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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f a- r I r r I T io0 STa111IY neat Mseir t4I1M Qc4wmnuo r 0oeOloIx7 Fire cents a copy BEREA MADISON JANUARY 30 1008 One Dollar a year No 33 BIO GIFTTO COLLEGE BY CARNEGIE He Pledges Half of Adjustment Fund Needed to Provide School for Ool ered One of tho happiest days Bcrsa has known In yeas cams last Saturday when word was received from Pros Frost that Andrew Carncglo had pledged 200000 of tho 100000 fund which tho college Is raising to pro vide for tho colored branch of the 4 school made necessary by tho Day Jaw which drovo tho negroes from their rlghta here Tho telegram from free Frost came early In yo mornlcg The news spread In a few minutes and soon there was rejoicing among all the friends ot the college A praise meeting was hold In the college chapel In limo evening and speeches were made by several of tho collfge people Prof Dodge told of the early days and tho colored Pe nftro In the Ichool 11Cren haw a colored graduate told what the gift would mean for tho colored people Treasurer Oiborno spoke of tho previous funds which have been rated by tho college Stanley Frost spoko a little of his fathers work and purposes and Prof Dlnsmorocx pressed his opinion ot tho great thing that had been dono In getting so much money Dr Thomson presided at the meeting and + lhcro was music by tho orchestra aiiatho Ariel Quartet Mr Carnegies gift Is conditioned ot ttio colleges completing the fund oC 100000 Over 60000 ot title has already been promised so there Is every expectation that the rout will soon be raised and tho colored cchool Is regarded as certain Besides providing tho funds for this school the 100000 will release i200000 which tho school hero has boon unable to use since tho Day law went into school is intended to replace i tho opportunities which tho colored people lost here In Berea The whole 100000 will bo pelt In grounds and buildings and furnishings and In en dowment so that the school will have a sure Income to begun on It Is hoped that other glfta will soon en large the work Tho school will bo built along the lines of tho great suc cessful colored schools such as Vamp ton and Tusieegoo and will do all It can to help the colored race It has not yet been decided Just where lid school will be located and probably there will be no decision till the next meeting of tho college trustees The plan Is to put It in some place where it will bo easy for most of the colored people ot tho state to get to It and where at the same time land can bo had cheaply Pres and Mrs Fjoot have been in i the East for several mouths working on the raising of this fund and this I i gift has come as a great help to them Their work has been very hard and unpleasant because of tho hard times They tio not expect to get back hero fur six weeks or so yet and may have raised a good deal moro ot the 400 100 by that time 01AI R INSTALLATIONS Capt James West Post and W- o1a mans Relief Corps had their annual Installation ot officers on Saturday tho 25th Inst at tho Parish House These installations were held In Joint sessions of the two societies tho for mer before dinner tho latter after ward Both woro conducted by the Department Commander Prof L V Dodge At tho G A R Installation M J Gobbard acted as Officer of tho Day and in the W R C Mrs Sallle Hanson served as Conductor Tho leading officers of Capt James West Post for tho ensuing year are followsCommander Alexander 2IIooro8 V Commander P t Policy J V Commander Coo W French Adju tant Alexander P Settle Quarter master IoVant Dodge Chaplain Lewis Saudlln Officer ot the Day James M Gabbcrt The following are tho correspond ing officers of tho W R C President Mrs E L Hanson S V President Mrs W Frances Hays J V President Mrs Elondar Gab lain Mrs Salllo V Blcknell Conduc tor Mrs Salllo Hanson At noon tho W R c served a t bountiful dinner which was greatly enjoyed by the goodly number of the two present and a few Sons ot Veterans r y L THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People IJVol COUNTY KENTUCKY c 200000 effectThis DodgeI organizations FOR BEREA z L= NEWS OF THE WEEK Thaw Case Drags OnPresident After Harriman With Dig SuitPenn sylvania drafters on Trial THAW CASE DRAGS Tho Tfcaw case has gone along without anything ot great Interest happening Doctors have been on the witness stand and have been engaged in giving ex pert opinions an to whether Thaws peculiar kind of cusscdness Is Insanity or not All tho men that Thaw pays think It Is Those that tho state pays think it Isnt GREAT RAILROAD CASE Tho President Is keeping up his attack on- E II Harriman whom ho has called an undesirable citizen for trying to control so many railroads without regard to the law or the rights ot either the people or tho stockholders A suit will soon be begun to break up tho merger of railroads which Harriman controls Tho case will bo tho most Important of tho kind slnco the famous Northern Securities case several years ago NEEDS OF FILIPINOSSecretary- Taft In a long report to Congress says that wo will have to go slowly In giving liberty to tho Filipinos as they aro far from being ready for self government The President in a letter sent with the report endor sea It GRAFTERS ON TRIAL The fa mous Pennsylvania Capitol graft cases began Monday Tho men all Republicans who had charge of tho building ot tho great capitol and stole millions ot dollars will IKS tried to see If they havo committed an of fenso that tho law can reach There Is no doubt at all that tho steal has been ono ot the worst over commit ted and it Is to bo hoped that some of tho thlovoo will bo sent to Jail Politics in the Republican ttng In Pennsylvania has got to be so bad that tho President said once that tho only thing tha could save the state would be for it to go Demo erotic nnd that he hoped It would BUSINESS TTEItTho busi ness situation continues to Improve Ono measure of tho change Is shown In the discount rates ot the big banks That of tho Dank of France which was six per cent during tho panic is now three and the flank of England has come down from seven per cent to four REVOLT IN PORTUGAL A plot to overthrow tho King of Portugal has been nipped In the bud and tho Republicans as the conspirators ore called have been arrested Portugal Is a most unfortunate country where tho people know little about govern ment and under tho name of giving freedom a band ot politicians have kept themselves In power and looted the government Tho king has been powerless till recently when n new premier got in power and using tho army throw out tho other party and began giving an autocratic but good government Tbo thieves who have been thrown out are howling to get back In and are saying that tho people are being deprived of their liberties when really It Is only ufo tho thieves who aro being deprived of their lootK BATTLESHIPS ALL RIGHTA few weeks ago a man who had ben a government expert and was supposed to know came out with a long article in which ho said that the bat tleshlpo for which tho government has paid millions worn no good lie told ix number of things which he said were wrong but which cannot bo understood except by ono whoso business It Is Now Tho Scientific American a paper which is known to bo honest and whoso writers are among tho best posted on earth has had an Investigation made It finds that many of this things that the man said ore not truothat the uhlps are good and are properly built and that while there Is always room for im provement there him been no waste of money nnd the shlpa are as strong as those of any other nation Continued on Thin Puge At the closo of the afternoons in stallation there was an enthusiastic expression of views In regard to tho interest and great Importance ot these organizations Remarks were made by Mrs E L Hanson A P Settle i Mrs Mary II Dodge N B Cbasteen and Le Vant Dodge Ij= Jy MURDER BY SICK PEOPLE There is a good deal of measles and small pox and scarlet fever in this part df the country now and a few people are to blank for most of it It may have been ignorance and not exactly their fault and yet a few people have caused almo t all of this sickness and have brought death into many homes yes and will bring it into more before the winter is over Thcre was a time when people did not know about diseases and so could not prevent other people from having them But that has passed and now there is no reason why there should be any epidemics and such diseases as we fear Worst could be stamped out in a short time if every do his share There is no medicine needed noting but care All these diseases are caused by what is known as germslittle wormlike animals that get into a mans system and cat him There are a good many different kinds of them and each disease has a kind of its own There is a kind of germ fbr small pox another for measles and so on And ho one can have these diseases unless they get some of these diseases germs into themselves That is what we mean when we say a di sease is catching Now these germs always have to be carried some way from a sick man to a well one If this does not happen the well one will not get sick Every case of any of this kind of diseases comes from some one If he doesnt give it to you you cant get it Aman cannot protect himself from germs but the man that has them can keep other people from getting them He knows he has them and he knows that every time he touches another person he is likely to give that disease to that person If he stays at home or in a hospital he will not give it to anyone except those that come to him and then it will be their own fault But if he goes about he may give it to dozens of people that cannot protect themselves Everycase will be his fault and if any one dies he will be justas much a murderer as if he had poisoned a well If a man with such a disease goes home instead of going to a hospitaj he runs the risk of killing his mother and father and brother and sister A man like that carries death with him and he is responsible for ever case that is caught from his This is so well recognised tHat in many places a man who breaks quarantine can be sent to jail It ought to be so everywhere And the law courts ought to see that men of that kind get to jail for they arc killers and dangerous to their fellow human beings And when there is no law a man who has any manliness and who cares at all for anything but his own wishes will stay at home and not go around carrying death And after the disease is over he may have the poison in his clothes or in his house and they ought to be thoroughly cleaned before he lets any other person near them Ask the doctor how to clean them forsoap and water arc not enough These are simple things but may make a difference of hundreds of lives and they would cause the end of all diseases of this kind everybody would do them And if you who may get the disease remember them when that time comes it may save you from killing your dear est friend or kin POLITICAL NOTES Sudden Change In New York Gives Hugcs Delegation Taft Not Fight Ing Favorite SonsForaker Losing There havo been very quick changes In tho political situation during tho last week and It is now sure that Gov Hughes of New York will get the endorsement ot his own state This however has como about in such a way that it will notwcak en Mr Taft and In fact It Is chiefly because of a letter Mr Taft wrote In It ho said ho did not want to pre vent any state from giving to her favorite son the honor ot a vote at tho National Convention This of courso stopped the opposition to Hughes in New York and tho men who had been for Taft turned right around However It will leave most of tho favorite sons In such a position that when they find out they cannot bo nominated they will bo almost certain to toll their friends to voto for Taft and BO it menus his election sooner ot later Thn hopnJcssnces of Forakors fight In Ohio is showing moro and more clearly ovary day and his best friends are trying to got him to quit for they tear that ho will lose the hold ho now line but ho has refused to do co Many men ho had do pended on havo gone over and there Is no doubt If there ever has been that Taft will have almost every body in tho stato Kentucky Republicans will do well to be on tho watch for there Is a scheme on foot to get the state del egates for Fairbanks tho all the leaden know that the state is for Taft That Is danger that as of t I I felt will be made to steal tho convention William Marshall Bullltt has announced as candidate for del egate at largo on a straight Taft platform and will mako a hot fight In splto of the attempts ot some Fairbanks men to scare him out DEADLOCK STILL HOLDS Tim deadlock In the legislature at Frankfort keeps up and every reason that rho Citizen gave last week for ending tho deadlock still holds while another strong ono b coming to the front It is clear that tho legislature will not do any good lawmaking while tho fight over the senatorshlp lasts and tho best interests of tho stale demand that some ono bo elect edGov Bradley Is not showing him self tho man that Kentucky had aright to mxpsct Ho Is holding out to tho last tho it is perfectly clear that ho cannot bo elected unless by bribery and for the sako of his poor chance ho Is sacrificing tho good of tho whole Republican party and of tho whole state Tho paper ho controls Tho Louisville Herald has come out with an editorial which simply yells Hold on without giving any reasons for doing so It says that there Is a chance for Bradley but docs not and cannot say who the chance Is It la Just trying to keep the men In line for Bradleya good but for the harm of tho party and tho people of tho state Meanwhile there are moro and moro rumors that McCreary wll soon bo elected by the Democrats and It the Republicans want to get the good that the situation holds for them It is time they moved and moved quick t kyvw THENiV MILlOKn II LYON Famous Kvnncellit Who Wtll Conduct Services Here Next Week DONT FORGET THE MEETINGS Tho Rev Milford H Lyon tho evangelist is expected to arrive from the north on tho 124 P M train Saturday and to conduct his first service In Berea at 730 oclock that night Note the change of time be ginning February 1 Every one who Is willing to do personal work Is urged to attend this first meeting as Mr Lyon will there explain his method of work Berea has probably never had be fore an opportunity of hearing en evangelist of such wide reputation as Mr Lyon President Frost made Inquiries about him at the Bible School of Professor W W White In New York City and was given strong testimonies of praise On Sunday thoro will be services In the College Chapel at 1100 A M 300 P M and 730 P M Du ring the week following the hours will bo 345 P M and 730 P M Remember that tho meetings last only eight days Mr Lyon will stay with Prof and Mrs L V Dodge while hero The 1ITea of tho Union Church have been canvassing the town du ring the week giving personal invi tations to all to attend the revival meetings and leaving cards at every home BOOTLEGGER CAUGHT Friends of good government in Bo rea will bo glad to learn of tho catch ing and fining of a bootlegger hero last week Tho man has been sus pected for some time and finally a trap was set for him Ho walked Into it easily and was caught red handed by Marshall Tatum and oth ers When taken before Judge Gay ho saw that tho evidence was ctrong and on pleading guilty Was fined 60 Two other men who were Implicated with him were not caught but one of them has been driven out of the county and there is good hope ot catching the other The Citizen with holds the names of tho men Involver in tho hope thet it will make the work for tho officers of Justice in catching tho other culprit easier The case has boon backed by tho Law nnd Order League and it is hoped will result In an improvement in conditions at once BEREA FAIR OFFICERS The Borca Fair Associations stockholders hold their annual meeting last Saturday and elected tho following trustees E T Fish C C Rhodus W A Johnson W J Tatum J M Eaily W II Hoeil day J E Johnsan II 1C Richard son and L J Flak Tho trustees then elected the following officers Pres C C Rhodus VlcePres J M Early and Secretary and Treasurer E T Fish The fair will bo held In August Tho exact date has not yet been set because of conflicts with the dates for tho fairs at Win chester and Danville but an ar rangement will be made to avoid any conflict Tho fair it Is expected will bo one of tho best over hold with good prizes and premiums in all departments such as will call out all the best of tho stock and produce of tho country and the products of tho house wives Do not worry eat s three square meals a dasny your prayers be courteous to your creditors keep your digestion good exercise go slow and go easy Maybe there are other things that your special case requires to make you happy but my friend these I reckon will give you I a root lift Abraham Lincoln 1- C 4 0 IJICitizen Is Orowing flap Idly Let Your luslnlls v Keep Pace With it Iy Adve- rusingo 0 0 r relrasoOSiorotttororotow er MONEY TALKS r How the Man Who Hoards His Money Is Really Throwin Part of It Away Many people have money which they are not using Some of them car ry their money around In their pockets Others keep it hidden away somewhere In the house or barn And then there are a few people wico bury their money In a hole In the ground But remember hoarded money Is never safe For what one man bur ies In the ground another man may come and dig up again And holes sometimes wear In pockets and barns and houses often burn Such money as this Is Idle It la not earning anything at all for the man who owns it And every one who carries his money around In his pocket or hides it away in an un safe placd is robbing himself everyday For he is throwing away the Interest his money ought to be earn ing for him The man who hoards his money is really wasting part of It And most of the people who waste their money tin this way are poor people They can not afford to throw money away It is a kind of fun that costs tooCmucheWhy then do people board their money and hide It away at home Probably because they do not know that there is a better way to save f The better way is to bring the money to the Berea Bank and Trust Com pany and tako a time certificate for it 8 Then the money will be safe you can get It whenever you want Itand It will earn its keep Time only safe d place to keep money is in the bank l Berea Bank Ie Trust Co I IN OUR OWN STATE Tobacco War Breaks Out Again Hargis Pays DamagesColdest Day of Winter So Far MORE TOBACCO RAIDS The tobacco fight in tho state broke out with now violence last week and there has hardly been a night that there has not been some shameful deed done At Dawson a man was taken from his home and whipped for something which ho denied do ing and a hotel was shot up At Carlisle there was fear of a raid and a guard was sot but nothing hap pened while at Bath raiders were driven off by gun fire Wires wore cut In Christian County Sunday to that no help could bo called for at any town attacked but there seems to have been llltlo other damage done Meanwhile the peaceful army men on trial all got ort the court throw- Ing out most of the indictments The facts were proved