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PHES I DENT S- 13EIZE X JeeoeoooeQooeoti IINoonroJtATIIU o- o STANLEY FROST Maaagst S O 0 NkrrdaIUelonTNyatteaad SC o 0 0 o O OMOSO SoiotloSOSOMCOr I Vol X Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY DECEMBER 3 1908 One Dollar a year No 23 I NEWS Of THE WEEK Wreck and Accidents Cause Hund reds of Dssths Bryan Has Narrow Escape Rebels Win In Haytl Cattle Quarantined 700 DROWNED About coven hun dred persons were drowned by the colllson and sinking of two eteamers Rear CheoFoo China on Monday STEAMER SINKS The sinking of a coast wls i steamer in a storm in the 1hllllpplnca caused the drowa lug of about a hundred people The hoapltal ship Relief of the U B Navy was nearly wrecked In the same storm EXPLOSION KILLS 1I10ouo bun dred and bitty miners all Americana were killed by an explosion In a coal mice at Marlnna Ieun last Saturday Every man In the mine was I killed but cno 123 BURNED TO DEATH The i sardlula1WIUIWednesday and 123 of her passangeri i and crow wore burned to death The crew did Its duty nobly and won great applause for rte heroism I TOUR DROWN IN HARBOR hour people were drowned In New YorU Harbor Thanksgiving Day when a email pasaangcr boat was run down by a big freighter There was a fog which made it hard for omall boats to find all the drowning men URYAN SAVEDrW J Bryan wt Is In Mexico oa a pleasure trip narrowly escaped being killed by a I bear he was hunting a row days ago The bear attacked him and friends shot the animal just in time REBELS WINNING There are a number of little Republics In South America and the islands around ItI whore tho usual way of holding an el eItlmcadont For the last two weeks such a revolution hai been going on InI Hsytl a country BO small that ill would just about make six Kentucky counties The rebels begin gathering Mimn dlstanco from the capital and beat the government troops Now they are marching on the capital which Is n city of camo wealth and are likely to loot It and do a lot of damage The rebel leader Is Gen Simon and ho will probably bo tho next president CATTLE QUARANTINE An out break of the foot and mouth disease among the cattle of Michigan has caused both Illinois and Canada to Is sue orders that no cattle come from that state Tho disease Is even at tacking some people and there ir danger of great lose to farmers BRYAN MAY OUT THBIIE Thert IK hope for Bryan In 1896 ho got 149 electoral votes Ic 1900 ho got IK electoral vole This year to gets surely 159 electoral votes This shows n gain of tcr electoral votes In the three campaign or n Ruin of three and onehalt for each than at the bat If ho continues to gain at the same rate la succeeding campaigns ho will have a majority of the electoral vote In 200SI1L which tlmo ho will bo 148 years oldNow York O1obaI AMERICAN BEATENThe long dispute orsr who outfit to have won tho Marathon 26 mile running taco matt summer has been settled by a contest between tho first two mon Doramlo an Italian and Hays an Amcrlran In tho worldn race Do rando tainted away and Hayes was declared winner hat this tlmo Doran do beat Hayes by about CO yards Thoy ran tho distance In about ten minutes less than last summer THREE LYNCHED A mob In Union City Tenn waited calmly for a judgo and jury to convict three negroes of murder last week then took the negroes out and hung them DANGER IN INDIA There Ic In creasing danger of a revolt of Eng lands Indian col u where the great Sepoy RcboMlor t X placo hall a century ago Tho natives want to rule themselves and aro being stirred up by demagogues Thero are many attacks on Englishmen and troops are kept ready for trouble CASTRO SICKPres Castro of Venexuleln who has been making BO much trouble for tho big governments has finally had to go to Germany for an operation Thoro Is reason to believe that be will never come back NAVY ALL RIGHT At a recent meeting of American Naval officers letters were read from Admiral Dewey and other officers in which they said the attacks on the American Navy wero not justified and that the navy Is ship for ship aa good as any In the world and all the boats were made as well or bettor than others built at the carne date Continued on Fourth rae OFFICE A KY THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People JUDGES RACE News From the District Qolden and Lewis in Close Conference Lewi Loosing Ground at McKeeLetter From Wellknown Citizen Manchester Nov 29Wm Lewis made several speeches in tho southern part of this county last week and on Friday wan met by U II Golden can dilate for Commonwealths attorney at this place and after talking to gether several tlmeo during the evening they at night met tho home of Jas F Marcum who ItI Lewis manager In tills County remained In close consultlon for some tlmeThe people are talking very strong and saying Faulkner Is the oughtiMcKee Nov 28The largest crowd ever seen In McKee gathered here yesterday to cheer Caleb Powers and hear his speech The crowd was far too great to get into tho court room and ho spoke from a wagon outside Ho attacked lien Golden and declared that ho would vote for Cloyd It was unfortunate that there was a good deal of whiskey In the crowd Lewist ItIlebefore and not much on election day The drift to Faulkner showed itself stro gly and several good cftfzcni who had been for Lewis changed square over when they saw how things were going Kerby Knob Nov 24 1908 To Tho Citizen Dcrca Ky May I say a few words thru your jwpcr knowing HUt it reaches a groat many voters In thin our Judlca district o Voters wv aro just on the evo of one of tho moat important primary I elections wo have had In the country ClrII Personally I have nothing against Mr Lewis I think hos made a rcoa on ably good attorney but I do know Judge Faulkner has mado Ufo best Judgo we have had In twentytlvi years Voters you all know tho condition this country was In at tho time Faulkner came Into office Mon were riding over tho country whipping and Intimidating Its citizens and Judge Faulkner more fearlessly than any other man said tho law must be sup reme and ho went to work to put- down all forms of lawlessness Friends you all know hoT different It Is to- go on tho streets of McKee or In the Court louse now to what It was be fore ho came into office While I dont say Faulkner did It nil I do say he did more than any other ono moan In bringing about tho better con dition of things and I have yet to meet tin first man to say ho has not made the best Judge wo have had In years Some few will say ho has boon too rigid but wo must not expect perfection in ono man And It ho has been a little ocvcro In a tow oases It took slernuoua work to brIng about our present conditions Friends our laws generally are good enough If enforced and that Is what we elect officers for Now why do we want to make a mistake to risk the chango at this time Some will say Oh well Lewis will make a good Judge Ho may wo dont know Faulkner wo know has I Now while I dont say that there are no good lawabiding citizens for Lewis and that all those who have things against them In court arc for LevIs I do say that the majority of the latter class Is for Mr Lewis and I dont think wo aro perfect enough but that our friends have some In fluence over us Now follow cltlzcno In canting our votes woo arolaylhg a foundation for great good or harm Let us weigh this matter well and when wo cait our votes In this election let us do tho thing that will bo best for us Ip tho future On tho spur of tho mo mont voters of our country may do a very wrong thing but when they are educated up to a thinking point they generally go right and I believe they will tills time for I am sure the election will bo quite different from what It would have been two months back I have hoard numbers of our citizens say that they had little feel Ings In the contest until they eaw how the line was beginning to be drawn then they could not do other than vote for Faulkner I believe Continued on Fourth reseJ HONOR KENTUCKYS SOLDIER BOYS I One of the few bright spots which shine out of tho disgrace and evil of lawlessnvss brought about by tbe tobacco war is tho conduct of the states citizen soldiery sent to tbe alluded districts to keepor del The work was the hardest kind and the poor laws under which the men worked and their small number made it doubly bard for them to avoid conflicts with the civil authorities Not one of tbe men and they are mostly young men who have done this work will re ceive anything much in money or office or honor for what has been done and they have to stand much abuse Yet in all the mouths there have been no complaints of the action of the soldiers and no sign that they have anywhere failed in doing their duty just because it was their duty Kentucky has every reason to be proud of these young men and the mountains have reason to be proud that some of best and most efficient of the men came from the bill country Dont forget to go to tbe educational campaign rally nearest your homo and when it is over dont forget to do the best you canto see that your district school is up to the best standards and that every child in the district is making tbe best possible use of their opportunities Money invested in education is put where it will do the most good and where it cannot be lost or stolen Winter Is the time for farmers to overhaul their machinery and harness and gearing and see that it will be in good shape so they will not lose any time when the spring opens up If the grape vines have not been pruned now is the time to do it the cracks in the barn will save several bushels of feed Slopingfor and stock during the cold weather that is coming And keep cheerful A smile every little while will make life better worth living for yourself and the people that have to live with i you Read tho article in another column on the Red Cross Christmas stamp then do your share to help stamp out consumption i NOTES ON THE JUDGES RACE Now that you think it over has Lewis really made any serious charges against Faulkner except that he drinks and plays cards in private And what Is to prevent the eame charge being made against any man on earth f Even Lewiss supporters admit he drinks too much but they say he in a better man than Faulkner because he does not pretend to keep sober No one has even seen Faulkner unable to do his duty and it in no virtue not to deny what everydody knows Anyway Lewis tried hard to act like a temperance man when the campaign started Two Jackson County men were talking over the election the other day and one of them seas giving all the usual arguments for Lewis The other showed him up on all of them but still the Lewis man hold out Finally the other fellow said Now look here Tom you know you Bud your brothers are always getting into trouble and you can always get Lewis to let you off easy Isnt that ROY The Lewis man grinned Well we need a man we can handle ho said Any citizen that wants n man that lawviolators can handle certainly ought not to voto for Faulkner IN WASHINGTON Cannon Comes to Town Tariff Still Chief Interest Taft May Fight Cannon over It New Japanese Treaty Hitchcocks New Work Campaign Funds Washington D C November 30 1908 The lIon Joseph G Cannon commonly called Uncle Joe Speaker of tho hours of Representatives came to Washington Tuesday and aroused tho legislative end of the city near tho Capitol His first set was to I send to tho papers a statement that- i he Intends to bo honest and thorough I In revising the tariff to suit tho pee i Pie Mr Cannon Is not only tho Speaker- of the House but Is Its boss as well Ho has used his power to prevent tho passing of laws which j President Roosevelt wanted He ap points all the committees and no bills como before Congress which are not reported by committees Soho controls the House absolutely I Now Mr Taft Is very anxious for honest thrift legislation so he may I try to have some other man elected Speaker In order that Congress may I cooperate to some extent with him iUnclo Joe declares that ho Will I not hinder a real change In tariff tax cs Ills opponents point out that when ho Is onco elected ho can de j cide for hlmoelf what fairness and I thoroughness ct revision aro and can snap his fingers at the President Things look just now as If Cannon i wore not going to make oven a pro tense of purifying tho tariff Tho men ho has put in control ot tho Ways land Meana Committee Serena Payne Pittsburgihigh as the present onoIIan During the past week the steel and leather men como to Washington to appear before the Committee Tho I steel men admitted that they can I make steel just as cheaply as foreign I Irs and so foreignmade steel ought not to have to pay a thrift While our steelmakers wore learning how to make steel cheaply we made foreigners pay so that they would have to charge as much as our steelmakers and tho latter could stay In business Wo paid more for our steel than if wo had let tho foreign steel in free lint now American steel makers do not need the protection of the tariff and if this tax Is taken off we win not have to pay so much for plows trees axes knives and all arUtJes which are made of steel The same thing Is true of leather The American leather producers would never have been able to make a start If they had been forced at tho Tory beginning to sell their goods cheaply because there were cheap foreign made goods here But the hearings showed that now our leather and our shoes aro made as cheaply as any where Therefore tho tax on foreign loather and shoes should be taken oft and we will not have to pay so much for our shoes if Mr Taft succeeds In compelling1 Uncle Joe to bo fair and honest in changing tho tariff But Cannon has been in power so long that ho has put many men un der obligation to him and ho Is so strong that no one Is willing to take tho risk of being a candidate for Speaker His present term lasts un til March 4 1900 then the House will elect another Speaker or Mr Cannon again It Cannon keeps on making appointments of tho right sort be tween now and then it will be almost impossible to defeat him Among tho men who are mentioned as cari dldatcs to opnoss Jlrncle 100 are Walter I Smith of Iowa Fred C Stevens of Minnesota Charles E Townsend of Michigan and Mr Cooper of Wisconsin Mr Taft was visited last week at hut Springs where ho is resting by Frank II Hitchcock who managed hU campaign Ho offered Mr Hitchcock the place of Postmaster General otter next March and Mr Hitchcock accept ed Mr UUchcock Is admitted by everyone to bo a first class man for the place and jusl tho one who will bo needed to put In operation time postal savings banks and parcel post schemes which aro expected But moro Important just now Is the fact that Hitchcock will be Mr Tafts political manager Ho has como up to Washington now to seo how many congressmen aro willing to fight Uncle Joe It Hitchcock can find con gressmen enough who are willing to go Into a fight against the socalled Cannon crowd or machine he will advise Mr Taft to try to have a Speaker elected who will be decent ly friendly Perhaps the rules of the House can be changed so that the Speaker will pot have the power to appoint all the I committees Representative Gardner of Massachusetts has a plan for hav the Committee on Rules elected lIng the House Then this Rules Com could change things so that the Speaker would have less power The most Important thing this Continued on fourth Fife 1 IN OUR OWN STATE Booe Confesse Boom for LeBus for Governor Laurel County Feud Breaks Out Danger of Typhoid Fever all over the State New Knox Oil Gusher BODE CONFESSES It is announced that Judgo boo who was arrest ed for stealing from the state will make no defence but accept what over sentence the judge cares to ImposeLEBUS FOR GOVERNOR A movement has been started by tobacco men to run Clarence LeBus President of the tobacco society for governor He Is a Republican but supported Democratic candidates for congress men who were In favor of tho grower and his friends think ho would get enough Democratic votes to elect him OLD FEUD OPENEDLondon Ky Nov 30As a result of a revival of the feud between relatives of tho Whltakcr Mlze and Barnes families another doublo tragedy has been enacted In tho killing of William Maret Barnes a farmer fifty years old and Mrs Ellen Taylor who was a Barnes aged thirtytwo years The slayer ot Barnes Is alleged to be William Tyreo Robert Barnes a cousin of William Maret Barnes killed Mrs Taylor Tho shooting1 occured yesterday near the Bunch Postofflce not far from the Pulaskl county line Louisville Herald TYPHOID DANGER Epidemics of typhoid fever aro being retorted from all parts of the state and Pres J S Matthews of the State Board of Health has sent out warning that the recent rains have not been enough to drive the danger away He de clares that it Is a crime for any person to have typhoid fever now lie cause any one can keep well by seeing that they drink only pure water and milk KNOX COUNTY GUSHER The discovery of an oil gusher at Hymlar Knox County seems likely to roylve iONLYare now only four counties left In Ken tucky that are entirely wet These are Kenton Campbell Jefferson and Nelson Twentyono counties are partly each way ninetythree are en tirely dry and ono Is contested MAY CONTEST ELECTION ous charges of fraud are being made In the Third Congressional District and It Is likely that Dr A D James the Republican candidate will contest tho election of R Y Thomas whose majority on tho face of the returns Is only a few hundred One of the charges Is that the negroes wero warn ed to keep away from the polls In Nelson County- FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Th state football championship has gone to State University which beat Cen tral 400 last week Bcrea stands thirdREFORM IN JACKSON The town of Jackson In Breathltt has at last wearied of Its reputation and a Civic Morality League was formed there Thanksgiving day to bring the pres sure of public opinion to bear for law and order RESOLUTIONS September Whereas on the 18th ot last Comrade Hiram Young of Drip Hock Jackson County departed this life therefore ResolvedThat this solemn event we are again reminded of tho fleeting nature of all earthly affairs and of tho rapidly approaching time when our ranks must bo broken up ResolvedThat tho distance of Comrade Youngs homo from our Headquarters has prevented his regular attendance at our regular meetings and while most of us havo had little opportunity for making his personal acquaintance yet wo have como to regard him as a true and worthy comrade and wo hereby place upon record our apprecia tion of his personal worth as a true soldier and good ctlzen ResolvedThat of these resolutions be sent to tho immediate family of tho deceased comrade and also furnished to The Citizen for publication- S Q Lombart Chairman L V Dodge M J Cabbard The preservation of the flesh of the mammoth for ages In Siberia Is not remarkable In moat northern districts of that country ground never thaws beyond n depth of two or three feet Bodies of men burled 200 years have been examined and found unchanged bebg frozen perfectly solid L t H P on is i o niu 0 o The Citizen Is Growing Rap o- g Idly Let Your Business im Keep Pace With It By Adver g oSTHINGS TO THINK OF What a mighty reformation we would Witness through the land If the masses and the classes coul4be Made to understand That he wins at least one sinner from Dtsboncsy and pelf Who will let alone his neighbor ands Just practice on himself Let your conversation be M becom eth the Gospel of Christ PhlL It 27 No work done truly No good word earnestly spoken No sacrifice freely made Was over in vain r To ease anothers heartache is to f forget onea ownA Lincoln Duty done and happiness are in seperable MY MORNING THOUGHTS I thank thee Lord for having kept My soul and body while I slept I pray thee Lord that through this day In all I do and think and say I may be kept from harm and sIn and made both pure and good within I Life Is a struggle Life Is a conflict But by the grace of God We can make It a victory Good and evil mean the same ae truth and untruth Do nothing In a hurry 7 Do what comes to you cheerfully and well A SMILEA WORD A TOUCH