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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a IUES I DENTS FFICE I3EUEA KY I x tVBeeoeo ecrorerrusw 9 eMaleeroserrwrrr = EREA PUBLISHING CO g The Cltlzals tlrerrlMtRap INCOKPORATKb o 8 Idly Let Yur uinets 4 I KaPeWlthltyAdvert r e I 0 e eooeoeoroeoOeoSoeoaOseaO Devoted to the Interests of the 3 roTJLntain People oi0oroaroroxooropnroroen Vol X Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY DECEMBER 81 1908 One Dollar a year No 27 Awful Disaster NEARLY 150000 KILLED Ono of tho worst catastrophes which has ever overtaken any part of the human nice and tha most serious that has occured In nearly a century came Monday morning to Southern Italy and Sicily which are in many ways tho garden of tho world A tremendous earthquake accompanied by a volcanic eruption and followed feet high run by a wavo thirtyfive ning In from the sea and Urea every where that the wavo did not reach killed brtwcen 100000 and 160000 human beings and wiped from the face of the earth dozens ot towns and two largo clUes In that beautiful wealthy luxuriant country which on Sunday waa as happy and fertile and charming as any in the world there Is today nothing but ruin desolation and death In a hundred horrible forms Following the disaster came U always does come famine There IB no food no shelter no way to get warmth or to cook People what is left of happy families are living In caves Meu who were rich Sunday are dyinG today Mr lack of bread All railroads havo len destroyed and It is almost impossible to get food to the suf term tho Italy Is doing Its best And now pestilence Is beginning to appear and another horror will bo added to the misery which has overwhelmed peopleI1Ie warning ot the Impending danger came with a low rumble about five oclock Monday morning A moment later the shocks began but nothing accurate has yet been received ILl to many they were or bow they af 11 that Is known Is that cities aTiled to ruin houses every where disappeared In dust clouds and that when the shocks had paused thousands were lying mangled and dead or dying In the ruin f their homes And thou along the bores of the beautiful sparkling sea came death in a now form A rave thlrtyflvo t nigh rushed far up on the land Great ships In the harbors were carried miles some times and when the waters receded left high and dry Human beings pin ned In the ruins were drowned like rats and those who had fled to the streets to escape death from falling walls met death from the wall of water or were wicked struggling back Into the ocean Over five hun dred vessels were lostmany of them with all on board And where there was no water came the worse horror of tint Flames began to break out In the ruins Soon whole cities were blaxing ln one city where there have had been fifty thousand Inhabitants only a few pcoplo me left aliveit was almost Impossible to help those im prisoned In tho ruins and they too died In tho seething flames Then came theft and murder Tho jails were destroyed and a flood of criminals turned loose The police forces were in some places almost de stroyed law officers were busy tav lug tho reraanU of their own familiesand crlmo reigned oupremo Dead and dying were stripped of every valuable ant those helpless but not dead were made so Some attempted tiplA Helpless women and children seeking their dear once In tho ruins were not sparedmen showing themselves less merciful than Nature had been Then followed starvation and then pestilence Troops have been sent in and tho country is now under their control but tho fighting and stealing are not yet over and tho misery and suffering cannot be over for weeks If wo had no Independence we should always bo running the risk of the most degraded kind of des potismtho despotism of ho party boss and tho patty machine Tho greatest danger Is that a man will bo a servile tool of the boss or machine of bla own party In which case ho can very rarely Indeed bo a good publlo servant An ideal machine has for Ita of flcou won of tho marked force cun ning and unaorupulousnoss and forlta common soldiers men who may be either corrupt or moderately honest but wa0 must bo of low Intelligence That man Is a dangerous citizen who BO far mistakes means for ends as to become servile in his devotion to his party twit afraid to leave it whwi the party goes wrong Thw tiara Roosevelt ITHINGS TO THINK OF II know not what shall befall me As I enter another year hut the past la safe In Gods keeping Tho future Hla moroy shall clear I And what looks dark In tho distance May brighten as I draw nEar I Greatly begin though thou have time for but a line bo that sublime Not failure but low aim la crime Let nothing disturb theo nothing affright thee All things are passing God never changctb Patient endu rance attnlnoth to all things Who God poMoweth in nothing Is wanting j Alono God sufflccth Forgetting tho things which are be hindI us prceo toward the mark am not bound to win but I am bound to be trueA Lincoln INo life can be pure In Its purpose I and strong in Its strife and all life not be purer and ctronger thereby Owen MeredithI I Every road I take Joins the highway i that leads to Theo IIN WASHINGTON Congress In Recess Little Activity I Tariff Dill Will Provide for De crossed Duties and Reciprocity I Labor Loaders Hot Washington D Co I Dee 23 1908 This has been a comparatively dun j week in Washington for Congress has been In rec M and many ot the offl claU have been away for CbrUUnaaV The Departments are pretty empty and business has been going on only enough to keep tho government run ning In n iwt oi Kay I The most Important happening of the week bas been the sentencing of the labor leaders to jail for contempt of court This has aroused any amount of discussion and will probably conUnue to do so Most men except the most rabid of tho labor leaden admit that tha men did wrong la violating the Injunction in the first place and they have practically ad mitted It by announcing that they will give up the black list they are now carrying until the matter has been decided by the courts A good many men feel however that the sentences Imposed are pretty severe and some say that no capitalists have ever been Imprisoned In a similar case and that therefore It Is unjust to punish these men However the capitalists who were attacked In tho same way by the same men a few years ago because of their blacklist obeyed the courts order and so the one parallel case does not count for much If anything it shows to tho credit of the capitalists The laboring men aro making all kinds of political threats and do not seem to remember that as recently as last fall it was proved that the American people do not want a labor trust to rule any more than a money trflst The chief trouble with the labor leaders seems to be that they think that they are a sort of uicred elephant and ought not to have to watt their turn and toke their chances and obey tho law like other monoOrton instead of trying to prove their case Is right they simply explain how many votes they control which is very poor argument for the American people Less exciting but far more Import ant has been tho leaking out ot the general plan for trio revision of the tariff The bill aa now being drawn up will provido for general reduct- Ions especially in leather and steel goods and alto for a 25 per ct penalty which can be applied to nations that do not give us the best treatment The revenue will be increased by taxes on coifed and other luxuries Tho louse leaders havo announced that they will not stand for any foolish ness by the Senate which dearly loves to change tho bill around It is safe to say that It the bill goes through on tho lines now planned there wlll be very general satisfaction and that nobody will be able to doubt that the party has kept its pledge to tho full =LINCOLN AH A nol STUDYINGe New Years Day 1909 To Berea Students I wish to send to every one Bereaa New Years greeting and Godspeed And I wish to urge every student of recent years to come back and finish some one of the many courses which Berea Col lege offers Some of you have been out of school for a terms or a year or even longer Do not forget that an education is next Vo religion ones best possession A degree or diploma from Berea Col lege will be worth more to you than any other piece of writing in the world Comeback and get one ft 3rd II I THE ITALIAN DISASTER Ii is one of the beautiful things of our Christian Faith that it has made of ill mon ono great brotherhood BO that In the suffering and misery which has emitteu Southern Italy the sympathy and com passion of the whole civilized world go out to the unfortunate in a way which is impossible under any other faith and which is at once wonderful In spirit and wonderfully helpful ia practice From the whole world today not only sympathy but Its visible expression in the shape of money and offerings and help of all kinds are going for machinerytoAll creeds and nil nations join together to send this help We here should not be without our share in the great work and from our safety and comfort should be willing and glad to spare at least u Utile for the sake of those who are suffering thru nQ fault of their own Let churches and lodges anti private citizens prove in this emergency that their professions of brotherly love ore real and do a brothers share Contributions for the work should be sent to the Red Cross at Louisville or Washington D C NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS There is u widespread custom of getting up a fine looking set of good resolutions on New Years Day and taking u great deal of doIIagain Also he is likely to get a habit of waiting till New Years to carrybutwhole lot A ny how he has kept on doing whatbe knew to be wrong all Ihu time and that helps make it herder to start right Every nmn who U really a tnnn and every true woman start their reforms when sayingWellBut there is another sense in which it is a good thing to use New Years day as a reform period and that is when the reform comes not because we not out to reform on that day but because we take stock oj ourselves then land find the flaws that we have overlooked in the rush of the last years life Most of us are too busy to look over oughttoAnd alas when we do gut at tho job what a lot of things we find to changeafter all When we get nt it that way New Years reso IiitioiiH amount to something but the more such New Years a man can have in each year the better it will be for him and for his friends too A man ought to be reforming himself all the time but if he cannot do it why it is better than nothing to do U ouce a year Only what a poor apology for real effort that annualspurt is and how likely it is to become simply a fared Thousandsticks the Hyden weekly newspaper and its enter prising editor Mr Clmppell are to be congratulated the special boom edition got outcast week The paper is full of good things and considering tbu conditions under which itwas gotten out is a remarkable production It ought to help a great deal in the boom which is coming to Leslie County Now that Christmas is over it is time to stop andremember that Christs great work was not in being born but in living and that while we can celebrate His birth on only one day we can and should celebrate His life by living right the other three hundredand sixty four days of everyvyear QfPeacelChristianity and civilization I LlNCOLNSSCHOOLlHG Abraham Lincoln never had what boys of our day and time would calla fair chance He walked four and onehalf miles to school for a few months His mother taught him a few things at home when be was quite small forIhimself but he got It He studied by the fire light and learned by heart couldIgetevery stranger he met and as long as he lived bo studied and studied hard boysIthat any body who Is in earnest can get an cducattlon and a boy or girl who Is in earnest today can get an education far easier than Lincoln did NOW OR NEVER Many a boy and girl at just this tlmo of year is studying over the question of going to school for the winter Shall I go or shall I stay at home Will it pay to make an effort leave home and spend money for an educa tionOf this thing you may be sure Thousands of people who have made the effort are ready to tell you that they are glad of it today And thou sands pr other people who once had