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J 8s 0 lEREA PUISLISHINQCO o IMOOKI UKATK1 o- je STANLEY FROST Maaaget 0 AWtrtd m brkwCoeoaooeoaooooofoeoeoao TFvna c ntn a MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 24 10D8 One Dollar a year No 20 I INILhTIIIAL IllILOitO II n NEWS OF THE WEEK Plttbure Graft Scandal Taft nestln In South England In Fear of Indian Outbreak Oattro Finally Deposed by Gomez UIUDBRY SCANDALA corrupt polities scandal which soema HUeljr to bo nlnwst as Wg as that jn San Frauclsoo bat been started In Pitts burg where seven oounollmen and two bankers have been arrwted charged with corruption A Voters League Is baek of the prosecution and further revelation aro promlaod Gratters aro haying a luyd time of ItI these days TAFT ItBSTINa Secretary Taft has gone South to rat during thq winter before his Inauguration next spring ENCILASD ruts INDIA The fear In Hngland that there will be another outbreak In India whore thorc were uGh horrible raoswuiros sixty years ago is Increasing and officials are doing every thing they iwn la pacify the natives CASTRO DOWN AND OUTCas tro has finally teen deposed as president of Venottila u A result of a revolt of the men bo left In charge A new Cabinet of men not bee friends his bcon formed Alto tho trouble with Holland has been sot tied by revoking tho decree that caused Uw trouble Castro got out of it nicely however for he saved several million dollars as president and Has taken It with him to Europe There Is no danger of his suffering from poverty In hla old age It Js repotted that bo has spent a little of It In hiring a man to make an attempt to fell tho new president The attempt tailed NEW AIR SHIP KECOIID Wilbut Wright has made a new record with his aoroplano In France eoveral re cords In fact Ho has flown as high as 350 feet and has stayed In tho i air nearly two hours travelling some itthinG like a hundred miles HENS CHEATED A number of high bred hens which are being ex- hibitedr K In t poultry show In Chicago have had a mean trick played on them Tho show Is opened VP In the evening The hens go to roust at the usual time and then when the tights aro turned on at night think a new day has arrived It Is said they now lay two eggs each day j BROKER EUOTA little shooting In Now York which helps show that j 4 grpat cIty Is not sO good as It pro tends to bo took place last week A Wall street l rohtf and an Inventor had a dispute otllr a loan and the Inventor snot tho broker OREAH BTRPO DOWNs Judge OTlfur retired last Friday as Chief Justice tho he romalba on tho bench of tho Court of Appeals Having boon rjBelocted he will again become Chief Janiced In ISIS r GRAFTERS JAILED farce X tho former state officials of PenneyI J 1 vnnla who have been convicted cf stealing from the government In con r i nectlon with the building of the state i capitol have boon tentonced to tw- 1ter years each In prison This Is probably f the worst piece of graft that faaa ever S been put thru under the name of the Republican party m Iesltv r tlrp enjoy rood health This Iri u itrlbll FII io lh fact thin t 4 + rv leg class of Italy not leas an these of other Furopcan ia rik a I tl THEC1TIZENJDevo- teddto the Interests of the Mountain People IIVol copyBEREA DECEMBER POLITICAL THIEVES CAUGHT The conviction of the Fuunsylvnnin prafttrs who hid their thefts under the skirts of tilt Republican party should remind us all that graft is not party matter A thief will call himself by whatever name ho thinks is most likely to give him the best chance to steal and the fact Unit n thief is n Republican or n Democrat should not be charged to tho party ho has joined for the sake of plunder neither should D man feel that he should protect a thief beumso that thief hUll jolted t the limo party Tho man who commits crime under cover of friendship only aggravates tho crime IVALU OF FREEDOM Tho great Empire of Turkey has just hold its first election Bal- lot boxes wore filled for the drat timeand for the firnt time officials chosen bytho people are taking office The now jmrliiimeiit IHIH been opened and Turkey now line for the first time In history a very few I of the liberties which wo enjoy Tho beginning of this liberty has been celebrated In every way which could be imagined The ballot boxes wore onrried thru the I htrvots of Oonfitntjtluuple at the hood of u procession two miles long iawhioh note ministers nod high public oillci lH Old own wept as they cast their ballots and the whole nation has bran profoundly stirred Turkey which has never had freedom knows its value Hud has reo cowed It as n mull precious pofwepston Our furufatheis here had liberty for hundreds of yenta and today wo have HO tar forgotten what it would be like to ho without it I that we pay no Htteutiou to oriujas against it and ntttmptH to prevent it which would not bu for a moment lolorated in this now Turkey We allow men to buy ellctious to corrupt the tmlTragp which is the surest guardian of our liberties to atetd tho eleetinus which are the moons expressing our freedom and to betray tilt trusts ir pus ed on them by u free people and yet pay little attention to theHu8lir vices or even npplaud the succeis which tho criminnlH have won by crime against our must precious of posseHsiiins Wo siem to think that a stolen elictiun is n wrung only to the opposing candidates and do not consider bat the rights of freedom have been attacked Recently In u puper whiub is printed not n thousand miles from hero njipeurwl the siHiemeut that rot election hind been attended by tilt most terrible frauds and corruption but it added Let bygoues bobygnnes It wanted no hard fedIu tllIHJlccJlon theirs it declared that now it was allover Mere ought to be no htlro- ITghUnJ11i short unit men who had stolen the the election ought to lit The editor of that paper WON niico a rnndidate for n state office and yet bore little ho knows about the fundamental things- of our govnrninent how little about real freedom mid how unsafe a man he would have he to have charge of any of till inlorests of n free people lIe Is villiuij to have nay kind of luws you want but after tho crime boa been committed he pnjsL byprurit lip byponw Ve all of us liiivn H lot to learn about fret vet Wo must know II lint our rights nip and hew they nioj he prohrif1IIlld unfit lotiru to recounts nt a public enemy any man who attempts to corrupt Hit election nrwho letrnys the trust given him by this people I We mist lenru that such n man libsbeen ns great n traitor to his party as to tilt pAllll thud his cliooiup tin party we belong to fur his vile purpsen incren e the dnmnge to us nod fs another rea son forattackiug him hind nttmnpting to punish him Let us try to put ourselves in tho plnco of these benighted Turks who have just received this right to vote nnd try to feel as they would fenl n4ntany one who tried Ip steal their new fonnd freedom by buying ijip el ection or hg fraud or lyiiia promises If WP can once do tlmt tliern wound boa ureat iinprnrement in jroveruiiuiit nil over this broad land of oats nnd tiuhIN mnpli would benefit greatlv the only suffer ers would be thii political thieves who have f1116 into polities be valise they think that is easier than stealing straight NEGRO SCHOOL Extract from Lexington Leader Gives Correct Account ofPresent State of the Undertaking and Pres Frosts Speech for the Scbool President Frost had a rather complicated but exceedingly interesting story to tell and It appeared that scsss of the newspaper accounts havo Uca only iafUatlr corr L tko jest ot the matter Is that by ralnlug50 iK0 Kentucky can secure a sclical ot tho Tuakcgue pattern with equipment and endowment worth eight times that sum The need Is evident All thn leading papers of tbe Stato concur with the Courier fourual which says Of all thin Souther States Kentucky ba so far dose jeart Such a school u IB proposed will be ot iaeateuable valueThe I n9 p MV will be U the h R4a et Berea Celleis ustll a MW i ti 5 t 1 and representative board of trustees can bo organized The teaching force will bq partly white and partly colored The location yet to bo selected will bo In tho country rather than in any town and accessible from all parts ot the State The courses of Instruction will bo for tho training of teachers Who shall havo an Interest In industrial training and for cultivating man ual skill and efficiency There will aleo be scholarships to anslat students who mjiy profit by longer courses of sinuf tit other Institutions so as to ralso uji an Intalllccnt0ddorshlp The oquipn nt must include a school build lug Indjitrfiit neat tuts for both men and woinea a girls dennjiory whir boarding hall for both sexes a boys dormitory a homo for white teachers and a homo for colored teachers barns and a large tract of land Co operation will be sought with all ex iting schools and aUtke religious bodies of the state Beren College WM by the Day Law Continued on fourth pane t aunt I 01 1tEnEA GUlLS AM I IOIITKUS OF TilE dARN THAT YOU MAY EARN I THO best reason for getting an edu cation Is self Improvement but there I aro other reasons which are very strong such as the pleasure ot learn lug and the money that can be made through education- A very little education of tho right Kind will increase ones earning power Take a few examples Here are tour young men who have studied farming more or less at Be rea one of them two terms one four terms and tho other two olx terma each One of them is now a farm foreman bt a salary of 800 per Year Tho other three are all man form of their own and claim JOO to 300 more than they could ever havo made If they had Hot learned what they did d- ODd farming nt Borca Hero are two young ladles who stud ied music at Bores One of them learned to play the cabinet organ so well that she can give lessons She Is lathing from if to 20 per month by giving leosons on tha cabinet or gan within riding distance of ber own home The other young lady might earn Just as much She plays the organ In the church and Sunday school and knows that she can earn money by giving lessons whenever she chases This Is education that pays Here are six young men who have fatten the bricklaying course at Be rea During the summer they have earned 300 and 1400 and oven 500 per day laying brick This Is educa tion that pays Hero are three young men who have studied in the Commercial school at Berea They all have good positions and are earning from 500 to 1000 each This is education that pays Hero ore six young men that have studied Carpentry and Woodwork Machinery at Berea One of them Isa contractor and builder another owns a mill ot his own and the othI Coutluu4t pit fourth page IN Congress Acting Up Toward the Pres Ident Little Likllhood of Any Vatu able Legislation This Session Knox Chosen to Head Taft Cabinet Washington D C December 21 1003 Congress Ic behaving somewhat like a set of whooi children who know that their teacher Is soon to be removed the trend of events during the past week has shown the delight which the lawmaking end of the Capital takes In displaying Its independence from President Roosevelt now that he Is soon to leave office It did not use to be Independent On Thursday the House of Rep resentatives passed by acclamation a resolution demanding thatllr Roosevelt defend his statement made in the annual message that Congress cut off the money for the detectives because it feared Investigation of Its own members On Wednesday the Senate had prepared tho way for action of the same sort by referring ton committee which favors It a resolu tion introduced by Senator Aldrich for the purpose of empowering the Appropriations Committee of the Senate to investigate the Presidents charges and report whether they wero justified by facts When the resolution passes it Is expected that tho Commit tee will report that the President was vrocjr and will ask ns did the House lommlttco that the President make good his allegations As In the House the action ot tho Senate was unani mous except that there was a friendly rivalry between the Republicans led by Aldrich and tho Democrata led by Culberson ot Texas as to which should be the most violent In tho movement against tho Presl lentThe correct comment on this state of affairs was made by RYf re ontatlve Watson of Indiana who said Con Kreca would not have dared to pass any resolutions of criticism aimed at the President a year ago this time they think that the President Is go- Ing out of office now and It will be safe i Of t vtf 0 WoqThe Citizen Is Growing Rapo b Idly Let Your Business g Keep Paco With it By Adver g 0o q ra senunwnwnwnsnnoaorn s A mOIl110IBEREA COLLEGE fautjfigisklng WASHINGTON Usingc On his part Mr Roosevelt does not seem disturbed In the slightest but Is preparing an answer to the House resolution which promises to bo a bit ter pill for Congress He called upon Mr Taft for advice last Thursday not wanting to carry his revenge up on Congress to the point where ItJmight trouble the next administration It la said that he accordingly plans to retrain from any alarming exposures CongressmenI prove that ho Io right In saying that certain members were fearful of Investigation and then will rebuke tho House In a lofty tone Other signs of the strained situation which exists between Congress frequentthisa special message to the Capital denouncing as false the accusations that havo been made by New York and Indiana newspapers recently to tho effect that the purchase of the Pa name Canal was dishonestly handled In this message Mr Roosevelt used some exceedingly strong words as Is his habit when aroused by wrongful attacks Tho Senators sat and laughed as the message was being read fem phasIng each hot sentence by smiles and tittering No action has been taken by Congress In connec tion with this message Continued on Firth Page t THINGS TO THINK OF All things therefore whatsoever jo would that men should do to you do ye even po to thorn Golden Ririe Dare to bo true Nothing food pan need a lie The camel cannot seo Its hump but plainly sees the ones on its1 neighbors Ho who depends on bia neighbors will go to bed biihgry A wise enemy is better than a stupid frlerd Cross tho niahlhg stream but boware of the quiet noiseless one In this world there aro three things not to be trustedr luck women end horses Mounting u a horse loosing the hunting dogs and hearing earrings rattle drives dull care away Moorish Proverbs wyli Wonderful Offer 4 1 BETTER THAN I HAVE EVER MADE BEFORE r Winter Overcoats Mens and Boys Suits I ALL AT A BARGAIN ALL AT A BARGAIN c If you need any garment of this kind you cannot afford to overlook this opportunity 14ji r have a strong and heavy line of winter overcoats and mens and boys suits to closeout fI guarantee to perfectly satisfy you in every way with these garments tH Special Sale begins Saturday Dec l2 lAND LASTS ONLY FOR A LIMITED TIMEa vt I haye also s special uptodate line of ladies coats and furs at low prices My lines of shoes and gents furnishing gooU are complete uptodate and full of Big Values for Your I GM TREADWAy Berea Kentuckyi I MAIN STREET I jt 0r 1 r- I = io 1 1e J fTHE rlGHor t NOW NO lDZCPIPAT THAN yiw JJ ir7 N Now Years eve 1704 Lord John Langley walked into Derlvals Inn on a little street back of The Mall Somo of the young bloods the guests of Sir James Johnstone as was their wont were spending the afternoon In carousal there Langley had been absent from tbo town for two years following a quarrel srltJj Lady Anne Marslen to whom ho was paying court None In London or Indeed in England had been able to say with certainty In that time where he could bo found although It was known that ho had TJztted many of the larger cities of tho utRehlosat his rcQucstfor secrecy the former Introduced him themhadfore an easy matter to befoul them The afternoon was spent with cards nnd wine Langley partaking some readtlyattakee and lu the cnd loslng to him 2000 guineas After wiuuMy other mattes He bad been talking in low tones with flungIdaWMS silence then Langley not loudly but quite plainly JIAldnAn I do not kiss a maid of high degree on her way to my Lady Templetons ball tonight you press toe for tho Jobt An I do It you write me freer drylyThe1 my llfo on IttrlaJng as ho spoke ranIntonew which two lusty fellows wer endeavoring to patch Another stood near them holding a rude torch giving a sufficient but not brilliant light Tha glow threepereoneIIzzllRg creature Lady wary uouricnay He bowed Lady ho said softly lie la tbo matter of a Vise Agala she started The elderly man In tho carriage cried theteflaRt the fellows who had been mending the harness ran toward her At this moment there was another diversion Four tat five horsemen came riding swiftly along the roadway one LadyoCofrtenaylSho answered with a joyous little cry Ills practiced oyo at dace noted something unusual In the grouping around the car rte Whom have wo here lie demanded uliarply and then to his men Draw but uwalt my further orders Langley fitlll standing by tho carriage looked towards the speaker CMY lord ho said calmly youll flail mo at Derlvals Inn at any time Tko officer leaned forward eagerly aad regarded Langley with a puzzled air I will be thereat once follow he replied us ho drew himself up lathe room of ibis cargjuftl Langley end Forest faced peck J 4 JeN Pollt l 12 fcWJltJJ other the timers men like himself wearing the uniform of the famous niues standlBg somq dlgta t41 ehad litsi and near the door Forest backed a few Incite II Langteys height and was not so stout la frame More6verr his fair hair blue eyes and flno features gave Lint an Appearance so boyish as to make It almostjapoeslble beUeve tkt he had sea years of war vtce lie lookeltek01iRger than Langley as they stood eyolsR each other l ra EJomeat In tho light of tho many candles placed at various vantage points around tho room Few words were wasted As Forest rtrertangley passed his arms behind his cars tho mustachios came off and ho threw them on the table Not until then did Forest recognize him I thought I had not mIstaken the voice he eald with an odd mixture of sternness and sorrow In his tone defend yourself my lard Instantly Langley weapon was out and at once the two were engaged Langlcya friends had always dcclkrer4 knot to be tho greatest awordswaa In Kngland and la traCk lie might like a veteran In such encounters as indeed to was The watchers looked to see him score an easy victory and won I dered he would content himself with the mor drawlnp of blood for twas said ho could strike almost where ho listed or whether be was bent upon Forests death Hut presently they began to notice that all his tricks and