A sml1ea word a touch And each is easily given Yet either may win A soul from sin Or smooth the way to heaven A smile may lighten the failing heart A word may soften pains keenest dart A touchtamy us from sin apart How easily either Is given The ProdigalB- y Byron Williams detfVnpowTheAnd now the wind methodical to Mrtrllne an an underiiiw Hut In ron llRhtnl cottage there An anxious mother bowed with care Awaits her buy the lrUdlgallf Mi Ions at fall of lonely night UHI mother trimmed und lit her light And bowIng low her Fwd In prayer HM prayed that Qod will gu3a him right UM preyed for faith divined grace That shl 0t all look upon Ills tace All twig she prays and watches there O prodigal upon the sea Upon the land or where yo be A mother light lit trimmed for you That you the homeward path may see Tten go to her nor reek the cost Before her faith In you la lost slut off the chain Break throvgh- Crstde the burning light to pray Tho kneels nt elorinar of the day With fears day tarn of adverse Fate And kneeling wtip alone alwayl Ah pio llgnl go home tonight On home no matter what the fight Tomorrowmay be just too late i A father started for his office early one mornlus after a light fallfcf snow Turning he saw his threeyear old boy endeavoring to put his tiny fcqt in bio owu great footprints The llttla fellow shouted Go on Papa Iso comin ylght1n your tracks to The father caught tho baby darling In his arms and carried him to his mother and started main to his office lila habit had been to stop on his way at a tavern for a glace of liquor As he stood oa the thres hoW of tbo saloon he seemed to hear a sweet voice say Go on leo coala ylghtln your tracks He stopped he hesitated he looked the future squaiely la the face I cannot affqrd tc make any tracks I would be ashamed to have my boy walk In he said decidcly and turned away Exchange I MISS LETITIAS WAY IIIea By OLIVE WINSTON GAGE Copyright Ford Pub Co I would like to know to whom Miss I Letitm will give that beautiful pinkish mauvo crepo do chine mused Betty Cleaveland she was still called Betty by most people who know her and secretly sho liked the abbreviation better than the real name Elizabeth Last year she gave Molly a beautl ful church and street tailored dress and this year sho has ordered from that perfectly exquisite visiting and reception dress and ono of us will get It but which one Miss Lo tltlas an old dear and sho says it Is her way of Indulging her lovo for tells her Is too juvenile for her though ohes hand some enough to wear anything I hope I will bo the fortunate one this year Betty dimpled and blushed I do hope BO naively I had as well ask dad dy for tho moon as for a hand om broidered crepe trimmed with ounces of tho finest point lace and hat gloves stockings and slippers to match and lingerie hand made a princess might be glad to wear I do want that dress dreadfully but I will trymoro slowlyto re jolce for the ono that gets it Tracy loves that colorono never does know what decides Miss Letitia in favor of the girl she is playing fairy godmother toI do hope It will be me Betty Is a dainty southern maiden of the thoroughbred type colored like a moss rose and distracting enough to reduce a dozen swains to despair She with half a dozen other girls met at Miss Letitias onco a week to tako lessons In fine sowing from that handsome spinster- In her trim walking skirt and pink shirtwaist of soft tucked china silk Betty looked most captivating and so Tracy Dunlop told her as they walked toward Miss Letltlas hand some homei- Vo will never have another misun derstanding Tracy Betty assured him fOr tho hundredth time and while I HI Got It You Seel Tracy might be skeptical he knew hIs lady too well to express doubt so soon after being restored to favor- I hope not Dotty think Miss Le Utla might let a fellow come and see your charmed circle I say isnt she handsome for an old girl You mustnt speak so of her Tracy ehe is our godmother you know Did you know I am making Dltties boy his first short clothes You nhould see him hos such a fine fellow j I think Miss Letitias a brick must you go in cant I go to tho door with you he entreated as they paused at thegateNo said Betty obdurately Then wait a momentyou do care for me a little dont you sweetheart Yes when you are a good boy and with that shaft she sped up the walk to join Miss Letltla and her flock already assembled in tho spacious airy sitting room Miss Letitia Houghton was a hand ftyflvesplendid head bC silvery hair very becoming to her rosy checks and bright sumptuouspoint lace made her look like a chatelaine of an ancient castle surrounded by her maidens The resemblance was further enhanced by tho carved chair in which she sat enthroned as it were wouldttheydidto commend themselves to her they byrprompt attendance so they were to tally in the dark Laggard Betty exclaimed Miss Lo tlUa playfully enjoying as she al ways did tho girls fresh bloom Luncheon will be ready In half an hour or so make up for lost time Ratty thoto handrun tucks feather stitched aro beautifully done You see Tracy tagged along and when nos with you tho distance is much farther you get Jo chatting knowf dear I know I havo been youngWhen I am coming to these highly I prized lessons my feet are winged murmured the correct Myra aazyrr Yes observed Miss Letitia with a quick glanco from her gold rlmmed glasses nt the quiet figure you were never five minutes lato at an appoint ment In your life Myra Her white jeweled hand rested on Bettys curly dark brown head En couraged by that she thought was high praise tho correct Myra proceed ed to give her friends a highly moral lesson Jane r was so sorry to hear what I heard today- I do not know what you mean replied Jane Why that your brother you know people talk so muehI heard he had been wild at college and your father had sent for him to come home Brother has been studying too hard and papa took him from college said Jano Pegram Really incredulously then the story of high playing wasnt true Lu cia I hopo your father wasnt very angry at your being out driving so lato last night A shaft broke and detained us but I had been homo an hour when you drove by with Luther Awkwrlght There was general laughter at this thrust and tho correct Myra was covered with confusion a moment then she said Mr Awkwrlght took me to see one of my poor girls who wasnt well Luther Awkwrlght paying visits to that kind ejaculated Deborah none believed Myra Judge notwo know tho rest Bet ty why did Tracy leavo his place so suddenly Is It true he was die missedThe 1 face of every girl was flaming and Miss Letitia spoke with author- Ity Children do not recriminate let your needles fly but dont handle any other sharp things Myra learn charity before you preach it Betty trust that Tracy has a good reason for giving up his place- I do Miss Letltla We will go to luncheon Put up your work A week later a vision in pinkish mauve and lace danced into the Cleaveland drawing room and as Tracy caught the girlish form in his arms Betty exclaimed breathlessly I got it you eec tho dress I told you about Tracy earnestly Im so glad youve a place on Mr Brown lags editorial staff Yes dearest that is vindication enough from my late employir I have a written statement that my discharge was for nothing derogatory I was sure of that Isnt my dress lovely Look at Jt sir and not at me Its beautiful but not Lair BO beautiful as Its wearer Miss Letitia sent each girl a hand somely bound copy of The School for Scandal Inclosed In a large box Shell make the application or shes not as quick ac I thought her girlish follies I can condone but pru dery and spite in a girl not 22 I have no patience with Hore comes Betty In her crepe with that fellow Tracy All well who can say an old maid Is lonely when sho has young friends to mother and give a dot to on their marriage Como in to your godmother children At the Breakfast Table The young wife dipped the ladle Into the porridge and smiled inquiring ly at tho overnight guest Will you havo some hot Scotch Mr Dash she asked Dash laughedIHot Scotch Where Is IU said he Why here of course said tho young wife In a perplexed tone Didnt you know that oatmeal Is called hot Scotch ErI Dash stammered and then the young husband caught his eye and he was silent- I didnt know it myself till last year she explained I beard George inviting his cousin over the telephone to meet him at the offlco and have a hot Scotch I didnt know what hot Scotch was till you told me did I GeorgeGeorge very red answered huskily No my dear- Laughing at hot own Ignorance the lady proceeded to serve the thick pale hot Scotch Ancestors of Present Foxes K Toldt of Vienna has produced what he and others regard as virtually conclusive evidence that foxes are descended from ancestors whose bodies were clothed with horny scales like those of tho pangolins or scaly ant eaters This evidence Is based upon the examination of the skins of young foxes and depends not only upon the arrangement of the hairs but upon the fact that the skin itself exhibits a structure such rls would be shown by that of a pangolin after the removal of the scales Warned by the Beacon The bachelor and the bcnedlci were wending homeward their weary way Ah you lucky married man sighed the bachelor Think of having a hearthstone a real home a waiting intheGracious So there in muttered the benedict Well theres only one theclubStray GOOD PEN IN WHICH TO KEEP THE BULL Arrangement Which Obviates Necessity of Going Into the Stall of the Animal I The Bull PenIIn tho Illustrations accompanying this article we show the elevation and ground plan of the building and yard In which the herd bull on the Hoards Dairyman farm Is kept It does not tako much explaining to indicate how the animal Is handled and fed in such a place Everything Is so arranged that It Is I Ground Plan Bull Pen not necessary for a man to go Into from his pen the runway raises up tho stall with the bull From tho feed room the feed Is put Into the feeding trough and slid through the partition into his stall lIe Is watered In tho uu uuuuu Quality of Grass The Illustration herewith shown Is of Stink Grate scientifically known as eragrostls multiflora It Is sometimes called candy grass It Is a na tive of the old world has now be come naturalized In many parts of the United States The grass Is coarse and weedy and hIS such a disagree able odor when fresh that animals do not relish It On drying tho grass MAGNITUDE OF INDUSTRY The cleaninllk problem Is a vital one affecting tho production and consumption of 9000000000 gallons In tho United States per year being an an nual supply of over 100 gallons for every man woman and child In the country This amount affords 11 quarts a day for every individual which includes the milk used In ma king butter and cheese The rctual amount of whole milk consumed each day averages about 65 of a pint for every Individual Tho valuo of this product for a year at retail is the startling sum of 2500000000 This samo manner Tho door which leads when opened and this Is done by a pulley and a rope Tho pulley Is attached to tho pock of tho barn above tho doorway and tho rope attached to tho door extends to It and to tho feel room whore tho door may be opened orclosedTho between the breeding pcn and runway Is always kept closed ci of the to but copt when It is opened to let the bull Into this place Tho cow Is led In before this Is done and tho man steps out before letting the bull enter Tho hay Is stored above uuuuu the feed room and bull stall The StinK DAIRY loses this odor and the hay Is more palatable As It Is an annuallt Is easily killed out If It It not wanted The airdried plant car rles about 13 per cent protein and has a nitrogen content of about 215 This should mako a valuable feed but It Is nut largely used at the present time Is about onefiftieth of the enter wealth of tho nation five times the wholesale valuo of last years wheat crop nearly twice the value of the corn crop and over onethird of the entire value of farm products for 1907 which is estimated at 7400000000 The wholesale value of dairy product last year was estimated at 800000 000 which would allow a price of lest than ten cents a gallon for milk at the dairy An average retail price ol seven cents a quart was assumed whtch Is probably a little below the average price The best ration for laying hens according to experiments is about one to four or one part of protein to foul parts of carbonaceous foods IA ann NNi DIGNIFIED IN NAME HAVE BEEN THE MISTRESSES OF THE WHITE HOUSE Out One Woman Has Had High Honor of Delng the Wife of One and the Mother of Another President Panic IB fleeting enough in tho case of men but when It comes to women the goddctia la twice as fickle Almost any public school pupil more than ten years old cnn repeat the names of the presidents of the United States but how many know tho presidents wives Doubtless 90 per cent of tho adult population Is unablo to namo off hand moro than a half dozen women whoso husbands occupied tho While HouseEverybody knows Martha Washing ton was Mrs Custls when sho was married to tho Hither of Ills Country but how nany remember her maiden name was DandrlduoT There are dozens of families throughout the coun try which It heraldry obtain In Amer- Ica would be entitled to emblazon tho nations shield on their cont of arms by reason of having boon connected with presidents through their ances tresses They represent the names of Dandrldgu Custls Smith WaylM Skrlton Payne Todd Kortwrlgbt Johnson Donelson Uobards lives Symmos Christian Gardlnor Chll dro s Towers Carmichael Mclntosh Appleton McCardle Dent Webb Ito dolph Herndon Folsom Scott Lord Dlinmlck Saxon Leo and Crow And those nro only named of pros dents wives The mothers of the WlUlhlnglon sett Armlstead Knox Stroller Mil lard Kenrtrlcks Speer Honks McDon ough Simpson Blrchard Dallou Store Neal Irwin Allison and Bui lock Only one woman had the honor of being both the wife and the mother of presidents She was Abigail Smith who was married to John Adams the second president and whose son John Quincy Adams became tho sixth president Another woman Kllza both Hawett was wlfo and grand mother of presidents Ilex husband was William Henry Harrison ninth occupant of the White House her grandson Bbnjamln Harrison tho twentythird In lino That all tho presidents have been dignified men from their early years Is shown by tho Christian names of their holpmeots Among the wives of the presidents there never has MOO d Flossie a lUbette a TeMle a Kitty nor oven a Gwendolyn Hortonso or Mabel The only woman whose given name approached frivolity was Dolly Madison and she no doubt was chris tened Dorothy or Dorothea unless a mistake was made at the baptismal font There were two Marthas and na many Abigail Carolines Marys Ellzas and Julias Tho other presidents wives have been respectively Dolly Louisa Rachel Hannah Anna Letltlft Sarah Margaret Jane Lucy Lucrotla Ellen Frances Ida Allco and Edith Equally staid were tbo names of tho presidents mothers There have been two each of Jane Rllza Anna and Nancy three Marys and four Elizabeths The other mothers of tho presidents divide the names Susanna Nelly Abl gall Maria Sarah Phoebe Harriet Sophia Malvlna and Martha The wlfo of tho first president and the mother of the latest wero named Martha It is hard to conceive of any of those women being addressed undignified diminutives byI As to Sneezing Why should a person sneeze Why does nicest ovary one believe that to sneeze s to catch cold Sneezing Is an explosive expulsion of air through the nasal passages and mouth but what causes it and what arc Its results It Increases the circulation It clears tho head When you sneeze always hold your head straight in front Dont twist it to the loft or right Never sneeze over your shoulder You are liable to burst a blood vessel Some say that sitting In a draft will cause sneezing In former days It woe a very polite custom to take snuff to encourage a sneeze Men had their bejeweled snuff boxes and carried their handkerchiefs In their cuffs No doubt a sneeze was originally designed to expel irritating materials from tho upper air passages In the act n powerful expiratory effort Is made the vocal cords are kept shut till tho pres sure in the chest has risen high and air is then suddenly allowed to escape upward being directed Into the back of tho nose by the soft palato A Boston Touch Once upon a time DoWolf Hopper met a Boston person in that town whom he had not seen for a long period of duration Hello how are you1 Where have you been said Hopper In his hearty way giving the New York pronuncla flea to tho word been Of Please dont say bin but been to pleaded the Boston person plaintively Sorry but I cant pleaded the big follow I novel had a bean jn my mouth in my life not oven In Dos ton Bohemian Magazine Not Open to Hlnt- llIoDid you see here this shocking account of bow a woman committed suicide becauso she was not a good housekeeper She Oh dont flatter yourself I va it all susceptible to suggestion FOOLISH THINGS Story of the Boy Who Watched the Moth Millers Thb boy watched tho moth millers flutter around tho lamp Many of them would fly against the hot chlm ney and fall to tho table scorched and burned Somo of them would fly dl rectly Into tho chimney and there would drop Into the flaino and bo con sunned or Ho half burned next to tho blaze Occasionally a moth would fall to tho table overcome with heat but with enough life to keep its wings moving and ofttimes the dying moth would crawl towards tho samo light that had caused its suffering How strange thought tho boy Cant tho moths lee these scorched and wingless millers Why will they rush Into tho flame and he destroyed Hero Is a live miller unscorchcd It has for tho moment lit among the dead ones There It goes Alit It falls with Its wings scorched and burned dead I should think that It moth millers aro able to discern tho light they would havo enough sense to discover tho danger whore no many arc lying dad Tho boy even while wondering why moth millers were such foolllhI 1 The Boy and the Moth Millers tiling answered a whistle that CAme to him through tho open window put on his cap and hastened out lie was soon on the street with other boys Ho visited a poolroom with thorn and looked on He hung around a sa loon He looked through the open doorway as ho hoard a drunker brawl A fight and arrest followed Men with bloody faros were led away Ho saw the once wealthy Mr Jones reel Ing home after having spent his Jut cent for whisky He listened to tho filthy stories and lying tales Ah my boy tho wicked sin scorched and habitbound men you see have flown Into the flame or aro beating out their lives against Its de straying heat Are you no wiser than moth millers It Is for lack of knowledge partly that mon becomo captives of habit says tho Christian Herald It Is our duty to whom the warnings of expe rience or of science have come to see that no one In nil tho world so far as we can reach Is left without such warning as Is given In tho testimo ales of American and Gorman and other doctors against beer Tho honorable men are famished It is amazing that young men should bo such egotists u to say that they have nothing to fear from a foe that has laid low such great men as Pitt and Addleon and Sir George Travel yan and Charles Lamb and Hartley Coleridge and Bonnie Prince Charlie all of thcso cited by Farrar forEng landand such groat Americans as Webster and Poe and Yates and many more Gen Nelson A Mlles long ago wrote to young men to avoid both tobacco and Intoxicants If they would glvo themselves the best chance ot success TEMPERANCE POSTERS They Prove of Great Value as an Ed ucatlonal Factor In Reform Tho Scientific Temperance fedora lion representing the educational movement for temperance in America had on exhibit at the recent Worlds Centennial Temperance congress t Saratoga a largo collection of display cattle colored charts and potters and a table of literature representing the publications of antialcohol societies in Sweden Denmark Rolland Ocr many Austria Belgium Switzerland and Italy The colored charts showed statistical and experimental covering tho relation