but the Judge held that they did not make a crime The movement against raising any crop next year Is growing and many growers have signed papers promising not to There has been a bill introduced In the legislature l which will do the work for It pro vides for a tax of 50 on every acre of tobacco planted HARQIS PAYS UPJudgo liar Sls Jim paid tho last of the judges ment against him in favor of Mrs Marcum With interests and court costs it amounts to 11000 t WANT HOWARD PARDONED A petition for the pardon of Jim Howard Is being circulated with that for Powers and is getting many names Up to Saturday night there were about 20000 signers to the Powers petition and many had sent in their names from outslda the state COLDEST DAYLast Friday was the coldest day of the winter solar in this state the thermometerc Tbohallning which came on Sunday did little damage but caused great as tonishment everywhere COCKRILL CASES The Cockrlll murder cases will bo called for trial In Lexington on Feb 4 Every low priced article in your storo is a good business argument v and should appear in a wellwhiten J adtThe advertising that draws Is put out by the man with the goods to If you try to sell anything sellJl advertising you show that you are i willing to tako any old buyer rath J er than tho one that may want your property most Yk I BYY1R7HlR HEtWY JB5EY I JW 19 4xWQ d Ct4 CHAPTER XXVI Incriminating Dispatches She had been arranging the paperl deftly In some sort ot orilar You read French Ithln1t1 Tho letter of Ferdinand Is In thnt language Sir Mortimers notes and answers are of course In English I drew toward me the first of tho papers she Indicated You are nothing If not modern In your methods I scoffed glancing down the page Your sates and typewriters bring back to mo the associations of my bandng business And a banker let mo warn you scans tho signature of a draft carefully before he cashes It The typewriter is an amusing little Instrument she yawned and I am proud of my success In mastering It As for the safe If you have been a banker you know that the comblna lion Is carefully gvarded M Coward- It gave her the cruelest delight to taunt mo with the shameful word Dur- Ing tho next halt hour she Insulted me 10 at least half a dozen times I bent my attention on tho paper before me I translate roughly Ferdinands letter Strictly confidential Hotel da Rhln Place Vendome Paris May 23 My Dear Sir Mortimer I expect tb start for Sofia via Vlen Ba and Budapest In about a week I trust I shall see you at the Palace ihortly after my arrival Meanwhile mo urge on you once more that tou exert without further delay your great Influence with your Foreign Of roe that your ministers may be con WInced that the crisis has comotho Opportunity wo have so long awaited Now or never I must lead my army tc the succor ot the distressed people ol Macedonia I think that the profound knowledge you have always shown ol affairs In the Balkan Peninsula must mako you realize the truth of this statement It is useless for me to re peat my arguments For what you kayo done 1 thank you But It Is not to tho diplomatist I am now speaking but to the man I havo written this a letter with my own hand for reasons that you will understand Believe me my dear Sir Mortimer Faithfully yours Ferdinand 1 see nothing incriminating in this letter I said nor anything out of the usual run of letters You will notice on tho back of the letter this brief statement Answered Juno 3d U B As to the answer ol the letter It Is equally Innocent It li Imply tho guarded reply of a diplomatist dealing with a delicate topic In these typewritten copies this letter and Its answer are meaningless The originals are simply useful to prove tho authenticity of Sir Mortimer handwritingI the answer It was not an exact copy but the substance ot Sir Mortimers letter Jotted down to refresh his memory I replied In substance as follows It was useless to bring up the matter again my personal wishes would not be sufficient to change the programme of the Foreign Omce at present I did not seo my way clear to advocate as- a diplomatist Englands espousal of this cause I would continue to lay the matter before tho Foreign Office more than that when events justified the act I would see that such influence as I possessed was exerted In the man ner Prince Ferdlnnnl wished but at present I could offer no encourage montNote concerning the above also In Sir Mortimers handwriting This reply will put an end I think to further correspondence in that quar ter Certainly tim hopes of tho nation acorn so radically dcvirgcnt from those of the ruler that I can favor one only at the expense of the other Natur ally I prefer to favor the party that promises the most for my own inter ests 1 told you that the originals aro particularly useful to Identify the handwriting and signature of Sir Mor timer But observe monsieur the ex pression Naturally I prefer to favor the party that promises tho most for my own Interests That sentence is to be remembered when you read the other letters It las its significance Again she stretched out her hand to receive the papers I had read I did not relinquish them however I laid them carelessly on my knee as It to rofert them later That remains to be proved I said grimly Tho expression soems simple enough to mo on the face of It it would mean simply that Sir Mortl jeers Interests were Identical with tho Interests of England We shall see she returned with confidence Tho papers ot the second nvciope whch I have called Document n ai all in English The writer was evidently an educated Bui rar of tho official class many of this Mass are trained at Roberts College utf spas and write EnglUb Suently l Jt it Sofia Headquarters ot the Society of FreedomTo Excellency Sir Mortimer Brett Minister plenipotentiary and Consul General to His Britannic Ma jesty at the Court ot Sofia Sir Wo of the Society of Freedom wait patiently and anxiously for your Excellencys answer to our humble petition Wo trust your Excellency docs not Ignore this petition because tho signatures of the petitioners are not added thereto Surely your Excellency understands that tim dictates of prudence make It Inevitable that it is sent to you anonymously Your Excellency must be familiar with our grclvanccs Our present ruler cannot and will not be longer tolerated by his subjects We fear the British Foreign Office however does not realize tho extent of Prince Ferdinands unpopularity Even It your ministers caro nothing for that do they feel no concern that bo Is the tool of Russia T lIe has asked Russia repeatedly that ho be recognized a King und that he receive that title Ills vanity Is such that he would sacrifice the free dom of his people to bo on equal terms with the sovereigns of Scrvla and Ronmanla Once more perhaps for tho last time we petition your Excellency to exert the extraordinary Influence your Excellency possesses that the English Minister be advised In time The soy Them to Atoms crnmcnt of Prince Ferdinand must fall Wo do not desire bloodshed There shall be none we swear It If England will support tho Insurgent party But In any case Bulgaria must be free We do not ask for the active aid of England We beg that England shall not interfere with the ambitions of tho people Your Excellency shall have no reason to regret being our friend And there are other means ot rewarding friendship besides empty words of ijratltude Let your Excellency once assure us of you IntenUon to support our cause and we shall zaaVo this more clear Your Excellency knows the manner In which your answer may be eon voyed to this society profound expressions of respect wo submit ourselves Tho Committee of the Society of FreedomI this letter on my knee with the others I had read This Society of Freedom is it con cerned with tho trick of the death stamp I fear so she answered In a low rolceThen has the fact no significance for you that Dr Starva received a lot ter with one ot those stamps on tho envelope last night Them stamps are proscribed They could bo neat through tho mall only because certain of the postal authorities were in sym pathy with tho revolutionaries Letters with tamps It Is sate to Inter woulcj bo sent only to those who are equally In sympathy Dr Starva must bo favorable to this party If he is not actually onb of th commlttea I warned you last night that there waa treachery In the camp If Or Starva has proved to DO a traitor to tho cause ho will receive his punishment Tho memorandum of Sir Mortimers reply to tho letter you have Just read Is pinned on the back of tho sheet Read it she commanded harshly It is a perplexing dilemma that has confronted me To keep my honor as a minister intact anti yet not to sac vlflco my own personal hopes I this la the firs of my dtp lomatto career I havo fulfilled my diplomatic duties hitherto as a ma chine that neither thinks nor feels Now I find that I am human that I am a roan with a maua weaknesses I say I am tempted I believe that lofty principles actuate Bulgaria That I say to myself Is my excuse But lofty principles are not sufficient I disguised my true feeling In answer- Ing this letter by vague objections T confessed my self In sympathy with Bulgarias cause but I protested that more potent arguments must bo used to convince me Tho Interests ot England are my own but If It could be done without too great a risk I be Hove God help me I would further my own ambitions at her expense I say I am tempted I say I am tempted If it could be done without too great risk I be hove God help me I would further my own ambitions at her expense such expressions were hideously sig nificant nut I met calmly the malevolent triumph of Madamb do Vnrnler When you read the next letter sho saM watching mo closely you will understand the meaning of tho expression There nro other means of rewarding friendship besides empty words of gratitude Even so stanch an advocate of Sir Mortimers honor as yourself must realize that in the words you have Juat read he was en deavoring to discover just what that vague promise meant I received tho next letter In silence To His Excellency etc Our answer to your Excellencys kind letter wishes to make this fact clear The people of Bulgaria pledge their word through this committee I I Tore Before Her Eyes With mask these think that if England gives to the Insurgent party Is support in overthrowing the rule of Ferdinand tho relation of Eng land to Bulgaria shall be similar to that which exists between Egypt and England The Society of Freedom is fully aware that your Excellencys Incon venience and labor must be recom pensed The sum of 20000 is al ready placed In tho Ottoman bank payable to your Excellency on de mandNoto by SlrMortimer pinned to the above Jotter To ths I replied that the sum men tioned was too ludicrously small to bo considered Only the most substan tial guarantee could justify mo In tak ing the risks involved Third latter to Sir Mortimer from the society To His Excellency Etc The sum of 50000 has been placed In the Ottoman bank to yrir Excellencys account The society trusts that this sum will bo sufficient to Justify tho risks Will your Excellency give his answer without delay Not t by Sir Mortimer pinned to the above letter I have taken tho step It is too late to ask myself now whether I have been indiscreet If I have consulted my own wishes It I have furthered my own plans I feel that I am justified morally I am helping an oppressed people gain their berty1Iy own recompenso Is meager enough If the Foreign Office should probe tho matter and discover tho extent of my Indiscretion my diplomatic career w 11 be ended But I am content to do a little evil that good may come- I crushed the paper In my Ivy d sick at heart I shuddered at tbo hypocritical comfort this guilty mas f i had bugged to his breast 1 M4 nGytI1 against hope But If they wore true copies 1 could no longer doubt that Sir Mortimer bad stooped to the tak- Ing ot bribes And these documents are word tot word copies of those In the safer 1 demanded gloomily- I swear It by every oath I hold ia creel she replied without hesitation and kissed the jeweled cross that hung about her neck She stretched out her band for the papers I tore them to atoms before hor eyes For a moment she struggled to res cue them from my grasp When she saw that It was too late she laughed boisterouslya laughter that showed at once contempt defiance and tri umph Bravo She clapped her hsndi derstvely You tko your prevail tlons You are desperate Protest M you will you are convinced ot Sir MOP timers guilt You are mistaken I replied cool ly But oven If these nro true copies of genuine doeuDlenti It Is at well that oven the copies be destroyed If they are forgeries and you have ycl to prove to mo they are not they are dangerous toys and so bettor do stroyedAnother copy Is easily made so long ns I hnvo tho combination ot my safe M Coward You are never weary ot Insulting me I said indifferently But bo aura ot this you will find I nm not coward enough tn yield weakly to your scheme of blackmailNo are so brave that you leave a helpless girl to bear the dls grace ot her dead brother when by a word you might save her tho suffering Your pretended honor Is so pro cious to you that you scorn to aid the woman whom you love Silence woman I cried passion ately Do you think I am convinced of Sir Mortimers guilt because of these flimsy typewritten copies You must let mo see the papers In the safe If you are desperate enough to destroy a copy I should scarcely trust you with tho original For the last time must the woman you lore know ot her brothers disgrace I am In your power perhaps you hope that I shall be coaxed Into opening tho sate Or are you about to compel met I should have resorted to thai measure long ago had I thought II would prove effectual It seems thai there Is again a deadlock between us I refuse absolutely not only to heir you but to believe that Sir Morttmct j Is guilty I If I show the papers In the safe tc Helena Brett even the must bollovi the evidence of her eyes Shall I call her and ask her If she recognizes hct brothers handwriting It you believe so strongly as you profess that Sli Mortimer Was Innocent of vrrongOo lag you will not refuse that I would spare hor even the thought ot Its possibility I said sternly That Is Impossible She shall sei those papersIt not today tomorrow the next day It makes little difference tn me Sufficient unto the day In the ovli thereof I quoted flippantly but I btgan to think It Inevitable that Helena Brett be summoned Again we must compromise It ap pears I will call Sir Mortimers slstei here She shall see tho papers do cldo for herself and for you whcthct they are genuine You see I am strong enough to prevent a woman from destroying the originals as you have destroyed the copies And when sho has seen those pa pore I asked thoughtfully Sat even that sho herself believes their genuine What then It wilt bo for her to decide Per haps she will refuse to aik you to do what I wish Perhaps she will offci to you happiness if you consent She shall bo the ono to decide You pro fees to believe that Sir Mortimer It innocent More than that you thlnV her soul so white that she will refuse oven if she believes her brother guilty to rescue his nicmorr Iros dishonor with dishonor Sho had out Into words my owt thought We will lot her decide I salfl quietly CHAPTER XXVII Tho Two Woman And am I again to shout my coup mands to my thrdugh the closed door asked Madame do Var nler ironically I unlocked the door of the staircase in silence taking tie precaution however of not admittIng Alphonse Has Miss Brett como to the chateau as I wished Madame do Yam nlcr spoke naturally through the half opened door not betraying my pro cnre behind it She Is waiting In the music rcom madamBring her her I shall do se madam wishes Rw this American this man wo called his- Excellencyho surprised mo just nnw has ho Intruded on madam oro Ho came here to keep an appointment with me Madame do Varnfei replied composedly cutting short hU agitated whisper Ah that is well Alphonso sighed his relief and departed on his errand What Inducement can yoa have ot fcred that she should como boldly tt this Castle ot Dospalr Is not the inducement great thrt she Is to see a loved brother TO KB CONTINUED Proaf of tueen Vanity Queen Elizabeth Is end to have pseised no fowor tbaa tl auUM W wfcalr 1 LAYING A TltE DRAIN How the Work Can De Done the Most Satisfactorily Secure n tile scoop and narrow pointed spade and It you nro cutting wllll grass turf keen a file near to occasionally touch up tbo edge Watch for inequal ities In surface as you proceed Cut no wider than will accommodate your feet then care fully grade bottom of tire first course as It Is much oas lor to take out tho inoqualllloa How In tho bottom of Scoop and Tile the ditch This advice whoa I began would Imto boon worth fU to mo says a wrltur In Farm and Homo Tho second course need not be so wide If for laterals and you need not cut the sides but thrust your spado In cutting lightly on ono side and deoprir on the other than contrarlowise path forward to brook loose then lift out Keep your scoop lying near you nnd when you have gone far enough so you can roach back scoop out tho crumbs before they become slushy lie very precise with tho spade In the last course If you strike soft roil dont oven allow a haltInch va nation Then when the crumbs are removed tho floor Is almost ready to lay a perfect drain True tip bottom with scoop Take a twoInch piece ro inforced at ono end and nail or bolt a foot piece on this to hold tho tllo Tuck then into tho trough and youll have dono ono thing that will bo a Joy forevermore lu meeting obstructions It they do not throw you out ot line too much cut back under tho bank six or eight feet on each side and you can got around nicely without removing them A manure hook Is very convenient for drawing in sods In Ailing but on large Jogs a plow with a long whiffle tree or a road grader can be used IFIGHT THE RODENTS Inspect the Orchard Frequently Dur- Ing the Winter Months Kvory mau that hat orchard IrCHi should go over the orchard frequently In the wlntw to SmIle sure that hta trees are not being attacked Uy any kind ot animals If every man would do that largo numbers ot tree would be saved Often the trees aro being Injured under tho cruet of snow Onw man hail hundreds of small true killed In n single winter The snow lay a few inches tltep and above It formed a strong crust There was much grass In tho orchard nnd Ibis formed the homo of many field mice They had become hungry and worked their way under the crust to the truoa which they proceeded to attack under the snow hind tho owner dug away tho snow from around isis trcOs enough to make sure they waco not being attacked tho mice would have been discovered at work aatt thdr mischief stopped bofor It had gone far On plowed lend or In orchards whore clean culture line been tel lowed there Is little danger of this but mot ot Ute orchard are In grass and so nro liable to those attacks TACKLE FOR LIFTING BARRELS Try This Method of Handling the Heavy Barrels and Putting In Barn Where a man has occasion to lift a heavy barrel either filled or empty from one floor to nnothur or from a wagon to the see and door ot n building a tackle made nnd arranged