feints were met by Forest with a quiet determined Kor many minutes Langley pressed but always he failed to get behind the guard that seemed to be as wide and as high ns Forest himself and to Consist ot not one but many bars of tested steel A candle fell from Its pineo and still alight rolled tho floor until It stopped near feet The caught their breath suppose fce should sUp upon It or Its flame should but almost quicker than their thoughts he moved one loot and sent tho candle rolling to the the Impact with which put out Ha light And yet he ba oat for a second moved his eyes from Langley face o tsadc one false move In meeting the lallera attacks Th soldiers at the door smiled knowingly Tbo others ro garded Forest with amazement but no ono spoke some began to breathe harder even than tho two who we fighting Presently at the close of a more determined attack by Langley which as tho others bad done failed Forest took a step forward Ills arm seemed to moves a itttl more rapidly than before and though Langley tried no to do so he gave ground Again and again he was compelled to Jo this Twice Lord Forwta rapier ripped hla coat onco on tho left rnd onco on the right shoulder The onlooker thought at flrnt that this was a Taro accident that no man could uso a weapon with such deadly nicety In the heat of conflict until Lauglcys coat was again ripped by that darting tongue of steel this time under the loft arm and a moment thereafter under tho right Y WZ E OT a aeveral rapidly whether coolness Forests The watchers marveled at the wonderful steadiness ot For oats hand as he held his rapier there and still more at bis sudden fowerla of It Before they could recover from ta fraton ishment he halt thrust It Into the scabbard Jack iwaa a sbaH JCH thing thou wouldsl hajre done tray o aflbiBeod wife Langley gasped WbatT My ytlto to be God bless her returned Forest And what of Lady Anne Marstenf Langley asked with aa assumption of roUghnesa hfa tremulous HpBbclled She waits for thee andahell wait alway an thou Cltt aot to her sotruo she is Jack1 Forest went on gently The Lady Anne waa repository of the love senrotarof Lady Courtenay anti mySc when each fueled tbo othferflld not love She brought us to gether but all h ltw1oro I for theo onl Langley who was staring at hIm eagerly cried e4 fro blind I weal Charles sold Langley presently sad Forest aaatied kapfillr at UieiunBo I deserve death at lay hands God rant yea IM 7 never regret tho sparing of my life J 11 q ASCENSION OF OUR LORD Soadiy Scbctl LJHOO rot Ja 3 19M- Spd lly Arranged ler This Piper IBS8ON TEXT Acts I Ml Memory vrrsM S P U01DKV TBXTAnd It came in paN while lie bltutd them he Istavened from llitw and carried Into Luke 119- 1TullThe erring of A D 0 The Ascension May U Ihl Un days wall InK Maf Ir pJ lI ACI3 The Afc niilon waa from Oil vet near Bethany The mcollna place of the rtliclplea was In the upper room In JcTuaaltm rr Acn IN iiisronYTho ciow of the earthly life of Jeeur Christ The birth of the Christian religion Comment and Suggestive Thought The life of Jesun on earth Including 1 What ho was 2 What ho did 3 What ho taught was nn essential condition of all his power during thjcenturies of Christianity It made him a veal being to us while unseen on earth It Illustrates his teachings tor all ages It was a perpetual Ideal by which to test all wo are and do and teach It Is In Itself a supremo power to Influence characterIIllustrations I know of no discor 1 dant note among educators In tho tes timony that The greatest thing a teacher ever brings to n child ts not the subject matter but tho upUtIwhich comes from heart contact with a groat personality President Chance F Thwlng records I the results of a very Interesting study of 60 representative men toJQsctiilons Involving tho best thing i lege does for a mon Tho entire drill of the testimony was that tbo most these men got from college was Inspi ration from life contact with great i leaders No nobler feeling says than admiration for owe bl hCarlylejhimself dwells In tho breast of man It Is to this hour and at all hours the vivifying Influence In mans life The promise of the Father was tho special overflowing gift of the Holy Spirit as wo learn from ropes S and 8 and the fulfillment of the promise In the next chapter The Fa her had promised this gift through Joel 2sVJ SO ae Hewn In lots 3 17 IS through Isaiah 4SJ5 H3 Haagal 25 2t ebsriah 16 1210 12 1CThe promise Is called Tho Premise promisesdTho disciples wore the Instrumen tality used by the Great Leader God heartsdpoweroao far como and Is to come In Its employsrodllclploKirtleyapostles In the story of tho Acts were continuedtof The Finn Gospel I c Saint epItie I first of our four gospels shows that tho apostles not only preached the facts of Jesus life but tbo significance or the life which Jesus continued to teach them through their own ex parlance guided and Inspired by the Holy Spirit rromlao bythe3 They Were changed transformed by the Holy Spirit Into now men titled Jo carry en tho work of Christ 4 They knew tho facts about Christ and they experienced his pretence And his teachings so that they could bo witnesses to tho wholo world It wart at this limo doubtless that odydescribeda change Is signified by his appear ance as John saw him Uov 11210 The Importance of tho Ascension 1 It Is the one fitting ending to the earthly life of Jesus Coming from the Father ho returns to tho Father ont3 It kept before tho disciples the SUIOUfWotrust a dead Savlous but one who Is alive fororeimoro peoplelaflnitely 1 earthly place whore but tow could come Into hIs near presence estheirC It enables us to realize his dl vinity without losing his humanity 7 It gives us the Idea orhllIKingdom RS a spiritual kbgdom of righteousness 8 The doctrlno of the with its hope of f ture KJ transfigured soq of wan aKcensloajJew or Greek but of man throne adds new dignity tUkeRoas cended and enthroned The power of an Cl1rlstJChristians the Ideal for each personal tOMitnMwhich each disciple Is laboring and ta asdw rTile assurance of gucg4 Jlla + Ittlkty IrIII BUIED A CALF BARN AND BUI D IT MlHTt Sumo of the Essential Points in Its Construction By Y V D Hoard havo recently received novcrnl asking tor the plan of tho IWtI on Hoards herewith barn present and DairymantarlllI of earn tho essentials to bo considered In Iof a place for keeping 1 A cnir should always bo kept dry In order to do Ihts a good floor should r bejidt IK tha barn and thickly cov tredawltb fled dry bedding It Is 1m I possible to wire a strong healthy calf unless It In kept dry and oleos 2 A warm puro atmosphere Is re I qulMdforlrowing calved A warm eta ble Is mado by conttructlng a of nt least mid dead alt space Sheet on the outside of the 2x4s drop std SELECTION OF- otnREEDING HOGS Taken as a wholes theta Is no marked difference between the early maturing qualities of the Poland China Duroc Jersey Chester White or llcrkshlrcr breeds of hOI Neither has It bccnproven ono has say marked superiority over tho other na- to the milt ut which flesh step be laid on or tho chespn M of gains The chttractetUllcs of these broads aro and there are special 1weUnurked that ono brood to a greater degrees then the others still conildcrhiK the fac ton which dqtonalno almost entirely thojpront or toss In hoc raising name ly fcciindliy rata and cheapness oft moro marked difference will Ua TuUt1d betwceq Indhldwda of tllo rams breed than belwron any of the abuts breedA taken collectively It td therefore necessary whether brcecllrig pnrftbrrd both or grades to consider tbelndlvlduBl carefully when select lag breeding animals Tho fecundity of sows always np ijcala to hog ralsen Tho site of Ut lets varies with Lrcvd to some ex tent tint nUil moro with individuals Statistics compiled by the Indiana ex t periment ktatibn show that the aver age s4ie of Boreral hundred Poland r China Dcrkshlro and Chester White lltjfni weitj Poland China Gli lga to itio Jitter llerkshlrc sgvcu plgn to tho Utter and Chester White 76 pics to the Utter Ilowuvor lltterq of theta breeds will vary from threo or four to ton or moro pigs to tho Utter Con mcmcnt and ovarfcttenlng toad to ro duco fecundity Again sows that aro IngRlah pr oterrcflncd In typo aro usually indifferent breeders So tar ar known the sow controls tho site of w Utters and sloes fecundity Is largely KM Individual or family cbaracterjctlc it la good pulley to select brood sows only from Utters of which rt Icatt t seven pigs havo been successfully raised In selecting breeding hop either palateIRlso tar age quality and teat aad toga To thoroughly Inspect a hoC It Is necessary to view It from tho side front and rear both standing and In motion Frost tko sldo the hog should A large pu with apace Tor froth filcepluK awl tecdir c can be arranged l Sllh A floor PHMM half to Insure a Jr iky Iwfl Tlk t kr If tNt BO that tho floored 1 lag paper on the Inside nnd ccvci with matched flooring Pura air It provided by tho King system ol vcnlllnllonThlB will remove the air which tho nnfmals havd breathed but to keep tho stable sweet It must be cleaned often and kept well supplied ruu bcddljig I The salt bars should taro plenty of windows There Is nothing more bcncflclll to tho calf and moro In jurious to disease producing pactcrla than an abundance of light There IK nothing any cheaper than light why not use It T 4 Tho calf barn should bo mado bandy As Is Indicated In the plan on this page a feeding alley tour fret wide extends on thrco sides of tho calf pen When the estrus aro fed with milk they aro fastened In stanchions sad uu II Ground Plan the wall with that tho feeder bas no trouble with them Each ono Js held In his place Tho wldo alloy makes It part to give each calf Itrmhk find other feeds S The calf Pen should bo made so that It can bo divided into several apartments A calf when but two or throo weeks old when turned Into a pen with others two or throes months old Is more or lean handicapped sees cially If thfl younger calf Is not strong and rugged A yea with severs dlvl stuns permits the grouping ot salver according to slie and strength h h h show a rather short head full jowl and neck n strong rather arched bad without say depression back of Ute shoulders or at tho loin a deep body of good length and a deep well rounded Juan From root and rear tho lido lines of tho body should bo straight and parallel and this wilt be truo It the development of shoulder spring of rib and ham aro uniform Rood quality Is Indicated by One hair medium bone absence of wrin kles and general coarseness HOI coons In typo tnatura slowly and fatten Indifferently Those possessing harsh hafrnnd skin and showing wrln porkBreeding short strong legs and strong upright pas terns Lack ot sufficient bono as shown by weak broken down pasterns Is a summary defect noticeable la brood sows especially tboso that havo been fed largely on corn In fact feed has much to do with development and strength of bono A low weak back Indicates weakness fend no young sow sholns such a defect should bo saved tor breeding These two defects weak pasterns and backs may bo readily noticed when the pig Is moved and often whoa standing Other com moo faults aro tonrso shoulders open ion toppoorly sprung short ribs and narrow join foodformne lnk lrI1 maturing qualities By selecting well formed purobrquality tho best combination 11110 cured This combination ot good qualities may ba secured in ono breed but moro often hot raisers attempt to secure them by selecting sows of ono brood and boars of another Thero Is planItequally good or better results coq bo obtained by stjcklng to ono breed and making a careful selection of all breeding stock Feed for EppsAt noon give some cutup vegetables and twlco n week tralufoalcorntoearlyhalchtdfor steady laying I J Make a Sectional Floor for Hog Pen ataeettbAtaDolaPeaU WfI section of tho pea la 8 tent square It Is mado of stronic materials usual ly 2inch by 1 Indt stuff naA itlen deals in the bottom of pee fI NOT ALWAYS EASY TO MILL Did You Ever Practice Cheerfulness In Narrowing Circumstances It Is comparatively easy to bo pleat ant aud cheerful when our breadand butter problem Is solved when we ore strong and healthy when wo have bar monlous comfortable homed nnd money In the bank but tho test of character cornel when there Is a tarn ily to support when a wife nnd llttlo onus aro looking to UB for bread and clothing and Iho wolf le pretty near the door when wo are struggling against poor health n discordant home a dishonest partner It Is a very difficult thing to be cheerful and hopeful when a man Is out of a job with ho money In tho bank and an Invalid wife nnd children depending upon him It Is comparatively easy to bo opUm istic when tho granary Is toil when theca aro no clouds on tho horizon but a very difficult thing to be hopeful and cheerful when the capital Is small and business poor It Is hard to be optim lofts when notes and bills are coming duo and tbero is no money to piiy for gouda which lie unsold on the shelves It Is easy to smile when wo aro well and everything la coming our way but when everything goes wrong with ua When undergoing misfortunes or hard ships when those near to us aro sick and In distress when poverty pinches whoa the flour Is gutting low hi tho barrel and hungry children look long Jasly Intd uses face then it Is not so oany to cmllo to give tho cordial hand shako to be serene balanced and potted Uut this la just tho time that real character that flno training will stand one In good stead Orison Swett Mnrdcn in Success Magazine PlpeonaIiIs tho possessor of some rare carrier pigeons He hoe one pair of which the father and mother have R rcord of flying from Minneapolis Minn to Bos ton In CO hours For tho leaf thousand miles of their flight they flew against a nortHeaat storm arriving with Ice and snow frozen to their plumage This pair bad never flown wrest of Buf falo before They partook of no food on their trip Mr Fogg also has a pair of English carriers the father and mother having a record ot flying ores 5000 miles These birds are the same broad as those that sow from the bal loon of Andre the Norwegian explorer who perished In his attempt to reach tho north pole Ito has also 12 homers that bo has been flying from jxtots in Maine One pair has a record of flying from the Hangar talc grounds to Garluiit 25 miles lu 28 minutes and from Skowhcgsn CO miles in 60 minutes Kennebec Journal Gesturing Over the Wire It Will the constant gesturing Of that fallow at the other end of the wira that made It so Infernally hard to catch what he said growled the mesa who had been wrestling with tho tele phone How In the world could you tell be was making gestures asked the In credulous listener By the Jerky way the words camo over the wire Many people get so cxcltqd when telephoning that they gesture aa frantically as It they were talking to a man taco to lace Their bouncing around and sawing the air breaks the volco and the sentences sumo over the wire In fragments I Dave talked wUhao many peoplo who I learned slur wero dancing u jig at the other cud of the wire that 1111 ways can tell when that gesticulating Is going on- Course cfJuttice In the Punjab la hili report on the administration ot tee police of tho Punjab In 107 the governor states that the costa acrlons the the greater the chance of escape tiara law Con vlctJnns were obtained la only 41 per cent of thn murder cases whereas they taro obtalnedln C4 per cent Of tho attempts to murder and In 74 per cent of the cases tit culpable burnt clde The district magistrate at Julr undur states that it Is getting harder every your to obtain a conviction In the tcslsons court the pleA of enmity raised against tho prosecution elng generally held to suffice to throw doubt on the statements of their wit nesses Calcutta Statesman Net Very Useful A man who ttuttcred badly went to specialist and alter ten difficult loa anna learned to Bay quite distinctly Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers Ilia friends congratulated him upon this splendid achievement Yes said tho man doubttullpbut- Its os such a dd deucedly d dlplcult rem mark to w w work Into an ordl vary ccconversssation y know Everybodys Magaslno Would Not Gr ip It Readily Mr Plume said tho German friend Into whoso section tho undertaker had lately moved hla business do you think ypu wilt grasp the Ger maR languages readily Hardly1 responded tho Jovial uu decinkcr stopping fcls friend on the back You see your language is not k deed bnoSHBohoman Magazine In the Shop fho lady hid looked tit about twenty trunks vltlnmt flndlngbnb to her sat isfaction At length thosalesamnBUS Rested tbaUltsfce could give blat on kkaofWbatSBOkad lnaslad hpmlsht bo ahl ker 1 antnald lBo Jady aiprcMlvo snrlhd J a D C r yc TOBACCOS ILL 78E Member of 8vatlon Army Tells Why He Gavo It Up- I Brat used tobacco whoa I was 11 years old and thought I was dolor something great because 1 was Iml tating men It was only n short time tilt I smoked and chewed all the time I wanted Jo quit the habit but it bad mo bound hand and foot body and soul mind and heart Tobacco mnde a far of me a thief of me a swearer of mo and n drunkard of me a man that could not bo depended upon Somo people may say who read this piece It has not dons so tar me Dut It has for thousands As a Sal vationist writes William Penn a member of the staff of the Salvation Army at Buffalo I Imvo dealt with many about the habit and the majori ty of them admit what I say to bo true First liar MOt user of tobacco know men that never buy tobacco al ways bumming It They ask the man that buys bib tobacco tor a chew he will nearly always say I have the last chew In my mouth when lie has a plug In his pocket eo Is telling a He Second thief When I had no money to buy tobacco I would not hesIULe to steal h In fact I did so moot a time Bo will almost any user of tobacco The craving for It is stately fierce and you will not hesitate to steal to satisfy the craving Third swearer When I would strike my last match and wind wojjld blow It out I would swear and lila theme Many asraker who reads this knows what that meaDSIFourth drunkard creates a thlrat that In the majority of esses takes strong drink to quench Fifth a man that cannot be de pended upon It racks our nerves It makes you quick tempered fly off the handle at the least thing It makes you so that youcannot think clearly It lessans your selfrespect U affects the herfrt to such au extent that doe ton told me I had to quitiorlbe par alyzcd or poasfhly drop dead Theo think of my spiritual coed tlon A sinner facing paralysis or sudden death with a habit that I