of alcohol to dataIlife to longevity to physical moral degeneracy to crime dullness in school children to mental and muscular working ability the growth of temperance organizations In Germany and tho decreasing use of alcohol in medicine Tho convincing power of these graphic representa tlons of proven tacta has been tested in Germany nnd found to bo a very ef fectlvo means of teaching the people the dangers In the beverage use o alcohol TemperanceTho among college men has been pushed with vigor and has been meeting with yearhocollege men and women The moat bershlp la now 3000 and there are litlocal organizations d- r ilL4fht fI Blotting Pad with Fancy Corners I Some sheets of white blotting paper laid on a piece of heavy cardboard cov ered with brlght colored wall paper I or cretonne make a pretty blotter Corners of tho double paper or ere tonne keep tho blotting paper In place Paper Owls Comical paper owls are made of plain brown tissue paper crinkled by passing through tho hands a number of times Stuff with wadding and tie at each end Cut ono end in a point for tho tall LeaVo tho other end wide and square fur the head Sew shoo n buttons on circles of yellow cloth out lined with black for eyes Attach the owls to a twig Made In threes size the birds look like a little tam TOP STAR FOR Ti- lECHRISTMAS TREE v Cut out of a piece of cardboard tho V form of a fivepointed star Ova Inches long Cover with gold leaf or silver leaf For tho rays of light take about I IE broom straws dip them In gold or sliver paint and paste thorn back of I i tho star In bunches oJ three Take a 5 plcco of writing paper roll It into n stiff roll fasten ono end to a twig and paste tho other end at tho back ot c tbo star Thu star may then bo ar ranged at the top of the tree Idea for the Christmas Table A now idea for a Christmas table Is a Jack Homer bell It may bo hung from tho chandelier by a splashing bow of scarlet ribbon Tho bell Is made of red tissue paper tho bottom of which IB securely pasted over with stout paper Scarlet ribbons ore stretched from tho bell to the plates and at n signal from tho hostess t given by the tinkling of a little in vtslblu boll the ribbons are pulled and ntbu tad of rah Is a souvenir fv aw ftfltrh4nuui re nt1ilv An effect of plumage Is gained by using dark water colors marking all over the body Jewel Cabinet An Ingenious little article is a Jewel basket made of a square box fitted with pill box drawers each having aI parse partout ring for a handle It covered with pink or blue silk and Is a dainty accessory for a dressing table SnapShot Album Tlda is made of heavy gray paper with covers of gray cardboard or of rsoft leather It may bo ornamented with any suitable quotation Box for Ball of Twine Twine holders are circular boxes covered with leather or linen In deep colors Little match boxes that are very charming for mens tables aro made of tho ordinary match boxes that come by the dozen with a piece of stiffened velvet and a little gold paint along tho edges folded about it and glued In place to represent a little velvet book- DRESSING THE CHRISTMAS TREE An Occasion of Great Joy for Both Young and Old The happiest and most exciting time at Christmas for young and old Is when tho tree beams forth in all its glory and splendor There is great pleasure for the elders In droning it in its gayest raiment It the full beauty II to be brought out It should bo kept until night It Is said that 1GOOOO Christmas trees will be brought Into tho American market Hemlock cedar pine and spruce arc nit good for tho purpose Tho base can be covered with cotton batting sprinkled with diamond dust and every branch may bo laden down with the same art ficial snow Incandescent electric lights are becoming more popular each year as they are safer However many prefer the twinkling of tho candles Colored balls and tinsel are draped from every branch and gayly dressed dolls and toys of all sorts sway In the air Then there must be cornucopias of red and gold filled with candy The largest presents and mys terious packages can bo heaped around the foot of tho tree Every package should bo wrapped In white paper and tied with bHIIIant red ribbon Many dollars are spent each year for dab orate decorations but many attractive and effective ornaments may be made at homo such as strings of popcorn cranberries glided and sliver nuts paper flowers etc which all add to the splendor of tho Christmas tree Doing Up the Gifts A now way of doing up gifts which will please all and particularly do light tho children Is to use white tis suo paper for wrappers and Instead of tying with ribbon fasten the paper in place by using small seals over the edges where they are folded down Tho seals come specially for tho pur pose and are decorated with tiny sprays of holly If you are sending oft a Christmas box put a layer of while tissue paper or whlto cotton on top of tho packages and over this sprigs of holly or mistletoe Let Children Make Cards Havo a largo box at hand to drop In pictures fancy papers scraps of rib bon and BO ou to give tho children to nuke Christmus cards You will be surprised at tliclr ingenuity SAVE THE POTATO WATER Much of Most Nutritious Part of VegI table Is In It The water In which pared potatoes have been boiled should never bo wasted as it contains much of the most nutritious part of the potato but It is usually thrown away except when used for bread To mako a delicious wholesome gravy when milk Is scarce lift out tho potatoes carefully with a fork setting the dish In the oven to dry the potatoes and keep them warm Thicken the potato water with flour and season with salt and butter For a savory nourishing soup mash a few potatoes and put them back into the water In which they were boiled season with onion celery salt or tho water In which celery tops have been boiled and add cream or milk and butter This Is one of the most palatable and economical soups that can be made If the soup Is not wanted Immediately the potato water can bo saved for the next meal or until the next dRY or tho soup can bo mado at once at it Is equally good warmed up for a lateral meal Baked Oysters For every 25 oysters take two table spoonfuls of cream tho yolks of two eggs one tablespoonful of butter one tablespoonful of flour one teaspoonful of chopped parsley one teaspoonful of salt and red pepper to taste Drain the oysters Strain the liquor Return tho liquor to the fire add the but ter and flour rubbed together until smooth and stir until It thickens Heat the yolks of tho eggs light add tho cream and add to the oyster liquor with chopped oysters Stir over the fire for a minute only Season and fill tho greased shells with tho mixture Either oyster ordinary scallop or sliver shells may be used Cover the top with fine bread crumbs and brown In a quick oven Potato Chocolate Cake Do not be afraid to try this cake because it sounds queer It is delicious and will keep Indefinitely Two thirds of a cup of butter two cups of granu lated sugar one cup of mashed pota toes hot onehalf cup of sweet milk two cups of flour four eggs two tea spoons baking powder heaping one half cake of unsweetened chocolate onehalf teaspoon each of cloves and cinnamon one cup of chopped walnut meats Mix sugar and butter to a cream Add eggs and milk then potato mashed smooth and hot also chocolate which has been allowed to dlsBolro over tho teakettle Flour baking powder spice and nuts Bake in a moderate oven Bran Muffin For the more substantial side of the tea table a now biscuit is tho bran muffin which Is a nonfattening and very delectable edible that must be eaten slowly and masticated thorough ly To make these mumns take two cups of fine bran one cup of flour one and onehalf cup of sour milk onoquartcr of a cup of butter three tablespoonfuls of molasses and ono tea spoonful of soda Mix tho dry Ingredients and then add the molasses mixed with the sour milk creamed and beat vigorously Bake thorough ly In small tin rings in a slow oven Servo hot buttering them first before bringing them to tho table Time Savers in tho Kitchen If you will bend the point of your paring knife you will find it much easier to remove eyes from potatoes pineapples etc It tho handle of the spoon used for basting moats and fowls be bent close to tho bowl of the spoon It will dip up easily Run stale pieces of bread through food chopper to clean it after grind Ing meat raisins etc- Economical Doughnuts Beat an egg very light with a cup at sugar add a cup of milk not stir ring this in then put In quickly a half a grated nutmeg a half teaspoonful of salt and three teaspoonfuls of bak ing powder sifted with enough flour to make a dough that can bo rolled out Boll in deep fat to which a little salt has been added This last pro caution will keep tho doughnuts from absorbing tho grease Salted Peanuts Shell and take the skin from fresh ly roasted peanuts In a baking pan melt butter stir the peanuts into this until well coated then roast stirring often until light brown Draw the pan to the door oT the oven for two minutes then turn the nuts Into a colander and shake hard to dislodge superfluous salt Spread on a largo platter to get dry and crlup Make Your Oleo Melt ono pound of beef tallow and strain through a slovo Mix with ono pound of good butter and put on tho stow again to melt together Pour lu bowl For frying Beefsteak potatoes in fact anything Reaches twice as far as one pound of butter and has lard beat a tulle Try Cake with Toothpicks In a convenient spot in the hitch en keep a box of new wood tooth picks for use in testing bread and cake when baking Tho old way of using a broom straw is to say the least unsanitary To Keep the Iron Handle Cool In making Iron holders slip a little piece of asbestos between the outside and the filling This will absolutely prevent burning through the holder and the holder will last twice as loug Delineator To Clean Aluminum Ware Use sour milk to clean aluminum ware and it will be as bright as now Solomon Dedicates the Temple Sunday School lasses lot Des 13 1909 SptcUHr Amngtd or ThIs Paper LESSON TEXT 1 Klnffi 8111 Mem ory verses 10 IL OOLDEX TEXTI was grad when they said unto me let us go tale the house or the LordPsalm 1231 THE TEMPLE Tho temple was be gun In the fourth year of Solomon reign D C 1012 and completed ieven years later D C toot according to the Amyrlan Canon about 45 years later The dedication was In Solomons twelfth year CONTEMPORARYt IIISTOnT The was now Its largest extent from the Lebanon mountains to the Red sin from the Mediterranean to the Syri flourishingunderdolt of Yemen the queen of which came to see Solomon Commerce extended to Europe Africa and India Comment and Suggestive Thought The Temple The situation was on the eastern hill of Jerusalem called sometimes Mount Moriah overlooking tho valley of the Kldron and the Mount of Olives Modern authorities are Inclined to think that the temple platform was a part of Mount Zion and that Zion was the name of the eastern hill of Jerusalem and not of tho western hill as has been the general opinion The rugged top of Moriah was lev eled with Immense labor Its sides which to the east and south were pro cipitous were faced with a wall of stone built up perpendicular from the bottom of the valley so as to appear to thoso who looked down of most terrifying heighta work of pro digious skill and labor as the immense stones were strongly mortised together and wedged into the rock Mllmnn The platform according to Jose phus was square threequarters of a mile in circuit Wars 55 2 in the time of Herod but he also says that Herod doubled the original inclosure Probably therefore the platform constructed by Solomons engineers was an area of about 12 acres or a quadrangle of BOOby 600 feet James Sltne Alone and Isolated in its grandeur stood the Temple Mount Terrace upon terrace its courts rose till high above the city within tho Inclosure of marble cloisters the temple itself stood out a mass of snowy marble and of gold glittering in the sunlight against the half encircling green back ground of Olivet Nor has there been In ancient or modern times a sacred building equal to the temple whether for situation or magnificence EdershelmThe Plan of the Temple The best model of tho temple I have ever seen declares Dr F N Peloubet Is the one sent from England to Mr Dwight L Moody and placed in his school at Northfleld Mass It is said to have cost 3000 A similar one belonged to Mr Thomas New berry Alexander Villa WentonSuper Mare England Counting a cubit as 18 Inches the main building was as follows Porch 30 feet broad 15 feet deep 180 feet high holy place CO feet long 30 fast wide 30 feet high holy of holies 30 feet long 30 feet wide 30 feet high chambers 15 feet wide on the two sides and rear 1n front of the porch were two great pillars The whole was situated according to tho points of tho compass the front entrance being toward the east Tho Courts There were two courts 2 Chron 336 The outer court was surrounded by a wall partly of stone partly of cedar on the eastern bor der was a cloister or colonnade This court was adorned with trees and free to all the people Within this quadrangle was a smaller court the court of the priests on the highest ridge of tho hill inclosing the temple and the great brazen altar and brazon sea and the pavers In the inner court were the great brazen altar of sacrifice 15 feet high and 30 feet square in sight of all the worshipers of the outer court and the molten or brazen sea supported by 12 huge oxen each 7Ya feet high V10 Tho cloud filled the house of the Lord Tho article before cloud denotes that it was the wellknown cloud which betokened the divine presence The cloud was the veil that hid V 11 the glory of the Lord for that glory was too bright to be seen by mortal eyes This was the same as tho pillar of cloud and of fire that guided the people through the wilderness which had rested on the tabernacle on tho day it was dedicated Ex 4034 and had apparently been specially displayed at certain Junctures in the history of Israel Num 126 10 lC42 IteuL 3115 It was thus the acknowledged symbol of Gods presence and as such was a visible sign that ho now accepted the temple as he had formerly accepted the tabernacle as his shrine and dwelling place The Dedication Services 1 Sentences Vs 12 13 8 Chron 0122 King blesses congregation V14 2 Chron 03 all standing 3 Address Vs 1521 2 Chron 6 411 standing 4 Dedicatory prayer Vs 2353 2 Chron 01440 kneeling V 54 2 Chron 613 5 Psalm 132 2 Chron 641 42 Arise 0 God Glory filled tho house people prostrated themselves 2 Clirbu 713 O For his mercy endurtth for ever by the congregation 2 Chron 78 7 Closing address 1 Kings 854 Ul standing Prot Willis J Ueecbar 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of nIL Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorablo 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 in Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as rail and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 23 and 4 year courses with Latin Ger man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one 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 Bury for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking institution All tho money rec- eIved from students Is paid out for their benefit and tho School expends on an average upon fetch student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Burca in order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students como from tho best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Berea live In College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag 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 more may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to me dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea 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 Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras JL35 a week In the fall and 1150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash- Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school build Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Feo for most students Is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools COO In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental feo and room rent bj the term board by the half term Installments aro as follows WINTER 12 weeks 2900ln one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle ol term 900 SPRINGrlO weeks 522501i one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1C7C Including 100 deposit middle ol term 676- SPRING4 weeks term for thoso who must leaVo for farm work 1940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers ex ami nations 1645 Winter and Spring terms togftner one payment 4900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance is made for any fraction eta week J- On room or on any special epenses no allowance for any unox plred fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental fee a certificate allowing tho student to apply the aMount advanced for term bills when ho returns provided it is within tour terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you havo made your Journey and are well started in school it pays to stay as long as possible The tint day of Winter term Is January 6 1909 The first day of Spring term Is March 25th 1909 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA KY 4 That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it Tho mountain people liko a good thing when they see it anti to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel anti n dollar paper that is worth more to thcmoun tain people than any other dollar paper in tho world Tho Knife and The Citizen for 125 iI That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to have 1 VIRTUE WINS HATRED Bristows Work for Honesty and Decency Makes EvilDoers Pursue Him with Fierce EnmityIs Much Lik Judge Faulkner Following are some extracts from an article printed In The Outlook which Pros Roosevelt will help edit when he gels thru being President They are written about Joshep L Brislow the new senator from Kansas a Kentucky boy who has made a great reputation as a fighter of evil In public life lIe Is a man of whom Kentucky can well be proud and these comments are worth read Ing Bern In a log cabin In Wolf County Ky July 22 1861 of Kentucky feud blood surely there should be no surprise if the call to the wild sometimes stirs tho soul and bralu of Drlsj tow The article then tells of his early struggles with poverty hisI working his way thru college entry In political life and steady rise till ho became fourth assistant postmaster general It was hero that his real work was done When rumors came of the corruption In Cuba of tho postal service In Cyba wo stood at the parting of tho ways in national life and there can be no doubt that the honest search lag fearless inquiry Into theso things earned on by Mr Bristow affected Incalculably tho course and conduct of public atfalra at that crisis of our historya The officials in Cuba who were exposed and afterwards sent to tho pcnitoutiray wore the appointees and friends o= the most powerful men in tho party ace tbo Nation and noth ing that party personal influence and party coercion could do was left un done first to dissuade and then to destroy Brlator But tho corruption In the postal service In Cuba was nothing to the corruption that honeycombed the de partment at home and tho storm ct hatred and opposition that descend ed upon Brlotow by reason ot his conduct of the Investigation under McKinley was Insignificant compared with the tempest which wai let loose here That the postotf ice was be ing looted was known to men prom- Inent in politics and it was connived at by not a few The strict party man the true spollsmancounted It a discourtesy and worse than that a breach of party faith to give tho alarm against a fellow spoilsman Nothing but tho most extraordinary courago and moral stamina could havo withstood tho efforts of the In criminated officers and their numerous and powerful friends In Congress to call off tho Investigation and crush Bristow The rogues who were robbing the government wore crafty