after tho method shown in tho ac companying Illus tration will be found to be n thing of grcntcon- venienca I think says the correspondent of Prairie Farmer that the general Idea U quite clearly brought out In the sketch All that Is necssary aro two hookY to catch onto tim chime ot a barrel These hooka connected with a short rope which Is in turn connected with the tackle rope THIS AND THAT It pays to havo good fences at all seasons of the year A veer old lantern Is a bad thing to go through the winter with Throw It away anti buy a good ono Fall plowing kills many Injurious Insects which aro thus turned up to the air and the frosts It makes a great difference what variety of a plant Is grown on a farm us some yield twlco aa much as othersThere Is a groat tight on between commercial fertilizers and time manure spreader Tho latter however seems to bo still spreading After finishing the fall plowing clean up tho plow grease tno bright parts and put It away dry BO it will bo ready to use in the spring WINTER BARN THOUGHTS Have the Comfort of Live Stock In Mind and Provide Good Condition Winter Is a hard tlmo for the stock of the farm the best way wo can UK It When you stop to think that natur ally stock are outofdoor creatures roaming In tho Holds breathing thin pure fresh nlr niiil then think how changed are tho conditions when they come to bo slut up In tight burns for such a long portion of the ynw It be comes evident that the tendency must be toward weakness nnd disease So- Il stands us In hand to make the con dltlons Just as nearly like those of summer as we can That hi ww should do our host to give time stock good toed foot that shall bo nourishing and at tho same tlmo plenty of air that Is free from dlsoaso grmns- It must bo that a great dent of the sickness such ns tuberculosis cornea train breathing the same nlr over und over again In the close Ktabteti of our country By running n board shaft from the stable very near lo tho liner clear up to tho roof wo may take a good deal of the Impure nlr nut Yon know that air that baa boon breathed nice becomes heavier tbau K III at first There nro loads of Impurity In simply air that line been used In tho of man or bout This settles 11101111Itho lloorc Tho shaft I linvo ot will take that air and there more or low of a draft through such a shaft time foul air will bo lifted out while mire air will como Is hum bo low Tine pure air ought not In conic In no that tbo cattle must stand nil tho time In a draft The windows should bo Arranged so that they tnny furnish I air without bringing a draft those windows ought to bo IndoInnd not simply board slides sash windows that are fttlrd hinges to turn up out of the wuy are by far tho heat They Iet In light which Is the greatest germ destroy er on tho taco of tho earth Anti then cattle should bo groomed every tiny I know writes ICdsar U Vlncoiit In Farmers Voice sonic folks think this ID a waste of time You will hear some men nrpro that It actually harms cattle to bn scratched with a currycomb It scents to me thnt these won do not take a very roasonnbln view of tho matter Just look at cattle that art not thus caret for Tho mranto they are out In the yard they begin to rub f and lick anti dig theinsclvrti against every funoo post or anything else they I can got to ns It their hides wore In I perfect mUory a I Jiavi ijntjbt they aro Wo ought to save our slock from this trouble by giving them a good currying ovary day With good food and writer with wdlventllated bums anti good groom I lug nay man can hoop his stock lu n healthy contflKpn ovwn In u1ntnriIAnd such timings pay for tho work Urn cows do next year will largely depend on the way they como out In the spring There never should tc such n timing nl spring poor Spring tat kin far better term to use EASYRUNNING GRINDSTONE One Which the Farmer Can Rig Up for Himself I The grindstone shown in the accom panying IllustratIon may Ira made by using feur pieces of 4x4 lumber 2J4 A Grindstone Frame toot in length as soon nt A and four pieces of 4x4 3 feet long na at II with the braces made from JxIG Inch stuff The triune should bo firmly vet to gether E Is an Iron rod one Inch thick anti G4 Inches long Make a bend in the rod 1U feet from ono end to which a tccadlo is attached to bo worked with tim foot This treadle Is fastened to the frame with leather hlngce A grindstone wheel F Is placed on time rod at ono nnd just inside the frame explains the Prairie Farmer I while at the further ond a wheel la fastened to tho rod wagonfthe frame A crank 0 can bo It desired i The Potato Crop Tho potato crop Is onu of the best crops that any farmer citn grow Potatoes exhaust the land llttlo In com parison with the money valuo of the crop The tubers nro composed very largely of water and starch und the t leaves and mIke fall on the flcld and are plowed In Thero nro few disease that attack tho potato and they can IOnlyJ that destroying It Is merely a quest tlon of effort Potato growing them fore sesame to have less obstacles hI t its way than several other kinds 01 effort on the farm Keep Cellar Coot Tire higher tho temperature in the cellar tho more will tno potatoes roots and vegetables shrink throngt p ovanoration 1- I J 1 J r- a 2I WANT FLOWERS Oat Viewer Yablr V mi 1 uraludgu- Xdding rlca rtld PIu PHONE ALBERT I I The Porter Drug Co INOOKFOBATKD PHONE 12 BEREA KY oeoeoeoeoeoeocoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo eo 0- i Berea and Vicinity i o 0- e e- o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESe11 I jo ooeooeooeooeeeooooeeooeoeoeoeo ei DR BEST i 1DENTIST I CITY HOME till fPFICl nit PHT UFFIC1 Jack Hendsrion Is at home for the winter from GaUnt Tenn whero he has been at work Mr Dowers Is out again after a very severe attack of la grlppo Grace Baker was the guest of Mar garet Wallace Saturday and Sunday Clyde Mehaffcy returned to Bo rca last week from Knoxville Tons J II Gnbbard who has been confined to his homo for the past week with la grippe is able to be out againMr Joo Coyle has moved into his now homo on Prospect Ave Mr J W Stephens has been very sick for the last few days Mm Spenco had at her gueatji last week Mr and Mrs Isaac Hughes of Sato Llak laMrs L XGobbard who has Won for qulto a while is still very i III IMr J J Branaman lion boon un tho wwthir for nevtrnl days Mrs K Ie Wyatt who has boen dangerously ill for tho last week is some better i Miss Lucy I layoo hoe been visit Ing with relatives here in town this 4weak and Mrs D B Chandler who have been visiting hero returned to their homo at Mt Vernon last week They were accompanied by Mrs Chandlers mother Mrs Joo Evans Cora Kcnsor of Ilansford Ky entered school last week i Mrs Bert Coddlngton who has been visiting with relatives In Ohio since tho first of tho year returned homo tho latter part of last week Bertha Settle entertained qulto n number of her school friends last Friday evening The social was quite a successMr Coylo who has boon In tho West for several years came homo last week on a visit Dr Bert Cornelius loft Friday for Washington D C Ho goes to take aC1 Ii rSPECIAL NOTICE iIo Till further advised all who 1t bring this notice can get a trip- to Richmond and return and the best set of teeth that can I be made all for 8 00 toIp all who have over 500 worth of dental work done In f buying Railroad ticket take receipt fOr money for the retfi All work guaranteed to be- tif first class in cJery res e- cttlt andjjto give good satisfaction riOnlybest class of materials y DR V H HOBSON DENTISTJft PfaoteNo 2 Richmond Ky I J f RICHMOND GREENHOUSES re xlss IMlso Ida Lucas has been qulto ill Miss Lula Lacctleld has been quite III for tho past week Th3 college hay been putting stone along tho gravel walks In front of the hospital to prevent tho destruc tion of the walk by people driving acrossThe Rev Howard Hudson preached at tho Baptist Church Sunday This Is the tlmo to get your spring dressmaking done Mrs Ely at the Wcat End Is readY to do It in the best way W H Porter leaves next week to spend his vacation in Florida and other southern points Ho will be accompanied as far at Now Orleans by his wlfo and family who will go to Tcxas to visit with Mrs Porters sliter J Burdctto and son Charley wore visitors in Cincinnati Wednesday Mrs W tie Bower visited over Sunday with her mother in Falmouth There will be no morning services at the Union Church on tho next two Sundays tho meetings being given ap to allow the members to attend the revival service In tho Chapel Friends of Mr and Mrs William PIgg will bo grieved to learn of the death In their homo in Coko Otto 0 of their two llttlo children Nannie nine months old nod Dolen three years old Both died from measles and brain fever Nannie died on Jan 4 and Dolen on Jan 9 They aro laid to rest together In the beautl ful cemetery at Greenwood The Parish House of the Union Church come very noar being burned last Saturday night tho tho fact was not discovered till Sunday morning The G A R had n meeting In the building on Saturday and a good flro was built up The flro flues are well built of brio but Income way probably from tho soot burning out they got overheated and when tho Janitor came Sunday morning ho found that tho supports near tho furnace had been burned clear across and ware still burning Tho building might easily have caught from them Dopplo the little daughter of C L Ogg Is very III Sho has cymptoms of scarlet fever and whllo tho doc tors arc not suro that she has that disease silo is carefully quarantin ed Tho baby has been showing tho same symptoms and tho doctors are watching her Tho funeral of Sherd Coylo who was killed In Oklahoma was held Sunday when tho body arrived here and was a very largo one The per sons who killed him are still un known Ho was called to tho door of his homo by some men who wero hot recognized by his son and after about ten minutes talk with them outside two shots were heard When hla wife reached him ho was almost dead and tho men were gone Postmaster L Robinson desires to call attention to tho practice of some patrons of rural delivery of placing looso coins In their boxes each tlmo they deslro to dispatch let ters Instead of supplying themselves withpostage in advance of their needsThis practice Imposes unduo hard ship on rural carriers in removing loose coins from boxes and delays them on tho service of their routes Tho postmaster therefore urgently requests that patrons of rural dolly ery provide themselves and keep on hand a supply of stamps consistent with and In advance of their needs It is also very desirable that rural patrons place in their mall boxes small detachable cups of wood or tin In which to place coins when necessary In purchasing supplies of stamps L rZa Attention if called to the change In the time of the evening exercises of the college and of the evening bells which Will take place on Sat urday Feb 1 Beginning then sup per at the Hall will be at a quarter of six Instead of a quarter put five and evening meetings will be at 730 Instead of 700 Prof Ralne went to Louisville late last week to attend the meeting of the state executive committee of the Y M O Aa of which he is a mem ber Ho returned Saturday Peter Standafer writes from Burn ing Springs that ho will soon move there to live Tho Ernest Gamble Concert Com pany gavo a most enjoyable concert Tuesday night the members of the company showing every evidence of great ability Supt Edwards and Noah May re turned Monday night from Chicago where they went last week to attend tho national meeting for tho further anco of Industrial education They aro very enthusiastic over their trip and believe great good will como from tho meeting which was the first of the kind over held Most of the states were represented and there were many notable speakers there Mrs Charity Royston has started a subscription school at Farrtatown and has enrolled 07 pupils Sho Is mak- Ing a charge of fifty cents a month for each pupil Elder T II Broad dus of Richmond la going to preach at the Farrlstown church next Sun day Tho church has asked him to preach there the third Sunday of every month but ho has not yet accepted The men of tho village held a meeting Monday night at which they discussed the gift of 200000 by Andrew Carnegie for a colored school and passed resolutions urging that the school bo built near this townThe first death at tbo hospital in some months occurred Monday when Porter Chambers of Athol Breathltt County died there from cerebra nal meningitis or spotted fever Drain troubles have been common In his family Ills brother died of the same disease back homo and his father has had trouble Besides ho got a bad blow on tho head a few years ago and that may havo helped bring on tho disease Ills mother was down and took the body homo with her HOW TO TELL MEASLES There Is a good deal of measles around and ovary ono should go to II doctor at once when thoy got sick because there In danger of their giving tho disease to others It Is easy to toll measles There Is always a cough and soreness in the chest but thoro arc also spots In tho mouth which are a sure sign They are little bluo dots each with a red ring around It and they como on the soft palate and tho bask of the Inside of the chicks When you get them hunt a doctor BEREAS HONOR STUDENTS President Frost announced In Chap el early In the term tho names of ittulcnts deserving of honorable men for good scholarship The perform ance of students Is ranked by let ters A standing for the highest gradct UD the next C the pass Ing grade These students have had no marks as low as C and In tho majority of their studies have attained A during the Fall term of 1907 COLLEGE Seniors Hubert Hays Fcllmy Emlson Ind Charles Mer rill Fulkcrson Xenia 0 Elizabeth Myrtle Hays Speedwell Madison County Rolla Edwards Hoffman Lelpslc O Freshmen Nathan Fran cis Ambrose Conklin Owsley Amy Burt Bridgman Wosthampton Mass Viola Frances Click Kirby Knob Jackson Alfred halt Meese Boston 0 Fred Edwards Perry Lelpslc O Leslie Herron Reece Pandora 0 Alvin Dexter Todd Westhampton Mass Lillian Tuthill Riverhead N Y Specials David Arthur Dalloy Eubanks Puloskl ACADEMY 1st Year Curtis Dil lon Bailey Ashland Boyd County Carrel C Batson 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PRESIDENT Thomas L Lewis of Bridgeport Conn was elected presldent of the United Mine Workers succeeding John Mitchell This marks the pass Ing from active life oi one of the best and ablest of American labor leaders DANGER OF DIG DEFICIT Congressman Tawney Chairman of tho House Committee of Appropria tions in a speech In Congress said that there was danger of a great def icit this year Tho heads of the different departments of the govern mont have asked for amounts for use In their work which are altogether 100000000 more than the government Is likely to get He says there will have to bo heavy pruning or the gov ernment will have to go In debt EDWARD MC DOWELL DEAD Edward McDowell the foremost Amer ican composer of music died lost Thurfday SUE REFUSED LINCOLN Mrs Mary trances Relley who once re fused an otter of marriage from Ab raham Lincoln died In Sioux City la on Sunday aged 85 years MRS EDDY MOVES Mrs Mary Baker G Eddy the head of the Christian Science Church moved very 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says the navy has to give vaudeville shows in order to get recruits It may yet turn out that the militia is tho most efficient branch of the service The claim of Dr Sewell that most alleged mad dogs are really only suf feting from thirst will not however soulsJoffer them a drink Ernest Thompson Seton writing in a current magazine on the Marriage of Animals remarks casually that domesticity is notoriously bad for the morals of animals and cites the dog as a conspicuous example Tho Immorality of animals Heavens and earth A Now Yorker who Is courting trouble says that bold high foreheads aro not evidences of intellect because children and women have bolder and higher foreheads than men When he gets through being scalped by the women ho will realize that a bold tongue is no evidence of intellect Twentyfour millions of dollars Is the official estimate of tho amount of money expended In Europe this year by Americans touring In automobiles Tho basis of the calculation is that there are 8400 touring parties averaging five persons each spending 10 a day for two months Greet guess- Ing The will of Henry J Bryer proved ing that no grandchild who uses tobacco or Intoxicants or frequents sa loons before reaching the age of thirty shall inherit any of the property is surely a safe and sane document If a man reaches that ago without having formed bad habits It Is almost a certainty that he never will Believers In woman suffrage and the most scornful disbelievers will unite unless they were born without humor Ja enjoying a social comedy presented by a recent election in a small town says Youths Companion Two women wcro nominate to succeed their husbands as members of tho school committee Some citizens who do not favor women on the board nomi 1hated tho husbands for reelection The i excitement waked up many men who had not voted on school questions for years and with pathetic loyalty to their sex they swelled the vote for the husbands to overwhelming defeat of the wives 3l it 4 R iLinpt 3s t1lr Itt5t l 1ttithtr of C1t11ttfnrtrr By REV THOMAS EDWARD BARR Pastor Peoples Church Milwaukee r JItOSPEROUS and happy people do not have to be told to liars hope They need to be advised to bo moderate in their hnppi ness and ambition and to remember the frailty ot all earthly things lest they bo in despair when disaster cornea lint wlmt is be said to the overworked the distressed tho disappointed l What message of hope can you give tho man whoso brain is taxed with troubles or the woman whose heart breaks under her sorrows It is to just such conditions that Paul speaks and to such he reveals the guaranty on which but only on which hope can rest lie says Wo glory in tribulation also knowing that tribulation workclh patience j and patience experience j and cxlcrienrellopej and hope maketh not ashamed j because tho love of Ood is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us In this compact summary Paul illuminates tho whole philosophy of life CoM and hunger drove barbarous man to restrain his immediate desires and provide against future want and ever since it has been mine pressure of necessity which has helped the race forward to the enkindling of its ambitionsIn this process men learn patience selfrestraint only by tho office of patience is experience acquired All men have things happen to them The men of patience selfrestraint learn from what happens to them and become experienced men men of proved integrity Such men are men of hope When through half a century of life you have witnessed the kaleidoscope of the years have been part of its play of joy und sorrow and late studied to be patient and selfcontrolled in all its vicissitudes you get an understanding of the great forces of nature and society in which God reveals himself anda confidence in them which feeds your hope but cultivates it gives it direction and definition That kind of hope put teth not to shame Why Because you have become persuaded of tho mighty love of God which despite all accident and