was powerless to stop unable to help myself not knowing of Christs power to save hopeless concerning mylrros pects alter death Ono night otter being on a spree I heard the army drum God bless the drum I followed to the hall heard the soldiers and officers tell of Jesus Idve and power to save from sin and bad habits and a few nights after naked Ood for Jesus sake to save me I told him in my own way I wanted to bo a Christian and tobotrees from tobacco His blood availed for me I wont home took pipes and tolmcco and throw them into the stove I have been free since des llvered by the Lord Goot hosts It Is going on threo years now since I Lava been saved J have had my ups and downs but I believe that the ef andheartComrades be charitablotowait tbo oxsmoker and chewer as the habit shapeI which Is getting better every day God blest allOghtIT DOESNT PAY Why John Concluded He Would Vote the Dry Ticket The following conversation Is re ported by tliu American Issue as bav saloonlocatedThe saloon keeper nnd John were ifscUsslng the Issue until finally John who was an Irishman Bald Yep rtcunlc Im going to vote dry next fall areJoklogbualnnssJust madqJI going to get my auonlyoul John Well Ben1 have been hero 20 years and all the mogeyI have made I havo put Into this business how am I going to get my money out of Itt An ArchbiahoperBpnonon Liquor Archbishop Glennon at the Triennial synod In Kenrick seminary recently enjoined the 400 priests of the diocese of St hoots toot to permit In future tbo serving of wino or beer at church pic pica fairs or entertainments of any kind nor at tho banquets of church societies Tho council of Baltimore several years ago adopted a asalnsU Intoxicants at such parish events but UiU hoe never been en forced In St Ltiuls Tho archbishop stated that hereafter the rule would DO rlgldlyopdilcdPrime 9 Total Abstainer M Ciemoaceau tho premier of France nod ono of tho most proxilu ont political figures In Europa Is re ported to be a total abstainer Georgfl Braiides his Inthuato friend wrltlnk Buys that Clomenceau has tho clea- tJLnbNfll Lrelng eruct morning winter and sunfm r nt flvq o tock uul by ten oclock p4lias mggt Jils work ort uatilt cor1IItshet Ie flake lth rilr belrl1QrIoJl bevefiiie tl t isss Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL Over 60 iBilracten 1175 riadtoU frm 27 tates r Largest college library ia Kentacky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for eachmain subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others likes himself where he can make moat rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter clureslibraryand the common branches taught lu the right war Drawing Singing Blbkv Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management eta Krco text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractions aatl compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nutsin = Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn largertlnlahedtit a young poison for on honorable had useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES la offered In this course so that a young maa 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 tall and winter terms Is very profitable Smalt extra fees ACADEMYTPrlEPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ger man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses w I tb uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods TAey highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses flt for the profession of jcucung FJrat year parallel to 8th grade Modei Schools enables ono to get u flrat class certificate Following years winter sort spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher nod cover branches necrw sary for State certificate v MUSIC Singing free need Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra Ices e Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is pot a moneymaking institution All tho money re delved troll students Is paid out for their benefit and tho School e pondS pl1IIIwho are supporting Berea In onler that It may train young moo and women for lives of usefulness protectUteanywhomaybosickAll except bass with parents in Berea live In College buildings ami assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuables trala lag and Betting pay according to the value of their tabor Except In win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much aa 35 cents n week Some who need 4o earn moo may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents 1a one dollar a weak- PERSONAL EXPCNSE8 for clothing laundry postage bOOkS eta T rjr with different people Barest favors plain clothing Our cliraato Is the treat but as students mut attend classes regardless of theweathcrwarawtIfIt Cooperaliveother necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are reset below cost The College asks no rent for tho flea buildings In which students liye charging sale enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 160 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 Secondtin Incidental Fet to help onejtpgnges for care of school twlld lags hospital library etc Students y nothing Inc tuition or services or teachers all our instruction l8a fry JlftTho incidental Fee for most students 1s 300 n term JI400 In tower ModelSchools GOO In forsCS with trttjn and I7QO la Collegiate courses A r PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCED Incidental fee and rcwm rent br the term board by the half term Installments are as1 follows Jw WINTER 12 wreke2900In one payment 12850 Installment plan first day 2lUl Including noir depoeltmlddin oar term 900 SPRING 10 weeks 52250ln one payment 52200 Installment plan fret day 1975 Including 100 deposit middle ors term 075 SPRING r4 weeks terra for those who must luaus for ram work 5940 iP i- 8PRING 7 weoki term tor thoe who must leave for tachVrs OK nmliiatlons 51645 y i wiiitcr aud Spring terms together one payment 4900 REFUNDING Sitidents whOlenvo by permission before the 4nd of aterm receive back for money ndvunccd as gws On board In full except that no ullowsnco Is made for any fraction ot- a week I- On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any un sz pared fraction of n month and In any CCEO a forfeiture of flay coats On Incidental Fee when ot iC leaves before the middle of tijblemi It cortlflccte Riven allowing a student tdnpply cnobSlf the fee for term tJUI9 r when ho returns prcYldfd it Is within four terms IT PAYS TO STAY When you have liTadSvj oJr Journey and i ro welt started in school It pays to slay as long as possible The first day of Winter terns la January 6 lSC9 Thii first day of Spring term Is March 2fith 1909 For Information or friendly ttlvicr write to the Secretary i W1EL C G MBIE ByE A KENTUCKY That Premium Knife V Irabhuld itjrazor steeJ nuil n ilollar ullcr tlatIwrhlU rc to the inoun coin jicoplc Umsj tiny Pihkr tlqllar jvipcr m nt I rheKRifea dTMCiticeROC 125- TI d nSijttllfsJrfptiJ ii ail tiic ttmrt 3t dtt harQ not gut it yait I Q P r In011LLNell OI Hi Mini AKTMts BEREA COLLEGE Continued from First Page ers are all making from 500 to 90f per year This Is education that pays Hero are four young ladies who studied nursing at Bcrca Any ono ct them can get from 500 to 1401 a week taking care of the sick This is education that pays Here aro ten young ladles who have studied Home Science at Bcrca Two of them are dressmakers two more are managing housekeepers In the city earning their board and 20 per month and the rest arc all managing f households of their own In a fashion that puts them far ahead of their 1 neighbors This Is education that pays And wo have said nothing of tho great army of County Superintendents and teachers who have been trained at Berca In our superb Normal De j partment Knowledge Is power know ledge Is pleasure knowledge ta moneyIj BEREAIFACTS ABOUT t Berea College began In 1855 Berea College embraces seven do i payments The Model Schools In dustrlal Department Academy and r College Departments Normal Depart meat Music Department and Exten i slon Department Berea College requires a deposit of one dollar from every student who enter When the student leaves this dollar Is given back provided the student returns his room key and all the books which may have been loaned him and has done no damage Ito College property Berea College employs a doctor and a trained nurse so that any stuI dent who Is sick receives full care without extra expense except for medicine actually used Berea Collego provides every stu dent room with necessary furniture fuel lights and washing of bedding charging each occupant fifty cents per week Berea College furnishes free text books to all students of the Model Schools and In the first year of the Normal Department Berea College requires every stu dent of the Eighth Grade of the Model Schools and above to own a Bi ble and a dictionary Berea Collego maintains a cooperative stora where students may get books stationery toilet articles work uniforms and other student ne cessaries at cost Berea College always begins and closes its terms on Wednesday to that no one need travel on Sunday The old students who fall to reg- Ister the first day of the term and all new students who fall to rcgls Y ter by the end of the second day are charged an extra fee of fifty cents Bereft College requires students at entrance to pay the dollar deposit the incidental foe room rent for theIterm and board for onehalf the For most students in the winter term this first payment will be 2100 Thin means 2100 the first day 900 atI end of six weeks and 1 back end of term For the spring term the rates aro lower 1675 the first day 675 ut the end ot live weeks and 1 back at end of term Berea College pays all students for their work at the end of each half term applying the same for their board bill and other school expenses Berea College allows no student to use intoxicating liquors or tobacco t Berea College In 1teGeneral Aci demy Course offers the followlcg studies this winter Bible RhctorlcA1 Elocution Physiology Algebra Latin U L Htotory Practical fframmar Arithmetic Science ot Mind Gen eral JHlotory English Composition t a Geometry Physics Commercial Coo 1 gnxphy Farm Crops Farm Manag moat Dressmaking and Cooking Berca College Library contain over 23000 books Berea College furnishes micro scopes and other expensive scientific apparatus for the students who are taking the elementary sciences and a full laboratory outfit lor those whr are more advanced Berea College will have a grand reception Tuesday night January 5th when young people ot the Christian Societies will welcome new students Berea College win observe the Day of Prayer for Colleges Jan 23 1909 I Berea College will have a debate between the Phi Delta and Alpha Zeta nightjBerea College will celebrate the ono hundredth anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln on Feb 12 Berea College will have a concert by the College Band Feb 17th Berea College has a fine floor space with reasonable equipment in Its gymnasium in the Tabernacle Boron College has full supply of mountain spring water bath rooms for young men In Howard Hall and young women at Ladles Hall Borea College has free choral classes for all Borea College has six literary to cities and three religious societies Christian Endeavor Young Mens Christian Association and Young Wo mens Christian Association Berea College divides Its young men Into two companies the Whites and Blues who compete In baseball football basketball field day and other athletic events Berea College assigns each stu dent to one teacher who Is his advis ing officer Berea College Is open to all young persons white who are in good health above 15 years of age and who present evidence of good moral character and agree to obey its lations Berea College gives full reUj for studies taken elsewhere examing new students so as able to place them where they can make most rapid progress Berea College arranges for those who cannot stay through the full I spring term to stay four weeks or seven weeks Berea College will be glad to see you January 5th or 6th Como on tiara BEREATHEPOOR MANS SCHOOL This needs two explanations In the first place there is nothing poor or inferior or second class at Berea We believe that the son and daughter of the poor man ought to I offanm IIccessaryIQUALITYgood food and rooms and bath and doctors care for health teachersIand tho highest advantages of a grade I superior to that In many schools where tho expense to the studentI Is three times what It Is at Berea The education at Berea is cheap to the student but costly to tho Insti tution And in the second place Berea la not the lazy mans school If a man Is stupid indolent or drunken Berea is no place for him whether be Is rich 1or poor We have no patience with poor people who have no ambition and no readiness to work and save and struggle to get the education that will help them to get ahead Y HOYS 1V1IO AVUKIO TO 2lratlt IN 10O1 her to nn Intrrrntlnj ilrlur of MIIIIK young nirn who vriilkml li llorcn illitnnrc ot tram thirty In titty mile even yrnr age hat llt nil morns of lee tuna llflron dullIU spin They wvronll good workrm Mini RoI luuciiU Onr them wi hare Islet iJsht of but the other tine Imvn certainly l oen glml ever ulitre that thry lend the nerrn and the grit to ftnrt out llumlroiU of other hntn dune n tern and we sire miily tu Welcome n regiment uf milking huyn i Jnmuiry llftli nml dnth Bofca has all tho rich mans advant ages for the eon and daughter ot tho poor man It they are bright ot good charrcter and not afraid to work For thousands of such Berca has fortesr you NEGRO SCHOOL Continued from first page forced as It were to do an Imposslbl e thing namely to do for two groups ot students separately what It had been doing for them together This could only be done by large additional re sources and Berea must stagger un der the burden till Adjustment Fund Is raised Tho history is peculiar Boron was started before the war by John G Fee Caseins M Clay and John Rogers for the mountain people After the war a few colored students were admitted as at Northern Schools and Berea was at once overwhelmed by the task of training teachers for the new colored public schools Many gifts at that time came thru inter oat In the colored race Forced to separate tho trusteesi6t aside 200000 for the benefit of the colored people and has been using the Income to send promising young I AdIjustmentto take the place of drawn from the mountain work and to give another 200000 for the color ed people so that their total equipment shall be 400000 The largo Ini tint pledges ot Mr Carnegie Mrs Sago and others and In fact tho whole Adjustment Fund Is to bane fit both races Of the full Adjustment Fund of 400000 there has now been subscrib ed 344000 mostly outside the State A part ot this is conditioned upon the raising of tho last 50000 In Kentucky Tho colored people have begun well In their own behalf and pledged over 8000 It now remains to be seen how earnestly tho white people of the State will take hold of the matter President Frost Speaks President Frost said In part This should not bo mainly a con test between different localities for the possession of tho school but an united effort by all the good citizens of the State The school will not bo In any town The towns near It will I have some opcclal advantages and will doubtless feel like contributing In I proportion but every county in Ken tucky will be bonefltted and all of I us ought to be thankful of these great and widespread blessings Think what it will mean to have a decent wellkept uptodato school home where the children of the most reputable colored families may spend one or two years In such surround I ings and atmosphere all their stand ards and Ideals will be raised Do I there will develop within the race Itself a leadership coloredI correct existing evils add to tlustrlal efficiency and promote abettor spirit among the whole heI population We cannot bring all young colored persons Into such a school but we can train an army of teachers each of whom chall bo Imbued with the ideas ot thrift and industry and they will comminlcate tho upward impluse to the muss There aro very many reasons why tho white people ot Lexington Louis yUle Covington Paducah and all the other wealth centers of the State should help this enterprise The State inflicted this financial blow upon Berca College and tho constitution prevents any requital from the public fundsJustice must be do by personal and private subscriptions Great givers of the East who have tho national feeling have dons nobly I and generously and their pledges con j etltute a challenge to us here la Xea i tacky which wo certainly have pride to meet moat promptly I Bereas work for the mountaineer I i has attracted the favorable comments ot the whole Englishspeaking world and the State should be anxious to promote an enterprise which has brought It fame as well as benefit But frankly the great reasons for hastening this subscription and mak- Ing it In good sized sums is the bot termfcul of our colored population Let mo speak to those who have boett most hesitant regarding the cduca lion ot the Negro You have many Just faults to find with him as a work er a neighbor and a citizen Lot me admit It all Tho question still remains What program shall TO adopt for malting things better Jt Is said that ttoosovclt once came up with his men In the Spanish War at a placb where they were is n very uncomfortable situation and uttering loud curses Men he said we must fight our way out of this Dont swear shoot So I would say to all the other races who complain of any By shooting I mean do something which will help us out of these bad conditions You have had honest doubts as to some forms of Negro edusatlon Very well now we are proposing to IMM- btorwllrd tho kind you do believe In DrIyule Boron has hero a way for us to help the Negro without sacrificing any of our prejudices That is what we Intend to dto have a school that everybody con approve j Let ms state la a word bath the Mlneh end the unselfish reason for providing this great school for the colored people of Kentucky The selfish reasons are two In ties first place It will make them bet ter workers and In the seooad plato It will make them better buyers or consumers Better workersIs not that what every employer of labor desires Mon and women who have pride and pleasure In their work these are the profitable hands Let us have a center from whisk will radiate an Influence which shall make every little colored boy and girl In the state have some pride In doing things well that