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Digital page images are linked to the text file. eMOr9utlA ses60odasosumRo o J osuar uusuaa o BEREA PUBLISHING CO o The Citizen is Growing Rap o INCUBPURATKU 1 1THE CITIZEN g Idly Let Your Business STANLEY FROST Mani i i Keep Pace With It By Adver IISnUrttl at the orkur o tlslng j oooooooooeeo Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People mowoaoeoeooosoososonim IIIJVol X Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 11 lOOn One Dollar a year No 37 WEEKI1 Daughter Divorced fDLACK HAND OUTRAGE A tiro- mysterl istarted by a member of tho ous Black Hand a secret society which terrorizes Italians lu this country and takes terrible revenge on all who ro rOllultedIJ housethe flro was sot and ten innocent people wero burned to death I ARMY ULLJfho U 8 Army of lfleers have stopped taking now ro i V Into tho army for a while There are still some vacancies In the J ranks but Congress did not appro prlata enough money to make It pos sible to till them Tho recent hard 5tines nod tho talk of a possible war mantHomo drop out GRAFT 1UNISHBD Three of the Ilttsburg councilmen who have been accused of accepting bribes for legis lation have been convicted and sea fenced to jail It is expected that others will follow for there is just about the same kind ot evidence against all of thorn A good ninny of the big cities have been having graft trials lately and there aroinany evidences to show that tho people are getting tired of being exploited for time benefit of a raw men WhoQ that Idea hits hero some of our lending politicians of both parties will have to stop dow- nC00iJiit THIAL ARGUMENT Arguments began Monday In tho trial i of Col Carper and other for eon spiracy to murder Seu Carmack tofI TennoMce There Is no tolling how long the lawyers may talk but It Is hoped that the ease will end this week OHHVHRA DYING Admiral Cor vera tho Spanish admiral In command when Spains fleet was destroyed oft Santiago Is dying at his homo in Cad la Spain In his dying moments ho speaks of the bravery of tho American crews In rescuing the teen they had defeated and tho klndium ot officers and teen alike to wounded and suffering Spaniards AFRAID FOR ROOSKVBLT Prof Starr qf the University of Chicago Is lying awake nights It has 00 oured to him that oxPre Roosevelt is too weak and trail a man to bei allowed to go hunting In Africa and ho says that Roosevelt will nor rU1turn to this country alive Ho lieves that a lion will probably get the exIreeldont but says that It the lions lose out there will be sonic fever or other dlsonio handy to do tho job- SITE FOR BONEA man is being sued In Washington for a part ot his leg The man Is Ueorgo Kelly Ho was about to dlo In a Washington hospital from tuberculosis of tho leg I bone when another man was brought i In and tiled and the doctors told Kelly that they could save his lire by cutting out tho diseased bone and 1Imttlng In Its place a part of tho logy tho healthy but dead mans who was named Hans Albrecht cllI told them to go ahead they did and now he Is walking around partly on his own leg partly on Albrechts Dut tho dead mans relatives do not think this Is quite fall and have brought I suit They want Kelly to bo compell- edO to give that bono lJaok or tr noti to pay rent for It at so much a month It does seen likely that the relatives will get damages for i It Is a point of law that a donut mans r body belongs to hits relatives TWO CENT 11ATK KAILS Tho Ui S Court In Kansas City Mo has finally overturned tho law ot thati state which required all b carry passengers for two cents a toile and fixed a freight rate Tho court decided that as tho roads ran at a loss the rate fixed was confiscation and unjust and that the law I Is therefore unconstitutional f SHOT BY SUITOR Mrs Wm Me Keo a widow in 1ittsburg was shot to death Sunday morning by a reject ed lover lIe broke Into her house made his way to her room wakened I her and when she again refused to herl A divorce was granted Tuesday In Lincoln Nob to Mrs Ruth Bryan Loavltt a dau ghter of WJ Bryan There was no detensoII ot Drlnkloy Ark was destroyed damage estimated at 1000000 was done and about forty lives were lost as a result of a storm which swept across tho state on Tuesday L OR1 TORRE HERE Great Evangelist Begins WorkPro gramme for the WeekA Sketch of Mr Jacoby Who Will SpeakDr Torreys First Sermon Tho great revival conducted by the Rev Dr Torroy tho greatest living evangelist has begun In IJerea and every ono who possibly can should get out to the meetings Every thing points to a great blessing and remarkable results and there was a distinct feeling of power present at tho first meeting under Dr Torres direction Two preparatory services had been held by Dr Thomson Sunday and Mon day nights Ires Frost was to havo assisted at theso but was confined by Illness The work of preparation for the meetings has been thoro and now the time has coino to reap tho harvestFollowing Is tho programme of meetings for the next few days Ito member that Dr Torrey Is In such demand tho world over that wo will bo unable to keep him with us longer that Sunday night and tho most should bo mado of these few meet lugs Also remember that there will bo many visitors in town tho Chapel will bo tilled and good seats reward those that come early Some of tho meetings aro more for students but all citizens aro earnestly invited to attend This is the programme Thursday OMB a m Dr Torroy speaks In chapel SMS p m Mr Jaeobys class for Bible workers Main chapel 718 p m Dr Torroy In Chapel with song service Friday A MidWeek Sabbath 946 a m Dr Torroy preaches In I Ohapel 300 p m Dr Torrey speaks to ministers ot the gospel in tho upper chapel Mr Jacoby speaks In Main Chapel 716 p m Dr Torroy and song sor vice In Chapol Saturday 230 p in Mr Jacoby In the main ohapolII in Mr Jagphy tells the oTlils ire In Mlln Chapel 1030 a in Dr Torroy In main- Chapel following a song service 300 p m Dr Torroy In Main Chapel 300 p m Childrens service Upper Chapel InI 716 p m Closing oxerlsos under Dr Torroy In Main Thus fs tho ChallelImiss a mooting you can Dr Torroy and his party which I includes Mrs Torroy Mr Jacoby and Dr Palmer tho choral loader arrived Tuesday afternoon after closing a wonderful revival at Montgomery Ala Thoy will be obliged to leave here on Monday so that each meeting I Is precious momIborJacoby He will address several meet ings und men In particular will want to hoar hint for ho Is a mighty strong ran Ills life has been one ot adventure and there is no more splendid example of what Christ can do orI n fallen man Ho has shared the vices and most of tho crimes of men ho hits proved his physical manhood in many ways and tho re ligion that reached him has In It noth- Ing of the mollycoddle or sissy Item are a few points from Mr Jacobys record He was orderly for Gen Castor during several ot tho j famouiMndlan fighters greatest campaigns and know all the great rIghtI ore of tho border Ho was saved from tllS1honoralll tohissoldierIlugas well as Indians and got into j trouble Ho wail present nt tho ring 11SulUmnship frown Kllraln In 7C rounds of fighting with tho baro fiststhe others In his little party wore a bar tender a confidence man and a bur glar Ho was a friend of Pat Crowo tho famous bandit who held up and kidnapped tho son of trainsI Americas richest men Ho famous poker player and for a while made his living by gambling Ho ro forced a fight in Omaha whet there were present Parson Davies tho great prize fight promoter Reagan and Petor Jackson the greatest ne- gro fighter that over lived Ho is such a husky man that ho was many times taken for Kllraln when that great fighter was alive Ho is a man nil right Now ho Is a redeemed man and can toll other men about II mans religion Camp and hear him SMILE AND SMILE AGAIN This is the open season for grouches Almpst every one you see has one somtj people have two or three All mouths turn down at the corners and there are two main topics ofconversntione rain and the mud Thesd two things are ground into the souls of every one stud as if it were not enough to run into both every time you stick your head out of door you hear about them every time anyone talks to you in doors If by any chance you talk to some one who doesnt howl about tho weather or tho mud or both it is because that person hits already told you just what ho or shin thinks about it so fully that there is nothing to be said on tho subject Thoro is no time of tho year when a little cheerfulness will go so fur A smile is worth a ray of sunshine in every life it reaches aud sunshine Is what wo ueed worst these dark days A cheeryword and a hearty handclasp a bright remarkand an view perI A merry smile doeth good like a medicine says the old proverb and there are never days when such medicine is more needed than at this time of your when tho whole world seems soaking and dank and every one is suffering from the physical effects of a winter with little fresh air or fresh food Tho seldom and then not when it fits your own plans best the clouds hung so heavy in the air that a follow feels as if they had somehow got into his brain there is no sign of a letup and life takes on a deep indigo blue color But if the sun doesnt shine wo can make our faces do so and if the clouds will stay over head there is no reason for having them on our physiognomies Polish up your faces n little andsee how soon there will be nu answering gleam in those of the friends you meet Wear a smiloit will make you happier as well as your friends Try the power cheerfulness on yourself you willnever get a hatter chance FOR PURE SEEDSI Mr Rankin state commissioner of Agriculture has started a movement which promises a good many dollars for tho farmers of this state It is a movement which has been tried elsewhere with immense profit and time only pity is that Kentucky has been so slow f In getting into line Tho movement is that which aims to see that Kentucky farmers get pure seeds There ir a great deal of bad seed sold in this market as in every other where tho government does not make great efforts to stop it It is n great dent cheaper to put in what cones handy than to care fully pick the weeds out of the seed plants Pure seed costs n little more nt first and a good many short sighted farmers are watching those first dollars mighty close But impure seed costs more in the end for when tilt lay is cut or time grain the weeds that grew where tho good grass might have been take five dollars off the value of the crop where tho fanner saved fifty cents on his seed Mr Haukin offers if any man will scud him a sample of seed to send hack word what there is in itso the man will be able to pro tect himself from the tinscruplous merchants This will be not only a protection to the farmers but to the honest merchants and there should not bo the least opposition to this On the other hand send lag n sample to the ffjmi85ionerrrlli 11iave a Iformor n good ninny dollars and will cost almost nothing This is the time to try itso that all the seed will be ready and tested when tie tune to plant conies Every progressive farmer ought to get in on this opportunity It is really money given away by the state A GREAT REVIVAL Chapman and Alexander Doing Won ders in Boston Dont Forget that Berea has Equal Opportunities Dur ing this WeekIEverywhere of Boston In homes In factories In stores nnd oven In news paper offices tho revival In tho chief topic of conversation This statement Is made by Mr George T n Davis in an article In The Examiner New I York recounting the features of thoIlresent religious Interest in i Boston and its neighborhood Tho article In no respect overstates the situation certifies the general chair man and the chairman of the press committee Tho city Is In the midst of what is in many respects tho greatest revival Now England has I over known Dr Conrad pastor of tho famous Park Street Congregation alist Church adds Before wo got through wo will seo I firmly believe ono ot time greatest revivals America has over known Mr Davis gives these facts The newspapers are devoting page after page to the spread of tho awakening Today the most conser vative morning paper In Boston devotes seven columns to the revival another paper devotes most of three pages to tho movement Yesterday a reporter told mo that for two hours after he reached the office ho did no work but simply talked to the other reporters about the revival Every ono Is amazed at tho manor In which the power of God line fallen upon tho city i The movement is under the leader ship of Dr J Wilbur Chapman and i Mr Charles M Alexander assisted II1lnlsterslancl Boston havo united In ah effort to win tho lost of the city to a knowledge of Christ Before tho arrival ot tho evangelists there had been long and earnest preparation and n great volume of prayer Tho revival fires were already kindled and only await ed the arrival of tho evangelists to burst Into flame A wellknown religious editor who has been In tho ministry for nearly fifty years told me ho hind never be fore Aien a crept city so ctirrcd by thofrower of God Ho mentioned the significant fact that a strnge quiet C ness has come upon the streets of the city at night The Rev L B Bates D D father of exGovernor Bates says that he has never seen anything like this movement in the last thirty years At one of the meetings in Cambridge a suburb of Boston the Mayor presided and said that ho had spoken to a policeman who declared that the effect of the revival was wonderfully lessening the work ot tho policemeniTho crowds which flock to the meetings remind mo of the scenes in Swansea during the Welsh revival four years ago It is estimated that fully 25000 people attended the meetings nightly while 30000 were present on Sunday altho the regular services were continued In most of the churches To mo no feature of the movement is more impressive than to see 3000 people over halt of them men pack Tromont Temple at noon dally sPlrlt1Yesterday hoping by some possibility to gain admission Tho throngs are so great that two extra meetings downtown are held dally one In the Park Street I Congregational Church and time other In tho historic Fancull Hall Tho singing of gospel hymns forms ono of tho chief features of the awakening It Is said Revival hymns havd been published In tho newspapers and people are heard singing on tho street About halt tho time atI the meetings is given to Mr Alexander who leads tho singing Ho Is described as a young man of tho trimmest appearance and tho most alert bearing Ho is very bald but his face is very fresh Ho lime the most wlnsoue smile imaginable The Christian Endeavor AlexIandersomewhat dramatic method of pres entation Thus The usual rather slow start in the singing with the usual preponder anco of female voices Mr Alexander with exaggerated sweetness Thank you ladles Much laughter You great big broadshouldered men where were you 1 I couldnt hear a sound from you And now you have to sing You wont havo a chance to hear Dr Chapman till you do sing Now just the men And if you dont know Continued on fourth page THINGS TO THINK OF Just to leave In His dear hand Little things All wo cannot understand All that stings Just to let him take the care Sorely pressing Finding all we let him bear Changed to blessing Trifles make perfection but perfection is no trifle The luck that I believe In is that which comes