the chance and let it slip by aro sorry for It today The time to get an education Is when you are young and when It IsI in your reach You can afford to make any exertion undertake any hardship offer any sacrifices so as to get what may never be in your reach again Twenty years hence hundreds of people will be glad that they started to school NOW Will you bo one of the number A WELCOME FOR NEW STUDENTS Berea to getting good ready for the coming of the students next Tues day and Wednesday There were more here than ever before during tape fall term and a good many have stayed through the vacation Great effort has been made to provide good rooms and board for all who are coming The new hotel which will not be open youlRladlesthe Ladles Hall across the street The new hospital building Is just opened and the old building is fixed up for boys rooms- Alonday and Tuesday there will be people at all the trains to meet stu dents who como In over the railroads dptanjstatesa general social in the great Chapel picturesDl goodtermsOf one thing you may be sure Within four weeks you will know rJerel1thanBENO NotoDeno is what the Filipinos use for whiskey Editor A soldier lad Left homo one day Khaki clad- Smiling gay Firm and straight Was his gait A nations pride But woe betide He went to the Philippine Islands He took to drink Sold by the chink Ho cut a swath In a downward path I Gut stooped and thin From Beno and gin His eyes did stare With a raging glare From DODO in the Philippine Islands Day by day His hair turned gray He raved andswore He fought and tore His case was sad For he went mad In a padded cell Ho does ravo and yell Give me Beno from the Philippine Islands A warning true For me and you To never slip into Benoit grip For the greatest wealth Is a perfect health So In lifes long bout Ct tho Deno out If you go to the Phllllpplne Islands P B I Young men take warning to this if you go to tho Philippines Curtliia Burnbam t NEWS OP THE WEEK Plttsburg Graft Grows American Navy Second Standard 011 Punish ed in Missouri Many Lynchings In 90S Need of Postal Bans PITTSBURG GRAFT The develop meats of the PItUtmrg grafi scan B dal show that tho city Is cue of the Almostbeen Involved and the Government has started special Investigation of them A great many cases of bribery of councilmen have been testified too and It looks as If a lot of council men would go to jail Andrew Carne = gle has provided a fund of = to help the prosecution All ot goes to show that a free 10000IIs only good co long as good are electdnud that when a drel gets In It Is a bad as possible AMERICAN NAVY SECONDA year book Issued by the clerk oC the Senate Naval Committee shows that tho U S now occupies the second place In the world co far as strength of its navy goes There Is a great spurt being made by other nationsIhowever and unless we Increase our building programme we will soon be behind STANDARD OIL OUSTEDTheaStandard 011 Co and the Republic Oil Co which belongs to It have been iousteding a trust and the WatersPierce Co has been allowed to remain only after paying heavy fines and promis a ing to be good- LYNCHING IN 1908 There were more lynchings In the last year titan for several years past88 Kentucky shows an increase too The spread of lawlessness Is one of the most seri oils menaces of our government end no section Is free from it but it is elsewhereIsippi Texas and Georgia have bad more lynchings FARMS FIRST NEED The Coun try Lifo Commission whoso meeting In Lexington was reported In these columns some time ago Is about to report to the President It will say that one oC the first and greatest needs of tho country everywhere IB a postal savings bank system and will urge that Congress establish one Fortunately the Republican party Is already pledged to this and we may expect to have it In working order soonJAIL SENTENCE FOR LABOR r LEADERSThe Supreme Court of the District of Columbia has sentenced Gompers Mitchell and Morri son officials of the American Feder ation of Labor to several months each in Jail because they refused to obey an Injunction Issued in the Duck Stove Co case There Is some doubt rs i the legality of the Injunction and the labor men had appealed this but Instead of abiding by the decision of the court pending appeal as good citizens usually do they decided to disobey tho court The sentence la for contempt of court An appeal has been allowed ABE REUF SENTENCED Abe Reuf former political boss of San Francisco has been sentenced to fourteen years in the State peniten tiary at San Quentin California FIFTY KILLED Fitly men are dead as the result of a mine explos ion in the Lick Branch mine at En y nls W Va Thirtyeight men anus burled in the derbla and there ik little hope of their recovery alive There is little excitement at the mine Women and children are bear Ing their grief in silence at their j homes on tho mountain sidestPULLED ERSA crazy Frenchman attempted a new kind of insult of a public man last Friday by pulling the whlskerarof the president of France The aged President was walking in the park when he was jumped on from behind and his whlskera pulled Ho was not much hurtthe man was arrested and Is said to be crazy i t FAILS FOR 15000000 H Wy i Poor a leading financier and wellitknown Now York broker has failed for 15000000 It Is claimed that hisIcreditors will bo paid The cause the failure has not been stated Oh watch and tight and pray d The battle never give oerxRenew the conflict day by And help divine baploro dayIThink not thy victory won Nor lay thy armor down t Thy arduous fight will neer be dow J Till thou obtain thy crowns I I Just study the Bereet College Announoemert on page four II = i l 3 j The Iron PotStill a Mystery By a Former Secret Service Man f Ex= Operative Tells of Cleverest of Counterfeiting Plots HERE are few mysteries which are never cleared T up commenced Capt Dickson as bo Sat be fore the cheerful wood fire of his cozy study ono night last winter al though some of them slumber for years among the things forgotten until the t denouement Is accident ally developed by some person who perhaps never hoard of the original matter Such was the case which I have como to remember as that of The Iron Pot It was a vessel of this humblo charac ter that finally cleared up a great rays Toryand brought the guilty to Justice Louis tang had their plant In a cleverly constructed cavo In a suburban district It was an artificial cove dug back in tho face of a clay and gravel bluff The entrance was through the shanty of a poor Irish family a circumstance that dlvorted suspicion from It and ono to which Is partly due the long Immunity the gang enjoyed There was no scrap of metal no coins chemicals or other thing used in tho art Only tho machine and a few wrenches and similar tools The gang had skipped out The Irishman was halfwitted and his wife was too clever to be caught in tho traps wo laid for her We had made a water haul except for the machine which was destroyed Tho cavo was filled UP Acting under orders from Wash ington we maintained secrecy about the entire matter and nothing of it got Into tbo newspapers li found one tl1yinc In the shanty which might or might not offor a clew tg the counterfeiters It was an empty enveiope bearing the postmark of an obscure railroad station in the sunk land district of northeastern Arkansas I had Ions ago learned that it Is the scgnilngly Insignificant things that lead to tho discovery of criminals and while this envelope might mean noth lag on tho other band It might bo of the gravest Importance It had beer found beneath tho sheet of metal on whlohole cool stove stood tho tip of on Caiaer discolored and grimy at tractliig my attention I had scoured it and pocketed It without attracting attention If tho gang had never existed it could not have disappeared more effec tually We were taco to face with u blank wall This made us tho more anxious to capture the counterfeiters As nothing better offered tho chief i h rsuggested that I follow up the clew of the empty enveJopeIWith as cumbersome and complete an outfit as every city sportsman carries into the woods with him I left the train one day at the waysldd sta tion which boro the name of the post mark Securing a guide and cook In tho person of a lanky native I had my truck hauled out to the St Francis river only two miles distant where I pitched camp and made preparations for an indefinite stay By making Inquiry of my visitors I learned that about five miles down the river wero camped in a snug cabin built by themselves thee gentlemen from parts unknown They maintained the place as a sort of club and had spent the spring season there They left about March and were gone until October when they returned ono night and again took possession of their cabin Our raid on the cave had been made on the 15th of October and this caused mo to think that perhaps tho empty envelope was making good As the three gentlemen did not deign to visit my camp I decided to make a call upon them I started out In a folding canvas canon late In the afternoon and arrived In the vicinity of their camp just at nightfall WIth a sharp cypress tree aided by a jagged cut from my hunting knife I succeeded in punching a bad hole In the bottom of the canoe and with the boat rapidly filling with water I landed just after sunset at the very door of their cabin The three men were at home and they welcomed me with the open hospitality of campers insisting that I spend the night with them This was just what I had been playing for It was easy to see that the men were crooks There is always something to dscloo the counterfeiter If the observer Is only jsafHrtAUti yarned In their ways and mannerisms to rec ognize the telltale signs I was pretty sure before the evening was over that those wore the men who had done the job In 8t Louis Nothing about the cabin was Uio least bit suspicious A largo Iron pot bubbled invitingly over the span fire tho fragrant odor of boiling moat Is suing from under Its lid when the steam pushed It up on ono side A steaming haunch of veuslon cooking with dome vegetables and dumplings was produced from the pot for our supper which was served soon after my arrival In the center of the room was a biRhble crudely constructed of heavy oak timbers The cabin was well j r lighted the lamps being of expensive character and great brilliancy Guns and fishing tackle and hunting tog gory of every kind gave the cabin the atmosphere of a sportsmans club The men talked freely of everything but themselves They spoke of many cities but never of their homes They told me they were college chums who had always made It a custom to spend a few months together each fall In the woods They were clover men and readily passed for the lawyer the doctor and the merchant the characters hey respectively pretended to be The ono to whom the other two deferred In everything was a large powerful man with fleanfihavcn face and a jaw like a bulldog His faco was too shrewd to bo pleasant Ho watched me furtively n sinister amused smile playing about the corners of his mqbllo mouth That smile spoke volumes It made me lie awake all nlgbt It seemed to say that he knew my real character and there fore I thought it best to keep on the watch The man seemed capable of offering mo personal violence DUI the night passed away without fuel dent After breakfast I repaired the leak In my canoe and paddled slowly upstream trying to figure out whore I had soon the big man with the square beforeWhile was smoking a last cigar before retiring that evening it came to mo where I had seen him It was on a street car in St Louis on one oc casion when I was shadowing the shanty at the cave Ho had been on the same car and had kept his seat when I alighted tear the hut lIe bad looked at me then as it he wanted to know me the next time bo saw me I was assured that ho was one of the counterfeiters an mado up my mind to arrest the three of them the first thing next morning Here I learned a lesson In procras tination While I hastily gobbled down my breakfast the next day a trapper who camped near by and who had gone to tho village the night before for sup plies happened along and told me a most disconcerting bit of news The throe men had taken French leave They had caught a through freight about midnight taking little or no baggage with them I hastened to the village and although I worked the