Chicago wa found guilt Saturday of misapplying tho funds ell t tho banks which ho controlled Th Jury was out thirtysix hours am sympathy with tho old man rather than any doubt as to his guilt pre vented an earlier verdict ENTOMHUD 41 DAYSThreo miners who were burled aUvo by a cave In in a mlub In Nevada on December 4 were reeeued alive Saturday artsr having been In their prison fortyflv days They had been kept alive wltl supplies sent down a tube TO SUE OIL TRUST The gov ernment Is planning to tako up agali tho prosecution ot tho Standard Ol Company which was fined about 29 000000 last winter after conviction for rebating The present prosecution will bo hazed on similar action by th t company and If conviction follow may lead to a fine of 08000000 PLANS FOR PANAMA Sccrctar y Tartlp a statement before the Sen atn Committee on Interoccanlc Canals v expressed the opinion that the ultimate coot ot tho Panama canal would bo approximately 300000000 Till work ho thought should be complete within six years from next July i nCUBA MUST W GovMagoo r of Cuba has recommended to the Pres- Ident that an election for prcaldon I bo held In that Island next fall an tho government turned over to natlv officials on February 1 of next year The President has approved this and tho plan will be carried out There are some people who bellev that thl Cubans have shown themselves unfl for self government but tho Presides Is right in believing that tho honor of tho nation requires that another attempt should be made to carry out its promise of independence to Cubs y THEATER DEAD 170Tbe core nera report on the theater disaster a Boycrtown Pa nhowf that Just 17 persons g hn it It has bee found hatle was caused by th panic Several people got scared because a leak in a gas pipe made a hissing sound They rushed to th front of the house and upset somi oil lamps which were used on tn stage This caused the fire with Jt disastrous resultsI- IARRIMAN MUST ANSWER r The tolled State Circuit Court h aI ordered B II Harriman and Ott i I I THECiTizEN o o 0 Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People IIIVol copyBEREA KENTUCKY 1008ODeIN OUR OWN STATE No Activity In Tobacco War Regis tration Conviction In Lexington Dates for Fairs Tho first of tho illegal registra tion cases in Lexington has ended in tho conviction of John Barber and his sentence to thirty days In Jail While this does not prove all charges made by tho Republicans It strengthens them Tho tobacco troubles have dragged on without any serious mores on either itdo 4t Y Thomas Jr Commonwealths attorney in tho raid country U out with a statement attacking Coy Wlllson for criticising him for saying that ho would not prosecute for tho raids The only thing interesting about tho statement is the language which is frightful The law which has boon Introduced In the Hoiuo at Frankfort to drive tho tobacco trust out of the state is ono of the most drustle ever framed Under It tho trust could not buy here and none of IU agents could do any business In tho state Fortyone members of the peace ful army that Invaded Hart County havo been Indicted and placed on tri al Tho Jury will probably have been completed by tho time this appears Tho following dates for fairs in thin part of tho state have been set by the Association of fair Managers of Central and Eastern Kentucky Blue Grass Fair Lexington Aug 101G six days Crab Orchard July 1517 three daysStanford July 2214three days Lancaster July 2931 three days Danville August C7 three days Harrodsburg Aug C7 three days Winchester August 48five days Lexington August 1016 six days Lawronceburg August 1821 four days Ewing August 2022 thrco days Bhclbyvllle August 2Sfour days Springfield August 2629 four days Gonuautewn August 2829 fcyii days1rParts September 18five days I Tho boasted balance of 11400 wasIover to the Republicans U dwindling alreadyofshrunk to 1510000 or nearly one third of tho amount and Auditor Frank P James declares that when nil claims against tho Stale are paid there will bo only about 400000 loft for tho Republican administra lion to begin business on Mr Jamas throw a bomb Into tho aodeclaration containing this startlingl Information Some time ago and dur ing tho State campaign tho Democrats said that when they went out of of I Lice they would turn over to their I successors 11400000 As a matter of fact Auditor James says that tho Democrats left the Republicans but 1180000 I I JANUARY For The Citizen 1 High In the air the elder duck Wings in grand aerial flight It flies above tho marsh and bog I In skies so glue and bright I It flleiBbove tho dismal swamp I AbbTe the oaks and elm trees bare Flies In the golden bright sunlight And in the pure and balmy airI 3 High in the heavens lit with gold sundeer Of that great and mighty One i It wings along from hour to hour On wings that flame like gold IIplendorIoer ep 3r And as I watch that elder duck r Sail high above the earth r And singing gayly as it flies Along in glee and Joyous mirth I sometimes wish that I might fly Into those skies of gold t Where tho golden sunbeams dance 0 Above the earth so drear and cold I I IT Kahn to answer the questions naked by the Commerce Commlslon as t how they got control of certain big e railroads and watered the stock The I men had said that this was none o e the business ot tho United States I BANKERPOET DEAD Edmun Clarence Stedman well known as a poet and writer but also a stock broker and prominent banker died at his New York home Saturday ttr- u END THE DEADLOCK Once in years often only once the opportunity comes to a man or a body of men to do a great service to their party their state or their country Such a chance to do great good not to one of these bodies only but to all lies before the Republican members of the state legislature and particulary before William O BradleyThe legislature has been trying in vain to elect a U S Senator The corrupt machine behind Beckham found six pemocrats too honest and too brave to vote for him men have scattered their votes but could probablyunite on a good man The Republicans have all stood by Bradley And there they are deadlocked Yet either party that can join with the six can win The time has come for the Republicans to do it and to unite with them on a Democrat Many Republicans will say that they should never help in the election of a Democrat But each case must be judged on its own merits and if they judge this case goodDemocratstituencies help the party help the state and help the nation and will hurt no one not to elect will cost not only the chance to do all this good but an actual loss in influenceAnd then every fair man must recognize that many of the Republicans in the legislature the governor and state officers were largely elected by Democrats who forsook their own party for the good of the state Grat itude demands a return for this and shame would for bid that we should refuse to do as much for Kentucky as the Democrats have done Now is the time for the Republicans to join with the good Democrats as the good Democrats joined with the Republicans- If the Republicans fail to act quickly the chance may be lost to them The deadlock can not go on for ever The Democrats will leave Beckham there are signs of it already and they would probably unite on one of the best Democrats in the stateTames B Mc Crcary Then a Democrat willbe electedanyhow and that without any benefit or credit to the But if they help in his election there will be many benefits Joined with these Democrats they can control the legislature insuring the passage of just and wise nonpartisan reform laws Otherwise they arc in a minority unable to accomplish anything The good laws for which the Republicans wpu taifehpcrfidif joined with- CVillsons strong administration will do great things for thestateevery man that helped enact them would stand higher with his constituents and thus the hold of the par ty on the state would be strengthened And McCreary would help the Republican party at Washington He is a great admirer of Roosevelt arid I on all important questions that can come up agrees with the best Republicans while the Senate cannot become Democratic enough in ten to make his vote in it important on party questions Here is good for all except Beckham to be gained x And what is to be lost Nothing It willnot hurt Bradley because he cannot win anyhow For the Re publicans to stand out means either a deadlock or the election of McCreary without them a session probably fruitless of good legislation a state poorly governed un der a Republican administration the legislature never gets itsshare of the blame in a case like that and finally a lot of legislators going home to voters who will ask why they didnt use good sense and take all that benefit 1 when they could get it for so little Poorer lawsa poorer statea weaker partydissatisfaction in every mans district That is the difference The Republicans at Frankfort have this great op portunity but it is open particular to Bradley Few men ever have so good a chance o serve their state at so small a cost His hold on the party is strong thru friendship thru favors done many men and help in their campaigns and in other ways He has long been the party leader and is naturally the candidate All this cannot give him the place but it holds his friends He should release them by consenting to a union and if he is the man he has seemed the Bradley Kentucky has honored and trusted the man we have all liked to be lieve him he will do it If not hard tho it may be the party should take the course which is so clearly the best for the state TREASURERS REPORT Following is tho report of tho treasurer of tho town of Berea from July 9 to December 311307aacalml Cash on hand July 9 1907 IMM Cash received from Police Judge r 6015 1907 Tax Collections J 23463- Cash received for Show License i4c Subscription for Adams or Depot Street Improvement 13000 Total J6aJ9 0n1snUuENaxraNor Baltait used on Adams Street S 1804- PorTviboron Adams Street 17050 soofTown 1400 Interest on jtoo vote 1800 Jn66d on Total i fbi91 J W STBPHRNS Town Treasurer r e THINGS TO THINK OF AMERICAS CONTRIBUTION Foreign Missions 7500000 Jewelry 27500000 Confectionery 60500004 Tobacco f178000000 Liquors 1744447072- It the figures could be reversed for lOOSwbat would be the result Think it over LoU of sorrow would be cured if wt would own it as the fruit of eninstead of charging it up to Providence The kingdom of heaven is manifest In any city not by the height of the steeples but by the level of tho people Chicago Tribune Idle admiration of the Wastera teaching U no better than utter rejection of it J r 1 I POLITICAL NOTES Taft Wins Another Point In New York Report that Cortelyou Is Quarrel Ing with President Denied Taft has won another big point In his tacoht is winning them all the time now A second attempt was made by the Hughes boomers in the Now York County Committee to get thru a resolution endorsing his can dIdacy but they failed by a big ma jority They tried to get up a debate on tho subject but some ono yelled Taft and those present cheered for ten minutes After that the Hughes men were not heard from again Hughes will not get another chance at that committee which is the most important in New York state till Feb 20 There Is good reason to believe now that bo will not get tho vote of oven his own state in tho conven tion and that Taft with this behind him will land tho nomination without much trouble Mr Cortelyou is reported to be hav ing a disagreement with the Presi dent and there was a rumor late last week that ho had resigned from tho Cabinet He later denied this rumor and also ono that he had been offered tho presidency of a big trust company in Now York City Tho Eastern Democrats aro getting ready to oust Bryan and a meeting has been called at which plans will bo made to induce him to withdraw The movement is said to be for the success of tho party but It does not seem to have much of a chance NO HOPE FOR BECKHAM Even Bryans Oratory Falls Vote Delayed One Day Because of Train Wreck There is no more doubt that Beck ham Is beaten in the senatomhlp race Ho has tried all he knows Dry an tho only perpetualmotion prosl dential candidate has been down to Frankfort to try to drlvo tho bolt erar into Jlnfl nndaH has failed The question now is which sldo will Join with the bolters and elect some other man It is a great chance for the Republicans There was no vote on the senator ship Monday because of a wreck of an L N train which was bringing sev eral of tho legislators down from Lou isville Several were badly shaken up but no one was seriously hurt However the vote was passed for that dayBryan mads two speeches In the legislature1 Tuesday Ho sid that no had right to think for fraudullent reIfuscdout of the party Tuesday was tho day set for tho crucial test and when Beckham failed to get one more vote It was admitted by all that ho was beaten BEREA NOW FIFTH CLASS The Board of Trustees of tile town of Berea Kentucky do ordain as fol lows That whereas tho town of Bsrea Kentucky has the required population for a town of the fifth class that said town should bo changed from class six to class five of the towns In said stateFurther that a petition be sent to the Legislature now In session at Frankfort asking for said transfer Said transfer to become effective im mediately upon favorable action by the Legislature Done this 17th day of January 1908 SignedJ Stephens R H Chessman S It Baker E C Scale Chas Durdette Cities of the fifth class aro those caving a population of between 100 and 3000 When Berea is transferred to that class it will have It place of its present government a mayor a common council of six mem bers a police Judge treasurer city attorney city clerk marshall am assessor all elective There will alw boo a pound master street superintend eat engineer weigher and physician IAn advertiser sent his check for a little ad he ran and says Am glad to My that the ad reached a number of people who are interested in the proposition He couldnt have found them himself it he had hunted a month p u Zw e- f j A r + eeeeeeeek owiiA The Citizen is Growing Rap- Idly o Let Your Business Keep Pace With It By Adver itlslng gv J- OS9eeeoeeUoeoeoeoeoeooa o MONEY TALKS What a Time Certificate Is and Why it Is Better Than a Note I A tlmo certificate of deposit is noth ing moro than the Danks note It is tho Banks promise to pay a certain sum of money after a certain number of months together with the Interest tho money has earned But a tlmo certificate is better than an ordinary note In many ways A Banks time certificate of deposit is better than an ordinary note because it Is safer tho security is better Who can you find who will borrow ten dollars or twentyfive dollars from you and give you more than a quarter of a mllll n dollars as securi ty Not many people it is safe to Say But that Is what tho Berea Dank and Trust Company does for all Its r resources Its capital stock and its surplus fund are security for the safe ty of the money left in Its care And In addition to this there is the per sonal liability cf tho stockholders as a further guarantee that your money will be safe Then too tlmo certificate of deposit is better than air ordinary note WhentheinterestonIs due tho Bank never asks you to watt for it They never fall to payl I you as some people sometimes do p No Indeed The Bank always pays JAndbettor than an ordinary note because moneySometimes i can not sell an ordinary note no matter how good It is But the Banks tlmo certificate of deposit is always Just as good asmon ey to you Even though tho tlmo is youNteever you ask for it J Jf you havo Idle money put ltlnthe Berea Bank and Trust Company and take a tlmo certificate for itThcnyouf inotitX will bo safe i yourSinterest will be sure and you can nil j ways get your money whenever you want it Berea Bank Trust Co NEW FINANCIAL BILL iTH iThe main business before Congress J this winter it now seems certain will be a currency law and thero Is going to bo a hard fight The Aldrich find Fowler bills described last week will twoithe division would como according to the part ot tho country tho leg- Islators come from The Fowler bill calls for a thoro reformation and a complete change In the system and most people ad mlt that it it can once be started it will be the best thing possible but its opponents say that it Will upset nil business In trying to get it going It will help all parts of the country equally and will put all banks on inequality l The Aldrich bill it Is found wilt help Eastern banks almost entirelytand will greatly help Eastern bankers but will make It necessary for thetWest to depend on what the East is willing to give It At best it is only a makeshift It might help out for the time being but It does not cover x enough ground and there reemstq bEt no dcubt that there wilt have to be a Ihoro reorganization sooner or la ter The enemies of tho Aldrich bill besides making the charges alreadyItold say that It will prevent the new J laws which are really needed The Executive Committee of the American Association of Bankers niet in Chicago to discuss the two bills and finally rejected both of them and tthatplus equal to onefourth of their capl JJIY l them tho first part of this issue to be taxed 3 per cent and the second 5 J per cent These taxes will go into a fund out of which the Government will guarantee the notes and the gov u I ernment will make arrangements forrItho regular redemption of the notes at different points The notes will be a first lien on the assets of the bankrThe scheme has several advantages which neither of the others have t Iand avoids several weaknesses but it l la doubtful whether it will meet all objections The verdict of other ex perts will have to be waited fort r 0- e p E JJYJ4R 12SEY zvi2Itlfnd4 e trage r Nattt3 o4v CHAPTER XXIV Continued At least it was easier I perse vercd when I was about to despair I was successful to this extent Sir Mortimer agreed to havo a secret meeting with the banker at this cho teautoday Today I stammered And Sir Mortimer is dead I learned of his death when you were in the kursaal with me You need say no more I under stand why you havo brought me to the chateau only too well A just fate snatched from your lips the cup of success But fate dashed one cup from your hand only to tempt you with another I have seen for myself that I bear a sufficiently marked re semblance to deceive olio who has known Sir Mortimer but slightly Per baps Kuhn has never actually met Sir Mortimer Never interrupted Madame de Vornler her voice trembling And you wish me to dowhat1 An Interview of half an hour and the destinies of a nation will be changed Ob I know that the move Is a desperate one Its audacity is the best augury of success Look I give you power such as few men have held filr Mortimer lies in that room dead But there are four people only who know of his death Dr Starva Al phone myself and yourself One hour after this Interview It will be out that he has died suddenly From heart failure But In the mean prhllo tho Interview between yourself and the banker will have taken place Woman you aro mad I cried scornfully Let us suppose for the moment that this interview has taken place between myself and the banker Let us say that tho deception has proved to be completely successful flee loan is promised to Ferdinand but how is that promise to be made good There are papers to bo signed and attested there are