will oil the wheels of every commercial enterprise and soothe the nerves of ovary housekeeper In Kentucky We do not promise any miracle In a moment but we will start a force which will operate in this direction night and day forever Bottler buyers Do not nations go to war to extend their markets Do not all bualnecs men spend good mon ey In advertising to got customers Now our best and surest market le- the home market Lilt up the depress ed populations Put skill into thI hands ot the laborers and ho will earn more and then ho will buy moreBut you will bo most moved by the unselfish motives Sinners give to sinners hoping to receive as much again but Christian men give where they expect no return except the satisfaction that comes to those who have tho power to help others You have Just had a great meeting In this city and resolved to Increase your gifts for the benefit of brother men In- I China and India and Africa Have we not even a reater opportunity to- help others for Christs sake here in our own State MAILORDER HOUSES Tho wall order house with Its pret ty catalogue its alluring prices and Its persistent going after business will probably always be with us and I It cannot be doubted but that tho up todate establishment In a large city I will always make hundreds of friends- e and add largely to Us profits with a mall order department says the Wy oming Tribune of Cheyenne But it is also a fact that the home merchants are entitled to much of the business which goes out of town or rather would be entitled to It if they went after It la the right way As a rule the business ma who 1Y make tho roost complaint because homo people buy away from town are those who have tho lightest advertis lug bills in the home paper j The home merchant can supply a trade which the mall order house can paI carries lines of goods But It la not uncom mon for Cheyenne people to see a brand ot goods advertised in an out oftown paper or magazine and straightway send for It there having been nothing In tho home paper to give them an Inkling that the same ortlolo Is carried right hero In Obey enne The merchant who has an uptodate olcnIrun his delivery wagon as a per I manent Institution and run an ad whenever ho chances to think of something new to advertise He will sweep his store and wash his windows and freshen his stock ot goods on display every day but will let his advertisement In tho paper run without change for weeks advertising valentines In April Christmas cigars mlUensfin I I It the wind blew down his sign which probably 200 people see everyday he would keep tho telephone hot until he had a man to repair It bet I his sign In the heme newspaper may drop out and some other mans sign be read In Its pines bythe UMt poop every week and It will not disturb him at alll The mail order house shrewdly takes advantage of the business man who flees not advertise and whoso patrons are not kept advised of the goods he carries and the buying op portunles ho offers Where the home merchant Is keenly alive to the needs ef Ids trade and their peculiar re qulrementa be has little to fear outof town rivals for be has fromI of the columns of the homo advantage for which the mall order house would gladly exchange Its ex pensive and often unsatisfactory cata logues Western Publisher CHANGE IN TRAINS Beginning Monday Dec 21 a now train schedule was put In effect on the L N A new fast train has been put on each way and the present day trains will be used as feeders taking up and distributing the passengers at local stations The express trains will make few stops and will not stop at all at this eta lion Following are the times for the arrivals of the trains in BoresI THE MARKET Barea Prices potatoes Irish per bu fLOO Cabbage 30 yr lb Apples 3GGOO per pk r Eggs per dos 25Ct Butter per lb 20c t Bacon per lb ll15c lIam por lb iSo Lard per lb 12tf and 120 Chicken on foot por lb So lions on foot per lb 8e Feathers per lb SCO Oats 60c Corn 600- Whoat per bu 000 Ties No 1 L N SJJx6x8 C culls 20c UVA Stock Louisville DM 23 003rCATTL Shlnplng steers 4 25 Bextf steers 2 76 Fat holfon and cotes 2 7p Cutters 2 00 Connors 100 Bulls 2 00 Feeders 2 78 Scohorsa 2 00 Choice tnllch cows 35 00 Common to fair 10 00 CALVES Beat 6 60 Medium 4 00 Common 2 60 HOGS ICO lbe and up 130 to ICO lbs Pigs 4 00 Ilougbs C 15 down 8HBHP Best lambs 4 00 Culls 2 60 6 to 4 40- cOO 215 2 00 340 t 40 375riGO t 30 to i- G 16- G O 4 GOG g6 515 450 500 400 Fat sheep 3 00 down MOM pork 12 6- 0nUl8Cholce sugar cured light and special cure 11 and 12 jjc heavy to medium 11 lie Breakfast bacon tae Skies lie Bellies 13a r y Dried beet 12a 4 Shoulders 9e- LARDPure tierces 1Ie w tub llKcf pure leaf tierces 12je firkins Utfc tubs 1240- HOGSCase count 26c BUTTBR Packing 17cj creamery 30 lb tube lOG prints SOttc POULTRYliens 8c roosters 4c springers 9 to llo ducks 9e young 8 to 0os turkeys 13J4 and lie KVOW 7c rabbits 1125 WHBAT Wo 2 red loa W OATSNew No 3 wblto Mo No3 mixed 61c- COUN No 2 white Sic No 2 mixed me ISouthbound Northbound mI1xpreeLocal 1236 a m 401 a m Malls will eloo for these trains thirty minutes before the train Is due here but only first claw mall will be taken on the express trains The night trains will arrive at and oas Cincinnati fit about tho same time as formerly and the same to localIpoor ol train leaves Cincinnati at 646 ki a m Instead of 803 as now lee will be impossible to take thee pron train and reach Berea without 4 jtt wait of twelve hours somewhere along the way The express trains will be stopped oa opening and cloy lag days of school however There will bo bettor connections Ito tho south an i to Louisville Tho new fast trains will be among the finest in the country and are expected to compare favorably with the Southerns crack CincinnatiAt lanta service Tho way to taro well Is to Mo well 1 f Weak Women frequently suffer great pain atil iuisery during the l change of life Ii is at tills time that tile toaeflcialft I effect of taking Crdui i4 most appreciated y those who find that ai relieves their listless TAKECARflUIMrs y I Before I began to tzio Cardui I suffered so badly I was afraid to Ho down at flight lifter I Logan to I take it Ifelt bettor in a week Now iny pains have gone I can sleep like a girl cf 1G and tho change t of life has nearly bt Inct2 CnlduiIAT ALL DRUG STORES i j1 j r4s g The PorterDrug Go r r wconroruTKu SPHONE 12 BEREA KY + 4 MOO ++ 4 + + + + p p oeoeoeooeoeoeoooeO400oeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeo ao 0 0 e ierea and Vicinityno CI e- o II a GATHERED PROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t- I 0- sceooeclosesolososoloeosoeoeoenlosoeosoeosoeoeololooC DR BEST DENTIST CITY rilONK lea OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE 4ta Thcro will bo a Union Vtatchnlglit pervloo In College Chapel from 030 to 1130 trait tuldulght ou tto last day of tho year with a pralso meeting and nddraMM by Prot Robertson Rev Brandenburg and Pros Profit Hvory one should remember that the Winter Torm begum Wednesday Jan 6th Tho Unit exorcise U pub Ho worship In tho College Chapel at 8 a m AU classes begin their oxor clsea that afternoon nearly all cf them meeting at 180 This moans that registration must bo completed at that tine The offices will all be open on Tuesday morning at 8 oclock and every one who Ii In town should register then Students who aro com Ins tram away or returning from thelr vacatlon chould aim to be hero Tuesday noon without fall Mr and Mrs I F Dean of Clover Bottom were In town tho latter part of the wceK Don Qabbard was here from Band Gap one day last week J W VauWInkle of Mi Vernon hAIl been Ylsitlng his ton and daughters here for the past few days Mina China Hudson of Hugh Ky was the guest of her slater Mrs Mar aret Ogg port of lust week Mrs J 0 Harrison and son Howard were In Richmond Monday Joe Bender r hero from LoxIngUm to spend the Curtatraas hoUdaIMIH Nettle Oldhm eamo from Conway thta week to Bfwsd a few days with Mr glad Mrs Bert Coddlngton She uJtHtli to bo In wheel this win terMrs Paul KltBbea ls vUltlrfg hero with her staters and MIlS Kate brothenlIof Mr and Mrs 11111 Saturday night Mr llobt Hudson of Dreyfus visit ed relatives bore tho latter part of last week Raymond W Osborne accompanied IOndn1nll1tfor the holidays Ralph Osborao is expected home from Whoaton today Mlcsca Ruth and Uthel Putnam are here for over Christmas Elmer Frederic will preach at the Congregational church not Sunday John Potco was In town Thursday told Friday of last week on a flying1 volt to his parents Norman Frost arrived from Oberlin Tuesday for the holidays Mr Blbrldgo Harris and family moved to Lexington last week and will make their future homo thereIMr Noel Mitchell and 14Ffrom tho South last week for A visit with relatives and friends Sties Laura Bales of this place and w + Mr Lucian Cado ot WalUvcoton were married at the homo of tbo brldos ywparonts Mr and Mrs John DAles last Wednesday They expect soon to leave for tho West and will take with thorn the best wishes of a host of friends Quite a number of friends pleasant li a surprised Rev and Mrs 0 A Van Winkle at their home last Friday 1 night Miss Virgin taBoatrlght was a V- Islltor among tt nl1a and teachers hero days lust woekIf Mrs Taylor Money is being visited by her father B L Garrison of Hy r den and her slstcrlnIaw Mrs sick Il Garrison Dr Thomson and Prof Dlnsmoro who havo been In tho field in the Interosta ot the College Adjustment Fund wo back for the holidays Mr Thomas Logcdon and Miss Alice Treadway will be qUleUy married at tho homo of the bride Thursday moon Following tho ceremony they will start on n wedding tour Both young 1people have a large circle of friends are followed with many good wishes In their new experience fez A E Thomson will preach at i seven oclock Sunday nlsht at tho Uito Church on the life of Chrlot IJltereetlllea views wl lbo cliowa ot = I rL CHRISTMAS EXERCISES The Christmas services at tho Un Ion Church Sunday School will bo held Thursday night at tho Parish House Tho early part of tbo evening will bo devoted to tho rendering of tho Cantata Tho Star of Blessing Over thirty persons will take part and most careful preparations have been I made promising a highly successful entertainment Following the Cantata there will be a Christmas tree with a Santa Claus The Babtlit Sunday School la to have a Christmas trto and Christmas exercises by tho school at the Dab tIt church Thursday night at 700 oclock The admission will be IIY ticket The tickets will bo Issued so members of tho Sunday school and church only on account of not having room Ja the church to seat visitors Tho pastor of tbor church greatly regrets that there will not bo room for all who should like to be present At tho Disciples Church tho Christmas exercises at 700 p m Thurs day will consist in the Cantata Every one a Santa Claus which has been prepared under tho care ot Mrs Hverett VanWlnkle and pro mises to be a great success Over a hundred children will take part FINE MESSIAH CONCERT Tho most successful concert ever given by tho Harinonla Society took Messiahfirst elaM both In the choruses and solos and It would be difficult to so In whloh elaM tho belt results were shown Too much credit cannot bo manalOmont10f soloists It woe tho opinion of oil prevent that every body In reach should have heard tho performance and that tbo attendance was far from being worthy of tho production While there had been some com ment beforo the concert ou Mr RIg Uya decision to entrust the womens solos to local talent there baa been nono since There was nothing which In any way Indicated any sup eriority on tho part ot tho outsldo singers to those from at homo Tho work of all wag high grade but it anything the laurels were kept here In tho chorus work too bere was excellent work the Hcllolujah chorus In particular being sung as well as could bo wished for The whole per formance was most creditable to all concernedDOING GOOD WORK den LoVant Dodge reached town last Thursday after a four or five weeks tour of the state In the Inter eats of the G A It of which he is department commander Reports from various towns which ho has Visited are to the effect that ho 10 doing great trcrt in stirring up and organ izing tho old soldiers During tho trip Gen Dodlro I cd four now posts brough four delin quent posts Into good standing and saw additions rondo to several others Ho has been appointed by Coy Will eon as one of tho fiftynix members of tho Committee to arrange for the centennial celebration of Lincolns birth at the farm In Laruo County Feb 12 1009 and to arrange for es rotting Pres Roosevelt Justice Han Ian Henry TVatterson two oxgover nors both Bnnators and others on that occasion Gen Dodges sixteen page phamphlot entitled An Interesting Conversa springIcirculated largely has been reproduced in a 20000 copy edition by the Department Commando of Illinois and a 6000 edition br the Department Commander of Minnesota The former adds a postcrlpt ot his own ia which he saysThe fore going dialogue is easily the strongest argument why each and overt vet eran outside our exalted organization should Jola the O A R that I have heard or read 1 J r t 2114r T tJ1Z p F Use Zarings Patent Flour And do not fail to visit our store when in need of something good to jatv We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables r THE CLEAN STORE SH 1R piatber Succceuor to Gotten Grocery dompan- cpbbnc 184 fiDnin Street opposite citfaet Otflcc naoaoaoaoaoaooaaeoaoaoo o o i College Items I0- o ao 0 HERE AND THERE o- osneosoeosoeosoloaosoeoltProf Faulkner will coon movo In tho west wing of the Rogers house for the winter Prof Robertson going to the Fee place for a permanent home A number of teachers will bo away for tho holidays Miss Eyler win visit her slater at Hamilton Ohio Miss Parker will go to her homo In Alexandorla Ohio Allis Orr will vis- It at Cincinnati and Miss Bowersox will go to her brothers in Pennsyl vania Secretary Gamble goes Thurs day noon to Chicago for a fow days accompanied by his daughter James 1C Morton one of last years students Is in town over tho grentllynah John Calvin Chnpln IS studying at Harvard this year Rov A P Smith of Bollevuo Ky wen known former student of Berea pasted south yesterday to visit his sister at Mlddlosboro who Is vory III Miss Florence Simmons who has been a student in tho nurses course at the Hospital for the put two years was graduated with special exorcises Tuesday night A small celebration was hold at the Hospital In her hon or She goes to Louisville to work FAVORITE HORSE DEAD Walter the oft horse in tho chest nut team used for the past eight year for College guests died suddenly Mon day morning from heaves occasion ed by careless driving some years ago Walter was spirited without being unruly always ready for work or play and altogether possessed of one of tho most gentlemanly disposition ever known In Berea BOILER EXPLOSION London Ky Dec 22Tho boiler of the large sawmill belonging to Pat Brewer and William A Hays near Wind Cave Jackson county ex ploded today killing one man and seriously wounding three others meM1uroPat Brewer and Gentry Splvy were wounded Splvy was Beverly scalded and burned but will recover James Brewer was cut about tho neck and bead while Pat Brewer sustained a fractured skull Dr J A Mahaffey Is of the opinion that the latter cannot recoverThe boiler was scattered in all dl rection The cause of the accident ts unknown A Clever Bride A brldotnbe not long ago was busily engaged In embroidering dainty nap kina and whenever she Joined a crowd of girls there was always a chorus oCMl am so sorry I have no thimble I should love to help you So tho next time she went to a store she bought a dozen thimbles of as sorted sizes After that the napkins wore speedily completed IN WASHINGTON Continued from Hint rage i On Monday the President sent a special message to the Senate giving evidence to show that the negroI troops who are said to have raided Brownsville Texas and who wore dls ofrenseI Tho10nlY callingIPresident obtained his evidence it being asserted that the secret ser vice men usoi In getting the evi dence were not properly employed by tho President This questioning of tho correctness not to say tho honesty of Mr Roosevelts state ments would appear to bo in the nature of an Insult Thus It is evident th Congress is enjoying tho sensation of retaliating against the president who has com manded them during tho greater part of his administration as no other pres ident for half a century It seems that nothing ot any importance will be dono by tho legislative bodies AS long as Mr Roosevelt remains in the White House But the quarrel between two such Important branches of the government is unique In our history and Is extremely interesting While tho President is thus baying difficulties In accomplishing anything during his last months In power tho strength of Mr Taft in politi cal and legislative matters is every where apparent His opinion jsI sought on important affairs by oil classes of men It IS plain that he will make his administration entirely free from any Roosevelt influences Ho has announced that Senator Phil ander Chase Knox of Pennsylvania will be his Secretary of State and chief adviser Mr Knox was Attorney General under McKinley and orglnate the famous Northern Securities suit He Is a man of tact and administrat ive ability though not in the same class with Secretary Root He Is certain to manage Tafts cabinet smoothly and to avert friction and tho same may bo said as to the foreign relations ot tho nation But he is not especially connected with the RooseI velt administration Is rumored that Postmaster General Meyer Secretary William Loeb Sec rotary Straus who had been thought sure ot places under Mr Tat win not bo asked to serve th latter Only Secretary Wright of Tennessee who was really appointed at Tafts suggestion and Secretary of Agrlcul turo James Wilson who is not much of a pollUcau will be retained by Mr Taft Mr Burton of Ohio will not be a member of the cabinet but ex Governor Herrick of Ohio will pro bably bo mado Secretary of the Treas ury Since Herrick Is Burtons only opponent for the Senate two years BurltondefentIcdIs qulto uncertain etlll On tho whole It may be prophesied that an entirely new set of officials will be in charge of the executive Christmas Suggestions 4 Collars Ready made Skirts Rubbers Gloves Ready made Silk and Net Waists Shoes H ndkeIchiersLqoaks rrHoseBelts Hats Gaiters You will find all these things and many others at MRS S R BAKERS Phone 123 Richmond Street rr Berea Kentucky f fi of J u departments during tho