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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a oeea e e o o o o o r =CO oThe J Citizen Is r Growing OueuuUyeO RapoiINcomonuyDIlit 1rfHE CITIZEN 0 Idly Let Your Business 0 STANLEY FROST Manage j i Keep Pace With it By Adver sEnterrd at tht nl lltrta Ay at utma O eliut maUmntter m o using j0 oooooooooooooCjI Devoted to the Interests of the M ouxitain People oooooooonooo t 1Vol X Five cents a copyBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 28 HmO One Dollar a year No 311NEWS OF THE WEEK Loss of Hundreds of Lives Avolded Men Burned In Fire Trap Laid Entomed Twenty Five Days WIRELESS SAVES HUNDREUS Ono of tho most wonderful things overdone by tho wireless telegraph came last Saturday when nearly two thou sand lives were saved by Its use Two great steamers tho Republic and tho Florida qach with hundreds of mace out topassengers colllcd many sea Both wero In danger of Gong down and by means of tho wireless help was sent fur Fast boats start ed for tho scone and tho wireless I messages told them Just whore t IO r VI sinking boats wero All the passengers wore rescued Tho Republic lank soon after but the Florida will to gotten safely to port A few years accident would haveago such an meant tho loss of almost every Wo on both vessels I SEVENTY BURNED Seventy men wero Lusted to death on what IB ailed n crib about two miles out In Lako Michigan from Wilea o hut week Tho crib Is a small building whore workmen stay while digging a tunnel The city has tunuoB run several miles out In the lake to set pure water and men go out Into tho lako and build water tight compact menU down to the bottom to they can work from both ends Thero weT about 110 mon In this trapllko build Ing when the flro caught nnd halt of them died LONG IN RUINf Another ful rescue hilt ben made tram U IeI ruins of Melna which was droC- d by the earthquake An olfhty year old map laM been taken out ails after havlHg been entombed twenty five days BRI1IBRY CIIAKOBD CMarges of brtbory have been tiled ngalntt Ben itor ptimed of Wlioonsln It charged that he ipwt J8SOOOO get till ro olsatioa- T19NNY8eR DRY ANY WAY The lsletet ir of Twmeesee h I voted the state dry In spite of the loverxoft veto of Ute original tin and It hM been passed w kill heed by a union between Ute two Thorpao Job while they are at It II made the manufacture of liquor Ills gal aa well as 1U sale- SHARTH HAS AOUl4lt i ems t If tho old earth bas tho ague these days aa there are earthquakes some whoro almost every day In South eat Italy whore ouch great damage was done there nee little quake ovary tow hour and there have been others In widely iiaruted parts otI tho world Even this oountry not been left out and there wa a little ono at Cincinnati last Friday No damage was dono LEAVI1T DIVORCB CASE Thero scams no doubt that a divorce will soon be grunted to Ruth Bryan Loa vltt daughter of the candidate for President as hoc husband an artlit who Is In Paris announced lust weak that ho would not opfalso the suit she has filed- STORM KILLS HUNDRHDS A terrible tempest which raged last Friday for five hours In northern Africa resulted in completely wiping on several villages and caused tho 1deaths of hundreds of natives NEW REPUBLICAN CHA1RMAN When Taft bccomos president on Mar 4 and Frank Hitchcock becomes Postmaster General a now chairman will hays to bo found for tho Repub lican Natlonl Committee According to custom the place will bo taken by tho vicechairman C F Brookcr of Connecticut Ho will hold office till I tho next National Convention nnd about all ho will havo to do In tho meanwhile will be to arrange for thatI convention TAFT OFF FOR PANAMA Presi dentelect Taft who has been stay lag In Georgia resting for the last few wceku has started for Panama to make one moro inspection of the work thero before ho becomes pros dent Tho flnlohlng of tho canal will bo one of tho most Important works entrusted to his care nnd ho evidently wnnto to make sure that every thing is an right down there CHURCH UNION LEGALTho Court of Appeals line uphold tho vali dity of tho union between tho Cum berland Presbyterian Church and tho Presbyterian Church of America in a suit over some of the property tho Continued on firth page I 4 r f t ciimu T sris- nMANYSTUDENTS I List Shows How Wide Influence of Berea IsEnrollment Larger This Year than Ever Before The Citizen takes great pleasure In giving Its readers this week a list ot most of tho students who havo enter ed Devon College thus winter term The list Is not complete there are sow students coming In all the time and It ii irapotelulo to keep up with them Every ono whose name appears hero has settled with the Treasurer and Is In full swing with his or her wok And by the way all seem to be en great1I In the Academy Department this year is oepooJally notable Dr Barton who la visiting here said that ho was great ly Impressed with this and complimented the young people warmly All other departments are showing Improvement too but these are doing the best And still tho students sumo Special arrangements are made by tho college help the late ono catch up with studio and special efforts are 1111to to give them comfortable rooms number of girls are finding delight quarters In tho now hotel building In not yet ready for business The old hospital la available for new boys and plans have been made double the service In the boarding toI so that scary one will have plenty sat Tho school Is full but there Is still room and no ono who line planned to como should bo seared away Tho health of tho students has been unusually good so far this term There lira been practically no sickness of any kind and every one la looking well Very tow havo left school bo collie of homo sickness and tho enter tainments which are provided give great enjoyment There were In school Wednesday morning 9DS students or 72 nova thin nt tho same time In the term hut otthosofrom comoshowing usefulness COLLEGE DEPARTMENT Senior Class trlDf1 Cm W Oak Park flank Samuel Satsal W Council BlurtIDWa OklatJunior Claw Bemler Ernest A Now Rllltenl 0JOIRlall It 0 talk Amy fl thni1tonChrlaman Llllle tifnae C Ingins 1L radlserlllorenllarllaon May Deren Ifettman Thos 0 OhioStllwpll Aimer J AVauncon 0 Sophomore Class Ambrose Lillian lrancl Dert4 Oklr0 Marsh Hllwbeth BeWUttlC Leslie 2L1andorn OhioSproulo Martha Wont Lolpalc OhioStrong Annn lIr Iluntshurg OlioThomson I uene JletclTodd Alwin Dexter Deren Tuthill 1lIIlan nlv rhORIL NYVaiiRhn Marshall Everett Bcroa Freshman Class Baker HV18 V Paint Lick Carrara ODowmanDozarlh Willard R Lower Dank N J Jaek80nOrlfflnJones Minnie B Dayton Ohio 0PerryRiley Samuel It PI neville Doll Co OhioTuthillWall Jamo w Eulmnk Pulaski Special Students 1Cmvcn8LincolnKirkTlnilsley Chas Bradley Bera tPatinContinued on found pane THE CHANGE OF LEADERS President Roosevelts remarkable message of last weekreview ing tits work of his administration is one that commends itself deeply to the American people It hows tht whole outline of his work which liurttofi re has been seen by most only in part That oulline ill a nulilo oue und in this time when the Presidents enemies are yelping and slathering at his heels the people of the country are giving their deep approval of the work he has done In spite of the fact that be has failed to accomplish the majority of the reforms which he has recommended Pres Roosevelt will reo tiro from oflice voluntarily on March 4with the real object ho has lied in mind accomplished and with his real work done lIe believes thnt other mon can do better than he ns lenders from now on and is satisfied and happy to leave in his place a man who while not agree ing with him in all matters is still in harmony on the fundamental principles for which he line worked free Hoosevelts real work has been for something a good deal deeper than any group of reforms no matter how important they are or may become When he took oilice it was at the height ofII long periodof corruption in our affairs in the business big and smallof our nation and following from that corrupt business in politics city state and national Money reigned and our one god was prosperity Financial success covered all crimes and controlled all government And the plnjority of the people half asleep nud half believing that in some way they benefited from this corruption thru the general pros purity when really they wero being robbed right and loft tho people were supine and allowed corruption to flourish unchallenged- It is largely Roosevelt who has changed all this and line brought about u condition so different that many of us are at first thought in olinud to deny that the country could ever have been BO bad He couldnot of course hove dune it alone Corruption had gone fo far that revolt was breaking out all over the country Roosevelt headed the revolt focused it nnd iniulu it effective and chiefly he became its spokesman to tho people wakening them to the facts und bringing them to believe once more in righteousness in politics and business lie turned the direction of the thought of the nation till today such things OH were done by all in 1000 are impossible Many of the old lenders are loft and like honker are vainly gnashing their teeth against the change But tho they have delayed the coming of huH vidual reforms they have nut been able to stop the change in the point of view of tho iinlion and Roosevelt has undermined their authority so that each IIH he comes up for reelection is being driven from the field The President has won with the people and the fruits of his labor will show more clearly in the next four years than they have in the past Under him we have become since more u Chrihtiun rather than a LaisintFO nation And now Koosevelt is ready to step out and leave the carrying out of the different reforms to his friend Taft and Roosevelt do nut agree on all minor things and Rootevolt willingly admits his ignorance of many of these things He believes Taft knows more than he does about them Ho is glad to have the wiser man do the work knowing that he will do it in the spirit for which Roosevelt has fought Tuft will have behind him tho force of Roosevelts campaign for righteousness and with this added to his own strength the next four yours should bring mhiiy refornuMUjp tuna the last four Roosevelt hits prepared tho way canny of rofbiiii Tuft will lead it on toward the goalnot without fighting still but without FO much fighting andwith larger evident results Fortunate indeed are both the imtioii and the ports in having two such men to supple I inoiit each others work FIRE LOSS ESTIMATES III The merchants who wore damaged by tho flro last weuk have bean flgur tug up their losses and their cetl mates now are larger than those pub lished Mr Richardson says his total loss has been about 10000 and puts tho value of his buildings at 3000 Mr Chrisman has not completed his In ventory but believes he lira lost about 1600 Hs store Is open but bo is not trying to do much business till after the Insurance adjusters have been here Mr Englo places his loss at about 1200 Ho has closed the store which was damaged but Is plan ning to havo a fire sale soon AthIs request wo publish the following CARD OF THANKS To those who worked to save the LRichardsonEagle on Monday the ISth I the thanksWntchtor 20 days sale of goodsRespectfully R J Engle FIND BULLET BYX RAYS Another of tho wonders of science was shown in a practical way for tho first time hero last Tuesday when a bullet was removed frcm a boys leg after being located by Xrays The boy was Tom Reynolds of Haytt who shot himself above tho knee accident ally In tho morning Dr Davis found that he could not locate tho ball easily by the usual inothoJs and so had tho patient brought to Berca where Prof Rumold turned the Xrays on him By means of these which go thru any thing not mineral cr metal the ball was seen several InchIes from whoro it was expected o be With this Information Drs DaI vis and Cowloy removed tho bullet without trouble a little later Berea Isj very fortunate In having such an apparatus which makes uo as well ort as any city so far as finding stray or other metal objects which get Inside a person are concerned Tho Xrays are also useful in condition of broken sbowlngI such matters AN ANNOUNCEMENT Maulden Ky Jan 18 Of To the Republicans of Jackson Co I am a candidate for assessor of Jackson County subject to the ac tlon of the Republican primary Apr 10 1009 I have never before sought an office from the voters of my county and am not now claiming that the people of this county owe mo anything and If they did would not expect their support from that stand point But believing that I am quail tied for the office to which I now aspire 1 solicit the support of every voter In my county CountyImy taught n the common schools of this county 30 months am now 23 years old Whllo I have nothing of disres pect to say of either of ray oppon ents I believe I merit the support of the people of this county I only ask this as a favor not for anything that I have Hone but feel sure that If nominated and elected that I will not taU to do my whole duty In office Therefore the people who support mo will never have cause to regre having dono so I hope to see each voter In tho county prior ot tho election RespectfullyS Wolfe DAY OF PRAYER FOR COLLEGES The last Thursday in January the historic day of prayer for colleges will bo observed this year In Berea as follows Tho collego is fortunate In recur Ing tho services of Dr Barton who Is well known to all Bereans for leader On Wednesday evening ho gave an Illustrated lecture on Christ in Mod ern Art This proved ono of the best lectures of the season and was freeThursday morning at the regular chapel hour 930 a m Dr Barton will preach In the chapel there will bo special music Immediately following tho sermon theta will be departmental prayermeetings To all these services the public are cordially Invited IN WASHINGTON Supremo Court Hits Blow at Cen tralization Root and Burton Likely to Work with Senate Machine Big Navy Plans Endorsed Washington D C January 25 1909 The tendency to centralization of power In the Federal government received a staggering blow last Mon day when the Supreme Court dccld 3d that a state can punish the formation of trusts Tho decision dealt with Tho WatersPierce Oil Co owned by this Standard Oil Co itself and It affirms a floe of 1 623000 which Texas Imposed on tho WatersPierce Co for violation of state antitrust laws The meaning of this decision coupled with previous decisions cur tailing the ability of the national government to regulate trusts and I monopolies eeemo to be that the United States as a whole cannot under the Constitution control the harmful practice of monopolies while on the other hand the states of tho Union acting IndividualI ly can do DO This encourage the state fights against tho i trusts which have lagged of late and many states will pass laws like that j of Texas which only a short time ago was mado sport of by the more i sophisticated commonwealths The trusts will bo cut up by small pieces j like cutting a tree dcwn by chopping up each branch separately The Texas law applies to railroads ao well asI other big companies so that the prospects of rqform aro limitless On the Bamp day tho Supremo Court heard tho arguments on the famous j commodity clause of the lIepburnI AntiTrust Act which roads to transport articles the manu i facturo or production of which It I owns Some wealthy Pennsylvania mlneslandcoal by not only controlling the transportation but the production of ft The Government Ifas been pro scouting them but the Circuit Court held that tho commodities clause was unconstitutional Judge Grey cf Maryland making himself renowned by that decision Now tho case has been heard by the Supremo Court If the decision Is against the Hepburn Act Its effect will bo to throw the regulation of railroads Into the hands of tho Individual stntes1 o It will be n defeat for Roosevelts po licy of allowing tho rattan as a whole to deal with evils which affect It as a wholeWANTS TIMBER SAVED The President sent a special flies sage to Congress on Friday asking that that body take up seriously the work of saving the forest timber the mineral deposits and the waterpower of the country Ho transmitted with the message a report of tho National Conservation Commission which showed that the American people are using up coal Iron stone and lumber so fast that within halt a contrary there will not be enough of these necessaries to meet the requirements Roosevelt asks for 1000000 to enable the Conservation Commission to get tho facts and place them before Con gress and tho people It js evident that the President wished to secure this good act for tho benefit ot the country before ho goes out of of rice so that a share of the honor for liowtover Y public sentiment There will be a meeting to discuss the conditions of our national natural resources next month In Washington Roosevelt has sent Gifford Plnchot the Chief For ester to Mexico to Invite personally President Diaz to send representa tives for his country to this confer enceTIie one branch of tho work tor re scuing our national wealth which Is Inn hopeful state Is that of detecting frauds In connection with the buy Ing of government lands in tire West Secretary Garflelds report on that subject and his demand for a million dollars to use In prosecuting tho so called landgrabbers aro being favorably received by Congress They have been emphasized by a warning from the field superintendent ot the Land Office who states that tho offenders must bo tried ImmedIately- or else they will escape by pleading tho statues of limitations under which acts committed several years are made safe from court proc- eedIngs Continued on 1Ifth Page I THINGS TO THINK OF Do right and Goda recompense to you will bo the power to do more rlghtJo w Robertson rt In taking revenge you aro but even with your enemy in parsing over an Injury you aro superior Character is what a man is in the darkD L MoodyImyself of what God made Browning IN OUR OWN STATE TrustsBeachHargis Start UpSaloon Men MeetLarueCounty Dry FARMERS CAN UNITEThe State Court of Appeals has decided uniteInproducts Manufacturers and Jobbers dolagtheBEACH HARQIS SHOOTS HIM SELF Beach Hargis has got his tlni4beup the neighborhood and to have ac4 cldcntly shot himself in the OOLIt- Is only a flesh wound but he will be laid up for some time j TROUBLE AT IIARLANThero Is some danger that the old Howard Turner feud may break out again at Harlan over the trial of three mem bers of the Turner faction for the alleged murder of Talbot Howard Howards body was found In the Cat ron River Wednesday afternoon by officers who had been dragging the river since Monday When last seen Howard was driving a goods wagon It was found empty with bullet