suffering does enfold nnd permeate the world Men of narrow or shallow experience may be censorious and pessimistic To men of broad experience and sober earnest mind comes a kindly attitude toward life a deep sympathy and charity for men which is the expression of an abiding faith in the goodness of nature or God Hope is not the dream of what could bo if things wore different from what they are Hope is the expectation of what may be things being aa they are Such expectation links in with natures processes and with the movement of life Neither God nor nature promise us whatever we want Unmeasured bounty is not good for every one Not oven is life itself always the best good If our hope is to rest upon an assurance that will outlast all risks it I must be the fruit of spiritual culture The will of God is expressed to us in the laws of nature and human life The man whose hope is not subject to that will who does not seek his desire by integrity and brotherliness ought to have his hopes blasted 3Ien who desire success by injustice and cruelty do not merit our prayers save only that God will defeat them and thus perhaps turn thorn from their evil ways If our hope is subject to the will of God we shall be pa tient under tfic delaying processes through which discipline goes on By this the horizon of life will be enlarged and we shall be made willing to leave part of the problems for the great life beyond realizing that from this we grow to that worldt Wl1t CgjiznittIIurpuratiun By JUDGE PETER S GROSSCUP United State Circuit Court I In this country the corporation is a creature of the executive depart went of the several states and issues out of such department almost as a matter of course Neither the object fQr which the corporation was formed nor the amount of its capitalization nor the character of tho securities issued commands any preliminary attention other than such as is merely perfunctory Put your nickel in the slot and take out a charter is the in vitation that the states extend and in lino before tho slot machine en titled too to an equal place in the line are the corporate projects conceived to defraud as well as those that have honest purposes Neither it detained by KJ much as an inquiry For indifference such ns that I would substitute at the very threshold of the corporations application for existence an honest careful inquiry by some tribunal of government a tribunal that will act only after it has hearda hearing in which the public is represented by a district attorney on whom is thus devolved the duty not merely of pursuing time hors after it is stolen but of seeing to it that the door is locked before the horse is stolon And what honest project I ask can object to such an inquiry Incorporated enterprise just as private enterprise should bo given room to grow A dollar turned into two ten twenty if turned honest ly wrongs no one Go forth increase and multiply is a command with out which economic progress would not be Rut in all this there is no need that time corporation ehould initially capitalize a projected success that if it exists at all exists only in the future Ixt the securities issued on acoimt of success bo issued only when success is established j and let them be fairly related as time enterprise grows to the increased value of the actual earning power developed And I can see no reason why in any honest enterprise the question whether additional securities shall be issued should not be made the subject of judicial inquiry One thing more in tho line of structural principles Delta first duty of every enterprise incorporated or private is to secure to the capital invested its eventual safe return while paying on it from timo to time after payment of operating expenses such fair returns for its use as tho nature of tho venture suggests This is what capital al ways has tho right to ask But this having been accent plished there are some enterprises now that take labor und management into partnership in the further dispo sition for time fruits of success The kind of partner ship which is not compulsory but I would try to infuse into the corporation of the future an incentive and a spirit that would make it more usual that would give Jo the workman time clerk till employe of every kind an opportunity to individually share in thegrowth of the enterprise to which lib is attached This is not a mere philanthropic dream v JURY fREES DETSCH r STORY THAT HE THOUGHT FER FREE A BURGLAR ACCEPTED WIFES NAME PROTECTED Defendant Denied Police Claim That He Was Actuated by Her Mis conduct with Man He Killed Philadelphia After a trial ot three days Andrew Jackson Detach who was charged wlUi murdering Harry Forreo in a boarding house In this city last November was acquitted late Friday afternoon The Jury was out nearly three hour Tho announccmmcnt of tho verdict caused an enthusiastic demonstration in tho courtroom The killing of For fee was sensational and owing to tho peculiar clrcumatailcos tho caso ere ated great interest Detach claimed ho killed Ferree In mistake for a burglar and the Jury took this view ot tho case Detach who Is 23 years of age lived with his young wife and child In an uptown boarding house On tho night of November 5 policemen heard shots and traced them to the house They forced an entrance and on tho third floor hallway In front of the door of tho Detsch apartments they found Pcrrco dead with three bullets in the body Ho was In his stocking feet Ferreo was about 60 years of ago and had occupied a room on tho see end floor Detach told the policemen that ho heard somo ono trying to got In tho room and thinking It was a burglar shot four times through tho doorThe police wore inclined to accept this explanation but In searching tbo effects of Ferree they found many letters that had passed between Ferreo and Mrs Detsch and a number ot sug costive photographs The police then charged Detsch with having doll erately killed Ferree They contended that Detsch learned of alleged mis conduct between his wife and Ferree that Detach caused his wife to lure ferroo to liar room and that Detsch tired the shots when ho heard Ferrea placo his hand on the door knob Detach maintained during time trial that he did not know that tho man outside tho door was Ferree and that he thought he was shooting at a burglar Ho flatly denied that at the tlmo he suspected his wifes chastity and re fused the opportunity to plead the unwritten law preferring to protect his wifes reputation at the risk of his neck USE CLUBS ON JOBLESS Police Break Up a Parade in Streets of Chicago Chicago Several hundred men were clubbed by tho police and a number wero more or less seriously hurt in tho loop district shortly after two p m Thursday when 200 uniformed patrolmen and detectives under too sonal command of Chief Shlppy charged an army ot tho unem ployed In efforts to disperse them The army was marching toward the city hall to demand work It was finally disrupted effectually by the police Two attacks on the mob were made and thousands of persons were at tracted to time scene by the shouts of the men and tho bluecoats as thoy struggled in tho streets Dr flea L Keltmnn self appolnted leader and friend of tho Jobless was arrested and taken to Chief Shlppys office Ho was charged with Inciting a riotDuring the disorder a number ot women were knocked down They were given immediate attention by tho police W L BOCKEMOHLE KILLS SELF Cashier of Defunct Kansas Bank Com mits Suicide Great Bend KnnW Leo Iluckc motile cashier of the suspended Iauk of Elllnwood at Klllnwood inn under arrest for making a false statement of the banks condition In December shot and killed himself Friday night Tho suicide took place ut nock mohlea homo In Elllnwood He had given bond several days ago to appear In court Saturday Ills bondsmen had surrendered him and were leaving the house alter notifying him of their de cision As they reached tho gate ho called out Walt a minute They turned and saw Bockemolilo shoot himself In tho head with a pistol and fall dead on tho pored Tho Dank of Elllnwood was founded 23 years ago by Boekcmohlort father now dead and until lately was con sidered a strong Institution Murderer Constantine Dead Juliet IllFrank J Constantino who killed Mrs Louise Gentry In Chi cago and who attempted yulcldo Bat urday by throwing himself from gallery died Thursday night Kewanee Man Burned to Death Kowanee IIlWhlle Oilman Mltton aged 76 years was putting corn cobs in a basket In his woodshed Friday his lantern exploded setting lire to his clothes Mltton ran out In tho yard whero ho was rolled in snow by a neighbor but death resulted from the burns in a few hours Fire Planter Is Killed Minneapolis Minn Charles Bmd loy captain ot Fire Engine Company No3 was instantly killed at noon tiny beneath the wheels of his onirhmI r db A HUNTING ADVENTURE The Dog Bingo Returns Good for Evil and Helps Wounded Hunter Tho silence of that dense northern forest somber In Its autumnal color Ing was broken by a rifle shot In stantly following it came a dogs yelp ot fear nnd rage Then canto the sound of mens voices and their hurried steps through tho dead leaves anti some ono called Who was It that shot Tom Marshall answered another Ho says he was sure It was a doer ho saw moving among the cedars It did not tako them long to reach the spot from which tho cries still proceeded There In a clump of cedars and oak shrubs they found a boy of 12 seated on the ground and holding in his arms a small black and tan dog He Thruct the Dill Book Into Mar- shells Hand Its the dos thats shot not tho boy tho first arrival shouted as the others camo hurrying up Tom Mraihall the youth who had fired tho shot stood still So great a ccnio ot relief camo to him that ho felt faint Ho threw up his head That dinky little dog What aro you making such a fuss over it fur you boy Tho lad scrambled to his trot still holding tho dog Dinky dog Indeed Ho know a heap more than men who go round trespassing on other folks property and shooting every limo they sew a leafstirMarshall Is sorry he shot your dog my boy the oldest man of tho party said In kludly tone Its only a flesh wound In tho tUg and will soon be well What U your namoT- Wlll Free and this Is my fathers land that your camp Is on They talked for a fow minutes tho dog continuing his howling Finally Will said Im going home to have Bingos leg done up Tom Marshall slipped a nve dollar bill Into the boys hand saying Now dont let ut hear any moro of that brute Ulngo The lads face was white with sud den anger Ho thrust the bill back into MnrihaUs hand Keep your old money 1 shall talk about Dingo all I please and I guest you will hear something before tomorrow night that wont sound no pleasant to you Bingo was loved by all the Free family and there was much mourning when Will arrived at the comfortable log house where Mr Free hind es tablished hla family during the tlmo ho was cutting tho timber from tho Im mouse tract of land that bo had bought When Mr Free ranched home at upper time ho heard the whole story The lumberman looked with disfavor upon tho dour hunters and the next morning the hunting party was or dared to movo their camp off time Free Und In vain they reasoned argued and stormed An effort to brlbo Mr Free was also Ineffectual You have proved your careless pass he said There are somo things that money cannot buy 1 suppose that wretched little dog Is ono ot them Tom Marshall cried You aro right The devotion and faithfulness bt Bingo aro Invaluable to us Time bunting party hind to move It was a great inconvenience and some of the older men soundly scolded Tom HI luck seemed to be their por don There were eight in the party and at the end of a week troy had killed but two door Tom Marshall was disappointed at his failure Ho was petulant malting hlmsilf unpopular In many ways So It canm about ono afternoon ten days utter the shooting of Bingo that ho was In time wools alone Hu knew he was trespassing upon Mr Frees lane ljut bo kept on Suddenly he stumbled and tell Ills gun was dis charged and tho bullet entered his log not fur below the knee Tom was badly frightened but lie managed to bandage the woupd with a part of his clothing Then he tried to think of some way out of tho unpleasant corn plication in which ho found himself Ho shouted until ho was hoarse Tlmo went by until through a grove ot pines ho could seo tho sunsets glow Just then ho heard a dog bark Ho called and soon a little black and tan camo running towards him It wan Bingo Tho dog limped and his leg was atlll bandaged 1 And I was such abrufto about him Tom thought rcfirotrulty Then lie called Hero Ultieol DsunolrComo Good follow Already Ton had sorlWAal a line describing his desperate sJhiaUon This he planned to tlo to ttio dogs neck Bur no amount of pccswnalon no coaxing or commanding could bring Bingo within bU reach Darkness 0 was fast coming whoa with o parting volley of barks the lJQr ned Tom covered his taco with bin hands and groaned Iowlout would he live there If no help cankit Alter awhile ho raised his head to lUten Footsteps and voices wore approach lug t Yes I am coming H4nw Tom heard I know old follow Ifu some thing worth while you uro bringing me to sec It was Will Free A wont later he was listening to Toms tory listen Ing as sympathetically as t tbo shoot ing of Dingo had not been true the wounded boy was carried to tho Free home There was a doctor with tho hunting party nnd he announcedtbat It would bo a week before Iota could bo moved Before limo csjUwtlon of that tlmo Tom had come to bo mu ardent an admirer of Hinge M won any member of tho Froo teially Hope Daring In Detroit Fmj Lreaat THE DISCONTENTED TREE Story of tha Good Fairy and the Pretty Little Pine Tree There was once a pretty little pfo tree In the forest Its kin l1d1tit wore green all the year ruuutL but tin t tree was discontentedclI wish I could be llko other trees It sighed I should like to have leave of shining silver BO that 1M DO the prettiest of all tho trees in too world A passing fairy beard the sigh nnd waving her wand turned toil the needles Into silver leave Oh how lovely I criul tto Pine No other tree Is as beautiful tri V Hut not long after n nu walking through the forest saw tho silver foliage and plucked tbo luivva leav ing tho tree quite bare Ah I see It Is not acct U have silver leaves I should Uko aomn that people would not tako from wo Id like loaves of glass 1 woikl itlll glisten In the sun Tho next day tho tree nwuXo to flat itself covered with Icavui ut glass This is better said tho trwx Now rm content nut whets the wind began tu bloW the loaves of glass knocked ngalnut each other and were Boon broken When night CAme tho Uttto pine w at- as bare as before I sew now that I was unwlno In my selection whined the trco fd love She Waved Her Wand to have leaves of green fiefs diner trees have Tho following morning tbu illtlo plno tree awoke to fled that eta fairy had again favored It After nil green leaves are the ootc 1 Now Im like other trees uulj more 0beautiful tSoon however a goat canto by and v seeing the green leaves growtof lieN time ground began to cat tliciu mdP tho plno stood bare aa before Alas cried tho true Silver leaves aro tine glass leaves ate pretty and Rrecn leaves aro good tar other trees us for me my needles were- best How I wish I could havo theta back again I Tho fairy overheard and granted Its wish NO SCORCHING Policeman Beetle to Moth Motor itNow then wo cant have any scorching herelRoyal Magazine Bone Frame of Whale The bono frame of time tiveraii whale weighs about 45ttoas n Ursinetf Checker Player tJ + A Veracious I I I Nature Story j ny Websterztui I ICoujrdihi bjr W G Chapman Mlslity few men nro good players r of both checkers hind poker said Undo Zock Rogers pensively So it wants to mo that Elder Allison was harsh In his sovcro condemnation of his pet bear when 1m found that once ploun animal had mixed up the two samnn TIll bear might have been rodcoinfd tram paths of sin It tho older hadnt bran so hasty As It was Ihb hear after enduring a tow hoard buffets from tho good elder fled to a life of careless vice And he was such a good bear nt first Elder Allison had picked up the bear wlMui only a cub in the woods ono tiny Some hunters had shot Its innttar and It was a very hungry and lonnly furry baby The elder took the bear homo with him fed him nnd sort of adopted him as n member of the family When the bear began to grow a Uttlo it was evident that all beta OQ burr Intelligence wanted to bo coppered If they wore made against u the elders pet Ho lied the rest of his kindred chained to the post when It como to knowing how to do things and to do thorn well Ordinary bear hicks worn no May for that Intelli gent animal that ho never had to bo shown them more than once but Elder Allison who was n pillar In the village church wouldnt teach Ids Qt any ordinary bear tricks Ho said they were frlvoloir and an abom nation to tho truly good And Elder dlIiiTho good elder had only ono teal diversion Dod that was playing check ers Any time ho could get up A game of checkers ho was a happy man especially If there was a small bet on the side Some of tbo church people were sort of scandalized at tho Cillers taking these bets but tho good man defended himself against any clxirgo of Rambling Whnls your definition of gam bllngr ho asked anxious like ot tho minister when that worthy man took him U task for bolting on his favorite guno GambUaK Is betting on a game ot cbano V ooawcrcd tho minister prompt like VTw to sure to bo sure said El tier AtttaoB In mighty satisfied tones That WWI what I thought myself Well It Isnt any game ot chance when time boya MOund hero play with mo The only rcvinoa they win at all la that 1 like to wake things a llttto Interesting A Lonely Furry Baby and lump them at the game I was wasntfjfIloslorloJmarched off with the satisfied air of a man who has got tlio commendation of tlio church on an Innocent recreation The pastor doomed puzzled and not wholly satbficd After awhile It got so that nil the boys wow tort of reluctant about playing checkers with tho clihir Even when there wasnt any betting ou tho Kline they didnt earn to play for tho older always won The elder found It cort of lonely without his favorlto name Ono evening the thought cams to him that he could teach his pet bear to play the game The moro he pondered oVcr the chomo tho room uatlsflud ho was that It was a success Checkers Isnt a genie to bo lightly approached by mats or beast hid remarked port of doubtfully to tho bear but you stem to have tho In tellleenoo of two ordinary men my furry pot nnd besides have lid the benefit of association from cubhood thispartwith a little practice you couldnt be some the ficcond best checker player in town It would bo n plqasuro for roe u privilege for you and perhaps If later on we could get some of the boys to make a few small huts against you there might bo profit in it for tho good man who owns you Tho bear nodded his head at the lad of thin little speech as If he understood every word nt How much sharper than a nor ponta tooth is an ungrateful beat tho elder used to sigh after thn hear had won a victory over him nt checkers Probably you cheated when I wasnt looking or you couldnt havo won that game I guess you had hotter go without