and cool and well Intrenched and nothing that subsidized newspapers and dis honest accomplices in tho House and Senate could da was left undone to modify the rigor of the Inquiry and to discredit Bristow What honest citizen will not agree with the Pres ident that the toleration of wrong not the exposure of the wrong is the real offense Yet Mr Bristow was so maligned abused and hated by I scores of public officers In Washing ton Including many Senators and Congressmen that he was willing to resign Mr Bristow has been fortunate In the enemies ho has made In 1893 he risked his life to pluck an In nocent negro from the handa of a mob t Beavers a pcstofflco culprit i begged that that damned wolf Brlstow be kept oft him To the moo whose wrong doing ho has un covered he has seemed cold pitiless devouring insatiable But ho has been equally fortunate In his frlindhln Not that he has a genius tar friendship Thcce who have been doze to him in recent year have thought him cold remote self centered But no child was ever afraid of him and 1 have yet to hear of his a genuine friend whom he has betrayed He will fight for a friend A3 ho will for a principles Ho has always been near the people and has always enjoyed their con fidence And there Is In Bristow a certain suggestion f the hardy simplicity of tho anclonts Hla simplicity and di rectness render him almost grotesque Ho Is gaunt tall and ungainly His shoulders are somewhat stooped he has a long awkward 2tridea He has read much particulary In the fields of history biography political econ omy and current politics a Webster Lincoln Blaine and later Mc KInloy arc tho men who havo stamp ed their Influence most doe fly upon him Ills character Is built upon the liomriy sturdy virtues of toll and honesty All that ho has he occur ed ty hard unremitting labor He has always had a contempt for chain and tllxhccciity Ho believes a thing and does a thing because It Is right and docn net stop to consider the consequence when tho plain path of duty to before him and ho has a settled habit of swing that the oth er fellow does right too These are only a few of tho points readerewlil see how many of them apply to Judge Faulkner A plain man doing hie hard work well fighting wrong and evil fearlessly making enemies not only by his faults but by his virtue and differing for them at the hands ot prominent menthat Is the story ot both Tho mountains arc for tunate in having left in thtm a man like Faulkner as they can well bo proud of having given to the nation a man llko Bristowt NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from first page WIRELESS RECORDA new re cord In sending telegrams without telegraph wires has been made messages having been sent from Japan to San Francisco a distance of 4700 miles CUMMINS SENATORIowa has elected Gov Cummins to be Senator for the rest of Senator Allisons term Cummins rill be a strong addition to the Presidents friends in the Senate ROCKFELLER CAUGHT Jno D Rockefeller ricked his standing In tho church during tho last of his testimony about the Standard Oil Company The government wanted to find out whether certain companies had been bought before or after the pass age of a certain law In 1881 Rockefeller swore that the companies had been bought In 1879 Then the lawyer showed an affidavit made by Rocke feller In 1880 saying that ho did not own tho companies The discrepancy has not been explained BRYANS DAUGHTER SUESMrs Ruth Bryan Leavitt daughter of the candidate for president has at last sued her husband for divorce This is the end of a girlish romance She married him when 18 against the wishes of her parents and her married life has been one of misery Lcavltt is an artist who made her acquaint ance when he was painting a portrait of her father CARRIE NATION ABROAD Mrs Carrie Nation who made such a repu tation a few years ago by smashing saloons with her famous hatchet has started abroad to reform Scotland where the people drink more whiskey per man than any where else on earthAUSTRIAN EMPEROR RETIRES Franz Joseph Emperor of Austria and thatIcountry and leave the real power the hands of his heir Prince Francis Ferdinand The younger man Is very dissolute and unscrupulous and his reign may bring In serious Injury toI his country HUNTING SEASON DEATHS There were only 57 persons killed during the hunting season which nrnctlcally closed Monday and 91 in lured Last year there were 72 kill pd Most of those shot were taken for deer by some of their friends Wisconsin has the largest number of deaths17 Kentucky has only one JUDGES RACE Continued from Pint Page enough of them will say so on the Oth of December that we will keep the Judge one more term I Hoping every one will weigh the matter well and vote according to his best judgment without prejudice I am yours Respectfully DMC IN WASHINGTON a Continued from Pint race I tween America and Japan This ment Is the work of Secretary RootIThe peculiar thing about It is does not need to bo submitted to Senate for ratification Treaties are required by the Constitution to bo made by and with the advice and consent of tho Senate Thin is not a treaty In name though it Is practically one It Is supposed to be merely a statement ot the cordial good will which exists between Japan and America The Cth Article states that neither nation will make any step which would alter the conditions which now exists as to the relations between the nations of the world without consulting the other This is al most a treaty ot alliance some think President Roosevelt said last week that he would attempt to reorganize the Navy Department before the end of his term Ha will try to Nave regularly Installed a socalled general staff or committee on general welfare like the present general rtaff of tho Army which was begun by Mr Root when he was Sec rotary of War Thero Is such a com mittee for the Navy now with Ad miral George M Dewey as its head obut It has not had power so that It could accomplish much There la talk of enacting a law which would make a state out of Ari zona and New Mexico The advocates of that mcacuro are more pressing than last year and seem to havo the sympathy of the President Washington has moo parks and I parked circles than any other city In the United States Every park contains a statue ot some great national hero It has been found out that one tenth ot the equestrian or horseback statues of the whole world are in Washington Last week on Wednesday there was added another equestrian statue a statue of General Philip II Sheridan I who made the famous ride to Win chester during the civil war This statue Is made of bronze and Is the work ot Gutzon Borglum an American sculptor President Rcosovelt and General Horace Porter were the principal orators at the unveiling which was done by Lieut Sheridan son of the great and gallant cavalry leader An enormous crowd was present and the parade was splendid The printing of the list of contri butors to ho Republican fund and the total amount of tho Democratic fund has given a good deal of cause for conversation hero The Republican total of about 157957827 looks much larger than the Democratic one of = 620000 till It is remembered that all the money used In the state and Congressional campaigns la Included Jin the Republican statement but not in that of the Democrats Politicians hero therefore believe that there was really vory HttlO difference In the esptCIln11YIn New s of qne 500000 contribution from tho gambling Interest there could be reachedTho Republican list shorn that the fund while smaller than ever before I liar come from a much larger number ot persons as there are 12330 names on the list While there are several big sub 19Ucns most of the money has come from men of moderate prosperity and business Interests white the big trusts cad corporation are mostly absent There Is nothing from Mr Rockefeller The blgecat givers nroc P Taft ClnolnnatlJllO 000 Union League Philadelphia 221 Union League New York 34777 Larz Anderson Boston G A Gar rcstson Treasurer 2L000 Andrew Carnegie Now York City 20000 J P Morgan Now York 20000 Alex Smith Cochran New York 15000 J N Bagloy Mich 16000 William Nelson Cromwell New York Ing 000 M C D Borden Now York 910 000 Whltelaw Reid New York 10 000 Frank A Munsoy Now York 10000 Jacob H Sohlff New York 10000 Pros Roosevelt and Robert Tt Lincoln a son ot the President each gave 1000 I UNCLE SAM IN ROLE OF CUPID Forced to Act as Matrimonial Agent In the Philippines lOne of the little details that fall to the Philippine government is that of finding husbands for the orphan girls of the Institution bearing the name of the Hospiclo de San Jose and to do this Is no easy matter Before the Filipino will content to go to the altar he has to be shown a monetary advan tagetn fact a bride without a dowry wouldnt get a husband In a thousand years Uncle Sams agents after wondering why there was such a dearth of bridegrooms for their pretty charges of the Hospiclo finally dls covered that In order to marry them off dowries would have to be found As the result a matrimonial brokerage commission has been formed Through youngFllIlllnotake one of the orphan maids as his life mate but no bargain Is closed un nil after official cupids have thorough ly examined Into the history of the husband lo be First Printer Found magazinedooswho was the first printer Hero Is Its story When Agesllaus obeerved before the battle that made his name that his soldiers doubted success ho wrote on his hands Inverting tho let ters the word Victory in Greek of course When the priest appeared with tho sacrifice a bulls liver the great captain laid his hand on the flesh and kept It there for some time After he removed It the word VIc- tory was printed there patent to all eyes and this Greek was undoubtedly the first printer The soldiers saw what they supposed to be a message from the gods and fought like lions Russian Post Offled Savings Bank Consul T E 1Ic nap of Odessa states that although the post office savings bank system In Russia Is of comparatively late origin It shows a healthy development The annual In crease In the doponlta now averages about 40000000 Tho amount on deposit on August 1 1H03 was 501 COOOOO and on the same date In 1907 it had reached 680500000 As there has not been any real advance In tho national prosperity to explain such an Increase In the notions savings the rush to the savings bank can only be accounted for by the tact of the pea plo not desiring to retain largo sums In their home Consular Report Vuclto Ahajo cigars sometimes cost 450 apiece They are each wrapped la Japanese paper and Inclosed In a Lay air tight box of cedar COUNTRY FOR LIGHT SLEEPERS Japan Has No Domestic Animals to Disturb the Slumberer TIle Japanese college girl had been unablo to sleep because a dog had howled all night beneath her window Now In Japan she said such a trouble would never happen Wo havo no animal pets there we dont oven have useful domestic animals su jh as cows sheep and pigs If tho Japanese kept for his pleasure a dog and cat and then suffered these animals to spend the night out of doors spoiling the neighbors rest with their uproar well I dont know what punishment wed give him but It would be some what lingering I fancy with boiling oil on It We have no domestic ani mals To dogs and cats we prefer children Sheep we dont require for we eat no mutton and our clothes aro made of silk and of cotton Instead of wool Mules and donkeys we dout need because men do our hauling Pigs with their filth are unknown to usyou couldnt persuade a Japanese to eat pork Wo do keep chickens It s true but they are always kept far away from any dwelling house On this account Japan has Lights of purr fact quietude It Is tho best place on earth for sleeping WOUND WATCH WRONG WAY The Story of a LeftHanded Woman and Her Timepiece Women dont deserve to own watches recently remarked a Jewel er They dont know how to take care of them A woman bought a catch from my firm recently and I gave her strict instructions to wind it every 24 hours and always at the same hour as nearly as possible Two days later she came back with It and said It had topped Rcll I found It had run down I told her but she Insisted she had wound It Two or three days later she came back with the same complaint and again I tried to Impress her with the necessity for winding It Again she Insisted she had done so and went away miffed The third time she came I asked her to show mo bow she had wound tt Then I made a peculiar discovery The woman was lefthanded and In at tempting to wind the watch she had Iron winding It the wrong way Ive had peculiar experiences with cus comers but that beats all Beaver on Elk River The luiitreaalou that the beaver Is almost extinct In this country Is a mistake said Qeorgt H Hower of Vancouver Ii C On the Hlk river a tributary of the Fraser In my own province there are this season thou sands of these little animals whose fur U so valuable building their win ter quarters The4 Rtk river has always been a favorite spot for the boaver but this year the Influx has been so marked that even the most experienced trapper cannot tell whence they came There are now a large number of trappers on the river engaged In catching them as fast as possible Most of tho skins are shipped to San FraniMico while soma go to Montreal and Toronto From these cities they will go to others In all parts of this country and Europe Dissecting a Violin Not ono pcrsou In a hundred has the slightest notion of how many parts or pieces there are In a violin Here Is a list of them Back 2 pieces belly 2 coin and blocks 6 sides 5 sidelinings 12 bar 1 purfllngs 24 neck 1 fingerboard 1 nut 1 bridge 1 string for tallboard 1 guard for string 1 sound post 1 strings 4 pegs 4 total 69 pieces Three kinds of wood are usedmaple pine and ebony Maple U used for tho back the neck the sidepieces and the bridge Pine Is used for the belly the bar the coins and block the side linings and the sound post Ebony le used for the fingerboard the tail- board the nut the guard for string of tallboard the pegs and tho button Military Epigrams Col Philip Ueudeuf tho Twenty third United States Infantry Is the author of the following epigrams of the range The ultimate of the sol tilers profession Is to know when and where anti how to pull the trigger other things being equal that sol Bier who can hit with measurable ac curacy what ho alms at Is the best soldier the way to learn how to hit Is to find out why you miss brains must be mixed with gunpow der soldiers who are not good shooters are apt to bo turned Into good scooters most good shots are trade good shots by systematic in struction and practice Postmistress 61 Years Mrs Kenward whose appointment as postmistress at tho quaint old post office at WIvelfiflcld near Haywards Heath dates back to 1846 celebrated her eightyeighth birthday the other day says the London Standard De spite her years Mrs Kenward attends to her own household duties and is a great reader of the newspapers She believes herself to be the oldest post mistress In the country Tier father was a farmer at Speldhurst near Ton bridge Wells Mrs Kenward hopes to become a centenarian and to die in I harness A Strenuous Task I dont sea why you should be ex cured the Judge said to tho witness You look well enough But jest think of it yer honor said the wit ness Ive done stood on this hero stand an told the truth for two hours on a stretch CORRESPONDENCEContinued who works on Lock 12 near Irvine is with home follsMrs Nelson Curtis Mrs Jno Mobbrly and Mrs Jess Wil son visited Mrs Anne Click Monday Miss Susie Horn visited Mrs F C Click last FrldayJ A Johnson ex pects to move on GW Powells farm soon Born to the wife ot Mr JrankI Shearer a bouncing boy Powell was In Millers Creek district last week The sick In this neighbor hood aro all Improving In health Several persons who killed hogs last week have lost some of tho Joints Algln Horns mare got hung In F C Clicks barbed wire fence and was badly cutSam Pucket Sr and Mr E person of Clark County were In our neighborhood last week buying rattle Sam Pucket Jr was around asking the boys to vote for him for magistrate In the Fork district Ills nnponent Is the present Squire B King Alec Kerby oxpccs to get about 20c per pound for his tobacco Ho has been offered 17Hc for It He Is tho only one that raised any for the market In this locality but there Is talk of several crops being rater d next year Nearly all of the boys had a fine days hunt Thursday Victor Lackey is assistant mall carrier from Fox to Waco LEE COUNTY ATUUL Athol Nov 23Moat of the people of thla vicinity are busy gathering corn at this time and scarcely any are finished Mat Johnson and Flora Herd were married a few days ago Mr Lisha Johnson otflclotlngj Tho Bear Creek Sunday school Is progressing nicely there was an attendance of seventyfour lost Sunday Sam Gab bard has recently bought a farm of John Caudlll and will move to It as soon M he gets his house repaired Brother Gross hams recently been call ed grand pa Thlc Is his first grand child Green Kllhttc waa at town Monday on business Tho Rev Moore filled his regular appointment at Mill Branch Sunday NoV IB There arts a box supper at the hull on Bear Creek hut Saturday evening 630 worth of boxes were sold Tho money Saes for a Christmas tree The build ing of the college at Athol Is now In progress Hiram Whlsmon Is i It Ing ItI Strong Is now putting up an elevator Just below Tallera lie recently sold 1000 bushels of corn to tho K P Lumber Co CLAY COUNTY IIltt 0 UTl1I A II Brlghtahade Nov 26J C Cloyd spoke at Ashore Fork Spring Crook and Mudllek yesterday It la conceded here that ho will be the next Commonwealths Attorney Joseph Wagers and Wm Treadway of Man cheater were hero during the week Forest fires hAVe done considerable damage to fencing and timber near herc8l1as Wagers Is having his dwelling weatherboardeJ1coplo are nearly dono gathering corn Tin crop 1 a better than was exptcUd In no neighborhood has greater progrcKi been made in the last teh years than here TtM attendance In the schools has more than doubled the price of real efltata has advanced Is like pro portion and the general morality and prosperity of the pcoplo have fully kept pnccI1 W Short Gilbert Wag ore and Floyd Wagers expect to re enter school at Bsrca this winter Mrs Mary Mills will remove from this locality and make her homo north of Manchester In the near future TINFo Vine Nov 21 Icoplo are very busy trading and gathering corn Charley Ferguson has returned from Cincinnati OhloMrs B F Downey I has purchased a new sewing ma chine Henry Rico was the welcome guest of Charley Ferguson Saturday night Mr Nathan Brewstcr is Plann- Ing to go to Cincinnati Mr John Bray has returned from Cincinnati Miss Vlnlo Durham died last Tues day night her remains were laid to rest In the Williams graveyard Wed nesday evening Mrs Lucy Morgan passed away Nov 10 She lived a long and happy life liar remains were laid to rest In tho Wilson graveyard GARRARD COUNTY PAINT IICK Paint Lick Nov JMr Sidney Mohaffey and Lulu Botkltis wont I to Jelllco lact Wednesday Nov 2GI and wore quietly married Scott Pointer was tooling with a shot gun and It exploded tearing up ho hand so badly that it had to be amputat edIf L Stowo and family spent last Sunday with Charley Rogers at Paint Lick LAUREL COUNTY TKlIlIAJLI Templar Nov 30C C Dees whoso leg was broken Nov 13 Is Improving A good fn fell tho 27th Andy Webb and a neighbor went squirrel Jiunflng Orval Nelson Ie fixing to go to Colorado for his health r WII THE MARKET Berea Prices Potatoes Irish per bu fLOG Cabbage So per lb Apples per bu 160 Eggs per dot 25c t Butter per Ib 20o Bacon per Ib Utta lIam per Ib Ifa Lard per Ib 12 CofChickens on foot per liens on toot per Ib 7c i 1JtfCornWheat per bu DOc p tOats 600 iIt Live Stock Louisville Dee 1 foOS J CATTLE Shlpplnc steers 4 23 625 f f Beet otters 2 75 4 25 Fat heifers and cows 2 75 3 06 Cutters I 00 875 Canners 1 00 200 Bull sI003ar Feeders 2 75 4 25 t Stockers 2 00 365 Choice mulch cows 35 00 45 CO I Common to fair 10 00 30 h0 CALVES Best G CO 6 00 Medium 4 00 6 II r Common 2 CO 400 HOGS ICO Ibs and up 6 SO 130 to leO Iba 515 Pigs 415 4 40 