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IGI LM n I ee oueeAo4K fe Jquo Mfooo n o O aarn o f1E PUNLISHINO I The Citizen Is Growing Rap 8 IXCOKTOKATKD oreTHE CITIZEN j Idly Let Your Business s ISTAILEY FROST Mnfi s Keep Pace WlthJt By Adver s Zterw Voi M 0- I elait naOmalter o Using ooeo ooo ooeoeO Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People OOOOOOOOOOl I l Vol X Five cents a copyDEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 4 1000 One Dollars year No 86 NEWS Of THE WEEK Drys Winning Indiana a County at a TimeWooley Leaves Prohibition PartyCorner In Wheat Lifts Price It Billy II Sunday Whipped In Church INDIANA GOING DRYU tho Indland Democrats and whiskey ring do not get busy and repeal that local option law mighty quickly It will not do thorn any good While they have been fighting over tho question and a few good Democrats have prevent ed action tho counties have been voting dry one otter another till now there are 43 on the water wagon In only one county where there has been an election have tho wets won WOOLEY QUITS PROHIBITION leading0ytlon candidate for president has announced that he Is done wtlh tho party Ills eyes have been opened ho says to tho tact that tho party In not accomplishing anything and from now ou he will work thru one or both of tho older parties Tho recent fall Ing off In Prohibition party strength at tho time when temperance senti ment was gaining rapidly showed the UBclcsanoes of that party ho says SMALL OIL FINK Tho retrial of tho 129000000 case against tho Standard 011 Co has begun at Chicago I and tho drat round bas resulted in i big victory for tho company The Judgo has ruled that tho trial shall proceed on tho basis that an offence was committed every time payment was made at tho Illegal rate Instead of every tlmo a shipment of freight was made at that rate This will noon that tho fine In the case can Sot bo over 720000 DR CUYLHR DEADDr Theodor L Cuylcr the last of the preacher who made Brooklyn famous as the j City of Churches a fow years ngoi died last week Both as a writer and preacher ho has Bono remarkable work Among the proaohurs associat ed with him In his earlier days were Ileocher and Storrs CORNER IN WHBAT One ot those dastardly speculations the pur j pose of whloh U to force poor people U pay a high prlco for some of tho nccoasarlca of life has been pulled off In Chicago Tills time it Is in May wheat James A fatten haI managed to buy up all tho wheat It will bo possible to market during that month and he Is forcing any body that wants any to pay him Immensely high price for It Wheat has been IU high as 180 a bushel because of this lost REVIVALIST WHIPPED A eratI man attacked tho Roy Billy Sunday tho famous revivalist while ho was leading a service In Springfield 111I last week and struck him several times with a horse whit Sunday fought back and there was quite a time BREAK UP LEGISLATURE TonnesEW is singularly blessed in Its government Just now tho legislature has passed an election reform measure which tho governor vetoed The legislature was about to paw the bill over his veto when a number of the senators skipped out and a vote because there was atprevented They could bo arrest ed and made to appear If they stayed In tho state so they have come over to Kentucky Naturally the governor will not Issue requisitions for thorn INDICTED FOR GAMBLING Special to Tho Leader Richmond Ky Fob 27Clrcult O Court and the grand jury adjourned hero today concluding the February term As a result of tho strong In structions of Judge James M Benton at the convening of court on the gambling situation which ho ordered probed to tho bottom Indictments returned were 128 for gaming eight fbr suffering gaming three for false swearing over gaming two for avoiding process of tho court four for housqbreaklng eight for malicious shooting and cutting sad one for contempt of court making a total of 172 Indictments returned There were only sixtyfive per sons Indicted for gambling but some of them had as many as eight clues against them About twenty of those sixtyflvo It is understood are residents of this city and about ten who who came Into tho town and took occasion to have a game before bay lag and tho remaining thIrtyfive live In Berca and other localities throughout tho county Tho grand Jury also submitted a report of tho findings in general which In part were That tho members had labored un der great difficulty In securing evI- dence upon which to return Indict Con lnurd on fifth Page Iw MANY COMING Crowds will Hear Dr TorroyTalk- of Special Train From the North Who He Is and a Sample of His Sermons There is every Indication that the coming revivals will bo the great est over held In Bcrea and tho an nouncement of Dr Torreys coming has awakened tho greatest interest every where In Winchester for in stance citizens are talking of getting a special train to bring them down for Thursday and tho Rev Dr J J Porter writes that ho hopes to at tend tho whole series of meetings It Is expected that there will be a very largo crowd of visitors in town and full preparations are being mado to receive them Remember the meetings begin Tuesday and lost over Sunday DR TORREYS LIFE Dr R A Torroy tho worlds lead lug evangelist who will begin meetings In Boroa next week Is of New Eng land ancestry his people having come over in tho Mayflower At an early ago ho entered Yale College from which he was graduated at twenty lie entered tho ministry and became pastor at Garretsvllle Ohio From there ho went to Minneapolis where he was In charge of a rescue mis sion for a number of years In looking for a man to take chargo of tho Bible Institute about to be organized in Chicago D L Moody Invited Mr Torroy to como and look over tho situation In 1889 ho was asked to become Superintendent which position ho holds today though ho Is not In active service In the lrIIin that capacity until ho was called evangelistic work by a company who camo from Australia with an urgent request from the people of that country lIe called as his helper Mr Charles M Alexander whom tho people of Boron know They have made several trips abroad visiting Hawaii Australia Japan China India Scotland Ireland and Wales To Dr Torrey more than any one Wile la duo tho starting of Hl9 Srlta movement which resulted in the Welsh revival More recently Dr Torrey has visited Los Angeles Gal where a great awakening oeourod and then to Scranton Pa where it is retorted that 2400 people professed conversion Ho Is now In Mont Alabama whore all tho city iohuichea havo united for a great revival meeting A TORREY SERMON Ho that wlnnoth souls Is wlso Irov xl 30 If I was to go up and down tho streets of Birmingham and ask the different men and women whom I I met Whom do you regard as the wise maul I would get a great variety I of answers But when I turn away from men j with all those discordant answers and look up to God and say Heavenly Father whom dost Thou regard as the wise men there cornea thunder- Ing down from yonder throne of eter nal light this answer Ho that wlnn elh souls la wise Not he that wins i money lot ho that wins jiolltlclal IlOsltionIand amusement In life but wins tho most men and women to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ he manImen In the eyes of is the man that makes soulwinning tho business of hlr life and my main proposition this afternoon Is this that every follower I of Jesus Christ should make tho wlnn Inc of others to Christ the business of his life I know that some of you say I dont believe that I believe that tho statement Is altogether too strong I am going to give you this afternoon six unanswerable reasons why Boulwlnnlng should bo the busI- ness of the life on tho part of every follower of Jesus Christ First ot all soulwinning should be tho business of life with every Christ ian because that is tho work that Jesus Christ has commended us to do When tho Lord Jesus Christ left thin earth Ho loft His marching or ders to the Church You will find them In Malt xxvlll 19 Go ye In to all the world and make disciples of all tho nations That command ment was not merely for tho first twelve disciples It was for every fol lower of Jesus Christ In every age of the Churchs history If you will take tho book of Acts you will see very plainly that in the early Church every Christian considered that tho great commlcslon to make disciples to win souls was for himself For ex Continued on fourth page rm DK K A TORRKV rJ1eg+ eat ewnRcH rho will hold nmting in litre next week PLAN FOR THE TORREY MEETINGS- No one who can possibly hear Dr Torrey in the meetings here acknowledgedleadercessful bearer of Gods message of salvation to men Probably no other man of our time is able to ranch and bring blessing to so large a part of his hearers No man whether n Christian or not should disregard any mea sage from God Dr Torrey is more likely to give us such a mes sage tliitu is any other living man HR words are precious and it is a rare chance which has made it possible for Berea to share in the work ho is doing It is an opportunity which cannot come more than once in ti lifo time It is au opportunity which never ministryhasothers The blessings that message brings have been more widely scattered thru him than thru any other man now living Come and join UH Hear the message and share the blessing TIME FOR A ROTEST For a good many years now there have been three men who have CongressThesomoral obligations and the fear which they have inspired in the men they deal with have had absolute control of all national laws Their Theyhavenot asked whether it would be good for the people They have made laws to suit their own sweet whim and the business interests with which they were identified They have opposed almost every re peoplehavely believed that they were right and tho people wrong the fact re mains that they have disregarded what they knew was the peoples will These three men are Joseph G Cannon Sereno E Payne and John Dalzell They are not chosen by the people of the United Stateson ly by three very small groups of people One of them was years ago entrusted with special power by Congress because under the great countryitspeakerCannonfrom getting a bill thru Congress thus he forces members of Con gress to obey him unless they are willing to go back and face their constituents with a record of hl1ving accomplished nolhing for the dis trict In this way he has kept himself in power thru fear Those that have disobeyed him have been punished they have had to go to their electors with n record of no bills passed and most of them have stayed hone after that He found the power larger than he could manage alone so he has given part of it to Payne and Dalzell Those three rule Congress and they are more powerful than all the rest They can even prevent any other Congressman from ever being able to speak a word on the floor of the House and not a single bill goes thru except by their kind permission These men may mean rightbut that is not the way of doing things iu which wo believe in this country Naturally they like it for it gives them all the power and their districts like it for those districts get all the best of things But the rest of the country suffers and the rest of the country has absolutely no voice in what laws shall be stoppedAnd at last a chance to stop this unrepublicaa proceeding There aro almost enough congressmen who are against Cannons system not against the man but in favor of making him give the rest of the county a hearing there are almost enough of such Congressmen to win Another vote or two will make the difference and if those votes can bo won before March 15 when the now Congress meets wo shall have represenative government again Every voter has some influence with his Congressman each Congressman may help the good work and so every man with a vote has tho power to help this fight for fair play A letter to the Con gressman whoever he is and of which ever party will help a lot for each such letter will nutko it harder for the Congressman to vote against the will of tho people The Congressman is going to do what ho thinks is the safest for him If he thinks Cannon is more dangerous than his constituents he will obey Cannon If ho thinks tho voters are awake and demand that ho do his duty he will obey them Every patriotic voter ought right now to help make his Congressman know that the voters are wide awake and tired of the threemau rule Write to day Old Heads on Young Shoulders Our children are growing more In dependent It Is not tho fault of the parents nor of tho children wo are not careless and they are not ungrate ful The conditions of Ufo are respon slblo for tho modern youthFn milieu Zeltung Vienna These Women A woman gets ono dozen pint bot tles of beer ten fivecent cigars a loaf of rye bread and a dimes worth of ohcoso anti bologna calls It a Dutch lunch Invites 15 men as a surprise on her husband and then leaves them to themselves expecting them to get real tough Atchlsori Globe r IN OUR OWN STATE Record Breaking Storm Work for Pure Seed for FarmersGovernor Willson Helps Free Press Rock castle Man Shoots Wife Hargis Surrendered IT RAINED SOMEThe big rain storm which came along just before The Citizen went to press last week was one of the worst that has ever been seen here The details as they come in show that the amount of water that fell was very unusual and the damage done was great During 24 hours according to the Lexington weather bureau enough water fell to make a covering three and four tenths Inches deep all over the state This was 81000 gallons or 339 tons an acre Figure how much water fell on your farm All the streams were greatly swollen and In many places bridges were washed out railroads were tied up and vast damage done Naturally there was a big business in the timber products along the rivers One death is known to have been caused by the rafting that of Will Creech son ot Joe Creech of Island City Ows ley County He was ground to death between a raft and a tree which lay across the stream The other men on the raft jumped over the tree South of here there was more damage and in Tennessee thirteen people were killed Great damage was done by the flood along tho Ohio river the tide being one of the worst in years MURDER CHARGE Four brother Sherman Nathan Zach and Pearl Blanton of Harlan County have been taken to the London jail charged with murdering Richard Blanton in Harlan County on Feb 3 PRESS MUST BE FREEGover- nor Wlllson in pardoning the Louisville Herald on a conviction of libel found because of some of its remarks on Judge Thomas B Cook declar ed last week that tho freedom of the press Is of the greatest importance and that the circumstances did not justify limiting It so that it could not give the people tho needed Information about public affairs AFTER IMPURE SEEDSrComrals slonor of Agriculture RAnkin has is sued a letter to tho farmers of tho state asking them to cooperate with him In stamping out the sale of adulterated seed He asks all to send him samples of the seeds they buy and ho will havo them analyzed so that farmers can be sure and not plant weed seeds SHOOTS WIFE There was great excitement at the Brush Creek sta tion on the L N a little south of Berea last Saturday when John Drew a prosperous farmer ran into tho crowd there ancashot his wife She was about to start on a trip to her mothers in Wisconsin and he did not wish her to go GETS 99 YEARSMrs Amelia Allen was sentenced last week at Jackson Brcathltt to ninetynine years In the penitentiary for the kill ing of Mrs Fannie Tutt SCHOOLS DO BETTER The last year has been a tine one for the shools of Kentucky according to reports which are being mado to State Superintendent Crabbe He says there was an increase of nearly fit teen per cent in attendance W R DAY CONVICTEDWaller- It Day State Treasurer in the Taylor administration was convicted last week In Jackson Brcathltt of tong ing the name of his undo to a 4000 note and was sentenced toI one year He will appeal the case BEACH HARGIS AGAIN Beach Hargis the famous has been taken by his bondsmen to Irvine and turn ed over to the authorities there to hold till his next trial He was arrest ed after a four days spree in which he is alleged to have tried to kill his cousin He Is said to have got loaded up on bad whiskey prepar atory to tearing up the patch con siderably NOTHING BETTER THAN WORK Recently a man wrote the New York Times saying that he was a little more than fifty years of age and having worked all of his life to acquire enough money to make him Independent and having succeeded he had retired and was now trying to make himself happy with noth ing to do Ho passed five hours a day in reading three hours in ex- ercIse and eating which left him eight hours which ho found it hard to dispose of His letter was in the nature of a lament His bubble had burst What he had dreamed of be ing able to do all his lIfo had come true and was an empty vanity Foolish man The Independence that money brings with It is the least of all our Independencies From March Farm Journal I THINGS TO THINK OF OUT OF THE GINGER JAR He who pursues two rabbits will succeed in catching neither Men who spend all they make of ten dont make all they spend Adam had a right to think his wife was the moat beautiful woman in the whole world The foolish man can ask twice as many questions as the wise one can answerEight drams make an ounce but often halt that number will make a man foolish and disreputable spec tacleMany a man has paid a lawyer 5 and 10 for poorer advice than his wife would willingly havo given him JournabIN WASHINGTON All Ready for Inauguration of Taft Congress Rushing Work at Last of SessionPresident Roosevelt Wlni nlng Final Fights Our Weeklyt ter Washington D C March 1 1909 The 4th of March inauguration Daythe farewell to Roosevelt and tho welcome to Taft these are the interests which are overshadowing all lse in the Capitol City now The grand vista of Pennsylvania Avenue is already a mass of color with the nags and decorations for Thursday Mr Taft is back in town waiting for he day and President Roosevelt is working farewell Cabinet meetings larewell messages and farewell sen sations for every ounce of sentiment possible The big Taft automobiles have already become a feature of he Washington streets They are hugo affairs luxuriously finished six cylinder 48 horse power and emblazoned with the crest of the United States of America Tho writer yes terday saw Mr Taft narrowly escape running down a couple of well dress ed young ladles In one of them The girls were fluttered and almost pleas ed at the adventure and Mr Taft b from the back seat of the big tonneau ave them one of the famous Taft unites Aside from the coming change of administration the chief feature recently has been the rapid and appar qntly reckless passage of the great appropriation bills by Congress in the last days of Its session When one billion dollars Is spent without heed by Congress In one of Its short sessions there being no River and Harbor Bill and no Public Buildings DUI and the deficit during the past seven months has already passed a hundred million and will reach two hundred before summer It would appear that a country which is undergoing hard times might well call a halt on its legislators The present Congress has spent about two and a quarter billions in both sessions Unless there is a change three billions will be spenthwithin the next two years At same time the revenues are falling off steadily It Is proposed to tax coffee beer bank checks and busi ness incorporations It Is also pro posed to Issue bonds and shut our extravaugance off onto our children of the coming generation Undoubt edly we will have to begin going Into debt for the Panama Canal Instead of paying for it