single telegraph wire to its utmost capacity tho throe men succeeded in making their escape Sending a full cipher report to Washington I repaired to the cabin In tho swamps and nmde a careful search of it Everything wlthla WWI la tho Captain Dickson Relates Talelie Tolls of En countering Desperado Gang and the Ultimate Consequences Man with Bulldog Jaw and Ills Dar ing Escape from ho Grip of the Law fl l 0 a greatest confusion Clothing and shells guns and flshlngtacklo were strewn About the floor evidencing a precipitate departure It was tantaliz ing to again allow tho criminals to es cape I felt deeply chagrined and roI solved never again to put off a matter of this kind Tho men had forestalled mo by only a few hours for I had In tended arresting them that morning and there had been nothing In their conduct during my visit to their cabin to Indicate that they thought of flight In one corner of the cabin beneath the very bunk on which I had slept there was an excavation three foot square and as many deep The cover was down and dirt was strewn over it which gave It tho same appearance as the dirt floor of the house I disco ered It by a hollow hound when I tapped over the spot It was empty- I noticed the absence of the pot which bad supplied my sapper bat It was rather a subconscious notice of it Tho fact really made no appreciable Impression on me at the Urns nor did it In fact until more than a year had passed It was then recalled by a newspaper dispatch under date of tho small village Somo of tho boys In the village bad appropriated tho cabin as a sort of clubhouse after the three men had fled They would spend Saturdays there fishing and swimming and hunt ing Immediately front of the oabla was a stoup bank and the river wi dened out Into a broad deep pool which afforded good fishing and swimming The boys would throw white pebbles Into this bole and dive for them from the bank One of them had struck his head against something hard at tho bottom of the rlvor and bad been pulled up n corpse his skull having been fractured by tbe impact of the blow The others Investigated and found a largo iron pot half burled in the soft mud Its cover was sealed down and borslcouldntdispatch stated tbat the pot was to be raised and its contents examinedI I was In Little Rock when I read fallInstructionsboarded the first train and set out for the village I was In a state of fever ish excitement fearing I would arrive there after the pot bad been secured I wanted to be tho first to view its con tents I felt sure I know what was In it After a Journey that seemed Inter minable I arrived at the village and Inquired about the pot My fears bad been groundless With the indifference so characteristic in country people the villagers had forgotten after the funeral of the unfortunate young man tho Incident of the pot While there had been some talk of raising It nc ono had taken tho lead and there the matter bad rested Securing a team of mules and semi strong ropes and chains I drovo out to the cabin By dint ot much diving I succeeded In fastening the chains about tho pot and had my osjlstaanf drag It out upon the bank It was the vessel which had hung over the Ore when I had visited the counterfeiters In their lair Then I remembered It absence when I had searched the hut after their departure It was sealed with paraffin and sealing wax and not a drop of water had passed tho lid I contained a complete set of en gravers tools several bottles of power ful acids glnss stopped and scaled a number of bars of silver some throe hundred odd counterfeit silver dollars and the dies with which they had been stamped out The dies were thickly coated with wax and were as bright and fresh as when they beat out tbo false coins in the secret cave After swearing my assistant to secrecy I returned to headquarters with my booty Not many weeks later two of tho men were captured I had given the department a minute description of them after their unceremonious departure and Its vast machinery had been sot In motion for their apprehen sion It Is a maxim of tho service that a man once a counterfeiter Is al ways a counterfeiter This rule hold good with reference to two of the men at least for they were captured and convicted of another job The in cidents I have Just related woro not introduced in ovidonco against them and consequently escaped the press Tho niua with the bulldog Jaw escaped completely at that time but I mot with him years after under circumstance neither of us will forgot so long ts We lIeI EXPERIMENT IN LAMB FEEDING IN THE WEST Results Obtained from Vnrlouo Feed ComblnntlonoBy G E Morton Wyomlnjj Tho Wyoming experiment hove just conolud t I a years investigation In lamb feeding with a view to ascertaining tho best ration Three experiments were carried on at the sumo time Previous oxperl ments with small numbers of lambs had shown that oats and oil meal seemed to balance the native hay ra lion about as well as any grains tried Therefore ono lot of 40 lambs was fed this ration and another lot was fed al falfa hay and corn Shropehlre Merino crossbred lambs were used A comparison of pone In the field and pea hay was made with two lots of Cotswold grade lambs having 40 lambs In oath lot All tho lambs wore fed In uncovered yards protected by a high board fence with the exception of the lambs upon peas In tbo field Those were run In small areas fenced with woven wire the fences being moved as necessary of Lambs In and the lambs driven to a corral at eight The alfalfa bay wwd WM seed ANt ratting the tweet ctovur was aasirs and stemmy the pea hay was sects what overripe Ute native bay was mixed wild gmees ooalalateg a ew tiderable quantity of wlrwgrns The nand barley were from Nebras ka the spelt was raised OB the lara inle plaiHs and the ell meal was old presses The lambs on native hay ate lees toy than those fed alfalfa aad the lambs fed pea bay ate only MO pounds of kay per head which was low than the amount of bay and grain by any other lot Lola 1 and 3 constituted a second trial of native hay oats and oil meal In comparison with alfalfa hay and corn In experiments conducted the previous winter with small lots of lambs upon various groin rations and native bay tbo ration made up of native hay oats and oil meal proved to Lamb Own be the bOlt of those the lambs making a Rain of 174 pounds per head In 14 weeks against 2SG pounds made by the lot on alfalfa hay and corn Tho present experiment with 40 lambs In each lot shows an average gain of 203 pounds In 14 weeks by the lambs nn native hay oats and oil moat and 143 pounds by tho lambs on alfalfa bay and cfcrn The amount of feed required was COT pounds of native hay 4CO pounds of oats and 26 pounds of oil meal for 100 pounds of gain In tho previous experiment 674 pounds of hay 691 pounds of oats and SG pounds of oil meal wore required for 100 pounds gainThe results of these two experi ments Indicate that the native hay oats and oil meal tatlon will produce lomcwhnt less than twothirds the gain produced by alfalfa hay and corn In the same length of time and also re quires considerably moro feed to pro duco 100 pounds gain sweet clover Is common along Irrigation ditches and in wasto spots and since It withstands alkali well and gives a heavy tonnage at hay It should prove a desirable hay crop In many sections Stockmen commonly love that sweet clover is usetius 33 a forage plant but cattle and sheep will eat the growing plant If It is not too large and coarse and tho ex pertinent here reported shows that lambs oat tho hay readily and make good gains from It Computing Lola 4 and 5 we find that the sweet clover lambs made an average gain of 307 pounds In II Weeks while the alfalfa lambs made 144 pounds gain Tho former ate ono alxth more hay somewhat more corn and a small amount of oil meal The larger consumption of sweet clo ver hay was duo to the fact that It was cut late and was very coarse aril clammy The lambs liked it however and showed a steady appetite for It There was not the slightest difficult In gutting them to cat It at the shirt Tho lambs eating pea hay mode tin low gain of 1CJ pounds per head in 14 weeks It required 1472 pounds ol tho hay to produce 100 pounds gals In llvo weight This poor showing tot pen hay Is borno out by tho rosurti gotten with Lot 10 which contained a very different class of lambs and was not carried on In comparison with Lot C but which shows a still poorer gain of only 68 pounds per bond in 14 weeks Tho pea bay seemed very unsatisfac tory and while nothing Is d finltol1 established by this experiment wltb retard to the amount of pea say nood od for the production of ICO pound gain yot it can be definitely stated that It gives unsatisfactory results for fattening lambs The lamb do not litShowIng Type Used CxperlmentI eaten get nana h roogkats and hare tgilnIsviawellttiftgy MMhwbtetfly would chew bet abgvbutoars the pen stay Is a poor nation By owwparlPg Lots 7 sad 8 we find that Scotch barley sad bald barley are practically equal In vale when fed with native pay sod oil meL A study- o1 tat S shows tbat sJl8k ht Rot near ly equal to either bald or Scotch bar ley whoa fed with native bay and oil meal giving a gain ef only 118 pounds in 14 weeks or less than a pound a lij week per head Tho peas In the field gave a gala of 183 pounds per head in 14 week 95 of an aero was required for the production of 100 pounds gala An acre of the peas supported six lambs for 14 WeeksIThe pea a corral pro Cuts That Tell Their Storyft tried Wild flengthpea hay were required for 100 pounds gala The results from tho pea hay were wholly unsatisfactory YIELDS OF BARLEY burbyment station was produced from aJspecial strain originated from a lection from the JIanihury barley originated at the college in 1008 The J college has produced a considerable f usingthetworowedbarloyscession tworowed Canadian Jarman ZealandChevallorC46 C38 and C28 bushels per acre respectivelyOf varloly crown for 14 years In succession Guy Maylo ranked first with 183 bushels Purpie second with 454 bushels and bushelsThe IiOntnrloayorage In11Q1nesste was the most productive DurIngonthreeImproving the Farm Ono of tho toImproveclover field by field and pasture bogs upon It Cowpcas con bo used in the same way rar sww+ rf M The Porter Drug Co INooaroaAATaa PHONE 12 BEREA KY + + t 00h6ve ee ooeooaoaoaoaoaoeoaO 400oaoaoaoaoaooeoeoeooeooa Si o 0 Vicinityo i- a a 0 o oe GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES e a- o 0 aoeoeoaoaoaoaoaoeoeOSOSOSOSOAOSOSOSOSOSOSOSO o oSOSO o DR BEST IIDENTISTOFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DWatch Night Servlcee at tho Chapel tonight 930 to 1130 which Is tru midnight Prof Robertson will tel of the progreM of Christs Kingdom for tile put year Dr Thomson lead a Praise Meeting Bring a word about your blowings and Rev Bran denburg and Pros Frost will preach Coffee served at 930 There will bo a Union Watahnlgbt service In College Chapel from 930 to 1130 teal mtdulght 011 tie last day of the year with a praise meeting and addressee by Prof Robertson i Rev Brandenburg and Proa Frost Every one should remember that tho Winter Term begins Wednesday Jan 6th Tho tint oxerclso Is pub lie worship In tho College Chapel at 8 s m All classes begin their exer olsea that afternoon nearly all o them mooting at 130 Thus mean that registration must be completed at that tlmo The offices will all bo open on Tuesday morning at 8 oclock I and every one who In In town should register then Students who are tom log from away or returning from their vacation should aim to be Tuecday noon without fall heroI Tho annual meeting of the ehuroh will bfI held In Its houso of I worship on Saturday of this week I The ladles of the ehureb will servo dinner at noon and all member of the ofaurati with olItr farolUe Are ex IHMted to sit at the tables together This iMiudes student who are teem bore of the Union ehureh After din nor UH buslBeM meeting of the Jo1ureh will be hold with reports of st years work and election of jetrlael While it U desired that all who tat do so remain for the bust neM soMlon those who may find U I Impossible to do so are urged to take dinner with the church II A E Thomson Pastor t Frank Mycn te a visitor in town Mr and Mrs Logsdon of Panola wedIdlDCL E Hamilton of near WildIe- r who has recently moved to Longvlew III was with homo folks over Christmas