checks to bo drawn and receipts to bo given Who Is to sign these documents who Is to sign the receipts I tho false Sir Mortimer Egregious folly Your fanaticism has fun away with your common sense There is no pressure on earth that could make mo consent to your scheme Your banker would not be so great a fool as to be deceived I say again oven if I consented Did you think ho would hand out a package to you containing millions as a grocer passes a packet of soap across the counter to a customer That I should even discuss tho matter with her at all seemed to her a hopeful sign Sho drew her chair closer to me I regarded her disdain fully Fora clever woman her scheme seemed to mo preposterous on the face of It Do you think my dear monsieur that the perplexities you mention have tot occurred to me She was vIo- lently scornful in her turn Yes and there aro a hundred others hut I have thought of them all Money i I havo not mentioned money or checks or receipts I am not quite an Imbecile I havo arranged all that You have simply to see this Kuhn There will bo no discussion You will lay before him an ultimatum If be agrees a document will be given to him promising on the part of England her moral support This document will havo been officially sealed by the min later of tho British Foreign Office It will already have the signature of Sir w Mortimer Brett She leaned close to me Her breath was In my face Her eyes were liquid fire Because I was silent for the moment she Imagined me tempted But If I were silent it was because my scorn was too great for utterance HA forgerytI said at last Listen The document itself is of tclaJ It awaited merely the signa ture of Sis Mortimer Brett How was that obtained since Sir Mortimer ds dead Dr Starva is a clever penman That Is why he is useful- I sprang to my feet pushing back my chair so abruptly as to overturn ft Dr name was a red flag to goad me to enraged impatience And this is the forgery that la to save a nation I cried in flares con tempt I again and again you are a foola fopl to think that your Bchemo cnbo successful Will England repudiate an act of tier minister becausahe dins shortly after attesting its I tell you mon elcur I havo counted the chances I shall succeed And the loyalty of Dr titarva You may crant on thatT I am willing to believe that your mad project has been planned with the hope that it may benefit your oppressed race I will give to you the doubtful virtue of fanaticism But that archfiend Star vaIt Is impossible that he be influ 4 enced by an unselfish motive That death 1I1ri k did you know its slgnlfl cance till last night Madame de Var flier be advised by mo before it is too late You havo aid I am your enemy t Is true If I havo come to this cha teau as your guest it was to spy on youtn learn what I have just learned to learn what 1 shall learnt Do you think I have been blind toI that she interrupted smiling tahUJ ellsj r Had the treachery been absent had the foul play of thugs and mur derers not been resorted toI should still have refused to aid you But when I find myself secretly watched while I am your guestwhen I am perfidiously offered a drug which by the way I did not takewken I see an English gentleman treated with the violence of tho Middle Agea last ly when the woman whom I havo sworn to help is shot at by a lurking villain I have a right to my revenge I shall have 1t Bo sure of that You say that Starva attempted to DrettI since I re rage Now Madame de Varnler I have listened to you patiently Listen to me I shall havo justice You have chosen to ally yourself with a forger a thief and a would be murderer You will bo dragged down with him unless you throw yourself on my mercy Great God your madness reaches its apoth eosis In this you resort to every crime that you may bring freedom a little nearer to your precious Macedonians and I know as absolutely as If he had Islonomessiah you look to for succor She stared at me a fun half minute IHA as Useful as an Said Coolly this adventuress with nerves of steel But it was the woman the lover who looked up at me She loved Ferdl nand I read it in her anguished face- I made my last appeal Cast off that scoundrel before It IB too late before he betrays you ma to bring him to justice before ho dooms to death the prince you worship Make to me a full confes sion help mo to rescue tho great name of Sir Brett from the dishonor that you aver but have in no way proved besmirches Itand I swear to you that you shall be spared She laughed at my appeal If the laughter was hysterical it was also defiant fearless My dear Monsieur Haddon you are too delicious Do you think I have played my last card Do you think I mao easily frightened by your scowls and loud voice The dishonor of Sir Mortimer Brett not yet proved It Is proved only too surely and you are to see those proofs presently You have called me a fool mote than once per mit me to return the compliment in all sincerity I have told you much enough to send Dr Starva and myself to jail for many tedious years But I can trust you with my secrets because I know only too surely that you dare not betray them You will realize that presently have see I can threaten as wellaayoursclt- and behind my threats is something more formidable than a scowling faceVery well I cried not without sat isfaction for I had offered to spare her because I pitied rather than because I tnought it wise We understand each other thoroughly In 24 hours I shall have done my best to put you and your dear comrade behind the Mrs And you I n shall drag you with us If yell kr J I any chance are successful You say you did not tako the drugthat you wore acting that you might keep watch on our movements Who will believe you Captain Forbes I think not You will find it difficult my dear monsieur to extricate yourself from my net Say that I grant that I sail con temptuously you have still tho poss ble treachery of Dr Starva to deal wthThis time she controlled her agita tion though In her eyes lurked terror and fear For tho present Dr Starva is pow erless Had I remained in Ignorance of tho meaning of that horrible stamp I might havo listened to your warn ings with some misgivings But since you have deepened my suspicions con earning him I have been able to rearrange my plans Dr Starva is no longer necessary to mo Even If he is a member of the Committee of Freedom ho is no more dangerous thanIany other member nnd with will be punished presently In the meanwhile their Intended victim la warned No Monsieur Haddon your threats do not frighten me On the contrary It Is tlmo for me to threaten I 01 have waited patiently enough I hope madam- I flung myself Into my chair again with n careless nssuranco I did not feel I remembered Lockes warning look out for the Countess Sarahoff Sho was about to scratch and I was to feel her claws For this woman ex quislto In feature was at heart bar baric tho fierce cunning and treach cry of the tigress woro hers when aroused CHAPTER XXV Countess Sarahoff Tempts Me Before wo settle our affairs I must speak to Alphonse- To what purpose I demanded suspiciouslyYou hear for yourself Have Copy Is Original She Help Mortimer and no fear that I am to play you a trick I shall give him my message before youPardon mo It I refuse I am un armed and Alphonse would have me at his mercy Bah I begin to think I should call you by your true name If you forbid mo to speak to Alphonse I shall be dumb Now what have you tos81f She lighted a cigarette smiled de flantly and retarded too between half Closed eyes It looks like a deadlock I said cheerfully If you are obstinate I can be obstinate as well At any rate I shall not open that door until I have seen the proofs of Sir Mortimer Bretts dishonor If time U valuable to me allow mo to suggest that It seven moro so to You tell me that tho Interview between Sir Marti mar and the banker was to have taken place today I had spoken with downright assur anceBut I had my misgivings as I noted tho sullen defiance of the woman Five minutes passed she smoked furiously I began to pace tho room I listened at the door of the little chamber In which she had said Cap tarn Forbes was Imprisoned I did not again knock at this door ithought It impossible that my voice could bo heard Presently I opened the door ot the oratory and looked down In deep thought at tho calm face of Sir Mortimer my back to the womanWas ho indeed guilty as she hid said It seemed Incredible that the heart of this noble gentleman had been black with guile The face pallid in death had tho majesty of death It had too that same noble serenity that had so impressed me when I first saw Helena Brett My reflections wens rudely dljtwfe Q ed A sudden blow strafe aa tie CM of the staircase shocked IM into tordj hoed of Madame de Varnler She was giving her message to AI phrase after all She had taken mj hint of making herself hoard through the closed door It was a short mu sago I had not understood one word of it Though she had raised her voice almost to a shout she had doubtless spoken in her native tongue Sho re seated herself complaisantly offorlni mo her cigarette case Now 1 am ready monsieur for oui little affair- The sooner It Is over the better I said Irritated that she had stolen I march on me Aro you familiar with the band writing of Sir Mortimer Brettr Sho bad opened a drawer of the t ble at which we sat I caught the sheen of a japanned box No I said pretending that I fa4 not seen the box If the proofs of Sir Mortimers dishonor were In thai dispatch box it would not be man minutes before I had destroyed them If that is tho case a copy Is at useful as an original she said coolly and placing the box on the table she unlocked It with a HUUs key that hunt at her chatelaine Sho took out of the dispatch box two envelopes Tholt shape and bulk suggested vividly the packets that she and Dr Starvn had been examining In tho hotel al Vltznau Evidently you think me a vorj trusting person I sneered No madame I am not quite so callow at that A copy may bo forged Per haps you are as clover with the pen as Dr Starva Show me tho originals or nothingYou rong me she protested mockingly And you wrong yourself I am not 90 stupid as to expect you to take those typewritten copies tot granted Nor am I so stupid as to trust the originals In your hands You might destroy them for Instance Again It looks like a deadlock The burden of proof lies with yourself Al you say I am not familiar with the handwriting of Sir Mortimer Who U to vouch for Its genuineness Ono whoso word you will scarcer doubt tho sister of Sit Mortimer I raised my clenched hand tint cruel smile made me for the moment target her sex It she had boon a maw I think I could have killed her then Then that was your messat Yon have sent for her 1 Sho will be walling in the mushroom below It Is for ypu to say II she Is to bo spared tho ordeal You will causo her tile suffennK not I I lowered my hands slowly Ihave laughed at tho old doctrlno of tho per tonality of the devil I believe It sow papersLet each other first In this envelope are copies of certain dispatches and notes roado by Sir Mon timer The originals are In a sift that Is In the third room yonder You Till examine thcso copies It will b for you to determine whether Mist Brett Is to be the final arbiter of Sit Mortimers guilt or innocence And If I refuse to call on MIst BrettSooner or later she shall tee these papersWhat advantage will that bo to yon when I have failed to bo a partner to IntrlgycsI on you moa aleur Her eyes glittered And ay revenge will bo profitable Tho Rus slan or Austrian governments would pay a long price for the papers In ttfl safe M Coward I will give you your own price tin them I said hoarsely And be robbed of my rcvongol They are beyond price Como yea weary mo with questions Aro yci ready for the proofs One moment Theso dispatches were stolen from Sir Mortimers apart meats that night at VlUnnu YOI gained access to that apartment fry passing me off as Sir Mortimer Where- did you find them How did you know they wore thoro Sir Mortimer had hidden them be tweon tho folds of a Venetian blind That they wore concealed In his rooms at Vltznau was told Dr Starva by Sit Mortimer himself When he had left Sofia for Lucerne he was very 111 Ha was accompanied only by his physic- Ian his nurse and his valet I need hardly say that Dr Starva was the physician myself the nurse tad Al phonse the valet But Lucerne savor ed too muchet publicity for our plans Even Vltxna WRM tint desirable elp dally in view of the alarming state of Sir Mortimers health This cbs teau was our rendezvous But on the way hero Sir Mortimer suffered a col lapseDr Starva remained with his pa tlent I returned to Lucerne to thro off suspicion as to cur movements is an obscure village in tho mountain Sir Mortimer died Or rather It was not Sir Mortimer Brett Minister cf His Britannic Majesty ai Sofia but 1 Mr Stanley Walters an otrjcure Enp lisa touris- tI regret to say that before he died Sir Mortimer felt some misgivings foi hl conduct He realized that the was near and that sooner or late the proofs of hIs dishonor would be discovered In his delirium he raved continually of certain Incriminating documents hidden In his room at Ytf nau His unexpected death filled Dr Starva with consternation lIe joined mo in Lucerne thinking that oat schemes had utterly failed In the meanwhile you had met ow who might yet rescue your plans froa t4 lure The rest I can guess Secret ly you had the body of Sir Mprtlmet convoyed to thin hateau Provided your tool could DO coaxed or browbeaten into submission Enough 4 this horrible story Show me he tjsj pen TO BB COMTlMUatftJ Tft ICEHOUSE AND COOL ROOM Arrangement by Which Two Can Be Successfully Combined In the accompanying Illustration Is presented tho construction for a srunH Icehouse with a cool room un dorncnth It which In 0x9 feet square on the Inside and 54 feet from tho floor to the ceiling Tho outside di monitions of tho building aro 12x12 with the Ico chamber 11x11 and 8 or 0 foot from floor to time Tho plan contemplates storing the Ice In n compact mass 9x9 feet direct ly eve tho cool room construct lug tho bottom of tho Ico chain hor and tho celling of tho cool room In such a manner that tho air In flue cool room will have Its tempera turo controlled by convection currents the warm air rising to tho celling of the cool room coming In contact with the floor of tho Ice chamber which In made watertight and of good con ducting material Tho walls of the cool room are 13 Inches thick A suitable masonry foundation an represented should bo laid tho ground covered with about Icehouse and Cool Room IS Inches of cinders to serve as a nonconductor and this covered with n cement floor 3H Inches thick Thus much of cement work should be InI traduced In order to have a thorough ly sanitary floor Tho great dIRlculty In tho construction of an ntl wood ice- house and cool room Is to havo It durable tho danger being the decay of tho wood on account of tho dampness which Is necessary from lack of strong ventilation The walls of tho cool room as represented aro made by setting two lines of 3x6a for studding sheathing Inside and out with matched stuff and filling tho space between with dry sawdust In order to prevent tho woodwork front decay and In or der to rendor the walls strictly airtight wo should line tho walls on the Inside with No 32 galvanized Iron procuring It In sheets and nailing It close ly with galvanized wire nulls allowing tho sheets to lap about halt an Inch Such a lining would thoroughly pro tact tho woodwork against dampness and would make tho room thoroughly tight It would be better to lay the cement floor lust and carry tho galvanized Iron sheathing down past the sill so that the cement floor cornea against It thus protecting tho sill The door of tho cool room should Ira made on tho refrigerator principle and double one door swinging out and tho other door swinging luto tho cool roomAs your correspondent wishes to avoid cement work says this writer In the Hural New Yorker which would be better for tho ice chamber floor on account of Its durability and good con ducting property the plan contem plates tho use of 2x10 Joists placed one foot apart and then covered with No 21 galvanized Iron turning the edges up 12 Inches around tho sides so as to form t watertight tray the galvanized Iroa being nailed In full sheets directly to the joists with iio floor under it and the seams and nail head soldered watertight Then to protect the galvanized Iron and give the necessary strength 2x48 aro laid across tho joints with l4 Inch spaco between each as represented In the drawing These 2x4s hold up tho Ice allow the water as tho Ice melts to drop on tho galvanized floor which wilt be continuously Icecold so that the air beneath coming in contact with the galvanized iron will be con tlnuouslY cooled an tho ice settles down in its gradual melting The walls of the ice chamber will be of 2x8 studding with matched siding out side and matched sheathing Inside tho space between tho studding filled with dry sawdust The Ice will be stacked an represented 18 Inches from the out side walls so that there Is space between tho Ice and tho wall of 12 inches which will bo thoroughly filled with sawdust which is packed over the top as well as represented In tho drawingA should be put on the root of the building and two small gable windows simply latticed to allow tho change of air In the summer to cool the under side of the roof should ho provided Should thorp bo any dim culty In getting sufficient sawdust to cover the ice deeply on the top tho space above tho Ice can be filled with straw or hay which will follow down of course an the Ice molts To ven tilate tho cool roam a nix Inch gal vanized iron duct can be carried up n against the wall of the Ice r1t8f1berIand out through tho root Into the cool room at Oe cooing A corresponding opening In the wall of the cool room opposite tho ventilator should bo made In order to nllow air trait tho outside to enter Both tho ventilator anti tlo Intake should be provided with clout working dampers so that only enough Air IB allowed to circulate to keep hue air iranictontly dry WATERING THE COW It Should Be Done In the Same Place Every Day Thinks One Dairyman r For years I had tho impression that a cow must be allowed In the barnyard at least an hour or moro a day to do her host and kept healthy Also If tho weather was of nn ox tremo nature that she should bo kept In and watered Inside Closo observa ion has taught mo that a cow wants tho same deal every day and should bn watered tile one way either Inside or outside If cows aro used to being turned out they will tranontlyrcfuse t water when given them IB the barn and they will also chafo and let very uneasy when not lot out ut their reg ular time Wo have learned by clow observa ion covering a long period that cows give decidedly more milk when wa tered Inside If tho barn la kct clean and comfortable When I say com fortable writes the comwpoadwit of Tho Former I mean warm anti well ventilated and the cows confined In a manner that Is not tiresome With n good dry soft bed and plenty of room and freedom so they can change their position and tick them selves when they choose a cow Is comfortable providing she gets plenty of sunlight Comfort and good tent Is what they want and what makes them yield up When It comes to the matter of ei crclse a cow that li giving a good mess of milk docs not have a