breakfast tomorrow to tench you that tho way of the transgressor Is hard when be is found out Anyone who could have cheated tho elder In a sumo of checkers could Lava stolen u buzzsaw In motion but OB tho older hind charge of the ra tions tho good bear soon learned that such victories were unprofitable Just about tho time the elder thought he had his bear well trained at tho checker game and that It was about tlmo for him to try and get a row bets front the rest of true boys against tho bear ho was called to tho city on Important business which would probably keep him away about three months Ho couldnt very well tuko the hear with him for even If the railroad company wouldnt object It would look queer to go trapesing about the city followed by A big and unusually intelligent looking bear So the elder hunted up Deacon Stebbins and confided tho bear to his cure That precocious animal Is the nIl plo of my eye said tho older earnest lv as ho turned the bear over to Don con Stobbins Guard hint tenderl- Y nnd bo especially careful that ho doesnt got Into any bad habits In tellectually ho Cnn look out for him Followed by a Dig and Unusually In tcligent Looking Bear self but Im afraid for his moral nature after my guidance Is removed Duncan Stcbblnn promised ho would bo a father to the bear during tho elders absence so tbo elder wont on his Journoy rejoicing In the thought that ho had left his pet in worthy hands Now Deacon Stcbblns while a good man In many ways wo a sort of a whited sepulchre too Ho was ono of the pillars of tho church and gen orally strong in reform movements but the deacon had a weakness for the national game of poker Once or twice n week ho usod to drop down to list Jenkins tavern and take a hand In a little game in ono ot the back rooms Tho game was kept very much on tho quiet so this never In jured tho deacons reputation although it often dented his bankroll ho not being tho player Hal Jenkins and some of tho rest of tho boys were At last Hal tried to buy tho boar but ot course Deacon Stebbins had no authority to sell tho elders cher ished pet Then Hal wanted to rent the bear at a mighty liberal figure until Elder Allison returned but Duncan Stcbblna wouldnt hear of this Ho sort ot hinted too that ho was afraid tho pious bears morals might be corrupted by too much contact with Hal whoso heart was rather set on things of this world This didnt please Jfal overmuch and mado him moro determined to get the boar So Hal took two or three of the rout of the boys Into partnership and they laid for tho good deacon As a result or having so many houseplay ere against him It wasnt long before tho deacon had lost most of his ready money Thou Hal loaned him Boiiio This wont too Hal kept this tip until ho had the deacon pretty well tangled up In debt Then one day ho suggested casual like that ho needed tho mnsoy The deacon didnt have It Then Im afraid Ill have to sue for it said Hal In a kind of ugly way Of course this landed right hard on tho good deacon Hat probably couldnt recover n Rambling debt but bo could put the deacons reputation with the truly good back n good many wolliI tell you what Ill do deacon ho said In u moro kindly tone It you wilt let mo havo that bear until Elder Allison returns Ill call our little account square When the eider gets back I will turn the bear over to you and the elder wont know ho has broil absent from your foster Ing care Deacon Htebblns was pretty joy oust nt getting out of debt on these terms Ho turned tho hear over to Hal Jenkins remarking as ho did it that the hears long suit was playing checkers Hal snorted at this Checkers he said mighty con temptuous like Thats no game for either man or hoar ot his talents Ill teach thin cherished pet of Elder Al lisons how to play a mans game When tho older returns and finds his bear the best poker player In tho count his heart ought to bubble over with gratitude towards Hal Jenkins but I aint by any means sure that It will And Hal chuckled In a pleased way to himself there being small love lost between him and tho elder Ot course as soon as the bear was a little used to his new homo ho want ed to chow off his talents In the check I erpliyluR line being Justly proud of them lint Hal just laughed at the good bear Tho Intelligent animal went around for a few days with a grieved and hurt look on his face Hut Hal fed him well and petted him and to make up for tho toss of check ors started In to teach tho bear poker Maybe ho was n bad bear at heart and maybe It was just his won derful Intelligence but It took the bear even less time to learn to play poker than it had to learn checkers and ho seemed to enjoy it a good deal more too which makes me think that at the bottom ho was a sort of Tenderloin bear and not the truly good creature he appeared at first acquaintance Anybody who doubted the bears ability as n poker player had only to sit In a game with him once Ho didnt need to sit twice Such a bear such a bear cald Hal Jenkins In an admiring way ono evening utter time furry gambler had bluffed him out of a big pot No ono would think to look at your Innocent bland countenance that you possess tho gullo you do If you hall only lived Iti old Mississippi river steam boat tines you would havo been worth a fortune to tho roan who owned you And Just as tho bear was about developed Into the best poker player In town Elder Allison returned from tho city Of course there was nothing far hat Jenkins to do but to return the bear to Deacon Stcbblns who turned him over to tho elder Tho elder took his pot homo with him the faith fug animal showing signs of unfeigned joy nt the return of his old master That evening tho older thought bo would have a game of checkers Now well have u little game ho remarked complacent like just to see how much you have deterior ated during my absence Thu bear trudged over to the place where ho know a pack of cards was kept In the meantime the older Jot out tho checker board and set the pieces Tho bear shuffled tbo cards and dealt out poker hands Each was busy and did not notice what tho other was doing until tho good elder moved ono of his pieces he always liked to have tile first move Then each looked at the other mightily amazed You may think wo need tho cards for counters snarled the elder sort of Impatiently but wo dont Well only play two or thrco graes and of course Ill tako them all MI see tho one check you havo bet he seemed to bo saying to him self but why do you scatter tho rest about tho board Instead of stacking them up IIko a Christian The bear never was much of a con versationalist He took another peep nt his cards Then ho gathered up his checker pieces slid out ono by the view tho elder had put forward and stacked up ten others alongside of It It was plain that he was see ing tho elders supposed bet and raIs- Ing It ten The older looked at this strange proceeding In amazement Then ho noticed the five cards the bear was holding and the way the checkermen were stacked up His look changed to one of holy horror Wicked depraved bear ho thundered Is this tho way you put In your tlmo whllo I was away Learn lag games of chance after my careful efforts to keep you from gambling Its penitence and a short chain and hard bumps that will bo coming to you until you appreciate that Ute way of the transgressor Is hard and that it Is tho duty ot every good bear to stick to the game at which his master canwinAt the elder grabbed a big stick and began pounding the bear At first the bear scorned hurt men Leave My House Forever tally as well as physically Ho had been mighty proud of his poker play Ing ability nnd now to be pounded for It Dut the elder kept on shower Ing hard words and harder blows At taut the poor bear gavo a sort of sul len growl and rushed out of tho doorway but oven then he turned back In a doubtful way as If ho rated to heave his old master Leave my house forever shout ed the elder who had evidently been to the theater while In tho city Never darken my door until you have forgotten till you know about poker and can bring forth fruits worthy ol repentance In the checker playlnu lineThe outcast bear looked down the village street Ho could eta tba lights of Hal Jenkins tavoru Thoro ho would nut bo beaten and abused There his tulonts as a poker player would be praised und appreciated He looked back once moro at tho house Tho elder continued Isis abuse Thu onco good bear gave a little bear sigh Then ho shambled off toward the tavern no longer the pet of a pil lar of the church but a poker playing gambling bear the last addition LI the ureloc Tenderloin J Jesus and the Woman of Samaria Sunday School Lesson for Feb 9 1908 Specially Prepared for This Paper LESSON TEXTJohn 4l42 Memory verses 23 tlOLDKN TEXTU any man thirst lot him como unto me and drinkJohn737 TIME Jrsus had spent most ct the vimmrr and autumn In Judea The Inci dent nt Jacob well was probably In December A V 27 It was near the close of limo nut year of leeue mlnlitry John still preaching at Exam near the JordanPLACEJacobs well near Sychar between Mia Ubal and Gertzlm In Ha mama SCRIPTURAL REFERENCES The soul full of thlraUi Pea 4213 Matt 56 1631 Horn 723 24 IHO 51110 6313 Uev 317 2 Worldly things cannot satisfy the souls thirst Jer 213 lea 662- Pea 107t Eccl 11314 2111 nom 7W24 So The water or eternal life Pea 464 421 233 Stall C6 John 410 14 77 33 lea 0513 1013 4117 II 443 31 7 123 Jtev 221 2 Ezek 4712 W2i Comment and Suggestive Thought V 6 Now Jacobs well was there Ono of the few sites about which hero Is no dispute It Is situated In the fork of the two roads that lead to Galileo from this region ono run northeast to the fords of the Jordan a few miles south of tho lake tho other going to the northwest by way of tho south ern vase Into tho plain of Eadraelon directly toward Nazareth Tho well Is 75 feet deep but was originally much deeper as the bottom has been filled up with rubbish The well Is about seven feet six Inches in dlarae etor but tho mouth of It is a nar row neck four feet long and only largo enough for a man to pass through with arms uplifted See Hast lags Bible Diet Near the place where Christ talked with the Samaritan woman now stands a Baptist church with a regu lar congregation of a hundred per sonsJowtsh Messenger Jesus therefore being wearied with his Journey Ho had probably been walking several hours 03 tho Orientals wore accustomed to start early in tho morning and It was now about tho sixth hour or noon ac cording to Jewish reckoning Jo ecphus Antiquities describes Moses middayJesusThe wlso approach by courteously rising and asking a favor that could easily bo granted Tho Syrlao Cordox Implies that Jesus rose and stood to moot politely the standing woman and this standing was ono thing that caused hIs disciples to marvel GIvo mo to drink Jesus asked for water because ho needed It but ho used tho request as a means of preparing tho wag for his teaching A useless re quest would havo defeated his per pose 33 Whosoever drlnketh of this water shall thirst again This water satisfies only bodily thirst and for brief perlds a typo of all worldly supplies for the deeper thirst of the soulEvery person is full of wants long logs desires hopes both of tho body nod of the soul There ore the thirsts for pleasure for power for money for respect for love for knowledge There are thirsts for the friendship nod love of God for forgiveness immortal life holiness happiness usefulness heaven a larger sphere and broader life Tho larger the soul tho more nnd greater aro its thirsts The greatness of any being Is meas ured 1 by tho number of his do sires and thirsts 2 by their qual ity 3 by their capacity intensity Dead and Living WaterTho old Greeks believed that before passing to the Elysian Field all souls could drink from tho River Lethe and for get the sins and sorrows they had experienced In this world Tho liv- Ing water which Christ offers does not enable us to forget our sorrows but It helps ua to bear them It Is not a prelude to a life of ease but a stimu Ins for tho strugglo entailed on all who follow Jesus V 2C Jesus declares to tho woman that ho is the expected Messiah I am ho Truo orshlp1 God wants all men to worship him because thus they be como like him near to him 2 Thus every heart may become hallowed ground 3 Worship must be spiritual rather than formal M Itmustbo sin core 5 It is the fruit of love rath er than fear C Truo worship cnn not be separated from morality while formal worship can 7 Worship is essential to the religious life S Forms and rites are valuable only as they aid tho spirit in its worship 9 It Is not necessary to renounce forms for sonic form Is necessary In public worship but to fill the forms with tho true spirit 10 Sir Matthew Hale found that prayer gave a Uncture of devotion to all secular employments that It was a Christian chemistry converting those acts which are materially natu ral Mil civil Into acts truly and dot mally religious Ho discovered in habitual devotion what Herbert calls the elixir of life Wo need personal Interest In the welfare of others not Organized charity scrimpt and Iced in tho name of u cautious statistical Christ We need the personal touching oven more than tho needy need our touch An Oriental StoryThero Is an Ori ental legend of a fountain into whoso msterlousrose and gushed whenever drops fell on tho barren plain so that a traveler carrying n portion of this eater could iiafuly traverse any desert however wide or dry because ho took with him thV secret utunfailing springs I t r 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS c A ItspecialSo many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You EnterL ctufellolibraryand tho common breaches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Blbltn Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text y 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 Tho most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady Iti Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course an full and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees 1 ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gee man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educattonul standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for tbo 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 neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Bcrea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re ceived 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 aro supporting Bcroa 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 tho character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and aro earnest to do well and improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Borea live in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hull farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor except in win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn moro may by writing to tho 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 Varj with different people Bcrea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The cooper tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniform umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no real- tor the tine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of beddln and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel tights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall arid spring 50 cents to winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee tor return of room koy library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ing hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a tree sift The Incidental Fee for most atudents is J3QO a term J400 In lower Model Schools GOO In courses wltb Latin and 1700 In Collegiate courses a PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental foe and rooro rent by the term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows FALL14 weeks 2950ln Ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including = 100 deposit middle at term Jl5 WINTER12 weeks 2900In one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle d term 900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end ot m term receive back for monoy advanced On board In full except that no allowance Is made for any fraction of a weekOn room all but fifty cents but no allowance for any fraction or w monthOn Incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bids when he returns provided It is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are ReM started In school It pays to stay aa long as possible THE FIRST DAY of tho winter term Is January 1 190S For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes tho eyes ot the men and boys who see it The mountain people llka a good thing when they see it and to got a 75 cent knife with tics blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the ntourtain people than any other dollar paper In tho world The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar 1 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it yobs ought to have i II I a r THE HOSE r Some Creamed Dishes f Continued from last Week I CREAMED MEATS AND FISH I Many nourishing and appetizing dlshe i may be made from white sauce and I finely chopped meat or fish The meat be leftovers or It be 1may prepared by simmeringlow until very tender In water sea I o with salt a piece of redpepper a slice of onion a carrot and a turnip The meat should be very ten der and cut into cubes or chopped fine If the meat has not been spec ially seasoned more pepper and salt sauceIlI but when necessary to cut according to the cloth moro sauce and less t meat may be used I 1Coldchicken or turkey cold rot t or beet ham or mutton ham 1burg steak or beef loaf dried beef 1codlsh canned salmon or cold cook fish arc all foundations for a creamed j CREAMED dishIcodfish several up and free from bones and skin then cook until tender before adding to I the white sazce- CPEAMEDFISII All fish must be cooked picked up and the bones and skin removed boron the white sauce is addedCREAMED DRIED BEEF Dried beef should bo picked up fine and freshened by pouring boiling water over It and thaa added to a medium white sauce- SERVING I CREAMED DISHES A creamed dish may be served in EO many pretty ways that it will seem each time like something new and better than tho last SERVED WITH TOAST Prepar the toast by buttering stale bread sliced Into onethird inch sllcaa Remove the crust cut into triangles and place In a pan in tho oven until brown Pour the creamed meat or fish into a dish and place the toast ed points around It Another way is to prepare the slices of toast dip quickly into hot salted water butter slightly place on a platter then heap the creamed meat upon the toast Dont use cold bits in cold weather Your horses tonguo Is tender and his mouth is formed of delicate glands and fall to blanket your horse when he stands in the cold Dont forgot that nasal catarrh diphtheria bronchitis and other ills often result from exposure and the chill which follows suddenly checked to water your horse the first thing In the morning but not with ice water Dont forget that there is more pro fit in coaxing a horse than kicking him Try gentleness and see how it grows on you The planting of locus orcatalpa