holes in the wagon bed and a trail of blood leading to the rivereWHISKEY MEN OWN UPAmeeting of the Model License League triIn business If they will bo some 1 has been in session in Louisville lastfspondlngtalli folks as they did last year but havo admitted that present conditions in saloons aro Intolerable and that areIsayIt I her of the League in Louisville op dIj laws they now have there and worked for his opponent who promised to let the law slide I The whiskey reformers have not explained this yet TRIES TO DROWN BABY Mrs Jane Cruise of East Bernstadt has been taken to the East Kentucky Asy benIANOTHER COUNTY DRY Larue County the birthplace of Presdlent Lincoln voted whiskey out last Sit urday the voto being over four to one against license BIG TOBACCO UNION After ortobaccowith over 20000 members and rov presenting all the smaller societiesiIn the state BIGGEST WILDCAT KILLED One of the biggest wild cats over killed In this section succumbed aver a twenty minute fight In the holow behind Mr Tuck Algins at Dlsputanta tetriveoyer the shoulder of Mr R a Lutes one sheelswas the biggest they had ever seen eagerlysought almostthe byMrLutes on the hunt There have underAnglinfor parties from Berea and they have stolen something like a hundred dol lars worth of poultry this winter One of the cats was only killed by dogs after falling over a 150 toot cliff and i being shot besides in spite of this he put up a hot fight The men are planning to go after the other cats soon I IK OMB ITALYFor 20 years I havo been an American correspondent in this city but until tho disaster which befell Cala bria and Sicily when on DecemberI over a calamity Hardened as I was to catastro plies tho piteous sights which met my gazo at Messina Rcggio and other clUes more than once drew teas to my eyes It was my good fortune to bo one of tho mom bars of tho party of King Victor Emmanuel and Queen Helena when the ruler visited the stricken district and many times both tho monarch and life consort broke down completely upon viewing tho awful sights which followed tho earthquakes fires and tidal wave Survivors were raving maniacs and they roved the brickstrown streets In many instances nude Tho stories told by unfortunate refugees who retained their senses were almost unbelievable A soldier named Emlllo do Castro was in tho military hospital lie was awakened by a tremendous roaring sound Ho felt himself falling and thought ho was In tho grip of a nightmare It seemed to him that ho had awakened in hell for tho air was filled with terrifying shrieks lIe soon realized however what was happening His bed struck tho floor below and ho was still on it It paused a moment and was again precipitated Ho struck the next floor but this gave way at once and thus tho man and bed camo down from tho fifth floor of the hospital to Uio ground The soldier was not injured A druggist named Pulco relates that at 25 minutes past five Monday morning ho was on a ferryboat in tho port of Messina going to Ileggio Suddenly a gale of wind arose bringing a heavy sea with it Then a great chasm seemed to open in tho water and the boat went down and struck tho bottom But the waters closed in again and tho ferryboat floated safely on top of tho suc ceeding wave Most of the peoplo on board however were swept off and drowned Tho boat was badly wrecked but it floated ashore Pulco was still on board After tho first panic ho landed And found Reggio like a city of the dead Nobody was moving in tho streets and tho silence was broken only by tho moans and groans and shrieks of the wounded Pulco al several com panions tried to extricate somo wounded from tho wreckage but this was almost impossible be cause of tho crumbling ruins In ono of the squares Pulco found a group of people all com pletely naked Ono old man was carrying a little girl In his arms Tho child was covered with blood Is that your chlldr he was asked No ho replied Yesterday I found her on the pave ment In Mcsslnn I picked her up and cared for her No ono claimed her and I could not abandon her 1 have had her In my arms ever since With this touching explanation tho old man boo came oblivious to his questioner and everything around him The Serapin brought Into the port of Naples rec ords of numberless tragedies Families separated mothers inoanhig und crying for their dead chil dren husbands and wives lost to each other or a solo survivor wishing that ho had not been spared There was ono girl on board tho steamer her clothing tattered and torn who had saved a canary bird Slio was a music hall singer and bad clung to her pet throughout the terrible scenes of devastation The bird was the only hajiiy thing on board tho vessel Ono of the Messina doctors was sleeping In a room on the third floor when the first shock tune sad laved himself by gripping the roof of a neighboring house A ferryboat moored nt one of the docks seemed suddenly to bo thrown high Into the air It landed on lop of the dock safely This nerves of the unfortunates wero In such a condition that nt tho least noise they wero prone to rush screaming from their rooms seeking tho noon rtrrcs Signor Dlrohr mayor of Brcsclii In Lombardy was stop ping at the Hotel Trlna crla In Messina and TJiwas burled under tho ruins of the building for five hours Finally sev eral persons approached tho place where ho lay but at that moment a fresh shock put them to flight Eventually a body of sailors extricated him unconscious and took him aboard a ship A young doctor named Rossa at Messina gives a vivid account of his experiences Suddenly tho profound silence was broken by an extraordl nary noise like tho burst Ing of a thousand bombs he says This was followed by a rush Ing and torrential rain Then I heard a sinister whistling sound that I can liken to a thousand red hot iron rods hiss Ing In water Suddenly there came violent rhyth mic movements of the earth and tho crashing down of nearby walls made me realize the awful fact of tho earth quake Falling glass bursting roofs and a thick cloud of dust add ed to the horror of the situation whllo tho ex TNmeatat the same time crumbled walls and Imperiled my life I rushed Into the room where my moth er and sister wero and with a rope which fortunately I had with me I succeeded In rescuing them I was also successful In getting out of tho house a number of other persons who had given themselves up for lost Then somo soldiers came and helped me and together wo dragged forth several women and children from tho tottering walls of a half destroyed palace near by A few seconds later this building was entirely destroyed Thero wero scenes of Indescribable horror in tho streets and squares through which my party made its way We finally gained tho open countryAnother survivor of Messina said Tho first thing I knew I was thrown out of bed Then the floor of my room collapsed and I fell into the apartment under me Hero I found a distracted woman searching for her sis tor and son whom sho found dead Wo remained in the rulus for 24 hours entirely alone without food or drink Wo made n rough shelter of boards to keep tho rain off Our ears wore assailed with the cries and moans of the wounded These sounds abated somewhat during Monday night Stilt no ono came to our assistance Wo were as In a tomb with the dead bodies of our chll dren beside us We could see no one but every time sounds were heard tram the street there would come an outburst of piercing crhs for help from the Injured hidden and pinned down In the wreckage This refugee lost his two children Ho arrived In Rome half clad and covered with dust and burns Ills wire was clothed In little else than an old counterpane APARTMENT UNDER tff The station master at Reggio says that Immo diately after tho first shock a chasm 80 root wide was opened in the earth From this thero gushed forth a flood of boiling water some jets rising to the height of an ordinary house Many Injured persons who were In this vicinity wero horribly scalded by the flowing stream Paolo Rlzo tho mayor of Caprlolo was in Messi na on a pleasure trip that fateful Monday morn ing He was awakened by tho fearful roar of tho first shock The floor of his room fell and half unconscious ho was precipitated Into a mass of rubbish His body lodged in a niche in n wall and he was pinned down by a heavy beam his face being covered by a carpet that threatened to suffocate him Ho managed to move tho carpet with his teeth until ho mado an opening In tho folds through which ho could breathe Tho man lay In this position for five hours expecting death at any moment Had It been possible he says ho would have committed suicide flue Marquis Vlnccnzo Genoese of Palmi was awnkoned by a tremendous roar and a severe shock It seemed as though tho house was whirling round like tho wings of a windmill At Messina a frightful scene occurred amid tho ruins of the customs boom Tho first of the search ers who wore successful were attacked by others with revolvers and knives and were obliged to lotcfid their fuJs literally with their lives Tho struggle wno fierce Tho famished mon threw themselves upon each other like wolves and several fell dlKcmlxncIcd In defending a handful of dry bgana or a tow ounces of flour Ono of tho unfor tunates was pinned to a plank by a knife while clinging to his hand was his litho chip for whom he had sougnt food LAKE FIRE HORROR ABOUT SEVENTY MEN PERISH IN CHICAGO DISASTER CRIB IS A BLAZING TRAP Workmen Burned to Death or Drowned In the Icy WatersManyR- eccued by a Tug ChlcagoDeath In frightful form a cholco between Incineration or drowning In tho Iceclogged lakedo scended on probably 70 men at eight oclock Wednesday morning when tiro attacked tho temporary crib of tho now southwest land and water tunnel a mllo and a half oft Seventythird street As nearly an can bo learned 120 men mostly employes of George W Jackson Inc were In tho crib at tho time Of theso 47 are known to havo been burned to death as that number of bodies so charred and mutilated alto make Identification practically Im possible were recovered Others Perish In Lake Still others number unknown nnd probably never to bo revealedlost their lives whllo battling with the Icy waters which surrounded the blazing crib having cast themselves Into the lako In the vain hope that they might survive till help should arrive With tho exception of the Iroquois disaster which stands high In tho list of world horrors it was the most ruth less slaughter Chicago over has ever known Tho cause of the fire and responsibility for tho disaster remain undeter mined A rigid Inquiry has been bo gun by Coroner Hoffman nUll tho po lice Tug Prompt In Rescue Had It not boon for the arrival of tho tug T T Morford within ten min utes of tho beginning of the fire every man on the crib probably would barn perished Some of the mon eprnng naked Into tho water with portions of their bodies burned to a crisp anti tat tied their way to Ice floes Hero boy dragged themselves up only to freeze to tho floes and to leave strips of flesh upon the Icy surface when they were removed by the crow of the Morford Others of tho mon endeavored to hold tboniBOlvos suspended by ropes at an angle from tho burning struc ture only to be roasted piecemeal or to havo tho ropes buds through plunging them to death In the wator Many of those men wore of those who could not swim and who know that to jump Into tho wator wan only to leap to death Death by Slow Burning They therefore made pitiable at tempts to elude the flames and met a harrowing death by slow burning Kven those men who could swim and who wore not burned suffered terribly from tho cold of tho water and from freez ing on the Ice floes Some of those who could swim failed to reach a bit of Ico whereon they could drag them selves and died from drowning Still others of tho unfortunates and these were more lucky than their fol low Inasmuch as they root only death and not agony were caught In their bunks asleep and died almost Instantly In tho raging hell of tho crib Tho fire broke out shortly after the night shift had gone oft watch Somo of tho men had gone to bed or were preparing to go and thus woro caught without oven clothing Many of the men rescued from tho floes by tho Morford wero naked or nearly so Some of these however had been fully dressed when tho fire broko out but had their clothes burned off them Anguished Women Shriek Nor was tho agony at tho crib by any means tho total of all tho anguish of tho time Eight thousand feet die tant on tho shore helpless shrieking hysterical or dumb with horror were grouped women and children and men the relatives of thoso who were dead or dying Tho news of the catastrophe spread as rapidly as tho flames themselves And In n short time tho shoro between Seventyfifth street and Sixtyeighth street was lined with human beings whoso mental anguish was as frightful as tho physical anguish out In the fog covered lake Tho smoke and the Games could bo seen from the shore despite tho gray fog bank Every eye was on the flames and each Impotent onlooker realized that those flames meant death or Indescribable suffering to father brother husband Tho Inferno at tho crib was In creased In horror about fifteen minutes after the beginning of tho flro by the explosion of dynamite which was used In blasting Nearly three hundred pounds of dynamite wero nt tho crib and part of this exploded There Is a conflict of opinion as to what caused the fire Ono theory Is that one of tho workmen throw a light ed match on a small portion of the dynamite and that It burned slowly Others declare that tho fire was due to crossed electric wires TwentyFllth Victim of Wreck Glenwood Springs ColW II Jeff ries one of tho freight engineers who was Injured In tho wreck on tho Den ver R Rio Grando railway near Dot soro last Friday night died Thursday making the twentyfifth victim of the catastrophe Confirms Cheneys Successor Washington Tho senate Thursday confirmed tho nomination of Stuart K Lupton ot Tennessee to be consul at Messina Italy vice Arthur S CheneY Wiled In tho earthquake r r TEMPERANCE PROGRESS Part Women Are Playing In the i Worlds Fight on Alcohol Tho heralding of tho gospel tem poranco message around tho globe has been conducted with Increasing earn estness and vigor by tho Worlds W C T13 during tho year 1908 says the Christian Herald Seventeen gospel temperance missionaries have visited tho mission stations abroad having se cured active cQoperation in most places nnd havo boon aided by tlio mis sionary boards and temperance workfors In homo churches Tho past year bas seen this numbertIncreased by several gospel temper t nnco evangelists Miss Agnes Slack 1f tho able secretory of tho Worlds W C T U carried great Inspiration and suggestion to India early In the year u Through her activities over GOO now members wore enrolled In tho W C T U of India IB now local W C T unions wero formed tho first W C T U of Ceylon was organized over 500 men wero enrolled In other turn poronco socltles nnd an organizing fund was Inaugurated Miss Flora K Strout an efficient educator nnd trained temperance worker from Baltimore Mil gave up her post as professor In n girls col logo to carry the tidings of temperance to Japan The petition of tho W C T U for nonsmoking cars on rail road trelniln Japan has boon granted by tho government during tho year Tho great temperance victory In Switzerland has been won Many public men In Franco aro Indorsing tho t mpraneo movement Mlle Julio dAublsno heads tho now W C T U of Parin Total abstinence sentiment IB growing In Germany whore tho Students Tempornnco league Is a strong and growing body Tile Nor wegian parliament Ravo the W C T 1T An appropriation of 180 and the University of Chrlstlanla granted the use of Nobel hall to the loaders for the annual W C T II couvontlon of Norway In August Tho Temperance Association of Swedish Teach era hM nearly doubled its membership It has now almost 1000 mem hers In 23 local unions Finlands prohibition law enacted In 1907 still awaits tho czars signature but It Is thought ho will not veto It Russian women have this year petitioned tho duma fur local option and tho aboli Ion ot liquor selling oa steamboats and In railroad stations Tho White Rlbboncrs of Carl Col ony and the Transvaal have united with other womans societies this year Tho Queensland W C T U Is asking for a scientific temperance Instruction law the South Australian union la establishing national W C T U head quarters and New South Wales White Hlbbonera are urging tho Introduction ot the Pollard pledgoparolo for drunkenness New Zealand temper ance worker havo been working hard In advance of thn taking of tho trien nial vote on the liquor question The beginning of n revival of tern perance sentiment is heralded In Can ada In Urltlsh Columbia tho W C T U Is loading a groat campaign for local option Temperance sentiment In strong throughout tho dominion IT IS A POISON Effect of Alcohol on the Physical Or ganisms Is Dad Is alcohol a poison to tho animal organism Dr Williams a prominent medical authority says In answer to the question Tho matter Is presented In a nut shell by tho professor of pathology at Johns Hopkins university Dr William 11 Welch whon ho says Alcohol In sufficient quantities Is a poison to all living organisms both animal and vegetable To that unequivocal pronouncement there Is I believe no dissenting voice Open any work on the practice of medicine quito at ran dom nnd whether you chanco to read of diseased stomach or heart or bloodvowels or liver or kidneys or nerves or hmlnIt Is all ono In any ease you will learn that alcohol may f bo an active factor In tho causation and n retarding factor In tho cure of some at least of the Important ills eases of the organ or sot of organs readingYou Welch with tho conviction that nlcoftol In not merely a poison but tho most sub jodgedbytho most virulent of all poisons IcelandTheor Icelandhas stilt that In 21 electoral districts ont of 27 tho voto was for prohibition 7 sixdistrictsher of votes Is so small that tho resultcannot bo materially altered so that tho prohibition and trading In Intoxi eating liquors will soon ho In full COIIIltr adoptedof years ago Tax Rate Lowered The average tax rate was lower In Mallitachusottllthan of tho five years 19031907 accordliiR theMassachusetts 44 IT PAYS TO GRADE 0 UP THE DAIRY HERD Blood Telia In tho Profits of tho Dairyman By Otto F Hunzlker Dairy HusbandntanrIndiana Experiment Station Tho depressing Influence of poor I cows upon production nnd profits has often been pointed out It remains purodairycapacItyassumption that most men keep cows for profltthouRh It Is a fact that many tall of their object whether they know It or not There may bo several caus cs for bad results namely Inferior animals Inadequate care or n com i bination of bout Certainly a cow lacking dairy elements In her make Sample Case