as we make it which wo have done up to this time SAVES IN WRONG PLACE The exasperating thing Is that in cases where Congress does try to save It seems always to select the wrong thing It cannot raise the Presidents glary 50000 and yet is giving 137000000 for battleships A single gun on one battleship it 1 fired 25 times wastes as much money as would provide for the Increase In the Presidents salary Another slrlk ing Instance Is that of the various commissions appointed by tho President which have done so much good for tho country during the past few earsThe National Conservation Commission The Chemist Commis sion The Fine Arts Council and the like 100000 would easily cover the expenses of continuing these bodies but Chairman Tawney oB tho Appropriations Committee fought like a desperate man to prevent the grant- Ing ot It yesterday Yet the creek which bears tho name of Delaware River Is going to bo dredged to a depth of thirty feet to allow ocean vessels to go farther up It at a cost of millions of dollars simply be cause J Hampton Moore the Rep resentatlvo who wants this done happens to have wormed his way Into Uncle Joes good graces Tho famous Contlnuedon Fourth Pale i NITS effort to stop the appalling orgies to djs c of lire In the coal mines of cover some I Iloss country tho United States method by is meeting with which this dust can be I 0 much success For several prevented from being a VZJrmonths an experiment station serious menace to thft under tho direction of the tech miners Experiments In j nologlc branch of tho United wotting It have been go States geological survey has ing on for somo time been in operation at Plttsburg Pa with tho pur but nothing of a very pose of discovering the causes of mine disasters definite nature has as and suggesting a remedy yet been learned unless Along with establishment of this station and it is tho fact that the the agitation which preceded the necessary legis coal dust docs not ignite lation there has been a falling off In the number whoa there la a great of deaths In ttao coal mines for tho year 190S and amount of moisture In Il while tho official figures have not yet been ob Every effort Is being tamed it is stated that tho number of deaths made at the station to will bo several hundred less than In 1907 which come as closo to the was an unusual year In December 1907 four conditions in a mine as Ih tL1P explosions took the lives of 700 men one of them at the Monongah mine In West Virginia being the greatest mining disaster in the history of this country There were 15G victims During 1908 there Nero but two accl dents in which tho loss of life was very heavy ono In January at the lUinna mine In Wyoming with a loan of 70 mon tho other November 28 at the Marianna mine In lennslanlaIwhich resulted In 151 Already at tho experiment station two discoveries hare boon mad which will tend to decrease tho numjber of deaths in the mines been demonstrated that a number 01 th arcVanything but safe In fact tho state meat is made that with the present explosives used in mining the miner takes his life in his hand every time ho touches ort a fuse It Is tho purpose of tho government to continuo theso experiments until tho explosives of tho country are standardized In such a manner that the miner will have a definite Idea what these ox plosives win do After Uio government has gone far enough In Us experiments a bulletin will bo issued recom mending as permissible explosives such na stand tho test The facts learned concerning thoso ex plosives win be called directly to tho attention of tho state mining bureaus as well as the oper ators Perhaps tho most important and far reaching experiments so far at the Htatlon nre those In which It has been definitely shown that coal dust is an explosivo equally as dangerous as tho dead ly lire damp This has boon a mooted question among mining engineers and miners alike both Insisting that It Is Impossible to explode coal dust unless thoro Is gas present That the coal dust 4 will explode in tho mlno whore there Is no gas has been repeatedly shown to several hundred operators and miners at tho testing station The exports at the staUon arc now bending their en t possible Tho tests of various dynamites and powders used In blasting coal aro being mado In a mammoth boiler plate cylinder which has previously been filled with gas or cool dlst Tho cyl inder is 100 feet long and six feet In diameter Safety valves havo been placed all along tho top and are left unfastened In such a manner that whenever there is an explosion tho valves fly open on their hinges A series of portholes on the side covered with one half Inch glass enables these conducting the experiments to witness the results from nn observation house CO feet away An explosive mlxturo of fire damp and air or coal dust and air Is pumped into tho cylinder and the explosive which is to bo tested is shot into It from ono end of tho cylinder so that the flamo goes right Into tho fire damp or coal dust Natural gas is used at this station for tire damp because It corresponds very closely to this deadly gas Tho cannon in which tho explosives aro placed in fired by electricity from the observation house which Is parallel with the cylinder itself These Investigations are expected to nccom plish a double purposo not only a reduction In the number of men killed In the mines but also u living of tho waste In mining coal Tho uso of Improper explosives as well as the Impropor use of suitable explosives it results annually In tho wasto of great amounts of coal Tho uso of too high charges in blasting or the uso of un necessarily violent explosives shatters much good coal converting fuel Into dust which may itself be explosive and become productive of much fur they damage Such explosions often Jooson tho roof of a coal mine which may fall later to bo wasted or produc live of fatal accidents In Addition to tho actual experiments in testing explosives Important expert meats are being made In rosette work Ono part of the station has been fitted up as a miniature coal mlno This Is a largo elasponcasod airtight room which contains difficult passages such as are found In coal mines There nro also various obstructions similar to what would bo found In amino after It had been wrecked by an explosion also dum mine weighing 150 to 200 pounds representing asphyxiated miners This room Is filled with deadly gas and a rescue corps of men who arc being trained In tho work enter dally clad In helmets which supply thorn with oxygen whllo they work Tho men remain In this chamber for two hours removing ob structions picking up tho dummies plac Ins them on stretchers and carrying them away There la also In tho room a machine which records tho amount of work a man may bo expected to do while wearing ono of these helmets i Onehalt of tho large building in which this rescue room Is located Is used as an auditorium and covcral hun In drod miners and onerators watched the rescue drill through tho largo glass windows which separate thb auditorium from tho gas mind chamber Although there has been but little opportunity so far for the rescue corps to demonstrate its ef ficiency at the mines still it has dono some good work Once tho helmeted men while fighting a mlno tire succeeded In bringing an unconscious man to a place of Bafoty where ho was given oxygen treatment and recovered his senses in a short UmoIt IB not the Intention of the United States government to famish rescue corps whenever there Is a disaster Tho present corps was organnoa with the idea of encouraging tho mine owners and miners themselves to form such organizations Invitations havo been Issued to operators through out the country to send picked men to tho export ment station whore they may watch the govern mont rescuers at work and later go through tho same training themselves In ordor that they may gain tho necessary confidence In tho use of theso helmets Already a number of tho large mining companies have taken advantage of this invitation and aro organizing rescue corps at their mines fully equipped with oxygen helmets- In 1907 more than 3125 men were killed In tho coal mines of the country a death rate of 480 for every 1000 men employed This is from three to four times as many men per thousand as are killed in any coal producing country of Europe where experimental stations such as tho ono In Plttsburg have bcon In operation for several years Full Beards for Farmers Tho protection of farmers and others who Bro ex posed to tho boat n great deal U a serious and dim cult matter Cancer is on the increase and farm ers furnish a largo proportion of tho cases many of them being duo to tho direct effects of sunlight on the face and bands A full beard for the farmer Is most desirable for his protection SKINNY GOT EVEN FAT MANS MIRTH BROUGHT TO A SUDDEN END Things Moved When This Particular Worm TurnedAlways Well to Know Just with Whom You Are Joking Tho thin man waited on tho corner for the car Ills overcoat was tightly buttoned across his narrow chest and Its collar jutted out behind like tho rim of n funnel Ills hat was pulled down until It rested on his cars and looked as though It had boon Intended for somo ono with a head four slzon larger than his Ills eyes worn red and his nose was blue and his tnua tacho was about half Icicles with his frozen breath Under oath arm beheld An assortment of packages which ho was going to take downtown with himThe fat man came blustering along and stood on tho corner also His overcoat was thrown open to tho wind The thin man looked at him with eyes that had tho appearance of two shoo buttons Tho fat man looked at tho thin man and n wide joyous smile stretched It eolf across his features Somo snow alnt It 1 ho shouted jovially his fat sties shaking as he contemplated tho hunched over atti tudo of tho thin man Somo wind tool Wow Aint she n corker Dont you like It Why dont you learn to like It S long as wovo got It wo mlht M well like It huh Gee Youro a eight you are You look lIko a ton cent thermometer you do Wish you could see yourself standing there with thoso bundles in your arms I bet your fingers are BO cold they burn your glovos And your nose say It look llko a spoiled pickle And look at your hat Say tho snow Isnt doln a thins but slldn ort It and down your coat collar Well you are a sight to behold Ha ha Ho hot HI hit He shook and shook and laughed and laughed until ho had to lean against tho lamp post to support him self and nil tho time tho thin maws eyes grow redder anti his noso grow bluer and his taco grew whiter until Ow Ow Wlmzzamattcrl yeller the fat tuna as the thin man suddenly kicked his feet from under him and with a eldowlso scrape of his own toot shoveled a lot of snow into tho tat mans eyes and ears after he fell Tho conductor of tho car that stopped at tho corner at that moment wondered somewhat why a largo fat roan was scrambling about In tho snow looking for cigars and pencils and things and why a shriveled thin man with red eyes and a bluo nose and both arms laden with bundles smiled merrily all Ito way down town although the other passengers wore do rounding that tbo car have more heat Chicago Evening Post Suggests Lunch Menus A young woman a publlo school teacher In a New York suburb haaIformed a lunch club for tho moth of her pupils to assist them In putting up suitable school lunches for their children She noticed that thq majority of her pupils brought a tow cents to school each day and with the money bought their lunch at a ihop near by As a rule they bought the very things they should not have One dell cato little girl made her lunch on three pickles and a roll anothur on two chocolate eclairs fur whlcn she paid lye cents and a boy who seemed to have n healthy appetite would get a ham sandwich The teacher believing tho trouble to bo Ignorance rather than laziness has prepare a series of short talks to mothers on too need of good food for the growing child Sho will also glvo reclpos and suggests lunch menus show how the lunch boxes may be packed attractively and when necessary teach tho way tho various dishes should bo cooked Mole Tequop CoL Hugh It Scott superintendent of West Point Is credited with being morn familiar with tho life and per sonality of tho American Indian than any other living man Col Scott has had tho confidence of tho Indians with whom ho camo Into contact ever since the day of his first service In the army at Fort Abraham Lincoln Dakota He was appointed a lieutenant at that post In June 1870 In tho round of garrison duty guarding n cattle trail through tho Comnnchn reserva Ion and regulating sooners on pub lic lands ho made so thorough a study of Indian customs nnd languages that ho became the best versed whlto man In tho Intertribal flgn language by which tho Indian tribes speaking different languages communi cate To the red roan Col Scott became Molo Toquopthe man who talks with his hands Hamptons Magazine Same Old Style of Cooking Prof Snag Strange theres boon no Improvement made In cooking In the last 2000 years Now down at my marching houso this morning I had a steak broiled In the regular Poinpolan typeRoggsIompelan stylo How do you mean ProtoSnnggsWhy scorched to n hider on ono side and covered with ashes on tho other A Color Tragedy Why does Miss Fashlonplato look so black I think It Is because aba Is blue over the yellow outlook for her pink tea 11be t r z 1 ww I SOWING TO THE WIND A True Story from Life of a Man Who Failed C N Uroadhurst tells tho following story lit the Homo Herald and declares that It Is strictly truo lie says Mr Georgo Smith was tho loading met chant of the city of M ills big department store wan woll mamigod and largely patronized It was n corn mon saying among his friends that Smiths store was n gold mlno which was making him rich Ho aspired to bo tho wealthiest man In his city n municipality of a little moro than 7000 population An Increasing desire to bo tho citys next mayor was also n burning ambition of his life Ho ranked high in religious clroles mitt was president of tho official board of the church to which ho belonged Mr Smith had n model family Mrs Smith was a brilliant nnd nccom plished woman admired by her largo a J circle of friends Sho was also very fI active anti efficient In both church and temperance work Tbelr two dill urea John n fine young man of 19 and Mary 17 mill beautiful hall just graduated with honors from the high schoolTen saloons whoso rovonnn flowed into tho municipal trcasurynm whoso stream of destruction swept Into tho homos nnd lives of a largo number of Its Inhabitants woro thoroughly Intrenched In M A local option election was to occur Tuesday- At the breakfast fable In the Smith home Tuesday morning Mrs Smith suggested to liar husband the proprie ty of advising his corps of clerks who possessed the right of suffrage to go to the polls and vote In tho Interest of temperance I certainly shall do OB you sug goat said tho husband Reaching his office In the rent store building Smith sat down In the chair at his desk and throw himself back In a restful position Just then tho office door opened and Tom Jones tho loader of tho political party with which ho was tenaciously affiliated stood by his sldn Smith said Jones sympathetical ly I have tried to place myself In your position and study thin quontlon from your viewpoint and tho Invaria bye conclusion at which I arrlvn Is that If this town goes local option today your loss financially will bo immense and politically you aro ruined You hnv roachod tho golchmIopportunity of your lira If only Improve It your political anti financial Ideals can bo realized You are so you told mo tho other day trying to buy a stock of goods from n merchant In tho town of 8ten miles from here Take Foster and flack two of your clerks with you to help Inspect the stock Thoy will both vote dry If they stay Leave on tho nine oclock train with tho undiir ntftiullng that you nro to return on thn train that arrives hero at threo this afternoon Accidentally miss that train Your next train will arrive here at eight The polls close at six Tho drys will tono three votes and the wets will win the day And Tom Jonec tho party boss left the office The polls clotted at four and by sovon oclock tho votes worD all countod and It wan discovered that the saloons bar won tho victory by only one vote Mrs Smith with tho W C T U adios had worked hard all day and only returned to her beautiful subur ban homo at the closing of tho polls When the telephone brousttt her tho messapo as to the result of tho den ion she sat down In a largo rocking chair and wept na If her heart would break At this time John came Into his mothers room Mother be said I want to tnko sister driving this evening The eight oclock train Is reported halt an hour late so wo will have plenty of time to go for n goal drive before wo go to the station to drive father homo With your consent I will tnko tho black 6team and tho carriage v Certainty replied his mother tho drive will do you both good Tho saloons and their supporters wore mad with excitement crazed with rum John I am afraid tho horses will run away they are getting scared Can you hold them I think so ho answered an he wrapped tho lines around his hands and gave them a harder pull Just then a drunken man drew a revolver from his pocket and fired It in tho air This so frightened tho horses that they became unmanageable John entangled In his lines was dragged and beaten Into a shapeless pulp against tho brick pavement Mary was Instantly killed by tho collision The minister was at tho train to meet tho belated train nUll break the Rwfufnawa to the stricken father Oh my God IR It true he ox Maimed Ho wont home n brokenhearted niatvand when months later the moil nation for mayor was offered him ho exclaimed Mayor 1 would not accept tho office under nay consideration I am forever openly and publicly on the Bide of temperance and right I vol untarily placed tho bursa of rum on this city on my home because I reused to vote I have sowed to the wind und have reaped the whirlwind I o r I711k11 1DJIfg g UK first sketch shows a very stylish costumo In Aubcrglno Amazon cloth T the long hlKliwalstcU skirt IB perfectly plain and hangs very gracefully Thn dlrcctolro coat Is handsomely braided In black and has rovers of black r velvet tho sleeves nro long and perfectly tight find aro braided at the n wrist Tho coat fastens Invisibly over tho left side lint of Auborglno stretched silk trimmed with feathers Materials required Eight and onehalt yards cloth 48 Inches wide one third yard velvet C yards coat lining bluoie are sown as toF lino Tbo coat Is sowl fitting and has tho sleeves cut in ono with tho oodlco 1 + part the fronts arc cut In steps and edged with braid of tho same color braid also edges tho other parts of tho coat lint of bluo felt trimmed with f it Uowcra and ribbon Materials required Seven yards ergo 40 Inches wldo C yards braid 4k I yards coat lining ROLLERS PROLONG LINEN LIFE Hint for Care of Dainty Trifles Dear to Feminine Heart All the pretty centerpieces buffet bureau and table covers can bo kept so mud moro perfectly In linen clofr eta and sideboard drawers It rolled round n sufficiently long pasteboard x roll Tho regular nulling caso or tube will 1111 tho bill if it Is of tho length required A dainty and wash able cover for It can bo made tube t shaped of white linen Into which tho roll should bo slipped Ono end of It r may bo permanently drawn together F Wild the open end arranged with a cas i tug and tape to clone after tho roll rs Is replaoed On this should bo rolled all of tho embroidered and lace pttrimmed covers as soon oa they como laundry and before they have boon folded Ono mntron tell of a roll on the wall of the butlers pantry This la a dovico for