tits hellion to move about mach when turned out In the yard Thto Is particularly true when the w lither Is cold I havo watched them by the hour and find that they seldom go farther than the tank unless there ho something to entice them away On tho contrary they will seek the most sheltered spots In the yard and stand 1back pelled to rustle I dn not mean being starved or neglected On tho other hand it cows aro kept In afl ventilated barns where cow comfort has never been studied and closely confined InIrigid stanchions n barn where sun IflIdoCLEAN AND COOL Two Conditions Which Should Make the Handling of the Milk To attain success In tho dairy bust ness It Is Important that every branch of the work bo faultless In itself A dairyman may have a clean herd and an excellent barn built on modcmiprinciples but If ho lacks the facili ties for properly handling the milk or cleaning tho utensils or It his star I age Is faulty one of thwo things alone may cause failure bulltllnJJsing dairy utensils cooling and sloe ing the milk and crown or mako but I ter and cheese 1 I It Is not uncommon says Coleman 1 Rural World to find A milk cooler f hung In or near tho cow stable where the air Is laden with dust dirt foul odors and possibly disease germs which readily pass Into the milk I Tho best dairy practice requires t I that tho milk shall be removed from r tile stable as quickly as possible after It Is drawn preferably to a building or room independent of the barn where It tan be aerated with pure air t and cooled at once In clean rarround toss SILAGE FOR THE DRY COW 4lI It Will Prove Profitable by Keeping Animal In Condition Until Fresh Any farmer will admit that tile cow n In milk will be bcnefttted by slugs dJ 11 but many do not recognize Ka Impor 1 tance for the dry cow says n writer In Kimball Dairy Farmer If you the Iatwhen tho prufltaaro greatest b Tho cow that Is going to given good yield throughput the whole period of lactation must begin that period in iherlags during the winter months So you see you need a silo just aa much when your cows are dry In the winter IInbuild onoJThe Average Cow I Tho average cow on the American tItott for her food and care + jt11averagement 1 IWANT FLOWERS Cut lli wr Toblo fern Immrnl Drali i Wedding Ilearolled rinnU r m i The Cot iti INCORPORATED ir FPHONE 12 BEREA KYti 6 0 6 6 6 1r+ o0800800800808000080e08080808080oe0808o8080ane e Vicinityo i 0 0 e 0 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o o o ee000SOUDIOSOe0IOOIOSOe0t taDR BEST f t 4CITY rBOMK 11SSIOFFICE OVER POST OFFICE A fine boy was born to Mr and I Mr U 8 Wyatt last Friday I J Mrs Frank Llvcngood was ono of those down with tho grlppo last week She li better now Tho College Orchestra and the Arlol Quartet han been engaged by tho state officials of the Y M C A to give the miulo at the State Conven tion In Winchester In February It I will mean that the boys will go up there and stay the three days at the d expense of tho elate organization The a E of the Union Church hat ordered 60 itereoptlcan view show ing the missionary work on the west coast of Africa and when they arrive l the nev Mr Dir will take the Eo hour to tell of that work jfDr Cornelias returned from hit trip I late lat week lie Invited A small party of friends to his home Friday night to help eat some vent son he brought back with him The week ot prayer will be kept la f the Union Church next week The- Y1 will be prayer meeting every I l except Tuesday when there li a conI a cert at the ChapeL The topics willI bo as follows Monday Preparing t I i Way Isa 40 36 Wednesday Love i for Lost Souls Jer 9 1 Rom 9 1 I t 10 L Thursday The Need of Genu IDa Conversion John 3 35 Isa 65 I 7 Fridays The Personal Equipment I Luke 24 49 John 16 711 Luke I 11 13 I I Mrs Adams and daughter of VHdo I have decided to move to Berca aud- wilt occupy the residence on Chestnut street now occupied by It 1 filch ixrdoon who will move to the rooms above his store rooms which ho has I recently remodeled 1 Mr and Mrs W II Bower have both been 111 tho poet week Mr Dower I tbolWecCMr Powells now residence on Boone street is almost comlletedII s Mr Gus town last week on business Mm Mallnda JIm was quite III a thJfow days last week i Iit SPECIAL NOTICE j Till further advised all whop Y this notice tri f ibring can get a f to Richmond and return an- k the best set of teeth that can be made all for 800 I i The same terms apply to I f all who have over 50x3 worth 4of dental work done In i buying Railroad ticket take I 4 receipt tor money for the bt round trip fare and the re r ceipt will beHakcn as cash All work guaranteed to be first class in every respect t and to give goodsatisfaction Onlybest class of materials used t HOBSONiI DENTIST i 4 Phone No 2 Richmond Kyy- I i I a f RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Plione No IBS PHONE ALBERT I Porter Drug zDENTIST o000oeo080o80e08 Richard Plgg Is clerking again for Coylo and Hayes Miss Hazel Emerson left lost Wednesday for her homo at Westfield Mass Mlsa Daisy Spenco has been very sick for several days Mr Pleas Iowley and family have moved Into ono ot C M Rawllngs houses on Center street Mr Swinford of Big Hill Is the gues of his daughter Mrs Joe Evans G E Porter has bought the new barber shop of E B Scrivners In tho lank and Trust Building Mr Reynolds of Jackson County has been visiting G M Trcadway and other relatives hero in town Mr and Mrs D B Chandler of Mt Vernon are tho guests of Mrs Chand legs parents Mr and Mrs Joe Evans Mr and Mrs Levi Harrison and children left last week for Villa Grove III whore they will make their future home foCr a weeks ago Is settle- and U well pleased with his poaitio- lil wife and little son who are lug hero will soon Join him exJ t artl1Mr Thomas H Coyle received hiIsonWOrIfor burial MrJako Herndon went to Atlanti Saturday and will go on to New Or lease before retuning Dr Lusk is confined with thi grippe time to + get your tdressmaking done Mrs Ely at th Wcat End Is ready to do It In the best way Dr Cowley wa3 In Winchestci Tuesday to treat a case there Bert Cornelius will probably leav town Saturday for Washington when ho will take an examination for sur goon In tho U S Navy The oxnml nation Ja a very hard one and toy men pass It so It will bo a great tea then in his cap It ho gets thru and no disgrace It ho doesnt The Rev L D Greene of Gouvcr neur N Y was In town Tuesday Ho is giving lectures thru tho Soutl on Tho Ideal Homo and may b heard here sometime In tho future The spoke mill resumed operation last Saturday giving work to a num ber of men brighdnow In the early evening two c tho brightest planets are visible Ju plter In the East and Venus Intb West Either ono of these stars 1 bright enough to cast n shadow A fareof tho now students and otb or strangers In town aro molostln tho squirrels and somo aro trying t kill them to eat These little animal are ono of tile attractlyb features e Berca and are much commented o by visitors Their playing In tho tree always adds a touch of beauty to th scones hero and they trays greatly en dented themselves to the citizens 1 the years since they have been hen MADE TO PLEASE WOMEN Thousands of women have rulnc their feet because their shoes wer not bulldcd on foot conforming last That Is why the Society shoe wa necessary Seo them MRS In BAKER v I Public spirited people because of theso things have let them alone and those on the campus have boon under tho special protection of tho student boys It Is too bad that this should be relax ed and all people molesting them will do well to remember that there Is a town ordinance forbidding this that If they aro caught they will be turned over to the town authorities and tho college will help them in tho prosecution Mr Chappcll of Leslie County was In town last week to put a son in school f Dont forget the concert by tho Er nest Gamble Concert Company at the Chapel Tuesday night at 700 It will bo ono of the best things of tho year hero Thero was a largo crowd out at tho West End Chapel last Sunday night to hear Dr Thomsons lecture on the Birth and Life of ChristI 0OIOIOIOeoeoIOIOIOIOIOIOeo io College Items 0oo HERE AND THERE 03oSOe0IOIOIOSOIOIOIOe0Sb Prof Mairalx gave the Monday Lec ture tho subject being Abraham LincolnThe Ariel Quartet left Friday noon for Irvine whero they gave a concert Friday night Tho entertainment was given In the Court House A very fair audience was in attendance Mr Combs as well as the quartet was received with enthusiasm Dr Cook preached to United Chapel Sundayafternoon Tho meeting was held at this tlmo because of the break down of tho engine which put the lights out of service M II Frederick who was a Bcrea student from 189C to 1900 resides with his wife and three children a daugh ter and two sons on his farm at Brlghtshadc Clay County where he has been a teacher since leaving Be rca In addition to his teaching Mr Frederick has given much time to literary work and to study and research He Is at present giving almost all his storiesdawaitnIng publication In tho Chicago Ledger and other stories and articles are In preparation for other periodicals Mr Frederick Is also county examine of Clay County having filled this po- I sition during the past two years has done much for education in hli tao s Berca and the Bcrea Spirit Supt Edwards of the Model School s I and Noah May left town yesterday noon for Chicago to attend tho meet ing of the National Society for the I Promotion ot Industrial Education They will be gone four days SENTENCE SERMONS Religion should bo a good sword shieldgn any of Use what we see In It and no more rho fruits of truth are not gathered by beating about the bush Some think they are firm In the faith who are only frozen In heart It you are a true friend you never I need to put on an air of friendliness the yearso necessity graceful t UThousands ofwomen because Thats why the Society MJ3hoc was necessary The for dross that wont pinch 4 f hurt is making the IiSociety shoen 0 to lhefoot and M thmost popular 4I seller at then I Uprice o we found A living exponent ot tho Bible Is worth any of tho best expos ItorsMany a church Is substituting work Ing tho world for working for the wordAn annual sprint In religion will not do much good In tho heavenly race Tho world might soon bo made good If only religious people would make goodIt Is as much our duty to brighten anothers way as to lighten his load PLANS FOR REVIVALS Tho midwinter series of Gospel Meetings hate come to bo looked to tho people of Borca as ono of the most gracious opportunities of tho entire year Many are converted and thru all eternity will look back I to these meetings as the time when they first became acquainted with their Savior Many others enter into so much larger possession of tho Christians privileges that they can never forget this now experience Still others receive impressions which a bide and result later in their salva tion It Is the time for those who are still unsaved if they expect over to gain eternal life to be about It in earnest lie who neglects tho time of great opportunity when many others are coming to Christ and when spe cial efforts aro being put forth by has no right to expect that at any other time ho will find repen tance easier Tbo man of God who is to lead us this year Rev Milford II Lyon of Wheaton Ill has been used to bring many thousands to Christ lie led the great work In Oberlin 0 last winter lie has recently closed a powerful work in Napoleon 0 and comes to us from a series of sue cessful meetings In Gencseo Ill Ills time with us will bo short only eight days beginning Sunday It H COWLEY MD prepared to treat dlieue of the Eye Nose Ear and Throat Industrial Building Berea Ky Hours a to 4 pm HYDEN CITIZEN rBANK Transacts s general banking fcntl sea We invite you tpecUHy fA place at lest a pertdenf yur wit I w whether loge ssmall 4 10 Jfo efs HYDEN KY ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED Work Promptly Returned CONN BROS Lancaster Ky oeo 00L 0II01 0 fO t n Necessity is mother of invention ft Women hove suffered with their feet for because they could not get a nice shoe that riot ehurt The is nt last met in theII Society shot for women U Nice curves conforming son1 AII comfort in every pair 1 have 0 their Isg a nice a shoe and friend have number forward by Christians account GpJY 0 rI r0 WON j 350 0 off STAR BRAND SUOES ABE eerr sod i MRS SR BAKER Ii L0BEREAKENTUCKY c n I atIternconlater and each night at 730 oclock A word to Christians Tho success ot these meetings rests more on the people of God In Borca than on Mr I Lyon If wo fall to do our duty In workII us denominational lines and our own pleasure and let tho business of ordinary tfmes suffer neglect If necessary whllo wo give all our energies to the glory of God In tho saving of men It is time to seekI tho Lord until ho return and rain usI Ills tells I ofIIII FIsher a former member of tho House of Representatives I SOUTHERN OPINION ON NEGROES I One of the most hopeful In occasionIalgetting more frequent of somo south I ern pastor or southern paper For example the Rev Dr Leo of Atlanta Itbustho children of slavery All of ours churches aro doing something toward collegesforand preachers But the direct and sympathetic and patient and con stant effort practised by our fathers to reach and Influence tho masses of the colored population by the gospel of Jesus Christ is not made by us ot 1 on I Po is I on i e C AND Successor to B R Robinson All calla promptly attended t u1lht lad diy No 4 Sara Kjr AT ST 1 v Office hours film 8 to 4 City Ilioni 13 Teeth fiirMi AIJOUT Gluten to Suit All Conilltloni J M rite ltnrilr 1 We want In all parts of the U S to sell our Dr Williams Pllla Send us nAme and and we will send you 12 boxes to sell at 25o per box and when soldsend us the a lull set of cooking consisting of a 2 A and 6 A r ot these are to Intro duce our DE WILLIAMS OHIO J t A y 3the present day As a general thing Negroes arc left to themselves Their moral and spiritual condition Is pathetic and pitiable beyond the poWer of words to describe It we continue the policy of them alone of no effort to reach tho of them by the religion of they will not only go lower but tho occasion of hardening and making pitiless and Chrlstless tho whlto who live around them Tho Lexington Dispatch N C ton talns an editorial of like sympathy Has it ever occurred to you that tho newspapers of this country owe something to tho raco other than recording day after day the crimes that Negroes 7 What newspaper your range ot reading gives any space to the raco to promote tho best Interests of these people You cannot name one Wo hold them up to ridicule wo show their denso ignorance and views to make white folks and we tell with unfailing reg ularity of tho worst they are guilty of not forgetting to say big black brute and how ho was lynched Now all Negroes are not bad There Is many a good man them It Is rare that we no tlco him We owe It to him to notice him tell of tho good work ho does not only to encourage him butto en courage of his 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in old ago are r the wicked children of youthful India 1ereUonConnecticut comes along with a story of a lien with a wooden leg Another nature faker tblsAprice of meat will advance from hour to bour An International yacht race with real boats instead of with freaks would be approved by Americans as well as Britishers Crown Prince Frederick William of Germany is taking a course Intended to prepare him for tho throne That must be a fino trade to learnt The Rev Mr McPhersons observations that sin is merely virtue in the wrong place is suggestive of the an cient truth that dust is nothing but mud with tho juice squeezed out Luther Burbank has now succeeded In producing a tree that bears seven tythree different kinds of apples Since tho days of Adam says tho Dal timore American the apple tree seems to have a fascination for men of the j experimental frame of mind 1 A West Virginia man had his hopes of happiness blasted by tho ghost of the former husband of the lady he was to marry appearing to her and warn ing her against another matrimonial venture just before the knot was tied This was indeed a meanspirited terference 4 A statue of Zolatobeerected In g Paris directly opposite the Palace of Justice And thus Is appropriate honor dono to the memory of the mat who has made the greatest fight t justice of modern times and won the battle almost niagle handed In face of the 11moattremendous odds American manager of an Eng IThe is trying to break his or guards of the habit of their hs and to say Hampstead and Hlgatotlnsteadof I Arnpstead and Ighgate The first thing he knows that manager will find in tho clutches of tho hu mnosociety at the Instigation of his outraged subordinates J Plerpont Morgan is to pay = 5000 a month rent for a house In Europe and Henry Allen notifies him that he canIn gas t for f100 month But observes the TO- peka Journal just as like as not Plerp I will insist on going ahead and being cheated just the same Some people are extremely bull headed A Kansas man is convinced that ad i 5b1llandpapers Within three hours thereat ter he had the bill returned to him oy a stranger who had found It The l next day says the Ohio Sun he found t the missing llllnhia vest pocket and sow declares that advertising paya past exactly 100 per cent The 1002 girls who arrived on an j iHamlgrant shjp the other day In a search of American husbands are des cribe as fascinating But If they were not fascinating enough to attract woeldbe husbands in their own I conatry how do they expect men in I the United States with the high standard set by the American girl to handTIa A peculiar run of Indian names la 1glvellby the Indian School Journal in the case of a woman whose name was Mollie Panther She first married Mr Coon and next a gentleman named Fox and after his demise wedded Mr Mulo When Mule died she became I Mrs Wolf then Mrs Tiger and wound up the list by marrying Mr Hogg gettold1 j a 0r 1 i i nrial1Jjrli51atinlt Nrr rbI31y t11t Uttitrb tttte5 By PROF HENRY R SEAGER or Columbia Unlvenlty I mN the field of social legislation the United States is behind the more progressive countries of Europe The ends to be aimed at in any program nre 1 To protect wageearners in the continued enjoyment of standards of living to which they arc already accustomed and 2 to assist them to attain to higher standards of living The principal contingencies which threaten standards of living already acquired are industrial accidents illness Invalidism and old age premature death and unemployment These contingencies arc not in practice adequately provided against by wageearners themselves In consequence tho losses they entail in the absence of any special provision against them fall with crushing force on the families which suffer from them and only too often reduce such families from a position of independence and selfrespect to one of humiliating and cmciency estro ing social dependency The following remedies for the evils resulting from this situation may be suggested Adequate indemnification must be sought along the line of workmens compensation for industrial accidents at the expanse of the employer the British system or of compulsory accident insurance the German system The former seems to accord better with Ameri can ideas and traditions The primary conditions essential to raising standards of living are energy and enterprise