and called In town Monday r Mr J T Scrlvncr who lives on Cantor St Is the last vlcUm In the series of tires which have occured In Berea this fall The blaze was caused by a lamp in the upper part of tile house It was discovered and extinguished I before much damage was done lTholadles of the Prlscjllc Club 1i made about twentyfive people happy t Christmas with tho proceeds of their bazaar held at Mrs B It Bakers storeDr Cowtcys office has been moved tram tho Industrial building to tho where he will receive 0patients at tho usual hours i Miss Ethel Todd of Oberl In former Registrar of Berea College Is spend ing the holiday vacation with Miss Letts Osborne at Palnosvlllc Ohio Miss Ruth Todd Is spending the holidays with her mother II V Porter of Minneapolis in spend fng the holidays with his coiJin Mrs Stanjey Frost Misses Aunabcl Scudder and Mildred Turner spent Sunday with Mica Joule VaughnMr Mrs Frank Hayes were given a surprise party by about twenty of their friends Tuesday night In commemoration of tho fortieth I anniversary of their wedding L Miss Margaret Wallace returned r t home Monday after a delightful visit r with her brother Allen at Jelllco l TennIHr and Mrs Frank Pise of Tuscola ilL are hero visiting Mr Plggs par I ents and relatives Miss Nettle Oldham spent Christmas with Mr and Mrs Bert CoddlnlrtonI Miss Enmt Sqper of Lancaster Is vlsltlag her slater Mrs Wallace r J Dr and Mrs Boat spent a tow days last week with Mrs DOlts parents at Combs Ky Miss Bottle LowiB entertained a number of her friends at her home last Saturday night Mr Leonard hoses and stator Bs tolls of Volley View have been the guests of Mr and Mrs J K Baker Itor tho past few days 1Mr and Mrs Will Duncan return 1tyl homo Monday from a short trip to Winchester and Paris Mr and Mrs Jno Gabbard enter frlondsIltIMr Jno Dean visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Misses Mallnda and Ella Harrison I returned homo Monday from a visit with friends In Richmond I Miss Pattle Moyors who has been teaching at Alcorn has returned home grandrton last week I Miss Helen Murphy writes from Louisville Ky that her address has changed from 2402 to 2006 Third Ave Agent Bower entertained hilt office force and a few friends at a stag nightI I For tho Information and guidance of the wholesale and retail In oysters and others concerneddealersI Paragraph 1 of Section 4 pure food law of the State tueky aa enacted by the General Assembly of 1808 deem an artlole fitjfood adulterated If any substance or substances be mixed or packed with It so as to re duce lower or injuriously affect its quality or oyster Under ItrengtbIed that the addition of Ice or water I IdIulternt1on shucked oysters from packers should I accept them when ice or water Inot been added and retailers are cautioned not to add ice to oysters nor to dilute them wih water M A Scovell Director Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Sta tionWANTEDTo hoar 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 rood land 3 acres tine for tobacco 7 acres meadIow 6 Acres Umber Root com land Silas L Williams Dotes Ky YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS DESIRED Subscriptions to all leading publica tions dally weekly monthly quarter ly are offered at special rates Tour patronage sollcted Ralph Eo Ellis Agent FOR SALE A good tAm of about CO acres two miles north ot Berea Plenty of wood and water A bargain If sold at once H K Richardson Berea ICy NOTICE J B Dalton will return to his old shop OB Golden place Jan 1 199 and you should call there then for horse t Jdadeoflblacks from 60 to 370 acres All good land most all la grate Some very sped blue grata good bouses and orchard Will sell on reasonable trms One ladle from Panels Robert Lakes Pan la Ky FARM FOR RENT peed fans at BrawtfWd Per Mb er teat FMMttie gives at eee Apply to W I iogvdea Berea Ky or J P Leftdea Panel JCjr J UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to cat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables THE CLEAN STORE 511 1R ipratbcr Successor to Oolocit Grocers Company plxme 184 main Street Opposite Gltfsei Office aoeoa080aooooeoo8oOIao o- IG College Items f a HERE AND THERE a e- o 0 oe08080aoaoa080aoe080e080Andrew from Cortland Owsley Co that the Lord has specially blessed his work there since his ordination at Derea a low weeks ago He has had several conversions among the boys of his parishEverett J Dunlit a former DerooIstudent writes from SagInaw that he has a good position with a gas company there Prof Quo N Ellis Is In Atlanta Oa attending a convention of the Southern Educational Association- Mr Eugene Thomson celebrated his birthday Monday night with a dinner party A pleasant evening was spent Those present were Misses Ruth Putnam Edith Ellis Elizabeth Marsh Mary Pickering and Messrs Soward Marsh Ralph Osborne and Norman Frost- Howard Clark writes from Caspar Wyoming that he Is teaching school and enjoying western life on a sheep ranch about fifteen miles from town Miss Lillie Chrliman who has been teaching school this fall expects to bo In school next term Pres Frost and Prof Dodge addressed the Colored State Educational Association at Winchester Prof Dodge on Tuesday night and Pres Frost Wednesday night I The students are enjoying a series saturIdayheld In the Tabernacle On Tuesday I night Mis Corwin entertained the Upper Chapel students and Mrs Hill j the lower Wednesday night the Lower Chapel enjoyed a candypull with Miss Cameron while the Upper Chapel was entertained at the Presidents house The C E Society will be responsible Ichapelprovide music for the evening and ProC Lewis will give a stereopticon lecture NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I I have a good well watered farm for sate lying 24 rallen northeast Boron on the waters of Silver oCI Contains 150 aura be tho same or less about C5 acres In timber a good lot of saw Umber on It andI remainder of said land in a very state of cultivation fairly good fear WI1GoodFOR SALE j One nice six room dwelling located In Panels Madison County on Use U t A R It second lot from church InI a alee neighborhood near fIOO- 4MIteoL tar let heating Mute lit Let H lee feet frost 67 560 feet fa eagtk Good spring and house Fair barn and aU necessary out buildings I An Ideal home for a pensioner doctor or any one else Price 500 Please write at once or como and see for yourself as this will sell Fro Cox HARGIS JURY HUNG Irvine Ky Dec 2GJJho jury re ported to Judgo Adams at 2 oclock this afternoon that they wero still un ablo to reach a verdict in tho Beach Hargls case and they were finally dIs- charged by tho court Immediately afterward Judgo D B Redwine ot the defense made a motion for ball for the patricide and tho motion will be argued before Judge Adams next Monday morning It was stated after court adjourned that the jury stood nine for acquittal and threo for conviction and this plea will be made to the court In the argument ot tho defense for taU It is said Elbert HargIs will bitterly oppose the granting of ball to the patricide SENT BACK BY COURT After conalderlng tho case for more than an hour again this morning the jury sitting in final judgement In tho case of Beach Hargls tiled Into the court room and reported to Judge Ad nine that they wero unable to agree and asked that they bo discharged Judge Adams refused to grant this request however and Instructed the twelve men to go back to their room and make another effort to reach a verdict The ICASE eX1haultlvoHe made au effective speech during j which ho bltterely scored the patri cide and did not spare Attorneys Young and Bach of the defense and Mrs Hargls tho widow of the victim and mother of tho prisoner Senator W O Bradley who closed for the defense mode a masterly plea for the accused son and the crowd that thcjmced the court room was moved to tears by his dramatic recital ot tho alleged wrongs Inflicted on his son by the Breathltt feud leader and the devotion of the prisoners mother The next trial of Hargls was set for April 19 190- 9Hamilton 0 Letter Hamilton 0 Dec 28 Christmas was celebrated very qultely In lIamll ton Business wac suspended and many family reunions took place Special services were held In different churches Tho first Baptist church gave a Christmas entertain ment last Tuesday night by the Sun day school Christmas has passed without any snow hero and there has been llttUe rain since last May This has been tho driest summer and autumn known to many In this part of the state Ohio is making Ii record as n local option state having voted 63 dry counties with 9 wet out of 88 There are 16 remaining to be voted OB under the Rose County lawTho Sal vation Army distributed almost 300 dinners to the poor of Hamilton Christmas Employes of Niles Tool Works Co presented the associated Charities with UO in gold to help the poor ChrlstmasMr Granvll Johnson la almost ready to move Into his new dwelling on Cleveland Ave Mr and Mrs Lonard Eckert spent Christmas with home folks In Cold Spring KyJack Simpson and Will- Iam Emery two Kentucky boys had WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THE FOLLOWING LINE OF GOODS Ladies and Childrens HATS COATS SKIRTS Queen Quality and R J R Shoes Underwear Hosiery Corsets Dress Goods and Trimmings Everything in Ladies and Childrens Wearing Apparel MRSS R BAKER Phone 123 Richmond Street Berea Kentucky JI T THE MARKET Berea Prices Potatoes Irish per bu fLOG Cabbage 3c per lb Apples 35GOc per pk Eggs perdoz 25c Butter per Ib 20c Bacon per lb 11lEc Ham per lb IGc Lard per lb 12Ya and 12c Chicken on foot per lb 8c lions on foot per lb 8c Feathers per lb 35c Oats COc Corn CO- cVhett per bu 090 Tie No 1 L N SfcxCxS 45c culls 20c Live Stock Louisville Dec 29 1908 CATTLE Shipping steers 4 25 6 Beef steers 3 00 4 toI Fat heifers and cows 3 00 4 10 Cutters 2 00 3 00 Canners 100 2 00 Dulls 2 00 3 50 Feeders 3 00 4 50 Stcckers 2 00 3 75 Choice mulch cows 35 00 45 00 Common to fair 10 00 30 00 CALVES Best 6 CO 700 Medium 4 00 6 CO Common 2 CO 400 HOGS 160 Ibs and up 6 10 130 to ICO Ibs 6 50 tISHEEP Best lambs 4 00 6 00 Culls 250 400 Fat sheep 3 00 down Mess pork 12 6- 0lLUIBCholce sugar cured light and special cure 11Ya and like heavy to medium 11Yac Breakfast bacon iSo Sides lOJc Bellies 13c Dried beef 12c Shoulders Stfc LARDPure tierces llc tub llcpure leaf tierces 12tfc firkins 12c tubs 12ta- EGGSCase count 25c BUTTER Packing 17c creamery 30 lb tubs 29c prints 29c POULTRYHens Stfc roosters 4c springers 9 to lie ducks 9c young 8 to 9c turkeys 14 and ICc geese 7c rabbits 125 squirrels LOO WHEATNo 2 red 1073 OATSNew No3 white 63c No3 mixed 52c CORNNo 3 white 63e No 3 mixed Glttc I M I some trouble Christmas as a result of jealousy over a young lady It Is reported that Simpson shot Emery thru the right arm and In the right side Simpson escaped arrest and Emery is In the Mere Hospital Having a Shy at Literature A young professor of mathematics Immense at mathematics and games dangerous at chess capable of Haydn on the violin once said to me after listening to some chat on books Yes I must take up literature As though saying I was rather forgetting literature However Ive polished off all these other things Ill have a shy at literature nowArnold Ben nett In T Ps Weekly SelfMade Men Of course everybody likes and re spects selfmade men It Is a great deal better to be made In that way than not to be made at all Oliver Wendell Holmes Remedy for Hoarseness Bake a lemon for 20 minutes In moderate oven then open at one end and dig out the Inside sweeten with sugar or molasses and eat This will relieve hoarseness and remove pressure from the lungs COAL and FEED BEST GOODS PRICES CALL UP W M STOUT Phone 102 Botilwarei Old Stand h Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood al r aThe lowest priced good garden catalog of 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hides This opened the way to a new and prontoIable industry and within a few years 16000 wild horses were killed But the hunters got to shooting horses that were branded and shod and upon the plea of the ranchmen the legisla turf repealed the law Ancient Mining Center An Egyptian mining centerprob ably worked as early as 2500 B 0was In the eastern desert between the Red sea and the Nile The lately discovered remains described by Co J Alford include small Irregular stone huts arranged In groups ot two ar