Roughs C 15 down S11lfEPBeat lambs 4 00 6 CO Culls 1 M 4U0- Fat sheep 3 00 downtMess pork 12 CO HAMS Choice sugar cured light and spell cure 12Uo12e hears to medium 12 0JBreakfast bacon 16a Sides 11H ccHollies 14o Dried beef 120 I Shoulders 9c r r r r LARDPuro tierces HKc tub litfc pure leaf tierces 12Uo firkins l1c tube 12a- WHEATNo 2 red 1053 OATS Ntw No2 white 62J4cj No3 mixed SlHo CORN No 2 white 67c No I mixed Gfio I ALL FOND OF MAKING NOISE Its the Way of Mankind to Seek to Create an Impression Lincoln MM Mr MaoGllkamby tokl a story about a little atsasheat runnlBR as the VtttMuh river with a whittle so MR that whoa the captain blew It he bad to tie up to the bank for an hoer or two to get up steam enough ta go on He bad only a little boat but he wanted to mako as much noise as anybody oa tho river And Isnt It so In a way with our friends tho nuUwHibllltU If you dont see It you cant toll by tho sound of the horn whether the maehlno taming la a veritable battlo ship of a oar with a limousine body fend with 14 extra tires clamped to It and with hampers and baskets strapped to It all over and with seven trunks on tho roof afregular houio on wheel driven by 100 horsepower engine or a rickety little secondhand two horsepower runabout for the floppy little runabout le altogether likely to carry a bigger and louder horn than tho majestic touring car And still are steamboat pooploIhltllkewe all of us big and little like to make all the nolio we can In the world T Warning la Tim In his desire to uio line language tho darky of tho south frequently III lows his ideas to become a trifle con fused as well as confuting A bandIbill announcing a colored picnic to bo held In a grovo near Mobile was r once freely circulated After various enticing announcements concerning partakersIncludod with the following perplexing notice printed In Italics Good behavior will bo strictly and reservedly enjoined upon all present and noth ing will bo loft undone which will tend to COUlPIOHarpers n f Argument for Feathers Opposition to tbo wearing of feathIers In feminine headgear has encoun tered an argument which shows that that aro two sides to this as to every other question Attention Is called to the fact that wero tho practice of wearing feathers to bo abandoned to onc9thrownalone A champion of tbo working girls Insists that It a bird or a girl must perish It ought not to bo th- eglrlN Y Press Horse Hog and Elephant In One streetPhiladelphiatree near Seen no station a section of threeloggedthey are cut oft are In tho perfect likeness ono of a horses hoot tho second of a hogs split hoof and tho third like an elephants trunk The mouth and the trunk of the elephant are startlingly true to nature THo carvingAnstrip tho bark ort Gerald 7Jio doctorsaysthat I use t my hand too much fleraldlnc Your doctor must be V practical joker 1torni J s + e e The Porter Drug Co iNCOirOUTBD PHONE 12 BEREA KY k +oooooooooo ooooocooooooooO Berea and Vicinityo 0 o 0- i GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0- logoooooocoot I ooooooooeoooooooo DR BEST I DENTISTCITY I OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE h Clarence Adams of Richmond was the guest of his aunt Mrs Sallie Ad urns tho latter part of lost week i Ilev and Mrs R L Brandenburg are visiting In Louisville thin week with Rev Brandenburgs parents Q II Burdctte was in Richmond last Wednesday W IX Hudson of Dreyfus was In town on business Monday Mr Grant saws of Valley View wa tho guest of hla sister Mrs J K Baker ut tho first of the week Mn J Q Harrison and daughters Mcy1 and Boss were In Richmond lost l r WednesdayMrs o Marlin ot Conway a1ut- the latter part of last week with Mr and Mrs Bert Coddlngton Tho members ot the Clio Club milt at tko home of Mm Dr L A Davis lost Friday The tartly of the Priscilla Club are busy getting ready for their Bazaar at Mrs Bakers store Friday and Sat urday December 18 and 19 Leonard Comb who has been away from B rea tar the put tow months camo home last week While visiting last week at Valley billtrlendshaving the opportunity of seeing the gasoline boat then tho looks and dam on the Kentucky river Mr Leonard Spenco and Miss Margaret Adams were quietly married last Thursday afternoon at tho home of Mrs Sallie Adams on Center Street Rev a A VanWInkle officiating Doth of the young people are well known hero and have tbo best wishes of nil The Messiah Concert will occur lee 21st at 700 p m In tho college chapel This year the chorus is larger and stronger than over before and the work Is already well In hand The soloists are engaged and they also are better than ever before Watch for their pictures In the next Issue of Tho Citizen To those who attended the concer lost spring there Is no need of an Invitation to attend this year but to those who did not we wish to say It will be tho greatest musical treat of the year and no one who loves music can afford to miss It Clare Canfleld Is being visited by his father and mother of Lltchflold 0 Prof Ralno went Monday to Lex ington to attend tho annual dinner of St Androwo society there I John PasCo won In town over Thanksgiving pay Ho reports busl ncno looklntr up since tho election Bert Cornollurf arrived In town last Friday for a short stay lie has al ready returned to bis work Thanksjivlnp service at tho was by tho Rev fChapel J Norton of Threo Oaks Web A largo audience attended nil the churches being represented Mr Nor ton returned to his homo Monday Tho opening speech of the whirl vnd educational campaign In Madison County was made In the Chapel Monday morning by Pros Illnltt of Central University A largo audience attended and listened to a most BUrr j Ing and effective address tS Mm O W Ball returned Sunday from Tennessee whore she bas been visiting her son Blovlns P Allen at I Bluff City Miss Carrie P Allen started Wednesday on an extended trip Into tho mountain visiting friends and relat esIves Tho Conversation Club meets Fri day night with Prof and Mro Ralno Miss Nora Burdotto is visiting the Fees In Greenfield Ind Mr Wilson cf Station Camp visited Floyd KJiWovor Sunday WANTEDTo hear from Sydney Griffith or Sydney GIIHJand or his Thetas last heard of In Virginia W F Champ Executor of W P Griffiths estate FOR SALE A good farm of about 60 acres two miles north of Berca Plenty of wood and water A bargain If sold at once II 1C Richardson Berea Ky TAX NOTICE WARNING All taxpayers ot Korea aro hereby warned that failure to pay taxes of the year 1908 by December 1 1908 will Impose the legal penalty I will be In tho Berea National Bank from 100 to 300 p m on Saturday Nov 28 to rccleve taxes W L Harrison Collector NOTICE J E Dalton will return to his old shop on Golden place Jan 1 1909 and you should call there then for horse shoeing repair work and all kinds ot blftckkinUhlng NOTICE TO TIlE PUBLIC I I have a good well watered farm for sale lying 2K miles northeast of Berea on the waters of Silver Creek Contains ICO acres be the same more or less about 66 acres in timber and a good lot of saw timber on It the remainder of said land in a very good state nt cultivation fairly good fens ing about 175 rods of which is wire Good comfortable dwelling house and good out buildings Apply to 8 B I Davidson R P D 1 Berca Ky PUBLIC SALE OF LANDI will on Saturday Dec 6 1908 otter at public auction to the highest cash bidder 1C acres of good land with buildings and orchard This land lies Ili miles west of Berca and within mile of the Wallacoton Pike on the Wallaceton County Road Moro land can be bought Joining this place If desired If you wish to buy I am hero to sell Now is the time and this Is the place Sale will be from 200 to 330 on my premises Dick Williams Berea Ky W P Prewltt Auctioneer t FOR RENT 40 acres of corn land on Brushy Fork ot Silver Creek J W Herndon or J W Dinsmore FARM FOR RENT Good farm at Brasstleld For sale or rent Possession given at once Apply to W D Logsdon Berea Ky or JPLogsdon Panola Ky A Western statesman was arguing to a company of farmers against pro hibition says the Independent and ho told Uio Immense amount of corn rye and barley used for liquors and asked What would you farmers do if you did not have all that market A farmer interrupted to ask Do you want as answer to that ques tion Wo would raise more hogs and less holy- REASON FOR THE PREFERENCE Husband Evidently Shared In Dalntlea Meant for Wife Tho Lady Bountiful of tho parish was going her rounds and called at a cottage occupied by a model peasant whose wife had lIen an Invalid for some years And how Is Mary today In quired tho visitor Just about the same thankee kindly mem was the reply Did she enjoy those little things 1 sent her yesterday asked tho lady Tho things come all right mem an we bo greatly obleeRed but It I might make so bold would ye not send her any more ot that Jelly Some jam strawberry Jambe much more Bootnble mum Why she taro for the Jelly was doesntI rat query Yes mem sho do cant soy as I docs Judges Library Fashion In Medicine A curious communication has been made to the French Academy of Medl clno by Dr Grlmbert who has a fond ness for statistics The doctor has been making Inquiries with a view to finding out whether there Is a fashion In medicine Ho has discovered that the old fashioned medicines such as blsmuthllaro 000 wore sold by a certain number of I chemists shops In Paris but this year the same shops sold only 12000 The glycoro phosphates and antipyrlns sold CO per cent less than they used to and qulnlno has gone down 24 per cent As for tho newer drugs pyra mldon asporlue etotheir sale has Increased enormously UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to cat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE 5H Ref tatbet Successor to GolDen Grocery Company pbonc 184 noain Street ppocttc tit 3C t Rice oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeouu O i College Items i e0 HERE AND THERE inooooeeonoooniA jor Harlan Lloyd 7 Ruo Scribe Purls Franco asks About tbo school and says ho wishes to bo remembered to all his friends hero Major Lloyd who Is a trustee also has recently sent from Greece a dozen large photo- grAphs of famous ruins and statuary which have been hung In the Ass embly room In the Library Dr Cowley Prof Kalno and Dr Milton J Norton went to Kerby Kno SaturdayPres Mrs Frost are In Louisville this week Dr Thomson who was home for Thanksgiving and Sunday returned to his work raising money among tho colored people for their now shoot Monday Dr Corwin who has been visiting his daughter Miss Corwin returned to his homo Monday Prof Calfeo la In tho field for the Educational Campaign being managed by State Superintendent Crabbe He will speak thU week in Harlan Hy den Oneida Manchester arid McKee Norman Imrlo went to Richmond Tuesday to assist In the music at the revival at the M E South church The football game between tho Whites and Blues Thanksgiving Day turned out to be the hottest of the season and was fought stubbornly from start to finish The star playing was done by Lampo Bender and others Tho Whiten won to their own surprise and greatly to tho surprise of the Blues who thought they had the game put away before It began Neither aide was able to scorn on straight playing but the Whites got tho ball acroai after a fumble by the Dluca NOTICE Tho Senior Close In college has been organized and Is now open to engage ments of all kinds dinners socials and public speakings preferred The officials wore chosen by lot the loser petting the office They are in tho order of choice Secretory Dean Mccso vlcoprcs Whlttemore Boggs treasurer Seward Marsh Sergeant at Arms Chas Barton and President Clyde SUI ell IALL STATE FOOTBALL TEAM Berca gets two men on the AllKen tucky football team this year Swope and Thornton Wheeler and Fluuery are on the second team Following are the selections for the big team Duffy Captain C U right end Dunlap S U and Hendrlckson S U right tackle Saleo T U right guard Tudor O C center Baric S U left guard Seelbach C U left tackle SWOPOUGfiiliinend- Post S U quarter Darbee S U left half Thornton Berea right halt Rout S U full back I CHRISTMAS STAMPS Ono of the greatest fights for the good of humanity is tho battle against consumption which has been started by the discovery that this dreaded disease can be prevented even it It cannot bo cured Some years ago It was found that consumption or tuberculosis was caused by millions ot very small animals known as bac teria which get Into tho lungs and eat them up These animals multiply very fast when they once get a start on a person but it they never get to a man or woman that person cannot have consumption And they can only get to a person from some one else who has got the disease t Also It people who have the disease take care that none of these bacteria get away from them but are killed jor put where they will die no one will get the consumption from that person These things are easily done If one will take pains and a fcreat work is now Jielnit done In fiifhlng people hoW to take care of catchingtitfrom getting It from them IThill work Is being done largely by what Is known as the Red Cross Society an organization which was started to take care of wounded sol diers In war time but welch Is help Ing all kinds of people now that there Is no war to tend to The Red Cross ni eds money to carry on the work and Is raising It In various ways one ot which is called to the attenUon of everybody nt Christmas time This scheme Is to have special Red Cross stamps like postage stamps which are to be bought for a cent apiece and put on letters Ordinary stamps have to be used Just the same but all the money from the sale of tho Red Cross stamps goes to tho work for the consumptives plato where it will probably do u much good as any where on earth A great many people who want to help the work buy tho stamps and put them on all tho envelopes they send during the days before Christ mas so that tho Red Cross will not only get the money for the stamps but the friend who gets the letter will receive a fitting Christmas greet- Ing and will bo reminded that he ought to get some stamps too and do something for the good work The idea was started by the Red Cross In Denmark two years ago then tried In the state of Delaware This year It has spread all over the United States and is having great success good peoplo everywhere are going In and a great deal of money will be raised by each one giving a little The tint lot of these stamps to reach Louisville arrived last Saturday WeroIof stamps brought 613 the first stamp sold In tho city brought 280 These stamps can be bought In Berca at the Porter Drug Store They cost one cent apiece and are used Just like ordinary stamps In addition to tho usual ones You can use as many of them as you like There is no profit on the sale of them every cent goes to tha tuberculosis work The Chinese newspaper Is printed In a roll so that the subscriber may tear oft and throw away that portion which ho has read WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THE FOLLOWING LINE OF GOODS Ladies and Childrens HATS COATS SKIRTS Queen Quality and R J R Shoes Underwear Hosiery Corsets Dress Goods and Trimmings Everything in Ladies and Childrens Wearing Apparel MRS SeR BAKER Phone 123 Richmond Street Bcren Kentucky f TALKS ON ADVERTISING NO 6 How Alexander Untied the Knot By Herbert Kaufman Alexander the Great was being shown the Gordian Knot It cant be untied they told himUevery man who tried to do it fell down But Alexander was not discouraged because the rest had flunked He simply realized that he would have to go at it in a different way And instead of wasting time with his fingers he drew his sword and slashed it apart Every day a great business general is shown some knot which has proven too much for his competitors and he succeeds because he finds a way to cut it The fumbler has no show so long as there is a brother mer chant who doesnt waste time trying to accomplish the impossiblewho takes lessons from the failures about him and avoids the methods which were their downfallThe knottiest problems in trade are aree1The2The problem of getting the crowds 3The problem of keeping the crowds 4The problem of minimizing fixed expenses S The problem ofcreating a valuable goodwill None of these knots is going to be untied by fum bling fingers They are too complicated Theyre all involved togethertwisted and entangled over and about each otherso intertwined that they cant beIsolved singlylike the Gordian Knot they must be cut throughat one stroke And you cant cut the knot with any sword except the newspaper because 1Astore that is constantly before the people makes its own neighborhood bydaily3Customers can always be held by induce ments4Fixed expenses can only be reduced by increasing the volume of sales publicitYAdvertising is breeding new giants every year and making them more powerful every hour Publicity is the sustaining food ofa powerful store and the only strengthening nourishment for a weak one The re tailer who delays his entry into advertising must pay the penalty of his procrastination by facing moregiant competitors as every month of opportunity slips by Personal ability as a close purchaser and as a clever seller doesnt count for a hang so long as other men are equally well posted and wear the sword of publicity toA boot They are able to tie your business into constantly closer knots while you cannot retaliate because there is no knot which their advertising cannot cut for them Yesterday you lost a customertoday they took onetomorrow theyll get another You cannot cope with their competition because you havent the weapon with which to oppose it You cant untie your Gordian Knot because it cant be untiedyouve got to cut it You must become an advertiser or you must 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raising a generation of courageous young women An oldfashioned on the sidewalk in front of a store in Doy street New York attracted a crowd One man asked how it was used The fact that Castros pictures make him look a little like John Philip Sousa does not endear him to Wash ington as much as might be expected EVery now and then the conscience fund gets a contribution so large alto suggest vast damage done to the treasury by people who tall to repent A Jeweler says that skyscrapers are bad on watches One cannot safely drop one we know from experience from any height above the twelfth moor Sign on a window of a New York East side bakery Look Out for the Dog Underneath which a wag wrote in chalk And Dont Get the Rabbis A university professor says that he has demonstrated that women have two souls But he has not undertaken to find out how many minds one of them has One of tho rarest specimens in the tho world of the zebra has been received at the New York zoological gardenrarer even than predatory wealth in stripes The Chicago court who broke a womans fast by compelling her to take food Is the first court to go on record as standing for the square meal as the square deal Hetty Green has quit her expensive apartments Probably she thought a she didnt care to buy the hotel once a week It she couldnt own it and collect rent after paying for It The Moscow municipal council has decided to celebrate Tolstols eightieth J birthday by opening a public library i and giving the counts name to the school he attended in his youth f Dont feel discouraged if none of the colleges has added any capital letters to your name during this com meccement Beaton Next year they may remedy the unaccountable omission Prince Hello is not to have control over the estate of his wife but then with the pull he has at headquarters lie ought to do fairly well as a chairman of the advisory committee on finances Well done Johnnie My beat wishes and good luck to you ex claimed King Edward to his equerry after the wedding Thats consider ably more genial and jovial than tho customary stiff royal nod Anarchy Is a mark of disease In the rlew of a Memphis physician He finds anarchistic Ideas conclusive evi dance of Insanity and would commit all anarchists as dangerous lunatics thus making them harmless Everything charming and I find the American men and women very lovely says an Englishwoman who is