and Milk Testing the up can never under tho most favorable conditions perform well at tho pall and even though she were liber ally endowed with them at birth im proper rearing or Insumclent caro later In Ufo would necessarily preclude satisfactory performance on her part While It in doubtless true that many cave make poor records through no fault of their own wo are forced to conclude that such CORes are some what exceptional and that after all most poor records signify inherent In feriority In view of a decidedly skeptical attl tude on tho part of many milk pro pounds arising secured nearly possibilities ference pounds simply JTABLE Influence BlooduponfProduction Average yields yields grading hat been followed practiced lknl IU FtII HtnutLn 2692 1828 2668 1899 280362912 2241 301120 2866 2952 259623 2209 2649 tirI Difference favor systematic grading Infusion of pure dairy blood source ot greater profits tables Not and 38 been ar ranged We what the blood of when opportunity only gross but also cost horde already discussed bnvo been classified on tho basis presence absence of persistent systematic grading through tho of pure bred sires addition tho herd of pure bred females Wherever there been any doubt the line been tivcn the of In TADLENO38 altogether IProllt 1334r164711 37402233 304194 f3604 cJG90 Difference Difference systematic grading Grading Difference gasid grading purchase Improved cows been such short that herd had in ungraded The has advantages persistent There seven ungraded herds In table yield while ungraded pounds This shows difference of G4 of grading Tho question next tho production by graded group moro less economIcal- ly than by ungraded 7 Reference to tablo No will show that wbllo costs moro to feed graded cows they returned twlco much the ers After allowing for differences in cost food thero remains 1563 per sow In favor ot systematic grading point in this connection tablo 39 shows that graded herds produced there n Apparatus for Farm actly three and halt cents less than tho ungraded herds trlto saying that The bull half the herd too much affirm however that In ono line carefully followed tho wholo of it Enough has been the figures available give glimpse of tho wonder pure bred dairy sires offer tho milk producer While cases which havo just passed under observation there of G4 Indl cates that under favorable circum stances the pure I N037 The of Improved Dairy annual tat in Average annual fat In systematic herds whero systematic grading several years has been little sent altogether L t Lbs No Fat 7 2 8 5 1G 2438 17 11 18 t18 1835 19 30 J52811 = = Vge I 280 216 per cow in or 64 pounds 1 ducers toward ae a 37 have desire show pure dairy breeds can do given not aa It affects production Its The of tho or or either use dairy tho high or Gas herd benefit It one or two other of to lot been are fat herds U la a In favor is or tho It the as profit as of As a butter fat at ox on ono pound There Is a is It Is to breed ho bo showy from to a ful In tho our Is a dif it uso of butter butter bride Where or ab o V II to an or to grado Bf to of bred sires of tho same breed can bo made to tho average production ot butter fat least pounds per cow which is equivalent to rasa ing tho power of cachoUCi to year Every after the merits of puro bred sires have been fully explained nnd each step proved will hesitate to forsake ways of their ancestors The scrub beet or so called dual purpose bulls are looked upon with too much favor by milk producers They are a delusion and a and their use cannot lead to profitable results Grade bulls ot an approved I The Innuenc of Improved Dairy Blood Upon Profit Average annual cost ot food sad Average annual cost ot food anl profit per cow In herds whore profit per cow In herds when yttematlo grading has been fol systematic grading has been lit lowed several years tie practiced or absent IHo IInl I Cat cf Fool IINo HerdI Ctof Food ProAt 2583 6 3830 2222 17 3672 3827 3119 4886 20 13378 3893 18 3157 4281 23 3288 1491 19 4261 2633 23 3441 2205 2666 33 3232 801 AVgo I 3069 IL 1962 in profit 1642 in cost of food In favor of 1563 TABLE No 39 Cost of One Pound of ButterI Group Cost I 131 Partial or no Grading 166 I 035 than the has duration tho be placed tliu object Illustrate grading graded and nine No 37 the average of butter for graded 280 pounds par cow or It 210 was the 38 slightly oth further No the per not It ing Is may that continued 23 Increase at 100 earning 30 per some tho snare I1 18 79 Fat the breed must not be used even though they look right To use them Is to breed down rather than up Dairy men are too much guided by the Inl tial cost of a sire A bull that Is not Intrinsically worth more than 25 Is ol doubtful value as a breeder While the argument Is commonly advanced that producers cannot afford hlijh priced bulls tho truth Is the cheap onvs are too expensive at any price True ahd False- Brotherhood Sunday School Ltiion for Feb 7 1909 Specially Arranged for ThIs Paper LESSON TEXT Act 432511 Mem ory verses 33 23 GOLDEN TLXT Lying lips are an abomination to the Lord but they that deal truly are till dtllghtJrov 1222 TIMEVs 3233 probably cover a pe rlod of some length The exact date of the Ananias Incident U unknown Be tween A D 30 and 3t- JLACEJerulalem Probably at the usual meeting place of the disclptet Comment and Suggestive Thought V3C Joses One form of Joseph Surnamed Barnabas A Hebrew name derived from bar son and Nabuah prophesying pouring out words as from a fountain tho Impell ing force being tho divine inspiration Tho name seems to havo been conferred upon him by tho general con sent of his friends as a kind of degree or pet name Biblical World Being interpreted from Hebrew Into Greek Tho son of consolation com forting exhortation as In tho n V Neither definition alono is complete it takes both to glvo the meaning of tho original Greek word which is the samo word as that given to tho Holy Spirit by Jesus John 1410 tho Comforter Paraclete from para to the side of and kaloo to call or sum mon for comfort or help as an advo cape counselor comforter What Barnabas filled with tho Holy Spirit did for others was similar nt least In most respects to that which tho Holy Spirit does for us His work was far greater than that Implied by the familiar definition of comforting to soothe to bring tranquil enjoyment lie was like the advocate In Greek and Latin courts a powerful friend in whoso wisdom knowledge Influence and affection tho client had confi dence and who advised aided strengthened and comforted him Bar nabas had a great gift by his words character and personality of comfort ing others by invigorating them inspiring them with n now life strength ening their faith and hope giving them fresh courago Ho was like a fountain of the water of life Comforting from two Latin words means making strong together Noth ing Is worthy ot the name of comfort that is not invigorating Inspiring fill- Ing the soul full of courage and strength Tho Holy Spirit comforted the died plea after tho death of Jesus just as How By making tho frightened men bold as lions by changing them into heroes by giving joy unspeakable when persecuted im prisoned tortured scattered There are two sources ot danger to tho church of Christ Dangers from without Dangers from within The fires of persecution were kIn- dled to consume it But the church was like the three heroes In Nebuchad nezzars furnace tho flames did not harm them and one like the Son of God was with them In tho flames And tho llgi t from them caused men to see In clearer light the true God and tho GospelIt the good news it scattered the seeds ot truth broadcast It led to more prayer a stronger faith a firmer coruago more generous giv- Ing more fervent preaching it proved that tho piety of tho church was no temporary excitement but a steady burning and shining light We now come to a more dangerous attack from evil within her ranks Fire cannot consume nor waters drown the church There Is no way to destroy It but by enemies within The engine is powerless If the fires fall The light goes out when tho electric current ceases to flow We aro to study this attack learn its lessons for today and see bow God overruled even this by victory over evil for the advancement of tho gospel V 5 Ananias fell down and lave up the ghost Literally breathed out his life his soul In whatever way It came by tho shock jf I bo discovery of his sin or by a dl rect stroke from God It was Gods act and In no sense the act of Peter and tho ifpostles Very probably they wero aa much astonished as anyone Had Peter fouo this act he would havo been a murderer subject to tho law of tho Innd But he had no hand In It whatever Why such severity of punishment 1 It was deserved It was justice Ex act justice Is commonly more merci ful In the long run than pity 2 It was necessary in order to save tho church front destruction from within 3 It Was necessary to counteract the effect of his conduct upon tho world It would tend to mako men believe that there was nothing in religion that there was no such thing as converslan and true pity There fore it was needful that the deed and Its spirit should bo publicly repu dialed In tho most remarkablo man- lIer as contrary to the whole teaching and spiit of tcllglon 4 Thus It vns an act of mercy not of hatred or levenge A few counterfeit Christians do not prove that tho gospel is a failure or tho church unttBrthx A few lend trees In the fotcst or dried stalks In tho fields do not prove that spring is a failure or that the sun does not Impart real life Wo must be careful not to measure a man or a society by Its Imperfections alone The punishment of sin is an abso lute necessity Those sins alwfljrt nourish whlcfi can be practiced with Impunity and nre tightly tppnrded RUTH BRYAN ASKS DIVORCE SHE ALLEGES NONSUPPORT AGAINST HER HUSBAND Commoners Daughter Begins Action for n Legal Separation from William H Leavitt Lincoln Neb Jan JSult for divorce from her husband William H Leavitt was med hero yesterday by Ruth Bryan Leavitt daughter of William J Bryan Her counsel at once withdrew the petition- T S Allen beother in law of Mr Bryan Is tho attorney for the plain tiff Lcuvllt Is now In Paris The reason given in the petition Is alleged nonsupport To minimize publicity the attorney exercised a common privilege of taking back Into his possession the documents In the case The suit Is not withdrawn Lcavltl who Is a prominent Ameri can portrait artist met Miss Ruth ftJJQ7sZ1RYAA1ZEAmz Dryan for the first time In 1902 when he went to Falrvlow the Bryan farm to paint Mr Bryans portrait The two fell In love and In the face of firm opposition from Mr and Mrs Bryan they were married Mrs Bryan refuted to attend the ceremony but Mr liryan gave away the bride with what good will ho could muster The date cf the marriage was October 3 1903 The two soon quarreled Leavitt an improvident Bohemian was unable to support his wife and they lived In Denver for a time in absolute want Two babies wore born and Leavltt raisins little money decided to go to Kurope to study Bryttiwentand oar children actually lacking food and brought her back to his home ROOTS LAST WEEK IN CABINET Robert Bacon Will Succeed Him as Secretary of State- WashingtonSocretary Root fol lowing his election as senator from New York by the legislature of that state Wednesday hopes to be ablo to attend to some pressing matters in the state department and retire by the end of the week After he gives up his work in Washington ho will go to Hot Springs Ark for rest but ex pects to return to Washington In time for the Inauguration Upon the secre tarys relinquishment of his once it has been announced semi omclally Robert Bacon now assistant secretary will be named for secretary of state and ha in turn will be succeeded as as sistant secretary by John C OLaugh lin of this city Tragedy at Galva III Oalva I1L Alvln Bollne aged 26 of Ottawalll after an Ineffectual attempt to effect a reconciliation with his wife Oblna from whom ho had been parted for some time entered the home of his motherin law Mrs John Swanson where big wife resided hero Thursday night shot his wife through the shoul der fatally injured Mrs Swanson and then shot himself dying Instantly The wife will live- Comer Awarded One Cent Birmingham AlaAAfter a trial last Ing one week the jury In the case of Gov B B Comer against tho Mont gomery Advertiser In tho city court hero Wednesday afternoon awarded damages of ono cent for the libel The governor demanded 25000 dam ages for an advertisement printed dur ing 1904 when ho was candidate for railroad commissioner Four Men Blown to Places Newark N JFour men were killed and ten others Injured one fatally Wednesday when several tons of dynamite In one of the buildings of the Korclte Powder works at Lake Hopatcong blew up Tho detonation of the huge mass of explosives shook the country for miles around and blew the building containing It to atoms Dlologlcal Station for Iowa Muscatlne laUnlted States Com missioner of Fisheries George M Bow era of Washington Friday decided to establish u biological station for tho propagation of clams and fish eight miles above Muscatloe Wheeler Wont Come to Michigan Berkeley Cal President Benjamin Ido Wheeler of tho University of Cal ifornia announced Friday that he would not accept tho Invitation to be come to the head of the Unierslty ol lehICI1I 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Some lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common broaches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who havo largely finished common branches Tho most practical and interesting studies to fit a young poram for an honorable and useful lfe CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra foes ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gw man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educaUonal standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to Sth grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Volco Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any coursoSmall extra fees r Expenses Regulations Opening Days heron College Is not a moneymaking Institution AU tho money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays In This great deficit is mado up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people Our students como from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge All except thoso with parents in Berea live in Collego buildings and t assist in work of boarding hall form and shops receiving valuable train- Ing and getUng pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from CO cents to ono dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc Tary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our cllmato Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather yrann wrap and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Cooper tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES arc really below cost The College asks nfcJJ at for tho fine buildings in which students live charging only rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bcv iand towels For table board without coffee or extras L35 a wee n the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee toe ftreturn of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services Ol teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools GOO In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by the half term Installments are as follows WINTER 12 weeks 2900ln ono payment 52850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250In one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle ofrterm G75 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leavo for farm work SS40 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teacher examinations 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance is made for any fraction ot a week i On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unet plred fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental Fee when one leaves before tho middle of tho term certificate la given allowing a student to apply onehalf tho tee for tern bllla when ho returns provided it is within four terms IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are well started In school It pays to stay as long as possible The first day of Winter term is January 6 1909 The first day of Spring term Is March 25th 1909 For Information or friendly advice write to the 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Laura B Isaacs Jackson Isaacs Martha Station Camp Estill Isaacs Rout W Buck Creek Owsley Johnson Harvey J Rcckhold Whitley Johnson Maud Lee Berea Judd Oscar J Levi Owsley Co Kelley Lillian F Panola Madison Co Kennon John F Vaurjins Mill Powell Kincaid Ophelia St Helens Lee Co Knuckees Elthanon Rockhold Whitley Lake Dlnskle fierce Landrum Mattle Stevenson Brealhltt Longford William Snell Pulaskl Co Lawson Alberl Mulls Whllley Co Ledford Coven T Pine Ridge Wolfo Long Josenh Walllris Creek Harlan Louthen Ella Sdallo Tenn Lovelace Fret Sllllwaler Wolfe Co Malnous Fannie R Levi Owsley Co Martin B nton Hull Tenn May Elizabeth Llcksburg Magoffln Co Mays George Weaver Laurel Co Mayfleld Henna F Acprn Pulaski Co TVfrHure H rrv Bcrco McCowan Maggie Peoples Jackson McKenzie Walter Clarence Pulnskt Co McGulnn John Comnton Wolfe Co Meeee Leonard E Hall Pulnskl Co Morgan Grant Hydn Leslie Co Mortmn James F Sawyer Whitley Morran Mack Snalney Garrard Co Moore Silas Blake Owslev Co Mulllns Ma J Withers 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Wilson Gllherl Paint Lick Gnrrnrd Wilson John M Endpo Owslpv Co Witt CarlO Wilt Springs Estlll MODEL SCHOOLS EIGHTH GRADESENIOR- Prof T A Edwards Mr F F Dlz nay and Mr W S Sackelt teachers Ahner Wm Flncaslle Lee Co Adams Ella WIdle RockcnsMe Co Adams Leln M Junction City Boyle Allen Chas Boyd Bcrea Ambrose Effie Kate Berea Anderson Rachel E Tyner Jackson Bach Arthur Stevenson Breathitt Bachman Elmer Berlin Germany Baker Lu Stella Paint Lick Garrard Brewer Lyda F Cartersvllle Garrard Burns Louisa Onedla Clay Co Brewer Mary M Augusta Bracken Burton Lemon Hunt Clarke Co Butlerworlh Lvman L Leighton Lee Cable Beatrice Flncaslle Lee Co CaldwelL Andrew J Union City Mad Caldwell Ray Union City Madison Co Carpenter Virginia 0 Speedwell Mad Clark Carl H Major Owsley Co Clark Joseph Vaughns Mills Powell Clark Leila Marian Berea Combs Harlan Brlnkley Knott Conglcton Conley Leighton Leo Co Creech Robert Larue Clay Co Davis WInifred Vaughns Mills Pow Dean Martha Clover Bottom Jackson OhioEastEast Rufus E Mill Springs Wayne CoFlaneryElanery Elmor Major Owsley Co OwsleyFlynn ClarkGilbertVaGriffithGuinn Susie n Conway Rockcnsllp Havps Webb C Leighton Toe Co nllI1Itflicks Samuel Elmville Franklin Co RllltlllTonellTone James nerEa CoKlnraler CoMantousfoo4Jnr TI Nelson pPren MalrofflnMcGuire