three to towns large enough for 1000 men Every Month writes Mrs E Fournier of Lake Charles La Iused to suffer from headache backache side ache pressingdown pains and could hardly walk At last I took Cardui and now I feel good all the time TAKE 0U I If Will Help You Cardui is a medicine that has been found to act strengthening cause their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer It but a true female remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients perfectly harmless and 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Count Zeppolln shows remarkable ability to keep a cool heat To be wholly up to date New Tork s new 909 foot office building ought to have an airship platform on the cupola The Mexican revoluUonlsts have at least demonstrated their ability te 4makeas much noise as their neighbors to the south- Commander Peary has begun his dash for the north pole but Interest In several dashes for the pennant pole will not diminish One would think at first blush that 6000 policemen could whip all the women In the British empire bu suf fragettes are different Seven of the sons and daughters of the Mcrstham England centenarian Mrs Maynard married seven brothers and sisters named King One hundred and three men were killed and about 200 badly Injured by the explosion aboard the French bat tleship Jena March 12 1907 A few orders marked banished would help the kaiser a lot ingettlng rid of that court scandal which has too many of the evidences of longevity There Is sucha great demand for farm hands out In Kansas now that the farmers are willing to take col Lego boys if nothing better can be had The outrage of being compelled to have a peaceful election exclaims the Buffalo Courier is enough to drive the people of Panama to riot and revolu I tion Two new electrical journals ap peared recently about the same time bearing the same name One comes from New York and the other from Chicago The soldiers out In Colorado are ex perimenting with condensed meat cap rules With the prevailing meat prices it wont be long before well all have to do the same thing Abram Schaeffer who resides near Elizabethtown Pa made a vow in 1856 that if James Buchanan should be elected president he would never part with his mustache Alfred O Vanderbilt complains that Ills Income has been reduced to but I a little more than 800000 a year And the courts want him to pay alI- mony out of that Poor Alt Four times a St Louis man approached the altar before he had the nerve to go through the ceremony of marriage That is the kind of husband many girls would fight to get The water In Lake Erie Is higher than It has previously been within the memory of tho oldest Inhabitants i For some reason nobody has seen fit to blame it on the Chicago drainage canaL Taxicabs in London as in New Tork are a marked success and the hansom Is being crowded out There are 758 taxicAbs on the streets 3600 taxicabs on order and 1700 licensed 3 rivers The use or tho gas engine on the farm Is growing more popular every year 1n the last two years 60000 of these motors were purchased by farm ers and the demand this year has every indication of herns greater According to the figures for the last year available Americans weed the telephone 3680000004 Mates as against 3114541691 times abroad In Europe with its five times greater pop illation there were 17Z6S80 sub scribers as compared to 2241357 In the United Stales Twelve members of one family gut fering from what doctors call lazy disease are quarantined on the lawn et a New York hocpltal One form of Jizy disease Is almost an epidemic these hot days but its victims would perk up before they would bo quar antlnod The other name of the par mayJI EfI 5 WAGS THE WORLD By ANNE WARNER Copyright by UobbiMcrrlll Co February first My birthday and I exceedingly merry thereat having in divers friends and much good wipe beside two pas ties and more of all than we could eat and drink had w6 been doubled Afterwards to tho playhouse and a very good playand hence to a supper the which most hot and comforting with a butt of brandy and divers cocktails and they being very full did make great sport and joke me that I had never taken a wife to which I replied neatly saying that for my part in my twenties did foe myself too young and In my thirties did never chance upon one comely and to my taste at which great applause The applause being over did continue my speech and say that In my forties had had little time to think of aught but my own personal affairs but that now being come to my fifties was well disposed to share them and they did all drink to that and smash their glasses with right good cheer prophesying my marriage and drinking long life to lice and mo My mind then a blank but home in some sbapo and the maid did get mo to my room and what a head this morning Mlsllketh me much to bethink me how I did comport myself but a man Is 50 but once To mIne ones where did buy and sell as usual- February eighth To dine with IL Nevil and his wife dnd she a monstrous pleasant lady and the dinner good only the wine poor and my vest too tight which vastly mIsliked me I being loth to grow stout and yet all at odds with my Married This Day belts the which trying me sadly for I do pay my tailor as many do not And the niece a striking fine girl modest To the Country club for a late supper the which wellcooked but my vest much tighter and so home and to bed Railway stocks risen two points February twentieth Did take a box at the play and ask H Nevil hIs wife and niece and a supper afterwards and pretty to see how miss did refuse mine eyes and hardly speak two words the which greatly to my admiration and after supper did lead her to the coach and press her hand nineteenthI all trembling and Lord have mercy and me all unwitting until in some strange way do find myself today ba trothed the which I do heartily pray to bo for the good of all concerned No heart for stocks but the same arisingApril Do find the being betrothed more to my tasto than anticipated and tell H Nevil he shall be remembered with pointers when the market turns again Cpmes one Losselle and makes a great tale of a mine and I with no time for him but do set tho once boy to look him up In Dradstreet These be busy days with A corner on parsnipsMay Tho business of being director la Lasscllos mine ended tbs day and to a great dinner that bo glveth in my honor and my portrait en all the cards the which th mo mightily and I all compumentedand congratulated and sly hints on my approaching mar tinge to tho which I all smiles for Lord the thing being done one must be of good coinage Quotations low beshrew thorn June seventh the Mountains Married this day and to do in a tar moll wheat being all a rage and me forced to go home to dress before noon Did scarce know where I was with Extras being cried ouUIdo the church window anti H Nevil giving tho buds away and on tho wrong side of tilt market by my advlco The bride hyMertcky Jn the carriage and at the station wept Ito that I woj fair beside myself Dot bethink mo to kiss her In tho train but small comfort to either What will become of my af laIrs I know not this place being all without stock reports and I half road and with naught to pass the time August tenth This do be tho hottest sumnror In many years and lost I forget to set II down more mad dogs than con well be handled My wife very hysterlcky ant forever In a smock and declnreth shr would be dead and married life a delusion the which opinion I take small issue Wih having my bands full of ImbiuosB and Lasselle forever at niy heels with our affair of the mine not to speak of H Nevil which wallet continually over how he was caught short In the month of June Besbrew me It I repent not of June on mine own behalf but am determined to llvf proporly and so have dispatched I- D1HHDlilr to my cousin Sarah Had mlnton anklng that she come to keep mIne house Magnet twentieth Comes Sarah Badminton this day and Lord but a plain woman being flat like unto a board from her heels up unto her head Last night to the play where comes Lasselle and makes very merry and tell jokes the which of great amuse mont to my wife whllo I find no mirth thereinTo office where did buy and sell as usual September sixteenth My wife not well and strangely in disposed towards mo yawning unduly and complaining that life Is dull yet gay enough for others and of a great joy over riding horsebaok with Las calla To my office and H Novll all excitement over his margins October twentyninth Returned this day from a trip to the coast and find my wife no bettor al though the doctor bath been with hor each day She salth the doctor advle eth quiet until spring November sixth My rite most nervous and there be lug jio peace with her did discuss the same with Laseello today and al- I though unmarried yet dlcf sympathize much and advise forme with a right good will telling me of a place In southern Franco where ho had been and the same beyond all else for toe nerves only lonely but that not so bad since he proposeth golic there this winter himself and can see after ray wife somewhat the which greatly to my relief and so homo and did dis course thereon with Mistress Badralq ton tho which drew a long taco and plain to see was dead against tho plan the which putting me In a fine temper with what a woman bath for brains Wheat rising and A D I C going down comes H Nevll short to borrow the which crowncth my fury his niece being so far from making me happy and ho being the cause of all But did Indorse two notes for him and so home and to tid with a bad grace and glad that my wife has betakon herself to another room December ninth From the dock and my wife do be gono and now we may look for some pcacd tho which sad enough needed December tenth Comes H Nevill all distraught to say that it is about at the clubs that my wife will have a voreo and marry the doctor on tho which hearing I much annoyed and summon Mm Badminton who denyoth tho doctor but assorteth Lasselle To mine office and D E going up comes IL Novil to borrow again the gall of which doth take me greatly January seventeenth Am all of a taking for that the papers In my wifes divorce do bo flied Into me this day and great to do when I learn that the cause she declaroth Is Sarah Badminton a woman as little comely as never was and mine own cousin Verily the ways of a wife bo past understanding April eleventh- Free this day and being free comes Mrs Badminton weeping and declar eth she be ruined it I marry her not next the which doth so overcome me that ere I have tlmo to rally shu hath kissed mo and called me hors To my office with a heavy heart having no assurance of how this sec and marriage will turn out and little hope but seeing H Nevll with a long taco did refuse to giro him any inside Information the which led to his going under about noon to my great joy for It was ho who did get me in this mar rying habit February first My birthday and Lord what eating and drinking the which being good be yond compare my wife staying in the pantry to keep the whole in trim and all my friends discoursing on my joy the which Is truly great she being so plain that a man will never look at her and so loving that she odoroth mo come smiles come frowns But that which doth astonish mo much Is that II Nevll tclfetb mo that alto that was onco my wife Is of ox ceeding content with Lassello a piece of news which I can scarce crtU eomparlng him with myself Hut BO wage tho world MR BERKELEYS TURN TO SMILE He and His Auto Win Out Over Llna berry and His Buggy At lost sold Mr Berkeley beam Inc I have had my revenge H lie was a stout and freckled gentleman who seemed the most goodnatured fellow in the world The word revenge sounded strange on his lips Why Theodore Berkeley ex claimed his wife What a way to talk Ono would think you werea burglarMr Berkeley beamed at her Just you listen ho said and 111 tell you tho whole story Do you remember lost spring when I was learn- Ing to run my auto how I broko down out by South Farms and had to get old Mr LInaborry to tow me homer Ills wife nodded Well do you remember what a tale ho made of it and how every body laughed all that summer at me Again his wife nodded Well maam I have had my ro venge I was coming back from the reservoir this moftlag whoa who should I sae but the old gentleman standing by the roadside by hU shift ISM rusty