coming four yearn Mr Elihu Root la to bo elected Sen ator from Now York on the ICth of January and on that day will resign his place as Secretary of State During the month and a half which will follow before Ttfts Inauguration Mr Roger Bacon now First Assistant Secretary of State will have charge of the State Department But it is not known whether ho will be made the actual or only tho acting Secre taryTurning to tho activities of Congress which are not especially concerned with tho quarrel with Mr Roosevelt tho main interest centers around the fight to revise tho Rules of the House so as to prevent Speaker Cannon from exercising such absolute and tyrannical power as heretofore There has been much talk of revision but the chance has slipped by Everyone of tho men who deslro reform has his own notion of tho way it should bo brought about and they appear to be Jealous of one another A party led by Foster of Vermont stands for a slight revision while an other party led by Cooper of Wiscon sin wants great changes made There are several other plans besides these two most Important ones Moreover the Insurgents are distrustful of the Democrats whllo the latter aro willing to aid but are asserting that If they do aid they will bo given noI credit for It Finally it Is said tho revisionist leaders are now enI suiting with Mr Cannon himself to fee Just what he will permit In the way of alteration Undo Joe has made friends with rebels before and ho will probably do it again And it is not likely that any Independent leader like Mr Gardner who docs not work with any particular crowd will again be ablo to do anything Great Mexican Tree At Tule in the courtyard of the church of Santa Maria Is tho great Tule tree The tree is 14 feet In cir cumference six foot from tho ground More than a hundred years ago when Humboldt was traveling through Mex ico ho cut out a section od the bark and in it affixed a tablet bearing an inscription dedicated to the tree This tablet carr still be seen although near ly covered by barkMexlcan Herald FOR RENT 40 acres of corn rand on Brushy Fork of Sliver Creek J W Herndon or J W Dinsmore WARTEDTo I hear from Sydney Griffith or Sydney Gllllland or his heirs last heard of in Virginia W F Champ Executor of W P Griffiths estate FOR SALE OR RENT Fortythree acres of good land 3 acres fine for tobacco 7 acres mead ow 6 acres timber Rest oat and corn land Silas L Williams Berca Ky YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS DESIRED Subscriptions to all leading publications dally weekly monthly quarter ly are offered at special rates Your patronage sollcted- Itnlph B Ellis Agent FOR SALE A good farm of about 60 acres two miles north ot Berea Plenty of wood and water A bargain If sold at once H K Richardson Berea Ky 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 of blactamlthlng FOR SALE Seven farcis ranging from 50 to 370 acres All good land most oil In grass Some very good blue grass good houses and orchards Will sell on reasonable trems One tulle from Panola Robert Lakes Panola Ky VEGETABLES FOR TILE HOLIDAYS The College Garden will while tho supply lasts fill orders for the fol lowing vegetables at unusual prices turnips carrots beets parsnips lima beans squashes- Deliveries will bo made the 23rd and 30th Phono College 120 Town 122 Emil M D Bracker Sup FOR BALL One nice six room dwelling located In Panola Madison County on the LI A R n second lot from church la a alee neighborhood wear IOaefeeoL Large let treatiag Mala Et I Let H 1W feet treat ay M6 feet te leagta Geed spring sad aotue Fair bara and all necessary out tmllUlaxs Au Ideal home for a Btaetoaer fleeter or any oae else Price i610 Please write at ones or come and see for yourself as this will sell o Fred Cex t 6 COAL and FEED BEST GOODS PRICES CALL UP W M STOUT Phone 102 Bouhvarej Old Stand r M M S POULTRY FENCEVery Close Meh atlrwno IVDSSSa erica co IItEal m Xwu city Me t We Bu- yFURS Hides and Woe Feathers Tallow Be wu CIn nc Colden SeattYeeaw Root May Apple Wild Ginger ole We arc dedere- teabhJu IBi6OyerLJeaaagiaw- imDI =sad tin do belter rot yea than eceott or cceuBMco merclunti Renee ay Dear in Louisa Write for wally jnceliil tad Jtinio tae ffl Sabol SortstStS Market St LOUISVILLE KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE r Truce MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone tending a tketrh and Ieoerlunn Ma y our 0nfree whether au InrentKm It probably mmunlra tlonutrlctl confidential IIAHQCOGlT on Talent sewrtnapatenu1atentaferal ncdtt without charge la Scientific Jlmericntt A tiandtomely lllnntralM wetklr rotrtr rotation ot an remise Ternit II a rear fourmontljjil 9atdbralt ntwtclealera lirmch UNI Co361uoa NewYork FARM FOR RENT Good farm at Brassf leld For sale or rent Possession given at once Apply to W ILogsdon Berea Ky or J P Logsdon Panola KyeNOTICE TO THE PUbLIC I have a good well watered farm for sale lying 2U miles northeasicf Berea on tho waters of Silver Creek Contains 150 acres be the sane more or lessabout 65 acres in timber and a good lot of saw Umber on Jtj tho remainder of said land in a very good state ot cultivation fairly good feno ing about 175 rolls of which is wire Good comfortable dwelling house and good out buildings Apply to S B Davidson It F D 1 Berea Ky + PUBLIC SALEQn account of fall Ing health I will on Tuesday Dec 29 1903 at my residence at Wallaceton t Ky and on Paint Lick and Berea Pike soil to the highest blddar my tract of land lying on Paint Lick ani Walfoceton Pike mile from Jreaj dence containing 22 acres 7 acrew in wheat sowed in timothy rest ite meadow Good building site Part ot land made near 20 barrels ot corn this year Good tobacco land 60 barrels of corn 6 or 6 tons of hay 100 shocks of fodder 1 pair two year old mare mules well broke 1 three year old filly broke 1 aged roe mare 1 7 year old brood mare In foal I flue driver perfectly safe and good anywhere known as Todd 17 y fold harness and work horse reliable 1 good milk cow a bunch of hope 2 buggies 1 now Studebaker wage 1 mower rake wheat drill earn drill with fertilizer attachment binder 1 cutting barrow 1 set of good wagon harness 1 set of good buggy aaraeM other farming Implements Household and kltclea furniture all practically now Tweatyrfour full Heel Leghera II chickeu fine stock J There wilt be ttoe gtrw Terns f sna4e ksewa I1 day of silk Pale to i t Legta iroMytly at tee aetoek Y In vTI181 M tatta W P Prewkt AreUeeiert RI t IU j The Citizen faralljr newspaper for ill that It right true and Interesting fublwhed ertnr Tbuixiar l here Kf BEREA PUBLISHING CO IncorporaUd Unity Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos rATABLS IN ADVANCE Oas Tctr tied Bll Month 4 Three Month r1 Scud money by roitefflee or ala pua Mocy Ktfbuttd Letter or one sad tw Cat stamp Tbt due attar your same en label thewi li what due your lbacrt Uod It paid If It li not ckntd within thicc wuu site uaewsl- otny ua UlulDjr numbers will be ftidty ropptled If wi- are Fine premium chop wlUi new subscription I tat prompt rnew li Send for Premium LUv Liberal trrmt Ihtn to soy wjio obtain atw for m Any ono tending ui four l art ubedpllonaauredeveThCttlseatrot lf blmielf for one ar Adrertltlat rate oo application UIUIEX or KENTUCKY PRESS AhSOClATIOM Chicago professors still It ad in research work One has now indicted the dote for not being gentle and says he can prove It Germanys financial enthusiasm over Count Zeppelin Is evidence that tho value of his airship as an Instru ment of war Is fully recognized That couple who were married la I the lions den la one of the amusement parka must have thought marriage Itij The American woman who has bent awarded 1000000 by a decision it the French court can now choose hur count or prince unless she prefers a duke IAman cannot make a balloon ascen in Austria without the written consent of his wife Its getting so a IllsIi The agricultural department has discovered rats that are afflicted with I pathogenic haemogrcgarlno hepatu zoon pernlclosum This IB even worse than arteriosclerosls Down in Rio they figure that by 1916 there will not be any stored up surplus or visible supply of coffee in tho world but what can they tell about the chicory crop As a matter of factChristopher Columbus or some other worthy person should be standing on nearly every street corner offering passersby a drank of water these days If tho sultan of Turkey heeds the warning notice that he must dismiss his harem and live forthwith In Eu ropean fashion with one wife the cost of living for him is going to be very much reduced x A Montana brakeman was fined nOO for getting a pass for his wife and then giving it to another woman Thet fine probably didnt bother him nearly BO much as what his wife had to say when she heard about It In the advance notices Edisons new Dying machine is almost as wonderfuly as his late storage battery which pea pie used to sit up nights to watt for lest they should miss Its first tri umphal progress past a given point lids thereisenough coal In Alaska to put off the fuel famine from the exhaustion of coal which bad been predicted at the end of the pres greatriliefhave been alarmed over what they had to expect In about 00 years The NeWYork board of education la epidemicschools And to add to the horrors of the situation Cupid In defiance of the new fashionable fads Is teaching conjugation of the verb To loveI in the good old taahloned way The veilmadeIts appear ance ln fashionable society and mea mptal lng that cannot re 4pgnizo their women friends Itfisomething of an odd coincidence that just7 as the women of Bomlclvlllied Turkey are rejoicing In Hinging bK their concealing Yells as disadvan tages the highly civilized womea of the west are adopting them What chance has a young man to ebrloratlonasked Of coarse Jt depends largely ion the young man I but according to n statement recently sent out by the 67orI pant started at the bottom and worked II 4nyohunea latoMwSageof a lady in Wakefleld Mass should riot cause fjrprlso She was eating sausage when she bit a tack and broke ladyweetlatoawarded her 2000 damages That Is MM New England spirit says the Boa tea Herald The Bostonians of pre reTolHtloaarr lay made strenuous re totaac ip the tax on tea and this do teedaf off resolute ancestors eon b1agesP Honor the Jew Race to By ISRAEL ZANGVIL- PUywrUhl nd liesdof ZlonUI MovemeDII iIAIliEmore 12000000 people of anyone race there would of course be many criminals When n Jew is caught in n crime nobody fails to record the fact But when n Jew is praised for somf great virtue his Jewishncss is left unmentioned ns a rilfe For instance on three successive days last year three great Jews died and not one paper that I saw mentioned that they were Jews I refer to Mendeleeff the great Russian chemist Viscount Goschen of the house of lords and chancellor of the exchequer and a French Jew whose name escapes me who left tlOOOOOOa million pounds not dollarsto the Pasteur institute The greatest dramatic success of America in recent years was The Miuic Master written by n Jew Charles Klein produced bn Jew David Eolasco and played byn Jew David Wnrflcld Many people call Mr AVnrficld the best American actor but few mention him as n Jew The chess champion of the world is an American Jew The Nobel prize in physics was given to an American latjear Albert A Michelson who measured the velocity of light How many know that he is a Jew When Mr Guggenheim and his New York firm did something un heard of in American finance and stood a clear loss of 1400000 to pro cot innocent investors many papers spoke of it but not one that I saw mentioned the fact that this was Jewish finance Everybody said that this was an case of business uprightness but the Jews got no credit for it We are branded as a people who have only one god money Yet some of the highest minded could in America are Jews On iiiy visit to New York city I have been enter taincdbsuch men as Oscar Straus of the presidents cabinet Judge Mayer Suhbergor of Philadelphia who got more votes in his district than Roosevelt at the last election I was in the house when the news came and he never mentioned if I learned it outside Then there is Dr Jacob Hollander who established the finance of Puerto Rico Dr Schech ter the head of the Jewish Theological seminary who canto here from Cambridge lie was almost idolized Louis Loch the eminent painter one of whose masterpieces Mr Daniel Guggenheim gave to the Metropolitan museum Men like these ought to contradict the Shylock legend I Wondersof i Astron omy By Pred Camille lamaMrioa r CLEMENS here aro rays of light arriving on the earth today which have been einco tho epoch when Europe was still one immense forest the haunt of wild beasts and by min who himself had scarcely yet risen above the level of the brute Other rays already had sot out on their journey when Homers con temporary maininfned that the distance be tween heaven and hell had been measured by futons anvil which he declared had taken nine days and nine nights to fall front heaven to earthand ait number of daysnnd nights to tall from tho earth to the abode of lost souls Never in fact do we really see the stars as they actually are nt the moment when we are looking at them Instead wo see them as they wore when they emitted the rays of light which are us now The histories of all the wbrlds are thna eternally traveling through space Every star is a sun shining with its own light and thousands and In some cased millions of times moro luminous Shun uur globe Yet so numerous so closely racked aria the stars on celestial rimpa as we11as the of the heavens that to our ryes they appear truly like star lust In the uttermost depths of space we discover great compact manses of stars and nebulae which would transport tifi stilt rthcll1to still other immensities There is nothing howevcr that univerhe exifU alone in the infinite Another an equal number of stars may exist nt a million times the parallax of the limit of our universe considered here as the Bccond of the are There may be u third universe at ome other distance and jet a fourth at another an ta hundred wind even a thousand inillfons of universe either similar or not to oueand to each other itorcover the univcrsea may be separated from one pother by absolutely empty spaces in which there is nc ether nnd may thus be quite invisible to each other Our humanity and its history resem bles but a minute tint heap andour most immense astronomic never win carry us beyond the mere threshold of 1ho infinite Special its r AmongThieves By WILLIAM M Eattrll erla olr Entitled Distinction for- Achievements L unprecedented universitywhere Journeying impenetrable Ilesiod equal reaching photographs nnirerrcorprising onethouwindth enUre journeying Them IMS recently developed among thifvra and burglars u movement toward special lines of work so that ifo now have specialist among crooks as well us in Ttho learned professions During + thepaat year the establishment of a wellknown New York firm of opticians was broken into The place contained n magnificent stock of valuable tensest microscopical instruments gold chninsuldsimilar good wortia several thousand dollaru The robber took none of these things though they were lying around ready to his hand Ifo simply se deIctllllPcJtober Large numbers of conimunion cups ore stolen Irons different churches every year both here andabroad In one Presbyterian church where every communicant is provided with a separate cup during the past year 21C of these miniature chalices have been stolon The very valuable largo jeucl studded chalice anti paten however appear to have no fascination for the thief or thieves J though they might be ua easily carried away as time smallcups In New Jersey there in a mun who ia undergoing imprisonment at- the prenttinMa confirmed thief who never stcala anything but toys HALF HIS WEIGHT OF SUGAR HAS BEEN CONSUMED BY EACH AMERICAN IN PAST YEAR Sugar Bill of the Country Aggregates 91000000 for Every Day of the Year Washington Dec 21The average citizen of the United States consumes halt Ms own weight in sugar every year and the sugar bill of the country aggregates 1000000 for every day of the year These assertions arc Justified by a statistical statement just prepared by tho bureau of statistics of the depart meat ot commerce and labor which shows the quantity of sugar produced in tho United States tho quantity brought from our own inlands the quantity imported front foreign coun tries and tho quantity extorted show Ing a total consumption of from 6000 000000 to 7000000000 pounds n year tho total for the latest year 1907 be ing 7OS86C7D75 pounds Calculating this enormous total at tho average re tall price of 5H cents per pound wo got a total of 1372000000 as its coat to the consumer or moro than 1030 000 for each of tho 3G days of the yearDividing this total of 7GS9667 D76 pounds by the 1907 figures of pup ulatlon we get nn average consump tion of 82 3G pounds per capita which Is more than onehalf of the average per capita weight of the people of the country including men women and chlldreu in this calculation Onefifth jof this enormous total of 7000000000 pounds speaking now in very general terms Is produced at home ont fth is brought from our own islands and the remaining three fifths from foreign countries Of the ltBlOOOOOO rounds produced at home C4l000000 wu froducnl trout cauo and 907000000 from beets Of the 1264000000 pounds brought from our own Islands 40SOOOOOO was front Porto Rico 81000000 from Hawaii and 25000000 tram the Philippines Of the 1367000000 pounds brought front foreign countries 3236000000 was cane sugar from Cuba 732000000 from other canesugar countries and 39S HKJHJO be sjjsr tmlnrwl in Ku ropeMeantime 13000000 pounds were ex ported leaving the total oensurotittnn at home as above Indicated over 7 000000000 SENT DULCET INTO HER BRAIN Husband WJth Horror Whit Talented Wife Commits Suicide Grand Rapids ltlchD 2lWellJ- im how iio you like the looks of this said sirs Myrtle Soarles to her buss band early Sunday morning Attired only In her night NOthing she was slUing at the foot of the bed from whlth sho had just arU n driven by Insomnia lo late aumoka PalntftU at her hOld was an automatic Colts re volver before he could move tbd re volver had spoken and there was a hole through her bead that brought death In Itltlrnln- CUltured talented a horsewoman an artist only 32 the mother of two beau tiful children with money In her own right married lo a wealthy man and with apparently everything to live for the only conclusion Is that she was temporarily Inane Mrs Henries was married when