trees on many hillsides that are too rough to Jje successfully cultivated would In a very few years result In a most profitable Industry and one that would make the owner of these lands more money than could possibly be made In any other crop grown on his lands In other sections of the state many owners of rough hillside lands have already planted thousands of trees Mr J B Walker a large landowner living near Hopklnsvllle says the Kentuckian of that city has Just received from Ohio three thousand catalpa trees which will be burled un til spring when they will be planted The trees are of the Speclosa va riety Mr Walker will set out three Continued from Xjut Pact t has moved to the Smith property on the McKee and Annvlllo road Mrs rents Mr and Mrs Bailey Simpson this week Mr and Mrs Willie Mcd lock of this placo visited Mrs Med locks parents lost week Tho peo ple of this community are in deep sympathy with Caleb Powers We think he has been tried by partial courts so we aro looking forward for a pardon for him Hurley Jan 23D H Cole filled appointment at Friendship Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs J it IN A BAKING DISH Butter a baking dish turn in the creamed meat or vegetables cover on top with buttered crumbs set In oven till browned on top Servo In the baking dish To prepare the crumbs take old dry breadbe sure It Is not mouldy put in a pan in the warming oven or a very slow oven Leave until It is perfectly dry and then roll with a rolling pin Theso crumbs may be sifted and the finer ones and coarser ones saved separately Keep in cowered glass Jars and they may be kept for a long time ready for use at any time For covering cream dishes use tho coarser crumbs Melt a tablespoonful of butter In a frying pan stir the crumbs In It until well cover ed with the butter and slightly yel lowed Be careful not to get the but ter too hot or it will have a disagree able scorched taste IN SHELLS Perhaps tho very nicest way to serve creamed meats or fish Is in shells made from rich pie dough The dough should be rolled as for pies then shaped Into shells by cakeiFill the baked shells with the creamed meat cover with buttered bread crumbs set in a pan and heat through Just before time to serve IN BASKETS Hollow out the top of a cold biscuit or a cube of light bread about the same size so as to form a tiny basket or case Spread these Inside and out with melted but ter and placo In the oven until brown Fill with the creamed mix ture cover with buttered crumbs and return to the oven until hot through- A shredded wheat basket is particu larly nice for creamed codfish Heat the shredded wheat biscuit in the ov en dip quickly in milk drain and hollow out in the center Fill with the creamed fish and servo hot Boiled turnips or beets hollowed In to baskets are particularly nice for serving creamed peas They should be reheated after filling with the peas When serving in baskets there should be enough of the baskets to give one to each person I I THE FARM I Coldpweather Donts tissuesDont perspirationDont an I blocked with snow I Dont force him to back a heavy load over a heavy snowbank A shov el with a little energy will make It easier for your horse and your con scienceDont fall to oil your wagon axles There Is a heap of humanity In wag on greaseDont to properly shelter your stock from the cold and exercise them when the weather is good Dont fall to have your horns teeth examined Of what use is food if your horse cant eat It IIPlantCatalpa Trees CORRESPONDENCE Johnnlof elIlullrrr heavlITIwhen acres in catalpa tho trees growltarmsuccessfully On white clay soil these tree In two years time will grow to be worth 4500 per acre to cut into fence posts They have been known to grow six Inches in height in one sunny day and they increase in di landIon the land that could not be successfully cultivated and ho claims to have made more clear money out of the trees cut and sold from this tract this year than could have been made from the same acreage planted in tobacco Ex George Hlllard stayed at tho home of Mr Wesley Angel Monday night and started for Illinois Tuesday We are sorry to glvo them up but hope that they have a prosperous UCeMr John Gabbard Jr of Sand Lick vis ited his father and mother Mr and Mra J II Gabbard Sunday Har vey Cole has been digging coal for Llgo Angel near Mlddlefork and came home Wednesday Mrs Loulso Gab bard L J Cole and Slnthn Rob erts visited Mrs Lizzie McCollum and Mrs Donle Philips last Tuesday Mr and Mrs CUrls Roberts gave the young people a candy party last Friday night Mr and Mrs J G Gabbard were tho welcome guests of Mrs L J Cole Sunday Dennio Min ale and Eva Johnson visited their sister Mrs Ida Lakes of Horccllck I If Saturday and Sunday Mrs Rachel Gabbard visited her daughter Car lisle Isaacs Saturday night Elijah Angel was at Edward GabbardB mill on business Thursday and stayed all night with his sister L J Cole Thursday night KVrRORFBH Evergreen Jan 19L B Mart in has sold his goods to W M Jones Laura Griffin is on the sick lIst A Burdl Is visiting friends at Cor bin this weekW M Jones James wentItoJohn Hammond lost the finest mare in the county last Tuesday- nUDDLEPORK I Mlidlefork Jan 19Qulte a largo t crowd from this place attended church at Letter Box Sunday Mr and MrsII Green Lako of Evergreen visited I her parents Mr and Mrs Wes SuudayoneyIllnd I W Angel and Joe Tussey killed five hogs last week which weighed near I 2000 IbsMiss Della Angel and Mr Green Lake and wife visited their un- cleI pnd aunt Mr and Mrs Levi Cab bard SundayWe arc sorry to say that Mrs Letha Tussey has been on the sick list for several daysMrI Docs Wilson is in the tie hauling business this week Mr Pomp Car I penter of Dango our Deputy Sheriff passed thru here Friday enroute to Letter Box on business Mrs Wes Angel has been very poorly for several I days with throat and lung trou Mr Bill Lear of Heifers Branch Chas given up his goods business and gone to logging InUOR Hudson hasIHugh from McKee where he has been attending courtW n Bcngo I visited his son and daughter of Dreyfus Saturday and Sunday Mr I Luther Klmborlaln and little son of I Dreyfus made a business trip to W n Eengos Saturday lost Mr Ben Gay of Silver Creek passed through this vicinity Wednesday Mr W T Powell and son of Bobtown are I working In log business at this place 1Uss Maggie Benge Robert Benge I Zada and Johnnie Lain were the guests of Mr and Mrs Curt Bcngo Saturday night Mr Jason Hudson of this place and Miss Maud Robinson of Big Hill were married on Now Years Day Wo wish them much joyMrs Tom McKim nnd daughter of Big 11111 visited friends and relatives at this place Saturday Mr Chester Parks of Kingston was the guest of his grandparents Friday Mr J W Van Winkles school at this place closed Friday Mr Alvin Halo of Speedwell visited friends at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr rumor Abrams died Wednesday of pneumonia His remains were laid In tho family grave yard at Big HI1L- IAUItOT Parrot Jan 22 Services were con ducted Saturday and Sunday by the- Re A B Gabbard Miss Florence McDowell entertained a large crowd Sunday evening The social given by Mr aad Mrs H R Dycho Sunday night was a success Misses Nora and Minnie Price entertained several young folks Friday night Among those present wore Mr Ella Black of Illinois and his brother Joe of nnlour weeks visit to Tennessee returned home accompanied by his mother and Mr Loy his stepfather They will make their homo here Miss Nora and Minnie Price were the guests of their sister Mrs Andrew Cornelius and also visited Mr nnd Mrs Lafay ette Cornelius In order to see their son Nathan who is very sick with pneumonia Mr Andrew Gabbard visited his brothers and sisters of Letter Box Saturday and Sunday DOUIIIFL1CK- Doublel Ick Jan 22 There is no new sickness to amount to anything here but Mrs Mary Hays who has been seriously ill for some tlmo is no better Mr S R Ballard of Valley View visited his sister Rena Witt Saturday night and left Sunday for Berea to see his son Leonarl who is in school Miss Dolores Witt visited Misses Pearl and Fanrlo Witt Mr Turp Abrams has gono into the cross- tie business Mr John Witt and wife visited Mr John Philips and family Saturday and Sunday Mies Etta Sparks visited friends at Evergreen Sunday Mr Bob Abrams of Big Hill moved back to his home last week We are proud to have him back Mr Tommlo Cruso of Berea visited Mr Bob Abrams Friday Mr Callhan and wife visited Mr George Witt and family Sunday Meeting will begin at Cloyer Bottom Saturday and will con tinue several days 4 m COME TO STAY Deadleok In Kentucky loin tiritl Race Seems tt limo Became t Fixture ONE WAY OUT OF CONTEST Our Correspondent at the Capital Pre sents an Intireittng Review of Af fairs Relating to the LegUlatur and Its Doing Frankfort Ky Jan nThe dead lock In the senatorial race seems to have come to stay Beckham is still three votes short of his election and Bradley Is lYe votes short with six antlDeckham Democrats voting for McCreary Blackburn and other Demo crats and holding the balance of power The race has settled down to a- Bort of humdrum affair and the two steering committees are getting the only excitement out of It as they have to hustle around every morning to see if all the absentees are properly paired with some member of the opposite political party The six antlBeckham Democrats have It In their power of cours to elect either Beckhara or Bradley but It has not been demonstrated yet that they can pull over enough Democrats or enough Republi cans to elect a third man A Republi can member of the legislature said last week that If he were released from voting for the Republican nomine W O Bradley ho would be willing to vote for Wheeler Campbell one of the antlBeckhara Democrats and thus end the deadlock But I will never ask Bradley to release mo said he for I know If I went to him and asked him to release me he would give me a good ousting and I am not going to say a word about It but just stand pat This indicates that the deadlock may con tinue to the end of tho session but It will end any day that Beckham or Bradley withdraws from the race Governor Wlllson has sent a special message to the legislature on the sub ject of better schools and a more ad vanced system of education lie says there Is a general movement all over the stato for better teachers better teaching better schools better school houses longer school terms better paid teachers firstclass normal schools to train teachers and a com plete change In the whole school sys tem to bring It up to the best modern methods To carry out these Ideas he suggests that a commission bo provld ed for composed of tho governor su perintendent of public Instruction one senator one representative one lady to be chosen by tho Federation of Womens clubs the president of the state university the presidents of the two normal schools one superintend ent of county schools and one superin tendent of city schools all to be selected by the governor except those specifically named The duty of this commission will be to Investigate our school system and compare It with tho best systems of other states and sub mlt to the noxt general assembly a report embodying recommendations and suggestions as to needed changes in our school system A bill propos ing to create said commission has already been Introduced in the senate by Senator Rives and It will likely be passed and become a law If the sena torlal race does not block all legisla tion Senator R B Brown of Gallatln county has Introduced ono of tho most remarkable bills of the session and while It Is not likely to become a law It is an index of tho determined fight the tobacco growers are making to In crease the price of tobacco by growing no crop at ell this year Senator Browns bill provides that before It shall be lawful for any farmer to raise- R crop of tobacco this year he shall first procure a license to do so from tile county clerk and the price to be charged for said license shall be 150 for each acre of tobacco proposed to be grown The penalty for the violation of provisions of the bill II fixed at a fine of from 4500 to 1000 so it Is safe to predict that if the bill becomes the law there will be no tobacco grown In Kentucky this year Tho building of good roads in this state will bo given a most wholesome impetus It the bill fathered by Sena tors Bosworth and Wyatt can be pass ed Under the present constitution nq county can assume an Indebtedness for roadbuilding purposes greater than 2 per cent of tho assessed value of the property In the county This amount has been found to be totally inadequate to secure anything like a decent system of public roads and tho demand from tho people for better roads has become so Insistent that an amendment to the constitution Is deemed necessary as the only way to meet the demand of tho people The Bosworth Wyatt bill provides that a vote be taken on an amendment to the constitution which will permit the counties to become Indebted for build fag public roads to the amount of 10 per cent of the taxable value of the property In the county This will give the people a chance to show whether they are In earnest or not when they clamor for better roads C A determined fight will be made In this aemioa of the legislature to give women the rlgfat to vote In school oleo tiou Md to bold tt oflo e Mfcrel trwtse r sr thw sat 0ee ft rUUT I L l lllvB of UA law Nity her lat dutei ft bila tta lease rS lrt aeetla it walah wyst Ttat nay woraaa possessing tk quallfloalless reullit U a male water la cemsra school elections and wa la a aitlB may be able to read aid write Is hereby declared qualified t Tte at any election held for the p rpse of ckooslng any oDcer of schools or upon any measure relating t schools aad any woman possessing the qualifications required for maIN Is hereby declared to be eligible to hold sly omce now existing or that may Lreafter be created by any act of the general assembly- Several delegations of women have already been to Frankfqrt In the Inter est of this bill but some of the leading Womans club membrs are working against It It Is predicted that the main stumbling block In tho way of the measure becoming a law IB the fact that It gives negro women the same right to voto and hold omce that It gives to the white women For the past twenty years or more attempts have been made to reduce the fees charged by stockyards com panics but for some reason all bills Introduced n the legislature on that subject have failed to pass Senator R W Owen of Hancock county has In troduced a bill this session to regulate and reduce these fees and the prices charged for provender The senator Is a farmer and a stock trader himself and he feel from personal experience that the prices charged by these com panles Is tn large Ills bill provides that the price charged shall not be more than fO per cent higher than the market price of the provender and that the actual weight of the food shall be taken and sot charged by guess as seems to be the custom of some of the stockyard companies This bill will meet with the hearty approval of the farmers and shockshipper all over the state A bill aimed at the drug stores and corner grocery stores that sell whisky has been Introduced The bill does not name the drug stores or groceries but It provides that one having a license to sell liquor shall not engage In an other business at the same placo he sells the liquor Among the other scores of bills offered tho following nro the most Important Act to require an annual apportionment and accounting of the surplus of life Insurance companies Act prohibiting tho manufacture and sale of cigarettes In this state and pro viding a severs punishment thornfor Act to prohibit the marriage of first and second cousins In this state Act to prevent the crowding or overloading beyond their seating capacity of cars provided by railroad companies for the transportation of passengers and to prevent any Increase In rates now In effect or the withdrawal of coy tain tickets In retaliation Act provHIng for the teaching of the elements of agriculture In the public schools of the state Act amending the election law by providing that hereafter the ballots shall have no party emblem on them Act giving the landlord n superior lien on the tenants crop for the money advanced to raise tho crop the lion to bo superior to all other lions for one year WATSEKA By J W Jewell I Many years now have passed SInco the deer ran so fast Tho Illinois were a tribe That to fight you couldnt bribe They lived on a lido stream To hunt and fish was their dream II Onco they had a great feast All wcro glad oven the least They played many merry games And they talked of great mens fames All at once they heard a yell Of their fear no tonguo could tell III Pleasure then was turned to grief And they fled for relief Threw their spears and bows away They would not fight didnt I sayT Then tho little Wotscka maid Asked Men are you of them afraid T IV The Illinois as you know Dared not stand against the foe This little maid was very bold As to the men ohe gave a scold And went tho women to persuade For them to como and give her aid V Th6 women went with her at last Remembering tho maids past Tho maid and women were armed And the sight the men alarmed The men said Why stand wo here Trembling and shaking with fear VI The men went in the womens place You never heard of such a race As was run in the twilight During that bright starlit night Tho Illinois gained back their own Because the maid had bravery shown Wondrous is tho strength of cheerfulness altogether past calculation its powers of endurance Efforts to bo permanently useful must bo uniform ly Joyous a spirit all sunshine graceful from very gladness bcautl ful because bright Thomas Carlysle r THE MARKET here Prices Eggs per dozlS20e Butter per tHUUM Ib1520el J Apples per AMI PSr Ik 11M- eKu par Ik ITc I Lard per lb1042c tTurkeys undrtucd HUe Rabbits each lie Cllekeu OB toot per ib10a t tWtafLiveLoulsvlllu Jan 28 1908I A I Choice export steers 4 75 6 24 i Light shipping Bteora 4 69 4 71 Choice butcher steers 4 25 4 GIKMedium butcher sirs 3 75 4 Common butcher sirs 3 25 3 75 Choice butcher heifers 3 CO 4 00 Medium butcher heifers 3 25 3 75 Common butcher heifers 2 75 3 28 Choler buUksr sews I M 4 N Medina BBtekr sews 3 94 3 It 1CannersChoice bulls Median Balls J MSN t CCBUBOB kills J N awC- O 1 Cholco veal calves G 7 00 Medium veal calves 4 00 GOO r- ninon JTM JUS II 1 Good feeders 4 00 4 76t 4lBm f4rs 160 4 NM I CMSSMB f4 rs S Ckele stock steers 151 850IMedium stock steers 3 00 OBWOB stack sUrs a ii i M Choice stock heifers 2 75 3 25 Medium stock heifers 2 25 2 76 Common mixed stockers 2 25 2 76 cut sallck cows SI 44 43W UtdlUBt much cows 25 M SI M COIl milch cows 10 01 34 Ntinoas Choice packers and butchers IlledlumICO to 200 lbs 4 GS jChoice pigs 00120 Ibs 4 60 f 1 Light pigs W90 Ibs 4 00 4 25 Light shippers 1201CO Ibs 4 H Roughs ISOCOO lbs 2 CO tG StlElP Choir fat sheep 3 CO 4 11- Medlam SUMP 3 01 3 M COBB0B hp 2 00 I M Ducts 1 00 2Q Choice lambs C 60 6 i0MGood BBUXr luab 4 50 604 Calls and tallfinds 3 00 4 09 MUSS IOnt81O IUM8C oIce sugar cured light and njiocial cure Iltbe htavy to medium 1115 to ISHe- SIIOULUBRS IV4e per lb IlACONClMr rib tides Olio rag ulnr clear stdB