old buggy trying to tie up a splintered shaft Naturally I stopped and asked if I could help At first he said BO but I MW that the shaft had been broken in two places before and wasnt likely to stand another bitch ing together so I Induced him to let mo tow him Mr Berkeley paused to chuckle It Tsa great really great lIe sat In tho back holding onto the whole shaft Old Madge the piebald nag tel towed her string behind the buggy We had to pass In front of the South Farms post office just at the time that tho mall was coming In You remem ber Tom Sullivan who used to work forme lie was there and he shouted Wet waj sal hes come round at last ho has PooroldMrLJnaberry said nothing When at lost we got to hIs place ho hopped down net saying even thank you I have bad my ro venge though and I shant say an other word Youths Companion Wedding Ring Story- It was tho habit of Rev James Spar- goon grandfather of the great preach er of that name to pray each Tea leg under a cortnln oak tree la a se eluded wood la Honeywood park One nlgbt he dreamed tile story goes that Satan appeared and threat ened to tear him In pieces It he M lowed his accustomed mote to the trey There was another path by which be might go In safety Remembering trie dream StwrgeM folt sorely tempted to take the rats In which Satan was not But tide would IM to capitulate TramMtag hi every limb be BMde his way by the path In which the danger toy H renehod his gael In safety sad to prayer awl song rotnraed ttwaks tor delivery from peril When ills prayer had ended be roM to return In his path taT a piece of solid gold as tars as a eurteli ring AH In quilt failing to discover an owner he retained it and when be married had ids wifes wedding ring mad from his curious findTo Ceaslckness Bugooe Wolf the German explorer says that for tho last 15 years of the 30 ho has spent In traveling be has studied the problem of a costless pro ventive of seasickness and be has reached the conclusion that the Wet means obtainable Is a hot watorsoakcd towel tolled lightly about the pa dents head while ho lies fiat on his back In Wolfs own words A remedy for curing seasickness there Is none and never will be The point therefore lies in its prevention for prevention is hotter than cure My simple head bandage made by fold Ing a towel a large handkerchief or anything similar dipped Into hot salt or sweet water and applied wit tho head a few times restores the proper circulation of the blood relieves the abdomen from pressure ar J checks toe cerebral anemia Still the Friday Superstition The Atlantic liners are now run ning much oftenor than they used to do In time they will leave port everyday in the week but Friday They will never sail on Friday on account of the Friday superstition The speaker a shipping agent shook his head and resumed This Friday superstition Is amaz ingly strong It affects tho educated no less than the illiterate I know hardly a person who would set out on a sea voyage on Friday and nobody would marry on that day while there Is even say tho undertakers a preju dice against Friday burials- A Friday burial bo explained is not supposed to affect tho hereafter of tho deceased but to augur 111 for the health of the mourners throughout tho ensuing year Possibly So What does the cheerful chap over there dot Hes In the undertaking business And the woeful Individual who seems to have lost his dearest friend Hos in the joko business Well Well You never can toll I suppose each of them Is trying to forget how ho makes a living Promoting the Glad Expression Have you dono anything to make lifo seem more cheerful T said the optimist Have you helped anybody to smile I should say so I have helped more people to smllo than anybody else in the neighborhood Inva den list Washington Star P- TwID C ID l1liITJil tdmrnedTwith fringed ends The writ raffles sad those on the bIoMe me of lace as la also the little The plain skirt Is simply finished at the bottom with row of stitch tagpe Omen velvet Is used for the ether costume The btooce with lapped tailor scams oroesU slightly In front where It te ornamented with pamemetb p torte btttMoe The wide rerers are also ornamented with throe battens mad with mottle of pnesementerle The messed waisteeat le ot tan solaced MflH trimmed with cord sad eahroMend data The ehecaltette to ot dotted teethe Birdie Is of green liberty The tone sleeves and the skirt are tfioMMt M eerrenpene with the blouse y PARTY DREW OF VELVETEEN fish Costume Designed for Girl of from Fourteen to Sixteen Years There are so assay beaeUfnt shades In velveteen that K Is dUtenU to meaty which to select the fib rt el thin to elta plain It Is a circular shape The velveteen to arranged ta- seMMcr ono deep toW over sack shoaldw sad folds form the stcem The vest is of finely tucked soft silk and Insertion and tho undersleeves are the same the waistband Is shaped and cut in scallops In the front but toning aver- Materials required 10 yards velve teen C yards Insertion 1 yard silk 38 Inches wide The Smart Scarfs Just at tho present moment the silks being used for tho manufacture ot tho smartest scarfs have patterns which would seem to owe their in spiration to various phases of nature Fruits and flowers figure very largely In tho designs now as do nil sorts of flowering plants and vines The new est scarfs of this typo show another Theyhavesuns crossed by fleecy clouds As the majority of these Hearts are made of perfectiywhllo dark blues and btowns also ap pear In some of tho pAttcrna The Little Bertha All sorts of berthas aro used tor trimming the draped bodies of crepe olin and chiffon cloth gowns Some times theso berthas are ot broadcloth In a matching tono and embroidered In soli colored silks Again they aro of coorso net soutarhcd embroidered or appllqued In self or contract colors but in nearly every Instance they are shaped like tho erstwhile popular Jumportke shouljer strops Urmlnat tag Just blow the bust line find at the top extending out over the sleeve To accompany these berthas tlwro art banding to finish the sleoto and oar row edges to finish thecoltitr ROSES ON ALL WINTER KAT9 Of Every Color and Hue and the Larger the Better weIis tt to the solar that tabu Ot waste It aNtIII1c a III uses on a rI power Mlpa t0 enliven the yaps A wee not ashes one feel poaftlvery rovec and ywis- faeee muse thin ever like flowoot thetrNrs The ribbon meson which adorn a dreeoy hat Jtfet front Ihvto are feeds of ninny shades of pink ruin rthfeen lit Otto Instance and In another of oHrfcni shades of dead white and greet white to look like a kids raw It may seem folly to per tow dvQcw for a Blnjtfe artMklnl roe yet that to what fashion is doing and the rlbbea roses cost as mush rf not more The keynote of the year la Mrapte elegance said Ute mUttacr as silt carefully extricated A large hat to fit on my head for the reception Simple oUffsace Truly It looked so It out a turban rather large and over the matin finished frame was folded a point lathy scarf with Hello evralno and sable tulle rounding the crews A narrow twist of vleux blots supple ribbon gaye the color note that was all Other tUf bans the coming hats wore as iu Zcolorsj Cretonne Bed Spreads The renewal of things Colonial In bruutUt about the fashion for bedspreads i of old world ohtelz Those 1 substitute tho spreads of Marseilles They hang nearly to tho floor ate sloshed to fit tho two lower posts and are edged with threoInob linen lace There is an oblong piece made to match for the pillows It Is always better to use what It known as day pillows under this They are stuffed with n hard substance and made to 1 stand firm and full Ir1 Fancy Muffs 7 Fancy muffs will be a fad of theyeseason and in them there is a chance for employing all the cleverness In design and needlework thata woman possesses In a muff brocado and feathers may bo moat charmingly combined and a neckplcco to match may be evolved Black velvet with black ostrich tips can bo worked to gather with astonishingly artistic rec suits whllo artificial flowers either as a substitute or In combination are lovely To Turnover Back tallenInto a wear Softer neck effects are consul cr xl tiemrUo and tho sheer embroid ered turnovers are being worn again 4 In combination with fluffy jabots rabat ties and tasseled silk or velvet cravats Worn thus the turnover of course fastens In front like a linen nonUTtogother Silk Skirt Cloth Coat Among the best ot tho new cos lames In Boon tfto combination ot Ottoman illlc and liberty broadcloth Tho skirt Is ot silk long Ilowltfc and untrimmed Ths coat Is also Luna is of the cloth and usually baa revere of silk I 1iIflcmINTEbbEJT 1 RY J VulZ 1VA t5E1Ks ire PRE I121lJiTI n13 2YfTI N I rbraaridirlL3 JEW I1Lkitisew 1 11i lilUlBJRf8REr5r TWIN JIUTTL3 JYJMff JIWJAtf WZLL3- If present plans do not miscarry and If tho people of Arisona are permitted to hAvo their way a little oar ner ef the Painted desert equal to two tewnthlps In area will soon be declared a national raoRuoMat and set aside fee preservation forever In Its present ctrodltlon for the we and sn joymoat of the whole pteple IITJtert It no wore beautifully Indefl nits term In Ai dean Reoffrapby than the Painted desert There are rail road maps that eoafiBe the name te- A narrow strip of territory along tho Little OokMMlo river hat anyone fa miliar with the southwMt knows that there arc at least a halt soon of other regles of oq al or greater extent fully as doservlag of the till George WhArton James d flaes the Palatvd desert tdon as oxteodlns from the RIo Grande wet to tbo Calico moun Was the 8lion tea the Mojave des rL Its northern limits are come where among the ptaiMM of Boutbeni Utah while lu sovtlisrn boundary must be sought somewhere down in northern Moxtoo It iNslwlM the Col a made desert the Grand canyon the MoBgoikm platHAM Ute Tonto bsuln the Verdi HasMyanpa and Salt river valleys the Petrtfled forest and the Buier4lUoti mountains Not all of this vast region Is desert in ehanutor and only a relatively small portion of Its desert expands deserves to be described as painted Yet tho conditions ot color and bare non that first BUggovled the name ex lit In places throughout thli whole vast stretch of country Paris of It are as fertile as nay ot the worlds garden spots It contains some of the noblest virgin forests In Amurlea Including a number of national forests aggregat tog many millions of acres In extent It Is crossed by tho Continental divide The lofty pooka of tho San Francisco and San Mateo mountains as well a tho lesser heights of tho ZunI Super stition Mogollon Plnal Dud other rangy aro within Its borers ltts crossed by ono of tho groat rivers of America tbo Colorado and hundred smaller Btreainn such as tho Uttle Col orado the Olla and Virgin riven Dill Williams Fork and HAVASU Walnut Oak Willow Diamond and Bluowatcr creeks drain other portions Portions of tho desert area are moro wastes of natural soud but other portions aro chaotic bad lands upon which the Muter Painter of the universe has spread a divine harmony of color that shames tho wildest flights ot the Ima gination Transcontinental travelers never fall to wonder at and admire tho standing rocks red cliffs black lava cratersIto trio view tho wholo way from Islcta to Gallup West of the Colorado rlvor the chocolttlecolorod mountains and kills that shade from gray to black f and from brown to crimson compel tho notice of tho least observant All theso aro ot tho Painted desert but they are BO more than tantalizing hInts of tho greater glories that Ho beyond tho car window perspective Most of thoso who forsake the Pull mans and ever after boast ot a close view of the Painted desert Inspect It only as an Incident of a trip to tho strange towns of tho Hop Indians a long and wearisome Journey of a hun dred miles or more from Canyon DIp blo Winslow or Holbrook The per tions ono lees on such a trip aro not those most worthy of inspection for the wagon roads follow tho lines of Inaat rcsiiiluDce Irrespective of the scenery Nevertheless no traveler over either route will over forgot the wide outlook over the gaudy super heated sands tho fantastic sky lines tho black grim volcanic craters and basalt cliffs tho orange and carmine Had lands of the Painted desert Its coloring ia aa rich as that of theI Grand canyon and more varied Tho prospect li limited only by tho powers et human ilslon The winds and