CoMhofllrRockeastleng COwenCo CoParrishJacksonPorttrRobinson Hnllle Frances Berea Russell Jackson Crystal Lee Co CoShoekllCoSlusherSmith Bessie Wallnceton Madison Co MadSmithSowder Joseph Paint Lick Onrrnrd LetcherStevensStows Mnrv Lee Berea Swlshpr OPO A Flvp Mllp W Va Tate James H Annnlachla W Va flrenthlttTlntnnrwld ITerNrt Berpa Tutt Ttolll T Oo n vvlllp Wolfe Co Twvman Sidney B Winchester Clarke Wallace Elizabeth Paint Lick Garrd Ward Lewis Plnevllle Bell Co Webb Achilles Duluth Madison Co White J G Burning Snrln s Clay Co Whitt Ore Caney Morgan Co Wild Elizabeth Clover Bottom Jackson Wllnon Hattie M Sturircon Owsley Wlnans Shapper James Xenla Ohio Winkler Myrtle Fox Estlll Co Wood Henry A Conway Rockcastle EIGHTH GRADEJUNIOR Miss Laura Orr teacher Bowman Maude 0 Elk Park N C ConclPton Ernest Leighton Lee Co DUney William Loomnn Borea Edwards Paul fierce Faulkner George Richard Berea Flanery Roy Frank Leighton Lee Frost Edith Elizabeth Berea Gabbard John fierce Haves Herbert Harold Berea Holldlay Rov William fierce Holllday Leroy Berea Jackson Barbara Nettle fierce Kneeland Helen L Harvey 111 Lewis William II Est Harlan Co Marcum Carrie Millers Creek Estill Moore Lizzie Elizabeth Berea Rpvnolds Beater Livingston Rock Scott Void Ina Berea Smith Laura B Berea Stowe Robert Peters Berea Tatum Edwin Berea Wood Jackson Wlldle Rock castle SEVENTH GRADESENIOR Mr Walker Miss Norton and Miss Ollie Parker teachers Abney Robert T Dlspulanta Rock Adams James Torrent Wolfe Co Adams Porter Turren Wolfe Co Allen Creasy Mav Lee City Wolfe Allen Ernest O Ruckervllle Clarke Co Allen Freeland Lee City Wolfe Co Allen Jas R Ruckervtlle Clarke Co Anderson Jack C Guslon Meade Co Anrlln Taylor Climax Rockcastle Arnett Myrtle Duluth Madison Co AzbllL Lucy Betas Bailey Den H Campion Wolfe Co Baker John 0 Livingston Rockcastle Balden Henry M McAffee Mercer Baker Ira J Ycrkes Perry Co Barber Nina NIcholasvllle Jessamine Barnes Charley Furnace Estlll Co Berry Leo It Conway Rockcastle Blakeman Walden Buena Vista Garrd Brewer Edgar P Island City Owsloy Brookshlre J R HuckcrsviHe Clarko Brown Lou Margaret Campion Wolfe Drown Opple Stanford Lincoln Co Buchanan Wallace A Spear N C Carmack Verna S Burning Spts Clay Clark Carl B Dory Clay Co Collier Robortlt Eolla Letcher Co Combs Leone Brlnkley Knott Co Combs Leonard Berea Creech BenJ Jr Dlznoy Harlan Co Creech Charles Poo Earnestvllle Owiley Creech Olllo E Larue Clay Co Culbertson Corrlll P Snowflake Va Culbertson II W Snowflake Va Culbertson J R Central City Muhbrg Dalton Jobn T Atlanta Laurel Co Daugherly James M fierce Davidson Ellet Chavles Perry Co Davidson Henry L Cooksburg Rock Davis Quinn C Waco Madison Co Davis fleece West Liberty Morgan Duff Zachary T Chavles Perry Co Eastlmm John 0 Velber Pulaski Co Ely Dora Belle Hugh Jackson Co Eversole hello E Boonovllle Owsloy Eversole Marian Tlnslcy Glenn Perry Forsythe Elizabeth Johnotta Hock French Lillian Dreyfus Madison Frye Ulysses O Island City Owsloy Gabbard Blaine Eh Conkllng Owsley Gouge Nettle cranberry N C Hacker Frank Hector Clay Con rens Millie S Stevenson Brealhlll Henry Donald West Liberty Morgan Hays Alza Wlldle Rockcastlo Co Hembrpo George Nelson Lay Knox Howard F II Walllns Creek Harlan Howard Nellie O Crab Orchard Lin Herrln Bernie B Quail Rockcastle Johnson Julian fierce Jones Mnmla B Wild Ie RockcnstlP Jones Nannle n Wlldlp Rockcasllo Jones William Barnard Berea Kldwell Albert H Wlsemantown Fat Lnlnhart Burley Berpa Lewis James C Wnrbrnnch Leslie Txicsdon Juno Jinks Estlll Co Long Samuel Rushton Madison Co Matthews Roy Shannon Smith W Va McCowan Calvin Templar Laurel Co McFerron Frederick A Pine Hill Rock Mlnlnrd Tllllo Napier Leslie Co Mlnnlch Roc Ix pl Lincoln Co W Va Moore Georce Berpa Mulllns Cecil E Wlldlp RockcMlle Nelson Hnnsford Templar lAurel Norvcll Bertie Bobtown Mndlson Co Oshorne Berry Layman Hnrlan Co Parker Fred L Elmvlllp Franklin Payne Vergls Disputants Rockcnstle Pcnnlnirton Albert Binds Leslie Co Perry William H Snowflake Va Pfennlger Llmlce Casey County Ponder Benlnmln J Oaulev Rock Powell Charles Kingston Madison Co Powell William J Kingston Madison Ouinlnn Ernest Weaver Laurel Co Oulspnberrv Josh Bloomtnrdalo Clarke Rnrlond Joe Q Ruckervllle Clarke lloherts Vp tn Blake Owsley Co Robinson Mnrv EllzAbfOlh Peren Robinson Leonard Foster Berea Russell Jackson J Stralrhl Creek Bell Simb Ambrosip Erllnp Clnr Co Scrlvner Walter J Millers Creek Estlll qhfrl Braxtnn fierce Smith Alex Sprint Creek Clay Co Smith Merrill H Whites Station Mad Smith Rnv M Snencpr Montgomery Jnpncer Tula M Winchester Clarke TA WMnon Turkey Brenlhltt Co Turner Mlnla J Conway Rockcnutlp Warner Bnl H Plmcop Lee Co txhb Wllxm Duth MnUsnn Co Welch Walter Irvine EMI1I Cot nich Nom Beren Wilder Henry E HnrrodMitire Mercer Wilson Eye Preftchersvlllp Lincoln Wilson Ibblp pturgpon Owsley Co Wooton James HyMn Leslie Co Wyatt Bert Tuttle laurel Co SEVENTH GRADEJUNIOR lies Latin Orr teacher Br dv Fred D Boston Ohio Ballard Fnlrv Valley View Ma ll on ni Vnpll Ruth Vernn Beren nowpr Marie Anna fierce Ooolev Llzzln E Boonevllle Owslpy E rlv Edna May Berea Hudson Mildred fierce Holdlay Susie Anno fierce Jones John Rllev flares Kirby Reuben Beren Minter Arthur I Bromo Rockrnstle McClure Carl Berea Muncy Rebecca fierce Mvers Bufonl O Greenup Greenup Oct Lucy D Hugh Jackson Co Parsons Harold Ashury Madison Co Preston Wm Mlllard fierce Smith Lillian Bcrea Thomson Luclllo B Pactolus Carter Turner Arthur L Inlne Estlll Co Wilson Ada Conkllng Owslpy Co Wilson Edgar Conkllng Owaley Co Wyatt Note Lee fierce Wyatt Oscar C Wnllacplon Madison Wyatt Walter fierce SIXTH GRADESENIOR Mlsn Ellen Raymond tencher Adams Jas W Whites Station Mad Allen LsllP Withers Rockcostlft Co Allen John Browns Berea Ambrose Dalnhla Ruth B rfa Ambrose Luther Martin fierce Baker Arch Flat Lick Knox Co Baker Robert R Hush Jackson Co Barber Hallle Dean Berea Beck Myrtle B Zenobla Clinton Co Bflglov Merlda U Shoal Leslie Co Behvmr Georgia E Conkllni Owsloy Blair Martha Mandrake Letcher Co Brown Lawrence Casey Co Bullen Jesse JaB Rockford Rockcastle Creech James I Larue Clay Co Chasteen William 0 Dlsputnnta Rock Cook Carney Elk Park N C Cox James S Compton Wolfe Co Dalton James P Atlanta Laurel Co Davis Luvenla White Hall Madison finale Chester Kenl er fierce Evans George M Brassfleld Madison Fowler Hiram Wngersvllle Estill French Albert Berea French Etta Dreyfus Mdalson ClayGrayHendrlcks Lola Bores Hosklns Boone Hyden Lcslln Co Howard Joshua E Lock Bell Co Hunter Hinton Godard Fleming Co Hunter Ralph Chas Godard Fleming Isaacs G E Mlddleton Ohio Kurtz Then P Bnlvlra Mercer Lcfevers Vlrgle Brodhead Rock castle Location Elden Panola Estill Co Ivle Jno S Furnacn Estlll Co Margraves Margin Endee Owsley Co Oaks Sanna W Elk Park N C Ocg Robert A Dlsnutnnta Owens B son B Montecello Wayne P Ella N Island City Owiley Pitman Simeon Big Hill Madison Puckpl Benjamin Dreyfus Madison Robinson Louise E CnrtersvlllP Oiirrrt Samples Walter R Millers Creek Esllll Scrlvner Nettle P Wagersvllle Estlll Smith Branllev Heeler Clnv Co Stacy Vernon E Irvine Estlll Co Stewart Mnry Foo Silver Creek Mad Westberfr Grace Emily Berea Wilson Katie O Sturgeon Owsley Co SIXTH GRADEJUNIOR Miss Adelaide nell teacher Ahnev Reuben Jr Allen Campbell Berea Baker Margaret fierce Ttnwtnr nII1Ah McWhnrler Laurel Bowling Guv Leon Berea Bowman Oeo 0 Elk Park N C Bowman Helen 0 Elk Park N C Carpenter Ora Berea Combs Nellie Beren Dean Verne Clover Bottom Jackson Fads Edgar Berea Edwards Thomas Jr Berea Faulkner Bruce fierce Farmer Oscar fierce Gentry Esther Island City Owsley Co Golden Alice Fern fierce Guinn Mary fierce Herndon Bettle v BtmH- prndoo John Bsrssh lull Pearl Russel Uerea Holiday Ira Jesse Berea Isaacs Leonard Berea Linville Edith Ann Berea MoWhorter Stella fierce Miller Alice Moore Edith Bedhead Rockcastlo Co O Hazel Berea Ponder Jno fierce Porter Ivan Berca Preston Grace fierce Qulnlace Ella M Weaver Laurel Co Smith Anna May Berea Welch Maud Berca FIFTH GRADESENIOR Miss Nellie Adams and Miss Kato Coddington teachers Aldrldgo Go E Irvine Estlll Co Anderson Pearl Paint Lick Garrard Andes Lucy Andes Laurel Co Anglln Henry Climax Rockcastlo Co Anelln William Livingston Rock Barnett Margaret Barbara fierce lIehvmer Malt Conkllng Owsley Co Bralchcr Gertrude Bcroa Drown General 1C Gosneyvllle Wolfe Cates Myrtle Klrksvllle Madison Co Chasteen Melissa Frances Berca Chrlsmnn Conrad Berea Clark Lester D Diapulanla Rock Evans William Silver Creek Madison Gouffor Henry Knoxvllle Tent Heniley Hczoklah Dear Creek Clay Hobbs Ora Flncastle Leo Co Lewis Mabel Berca Malnous Terry D Levi Owaley Co Metcalf David Waco Madison Co Malnous James Conkllng Owsley Co Metcalf David B Waco Madison Co Martin Casper Rockford Rockcastlo McGuIre Arthur Kerby Knob Jackson McKinney Shelton Bonny Morgan Co McMullcns Jno H Wabd Rockcaslle Morris Luther H Withers Ronkcastle Nicely Walter a Hansford Rockcaslle Pace John D Brutus Clay Co Pardlnas Frank J Mayan Cuba Powell Albert Kerby Knob Jackson Roberts James A Hpnslpy Clav Co Robinson Sammie Carter Gnrrd Samples Robert J Millers Creek nsllll Shearer Burton R Dlsnutnnta Rock Smith Charles Linns Clay Co Snarks Marlon Hueh Jackson Co Stevens Charles Florln PuinnVI To Tln on Lucas S Irvine Estlll Co Turner Amanita R Conway yt1crAtll Tutt James B OonnervlllP Wolfe Co TVP W itpr Wm Wllllamslnir Whit Wells Noah West Llborlv Morenn Wilson Doxlp PrfnchprsvlllP Lincoln FIFTH GRADEJUNIOR Miss Adftndp Bell teacher rtnV r Sarah fierce nurber Emil Dreaflange Simeon fierce Bowling Grover Cleveland Ber a- nvls Winnie R rpn Dooley Man Withers Rockcastle- Elkln Paul Smith fierce Gentry Tenth C Island City Owsley henry Leonard O W Liberty Morgan Howard George Broa Jones Sarah Berca- LpwlK Fred Rrpa Martin Fffl Doublellck Jackson Co Marlin Nnomln Donhlfllpk Jnck on Co Mlllpr DonlP Lee City Wolfe Co Miller Frederick fierce Vlcclv Mah 1 fierce n vnolds Ruth fierce qrhnlr Rfb rcn fierce Sterns Wm V KIgln Pulnskl Co Stowp Alice fierce Sfnwp urge fierce wiu ford Art Pr fihPrsvlllp Lincoln Williams Carrie B rpa Wilson Nunnle G Sturgeon Owsjpy Co XVMunn Vpra Margaret fierce Wilson 7neharlih SturcPon Ownlfy Co Wvjitt Chas KMon RerPn Wynlt ttlysups Simpson fierce FOURTH ORADRSFNIOR Mliw NflllP Adams teacher tnl i ids Andes Laurel Co n wv Tn Tr 1 Nil noeka I Cn- Bnrber N oma Nhol s lp JpMnmlnP DVprp nnimrl Paint Llak Oarrnrd Gnt bard Una Brprfadey Auslon fierce Kelly Samtifl Davis BiaTxirndon Znber Brpa Mlnlnrd Peter C Hrdpn Leslie Co Rovers Calvin poInt Leaveil OarrBrd Ulllloms Henry I Champagne 111 Wllltmns Tames G Onlvpston TxYoung Wlltlnm Bia FOURTH GRADEJUNIOR Miss Leona Evans teacher Anderson Wetter Tvner Jackson Baker Wllll H fierce Bleknpll Helen fierce Bnrlp Noel R Paint Lick Gnrrard Co Bowman Susan 0 Elk Park N C Brannnmnn Alta Red Lick Metralf Brewer Geo M Cartersvtlle Garrard Brock Ohm Hvdpn Leslie Co Clark Wm McKinley fierce Dnucherly Russell Whites Station Mad Davis Ruth fierce Demmon Willard Berea Dlzney Grace Betas Edwards Carol Berea Hollldnv Sarah Owiley Co Isaacs Elbert J fierce Klnnard Ida M Hnrrlsonvllle Mo Kinnard Jesse J Harrlsonvllle Mo Marsh Miles Eugene Jr fierce McGuire Let Berea- Ogr Dopple Berea Robertson Chester Salem Ore VanWInkle Elizabeth fierce Wilson Obal E fierce Wilson Ruth Malcolm Clay Co Wooton Russell Leslie Co THIRD GRADE Miss Leona Evans teacher flowers Ortla Elk Park N C Blazer Burl Scaffold Cane Madison Bowers Jessie Elk Park N C Bowers Orlla Elk Park N C Costeel Pearl Laurel Co Cook Milton Calvin Beren Dalton Lola I Richmond Madison Co Dooley George E Withers Rockcastle Early Carol Berea Hosklns Lizzie Berea nook John Mason Co Lewis Leon Clyde Berea Matter John T Bromo Rockcastle Maine Forrester fierce Reynolds Charles Livingston Rock Thomson Charles Berea- WlllUms Harley Cornelius Bcrea Williams Geo L fierce William Lucy II Brackcn Wyatt Helen E Wallaceton Madison Young Pearl Red Lick Metcalf Co SECOND GRADE Miss Harriet Eyler teacher Bowman tale O Elk Park N C McClnren Helen Elizabeth Berca Blazer A line It Scaffold Cane Mad Combs Henrv fierce Cook Preston II Scaffold Cane Mad Golden Anita fierce Guinn Bert H Scaffold Cane Mad Porter Frances Adeline fierce tRine Robert Berea Snlnk tarry fierce Stow Edgar Kelly Beren VanWInkle James Orln Berca Wyatt Herbert Howes fierce FIRST GRADE Miss Harriet Eyler teacher Allen John Anderson Bereft Ambrose Earl E Scaffold Cane Mad Rowers Francis Marian fierce Brock Viola F Mlddletboro Bell Co Dager Mildred Kimerun Mission Afrlo Feltner Claude fierce Feltner Oscar fierce Herndon Christopher Berca Hilton Hazel Tenn Prather Carrie Tevla Berea Spunk Joe Borea UNGRADED Muse Emma Haagen teacher Couch Addle Lynch Jackson Co Hopkins Elijah Brodhead Rockcastlo King John Taft Owaley Co McSwaln Jennie Berea McSwaln John Berea Skinner Archie N Buena Vista Garrd Wade Otoren n Winchester Clarke Holllday Martha Alice Berea Williams Robert C Berea Wilson Mamie fierce Wyatt Daniel Berea THE MARKET Bsrea Prices Potatoes Irish per bu 120 Cabbage 3tfc pot lb Apples 40 and GOo per pock Eggs per dos 20c Butter per lb 20c lb 12V415c I Bacon per Ham per lb ICc i Lard per lb 12o Chicken on foot per lb Be 1 liens on toot per lb 8c Feathers lb 40c I Oats 60ejCorn 70c- Wheat per bu 100 TIC No 1 L N SMixGxS 45c- culls 20c Live Stock Louisville Jan 26 190- 9CATTLEShipping steers 4 25 C 60 IJoef steers 8 75 4 75 Fat heifers and cows 2 75 4 25 Cutters 176 2 75 Canners 75 175 Dulls 1 75 3 25 Feeders 2 7C 4 25 4CommonCALVES Dost 6 50 7 25 Medium 400 GOO Common 9 CO 400 HOGS 160 Ibs and up C CC 130 to 160 Ibs 6 76 Pigs 450 600 Roughs C 75 down SHEEP Best lambs 500 GOO Culls 300 5 00 Fat sheep 4 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tap Mi Sabel Sons 2MeHirlntSI LOUISVILLE KY NotuThero for tho theEgyptian conductedby I Oeo8OeoeeeoeoeoeoeOeOv40eOeOeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe e- o 0 Berea and Vicinity i Ig ee GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o e- o 0 eoooeooo o eo a oeoeoe o o oo o oo OSO oooo DR BEST I DENTIST ICITY 1IIONR 1111IOFFICE OVER POST OFFICE LOCAL TIME TABLE L N Northbound It30 p m 401 a m Southbound 1114 a m 1220 a m- LOSTA lino Waterman fountain pen was lost last weok Finder pleaao return to the Citizen otaco- WANTEDCorn at the ColJege BarnsMiss Sophia Wilson whose homo Is at Station Camp Ky was here this week visiting wth friends Y Mr W J Tatum has bought out S B Combs stock ot goods and will continue business In tho same place Prof and Mrs C D Lewis aro re joking over tho arrival of a little daughter at their home last Friday Mr James Reynolds of Newman IlL was hero on business last week AMr John Creech was In Lexington t last week taking a Civil service ox j amination Miss Lucy Hayes of Big Hill has been the guest of Mr and Mrs J 0 Harrison for a few days Mr Arch Brandenburg was here from London Ky a few days last weekMr Joe Bender after visiting hero for a short time left Tuesday for his home at New Milford Ohio DOLLAR REWARDFor the return to Citizen office of a gold bracelet marked M B Lost on Chestnut streetMr Will Cllmer of Jellico Tenn was here last week for a visit with friendsMrs C M Rawllngs of Ianola Ky was in town Tuesday The Prlscllla club met with MM Splnk last Friday afternoon After the roll call the responses to which were from Homer the following do I lightful papery wore read Venice 1byMrs Bower Rome by Mrs Cod I Athens by Mrs Cornelius j and Constantinople by Mrs Liven good Tho cub then adjourned for aver pleasant social hour W H Bowers spent Sunday with homo folks at Parkersrille Ky Andrew Isaacs and Harry Kinnard were made Knights Templar in Rich mond last week Mr Kinnard went on from there to Omaha to resume work as a traveling man Dr and Mrs Davis were in Cincin nati last week on a business trip COllegeDmaW N Hughes ot Oreenhall who has been In town for a couple of weeks has returned to his home While hero ho again took title to the skating rink whero ho formerly had a livery stable Ho has not decided what to do with tho property J K Baker the tie man was in town a few days last week Mr Goo A Carter of Cartorsvlllo was In town on business Monday and a welcome caller at this office Embreo writes The Citizen jltoward ho Is at 63 Mornlngsldo Avo Now York and expects to bo there most of tho winter Miss Leila Barber has been quite ill the past week but Is slightly Im proved at present R W Doulwaro now of Now Mexi co 4s back hero on business connect ed with the disposal of tho personal property of his father who died some tlmo ago Ho reports Doctor Brady as being in good health and weighing over 200 pounds Walter Robe a former Berea student is teaching manual training In the city schools of Portsmouth O C L Hanson Is putting up a resi dence on his lot in west Chestnut st FOR SALE OR RENT Near Berea a farm of 6S acres partly under cultivation some timber good house garden orchard and ever running sprintr Here Is a chance to live at homo and send your children to school Have finished my school ing and am planning to fro west Come or write and get a bargain Horace Caldwell Berea Ky I It FOR RENTIHouse on Richmond street next to Baptist church 8 large rooms two halls good barn for particulars call Mrs Laura Jones Corner Chestnut and Parkway Berea Ky Anyone having horses mules or stock of any kind will leave a des cription with tho Citizen I will have I It advertised and sell It at the corner of Center and Main streets llcrca Ky on Saturday Fob 28th 09 W P Prowltt Where the Shoe Pinched If they dont quit making that child cry sinned tho flat dweller as his sobs echoed pitifully through the court I am going to apply to the board of health and have It topped Theres a limit to everything Why the board of health t staked her friendC I should think you would the Society for the Prevention of I Iethinkingsobbing Is getting on my nerves 10I that I cant sleep Cautious Answer The caution of the Abcrdonlan in giving an answer to a direct question was well Illustrated the other day when one was asked Was not your fathers death very sudden Slowly drawing one hand from his pocket and pulling down his beard the interrogated one cautiously replied Aye It was unco sudden for him I uecr kent o ina feyther beln In a b- etoreStray StorleLI No Matter About Him Mr Lendout Yes sir that horse Is a beauty Youll have to hold him In Our terms arepay In advance when you hire lion Flretmount Haw aro you fraldhawI shall come back without hlmhawt No sir But he might come back without youiStray StoriesION THE GROUND OF ECONOMY Acceptance of Physicians Offer WILssser of Two Evils A Chicago medico tells of two physi clans In a Wisconsin town the one elderly with a long record of cures the other young with his record ItllII to make Tho older doctor It appears was Inclined to surrender some of his night work to the younger man One bitter night In winter the veteran was