linen in dally use but be cause of what Howclla so aptly calls t tho Invasive pervasive dust tbo permanently arranged roll could not bo recommended for freshly laundered linens PRETTY CLOTH WAIST Pretty waist of wlnocolorod cloth or cashmere made with plaits and a scal loped yoke which furnishes tho little plastrons The edge and tho buttons and but tonholes ore of satin of thu same shade as aro also the cravat and glr dloThe long tight al eves aro trimmed to correspond Hats of Pearls Paris has given its approval to the Uny Ultto headgear mado of imitation barbinfo pearls and finished with a bunch of flowers at tho sldo The managers ol tho theaters allow them to keep an these hats though they will not permit any other kind Tho pearls are strung on wire and rondo a lattice work something like a Jiille cap and worn over the top of ihti head Jet beads of varied sizes aro alwivused for them with a I I theAida BLACK SHOE THREAD IS BEST Excellent for Fastening Millinery Ornaments In Place When trimming a bat the great problem is how to fasten the orna ments in place Fine thread and needles do not seam to bo adequate for tho purpose and In fact they not Tho best thread to use Is blac shoo thread and tho best needle is socalled glovo ncodlo ono with threesided point that may bo run easily through almost any substance With these two allies at hand It is not so very difficult to sew whateve- Is required but It Is worth while to mention the different sorts of trim mings and how to sew each to the hat says a writer who would cncour ago homo millinery Velvet bows should always be mado with oboe thread and it should be wrapped around tho loop of the bow so It will bo qulto arm It should then bo sewn to the bat with tho same thread and the needle just de scribed Quills and feathers may be attached to the hat In the same way but when tho tips of ostrich plumes muat bo caught and hold at a required angle it is better to uso a very fine black thread and n No 10 needle The stitches are then practically invisible and the result will be very satisfac tory Bandanna Kimonos As this Is n season of vivid colors even room robes and dressing sacques have taken on brilliancy Ono sees less of tho polo blues and pinks always used for theso garments Ono of tho new Ideas is to use the immense cotton handkerchief called a bandanna or rather several of them to make op a abort kimono for room wear Five of these are apt to make c goodlooking garment One should get them In yellow and red with a wide selvedge which does not need a hem or trimming Tho edges are put to gether by ribbon run through button holes and tied In little flat bows on top Toilets of Silken Tissues All toilets of dress and of ceremony are of silken tissues Silk rather left In tho background for BOY eral years Is pursued now with a lovely ardor In plain silks and satins In ottoman with coarse and fine cords crepes and meteors to say nothing of the silkfaced satin cloth and silk cachemlro they present a wonderful variety from which to select a cos tumo Tho draping wrinkling folds of these soft thick stuffs In their colors show changing lights like those of precious stones or reflect the metallic glow of silver gold and bronze From a Paris Letter to Vogue Fashion for Yellow Little by little golden yellow Is be coming ono of tho favorite colors o tho year It shows well under electric light and Is usually becoming It Is now dyed with a golden sheen that carries out tho prevailing fashion for gold In everything 811k Irish Lace Paris is now using the shamrock and Limerick laces crocheted In coarse silk They aro quite good look tog and are dyed to match the blouse as most all laces have been this who terry FEW OPPORTUNITIES IN CHINA Learned Professions Offer Little In ducement to Foreigners There are three professions In par ticulur which are attracting tho atten lion of foreigners in China said Dr B M Perkins of Shanghai in a recent interview Dr Perkins has been in China over ten years and is in tho Uni ted States on a vUlt to friends and relativesThose three professions aro law medicine and dentistry Tho Chinese people have had all three for ages but their practice hoe been different from that In other lands and it will bo some time before Chinese competition In any of them will bo felt except through foreign training and as a result of the efforts of foreigners Chinese medical men have not been in very good standing among their own people for many years Chlneso dentists havo cone more than their fellows In the medical line and all things considered Chinese dentistry whllo it cannot compare with modern dentistry as practiced in America and Europe especially in tho former is far above what might havo been expected There aro no requirements for admission to tho bar in China for tho reason that there is no bar Each consular court has its rules for admis sion and when an attorney Is allowed to practice in ono court It la taken as an international discrimination It any other consular court does not extend like courtosy There is but a limited field for tho law in China at best and most of it is already occupied by men who aro well established whose business is protected by the intense conservatism of tho dominant British It can safely be sold that there is little to encour ago a young man entering upon the practice of law In a Chinese port Unless ho is able to buy his way into an old established firm his struggle for business Is fully as keen as it would have been at home and he has neither tho field to work In nor the restrictions to guldo him and protect him from mistakes as ho has at homo Womans Pen Picture of Jackson I shall see him I thought the brave the intrepid tho Invincible Jackson I shall now be gratified with a sight of tho bravo Tcnncssocan whoso valor has secured forever tbo honor of this state I was devouring Coun selor Phillips speeches In a corner when I heard a loud cry Gen Jack son comes Running to my window I saw him slowly walking up tho hill between two gentlemen his aids Ho was dressed In a blue frock coat with oqualcts a common hat with a black cockade and a sword by his side He Wyattskpuat fineashaped and his features not some but strikingly bold and determined Ho appears to be about fift ordignity about language pure and fluent and be has tho a pearance of having kept tho bee company lIe related many hardships endured by his men but never breathed a word of his own From Life and Times of Anne Royal by Sarah II Porter Plans to Cure by Music That healing by music will ulti mately bo accepted as tho panacea for hundreds of cases of disease which now baffle physicians Is the belief of a Boston woman Miss Christine Brown who has founded a new health cult in that city The secret of cure lies entirely in sweet melodious and seductive strains of music she says Musical harmony is a fundamental law of th- Inner o self To bo well our bodies must not only be In tuna with tho self within but in accord with external conditions I believe that music act entifically employed in prisons and asylums for tho demented will eventu ally become the means of reforming criminals and will result loa steady decrease In the thousands who now crowd tbo insane asylums It Is not necessary that a person should pos seas an artistic sense or that n suf ferer should even havo a musical ear to obtain tho beneficent effects of bar many A Poor DollarsWorth Im inclined to believe in fortune tellers said the little grass widow and would If It hadnt been for ono I saw up in Sixth avenue I gave her a dollar and she began to toll mo what a fine husband I had and how happily I was married and what good fortune was coming to me But it isnt true I Interrupted her 1 have a husband but ho is In England and I am here and he never has supported me and I never expect to live with him again Never want to All those fibs sho was tolling ru and my dollar gonol Give mo another dollar she said and Ill tell you some more But not for me What did she take me torrNew York Press Business Reasons That ninth Juror held out firmly tho brainfrenzied hefDont you know the reason 7 No what was IU Ho belongs to a nubllshlng firm ol legal books and lo wasnt going to Indorse any unwritten law business Progress now aro you gutting along at you Browning club Oh beautifully We talk about Browning every now and then Cleveland Leader a Aeneas and- DorcasSondty School Lassos for Mardi 14 1909 Specially Arranged for ThIs Paper LESSON TEXTActs 9714 Memory tepees 40 41- GOIDEN TEXTAnd Peter wild un to him Aeni AB Jesus Christ maketh thee whole arteo and make thy bed And he arose Immediately Acts 931 TISII3 33 or 40 A D Three years aft er the last lesson Intervening events The conversion of Soul of Tarsus Ills absence In Arabia three years that 117 IS Ills return to Damascus Ills visit to Jerusalem Acts S1M1 and departure to Clllct- a1LACEq Lyddn now Ludd M miles northwest of Jerusalem In the Plain of Sharon the old Philistine country 2- Joppa now Jaffa the chief seaport of Palestine and especially of Jerusalem now connected with It by a railroad 31 miles long Hero Dorca and Simon tho tanner lived- Comment and Suggestive Thought V 31 Tho story of the conversion of Paul Is passed over at this time to bo taken up in tho next quarter when we begin tho second division of the Acts lie work of St Paul To dwell on that great event hero would Interrupt tho course of the history and Is especially flitlngln connection with tho beginning of life career Then had tho churches rest Ole and II V peace throughout tho whole province of Palestine consist Ing of Judea and Galileo and Sa maria A bitter persecution followed the martyrdom of Stephen It may have lasted two or three years The Occasion of tho Peace was tho trouble that fell upon the Jews In a conflict with tho Roman authorities They were so occupied with their own affairs that they had no time to perse cute the Christians Growth by MUltlpllclltlonTho result of this dally life showed itself In their rapid Increase they were multi plied There are two ways to be multiplied In numbers and in qual ity and value Tho disciples rapidly increased in numbers and tho aggre gate of churches was greatly enlarged Then each addition of zeal of knowl edge of wisdom of virtue of spirit uality multiplies tho value of each disciple and of tho church Every ad ditional gift or virtue or talent in a man Is not merely so much added to him but Is a multiplier for It in creases tho value of each and every other gift Add capital to labor and both are multiplied Add common sense to genius and tbo man Is multi plied many fold Add to these consa cratlon zeal grace and love and multiply him many fold more One note is a sound add n score or two more and you have an anthem Ono color no matter how beautiful is monotonous add other colors and you have a cathedral window V 32 Peter passed throughout all quarters Peters first homo missionary work was In connection with John ferre the village of Samaria on tho way Now tourtGospel and healing the sick as his credentials and as illustrating tho spirit and nature of the Gospels ing and encouraging and teaching th now churches formed by the perse cuted Christians and keeping them touch with the apostolic church In Jerusalem Tho accounts which fol low may fairly bo taken as specimens of many such Journeys of progress In spection and helpfulness V 32 He came down also to the saints which dwelt at Lydda All Christians were called saints because that was their aim and the character istic of their lives V 33 Aeneas Very nearly tho same nome as Vlrglls hero of Troy Eight years Showing that the cure was miraculous Sick of the palsy Palsy Is a contraction of the word paralysis V 33 Jesus Christ That Is th Messiah Peter guards against bcin thought tho source of the healing Ho draws men not to himself but to the Saviour and shows that Jesus Is still doing the same kinds of work he did when ho was living on earth So tho true preacher or teacher always draws attention not to himself but to hf Lord Maketh theo whole Tho translation raaketh theo whole Is a very expressive term for complete health where every part of the body Is present and In perfect condition Vs 3743 The disciples at Joppa learning of Peters presence at Lydda sent for him to como without delay apparently with some hope that tho unseen Master would work through his disciple Peter a miracle of restoration siich as ho himself had wrought during hu earthly life Peter went and like his master at Capernaum 40 put them oil forth Then be kneeled down and prayed Then with assurance of an answer he turn Taeused Aramaic tho common language the expression would be Tabltha cuml differing but one letter from the Talltha cuml of Mark 541 which he heard the master speak In the sick chamber of Caper naumV Have her his bane to hell her up after she was alive Jesus took Jalrus daughters hand The Teaching of This Slgnl It called attention to tho fact that Jesus whom Peter preached was alive In Heaven 2 That he was tho same Jesus whose storythe apostles were contin ually telling and was able to do the samo wonderful deeds of love he did earthr3 It was a sign of the reality of immortal life beyond the grave splritulil I 5 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS r Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over CO 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 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Samo lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Artthmetio and tho common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for my 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 have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young lava may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is Very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATOFY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Get man Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for tho profession of teaching First to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a flretclast certificate Following years winter and spring terms give tho information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing frco Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money re uceived 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 grunt deficit Is made 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 reprint regulations to protest the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the 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 those with parents in Bcrca llvo in College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It is expected that all will havo a chance to earn aa much as 35 cent i week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents ta one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books ole TIJ7 beeteas warm wrap CooperaIother necessary articles nt cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no teat for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 160 to winter For room furnished fuel lights washing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring BO coats In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when the studcntdepnrts I Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build logs hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our Instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee tor most students is 500 a torm 400 in lower Model Schools GOO In courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses bygWINTER12 weeks 52900In ono payment 2850IInstallment plans first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle ofrterm 900- SPRINGI0 weeks 2250rIn ono payment 2200 sInstallment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle ol term 675ISPRING must cave for farm work 940 N SPRING 7 weeks term for thoso who must leave for teachers ex aminations 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance Is made for any fraction at a week I t On room or on any special expenses nu allowance for any un u pored traction of a month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental Fee when ono teat before tho middle of tho term a certificate Is given allowing a student to apply onehalf the fee for term bt la 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 aa long as possible The first day of Winter term is January G 1909 The first day of Spring term Is March 26th 1909 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good tiling when they see it and to get a 75centlenife with two- bhtdcsof razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun vain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen rf12S That rings subscriptions illthe time If you have not got it you Might to hue MANY COMING Continued from Flrtt Page ample It you will turn to Acts vlll 4 you will read those words They that woro scattered abroad went every where preaching the Word and thceo thai were scattered abroad were not the apostles but the rank and file the ordinary everyday members of the Church In the second place soulwinning should be the business of life with every Christian because It was the business of life with Jesus Christ Himself What Is It to bo a Christ ian 1 To be a Christian Is to be a follower of Christ What Is It to be a follower of Christ 7 To bo a follower of Christ Is to have the Bamo purpose In life that Jesus Christ had What was Christs purpose in life He himself defines It In Luke xix 10 lie says The Son of man Is come to seek and to save that which was lost The Lord Jesus Christ had Just one purpose in coming down to this earth He had Just one purpose iz leaving the glory of heaven for the shame of earth There was Just one thing He lived for one thing He suffered for one thing He died for that was to cave the lost Is that your purpose Is that what you live for Is that the one great ambition of your life Is that the all absorbing passion of your life If It Is not what right have you to call yourself a Christian It Christ had one purpose In life and you have an entirely different purpose in life what right have you to call yourself a follower of Jesus Christ Jesus Christ says In Matt Iv 19 Follow Me and I will make you fishers of men Are you following Christ are you fishing for men 1 Suppose f had asked at the beginning of this service over follower of Christ to stand up I think that almost every man and woman In this audience would have stood to their feet but suppose I should now ask every follower of Christ to rise how many of you could stand up In the third place soulwinning should be the business of life with every Christian because that Is the work In which wo enjoy the unspeakable privilege of the personal fellowship of Jeans Christ There Is a wonderful promise in this Book one ot the most precious promises that It contains a promise that men and women are quoting constantly I do not wonder that men and women soften I quote the promise What I do wonder at Is that they quote the promise without reference to the context and the condition The promise Is this Matt xxvlll 20 Lo I am with you nlwsy even unto the end of the world Is there a more precious promise than that between the covers of this book Ah but notice the condition You will find it In the pre ceding verso Jseus said Go ye Into all the world and make disciples call the nations and lo I am with you alway even unto the end of tho world In the fourth place soulwinning should be tho business of life with everyone of us because that Is the work In which we enjoy tile lumen of the Holy Spirits presence and I there is nopower Men and women greater blessing than to receive the tiHoly Ghost to be filled with the Holy Ghost to be baptized with the Holy Ghost Oh the Joy of personally receiving and being tilled with and baptized with the Holy Ghost It Is heaven come down