tafias and vmhlns water of ages Art cklHkil basalt clay and wml e stone Into Images columns mow niTits towers and strange fantastic tome that have no namoa Irrespec tlvo of Its coloring It would deserve to rank among the worlds wonders Yet its coloring Is the greatest wonder of all Here may bo seen a red wall B0 feet high and 100 miles long Yondu Is a cool black cliff of hardened lava rising from a valley door of snowy alkali From any vantage point one tray survey a glowing landscape that shows 100 shades of pink gray red chocolate carmine crimson mauve brown yellow and olive Near Indian Walls Is a seemingly Interminable Une of tall rock sentinels all garbed In dif ferent hues on guard In this land of enchantment No wonder the Spanish explorers when they first behold it wore than 3W years ago named It EI Pintado Doslerto Nino miles north of Adamona it ned River canyon from tho rim of ghleh OM obtains a view of tho Paint ed desert that can hardly be matched fur scenic Interest The drive requires not more than two hours over a road that derives more than ordinary Interest from the circumstance that It Crowes the old Central Overland stage route the far western extO Mon of the historic Santa Fa trail Although this has not been traversed for more than a quarter of a century tho deep ruts worn by the wheels of the stage cMohes freighting aaravaas aad prai rie schooners of the emigrants bound for the faroff land of gold In the cult leg years that began with 49 are sub plainly visible Jest on the brink ot tho canyon Is aa ancient cedar tree the only one for tulles around Tradition has It that here was the famous rendezvous and camping place of a band of despera does and cattle rustlers that terrorized this part of Arizona for many years hence the spot is locally famous at tho Robbers Roost To describe oven tho small portion of tho Painted desert visible from Robbers lloost is as hopeless as to detcrlba an Arizona sunset As far as the eye can carry Is a succession of buttes terraces and castellated hills that seem to display all the colors of the rainbow Pervading all Is the toys tie purple haze of tho arid lands that blonds chaos Itself into a symphony of color moro cclostll than of this sordid earth Away off to tho northwest li a black flattopped mesa beyond which lies the land ot the hop Indians To tho north is the land of tho Lvnjos the American Bedouins Out this Is desolation Itself uninhabited even by tho hardy tribes that find In the desert a congenial home At ones feet is the sandy boulderstrewn bed of a forgot ten river whoso healing flow teasel ages ago when thIs gorgeous land ot thirst boro a tar different aspect green with tropic vegetation and moro dious with tho songs of birds From tho parched desolation rise shimmer ing heat t Tco that one shrinks from the descent Into the canyon as from a fiery furnace However It Is not as bad as it looks A circuitous path leads to the canyon ODOr over glittering beds of gypsum and thick deposits of mineral paint Near the bottom tbo edge of a vast de posit ot Blllclfled wood Is reached This Is not the famous Petrified forest IOUthbutwonderful Officially it is known as tho North Slclllarla forest It Is proposed to set aside 72 square miles of It as a national monument that It may bo forever preserved as a public pea session If onos eyes bo sharp he may find many strange and curious things min died with tho sand sllex and rock fragments Thero are corals and the fossil bones of fishes that disported themselves In ocean depths when tine lofty Arizona plateau was far below tea level Thero are the fossilized re mains of prehistoric birds animals and reptiles for which science has not yet Invented names On a larger scald are a thousand freaks of erosionthe work of sandstorm and rainstorm ot wind water frost snow heat and all the Irresistible forces of nature Yonder stands a host of gigantic silent stone iicnres Boaia of almost igeltc boat ty and others diabolic In tholr gro tuaqueneasamong which Colorados Garden of the Goda might bo lot and pawed by unnoticed so numerous mire tho greater wonders TIlt safest way ot not being intact able It rqt to expect to bo happy MERE MATTER OF INFORMATION Irishman Seemed to Have Good Reason for His Inquiry Officers bavo a right to ask ques lions In the performance of their duty but there are occasions when It seems as If they might curtail or forego the privilege suggests Youths Compan ion Not long ago an Irishman whose band had been badly mangled In an accident entered the Boston city hos pltal relief station In a great hurry lie stepped up to a man In charge and inquired Is this the relief station sort Yes What Is your namer Patrick OConnor sor u Are you married questioned the officer YU sor but Is this the relief station lie was nursing his hand in agonyOf course It Is How many chil dren have your Eight nor flat sure this Is the relief tUUoar Yes It is replied the officer a little angry at the mans persist once Well sold Patrick we an I was beginning to think that It might bo the pumping station LONDONS WEALTH AND POVERTY Sad Extremes That Prevail In the Worlds Richest City The London county council accord lag to yearly custom has Just pub lished some suggestive statistics In thtro the British capital Is put down as probably tho wealthiest city in the world Its property U Insured against fire for about six billions of dollars It takes about 419017 tons of killed meat and 58736 Uro cattle 375950 sheep 174332 tons of fish and 80826 UO gallons of milk to feed thq popula tion which uses 62152249000 gallons of water for drinking and other pur posesBut besides being the wealthiest London Is also to use a word made famous by Bernard Shaw the 111 IhlelLOf the 479B7E9 human be lags that UTe on Its 7481G acres of land and water 14S326G or one In every 38 are paupers But more appalling still la the fact that 20 per sons In every 100 die in an almshouse er aln tnoM Infirmary No wonder the oily te obHged to distribute through Its charities mere than J80 MOMO annually Year Without a Summer Tho year 1816 has a remarkable cold weather record and Is known as the year without a summer In that year there was a sharp frost In every month aad the people all over the world began to believe that same great and definite change In the earth was taking place The farmers used to refer to It as eigbteen hundred aad starvetodeath Frost ice and anew wore common in Jute Almost every green thing was killed and tho fruit was nearly all destroyed During the mouth snow fell to the depth of three Inches in New York and Massachu setts and ton Inches in Maine Thero were frost and Ice in July in New York New England and Pennsylvania and corn was nearly all destroyed In certain sections Ice halt an Inch thick formed in August A cold north wind prevailed all summer Men the Umbrella Losers It the umbrella Is for a gentleman I suggest that It be cheap the clerk said For a lady the costlier the umbrella the better Ladles you know never loso umbrellas never leave them In ears br shops never carelessly allow them to be swiped Why there are gold and silver handled umbrellas the property of ladles that have been coming back to us for repaIrs for 40 years But men dear me Men aro liable to lose an umbrella the first day they take It out For a man you say sir Then I recommend this strong and service I 98 able article at 74 cents reduced from Tall Lofting Many remarkable but yet properly vouched for feats of skill are record ed of professional golfers Thus on one occasion wheu in his prime the late Tom Morris Sn undertook to demonstrate his ability In lofting a ball For this purpose he stood in a quarry underneath the familiar Hal lochingle bridge and sent a number of guttles in succession up to the footpath at the top a height ot nearly 150 yards Probably without knowing It In doing so he was emulating an earlier performance of an Edinburgh player who once drove half a dozen balls over the spire ot St Utica ca thedral from the level of the street Given t- One Mitten cold day a lovesick young mae The had for some tlmo harassed a young lady rdth his attentions was hurrying along the street behind this visry young lady when he perceived with delight something drop from her muff to the sidewalk Picking It up the gallant young man rushed ahead and accosting her smilingly held out her recovered property Without deigning to accept It she eyed him coldly a moment then said You may keep It lea my mitten Bad Scoring Yes fcoa ono of the worst marksman I over met eTer inussca up tho target eta I should say pot Why when he goes to vote h cant even gat ii rival 1the elrdrr DESCENT OF THE HOLY SPIRIT Seadtr Stiocl testes for Jix 19 1909 SxcUSj Aiructd for Tito Paper T r wtv TRXTAeU 2IB Memory verses Zfu TKXTI wiN pray tk Fa ther and be hall Rive you aaoUwr Gun fort r that be IRa aWe with yes ter ever even ue Spirit ef TruthJahn Irt4 I- TTiaraMay 27 or So A D 3S oa a Saturday er Sunday raendnr The day- of Penteceat M days after the PuMYer- at wMcb Christ was erudflad The modern WOltseeda- rCONNECTIOTen days after Ute kit lemon the Ascmuloa were spent IB prayer and weluns- PIACFServaiem Perhaps Uw eft mentioned upper room perhaps use of the rooms In the temple courts Comment and Suggestive Thought Three outward manifestations of the Holy Spirit presence V 2 And suddenly As they were praying So the lightning breaks forth IlUlldenlr- trom the cloud but tics electricity that prepared for It had been gathering silently for hours 1 The sound from heaves Its source aa of a rushing mighty wind More clearly In the revisions as of tile rushing of a mighty wind It does not say that there was any wind bet only maenad M of a wind No whirlwind shook the building The audible sign fill lag the roots announced the power represented by It as doing the same Prof Hotoy It the sound filled all the house and was heard beyond its walls by the multitudes v 6 I 2 V 3 The manifestation to the ear was followed by Its manifestation to the eye Cloven tongues not each tongue cleft Into two parts forked but the fire was In the form of tongues which distributed them selves over the company a tongue settling upon the head of each one RAckam Like as of fire It was not real fire as an organ of destruction but with the appearance and brightness of fire like that of the burning bush which Moses saw X The third manifestation was through the gift of tongues The Significance ot the Symbols of the Spirit the Symbol of the Wind The Greek word as the Hebrewword for spirit Is the same as that for wind which Is a natural metaphor to represent the spirit Jesus himself so uses It In John 3 L 1 It Is an Invisible power of which no one knows whence It cometh or whither It goeth But you cannot tell the causes which are beyond our reach Even today when we have daily reports from the weathur bureau no one knows where and when a storm win arise We see the storm and Its direction and can tell with great probability to what place It is going and when It will get there But for beginning and end we know not whence It cometh ner whither It goeth 2 But we recognize it by Its of fects In sound In music In force in life 3 It Is essential to life 4 It is allpervasive 5 It is very powerful The all is so powerful that even free dynamite smut ing against it on one side crushes the rocks on the other The other day the air from an explosion of dynamite swept away nearly a whole village 6 Yet It Is very gentle and delicate breathing around the rose and gently touching the little child The Symbol of the Flame and Light 1 It Is mysterious In nature In effably glorious everywhere present swift winged undefiled and unde niable 2 It represents the healing power of the Holy Spirit changing night Into day 3 It expresses this purifying power It Is a disease destroyer a refiner at gold 4 It symbolized the comfort warmth cheer fresh life Joy peace which the Holy Spirit Imparts 5 Fire is the symbol of Intense energy and zeaL Tho Holy Spirit fins the soul ylth glowing enthusiasms and unconquerable energy and zeaL 6 Light convinces the world ot dust ot dirt ot a thousand evil things un known In the aarkness For examples a ray of light In a dusty room and Tyndalls ray through the glass tube showing seed germs that no other process could matt known So the Spirit convinces of sin of the evils In tho heart The truth of this lesson applies to boys and