aroused by two farmers from a hamlet eight miles away the wife of ono of whom was seriously III TheI doctor at once referred them to his young colleague but they refused the latters services Very well replied the doctor thinking to put a convinc- Ing argument before them In that case my fee is ten dollars payable now Whereupon there ensued aIremonstrance on the part of the farmers i but the doctor was obdurate I Finally ono of the men asked the other Well what do you think I ought to dot I think youd bettor pay him the ten dollars said the other The funeral would cost you more Harpers Weekly I Untouched Morocco Open your atlas at the map of Af rica and there set like a pearl on the northwest shoulder of the continent you will see a country called Morocco It almost touches Europe at the nar rawest part there Is but nine mites of i strait betweqn It and Spain so you might think tho Moors had become quite civilized In tho course of agoeI through having such cultivated bore so near It is not so however And strange to say tho more they see of western progress tho more they despise It It is a big country this Morocco and explorers have left it alone for tho natives detest Christians fearing lest they want to take away from them their lovely land where It is always summer and where the soil It just scratched with aI crooked stick responds with a teem lag harvest Stockings of Human Hair Stockings mado from luuijan hair aro worn by Chinese fishermen as tho best preventive of wet feet They are drawn over ordinary cotton stockings being too rough for putting near the IklnImust study hard at school and remember that when you grow up you can become vicepresident without halt trying Illustrated Sunday Maga tine Truth Kept Busy Truth crushed to earth will rise again says the Philosopher of Folly but It seems a pity that she has to spend her whole time In a continuous performance of resurrections Canada Larger Than United State The total area of the United State Is 3002340 square miles of Canada 1303320 square miles I UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to eat fancyITHE CLEAN STORE IlReIrathetSuccessor to Gotten Grocers Company Ipbonc 184 main Street Opposite ItUse nx Office eDeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeule Collegeo o e e o as HERE AND THERE e- o 0- oeo oooe08oeooooeoo Several of the executive force have been away during the last week on the Adjustment Fund campaign T J Osborne was in Richmond Saturday Monday and Tuesday Burlelgh E Cartmell is in Winchester and Mr Gamble has been at Versailles and Lexington Pros Frost has been back and forth between here and Lexington and Louisville The Model School teachers called Monday night on all the boys in their respective classes Cam J Lewis of Harlon was in town from Friday to Monday Hole very hopeful about his candidacy- for County Superintendent- A faculty prayermeeting was held In place of tho usual business meet Monday night Dr William E Barton arrived Tuosday night from Chicago to lead tho Day of Prayer exercises today The lyceum lecture Saturday night by Prof Pearson of Swarthmoro was antorItalnmonts cussion of the place of the negro in literature was deeply Interesting and the selections with which he illustrated it were well chosen illuminating and excellently rendered NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from pint Poge former church transferred to the latter ESCAPES AT LAST After a fight for eighteen months during which bo has been five times sentenced to bo hanged for the murder ot Mary Vzral Herman Bllllk has at last escaped tho gallows Oov Deneen has commuted the sentence to lite Imprisonment On four times before the governor has granted reprieves this commutation of the sentence is expected to finish the case WINS 201ST GIRL There is nothing like sticking to Itl W J Hunter an old farmer of Georgia was finally acceoptod by the 201st girl he proposed to after being rejected by tho other 200 He was married right quick ORDINANCE To prohibit okatlng on toe side walks To be voted on at tho next meeting of the Board of Trustees Feb 9th 1909 Be It ordained by the Board ot Trustees of tho Tqwn of Boren Ky That it shall bo unlawful for any person to skate on the sidewalks In the Town of Berea Ky with roller or Ice skates Any person violating this ordinance shall be fined in the sum not to exceed Ten Dollars 10 for each offenco- i J W Stephens Chairman C F Hanson Clerk NEXT LECTURE COURSE The coming lecture course Is to be very fine and attractive it will consist of four numbers one more than in the Fall Termtwo of which will be muslclal and two lectures Tho first will be a lecture recital by Mr Paul M Pearson Professor of public speaking Swathmore college and editor of Talent Mr Pearson Is a reader with rare faculty for Interpreting authors and gives an en tertainment with humorous and in structive His selections are taken from such writers as Riley Dunbar Harris Field Poet Lowell Kipling Tennyson and favorite hymns The fact that he has appeared nine times at Chautauqua New York the most critical audiences in America is proof of his worth and ability The number by far the most ex pensive for the lecture committee Is the Schlldkret Hungarian Orchestra The company consists of eight young Hungarians every one oi whom Is pronounced an artist Mr Schlld kret was summoned to the White House to play at the wedding of Miss Alice Roosevelt A lover of music will not miss this treat no one else can afford to The date has been put on a holiday so that every body can attend The third number will be given by the four muslclal artists of well estab lished reputation The pianist and violinists have received highest praises both vocalists are strongly recom mendedThe closing number will be given by Col Bain a universal favorite on the American lecture platform ana tive Kentuckian an eloquent apostle of temperance who will receive a warm welcome at Berea not only because of his charming personality but for sake of the cause which he so ably advocates The lecture committee are deeply grateful to the public and students for liberal support last term and con fidently trust for a continuance A much more expensive course if of fered for loss money Course tickets good for the four numbers are of fered for tho low price of sixtyfive centsDates and prices are as follows Date Attraction Sing Ad Jan 23 Prof Pearson 30c Feb 22 Orchestra GOc Mar 27 Four Artists DOc Spring Term Col Bain 30c Course tickets 65 cents Children under fifteen half price Family tickets including parents and children under twentyone 20 per cent discount- In behalf of the committee George Norton Ellis chairman Pt 0 OPEN SUNDAYS For better accommodation of the public tho office will be open on Sun days from 830 to 930 a m and from 200 to 300 p m The opening and closing at these hours will be strictly observed and if you wish to get your mall you must call at the above time named as there will be no going in after these hours Yours respectfully E L Robinson Postmaster Do Your Spring Sewing NOW 1 I Have Just Received a Full Stock of Spring Ginghams Embroideries And Other Spring Goods Come and see the Advanced Styles MRS S R BAKER Richmond Street Berea Kentucky f IN WASHINGTON Continued from Grit pagt WORRIED OVER JAPAN The situation In regard to Japan is much discussed In Washington Presi dent Roosevelts telegram asking the California legislature not to pass laws preventing Japanese from holding property will probably bo heeded by Cali fornia for the present It Is thought But the Californians are determined not to be overrun by tho Asiatics Some persons seem to pretend to think that tho war scare with Japan is all cookedup by those who ad vocate the building of an immense nayy by the United States But our President is the leader of the move ment for a great navy and it Is he who has called the attention to the country to the Japanese trouble Just at the time when the Naval Appro priation Bill Is being discussed by the House The Naval Affairs Committee has reported in favor of an appropri ation of 140000000 and this has been generally approved on the tloor4of the House by many influential mem bers James Twaney a close and powerful friend of Speaker Cannon and the man who had tho Secret Ser vice crippled lost year was one of the warmest assailants of the bill last Frllday Sereno Payne another violent opponent of Roosevelt recent ly expressed himself as being In favor of keeping the expenditures of Con gress as low as possible in every way A Texas representative last Friday likened the habit of having a big navy to tho practice of gun toting as they do it In tho Lone Star state He said that In his community when every man carried a gun the others had to carry one too and a gun was a real necessity for a man But grad ually more and more men abandoned lugging the awkard and heavy Ute splllers around with them and soon no one needed them He have forgotten that the other nationsI of the world are still toting guns and that the United States without a navy would bo like an unarmed man on the frontier The libel suit instituted by the President against the New York World and the Indianapolis News for printing false accusations against the governments honesty in buying the Panama Canal are moving rapidly On yesterday afternoon Thomas Nel son Cromwell the New York attorn ey who represented the French com pany which sold us tho Canal spent two hours and a half with the Grand Jury which is asked to Indict the newspapers and it is said that he told them in detail all about the transaction The Treasury warrant for tho 40000000 which was paid by the United States was shown In the courtroom On Friday Secretary Root and Senator Knox appeared be fore the Grand Jury It is hoped that an indictment can be secured in the near future Mr Rosoevelt may ap pear after he leaves office HONOR FOR LINCOLN Considerable Interest is felt In Washington over the approaching 100th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln and Pres Roose velts proposal to make that day Feb 12th a national holiday for the present year only is likely to be adopted In this connection may be noticed the fight as whether onot the memorial to Lincoln which is soon to be built shall be on the Capi tol Plaza near tho Union Depot Tho uniform opinion of architects and artists Is against such a plan But there are certain Senators and Representatives who want to sell certain real estate and so would like to arrange things that way As a con c u sequence the country is In danger of having a very disgraceful memorial to Kentuckys greatest son President has this week Issued an executive order creating a Council of Fine Arts of thirty members which must bo consulted before tho selec tion of the site and plans of any public building from this tlmo for ward Congress Is wounded and pout Ing at this disparagement of her aes thetic sensibilities and threatens to make trouble But as a matter of fact the committees which are Invariably assigned to attend to the choosing oft a location and designs for public build- Ings whenever Congress makes an appropriation for them have usually proven that they needed advice yn matters pertaining to beauty altho their statesmanship otherwise might be of the loftiest character An Issue which will soon assume Importance is that relating to Federal Inspection of grain Senator McCum ber has succeeded In having his bill providing for such an inspection ro ported out of the Committee on Agri culture but the National Board of Trade as well as the Grain Dealers Association Insists that the present grain Inspection is honestly and thoroughly conducted and ask to be Investigated Next winter will probably see a prolonged campaign on this question Senator Knox has Introduced a bill providing for a new Federal officer to be called the Under Secretary of State and it is understood that the first Incumbent of this position will be John Callahan OLaughlln widely known in the newspaper world and an intimate friend of Mr Roose THE NEW SENATORS The two great new Senators Root an I Burton are being wooed by tho old organization In the Senate which promises to place them in important Committees If they will refrain from aiding the independent Republicans It is probable that they may agree because the independents are rather hairbrained and radical for any practical purpose and the exercise ot power under the old ogranlzatlon may enable them to reform It from with in and replace it with a better one as the Senators who constitute its objectionable elements drop off on account of old age and the like Change ot the Senate rules to prevent a singe Senator from serving en two Important Committees at the same time la being urged but with no hope for success Tho raise in salary of the President was favored by the Senates Committee this week An attack on President Roosevelt by Represents tlvo Wlllett ot New York made last Monday will probably be expunged from the Congressional Record It was quite too bad to go out to the nation The provision of the Naval Appropriation Bill which aimed at the Presidents order that Marines should serve mostly on shore has also been cut out No Sunday Civil Bill will be passed until Mr Taft comes Into office so that the Secret Service appropriation may be omitted safely the Congressmans hope w Per aullon After he has hammered his thumb nail a few times It Is easy for a man to feel that he really has not the line to nail down the hall carpet Almost Too Fast Noo York said Uncle Rooster Is certainly a fast place Durned If they dont start asellln tho ovenIn papers thar before breakfast My Young Sister r writes Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss took my advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me and was in terrible misery but Car dui helped her at once ITAKE veltAFTER CARDUII It Will Help YouJLast spring Mrs Hudson continues I was in a rack of pain The doctor did no good so Ibegan to take Cardui The first dose helped me Now I am in better health than in three years Every girl and woman needs Cardui to cure irregularity falling feelings headache backache and similar female troubles Cardui is safe reliable scientific Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES r The Citizen tinilywapaper for all that Is rlfht true and Interesting mbtUhcd e tnr Thursday it stns Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorpcrntrd itaeiy Ftbsti Editor1 Ana iianiftr Subscription Raton rAYABUt IN ADVANCE Oar Tnr Uwb Sii Uonthi Three Montha S end money by rolloffice or Kiptraa Monet Order Drift ResUteicd Letter or Doe and tws sal damps The date titer tour name on labtlshows to what due your suboctlptloa Is paid U It II nol cbtnced within tiiice week seta icntwal twllljr us- MlutnIt numbers will be gladly supplied It wo re nollncd Fine prcmlnma heap with new mbscrlDtloni and prompt renowals Send for Premium List Liberal terns glren to any who obtain am for u Any one seadin5us tool yearly aubKriptlana can free r brm 1r lot one rar Advcrlialng rates vIS application su Of course remarks the SL Joscpn News you understand that work In the harvest fields Is not intended fo the professional unemployed The Illinois woman aged 75 years who has Just entered a summer school evidently believes In the truth of the saying that one Is never too old to learn Count Zeppelins airship would undoubtedly bo a success If It could only be mado strong enough to keep fro breaking when it happened to hi things One hundred American buslnos- men arcS to bo Invited to Japan to promote international trade What do you supposo the real reason can boglAmericans aro complaining they are being discriminated against by th Japanese in Manchuria This is no surprising when the Chinese bavo made tho same complaint London theatrical managers complain t that while there are plenty of chorus girls few of them are able to sing Who ever heard of a chorus girl chosen on account of her voice y The St Louts chief of police has du up an ordinance under which he has stopped the boys of that city fro flying kites Shades of Ben Franklin And St Louis the homo of aero nautlcs toolr Maybe Pea y thought he had to start at once if he wanted to succeed In discovering the north pole before the perfect airship made a trip from America to Europe by way of the north pole scenic route Scientists predict a great Increase 1n lunacy with the development of aerial navigation They probably got a tip from the girls who are anxiously looking forward to airship trips in the light of the nocturnal orb As the resultof practical Joker pulling a chair from under a boy a place of public amusement in Phil delphia the other day the boy is Ilkol to be crippled for life Such jokes as this are criminal and the practical joker should be severely punished I A writer la the North Americas Iw view declare that there are regiments l of young men fresh from school and college who knowing amperes ohms and volts can tell you all about the lights in your bouse but not one word about the lights la the sky And Isnt because tho young mea regularly go to bed at sundown either The horses in the postofflce department at Washington are to be given 30 days vacation In pasture with their board paid According to the opinion of tho local authorities the horses who are valuable In the department work deserve this vacation as well as the persons who receive 30 days va cation and 30 days sick leave Those Central American na- tions4ri are getting all tangled up again It may be in order to remind them of the agreement to be good Into which tthey entered some months ago And TtheUnited States and Mexico In the capacity of staid older brothers may feel called upon to administer a gent admonition aa to the advantages Of behaving themselves To say that anything Is as blue as a sapphire is to make use of incorrect comparison Sapphires a not exclusively one color The sa phires of Ceylon vary from a soft bl to a peacock blue which last Is prac tically a green There is also a sapphire sometimes called n ruby Further many line sapphl are yeflow and white While all the Indications point to a largo wheat crop In the United State- other grafn growing countries are not so favored Reports from Odessa the great shipping point for Russian grain are that the wheat crop is from 25 to 50 per cent bolaw the average and that a famine Is feared This will be bad news for a largo part of Euro poant which gets food stuffs from Russia and worse for the unfortunate subjects of tho czar who may come face to face with starvation This country may have another opportunity to show prac tical charity to sufferers across teas PbppoRICO I D Y IJJWlEJOtIJRi 1 JC7TJfl OR f lL lLOlYlI jJf7 OSJliltYJf N0JTy0 flPE7VH1 or CHilE Irlor to the war with Spain Ameri cans knew little about tho island of Porto Rico and the island know little about its near neighbor America But