to earth But lie ten that blessing is given for a sped flc purpose and can only be had aloe the line of that purpose What that purpose Is Is revealed la Acts 1 8 Jesus says Ye shall receive power after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you and ye shall be witness unto Mo both In Jerusalem and In nil Judea and In Samaria and unto the uttermost parts of the earth The baptism with the Holy Ghost the V gift ot tho Holy Ghost Is given to you and me to make us effective in Gods service There is many a mar who Is prating for the baptism with tho Holy Ghost day after day week alter week month after month yeas after year and getting nothing Why Because ho Is seeking a blessing that terminates in himself You are seek ing Gods blowing but you are not seeking It on Gods line When you aro ready to go out and tell others about Christ as best you can In Gods power when you are willing to go out and plead with mon and women and children to accept the Lord Jesus Christ then and only then can you have the gift of tho Holy Ghost In the fifth place soulwinning should bo tho business of life with every one ot us because it is the work that produces the most bench cent results There Is no other work so beneficent no other work that is for a moment comparable to the work of bringing other men and women to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ To teed tho hungry to clothe the naked to better house the poor j to Instruct the ignorant Is blessed work and I rejoice In all the work of that kind that la being done But men and women to clothe tho naked to feed the hungry to house the poor to Instruct tho Ignorant Is net for a moment to be compared with the t glory the honour and the beneficence of bringing lost men and women to a savlngIfnowledgo of Jesus Christ There Is no work like It Once more soulwinning should be the business of life with every Christian because It Is the work that brings the most abundant reward There Is I another worse which I wish might sink into your heart It is Dan xII 3 They that be wlso hall shine as tho brightness of the firmament and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for over and over Some people want to shine down here Men and women It Is not worth while The brightest otar In any earthly ga lazy will soon fade The brightest star In financial firmament tho brightes- titar in the polltlclal firmament the brightest star In the social firmament how long will they shine Only n few years and then they will go out forever It dont pay to shIne down hero It does pay to shlno up there They that shine up there shall shine as the stars for over and ever Men and women we could not most ot us shine down here If we wanted to but thank God there is not one of us who cant Shine up there There Is only one way to shine up there and that Is by saving the lost by bring- Ing them to a saving knowledge ot Christ Before I close I must tell you a slory About twelve miles from where I live twelve miles from the city of Chicago Is the suburb of Evanston where there Is a large Methodist university I think the largest university ot the Methodist denomination in America at all events a very treat university Years ago before the college had blossoms Into a great university there were many students In It and among them two young country boys from the State of Iowastrong vigorous fellows an- ne of them was a famous swimmer Early one morning word came to the college that down on Lake Michigan just oft the shores of Evanston there was a wreck It proved to be the Lady Elgin The college boys with everybody In town hurried down to the shores of Lake Michigan Off yon der In the distance they saw the Lady Elgin going to pieces Ed Spencer this famous swimmer threw off all his superfluous garments tied a rope round his waist threw one end to his comrades on the shore sprang intake Michigan swam out to the wreck grasped one that was drowning and gave the sign to be pulled ashore And again and again and again he swam out and grasped a drowning man or woman and brought them sate to shore until he had brought to shore a seventh an eighth a ninth and a tenth Then he was utterly exhausted They had built a fire of logs upon the sand lie went and stood by the tire of logs that cold bleak morning blue pinched tremb ling hardly able to stand lie stood before that fire trying to get a little warmth Into his perishing members As he stood there he turned and looked round on Lake Michigan and oft in the distance near the Lady Elgin he sew men and women still strug ring In the water He said Boys I am going in again No no Ed they cried It Is utterly vain to try you have used up all your strength you could not save any body for you to Jump Into the lake will simply mean for you to commit suicide Well he said boye they are drowning and I will try anyhow And ho started to the shore of the lake His companions cried No no- dE no dont try lie said I will and he Jumped Into Lake Michigan and battled out against the waves and got hold of a drowning man that was struggling in tho water And gain and again until he had brought an eleventh a twelfth a thirteenth a fourteenth and a fit teenth cafe to shore Then they pull ed him In throuh the breakers He i could scarcely get to the fire on the beach and there trembling he stood before that fire trying to get a little warmth Into his shivering limbs As j they looked at him It seemed as If the hand of death wan already upon him Then he turned away tram tho fire again and looked over thi lake and as ho looked away oft yonder In the distance he saw a spar rising and falling upon the waves Ho looked at It with his keen- e and saw a mans head above the spar Ho said Boyd theres a man trying to save himself Ho looked again and saw a womans head beside tho mans He said Boys theres a man trying to save hIs wife He watched the spar as it drifted toward the point lIe knew that to drift around that point meant certain death Ho said Boys I am going to help him No no Ed they cried you cant help hln Your strength Is all gone Ho said I will try anyway lIe sprang Into Lake Michigan swam out wearily toward the spar and reaching It he put his hands upon the spar summoned all hlj dying strength and brought that spar around tho right end of the point to safety Then they pulled him In through the breakers and loving hands lifted him from the beach and carried him to his room up In the college They laid him upon his bed made a flro in the grate and his brother Will remained by to watch him for ho was becoming dellrous As the day passed on Will Spencer sat by tho fire Suddenly Will heard a gentle foot fall behind him felt some one touch him on the back he looked up and- there stood Ed looking wistfully down Into his face Ho said What Is It Ed1 ho said Will did I do my best Why Ed he said you saved seventeen Ho said I dldntIi to and him upon it theII sat by the bed and held his hand and tried to calm him In his dellrum All that ho thought about were the men and forIto a watery grave Will sat there and held Eds hand and tried toI calm him Ed he said you saved seventeen lIe said I know It Will I know It but oh If I could only have saved Just one more Men and women let us plunge in You and T stand this afternoon be sldo a stormy sea Oh as we lookout at this tossing sea of life roundabout us on every hand tliere lire wrecks Will you and I sit here calmly while they are going down going down going down going down to a hopeless eternity Men and women let us plunge in again and again and again until ivory last ounce ot strength Is gone and when at last In sheer exhaus tion we tall upon the shore In the earnestness of our love for perish ing men let us cry Oh If I could only save just one more IN WASHINGTON Continued from lint page Wright brothers cannot have their marvellous airship perfected by and for their native county though a few thousands would be all that Is needed to enable them to stay here Instead of giving their services to the French and Germans Time Democrats ore taking advantag of the situation and are righteously posing as guardians oC the nations treasury Tho only consolation seems to bo that tho European nations are in even worse condition and for the same reason namely too much money for Iron killing tools and too little for farming Industry and education PAY FOR COLOMBIA One appropriation made this week by the Senate calls for most earnest approval We are to pay the Central American republic ot Colombia for along Panama from her for the Canal At tho time it was claimed that Panama was freeing herself from Colombia Just as America freed her self from England but the Colombians and many persons In this country thought that It was more like triO case of the southern states trying to break away from the Union In the Civil War It some foreign power had Interfered In the Civil War and made the Confederacy independent the United States would have thought that that power was wrong and un fair in Its action Just so Colombia feels about our taking Panama from her At any rate whether or not Panama faa really struggling for betty every American must le proud that we are standing up under what seems to be a debt ot honor Speaking of the Revolutionary War recalls the fact that Mr McCall ot Massachusetts has this week Introduced a bill to have the site f the wellknown Valley Forge In Pennsylvania preserved as a national charge and marked by the erection of a memoral arch It would seems If Congress could spare 50000 for such a purpose as this but doubt less the amount will be saved to pay part of the bill for chewing tobacco for our navy An Interesting set of facts about who owns tho tobacco produced in the United States was made public on Thursday by Herbert Knox Smith government Commissioner of Corporations Ten men led by James B Duke and his brother originators of Dukes Mixture control practl cally all the tobacco sold In America Recently a small Independent firm In Kentucky sent documents In Washington to copyright the name Antl Trust for ono ot their plug outputs The answer came back from the authorities here This namo already copyrighted by tho American Tobacco Company Ot course tho American Tobacco Company Is Itself the Tobacco Trust A graceful act was done by President Roosevelt this week when lie ordered the namo ot Jefferson Davis put back on tho world renowned Cabin John Bridge Uvo miles up the Potomac which was built under Jeer Davlsa direction as Secretary of War of the United States under Buchanan Davlsa namo was chisel ed off from tho beautiful structure after Davis become President of the Southern Confederacy Its replacement marks another step In tho return ot good fooling between North and South FARMERS UNION IN TOWN Tho National Farmers Union came to town this week to lobby against gambling In futures on tho stock exchange whereby men who do not own a bushel of wheat or a bale of cotton sell vast quantities ot theso commodities In Wall Street Chicago and New Orleans In such a way which makes tho prices rlso and fall to the detriment of tho farmers This new union Is composed mainly of citizens of Alabama Georgia and Mississippi and makes a good ap pearance here Its members were re calved by tho President and by Jas Wilson Secretary of Agriculture but thejaroed against during recent years by financial writers and Its worth IsI open to grave question Nothing willI be done In regard to It at present Tho Senate continues to be tho sceno of lively struggles between the old organization and the socalled soreheads who aro not satisfied that their abilities aro being given proper scope Senator Aldrich stoloI a march on LaFollctto by resolution by which all tho commlttefg will remain the same as now during the coming special session This will give the Senate workers time to get their hands free of business for n spectacular fight If that Is what tho LaFollotte crowd want Senator Duri kett of Nebraska came out In favor of LaFolletto his week Tho plan of the rebels Is to give every titan tin equal amount of opportunity with all the rest no matter whether ho Is capable of doing the work well or notTho Senate Judiciary Committee has been Investigating the Steel Trusts absorption ot the Tennessee Iron and Coal Company which took place a year ago by permission ot the President It has como to tho conclusion that Mr Roosevelt must have been very wicked Indeed to allow such a thing and just as soon as he gets out of office It wont be aCrnhlI to say BO either But just now it Is holding the report up Iirvtho Com mittee while the Democrats are try Ing to get It out onto the Senate floor and have somo fun WHAT IS WHISKEY Whiskey Is Whiskey This Is the decision ot Mr Roosevelt and Attorney General Bonaparte thisI week Anything that Is not whiskey i cannot be sold under the name of whiskey under the Pure Food and Drug Act Buckeye juice diluted ball potash lye wood alcohol and rat poison will henceforth have to lie sold on their own merits and In their own proper characters Hanzo ato of soda which Dr Wiley tho Chief Chemist has been fighting under time law above mentioned will bo allowed to stay Dr Wile seams to have been wrong about this drug which Is used as a preservative In canned goods It is now hold to bo harmless Politics was mixed up in this affair Dr Wiley has many friends among the Congressmen and either ho applied to them or else they voluntarily got behind him and supported him He Is an appointee ot the President who cannot afford to have his men run to Congress for support against him Accordingly Dr Ailey was given a lesson In obedience At least this is tho story that Is whispered but not printed in WashingtonTho sent a message to Congress on the reorganization ot tho Navy transmitting the report of his commission which has been Investigating the matter Probably considerable changes will be made In the management of tho Department soon Tho Presidents order which remov ed the Marine Corps from sea duty and made It like the Marine services ot other countries simply a select body ot Infantry acting under the snit command as the Navy Is apparently to pass unchallenged by Congress Tho Senate wanted to see if it could make Mr Roosevelt back up but the House will not consent to that courses The big bills are all in a fair way to be passed before Thursday and- o chances are that Congress will adjourn with a clean slate This is duo to the fact that it has taken up no general legislation whatever buts merely worked on appropriation bills CORRESPONDENCE Continued from Last rage Btcknells hogs at 4VS and 6 cents There has been a high tide In Red Lick doing quite a lot ot damage washing away fencing fodder etc Brother Winkler tilled his regular appointment here Sunday lIe will hold a few days meeting at tho Parks school house this week Married last week at the home ot tho bride Mr Dave Powell to Miss Myrtle BIcknell They will make their home in Jack BOnMlss Bessie BIcknell and Miss Rhoda Land who have bone attending school at Richmond were visiting here Saturday and Sunday Miss Hazel Blckncll who was In school at Narrow Gap Is home agalnMr Sherman Laud who was nominated for County superintendent of Estill Co was visit- Ing his brother Dr J A Land last week Sixteen persons from mid around Station Camp loft for Blooming ton III last weekD W Gentry Is almost ready to start his mill to cut Ung tics and lumber- OWSLEY COUNT TIIAVKIKUH IlEHT Travelers Rest Feb 26 Will Creech son of J A Creech was Instantly killed near here Wednesday Feb 21 whllo riding a raft of logs on DIg Sturgeon Creek He was caught bow teen a fallen tree across the stream and the raft and crushed to death His remains wore laid to rest In the Gabbard cemetery today A young wife and three children survive hlm1ho streams were fuller here Wednesday morning than they have been In the past year Blalne i Creech moved Into town thin wee- kT E Bother will sell cold drinks hero for tho coming season CLAY COUNTY IIUKIIITHIIADK- BrlghUhnde Fob 25 Oliver Wagers has moved into his new house on tho site of the house burned a year aloM G Higntte of Barbour vllle passed thru here Wednesday his way to Hydcn Married Miss Sarah Hardy and Elijah Smallwood also Mrs Mary Smith and Farmer Smith On account of flooded streams wo have had scarcely any mall hero this week Ana Smallwood Jr hAS rented land from Oliver Wagers and moved Into his neW quarters Miss Roxte Smith ot Spring Creek U paying her sister Mrs Taylor Wag irs an extended visit Frank Wucrs- has bought several logs HKXTONH CHKKK Sextons Creek March 1We are having some spring weather at pro sont There was an unusually lilg tldo In Suxton last Wcdnoaday Corn Is 76 cents per bushel here Tho Rev L P Motcalf and others are planning to hold a series of meetings at the Clark school house this week1 WI Hunter has his yard nowly pales Whooping cough which has boon rag- Ing In this neighborhood for three months has about died out Bill Say lor and wife of Bllltown Owtley Co Islted friends and relative bore Saturday and SundayA fine girl arrived at tho home of Jac Jl Sand lln of Taft a few days ago WRITES ABOUT STILLS The Citizen has received tho fol lowing letter In regard to whUkoy In Jackson County Wo are glad to hear things spoken ot so well tho others ot our friends do not quite afire with this gentleman Wo wish to re markjhowcver that this letter doea not quote The Cltlsen correctly In nothing have wo connected tho while key business with the recent pry mary We have simply stated tho facts as they have been reported to us Each man Is entirely capable of deciding for himself what has cann ed tho change Following Is the letter I1tWred Ky Feb 2C 1909 Dear Editor Somo time ago there was an anti cle charging this county of Jackson of breaking out with lawlessness I I wish to spunk for my County 1 I It ave been waiting for somoono snort capable ot explanlng It to tho people and clearing It up I am a friend and i the statement was since tho Judgus race was passed that there was moon shining and large still worms pass Ing through Jackson County 1 have not hoard or seen any since the disc tlon The statement says they passed I through Jackson County I am truly glad they did pass through You cant keep tho birds from flying over your mead but you can keep them I hair I con from building in your I always speak for my county and I stand back one minute In doling so there are some moonshlnlni doing all the time up here But 1 can show mo a Co dont believe you ear of making whiskey I mn sure quiet times or I wo will have good hope to see them I The Editor gives us a privilege to answer all charges as the news men always do This County Is In good j condition at presentdont see any still worms IVe are having ono ot the warmest primary elections out Success to all Jacob Moore Bird Prisoners A remarkable male of Incarceration la practiced by time bornbills bird with Immense bills and horny crests which Inhabit southern Asia tho Ma layan Islands and central and southern Africa In most If not all species tho brooding female Is walled up In a hollow tree and fed by her mate She remains confined In her prison until the eggs are hatched and in some species until the young birds are able to fly Meanwhile the mother has become temporarily Incapable of flight as she has molted or at least shed all her wing feathers during her captivity But the mile Is indefatigable in providing for his family and Is said to work so hard that ho Is a skeleton at the end of tho brooding season THE MARKE- TDena Prices Apples cooking llCO eating 140 Cabbage Stfc per Ib Potatoes Irsh per bu J135 Eggs per dozen lie Butter per lb 25c Bacon per Ib 813c Ilansper Ib 12V4c Lard per Ib 10cPuro 1214csChickens on foot per lb 9c lions on foot per Iii 9c Feathers per Ib 35c Oats per bu 70o Corn per barrel J360 Wheat per bu 132 Taos No1 