very young to n man named Gordon ono of the wealthy Cleveland family at that name After his death eight or nine years ago Mrs Gordon married her present husband Searlcs is o mining promoter with Interests at Cobalt and In Nevada nnd Arizona Two Children Cremated Traverse City Jllch lice 1Two children were crtfmetcd when Iho home of Edward Toner was burned ut Inter loch ell west of this city Tho family were nil In bed WhD Mrs Toner was awakened by tho lire There was Just time for herself and bet sick husband to escape with a baby which won sleep lug In their room leaving Mary aged C years and Lyman aged 3 years who were in another room Jumped Overboard end Was Drowntd Qttrorislown Dee 2tThe While Star liner Arable which arrived Sun day evening reported that Father Kelly of St Agnes rectory Paterson X J had jumped overboard Thursday morning and was drowned lie Intend ed to pass Christmas In Ireland Ills act possibly was duo to a temporary breakdown The occurrence created n painful sensation on board especially among tuo Irish nasacngorfl Fire Did 100000 Damage Mobile Ala Dec 2tlore than 100000 damage was done and many firemen had narrow escapes during ablaze Sunday morning that destroyed the wholesale candy establishment of William C Oanmhauscr on Commerce street Four car loads ot Christmas fireworks were burned up making p spectacular scene Railroad Cashier Ends Life Omaha Neb Dec 21William It Kelly cashier of the Union PaclS railroad at South Omaha committed suicide Sunday by shooting Union Pa cific oQlclals declare that Kellys accounts were in perfect condition NoInsurance Carried Washington Dec 21on the maR million dollars wprth of buildings ewncvi by lire baited States gov ramcnt in the FuMtma canal wont not one tent of IRWMSCO la ears tied I ROPE VAULTING A Sport Which the Boys Always Find Full of Excitement Of course most of our boys know all about high jumping and polo vaulting but have you ever hoard of ropo vaulting All you really need is a food stout rope a tree limb to hang it to and something to jump over but li It very much more fun to do It exactly Ight Get two boards or strips ot boards Clout eight feet high On one side 3r each of these drive small nails a little way Into the wood About an Inch apart leaving the head and about half tho nail sticking out Leave two feet of one end of your pole or strip of wood freo from nalla With a sharp take make two boles In tho ground beneath the troy limb that Is to hold your tope Make these holey about six feet apart and about 18 Inches deep Now put your post Into the holes and drive them firmly n place with the nails tainting tho same way on both tales let a thin lath or slender stick long enough to reach between the posts and light enough to rest on the nails center ground A a tat Sport till toward Vrhoio j I Indicates r the Squash IIyellow a member Grow School Civic league Their exhibit garden which appropriately asters end and yellow mention agriculturallsta superintendent schools a r school acting judges squash prize was raised by D ConAnt ficed1u ptabted tho squash showing liquid dressing whon picked eta measured C7H In rlromf weighed 70H pound A special prize n book was fur As thevrn ml cniof Ihe cliooltt largest squash before September a ten dollars was a local goods dealer Master Matter Conaat considers himself for his ho expects tq realize the nuuuhhAZTEC FORT Renee of PrtColumblan Days to Be Seen In Navajo Canyon Jn ptDColuroblan days even before the period of the Aztec aftd Toltec pooples and at a when a considerable portion southwestern of this country now embraced Colorado Utah and Now Mexico wos densely pofulated by a race well advanced In many of crude arts con warfare was carried on between factions rival tribes or different as is by tho post dons picked out by the peace dwellingsincan be found towers find lookouts windows or commanding all ap Usually tits jowcra pro a part of the main building but occa theyare detached and stand o and are built flclently td afford a view country on all sides Ofid of those romarkablo structures has been foupd Navajo canyon Include within Mesa Verde National park iu southwestern Colorado tower stands on- toptf a s dt6iM ccmo about feet highland Is ixsrfectly cyltedrical Dy tlrt d steps Iu the stone Jt is to climb to tho tower and eves to walk around IL The walls are 24 a thick although their oriklB height not kaawn these sow la placo are sfton net tower 6rfMfi from bottom of the canyon to as above wrroundtag rim cosiaanilcd a view- of the adjacent mesa Nd ua dOHBtodly the which of an npproacklnif onemy- couldbo sent to chin dwellers ewiyoa bbyoad The Mllwaekqe has atmest VoM t3 Ibe KM horsy isll lklpal de artmeata 0 to climb up to the limit of the trw INotit your rope firmly In place on Just over tho nt ttltITho ropo should reach to with in two feet of tho Now stand few foot from the crostpleco spring toward itlpull yourself up the ropo as high you can foot first if you Know how to do tile trick rn wing over I the crotipleco all the picture It Is easy enough is you will nnd when you try It but to wake vault seven or eight feet highwell that another rantter 110JThe secret of vaulting plains Good Literature Is to grill the rope SB from the ground all yen Enjoying the slble throw your body Dacfcward raise your feet they point nearly straight up and as you swing crOMpIeco pull on the rope Mftlnj your body You can over the crosd l at astonishing height Ifindhealthful sport BOY GROWS 70POUND SQUASH Size of Pall Siza of the Our illustration shows a mammoth squash which wu fay ot the of Hyde Park UoiUm of various produces took place in the exhibition halt was decorated with and goldenrod prizes ofIblue red ribbons were given M well as honorable to quccosiful young the of and fatty momb of tho committee uThe took the last John 11 years of ago Tho May 15 1908 form July 12 U was fed with quite frequently and September 10 Inches rtle and of alto given his efforts an additional inducement to rnltlugMho 30 prize of Ion by dry and Conant won that also quite wtU paid time and trouble and still more from tale of the squashjAN probably time of the part within and Industries Rant races evidenced Jofeneivo moro communal buildings with small Ioopholea proaches sionally somo cut high of the In the which Is the The still 38 of were powlbl tnck and ft nine high nl41 the wloyatkm the Will viewpoint from warnings out tho U the ettyef et IflaM away yourself yourself shows highrope the pats raised which A TRUE FRIEND r I tTouching Story of a Dog That QrUvtd for His Dead Muter During tho French rorolutlon a very gotxl utau was thrown Into prlsonanlllcondemned to dlo This dog a water spaniel who was mostxfaithful to the roan while ho was atihome and when tho man left I homo to go to prison the dOS followed i I Ot conrso ho was refuted admittance i so lie went to a neighbors houseutwhere bo boarded and lodged but this time was spent sitting In front of the 4 prison door His faithful watch at length won over the Jailer who sib itTowed him to enter tbo dark place end enjoy an hour with his matter After 4 I that he was allowed Ms hours pleat f 4 1 ure until tho day the master WWI led 1 f f to execution rho mans only true friend the dog walked to tho burial 4 place and never rested until he saw j i the man laid away and then bo laid f himself over the grove where he re mained tot thrca days Thct neighbor at whose house the animal sought lotiglng Enticed him homo After the third day of watch and made him cat but the dog escaped an hour later and again sought the hurls place Three months patted Each day tbo dog went to the neighbors fur food and then back to his place of watubr but each day ho was more aid orb I lean and more languishing1 They even chained him to keep him at home but ho broke his fetters escaped aa4tinever left it again At tho grace hlarrttClrthla true friend breathed this last te Make Tint Lantern Stldt Purchase some Jantern elide pules and ix theta is hypo wltho t exydttoe 1ingtbjat jrtjrfcctly Iran parent II1HoaISlioaon the glace which will readily taki color Mix a rather we V soW j tfoH W tle MtRlHn ire of the d4s4fd r idler aail dip the plate la k wlplaif the plate a44clglla If not dark caougki 4li main sad aaala haul dp J sired tint it attained Utttag it dry i between each dipping A very light blue tint audit will brigbteo a yelloW film COn ltWrably but tho tint mmt be very Just a bare fiat TelegraphIn wyoga a wireless tetegrapfe thugs IB 1 balleet1 uee I Uy MtMMf it m Micvs bent treat kit to timk at teL IT 11 VI IUI I 3 KND TUBEPREMJE ACCEPTS STATE PORTFOLIO IN MR TAFTS CAmIN- TPRESIDENTELECTISHAPPYI invites Senator to Augusta to Advlss Him Wlckersham Not Yet I Selected for Attorney t General1 Augusta Od William II Taft presi rldayII ntato In his cabinet announcement followed the re y Mr Taft of a telegram whtfiu late In the afternoon conveying j1Tillt Uon from Mr Knox that cabinet accept the premiership of that 1 am to bo congratulated t in securing tho services of Senator Knox In my cabinet said Judge Taft InI Philander C Knox first a great lawyer and second it man who would nil the public eye not only hero but abroad as a nan who Alands out preeminently as a great AmericanMr wee a groat attorney general ho was a prominent candl date for tho presidency and ho Is rec ognizod In tho scnata and elsewhere ono of tho great lawyers of that l body Judge Taft also feels that from a political viewpoint the selection ot Mr Knox II most happy Ho explained iio that there was often a feeling that tho I atate of Pennsylvania with Us as cured Republican majorities WM H slighted In the matter of recognition in the high councils ot tho party That this will not be tho ClUe in tho next thoI4 should Invite Senator Knox to come 7toAugusta that ho might consult him with reference to tilling other 11placea In his cabinet tho report that George jilli W Wicker ahiun of New York would be attorney general In his cabinet ilr TOIL said that ho had not yet de ii crmlned en anyone definitely for tho ri attorney generalship I j KILLS GIRL WHO REJECTS HIM l f rutal Murder by Youno Man In 1 Somervllle Mats p Spmorvllle Mats EnragoS because Ma former sweetheart Miss Maud I r Hartley had rejected him James D 1 llainmn tho 18yearold son of Police I Sergeant James M Harmon shot and killed her on the street here Friday Miss jlartloy was of the same ago as Aer slayer and was the daughter ot Mrs Agnes Hartley a physician When i 3J Miss Hatiloy tell Harmon lifted the Vody and throw It on tho steps ot a ricarby poro with tho tem rJeT There 1ln1shcci hor Ho then fled but halt aa hour later surrendered to the poIkeoIv Maximum Penalty for Fraud Harrisburg PaJobn IL Sanderson eon tract or for the furnishing of the l Rewtato capitol exAuditor General r7 W R Snyder exState Treasurer W L Mathues and exSuperintendent ot Public Groundeand Buildings James C M Bhuraaker convicted of conspiracy ta 4dra4jkn state la th cam grow wartpesdteatIry C6e floe and eosts the HMuttaim fWfifokment allowed by law snd were reku OB I1WW ball oa IHI B stn OMelsl is ANUM- IIBNaLeo F McCiiUovgh presl tJtit rf tM cqmao council ot noetoe lay night surrendered hlBisolf to the police He is charged with perjury HIt conspiracy to defraud the city out ot fWSc June 1 l twell Kiw Aetr JLfVf14 DeN I LM A felN CsJ Hrry Olaxlor a OtlHilee 4 In w ta hta NMI at tbe IIMeI Mary Us udwa Q Heart dIeeae- E rVHQ VW FiwWBW r WVVnsM 1a4L Jo CARACAS STIRRED BY RIOTS MOBS SWEEP THROUGH CITY UN HINDERED BY POLICE Crowds Burn Statues end Pictures of President and Plljago Property of His Friends Caracas VenozuelaTho people of Caracas nrosa ajalnat President Cas tro An Infuriated mob unhindered by the police swept through tbo city wrecking the property of Mil hench men and his closest friends The peo plo rounded up nil tho statucii and pie lures of President Castro from the clubs and other nerafpubllc buildings and burned them with rejoicing on the PIorn Bolivar Castros rule In Venezuela probably Is ended In spite of Hollands warlike actly ton the coast there have been no demonstrations agalntt the Nether lands they all havo been directed against President Castro and Acting President Gomez Tho Venezuelan capital witnessed an outbreak of dUordsr following tho warlike activities of the Dutch war ships along tho coast that made it necessary by nightfall to declaro martial law In order to put an end to the rioting and pillaging Thoro were sev oral attacks on private propertYon tho part of tho mob before tho author ties got tho situation In band and iey oral of the agitators were arrested There was no actual conflict between the people and the police The pll JAglni was confined to the properties of Venezuelans notably Senor RUar and Thlelon No foreigners were molested Further dangerous demonstrations are anticipated No official act de posing Castro from tho presidency of Venezuela yet has been taken but such a step Is expected any moment 13crlinPrei4nt Castro of Venezuela maintains his composure In the face of alarming1 reports which have been published here regarding tbo dis turbanco In Venezuela When die patches were shown toTilm Wednes day that tho people of Caracas bad arisen against him ho said quietly HI dent believe It I bad dispatches therrmentloncd TOTAL POPULAR VOTE GIVEN 14853059 Datlots Cast In the Last Election New York Tho total popular vote of the various presidential candidates at the lost national election was made known Wednesday In an official form by tho tiling of the last of tho official rotes that of Michigan Tbo totals show the following rotes castTaft Rep 7G37G7G Uryan Dem 6393188 Debs Soc 448 463 Chafln Pro 24125 lllagcn Imt 3186 WnUon Pop 33871 Cubans Soc LI1b1642t Total for all candidates 14SC3059 This grand total exceeds by 1342 351 tho total number of votes cut In the presidential election of 1901 when the grand total was 13510703 Compared with that election the candidates of the Republican Demo cartlc and Socialist parties Increased their vote this year Tho reverse Is true of tho candidates of the Prohibi lIon Populist and Socialist tabor parties Tbo Independence party did not figure In the presidential election ot tour years ego PLUNGE TO DEATH WITH AUTO Milwaukee Man and Chauffeur Drown In the River Milwaukee An automobile con talnlng three men dashed Into the open draw ot the Oneida street brldgo at one oclock Thursday morning and went to tile bottom of tho river car- ryIng two of the occupants to their death The dead nro Oscar 55 Bartlett member of tho board of trade and Albert Kuns chauffeur A F Solliday of the Solliday Motor Company was rescued Tho car approached tho bridge from the east coming down the Oneida street bill at o high rate of speed Two driver apparently did not notice that the bridge was opon until tho car was within 20 feet of IL Kutiz then made a trestle effort to avoid the river but only succeeded lit turn- Ing the car ollar as the curb where It bounded into tho air turning a com plate somersault between the dock and the center pier of tho bridge Tws New Records foe Wfliht L6 Mans FrnbcWIlbEy Wright the American aoroplanlet of Dayton 0 established now worlds record for heaVlerthanalr machines Friday while trying for the Mlcholln cup re maining in tho air 1 hour 63 minutes and C9 seconds Tho best previous record Is 1 hour 31 minutes aad 51 see oadB made by Mr Wright Septem ber 21 Mr Wright closed a triumphant day by achtovlBg another record flying to a height of 360 feet IB a strong wind sad wtepleg tho Sartho Aero clubs prii tor height WIJI Fsht ftc Bleached Flaur Lincoln NOTke entire milling la dty of Kebraslja will oppose tho re cent order of Secretary of Agriculture Wilson prohlMUag the transportation and wlaof i4Asntour in interstate comraprcc Tw Killed hy an Explfslcn Lebanon OA terrible oxplolo In llMi plant ef the Seator rOWctfCO- y OM mlto north el Morrow tkU CMMtr Friday ItMUftUy killed CJllMtw aitie 35 yw el4ad WH TJrten 23 INoW M f 4tsr v A IfI A tIc HEARSTS PUBLISHER ACCUSED S 3 CARVAHLO CHARGED WITH CRIMINAL LIBEL J D Rockefeller Jr Bun Complaint- on Article Saying He Originated Peonage In Stockade Now YorkOn a charge of criminal IJbel made by John D Rockefeller Jr S S Carraino president of the Star Company publishers of William IL Hearsts New York AmerIcan was arrested Thursday and arraigned lu pollco court before Magistrate Finn At the solicitation of Clarence J publicationsdoing raised on tho part of Assistant District Attorney Garvan who bad charge of the jirosccutlon Mr Carve bo was paroled In the custody of his lawyer until December 2C for exam nation Mr Rockefeller accompanied by his counsel Lawyer Murphy appeared District Attohioy Jeromes offlco InI In the day and made complaint that the article published In the New York American of December 17 under n Chicago unto of Dcoamber 1C with tho head line J D Rockefeller Jr originated peonage In stockade It is said tended to Injure hlr good name reputation and credit and to make him appear ridiculous Ho submitted t typewritten affidavit embodying those charges to District Attorney Garvan to whom the case was assigned On the presentation er the affidavits to Magistrate Finn he Issued warrants for the arrest of Mr arvalho Bradford Merrill treasurer and Edward H Clark secretary of the Star Company Mr Carvalho was found In his of flee Merrill and Clark were not in their offices Mr Carvalbo took his arrest good naturedly Bradford Merrill treasurer ot tho Star Company explained Thursday night that tho article at which Mr Rockefeller had taken offonsd had rome troD Chicago In the regular rou tine way that It bad not originated in New York and that an Investigation would be started at once u we find that wo have wronged Mr Hockefol ler said Mr Merrlll wo will of course do overrUling In our power to atone for It- TOBACCO COMBINE ILLEGAL Federal Circuit Court Decree Orders Trust to Dissolve New York Nino companies with their subsidiaries are named as con- Stituting an Illegal combination in tho final decree filed Tuesday In tho United States circuit court putting Into effect the judgment recently obtained by tho government in Its suit to trulltjTbo can Cigar Compnny tho American Stoglo Company MacAndrovrs Forbes Company P Lorillard Co It J Reynolds Tobacco Company UlacUwells Durham Company and the Conley Foil Company Each of the first live of these companies the court declares hi la Itself a combina tion In violation of law The order enjoins these companies from continuing as parties in the com blnaUon and restrains them from en gaging In Interstate or foreign trde until reasonablo competition be tween them Is restored Appeals