at present visiting America The ladys uso of adjectives indicates that English and American femininity are j delightfully alike President woodrow Wilson of Princeton declared in his baccalau reato address this year that the great need of tho country is men with moral Initiative Wo thought one of the troubles of the country is Its ex cessive supply of men who initiate new and wondrous ideas in morals J It is understood that the college and university tairenders will supplement Prof Lowells frvestlgatlon of tho relations of high scholarship and success in life with somo conspicuous illustrations of their own triumphs over difficulties Their contention in their own behalf will bo based on the Emersonlan proposition that univer ally rank Is likely to b inverted In 20 years I f Ih 1 1- w d t Let Em Smoke by Use of By DR RACHEL SKIDELSKY Noted Philadelphia rbyatclan I feel sure that tobacco if pure anti properly used might be beneficial to women It is known to be valuable in functional disorders of the nerves As men find it valuable to soothe their nerves n the midst of cares and worries I do not see why women whose worries are more numerous and whose i ervoue are more delicate should not find benefit in its proper use also I think that if a woman would sit down for five minutes before beginning her day and give the time to a cigarette she would bo able to plan better her days work And five minutes thus used three Times daily would I think be of much benefit to her Of course I recommend tho practice only to sloth as ore in no danger of becoming addicted to the more extended use of cigarettes It would depend upon how and where it was done Were a woman to use n cigarette with the same feeling that she uses other medicine all would be well otherwise it would ba dis tasteful I would not sanction at all a woman smoking a cigarette in public or for bravado merely With men and women alike tobacco like any other sedative can become a violent poison when used to excess It is this knowledge which keeps physicians generally from advising tho use of tobacco for their women patients Aside from its value as a sedative tobacco smoke has been praised by men who have made a study of its effects as n valuable disinfectant for the nasal and respiratory tracts Hay smoke has the same effect in destroying germs which may lodge there Inhalation I think always would have ill effects I speak from the general knowledge which every physician posse os One prominent member of the County Medical society gave this knowledge as tho reason why in certain nervous disorders he advised his patients to smoke good tobacco in moderation I am afraid how ever that many of them would not be so frank as I am in view of the widely spread prejudice among certain people against tobacco in any fonn As a nerve sedative I regard tobacco as valuable alike to men and women As to the manner and conditions and extent of its usethat in another matter entirety For ages men have found relief from potty worries rest for worn nerves and general physical benefit in the moderato use of tobacco We should probably hear less of the loudly proclaimed nervousness of the American woman were she to devote five minutes three times a day to a cigarette or two preferably after meals The smoking habit would be as difficult to stop as the breathing habit Teach HealthLaws Schools By DB HEALY II ALMOND S MOUNT tadli Women Benefit Moderate Tobacco organizations Philadelphia Let us nil uwnkc to tho belief that the laws of health aro tho laws of God as bind ing on td as if they hind been thundered forth from Sinai that if those which are now known with certainty wore applied in practice the improvement iii human life morality and happiness would be stupen dous that they should be tho first and paramount subject of instruction by precept habit and example in every school and in every home and gradually hut ultimately a code religiously observed in mills and shops and offices Many years ago I was a member of n school board I ventured to propose regular open air drill for tho children I remember how the chairman with a benevolent smile suggested that we pass on to some practical business Something of tho same sort happened when I once complained of the fine assortment of evil gases old human exhalations in one school where the master was mnitton with a fear of drafts and preserved each days air carefully for use on the next In these particular directions indeed things aro a little better now But the main position of the enemy where he grandly stands at bay re mains nearly as strong as ever Lot marks be given freely for tests of vision and hearing fqr strength of grip for doing a long walk say 25 miles go as you please in creditable time and for u foot steeplechase or obstacle race and marking hero also by time Nor do I see why marks should not bo given also for boxing anti gymnastics Such reforms would not only fit pupils for pursuits in which strength and activity are directly useful but also would enable them lo withstand the severe strain of modern city life far better than an excess of study The brain even of the future professor is more likely to be sound and masculine if it is supplied with blood from capacious lungs and a brisk circulation j and after all we cannot all be professors or devoted to researchMy belief is that not more than six hours per diem should be de voted to sedentary work in schools and certainly not more than one and a half in winter and two and a half in summer to games The rest of tlzzP qmnasiums or in singingan excellent exercise for the lungsor in playing musical instruments Wonders of theVoice By J BLEYEB M D nIkIII Iktcprsas OtweswwL I A great voice is ft gift and not even its possessor can tell whence it comes or how it is constructed The singer finds that sho is born with this wonderful machine and must then learn how to use it Tetraz zini has the wonderful formation of the larynx and the cords which make for a superb voice but she also has n method This getting up some morning and discovering that you are a singer is veriest non sense The woman may be born with the vocal cords or strings but something besides strings are needed notably the brain with which to control the proper muscles with which to produce the proper tones And o woman may have the cords without the quality No two voices are alike though they may be built exaUy the same way just as no two pianos or violins have tho same tone until they are tightened and tuned and toned down to each other W tr HOST OF DISTINGUISHED MEN REPRESENT 30 DENOMINATIONS AND 15000000 COMMUNICANTS Federal Council of Churches of Amen lea Is To Meet at Philadelphia After Six Years Preparation Philadelphia Pa Nov lOFour hundred distinguished men represent ing 30 Christian denominations and 16000000 communicants will assem blo In Philadelphia next Wednesday for tho first meeting of the Federated Council of tho Churches of Christ lu America Tho sessions will cover seven days from December 2 to 8 Preparations for this assembly have been going on for six years and the assembling of the council Is regarded as one of the most significant of recent developments In the history ot American churches As denned by tho plan of tho Fed eration the objects of the federal coun chi will be to bring tho Christian bod ics of America Into united service tat Christ and tho world and to secure a larger combined Influcnto for the churches of Christ in all matters at feeling tho moral and social conditions of the people so as to promote the application ot tho law of Christ In every relation to human lire The churches which havo approved tho plan of federation and appointed delegates to tho federal council are the Baptist churches Christian con nectlon tho Congregational churches Church of the Disciples Evangelical association Evangelical German synod Free Baptist church Society ot Friends Evangelical Lutheran churca Mennonite church Methodist EpisCO- pal church Methodist Episcopal church South Methodist Episcopal church African Methodist Episcopal Zion church African MethodlstVrot estant church Moravian church Pres byterian church in tho United States ot America Presbyterian church In tho United States Protestant Episcopal church Primitive Methodist church Reformed church In tho Unit ed States Reformed Presbyterian church SeventhDay Baptists United Brethren United Evangelical church United Presbyterian church and the Welsh Presbyterian church Among tho speakers at the meetings will be Rev Dr J Wilbur Chapman Rev Dr G Sparks Cadman of Brook lyn Robert E Epeer secretary of two Presbyterian board of foreign mil sions Roy Dr Charles I Goodell ot Now York Rev Dr Arthur J Lloyd secretary of tho Episcopal board ot missions and Bishop William 5 Ueii FIVE LIVES LOST In Oklahoma and Northern Texas Floods GuthrIe Okla Nov ZOFlT per sons are dead as the result ot two days continuous rain and the overflow of Oklahoma and Northern Texas rivers and tributaries thousands lift homeless and hundreds of residences are foaled Railway traffic has practically been abandoned In Central Oklahoma and a bridge on tho Mis noun Oklahoma l Gulf road between Muskogee and Wagoner was washed away a few minutes after a passenger train had crossed Sunday allot noon Incessant rains of four days have set the streams in Southern Missouri and Eastern Kansas on a rarapngo Tho lowlands are flooded and much destruction of property is reported The total loss Including damage to corn crops remaining in the fields will exceed fl000000 Yeggman Captured After Being Shot Beaumont Tex Nov lOAtt1r drilling several nights on tho big vault of tho First National bank of Beau mont and nearing the coveted thou sands William Bretschneldcr was captured Sunday morning at daybreak after having been shtA through the left forearm in a battle with oltlcori Saturday Cashier J C Pondrow Bcd dentally discovered that tho vAUlt was being bored and notified Mayor Em mett Fletcher who placed the ottlcen on watch Brctschncldor ran a penny arcade and camo hero from Orange TeX Feared a Lynching Birmingham Ala Nov 30 Follow ing instructions of Gov Comer Sheriff Gowln of Halo county brought eight prisoners from Greensboro Ala to Birmingham Sunday morning to be held In Ih6 local jail for stifekecplng The prisoners all negroes aro charged with the murder of former Sheriff Rob ert Drake Ran Into a Freight Wreck Pittshurg Pa Nov 30 Passenger Train No 9 on the Pittsburg Now castle and Butler division of the Balti more Ohio railroad was wrecked at Valencia 20 miles west of here Ono trainman is missing 7wo passengers were seriously Injured and a number of others badly shaken up Thu pas senger ran into a freight wreck Easy For River Pirates Pittsburg Pa Nov lOThe very low water and inability of steam launches to work with safety in tho Monongahcla and Allegheny rivers have made matters easy fpr river thieves working from light skiffs A Record Snow Denver Col Nov 30 Beginning Saturday night and continuing until late Sunday evening the eastern portion of Colorado was visited by ono of the heaviest falls of snow over expe rlenced IQ this section YC nu OBSERVE THE ANT Life Work and Methods of the Won dertul Little Creature Tho world looks on in wonder nt such engineering feats as the building of tho Panama canal and tho wild talk sometimes heard ot a tunnel under heath the Atlantic ocean Is laughed at by all of us Yet armies of ants aro doing work ovory day which for them Is much more wonderful than what man Is doing on the Pnwima canal and certain kinds ot ants have been known to dig tunnels threo tulles long a work proportionately greater than fbr men to build n tunnel under the Atlantic from Now YOlk to Lon donNot only aro ants great construe tlonlsts but they havo their allies and governments Just as men do and like the human races clvlllccd or otherwise they curry on wars Tho most densely populated municipalities are those formed by millions anti millions of ante The loop district ot Chicago docs not compare with the congestion In some of their cities yet their po lice force has no trouble in adjusting traffic difficulties In some parts of tho world these little creatures seek Section of Ant City out places In the forests and found their cities made up of dozens of hills which reach up four or five feet I and are from SO to 30 feet in circum ferenceOn outsldo these hills or ant palaces look rough and crude but order and decency reign within Tho hills havo as many as 12 or 16 floors connected by staircases and here di Tided according to their station tho various grade of ants live work die and are burled Bvery ant bill has IU cemetery The ant municipality has In it three grades of people the kings and queens tho aristocrats and tho work ors Some of tho ants act as soldiers some as police others aa household servants or as working civilians And every ono dues his or her duty or pays the penalty oven the aristocrats If ono of the workers tires of his or her task a fat ant policeman or he maybe thin comes along and oft goes the head ot tho sluggard Up at tho singe entrance Into the ant hill will bo found a sentry day and night keeping watch lost some sudden attack be mado on tho citadel When a hostile body of ants is seen marching In his direction the alarm Is given and tho soldiers are Immediately mobilized to go forth and give battle to tho Invaders Woo betide oven as powerful an enemy I man If ho approach too near some kinds of ants The door of the ant hill opens Into a passage about a quarter of an Inch In diameter and this leads downward Into tho house proper Galleries branch off In ovory direction connecting with all sorts of rooms which vary In size according to tho purpose for which they are built The construction can bo better explained by tho Illustration taken from tho Pathfinder than by word pictures Tho compartments for tho milch cows however may bo a little confus- Ing to tho uninitiated If not explained Ants havo their aphids milch cows and dairymen look after them very carefully When sprlngtlma comes the attendants drive tho aphids out to pasture on the blades of now grass each day taking them to a now place Then at milking time tho milkmaids take tho antcows and stroke them with their feet until they yield a drop of milk There Is always a nursery full of children as the queens lay thousands of eggs which aro hatched by other ants Tho infants and their nurses are interesting specimens of the race When tho little follows aro about four weeks old they spin around thorn selves a soft kind of blanket In which they Ho dormant for several days nnd the nurses tako a reel When they awake they must bo helped out of their blankets given n bath and prepared for a trip outdoors The young ants havo wings and the queens lead them Into tho open air for A short fly After tho flight tholr wings are torn off and they settle down to become industrious Eddie Wanted a aFn Eddie not quito throe wanted to tae his soother tr a fan ono very warm day relates the Delineator To think of tho word tau was too much for hU little brain so with his hands ho wont through the motion of fan sing himself and said Mumsy tin Eddie have ono of them thlcc to brush tie warm off with ii fl Pff f f y THE COOKIE MAN A eonklfl man with crooked leas And funny bulKliur currant eyes My innmina makes IfI am good While the Is baklnsfor a prim I watch her while she rit httt ont And laYIhlln gently la k van Then wlilU hea baking try to kAs good a id patient At I can nut when JU eaten every crumb I always feet aa though Id cry To think how sadly ha looked up At me with Mi last currant cyst IxmU Hunter Lowe In Detroit FYae Vrttt WHICH lB THE RAW COOT An Experiment That Might Have in ttreited Columbus at the brxfckfast table the othIWhllo John brought In a plate oa which were two eggs Tako ono be said but be careful to take the hard boiled ono Is ono rrwr asked his aunt Yea see whether you can distin gulch the cooked from too uncooked The aunt felt one then the other and shook her head Tit glvo It up she answered Can you tell which Is which John Sure Place a rubber baud lengthwise around each egg thus said John tatting the bands out of hit pocket and suspend both by means of wire hooked at tho ends Turn the eggs so that they will twist rapidly and thou let them to The aunt did so and found that the hardboiled egg B turned from side to side before stopping while the raw egg A tapped almost Immediately John was delighted with his aunts surprised expression There Is Another way to tell ho said and a simpler way Ho put the two egad on a platter and spun them Then ho laid his hAnd on each for an Instant to stop their iiiOYomont and the aunt saw that tire hard boiled egg stopped at ones while tho raw egg continued to spin after be lifted his hand You are a smart toy John I liked your experiment very much said the Picking the Hard Rolled Egg aunt palling him on the back and John with a BclfcatUQcd look marched out of tho room Afraid It Would Be Missed Tommy learned to swim In Huckln cove an arm of tho sea Consequently when ho went at his fathers In vlldtlon to the swimming pool of hen fathers city club says Youths Companion ho felt cramped somehow and afraid of getting In tho way After awhile tho feeling wore off Ho began splashing about and doing a few tricks that he thought his father Atand 1 water 0 daddy ho said In an anxious whisper 1ro swallowed some of tho water I Do you think theyll mind A Favor Appreciated- I havo come to Inform you said tho young man who thought thu firm would havo to go out of business 1C ho went away that unless my salary Is raised I shall havo to sever my toe nection with this establishment Thank you replied the lonerml managerAm to understand meat the young man naked that you accede tY my demand No I thanked you because you had relieved mo of on unpleasant duty 1 always hate to discharge a man who will bo unablo to hold a job anywhere else Chicago RecordHerald Careless What kind of a typewriter do you use In your offlcoT Well to tell the truth I novel asked her but I think she Is of KHB llsh descent Chicago ltccordHv aid Useful for the Farmer- A patent has been granted on a syrlngallka machine for Injecting pot sons around tho roots of ueols will out Injuring aurrouudlne vegetaUoc HITCHCOCKCHOSENWILL IN TAFTS CABINET HAS ACCEPTED THE PLACE Republican National Chairman First One Selected Because of His Ability to Advise the Presl dentElect Hot Springs VaFrank H hitch- cock lies been offered and has accepted the position of postmaster general in the Taft cabinet that is to be Till official announcement of this conclusion regarding tho first cabinet Detection of Presidentelect Taft doubtless will not be made uutll Mr Taft hall completed ids cabinet at which thno It will bo announced en sitI lection of Mr Hitchcock was obtainS able for publication from either Mr Taft or the Republican national chair man Thoro were many reasons it was pointed out why It was expedient that Mr Hitchcock status should be I FRANK KWTCHCOCK I flxed at least so far as tho principals are concerned and a complete understanding Is known to exist between them As chairman at the Republican national committee Mr Hitchcock bo cam moro familiar than any other person with the political phase of questions likely to arise at the begin ning of the Taft administration and iho knowledge ho Raised regarding the personnel of tho party will be of jjrcut service to Mr Taft throughout Ali administration Hosldet these reasons the national chairman admittedly IIOMOOSOS a corn prehensive as well as a technical knowledge of postal affairs gained by ra protracted ox pwlonea as first assist ant and acting postmaster general Mr Jlltohoock accompanied by Charles II lloynlon of Now York left hero Friday night for Washington whore Saturday night bo was tho guest of honor at a dinner given by the oxeoutlvo and advisory committees ot the na tional committee Ho then will visit headquarters In New York It Is alto gether probable that from this time on Mr Hitchcock will bo frequently in conference with Juljo Titft ACTRESS ATTEMPTS SUICIDE MMa Eleanor Cowper Shoots Herself In New York Hotel Now YorkMrs Eleanor Merron Cowpor a widelyknown playwright and actress shot