Otto liroHkfcut bitten 16c sugar cured shoulders SHc bacon extra 3Ho bellies light lie heaYjUlA LARD Prime steam In tierces Siic puro In tierces 9ic In tubs lOc DRIED BEEF 12c- HG08 Cato rodnt ISo per dot candled 20- cBIITTWR1718c J per lb N POULTRYSprlng chickens small i He per lb large 12c hens lOc ducks small young lie old lOo young lOc old 8e geese 805 160 per dot SQUmMLSu25 per dos- VIUbATNo turkorlli2 red and 4103 No3 red and long CORNNo 2 white 6CJ4c No 3 mixed GGlt- aOATSNo 2 white G3c No 2 nixed 514eRYENo 2 Northern 03c Tan lark rice at tke depot at Berea per cord 47 N Ties- TIESPrice at tha station at Firsts 48c culls 20cboth 8 and 1lfoot lengths Spokes Prices paid by Standard Wheel Goat em for black or shell bark hick ery spokes split or sawed Per TJloWll1ratFirst SM 0 grad t 04 First alas D gad 7 8- 0S4ea size A aad B trade 21 0- 0INad slM C grade 12 0- 0tdead ilea D grade 9 G- OTIIlrt slsi A sad B grade 25 0- 0Tklrt SM 0 grad 12 00 Fourth Ylse A sad B grads 30 09 First sine is IHIa ea the heart 1 lu dp ax4 2S to 34 laekeg long Sec end use Is 2 in oa the heart 2 in dp and 39 IB long Third miss U 234 in on the heart 2U in deep and SO In lose Fourth else is 2V4ln ODIthe heart 2 IB deep lid 39 In long A ft B Grads Is good sound white coarse heavy growth Un Umber full to slats and free from detects C Grad Is good sound wklt tlm br that U lighter In welgkt and ItJM GRAFTING ON A GIGANTIC SCALE CHARGED AGAINST FORMER OF F1C1AL3 WHO BUILT STATE k CAPITOL TRIALOF FIVE 0 F THE- DEPENDENTS BEGIN Experts n Metallic and Wooden Fur nlturov Marble and Other Furnloh logo Will Be Called as Witnesses By Each Side- llurrhrbnrg Pa Jan ifho firs ur tbo iff criminal suits against former slate otUccta contractors and others ronmtoUM with the turnUbtns of tlie IKJVV capitol of Pennsylvania will be brought to trial In thu Dauphin coutrty court Monday before Judge KuuktL Tbo defendants In tho aillts listed for trial first are Architect Jo oph U Him ton ami Contractor John SundMon of Philadelphia former Auditor Ooneral William P Snyder Spring Oily former State Treasurer I William U Matbuot of Media ami James M Shumaker of Johnstown former superintendent of public pmuritb ntxl buildings Tiro defendants aro charged with nuuplrarff to cheat und defraud tho unto sal of 1135000 by falsifying tho t wolgbt und measurements of certain t WI furnlBlrfngB Huppllcd by Saiulcrsou un- It der Ws per foot apt per pound contract with the bourn of grounds I hasjfrnIairtH to bo tried first Tho eattH against ConRrrssman H Uurd Cniwfl of tho Pcnimylvanln Con 4tructltm Co who supplied the metal lic fumrturo for tbo capitol nnd who u under fmiictmcnt on charge of con tillracr mtd false proton v and tho ratnataftiK eight defendants In theso pro ccnttonn will bo tried Inter Tito total cost of the capitol was tl3000WX of which 1000000 was xptmtlca by the building commission for construction and 9000000 by the board ct grounds and building for lurnlrtrtnsa Snndorsone contract ruotrnUa to J5487SD3 and his profit ID omo hmtnncca U alleged to have iwon M want as 4000 por rent Hun ton dtmftstwel tho capitol and time fur nlihltijcS nUll received In commissions more thin 400000 Shumaker Is nr ousotl ef having fullwl to audit the bills of Bandarson mad other contras ton aral with having nooelJt1 Hus tons crrrtlllcotlons that tho work WM nccorfltaR to spedllcatlans Mallntcn c is aTlmoa to have paid the bills nnd Bnydtfr W saU lo have paeeed the bills W wltttOTft hoot having been audited tn I otthdr rma t Many t tho furntahlnge supplied by t SutMlcnxm nnd other contractors wilt bo inrxtmxxl by the commonwealth I before Mio julp mid experts will IH nllrU tot irtiow that they urn not up io 11 the nvcdncailomi and that the prices were qwooilro and not according to h control IMD ASKED FROM BOSTON For WoSs That Threatens Buslnesi Ii Portion of Portland Maine PortUml Mo Jan 27Tiro whol lit ttty oodR ectnblltliiwnts of Mllll t ken Guurlna Co was destroyed by Sifndnr nUht with n lose of J600h fAm MIL fire was pHircnlly under control It Irroko out main In the root of the I R Cdx Son shot cutab llhmvn Itoforo oddltionnl lines of Ito crnffd bo run up tin entire roof was hbhwj nut nt 2 a m It xpemutl nn It pawl t the block with Its whole Halb HlrOU of shoo said to bo worth J2 moon tvuuld bo burned DcspRo the work of tho firemen the flame nto heir way through ibo fourth mod third floors of the Cox bulldhiK suiting Thom completely Ali leas been asked from Boston Ocr N H Portsmouth nnd a nom her of Wnlno cities as It was feared blaio would got beyond controlI l 0Iho Blaze In Norwich VorvX3i CL Jan 271 general fire alarm has been sent In calling out all tho Urn apparatus In the city to I tight a Sro which Is raging In the build Inp nt Woo 9 and 11 Water street nc cupied Tiy the L A Galup Co whole ute grocers tho Norwich Belt Manu facturing Co and tho William H Davenport Arms Co At 320 n m the fire was thought to be under control nnd confined to tho block where It v started Limo low it Is estimated will bo under 540000 Violent Windstorm at Plttsburg PittslnnR Pa Jon 2TA violent dorm with unusual features for the winter fousou wept over tho city Sunday wight Thorn were vivid llauh ti of lightning and heavy thunder and for a time rain tell In sheets whllo wind of terrific velocity raged I Fired On the Japs Shanghai Jan 27A Japanese laundh Two been fired upon and robbed by Chinreo pirates near Kin Using rU tim 1llrat also attacked sovcrai Clilncsp launches on route to ShniiR I rat Wiling four Chinese anti wounding Inine Explosion Killed Three York Jn 27Threo men Tilled and flvo seriously hurt in North Bergen end of the Pennsylvania tunnel wulor tho Hudson Whllo Q T Ia twa3 being prcparertMhe dynaralU exnlf m I DELAY III THE THAW TRIAL WITNESSES FROM EUROPE ARE UNABLE TO REACH LAND Jerome Falls ta Learn Their Identity Case May End by Next Saturday Now York Tho blinding now storm which swept Now York Fri day caused tho first serious Inter ruptlon of tho second Thaw trial It put an embargo on practically all tho shipping In the lower bay nnd pre vented the big steamer Adriatic from reaching her dock On board the liner are four iihysl clans and a trained nurse from Eu rope who Mr Littleton declared In court nro Important witnesses for tho defense und whose testimony ho do sires to place upon the record before propounding hypothetical questions to limo three exports who will swear that when Harry 1C Thaw shot and killed Stanford White ho was to mentally deficient that ho did not know the na ture or finality of his oat or that tho net was wrong Tho request for un adjournment until Monday made upon the opening of court was granted by Justice fowling Mr Littleton promised to have tho lone hypothetical question ready Im mediately alter his few remaining wit neun of fact have testified on Mon tiny nod unloM Mr Jeromes cross examination of the exports U unexpectedly long the defense will rest by Monday night Tim prosecution wll proceed on Tuesday with Itn re buttnl case and should not occupy more tbnn a day and a half Tho sur rebuttal by the defense will bo brief nnd tho case should end by Friday or Saturday of next week Tho witnesses who lira to land from tbo Adriatic are expected to toll of alleged Irrational outbreaks by Thaw In Europe long before Evelyn Neiblt camo Into his life The district attor toy tried to secure tho names of tho witnesses from Mr Littleton Friday nail there was a lively exchange ol words for a few minutes ending with the Identity of tho newcomers as much of n mystery as ever MITCHELL REFUSES MONEY President of Miners Union Declines Gift of 2700 Indianapolis Ind Porbaps the most eloquent speech President John Mitchell of the United Mine Workers over made In his life was Tuesday afternoon when ho declined to accept a personal Rift of 12700 tendered him by the miners of Montana and Wyoming as a token of their appreciation of bis efforts to make their condition betterAs ho spoke trying to check his emotion tears came to his eyes John Mitchell Give It to Mrs Mitchell and tho cull drcn ho said trembling with cmo lion Hlg hardy miners shed teara with him- Thomas Gibson president of tho Montana miners had como to the platform currying a draft for 2300 Ho snit the draft was backed by r smaller amount wJitch would bring the total tip to 2700 Tho draft will bo sent to Mrs Mltcholl Attorney S R Hamill Dies Chicago Samuel II Hnmlll any sociate counsel for John II Walsh died Friday afternoon at the Audi torlum Annex o pneumonia Mr Hnmlll was born In Sullivan Ind De comber 13 18C7 Ho was tho son of Samuel It Hnmlll a prominent In Jlann lawyer Mrs Emily Yznaga Dead Natchoz Miss Emily Ysnaca mother of the dowager duchess of Manchester and of Lady ListerKayo of England died here while on her way to her estate Lako St John Con cordla parish Louisiana Friday Bun was tho widow of Fernando Yznagn a native of Cuba Rebels Take PortdePalx Port auPrince Haiti Tho revolu tlonlsts havo taken possession of the town of Port lePalx 35 miles west of Cape Halteln 4x PORTLAND HAS BIG BLAZE CITY HALL AND PUBLIC BUILDING IN MAINE CITY BURNED leven Hundred Persons at Pythlan Jubilee In Peril Property Loss Is 1000000 Portland MeA fire which caused a property damage or 1000000 Friday destroyed the city hall and police buildings and endangered tho lives of more than 700 persons Although known as city hall the building was divided between cityamid county of flees while tho pollco building sbel tered the supreme judicial and mu nicipal courts In addition to tho police department One of tho most valua ble libraries In the state tbo Green leaf law collection was completely de stroyed with a loss estimated at 10 000That there wore no fatalities Is remarkable ns there wero morn than 700 persons attending the Western Maine Knights of Pythias Jubilee gathered in the auditorium of tho city hall when the flames were discovered Only a tow persons wero hurt Chief Engi near Melville Eldrldgo being tho only ono known to bo seriously Injured and he was able to direct the fight against the games throughout being supported by two assistants Ualllmoro Md Fire Friday took heavy toll of the members of the fire department of this city three being dead and 10 others more or loss Herlouily Injured The list of tho lat ter Includes tho name of George hot ton chief of the fire department Ho has a badly lacerated scalp and internal injuries The first hasty examina lion Indicated that his skull was frac lured but a more careful investigation showed this not to bo tho case Tho dead aro Lieut Frederick Harman William U Pugh Charles Frllman all firemen Time financial damage Is estimated by Mayor J Harry Mabool who was on the scene at 100o6o PLOT IN PORTUGAL FOILED Conspiracy to Proclaim a Republic Is Failure Lisbon An abortive attempt to overthrow the monarchy and proclaim Purtufiat n republic was nipped In the bud Wednesday night by tho prompt action of tho government Tho plot was organized by a small group of advanced republicans the leaders of whom wore arrested As near as can bo ascertained tho plan was to assassinate Premier Franco and then depend for success upon street risings supported by secret republican and labor organlza lions armed with bombs and revolvers Leslie M Shaw Resigns Now York Leslie M Shaw has resigned the presidency of tho Car ncglo Trust company which be as sinned early lust March on his retirement from the treasury portfolio at Washington In explaining his resignation Tues day Mr Shaw said that ho had small differences with Charles C Dlckln son the organizer and chief owner of the trust company Of his future plans ho would say nothing beyond this statement I tinny shy my castor Into the political ring Bomb Wrecks Italian Bank Now YorlcAn exploding bomb Thursday night wrecked tho front or- an Italian bank building on Eliza beth street briefly exposing 40000 In silver and gold which tho bankers Pasqualo A Patl Son had piled lo tho windows ns ocular proof of their ability to pay depositors on demand- It Is supposed robbery was tbo mo tive but that tho robbers lost lour ago and fled- Labor Union Ordered Dissolved Cleveland OJudgo Phillips iu de ciding the case against tho Amalga mated Glass Workers union hold that tho organization was in restraint of trade and ordered its dissolution on tho ground of public policy American Fleet Leaves Rio lllo do Janeiro To tho booming of guus and the choera of thousands on tho accompanying pleasure craft tile American wnshlps sailed from lllo Janeiro Wednesday afternoon bound for Punta Arenas TO GUARD CROP STATISTICS Giving Them Out In Advance Made Criminal Offense Washington At the close of a day of excitement in tho house of repro sentatives nn amendment was added to tho penal code bill making It a criminal offense for any officer or employe of tho government to give out advance information regarding any crop statistics authorized by law to bo prepared Tho ncccHslay for its adoption was conceded by nearly every member who addressed the house and Its sate running of the gauntlet was greeted with applause Earlier In tho day Interest attached to a tilt between Mr Dalzcll of Pennsylvania and Mr Randell of Texas over tho lntters amendments prohib- Iting senators or members from be ing employed by public sorvlco cot poration Dcllovlng that Mr Hand el I had insinuated that he rcprcsenteJ such corporations at this time Mr Dalzoll grow Indignant and declared that ho had not been employed in such capacity for 20 years The climax of tho debate came when Mr Clark of Missouri announced amid thunderous Democratic applause that William J Bryan would be nominated at tho Denver convention while Mr Houtoll of Illinois aroused the members on his side of the house to a high pitch of enthusiasm by stat ing that Speaker Cannon would be the Republican nominee at Chicago In June EARTHQUAKE IN ITALY Severe Shocks Do Much Damage In Calabrlan Villages Ilegglo dl Calabria A strong earth quake shook this province Thursday No report of loss of life has been re ceived Tho shocks were particular ly severe at tbo villages of Blanco nraucaloone Kruzzano and Ferruz zano Terrified the people rushed from their bouses to tho open fields or took refuge in tho nearby subterran can grottos Lator In the day another shock was experienced considerably more severe than tho first Many buildings were damaged a largo number of houses being rondored uninhabitable The municipal building at Blanco Nuova collapsedNotwithstanding tho intense cold the people are camping In the open The municipal authorities have set up tents in the fields which to some extent will alleviate the sufferings POISONS HER LITTLE SON Woman In Burlington WIs Then At tempts Her Own Life Burlington WisAfter administer- Ing n huge dose of laudanum to her young son Kenneth Mrs George Stet i son drank tho remainder of the vial In an attempt at suicide Friday Tbo boy aged nine Is dead and the woman probably will not survive Since the departure of her husband who went to Little Rock Ark in an attempt to regain his health Mrs Stetson has made her home at the residence of her father Richard Hall Despondency over her financial condo tion and tho continued illness of her husband Is thought to have Induced tho woman to commit tho act Afraid to Test Fire Hole New York Startling testimony to tho effect that tbo hoso used by the Now York fire department had never been tested for fear it would burst was had Wednesday from Flro Commissioner Lantry who was a wltnoet In tho Inquiry concerning defective hoso used In fighting tho fire in the Parker building in which three fire men lost their lives Commissioner Lnntry declared that 41 lengths burst at tho Parker building fire Nevada Police Bill Wins Carson NovThe Nevada police bill passed the senate Friday without n dissenting vote anti went to tho as sembly In the assembly thero Was a test vote on tho union strength A res olutlon was introduced by Mr Vaughan ono of time union mon ash ing that members of the contesting factions at Goldfield bo heard upon livelydebaterotaof 31 to 7 This majority Is oven h n tier than had heed relied upon by Uo supporters of the measure ROUND ABOUT THE STATE dWhat Is Going on In Different dof Kentucky FOR BETTER SCHOOL SYSTEM Wlllson Urges Legislature to Take Drastic Action Frankfort KyCoy Wlllson sub witted to tho legislature his second message devoted entirely to public ichools nnd other educational instltu lolls of the state Ho suggests that his legislature create a commission f which he and tho superintendent of public Instruction should be oxofllclo jicmben to look Into the educational renditions of the state and bo pro pored 10 mnko the necessary roeotn nendatlons to time next legislature for jotter pay for teachers better school facilities and longer terms Ho sag tests that ono county school superin tendent one city school supcrlntand mt the president of a state university ho president of a normal school and no woman from the Federation of IVomons clubs together with at least lie republican member of both ranches of the legislature be selected to cooperate with tho democratic ncmbers of the commission to study ho school question and make the roe jmincndatlons needed to lift tho ichools of Kentucky to n piano equal o any of tho schools of tho United States Ho also suggested that tho old sys em of county school trustees be done sway with and that the trustees of ho state college which will become ho state university bo equally divid ed between the democrats and the re ubllcans JOINT BALLOT FOR SENATOR Will Be Taken But Indications Point To Same Result Frankfort Kyrho Senate and louse again voted separately for sea itor and the total vote was as follows Bcckham 65 Bradley 63 scattering l Senator Campbell voted for J Co 8 Blackburn and Representative Lillard rotcd for James D McCreary A Joint Ballot will bo taken nnd all Indications ire that the result will be about the tame Tho Ucckham men insisted on voting n joint ballot for senator following a rote in separate ballot but the RepubL- Ican and antlBeckham men blocked his by forcing an adjournment On this vote a tie resulted but time Lieu tenant Governor voted In favor of ad ourcRicnt Would Cut Wages Louisville ICyAs the result of u meeting hold here by coal operators if Western Kentucky miners In thoio acIds will be asked to accept a cut for no year Some tine ago this was tried and tho workers agreed to knock 3ft 12Y per cent from the wago scale Tbo same proposition will be submitted this year but n strike Is feared Operators say they are overstocked Kith coaL Rules For the Child Frankfort KTho court of appeals was decided In tho caso of AlvIn Julius stein who seeks tho estate of tho Into Charles Stein his father that nl hough a child horn out of wedlock In i foreign country may be considered legitimate there it is legitimate lucre f the parents have wedded and drought it to this country nnd rccog ilzod it as their child 50 Per Acre Tax Proposed Frankfort KyIf the bill Intro luccd by Senator Brown of Gallatln ounty becomes a law at once there ivlll bo no tobacco grown this year Tho bill provides that any grower shall obtain n license from the county Ierk before ho can ralso any tobacco this year and the price of the license s fixed at 50 per aero for each acre proposed to bo grown Boys Held For Murder Loulavllle