on the part of wageearners and opportunities to make energy and enterprise count in the form of higher earnings The principal contributions which social legislation may make to this end are believed to be measures serving to encourage saving for future needs by providing safe investments for savings measures protecting wageearn ers from the debilitating effects of an unregulated competition measures serving to bring within the reach of all opportunities for industrial training true greatest present need is for a postal savings bank like these of European countries If energy and enterprise arc to be kept at n maxi mum wageearners must be protected from exhausting toil under un healthful conditions Laws prohibiting the employment of children be low 14 in all gainful pursuits should be uniform throughout the United States and rigidly enforced There should be laws limiting the hours of labor of young persons over 14 and protection should extend to 18 in factory employments There should be laws limiting the hours of labor of women and regulating their work with machinery for efficient enforce menteAnd there should be prescriptions in regard to sanitation and safety appliances Cg1iit 11 1Rigl1t in 3LtliahI Wimr By DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS Noted Lecturer and Preacher It is the right of the child to play in order to grow during its years maintains his health during maturity by his work for his profession is in reality his play The child has an artificial oc cupation named play through games Having the food as raw material for the body that foodcan be built into the physique only through the free play of tho legs and arms through exercise and fresh nir In the parks we behold the maple bough pushing out n soft growth of one or two feet and then the sap coursing through the young growth furnishes food then conic the spring and summer winds to give the sap nnd the bough its exercise playing with the leaves in the air bending it twisting it hardening the young growth until it can stand up against the storms of winter And not otherwise does the growing child need iU exercise The little boy flings out his arm with the ball and so stretches the arm Then when the arm is stretched along comes the angel of the blood and drone in a little wedge so that the stretched arm cannot draw back One thing therefore is vitalthe playground Given a dozen blocks of houses and stores there should be one block not for A park but for play A schoolhouse for the mind with no playground for the body is a form of folly Menial development Js on after glow of muscular and nerve tissue that has already unfolded Athens had a law that reserved certain blocks for playgrounds running tracks and swimming Rome had their intellectual suprem acy because they built a perfect body for boys and girls knowing that a healthy mind would in evitably follow As a matter of fact the Greek pur sued genius by making the central building the gym nasium while wo make the central building the schoolhouse for the intellect Both views repre sent a perilous extreme QInmntrttittl- QIn1tbitin1ti uuzti- By u nON JAMES BRYCB- Ambassador trOm Great Britain natural nonproductive Man pools- Athensal1l1 Trade must under modern conditions go on in tremendous volume in the United States Oscillations in trade oscil lations in railway and Other stocksthey are as inevitable as changes in the temperature and changes in the barometer in our atmosphere All that we can do is to meet them with serenity All that we can do is to knowand happily all sagacious business men do know thisthat they do not necessarily represent any decline in the conditions which make for real prosperity I do believe that these oscil liitions do not affect tho permanent prosperity and fitubility of great industrial undertakings or of commerce as a whole They do not I believe revealanything that is unsound in the tnateritilcondition of the country ho far as I can ventureto form an opinion the industries andcommerce of the whole continent of the United States and Canada also which is now advancing with such rapid strides are in a state of stable and as sured prosperity With your practically inexhaustible resources and with the energy and capacity of your people it could hardly be otherwise I rejoice as n lover of America that I can look forward with confidence to along future prosperity for you of constantly expanding commerce ac ompanied by the constantly increasing comfort and happiness of nil your people x I f 4n n- y TOO BAD FOR PUBLIC JEROME WANTS EVELYN THAWS STORY TOLD IN PRIVATE DEFENSE VERY WILLING Young Wile Deglnt Testimony But Prosecutor Tears It to Pieces Prisoners Mother Takes Witness Stand New YorkA series of surprises brought the Thaw trial near a crisis Friday Doth Evelyn Thaw the wife and Mrs William Thaw the mother of the defendant were on tho witness stand and Just as tho former was about to relate anew the story of her life as she told It to Thaw In Parts In 1903 District Attorney Jororan arose and suggested that In tho Inter est of public morals all persons gave those Immediately Interested in tho Casa should bo excluded from tho courtroom during tho recital of what ho termed a horrible tale Tho do fonso agreed and Justice Dowling ad journed court until Monday morning when he said ho would decide tho matterSuggestion Is a Surprise Tllo district attorneys suggestion was a distinct surprise and called forth tho remark from Justice Dow ling that It would have come with greater force at tho first hearing of the case When Mr Jerome arose it was generally believed that ho was about to contend against tho admls slblllty of young Mrs Thaws tostl mony on tho ground that it could not have had a very serious effect upon the mind of tho roan who mibse quently becamo her husband bias much as the homicide did not occur until three years thereafter Mr Jerome had previously objected to Mrs Thaw detailing conversations she had with Thaw three years prior to the tragedy but Justice Bowling ruled that tho declarations of the de fondant wore admissible on general principles and without any reference to the Wood case under which the evidence in dispute was admitted last year and which Mr Jeromo had been expected to ask a construction of this yearI will not except to your honors ruling said the district attorney as he took his seat after his objection tor tile state has no power of ap pealTears Evelyns Story to Pieces Then Mr Jeromo attacked the wit ness In another way and by standing immediately In front of her and ob jecting to practically ovary question which Mr Littleton asked In his preliminary examination as to her early history cut tho young womans recital from the effective narrative form it assumed last year Into a hundred fragments Many of the Objection based upon irrelevancy and Immateri ality were sustained by the court When these failed tho prosecutor was ever ready with others until the testimony fairly was torn Into shreds and had lost entirely the Many little touches of human interest which were a part of the narration last year when no objections were offered Mr Jer Intendedtoand a lot of other stuff which had no place In tho trial Elder Mrs Thaw Testifies The day however was One of good progress for tho defense Tim elder Mrs Thaw pale and weak from her recent illness was assisted to the witness chair and repeated a large part of the testimony she Rave a year ago Her appearance and tho sincerity of her evidence as she told of her sons strange conduct after meeting Evelyn Nesblt and hearing her story had a marked effect upon all who listened On account of her weak condition her examination was interrupted by consent to be resumed some time next week when she Will toll of Thaws Infancy District Attorney Jeromes manner while the mother was on line stand was all deference and It was his lug gestion which led to the respite In her ordeal Hut when the young wife took the stand the change was marked Jeromo glared at her from the very first and his objections wem fairly shouted In her ears Well accustomed to court usage from her former experience tho young woman waited patiently for u ruling aatoeach objection When they were sue tamed she was silent whoa overruled she was ever read with her response Earthquake at Qonalves Haytl Port an Prince lIaytlA serious earthquake has occurred at Oonalvcs 65 miles northwest of this city A few houses have been destroyed and others were damaged No loss of life has been reported Communica tlon with tho town Is broken The shocks continue The first was fob lowed by a tidal wave Among the buildings destroyed are the commer clal houses of Herrmann Adlor Jollbert Moving Picture Shows Closed Mobile AlaMayor P J Lyons Friday ordered all moving picture shows In this city closed An Inspection of tho buildings was made and revealed that the fire exits were dangerous to the public Three Girls Killed In Fire Scranton Pa Three girls were kilted ten seriously Injured and a cere pr more slightly hurt at a fire la the Imperial Knitting companys aitl in Dlx court la the contra part It tho city Friday l MAW ttf CAP THE DUSINESS DOG Takes Money and Duys His Master His Paper Every Morning Cap Is a wlso dog Ho buys tho paper every morning and carries it homo to his master to read Unfortunately Cap cannot read himself Cap Carrying Home the Paper If bo could ho would alto get the news out of tho paper Cap Is n black and white English setter owned by A E Dayton of 11 Sumner street Dorchester says the Koston Globe lie is seven years old and since puppybood ho has shown himself an uuusual dug All tho common tricks of dogs come easily to him unuuuhh THE YOUNG MAGICIAN How He Can Do a Coin Trick With Handkerchief and Glass Tho performer exhibits a small glass allowing It to bo examined lie aso requests the loan of a silver quar ter which Is marked for identification Ho exhibits n largo colored handkerchief showing both sides Next ho places the marked coin under tho folds of tho handkerchief and requests one of the audience to hold It He then places himself in such a position as to be able to hold one of Flying tho drooping corners of the handker chief while the other hand grasps tbo glass At the word of command tho handkerchief is pulled from tho fingers of the observer and at the same In slant tho coin Is both wen and heard to tall In the glass and both are in stoutly passed for examination Procure two large red and white handkerchiefs alike In pattern anti stitch both together by the four heum or sides having previously placed a quarter of a dollar between the two This coin of course will fall Into ono of the angles of the double han kcr Poo- TIT FOR TAT SOCIETY Jessie Was to Darn Jims Hose and He Was to Shine Her Shoes Jim and Jesslo were twins as much alike as two peas in a pod with this awful difference one was a boy and the other was a girl While Jim was small enough to wear long curls and pinafores you really couldnt tell which was which but when ho got rid of his curls and went Into trousers everything was changed He began to put on lordly airs and to order Jes slo about Jessie opened her blue eyes at first In astonishment she never thought about tho trousers but though she was only a girl she had plenty of spirit and would not bo Im posed upon I wish said Jim one day that youd naiad thesis holes In my stock lags Jess and he held up a pair of dreadful looking objects What wit YOU give met asked Jessie Ill say thank you and let you watch mo sail my new boat ho an swered condescendingly Thats nut fair began Jessie and mamma broke In I should say not It Jessie Is to darn your et klflPth reJUltbem for tat Now listen to my plan foRh winter which understand andmam ma shook her finger warningly must be followed rigidly From today 7 or ganize aTlt for Tat society Jesolei I know will agree to darn weeks supply of stockings in return for which every Wednesday and Saturday you must play bootblack If you fan to polish her shoes on thoso days you will be forced to carry the holes in your atocklngsovezU the next week sad if Jessie ralirttir seoibat you are properly provided the boots will go r IrJIll chief delight Is buying tho pa per Ho Is an early riser and cve morning bo fidgets and whines about until his master gets up and gives him two pennies wrapped up in paper with which to get tho newspaper Cap wags his tall happily when ho starts out with tho money In lib mouth for Edward Everett iounre which Is not tar oft for ho knows hu will find a newsboy at the square and that tho boy will sell him a paper If the boy is busy Cap walU hU turn Then he thrusts ids nose up toward tho boy and opens his mouthj Tho newsboy takes out the lUUo pack age and opens It aP4 watches him anxiously when ho takes eut the money On getting his paper bo starts straight home All tho dogs In Bos ton could not divert him tram his path n of duty Hut Cap is cautious and If he sees trouble omlng hU wny he makes a detour Me U suspicious of strangers until ho has satisfied him self that they have no designs on his paper and takes the middle of the street when ho eccs anyone approach ing ho thinks ho cannot trust i When Cap gets homo and hfif JIsdispatched 1 lieved of responsibility Ho watches the reading oJ the pa l P T with satisfaction wagging his tall as It to say You wouldnt ban thut AI If It wore not for me I It would take considerable nanny to buy Cap V I chief as tho latter Is held In Uu cen ter Then request tho loan of a quarter and have It marked Exhibit thin I marked coin In tho right hand tho c l left being underneath the handker chief and as the fingers of that hand right pass beneath the folds it Clint and carries with It tho corner of tht handkerchief containing the hidden a coin up and underneath to tho centeriof the handkerchief where It can lito felt and held by the observer at the t same time palming tho marked coin Request that tha holder grasp the handkerchief for security Just be I The Coin neath with the left hand This Is really to prevent any uninvited exam Inatlon The performer now takes a position ono corner of the haodker chlefln his left hand the empty glass In his right In the palm of which U the marked coin and at tho words of Presto pass or other word of command relaxes the muscles of tho right hand allowing tho COlD to taU visibly and audibly into the glass and at the same Instant twitching the handkerchief from the fingers of tho holder with his let Qiaos and cola are thea passed for Identlftcatloni 4 unpolished Now all In favor of Jnrj vv plan say AyM Ay uy they both cried and It Z M was adopted at once If the boys and girls would like t t know how It worked let theta try it and see SOME PIDDLES V6W- hat animal Is never oL11 The gnu new What part of a household dooji a half frozen wren most reVombloT Tho kr ytWhatdoing his first sum in arithmetic The adder i hctwloenjathe pants first then make thornXyou makd a pie thin cut 1t What Is the first thing a wan puts In his garden His toot f t With lsthat lady whose visits nobody wishes though her mother is weltcor- ned by all parties Misfortune jWhat thing U lengthened by being j cut at both pads A ditch What burns to keep a secret Seal 1j tJUg wax iWhy does tho eye resemble a schoolr t master In tile net of flogging vitas i ilIeraldAn Experiment Tako three bowls and stand them 1 In a row In tho bowl at one end put s itwater It bear in tile ono at tho other end put ico water In tho middle bowl luktr ttwarm water j Now hold your right hand In the 01 hot water aid your left hand In the lcold say for a mlntito or more then suddenly place both hands la theilukewarm water and notice the effect ir0J y r THE OILLOVING DOGFISHrI A Veracious J Nature Story I I Dy Edwin J Webster I 5x lutprtlibl by W U Cfaipmin I The Capo Cod fishermen dont seem to be the men they once were said uold Rklppor sadly Not that the hoya today arent Induatrlous and willing to work But they dont appear to kayo tho bralna and foresight t tho man of a former generation did Captdnoctthimself and always had time to Join In a name of poker or anything else that tended to uplift tho community Yet In ono summer with tho help of his trained dogfish he caught more livinghereabout barnphllnaopberthat bothered him he didnt get bluo I Will Look to Capt Enoch for Their Cod Liver 011 over It or unduly exert himself He just looked around for Borne way to turn it to his own advantage Ono day when Capt Enoch took Ms boat tho Mary Bell out for a fish ing trip he met the rest of the fleet coming back The old man was nrlevixl at what ho considered the lazl new of hla comrades How do ypu expect to make enough to support your family and Join the canto tonight If you atop work at this Mule of day ho shouted to Abnnr Blmpkfns There aint any lighting today IlkThosesway nil tho other nab Theres no occasion for using such words replied Capt Enoch se verely Dogfish bavo as much of a mission in the world as lazy fisher men Everything the world even a bobtail sub has tho teed of some good la U I was with Capt Enoch and I noticed that aU the way back to port he was doing a pretty heavy stunt at the thinking KAIIIO A dogfish is nothing tnt a little shark said Capt Enoch meditatively as wo were pulling up to the wharf and H ought not to get the bettor of a Cava Cod fisherman Tho reason dogfish Hurt the fishing Is because they drive other nah away from the boat Hut If a dogfish could ha taught to drive fish towards a boat ho would savo a certain worthy but weary old fisherman a great deal ot work and help owel that fisherman bank account Aa you say everything has a mis alon in the world I answered doubt fully But with an extended acquaint coos among Capo Cod dogfish 1 never met ono that seemed to regard It as hi tuUston to help out lazy fishermen It you could orgnnlzo a Fisher mens Aid tsoclcty among the dogfish there would bo good money In It Its considerable of a contract though for m man of your years to take up + Tho next day Capt Enoch went it fishing for dogfish There wasnt any trouble aLe lnJ all he wanted but It jWaR some time before he captured ono which bo thought was young enough to be trained Then he built ft little pond with n sluiceway that the tide i could sumo up through nnd put the dogfish iti It Tho dogfish didnt seem to apprcdnto tho benefits of training and civilisation and sulked in one cor nerol1alt Enoch was hurt but not discouraged When ho nets Rood and hungry Ill feed him he said cheerily Lit tie by Utllo ho will como to know and love tho mart whd rescued him from a watery wilderness And It wont be long niter that before ho Will per coin that tho only way ho can got anything to eat Is by doing his duty and driving1 nah towards my boat Whon tho dogfish had grown pret ty hungry Capt Enoch threw a small flsh Into the pond Tho dogfish start ed after It Capt Enoch kept treading him off with a pole until finally the dogfish realized that before ho got tho fish ho would have to drive it In the direction of Capt J noCh This was kept Up day after day and ct last tho dogfish came to recognize that It was a caso of driving fish first and eating afterwards By this time he know Capt Enoch and wasnt afraid ofblm- JIlo next day Capt Enoch took out the Mary Belt carrying fire dogfish ta a little trough ho had madeln the s bottom of the boat When he reach s ed the fishing crowds ae tossed tae 1i 1 I J flt dogfish outorr the dogfish started rounding up u small school of fish and drove them towards tho boat Capt Enoch