L A N StfxGxS 4Gc culls 20c Live Stock Louisville March 3 0J CATTLE Shipping steers 4 CO 6 75 Beef steers 3 00 6 25 Fat bothers and cows 3 00 4 75 Cutters 2 00 300 Canners 100 200 Bulls 200 385 Feeders 300 4 75 Stockors 2 25 4 25 Choice mulch cows 86 00 46 00 eCommon to fair 15 00 35 00 CALVES Best 7 50 8 00 Medium 6 00 7 00 Common 3 CO 5 00 HOGS ICO Ibs and up 6 CO- 13d to 160 Ibs 6 15 Pign 5 15 5 40 Roughs 5 85 down SHEEP Best lambs 5 00 6 00 Culls 300 600 Fat sheep 4 00 down MESS PORK 12 CO HAMS Choice sugar cured light sad special cure lift and lc heavy to medium llcBreakfast bacon IGc Sides 100D- eUtes 13o Dried beef 12c Shoulders 8 o LARD Pure tlercos 10 tub lie pure leaf tierces Me firkins 12J4c tubs 10B- GG8CnMO count 1IIe- DUTTMJlJacklll ICftc creamery 30 Ib tubs 23c prints 294c 6 Ib tubs 40- 10ULTJlYI10f11 ISc roosters Co irringoTR KtOe ducks lie turkeys ICo geese 7o WHHAT No Z red J1S4 OATS New No S white Mfce No S mixed 67 CORN No 3 white lr No 3 mixed 09 Vic RYE Norlhw tern No 2 S5c IChI H The lowest priced good garden catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb IL Kansas City Mo t l FURS WoDuy Hides and Wool ythen Tallow Btnwti Ctottni CoUtn 3adtYGaw8md Mr AppU Wild GInir ele We r dlntnulUn l8SfrOwr htlf natarr in tLouiiviB wludoJetterfoeouth- aash or canuiman torrcKuu Rdcfrnc of lied la LouunSa WriM for w Uf pric list tod Jtpftnf bee riallSnbol t Sons I 229 E Market SI LOUISVilLE KY VING- UEAV WIREs1ROK4 SlpD Fof KAIp ILt ttANSASCfTYMO Very Serious It 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 BLADRAUGHTLiver The reputation or this old roils ble medicine for constipation Ind- igestIon and liver trouble U ly established It docs not firmIother medicines It la better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a larger isle than all othen combined SOLD IN TOWN n I oeoo oooooooooeooooo 0 Berea and Vicinity I ea 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES e e0- eoeoo o o oeoeoea oe08oeooooeoeoeoeoeooooeoe DR BEST DENTIST ortrt rnoxu tea OFFICE OVER POST OPFICfi =Mr Robert Smith and father were In town Friday from Kerby Knob Mrs Kato Tatum returned last week from Lincoln Co whore she had been visiting friends for the past few weeks Mr Andrew Isaacs was In Cincinnati last week on business Lola Dalton has boon quite ill for the past few days Gum Jackson who has boon in tho mountains with his uncle Mr Will Black buying cattle returned home Friday Tho sons of Uncle John Parks I an old colored resident of this place were here last week from Louisville to attend tho burial of their father I pay highest market prices for eggs V Mrs S R Baker 1 A Allen is getting In his horses and carriages for the now livery stable of W F Kldds which will soon be opened for business Mr Will Cult who had been visit- Ing hero for a short time left Thurs day for his home In Cleveland 0 Will Parks spent tho latter part of last week at his homo at Hugh M II Green of Carter l11e was In town Wednesday calling on old friendsRobert Sponco a former student of Reran College was hero last week for a fow days from his homo at Io sin Miss Grace Adams wont to Rich mond Saturday to be treated by the Gibson doctors for appendicitis liar mother accompanied her- r Mrs Bert Coddington loft Monday for a two weeks visit with friends in Cincinnati j J John VanWlnklo of Illinois came this week for a visit with his bro thors nnd sisters hero In Baron Mr and Mrs Sam Isaacs camo last Friday from Valloy View for a sbortI visit with tholr daughter Mrs Baker who has been Tory sick Mrs F M Llvengood li confined to her homo with a very slight at tack of typhoid foyer Her slater Miss Ada Mt Vernon 0 Is nursing berITho daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Reynolds of this place and Mr Sammlo Welch of McKee were married hero last Thursday Stato Commander Elklns of tho t Maccabees was hero last Wednesday from Lexington looking attar the aft faire of tho lodge hero Miss Graco Cornelius goes this week for a two weeks visit with Mrs Spencer formerly well known hero at her homo In Clarcflold Tenn where Mr Spencer Is In tho mining business Mens Fur Hnt 50 cents to 140 1 to ID cents to worth 10 cents to 150 Mon and Boys choice 15c Ell Cornelison was at Wlldlo lout Friday on business Gilbert Combs a student at Kentucky Wealyean was in town for a few hours Sunday LOSTA Waltham Watch some where between Dr Thomsons and Center St Loavo at Citizen office House cleaning time Is nearyou will need now curtains I have every kind In lace and Swiss curtains from GOo a pair up Mrs S R Baker Dr and Mrs Cornelius who have boon in California where the doctor was called to attend Mrs Corneliuss niece are expected back this week They have already started from the mast but bad weather makes travel rather uncertain Settle well known here abouts has returned to town after a more or loss continuous of about a year and surrendered to tho law Ho was taken to Richmond where 1000 bond was given by J K Baker and Pleas Evans for his appearance at tho May term of court for retrial on the Mobcrly Indict ment The first attempt at having a horse market here which was made last week was a success and local merchants and others who are interested in the growth of the town are planning steps to stake It a monthly affair A number of horse and cattle were In town as were a good many sellers and con siderable business was transacted Tho building of stock pens near the railroad and of the making of other efforts to facilitate stock trade hero are being considered and it is likely that something will bo done Mr Enos Davis of Paint Lick who was In town last week cleared away a little haze that was hanging around a fine story df trove from over there Last week the dally papers carried under a Danville date Jlno a report that H S Hen ley had found a tin box containing 22 boo In gold and 3000 In diamonds under the hearth of the old Ross place near Paint Lick It seems that It just happened that a joko got into print Tho box was found all right with some worthless papers but ono man slipped In a few loose Gills on top of tho pile before ho showed It to the other And the other lot tho story grow Ho has probably the truth by now hero of Mr V IL Porter and many who have not had the pleasure of his personal acquaintance will bo sorry to learn of his intention of leaving town soon to make his homo In Gadsdon Ala Ho Will probably go about tho twentieth rf this month and has already begun to lay off his local responsibilities At Gadsden which is a town of near ly 20000 people he has organized the Alabama Bank and Trust Co of which ho will bo cashier and will devote his energies to pushing that Institution During the years he has been here he has been a constant I H IF PRICES COUNT ANY LOOK AT TIHSI GET READY10 FIRE SALE It If 5000 Seasonable Goods Must GoI u 100 MEN AND BOYS SUITS WORTH 2 to 12 MUST 00 AT 110 to 750 1000 PAIR OF SHOES WOKTIl cents toS 400 MUST GO AT 15 cents to 200 worth 2 Mens ShirtH 100 Caps George absence decided buyers treasure learned Friends Mens Gloves worth 25 cents to 125now 10 to 7vcents Best Felt Boots 2 per pair Suspenders 4 to 35p worth 5 to 50 cents v Yard wide good Domestic 5 cents Calico 4 to 5 cents Ginghams 5 to 8 cents 50 cents Dress Goods 30 cents 2 IlnudkerchiefH 5 cents Dost Patent Flour 05 to 70 cents per sack 8 Pound Extra Cof fee 100 2 Packages Soda 5 cents And numerous other bargains SALE TO BEGIN Thursday February 1 8 1 909 I At 800 a in anti continuo 20 days Lowest ever held in Boron TERMS CASH R J ENGLE Berea Ky L 1y ICh u I worker for tho upbuilding of the tohisplace will bo a hard one to fill Mr Porter went to New York Wednea day morning to establish Now York connections for his now bank reportedlastdition with no now developments The cases continuo very light and there has been practically no spread of the disease Really no one Is paying very much attention to It Wo wish to correct the Impression given some time ago that Miss Mc Whorter had been In anyway negligent Her case was so light that It fooled the doctor as much as herself and her continuing at her usual duties was with his permission The Rev Green V Todd a former student has recently moved to As bury so as to be near tho college Ho has several country churches near Nlcholasvllle and is doing well Ho was m pleasant caller at this office early this week The stock holders qf time Berea Canning and Packing Co held their annual meeting Tuesday and elected the following officers and directors J Burdette pros J W Fowler viceprcH K T Fish secy and treas C F Hanson and A P Settle of Kingston Tho company wishes to make contracts this year for an Increased acerago of tomatoes and plans It prices warrant It to put up blackberries Growers can secure contracts by addressing either Mr Burdetto or Mr Fish Mr W R Engle the well known nerchant of Gray Hawk was in town Tuesday and Wednesday on business and was a pleasant caller at this office Tho Prlscilla club mo last Friday afternoon at the homo of Mrs J W StephensAmong other Imporant business matters brought before the club was a letter from the chairman of the Good Sanitation committee of Kentucky Federation of womens clubs ex pressing disapproval of the attack that Is being made on Dr Harvey W Wiley All members present signed the resolutions which wore sent to tho congressman from this district Mrs Baker rend a very Interest big paper on Cairo The club then adjourned for a social hour during which refreshments were served Most of the ladles brought their fancy work and altogether a most enjoyable as well as profitable afternoon was spentA fine opportunity of getting a good homo where there are the best school privileges Is given In the ad vertisement of W D Smith on this pageDG YOU WANT TO GO TO COL LEGE If so we can help you We havo already put hundreds through college by means of our plan Write today for full Information regarding our offer of a free scholarship In any school or college Address Robt i J Sherlock 2931 East 22d Street New York City ooe080aoao8Oaoe0808080808Oa e 0 i College Items 0o a 0 o HERE AND THERE o uaoaoaoaoaoeoaoaoaoeoaoaoalIIra tained the women of the convocation at a delightful reception in the Par ish House Saturday afternoon In the evening another pleasant party was given for some of the young people Reports from different parts of the state show that at least six Derea boys are running for county superin tendents In Rockcastle Co there are John McFerron and John W Ken ser in Jackson there Is J J Davis In Owsley Millard Frye In Leslie William Hoskins and In Harlan Cam J Lewis Several of these boys seem to stand pretty good chan ces too Pres Frost who has been in Louis ville In the interests of the Adjust ment Fund returned Wednesday The concert given by the College Band Tuesday night was ono of the most enjoyable entertainments of the year and was a great pleasure to all who attended The work done under tho able direction of Mr Clare Can field was excellent and reflected the greatest credit not only on him but on nil in the organization Without detracting in any way from the other performances however it may safely be said that the piece composed by Foraker and entitled John Hen- rys Band was the most popular An excellent audience witnessed the performance FOR SALEA second hand CO horse power Westinghouse crank case engine Fine for a stationary plant Apply to Berea College FOR SALEA good 74 aero farm 3 miles from Beroa on the Wallace ton pike good house and barn and a fine orchard 30 acres of meadow Ellhu Blcknell Paint Lick Ky WANTED HORSES AND MULES Buyers will bo at Berea on Fridays and Saturdays last before court days at Richmond to buy a car load or more of horses and mules all grades bought For Information see or call on J W Hoskins and Co Agents Berea Ky HAY FOR SALE For good mixed balled hay by the ton at reasonable price apply to James A Todd I n n No 1 Paint Lick Ky HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE On Boone street Berea Ky In halt mile of Berea College six room house drilled well near kitchen Barn for team and cow Lot 83x150 feet Some fruit trees good garden Will sell cheap because I am too far away to look after It Send offer Tell how much cash you can pay down and what time you want on the balance at 8 per cent AddressW D Smith Lock Box 5 Hay Springs Nebraska uu u e SHOE 400 13e5 0 300 The New England Woman ysIII guess I needa new pair of shoes The Middle States woman says 7 expect I doeThe Southerner says I reckon I do The Westerner says IIcalculate I do But they all if they are wise know that the shoes they want are Queen Quality Shoes the great luxury in footwear at no advance i- ncost3OO 350 and 400 the pair Sole Agency MRS S R BAKER BEREA KENTUCKY t f 1 J ARMENIAS FIGHTING PARSON Heroic Conduct of Monsignor Coryun During Turkish Massacres Recent telegraphic news from the Caucasus has told of the redoubled activities of the police and gen darmes In that turbulent section of the Russian empire A telegram from Ellza- bethpolannounces that the Armenian district of that city was searched andMonsignor Coryun stores of hidden arms and ammu nition were discovered and the Arme nian archimandrite Monsignor Cor yun was arrested with several other ecclesiasticsThis prelate Is a typical fighting parson of the orient When Turks and Tartars attacked their peaceful Armenian neighbors the lat ter were taken unawares and a gen eral stampede followed Whole villages and townships were burned sacked and pillaged and the defenseless Christian Inhabitants were tor tured looted and massacred The pop ulatlon appealed to the czar for pro tection but the Russian chlnovntks persisted In ordering tho police and Cossacks to look on placidly and al low the carnage and destruction to go onuncheckedDuring desperate struggles many a priest and archimandrite of the Armenian church proved himself a hero and patriot Amongst them says the Christian Herald was Monsignor Coryun Wearing the furry cap and cloak of a Cossack as well as the long dagger and curving sword his chest covered with rows of cartridge belts and the jeweled cross of his clerical rank suspended from the collar ho was always In the thickest of the fight Sometimes hamlets and villages were left In charge of the young Armenian women who when their homes were attacked would arm themselves with guns and under tho leadership of the parish priests make a heroic defense Archimandrite Cor yun It is said has always been a stanch loyal subject of the czar and could not be Implicated In any polity ical plot against his sovereign A MAN TO BE RECKONED WITH The Protestant Foreign Missionary a Powerful Factor In Worlds De velopment There are now 18591 Protestant for elgn missionaries in nonChristian lands and the Christians of Europe and America gave last year for their maintenance and that of the churches schools hospitals printing presses and other work under their care 21280147 Tho stations and outstations occupied aggregate 36748 The number of definitely known adult converts nnd adherents Is already 6202631 and It Is rapidly increasing An enterprise so vast in itself rep resenting such a great constituency of intelligent people In Europe and America and recognized by time gov ernments of tho world as a force of tho first magnitude challenges the attention of all thoughtful persons The missionary who incarnates this enterprise is therefore a man to be reckoned with in dealing with the phenomena of our age It Is he of whom we instinctively think when the subject Is mentioned he who does the actual missionary work whose sup port Is tho largest single item of mis sionary expenditure whose wisdom or folly Is tile chief human factor In the success or failure of the missionary movement and whose character and methods are the objects of the sharp est criticism ARTHUR J BROWN J INDICTED FOR GAMBLING Continued from Pint Fe i menU and as It was owing to the lack of many witnesses and evi conI for the next grand Jury to complete attachedTheygeneral moral conditions in Richmond gambling Thattrom owyIthat they find what is termed a- moreI respectable class of card players in the city of Richmond where the amount wagered is small and in promlnI yet under the wellIThe report also states that an Improvement over previous terms were shown in the illegal sale of whiskey yet there are some local I ities in the county where the mem bers are satisfied whiskey is being sold but are unable to obtain evidence to make indictments for want of moral support of good citizens of these localities and they therefore are forced to believe that each com munity has what they really prefer whiskey or no whiskey good morals or the reverse j Those composing tho grand jury were W J Bales foreman J S Crutcher O W Stagner J F RIffe R W Colyer J M Lykins S A Deatherage C C Coy I D Todd C M Tribble Rufus Shearer and S E t Scott atIthese indictments Involve persons latj Berea No arrests have been made at this writing Good Work In India Rev Albert E Ayers writes from India about the Methodist mission In Karachi a city of about 100000 Inhab itants The native work Is carried on chiefly among the Slndhls Punjabis and Gujaratls who form the mass of the population Our native pastor has to preach In four of the native Ian j withIIto baptize on this circuit alone from present Indications We need at least a half dozen new men to look proper ly after the work in the city and I suburbs A member of the English church in Karachi has lately given J 1000 for the native church For Chinese Women The empress dowager and the em peror of China have appropriated one hundred thousand taels about 35000 In gold for tho establishment of a fe male seminary In Pokln with Princes Su as superintendent The Pekin Womans News a dally newspaper for the women of China edited by a Chi nese woman says To have strong healthy men China must have strong healthy mothers hence footbinding must go physical culture must be en couraged and hygiene taught In or der that Chinas men may be the equal of other nations their training must begin at home hence schools for girls and lecture halls for women must be established Area of New Orleans In point of area New Orleans Is the second larcest city In this country u GO TO THE New 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pnraltims cheap with new iiibjcrlptloni and prompt renewal Semi for Premium List Liberal trim given to any who oUaln new bacrlptlona rut us Any cue lIdllllUI tour yearly ubActpllC can r free et lot our year Adttftlilnc rateo on applicationy 11MkK OP KKNTDCKY PRESS AnbOClATlOW pt w r A Wisconsin man has been arrested 1forcarrying a satchel full of Bibles Instance of too much of a good thing Look to your liver More suicides are caused by a bad digestion than by unhappy affairs of the heart or financesIwn Ting Fang says that oar prison ystem Is too good for China but It doesnt follow that Its any too good for the United States The bicycle is said to pe enjoying a revival all over the country though several cities have nothing to say against their street railway systems A French count has been arrested for dishonestly stealing a pearl neck lace from an American woman in Paris instead of marrying her and stealing it honestly MinisterTing has been given the honorary degree of LL D by the Iowa State university He al ready had the honorary title of Master of the Question Mark After being locked In a freight car for a week with nothing to eat but ran potatoes tho tramp who tried the ex periment does not think enough of ItI i to start a raw potato cult A New Jersey minister is advising the men of his congregation to allow their wives to have the last word al ways And as this is ope bit of good advice that is pretty likely to be fol lowed Balloon experiments are attracting more than common attention just now and