horsplf In her room at tho St Regis hotel Friday and will e probably die Sho WAS a protege and business partner of tho late James H Walilck manager and actor who killed himself at his home In Mlddlo town N Y- Ilcforo shooting herself Mrs Cow per wrote letters to bor lawyer Judge Herbert IV Uoyco of Mlddletown and to John Hood manager of tho King Edward hotel In West Fortyseventh street where she formerly lived advis fag them at her Intention to kill herself A brief history of her life largely do Voted to recounting her career on the etaso vrns found In her effects Elopers Are Given 50000 Now YorkPleased at his sons pluck In defying parental author ity to tho extent ot wedding tho girl bo loved whether or no Capt John Morning a wealthy contractor and prominent Tammany Hall man after Ills tlrst anger had cooled summoned tho couple to him Tuesday and placed a chock for 50000 In his sons hand Ytrarc alt right my boy said Capt Fleming Im proud of you be cause you went right ahead and mar sled the girl you love Now go whore you like and dont come back until you have spent this BurnedtoCleveland OA pillar of flame as lie ran and leaped In his torture Pal mer Williams aged 26 years a negro chauffeur was burned to death as a result of a gasoline explosion Friday eight Hermit Author Found Dead Chicago Surrounded by his only friends his booksDr John Norris 70 years old an author and recluse waa found dead in his little cotlSgo In Riverside For several years Dr Nor rya has been known as the hermit of Riverside iOhIo to Test Option Lawt I Findlay OSult was filed here Friday afternoon to test the constitu tionality of the Rose local option law by which U of the 88 counties of the state have voted out the saloons PACT WITH JAPAN IS MADE AGREEMENT COVERS POLICY OF NATIONS IN PACIFIC America and Mikados Country to Defend Chinas Integrity by Every Peaceful Means Washington Despite offlclal retl conco Information from reliable sources has been obtained of an ngrco went of farreaching Importance between tho United States and Japan covering tho policy of tho two coun tries In tho Pacific The agreement Is based on tho Idea of encouraging and defending free and peaceful commercial development In the Pacific It contains not only a mutual guaranty to respect each others territorial possession there but defines tho attitude of tho two countries towards China binding each to defend by every peaceful moans Chinas Independence and Integrity and to glvo equal commercial opportunity In thu Chinese omplro to all nations Hut more Important still the agreement In the event of com plications threatening tho status quo binds the United Status and Japan to consult each other with a view to noting together Tho agreement has been drawn upi In the form of a declaration and con stets of five articles of which the fol lowing Is an accurate and faithful do scription The first article gives ex pronilon to tho wish of tho two gov ernments to encourage the free and peaceful development of their com merce In tho Pacific The second Is a mutual disclaimer of on aggressive design and contains also a definition of the policy of each government both as directed to tho maintenance of tho existing status quo In tho Pacific and the defense of tho principle of equal opportunity for commerce and Indus try in China Tho third article conS tame a statement of tho consequent firm reciprocal resolution of each government each to respect tho territorial possession In tho Pacific of the other In tbo fourth article tho United States and Japan express their determination in tho common Interest of all the powers In China to support by nil peaceful means at tholr disposal tho independence and Integrity of China and tho principle of equal commercial and Industrial opportunity for all nations In tho em pire The fifth article mutually pledges tho two governments in the case of the occurrence of nny event threatening the status quo as above described or the principle of equal opportunity as abovo defined to com muiiloato with each other for the purpose of arriving at a mutual understanding with regard to tho measures they may consider it useful to take STEAMER RAMMED AND SUNK Disaster In Fog Off Sandy Hook Costs Four Lives Now YorkIn tho thick of a fog off Sandy Hook Thursday tho stout steel freighter Georgia of thin White Star line rammed and sank thoUght lyladen Panama lino steamer Finance outward found with 86 passengers Tho Finance went down within ton minutes after tho collision carrying to their death three of her passengers and one oC the crew Tho rest of tho passengers who In eluded 19 women and 14 children as well as others of tho crow were res cued by tho boats of the Georgic Tho freighter was not damaged- Of the passengers lost one was a woman Miss Irene Campbell of Pan ama who clung frantically to tho rail of the sinking vessel and could not bo persuaded to release her hold nor wore tho men who manned tho small boats able forcibly to remove her 12 WEDDINGS ONE DIVORCE Startling Statistics on Legal Separa lion In United States Washington Higher divorce rate in tho United States than in any of tho foreign countries whero statistics are available Is announced by tho census bureau which In a bulletin Just Issued says that nt least one mar riage tn twelve In this country ulti mately terminates In divorce The report covers the 20 years from 1887 to 1906 Inclusive From 1887 to 190G there were 12832044 marriages and 945625 divorces ngalnst 328716 divorces for the preceding 20 years Divorce Is now 2Vjj times as common compared with tho married tiupulaliuii as It was 40 years ago Utah and Connecticut laro the only two states showing decreased divorce rate De sertion caused 389 of the total di vorces In the 20 years Three Hunters Probably Drowned Thessalon Ont William Menor D Monor his son and Fred Eno failed to return from a hunting trip when expected Friday a search ing party found tho wreck of their rowboat It Is bellevod the boat cap sized In the rapids and that all three wero drowned Ptomaines Kill Rich Banker TulsaOklnJ George McGannon millionaire president nt tho Central National bank hero died Friday of ptomaine poisoning contracted while dining In a hotel McGannon came hero two years ago from Seneca Mo Escaped Convict Is Caught Chelsea MlobA man arrested on suspicion hero was Identified Friday as Harry Robinson 58 yews old who escaped from prison at Atlanta Go March 21 1908 lie was serving Ume tat atrnrobbery la Arkansas LAMPHERE GUILTY OF ARSON IS SENTENCED TO PRISON FOR TWO TO 21 YEARS Verdict Is a Compromise Several Jurors Held Out Long for Life Sentence for Murder l4porte Ind Ray Lamphere charged with the murder of Mrs Belle Gunnoss and her three children by setting Ore to the Gunnels houso April 28 was found guilty of arson Thursday evening by tho Jury which had the case slnco 530 oclock Wednesday evening Within five minutes after the verdict was reported Judge Richter had sentenced the defendant to tho state penitentiary at Michigan City for an Indeterminate term of from two to 21 years Ho will bo taken to Mich igan City at once to begin his sen tence Attorney Warden for tho defense said that a motion for a now trial would bo made and should It bo ro fused an appeal to the Indiana su premo court would follow Tho In liana supreme court Is two years be hind In its work and so this caso not be reached until after Lamphoro hnd served tho minimum tlmd of his sentence Tho verdict was something of a compromise Several memborS of tho Jury it is understood hold out long for murder In tho first degree with a life sentence So far as could be learned none was for hanging Lamphcro Thursday night said that ho was confident the dead body in tho fire was Mrs Gunness regardless ot what other people may think Ho unrated his Innocence of setting fire to the house though admitting that ho was on the road and saw tho fire that night lie also declared that he did not see Mrs Gunness kill Helge loinI have no complaint to make about the verdict Things looked pretty blue but tho verdict might have been worse THREE NEGROES ARE LYNCHED Mob at Tlptonvllle Tenn Hangs Slay era of Officer Union City TennTbe little town of Tlptonvllle bordering on Reelfoot lake which has been the scene of many stirring incidents the past month witnessed tho lynching late Tuesday afternoon ot three negroes who were arrested In the morning for murdering Special Deputy Sheriff Richard Dur rus and fatally wounding Deputy John Hall The negroes wore Marshall Stlno back Edward Stlneback and Jim Stlnoback These brothers created cl disturb ante at a Toltgtous meeting near Tip tonvillo Saturday night When the two officers attempted to arrest them a fight ensued in which the officers wore shot Hannah Ellas Angel Dies Nuw York John Tw Platt tho retired itfass manufacturer who four years uJQ vainly sued Hannah Elias In the supreme court to recover 6853851 money which ho alleged bo had spent on tho negress since ho be cacao acquainted with her In 1896 died Thursday at tho bomb of his daugh terhere in his eightyninth year Kills Brother and Mother New York With aim so deadly that all five shots be fired took effect William Kallebrun of Jersey City Friday night shot and killed his brother Leo and then his aged mother Mrs Victoria Kallebrun The tragedy took place in the apartments of Mrs Kalle brun in New York Kallebrun bad como from Jersey City with a friend Albert Trogunwyos to secure money from his brother Leo and the shoot ing resulted from fact that Leo would not give his brother money Kallebrun was arrested soon after the murder TOGA FOR CUMMINS AT LAST Iowa Governor Elected to Succesd Late W B Allison Des Moines IaGov A II Cun mlns became United States senator at 1220 Tuesday Cummlnr received 106 votes Porter Dem 35 Three Republicans did not vote He long a leader of tho progressive Re publicans of Iowa was formally elected United Suites senator to fill the vacancy caused by tbo death of Sena tor William O Allison No suspicion has arisen of a belt by the stand pat members of the legislature which re Albert B Cummins convened In adjourned session at ten oclock Tuesday pledged to elect the man chosen by the people at tho spa cial primary of tho November election Gov Cummins addressed the joint session of the two houses immediately after his election Senator Cummins in a speech of less than 1200 words thanked both tho Republican and Democratic mem bers of tho legislature for the support they had given him during the seven years of his administration ns Iowas governor Ho declared that In so for as ho was concerned bitter factionalism In Iowa Is at an end Boat Sinks Hundred Drown Manila The coasting steamer Pont lag carrying a largo number of laborers from Narvacan to the rice fields In Pangaslnan provlnco struck a rock and sank Friday night during a storm oft the town of San Fernando in Union Province It is estimated that a hundred of the passengers and crow of the Panting were drowned The steamer Vlgcaya rescued 55 Tornado Dead Number 21 Little Rock ArkLatest reports from western Arkansas show that although first reports of the num I her killed in Mondays tornado were exaggerated the property damage will be greater than expected Reports so far give names of four known dead and about 15 known in jured Seventeen other deaths are reported bud names are not given Slayer of Husband Sentenced Vornillllon S DMrs Christiana Clark who was convicted of nan slaughter in the second degree In the killing of her husband last August was sentenced Friday to three years and ten months at hard labor No Dinner Suicide Cause Chicago Despondency over his In ability to provide a big Thanksgiving dinner for his family is thought to have caused Stlllls Hagen 40 years old 797 North Fortyfirst avenue to commit suicide at his home by in haling illuminating gas Pray for High Tariff Joplin Mo Protestant pastors throughout the Kansas and Missouri zinc mining district offered Thanksgiving day prayers for a higher tariff on zinc ore 4 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE JI1Whot Is Golnl1 on to Different uof Kentucky L HIS WAR GUN Found In Public Sale Purchase By Spanish Veteran Louisville ItyIn a Springfield rifle which Clarence R Cradle a policeman bought at a sale recently for 195 ho discovered the trusty which he shouldered throughout the Porto Rico campaign A local store bought a gunsmlths stock of Sprlngflelds which they put on sale for 195 apiece Crallo told a relative who works at the store to pick him out a nice one She chore the shiniest When Crane unpacked it he stared at a notch on tile barrel which looked familiar Ho found In an old note book that his war gun was No 191 678 A comparison of tho numbers proved that be had bought the com rade of 1598- EXPECTED TO PLEAD GUILTY Judge C E Booe Will Probably Throw Himself en Mercy of the Court Frankfort It Is now practically cer tain that when Judge C E Deco late claim clerk In the auditors office comes to trial he will plead guilty and ask the mercy of the court The high est penalty that can Do Inflicted under three charges against him is 25 years ten each on two charges and five years under a third By agreement between the attorneys Judge Polagrove entered an order continuing the caso lie also agreed to let the bond remain at JGOOO Tho examining will be waived and Judge Booo will be held over to await action of the grand Jury in Jan uary Justice Harlan Attends Services Franktort Ky Justice John M Harlan and his wife attended Thanks giving services at the First Presbyte Han church and were entertained at dinner by Mrs W T Scott and Mrs William F Barrett Gov WlHson and Mrs Wlllson and other state officials were present Tho Thanksgiving serv ices recalled many memories to Justice Harlan for it was in this church that he met his wife who led the choir 45 years ago It was tho first time the distinguished couple had attended this church in 40 years Official Figures Frankfort KThe state election toard after making an official can vass of the vote cast In the presided dial election In Kentucky announced the following result Republican 235711 democrats 244092 prohibi tionists 5837 i socialist 4060 social let labor 404 peoples party 333 in dependence 200 The total vote was 490687 The democratic plurality was 8331 Good Prospects for Crops Frankfort Despite the drought seoIUsplendid prospects for crops next tea tOIl The recent rains have saved the wheat rye and barley sown during the drought The majority of farmers In this section rely upon rye for early grazing Kentuckians Nominated Russellvllle KyA democratic convention to nominate a judge and com monwealths attorney for the Seventh Judicial district met at the courthouse Judge W P Sandidgo was rcnoml nated for Judgo and 11L Mlllory Todd was nominated for commonwealths attorney Mr Thomas the retiring attorney has been elected congress man Verdicts In Hinds of the Governor Frankfort The verdicts of the courtmartial In trials of members of the state guard charged with conduct unbecoming soldiers have been turns over to Gov Wlllson The trial ot Copt J R Sams for failure to make reports to ranking officers concluded the courtmartial Gov Willson vlll announce the rcrdlcts in a tow days Contract Awarded Frankfort George Baker Long ot Chattanooga was awarded the con tract by the state capitol commission for terracing the grounds of the now capitol His bid was 7l47t Tho next lowest bid was that of W W Liyrster of Dayton 0 which was 74000 Booe Released on Bopd Frinkfort Ky Claim Clerk C E Booe of the state auditors department waived formal examination before County Judge Polsgrove Wo was held to await tho action of tho grand jury under 5000 bond which wan fur ilshed Hargis Taken To Irvine BeaUyvlllo KyTbosberlff and d nnrgt3jsonon their way to Irvine where Hargls will be confined until his trial Left 3lg Estate Owensboro KyJ R FrocIIck ot Lowlsport Hancock county received- a message to tbo effect that his grand father L R Frbellclc of Chicago hafr died and left bis entire estate valued it 67000 to himI MUST PROVIDE SAFEGUARDS To Protect Employes Says Kentucky High Court Frankfort Ky Holding that It Is the duly of corporations to throw ev cry safeguard around their employes for their protection from personal In jury and that when such safeguards are not established the corporations are liable for damages In cases of personal injury the court of appeals In an opinion by Judgo Hobson affirmed the Hart circuit court In the case ot the L N Railroad Co against Louis P Schroeder an employe sustaining a verdict of 12000 damages Schroeder lost a leg had an arm paralyzed his spine curved end was otherwise Injured by being struck by a lever on a water tank and knocked beneath a moving train on a sldo track This accident would not hava occurred had the men In charge of the train coming into the side track given proper signals MUST PAY TAX On Barns Destroyed By Night Riders at Amount of Insurance Frankfort KyFire Insurance poll Ilea on property burned in August aro assessable for taxation just the same as any other kind of property is tho opinion of Attorney General Breathy He received a letter from County As sessor Roach of Calloway county stating that the night riders had burned several barns belonging to a citizen of Calloway county in the month ot August but added that these barns had been Insured and the polities had not been listed for taxation lie de sired to know If they were taxable and bo was Informed that they should ba listed for taxation for just the amount the policies called for Summoned For inspection Louisville Ky Every socalled con ralpaloned officer In the Kentucky State Guard arrived In Louisville for a state inspection by the board of In spectors Col Jouctt Henry said that according to his belief not an officer In tho entire militia had a bona Ilcla commission On examination Is dependent the awarding of commissions Those who pass will receive them from the governor at once Ended His Life- i Owlngsville Ky Charles Starrstt a farmer of Sberburno was found In his residence with a bullet hole In his head and pistol by his side Ills daughter testified at the inquest that when ho came home and found her with her lover he became enraged and snapped a pistol at her four times but It failed to discharge May Honor Hodgenvllle Hodgenvllle KyThis city may have as her guests President Roosevelt and Presidentelect Taft the distin guished visitors coming within twp months of each other on national oc allIons Should this come to pass it will be an honor that was seldom be fore accorded to any city or town in the United States Held Without Ball Jackson KyMrs Amelia Men charged with the murder of Mrs Fan nie Tutt and her husband Theodore Allen charged with being an acces sory to that murder were after un examining trial remanded to Jail with cut ball to await action by the grand Jury Shelby Medal Missing Frankfort KyThe gold medallion presented to Gov Isaac Shelby by con gress 70 years ago for bravery at the batto of tho Thames that has been In a vault of the state capitol for CO years has been stolen but when U not known It Is valued at 1000 Engineer Scalded Lexington Edward Owens an en sheer terribly scalded when an en sine jumped the Chesapeake Ohio track and rolled down an embankment at Ashland Junction was brought hero Y find is In the Good Samaritan hospital He has a chance for recovery They Came Together Lexington Ky Cleve Smith of this city and James Chanter of Versailles came together The former had a re volver and the latter a knife Smith emptied the gun at Chanter and then hit him over the head with It That was the only blood spilled James A Hlndman Diet Louisville KyJames A Hlndmar aged 76 years who twice represented Barren county in the legislature died at tho Confederate home at Pewee Valley near hero He will be burled at Glasgow Drank Carbolic Acid Sit Sterling Ky Wick Simpson white painter attempted suicide here by drinking the contents of an ounce bottle of carbolic acid A doctor administered an antidote While ho Is in bad shape It Is believed he will recover No Pardons Granted Frankfort KyNo prisoner was pardoned from the penitentiaries ol the state on Thanksgiving Gov Will son is so busy entertaining