threw In his line and caught a fish while tho dogfish grab bed another nnd began eating It on his own account It was right hero Capt Enocha assisted fishing Industry Mtnick tho first snag As long as tho dogfish was hungry he would drive fish towards the boat As soon us his appetite was satisfied ho would lay oil and would not do anything more In the fishdriving line until he was again hungry which was a matter of several hours So Capt Enoch wasnt making much more out of It than If ho had been fishing alone When it began to grow dark the captain whistled to tho dogfish The well trahted fish swam up to tho side ot the boat Capt Enoch lifted him Into tho trough and sailed home Tho good old captain WOE feeling pretty depressedThis but somewhat stupid flshasssltant of mine Is all right when bo Is hungry said Capt Enoch In gloomy tones But ho doesnt seem to appreciate that the end and aim of this Industry is fish for Capt Enoch not meals for a train ed dogfish Unless ho develops an appetite for something besides fish I dont HCO whero Im gulag to realize much out of the game Tho captain stayed awake most of that night pondering over tho sub ject for ho hated to think ho had thrown away all tho labor ho had expended In training his pet dog fish Tho next morning though when I called at his house he was looking pretty cheerful What in tho best and most nour ishing thing In the world ho asked almost gleefully I wasnt certain Some persons say whisky Is I responded sort ot hesitatingly For my own part I prefer good old New England rum Still If you have both Ill try each and then givo an expert opinion I dont mean for men said Capt Enoch hastily Its fish especially dogfish that Im referring to What do they Rive consumptives and people In need ot nourishment Funerals Of course not Cod liver oil In large quantities U fed to them It seems to mo that It wouldnt take long for my civilized dogfish to acquire a de clded taste for cod liver oil It being a fishy product And when bo onco has the cod liver oil habit bo will find that the only way to obtain tho longedfor stimulant Is by doing a Rood days work driving fish towards tho boat of old Capt Enoch So Instead of taking tho trained dogfish out on fishing trips Capt Enoch kept him shut up In tho little pond until tho fish was remarkably hungry Then ho offered him a liberal dose of cod liver oil But a taste for cod liver oil seems to be an ac qu redone even with trained dog fishes and Capt Enochs pet Just salt fed at tho oil and retired to a corner of the pond In disgust Capt Enoch went away and didnt come near the pond again until the next morning Tho dogfish was on hand ravenously hungry Capt Enoch again offered him the cod liver oil The poor dog fish looked up with a pathetic grieved expression Then ho gulped down a little of the oil slut he didnt show any evidences of hilarious delight Ho may not like it now said Capt Knoch calmly but a good many people dont at first It wont bo long She Was Laying Down the Law though before he will turn up an Inv dlgnant nose at any fish which hasnt been flavored with cod liver oil Sure enough at tha end of n week tho dogfish would take his cod liver oil without showing any particular signs of disgust It wasnt long after that before hi would hardly look at a flsh unless Capt Enoch had flavored it with a little oil dressing And wheu ho could get a drink of pure cod liver oil ha was the happiest most con tented dogfish along Cape Cod He would take tho oil la his mouth and wallow It down slowly so as to get tho full benefit of the flavor Then he would swim placidly about the pond waving bla fins gently and with on expression of pure delight on his face When tho dogfishes appetite for the oil had reached this stage Capt Enoch determined It was time to begin the fishing expeditions again Loving caro and Several quarts of good cod liver oil havo been lay shed on you my sharklsh looking friend ho said to the dogfish Now It is up to you too do a little fishing stunt For you wilt get no more oil until you have done a good days work for your trainer and bone factor Ho put tho dogfish in tho trough In the bottom of the Mary Bell and sailed tQ tho fishing grniinitH When ho reached thorn he showed the dog fish tho bottle of cod liver oil and then pointed to the water Then he threw the fish In The dogfish hung around the boat a little white evidently try tog to show that he would lIke his cod Ever oil before he began work But Capt Enoch waved huh hand to wards the fishing grounds as If to In Cents that it was ftsh frat and oil later So the dogfish swain on nun pretty soon had driven a school of fish towards the Mary Bell HH ap preciated that It was his duly to keep thorn there as long as Capt Enoch wanted to fish and ho swam round and round that school ct fish round- Ing them up as a shepherd dog does sheep Capt Enoch pulled In fish as fast ho he could handle the line un til the Mary Doll was half full Then tho captain drew In his line and whis tied to tho dogfish Tho faithful creature swam up to tho boat Capt Enoch put him In tho trough and gave him a big drink of cod liver oil Take a good drink my cherished pet said Capt Enoch as if the dog fish could understand him The oil costs money but the fish will sell for a good deal more No ono can say that honest Capt Enoch begrudges his faithful assistant a drink of cod liver oilthough for my own part I prefer other beverages Each took a liberal drink of what ho liked best Tho dogfish curled up contentedly in his trough and Capt Enoch steered the Mary Boll back to Wellficct where be disposed of the biggest catch of the season All through that summer the dog fish worked for Capt Enoch anJ day after day tho Mary Bell returned to port loaded down with fish After t zTossed the Dogfish Out time Capt Enoch got out of the haoit of shutting up the dogfish In the pond nt night That fish Is tamo and dont core to leave his happy pondslde said Capt Enoch Ho knows that tho only place whero ho can get oil which Claddeas tho hearts of dogfishes Is tom honest old Capt Enoch Thero la no danger of his running away And It Is a nuisnnco to be letting him In and out of the pond But It was this lazy goad nature on tbo part of Capt Enoch that caused him to lose his trained dogfish One day whllo tho dogfish was driving flab towards The Mary Boll Capt Enoch noticed that there was another dogfish evidently a female hanging around The captain was pleased at this My pet will marry settle down and live a respectable life ho remarked complacently Tho result wjll bo a lot of little dogfishes who will look to Capt Enoch for their cod liver oil and In return will add to the profits of tho fishing Industry With in a tow years 1 will be able to organ ize a dogfish fishing trust and control every market along the Atlantic coast Ono morning after a pretty steady stunt of work the dogfish swam up to the boat and got a drink of oil Then ho swam to where the female was She poked her nose near his mouth It was plain she was smell Ing of his breath Then abe gave a disgusted flirt of her tall and swam away The trained dogfish followed and tried to explain things But she wouldnt listen to him and ho return ed to tho Mary Bell with a mighty saddened expression Tho next day the dogfish wouldnt touch tho cod liver oil It was evi dent ho was making himself popular with the female though far from com fortahlo himself The day after that he yielded to temptation and took an unusually large quantity bt oil The femalo wouldnt look at him He swam back disconsolately to the boat and drowned his grief In cod liver oil which CapU Enoch handed out In liberal quantities Women never did man or flsh any good said Capt Enoch who was a confirmed old bachelor That is a Delilah dogfish She Is trying to lead you astray attempting to persuade you to abandon tho man who trained you her IIThecod was plain that bo had a pale yellow taste and a troubled conscience When he reached the fishing grounds the fe male was waiting for him A man didnt need to be an expert In flahi naj turo to see that she was laying down the law tolling him that he would have to choose between her and the cod liver pit Capt Enoch saw that his protege was wavering and held tho bottle of cod liver oil over the side of the boat The dogfish saw It lIe was on the verge ofleldlng to temptation nhd had begun to swims slowly towards the Mary Bell I But tho female got In front or him looked at him In the most reproach ful manner and putting a fin over him tiled to turn him away Ills appetite for cod liver oil wasnt strong enough to conquer that appeal Tire lovelorn dogfish pave ono last longing look at the oil then turned tall and owain out to sea at the top of his speed He was fleeing from temptation Capt Enoch gave a sigh and began liaullriK in his line Another good nah eona wrong he said sorrowfully Another promis Ins career ruined by feminine Inflit aces I rraaauaa Jesus theSaviour of the World Sunday School lessOR lor Feb f 1903 Sptdaily Prepared for This Paper LESSON TEXT John JlZt Memory vendee H1S- OOtDJoN TEXTFor God so loved the world that hit gave his only begotten Son that whosoever UclloveUi In hint evertasUnglifeJohnTIMKBometlme In April A D 27 during Jesus visit At Jerusalem for the- PaovOr John was still preaching In the wilderness Early In the first year of Jesus ministry he having five or six followers at that time PLACEBomo room In Jerusalem at a house where Jesus was a guest Reached by an outer stairway Comment and Suggestive Thought What Is tho Kingdom of Heaven It is that condition or state where God reigns as king where ho Is the supreme object of love and service whero his will Is the law and men obey it as naturally us they breathe and where all his subjects aro formed in his holy Image and inspired with his spiritual life It is that for which wo pray In the first petitions of the Lords Prayer Ho belongs to Ooda kingdomWho God as his Father Who hallows his name Whose supreme desire and aim is that his kingdom shall come Who does Gods will on earth as it is done In heaven And when nil men have this su preme choice ol God then this world will have been transformed Into the kingdom of heaven Paul expresses tbo essential mean ing when ho places the fruits of the Spirit whose source and Inspiration are the Holy Spirit In contrast with tho works of the flesh This kingdom naturally required some form or organization to best ac complish Its work But tho two Ideas however closely allied aro distinct as are body and soul Ono may have tho form without the spirit and ono may have the spirit without tho organlza tionWhat Was Jesus Teaching About Belonging to tho Kingdom ot God f V 3 Verily verily Repeated for tho sake of emphasis I tho teacher sent from God say unto thee This Is my message Except a man be born again Greek anothen again or anew as In R V and Am U from above Whosoever is born again is born anew and born froze above Ex cept a man havo a new spiritual life imparted by the Holy Spirit In addl lIon to his natural lIfo received through his parents he cannot see understand know the meaning of feel the motives realize the presence of the kingdom of God What IB It to Be Born Anew from Abovo1Wo have a natural physical life Wo live In a world of sense Our supremo choice may bo to enjoy this life to niako Its pleasures and desires supreme to possess tho things that minister to it at any cost at tho ex pense of other people at tho expense ot conscience nnd duty and love This Is the life of the flesh of this world A thousand good lovely and charming things may come Into this life But the test of the life is what Is our supreme choice This life Is imparted by tho spirit of God enabling one to choose God and gain the victory over the lower nature It Is by this power through this Inspiration under this influence that wo aro enabled to bear the fruits of the spirit which aro the virtues of the kingdom of heaven V 5 Except a man bo born of water and of tho SplrltThere is no article in the Greek before Spirit To understand this note several things In tho circumstances 1 John was baptizing with water as a symbol of repentance 2 Baptism symbolized tho cleansing of tho soul from sin 3 Baptism symbolized the outward profession the entering into tho visible kingdom 4 Nlcodomua was familiar with tho rite with this significationWater denote either or both of two allied meanings 1 The Lord hero declares that there are two elements or factors In tho now birth putting away the old life and receiving the now Water was the natural and familiar symbol of cleansing from sin off putting away tho sinful past of confession of sin This act the Phari sees were not inclined to believe as applied to themselves They refused to bo baptized by John and thus con teas their need of forKlvWess What Was Jesus Authority for This Teaching It was first the authority of the Scriptures To Nicodemus ex clamation 9 How can these things be7 Jesuss referjhlm to the Scriptures V 10 Art thou a Master a teacher of Israel your business befog to study and explain tho Scrip tures And knowest not these things T You will And this truth in the Scriptures outeachas for instance In Ezek 1119 1831 3626 Jer 247 3133 It was secondly the authority of personal knowledge and experience- V 16 Oed So Loved the World Not merely heavenly beings angels and seraphim and saints but this poor sinful unworthy worlds so far from him in character Let us quietly ponder the treat deep utterance First there Is The Lake God so toyed the world next The River that he gave his only begotten Son thirdly The 1ltcherthat whosoever be llevrth on him and lastly The Draughtshould not perish but have everlasting life W Reb TtBOfl NlCOll D IX 6a t E t 1855 Berea College 19073i FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS S k Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all- Over 60 iattrictm 1175 students from 27 states i Largest college library is Kentucky NO SALOONS i A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter lecturesIIblllryand the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bibles Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management eta Free text t booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management PrInting Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady lu Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course aa fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra foes ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ceo man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches acesn- ary for State certificate MUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course SmaU extra fees a Expenses Regulations Opening Days Bereft College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money revtceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ne pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improves For any who rosy bo sick the Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train- Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in winter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more 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 books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the beet but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm yrrafit nnd underclothing umbrellas sad overshoes aro necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbreMan and other necessary articled at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough ran rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board Without coffee or extras SL35 a week lathe fall and = 150 In winter Fur room furnished fuel lights wash lug of bedding 40 cents a week la fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books eta This Is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school band ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for mow undents is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools 600 in coursea ith Latin and 1700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental foe end room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weoks 295011 one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 1100 deposit middle ot term 915- WINTER12 weeks 2900I one payment S2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle ot i term 900 REFUNDING Students who lave by permission before the end a1a term receive back for money advanced On board in full except that no allowance is made for any tractionof a weekOn room eli but fifty cents but no allowance for any fraction ot almonth On Incidental fee a certificate allowlngthe student to apply the amount advanced for term bids wizen he returns provided It Is within four terme but making no allowance for any traction of a monthrIT PAYS TO STAYWhoa you have made your Journey and are well startedin school It pays to stay aa lone AS possible THE FIRST DAY of tho wlnterterm Is January 1 190S For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY r + qw j That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men anti boys who see it The mountain people Ilk a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with twa blades of razor steel and a doll f paper that is worth more to the motta tain people than any other dollar paper in the world TW Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar I I That brings iajulwcriptions all the time If yw bare net jot itjen eUiMto havfc y f J fr a a i f IT Er SCHOOL I Problems of the District School I Chapter VII Making the Work Practical Ily ln f DlrmuoW children are ready for the IWhenreader they may bo supplied I with a primary history From this they both read nnd reclto In class Iishould may precede tho read order to ascertain how well i tho lesson has been studied and wheth I or difficult parts are understood As each paragraph 1s read the main thought should bo called for nnd I emphasized Pictures and maps should never be overlooked each contains something helpful to the understand 1 lie of tho narrative Side lights from books and pictures should be brought to class by bdth teacher and pupils In the e ways the danger of flagging intoreat will be avoided The most practical thing about hist ory is its influence upon tho char actors and lives of those who ctudy it By bccomlns familiar with tho lives of men who have been chiefly Instru I mental in making our country what I it ia wo learn to enulato their virtues nnd avoid their mistakes Much depends J upon the teacher as V how the children will look upon men and deeds If ho lauds military heroes a- boveI others they will look upon them has the really great ones while the- i achievements of the peaceful will be less regarded It is easy to fire the imaginations of children especlall i boys with tales of war and to lead I to overestimate its importance 1them all of our wars have J been for principle and not for con quest consequently there is less dang er in their recital Our military her roes likewise have been for the most part not soldiers by profession but chosen from ranks of peace they be came warriors by necessity Washing ton was a lover of peace greater as a citizen than as a soldier more zeal ous for his countrys welfare than for his own aggrandizement Grant tho educated at a military academy was a peaceful citizen at Galena Illinois when called to take part in the great conflict of the Civil War He became the greatest general in that war but when It was over and he was elected to the presidency his motto