no wonder with the mercury In the nineties Balloons can go straight up to where it Is cool in less time than It takes to tell about it A consciencestricken man In New Jersey has returned to Washington 40000 representing the sum of 10 000 taken from the government some years ago with interest up to date thus making complete restitution The president of the Carnegie In stitution promises a fortune and fame to the man who can Introduce to the public bread that tastes less like cotton batting than the stun that now passes for that article Women should also be allowed to compete The feminine residents of Main Line a fashionable suburb of Phlla delrhla are wearing sandals because they say this footwear Is sensible and comfortable but the wise public reflecting that there never was a style adopted by women for this reason alone will suspect that the sandals are really worn to show off the pretty feet of the wearers A lot of those silver cups table casters and things given to Whitelaw Reids daughter by the British nobility are In the class of what the everyday bride privately designates as junk ba cause she can make no use of them Miss Reid will not have the satlsfao tion enjoyed by other brides however of trading her gifts off tor something she likes better She will have to keep them and pretend to be delighted with them I Justice Harlan at 75 has just run up against one of those rumors In tho newspapers that he was about to resign It makes him say somewhat tartly I cannot imagine how it Is that two or three times a year a report is printed that I am going to retire from the bench The fact Is that I have never contemplated much less considered such a thins I will re tats my position as long as I keep my present good health and I do not pro pose for these reports of my retire ment to go uncontradlcted Some lime ago the Springfield Republican arlsed hotel keepers that It would be a good thing to have a supply of onjamas night robes and toilet artii tee In store to loan to luckless t travels who bad been unex pectedly detained In town or had for thingslhotels announces that It will make the innovation and this Is met by a i statement from Philadelphia that the I leading hotel there has been acres tomed to stpply such needs for along time past It to a good precedent I f I COL MEMORIAL ATWSIITONPlAYOFTfE- COUrYCL OFFYEARTcS n Tho national movement for more beautiful and orderly towns and cities has been growing remarkably since the Chicago worlds fair pointed the way to better things Today art com missions exist in dozens of commun Ides and aro carefully working out local problems with the Idea of some day removing the stigma of ugliness and Inconvenience which foreigners have Impartially placed though they are ready to admit it is well deserved But tho communities have till now had to go It alone In the matter of beautification The federal government which with the great amount and monumental character of its build ings might naturally be expected to lead the way has been of very little help indeed During its existence it has spent 500000000 in buildings and a great part of that within twen ty years The record is filled with costly and monumental blunders It Is doubtful It any country In history basso amazingly childish an accounting ot extravagant stupidity In its building operations Yet practically the only check on further mistakes till now has been the architectural office of the treasury department which by the good sense of a single appointee has In very recent years raised the standard of appearance and usefulness of the new post offices to something like real excellence And now comes an Important step President Roosevelt has appointed a council of fine arts consisting of 24 architects four painters four sculptors and a landscape architect all men of the highest standing In making the appointments bo Issued an executive order directing that before any plans arc formulated for any buildings or grounds or for the location or erection of any statue the matter must be submitted to the council I have named and their advice followed unless for good and sufficient reasons the pros dent directs that it be not followed The supervising architect of tho treas ury will act as the executive officer for carrying out tho recommendations of the council At the same time Senator Newlands of Nevada Introduced a bill in the upper house legalizing the council as an advisory board and making the office of supervising architect of the treasury a bureau of fine arts to superin tend all matters relating to the con struction and placing of federal build ings of all departments and all questions of their decoration and furnish ing the purchase or acceptance of paintings or sculpture and the pur chase and planning of public parks coming under federal authority all with th advice of the council of thirty as it has been nicknamed- In tho meantime the house as a counter move led by Speak Cannon is trying to pass what Is known as tho McCall bill This bill makes an appropriation of 3600000 to buy 36 acres of land between the capitol and the new Union station and provides anothr 1000000 to build thereon a memorial to Lincoln The site Is gen erally regarded as most unsuitable to the purpose and architects and artists are almost if not wholly unanimous In condemning it President Roosevelt especially requested that the newly appointed council take tho matter up ut onceMost of its members are on record as favoring a very different site The whole question of the arrangement of Washington has been worked out in great detail and what Is known as the Burnham plan based on the plans made by Maj LEnfant unJer the su pervision of President Washington Is accepted by experts as the last word on the subject Its fulfillment would undoubtedly make Washington the most beautiful city in the world This plan included a great mall from tho capitol to the river with the Washington monuuent in the center forming an axis for a cross mall or park terminating at one end In the White House and at the other In an other great monument still to bo built The main mall would terutuata at the river In the Lincoln Memorial for which a beautiful sketch design was made and In a memorial bridge across to Arlington with driveways along tha river shore This site the tovernment already owns and the Influence of tho Amen can Institute ot Architects and sym pathetic bodies so far has been suffi cleat to keep new building operations within the plan though congress was at one time very close to giving the Pennsylvania railroad a gru t terminal site In the very center of the proposed mall halfway between the Washington monument and the capitol a calariity that was only averted be it said by the public spirit and generosity or the lato Mr Cnssntt president of the road At another time tho department ot agricultures new building waa denlfmcd to bo placed In the center of the Mall though bettor sites adjoined It The Union station was finally placed on Capitol hill about a quarter of a mile to one side of the capitol and a little back of its transverse axis Between the station and tho capitol there is a broad straight avenue so that tho visitors first sight of the city is a clear and imposing view of the gray pile with its magnificent dome The Capitol square reaches half way to the station and two of the sub sidiary buildings are erected aloug Us boundary The senate committee building Is toward the station Tha proposed site for tho Lincoln memorial Is beyond this building toward the sta tion and It is very obvious that being thus near tho station It would not add in any way to tho beauty or majesty of tho capitol or the capitol group would not In fact bo a part of It and would obstruct the view of the capitol and thus rather tend to detract from It On the other hand it would bo a truly magnificent decoration for the railroad station as all admit but sent ment is decidedly against using a great national memorial to such a man as Abraham Lincoln for any such purpose nor is tho station so unlovely as to need hiding in this fashion A proposal to place the smaller Colum bus monument at the station has how ever met with popular acquiescence Such Is the situation On the one band is the station site championed by Speaker Cannon and on tho other a site chosen by the famous Washing ton park commission and which will unquestionably be approved by the council of thirty as It has been by practically every architect of note in the country Hero is the personnel of the council Architects Cass Gilbert of New York C Grant La Fargo of New York S B P Trowbrldce of New York John G Howard of San Francisco Glenn Brown of Washington Thomas R Klmbnll of Omaha John L Mureu of St Louis D A Burnham director of the Chicago exposition John M Donaldson of Detroit George B Post lOt New York Arnold W Brunner president of the New York Chapter ol the American institute Robert 8 Peabody president of the Boston Society of Architects Charles F McKim ol McKim Mead White William S Eames of St Louis James Rush Mar shall president of the Washington Chapter of the Amorican Institute Adam Garfield of Cleveland William B Mui die of Chicago Frank Mlle Day of Philadelphia and C Howard Walker editor of the Architectural ReviewPn1ntersJohn La Fargo F D Mil let E H Blashfleld and Kenyon Cox all of New York SculptorsDaniel Chester French Earl Bitter Herbert Adams and H A MacNell Landscape architectFrederick Law Olmstcd Jr SHARP SHAFT FROM BERNHARDT Great French Actress Had Little Sympathy with Record Breaking The story of Bernhardts encounter with the author of LEscarpolotto re calls a little incident which took place In Mme Bernhardts apartment in New York city the last time she Will in this country Tho French play written by a young American woman of not very wide reputation had been Included In tho repertoire of the French actress which fact rather rankled in the hearts of some of our leading dramatic authors and the rep resentative or friend of one of them called upon Mme Bernhadt to remon strate with her against appearing In LEscarpoJettp requesting her ta produce an American play by a well known playwright Clyde Fitch for InstanceAnd who Is Clyde Fitch askeo Mme Bernhadt He Is a young American playwright who writes plays whllo you walt ex planned the emissary Then tell him to wart snapped Mme Bernhardt Dont Give Up the Classics The time Is not yet In sight when we can drop that culture which comes from firsthand contact with Greece and Rome and no college claiming to offer a liberal education should put itself in the attitude of discriminating againstthemNee York Eeaingl Post NEGRO BOASTS OF- FIENDISH CRIMES Says He Murdered Miss Rosen Planned the Deed While He Was In Prison Des Moines In March lJohnJunken tho negro who confessed that on February G ho murdered Clara Ros en at Ottumwa was brought to Dot Moines Sunday morning from the county jail at Albla The slayer was locked up here for safekeeping at feeling runs high lu Ottumwa the scene of five brutal murders of women by negroes Junken In n confession here Sunday declared he had deliberately planned to commit the dec at Ottumwn while hewas still an Inmate of the Madison penitentiary serving time for robbing and beating a woman It was his boast that ho would again do tho trick II given n chance Ho boasted of hit ability to assault defenseless women Tho Information came in a letter from Albert Evans a Missouri negro who was a ccllmato with Junken at Fort Madison Junkon Is guilty of that crimeI writes tho negro Evans lie planned It while still In tho penitentiary and when ho left I knew it was his inten tion to pull off tho stunt as soon ai ho had an opportunity Evans statement is given more weight on account of the fact that Junkon killed Miss Rosen just a few days after he had been liberated from Fort Madison prison was re leased January 13 Junken plans to stand trial and has mode a request that Attorney Jon Brown ono of tho bestknown negro lawyers in the state be sent to him for consultation I was full of dope I tell you chuck full of ill ho moaned as ho tossed about on his narrow bunk in the care Ho told the sheriff ho had been chew ing cocaine but on the way to Dee Moines he said ho had been eating opiumAlbert Evans will be brought up from Missouri If necessary and the letter introduced together with his sworn statements Since his Incarceration in the coun ty jail here Junken has remained In his bunk weeping almost all of the time Nothing satisfactory as to what prompted him to murder Miss Rosen who ho claims ho attacked with the solo purpose of robbery could be gain cd from him- Junken received his first big scare when the Ottumwa mob visited the Albla jail The fear that ho would be lynched so preyed upon him that he would not stay alone and desired the sheriff or a guard to be constantly fit his side The coming of the mob to Albla U responsible for Junkens confession He began Friday to make his admls sloe and aJ that time implicated Weaver another Ottumwa negro In the affair and sought to place all blame on him But prior to this time he had confessed his guilt to another negro of the Albla jail SLASHED THE WIDOW He Courted and Then ExFire Chief Used Razor on Himself Pittaburg Pa March 1Wltb Ins Anna Baxter a widow whom he had courted for several years sitting on his lap In her home Sunday William Uoarhart captain of Engine Company No 27 former chief of tho depart mont suddenly drew a razor from hs pocket and slashed the woman across the threat She called for help and her eon and laughter dragged ner from Gearharta arms and notified tho policeWhen the police arrived they found Gearhart lying on tho floor his throat cut and a big knife in his hand The razor ho had used on the woman was lying on tho piano Both victims were taken to a hospital where It is sold their recovery Is doubtful No cause is assigned for the deed Gales Raging on Atlantic New York March 1 IncominK transAtlantic liners Sunday reported violent gales and heavy tumbling seas during the voyage Among them were tho Cunarder Luoanla the French liner La Touralne and the Anchor line atoamer Caledonia While all sustain ed some damago about tho decks due to heavy boarding seas nothing seri ous occurred Tho Caledonia ran into a fold of Ice In tho midst of which floated a huge iceberg estimated to have been from 100 to ICO feet high There was a perceptible drop in the temperature whllo tho steamer was near the berg Negro Wounded Two Clarksdole Miss March 1Dotlutees J a Taylor and II 1 Talbert were shot Leo Banks a desperate negtowhom they were boatiPKITaylor will die Talbert received the second load of a double barreled shot gun In the hand Tho negro escaped Attempt st Louis March 1 The ninth attempt pf Mrs Eljzabeth Lowery to end her life was successful Sunday She drank poison because of despondency polliouIto hang herself twice GraspParis fallen is Paris almost continuously for tho past 48 hours and a blizzard of cedented proportions prevails through 6utFranceV Many deaths are reported from exposure BEST METHODS OF DEHORNING CATTLE Clean Sharp Moat Saw and Strong Rope the Only Equipment NeededBy Richard W Ilickmnn V M D Chief of Quarantine Division I 0 IDehorning with Saw Cows Head Snubbed to Stanchion Rail The dehorning of partly and adult cattle can bo doelopedI torily performed without ratus or instruments than a good strong clothesline and a clean sharp meat sawor a miter saw with a rigid backIn the hands of a fairly good mechanic The same simple means for controlling tho animal Is just as applicable when the dehorning knife Is to be used as when tho horns are to be removed with the saw This con stets In securing tho head of the animal to the horizontal rail or strlngplcce which holds the upper Horns Showing a Proper and b Improper Cutting ends of tho stanchion boards The ani mal Is put In tho stanchion In tho usual manner then one end of a heavy clothesline Is passed around tho upper part of the neck and tied In a knot that will not slip otherwise It will choke the animal Tho free end of the rope Is now onrrlcd between tho horns through the stanchion to tho front up and over the horizontal stanchion rail then down underneath i tho neck and up and over tho top of the stanchion rail to an aslstant who should hold It firmly Now release the stanchion allowing the animal to withdraw its bead so that the horns are Just Inside of tho stanchion rail or strliigplcco then keeping the rope tight pass It once around the muzzle up and over the stanchion rail and through to the front again to the hands of the assistant who should stand three or four feet In front of the animal and hold the ropo firmly but prepared to release It when told to do eo by the operator Tho animal Is now ready for the dehorning opera tionIt Is necessary that the tope be held by an assistant as In tho event of the animal struggling during tho opera tlon so as to throw Itself off Its feet or if there appears to be danger of Its choking the rope may be slack ened promptly at the word of tho operator and tho animal partly re leased This however Is rarely nee essary for as soon as tho head Is so cured the operator should bo ready standing at the right shoulder of the Head of Steer Showing Result of Proper Dehorning animal with Iris saw and proceed to saw off first the right and then the left horn The loons should bo severed at a point from a quarter to a half Inch below where the skin joins the base of the horn cutting from tho back toward the front Our Illustration shows the animal and the operator In position for tho dehorning operation by this method It Is a good plan be tore commencing the real work to ex periment upon an animal In the mat ter of control by snubbing the head to the stanchion rail as described If the stanchion rail is too wide to permit of properly securing tho lower part as well as the upper part of the animals head tho turn of the rope around the muzzlo may be omitted and the last lap of tho rope carried around the stanchion rail to the front and to tho hands of the aslstant The ropo should pass each time over the neck of tho animal to the stanchion rail fco that tho laps aro between the horns In order that the rope may not Interfere with the work of the saw There aro men lu what art known as tho milk districts adjacent to large cities where largo numbers of dairy cows abound who go about from farm to farm dehorning animals In thin manner charging for their services In some Instances as lIttle as flvo cents per horn or ton rents per animal It Is not usual to apply any prop aration after tho operation of dohorn Ing to prevent bleeding as tbll lots ol blood Is not sutrclcnt as a rule to bo of consequence Caro should be taken however to prevent substances from getting Into the openings left after tho horns aro removed The horn cores are elongations of the frontal bonus of the skull and am hol low Thoy communicate with the frontal sinuses or air paeon of the head therefore foreign substances which would act as an Irritant In these cavities aro apt to set up an In flammation resulting In the formation of pus or an abscess which may prove qulto serious Fragments of horn dortacked In the process of would servo as such Irritant and by Head of Steer Showing Did Appear ance Caused by Improper Dehorn their presence In these cavities cause Inflammation This trouble though Is of Infrequent occurrence but would appear moro lIablo to happen when tho dehorning Instruments are used on account of their tendency to crush especially In tho case of old animals whereas tho saw cuts clean If proper care Is taken however such an occurrence following dehorning may In almost every Instance bo avoidedOccasionally animals after being de- horned and turned out of tho stable will rub their heads against a dirt or gravel bank or