by both the government and the defend ants will net as a temporary stay of the decree Blltiard In Newfoundland St Johns N FTho worst bllsrd experienced IB Newfoundland tlmany years has hoan iag4ngorCO- hours and heavy damage has been done to fishing vessels a lumber at which have been blown ashore Stock Braktr Kills Himself Joplin YoStandia before a salt rot la the bathroow of his apartswrnts hero Friday Col Hy B Marchbank a prominent stock broker sent a bullet through hlo brain MarchbaBk left noto to his sinter ascribing ill health for his action Lad Killed tn Boalng But IthiIadolpktLJame Curren 18 years old was killed Ja aloitlq boet wfth Benjamin Struct 17 years otwa at the lIrowaY Athletic Cltth FrW y JNrMt was rretd J rt M t r I11 TWO NEBRASKA BANKS ROBBED Bandits Dynamite Safes Fight Citizen and Flee in Auto Gibbon NobSlx robbers after dynamiting the safes of the Farmers State bank of Koono at Keene 28 miles south of Gibbon and the Com mercial bank ot Gibbon engaged in a pitched battle hero with a number ot citizens early Friday and escaped Irj an automobile Ith I GOO Ono of the robbers is believed to have been woTftidod and to have been carried off by his comrades The Keene bank was first entered Hero two vault doors wero opened by the force of an explosion The rob bets secured 3000 climbed Into an automobile and started north A farmer aroused by the explosion saw the robbers as they sped out of town but made no attempt to Interrupt them An hourlator the robbers reached Gibbon and while four of their num bet began work inside of the Com mercial bank two others kept guard outside Here tho explosion attract ed a number of citizens to the scone among them 0 T Holloway president of the bank Holloway approaching the two men stationed outside tho bank accosted them bellevng them to bo acquaintances of his For reply two bullets whizzed by him one pierc ing the bankers overcoat but doing no harm Whllo a posse was gather ing the robbers InsIde the bank kept steadily at work the guards mean while keeping up a steady fire on the Citizens Finally the citizens partly surrounded tho building and for 15 minutes a lively fusllade ot shots was exchanged Finally at a given signal all six robbers made their escape through a roar door and soon made off again escaping in their machine An investigation disclosed blood stains on the bank floor indicating that one of tho robbers had been shot They bad taken 2600 from the banks vault The posse started In pursuit but the robbers soon gained tho lead and were lost to sight FREEDOM DAWNS IN TURKEY New Ottoman Parliament Is Opened I by the Sultan Constantinople Turkey made her bow as a full fledged constitutional monarchy Thursday when the new Ottoman parliament held its first sea sion Thursday was proclamed a general holiday In honor of tho parliament and tho city did Its best to observe the occasion fittingly The decorations were unprecedented and most of tho population was In the streets eagerly discussing the prospects of tho new regime Practically every regiment In tho Constantinople garrison lined the route under arms when the aultab drove to open the assembly while school children stationed at vantage points atone the way sang the hymn of liberty as the imperial cortege pasocd WellKnown Author Dead Now Haven Cons Donald Grant Mitchell 8i years old the well known author who wrote under the nom de plumo Ik Marvel died at his home Marvelwood In Edgawood a suburb of this city Tuesday night At Die UtJe at thc tlmo of Mr Mitchells death were hiD eons Harold ot Now London and Walter of Newark and hIs daughters Mrs Walter Hart of fiyo N Y Mrs Mason Hoppla and the Misses Elizabeth Bessie and liarnet Mitchell all of New Haven BUrten Net t Be In Cabinet New Yerk1t was authoritatively announced Wednesday night that the offer ot a cabinet position to Congress man Theodore Button of Cleveland had boon withdrawn by Mr Taft and would not be renewed Steamer Sunk IiI Collision New Yorfc Tkw BrilUh freight outldtoII up alone t2ng Gl elll were Strike CoKeyvllle KanThe window giaei GlasaVimpanyFriday and at midnight the blowers el UM Co ovlllo Window Okm C w fUr qait work i r tS n L JNOTES FIluntFOBT Governor Regrets Lynching I am very sorry that lUll was lynched although ho deserved to be punished as ho was if as you say ha confessed that he was guilty of tho crime with which he was accused but ho shouldnot have boon lynched said Got Willson politicians In this city and those close to Coy Willson is that Judge A J O Wells of Murray Calloway county will be appointed to succeed Dr Milton Hoard on tho board ot control Jan nary 1 Will Be Tried In Kenton Circuit Court In the 50000 damage suit of Joel IL Ward of Covlngton against the Pull man Car Co of Chicago the c N O T P IL R Co and others tho court ot appeals directed that the trial for damages be held in the Kenton circuit court Injunction Granted An injunction was issued against Tax Collector Richardson Mayor Hume and the members of tho city council at the request of the Stato National bank restraining thorn from collecting S3500 taxes on 123109 ot tho capital stock surplus etc Clerks Will Pay Full Penalty State Inspector Thatcher who hISS been working on the books ot various county and circuit clerks of the state said that In future whenever be finds any shortage ho will collect the full penalty of 20 per cent allowed tiT law Instead of the amount due Willson Answers Temperance People Oov Willson in a circular answjra temperance peoples request for an extra session by saying This is ono ot tho regular subjects in all regular sos slons and will be in tho next and there Is no emergency nor extraordinary no cesslty for Immediate consideration Plumbers File Suit J M Vandler Co of Atlanta plumbers of tho now capitol filed suit In the Franklin circuit court against Iho General Supply and Construction Co tho Federal Union Surety Co ot Indianapolis tho capitol commission and the board of sinking fund garni fheelng J33S198 In their hands al leged to bo duo for material furnished the new building Reward Lost on a Technicality Assistant Secretary of State Morris stated that tho officers who arrested James 11111 the alleged murderer ot Miss Mamie Womack will not get any part of the reward that was offered by the state for the arrest of the cul prit The conditions ot tho reward were that It should bo given it the ar rest was made at any tlmo after h4t day it was offered but tho arteat was madeon the same day making tho re ward void Night Rider Case Before Court of Ap 4 peals Pending in the appellate court of Kentucky for decision which Is expect ed shortly is the case of tho common wealth against Joke Ellis and others tho famous night rider case from Cal loway county appealed for tho purpose of getting the court to construe cor lain stautes regarding tho taking of testimony and practice concerning the admlsslblllty of evidence The decision In this case will determine the prose tttlbU of hun dreds of other indictments for confed erating for tho purpose of intimidating New Trial Secured In a sweeping opinion prepared by Commissioner that was handed down by tho courtot appeals Park Roberts of Ft Thomas Is given anew trial in his suit to recover from J B Respess of Cincinnati the noted turf man and others the sum of 3500 Curt of Appeals Sustains Judgment The court et appeals sustains com pHtf the Judgment rendered by Judge Robert L Stout ot tho Franklin circuit court that tho act of tho 1908 legislature appropriating the lump sum of 500000 for the benefit of the State university at Lexington and tho two state normal schools the Eastern at Richmond lithe Western at Bowl lag authority ot the institution and that the fqrther an nual of 70600 for the maintenance ot the three InsUtutloM carried bjj the act te also valid sad tuttftt be paid Decision Reversed Tho court of appeals reversed the Jeclalon ot Judge of the Jefferson circuit court in tho case trowing out ot the vahidityot 181 permit granted to Icka of ClaclnaatV under nlcka Is building a theater ville and which is now nearly com pleted Thla doclnlon empowers ned In tat Instructs 4uigr McOeo of tku Louisville police court to atop the werk on he theater OR the ht It uiehNC hfet wtrw toIrO1 c 4 to H w IC ROUND ABOUT THE STATE J 14ICAPITAL AppoIntedInlormatlon commonwealth qreeswf1IU appropriation ODaugberty thobUltdl t1Iy1 Paducah Ky Messengers In attendance from Kentucky and Tennessee association qAmericaafter fiery arguments oftDnnrille Ky Twelve people rendered dangerously Ill at vjllo near hero as thq result of what n1 appears to have boon an attempt to destroy two families by poison placed In a cooler at the residence of Brent PowelL Paris KyThe dean of Mrs Hilt tie Mcllvaln Casey following a brief reconciliation with her husband Dr I Henry L Casey of the United State veterinary service stationed nt DanIyule Ky brings to a close a suit ponltIing for divorce In tho Bourbon circuit court Lexington ICyThe failure of At torney J Franklin Wallace to hare his client in court when the case of virgin Porter suing 1 N Williams of jlte Lexington steam laundry for 10000 because of an alleged fractured ankle resulted in a verdict by default for the defendant Ixmlsvllle KyTho Highest average price on a large lot of tobacco this year or probably in many yeaw on tho local breaks was paid at tho Main Street house Eighty hogsheads of old 1607 burley sold within a range of S18 and 123 the average being 2050 The tobacco was of good quality and In good condition Lexington KyA site for the plant of the recently organized Lexington Motor Car Co was purchased from the Sharkey estate by the officers of tho company Dr F F Bryan of Georgetown is president and G D Wilson of this city is secretary The company expects to begin the manufa ture of automobiles March 1 Jackson KyTbo usual exddus ot a large part of tho population of this town following the trijiafer of one of the Breathltt rcuacases is even moro marked In the present Instance of the change of venue In the Beech Harris murder case to Irvine Nearly 200 Jocksonlana aro In attendance at tho dJLouisville KyA A Russell ten eral passenger agent of the Lousvll Nashville announced that theSoutii pastern Passenger association lisa con curred in a roundtrip rate of practi cally three cents per mile oneway dis tance plus 25 cents for the Southern Electrical and Industrial Exposition which wit open In Louisville April 12 and last 12 days Henderson KyItdovelops that the coal mining property and coal rights under nearly 8000 acres of land at Kobards near this city recently con veyed by the Panama Coal and Coke Co to S W Shrader of Plttsburg will be taken over by the Southern Coat and Transportation Co of Grafton W Vo and operated by It The com pany is composed of Plttsburgr capi talists Louisville Kyone of the most un usual cases of coma that bas over been called to the attention of physicians is that of Mrs Joseph Stevens aged 35 who is at the Parkland infirmary Mrs c Stevens has been in this stato two weeks and all tho attempts to arouso her have proven vain She was gtreii an anaesthetic preparatory to an oper titian for tumor and has since tailed to revive Louisville Ky When the Interstate Commerce Commission convenes lit i Washington there will be presented a petition from the oulsvlllo Commer del club protesting against a changeiIn classification recently died by the Southern Closslficatloa Committee the Southeastern Freight association aual1tho Southeastern Mississippi Valley Freight association and all common carriers associates and allied meat bore of the associations named Newport KyTko Columbia Gas and Electric Co which has the con- trAct to supply Cincinnati with natural gas and Is engaged In the work of constructing a 20Inch pipe HBO from West Virginia melds to Cincinnati tot that purpose met with Its first tega ijclrcuUfrom cateriBff upon a farm arid fro i excavating hauling plpo or otherwise 0 using the land for the purpose ot lay lag a pipe line 1 t Lexington Ky Theno Is UfIIhdomic of burglary and sneak thievery throughout Central Kentucky The po 4- llco attribute It to the fact of the bloW 4 to the thoroughbred breeding Industry 1 ina the troubles In the tobacco Indus try j Louisville KCItT Attorney Wak ey marked lila entrance to ciliceab- y revlrinic tho action against the J II riMe Nanhvilto KsHrMd Co where II j In the city seeks tflIMWTU WcklsxtA 1- etatiag to M jf z fu jfi dNt tt OtOJPIII0 01o oeoeotlOosoeueoeoeiUeiuaUliuWllUeu4uMe iEast Kentucky Correspondence 1 i You Get Nowhere Else I Ha eantipoittic fibUihtd nnlm tifBtlin toll ty tk wmti The Dam I II Wet tM abllcatioD kit al u pndeaee ot toed faith Wrtt pUinlT 0 e nsotlo o oeoso n oeonatnthoooooouuvvREMEMBER THE DATE Winter Term of Berea College AllDepartmentsOpens ENGAGE BEREA ROOM FOR WINTER TERM There will bo more students at Barca the coming winter than ever before especially In the Normal DC partment Tho number of young adios expected Is olpc ally largo and for tho winter tho beautiful xow hotel tho Daulol Boono Houw will bo used as an annox to Ladles Hall The old Hospital Building Is betel fitted up for tooflta for young men There are s=odr rooms still to be bad but thT are filling up rapidly Write to tare S erotary Will C Gamble Be rea Ky oaelodg one dollar and he will reserve a room for you Be on hand Jan 6 Tnn opens at 7M on morning of the Gth- JACKSON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce J W Mulllns of Egypt Ky a can didate for County Judge of Jackson County subject to the action of the Republican party ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce S S Wolfe of Maulden Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub ject to tho action of tho Republican party We are authorized to announce W R Creech of Egypt Jackson County Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jack son County subject to the action of tho Republican party CLOVER I1OTTOM Clover Bottom Dec 20Mr J A Smith and Miss Laura Hatfleld were quietly married Friday evening tot the home of the brides sister Mrs Mary Sparks They surprised their friends by keeping It secret until the day after the wedding Tho Rev William Powell performed tho cer monyA protracted meeting which has been conducted at Kerby Knob the past week by the Rev Wise of Annvllle resulted In fifteen additions to the church twelve ot which were baptized Sunday near the mill darn William Powell and Lewis McGuIrc each lost a valuable steer last week and the rest of their cattle are sick with some unknown disease Sulphur seems to be the cure as the cattlo 1which have been given sulphur sro getting well The schools In this part of the county will most of them close Christmas week The school at this place will close Wednesday Dec 23 with an entertainment Ucorge and Canada Sparks of Evergreen were Kerby Knob visitors SundayJohn Baker of Opal Wyoming writes to bis parents that he was married about a month ago to Miss Anna Johnson of that place He and his brother have government positions ATCORN Alcorn Dec 22Mr J M Blanton Visited William Murphy who Is very Blck The Rev Ellhu Rose Is on the sick list The big protracted meet- Ing Is continuing at this placeold Uncle Preston Adkins and aunt Lcllle D visited Reason Baker at Foxtown Saturday Robert Blanton visited Willie Blanton near Ball Rock Sat urdayCooge Isaacs bought a fine mule and heifer of E J Harrlson In a drunken brawl near Foxtown Geo Harrison and Dud Miller engaged In a desperate fight Both used knives each received slight wounds The constable arrested them Nathan Isaacs visited Will Isaacs at Foxtown ylsled dapHector Johnson candidate for Frlt was r 1guest of Miss Nettle Blanton Sunday AXNVIZI K p Annvllle Dec 21Tho Rev Mr Woodard closed a successful 2 weeks meeting at Conway Disciples church with eight additions to the church 1Mr Albert Johnson made n business to McKee todayMr Joe Ever solo passed thru hero Friday on his 7 way to London Allsa Etta Medlock of Olin visited Kiss Mattie Medlock yesterday Mr R A Johnson went to London Saturday Mr Leonard folksfI Line Roark and Joe Johnson are rn- a trip to Breathltt buying cattle Mr Henry Ingram of Derea Is visiting his parents near here this week The school at this place will close Friday with as eatertainneat sad Christ 1 V mas tree for the children Flro got lout on the farm of Rev Will John son last week and destroyed several hundred panels of tcnco for him and others Miss LIzzlo Johnson wont to McWhortor last Saturday hopping MI mil FORK Mlddletork Dee 20Mr Green Lakes and wife and little son Sherman are visiting home tolksJ W Angel is on tho sick list Eliza and Lethi Tussey visited at Woss Angels Sun day Myrtle and Rena Angel visIt- ed Olllo Angel Thursday Wesley Angel made a business trip to Livings ton Thursday Several visited Mrs Edna Tussoys school Friday evening IDan Angel made a business trip to Letter Box Sunday rAIIROT Parrot Dec 20 Services were at Shlloh Sunday conducted by the Rev A B Gabbard Mr and Mrs Adam Price visited the formers mother and brother near Lite Sunday Mr Robt McDowell who has been at Hamilton Ohio for the past few weeks return ed homo todayCorn is selling ot 76 cents per bushel Mr Joe Black returned homo last Saturday from Illinois where he has been for tin last two months Mr Roy Rader of Annvlllo attended church at Letter Box SundayMr Frank Cornellui will soon have his new dwelling com pleted Several from this place plan to go to the closing exercise of Mrs Joe Tusseys school Christmas Day ftQCKCASTlE COUffT UISIUTANTA- Dlsputanta Dec 21Tho Sunday school at Clear creek Is progressing nlc tyMrs Mary Rowlott Is on the sick list this week There was a box supper at tho Hammond school house last Friday night for the purpose or having a Christmas tree raising s00Mr and Mrs M V Swlnforc visited the latters father tho Rev I Rowlctt Sunday evening Mlw Virginia Payne will go to Bares soon l Mr Jesse Simpson of Speedwell visited his cousin Mrs Mary RowlettI I KOUIMT Roblnet Dec 19Jns Slagle Js giving five cents a pound for hog- headsNed Parker and the Single Bros bars taken a contract to make two hundred ties for Tad DrewMan der Howard and Harrison Bowles vis Ited Robert Lear of Carico Dec 13 Neal Roberts has taken charge or tho Tussey property D J Carpen tor will give a tree party Christmas night Invitation extended to every oue Mlao Linda Bollards school closes Thursday with an exhibition Born to tho wife of John D Carpenter on tho 12th a fine boyGreen Carpenter Is building a new dwelling on John Mullins Creek farm He expects to move next spring John Mar tin and George Jones aro doing a hustling tie business In Wolfe Pa Cam