now that has all been changed It Is only ten years slnco the island came under the control of the United States and In that time Americans have settled in tho Island and are now Industrythelosuch as sugar tobacco and fruit are Amenrf The sugar Industry which is by far the most important has had a phenomenal growth in tho last decade Formerly the plantations scattered eapeclaUyated Independently The cane was raised the sugar was made and was hipped by each estate Thla method of prlmltirtr was almost without exception fur seacane was fe andtheopen pans with the result thatiarge percentage of the sugar recovered Hence Porto Rico became obproduction of sugar Today on nearly every estate the old mills have fallen into disuse o have boon dismantled the rollers used In road making and the pans for cattle U drink from for sugar making by in ilvlduals is a thing of the past American companies have estab centralsgr cann8 sugar B mpanles have established railroads with branches running into all to bring the cane quickly and easily the mills In most cases the central has a general supervision over tho estates with Inspectors who advise the latest Irrigntonaow lands often forwarding money for such work and in general promote the culture of more and better cane Besides owning several plantations tome of the larger centrals gather ind grind the cane tram CO or more plantations extending along the coast sometimes for 30 or 40 miles and far oack into the mountains plaatatioawaryk B Braised cut and loaded upon the ponies cars which come by means portable tracks into his very fields The efficiency of tho modern and elaborate method of sugar making than makes up for the division of profits These sugar houses are equipped with the latest and best machinery ito expense la spared in this respect by the saving of even the smallest percentage of additional sugar the amount saved in the manufacture of a seasons crop often 25000 tons or more is enormous Connected with the sugar houses are laboratories with a corps of chemists who by continued analysis at stage in the process of sontrol It so that tho maximum amount of sugar is obtained and the finished product Is kept up to the standard desired by the refiners in the states This process of manufacturing tho sugar occupies from six to eight months In the year the rest of the time being given up to repairs and Ira provementa With the exception of tho who are of course natives these leare operated by Americans and dunn the grinding season you find many col cabs of them situated far from the cities in the midst of the cane coun crepaU0asses go north for the rest of the lira I ctmdroecourse very m ited in these places owing to the tact that they are situated so far from t meanss very t reach them At the largest centrals you find but six or eight families living in sep state houses and a clubhouse housing 30 or 40 unmarried teen or men wit their families even among themselves some social tire woald be ponslblo were not for the fact that these people comeI from so many social classes them selvesThe lack of schools for the children I has been a great drawback to men carrying their families with them but thero Is a plan under conaldwatlon now for tho government to establish schools at some of the larger cen trals for American children This otlmproYthee Probably tho schoolteacheis form the largest class of Americans on tho Island but of course they are very widely scattered in the larger cities of San Juan Ponce and Mayaguez you 1find a great many American teachers men and women and probably in these three cities are to bo found as many Americans as In the rest of thi Island San Juan is the center of American civilization In Porto tics and hai een from tho first There are the government officials and most of the men iu business of a commercial nor ture However In traveling about the In lacier of the Island and in the smallei coast cities the larger part of Amer leans you meet are teachers In ever town largo enough to bo called suck you find a school over which float the American flag and in which the taughtOrtenson in the whole town Is the teacher bay tocoach or on horseback to tho next townAmong a strange people where the language food customs etc are a hard to become accustomed to it offs proves a hard life But in the larger towns the condl tons are much better Hero you erally find more than one teacher be ter school buildings and a higher clasi of people with whom it is easier to mingle The tobacco business has already grown to vast proportions under Amer bJtheItlon of Porto Rican cigars In the States In every town or vII lage even among the mountains tobacco Is Btlll raised and cigars art ofsyll made an thoy have been for gen rations but tho new tobacco raise r hive planted hundreds and In ono cos roover 1000 acres In a steleh may bo seen entirely covered by cheese cloth to subdue tho light and improve tho quality This Indus ItIa prospectIa growth The coffee raising Is also worthy ol yettomostly among tho mountains and Americans have taken it up but little tiltIPresiderfCt abThere are also a large number oi minor industries which men from the United States have entered and at which they are making fortunes Among these are the raising of pineapples cocoanuts rico and vegetables which are sent to the United States for eax and drawn work 8as also been carried on to a limited extentIt clearly evident that the island as a whole has not been developed to anything like its capacity While Americans are recognizing tho wealth IIdvantaatge years wtthonlnail advanoTelegraphyMany tc learn that the electric sparks cm ashcr a al 8may be annoying for those living close by the station At least this has been the experience at the Eiffel rower in Paris where the sparks front an appa ratus possessing a power of ten kilowatts have awehSince it is now proposed to substitute apparatus of 40 kilowatts power with communicationItdirect from Paris to Now York the generating station will be placed un derground In order to srnotfcer the sound of the sparks DAYTONS NEW MURDER MYSTERY GIRL ENTICED TO LONELY SPOT ASSAULTED AND KILLED BY A FIEND BODY THEN HID IN A SHED Rivals That In Sensational Features Dona Oilman and Anna Marko witz Cases Two Suspects Under Arrest Dayton 0 Jan 25 Rivaling In sensational features tho Dona Oilman and Anna Markowitz cases is another murder mystery with which the local police are now grappling Mary Forschuer aged ID scarcely more than n child but buxom and pretty lies cold iu death In Berk kFrys morgue on Fifth street and her scaled lips hold tho secret of a crim inal assault nnd murder Sho was choked to death early Saturday night In a field extending along Knox street within a short distance of her homo at Vermont and Knox avenue liar body was dragged to the barn on tho Grafton Kennedy estate whero it was found at 2 oclock Sunday morning Police Chief Allaback nnd Crlcf De tective Hughes admit that they aro at sea Two suspects are under arrest but tho officials state that they are hold principally as witnesses Tbo girl loft the homo of her step Robert Goppert in North Day on shortly after C oclock Saturday evening carrying A Dayton Savings A Trust Cos deposit book for the pur pose of placing 9ln the bank as par tial payment on u lot which her step father had purchased some time ago Her movements from that time until her body was found are a mystery to police and relatives When she tailed to return Mr Goppert and the girls mother brothers and sister Maggie be came shamed and instituted a search Goppert secured a lantern and began tcarchlng the neighborhood about 1030 but tolled to notify the police Ho enlisted the old of several neighs bore including Arthur Hyre slid John Mcrkle Not until after midnight was Informa flan sent to the police Then Lieut Haley dispatched several officers to North Dayton to assist in the search but before they arrived tho stepfather mado n horrifying discovery Discovering that the wet ground had been torn up as If by persons In n des perate struggle he followed a trail tor Kennedy home and by tho old of his lantern found the lifeless body of bla stepchild The girl was lying on her face ns if sho had been thrown cart lesly down by her heartless assailant byaDeenipurposetto the barn In the field was found knee prlnU of the slayer giving the Impression that he wore corduroy trousers This may prove nn Important clue STEAMER With Passengers of Steamers Florida and Republic Nearing Sandy Hook steamerasteamers Florida and Republic were reported at 130 Monday morning as nearing her anchorage off Sandy Hook by the Mar x nl wireless station at Sea gatt The Baltic will anchor for the tIght and will not come up to the city until well In tho morning Slonconset Nantucket Mass Jan 251 WlrelMB messages from the Bal tic Sunday night confirmed the earlier report of fatalities aboard tho Re public when the collision occurred but raised the number from four to six two of the victims belnff passenger and tho other tour seamen In the area of the big liner Two other passed gers sere srlously injured Brave Conductor Killed Pottstown Pa Jan 25In nn effort to saO Mra Mary Groff aged 60 from death John Dllllnger a Reading rail way conductor met death under an express train Sunday night Mrs Graft was so badly injured that she will probably die Conductor Dllllngor leaves n widow and four children in Pottsvllle Student Electrocuted theca N Y Jan 25On the evo of the festivities of junior week tho Cor undergraduate community was Ceshocked by the tragic death of Park man Leavitt of East Orange N J n freshman In the College of Mechanical Engineering Leavitt was electro cutcd by contact with a live wire on Oak avenue Sunday night Officers Seized Everything In Sight Memphis Tenn Jan2liomeers levied on the effects of the Bepalmaa Indoor circus which has been touring southern states and seized everything in sight Attachments sued by local restaurants caused tho trouble wGreeted With Cat Calls London Jan 2GWhen Carrie Na lion the saloon smasher mado hw London debut as a temperance lecturer at tho Shakespeare theater she was greeted with a chorus of cat calls from a hostile clique in rear of theater Wllfldni ID ftanam I Reddish plum colored cloth is used for tho first costume illustrated The skirt Is n nino gored pattern with wrapped seams The coat Is semifitting and Iv elaborately trimmed with black silk braid of two widths and braid covered buttons Large hat of stretched satin trimmed with tho same Materials required IVf yards 4C Inches wide about 10 yards wide braid and 2 dozen fine braid 1 dozen buttons HI yards skirt lining 6 yards silk for lining jacket For tho second cedar green cloth is employed The long slightly trainee Jklrt is quite plain Tho coat has a rather shortwolstod tightfitting bolls the back of which is continued tho wholo length through the basque Incta lons aro made In tho collar through which wldo satin ribbon Is threaded the ends being drawn up and finished by tassels tho cuffs are nteo threaded with ribbon satin covercd buttons aro sewn on tho back and are also used for fastening Hat of velvet of tho same color as tho costume trimmed with rosettes and wings yardsilkUUUhUuUUUUhU h IN WILLOWGREEN CASHMERE Pretty Dress for Girl of from Eight to Ten Years Here Is a pretty little dross In wit low grcen cashmere Tho skirt Is slightly full and has a wide boxplait In the easier front The blouse Is smocked each side front and has a box plalt In center which with the turnover collar is trimmed with cord loops and silk buttons Tho sleeves are smocked at the wrists the hemmed edge of material being left to form n frill Snsh of soft ribbon of a darkor shado than tho cashmereMaterials required 4 yards 40 Inches wide Shading In Embroidery When shading in embroidery one cannot be too careful In doing tho workThe colors should bo run Into each other gradually so the changes will hardly be noticed As tho shades of silk are numbered you should not find the work difficult Do not use the very deep tones ex cot whore tho flower or leaf is en tirely in tho 8br uw Trlrmnmg for Cashmere A charmfdg trimming for cashmere or henrlfcttii dinner frocks Is messallno itln in liCit tone with matching sash nd a tricker and ltaif sleeves of gold lace or fine net Ecru nets embroidered In colors harmonious with tho cash mere and a novelty trimming or pus scmcntcrlo to outline the tucker will give a smart touch to tho costume Bead Flowers- A novelty In millinery is flowers made of beads Those however are not likely to become either popular or common because of their expense their weight nnd usually their lack of grace Roses are made of fine steel beads with silver stamens and on black or Ural velvet toques are ef fective BETTER THAN REAL FLOWERS Artificial Bouquets Are Worn with the Evening Costume As ovary woman knows It Is rather Injurious to fine fabrics to pin heavy bunches of real flowers on them They also fade before tho evening la over and are apt to be discarded Tho present fashion U to wear k largo bunch of French blossoms won derfully colored and fashioned There Is no attempt to avoid daring and vivid combinations This Is a fcatur of this seasons dressing Scarlet poppies as well as American Beauty roses aro favored Gardenias with their glossy green loaves an worn on black purple and crimson frocks Combinations of flowers are not in as good taste aa they were some seasons ago The bunch is of one kind It Is panned a little below tho bust nt tho loft side This seems to bo the exact spot accepted as the fashionable one Among the rare flowers which art put on extra handsome guwns are greenleavesBAD EFFECTS OF ANGER Complexion Suffers Where There t Lack of Self Control The girl who has a very quick temper must expect to have trouble with her complexion OoftioUmea red spots como out prominently and refuse to be hidden even by powder Sometime there Is a flush and when It disap pears the skin Is quite dry and feels almost painful Tho cause of all this Is the excite mont of getting angry Very little can be done for tho skin while the temper remains unchecked Perhaps it would bo a good idea for tho girl who U war clod about her poor complexion to cc nmlno herself to find out if a hasty temper Is tho cause of the mischief Should thin bo so let her set about gaining self control before she at tempts to improve her looks by the ap plication of creams and lotion Cheeks for Trimming Many of tho newest fall dresses art showing a touch of trimming or piping of checked material For Instance a black suit is beautiful trimmed with a tiny piping of black and white checked serge A dross of plain ma terial serge or panama la very modish trimmed with bands of checked taffeta What a difference n now touch like this makes Even in an oldfashioned dress quite a new ef fact may bo obtained by just a little modern trimming which lightens up the whole nnd at once shown the wearor is uptodato Newest Aprons Among the newest fancy npronc arc those made of cross barred muslin or linenTho edge may be finished with in sertion and lace and u dalntydeslSTIC embroidered across the bottom and up tho sides Tho embroidery can be done with colored silk or with white mercerized cotton Tlio work to bo well padded nnd worked solid Laco beading In used across the top run with a delicate simile of ribbon to match the our broidery r PRESIDENT SENDS STRONG MESSAGE ACCOMPANYING REPORTS OF THE CONSERVATION CONGRESS URGES NEEDED LEGISLATION Document In a Measure li a Do fence of the Retiring Administration Duty of the Present Generation to IU Descendant Pointed Out Obli I gations of Citizenship Urgent Need for the Development of the Coun trys Water Power shlnictonTV1th tho transmission of the report ot tho national conservation papersItteldontto congma Tho following li a com prehensive Brnopsfo ef tho document The president declares Ills entire con nnrrenca with tho statements and con ctnMons of the rcpcrt and proceeds fundamentallyImportant American people It contains tho first In ventory of Its natural resources over made by any nation In condensed form It presents a statement of our available npltnl In material renourcos which aro the means of progress and calls atten tlon to the omentlnl conditions upon which tho perpetuity safety and welfare of this nation now rest and must always uirnUnue to rest Ttie taco tforth In this report con Mtnto an Imperative call to action The tUauon ttioy disclose demands that we Pjretltfent Roosevelt BVitectlnff for a time If need be smaller end less vital questions shall concentrate An effective part of our attention upon the great material foundations of na- thnal existence progress and prosperity Tha first of all considerations Is the permanent welfare of our people and true moral welfare the highest form of welfare con not permanently exist save nn n firm and lasting foundation of mate riot vrellbelnsr In this respect pur situ ation Is far from satisfactory After every possible allowance hits been made and when every hopeful Indication has beep given Its full Wright tho facts irtlll stve reason for crave concern It would be unworthy of our history and our In telligence and disastrous to our future to shut our eyes to these farts or attempt to laugh them out of court The people should and will rightly demand that the great fundamental questions shall be given attention by their rep rnsenUUveo I do not advise hasty or 111 considered action on disputed points butt do urge where the facts are known where tho pubrio Interest Is clear that neither Indifference and Inertia nor ad verse prtvatrt Interests shall be allowed ta stand In the way ot tho public good The treat basic facts are already well known We know that our population Is now adding about onoflfth to Us numbers tn ten years and that by the mlllo of the present owitury perhaps 150000000 Americans and by Its end very many millions mere must bo fed and clothed from the products of our soil We know now that our rivers can and should be mode to serve our people ef fectively tn transportation but that the vast expenditures for our waterways have not reunited In maintaining much teas hi promoting Inland navigation Therefore let us take Immediate steps to ascertain the reasons and to prepare and adopt n comprehensive plan for Inland waterway navigation that will result In Rtvlnir the Maple the benefits for which they have paid but which they have not lli yet received Wo know now that our for 1 utl are fast disappearing that less than ono atth of them are being conserved Knit that no good purpose can be met by falling tn provide the relatively small ram needed tor the protection use and Improvement of all forests still owned by the government nnd to enact haws to check the wasteful destruction of the for eats In private hands W T know now that our mineral re seorces once exhausted are gone for ever and that the needless