the rough bark of a tree and foreign material may thus get Into the cavities though usually tho soreness of tho parts Is sufficient to prevent this If tho animals are dehorned when files are about It Is well to apply sown pine tar with a view to keeping flies from the wounds Some operators do this in ncqrly all caws thinking that It facilitates healing The dehorning operation should always when portal ble bo performed In cool weather and upon animals which have at least at tanned the ago of two years Ashes Have Value Somo people tell us to burn all the refuse left In tho garden This Is all right provided you keep the ashes upon the soil Do not lot them blow away after the bon fire Book Farming A great deal of fun has been mado of book farming but people arc beginning to recognize Its value The agricultural colleges and short courses have changed the general public estimate Good Germs All bacteria are not harmful Although the majority of the Ills effecting man und beast como from germs this does not prove that there are not healthful germs as well Must DrySheep may not need as warm a stable as somu other classes of stock but It Is absolutely necessary that they should bo protected from the dampness Makes ButterThu cream t should not bo held long after It la ready to churn Ii lp CABINET IS NAMED TAFT ANNOUNCES HEADS OF FEDERAL DEPARTMENTS MACVEAGH GETS A PLACE Wilson and Meyer the Only Hold Ovens from the Roosevelt Regime No Selections from Ohio Now York Presidentelect Tnft has announced the cabinet officer for Ills administration which will open with his Inauguration Into ofllco March 4 With the announcement he confirmed tho selection of Franklin MaoVeagh tho Chicago merchant who It has boon rumored for sumo time was billed for a place among the now executives advisers Aides of New President The complete cabinet Is Secretary of Slate Philander Chase Inox of Pennsylvania Secretary of the Treasury Franklin MacVcagh of Illinois Secretary of WarJacob M Dickin son of Tennessee GenornI George W Wick 0AttorneyNow Yoi General Frank 11 Hitchcock of Massachusetts Secretary of tho Navy Goorgo Von U Meyer of Massachusetts Secretary of the Interior Richard A Dalllngcr of Washington Secretary of Agriculture Jaincs Wilson of Iowa- Secretary of Commerce and Labor Charles Nagol of Missouri Jacob M Dickinson who Is a Chlca gown besides having a residence in Tennessee was choicn as secretary of war to fill the position which Mr Taft held before ho became a candi dato for tho office to which ho was elected Inst November On Senator Knox the president will cabur Pcnnsylvanlan Is of long standing and jhe believes that In him ho has found a man who will steer a clear course In any storm that may arise during his coming administration It has been On his judgment to a great extent that tho other selections for cabinet officers wore made Frank II Hitchcock and George Von L Meyer give Massachusetts a double representation In the Taft administra ion but It Is understood that Mr Taft could hardly avoid taking both these men Chicago Gets Two Chicago in a acne has really two representatives in Mr Dickinson and Mr MacVcagh although Ibo former is officially credited to Tennessee in tho south Tho south In a sense gets a second representative In Charles Nagcl of St Louis who is to bo seers tary of commerce and labor succeed lag Mr Straus of Now York Tho Pacific coast and the tar west is represented by Richard A Halllnsor whoso knowledge of the questions arts Ipg In the distribution of lands and of forest preserves Is bdllcvcd to fit In eminently for the office ot secretary of tho Interior Mr Taft evidently believed that ID the presidency Ohio had been given a full share of tho honors and Is known to have appreciated the fact that a number of eminent Buckeye states men showed a becoming modesty In refusing to push their claims for recognitionTho middle west will have Secretary Wilson of Iowa as its rep resentative Ho will continue as head of tho department of agriculture and no selection made by Mr Taft will ro celvo moro widespread approval Dur- Ing the 12 years that Mr Wilson has been secretary of agriculture ho has bhown an efficiency that made any other suggestion for the office Impos sible On March 4 he will have made a record In length of service of cabinet officers SEEK MRS GUNNESS MONEY Relatives of Victim of Laporte Woman Make Test Case Laporte IndTho first of several roses to recover blood money obtained by Mrs Hello Gunness from tho men she lured Into her murdorhouso on s tho promise of marrlago was brought In the Loporto circuit court Friday Asel Hclgeleln bringing action for 2E9320 the amount Hollo Gunness obtained from Andrew Helgclcln bo foro she killed him It Is understood that In tho event judgment Is awarded Helgelcln relatives of other victims will bring suit for the amounts alleged to have been contributed to the amass ing of Mrs Gunncss estate by the men she duped Into visiting her under promise of marriage Ten Killed In Hamburg Hamburg Ten persons rsero killed and 17 injured Wednesday night through tho slipping of a gangway between the wharf and the steamer Kal serin Augusto Victoria which was be- Ing loaded preparatory to sailing for New York on Saturday next No pas sengera were among tho victims Iowa Chief Fears Lynching Des Moines laChlet Gallagher of lOttumwa Friday sweated John Gunken tho negro now In jail at Al bra charged with criminal assault and murder of Clara Rosen at Otturuwa three weeks ago The chief refuses to give out winA IiAonnatlon ho ox tractcd for fear of a lynching Ex citement in the state is running high over tho numerous assaults upon CroatonFrIdayt been assaulted aroused the pop l1ae to a frenzy j LL- I Th HORSEWHIPS BILLY SUNDAY EVANGELIST IS ATTACKED IN SPRINGFIELD ILL Religious Fanatic Delivers Several Blows Before the Minister Knocks Him Down Springfield JIIRev W A Sunday hotter known as Hilly Sunday a former baseball player who Is now an evangelist was horsewhipped Friday night by a religious fanatic at Uio Sun day tabernacle whore In the presence of 8000 persons ho was Conducting the opening meeting of a religious re vival meeting The evangelist had just made his opening remarks and was leaning against tho pulpit on an elevated platform while a hymn was sung by Fisch er and Butler Ills choir leaders and Miss Edith Anderson a soprano of Springfield when a powerful man who said his name was Sherman Potts sprang forward with a buggy whip and truck Mr Sunday several terrific blows Sunday leaped from the platform and dashed at his assailant whom ho knocked down In the center aisle Tim audlonco was on the verge of a panic with women weeping and children screaming while Potts and Sunday rolled and tumbled In tho aisle Mr Sunday said ho suffered several painful bruises from tho buggy whip Tho prisoner said that his homo was one mile east of Lovlngton 111 According to his statements at the jail ho was onco declared Insane and com milled to tho Jacksonville asylum whence after a brief confinement he was released as cured Ho said be camo to Springfield from Decatur to horsewhip Sunday that ho had purchased a whip In Springfield and wont to the tabernacle early Ho mado tho attack ho sold In do fcnso of the vlrtuo of women whom he declared had been criticised by the evangelist Tho police say Potts Is a religious fanatic ROOSEVELT IS SCORED Congressman Cook a Republican Raps the President Washington lly an overwhelming vote and without party distinction the house of representatives Thursday aims tamed the committee on appropria lions In again reporting a provision In tho sundry civil appropriation bill restricting the operations of the service detectives of the treasury d partmentTho was scathing d nounced by Mr Cook a Republican of Colorado while Mr Smith a Ho publican of Iowa a member of the appropriations commlttco and ono o those named by tbo president In hl message of January 4 last as being responsible for tbo secret sorvlco Jim nation seemingly employed all tho invective at his command In an attack on that service Tho discussion arose over an amendment by Mr Bonnet of Now York striking out the provision limit lug the field of operations of tho secret service A similar paragraph in tho last appropriation bill Is what gave rise to the presidents stricture upon members of congress Mr Don not entered a general defenso of the secret service detectives AUSTRIA MAKES WAR MOVE Forwards Bridge Material and Conce- trales War Vessels at Monhaca Vienna Austrian troops can occupy Belgrade tho Servian capital within five hours after a declaration- of war say leading Austrian generals Material sufficient to build four mill tary bridges across the Danube hal been sent to Scmlln across the rivet from Belgrade Tht Servian talk of blocking the Austrians by dynamiting the present bridges Is laughed at In Vienna War vessels have been concentrated at Monhaca IJcrlln Great Britain It is under stood unto has expressed readiness tc associate herself in joint action of the powers at Belgrade provided Russia participates In this action 50000 Gem Theft at Ball San Francisco A GO00D pearl necklace belonging to Miss Jon nlo Crocker of this city was stolen during tho MardI Gras ball given by Mrs Charles O Alexander at tho St Francis hotel Tuesday night Miss Crocker was one of 402 guests Invited to the ball the list Including virtually all persons prominent social ly in this city She was also a guest at the more exclusive dinner given by Mrs Alexander before tho ball Miss Crocker wore the jewels at the din ner and still hind them on when she donned her costume for tho ball Booze Button for Topers Madison WIs Wisconsin may adopt tho Puritanic custom of brand lag the drunkard It will not be by the burning of the letter D on the forehead but by compelling tho posted man to wear a red button at least two Inches In diameter on his coat lapel Senator Lehr Introduced the bill Wednesday Says Sperry Will Remain Washington Hear Admiral Sporry spent somo time with Secretary New berry after ho had returned from the cabinet meeting Friday Tho secre tary declared there was no intention to relieve Admiral Sperry from com mand of tho Atlantic fleet May Expunge Cook Attack Washington Tho house Friday ap point crt a committee of five to report whether tho remarks of Mr Cook of Colorado attacking the president should bl expunged from the record te IHAVE THE LOCK TYPE OF CANAL TO BE SURE Uncle SamThis Is Where I Play Even on That 180000 It Cost Me to Take My Fleet Through the Suez n nnnnn RUSSIANS FEAR BALKAN WAR H DUMA LEADERS BELIEVE CON FLICT INEVITABLE France Is Uneasy Over the Situation But English Government Is Not So Apprehensive of Danger St Petersburg The pessimism with regard to the Balkan crisis is steadily deepening in diplomatic circles where It Is believed that Austrian action against Servla may be expected within a fortnight unless a solution to tho present grave problem Is soon ar rangedForeign office officials state that Russia Is not disposed to consider an Invasion of Scrvla alono as a casus govofeelingothrow thousands of Russian volun teems Into tho Servian ranks expressedithemselves as convinced that war Is Inevltablo Information received from Kiev Indicates that no military moan ures havo yet been undertaken on the southwestern frontier but all applications of officers for leave of absence have been refuses and the Kiev de partment Is ready for Instant mobil ization splrI futon and Gorman threats Paris Tho attitude assumed by AustriaHungary and Russia in the difficulty between tho former power and Servla is creating considerable uneasiness hero Franco Is anxious to play the role of pacifier but Ger Frenchn vention at Vienna and suggested In stead Intervention at Belgrade the French government has decided in view of the attitude of Russia to Initiate no now action except with the complete approval of Russia and Great lIrllal- nIondonThe British government Is not so apprehensive regarding the situ atlon In tho Balkans as are some of tho other governments of Europe judging from tho Indications la dls patches received hero from various continental capitals The foreign of flee of course recognizes that an un duo prolongation of tho tension be tween Austria IIungary and Sonia Is dangerous but It Is hopeful of an early relaxation In the situation So far as is known officially here Germany has not declined to participate In a joint action and negotiations still are going on with tho view ot a prof for of good offices Mrs Vanderbilt Fights Disease Now York Mrs William K Vanderbilt Sr has given moro than 1000000 it is announced for the erec tion wf four model tenements for per sons suffering with tuberculosis The build ngs are to be operated In connec tion with Dr Henry L Shlvelys tuber culosis clinic of tho Presbyterian hos pital In New York city and are to bo known as the ShIvely sanitary tene ments Five Indiana Counties Dry Inalanapolln IndFtvo Indiana counties that hold local option elec tions Tuesday voted dry They are Grant Howard Davlcss Adams and Nowton It Is possible that the wets won In the cities of Kokomo and Marion One hundred and fortythree saloons are put out of business Stephenson Claims Victory Madison WIsSenator Stephenson has appealed from the ruling ot Lieut Gov Strange tuat no election resulted on time sopadto ballot by assembly and senate un Sanitary 26 and has submitted his case to tho UnltiU States senate for a decision Senator Uophcnsons claim to tho sent In the sonata that will bo vacated by law on Mach 4 Is that he received a major ity ot tho votes eat In each house on the Ecparatn ballot taken on January oleo I DEFENDS THE CATHOLICS Cardinal Gibbons Replies to Protestant Charges of Disloyalty Baltimore MdAn article will appear In tho March number of the North American Review from Cardinal Gibbons in which tho cardinal replies categorically to charges made by Lutheran and Baptist ministers af fecting the loyalty of members of the Catholic communion Cardinal Gibbons begins by saying that fifteen millions of Catholics live their lives In our land with undis turbed belief in the perfect harmony existing between their religion and their duties as American citizens It never occurs to their minds to question the truth of a belief which all their experience confirms Love of religion and love of country burn together In their hearts They love their church as tho divine spiritual society set up by Jesus Christ through which they aro brought into a closer communion with God learn his revealed truth and his holy law receive the help they need to lead Christian lives and are Inspired with tho hope of eternal happiness ARREST ORGANIZED SWINDLERS Band Charged with Frauds of About 500000 Little Rock Ark That their field of operations extended over tho entlro country and their victims numbered nearly 100 from whom almost 600060 was secured during tho past two years was tho declaration Tues day of tho state and federal officials who caused the arrest of J C Maybry and three alleged confederates leaders it Is charged of a most thorough ly organized band of swindlers on a charge of using the malls to defraud In searching the effects of Maybry rec ords were found giving the names tho authorities declare of men who were victimized and as well as over 300 others stationed In every state in the union and In several provinces in Canada who the officials assert act ed as agents of the men TORNADO KILLS THIRTEEN Southeastern Arkansas Swept by a Cyclone Little Rock Ark Loroke Prai rie Woodruff and Polmett coun ties In southeastern Arkansas were swept by a cyclone Tuesday and 13 persons were killed Many others were Injured Fisher was almost com pletely wrecked Tho damage to property Is many thousands of dollars Because of tho interruption of wire communication with the stormswept territory only the most meager In formation was available At Fisher a town of 400 Inhabitants it is reported that but two buildings remain stand ing and that many injured are Im prlsoned among the wreckage of the razed buildings Drunkards Denied Wives Springfield JIIYoung men who frequent saloons will not bo permitted to enter Into matrimonial relations In Illinois rrn bill Introduced In the house Wednesday Is enacted Into law and It probably will pass The bill was Introduced by Repre tentative Groves and amends the marriage laws of the state by declar ing an habitual drunkard Incapable of contracting marriage and defining an habitual drunkard to be a person who becomes intoxicated twice Inn year Reads Poems Weds Author Bloomington JIIThe romantic marriaGe at Windsor Mo ot John F Myers a rich retired farmer here aged 74 who has obtained local fame as a poet and Minnie L Barrett aged 27 became known Friday Attracted by a volume of Myers poems Mlsr Barrett corresponded with him and a welding followed Two More Indiana Counties Dry Indianapolis IndTwo moro In diana countiesCarroll had Gibson voted dry In elections Friday t ROUNDABOUT THE STATE What Is Going on In Different JI dSections of Kentucky CAPITAL NOTES Mustered Out Because of Inefficiency Adjt Gen Johnston issued an order mustering out of the state guard serv- Ice Companies L of the First A and L of the Second and L of the Third regiments Tho order says the companies fell below the average required in tho federal and state Inspections Delegates Appointed Gov Wlllson appointed United States Senator Bradley W A Robin son of Louisville and T A Combs of Lexington delegates to the third an nual meeting of the International Con ference on State and Local Taxation at Louisville September 2124 Brooms Higher M Dorn general manager of the Franktort broom factory announced an advance In price of brooms of 1per dozen following the increase in the price of brocm corn from 60 to 100 a ton The drought of last season Is held responsible Pardoned bv Governor The indictments against tho Louis Yule Herald Publishing Co found in the Calloway circuit court and the TrIgg circuit court in which the newspaper was accused of libeling Judge Cook and Commonwealths Attorney Smith were pardoned by Gov Willson Sparks For Commonwealths Attorney Gov Willson appointed Attorney T J Sparks of Greenville commonS wealths attorney ot the Seventh judi clal district of Kentucky to fill the vas canny occasioned by the resignation of n Y Thomas of Central City who was elected to congress Exposition Commissioners Appointed The governor announced the appointment of two more Kentuckians tj the list of those who will represent the state as comnlsctoners to the AlaskaYukon Pacific xposltlon They are F C Nunemachei and Fred W Kelsker both of Louisville Old Furniture To Be Used The capitol commission after a lengthy conference decided to use much of the old furniture In tho now capitol which will reduce the amount to be purchased under tho contract about 12000 New Company Tho Blue Grass Tobacco Works of Fayetto county with 300000 capital stock was Incorporated in the depart ment of secretary of state and was authorized to engage In business Wifes Note Must Be Paid In reversing a judgment of the Shelby circuit court Reuben Swearlngens executor vs Mary E Tyler tho court of appeals held that the defendant could not set up tho claim that she had signed a note as surety for her husband and escape payment of It To Restrain Closing of Contract A petition was filed In the state fin cal court hero by Mnyme Cook of Lou Isvlllo seeking to prevent the closing of contract with the Wollager Furni ture Co for the furniture and furnIsh- Ings for the new capitol on the ground that price is too high New Examination Ordered Former State Actuary Bullock was appointed by Insurance Commissioner Bell to make a complete examination f tho reserve fund of the Citizens Life Insurance Co of Louisville to ascertain the valuation of the policies