Soxtbn hen postponed his tjlr to Clay County till after Ghrlstmat Little HIram Phllllpg died Dec Sth and his remains were laid to rest tIle day following In the Slaglo cemetery I UOONY Boone Dec 21t1ho Infant child of Mr and Mrs Jess Wren is quite slckMrs D Bolen broke her arm by falling from the culbert on he railroad near Snyder while returning from church last Friday night Dr Cowley of Berpa set the broken bone Elmo McClure of Snyder has his leg cut btdlyDD Chaatecn was In Madison County ono day last week Mr Sam McClure was reelected superintendent of Sunday school last SundayMrs J D Coylo was the guest of Mrs W M Rich of near Rockford Sunday Talltha Coyle vis ited friends at Snyder Sunday Chas Hicks of Copper Creek was hero Sunday John Johnson ot Illinois Is visiting home folks hero nW1 19 rrRWT VINCENT Vincent Dec ISWe are having some fine weather at present Circuit court Is In session at Bconevllle Tho moving picture show at Need more Tuesday given by James Moore was a success and all who attended wore highly pleased Mr J C Bot ncr has sold his tide lot of poplar pine and oak lumber which he sawed In the latter part of the fall to the Swan Day Lumber CoJas Burns and wife of Delvlnta Loo County are the guests of Rolo Venable at this writing Quit a large crowd from In and around Vincent was at IVjono rlllo Monday attending Circuit court Mr P S Trctdwny has gone to Lioulsvlllo on business for a big land company for which he has been working for some tlmeMr JIM Isaacs has purchased a fine Bddl mare from James EurnsT B Vonabla 1 and Rutus Jackscn were at Bedlty vlllo Tuesday oa buclness Thero will bo a Christmas tree at the Nccdmon school house at Vincent Dec 24 Every body welccme I TA1T Taft Dec 13The school at the mouth ot tho Anglin is progressing nicely with a large scholars aro preparing for a exhlblI Hon Monroe King has just returned from Beattyvillo with a fine lot or presents for tho Christmas treeMr- J R Banks Henry Saylor and Cap SAylor visited the Masonic New Hopo Saturday Dig Dan MooreI It a candidate for Owsley Co Jailor E17It9I Lr Evereolo Dec 15Corn gatherIng Is about over It Is moro plentiful and of better quality than expected Tlu Rev Dan Drown will fill his regular SundaY1MarrlMMr Angel both of Meadow Creek I Mr Vol Taylor of Conkling has de dared himself a candidate for Jailor Stephen GabbarU made a buslnos I trip to Lexington last weokMr and Mrs William Neoley and family or Ethel visited friends and relatives at this place recently Mr B nGab bard visited Alice Seula Saturday and SundayRay Wilson made a business trip to Breathltt last week Stoel buyers are plentiful In this vicinity Mark Price ot Levi visited Bells Gab bard of Bversole Hugano Garretti school closes Thursday Dee 17 with a Christmas entertainment Everybody Invited Circuit court is In sos Ion this week Judge Lewis is on the the bench Belle Gabbard visited her sister Mrs Joanetto Wilson the past weekMr and Mrs DoG Rey nold made a trip to Beattyvillo recently Mrs Reynolds was having dental work done Boonevllle bridge is completed and Is now In useMr and Mrs laden Reynolds stirred up social life with a wood chopping and a quilting and ended with a fine so clnlJno C Rose Is all smiles over the arrival ot a girlUncle Jonathan Wilson Is quite low with rheumatism Scarlet fever Is raging In his viol slty Little Edna Robinson was call ed to her happy home The parents havo our heartfelt sympathy Taylor Gabbard writes home he is having a good time He killed ono fine deer and a wild turkey tills hunting sea son CLAY COUNTY ViNE- Vine Dec 10MIw Lizzie Wilsons school dopes today All tine tcnotera are sorry to see the end ot the term Mr Arch Cornett and Mr Charley Carter are back from the U 8 army where they spout some years 4tr Johnnie Bray la very III with pnou monia Mr Johnnie Ferguson Is the guest of his grandmother Mrs M L Ferguson todayMr and Mrs Green Ferguson are happy over the arrival of a fine little girl Davo Hurley and Wilson Morgan are visiting relatives In Garrard Co this week Julia and Llztio Ferguson entertained a very tame crowd Sunday night Ellsha Browning Is down with pneu monia Mr Wilson Browning Is back from Loo County where he tins been working for hls brother LflUPFL roilNTYIt- ONIIAM Bonham flee 22 Harrison Jones our merchant at Bonham letles Ing out his store and expects to rim for County Judge Mr Squire John son has still a very bad coughMr- Lee Wyrack Is very low with con sumption Mr Frank Hicks will move to his new homo near London In a few daysMr Charley Holcomb and family visited Mr E Denham Saturday night and Sunday TKMIMAK Templar Dec 20Sam Parrot and George Parker will soon havo their dwelling house completed Mrs Em anuel Arnold has been visiting her son air E Arnold of Jackson County the pant weokA protracted meeting Is being conducted at Pilgrims Rest The school at this place taught by Miss Leila M Cornelius closed Fri day with the best record we have had for yearaair and Mrs Jace Robinson and family have boon visiting Mrs Robinsons parents cf tha- placeMr and Mrs P L Parker have been attending church at PIl- grims Rest for the past weekA large drove of cattle passed thru cn their way to Richmond the other dayMrs Lyda Powell who has been sick for sometime Is no better STILL COUNTY LOCUST 1IHANCII Locust Branch Dec 2tQuite a number of men from this place at tended the stile at Mr Owl Wilsons the 17th Stevo Daniels sold and de livered 60 barrels of corn to II 0 Dlcknell at 3 per barrel Born to the wife of Robert Land a bouncing girl on the 13th Robert smiles now at every bodyWp were sorry to learn that Bye Winkler ot Bores could not fill his appointment here ca account of Illness of his child Tho little boy Emery of Mr and Mrs It- G Blcknell has bees 111 with psee raonliv since tho 15th There Is a slight chance for recovery Kirs Dr Land was visiting In Panels last Sat urday evening Mr Norman Kindred of Illinois Is at homo Ho expects to go back lu tho spring Mr Jessie Boyle and D W Gentry are partners in the grist mill business Mrs Mary Baker had a wood cutting Saturday the lDthC M Rawllnga lum ber business Is reviving On Dee 24 there will bo a Christmas tree at Parks school houseS B Gunn was measuring logs for J M Coyle the 24tbWe want more subscribers for Tho Citizen at Locust Branch as wo feel It Is the best little paper publish ed la the state for the money 1 have sent In names ot three new subscribers and cwo renewals last week and will call on you who havent subscribed soon Hurrah for The Citizen A merry Christmas and a happy New Year to The Citizen and all Its readers GARRARD COUNTY PAINT IIOK Paint Llok Dec 21Mr Lucian Cade and Miss Laura Bales were mar rlod lnt Wednesday at the brides home Both young people an well known hero Mrs Clara Wyllo who has been very sick with pneumonia Is slowly Improving Uncle Crlt Geld well has been very poorly Mrs Ruth Davis and Miss Susie Stowo were the meets of Mrs Sue Holeomb and Muse llmmoi Lung last Saturday Tom I Bdon who has been in Illinois tho I post four months returned homo I last SaturdayMrs Jane Martin orIBig II1J1 was the guest of her Mrs G B Gabbard from Saturday to Monday ILETTERSVVEN STRAY Tho annual report of tho Fourth Assistant Postmaster General DeGraw Just issued relates that Moro than 13000000 pieces ot mall went to the doad letter offleo during the year About 11000000 place were mailed In this country 2000000 camo from abroad More than 7000000 wore returned td senders Mere than 1000000 at tke letters and parcels contained nolaaures of valueThe value of chcaUa and drafts In these letters was J2 00jO0 currant nearly 67000 OtAr 147000 of this latter could be restored to the send era About 6000000 post cards nndollrer able for various reasons were destroy ell WILL RESUME BUSINESS Although tho Kentucky river from the mouth of Red river to tho Ohio river Is strewn with pig Iron from tbo mines and furnaces in Estlll county there Is talk now of resuming operations at the furnaces which have not been operated for moro than forty years Fifty years ago Congress mar Pig Iron Kelly of Pennsyl vania visited tho mines and pronoun ced tho ore the beet ho bad ever seen Tho transportation was the only difficulty oa the Iron had to be floated from tho furnaces on barges There wero only five loqks In tho Kentucky river In those days but there aro eleven now and the rlvor is kept in much better condition Christmas isnt dying out Uuruiuus u uyiug out it has 1 cct Ice disunctlvencss as a Cura inn lthn1 soot u will bo oboeto1 ro lUlU ono of tae latter day prophets Do you boUcvo ItT It la poaslolo that our ono perfect holiday aiiail tsatl We have but taree anniversaries- of national commemoration Fourth of July Is military jubilee marred by the din of flrocrackera and the symbokt or blocdshcd Thanksgiving Is a gastronomical festival associated with guillotined turkeys and dinners that tax digestion Christmas calla a halt to tile busy iltylto In his rush altef gain and turns his thoughts back to childhood wd halfforgntton ties so that the old parents In the country tome ate laddened by a letter and a gift from the eon who Is still their boy to them No Christmas Is not growing obso leto It will live and take on fuller meaning The spirit of Christ IB now icing better understood and asslrall ited than eves before Charity is broader and more wl oy b noflc nt and the some of human brotherhood la more vital and more productive of ooperatlon and strength Mary K Irran In Uncle Rrrouas The Home ifagnzlno for December Farmers boyo and young farmers should take cpeclal notice of the ourup In farm crops to be tansht nils wlntrr by Mr Francis O Clark en Instructor In Bprea College lie will teach how to Judge of soils and seasons chow the proper way of iltornatlng or rotating crops so as to maintain the fertility of the soil and dive many valuable instructions ftt nnllnif seeds tock and other matters which help pronto make more money out of to land IN OUR OWN STATE Hargls on Trial at Las t Governor Moves for Needed Tax fteform Bradley Tries To Defeat Taft Men Elmer Hill Lynched HAUQIS TRIAL Tho trial or Dealt llargls Is progressing rapidly at Irvine As wo go to press the prosecution has completed Its case and Hargls has boon put pn tho stand as tho first witness In his own defense He told the story of tho killing very calmly and seemed to havo no rQ morse ot course he denied previous Intention to do tho deed His lawyers pointed a black picture of his father declaring that tho boys moral ruIn was oulirelr tluo to the parent von TAX REFORM GOV Willson has made a very wino move In taking stops toward a reform of tho tax laws ot the state which are among tho worst In the union Ho has ap pointed a Commission ot men of both parties with tho request that they Investigate tho subject and report suitable measure to tho next login laturo Tho subject Is ono of the most Important possible far the II nnolal wolf arc of the state and the Governor again shows his wisdom In the course whtoh he Is taking promises real wise and thoro reform BRADLBY TRIES IT Senator elect Bradley has made his first move to punish the Republicans who prof fered Taft to Fairbanks and would not change on Bradloya suyBO Ills first object of attack has been J L Harlywlno of Paris who Is up for reappointment as postmaster Early wino Is Bradley old secretary and there Hs no criticism of him mad except that he would not toke Brad lot orders Bradley tried to tit the President to refuse him to appointment but failed Now he will try to get tho appointment held up la tho Senate the ho will not be a member of that body till March 4 lie somehow seems to thInk that ho- will get Taft to punish Mr Barlywlm for supporting him- HILL LYNCHBD Another die grace has been put on tho good nam of our state by too lynching last week et Elmer lUll who as reported In the last paper was accused of killing his thirteen year eM cxxivtn A mob or only tweatyflve men wont to the jail In Monticello and took him out and hanged him after a mockery of prayer and Hinging a hymn Member ef the mob say that ho contested but ttora Is no proof of this except tka word of mn who helped In the lynch line and who have BO Justifleatlgn for their crime oven la their en minds ttRlaaji there was something more against Ute man than the ovldooc adduced A1TBR R003EVHLT Mrs James Bennett of Richmond bas written a letter to Pre Roosevelt to try to convert him to woman suffrage In a letter of his recently made public ho said that he was jn favor ot giving the suffrage to women If they wasted It but he did not believe a majority of thorn wanted It and that It would not do any great good to give It to them Mrs Bennett wants to convince him that there will be great good to bo obtained POWERS IN FRANKFORT Jaleb Powers visited Frankfort last weak fur the first tlmo since his roleasa from tho anltcntlary last spring Hi want there from Loxlnsto where he met MIss Etanor M Bonham ot Ifqrk Pa to whom It Is retorted that bo la engaged to be married JUDGE MORTON DEAD Judge Jeremiah It Morton ono ot the leading lawyers of tho state died at his homo In Lexington last Friday SCHOOLS GET MONEY Tbo suit to determine whether or not the appro rtaton of t370000 made by the last legislature for the State schools cf higher education was conctltutlonal has been decided In favor of tho schools and they will nest soon get the money The state ofUelalo objected to paying It on tho pound that no provision had bepn made by the legislature for raising the funds MAY WHIP PUPIL The Assistant Attorney General ban decided that a school teacher has a right to whip- a pupil There has been some agita tion on the subject and Mr Crabbo asked for a ruling KENTUCKY THE BATTLE GROUND The superintendent was Informed through what appears to be a very reliable source that the Ration liquor Interest has decided that Tennessee will abolish the saloon and that It Is useless to pour money Into that state but to bend every energy to oVo Kentucky to the trade This means that the temperance forces ot Kentucky must meet the state and national liquor forces combined In a united effort to flank tho temperance movement IB oar state Vive church bodies Babtlst Convention Kentucky Conference of the M Eo Church south Louisville Conferee of the M B Church nil the Dtoetptta of Christ IB eoaveattoa have passed strong resolutions calling upon their people to ally themselves with the Antl Saloon League and cooporato to the fullest extent Including financial fiuyport The five latter church bodies passed resolutions recommend ing that nil their Sunday Schools donate onehalf of their collection on some Sunday this year to tho League About onoflftccnth of tho Sunday Schools have responded There aro only three or four more Sundays la this year We sincerely trust that pastors and superintendents will It possible carry out tho recommendation ot their annual conferences and conventions This matter was not suggested when the Baptist Convention was held several months prior to tho stato meetings of the other bodies but several Baptist Sunday Schools havo responded and wo trust others will respond during December We might as well understand that war has been declared by the liquor Interest with Kentucky as a spoHal battlaground We appeal especially to the ministers who stand on tho walls of Zion to warn tho people anti urge them to cooperate with tbo league the Agency of tho churchoa Wo suggest a special sermon in every pulpit In the stato during the month of January Concerted notion a great simultaneous campaign In tho month of December will bring results Let the people be warned that the llnuer Intoned In a special gum fcee W campaign is seeking to fill every county and municipal fffflro pos sible with Its friends that It Is en couraging Illicit sales by paying attorneys to defend the bootleggers sail paying the fines of such venders in an effort to break down tho public sentiment Furthermore this unscru pulous foe Is determined to secure a majority in the next senate If pos eiblo who will not faithfully support the county unit bill and tho anti blind tiger measure With ninetyfour out of 119 counties without saloons if the liquor In toned succeeds It will be because tho temperance people In the majority are earelwe and sinfully nosiigaut in their duty to the state as citizens No uncertain warning from pulpits in all sections of the state will arouse the people as nothing eke way do If tile question of tile atatovMe prohlb ition were tabnltted to a vote of tho people It would probably carry 40000 majority but If the tewporaiHo voter allow liquor moo to domlaate poll UetftiM we may even fall to secure Ute esaetment of tHe eeanty self Mil ace the antiMind tiger HMMttta To peo for matlg the enemy we kave enlarge our Sunday speak IntT Field Deal fore to six experlen eed men Durtog Ute five Months we can furatah apankers on flunday to charges wltlilfi lOg mike 0f Louisville within reaek of the railroad If you desire KleW Dar sad can arrange for two Sunday appointments at two differ ant points Cor the same speaker write tho superintendent After eoltegv corn raencoraent we purpose to rend speakers out la groups to all sections of the state far weekday and Sun day tneotlnja In order that tyf wjjolo state nay be organized b7 counttM If tho League ever needod the operation of the Christians and nionLt forces it Is now What can you dot Decide now before other duties lead to neglecting tho cause we hold to dear The little thins in the aggre gate on tho part of many are worth whllo Tho American Issue A POLITICAL PLATFORM Written by Abraham Lincoln Let reverence for the Jaw be taught In schools and colleges bo written in spoiling books and primers be pub lished from pulpits and proclaimed In legislative houses and enforced In tho Courts of Justice In short let It become tho political religion ot tho nation A POLITICAL CHART Prepared by Abraham Lincoln I like to sea a man proud of the place In which he lives 1 like to see a man who lives In It so that his place will bo proud of him Do honest but hate no one overturn a mans wrongdoing but do not overturn bin unless It must bo In ovjrturnlng tho wrong Stand with anybody that stands right Stand with him while ho Is right and part with him when no goes wrong Very Serious It U a very serious raster to uk for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine 81 M DRAUGHTLiver Tbeteputalon of this old tells his medicine for constipation indigestion and liver trouble U flrm ly It does not Imitate other mtdktM It Is better titan others or it would not be the fa write lives powder with a Urges 8k that aU other comWntd i=SOLD IX TOWII n