with work and no one ever finds It whos content to wish to shirk The men who the world calls lucky will tell you every one that success comes not by wishing but hard work bravely done byI When angry count ten before you speak when very angry count one hundred IN OUR OWN STATE Marshall Bullitt Resigns Place Charges of Fraud In Louisville Primary Laurel ExOfficials In dicted choiS BEFORE JAILThe first session of the Federal District Court which met lost week In Jackson Breathltt County lasted only two day The Judge permitted all who were given jail sentences to go homo un der bond that they would return after their crops were gathered In the fall and serve their sentences then This was a great relief to the jailer as tho jail was full the Circuit Court having already committedsome sixty violators THAT APRIL PRIMARY A hear ing now going on In Louisville Is bringing out testimony which If true should bring a blush to every deceut Republican In the state The testimony is to the effect that at that primary all the usual corrupt methods were resorted to by at least one faction and that the whole primary was reeking with corruption and could not In any way be taken as showing the will of time rank and file of the party Many men pre inclined Jo say that nil Republicans are good and all Democrats bad but the facts are that while tho vast majority of both parties are decent citizens there are a certain number of dirty criminals who join one or the other party for the sake of what there is In it and they occasionally get control of one party or another That Is what seems to have happened to tho Re springEveryto assist In driving corruption out ct politics and especially out ot his own party for all disgrace that goes with such corruption conies back on him There is evidence that both sides In this primary were equally bad and it looks mightily like the Republican party In Louisville needs a good house cleaning EXOFFICIALS INDICTED Indict ments have been found against Frank P Elliott exsheriff and county clerk of Laurel and Charles N Provence also an excounty clerk on charges of forgery There is very high feeling both for and against both men and a special term of court has been ap pointed to try them It will meat the first Monday in April 10000 FOIL A HUSBAND A recent decision of the Court of Appeals holds that Miss Frances McClelland a well known Blue Grass gh twill have to bo married before site can collect a legacy of 10000 loft her by an uncle The money will be hors day she gets married but not be thoI OLD REPUBLICAN DEAD One of tho deplorable results of the bad weather at Tafta Inaguratlou was the death on the Bradley special train on the way home of Mr J W Calvert a leading Republican who was present at tho formation of the party NOMINATIONS IN 23rd There be log no opposition the District Com 1nCircuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney The primary election has been called pit A 100 FOOT FALLW T How Ionldayhundred toot cliff on Clover Creek The horse became unmanageable near the cliff and finally bucked over BULLITT RESIGNS Marshall Bullitt who was leader of the Taft forces against Bradley baa resigned his place as a member of the hoard of Public Safety of Louisville It is thought that tho disclosures about the April primaries havo something to do with It IN WASHINGTON I A Great Inauguration Except for the WeatherStorm Mars Fine Pa rade and Death Follows Pleasure Legislation Washington D C March 8 09 When the Great American People undertake to celebrate the Incoming of a great man as President tho result IB a festival dny not to be eqaali ed under tile sun in this present day and age The writer has seen monster multitudes on many occasions In eluding the famous St Louis Day at the St Loula Worlds Fair and a September Saturday night at Coney Island New York but the Indescrib ably Immense throngs that choked the streets of Washington city last Thursday belong In a class by themselves Estimates vary from 206000 to 400000 additional persons In the city on that day For the real thing in a greatAmerlcan crowd Inaupur atlon Day holds the palm sightseers of country bankers Also that they were composed of city sports Also that they were largely from the southern central states Also that they came mainly from Baltimore and Philadelphia But when the crowds actually arrived and the spectator attempted to assign them to any one class of society or any one region of the country he was forced to Hive I up The factwas plain that the Great American people had sent representatives of every variety The green felt hat of the Bowery swell knocked against the stately Stetson of the Kentucky col onel and that in turn jostled the Western sombrero and the trim derby of the Middle West Farmers and business men and machinists stood side by side In the surging mars of humanity that covered every corner of the Capitol Plaza ant filled Penn sylvania Avenue for a solid miltT nnc a half It was a truly national nS= sembloge BUT THE WHATHERi OIL flYf The weather was outrageously bad After three weeks of mild and beautiful weather Washington had the misfortune to see cloudy skies on Tuesday morning rain all day Wednesday and a soft suffoclatlng snow all Wed nesd1night and Thursday morning which clogged the streets stopped the trains and broke down every tele graph wire out of Washington leav Inbthe town dependent upon a single wireless station on the New Willard Hotel Mr Taft was forced to take the oath and read his inauguration address Inside the Senate Chamber because the health of the aged Chief Justice Fuller could not be risked In the snowstorm outside Mr Taft however stepped cut onto the out side platform for a few moments and bowed to tho crowdo which had been standing In the six Inch slush since early morning waiting eagerly for a sight of him Then Mr Roosevelts carriage set out for the Union Sta tion and the ovation nhlch had greeted Tafts appearnce was redoubled Mr Roosevelts act In leaving town at once Instead of remaining to review tho great parade with Mr Tart was one of great tact If Roosevelt land stayed It seems probable that he dayineteadA GREAT PARADE Five thousand dollars were sport PunnIslyvamia for tho big parade which commenced about twothirty and lasted until darkness closed tho scone President Taft watched tho passing of the great pageant from his special reviewing stand In tho center of tho Court of Honor behind time White Mouse All along the two miles of the line ot 100Ithelatterscores of Instances Rooms with two windows fronting on time Avenue rent ed for 400 The parade was equal to tho occasion Preseldent Taft was escorted from the Capitol by Troop A of Ohio composed ot the flower ot Ohios finest young mon from tho wealthy classes and presenting an appearance hardly to bb matched by any existing cavalry troop Other features were the Philippine Con stabulary Band tho sailors from the world clrclhng fleet the New York delegation headed by Governor Hughes and time Taft Marching Club of CincinnatiPLEASURE AND DEATH- In the evening tho city emptied Itself upon the Ellipse In front of Continued on fourth pager tfAVE tho agriculturist and tho venoroblo scarecrow t v I H 1tthoknow say they have blulrPfarmers silent against birds of tho air I which prey upon vego table lIfo and beasts of tho ground with In clinations likewise Is doomed It Is declared Charged barbed wire fences shotguns and special propS arations of polsou tho modern antidote for dumb sinners have como into being to such an extent that the scarecrow Los passed the period of usefulness in many sections Professional jokers and farmers who employ electricity In Jt mSfs NriN loNGLCIQfarmer8fl to 100 sores the city man was wont to ask Why that fellowPOF7 loafs ri dim long over that corn field tho crows and the farmers wife aro sorry And they have reasons too Tho romancer who mentally tare off ynrdsaud yards of poetry about tile liathotio plight of tho guardian of the chicken coop and oat crop must wend his way about tho plan tation of We country cousins in constant fear ot ton hJng a live wire and ho has no more such lifelike themes for lila alleged poetic ability Tho small farmer is sorry to see his brother of larger worldly goods tako a step forward by iprodoimltYs the scarecrow extinct The oily man may no longer wonder at tho art at putUng tho sham together and his suggestions about ghrlag it a touch of decoration is positive Jy crt s loto- 3Uror Die crows It is tho duty of every mother crow as well as the father crow to teach its young that tho scarecrow Is tho friend of all crOws Hence the silent friend of winter and summer can no longer bo perched upon by the young crows in learning to fly and tho figure which ups Intended to be tho crows god of ill omen trot which in tho eyes of tho darkhued minlona of the air was an indication of tho whereabouts of edibles in tho shape of corn usu ally Is to be swept Into oblivion Tho farmdrfl wife hates to seo tho scarecrow go because of pleasant associations During tho long summer days whllo she Is alone tho men and boys being off in tho fields tho silent stiff armed policeman carries on a silent conversation with her and sho has surprised city people by in sorting a corn husk In tho scarecrows upper left hand pocket DS a tribute to tho vanity of tho Inanimate farmhand Always absolutely safe to ialk t6 never answering surlily always silent under tho most scathing arraignment Is it any wonder that tho scarecrow will be missed by tho womon ksT Titus n score ot years may see It extinct Amid gnashing of teeth by tho oldtime agriculturist toare by fair conversationalists cawcaws by crows nocking tho causo of the now vogue mourn ing by tho city folks and others eo curtain Is to bo drawn over this piteous Individual Tho wprfl scarecrow signifies its realm of use fulness ulitcn Is to scam crows hawks rabbits sllairrctln fact most anything or being which IB liable to Inflict grievous wrong upon Mr JFarracr While the scarecrow Itself may become extinct tits art of making scarecrows will always live Bgrlbullural experts declare The realistic scare craw IB a work of art A touch of realism here and there WJI often chase away tramps In the summer UmtJ nearsighted tramps especially The scarecrow Is purely an American institu tion Invented for the purpose of helping tho fawner protect his grains but reversed by thieves and rondo an overpresent food Indicator Nobody knows who Invented It and nobody cares IUUCU One story which baa found so much credence Is that told by a Now England farmer who remem bers tho times before tho war At that time he knew ft form hand In Maine who was by natural lnullnct a shirker of work Ills employer learned this after tho man had been In his employ threo hours Seeing that ho was practically useless In general farm work ho set him to watching a prize cornBtSja hoping thatby this method ho might utll lio tho mans Borvlcos and save his corn for the crows iveva hungry and there were lots of them For two daja this suited tho son of rest fine for ho could Ho down and doze the mere sight of him scaring the crows for miles around Tho shirker whose name cannot be divulged y 3r because of the fact that his grandson Is now holder of a high office at Portland Me dis covered that tho crows flow away at the sight of him and he soon grew tired of his work So ho rigged up a crude Imitation of a twentieth century scarecrow and put tho Invention to work Then he spent his days snoozing un der a tree In tho apple orchard his employer believing him still on duty at tho feeding ground of the crows Slncethattlmo his idea has been greatly Im proved but then It was the pinnacle of Yankee ingenuityHo two sticks crosswise and simply rested his tattered coat over tho device This scared tho crows worse a1er to say nothing of n pair of ton oboes and an occasional poaey in the left Inpol of a light fir gray overcoat and you have a Holland scarecrow In holiday attire Critics might declare that this sort of a guardian of the + fTjlQyJSQFjj hc f110ldl so little resembles the farmer ROAD6dUgLL worK that tho crows and tRHEQfQLorother enemies of tho ngrlcul- nlffl would perchance pluck the 7ADEWIWIWEflower from his buttonhole but tho argues that tho more uucom SCARECROW I dO than ne himself had and he was much pleased Tho adage reads Necessity Is the mother of Invention but In his caso That tired feeling was the mother of tho scarecrow Every theatergoer remembers the Wizard of Oz since nicknamed thoaizardofWas George Stone an oldtime athlete of marked ability capered about as the scarecrow In that musical comedy and his movements were typical oftho silent bluffer Stone Is doublojolntedand In Ills part resembled a scare crow so much thalthe first part of the play In which he stands Immovable and limp for a period of 18 minutes It was often thought that be was a piece of scenery adjusted by tho property man Stono was the first Imitator of the scarecrow and that show embodied tho only character whichever tried to look like the minion of tho cornfield He was so limber that his twlceaday stunt was to fall down a staircase on his face which be did regularly without denting tho stairs Cal Holland former ChIcagoan but today a prosperous farmer located threo miles from Benton Harbor Mich is tho ono and only first and original scarecrow export His farm is a veritable scarecrow convention They stare at you from tho front yard from back of tho chicken run from the back door of the farmhouse and the fields are dotted with them And Mr Hollands scarecrows aro some scarecrows He has boy scarecrows men scarecrows girl and women scarecrowesses the latter being equipped with phonographic apparatus to make them realistic lie Is now working on a dog scarecrow which when complete will make tho brindle bull pups of the fiercest mien wind their tails between their legs and trace their steps thitherOf color In Mr Hollands scarecrows there is no end Imagine one equipped with a neatly Ironed pocket handkerchief cigar stub in the place generally supposed to contain Its physiogno my a hat sot rakishly on the left side of its head Mr Hollands worn out trousers neatly creased mon tho scarecrow the bettor It scares so wo u lot it go at that A woman from Chicago recently visited Mrs Holland and commented favorably upon the farm except for those rubes in tho back yard who aro continually staring at a person Usually tho agriculturist has use for every gar meat They pro mado over for tho children and the oldest son as a rule retreats Into tho fathers discards at least xhile doing the work about the farm When tho clothes have passed the period of usefulness they are handed over to tho silent send nel whero tho elements play with them until there is little to remind tho farmer of hIs exapparel That is the elements play with them If the knights of tho side door Pullman dont happen up on the scone and divest the scarecrow ot its cloth ing beoro storm and wind do There are dozens and dozens of farm stories about invasions ot hoboes and their art of ef fecting stealthy clothing trades with the guards of tho cornfields In which caso tho friends of the crows always come off second best and far more tatteredIn cases it takes the scavengers of tho air some time to mako tho acquaintance of tho re vamped sentinel anew and thus tho farmer Is aided despite the fact that hrj and his dog hato the bo Out tho scarecrow Is absolutely and