was Let us have peace PI Until recently too much space was j given in the textbooks to wars and i battles and they received undue atten e tlon in the schools The present tendency to give them less prominenceI is to be commended The study of history thru the course should accomplish practical result in at least four Important particulars L They should learn that the really I great men of a nation are those who sacrifice personal interest for the goo of the country that those who secure office for gain or for self aggrandize ment are not great but the reverse that a patriot is one who seeks to pror- Conticued For cream of chicken soup the stock in which the chicken was cooked should be highly seasoned and used for making the white sauce The flavoring material is taken out when ready to use the milk l Make the white sauce according to previous directions using the hotI flavored milk Add the vegetables just before serving letting boil up well onloeIa Ai InIrc3EsI toup egg 1oucream on top of each plato of cream soup adds to Its taste and attractiveness A few grains of nicely popped corn Is a pretty addition to cream of corn soup I A cupful of cooked vegetables measured before mashing should bo used to each two quarts of liquid I Cream soups are very nourishing c and are especially good for children or invalids By their use tho vegeta bles left over from dinner may be turned into a nourishing supper dish good both to jtho taste and to the eye C CREAMED POTATOES Make a medium white sauce and without lakj ing from the stove add an cutiIntoa fork until thoroly mixed with tho whit o sauce and well heated through Thoymay bo served at once or bet ter still be turned Into a buttered bak Jng dish covered with buttered bread r 44S mote righteousness peace and prosper Ity that officesockers grafters and demagogues ore not to be trusted nor honored that many of our greatI IJreteriwont nor every I eltIIbenJ 2 They should acquire a knowledge of our Institutions how they came Into being their cost and moans of sup renderItho presidency down to the smallest country postoffice Is for the comfort and convenience of tho people to promote I the onward march of civilization All our Institutions the nsIIlumsare Opula11tlonThese come j chanco and are not to bo taken for wisdomIand labor and sacrifice of many gen J eratlons Those who established them f ourlgood themlIwe thisI toIpublic trust that those whom we elect to office are our servants and of them I we have a right to expect faithful ness industry and economy I 3 They should be thoroly impressed I with the idea that it is the patriotic duty of every man to make the best possible use of the means provided by the government for the upbuilding of the national character To this end schools have been provided that every- child may have an educalion that will I fit him for citizenship It is a nai tonegIleet Itryshim of it is to sin against the tion and against the child Theyl should further be taught that it is obedlIentroads and other public improvements to pay his rightful proportion of the public taxes to cheerfully render ev ery service his country may require 4 That true patriotism consists i being as well as In doing If one truly loves his country he will try to bo the kind of person the nation delights in The silent influence of righteous life is infinitely greater than any amount of empty boasting Character is as essential to the nation as service and each individual must contribute his share lest week rTHE HOME r Creamed Dishes jlSome from last Week I crumbs and set into the oven until brown Serve from the baking dish cheeseTaro I plain American BAKED CREAMED potnIItoeswhite sauce makes another variation to this dish- CREAIED CARROTS Prepare like creamed potatoes using chopped car rots boiled in salted water in placo of the potatoes A dash ot nutmeg should be added to the carrots before serv ing I CREAMED CABBAGE Cut cabbage head into medium fine pieces Cook until lender In salted water necessaryto wltblthedish and pour over it a seasoned white sauce- CREAMED IEAS Cook peas un tin tender in salted water using only water enough to cook done Before serving add a cup of medium white nndlserveunlll tender in salted water If strong WhenIt serve I I BAKED CREAMED ONIONS When onions are boiled tender place in aI medItomcrumbs sprinkle with bits of butters and bake fifteen minutes or until hurned on top I y c CORRESPONDENCE Continued front Lot Paxe ITIIIU Ethel Jan lSCold snowy weather Everybody seems very busy set nc wood There have been boru to Mrs Media Slzemoro two fIne baby boys Miss Clara Rico visited her coujln Mien Mary Rico one night last week and had a tine time making canc1t Miss Eva Madden from iaulden Visited friends and relatives on Sextons Creek last Sunday Willie Mcssor has moved into the house with Marlon iKccloy Choi Ferguson visited Miss Mary Rico last SundayMr II II Rico Mr Dlalno Measor Mr Jamrs Bowling visited Mlssoa Clara nnd Lo ona Rico last Sunday G corgo Horns by took dinner with U S G Rico last Sunday Ho was on his way to this singing school at Mt Ollvo Mr Hornsby Is teaching a fine singing school at Mt Olive and Is having good attendance Dorn to the wife of Everett Clark a fine glr1l1I8s Mary Claralandand had a fine Umeo W Dutch has gone back to the picture business Mr Henry Metcalf visited U S O Rices one day last week Mrs Lizzie Oldham made a flying trip to Ethel last Thursday Mr O W Carroll has moved to Island Creek Enoch Banks and wife paid them a farewell visit before they moved The people til miss Mr Carroll Mrs Fannie Pier Icon tho has been at Jackson Breath retwLPed jlCct slid Mr George Murrel made the boys near Ethel scatter Mr Murrcl afteribeen housed up all winter visited U S G Rices one day last weekMr U S G Rice made a business trip to Mrs Martha Rices one day last week Miss Millie Messer visited Miss Clara and Leova Rice last Sunday light and had a fine time- IlOJLLt7 Hurley Jan lSVery snowy bad weatherThere was preaching at this place last Saturday Saturday night and Sunday conducted by B H Cole Misses Minnie and Eva Johnson were the guests of Misses Ellen and Maria Roberts SaturdayMr Ellhu Hurley of this place went to Egypt last Saturday where ho will attend school this winter Miss Polly MOo Collum who was Intending to start to school at McKee this week did not lnltownLottlevisited their aunt Mrs Letha Gab bard Sunday night Mr and Mrs Grover Gabbard visited home folks last SaturdayMrs Louise Gabbard was the guest of her son Mr Wm Gabbard Saturday night Mr and Harvey Cole and little son Roy wereI the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Collum Sunday night Polllo Collum was the welcome guest of Lottie Lattle and Maggie Cole last sandiLickbard Jr has been attending court at McKcc Mr and Mrs George Hillard are visiting friends and relatives this week Mrs Sarah B Hurley was thou guest of Mrs Jno Roberts Saturday Mr Chris Roberts killed four largo hogs Tuesday Mr B II Colo was at Llge Angels on business Wednesday Mr Ellhu Phillips is very poorly NATIIANTO- VNathanlon Jan 1A largo num ber of men are without employment in this part of the country since the downnunterslare ing a business with his broom factoryDorn to the wlfo of Will GmntjWhlltlkpryarns and cracking Jokes with his many friends Last week Mr Reuben Allen was married to Mis I Sulllo Bowies We wish the couplo a happy lItelII1ss Lottie and Fannie Davis visited Miss Martha Bingham Sunday night Mr Grant Mooro made a flyinji trip to Welch burg this wc kI The Blngham brothers are doing goo I business logging this winter They have eight rafts ready to run and nro waiting patiently for tho tldoltIr s Leonard Coffey was the guest of Miss Lllllo Blngham Sunday Mr Ncal Moore has been very busy for the last I week fencing his yardMrFrllnk Montgomery has just completed a now barnlIIr Burnett Bingham passed Mondaylastat Gray UawkllrJ O Bingham made a business trip to Maulden Tues dayMr Eva Burns visited his moth er at Bullskin last weekTho Mc Whorter brbthere are doing a hustling business Mr W A nldaylIl1slresses Davis Friday and report a nice timeI r aL DEADLOCK ALL SET Extra Rivets Have Apparently mien Applied to Kentucky Sena torial Situation MAY HOLD ALLTHROUGH SESSION j The Six AntlBeckham Legislators I Show No Sign of Receding From the i Position They Have Assumed From the StutIn the Meantime Alt Leg Iislation la Being More or Less Neg I Interesting Notes From Our Correspondent at the State Capital j I Frandfort Ky Jan llThe predicted and expected deadlock In the race fof United States senator Is now I a certainty and It may continue till tho end of the legislative session Since the balloting began on Jan 14 all tho Republican members of the leg islaturo have steadily voted for their nominee former Governor W OBrad j ley while six Democrats have declin ed to voto for their nominee former IJ 0 W BECKHAM J C W Beckham That la the situation in a nutshell and of I course there Is all aorta of speculation as to the probable outcome but aa a I matter of fact no one knows what the winImean while all legislation will be neglected If the senatorial race could be set tied next week there would be a pretty bit of fencing over the proposed tem perance leglalatlon Senator Rives of Christian has already introduced two important temperance blue that will be fought bitterly by the ll uor interests The first bill Is ess ta stake the county unit local option law apply to every county In the state whether the county contains a city of the fret second third or fourth class or net The second bill la more aweeplag than theIment to the constitution which will permit the whole state to vote wet or otherIas more than a half dozen bills propos fog a vote on as many amendments are already pending It will bl a race aa to which will be the lucky two to hamperIbill from being passed aa the friends of other measures will work for their own pet ITho menauresj basso company known a the tobacco trust out of btiMncae In Kentucky haa already begun In the legislature Representative Crccellus of Pendleton county has Introduced a bill which makes It unlawful for that company or nny other trust or combine of Its kind to do business In Kentucky If the trust violates the provisions of the bill 1 the amount of the fine Inflicted will bo unlimited as It Is left to the discretion of the jury trying the caae Tho bill also seeks to prevent the agents or I buyers of the trust from purchasing tobacco In the state liS a fine of 6000 I and Imprisonment for one year la provided for such offense Mr Crecellus I also introduced a bill providing a pen nlty for anyone who shall break his contract to pool his tobacco or other crop It Is understood that the Anent can Tobacco company haa several Influential i agents In Frankfort who will make every effort to have these bills defeated but the temper of the legis lature Indicates that they will be passed An effort will be made at this see don to reduce tho rate ot stato taxa tion from CO cents on the 100 to 42 cents on tho 1100 RtpresentallvoI Gus Richardson of Meade county has already prepared such a bill In ad1 dltlon to the proposed reduction In the rate the bill proposes to abolish the present tax warrant syntem and will fix the first day of January each year as the final day upon which taxes can taxpayersd j as tho last day under the present law Is Nov 1 The Richardson bill also proposes to change the manner of tax fag dopby placing dogs on the same footing as horses and other livestock which are claaaed aa property ao If a man owna a fSO dog he must pay theme tax on the dog that he pays on a 150 horae There la BO much preju dice against any sort of a dogtax however that It la hardly probablo that this feature will bl adopted though It seems aaturrd that the tax rate will bo reduced unless the senatorial fight defeat all Important legislation Senator Durham ot Madison county has Introduced a bill providing for a vote on the question of amending the constitution that each bona fde housekeeper shall have J350 worth ot land dwelling or appurtenances exempt from taxation This will likely prove a very popular bill for what the fiver age property owner loves above every thing else la to escape aa much laxa con asjwsslble Aa a matter ot fact a law would greatly en courage thousands of renters to pur chuG homea At every session of the legislature from COO to 900 bills are introduced makesIbeapmost Important one pee pie but aa a rule not over ono out ot five of these bills ever gets beyond oneIdos the titles ot the meet Important being aa follows Bill making It a penitentiary offense to kill ftak with dynamite or other ex plosive Bill requiring railroads to carry adult passengers at two cents per mile and one cent per mile for children un der twelve years of age Dill to ropeal the registration law so far aa It appllea to flub and sixth claaa towns Bill providing that property tit nonresidents In the hands of a trust com pany or trustee shall pay taxea at the home of the owner and sot at the home of the trustee Bill appropriating 75000 tor the ea tabllahtnent and maintenance of a state tuberculoala sanatorium Bill appropriating 460000 to com plat and furnish the new statehouse aid 50000 for a new mansion for the governorBill prohibit the playing of boa ball M Sunday Bill to add the words manufactured artlelea and fire Insurance premium rata to the statute on pools trusts and conspiracies Bill repealing the law requiring reg latratiea certificates to be issued Bill to prohibit the use of pam green or other persons on growing tobacco and to regulate the sale of puts green Bill U prohibit the dealing 1m fur turea or on margins on stocks and bonds Aimed U kill the bucket chop evil Hut staking aa aaalgnment of wage or salary Illegal unless accepted In writing by the employer Bill creating county boards of educa ilea wlU power to build and maintain ackeolkonate and employ teachers Bill providing far heavy fines for the operatla of poolrooms and prohibiting telephone and telegraph companies from furnishing them Information ate hone races Dill to prevent the manufacture and lale of Impure or deleterious foods or drugs la this state Bill to create a board of bank exam inert and providing for a periodical examination of all slate banks Dill to prohibit betting in any form on the racetracka In this tale Dill to amend the insurance laws no I that Are Insurance companies may be organized with 50000 capital stock This la dose to permit smaller com panics to organise to take the Insur ance CIa tobacco that has recently been cancelled by the big Eastern compa she Dill to allow pay to Jurors who are summoned but not accepted on the panel t Bill to Increase the salary of circuit judges to 16000- DIII substituting electrocution for hanging of condemned criminal the electrocution to take place In one ot the penitentiaries BUI permitting farmers to pool their crops and authorizing them to employ agents to sell tho pooled crops for IBm to prevent the Importation of atrikebreakera into thle state Of coarse all the authors of tho above bills are busy electioneering with other 1 lllatorl to andIthere are lots of disinterested lobby iata oa hand to boot certain bills and to delay and defeat others but these pelttlolaaa promises are of the pie- crust variety caally broken and many of these bllla will never pass either branch of the legislature All of which reminded a legislator who haa had some experience of an apt story Ho said his alstcr was trying to teach a little eightyearold negro tho catechism and a few facts about historical characters She was putting him through the qucsllonlng ono day and the little negro had arilwered very well telling her that Samson was the strongest man Methuselah tho oldest man and finally she asked Who was George Washington 7 You never tol mo nuthln bout repliedI Ho was a Ire said Miss LucyIThe llllle negro scratched his head for a minute aa If puzzled and then asked hiss Lucy whut wuz de matter wld him 7 ri r 1- I THE MARKET Berea Prices t Eggs per doz20c Butter pot lb1620c Potato Irish per buO 801 00 v Apples per bullipZIiO Bacon per lb 1220c Ham per lb iTo Lard per lb1012c Turkeys undressed 1112c Rabbits each lOc Chickens on foot per Ib =10c Chickens dressed per lb124 I Walnuts par btt 40COc Live Stock Louisville Jail 21 1003 Choice export steers 4 7G G JO Light shipping steers 4 10 4 75 Choice butcher steers 46 4 60 Medium butcher sire 3 7G 4 25 Common butcher stni 3 25 31i Choice butcher helter 3 CO 45 Medium butcher 1I01ttrs33 3 75 Common butcher heifers 2 76 3 25 Choice butcher cow 3 CO 4 00 j Medium butcher cows 3 01 3 CO Common butcher cows 2 25 3 00 l Cnnnors 1 00 2 00 Choice fat oxen 4 25 4 7C Medium oxen 3 00 3 CO Choice bulls 3 00 3 CO Medium bulls 2 60 3 00 Common bulls 2 00 2 CO Choice veal calves C 00 C CO Medium veal calves 4 00 5 CO Common ealrts 2 CO 3 60 Good feeders 4 00 4 7GIMedium feeders 3 CO 4 Common feeders 3 00 3 CO Choice stock steers 3 CO 4 00 Medium stock steers 3 00 3 CO Common stock steer 2 CO 3 00 Choice stock heifers 2 75 31S Medium stock heifers 2 25 2 75 Common mixed stackers 2 25 2 75 Choice milch rows 35 00 40 00 Medium milch cows 25 00 30 00 Common mUch rows 10 00 20 00 floes Choice packers and butchers 200 to 300 Ibs 450 Medium packers and butchers ICO to 200 lbs 4 C- OCholco pIgs 90120 lbs 4 00 4 30 Light pip 6090 lbs 4 00 4 20 Light shippers 1201CO lbs 4 40 Roughs 150GOO lbs 2 CO 4 00 sntar- Chole fat 9iMp 3 60 400- Med11aahsy ISO 1 M- MOauaa hey I 3N- C9Back 1 2 51 Choice lambs C CO C C- OMOoo4 kmUawr lacer 100 Calla ail taU ers 311 411 MESS PORK 110 CO IIAUSCfelM sugar eIUI4 light sad special cure 13c heavy to medium UK to IStte- SHOULDERSfa per lb BACON Clear rib sides lot rB ular clear aides lOc breakfut bacon 15c sugar cured ahouldera IVJc baot extra lOc bellle light 1C heavy lie LARD Prime steam in tierces Stfc pure In tierces Ic in tuba lOc DRIED BEEP 12c EGGS Case count 21c per dot candled 22e BUTTEIl 15c per lb POULTRY Spring chickens small 12c per lb large 10c hens lOc duck small young lOc old 9c turkeys young 12c old lie geese Cc rabbits 160 per doz- SQUIRRELS12G per dos WHEAT No 2 rod and long berry 1103 No 3 red and long berry 1101 CORNNO 2 white ccvic NO 3 mixed G6J4c OATS No 2 white 63c No 2 mlxldI 51cRYENor 2 Northern 93c Tan Mark Price at the depot at Bare per cord Ot700 Ties TIESPrIce at the elation at Berea OffootSpokes Prices paid by Standard Wheel Co j at listen for black or shell bark hick ory spokes split or sawed Per ThonaiFirst size A and B grade 3 16 00 First alze C grade 9 00 First size D grade 7 9 If Second size A and B grade 21 00 Second size O wade 12 00 I adThirdOOlitFourthFirst size Is lin on the heart 1 J In deep and 28 to 30 inches long Sea ond size Is 2 in on the heart 2 In deep and 30 in long Third size la 2K In on the heart 2 In deep and 30 in long Fourth size ls 2l4ln on the heart 2H In deep and 30 in long A k B Grade is good sound white coarse heavy growth live timber full to sizes and free from defects C Grade Is good sound white U- mberthat f Is lighter in weight and growth ia finer and not so heavy aa the A B Grade It must be free frost delis also and toll to slaaa T DKOVERED BY IRK L UN POliCE h WAS THE ANARCHISTIC PLOT TO DESTROY AMERICAN FLEET HARBOR OF Rio JANIERO SELECTED FOR THE DEED Dastardly Scheme Was Conceived In Europe Individual Named Jane Fed Her of Petropolls Understood to Do tbo Leader Rio fcmorro Jan OTho Braxlllai IHllcn