waste of them costs us hundreds of human lives ana nearly 3MOOO fOO ft year Therefore lot us undertake without delay tho In rfstlgatlons necessary before our people will tx In position through state action er otherwise to put an end to this huge loss and waste nnd conserve both our mineral esoirrcoa and the lives of tho- m f n who take them from tho ourth Thin administration has achieved some things It has sought but has I not teen able to achieve others It rmn donbtlea1 made mistakes but nil I It baa Nano or attempted has been InIthe single consistent effort to cure and enlarge the rights and oppor tunities of tho men and women of tho United States Wo are trying to con nerve what Is good In our social eye tern nnd wo are striving toward this end when wo endeavor to do away with what is bad Success may be mado too hard for some If It Is made too easy for others The rewards of common Industry and thrift may bo to small If tho rewards for others and on tho whole lees valuable qualities are made too large and especially If tho reallyfromable are permitted to become too Urge Our nlm U so far as possible 1hRIIno C w 5 able equality of opportunity the ds trltiutlnn of Towards will take care of itself The unchecked existence ot monopoly is Incompatible with equality of opportunity rho reason for tho ex crelHo of government control over great monopolies In to equalize opportunity Wo aro lighting against privilege It was made unlawful for corporations to contribute money for election ex penses In order to abridge tho power of special privilege at tho polls Rail road rnto control la an attempt to se cure an equality of opportunity for nil men affected by rail transportation and that means all of us The great anthracite coal strike was settled and tho pressing danger of n coal famine averted because wo recognized that the control of n public necessity involves a duty to tho people and that public Intervention In the affairs of H public service corporation la neither to be resented nit usurpation nor per mitted all a privilege by the corporations but on the contrary to be accepted as a duty and exercised as a right by the government In the In terest of nil the people The effi ciency of the army and the navy has been Increased so that our people may follow In peace the great work of making this country a better place for Americans to live In and our navy was sent round the world for tho same ultimate purpose All tho acts taken by the government during the last coven years and all the policies now halng pursued by tho Government fit In an parts of n consistent whole Tho enactment of a pure food law was a recognition of tho fact that the publlo welfare outweighs tho right to private gain and that no man may poison the people for his private profit The employers liability bill revog nlzed the controlling fact that while the employer usually lies at stake no more than Ids profit the stake of the employe Is a living for himself and his familyWe building tbo Panama canal and thin means that wo aro engaged In the giant engineering tent of all time Wo are striving to add In nil ways to the habltablllty nnd beauty of our country Wo nro striving to hold In tho public lands the remaining supply of unappropriated coal for tho protection and benefit of all tho people We have taken tho first stops toward tho conservation of our natural resources and tho betterment of coon try life and the Improvement of our waterways We stand for the right of evory child to n childhood free from grinding toll and to an education for the clvlo responsibility and decency- of every citizen for prudent foresight In public matters and for fair play In every relation of our national and economic life In International matters we apply a system of diplo macy which puts the obligations of International morality on a level with those that govern the actions ot an hone t gentleman In dealing with his fellowmen Within our own border we stand for truth and honesty In public and In private life and wo war stern ly against wrongdoers of every grade All these efforts nro Integral parts of the same attempt tho attempt to enthrone Justice and righteousness to secure freedom of opportunity to allot our citizens now and hereafter and to set the ultimate Interest of all of us above the temporary Interest of any Individual class or group The nation Its government and Its resources exist first of all for the American citizen whatever Ills creed race or birthplace whether he bo rich or poor educated or Ignorant provided only that ho Is n good citizen recognizing his obligations to the nation for the rights and opportunities which he OWl to the nation Tln obligations and not the rights of citizenship Increase In proportion to tho Increase of n mans wraith or power The time Is coming when a man will be judged not by what hr has succeeded In getting for himself from tho common store but by how well he has done his duty ns n citizen nnd by what tho ordinary citizen has gained In freedom of opportunity be cause of his service for the common good The highest value wo know Is that of the Individual citizen and the highest justice Is to give him fair lluy In the effort to realize the best there Is In him Tho tasks this nation has to do sre great tanks They can only Iw done nt nil by our citizens acting to irethor and they can be done best of all by the direct and simple applies tion of homely common sense The application of common sense to common problem for the common good under tho guidance of the principles upon byIrtuopetuity for the nation civil and Indus nnllIrodolllof happiness for tho plain American for whom this nation was founded by whorl It was preserved and through perpetuated11p0ntxtrty differences higher than class l1utlontvery American who realizes that the common good stands first Accompanying the message aro explanations nnd recommendations ol work to boflono for the future good ol the country This president says It U especially Important thnt the develop mont of water power should be guard ed with the utmost care both by the national government and by tho states In order to protect the people against the upgrowth of monopoly and to In sure to them n fair share In the belie fits which will follow tho development of this great asset which belongs to the people and should bo controlled by them t urge that provision be made for both protection and more rapid devel opment of the national forests Other wise either the Increasing use of these forests by tho people must bo checked or their protection against flro must bo dangerously weakened If we compare the actual nro damage on silO liar arena on private and national for est lands during the past year the government tire patrol saved commercial timber worth ns much ns the total cost of carlnjr for all national forests at tho present rate for about ton years- I especially commend to congress tho facts presented by the commis sion ns to tbo relation between for eats and stream flow In its bearing upon the Importance of tho forest Withjrelation the conservation of both those natural resources must largely fall Tho time tins fully arrived for roe ognizing In tho law tho responsibility to the community the elate and the nation which rests upon the private ownership of private lands Tho own ership of forest land Is n public trust The man who would handle his forest as to cause erosion and to Injure stream flow must be not only educated but he must bo controlled- In conclusion tho president uriccs upon congress the desirability of maintaining n national commission on the conservation of the resources of tho country Ho adds I would also advise that nn appropriation of nt least 50000 bo made to ever lie ex penses ot tho national conservation commission for necessary rent nssUt nnco and traveling expenses This lea very small sum I know of no other way In which the upproprlatlun of so small a sum would result In so large a benefit to tko whole nation SOME REASON WHY THE PRESIDENTS SALARY SHOULD BE RAISED HOUSE PASSES NAVAL BUDGET PEACE ADVOCATES ARE HOPE LESSLY IN MINORITY Senate Makes February 12 a Special Holiday and Authorizes Survey of Lincoln Way to Gettysburg Washington Exactly as reported by committee tho naval program for tho fiscal year 1910 was adopted Fri day by the houso of representatives and the naval appropriation bill was passed Tho opponents of tho navy Increase feature of the bill found themselves In a hopeless minority The only vital alteration mado In the measure was tho striking out of the provision re storing marines to naval vessels The aggregate amount appropriated by the bill Is 135000000 As has been tho case In tho past tho Increase In the naval estimate gavo rise to extended and heated debate In which members wore afforded an opportunity to air their views of tho Japanese question Tho peace ad vocates were much In evidence In opposition to such increase whllo tho adherents of tho proposition were allvo at all times to every move made to cut down the number of vessels au thorizedFebruary 12 next was decided by tho senate to be a special legal boll day and a survey and plans for a highway from Washington to Gettysburg to be known as the Lincoln way as n memorial to Abraham bin coIn was provided for by a joint resolution passed after an extended de bate Tho resolution did not commit congress to tho construction ot the highway when surveyed Final action was also taken on tho legislative executive and judicial bill tho senate refusing by a vote of 41 to 27 to fix at 75000 tho salary of the president previously Increased by an amendment to 100000 Stockmens Conspiracy Revealed Hello Fourcho S DFront confes sions alleged to have been secured from tho leaders following tho arrest of nine prominent stockmen in Crook county Wyoming a great sensation is expected to result The men under ar rest are Ike Andy and Sam McKcan 3 W Mosbargor George Martin Stanley Daugli J C Hulholland Terry Zlmmcrschlcd and A O Haulers It Is alleged that they aro members ot a secret band of stockmen organized and operated solely to drive out the GuthrIe Stock Company Must Pay Duty on Foreign Coin Now York That an Importer must pay a penalty In tho shapo of 45 per cent duty on coin currency of a for sign country brought to tho United States was the unlquo principle es tablished In n decision of the board of United States general appraisers rendered Wednesday In Its decision the boanl sustained tho collector In assessing duty on a consignment of Japanoso coin currency Imported by a local firm for the Now York branch of tho Yokohama specie bank Tennessee Drys Score Again Nashville TenraAt 540 oclock Thursday afternoon the lower houso of the legislature by n vote of f0 to 30 passed on final reading the bill to prohibit the manufacture of intoxi cants In Tennessee after January 1 1910Tho bill has already passed the sen ate and now Foes to the governor who is expected to veto it Morgan Buys Washingtons Sword Baltimore MdJ Plerpont Mor can of New York has purchased from Miss Virginia Taylor Wise of this city tho sword worn by Gen George Washington when ho resigned his commission as commander lu chIof of the American nrmy in Annapolis In 1783 Mr Morgan will In duo time it Is un dorstood present tho relic to the Mount Vernon association An Idea of Its value may be gleaned from tho fact that some years ago the United Slates senate passed a bill appropriat tag 25000 for its purchase t f FIVE KILLED IN RAIL WRECK Collision on the Pennsylvania Road Many Are Injured Johnstown PaRunnlng at a speed of nearly fifty miles an hour the second section of the St Louis Express on tho Pennsylvania railroad which left Philadelphia at 430 oclock Fri day afternoon crushed into the first section which had met with an acci dent at a point between South Fork and Summer Hill known as Running Ground with terrific force early Saturday morning killing five persons nnd injuring many Tho second section was a double header with two largo engines and Is said to have plowed its way through the first section Immediately after tho wreck hurry calls were Issued for ell available physicians at both this place and at Altoona and in less than an hour nearly fifty physicians wero on their way to the scene of the acci dent 160 DIE IN FLOODED MINE Disaster In the Transvaal Caused by Heavy Rains Johannesburg Ono hundred and seventythree persons are known tc have lost their lives Friday as a result of tho floods which are general throughout tho Transvaal colony and northern Natal By the bursting of Knights dam the Wltwatersrand gold mine In the southwestern part of the Transvaal was flooded and ten white men and 150 natives were drowned Tho water from this dam also flooded the lower section of the town of Elsburg wher- a number of houses were swept- away and 13 persons perished INFIRMARY INMATES BURNED Fifteen Aged Men Injured In Fire at Canfleld O Canfield OFlro of unknown origin Thursday afternoon deslroyod the mens building of the Mahonlng county Infirmary hero and 15 of the aged in mates received burns more or less dorlous The men wero endeavoring to check the fire at tho foot of a stairway when a shift In tho wind sudden ly drove a sheet of flame down thorn They crawled to safety an were taken to tho infirmary hospital The flro loss will bo 30000 Shortage of 13000 Found Kansas City ItoA shortage ol 13000 In the city auditors office was disclosed Wednesday following tho in stallation of a now system ot account Ing Vernon H Green the auditor says the shortage may bo due to cler- Ical errors but more probably Is the result of systematic stealing by clerks extending through an Indefinite period of years No formal charges havo been made Bllllk Saved from Death Springfield lllGov Charles De neon Friday night commuted to life Imprisonment tho sentence of death which had been pronounced on Her man Bllllk of Chicago who was con damned to hang for tho murder o Mary Vrzal whom hojv ned with other members of thofyailly It war charged i Letter Under Surgeons Knife Chicago Joseph Loiter millionaire mine owner former grain king a ben edict of a few months was operated on for appendicitis Friday at August ana hospital Fixing Up Toga for Bryan Lincoln NebThu Nebraska house Friday approved tho report of the committee of the wholo recommending the passage of the Humphreys bill for the election of senators by the Oregon plan This bill will pass both houses Tho bill Is intended to give W J Bryan a chance to be elected senator as Democratic leaders believe that t preference would be expressed fob him although tho next leglslatun which under the present law woulc elect a senator is expected to be R- epetean Kentucky Gleanings I Most Important News Gathered from All Parts of the State CAPITAL NOTES Leak Somewhere As a result of the conference between Insurance Commissioner Dell and Attorney Bruce counsel for the Citizens Life Insurance Co It was learned that copies of the report of Actuary Merlwethor are In circulation without authority Indications of 011 The discovery of oil In small quan titles on a farm in tho Peokoa Mill neighborhood In this county will lead to a thorough Investigation of tho oil and gas condition here An oil ex pert in Pennsylvania was instructed to como at onco and Investigate Crabbe Favors Extarordlnary Session State Superintendent of Public In struction Crabbo is another member of Gov Wlllsons administration to declare himself In favor of an extra ordinary session of tho General As sembly to consider tho county unit bill because he believes his party should redeem its pledges Cumberland Church Loses Tho Cumberland Presbyterian church lost its case in tho court of appeals in n lengthy opinion by Judge Darker The case Involves the validity of tho union between the Cumberland Presbyterian church and the Presby terian church in the United States Blue Grass League Frankfort will havo a good baseball team in the Dluo Grass League next season for at a meeting of the Busi ness Mens club here a resolution was adopted Indorsing tho purchase of the franchise by local citizens and the stock will be taken by 50 or 75 men Provision For Decoration Omitted Through an oversight in drafting the bill for an appropriation for the com pletion of tho new capitol the provisions for decorating the building wero omitted Tho commission ex pects to go into the capitol by next June and means for decorations will have to be provided Frankfort Man Wants It John C Noel of this city is being mentioned as tho probable successor of Clarence Lebus as president of the Burley Tobacco Society Ho is tho president of the Farmers bank here and one of the largest land owners in Central Kentucky Requisition From Harmon Honored Gov Judson Harmon of Ohio made requisition on Gov Wlllson for James B Meade and Thomas Hubbard wanted in Cincinnati on a charge of burglary specifically with breaking into the station houso of tho B O railroad at DeIhl ContaglonetCrabbe has prepared a bulletin on Health and Disease in which ho calls attention to the prevalence of smallpox and typhoid fever and ap peals to school officials to cooperate with him to prevent their spread Telephone Company Appeals Tho question whether or not it is necessary to file a pardon for an in dictment in tho circuit court will be tested in tho court of appeals by the Bowling Green Homo Telephone Co which was fined 1800 for falling to report to bo assessed for taxes heldd gates unanimously favored tho osier tion of a working plan whereby nil of tho various liquor trado reform or ganizations might concentrate their efforts bOUI upon the legislative and publicity work connected with tho model license movement Richmond Ky Word has been sent to Federal Judgo A M J Cochran at Maysvlllc Ky of the prevalence In this city of contagious dlscaso and for that reason tho cases of Ellsha and Oliver Slavln and Jesse and Harvey Simpson In connection with the Christmas day riots at Stoarns Ky win not bo called for some time ILexlaglon Ky George W Schllch ten president of tho International Fi Ani a breaking hemp has set up two ma chines on the farm of Blithe Anderson near this city and 12 more aro now In transit from Los Angeles It is ex pected that with them tho entire crop of 1907 In Central Kentucky now un der purchase by local dealers will have been prepared for market within the coming six weeks Louisville KyIn tho weighing and delivery of 75000000 pounds of tobacco In tho burley pool that was purchased by the American Tobacco Co it Is said that ono hogshead brought 460 Augusta Ky According to Informa tion received here the executive board of the Burley Tobacco Society Win chwtcr has decided to regrade all of he 1907 crop of tobacco sold to the Amerlcan Tobacco Co and the lade pendents at 17 coats per pound for un I average crop 1 Lexington KyThe prizowlnnlnff shorthorn bull King Cumberland was bought by J B Haggln from