positively to mako his final appearance soon It is said and modern methods of saving the crops aro taking away ono of the most picturesque features of the American farm tho pools murmur Action of the Magnetic Needle Tho magnetic needle comes to rest pointing north and south because the earth acts an if it wero a great magnet A compass needle wonld como to rest pointing lengthwise of u bar magnet placed under the compass needle Just as It does under tho Influence ot the earth For this reason we think of tho earth as a great magnet Tho north polo and tho north star have no Influence over tho compass needle WRITHED IN FLAMES FOR NINE MINUTES Vengeance of Texas Mob Wreaked on Negro Accused of Assaulting White Woman Koekwall Tox March SArter hav ing boon Identified by Mrs Arthur MC- Kinney as the negro who attempted a criminal assault upon her Friday morn- Ing Anderson Ellis was taken from the Ilockwall county jail Sunday night and secured to an iron stake driven Into the earth and burned to death lu tho presence of about a thousand per sons Earlier in tho evening Will Clark 6 negro was shot and Instantly killed when his father Andrew Clark refused permission to a IKJSBO to search his promises on the assumption that Kills was concealed there People wore hero from several towns nail from Dallas Collin and Hunt as well and Itockwall county to witness tho exBcutlon of tho negro Ellis admitted his guilt but refused to mako a statement or to leavo faro well messages for his relatives Ho did not utter a cry as tho pile of cordwood which had been woll sat urated with kerosene was set afire nor did ho show loss of nerve as tho flame cooked his flesh Ho was devil within nlno minute after tho torch had boen applied The burning occurred In tho public square of tho city At an oarly hour Friday morning Mrs McKlnnoy went Into her back yard and was seized by tho negro Ellis an omployo of McKla fey who attempted to assault her She fqught desperately and tho negro run ning away called that ho would mur der her should sbo reveal his attempt OIl actTho alarm spread quickly and the entire section turned out joining the authorities in tho chase after Uio ne gro Tho soarch continued through Friday aud Saturday When a posse Sunday arrived at the farmhouse of Andrew Clark a nogro a demand was rondo to search the promises on tho supposition that the negro Kills was hero in hiding Upon refusal the Inmates were commanded to surrender and two negroes were ob served to run from tho rear of tho houseShots were fired at them and ono of thorn William Clark a son of tho ne- gro farmer was killed Tho other no gro now known to bo Bills escaped He was surrounded In a farmhouse threo miles south of Caddo Mills Ellis armed made a desporato resistance and emptied his weapon at tho posse During tbo fight with tho posse Ellis was wounded twice The negro was placed In tho Kockwall county jail When It beeamo generally known that Ellis was held Ip the jail a quiet but determined crowd of mon overpowered tho jailer secured his keys unlocked tho cell and brought tho negro down There was no rowdylng Tho negro was securely tied to an iron stake Cordwood saturated with kerosene was piled about him and upon his re fusel to mako a statoment beyond ad milting his guilt In tho pro on 00 of Sirs McKlnnoy who fully Identified him na her assailant the torch was ap plied JEALOUS WIFE Shoots New York Labor Agitator Then Fatally Wounds Herself Norwich N Y March 81Ionry C Jacobs u prominent Central Now York labor agitator was Sunday shot twice through tho head by his wife who then shot herself inflicting a wound from which she died The reason for the rash deed was jealousy Mrs Jacotm left a public statement In which she accused Mrs Harriet Garner of Chicago a nurse who for tho past 11 months has been caring for her husbands father of brooking up her homo She states that Jacobs had admitted his infatuation Widow Shot By Rejected Suitor Plttsburg Pa March 8 Waking at 4 oclock Sunday morning at her home in Deaver 30 miles west of hero Mat Mamie McKee a widow found Will lam O Wither a rejected suitor stand ing at her bedside and when sbo de Glared again In answer to his question that she did not love the man ho fired four bullets Into her head Wllnor killed himself by taking poison and then shooting himself Church Destroyed Klttonnlng Pa March STho First Presbyterian church considered ono of tho finest housts of worship In Western Pennsylvania was destroyed by fire Sunday morning Loss 90000 38000 Insurance Tho fire started II Is believed from tho heating appa ratus Foundry Plant Destroyed By Fire Annlston Ala March SAn Incendiary fire early Sunday morning In tho plant of tho Central Foundry Co hero caused a loss of 60000 and 2CO men woro thrown out of employment Ends Life With Poison Boston March 8trs Bertha Wildes Elton 42 years old a prom- Inent club woman of Dorchester short story writer and wellknown student of sociology committed sulddo by drink- Ing poison at her homo Saturday morning Law Will Hit Japs Honolulu March 8Tho territorial senate by a vote of 10 to G boa passed to its second reading the nntlJapaneso bill vhich prohibits aliens from fishing In Hawaiian waters L THE PRICE OF A DRINK Five rents n claw Don anyone think That la really the pro of a drink Five cents a ffUM I hear you say Why that Isnt very much tll pay- Oh no Indeed tin n very email sum You are pausing ocr twixt linger and thumb 1 Ant If that were all that you gave away I It wouldnt bo very much to pay i- The price of a drink Let him decide tho pride has lost his courage and lost htsIAnt lies n groveling heap of clay Not fur removed from o heart today The prlco of n drink 7 Let that cno tell Who sleeps tonlKht In n murderers cell Anil feels within him tho fins of licit Honor end virtue lore and truth All the glory and pride of youth hopes of manhood tho wreath of fame High endeavor and noble alto These are the treasures thrown away As the price of a drink from day to day Flea eenta A Klaus How Batan laughed As oer the bar the young man quaffed The faded liquor for Urn semen knew The terrible work that drink wonld do And before the morning the vlotlm lay With his Ilfs blood swim ebbing away And that was the price he paid alas 1or the pleuarot of taking a itoolal slusil The price of n drink If you want ti knew What porn are willing tn pay for It jro Tllrouch that wretoliwl tenement over there- With ding windows and hrokrn stair Where mill PleeMO like n vampire crawls With outtretch d wings eer the moldy walla There Poverty dwell with her hungry brood- Wildeyed a demon ter lark of food There Sham In n corner creuehra low There Violence deals UK cruel blond Innocent odes are thus aaounnl To pay the price of uaothrra thirst Flvo caste a Klaus Ob If that were all The arrtBce would Indeed bo small Hut the menoya worth Is the least amount Wo pay and whoever will kp amount Win learn the terrible waste amt Might That followe title rulnoiM appetite- llve cents a irlnwir DOAS anyone think That that hi really the pries nf n drink loeepklne loUard THE SALOON IN OUR TOWN What It Did lo Ruin Many of Our Men of Promise I was In my twentyfirst year whon I saw the dead lady of Abraham Lin coin lying In state In St James hall Hiiffalo N Y The lines of his face were noble oven In death At that time I was employed as night dork In one of llHffitloB largest hotels Tho proprietor a good looking middle =ed widower with a small family of frownup sons and daughters was ad i dlctod to gin cocktails Ills order In vurtMbly was gin cocktail coiisld orablo gun and llltlo water A fow years afterward he tiled In nn Insane asylum In New York stain In 1867 I served In a similar capacity In a hotel In Erie Pa Tho proprietor nc quired qitlte a fortune sotnathlng over 150000 Ho became a gambler and drunkard lost his fortnno and about ten years aftorward while net Ing as a Parlor In the same hotel ho foil out of a thirdstory window and his neck was brokenall this owing to Tho Saloon In Our Town In 1884 I engaged In business In Clove land 0 Dud In ton years accumulated about 0000 Now In these years I drank occasionally and never Imag- Ined that at some future day I should becomo ono of tho worst drunkards In tho United States Yet such alas proved to bo tho cue Why I used to sneak along tho streets fooling so mean and lowas If I dared not meet tho folks I used to know I loft Clove land In 1899 and have never bcon there since I traveled through Mich igan and Indiana and worked as a salesman In various lines In 1900 I came to Imllnnnpolln and got strand ed BO hero Ive been over since Tho Saloon In Our Town has made of me a physical moral and financial wreck A broken right arm a sprained left anklo a dislocated loft wrist a disfigured right eye and SOT oral minor cuts In various parts of my anatomy arc tho results of frequent visits to Tho Saloon In Our Town Many a night In hot and cold weath er Ive carried the banner Man a night Ivo slept on tho grans on frolghthouso ledges back stoops or schoolhouses empty house porches stair steps on tho grass in larksIn fact any old placo that seemed a safo retreat from tho policeman or watchman And often oh how olden Ive turned my face away whoa Id read tho signs Dig lunch for ton centsTho Saloon In Our Town In this twentieth century enlightened ago should not bo In evidence Why nurso n itiliin within your bosom except tc1 lovo suffering and loath In your futuro elections ace to It that no ulna receives your support except ho Is fully pledged to tho suppression of that hideous monstor Tho Saloon In Our TownL F splko in Cal liers Quite Fitting January 23 LaRuo county Ken tucky Abraham Lincolns native countyvoted dry by a majority 1085a fitting atop to take cd oflore of tho anniversary of tho birth so great n temperance advocate To Probe Drug EviliSecretary Wilson is about to take stops to Investigate tho uses to which cocaine caffeine and certain chloral hydrates are put with a view to put ting a stop to their use In any way that will tend to fasten the drug habit opon their consumers I Wv St Patrick Day Memories evDyDENIS A MCCARTHY From Us Volume of Poetry Yom of Erin cityWHere In the strangers t The winds blow bitter and keen But over the sea in Ireland now e I know that the fields arc green I know that the field arc green and the snow I iProm the hills has melted away i blackbird sings an the shamrockeJ springs dear St Patricks Day I WOn 41that the bells arc ringing c From many a belfry quaint In many a chapel the apart tellseI The glory of Irelands saint t From many a cabin lowly and poor V w From many a mansion gay The strains arise to the llstnlntf sklci r Of sweet St Patricks Day I know that the boys are gathered Outside on the Village green Where many n feat of stalwart strength iEnlivens the sunlit scene OY And who would be blaming an Irish youthrFor letting his glances stray To the cattins dressed in their Sunday bet On dear St Patricks Day Hero In the strangers city tiArc fortune and fame galore The poor mans son may win It he will T A measure of golden store fm Dut ever when springtime comes again V I I were far away WVherc the grows Sulr flows and the ahamrock On dear St Patricks D- aybSt I iIL A Patricks Greatnesst N Englishman who had toured tho United States said to an American friend I cannot understand 1L On tile 22d of February I supposed there would bo n grand national dum onstration In honor of George Wash ington hut nothing occurred On the lth of March the city I was In was decorated hi green flags and Irish cm Menu llutlnnxl everywhere tho hotel menu card was iu green Ink and the 1 nveulng paper earn out In KTVO- IIllnuda played In the BtreoU men paraded tho city police force and mill tary turned out Uioro were balls ban quota And public speaking What I want to know U whether St Patrick or loorge Washington IB the nations patron saltS- omo Idea of how powerful a figure St Patrick was may bu gained by rompnrlng tho memory of St Patrick born 1C30 yens ago with that of George Washington who boa been lead n little more than a century St Patrick went Into Ireland when t was pluuged In the darkness of paganism Ho confronted a hostile ocoplc with n dozen assistants He tarried the new civilization with hint lie mot a fighting raco and subdued It ilnslehnnded lily fleet work In reacting a loom nunlty won to preach tho gospel In lit native tongue of tho people Tills le did with Paulino fervor and a fired conviction which fired tho heart and magluatlon of the people You can ook at tho work of any Irish priest oday and BOO Uio duplication of St atrlcka method First a talk to the people then the building of a church hen tbo erection of a school and hen tho exhortation to practice the Christian VIrtues tho succor of the widow and tho orphan till weak the alien and the aged Patrick established universities which by the labor of the Inmates xerb selfsustaining and to which tho outh of Kugland flocked by thousands Europe during his lifetime was In wnllugrnUou Hordes of the north O 3othji nnd Vandals ravaged the south Hid the lamp of learning extinguished in the continent burned brightly In ho cloisters of the monasteries nnd universities of Ireland Patrick trans fated nothing into Irish Ho taught the Irish Latin and Implanted full f born tho civilization of Christian Rome He Introduced tbo arts and crane developed agriculture taught industry application and love of work Institu Lions of learning churches and homes of religious workers training schools and seminaries woro supported not by contributions but by labor of the InmatesFrom Idleness to Industry from lighting to tho arts of peace from Druldlcal worship to Christian prac tics and ideals St Patrick turned the whole Island by personal effort and example by incessant exhausting toll Ho died as ho lived without the possession of a groat Tho arts and letters science and biblical knowledge which fled from the I continent took refuge In the famous schools which mado Durrow nnd Ar nigh tho universities of the west To the eternal honor of Irish hospitality i bo it Bald that these thousands of strangers tram every country In Eu rope wero not only welcomed but supplied gratuitously with books clothes and food Tho scholarship thus engendered re furnished Europe when a centurys tnarchy over the Irish missionaries IL r emerged from schools and flashed over tho charred remains of European clvill zatlon tho sacrod light of learning So when the bearer of tho name Patrick laborer and toller though hi be remembers that his title is do Bounded from ouo of tho proudest n Rome patrician and thinks In hif poverty and humility ot tho anclen1 glory of his people whore Is bore at American who will not honor In bin the survival through tho centuries 01 the pride and learning and nchiovo maul of his ancestors and join bin on SL Patricks day In singing Al Hall to SL Patrick DROUGHT OLD FOES TOGETHER Two Result of Deep Potations on St Patricks Day Jloro Is nn echo of St Patricks day In a story that Is going tho rounds o tho police officers In a certain district In fact tho story began two year back from tho pith of last March A that dune a certain son of Erin It honor of the patron saint of his country Imbibed Just freely enough ti snake bun a bit peevish A Kcutlomai whoso ancestors hall from the laud o the Kaiser Wllholm did tho sam thing possibly because It was not the day dedicated to the patron saint o his country tho average