have discovered nn anarchistic Plot bvro having as its object tho ilcytnnslcn of part of the American now lying In tho harbor Thu conHjrrnicjr while centering lu lUo Janeiro and Pctropolla has ramlflca tloiw rn Sao Pmilo and Minns acme An Individual named Jnno Fcdhor who rvnWod In Petropolis was the chief ronspfrator here although It li understood that foreign anarchists are deeply hrvolvcd In tho plot Fcdbwr ht bolloved to havo fled to yen rvruto nml tho police who know Mm havo boon sent to that place for the ptwroso of IIPflrl1h ndlng him Ono of tho detectives who was well ncquuhtfcfl with Fcdhcr having served fin tint police forco at Petropolls fo- rpmo time Iturned tram that place fi having nmdo invcstigtrtlona thcnv mid had a long conference with tho duet pf police of Rio Janicro Tho latter gave It out later that thu Sao PunTo potion are on tho track of tho urrtnwnephntor pnd expect to arrest htoi Croon In on official noto tho chief ot pollco- iay3 Samo time b foro the arrival of the American fleet at Rio Janeiro two Dm r linn guwrnmcnt received from Washington and Paris Information that anarchists of different nutionall lien firtenOol to damage ono or several of ho strips of tho Amcricnn fleet The names slat addresses of the conspira tors wtaro indicated by information which din police hnd received pro viously from Franco and Germany The twflco of this district aro working with ho police of San Paulo nnd tlnIt r rigorotts vlgllanco observed both on Ittjiurybeing havingmadeho did not feel ho should go Into any further tMnlls with regard to the con tiplracy bat ho authorized the state ment that the plot was organized by IIOOI1Ittat an of the conspirators had token refuge In tlio Intoror- AB yot the people of Brazil ore If nornnt of tho details of tho plot to do Injury to tho visitors although thorn has been same slight inkling of the matterThe impression which the exposure of thIs plot win create bore will bo a profound enc because It Is tho first anarchistic consnlrhny that has urer been imam In Brazil Tho police of San llinlo Imo wont word that thoj sro on the track of tho malafnciont who they declare will not bo allowed to ttmro to Itlo Janloro- WaBlrtnston Jan 20Rr Adm Pills Imry nM tlmt no adrtcoa wore re rolvcfl at the navy department from Ur Atfm Kvans regarding plot nt JUn ARSENIC PUT IN FLOUR And Entire Family Is Poisoned Five Deed Cook Insane TtocWato Tox Jan 20lIro num hors of limo family of seven nt C Sneer a Gcnmm farmer living neat this city are dead and tho other two aro report Pd dyhrg from poison All became cud don 111 after eating supper Friday evening Sauer and his 9ywirold chllfl expired In agony that night and the foUerwIng day his wife nnd two wore of their children died Arsenic had been found In the house and it Js believed that the poison was placed In time Cimr from which the bread woe wado WhIch the family ato at tho fatal supper Tho family cook has suddenly gone Insane It Is rumored Slashed Throat a Razor 8L Lytrte Jan 20E killed a rnnn with a wan shooter and I will pay tho penalty written with a pencil on oloooVepattcrcd paper was tho auto Ictt by Charles Deskell aged 18 a shoo ctitton who killed himself here by slashing Ills throat with a razor His body sod tho note worn found by his mother It Is thought from tho note that be became suddenly Insane Gilbert Dropped Dead Rlciraond Va Jan 20 Henry Oil bert owner of Gilberts Hotel dropped dead tn his room Mr Gilbert was soon fo T o elected to the city council He was a member ot tho local shrlno Knights Templar and Elks Three Noted Quests Now York Jan 2fGeorgoUlor telyon Wm J Bryan and Chancellor Day have accepted Invitations to attend tbo dinner of tho Missouri society at the PJaia on February 4 Coon will bo Mil for 260 It wilt bo tho moat olahonrto In tho history of this society forty Injured Paris Jan 20In an Inpcnetrabh tog whfdh shrouded Paris and its sub urgSj runaering all transportation most dangonffis two electric cars collided at Vltjy Forty persons were Injured t MvArtt ff them serious Y JOTHAM BANKER INDICTED PRESIDENT MONTGOMERY OFTHE HAMILTON 18 ACCUSED It Released on Ball CharQed with Irregular Acts While Vice Pres ident of Institution Now YorkTho special grand Jury which was sworn In to Investigate the conduct of certain banks In New York county returned two Indictments Wednesday against William R Mont gomery president of tho Hamilton bankTho charges Involving ovordraUa and ovorcertlflcatlon kayo to do with nets alleged to have been committed by Montgomery while be was vlco president of tho Institution When K nand O F Thomas retired from their banking Interests Mr Montgom cry succeeded tho former la tho presi dency Tho Hamilton bank suspended oh October 23 last Recently tho courts decided that tho receivership should not bo made permanent The do clslon was made tho occasion of a Joyful demonstration on tho part of the depositors who headed by a band of music marched to the homo of tho president and cheered hint until ho resjionded with a speech In which bo declared that his personal vindication ns an oClccr would follow tho Investi gallon of tho banks affairs At the time Montgomery had been accused of lax management by Receiver White Montgomery was present when wanted Wednesday and In tho crlm mat branch of the supremo court pleaded guilty with tho usual reserva Hon of his right to chanGo his plea or demur to tho Indictments Tho 15000 ball required was furnished by William H Dlrkrnlre a director of the bank One Indictment charges that on August 29 last Montgomery drew a chock for 12950 payable to D F Btrassburger a Maiden Lane Jeweler and caused It to bo certified This transaction It Is alleged constituted an overdraft of 12869 The second Indictment s4ts forth that on September 6 last the defend ant drew a check to the order of Dr L C Warner for 21000 at a jlmo when tho makers balance In the bank was only 5918 This balance It Is charged had been further reduced to 3154 when the check In question was presented three days later and was paid by tbo bank REAL LEAP YEAR WEDDING Minneapolis Romance Is to Culminate In the Jail Minneapolis Minn Miss Emily Stogor 79 Fourth avenue south Thursday took out a license to wed Charles Eakln and Minneap olis first real leap year wedding cur molly Is to be performed In the county Jail akin tbo groom Is serving n five months term In the Jail on a charge of grand larceny In tho second degree MUs Stogor Is 22 years old Kaklnftago Is tho same Tho wedding will come as tho cul mination of a friendship which has lasted slnco their childhood and which developed Into love only after EakIn had been convicted Unwilling to ask tho woman of his choice to marry n man who had boon convicted of crime Hnkln believed that ho and Miss Blcgcr would never bo wedded It was hero that leap year entered tho romance Miss Stcgor visited Eakln In the Jail told him that she would marry him If ho wished and when ho bad consented she arranged tho de tails of thuJall wedding RENT RIOT IN NEW YORK Officers Attempt to Evict Tenants and Are Mobbed New York Forcible resistance by tenants whom an upper East sldo landlord was trying to ovlct resulted Friday In the gathering of a crowd of 3000 or more sympathizers In the neighborhood who made so much trouble for tho police that the precinct reserves were called out During tho rioting four women and a number of men wero taken Into cus todyTho Immediate purposo of the dem onstratlon however was effected tho marshal deciding not to attempt tho serving of moro dispossess warrants at tho time Falls to Indorse Hughes Now York After one of the bitter est fights In Its existence tbo Now York county Republican committee adjourned at midnight Thursday night without having Indorsed any candidate for the presidential nomination An attempt to take up tho tabled resolu tion Indorsing Oov Hughes failed and tho meeting was adjourned for one month Mills and Elevator Burned Kenora OntThe Mpple Leaf mills belonging to tho HedleyShaw com pany were destroyed by fire early Wednesday Tho elevator In which was stored over 300000 bushels of wheat was also destroyed The loss will reach 1000000 Insured WellKnown War Veteran Dies La Crosse WlsO S Slsson one of tho leading Grand Army men In Wisconsin and known throughout tho northwest wlvpro Jie fur many years acted us pension agent died Friday aged 62 Lumbermen Escape Prosecution Minneapolis Minn Demurrers to Indictments against 19 prominent lum bermen charging conspiracy to defraud were uphold In the federal dis- trictI Lochren court Friday by Judge William DEFENDANT IN MURDER CASE AS HE LISTENS TO THE TESI TIMONY IN COURT t 1 I LJ- XJeY rNiJPv BURY HOLOCAUST VICTIMS BOVERTOWN PA HEARS LAST RITES OVER THEATER DEAD Fatalities from Awful Playhouse Dis aster Likely to Reach 180 Say Officials Uoyertown Pa This little borough which lost ene fifteenth of Its population In time opera house horror Thursday turned to tho task of burying Its dead llccausoo tho condition of most of tho bodies tho borough authorities have asked the tnnavcd relatives to bury the dead within three days All night long scores ot men worked In the morgues preparing the Identified bod ies for removal to their late homes or to tho cemetery A long line of death wagons moved hero and thereabout the town distributing the corpses and by nightfall roost of Limo dead wore ready for Interment There was a slight hitch In the work of removing the remains from tho morgues through tho action of Coroner Strasser forbidding tho re moral of any bodies during his absence It rained slightly Thursday and there was a little fall of snow but dlgglnIdig graves In Fnlrvlow and Union cemeteries and they wore relieved at Intctrvuls Tho borough has decided to buy eight lots for tho burial of the unidentified dead In the center of the plot sufficient space will bo left for tho erection of a monument Thu death list continues to grow and It is now feared that tho number of victims will reach 180 and poe stbly higher Thursday Mrs James Fryer who was Injured by leaping from tho burning building died mak ing thin total number of known dead 172 Druce Witness Arrested London Miss Mary Robinson an American woman tho daughter of a southern planter who in tho recent Druce case testified that she know Druco as the duke of Portland that Charles Dickens told her that Druco was the duke of Portland and that Druco himself afterward confirmed time statement was arrested Friday on a warrant charging her with perjury IThree Killed by Wood Alcohol CatJohn Hart of the miser St Louis died Thursday from tho effects of wood alcohol sur reptitiously taken Ho Is tho third tlctim In a week to succumb to the poisonous drink two other Bailors are totally blind from the same cause and five others may never again be fit for active service Tho men procured tho wood alcohol from linoleum cement Torpedo Boats Reach Rio Rio Janeiro Tho American battlo ship fleet was Joined Friday In the harbor of lUo Janeiro by the torpedo boat flotilla numbering six vessels which arrived front Pernambucq and inchored tear the 1C big battleships Fatal Shooting In Illinois Town Springfield 111 Donald Stevenron A salesman for A mining company of Urcckenridgo Col was probably fatal ly shot by O D Hewitt a lawyer at Taylorvlllo Friday Hewitt gave him self MD and was released on ball a MPROCCAN REBELS ROUTED Great Victory Is Gained by French In Desperate Battle 4 Tangier News has reached hero of a tfjrrlflc ten hours engagement In a near Sottat Wednesday be tweena French column under the command of Gen dAraade and a col umn commanded by Mulal Rachld one of tho chiefs of Mulal Hands forces The French gained a splendid vic tory In tho face of heavy odds sue ceedlpg In dispersing tho enemy and occupying Seltat Twenty of th French soldiers were wounded bu many of tbo Arabs wero killed The latter not only offered a dogged and fearless defense but returned repeat edly 0 tho battle After they had been routed and attacked the French from threw sides In tho later hours of tbo fighting Mulal Rnchlds column was suddenly rOcnforccd by the powerful Chaouia trlbo which figured In the massacres at Casablanca and which had arrived from the mountains at tho very moment when Mulal Rachld was about t retreatUnder tho combined chargo of the now confident Moors the French not only held their ground but steadll threw back tho enemy driving the eventually In mad haste to the bill The engagement between the French and the Moors followed Immediately upon a 25 hours march of Gen dAmados column and under these trying circumstances the French forces are considered to have shown more than ordinary stamina and bravery The French wounded Include three officers After destroying tho camp of the enemy nt Seltat Gen dAmodo pushed forward and occupied Kasbah Ber Rohld Harriman Must Answer New York K H Harjlinan was directed In A decision given by Judge Hough In the United States circuit court Thursday to answer al 1 questions propounded to him by the interstate commerce commission ex rapt those relating to the purchase of the Union Pacific and Southern Pa rifle railroad stock In connection with the dividend ot August 1906 Judgo Hough also directed Otto H Kuhn of Kuhn Loeb Co to answer all quo s tions asked him by the Interstate commerce commission Chicago Has 600000 Fire Chicago Fire which started Fridaynight in the sixstory build lug at 19 to 23 Market street occupied by the wholesale grocery ot the McNeil Higgins company caused 600000 damago besides Injur ing several firemen and causing a scare In a hotel South Dakota Farmers Plowing Pierre S DNows from different points in Stanley county tolls of plow Ing operations near Hayes and Phil lips tho first week In January The centralMonster Oil Gusher at Baku St Petersburg Oilproducing firms here Wednesday received new from the Caucasus of the opening ol a mammoth oil gusher in the Bib i Eybat Hold et Baku flowing at the rat of 120000 barrels a day 4 e G IKentucky Gleanings J Most Important News GatheredJrom All Parts of the Stale WOULD OUST POOLROOMS Newport Senator Offers Bill Providing Heavy Fines Frankfort Kylnthe senate fol lowing tho Joint session thero was a flood of now bills and measures amend- Ing old acts Senate Joseph floe worth fathered a mcasfre to amend the constitution of the state no as tot crmlt the state to aid In the campaign of good roads Under the amendment It will be possible for the various con stltutcd authorities to appropriate mon ey whereyer It is needed for this pur pose Among other bills were tho fol lowing Dy Senator Wright A bill to make It n misdemeanor to Import strike breakers Into this state By Senator WyattA bill extending the law permitting farmers to pool their crops by permitting them to so Iccl tho agent or agents to sell pooled cropsSenator Wllbclml ot Newport introduced a bill to prohibit poolrooms by providing fines from 1000 to 5600 for each day one Is operated and prohibiting information being furnished them by telegraph or telephono com panics Uy Senator McNut providing foi electrocution of criminals Instead ol hanging electrocution to take place instate penitentiary DIVIDING LINE I To Be Drawn Through Mansion Left to Warring Kentucky Sisters Frankfort Ky Through the appointment of a committee to divide the estate of time late James Holt between his nieces Mrs Clara Clark and Mrs Clementine Deshon every provision of tho will has been carried Into effect Except the arrival of a child to inherit tho 742 acres of blue grass land after tho death of two women Neither of them however has given up hope that the stork will appear Mrs Clark bas been married 11 years and Mrs Desh on three years If these women die without children tho Masonic Orphans home at Jeffersonville Ind to which Holt gave 500000 will be 100000 richer as tho farm left to his nieces reverts to the homo It they die child lessThe estate tho most magnificent In Franklin county was founded by liar ry Todd who erected the largest house In the county outside of Frankfort The house contains 19 rooms with only four people to occupy it and al though the Bisters are not on spcakim terms they will petition tho committee to run a dividing tine through the theytfrom tho farm they must forfeit their Interest in It Model Farm Planned Frankfort Ky Commissioner of Agriculture 11 C Rankin derided to establish a model farm of 300 acres at Ulndman Knott county which will bo purchased and maintained by tho state and national government Tho sum of 3000 has been appropriated for tho purchase of the land and it will 3be conducted under tho auspices of the Womans Christian Temperance Union It will be a branch of the Slate university The location of the school was secured by Senator H H representingm locatesfarm To Arrange Dates Lexington Ky Jouett Shouse aeo rotary of tho Blue Grass Fair ossocio tlon as president of tho organization of Secretaries of Fair Associations In Central sad Eastern Kentucky has called O meeting for the purpose of ar ranging dates for tho circuit of fairs and agreeing upon n uniform classifi cation Will Ask Council For Work Covington KyTho committee of tho unemployed who called upon Mayor Craig met and decided to go before the council committees and demand an appropriation for public Improvements that will give employment to the loco Id the city who have lost their posy lions because of the business depres sion A Plucky Agent Somerset Ky Thomas Dean night agent for tho L N railroad at Oar bpursvlllo was assaulted by three men An soon as he recovered Dean went in pursuit and conilns upon his assail ants held them until officers arrived Charles and William Fletcher and Jas Noe wero arrested Newport As a Tobacco Market Newport Ky Considerable tobacco Is finding n market In Newport of lotto as the result of the night riders raids Much of It comes many miles by wag on principally from Pendleton and the southern part of Kenton and Campbell counties Opponents Indorsed Louisville All the ward clubs In the city have been Indorsing their repre sentatives who stood out against for n pr Gov Beckhara The Third Ward club hoe made a hero ot Chris Mueller while the 12th ward extolled Senators McNutt and Charlton to the skies New Tobacco Factory Proposed Lexington KyThero Is a rumor in circulation hero to the effect that Cin cinnati capitalists aro discussing a proposition to form a 1000000 come pany for the purpose ol erecting and operating n tobacco factory In this city 1- e It BECKHAM SHOWS NO GAIN Result Remains Unbroken In the Sen atonal Contest Frankfort leyTbe third ballot for United States Senator in Joint session 4 of the legislature resulted as follows Beckham CC Bradley 64 scattering 4 absent 3 The only change was that ot Mc Knight of Mason who voted for James B McCrcary and Senator Charlton of Louisville who voted for n W Knott Time voto for McCreary Is not consid cred ns announcing his candidacy- It looks like a hopeless deadlock un less the Republicans and antiBcckham Democrats can unite on some Democrat other than Bcckham Friends of exState Senator J Camp bell Cantrill ore proposing him as a dark horse Democratic senatorial can didate should Democrats decide It im possible ta elect Gov Beckham Cantrill was elected Kentucky Presi dent of the American Society of Equi ty last week and is strong with the formers Frankfort KyJ C W Beckbam for eight years governor of Kentucky tho leader ot the democratic party In the state and once the idol of the rank and file failed of election for