at the company Cloudburst Downs Bridges Heavy rains hero and all over Cen tral Kentucky have caused the crooks to rise out of their banks sweeping bridges and fencing along with the rush of tho waters Baileys Mills was visited by a cloudburst washing away several bridges Scottsvllle KyJ C Johnson mall carrier on Rural Route No 3 out of this place was drowned during a blinding storm of wind and rain while trying to make his way back to town His hat and overcoat were found with his mail pouch in his buggy some dis tance from where his body was dis covered Loulsvlllo KyThe standard bill of lading a modified form of the socalled inlform bill will be put into effect by tho Southern railway April 1 At the jamo time tho bill will be placed In use by the Louisville and Nashville and other southern lines and It is thought It will be a question of only a few weeks until the bill Is adopted oy all lines cast of the Mississippi anti jouth of the Ohio and Potomac rivers Louisville KyA Scott Bullltt a ooil attorney secured a temporary In- Junction restraining the general coun cll from passing an amended building ordinance allowing tho construction of ho Gaiety theater In which Rudolph Hynlcka of Cincinnati is interested Henderson Ky Articles of Incorpo ration were filed in the clerks office here by the Southern Coal and Trans + portatlon Co of West Virginia The amount of tho capital stock Is 500000 and Is divided Into 5000 shares par value of100 each Lexington Ky Robert A Downing senior member of tho PurncllDownlng Drug Co was stricken with paralysis In his bathtub at his home hero Augusta KyThe heaviest rain for years fell In this section doing great damage all over tho county A fifty foot iron bridge was washed away on Camp creek Ellzabethtown KyTho Kentucky State Farmers institute convened In this city with a largo attendance II M Froman of Ghent presided CoL II A Sommers mado the welcome ad dress Versailles KyAs a result of a heavy rain tho dam of tho now lake built by the Fox Spring Lake Co four miles from Versailles gave way and the water swept out flooding the coun try below Louisville KyTen athletes from the Louisville manual training high school will take part In Uio athletic and Indoor track meet of the Celts Athletic club of Cincinnati on March 20 Paducah KyA cloudburst seem ingly emptied Its entire contents In McCracken county and approximately did 40000 worth of damage McCrack en county roads said to bo the most durable In the state aro damaged at least 15000- Lexington Ky With a salo of hit household goods and farming Imple t ments Edward Corrigan noted turf man closed out his holdings in Kentucky with the exception of tho thor oughbred stallion Imported Marta Santa and 12 brood mares nussellvllle KYProf B E Atkins president of Logan college for tho naat seven years ono of the most successful and prominent educators of the south died suddenly of acute heart asthma aged 81 Ho leaves a wife two daughters and two sons Louisville KyKentucky republic ans left hero to attend tho Inaugura Lion ot President Taft on a special train known as the Bradley Special The Kentucky Republican club of Washington has made every provision for their comfort and convenience London KySherman Blanton Na than Blanton Jack Blanton and Poarl Blanton were brought hero for trial for the killing of F H Blanton near Layman Harlan county Because the defendants are extensively related in Harlan county the case was transferred to London- llopkinsvlile KyGeneral Manager Ewing of the Planters Protective as sociation called off tho sale of nearly 2000000 pounds of tobacco on thetground that it conflicted In grade with the 1907 tobacco held unsold at tills place The executive committee later rescinded this order and granted the farmers the privilege of selling their pool of 2000000 pounds of tobacco provided low lugs ore sold to stemtmoms and do not conflict with unsold 1907 crop Resolutions were Iiisacd forbidding any moro tobacco to be sold loose when present deals are completed Madlsonville KyD L Teogue col ored of this city has been appointed rural route carrier out of Madlsonvlllo on route No4 with Floyd Grace an other colored man as substitute The announcement of theso appointments baa caused considerable comment and It In the general opinion that a petition will be sent the postmaster general to rescind the appointments There aro over ono hundred families on this route all whlto but three and tho appointment of these colored men is not at all satisfactory and it Is reported that they will remove their boxes If these men are to remain as carriers Owensboro KyJ A Harris ono of tho most prominent insurance and real estate men in Owensboro was arrested on the charge of setting fire to and attempting to burn his storehouse In ibis city on February 13 Lloyd P Bennett a former Deputy United States Marshal In Western Kentucky and brother of Senator AMs Bennett of Ohio county wee also arrested he being charged with being an accessory after the fact Harris is prominent In church affairs Ho was formerly con nected with tho real estate department of tho defunct Davless County bank and was also superintendent of tho Homestead Land Co one of James II Parrishos concerns Ho came hEro from Louisville a number of years ago Louisville KyW R Moorman democrat was defeated for reelection as a member of the state board of agriculture forestry and Immigration by IL M Beard republican It is said suit may bo filed to show Beards election was a result of Irregularities Glasgow Ky Articles of Incorpora lion have bern filed by the Planters Loose Lear Tobacco Warehouse Co with a capital stock of 23000 A largo lot has already been purchased and the erection of a large warehouse will begin at cnce mom IF 1 A Little Fertilizer Talk to Farmers buyVFERTILIZERS for they have been used in this neighborhood for sev eral years and they never fail when we have a season favorable The mixture suits this soil Some deal ers will tell you they have a ferti lizer just as good He may have but you dont want to run the a risk of having a bad crop to find out how good his fertilizer is When you get the GLOBE or READ FERTILIZER you are getting what you know is good Sold by C C RHODUS Berea Ky O loeotlottotfo ottAiosotlt oZl tIO Detflit aII080 o 2 8 East Kentucky Correspondence I 0 i News You Get Nowhere Else i0- o l Ho eoneiponienee published nnleii signed la lull by the writer The name 0 G le sot far publlcattoa bit u an eridenee of good faith Write plainly o 11O OOIIOOOooooooeo t JACKSON COUNTY- ANNOUNCEMENT We aro authorized to announce S S Wolfe of Kaulden Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub Ject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W n Creech of Egypt Jackson County Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jack son County subject to the action of the Republican party ISAtCSS 4Isaacs Feb 26We are having lots of nowAs the Primary is close at hand the candidates are all stlrr IngMr Godfrey Rader passed thru here last week Trading and moving is all the go at Purkeyvllle Mrs Mary E Purkey has removed to Pigeon RoostMr Ed McQueen and Mr Thomas McQueen have swapped farmsMrs Arch Allen has a tine babyTho little infant daughter of Mr Will Hunley died Feb 16Mr George Lewis Is very low with con sumption JEEUOItEENEvergreen Feb 23We are haying r some rainy weather Archibald Bundy has moved to Clay Co We ar sorry to lose such a good neighbor Wedding bells are ringing Nathan Ial Jones and Miss Rose McGulre Arch B Anderson and Miss Nannie Jones were married Feb 18 They will spend their honeymoon In Cln cinnati Robert Jones Sr Is very sick with a nail stuck thru his foot Mrs Edward Lake has been sick with rheumatism but is better at presentMr Edward Lake sold to Mr Bill Beck Williams one stack of hay for 15l1ss Ora M Lake has returned home from a visit at Mc Kee Walter Martin sold all of his provender to Jim Morris and will move to TexasJohn Rose was burnt with powderRobert Rose has a fine mare for saleLumpklns Roses case will be tried next weokT J Lake Just returned from Berea CLOVER lOTTO Clover Bottom Feb 22Mumps and IOlola are scattered aL over the neighborhood Henry Click Is very poorly with mumps and several others have light casesThe friends and relatives of Miss Rose McGuIre were much surprised to hear of her wed ding which is said to have taken place last Thursday Tho bridegroom Is Nathan Jones of Evergreen Miss f McGuire formerly lived at Kerby KnobSherman Baker bought a 1 mule of David Durham for a hundred dollars Mrs Anne Holland of King ston visited her sister Mrs Rhoda Click of this place and Mrs Joel Lake of Evergreen James and Jno toBevery sick at this writing and Mr Dean is no longer a candidate for County AttorneyAll our schools closed some time agoThe following is a list of the Kerby Knob children who attended school regularly Aaron Powell Charlie Neely Her bert Click Tuck Powell Almer Ber p tha and Bessie Click Cora Williams I I I r t omomomomomomomomom Myrtle Click Gracie Sparks FlossieI Click and Nettle Kerby Bottom Feb 8llr Tom IClover wife are keeping house on Abrams farm near hero Mr W J Hays lost a mulo the other daW H Deans baby is very low Its recovery is very doubtful Rld dIo Durham is called to preach at the Clover Bottom Baptist church this yearThere are many candidates The rain last Tuesday night took off a good deal of fencing and cross ties noumKiicK Doublelick Feb 24We had a tide Tuesday night which did great dam age Henry Callahans house almost washed oft during the tide The roads are in such bad condition that I people had to stop hauling W M jjiarkn and Geo Gatllff made a busi ness trip to Wlldle for Henry Cook Joe Martin went Tuesday to see his DeI boy Married Nathan Jones and Rose McGuire Archie Anderson and Nannie Jones Henry Callahan had I a bush cutting last week and got a good days work doneMr Frank 11Iallcote has two fine hound pups for saleMr and Mrs Henry Callahan are rejoicing over a fine boy Mrs Maggie Rose is visiting her fatherinlaw Dr James Rose of Doublelick PEOPLES Peoples March 1Plenty of candidates I nowadays Mr James Davidson and son Sherman went to Alta mont today on business Mr John Baker visited home folks Thursday night Georgo Baldwin and Willie King are clearing a large new ground I Mr G W Baker candidate for sheriff of Jackson Co Is out canvassing I this weekSome of the young folks enjoyed a fine boat ride during the tide last weekMr Lee I Webb candidate for school superintendent was thru here shaking hands with the boys Friday lAltItOT Parrot March 1 Married Feb 22 Mr John McDowell to Mrs Hanna- hSparkmllnlarrled Feb 23 Mr Is aac Hlmes to Miss Lucy Roberts j Ellen the llttlo daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam House has been very sick j but is Getting betterMr Leonard Hacker of Moores Creek was at this place Friday on business Mr Wiley Baker Is selling out his house furnIi ture to go to Illinois Mr Cathern Andrews of Hamilton 0 Is with i j home folks hereMr Griffith Harris and wife of Conklin who were vlsltI ing N M Harris of this place have returned homeMr W F Colo of this place Is a candidate for magis I trateMr A 11 Parrett of Isaacs who is a candidate for sheriff of I Jackson Co passed thru this vIcini on his way to Horse Lick Died Ion the 27th of Feb at his home near I Moores Creek Mr George LewIsi lie was a member of the church aIcEENnALI Green Hall March 1 William Evans has moved to his new home onI Sturgeon Bent and Dunk Pierson are clearing up some nice new grounds I N Smith and Co are selling good In tho store vacated by the Jackson Co Bargain StoreJ D PIerson Is selling nursery stock this season for the Falrmount Nursery at Ttoy- OJ A Evans and family are planning to movo to Leslie Co for the sum merR E Evans sold a good mule to Stephen Marcum of London for 1IiO and bought a mare from Lll born PetersJ W Mullins candidate for County Judge gave an Interesting talk to a good crowd Saturday Dr Green Bowles will make his headquarters at J D PIersons March 710 All who are wanting teeth pulled repaired or made should callLee Pierson who went out of the liver business at Berea last year is located at Perkins Oklahoma Ills brother Harris Pierson is at Mitchell Ind SoD Evans is building a new black smith shopJ D PIerson has built a good barnJohn P Wilson Is building a large wood shed Silas Flanery Is putting a lot of sheds this barn and building a smoke house Teddy Lucy and Flnly Pierson aro now taking their vacation having been In school for the last 8 months A neighbor who has been still- Ing and selling whiskey for several years and caused the country untold trouble is now dodging the law and will leave with his family for Okla homa In a few days having got into so much trouble he cannot stay here Others should take warning and let whiskey and other intoxicating beverages alone It will get you into trouble sooner or later Tills man was doing well before he began fool- Ing with whiskey Ho owned two good farms one covered with fine timber and other personal property worth several hundred dollars and parties who ought to know say ho Is broken up We do trust no one will take up his trade In this county again Our regular meetings at Cannons chapel Is the first Sunday In earl month conducted by Rev Harvey Johnson and at Big Spring in the afternoon Mr Johnson is a good- man and always has a large audience We learn that tho L A n U will extend their line from Idamny to Buffalo soonJ R Cook Is Im proving his dwelling L M Cook has erected a new barnJas Moore and wife were visiting J F Smith SundayWe learn James B Hall will start up his saw mill In March yLADLUEN Maulden Feb 27on Feb 27th a series of meetings began at Mt Oil ead conducted by the Rev John Wil der James Pennington and William Johnston Mr Leonard Coffey of Egypt and Miss Llllle BIngham of Maulden wore quietly married Feb 25th at the home of the groom Mr and Mrs Lee Estridge were the guests of Mr and Mrs H C Ward the 24thMrs Charley Amyx anti children leave been visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Amyx of this place Lee Estrldgo of this place has sold his property of Win Former and has purchased a farm near London ands going to more to It soon SAND OAT Sand Gap Feb 28 Several cases of measles are reported near hreThe candidate plague is still in this vicinity and farmers are wishing the election was over Sherman Durham moved to his new home In Jasper Hollow Saturday Ambrose Brockman who was 111 is much ImprovedTho preached Revs Bowman and Clemmons at this placeto a large audience today James Isaacs has rented of Dillard Durham for the ensuing year the house and place recently vacated by Macarlah McKlney where ho will move in the near futureDan the little son of A P Gabbard who has paralysis of the face Is Improving A P Gabbard is planning to sell his property here and go to Canada in the spring We shall be sorry to lose them as they aro good neighbors and clllzens C P Moore candidate for County Attorney was in this vIcinity Saturday and stayed overnight at the home of J R Durham- Ir Moore seems to bo In the lead here ROCKASTLE COUNTY jiocKumn Rockford Feb 24A very hard rain fell here yesterday and last night Tho Infant of Mr hind Mrs W B Harris of Berea was burled at the Scaffold Cane cemetery Tuesday Feb 23 The cause ot the little ones death was whooping cough Miss Bottle Todd is staying with Mrs Arthur Guinn at Snider Mr James Balluger who has been sick so long Is slowly Improving Mrs Nora McGuire is reported betterMr T C Vlars and daughter Beulah visited Mr and Mrs J E Dalton of Berea Saturday and SundaySunday school is progressing nicely at Scaffold Cane CONWAY Conway Feb 28The hard storm of last week caused wash outs and the overflow of Round Creek Mr I A Bowman had three calveD drowned Mr Bill Wood Is very sick lIe has moved to the property he bought of Crlss Wood Jim Wood is slckThe Round Stone Land Co is selling land every week Arthur Dalley bought 100 acres and some others contemplate buying H H Dalley is thinking of running a boarding house soon in Conway and desires tho patronage of all those who wish to stop with him No card playing or whiskey drinking will be allowed TKMPIAH Templer Fob 23The farmers are fixing for a largo tobacco crop In this end of the countyMr J T Bunch i who has been very poorly for some time fa improving slowly Mr E O Nelson Is very slckMr David Lu cas has been very poorly for some tlme1Ir J T Durham is very ill Mr Charles Robinson has a saw and grist mill on Parkers Creek Mr Isaac Clouse and family aro sell ling out to go west Church was held at Fairview last Saturday and Sunday There was a large attendance Six preachers were present New lamps havo been gotten for the church Mrs Laura Wells of Alder Branch visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J C Standby of Livingston paid theirI daughter a visit from Thursday to Saturday Miss Salllo Green of Alta mont Is visiting her sister near KingstonGARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick March 1Mrs Susie Halcomb Is very IllJohn Cade has sold his farm near Wallaccton to Colo Guinn for 2600 and will leave for Oklahoma In the spring Tho recent rains have done considerable i damage to bottom land Mrs Fannie Brockman and three children were tho guests of G B and O L Gab bard Friday and Saturday night Mrs L Stowe and family were visiting her father and mother Mr and Mrs Chas Rogers of Richmond last weekG B Gabbard has been on the sick list for the last few days- MADISON COUNTY UK IIIIU Big Hill March 2The farmers are plowing and getting ready for corn Sunday school Is progressing at Pilot I I 7oY4LB4K7NG I I Makes delicious hot biscuitflgriddle cakes rolls The only Baking Powder I Made from Royal Grape Cream of TartarI school house Thursday night prayer meeting is to be led by Mrs Hunter Every body is invited Preaching at the school house Sunday night fay the Rev II L Ambrose All that can should attend this service New song books have been bought for this place and a singing school is expected soon Mrs Whit LewIs who has been sick is somo better Miss Mary Robinson who has been sick for somo time is reported better Mr Gilbert House brought his brother Elmer who died from heart dropsy from California to London for burial Mr Leo Hays and family who went to Indiana two years ago are expected to return to Kentucky In July Mr Hays went for his health He is said to be ten pounds heavier than ho ever wasMrs Lucy Hayes oriel Willie went to Dr Cowleys of rico and were vaccinated March 1 ESTILL COUNTY- sTATInN CASH Station Camp Mar IWe had the largest tide of this season In tho creek last weeekA great many rafts were taken out of station Camp and Red Lick Creeks Horace Kidwell bought a number of hogs of the Wells boys on Red Lick Win Isaacs and Lewis Isaacs took several head of 4 cattle to Richmond Monday Mr LewIs Lakes who has been 111 is improving James and Willie Lakes went to Jackson Co last week to buy hogsS n ium who has been t logging on Red Lick this fall got a number of rafts out on this title 1 Misses Winnie Mary and Kato Mooros were the guests of Mrs Anne Click ThursdayCarter Fowler passed thru our town todnDr J K Scrivner bought a pair of mules from J T Sparks for tOOMr W French and wife aro rejoicing over the arrival of two girls in their homo on the 2Cths Turner Derbln left last Friday for Illinois where ho will spend tho BUIII mer Clay Moorcs has ordered a lot of fencing lie alms to go Into tho sheep raising business Homer Arvlno of this placo sold a tract of land for 2000 Ray Arvlne had a working Saturday and a party Saturday night Locust LOCUST Branch nnAccnISparks of Station Contlnunl It THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN I THE CITIZEN gives you more than the worth of 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