Justice Harlan bo overlooked tbo custom w eeeoeo ea CI IIIEv T8U c I East Kentucky Correspondence I fiNews You Get Nowhere seiao airrtipoadenc pibUikri tales fii4 u fill fey Ut wtltn The Mme u lot lor pcblltttto felt u u rUtae el rood faith Wrttt pUinly o ooeoooooooo ttofr JACKSON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CQUN JUDGE We aro authorized to announce J W Mulllns of Egypt Ky a can dldato for County Judge of Jackson t County subject to the action of the Republican party ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce- S 3 Wolfe of Mauldeu Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County subject to the action of tho Republican party We are authorized to announce W- It Creech of Egypt Jackson Count Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County subject to the action 1f the Republican party McKKK McKee Nov 30 There was preach ing at the Academy last Sunday eve- nInglIr J R Hays cashier of Jack son County Bank is having a now residence erected J F Engle has had an additional story built to his residence which is nearing completion The lion Caleb Powers addressed an immense audenco in front of the Court House last Friday attcrnoo There was no actual count made but estimates vary from twelve hundred to two thousand people present The came from far and near on horseback afoot and In wagon and buggies Almost every part of the county was represented They began to arrive in town early in the morning and It soon became evident that only a small part of tho then growing crowd could be seated in the court room scan empty wagon was drawn up It front of the court house door and from this Mr Powers delivered his lecture Almost from the first to the last word the large audience gave him tho closest attention He was cheered loud and long when he ox pressed hla Intention to vote for J C Cloyd for Commonwealths Attorney because of tho part Mr B B Golden took in tho prosecution ol Powers in his recent trials I Tho Citizens regular correspon dent In McKee wishes It stated that ho did not write the letter appearing last week under a McKee date lineI He did not Tho letter was written by an active politician and business man of the town who wished his name withheld but in whose fairness and accuracy of information there Is every reason to have confidence The Mc Kee letter appearing elsewhere in this paper cleo was not written by the regular scrlbeEditoriIHDLEFOnK Mlddletork Nov 28 Thanksgiving was celebrated at Mrs Edna Tusseys school by Bible reading and prayers Mr John Holt bought a farm recent ly from Mr Cap Wilson Mrs Lavlna Angel visited relatives on Horse Lick Saturday and Sunday J W Angel sold Mr Will Gabbard and Dan Me Colhim a nice bunch of cattle last weekMr Oney Tussey has lagrlppo this weekMrs Edna Tusseys school will close Chrlifcnas day Little Robt Martin Is visiting at this place this week Mr Lewtn is losing votes In thiS vicinity on account of the men ho has speaking for him- ANNVIUR Annvllle Nov 23Mrs Nnnnln Price departed this lire Nov 17 and was burled the day following at the home grave yard The funeral ser man was preached by the Rev D S Smith of Egypt Mrs Price was a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Med lock andwaa a member of the Baptist goodjrtknew her The deceased leaves a husband and two small children to mourn her deathMr Frank King of Leslie County is on a few days visit to the home fo his grandfather Mr E Pennlngton Ir A T Neal has been very sick for a week but U some better vat this time Mrs Polly Akenmn has gone to be with her daughter Mrs Hannah Wells of Moores Creek who is very sick atI present Mr Leonard Medlock returned to his home at bango yesterday where he is teaching school The Rev Isaac Messier was a visitor of Mr R A Johnson Friday night Miss Minnie Reynolds of Corbin visited MISS Oma Akeman last week iSAAc4- t Isaacs Nov 28our singing school at Pigeon Roost closed Sunday with a very pleasant time After a halt hours march Mr Langdon delivered an Interesting farewell address Mrs Hannah Wells has a fine gjrlJ Land Robert L Davis have a steam mill which will be set the home of the former Oreeo nearI 4 r r nrfi weasarae +e IIC 1 t g ouwuwuuuwuuwvwuu I and General Willis left for Hamllto least weokMr Arch Baldwin and James Davis are successful hunters they caught two racoons Dud two opossums a few nights agoMrs G C Purkey has a fine boy born N- o1CMr Ray Akemon has rented the farm of Mrs Arkey Hacker Mr Oscar Rader and Miss Sarah Johnston were married Monday Nov 23 OLIN Olin Nov 18The death angel visited the home of Robert Welc November 3rd and took from them their beloved daughter Maggie She was a kind and affectionate girl and loved by all who knew her She bore her sickness with great patience and gave bright evidence of a hope In the Lord She Joined tho Baptis church a short time before her death She leaves a father mother four brothers and five sisters to mourn her death Cheer up dear friends and weep not for her We know it Is hard to part with those we love but God knows best and let ua be sub missive to his will and try to live such a life hero that in the end we can go to the dear one who Is gone on before What a consolation it Is Ito think that she has gone to thatII home of peace and love and that have a chance to some day meet her there where parting Is no more KKItnV KNOD Kerby Knob Nov 30Mr James Williams and son Tom went to Rich mold Friday with shingles Little China Click who got burned very badly a few days ago Is Improving Mr Henry Click is suffering with cat arrh of the handMr James Click of Ohio visited friends and relatives at this place last week Mr Bee and Nannle Williams Walter and Myrtle Click were the guests of Mr Henry Click and family Sunday evening Mr Allen Clemmons baby who has been sick for the past few months Is no betterThe wife of Mr Tom Po well has been seriously 111 for the pas three weeks with typhoid fever and heart trouble Mr Will fleece and family are selling out to go to Illi nodsMrs Good Abner and Mrs Chas Jones left Wednesday to Join their husbands In Indianapolis A great many of this vicinity went to McKee Friday to hear Caleb Powers speak Mrs Rosa Carpenter and daughter Laura visited at Mr Allen Clemmons from Friday till SundayCorn crops are very light in this partThe school at this place will close Christ mas day with an exhibition imAHSIIAW Bradshaw Nov 29Mr Caleb Pow ers mado the greatest speech in Mc Kee that has boen mado since W O Bradley spoke there We are having plenty of rain nowF F Judd and I his brother are doing fine work with their mill They are now fixing to I run a traction eAr to dispose of their lumber Mr M A Hunter is now preparing to build In Grajr Hawk S O Necly Just purchased a fine mare from Jag Robinson The Hayon saw mill has about 200 loss on the yard1Ihtr election Is now on hand The people think it will be a close mcellr John Sandlln was In town Friday for the first time In his life SAIJD OAP Sand Gap Nov 30We are having some nice rains of lateSaturday and Sunday last was regular church time it this place and the Rove G V 21cinmons and Wnr Powell were igaln chosen as pastor and assistant Cor the ensuing yearMany from this place attended the Powers speaking I it McKeo Friday John wife of Valley View Madlcon visited relatives here last veek CountyI David Durham Is on the sick fiev S P Bryant of Dig Hill has beeI recently visiting and lecturing in this vlclnltyJ R and J G Durham vIsI ted with home folks Saturday and Junday Under tho Taft administration and tho bright hope of the reelection of II C Faulkner the many stores at this place Aro progressing welllIoroce Durham and wife have moved into their new homo at this i placec S Durham Is preparing to slid a dwelling on his new farm in Packer Hollow Aunt Jane Durham I who has been visiting her children at larallton Ohio Is expected back atIan early dateour teacher J Javia visited home folks Saturday and lunday The school at this place gave a very nlceentcrtalnment and supper Thanksgiving A big crowd was present and all seemed to enjoy themselves ROtMASTlE COUNTY DISrilTANTA Dlsputanta Nov 23Thomas Cole at Knox County who has been VIsit- Ing his brother A B Cole has returned homeAndrow Loman and family r rlJ of Randolph 111 uro visiting friend nt tillS puce iuey expect to iciuri homo sufllu lutuient CUu beei busy giuuoniig their corn and repot a batter yield faun they expected The farmers have been killing tilelr hogs for fear they would get sick George Young and Miss Ella Gad were married at the homo of the brlce near Wildla Win Ballengcr has moved his big saY mill on Davis Brunei and expects to cut a large set pur chased of T D Miller and A T Ab nay John Hardln is moving to Hair llton Ohio We enjoyed a nice eX- hibition at Davis Branch school how Jast Friday conducted by Mrs James OggW A Hammond was in Mt Vernon last week on business Wesley Abney has moved tollrush Creek Dlsputanta Nov 2GWe are bas ing some very nice weather now Everything is dryThe Sunday school at Clear Creek is progressing nicely Misses Vlrgla Payne and Berth Rowlett were the guests of Mrs A T Abney Sunday Mrs It V Swin ford and little daughter Nannlo visited her father Rev L R Rowlett ol this place Monday There was meet Ing at Mrs Clarks Sunday evening GOOCBLAM- DGoocbland Nov 27Last Sunday was church day at Sycamore Worh on the church house and Odd Fellow Hall Is progressing wellA box supper was given at tho Garrelte schoolhouse Saturday night in order to hay a Christmas tree A good crowd waI present and supper all soldSanfordI fnaacs who four years ago enlisted In the U S Navy and has been in Norfolk Va since has returned home Carlo Lunsford visited Goochj land Saturday night Sherman han writes home from Norfolk Va that ho la now a sailor Mr and Mrs J C Phillips visited Mr and Mrs i Jerry Richardson at Dig lull Sunday Geo Cook of Doublellck and Etta qUlettYImarried free dinner and an Odd Fellows i march at this place recently This I was one ot the nicest gatherings ever held in Goochland At least 1000 people wero present and a table 100 set long was well supplied The Salvation army Is holding a Jubilee ok this place Geo Sparks and Forest llrockman of Eglon attended the Odd Fellows exercises ThursdaEllhramI Drew has gone to Drew I CLIMAX Climax Nov 22 Married Thurm lay Nov 18th Mr George Young to I Miss Ella OaddMr James Henry is very 11The infant child of J M Hector Is very sloeThe baby of Sherman Richmond died and was laid to rest In the Bud Abney grave yard ohn Morgans baby Sled and was laid to rest In the old Scaffold Cane came terrThe people of Climax are build- Ing a new church on High street Mas L Forsythe Is home from Hamll ton 0 to spend the winter Climax Dec 1Dorn to the wife of Ir Joiin Gadd a fine glrlDorn to the wife of Jno Young a 1016 lb boy Ny 2GBorn to the wife of Lewis brains a fine ten pound boy Nov 22 Mothers and babies are doing well J A Sexton Saylor Mulllugs and Geo Rector are working for J M lector this weekMr and Mm Jas fenry are slckD G Rector has ioigh a phonograph Rico Cousin Is In here buying cattle this weekThe- Odd Fellows had a march at Gooch tad Nov 26 A thousand people were present uvryyiGauley Nov HThe protracted netMnga held at Rcdhlll by Parker and Murray closed Wednesday Nov 8th with twentyfour additions to the church Seventeen were Immersed Wednesday evening Lyda Bullock went to Altamont last Friday to spend Thanksgiving with her sister Mrs Vm McDanlcl Quito a lot of sick less In this vicinity Frank Hampton has sold his tram to a Mr Chadwell and will go to Casey County to make his homo Caleb Mulllns attended church at Cruise SundayThos Bold- ed family of Dudley visited his sister Mrs Bettle Drew Saturday and Su- ndayo W Robinson is candidate for Circuit Couit clerk Mr and Mrs A J Sams visited Qulllcr Carpenters of Ivlngston Sunday Jas Bond moved to Laurel County last Friday Fred onder and John Reese went to Jcl IIco a few daya ago to work In the coal mlne Wm S Robinson better nown as Bill Foot is a candidate for Magistrate IIOIIINKT- R6blnet Nov 29Mrs Delia Allen la very III with typhoid faver Elmer and Richard Allen aged four and six respectively ate some berries oft a reed commonly known here as four odock from the effects of which it was thought they wculd not recover but by tile quick action of a doctor hey recovered all right W C Johnson gave a party Friday night Born Saturday night to the wife of J L Carpenter of Dango a fine yFrank Davis and wife of Clover i an rrwV Bottom visited M F Drew Saturday and SundayS D Martin and Milt Carpenter have just purchased a now magic lantern showA largo crowd o this place attended tho speaking of Caleb Powers at McKee Nov 28th Alex Drew and Ifttlo Freddie wero In Livingston Nov 2Cth Linda Bal lard Is planning an exhibition for the last day of her school Everybody be there iIOONP Boone Nov 30 George Lamb of Mote visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Miss Jennie Chasteen visited relatives in Madison County last weekThe Rev D S Phelps of Copper Creek was in this vicinity Friday and SaturdayMr and Mrs D Bollcn wero guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Levett SundayMr and Mrs John Wren mado a business trip to Berca last Saturday Mr Sam Croutcher recently moved to a house belonging to Mr James Grant Sun day school closed Sunday with a small attendance owing to the rain which fell Saturday night and Sunday morn Ing Miss Laura Taylor of Conway visited Talllha Coylo SundayMr and Mrs D Bollcn visited their daughter Mra George Bunch In Rich mond last wookMr Ovcl Cope of Clear Creek woo In this vicinity Sun day OWSLFv conanY YINCTavT andIusual Schools holding fairly good for the time Corn Is 7Ec per bushel Big school rally at Boonevlllo Dec 1st Bird hunters from in and around Beattyvllle gave us a call thru Thanksgiving James Smith of this place has moved to Meadow Creek near Boonevllle W II Ven nble was at Idaraay Thursday on business Frank Kcndrlck of Sturgeon has moved Into tho property recent ly vacated by James Trial of this placeMr S P Caudell of Travelers Hest killed a fine wild turkey a few days agoS A Caudoll who has been away for nearly twelve months working for the Freeman Portrait Company returned homo a few days agoRev Dan Brown filled his reg ular appointment at Nocdmoro Sun dayT U Venable was at Heldcl burg Thursday IIOOMKVIIII gatheringIover more and it la of better quality than was expected Tho usual number of hogs have been fattened and the farmers are feasting on spare ribs and back bones Tho turkey crop was excellent this season and there was no ex cuse for not having a nlco turkey for Thanksgiving dinner We have more to be thankful for this year than for many years post We are at pence with all mankind and the women folks likewise Prosperity and plenty abound In every community It any man Is without money or the necess aries of life It is because ho is too trifling to work Farmcra products havo a ready tale at a rod price that tobacco crop that has caused so much night riding and bloodshed In our old Kentucky homos has been sold at an exorbitant price Tho election of Governor Wlllson in Ken tucky and tho lion W II Taft for president of tho United Statcq assures us of a continuance of tho Rood times for at least tour more years Then why should we not bo thankful as a people Tho County Republican Executive committee met on tho 21st Inst and called n primary election to be held on the 10th day of April 1009 to nomInate candidates to be voted for at tho regular November elec tion 19C9 to flit tile various offices of Owsley County for tho next four years Candidates are springing up all over the county like waterweeds TAJT Taft Nov 29Mr Mows Matthews and Mrs Rosa Sizemore were married yetrterday A protracted meeting held Mu C aided M mice W at Mt Carmel closed today Misses Nannie and Sarah McDantel wore the guests of Ary Moore Mies Minnie Matthews todayr People gathering corn and It Is plenti ful In this neighborhood Mr Marlon has purchased it farm from D B MoorsJ R Banks passed thru hero yesterday Matthews has declared hlmsvlf candidate for Jailor Protracted meeting begins at Cor ent church Wednesday Box supper held at mouth of Onlcy last night and all report a fine time ESTILL Fox Nov 23Mss Bessie Cruise is on tho sick list this week Mies liar rlOlt Stone was In Waco Saturday to Lave her eyes treatedK Calls gher and Kdtfar Moore were In mond Saturday on lwlncss are having great sport now Dick Cobb Glp and the cashier of the Waco Bank were on our side of the Friday engaging In the port Click Is progressing nicely with W II Roses houie Mrs Anne visited Salllo Moberl- yThursdayAlgln Horn live near Doonsboro next year Edwin shire and Dud Wlnborn who lived near Iron Mound recently moved to Texas Allen Drookahlre of Irvine I visited relatives In our town Sunday Corn gathering will soon bo over Corn IK generally very round this year Richardson brothers and J P Steno are doing a very good business with their saw mill at the month of Drowning Creek Willie Click Stan Pucket and Sheridan attended preaching At Corinth last Saturday night James Turpln at N E Curtis SundayUncle Tom Rainey woo hurried Sunday at the WAlters cemetery Old ago was said to be the cause of his death He wu un married Tho sick of tho neighbor hood are generally Improving Fox Nov 3OA1rln horn Is mov- Ing near Boonnboro DIHard Continued on fourth Page THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN THE CITIZEN gives you more than the worth of your money and is growing bettor nil the lime Just compare it with the other newspapers you see You can get others as cheap but either lire not as good or they are not made for the mountains or Ihpy do not give as touch Just look nt a few of the things we am giving you now NEWS nil the news of the world of thin country of the is worth reading All the news of the inouutninn that we can get and more than soy other paper gives AlI tho news of dozens of mountain towns where correnpondnuta write to us every litho while CATTLE AH the latest cattle prices aim the prices on ties and tanbark spokes etc FARM HINTS A good column 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things of that kind And It hns places for you to keep account of your eximnHCH and earn ing nnd of what bought and nold nnd any thing elce want tore noinlaur If you are a farm er it is just the thing you want Tho Calculator 85 cents The Citizen SlOO Both worth J14S5 for 110 No 3The National Handy Package Just tho thing wlfo has boon looking for Needles and pIris of all klndH More than a quarters worth usually noils for n quarter Wo sell it with The Citizen for ton cents IIiuKly 26 c ntrTito tUtlenn f 100 5125 for 11- 0No4A book The Mountain of Kentucky By William II Hnnoy a mountain man tolling tho history and the condition of the mountain Mho sees them Tho hook in worth t6flbut wo will sell it with The Citizen for 60 cents Tho book S160 Tho Citizen 100 Hoth worth 1260 160 No SAnother bookJesus of Nazareth A Ono lIfo of Christ by the novo Dr William E Barton A tine book In beautiful binding with 8W Illustrntlonfl an ornament to any home and a good hook to rend The usual price iH260 but we sell It for 1100 The book 2GO Tho Citizen fl00 Both worth ItO for 20- 0You can get one of these with your Citizen Just write to The citizen flares Toll us that want to renew plallllJhoalso send your check OR YOU CAN GO TO OUR AGENTS- We havo n lot of them and they can tithe nubscrlptlon and Nand year namo and money and most of them can the premiums If they havent wo will them to 011111 soon as wo get your money No premium aro sent till tho money in pail If you want to do that go to one of tiaras people llrcnthltt County Andrew Bowniin Athol CUr Counly dory Mona Durnlng Springs Henry told Kitlll ConnlyTaliths Lopdon Hippjlop dime R Lane Cedar Grove mine Slllc Kindred Locust Brtncb Mr lei Lane Button J onCountyAHVlllim AlcomDr A T NulArmlIIe- J M Rillejr Bndthaw Mla Anna Powell Clnvrr Bottom- J done Evergreen lichen County Bank McKte N J Miss and aro done Mocro Moses COUNTY sox J Rich Hunter Witt river Willie Click Mrs will Brook Powell visited Hall they and state that and many get 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