George II White of Emmerson In for the re ported price of 5000 Hopkinsvlllo Ky Refusing to ac cept tho verdict of tho democratic committee which named John C Duf fy to make tho race from this county for Circuit Judge Senator Frank Rives will formally announce for that honor saying advantage was taken Louisville Ky Serious belief that tho forestry bureau of the government does not get its timber quotations and news from reliable sources was ex pressed at the annual convention of the Hard Wood Manufacturers of the United States which closed a two days session here- Hopklnsvillo KYA conference was held hero between representatives of the Imperial Tobacco Co and the Society of Equity looking to a sale of the crop in this county controlled by the organization No agreement was reached The crop controlled by this organization in this county amounts to about a million pounds A hundred thousnnd pounds was sold at prices ranging front 350 to 970 Jackson Ky Beech Hargis basso lected for tho latest scene of his warlike activity tho homo of his cousin Harlan South on Clear Fork of Frozen Creek He first went to tho house of Obadhih Roberts who has whisky for sale and exhibiting a big pistol an nounced to Roberts that he was going to havo whisky or blood The blind tlgor man lost no time In throwing open tho door and hurriedly departed Canelton KyTho republican com irdttco of tho 34th senatorial district composed of the counties of Breathltt Magoffln Morgan Owsley and Wolfe called a convention to meet at West Liberty on March 5 for tho purpose of nominating a candidate for senator Tho committee of the 23d judicial die trot met at the same place and called a primary for March 23 to nominate candidates for circuit judge and com moirocalths attomoyILexington KyTho annual meeting of the stockholders of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association was held in the offices of the associa tion at the fair grounds and old officers were reelected as follows Richard S Stoll president Robert C Estlll first vice president Horace W Wilson secretary the Lexington City National bank treasurer L V Hark ness John R Allen Dr J R Hagyard J Will Stoll and Louis Des Cognots directors Hopkinsvillc Ky Charles E Barker one of tho leading farmers of this county and who was the first vlco president of the Planters Protective association has Issued a letter In which he takes the position that tha idea of the farmers organizations to control the supply of tobacco by cutting out crops and decreasing acreage is all wrong that while onQ section does this other sections are increasing their acreage and reaping the harvest realized by the others sacrifice Louisville KyThe Louisville Clear tag House association selected Oscar Fenley ns president The other officers chosen are II C Walbeck vice president Isham Bridges manager P Vlgllnl II C Bodes and James B Brown committee on management S B Lind W II Nothorland George Gutlg W J Thomas and II C Wal bock committee on arbitration J O Leathers L 0 Cox H C Rodes L C Murray and Samuel CassIdy commit tee on supervision Beattyvllle KyII L Fain agent of tho L A Railroad at this place was placed In jail for ono hour because ho refused to answer a ques tion by Police Judgo S A Stamper who was holding a court of inquiry as to violation of tho local option law by the railroad company The trou ble was settled by the company ngroo Ing not to bring anything over their line that was intoxicating if the au thorities would give a list of same Lexington KyTho Burley Tobacco Society Is working on a now plan for the pooling of crops this year D Clark of this city explains it this way Agents will be sent out by tile society to buy tho crops of the growers outright for 1 and other valuable con siderations the other valuable consid eraUOns to be the selling price of that mans crop by the society This con tract will vest tho title to the crop la the Burley Tobacco Society and will do away with all attempts to break pledges and consequent Injunctions to prevent a grower selling a crop that has been pledged Louisville KyTho Lincoln cen tenary committee held a meeting here at which it was deeded to Invite tho local G A R poet and Confederate Veterans each to appoint a special es cort of 12 for President Roosevelt Jackson KyW II WInterbottom Son of Grand Rapids Mich have purchased of Floyd Day of Winches ter Ky a tract of timber land on Frozen creek in this county for S3J- I 000 Tho buyers will put In mills at euro and begin the cutting of the tim bar iI 1 eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeeIe tauglu uYUsueueueluiur u c j i East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else i 0 No eatreiponlence published oaten llIe4 IB toll by the wrttti The name fi li tat for publication but as u trliiao ol good tadh Wrttt plaialyg ennw nnnnnnnnnoooouuuuwuwuwuwvv JACKSON COUNTY I ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE We aro authorized to J W Mulllns of Egypt KyannounceI didate for County Judge of County subject to the action of the t Republican party ANNOUNCEMENT Wo aro authorized to announce- S S Wolfe of Maulden Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub ject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W- It Creech of Egypt Jackson County Ky a candidate for Aseessqr of Jack son County subject to the action of the Republican party uounlIJUCliD- Ollblollclc Jan 17We are having cold weather with snow Wm Callahan Is going to move to Birch Lick In the near future we are very sorry Mr Callahan as ho Is ato give up good citizen and a hard working man James Garrott Is down with catarrh of the head and throat Asler Gar to Straight Crook to rett has gone work In the coal tnluoLJ L Jones Is in the logging business thU wlnI ter Henry Callahan has bought the Hubbard farm and is erecting a homo on ItW T Martin has moved to farmL 13 Martin the Abe Phillips end Sam Callahan have been trading cowsCorn has come from Bc down to 05c In this locatlly there is more corn than was oxpected L B Martin Is going back to the practice of law since ho hw return ed from llllnoi The Goochland Odd Fellows Hall will soon be completed AXXVIMK Annvllle Jan 36Rov Luniford candidate for county judge filled his regular appointment at Conway Sat urday and Sunday Mr R A John 1sonwho has had mumps It convalet cont The Rev Isaac Messier of Mc Kee has bought part of Mr Pleas Isaacs farm with tho Intention of building an Industrial school Mr Earl Goodman of Welchburg Is visiting friends here this woekMJ S Johnson visited her mother last i Saturday and Sunday on Terrill Creek Dr A T Neal and wife vlillted iithefamily of Mr Alfred York last f Sunday and spent ute afternoon with Mr Jerry York and family Mr and Mrs Leo Webb spent Sunday with Mr John Medlock Mr Webb Is n candidate for school superintendent Miss Lizzie Johnson and Ama Ake man visited their cousin Miss Georgia Akemon at Isaacs last FrldayMrs Alice Davidson to improving after a serious Illness ICOKN Alcorn Jan 2oThe Rev EHhu Rose filled his regular appointment at Ulan ton Flat Saturday and Sunday with a good attendance Mr Silas Carpenter Is planning to move to Redllck Boon During the past two weeks there have been several cattle buyers through hereMrs W B Perry of this place has been visiting her mother at Happy Top for a few daysMr W Hargraves visited W B Perry Friday Miss Almer Tun got of Middle Fork has been visit ing friends and relatives here during the past weekJeff McFarland and wife visited at W B Perrys Sunday afternoon Mr Albert Coylo of Lo cust Branch visited his brother U S Coyle at this placo Saturday night ROCKCASTLE COUNTY IWOM Boone Jan 25 =Mrs Mattie Coyle entertained quite a number of young folks at her home on Saturday night Born to Mr and Mrs Leo Wren on the 13th a glrlIr Young of Clear Creek Is visiting relatives and friends hero this week Mr Mack Grant of this place will start to Villa Grove Illinois MondayC H Holman went agoBettltd folkte report a fine time Mrs Emma Huff of Snider Is visiting relatives In Richmond CLAY COUNTY II11IlNINO SPRINGS lrcultCourtand quite a number of our citizens are attending J M McCreary has hehasN Railroad Mr McDermett of Barbourvlllo and S P Clarkston hnve Just completed lessee for an oil and gas company on four thou sand acrao of land extending from Burning Spring across the head waters of Radars Creek to Little Gooso CreekJ II Thompson and son Steve have just completed a wire fence around tho residence of William Hubbard School is progress Ing nicely at this place under the management of J C Mayor and G G HIbbard Quito n number are In attendance with others sun coming G W Baker our county assessor Is at Manchester thla week assisting tho Board of Supervisors John Thompson and Taylor Sanders have Just flnichcd a gravel walk up the alley loading to the school buildingS R Clarkston has mov ed his store to the old stand on the Clarkston place In tho lower end of town With tho primary election still six months ahead there seems to be an unusual interest In the mat ter Dr II C Hornsby has announc ed for Representative G W Baker talks of running for sheriff Peter Standafer Alex Lunaford E1 Cor nett and others aro running for Mag istrato for this district Sunday school is still progressing Vise Mary Clarkstou has charge of the primary class v1Nl Vine Jan lrie are having sonic winter nowMr Nathan Brewettr tins returned from Cincinnati The Ion of W M Ponnlngton has been very ill with fever but Is slowly Im proving Mr Henry Rico Is gone to McKee to attend school this winter Mr Fred tfclrldgo and wife of Jack son County visited Mr E D Campbell Friday nleht1Ir George Horns by Is teaching a singing school at- m Olive now Charley and Julia Ferguson entertained a Urge crowdISalurday night All report a Mr Johnnie Bray who has been ver ill with pneumonia it slowly im proingMr G W Goforth visited his stator M L Ferguson last Sun day Lissle and Gilbert Ferguson visited Muse Laura Woods and Miss Lula Ferguson last Friday Saturday anil Sunday LAUREL COUNTY IIOMIAM Bonham Jan E5A series of meet logs have been held at Old Piney Grove church for the past two weeks conducted by the Rev George Allan Mike Riley and Tommy Reems the meeting closed with twentytwo addi tions to the church We give tho young folks of this neighborhood the praises for their good behavior Mr Jefferson Cltchen has filled his store this week with goodsFrank Hicks has moved to the farm which he bought last week CUIIIM Cruise Jan 22A largo tide has been on tho river at this place for tho past week About flvo thousand ties havo passed on their way to Livingston A large drove of cattle passed through this part on their way to Richmond Mr John Isaacs of Mentions and his uncle Bill Catos of Iowa paid his daughter in Winches tor a visit on tho 16thMrs Alice Grady of this place has been on tho sick list for the past week Mr Bud Cockrell of Livingston has been hero for several days on busi ness Ho and Moses Mullins expect to start to Richmond on the 24th with some catlle Mr Will Rogers and family aro planning to leave hero on tho 24th to make their home In Illinois Born to the wife of Mr Welk Lewis a fine girl on the 13th Mr Isaac Lewis of Boone is visiting his son and daughter at this placoIr Joe Black of Mershons was hero SaturdayTho llttlo girl of Mr John Durham was badly burn ed the 20th 1 OVSLEY COUNTY VINCENT I Vincent Jan 23 Fanners ore VcathIereeverywhere Mr J C Botnor was in Lexington last week on business Mr Henry McGulre of Beattyvllle was in our parts a few days last week C E Smith and n representative of an Eastern Syndicate were hero last week examiug the Sturgeon Coal property relative to purchasing T B Venablo and Rufus Jackson of Vincent were at Idamay Tuesday on Levirwas In those parts sollctlng votes for tho County Judgehlp for which he Is a candidate W H Venablo and family were the guests of Mr J B Scott Sunday Mr W C Hamilton of Vincent was in Lexington last week Ho accepted a position as traveling salesman with a grocery Company Mr Patrick Mayso of Vincent was at Boonovllle Thursday on business WeW Treadway a prominent man of Heidelberg was the guest of W H Vonablo Friday G W Garrett our County Superintendent has re cently received tho appointment of Postmaster at Boonovllle Mr Harvo Marcum who has been out for the last week solldlng orders for tho Rochester Nursery Company returned homo Friday night and reports two cases of small pox In Jackson Co ESTILL COUNTY STATION OAM1 Station Camp Jan 25Charles Hlslo has been in this section buy ing catlle Lewis Isaacs and James Cox returned yesterday from Sand Springs with a number of hogs Tandy and Walter Centers aro buy Ing and shipping hogsOld Dr M P Scott Is very Ill Ho Is more than eighty years oldMrs John Mans field died December 16th Sho loaves a loving family and many friends to mourn their lossTurner Kelly Wil lie Collins G A Park Abncf Wilson C II Click and family and Clay Moorcs and family were very pleasantly entertained and enjoyed n splendid dinner at Mr James Moores Miss Pallia Mooros will leave In February to attend schoolE G Reeves returned from Crooked Crook Saturday where he liar been doing rarlenter wwK for Roy and Algln ArvinMack and Cleve Dixon have IIll ted and fined 3r each with 10 iUjr in prison for misbehavior at u vet ool oxhll Itlon at Wagersvllla Christmas Others art to bo tried later for tho same offense A 8 A Wilson of Richmond was In our town last week Miss Pearl Seth nor will soon go to Danville Ky to attend school Several rafts oC lose wore taken down the creek during last tllleTho officers of the Dis clplos church at Station Camp rnlod Rev S McGulre of Borea to preach during 1901 Miss Anna M Fcrlv ner of Statidn Camp Is vlilllng Miss Mary Wilson of Wagflrsvllle Messrs Frank and Will Conglelon and Hume JlroeIveUngstates The Conglelons hue return ed Mr Waters rental In Texas MADISON COUNTY KINIi TnS Kingston Jan15Mr Dick lioul ware of MexU who was called here death of hissome time ago by the father will remain until the estate is settl dMltt Florence Lamb of Richmond visited at C C Lambs Saturday and Sunday Mr Frank Bentley Is very sick with pneumonia tMr Reed Hazelwood who has horn In Ohio for some tIme returned homo last weokIr and Mrs Aclo Parks aro rejoicing over the arrival of a boyMr and Mrs Jack Burton wore the guests of Ed Alexander SundayMr Joo Riddle of Ohio died last week of pneumonia Ho was brought back hero and buried at Dreyfus Ho loaves a wife ant several children Mr Lyman Butner of Lexington was visiting his lather losl weokMr and Mrs Ben Boon made a business trip to Richmond Saturday Mr and Mrs J C Powell were tie guests of Curt Lame at Drey fus Sunday Rev McDougol of Rich mond filled his regular appointmont at Mt Zion SundayMr and Mrs John Powell spent Thursday with J M Sandllns in Richmond Mr Ches tor Parks loft last week for ClnI cinnati Ohio where he will visit his uncle L F ParksMiss Suds Powol spent last week with her brother L C Powell of Mote Ky trurrs Harts Jan 26Mr Jno lIIekllellI of Locust Branch Is viii father Mr Chalt Bullons wont to Borea Saturday on businessMr T J Lake is visiting home folks Several boys and girls of this place havo entered school at Berea Among them aro Misses Ruth and Helen Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble constipation in digestion and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN Fa Blcknell Martha McQueen and Durksi Lake Messrs Harry Levi Carl Mc Cluro James Daugherty Bob and Bill Oodscy Troy Garrett Roy Ham- Ilton of Scaffold Cane visited Bradley Lake Friday evening GARRARD COUNTY TAINT MCK Paint Lick Jan 24Mr and Mrs Stove Halcomb visited friends at Cartorsvlllo last SundayR II Soper and family wore the guests of the widow McCollum at Wnllaccton last Sunday Tho Rev Mr Davis cf Loulsvlllo spoke at the Wallaceton Baptist church last Saturday night Jan 23 In tho interest of tho Anti Saloon League Mrs Suslo Stowo visited her molherInlaw Mrs Will Stowo at Hcrea last Saturday Mr Sam Eden Jr and Miss Rebecca Hornsby were quietly married at tho homo of the bride Jan 14 The Rev Mr Bryant officiated Their many friends wish thorn a long nnd happy llfo There will bo tho largest to bacco crop In Garrard County this year than was ever known In tho history of the county There will bo- no need of any ono Idling around nox summerHamilton 0 LettorIHamilton 0 Jan 28 2S was Tag Day for the Associat ed Charities of Hamilton Everybody1 was requested to contribute to tho pcor The Rev William H Shields of Middletown 0 spoko at tho Y M C A Sunday Dr Dohoney s conducting a revival at the Wood Street Baptist church At the re union of St Johns church last week tho attendance was the largest and a supper was served after which Ihoo was a devotional service Tho revial meeting conducted by Dr Cambron at the Flrsl Baptist church is draw ing large crowds His last Sundays sermon on Snubbing tho Church M Absolutely I r Pure Grapes give Y the chief ingredient if the active principle and healthfulness to i ROYALBAKING POWDERIII J1brolute1y + Insures wholesomee e a cious food for ev- in 2every ho I No No Phosphates Alum was most powerful George R Twist illipoators10f Graduates are admitted to any University In Ohio without any examina tlonSomo churches are planning for tho celebration of the one hundredth birthday of President Lincoln Tho Y W C A will also celebrate Arrangements have been made In this county for a vote on temperance unI dor the Roo County Law Tho Liberty League Is fighting itWll liam Fancy who was found dead over a week ago at Black street bridge was taken by his brother to Bedford Trimble Co Ky for burial Ho was employed at tho C C P Cos mills and belonged to tho Champion Mutual Aid Society which gavo him 150 death benefit IIn an article entitled A Substitute Matrimony In tho February Wo mans Homo Companion Anna Slcoeo Richardson proves con 1ullvoly that the majority of business girls of to day do not marry because the men they might marry do not earn es much money as they do Mrs Richardson speaks with authority sho I has a greater experience than lisps any other woman In JlerISho concludes her article thus Tho business woman of today is achieving financial success at tho sacrifice of domestic content anti maternal Instinct Is It worth whllor hO = t THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN TIlE CITIZEN gives you more then the worth of your money and in growing better all the titniJust compare it with the other newspapers you we You eau get others HS chwip but either theyare not as good or they are not made for the motintniiiHor they do not give HH much Just look at n few of the things we are giving you now NEWS nil the news of the world of this country soul of the state tll tls worth reading All the newn of the mountain that we ran get and more than soy other paper gives 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