man can tint an excuse In anything wbon ho want to take a little more than Is good fob him With such Inspiration on St Pat rlcka day 1907 It did not take mucl to get up a goodlysized quarrel between tho Irishman and tho German and each said moats and horrid thlnr about the laud which the other dt lighted to honor Hy and by I reached tho Vouro another stage And for a whole year the tw guardians of tho pence were enemies Hut on St Patricks day next yea tho twain again indulged in frequonv libations and this tlmo with diffcrcn results for each ono was Inspirer with a great and deep love for ul mankindWith this lovo In their hearts tin old enemies met Herman said tho Irishman be gorra but Im a inane man Will yi forgive and fcrgit for tbo sake o null times Sure Mtko but dat las von ting will do- There Is not nay moral to this storj unless It Is that there arc quceroi things than green nukes to bo sees on St Patricks day Clovelam Leader The True Shamrock Tho true shamrock to an Irish man Is tho plant which is known bj that namu around the spot of hla o his fathers birth Rut the botanic has as much trouble In Identifying Ins ho Ins In Identifying tho mayllow cr of Now England a name which li applied In different localities to the trailing arbutus to the saxifrage ti the hepatica and to two or three otho plants In spite of tho fact that the hailing arbutus is the mayflower o Now Kngland literature tho word h much more commonly nnd popular applied to the saxifrage than It la ti the arbutus St Patricks Iron Hand Bell No visible memorial of Patrick hai escaped tho chances of tlmo with on possible exception This is a four sided iron hand bell preserved In the national museum at Dublin which i it wore rot actually used by tho saint may have been In uso at Armagh t hundred years or so after his death FINDS GEMS WORTH 100000 GREEK TRIES TO SELL MRS HEINZES PEARLS Is Arrested In Omaha Dut Says He Found Necklace In Gutter In New York Omaha Xeb While trying to sell to Albert Edholm a local jeweler n necklace worth at least 100000 and possibly much more John D Sclavl nltls a Greek who for the convenience of Americans culls himself Savls was arrested Thursday by tho Omaha po lice The necklace consists of a single string of 63 pearls carefully matched and fastened with aclasp set with a diamond of unusual size According to Mr Edholm whose opinion Is corroborated by other experts the strand may bo valued as high as 300000 Savls entered tho jewelry store and presented a single pearl which ho of fared to sell Assuring himself of its genuineness Mr Edholm gave him a valuation of 50 or CO whereupon the Greek offered to sell him a dozen at 40 each but said a friend had them By a ruse thin jeweler succeeded in notifying the police and two detec tives weru sent to the store where the man was arrested At the station a search revealed the entire necklace which he was carrying in his pocket Tho Greek was heavily armed when arrested but madeno effort to resist the detectives The police had received from the New York police department the description of the necklace which was said to have disappeared from the Knickerbocker hotel In that city November 20 last This Information however did not reveal the name of tho owner Savls said ho was em ployed by the Knickerbocker hotel for 13 months In a position known as sidewalk man Ho was sweeping refuse from Use walk into tbo gutter nnd as he brushed It over tho curb ho saw the necklace lying lit thu gutter with some rubbish SPERRY RELIEVED FROM DUTY Seaton Schroeder Appointed Com mander of the Atlantic Fleet Washington Hear Admiral Charles S Sperry Tuesday mado formal application to be relieved from duty as conitnanderlnchlof of tho At lantic hattleuhlp fleet and Rear Ad miral Seaton Schroeder has been ape pointed In Ills place Admiral Sperry was tendered the presidency of the Naval War college but declined tho position Indicating his preference for subordinate duty there Rear Admiral Richard Wainwright will remain III command of the second squadron of the fleet tear Admiral William T Patter is transferred from commander of the Fourth division to command tho Third division formerly in charge of Rear Admiral Schroeder and Rear Admiral Edward D Barry who has been supervisor of naval aux iliaries at Now York has been ap l olnted to n higher office Admiral Sperry will haul down his flag as commanderInchlef on the 8th Inst when Admiral Schroeder will as sumo command Tile imprcslon is that his tenure will be but temporary and that beforo the summer Is over ho will turn over tho command to Admiral Wainwright WAS INDIANA MAN SLAIN Chicago Girl Held to Explain Valpa raise Merchants Disappearance Chicago Lillian McDermott 24 rears old Albany avenue was taken Into custody by detectives of the Cen tral police station Friday in connection with tho mysterious disappearance of George Lafouro 35 years old a wealthy shoo merchant who has been missing from his homo In Valparaiso Ind Lafouro came to Chicago three weeks ago with a largo amount of money In Ills possession to put through a business deal His wife declares shin has not heard from him slnco he left home According to Capt OBrien a check for 20 bearing Lafourcs sig nature was found In the prisoners possession Cabinet Approved Washington All tho members ot President Tarts cabinet except Secre tary of the Treasury MacVeagh Score tary of War Dickinson and Attorney General Wlckurshaui wero sworn In Saturday Personal business keeps Secretaries MacVeagh and Dickinson In Chicago for a week Tho attorney general took the oath of office Friday Tho senate confirmed all the nomina tions aa had been expected and the cabinet members who have been sworn In began their duties Saturday Win Elght Hour Day Cincinnati The union men won and the employers lost In the long fought case of tho Typothctae of America against tho International Printing Pressmens union according to a decision rendered Tuesday after noon by the United States circuit court of appeals Kansas Woman Mysteriously Slain Atchison Kan Mystery surrounds tho killing of Mrs Jerome Hoover who was found dead at her home The undertaker discovered a small wound behind her right ear Tho wound was probed and a bullet found Admiral Cervera Near Death Cadiz VicoAdrciral Pascual Cer vera who commanded tho Spaniel fleet destroyed by tbo American Heel ort Santiago Cuba In 1898 Is dying at Puerto Real Tho loaf sacraments wore administered Friday r QUARTERLY REVIEW Sunday School Leuon for Mutt 21 1909 Specially Arranjed for ThIs Paper LESSON TEXT Covering tho first nine chapter of the Act QOLDKN TEXT And they that were scattered abroad went everywhere preaching tho worl1Aels 81 Comment and Suggestive Thought Tho period of the past quarters les sons extends over about ten years Three eras are considered in tho les sons of the quarter 1 The two powers through which tho work was accomplished thp over living Saviour and the Holy Spirit 2 The church at Jerusalem develop Ing In four directions 3 The church extended to six differ ent places named Tho map will help us to understand the situation The principal persons wlh whom we have been concerned Tho eleven apostles especially Peter and John tho seven deasona especially Stephen and Philip Accredited by miracles in the name of Jesus Barnabas a liberal giver Tho members of the Sanhedrim Chief priests Sadduces scribes bring ing opposition from without Ananias Sapphlra and Simon Magus dangers from within A lame beggar Ethiopian prince Aeneas and Dorcas examples of persons helped The great and In creasing multitude of believers Constantinos motto In hoc slguo vlnces By thus sign of the cross thou sbalt conquer is true of the church in all ages No church or body of men which do nies the divinity and continued exist once of Jesus has ever been largely successful In spreading the gospel or building up the religious life The Holy Spirit coming with new power and abundance because the coming of the Son of God has made the greatness of his work possible is the other force by which Christianity has mado its conquests Ills presence was made manifest to tho senses so that people would realize the fact and the nature of the power which transformed the character of the people and multiplied the number of tho disciples Relate tho stories of the Ascension the Promise the Prayer Meeting the Day of Pentecost Note the growth of the church in four directions 1 The tranformatton of character seen In the apostles notably In Peter and point out the Incidents which show what that change was Seen also In the character of tho first Chris trans Seen also in their action under persecution 2 Growth in numbers Note tho ex pressions which show this progress 3 Growth In organization Give the most marked Instance q Growth in qstcnt of country reached by tho gospel Difficulties and How They Were Overcome State the obstacles In tho way of this progress and how they ware overcome from without from within Namo tbo various incidents which Illustrate and express both the difficulties and the way tho early Christians overcame evil with good Literary Test Review Wo give below a literary test review which will Provo Interesting The list of quotations which were either suggested by Incidents in the first nine chapters of Acts covered by our lessons or naturally suggest them Not on one favored forehead fell Of old the llretongued miracle Dut flamed oer all the thronging host whittler In The Meeting Truth forever on the scaffold Wrong forever on the throne Yet that scaffold sways the future and behind tho dim unknown Standcth Gal within the shadow keeping watch above his own Lowell In Present Crisis For no falsehood can endure Touch of celestial temper but returns Of force to hs own likeness Milton In Paradise Lost Stone walls do not a prison make Nor Iron bars a cage Richard Lovelace In youth beside the lonely sea Voices and visions came to men every wind I felt the stir Of some celestial messenger T B AldrIch In Sea Longings The friendly flumes of the spring sun Glanced like the longues ot tire beheld by apostles aforetime Longfellow In Evangeline Tongues of the dead not lost But speaking from death frost Like fiery tongues at Pentecost Longfellow In Song of the Silent Land The baptism of the Holy Ghost Whittier In The Meeting 1SC191 Stood before him glorified Shining and tall and fair and straight As tine pillar that stood by tbo Beautiful Gate Lowell In Vision of Sir Launfal Thou host been Queen Candacc And Helen of Troy and shalt bo The Intelligence Divine Longfellow In Helen of Tyre A fourfoot coal seam yields COOO tons an acre Surely Record for Term of Service An old servant has just died at LIs burn England In the person of Susan sorvlceibeen with four generations of the tam fly and bad nursed three For some time past sha hud been frail but en joyed good health and the full uso of her faculties and could sow and knit without the old of glasses Neuralgia from Eye Defects Ninety per cent or the neuralgic headaches are atrlbuted to eye defects 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic nnd the common branches taught In tho right WilY Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Fro text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grado fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Harm ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who have largely finished common branches The most practicall and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful Ute CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Cn man Algebra History Science etc fitting for colics COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific nnd Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State cerunC1lcIMUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations Opening Days licrca College is not a moneymaking institution All tho money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and tho School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays in This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic peopl who are supporting Berea in order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of 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 nurse without extra charge AH except those with parents In Berea live in Collego buildIngs and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win tin it is expected that all will have a chance to rom as much as 35 cents a week Somo who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to rom from CO cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books eta tarj with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the bOlt but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrap and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet arUcles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights aud washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In tho fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights washing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring r0 cents In winter SCHOOL FEES aro two First a Dollar Deposit as guomnteo for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Feo for most students Is r 00 a term 400 in lower Model Schools GOO In courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by tho term board by tho half term Installments are aa follows WINTER 12 weeks 2900ln ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250ln ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1C7D including 100 deposit middle oj term 675- SPRING4 weeks term for thoso who must leavo for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers ex amlnatlons 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance is mado for any fraction ot va week l- On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unM pared fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental Fee when ono lent ts before tho middle ot the terra t bWltlIT PAYS TO STAY When you havo made your journey and are well started in school It pays to stay as long as possible The first day of Winter term is January 6 1909 I The first day of Spring term Is March JSth 1909 For information or friendly advice wrlto to tho Secretary WILL C AMBLEI That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who sceit The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got It you ought to have rsnw+r A GREAT REVIVAL Continued tram Pint Ps eei this tune sing some other tut sing A great Improvement followed by praise for the upper gallery In the rear and a prophecy that they would beat the whole house It they should sing alone They try It with fine effect Hlr Alexander Bless your heart you cant fool me Why I think every one up there was singing You have Just made this meeting over Applause Oh I like you Now Im not so sure about this aide of the upper gallery but Ill try you That side sings It and excels the back galleryof course Mr Alexander Same quality Creams rise to the top every time Then he tries the other aide gallery the top one Result not to goodMr Alexander Who was that man up there that was singing Great laughter Show him to mo Get up there brother and sing it A man Is pushed to the front up near the ceiling Take your time now brother He sings It and sings It well in spite of evident tremors I Mr Alexander heartily Good for you Now you quality folks In the first balcony let us hear from you They peal It out in a mighty volume Nosu arent you folks on the floor