girls as well as to adults It Is said of the boy Jesus that thegrace ct God was upon him while he waxed strong advanced In wis dour amid stature and in favor with God and man M John tho Baptist also was nll d with the Holy Spirit even from his birth- Chlldrell need the Holy Spirit to help them to be good and enable them to be disciples of Jesus The gift of taigucs was an Indorse ment of the command lo disciple all nations an Inspiration to obey It and a pointer to the means The human tongue Illuminated and sancltlfied by Ore faun the loser sanctuary was about to be the Instrument ot the gos per advanccoenf The Transformation of the Apostles One erect ot this gut of the Holy Spirit upon tho apostles was a wonder tub change In them It was almost a transfiguration experience This Is the power we need tor our own growth In grace and In every food word and work The great need ot the church Is K fuller reception ot this power oJ the Holy Spirit Wo are too cold too afraid of deep feeling too conventional not too practice but too Indian to lit our practice of good works ha batten of iwtt anl devotion a r L it iiI S 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alt Over 60 istrndon 1175 jteeeab torn 27 states Largest college library ia KafByNO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many daces that each student can be placed with others hikerhimself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same kctuvea library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the COBMBOG branches tau ht ki the right way Drawing Sinking Blbfp Handwork Lessens in Farm and HoaeehoU Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for nay who have flatbed fifth grade tractions and compound narabera Brickwork Farm MingBMOTt Printing Woodwork Nursing Dre fekteg MId MaawgesMst Learn and Earnr ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who haws largely finished common breaches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful ute CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered ia this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady la Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Eyen a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fir ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses With LaUD Gee man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses tUa use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 nil 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching Hirst year parallel to Sth grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Fbdowlag years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher sad cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Tlxes Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small eitra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College ia not a moneymaking Institution All tho money re ceived from stadeets is paid out for their benefit and the School expends a en an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he to This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic Ptste who are supporting Heron In order that It zany train young mesa and women tor Tires of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come turn the best fannies aad are earaeat to do well aad Improve For any who may be slek the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge AH except those with parents In Berea UTe Ia Cortege balMInjs and assist ia work of boarding haH farm and shops receiving valuable tusk lug and getting pay accontag to the vahte of their labor Except In win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as ninth as 35 cents a week Sere who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to corn rom 50 oea J to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry poster books etctary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather worm wra i and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas sad other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The Collage asks no xgnt for the fine buildings In which students UTe charging only enough robot rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras LS5 a weex Ja the fall and L50 In winter For room furnished fuel Iigtg sash ing of bedding 40 cents x week In fall and sprung 50 cents la winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but onoe and Is retarded when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for C3l9 oC acool bond ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or aenlcca Of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift The IncMcntil Pee for mojt students Is 500 a term UUIO in lower Model Schools Jf 00 la courses with Latin and 760 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows WINTER 12 weeks 29J0In one payment S28JO Installment plan first dig JTL60 Including LOG deposit middle cl term 900- SPRING10 weeks 225Oln one payment 522JO Installment plan first day f1675 Including ILOO deposit middle oJ term Jt75 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for nano work 940SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for t ntXanimations 51645 hinter and Spring teams tenCer one payment JtiO REFUNDING Students who tease by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board In full tnC9 ot that no allowance is made for any fraction ot a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unix plied fraction of a mouth and in nay case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental Fee when one leaves before the middle ct the ten a certificate Is given allowing a student to apply onehalt the fee for termbins t when he return provided It Is within four terms IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made year Journey and are well started in school It pays to stay as bag as pesstete The first day ot Winter terra Is January S 1SCS The first day of Spring term is March Sib 1999 For laforrniUoa or friendly advice write to the Secretary j WILL C GAMBLES BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the tJU of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like a Q thing token they see it and to et a 75 cent knife with two blade ef rotor steel and a dollar paper that is worth mote to the rooua taint people that any other dollar paper in the world 1 The Knife aTko Cltiaeu for 125IThat brings in subscriptions all the tine If 30x1 lure rot got hut ought to lute 4 y LAST CALL FOR SCHOOL The Citizen for the last two weeks and again thisW1ek has i printed advertisements of Berea College explaining to JWgpeople both the need of an education and the way to secure it The tine has now come to do something about it The wiater term peas oo Jan 0 1000 and all students who want a good ranatBg start M their terms work should be here by then or before There w BO Reed tgo over again all the arguments for going to school but it is worth while to stop at this time and remember that there are aet very analchances to decided about going to school The oppottaBitj mtj be gone next yearit may never return if you CAN go BOW BOW w the time to go The fears which deter you will be just as had next i yearand there will be no more reason for them for tkey are IBGfly groundless There is nothing to be gained waltiegererytbiag by acting Now act IT IN OUR OWN STATE Ten Men Killed Christmas in Drunken CelebrationsWatterson Suggested for President Record Breaking Turkey Raised WHAT CHRISTMAS COSTIt Yon of the reproaches ef tfcht Batten which we call Christian that oa the birthday of the Oe we aM Lord orthereIs mere violent crime than oa any other day la the year This camel Mea8 we eehIIIa ta to eft en by drtaktBg IB CMease Xew York and ether large does Cfcriateias is the fearkeeear Biggest cIa1Ia eooatry districts It is the day el the jug and MUle the exyrea ten pastes are easy the week before carrying the poicoa all over the state Hundreds ef packages were handled In small office and thousands of raft rot the taft As a result Christmas Kentucky east ten Hves IB every i1 ease the report says that whiskey caused It How many widows asd orphans tears and how muck misery were caused by this celearatlaB caa f never be eoonted- WATTERSOX BOOMED There ta a boom for Wattersoa fer Democratic candidate for President text time Bryan is still willing but he might let Watterson run The editor Is OBoe of the ablest men la the country but bolted the Democratic ticket race L and has hardly made his peace with ill the Democrats yet 12 he were to run the Bryan Democrats would treat him as they did Parker There IK no need for the RepubKeaa to be alarmed about it BIGGEST TljRKEY Robert G Thomson of Lincoln County raised this year what Is supposed to be the biggest turkey ever seen In this state he weighed flttyflve pounds OB foot FIGHT AT STEARNS The mast serious of all the bad whiskey Christ man fights was at Stearns where a group of union miners were Incited by liquor to defy an injunction of the U S Court aghast their interfer inc with a mine where there was a strike U S MarsbaBs tried to ar rest the miners and there was a pitch ed battle In which one miner and one marshall were killed and a hotel burned The other miners with one or two exceptions finally sat away It was thought for a white that several miners were burned In the hotel but no bodies were found Troops were ordered out to pursue the miners and after considerable skirmishing they are now said to have got over the tine into Tennessee The state troops had to turn back but the TJ S Mmnhaity went on and now If the Tennessee forces caoaot rapture the men a detachment nC V S troops will be called m for the use la one of authority of the U S Court end the government has tie right to we troops The crime oS these miners is Just the came as that ct Mitchell Gompcra sad Morrison who have beea sentenced toe refusing to obey a court order but nobody sec v think this Is a ease oC op Bresttou TtJfct there Is a lot ot hol leilag about the Ms norm INSANB MAX SHOO SxattYHBK wills laae the Ir alter Christiaaa stet ad kthI B suCj Sheriff Lets TOVBR ami unBBit T George HaMeway he 3 MIIBIIBL Of- I He was njtmrtd seat ocy he tad i little meaary cf tike tiioiXlBc t BOOm SHORTAGE Fiaaf ahe lt leg op ef the ateunlc eC JMge Iteee tIJuly 3It JI TO HBLP MeeBdi6 m b e i been s stag accidera r aioar lately that Utet Y tldso- Isg eC esinblleilg ft aslN regie a- atatla wkwe esperta wld alhasp be ready to a w help is uIf arYe- i where there Is ax sadden k Y pn- sNle that awci a fdR W1eaai Mahed at Levfgian MAY BE CAWS miJuaeJWaS Is fa JaN at Lea bag tilt a- ebarge cc kUNsg his btalier Jsbe He deoJes the e The asreara JuT declared MB pacr I KILLED BY SONA Male QIdIt- rau wbYkey tAbs die day before iadaeed Thetas AtekseK weisg nearI OwingsvHe to kfll Ms tatter I CHRISTMAS STAMPS suB view tacky has responded BS BJ w tfce appeal tee help far the eaaoam 4- Mewa In the CJIrisCBIas s mafe meat and ever 680JBOO were sold lit the state wUck w king fca kW9 for the aid oC the pod waek The total sales fat the United Stogy it Is estimated wtt he sleet KatfH werthSMTTH t MTSTEKT AOAEJ fc is that that the mystery watak SIll rooBda the disapaearaaee of W E Smith a State University stalest last September tt at fast ta he efcaredj j away As aaoBTmons letter has ce 1 received which states that toe w is certain that the body Its under liveii ease are trying to raise the aetesaarj r Jlla4e1otta i t JIM PARKSS STORE HoeuaelftemJTon knew Jim Parks Out Hopkins Corner way Well he go tired of pfaitrfng ems And wag oats and br- It was too hard and duK a Itt Ha said he could make mocr To mow to flaws a ii open A little grocery start The oceniss up was easy dune And thine last Ijearht tv swim Tou work a farm hue keep a store It seemed like fax to Jinx HJa trade Weta he hail mare or res Twas hardly mr mere But times would better te the tJtAadbhe liked keeping arse One day test week I caHlrf around And tend him drmdStt bluec act kept tte stwIt all right but ka- Th Wqs mafiS nx taG The htatisctts suits ma ken ot ways Exit ten mr hoer aaM Jim- A rasa eta keep ant botvOlC KtWhen it via turf keep afcaf Womaa H at Casacaaloai fbrJbz reeue4 neaxrroat aw exstxas IIO tise4 asst t I t College Faculty and TeacherstP Bern has s ar Rderisl t4tfg Mrs 19taA01 w ah +r w iisiscaI art saaasp yet ante s z SaMvpor bl er on ner atarieat JIIIoIIBIIw tas aa sir ai aai- Ns 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