Ky Hiram Troscll and lrch Lowls white boys were hed to ho grand jury for tho murder of Isaac Felker Felker was found dying on ho sidewalk Christmas morning The joys confessed tho murder saying heir motive was robbery Deaths Exceed Births Covington KyIn his annual report Health Officer Drinker shows an ox teas of deaths over births in this city n 1907 of 164 This is a reversal of atloa of former years when the birch atp was about 10 per cent greater To Reduce Working Force Barbourftvlllc Ky Practically nil ho big coal companies in this torrl ory havo ordered a reduction in work jig force This is the result of the allroad companies being stocked up with no storage facilities Killed By a Deputy HIckman Ky Frank Conloy charg nl with bootlegging was shot and tilled by J A Rogers a sheriffs don ity It is alleged ho was resisting ar emit Judge Holt Appointed Frankfort KyGov Willson all pointed Judge William H Holt of Lou svllle special Judgo of the Henry cir cuit court to try tho case against the American Tobacco Co alleged to bet trust In violation of tho Kentucky statutes Tobacco Barn Is Burned Lexington KyTIlo largo tobacco jam of J P Turner near hero was lurried with 1500 loss Tho tobacco lad Just been delivered to tho Amen au Tobacco Co An explosion wa- seast liofnio lima flra alarm wna oivnn J fc DEADLOCK STILL ON Rumored Bradley Will Withdraw and Help Elect McCreary Frankfort KyThe senatorial dead lock was not brokeh and there seems to be no Immediate prospect of a shUt in votes Tho rumor that more men will desert Beckham is still persistently clr culated and also tho rumor that Brad icy will withdraw and help elect Mo Creary because of Influences at worls in Washington Speaker Gboch who presides over tho joint sessions ruled that a uta Jorlty of a voting quorum could elect a senator and ho would so decide it tho question camo up Tho two houses voted In Joint session In tho senate Bcckhnm 17 votes and Bradley 14 In rccclvOlIJBcckham received 67 votes Icy 64 There was no election McCreary received two votes In the senate nnd two In iho house David W Baird Louisville received ono voto in the house The following bills were offered An act providing for tho shipment of attendants with live stock An act to provide for tho protection of the lives and property of persons traveling and shipping freight upon railroads In the stato of Kentucky- An act to promote tho sheep indur 1I0gRImissioner of agriculture authority to rcgulato tho tobacco industry The state senate referred to tho com mittee on executive affairs the appointment of M II Thatcher to bo stato in spector and examinerdBECKHAM STILL LACKS S VOTES Senatorial Deadlock Settles Down tolTiresome Balloting i Frankfort KTho senatorial dead lock has settled down to n succession of tiresome humdrum ballots with no r JJexcitement except for tho steering committees to keep up with tho pair ing of votes and tho sick and absent ones Bcckham Is still three votes short of election and Bradley is five shy with the six nntlBeckham demo crats holding tho balance of JlowerIThese six can elect Bradley J j4Itother man Another ballot will bo taken Monday- Thoroughbreds Shipped to England Lexington KyTwenty thoroughbred mares and geldings which have been recently purchased in this vicinity by Scott Hudson to fill an order from England were shipped to New York on their why to Liverpool Froia England some of then will bo dlstrll uted to other European countries Tho mares are either barren or havo never been bred and all of time consignments are intended to be used as hunters I New Military Dill Frankfort KyA bill k rcorgmlzeIthe stale militia has been to Gov Willson and Adjt Gen John ston for their approval and it is like ly that it will bo introduced It was pro pared by Cot J Embry Allen of Lex ington and It codifies all of the laws nnd acts of former legislatures neces lar to make the militia of this state conform as yearly as possible to timetrules and regulations of the United States army- Indictment For Harvester Trust Frankfort KyTho Franklin coun ty grand Jury returned an Indlctmen against tho International Harvcsto Co of Milwaukee charging that said company had combined with the Mo Cormick Champion Dccrlng and On borne Cos to regulate and control tho prices on mowers reapers binders and other harvesting machinery Widow Gets Last Cent Winchester KyTho last payment was made on tho 8000 judgment awarded to Mrs Abrella Marcum against James Hargis and Ed dnban as a result of the murder of J It Marcum Due to Interest and other causes It amounted to over 11000 Heavy Increase In Taxation Illckinan KyTllo Fulton county board of equalization raised tho as sensed valuation of the property of this county 73000 Last year the same board raised the valuation Uti 000 making an Increase in tho last two years of 275000 Prominent Physician Dead Hnrrodsburg KyDm William Casperl for many years a prominent physician of Harrodsburg died at his homo at Mttcbellsburg In Boyle county after a few days illness of puma mania Another Trial For Powers Predicted Lexington Ky Word from George town says the petition to bo presented Gov Wlllson asking executive clem ency for Caleb Powers will botha largest ever presented to any governor In the United States Tho impresslqa Is that Powers will bo tried again Jury Disagrees Lexington Ky John Hughes and Clarence Haverly two of the several men Indicted In November on chargesIof illegal registration charged from custody Tim huics fall yd to wap 2 iliy 0 7 1 y eftlfapefefetefof a IIIjj 0 I East Kentucky Correspondence i I News You Get Nowhere Else i o So oorreipondenct pibUibel onleu dined li ton ty the writer Tile um It tot let fsUlcaUc but at in tTldeaco of food faith Write plainly 2 oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeofoaof oaoaofoaOUOfOaOSOUOOfOfo Mountain Life as we Mean to Make it looil llonilfl Ooml llonict Good Church Gool Schools BEREACAPITAL OF THE MOUNTAINS l MADISON COUNTY FAUKISTOWJf Farrlstown Jan 20lUss Eva Simpson had as her guests Sunday eve Misses May Dlcle Della White Maggie Maupln Messrs A J Bax ter D C Bennett and Isaac Maupln Mrs K Smoothers and Mrs Perk Ins of Versalles are visiting Mrs Steve FarrlsMr John Jenkins and Levi Fife of Peytontown passed through Farrlstown Sunday evening i enroute to visit Mr Arthur Jenkins near Berea The Rev T Muller preached here Sunday Several from here are plannlhg to attend church at Peytontown Sunday There Is going to be an entertainment at this placo February 1 All are cordially Invited ESTILL COUNTY WACJEIWVIII1 Vagersvllle Jan 23 Misses Nettle and Nannlo Kldwell are visiting their brother Joe this week Miss Rosa Arvlne and her brother John were tho guests of Fannie and Robert Wagers Saturday night and Sunday Mrs J Q Scrivner and daughter Grace spent Tuesday with Mrs John Kelley Miss Nettle Kldwell was the guest of Miss Maude Park Saturday night and Sunday of last weekMr and Mrs Joo Kidwell spent last Sunday with Mr Kldwells brother Horace and family Mrs Wm Cox who has been sick for so long Is able to be out again There are somo weddings ex pected soon Mr Moto Durbin has moved back to his old home placo near here LOCUST miAKCH Locust Branch Jan 25The Rev C A Van Winkle preached at Beaver Pond Church on January 15 and 16 Wo regret he could not stay longer Mrs Beulah Blcknell and children visited at John A Blcknells on Wed nesday the 22ndlIrs Emma Gol den of Bear Wallow is visiting Mrs Spurlock of this placeJohn A Blck nells children were visiting at H G Blcknells on SaturdayDrummers Welch Wilson and Jackson were here this week all looking for or dersAnderson Cates and H G Blcknell wandered from hero to Cav ander and back In search of cattle They purchased one yoke of oxen Miss Mable Adams of Panola Is vis iting at Dr LandsMr John Hy 1merand Miss Icy B Isaacs were on the 22nd Their many friends join In wishing them success j and happiness D W Gentry will be t ready to start his mill to sawing crossties in a few days Mr Gen try says he will blow the whistle the first tlmeWe are expecting to hear wedding bells ringing on Lo eust Branch soon WArrr TOP I Happytop Jan 17Mr Jas Mur phy of Lynchtown has moved Into j the house recently occupied by Mr Frank Hymer and John Chandler l has his new house completed and has s moved In It and John Hymer moved ofTheti party at John Hymers last Saturday t night Mr June and Miss Talitha 1Logsdon visited Mr O W Arvlnes last Saturday night and SundayTho Rev Sylvester t Wells filled his regular appointment Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs 4 D Logsdon wore the guests of Mr Coleman Farthing and family Saturday night Mr Milfred Murphy and family havo moved Into our vicinity Mr Albert Arvin was the guest of Hiss Talltha Logsdon from Sunday lathl Tuesday Mrs Bottle Tackett Ipent Saturday with her sister Mrs Lydia LogsdonMr C F McGeo has sold his farm to Mr Wm Mil ler Mr McGee Is preparing to go to Rice Station to UoIr and Mrs visitingfvleudskbe little daughter of Mr and Mrs loft Farthing Is very low with pneuI aionla Mr Henry Wlnklir and tam jIq- a ily of Jones Branch moved on Mr Melvin Roses farm last Friday Mr Merrll McGee who has been In Ham ilton Ohio for two years Is back at home R8CKSASTLE COUSTYI- IOCKFORU Rockford Jan 20Mr and Mrs Bertie Parker of Crab Orchard who have been visiting relatives at this placo returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs J M Vaughn visited Mr and Mrs J J Martin Saturday and- SundayAmoroso Sexton of Wlldle was In Scaffold Cane Sunday Vlr glo Martin visited Rcecle Todd Sun day night Bro T P Bryant of Cartersvlllc was elected as pastor to preach for Scaffold Cane church for the year 1905Tho protracted mot Ing at Fair View closed Friday night with two additions Mr J M Dull n is having a barn built this week Mr Alfred Alexander got a very bad kick a few days ago by a mule U S Berry says there Is but one safe mule and that Is a dead oneW C Vlars cut his foot viry badly a few days agoJ W Todd has sold his stock oi goods at tho Moyo stand to II E Bullen for 121500W H Stephens has gone Into tho tie I- nessIt seems as though most every one Is signing for a petition for a pardon for Caleb Powew Mr Wil lard Todd visited his sIster Mrs F M Bullen Saturday night J W Mc Collom lost a fine mulo recently Mr George T Payne was at Rock ford Sunday on business Miss Ber tha Bullen visited Ecrtlo and Bornlco Todd SundayNext Saturday and Sunday Is preaching at Macedonia floors Boone Jan 20 Revival meeting closed at this place Friday night with two additions to tho church The Rev C S Wilson conducted the serv ices assisted by the Rev J W Lam bert Mr Sol Saylor Is slckIIr Nath Welch of Berea was In this vicinity one day last weofc Mr and Mrs Dess Wren went to Conway Sun dayMr and Mrs J H Lambert were guests of Mrs Mattie Wren Sun day James the little son of Mrs Mattie Wren Is slckDr Cornelius of Berea passed thru this vicinity Sun dayMr and Mrs Dave Grant re cently moved to their new homo near this placeMr Charles Oldham of Conway and Miss Nannlo Jones were married ono day last week Wlllio Coyle and sister Talltha who are attending school at Berea visited home folks Saturday and Sunday A D Levett of this place was in Madison county Saturday and Sun day GOOCHLAMD Goochland Jan 25People of Goochland are preparing to build a now church house at Sycamore where the one was recently burnedDr Jones has bought J L Jones farm near Sycamore W M Jones J W Cox and Eller Dooley who are attend ing school at Berea were among homo folks last weekWm Alcorn is going South to Invest In landNed Lakes and family of Evergreen passed thru here Thursday on their way to Be rea Richard WlId Is still hauling amid rain and snow Jim Johnson son of J W Johnson got his leg broke last week by letting it strike a stump while on a wagon Jim Mat Cox was In Berea Friday on bus iness Sanford Isaacs of Evergreen has employment at Jobnctta work ing on the railroad James Garrett Is talking of going to Illinois A few gases of mumps still linger pear Mrs Emma Hensley has been vIs- iting her daughter Aleathea Amyx at Pine GroveTho Rev James Lunsford and Dr Jones attended church at McKee Jackson County Saturday and SundayMr Bert Lunsford of Sycamore called on friends and relatives near Evergreen tho last of tho weckJ W Phillips has accepted a job as traveling salesman for the Miles Shoe Co of old Richmond VaU S Myers the f 4W r G hustling drummer was thru last week on his way to tho mountains OWSLEY COUNTY STUIIOKON Sturgeon Jan 20Tho Rev Mr Culton filled his regular appointment at Rock Springs church on Saturday and SundayMr Carter Mahaffey was the guest of Miss Liza Ambrose Sunday J A Hunter Is teaching a singing school at Oak Grove and Is having splendid success Mr T S Trcadway has been surveying land for Mr It S Wilson Etha the lit tlo daughter of Mr and Mrs H C Brewer has been visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs V S Brewer Wo nro having a splendid winter school at this place with thir ty in attendance It is conducted by S S Wolfe Mr F N Brewer has purchased him a fine mare from his brother Wm Brewer Mr Harlan Brewer and wife visited their father inlaw Mr J II Spence Sunday Mr Spence Is having a now veranda built to his house Mr Frank Lynch says the night rogues have been visiting his corn crib and taken about ten bushels of cornMr Blaine Wilson Is building him n new dwelling house Katie Lynch Is very poor ly with the mumpsMr Lucian Strongs wife is visiting her parents this week Tho road working last Wednesday and Thursday on Island Creek at what Is known as tho Beck nell Hill was very much a success with some fifty five or sixty hands The Rev Albert Bowman preaches at Royal Oak on tho first Saturday and Sunday Mr Ellas Addison and his soninlaw M A Fields are very poorly Mr Jacob Moore entertained a crowd of young folks at Mr W N Hughes Sunday with his guitar and harmonica Among thoso present were Miss Liza Ambrose Miss Maud Hughes Carter Mahaffey Carter Strong and Lucian Brewer Blalno Burch has a very bad felon on his finger- TKAVinUJIlS Ill 5T Travellers nest Jan 17 Robert an Henry Botncr left hero a tow days ago to serve In tho U S nnIJ Creech is now In West Virginia I working In the Interest of the dom Portrait CoW H Venablo subscribed for tho Courier Journal the cltIIzenBotncr and Blge Turner will likely go Into business here the coming spring I Vide Botncr Is having sorno im provement made to her Walker the little son of James YoungI has been sick but Is convnlesccntIS- wlmpfleld Bcglcy Jr and Jesse Botj ner wont to Heldleburg one day this week on business Drummer Griffin was with our merchants Monday We lave a few cases of measles yet Among them ire Clay Mayso and Cyntha Lynch I CLAY COUNTY SKXTWNS tuning I Sextons Creek Jan 21Last night was tho coldest of tho year Rlley j Burch and Blevjns Allen returned Monday from an extended visit on Laurel CroekJ A Hunter and n j H Bowman are in Manchester this I week on business The church at Corinth elected J P ietcalf as pastor for tho ensuing year Narm Size more moved to Cradlebow the first of the week Circuit Court convened at Manchester MondaYSam Saylor I purchased a farm of Daw Cornett u few days ago for 300A now baby at Monroe Chadwolls Jos Nccley of Grayhawk was here on Tuesday and Wednesday Doc Qlsemoros houses burned Monday night of last week Including his meat lard and household furniture Tho Robert Clark Masonic Lodge gave Mr Slse moro 25 to restore part of his loss Ho has also received some personal glftsW N Burch has just comple ted his chicken houseStevo Fields purchased a mulo colt from Robert Lunsford for C5Oeo Hornsby was hurt very badly a few days ago by a stave cut rolling over hlmWU llo Noo Is attending school at Oak Grove this winter Tho school Is con ducted by P M Fryo and D O Wood Jesso Rowlett of Travellers Rest passed thru hero this morning representing tho Interest of Tho Cit- Izen All that read Tho Citizen like It LAUREL COUNTY IOHDOX London Jan 25Robert Lynch has rented a house In London Si las Bingham made a trip to Lon Ion last week Mrs Molllo Spradlen was visiting S D Rices this peek- S II Lambert Is talking of visit Ing his parents in Tennessee soon Mrs Mary Jostlco visited Mrs Margaret Rico last weekMrs Mary E Lambert who has been sick for three months and Is no bettor has moved Into tho house with her pa rentsMr S D Rice Is talking of visiting friends and relative J a near Ethel next weekS H Lambert and R G Rico are working for Mr Herzlg this weekMrs Mary Jes tlco Is visiting Mrs Mary Lambert very often whllo she Is sick Mrs Jestico Is a fine hand to wait on tho slckMrs Bcttlo Ford of Arteraous has been visiting her sister Marga ret RlceIr Rlllcy Jcstlco has had a good deal of sickness In his faintly for tho last few weeks Mr S H Lambert attended prayer services at tho jail house at London Sunday last GRIT Grit Jan 20Mr C O Coronett Is very low with consumption and not expected to llveThe Rev Moo srs Ashes Jones and Brock are hold- Ing n series of meetings at Provi dence Tho singing at Rough Creek church conducted by Professor J C Jones Is a successMr J B John son left on January 10 for Georgia where ho has accepted a position as teacher Mr and Mrs John Hub bard of Crawford wore visiting C S Coronett Sunday Mr Charley Day Is erecting a new masonic hall near old Providence churchThe Rev Joo Fairchild preached at Mt Salem Sat urday and Sunday nand went from there to Clay County on a preaching tourMrs Emily Brock has been seriously 111 for the past week but Is Improving JACKSON COUNTY OLIN Olin Jan lThero Is no excuse for a working man to be Idle as the pretty weather still continues Dan Mcdlock who has been very poorly with la grippe Is better John Hur ley has got him a nlco new ground clearedFrank Moore has had a well drilled There Is a protracted meeting going on at Friendship church this week conducted by lire Pearl Hacker and others Wo learn 6ifYrJ 1 Absolutely Pure ii t fIFrom Grapes ffV the most healthful Myw of fruits comes the chief ingredient of I eQ9S a a ROYAL there have been several conversions Tho ordinance of baptlim will be at tended at liloomlng Orovo Church at tho next regular meeting time It be ing the first Saturday In February Neal Moore has moved his well drill to Bailey SlmpsonsC N Stewart C ntlnur4 nSiith rsgrl BAKINi POWDE tjronly baking powder made from RoyalJ Grape Creamtof Tartarea IIorn FREE Ccluloid Plates Repaired DR HOBSONDENTIST KyI t nnu BARGAINSF- OR OUR OLD SUBSCRIBERS OUR BEST BARGAIN ISITHE CITIZEN A paper that gives you more than the worth of your money and in growing bettor nil tho UmotYou know what a good paper you have been getting You can get others as cheap but either they are not as good or they are not made for the mountains or they dODO give as much Just look at a few of the things we are giving you now NEWSall the nena of the world of thin country and of thtlIstale that in worth reading All the news of the mountains that we can get and moro than say paper gives All the nwe of dozens of mountain towns where correspondents write to us every little while CATTLEAll ttie latent cattle prices also the prices on tics and tanbark and spokes etc FARM HINTSA a good column and sometimes more of hints that will help in the work on the I farm HOME 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