ashamed ot yourselves Then he called upon the preachers to sing it by themselves and they did so with a vim that brought forth a roun of applause Then he was hold enough to call upon the row ot re porters In front of him I heard groans on my right and my left Oh come now they muttered that is going It too strong Nevertheless they sang It and with a will and re ceived the most applause of all Mr Alexander Dont tell me that Boston cant sing Now let us have It once more everybody Tho building might burn down and wed never haves the chance at It again Dr Chapman writes in Zlons Her aId futon I consider the Boston evangelistic campaign the greatest In every way with which I have ever been associated I know that this city Is profoundly stirred and I am persuaded that It Is the power of God which has taken possession of the people All classes and conditions of men and women are Interested There is genuine conviction of sin There is I the oldtime concern for souls We are witnessing every night the most I clearcut conversions possible OR TORREYS FIRST SERMON Dr Torreys first sermon Tuesday night was given to about 1100 people It was on the subject What It Costs Not To Be a Christian Fol lowing are a few extracts from it they give only a faint idea of Its power and effect What does It cost not to be a Christian First of all what is it to be a Christian By a Christian I understand any man woman or child that comes to God as a lost sinner takes Jesus Christ as their personal Saviour surrenders to Him as their Lord and Master confesses Him asI such publicly before the world strives to live to please Him In every thing day by day What does It cost not to do It 1 In the first place not to be a Christian costs the sacrifice of peac- eIA Christian has peace Being by faith ave have peace with God through the Lord Jesus Christ Romans v 1 And having peace with God we have peace In our hearts but no irian out 61 Christ hasI peace There Is no peace for the wicked saith my God 2 In the second place not to be a Christian costs the sacrifice of the highest deepest ijurest holiest most overflowing Joy that can be knownI right here on earthI Now I will admit that there are a great many people In the world that call themselves Christians who have Just enough religion to make them selves miserable They are holding to the world with one hand gener ally the right hand and to Jesus Christ with the other Of course they have not Joy unspeakable and full of glory But show me a Christian who has dropped the world with both hands and I will show you a man or woman that has Joy unspeakable and full of glory every time But nobodj out of Christ has Joy unspeakable and full of glory 0 3 In the third place not to be a Christian costs the sacrifice of hope A Christian has hopeAs we read In Titus i 2 In hope of eternal life which God that cannot lie promised Oh how magnificent that hope Is hope of eternal life How sure It Is resting on the Word ot God Who can not lie The world has no hope that has any foundation Hope for the future Is more Important than pre sent possession 4 In the next place not to be a Christian costs the sacrifice of the highest manhood and the highest wo manhood Have you ever thought of If that we have all fallen away from Gods Ideal of manhood and womanhood through sin Paul puts It In his tremendous way We have all sinned and come short of the glory of God all fallen short of Gods ideal of manhood and the only way back to it Is by the acceptance ot those regenerating and transforming powers that there are in Jesus Christ 5 In the next place not to be a Christian costs the sacrifice of Gods favour We have all sacrificed Gods favour through sin The only way back to Gods favour Is by the accept ance of the Sinbearer whom God has provided G In the next place not to be a Christian costs he sacrifice ot Christs acknowledgement in the world to come How plain the Word of God is about that Turn td Jesus own words In Matthew x 32 33 Whoso ever therefore shall confess Me before men him will I confess also before butIi which Is In Heaven I I 7 Once more not to be a Christian costs the sacrifice of eternal lite and i I means to perish for ever How plain the Word ot God Is about that i I Take the words ot Jesus Christ Him self In John ill 14 15 And as Moses i lifted up the serpent In the wilderness even so must the Son of Man be bellevethIin I jlleve have everlasting life not lieve perish beI Men and women I put to you this question Are you willing to pay I the price of a Chrlstlesa life It you are I have nothing more to say ItI not I ask you to stand right up and profess your acceptance ot Christ like men and women NoW I will ad mit that you may gain something by not becoming Christians I will admit that it will cost you something to become real Christians It will In all probability cost you tho loss of friends that you hold very dear I I never knew a man to step out of theI I world without losing friends It I cost you the loss of money for I real Christianity touches a mans pocketbook I am willing to admitII that You cannot do some business It you become a Christian I that odd to your Income and which you do today I will admit that I want you to know this I do not want you j to come out under false pretenses ItII will cost you very likely the loss I pleasures of which you are very fond Land not for one day only but Jar and months and years to come I When I gave my heart to Christ I had to give up everything I was i most addicted to In the days gone brI the things without which it seemed I Paris Fashions Wednesday March 24thI THEiCHICAGO i TRIBUNE i o I publishes its great Annual Spring Fashion Number This edition will show the leading styles for all ages from the baby to the grand mother Besides the regular news section there will be several sec tions in full color printed on fine i paper There will be a womens section devoted exclusively to the styles and affairs of women there will be a mens section devoted tot mens wear there will also be a I Home Beautiful Section Newest things in furniture will be described as well as in clothes Order now It will help you decide the problem of Spring clothesORDER FROM YOUR I NEWSDEALER AT ONCE to me life would not be worth living I want you to know this tonight We want real conversion here But I also want to ask you a question Are you willing for the sake of a few godless companions that you are bet ter ore without are you willing for the sake of a few hundred or a few thousand or a hundred thousand If need be of sliver dollars aro you willing for the sake of foolish godless pleasures that aro unworthy ol a thinking being anyhow and unworthy of your brain and your feet and hands that men and women ought to be ashamed ot even It they are not Christians like the dance the card table the theatre that Intelligent people ought to be ashamed of ever 01Ihope and manhood and womanhood and Gods favour and Christs aoknow JlOrlshIso great a sacrifice for so paltry gain IN WASHINGTON Ontliitird from firtt page fireIorksIn the chilling wind with deep snow under foot The pyrotechnics wore worth It too Theo about ton oclock AonueIother with feather ticklers gutting tho eatinghouse and saloons and making hearty sport ot the beastly weather Incidentally many robberies were pulled off and some two hundred oases of pneumonia and dlptherli contracted from which there have IoonIBall at 5 per while the supply was still unexhausted betook thonuolvos In carriages at 10 each to the huge Pension Office whose court had been converted into a mammoth ballroom whore President Taft resolved the fellcltatldns of his fellowcountrymen and whore the United Statue Marine Band Soums Band furnished dance music far into the morning hours There seems to be a general agree ment that tho date of Inauguration Day will be changed to tho lost Wed day in April tho an amendment to the Constitution will be needed ADMINISTRATION BBQINS Before leaving office Mr Roosevelt called a special session of the Senate to meet on March 4th This session received on Friday President TaftB nomination for his Cabinet and for the Colleetorshlp of the Port of New York which goe to exSecretary Wm Looli Jr The Sonat proceeded to confirm these nomltwOows at once All the Cabinet except two were swore in by Saturday noon Anothsr Impor tant announcement by Tuft to the appointment of Oscar S Strauss Roose velts Secretary of Commerce sad Later as minister to Japan Tfcta on aura first claw handling of the Japanese situation Insofar as our ligation there Is concerned Mr Taft has let It be known that lio will change tho Interstate Com merce Commission Into a sort of Judi cial court and will lay the duty of collecting evidence on the Bureau of Corporations A now Bureau will be created In tho Department of Justice to prosecute railroads which do not obey tho decisions of tho Interstate Commerce Commission i Tho members who are leaving Con i gross because they failed to bo ro elected are mostly receiving good Federal appointive offices James Watson oi Indiana exRepublican House Whip la to stay here and help Cannon In his fight for rcoloc i tlon to the Speakorshlp On Monday tho Insurgents in thou louse combined with the Democrats and found that they lacked Just four i votes of controlling tho House Champ Clark the minority leader who had I boon thought to bo contented with the great power which Cannon gives him proved earnest In his pledge 10I support tho fight to break tho SponkI ers power It seemed probable that tho four votes may bo found before next Monday and that Victor MurI dock ot Kansas may bo maid Speaker At any rate the House ring has turned yellow for the first time i In history and In these days when neither house is In session House politics is at boiling point and plot leaps forth to meet counterplot along the Capitol corridors hourly and mom ently by day and night Tho call for the specials SSlon of Congress does not specify what questions aro to bo considered and therefore that body may legislate on any thing it wants to It looks now as It a good deal of general legislation would bo attempted If the thrift only Is taken up tho Senate will hava to watt for a month or so while tho louse la passing tho bill and then the House will have to wait a while till the Senate gets thru with It Meanwhile tho two houses might Just as well be at work on some other matter and it seems probablo that statehood r for Arizona and Now Mexico postal savings banks and tho Census bill at least will bo taken up It is also possible that the first steps will betaken toward changing tho date of the Inauguration j SAYINGS OF LINCOLN No men living are moro worthy to I be trusted than those who toll up from poverty j Gold Is good In Its place but liv fag bravo and patriotic men aro bet tcr than gold In law It la a good policy never to plead what you need not leat you oblige yourself to provo what you cannot Let us have the faith that right makes might and In that faith let us to the end dare to do our duty as wo understand It Understanding the spirit ot our In stltuatlona to aim at tho elevation ot men I am opposed to whatever tends themI man has long since agreed Is one ot i the greatest If not tho greatest of all evils among mankind The purposes of tho Almighty aro perfect and must prevail though We poor erring mortals may fall accurate ly to perceive them In advance- If this country cannot be saved with out giving up tho principles ot liberty I was about to say that I would rather bo ossaslnated on this spot than surrender It Many free countries have lost their liberty and ours may lose hers but it she shall be it my proudest plume not that I was tho last to desert but that I never deserted her- I am profitably engaged reading the Bible Tako all ot this book upon reason that you can and tho balance on faith and you will live and die a better man Said to Joshua Speed about a year before tho presidents assassination j With mallco toward nono with charity for all with firmness In tho right as God gives us to see tho right let us strive on to finish tho work we are In to bind up tho nations wounds to caro for him who shall havo borne tho battle and for his widow and his orphansto do all which may achieve and cherish a j just and lasting peace among our selves and with all nations Conclu alan ot second Inaugural address THE MARKET Berea Prices Apples cooking 100 eating 240 Cabbage SKa per Ib Potatoes I rah per bu 13t KISS ikr doses lit Butter per Ib 3k Bacon it Ib 81k liars Per Ib UVic Lard per Ib Iftc lUre IS- CklvnMM te OB root par Ib H Rees OH foot pw lit 9e Feathers per Ib IK Oats per bu 7eCorn INK barrel tjfj Wheat par Un IllTies No 1 L N StfxGxS 45c eulls Mo Live Stock Louisville Mar 10 00- OATTLUSblppIng steers 480 6 76 hoof steers 3 00 G 26 Fat heifers and cowl 3 00 4 76 Cutters 2 00 3 00 Canners 1 00 2 00 Bulls 240 400 Feeders 3 00 4 75 Stockers 2 25 45Choice milch cows 35 00 46 00 Common to fair 1C 00 36 00 CALVKS Best 7 00 7 60 Medium G 00 7 SO Common j 2 CO 6 11005160 Ibs and up 6 liGI130 to leO Ibs c 15 Pigs 5 10 6 36 toughs G 00 down i SIIl IBost lambs G Culls 3 00 x 6 00IFat sheep 4 00 down aMESS PORK 12 CO HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure 114 and 12c heavy to medium llcBreakfast bacon 16c Sides lie 1 Bellies 13c IDried boot 12c Shoulders 8yc- LAUDPuro tlorces 10 tub 11cr Pure leaf tierces 12c firkins 12c tubs 12cE- GGSCase count IGyc BUTTER Packing iCc creamery 30 Ib tubs 29c prints 2DHc G Ib tubs 24o- POULTRYIlona 12c roosters Gc turkeys1CcWHEATNo2 red 125 OATSNow No3 white G7c No3 mixed 67c- 3ORN No 3 white 72tfc No3 mixed 70C RYENorthwestern No2 87c LANOVOLVING STAGN4 SiN IEw r a DEKAISILLMNSA5CrnHO t aot oaoaoaoioto ososotreooaovotiolcao otioaoaoaoaoeoso o Ie0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0- io5osovOYo io5o5o5o5Womoelo5a5o5000So5oSoSoaoeoSo5oioi DR BEST DENTIST CITY PHONE 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Bernard Lewis left Wednesday for Cleveland 0 for a visit with his brother and family who live near thereMr Charles Abrams of Big 11111 was a town visitor Saturday and Sunday Plenty of 1909 maplo syrup on hand nowC M CanfIeld Phone 110 J W Black who has been In the mountains for several months on busl ness returned home last week a Mr Ell Cornelison was In Richmond Wednesday on business Mr Will Davis pf Narrow Gap was qulto untortunato last week to lose a very good horse Messrs J B Green and Bud Mc Keenan of Big 11111 were business vis itors Saturday Red Blngham camo in at the first of the week from work at Paris Mr J W Daker brother of Reuben linker who recently sold goods in the west end of town has bought Mr Cole Richardsons stock of groceries and will continuo to do business at the corner of Main and Center streets Wallace Adams was In Richmond Sunday to sea his sister who was op orated on March 1 for appendicitis by tho Drs Gibson Miss Adams is said to be doing nicely Mrs Laura Jones returned from Cincinnati Friday where she hind been visiting The Rev H M Racer of LaFol Otto Tenn Is hero this week for tho meetings Tho now teed and livery stable of W F Kldds was opened up Monday ready for business Wo have tho largest stock of mil linery ever shown In Boron Wo are now busy getting ready for our spring opening Watch tor announcement l of It later Mrs S IL Baker f Frank Coyle has received this week a oayoto skin from hIs brother Rufusj of Colorado It It a fine specimen