United States senator soven democrats in the general assembly refusing to voto for him It was the first ballot to elect a Unit ed States senator to succeed James B t McCreary whoso term of office will expire on March 4 1909 The vote was taken in separate houses BeeU ham receiving 66 Totes while WltllnmI O Bradley the nominee of tho republicans received 64 votes Both houses will convene In Joint session nand will continue to voto on Joint ballot lay after day until a senator Is elected Deny the Deal Augusta KyT S Hamilton and non Best Directors of the Lovell and Bufllngton Tobacco Co Covlngton de ny that they have purchased 305 hogsheads of tobacco front the Society of Equity pooled tobacco cr any otberJamount Reports from and Brookville Is that the tobacco recently bought in that section by the i American Tobacco Co from Independ eels is now being delivered without molestation Burned In Effigy Ellzabethtown Ky State Senator W W Tabb was burned in effigy at Stlthton tLs county on account of his political views as regards the United States senatorshlp It Is not known whether the supposed rebuke was administered because he voted for Deck ham or because ho voted against him ns Senator Tabb voted against Beck ham Tuesday and for him Wednesday Awarded 5000 Frankfort KyAs a reward for sue 1 tamping fractures of his left arm left leg shoulder blade and skull DB High land of Louisville was awarded 5000 in the Franklin Circuit Court against the Mason Hoge King Construe I Hon Co Tho accident occurred ntLo foylette Tenn four years ago whey Highland was employed In a tunnel Democrats Assist Powers Paris KyTwo of the petitions for clemency for Caleb Powers circulate Ing In Bourbon county have been re turned filled Over 75 percent of tho signers are democrats It Is estimated that fully 15000 persons In this county will sign the petition Child Fatally Burned CovIngton KyTho threeyearold grandson of Louis Davis was fatally burned Tho child was playing In l front of a grate In its night clothes which Ignited Before assistance reached the child It was horribly burry ed about tbo body Night Riders Scare Paducah KyA tip to police head quarters and the sudden arrival ot many passengers on trains caused a night rider scare here and special watchmen were stationed at every tobacco warehouse t Former Police Judge Dead x Hyden Ky ExPolice Judge Jobs I Steele In dead Mr Steele had been in poor health for some time with com plicated diseases He was once an active business man ot the town and was wen known Will Clear the Title Louisville Ky M C Rankin and Caldwell Norton were nppoidtettaacommittee to clear the title of theMe Donald tract which has been selected as tho rermanet site of tho Kentucky state fair Begins Duties of Office Maysville Ky Thdihas A Davie state labor Inspector left on his first business trip He goes to Louisville where ho will map out the work to be done by him dud his assistants I Kentucky Incorporations t Frankfort Ky Articles of ration wore filed hero as follows CemtJtray Store Co Jefferson county cape tal stock 100000 Incorporators Jal- H DuUln Charles 0 Dobbins Charlon W Chambers J H Llndcnberger and John K Kearns No Need For Papr Ixnitsvllle KyWhen the Clearing House Association meets hero on Jan nary 21 It will celebrate thedocaaioa by retiring 200000 worth of certifi rates which were floated durtn Ilse Jate stringency y r1Ltxsr tut r c I L ofofofololofofolesofolelolalotettit f slvtolafclosolo- a B o i East Kentucky Correspondence f 1 News You Get Nowhere seIHo eomiponlene published salsas ilcoei Is tall by the wiittr Tit acme It cot trr poUfcttlcn bit al u triltnn of zoos Mtb Write plainly 0 b II r r I Mountain Life as we Moan to Make it Good Ilnnilft Good homes Good Churches Good School BEREACAPiTAL OF THE MOUNTAINS MADISCN COUNTY- V LLACETO- NWallaccton jan 20Bro Carrier- I filled his regular appointment at tho- M E Church the second Sunday Tho Rev T M Smith who has been very sick was able to fill his appoint ment here Sunday Mrs Lizzie Lu- casI of Chicago who has been here visiting her father C H Baker and other relatives will leave Monday for Missouri to visit relatives Mr Fred Gentry of Jackson County called here last Sunday Mrs Addle Gentry and Mrs Slntha Becknell are at Crook vllle attending to a sister of Mrs Bccknells who is very low with con sumption Dave Bowlln who has been very sick Is somewhat better now Moving seems to be the order of the day here Frank Taylor and family of Berea visited W J Weavers Sun EC1fieInois Friday Miss Ida Hust has been the teacher ESTILL COUNTY WAGKKSVlLL- iWagersvllle Jan 18 Beautlfu weather There Is a great deal of pretItyler entertained a number of friends Sunday last Those present were Misses Ella and Maude Park Lena Edwards Katharine Grace and Joan Wagers Messrs Frank Congleton Ambrose Wilson and Dr E E Ed w rdsHlls Annllda Henderson of cetarbrove is visiting her aunt Mrs J M Edwards this week Rea Scrlv 1nerIsvlsltlng at this placeMr Clay Moores takes chargo of tho Wagers vllle school on account of his slater Pattie being unablo to finish It Hume Wagers Is staying In Irvine this weekJ Q Serlvner Is on tho sick list Mr Hiram Fowler Is visit ing in Berea this week Mr Ambros Wilson Is visiting his sister Mrs Jas Kelley at Clays FerryJira Wor ford was In Richmond the first of the week Misses Maudo Park and Cath arli6 Wagers visited Vernon Scrivner 1Wednesday night Salesman A C through here Thursday i I ROCKGASTLE COUNTY GOOCHLANI Goochland Jan ISTho Rev Al corn filled his regular appointment at Pleasant lull SundayJames Luns ford has sold his farm at Sycamore to Wm Alcorn and will move to Pine Grove Jackson CountyJohn Phil lips of Goochland Is preparing to go to Richmond Va for a weeks stay More Anglin of DIsputanta visited J C Phillips and family Friday Gran Griffin Of Johnetta was in Goochland last week on business John C Phil lips was In McKeo last weekSeveral of the boys and girls of this place havo gone to Durea to attend school Rockcastle must bo very well repro sent d this term Singing at Byca t more has stopped slnco the church t houso was burnedJohn Anglin Dev il John and wife were in Goochland the first of the week Uncle Henry McGuire Is somewhat better at this writing Aster Garretto has returned from Tuscola IlJShella Fuqua has moved to Mt Vernon to run a livery stableMartha Jones will start Thursday to Richmond to enter school Kenneth Lunsford has gone to Be rea to make his future home CLAY COUNTY VINE Vine Jan 11Lots of rain now The singing school Is doing nicely with George Horn as teacherMr Reuben Allen and Miss Sallie t thetMay their life be a long and PenningIton entertained a large crowd last Friday night Mr Chester Robinson and Mr Mat Pannlngton Miss Laura Morgan Miss Lizzie Pennington and 4MrJ George Horn and others attended audle durley was the welcome guest of Rebecca Pennlngton last Saturday I I w a t Noah Smith passed thru InlghlMr days agoMiss Nancy is very poorly with a bad cold They will commence a protracted meeting at Mt Olive near this place on tho 14th Brother Ball and Brother Langdon will preach ItUIGIITSIIADK- Brlghtshadc Jan 14 Taylor Wa I gers a popular young man of this SpringIt have gone to housekeeping In the pro- pertyI once occupied by M H Fred erick John Mills has moved to the property occupied by Henry Hubbard last earD Y Colson will finish J W Jewells school at Indian Gravo Branch Gilbert and Floyd Wagers and Lincoln Smallwood are attending school at Berea Dr C T RIcketts has rented tho property vacated by J T MillsMr A C Day has gone to Join Mrs Day in central Kentucky where they will make their home The first real snowstorm of this win ter is visiting this vicinity Miss Florence Burchell who planned to make a trip to Cuba and stop teaching school for that purpose has post poned her trip and returned to finish her school here OWSLEY COUNTY VINCI iT Vincent Situ ISGood cool weath Mays1nrei with moasles Mr Harvy Mareum has a very sovoro case f mumps Sign a petition for the pardon of Caleb PowersMr Dill Rose of Levi pass I ed thru Vincent last week on his way home lie had been visiting friends and relatives in Jackson county Leo Peters of Island City pawed thru here tho latter part of tho wtekJ II Price was at Boonevlllo Wednesday Ion luOISDrown Bowman is erect farmiJganger for the Hartsook Distillery Co is on a lay off for a fow dasJ G atlIconiductdfinely with a good enrollment Henry and Robert Botner left a few days ago for Lexington where they both enlisted in the U S Army Mr Benjamin Mclntlro and wife of Beech Creek were the guests of Mrs Price Tuesday nightISLAND CITY Island City Jan 18IL C Mc George has Just purchased a flno pair of mules from D B Moore costing UOOThe school at Oak Grove is prOgressing nicely with attendance of fifty students teachers P M Fryo and D 0 WoodsJ C Gentry Is I erecting a fine store house at the old Bowman place Born to the wife of Narm Sizemore two flno boys Drum mer Robert Plerson left for Louisville Monday David Chadwell was the jucst of W M Anderson Saturday night W J Gentry has Just left for Boonevllle William Stewart Is erect Ing a blacksmith shcp near II W Briggs placaTho most Interesting I matter In Owsley County Is the great Interest pcdpla aro taking In signing the petition tcr PowersFrank Mc George Silas Bingham and Ballard Frye left Monday for Lexington to Join tho U S ArmyA B Carmack I and Emery Peters passed thru here Thursday delivering pictures for the Freeman Portrait Co Margaret McGeorgo was tho guest of H D Peters Saturday and SundayA Peters of Boonevlllo passed thru here Janu ary 15 on his way to McKee It has been talked that Brewer Bros will soon closer out their entire stock of goods JACKSON COUNTY- A mistake was made last week in the notice printed of tho appointment- as Assistant Secretary of State of CountyIt +s jYpqe +riMOnNgl+ h rerY YwN- i i l 1000 u your when It should have The Item waa us aU1l1thocarelessness of somo employe there The Citizen tries to get all its right but sometimes people on whom It has to depend make mistakes Wo I are always glad to correct them when we learn about them GREEN HALL Green Hall Jan 20Bunk Pier son Is grinning like a possum its aI uoy Jobo Evans failed to move to Irvin and left his family to board with his soninlaw whllo ho Is out on his trlpsmSl Alice Creech is housekeeping for Claud Mclntosh Tho Jackson County Bargain Store is enlarging Its building again by add ing a 10 x 50 ft side room There Is talk oJ another wedding In our neighborhoodS D Evans Bud Mtn1 ter Jim Evans and several others who have been life long Democrats were pleased to sign a petition ask ing Gov Wlllsou to pardon Caleb Powers Jesse Holbrook J P Wilson and George Plerson are hauling goods thin week for tho J C B Store Jackson County Is having much whooping cough and smallpox and Owsley measlesThero have been four deaths In one wcck with meas les but we havent heard of any one dying with small pox yet Corbett Evans took a scare and left Uerea College because of small pox but has come over Into Jackson county several times nearer small pox than when he was In Berea but donfseem to be scared nnyThe Hickory Fleet school closed Saturday night with a DunIigenof our country schools have been mighty clever this year The Jackson County Bergaln Store has sold candy to ten schools to be given to theI scholars as a traat Teddy Plorson who has been down sick for sixty days was ablo to celebrate his ninth blrthdayCharlle Plerson who went to Berea College several weeks ago writes that every day ho stays ho likes tho college better Harvey Creech who has been afflicted with bolls Is able to bo out again Tho money scare Is all over In our county and all business will soon be on a boom again except the whiskey bus InessJohn S Pierson Is going to Beroa this week to visit his son who Is In oollogaMllls Minnie Evans and Lucy daughters of R B Hvans have gono to Boonevllle to enter schoolG G Madder has returned from a visit to LondonIUTJI- Datha Jan 17Olr J S Tongue Is teaching a subscription school at High Knob with thirty tudtinui More arc expected next weekMr Charlie Bond of High Knob and Mice Nellie Wilson of Bgypt woro married Jan 18 May their journey through life be crowned with happiness and success Is the wish of their friends Marion Itridgo has purchased a farm Ho gave 110 for It Messrs Ban and Langdon are holding a series of meet ings at Mt Olive and will go from thero to High Knob and preach Mr Djivid Standefer of Letcher county is attending school at High Knob There is smallpox In Jackson county several cases at McKee and ono on Pond CrecK Tho Rev Mr Reams and Mr Bray are conducting a series of meetings at Pleasant Grove and have had six additions Dlllion Smith Is on the sick list this weekMr Crlt Bond and Logan Mullins were tho guests of Elbert and Speed Teaguo Thursday night Mr and Mrs Georgo Allen contemplate going to Illinois next month Mr and Mrs B F Gar land were the guests of tholr daughter Mrs Henry McKinney SundayPray er meeting at Steel Chapel every Sunday evening Willie McCreary has moved to tho Icum Ketchum farmITho Literary at High Knob is progressing very nicelyI Peoples Jan 13Bad weather at present but all aro enjoying good busIlnemlast Mr W B Baker is building a now dwelling on his farm near Lite1 KyMr Felix Parkers has had two dances at his homo In side of tho I last two weeks Carter Ball who has been away from homo qulto a while i Just returned with his bride Sapha i t Hellard of Livingston was visiting friends and relatives at last week Mr Bastls Spenco of DereaI passed thru here last week McXPE JanIuarythe 14th The grand Jury returned Seven of InstlLeeses house burning resulted In a hung Ju ry Eleven wefo for a four year sentence and ono ono for ono year Lewis Johnson was ponltontlarlod for threo years on a chargo of house burn lag tho samo offense Sloan Is charged with Frank Fields was given a term of one year In tho penitentiary for false swearing and Toni hose one year for houso breaking Tom Roses lIen lence was changed to a term In tho house of correction B L Martin of Evergreen and W S Jones of Gooch land wero In town yesterday on legal business It was reported last week that Lawyer A W Baker had smallpox That was a mistake Ho was unwell but smallpox was not tho cause There seems to bo a great deal of excitement about tho matter but In reality there are only a few developed cases of smallpox In tho county The County Board of Health has taken proper action to prevent any further spread of tho disease courtIof Boonovlllo and Carlo Little of Manchester Mr Little Is an eloquent speaker as well as an able lawyer Ho made a powerful appeal to the Jury In behalf ot- A J SloanC M Bowles dentist has been located at the McKeo hotel slnco court convened Mrs Abram Hollandsworth the lady who broke out with measles horn last Saturday whllo attending court as a witness died at her mothers home at Gray Hawk last night Tho McKeo AcndtI my opened for the winter orideredcount of contagious diseases It woul have been out anyway In four more days Continued on Sixth Tin NOTICE Some subscriber has not got the premium ho or sho Is entitled to We got a letter last week from some I IGim 0 I n ntercake and pastry more appetiz 0 ing nutritious and wholesome 0 0- I I 1aldn Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE This is thea only baking a powder made from Royal Grape Cream of 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if your subscription Is out But we have other bargains no have made arrnugoriientH BO that wo can soil several very good things to our subscribe ut low prices To now wibfiuriborfl wo give things so thoy will have n chance to learn whnt n good pnper TUG CITIZEN is but nflur they have onco rend it wo cannot afford to give things with it for it is worth morethau the dollar it costs But wo cau sell you some other things t cheap So you can get those things by sending just a little more money with your dollar for the piper Hero are some of our otters No IThat Citizen Knife Most of you know It Wo glvo It away to now Hubxcrlborx but old OUCH can buy it from UH for twenty five cents when they renew their paper The knife 76 cenU Tho Citizen 1100 Itoth worth 17r for 125 No 2The Farmers Rapid Calculator a thirty live cent hook that Is worth several dollars to any up to date farmer It tells what you to Know about almost anything on tho farm It Is a good book on diseases of horses cattle sheep and fogs tells you how to know what Is the matter and what to do It gives llgures tells you how to reckon Interest If have borrowed or loaned money or how many bushels of corn thcro aro in a load that weighs HO much or how to measure corn In a or 1 pile and how much lIeNllt takes to plant IUlaenorllo ninny brick lo build a chimney anti lots of thinga of that kind Ant It hn plItCONfor you to k ollnccotJnt ot your anti earnings anti ot what you bought and sold amid anything also you Slant torl11cmbur CXfllllllH ntnnn It Is just the thIng you want The III Citizen IOO Roth worth Itfor also No 3The National Handy Package Just tho thing our wife has boon looking for Needle and of all kinds Moro thnnn quarters worth but It m unlly for n quarter Wo soil it with limo Citizen for ten cents Handy Package 26 cents Tho Citizen 1100 lSfi for 110 No4A Fine Fountain Pen Not a cheap lonhut olio worth flOO with gold point and fine rubber barrel For school toachors or student or buslnesH momfor any one that wants a pen handy often Wo soil It with The Citizen for 50 cents The fountain pen 160 The CItizen 100 lioth worth T 2M for 160 No5A book The Mountain Peoleor Kentucky By William II Haney a mountain man toluhff tho history and the present condition of tho inounlnnn as ho sees thorn Tho booK Is worth MCObut wo will soil It with The Citizen for 60 cents The book 150 Tho Citizen 100 Both worth 260 for 1160 No 6 Another book Jesus of Nazareth A flno life of Christ by tho llov Dr William 33 Barton A fine book in beautiful binding with 860 Illustrations an ornament to any homo and n good book to read Tho usual prjco is 260 but we soil It for 100 Tho book 260 The Citizen 100 worth IntO for 20- 0You can get one of these with Your Citizen 1 They are easy to got Just write to The Citizen Berea Ky Toll us that you want to renew I say whet premium you want and send correct amount of money Wrlto your namoand addrotih plainly Tho beatway to send the money Is by postofllcQ money Gotono from the postmaster You can also send your check OR YOU CAN GO TO OUR AGENTS Wo havo a lot of them and they can tako subscriptions and sond your name and money and most of thorn can give you tho premiums If they havent them we will send thorn to you aa soon as wo get your money No premiums arc BOH t till the money Is paid If you want to do that go to ono of theso people Hrenthltt Countjr Andrew Bowman Athol Clay CountyMrs Mary E Mumy Busing Spring Henry Reid Sldell Kitlll County Talltha London JUppytop James R Lane Cedar Orore nine StilleStKindred Locuit Branch Mr Ju Lane Races Station Onrrnnl County National Daniel LanciiteiY Lancaiter Jackson CountyA UWIlllams Alcorn Dr A1 Nell Anntllle J M Bailey Bradthaw Miss Anna Powell Clover Bottom J W Jones Evergreen Jaci ton County Dank McKee N J Coylt Foxtownj J F Tlncher Ony Hawk lllHUttli flente Hugh JII lUjnoldl McKee Della Angel Ulddletorki Mlu FUreuc Durh Sand Gap Mlu Ida Klnj Olin lAurel County O P Neltori Teapler Mad lion County Un Eva Jones 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