and Frank will havo It tanned Mrs J P Harrison of Mitchell Ind la hero on a short vlilt with her par ents Mr and Mrs Joo Coyle and other relatives This Is her tint vtolt horn for seventeen years Mrs W H Dower li spending a few days with her sister in Covington who has undergone a slight surgical operationJ Baker Is making qultl an addition to our town by erecting a number of nlco residences and cottages on Boono street and has opened a now street loading from Boone c Dan Break of Richmond was in town on business Tuesday Mesdames W H and G E Portor wore shopping In Richmond last Fri day Mr and Mrs W II Dower enter tamed at dinner Friday night Mr and Mrs B E Cartmell and Misses Eyler Parker Campbell and Phillips J Burdctta Is making some Improve moats on his farm near Borca which ho and his wife will occupy the greater portion of the coming r summerMiss Melon Snyder of Cincinnati O arrived Monday to have charge of r r tho trimming of hats In the millinery department of Mrs S H Bakers 4storek Miss Emma Nooly of McKee who is staying at Dr Cowlcys visited her mother at Millers Crook last week Dr M Dunn of Richmond was In town Friday morning Wllllo Short a former student who was sent to Mexico because oC his lungs writes that ho Is doing well ands married Ho has sent for the rest of his family to make their home with him Miss Patsy Craven of Lexington Is visiting her sister Miss Craven Miss Craven gavo a reception In her honor Thursday evening A number of tho friends of Carroll lull gate her a birthday surprise last Wednesday night The guests were dressed colonial style By order of tho Executive Com mittee of tho Law and Order League a meeting of tho leaguo Is called for March 23rd In 730 p ry on Tuesday tho Parish HOURO All members and others interested In tho enforcement of law and tho Improvement of the town are earnestly urged to bo present Signed Will C Gamble VIce pres Stanley Frost Secy I r Onesimus WHO WAS HE Find out and you will be ready to understand the ad vertisement in this space next week FOR SALEA second hand CO horso power Weotlnghouso crank case engine Fine for a stationary plant Apply to Borca College FOR SALEA good 74 acre farm 3 miles from Berea on tho Wallace ton pike good houso and barn and a tine orchard 30 acres of meadow Ellhu Blcknoll Paint Lick Ky PUBLIC SALE A combination public sole will be held on Saturday March 20 at tho corner of Main and Center streets Berea Anyone hav ing horses mules stock of any kind or anything to sell can bring It there or If they wish it advertised leave a description at Tho Citizen office 2t W H Prowltt DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COLLEGE If so wo can help you We havo already put hundreds through college by means of our plan Wrlto today for full Information regarding our offer of a tree scholarship in any school or college Address Robt J Sherlock 2931 East 22d Street Now York City- HOUSE SALEIAND LOT FOR On Boone street Berea Ky in halt mile of Bcrca 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 AddrossW D Smith Lock Hox L Hay Springs Nebraska OLD KENTUCKY Composed by W II Bullock to tuna of Ueulah Land Tho land of pure and balmy aIr Of streams so near and skies EO fair Of mountains grand and fountains Ire The lovely land of Kentucky Chorus 0 Kentucky fair Kentucky The land of all the world to mo I stand upon thy mountain high And hold communion with tho sky And view the glowing landscape oer Old Kentucky forevermore Tho fairest of tho fair wo see Tho bravest of tho bravo have we Tim freest of tho noble free You can not beat old Kentucky Tho rarest fruits and fairest flowers Tho happiest homes on earth are ours If Heaven on earth could only bo It would surely shlno in Kentucky Awaken my harp with tuneful string And of thy lovely country sing From east to west the chorus bo God bless our dear old Kentucky PATRONAGEe There was never a truer saying than that a town is Judged by its newspapers If It Is crowded with advertisements let not the subscri ber find fault but rejoice and bo ex ceedingly glad bocauso it denotes alive and prosperous community Tho town and surrounding country aro mutually interested in the progress because both sharo In tho advancement Let the merchants keep tho adver tising columns of the local paper well filled and tho community will do their part In the general prosperity by placing their patronage where it will do tho most good Western Publisher Small Contributions TIm bishop of the Protestant Epis copal diocese of Michigan complains that tho Sunday contribution box col lections In the fashlonablo churches In tho dlocoso do not average over three coats for each worshiper This looks small though a good deal do ponds on tho slzo of the congregations In reckoning up the aggregate In ono of tho most popular of Bostons churches says tljo Doston Herald where the seats are free and reliance Is placed on tho free offerings tho contributions Bro said to average five cents for tho morning and four cents for the evening servlco throughout tho year The congregations aro very large however and tho total of the contributions Is reckoned satisfactory Average contributions of but three cents from a small and select congregation of fashionable worshipers ought to bo made unfashionable some way or other They are very small potatoes I momomomomomomomomomomomomo e o I i College Items d a- o HERE AND THERE a- oSo5olloSo5o5o 0 oove5oaooT- he college and academy girls who live in the Annex to Ladles Hall invit ed tho girls from the Hall to a very enjoyable vesper hour party In the ccurt of tho Annex The girls de servo groat credit for making this tho mopt pleasant and homey dormitory at Berea Miss Jones gavo a masquerade studentsIn urday afternoon All had great fun andboxballbecoming more and more attractive I as a play room Mrs Rogers who has spent about three weeks with President and Mrs Frost started Monday for At lanta where she will visit her son Alan Rogers an editor on the staff of the Atlanta Constitution Will C Gamble was In Cincinnati over Sunday and during his visit sang for tho benefit of Dr Hcrgcts congregationMrs Ellis is seriously 111 Pres Frost was so III with grIppe Monday night that he was unable to preach the revival sermon as lIe had expected to Most of the college department heads Just now aro greatly interest ed In tho annual taking of Inventories The new grist mill near the college barns Is nearIng completion and will soon be running Dr Torrey and his party arrived Tuesday afternoon from the South Dr Torrey is staying at the Presi dents house Phi Delta held her annual ban quet last Saturday night at tile Ladles Hall About a hundred and fifty were present and all reported an excellent programme and a de lightful time We are sorry not to be able to give a full account of the occasion but were disappointed by a leading member who had promised to write up the entertainment CLOSING EXERCISES Tko Beroa colored school will hold Ha closing exorcises at tho school houno Friday March 19 1909 at 730 p m A short program consisting of songs Instrumental pieces and other exercises will be rendered by the school a b Tho chief feature ot the occasion will be an address by Prof D B Russell upon the subject The Moral and Social advancement ot the Race Prof Russell graduated from the TriStato College of Angola Ind in 100C In 1907 ho took a post gradu ate codwo at Ann Arbor Mich Ho Is now the assistant principal In the Richmond colored school Dont fall to hear him Admission 6 cents J Crenshnw Prln ROLL OF HONOR Fall Term 1908 COLLEGIATE DEPARTMNT Seniors Alfred Hall Meese Boa ton Ohi- oJuniorsEdith Margarita Ellis Tabor Iowa Sophomores Viola Frances Click Kerby Knob Jackson May Harrison Derea Madison Elizabeth Marsh Derea Madison Lillian Tuthill Riverhead N Y Freshmen Fred Edwards Perry Lelpslc Ohio Benson Foraker Thorn ton Columbus Ohio Tracy Emerson Tuthill niverhead N Y Specials Martha Emily Sproul West Lelpslc Ohio Ralph B Patln Loraln Ohio ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT Prep Acad III John D Creech Berea Madison Anna Loulso Frey Llnnle Casey Carrol Rogers lull Woodstock 111 Maragarct Ruth Shumaker Milroy PennsylvaniaPrep Acad II Mary Eleanor Coo Paint Rock Ala DelphIne Dunker Philadelphia Pa Leo Forest GillIgan LatonIa Kenton Lucy Harriet Holllday Hazard Perry Norman Allen Imrle Johannesburg Mich Albert Howe Keffer Grayson Carter Lillian Majorlo Newcomer Hope Kansas Margaret Todd Berea Madison Luke Peyton Wolford Grayson CarterAcad Prep I Cleveland Cady Frost Berea Madi son Carter Boston Robinson Datha Jackson Mario Rose Steger Fredonla NY Special Academy Don Aden Barlow Lltchtleld Ohio Farmers Academy 11 Walter Roberts Burnsldc PulaskI Nursing II Florence Simmons Louisville Jeffer son NORMAL DEPARTMENT Third Year Mrs Luella Maggard Hyden Leslie Second Year John W Stallard Htlllard Letchor First Year FannIe Michael Dowden Paint Lick Garrard Maudo Parsons Asbury Madison James Richard Randall Shopvllle PulaskI MODEL SCHOOLS Eighth Sr Claude Congleton Leighton Lee Gunton Martin Hargravo Pickett Tenn Jolllo Parrlsh xRuckersvllle Clark Leonard Emerald Powell Brown Lee Myrtle Winkler Fox Estill Sixth Sr Hiram Eversole Big Hill Madison r v Fifth Sr Pearl Anderson Paint Lick Garrard Roland Lewis Berea Madison Seventh JrIMaude Onctla Bowman Elk Park N C Sixth Jr Nellie Combs Borea Madison Ivan E Porter Berea Madison Cecil Emerson Mullins Wlldle Rockcastle Fifth Jr Rebecca ScrIvner Berea Madison Alta Branaman Berea Madison ccnn e I HOEb 400 5350300 guessjThe New England Woman says t need a new pair of shoes The Middle I States woman says I expect I do The Southerner saysf7 reckon I do The Westerner says calculate 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 Fourth Jr Noel Blakeman Boglo Tatersvllle Garrard Bertha Harp Lexington Fayette Jako W Herndon Berea Madison Sarah Holliday Hazard Perry Jesso James Kinnard Berea Madison Dopplo Ogg Berea Madi son Una Gabbard Berea Madiso- nCORRESPONDENCE Continued from rat rage ed to Mrs Lawrence at lIyden1 Elisha McDanlel and son Daniel B have returned from an extended trip to Station Camp John Thompson has sold Ills property to his brother Charlie and bought the faun of Coo McDaniel on Brushy Branch Taylor Saunders who has been making his home with his daughter Mrs J II Thompson has gono to nlchmondI Magistrates and constables will boI nominated by Republicans on April 10 by precinct massmeeting From present indications it promises to be a warm affair Elicha Thompson had a sproutlngboo Wednesday and had the help of twentyfive men The lIon A B Hampton of Manchester visited hero this week He is a candidate for County Attorney Petei Standafor has returned from Vino where he took a bond for C C Clark pcetmaster at that place Dr G P Webb has just completed a deal with Boone Holland for the lower end of the latters farm for a considera tion of one hundred dollars Philip Fields of Grace spent a day or two hero this week establishing lines and surveying lands for J L Rawllng Joseph Thompson and othersDr- G G Maggard who has been at Hy den for some months past has return ed homo School closes out here Fri day and Mr Hayre will go to Bongo whore ho has three weeks of his taU school yet to teachIt Is re ported that the trustees of the fourth educational division of this county will meet hero in the near future to fill a vacancy in the Hogskln school caused by the removal of Plercean Lunsford CHRISTIANITY IN JAPANI The Outlook EncouragIngPart of an Address by Dr Motoda Tokyo There are today 150000 Christians In Japan Including Christian Catholics This means only one Christian In Japan to every 300 nonChristians If these statistics are true tho Chris tian forces In Japan must bo very small But let me remind you that the Christian forces cannot be reckoned in numbers Numbers do not Indicate force These small numbers are doing much toward uplifting Ja pan There are four principal Chris tian forces which are working might ly In uplifting Japan today and it Is of these I wish to speak today as follows Individual social educational f and national I Those 150000 Christians come from the best classes of the people There was a time In Japanese missions when most all Christians wore of the lower classes Today we find men of tho highest class among the Christians At present I know of the followIngI who are professing Christians One ambassador one viceminister of state seven counts some members of tho diet three officers of the navy during the late war and many university professors Resides these professed Christians many of tho leaders of Japan are brought Into tho clos est touch with these Christians The daughter of the present court minister la being educated In a Chris TOkYO1Count Is at tho present tlmo In my school HAY FOR SALE For good mixed balled hay by the ton at reasonable price apply to James A Todd R R No1 Paint Lick Ky j WANTED Success Magazine re to secure new business by means I of special methods usually effective position permanent prefer one with experience but wouhl consider applicant with good natural cations salary 160 per day with commission option Address with references It C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine Bids Now York I 1TO from Cincinnati saved by using C C R L lure of Five Dollars During March and April lMpeclnl low rates are offered to Qnllforniathe Westnml Northwest Liberal stopovers On first and third Tuesdays of each month very low round trip rates ace offered to tho West and Northwest with many stopovers nod long limit folder free Address- F E LAN lIEIEIt D P A 3 E Fourth St Cincinnati O We Buy Wool Feathen Tallow Beetwaz Ginteng 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Liberal cams given to any who obtain aew tcri lloa for us Any out Midlnc u a tout rly rubcripllouunrecieveTbeClteeatree Ir hlmttlf foi oar year Advertising rate on application YMMara Or KXtfTUCKY K Kd3 ASSOCIATION A Danish woman with 24 child re has just landed In New York A few more families like this from Denmark and tho servant girl problem will be solved The crown princess of Germany colonel of tho regiment In which hfc husband is major Thats about the relative rank of ordinary married cou pies in this country So far there aro 1C signs of a severe winter and only seven of a mild one The old fashioned forecasts are getting to bo almost as mixed as those of the weather bureau In a recent address to tho people of Sorvla Crown Prince George said 1 hopo that In a fow days we shall be able to give our lives for the king and tho fatherland The crown prince should take something for his liver and try to get over his pessimism A foreigner at Stoughton is fined 30 for conducting a raffle Ho should learn tho American method says the Brockton Enterprise Ho should run his rafflo under tho sanction of some church or society call the prizes donations and snap his fingers at the law It is oil in the form not the spir it of the doing Tho smallest orchid grown has an Imposing name It is the Bulbophyl lum Lermlscntoldes The D L would not make a buttonhole as you can I only see the blossom under a micro scope and it will be best to stick to the royal gardenia for a manly decora Lion Nothing has ever proved superl or to that ideally fragrant flower Notice has been given to British sub Jects at Tangier Morocco by the British consulate that his majestys government will refuse henceforth to advance money as ransom in the event of their being captured by brigands either in or outside tho town This decision has been received with great Indignation by tho British colony New York has discovered a new and unique use for prisons A man there who killed two very bad men In self defense pleaded guilty to manslaugh ter so ho might be sent to prison out of reach of tho gang of the men he killed In other words ho saw no way of saving his own life except to bo locked up As havens of refuge this is a decidedly new role for prisons to play And the incident does not speak In trumpet praise for the metropolis ability to protect life I William M Chase at the request oi the Italian government painted a pot trait of himself this summer to hang In tho saloon of modern painters in the Ufflzi palace in Florence The picture was done at a single sitting of three hours It hangs opposite a por trait of John Singer Sargent also painted by tho subject at tho request of the government The only other portrait of an American painter in the gallery is that of G P A Healy The two saloons of painters in the palace contain the portraits of famous artists of all nations nearly all done by the artists themselves The French concern which has or doted 60 aeroplanes of tho typo de signed by American inventors refuses to explain as to what use the flying machines will bo put saying tho mat tea is a secret but it is intimated in dispatches from Paris that the air ships will be for naval purposes and that hereafter such appliances may be expected to play an Important part in war maneuvers on the water And those who are watching tho expert ments at Fort Myer Va are certain the army must have flying machines Things aro being revolutionized rap Idly No tho new comet Isnt bobtailed Its caudal appendage Is not naked to the visible ego aa Mr Aldrich remarked to the telescope man who had his Instrument turned on Venus but It can be detected through Ir powerful telescope The New York Mall maintains that Bulgaria Is the name of a sleeping car The Richmond Timos Dispatch la sure that Herzegovina is an order of goulash Then Bosnia is a glass of sUvervitz And this encourages the Cleveland Leader to rik Which cat wo SorriaT IPRESID= WILLIAM H TAFT FURIOUS STORM MARS INAUGURATION OF TAFT I New President Takes Oath and De livers Address in Senate Chamber Washington Mar 5 William H Taft was Inaugurated as president yesterday amid the worst weather condl lose that ever have marked thepreAt national event So severe was the snow and sleet storm that the new chief magistrate was forced to take tho oath and deliver his inaugural ad dress in the senate chamber For more than 24 hours tho storm raged and at noon there was about eight Inches of snow on the ground The wind thrashed many of the citys prettiest decorations to threads The Immense reviewing stands along the line of march were made well nigh uninhabitable by the swirling snow Street car and railroad traffic was Im peded to the extent of seriously delay Ing the arrival of thousands who bad planned to attend the Inaugural cere moniesTho nations capital for many hours was cut off from all wire communica tion with the rest of the world It was a day of strenuoslty in Washington and as if in sympathy with tho outgoing executive the weather made a bllztardly appeal to tho thousands who were not deterred by the worst that the weather man could turn on- To add the final touch of strenuoslty Mr Roosevelt declined to ride to the railroad station from which ho departed to Oyster Day Ho walked through the snow Ball and Parade Given Though the thousands of citizens who had come hero from all over the country were denied tho privilege of witnessing the solemn ceremonies attending the administering of the oath to tho new president the more spec tacular features of tho day wero not omitted All who braved the storm saw the great Inaugural parade car reed out substantially as it bad been planned and In the evening the in augural ball and the display of fireworks were given with their brilliancy undimmed by the adverse weather conditionsThe given in the Pension build lug was magnificent as It always is It was attended by a tremendous throng In the center of tho groat hall which occupies the lower floor of the structure a space was roped off The visitors stood outside the open place waiting the arrival of President and Mrs Taft and VicePresident and Mrs Sherman They camo finally and stayed on the main floor for some time and then retired for the presl dents box in the gallery above where Public Photograph Gallery The Royal Photographic Society of England has been nnnoyed by the re fusal of the National portrait gallery to exhibit photographs and has decided to establish a national gallery of photographic portraiture The scheme has met with enthusiastic support from all those interested in the photographic art A large number of photographs has been received and the gallery will bo thrown open to tho public at certain period In tho near future I they watched the proceedings below Unusual success attended the efforts of tbo committee that had charge of decorating the ballroom and It was generally admitted that such wonder fully beautiful effects had rarely If ever before been accompllskotl A vaulted canopy of bunting reduced the great height of the ball by some 40 feet The color scheme of this can opy was a deep cream tint and thin was also carried out behind the two storied colonnades which encircled the court forming a background to tho elaborate floral decorations Novel Illumination Scheme The illumination of tho great ball room was carried out on radically dlf ferent lines from thoso followed hlth erto Instead of embodying tbo lights in tho floral decoration following the structural lines of the cornices or arches the principal groups of lights were placed with a view to securing tho best general illumination failing equally upon the decorations and tho guests This result was secured by suspending from the Vaulted ceiling 18 large fixtures composed of hexag onal frames supporting clusters of 125 globular lamps of frosted glass each lamp hanging from a separate wire and tho whole arranged In a bowl shapcd mass This mass of drooping lights was suspended by six gilded chains secured to a sturdy ring and heavy chain above suspending tho entire fixture from the vaulted ceiling Supplementing thIs provision for gen oral illumination half octagon brack eta each with a cluster of SO small lamps suspended from it were placed over each of the first story columns of thearcadeGrand Fireworks Display Forthe benefit of the throngs who could not attend tho ball there was an illumination and fireworks display such as Washington never before saw His tonic Pennsylvania ivenue was ablaze with light from end to end Not only were all the business houses brilliant ly illuminated but across the street were stretched numerous electric festoons The Peace monument for the first time since its erection soon alter the civil war was put to tho use for which it was originally Intended that scarcblights ume of water that was thrown into the airOn tho ellipse south of the White House a display of aerial fireworks began at 730 oclock and for hours was Mysterious Discoveries What did Hamlet mean by telling Horatio there were more things In Heaven and earth than were dreamt of in his philosophy I dont know unless Hamlet had been doing business with the Danish secret service Gold Coinage Last Month There were C02000 pieces of gold coin struck Ut the UnltedStatesmlhts last month having a ralue of C926 000 o watched by a most delighted multitude Tho display began by the discharge of 101 nodal guns tho national salute and was followed by tho lighting of 2GO prismatic olres which changed color a number of times Tho illu mination was superb and tho effect of tho changing tints on tho towering marble shaft of tho Washington mon ument was extremely beautiful Then came the flight of 150 rocket bombs fired from several positions so as to blend their various colors and then In rapid succession the discharge of a battery of magnesium balloons fol lowed by n marvelous sun cluster and batteries of fiery cobras and burning of groat quantities of thoI fire which gave its red tint to every object within a radius of many squaresNational Shield In Bombs The Star Spangled Banner excited the admiration of tho great throws of spectators It was produced by the electrical discharge of many largo bombs picturing the national shield In its truo colors suspended among the clouds Ono of tho great features of the display was tho wonderful Pillar of Light rising 100 feet into the air arranged In five tiers and lighting up tho whole southern section of the city Then came batteries of lightning can dies omitting blinding flashes closely resembling real lightning and followed by peals of thunder Anothor now feature was the crescendo repeating bombs Tho first shell fired broko with ono explosion tho second with two and so on up to tbo twenty first with twentyone explosions Among the many other novelties was an immense shell which was fired into the air several hundred feet and released n monster streamer in tho Inspiring colors of Old Glory Battle In the Sky Nearly the last and the greatest sensation of tho wholo exhibition was n set picco Tho Battle In the Sky showing a olty with Its spires and lofty buildings some of them 100 feet high and filling a space on tho ground COO feet long An airship is seen passing over It followed by others These turn and aro met by an opposing aerial fleet when a battle ensues One airship after another Is set on fire and falls In tho meantime other airships goat over the city dropping fiery bombs wrecking the buildings which crumblo and fall until all nro utterly destroyed Tho action of tho encoun ter of the aeroplanes and the destruc tion of the city wero marvelously realistic Parade In the Snow The paraders in the afternoon had a hard time of it but manfully pushed tlmlr way through the snow and slush llaj Gen J Franklin Dell was the grand marshal The military division bad the right of way after the presidents escort At its head wcro tho West Point ca dets and tho midshipmen from the naval academy ut Annapolis Tho cadets of both schools were cheered aa they always have been cheered at every Inaugural parade In which they have taken part Immediately behind tho future officers of army and navy came tho regulars of tho military servo ice In tho line wore the 2GOO men who had formed the Cuban army ot pacification In the waters of Hampton roads for ten days tho fleet which had mado Its record breaking journoy around tho world had bees assembled Tho battleships the cruisers tho destroyers and the torpedo boats wore drawn upon for jackles to give the sea service an adequate representation in the Inaugural ceremonies Those were VicePresident Sherman 3000 sailors from tho Connecticut the Illinois and the other ships of Sperrys fleet In the parade Tho marines fol lowed tho sailors National Guardsmen There Next camo the National Guardsmen from various states of the union and their excellont marching and evolution elicited enthusiastic applause In the rear of tho military division cams tho civic organizations There WOro in lino more than 100 clubs and political associations from all parts ol the country nearly all of them wear- Ing some unique and distinguishing uniform A Lesson In Grammar Come come Willie remonstrated tho teacher you must say They are not or if you wish They arent but never They aint Why not demanded Willie Because it nlnt right Catholic Standard and Times- Government Money In Banks There aro as many dollars of gov erne lent money deposited in national banks ns there lUG people In the Uni ted States Kentucky Gleanings Most Important News Gathered from All Paris of the Slate CAPITAL NOTES Commissioners In a Quandary What to do with the prisoners who are arriving hero dally at tho peniten jury is A most serious problem that confronts tho prison commissioners Tho contractors of prison labor here havo more men than they want and several hundred are now available A Rap at State Revenue Agents A Judgment of tho Franklin circuit court was reversed by tho court of ape peals with instructions to dismiss the petition The decision was another rap at tho state revenue agents for whom tho court lately has left little ground to Btand upon Bids for Textbooks Gov Wlllaon has arranged with thin members of the stato educational board of Kentucky for a meeting to discuss bids from school book pub Ushers for furnishing textbooks to the common schools of Kentucky for a period of five years For Guidance of Revenue Agents Tho court of appeals laid down some law tnterpretatlons for tho future guidance of revenue agents of the stato in an opinion upholding Judg ment of the Jefferson chancery court It condemns tho dragnet policy per sued by revenue agents Decision Reversed Tho appellate court reversed deer lion of lower court awarding Mrs Bello OBrien 5000 aa a policy issued on tho life of her husband In 1902 ho ceased paying premiums and died in 1995 The plaintiff maintained that the reserve kept the volley alive Illinois Central Won Out The Illinois Central Railroad Coon out before tho state railroad corn mission In the matter of a petition of citizens of WinGo Graves county to require the company to make stops there In 1U schedule for fast trains from tho south and southwest New Fair Association The Franklin County Fair associa tion with an authorized capital stock of JSOOO wns organized hero amid much enthusiasm at a meeting of the Business Mens club The association will make application for membership In tho Kentucky Fair association Big Shipment of Tobacco Tobacco ruSsell In Franklin county was seat to every quarter of the Unit ed States whoa 020 hogsheads wero shipped from this city It Is tho property of the American Tobacco Co and it required 45 cars to carry It away from the city- Burkeavllle Ky Henry VanZAnt of Uotcnlf county has announced his can didacy for the republican nomination for commonwealths attorney of this tho Twentyninth Judicial district cf Kentucky Louisville KyJ J Garr a meat ber of ono of tho most prominent fami lies in Jefferson county died hero Hens CO years old and all his life had largely engaged in farming Ho was highly respected Lexington Ky Wesley II Tllford who was boron E8 years ago in this city had lived here slnco his oarly youth and had been associated with tho standard 011 Co for moro than 30 years died In New York city LoulsTlllo Ky George Maybreyer 23 of Paris ICy claiming to bo a nephew of John H Madden tho well known turjlmnn was arrested hero on the charge of loitering and begging It Is sold tho boy is demented Louisville Ky Following an opin ion of tbo court of appeals Matt Ga pen has asked tho license board to review his application for license to sell liquors Gagens license was revoked last summer and the highest tribunal In tbo state held that this was done without authority Sparta KyTho democratic com mittee of tho IGth Judicial district composed of tho counties of Owen Grant Gallatin Bcono and Carroll met here and decided upon a primary to bo held April 29 to nominate candl dates for commonwealths attorney and circuit judge- Loulsville Ky Announcement was mado by tho Central Passenger asso elation to tho effect that Loulsvlllo has been made a tenday stopover point After April 1 anyone purchasing a railroad Uckot through Louisville will be privileged to stop horo for 10 days If he BO desires Loutsvlllo Ky +Dcspito the doubts which have been expressed freely by his friends of his eligibility for roelec lion under the provisions of the Ken tucky constitution Mayor James F Qrlnstcad of Louisville has decided to seek renomination for that ofllce Hopklnsvllle KyTho Lougvlow farmers sold to the Italian Ileglo buy ers 600000 pounds of looso tobacco under too recent concession made by the Planters Protective association This is tho first pool sold and is ono third of amount they offered Lexington JyTOO trial ot tbo James S Stoll will case coded with a verdict signed by nine of tho twelve Jurors in favor of sustaining the wilL I Purls JyCol Alexander T For syth prominent confederate veteran and former chief of policy of this city died hero of heart failure Ho was GO years of age and a highly respect cd citizen London lyTho suit of Rachel Sparks against Robert Boyd Jr for 30000 damages for tho killing of her husband was dismissed Mrs Sparks receiving a satisfactory settlement out of court Louisville Ky Thcro wo 22 colts fillies and geldings on which final pay meats for tho Kentucky Derby are reg istered and 18 fillies en which final payments for the Keatuaky Oaks for 1909 aro registered Loulsvlllo KyMiss Aul J Ham- Ilton is an applicant for the position of assistant Bi erlntondcntt of public schools of Louisville She has boon connected with tho school for sonic tlmo Dud is highly indorsed Lexington KyTho recapitulation of tho assessment of Fnyotto county for the year 1909 was oomilctcd and the total assessment for the year JII 30809678 which Is au increase ot f IG93S7 over the assessment for 190S Louisville KyrPlnnu fur etnrtla a paper in the Intcrtnts of the Ken tucky branch of tho American Society of Equity were discussed nt a meeting of the Kentucky board of directors It ti believed publication will earn monco soon- Louisville Ky Loulavillu real astute deal or contemplate the establish mont of a real estate axiaofiO It 19 hoped thereby to secure n plan whore properties eon bo listed nt n namltml rout and whoV p relative values can bo fixed London KyTho Laurel county grand Jury rotuni xl indlotraoeta against Frank P Elliott former coun ty clerk and former sheriff now dip uty collector of internal roveaiM for alleged fernery In the collection of a claim of I1417C Louisville KyJobn W Tbamns tho Shelby county fanner win beatscaded lilmmir at his hone tetoptomol to Louisville saying that huts troMbku would be adjusted providing kin stoUrr who lives hero would come to his home for a conference Winchester ICyAt n meetiag of the board of directors of the Wtaefcev tor club of the Blue Gram Lenarue It was voted unanimously to wit out Sunday ball Ramos It Is rumored that the same nctlon will be taken by sit the other clubs In tho league Lexington JCyTho bill providing for n proposed amendment of the atnto constitution to secure statewide pro hibition which will bo Inlroduiftl at next session of the legislature prohibits the manufacture sato barter or giving AWRY of intoxicating liquors In Kentucky i Augusta Ky Chairman stroubent tho Bracken county board of control of the Burley Tobacco Society has notified the farmers of this county that a 40 per cent distribution of the 106 tobacco money would bo made on Tuesday March 9 amounting to about 00000 Lexington ITho general oonnoll ratified n contract with tbo Lexington Railway Co for street lighting far one year from March 1 tbo city to pay 74 per year per light for COO or more are lights There nro now C19 ore lights and the rato has been 780 per light Lexington JyA friendly suit to determine the validity of tho issuance of the JUfiOOO sower bonds recently void to the lamb Tract and Savings bank was flied In the circuit court It it should be held that the city has no power to issue the bonds tho legisla turo will be naked to remedy Uio mat tor Lexington KyTbo ling tax collect ed In Fayetto county In 1908 only paid 4191 per cent of tho value of the sheep killed by dogs In tho county and which rclaims wore filed In the county court 1 County Clerk Lewis has just received from the state treasurer a draft for J79584 while the claims tiled forsheop killed by dogs In tho county aggregate 1713 All of tho claims will therefore he prorated and paid on the basis ot 4191 of Its base value Lexington Ky Articles Incorporat ing tho Brazncll Co which la to takeover the controlling Interest In the Boll Jcllico Coal Co wore flied two The capital stock of tbo company IA J120000 Tho Incorporators are A S Brazncll his son n A Braznell and oj J linn lon all of Pittaburg Columbia Ky Mathew Armstrongo G2 ono of Adnlrs prosperous and best known citizens and who was tho Inn oat and most powerfully built man la tills section of Kentucky and probably the state died at his home at Crocus INAUGURATION ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT TAFT NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE OUTLINES POLICIES Definite Announcement That Extra Session of Congress Will Be Called to Consider Tariff BePushetlOther Washington March 4 President Tafls htaugnnu address dollverod after ho had tnkrm tho oath of offlco wits as follovB My Follow CHlicna Any one who musttootIf not bo has no conception of tho powers and dntlcw of tho offlco upon which bo lo newt V outer or ho Is lacking In a proper lonso of tho obll P nation which the oat Imposes Tho office of an Inaugural address le to giN a unrnmarr outllno of the main polldea ef tho tow administra nntJclpntodIndtlsCTB of wy dlstlirrulsheil prede oesOOr and tw such it hold up his hands In tho reforms hi has Initiated I should bo untruo to myself to my prompt and to tho dtclarations of tho party platform upon which I am elected to ofBoo It I did Pot make tho maintenance and enforcement of those reforms a moat Imporlnn feature of my administration Thor wore dl rected to eta suppression of the law lessness and abuser of power of tho great combinations of capital Invested In railroads and rn Inditsirlal enterprises carrying on Interstate com merce Tho stops which mj prodeces SOT took and ttm legislation passed on hla recommendation havO accom plished ninth harp caused a general halt In COO vicious policies ivhloh cre ated popular alarm and have brought about ID the business affeotol a much higher regard for oxlatlng law To render the reforms lasting how ever and to secure at tho same time roedom from alarm on the part of those pnrmilng proper and progres else buslnew methods further leglsla UTe and executive action aro needed Relief of the railroads from certain re strictions of too antitrust law have boon urged by my predecessor and will be urged by me On the other hand the administration Is pledged to legis latlon looking to a proper federal su pervision aid restriction to proven ex ceestvo IHSUCA of bonds and stocks by companion awning and operating interstate commerce railroads Then too a reorganization of the department of justice of tho bureau of corporations In the department of commerce and labor and of the Inter state rornmcTco commission looking to effective cooperation of theso o agencies Is flooded to secure a more rapid and certain enforcement of the laws affecting Interstate railroads and Industrial combinations- I hopo to bo able to submit at the first regular rosslon of the Incoming congress In December next definite suggestions In respect to the needed amendments to tho Antitrust and lie Interstate common law and the changes required IK the executive de partments concerned In their enforcement It is believed that with the changes to bo recommended American bust nose can bo assured of that measure of stability and certainty in respect to those things that may be done and those that aro prohibited which Is es sential to the life and growth of all business Such n plan must includo the right of tho people to avail them solves of those methods of combining capital and effort deemed necessary to roach the highest degree of econom ic efficiency nt tho same time dlf tfcrontlatlng between combinations basrd upon legitimate economic rea sons and those formed with the Intent of creating monopolies and artificially controlling prices a Tho work of formulating Into pray t cal shape each changes is creative work of fire highest order and requires all the deliberation possible In the Interval I believe that the amend meats to be proposed are just na nee qssary In tho protection of legitimate business as In tho clinching of the re forms which properly bear the name of ray predecessor Extra Session for March 19 A matter of most pressing Impor tance Is the revision of tho tariff In accordance with the promises of the platform upon which I was edocted I shan call congress Into extra session to moot on the fifteenth day of March In order that consideration may bo at once given to a bill revising tho Dingle act This should secure an ade quate revenue and adjust tho duties In such a manner as to afford to labor gad to all Industries in this country srhclhoi oi tho farm mine or factory protection by tariff equal to tho dlf ference between tho cost of produc tion abroad and the cost of production here and thaw a provision which shall vat into force upon executive determination of certain facts a high er or maximum tariff against those countries whoso trade policy toward us equitably requires such discrimi nation It Is thought that there has teen such a change In conditions since enactment of the Dlngloy1 act the tod oa a similarly protective prln slplo brit tho measure of tho tartU abovo stated will permit the reduction of rates In certain schedules and will require tho advancement of few If anyThe proposal to revise tho tariff made In such nn authoritative way as to lead tho business community to count upon It necessarily halts all thoso branches of business directly af Important the country It Is Imperatively neces nary therefore that n tariff bill bo drawn In pood faith In accordance with promises made before tho elec tlon by tho party In power and as promptly pissed as duo consideration will permit It Is not that tho tariff Is moro Important In tho long run than tho perfecting of tho reforms In respect to antitrust legislation and In terstate commerce regulation but the need for action when tho revision of uponla rassment of business To secure tho needed speed In tho passage of the tariff bill It would seem wise to at tempt no other legislation at the extra session I venture this as a sug gestion only for tho course to be taken by congress upon tho call of tho executive Is wholly within Ita discretion For Graduated Inheritance Tax fn tho making of a tariff bill the primo motive Is taxation and tho se curing thereby of a revenue Duo largely to tho business depression which followed tho financial panic of 1607 tho revenue from customs and other sources has decreased to such an extent that tho expenditures for theI current fiscal year will oxcoed tho re colpts by J100000000 It Is Impera tive that such a deficit shall not con tinue and the framors of tbo tariff bill must of course have In mind the total revenues likely to bo produced by It and so arrange the duties as to secure an adequate Incomo Should it bo Impossible to do so by Import duo ties now kinds of taxation must be adopted and among these I recom mend a graduated Inheritance tax as correct In principle and ns certain and easy of collection Tho obligation on tho part of those responsible for thocxponditures madoto carryon tho government to be as eco comical an posslblo and to tnako tho burden of taxaion aa light as possible Is plain and should bo affirmed In every declaration of government pol icy This Is especially true when wo aro faco to face with a heavy deficit Out when the desire to win the popu jar apprbvalMcads to tho cutting off of expenditures really needed to make tho government effective and to en ablo It to accomplish Its proper ob- Jects tho result Is as much to be con demned as tho waste of government funds In unnecessary The scopo ot a modern government In what It can and ought to accomplish for Its peoplo has been widened far beyond the principles laid down by tho old laissez faire school of political writers and this widening has met popular approval In the department of agriculture the use of scientific experiments on a largo scale and the spread of Informa tion derived from them for tho Im provement of general agriculture must go onTho importance of supervising bud ness of great railways and Indus trial combinations and the necessary Investigation and prosecution of un lawful business methods are another necessary tax upon government which did not exist halt a century ago Necessary Expenditures The putting Into force of laws which shall eecjto tho conservation of our resources so tar as they may bo with in tho jurisdiction of tho federal gov eminent Including the most Important work of saving and restoring our forests and tho general Improvement of waterways nro all proper govern mont functions which must Involve large expenditure if properly performed While some of them like tho reclamation of arid lands are made to pay for themselves others aro of such nn indirect benefit that this can not be expected of them A permanent Improvement like the Panama canal should be treated as a distinct enterprise and should bo paid for by the proceeds of bonds tbo issue of which will distribute Its cost between the present and futuro generations in accordance with tho benefits derived It may well be submitted to the seri ous consideration of congress whether the deepening and control of the chan nel of a great river system like that of the Ohio or of the Mississippi when definite and practical plans for the enterprise havo been approved and determined upon should not bo pro vldod for In the same way Then too there are expenditures of government absolutely necessary If properI p1 t and is to oxw+ eiso its proper tnfluence In defense of Its own trade interests in the maintenance of traditional American policy against the colonlza tion of European monarchies In this hemisphere and In the promotion of peace and International morality I refer to tho cost of maintaining a proper army a proper navy and suit able fortifications upon the mainland of tho United States and in its depend encies Wo should have on army so organ ized and so officored as to bo capable In time of emergency In cooperation with the national militia and under the provisions of a proper national volunteer law rapidly to expand into a forco sufficient to resist all probable invasion from abroad and to furnish a respectable expeditionary force if necessary in the maintenance of oar traditional American policy which bears tho name of President Monroe Calls for Strong Army and Navy Onr fortifications are yet In a state of only partial completeness and the number of men to man them Is Insuffi cient In a few years however the usual annual appropriations for our coast defenses both on the mainland and In the dependencies will make them sufficient to resist all direct nt tack and by that tlmo wo may hope that the men to man them will bo pro vided as a necessary adjunct Tho distance of our shores from Europe and Asia of course reduces the neces ally for maintaining under arms a great army but it does not take away the requirement of mero prudence that wo should havo an army t uffl clontly largo and so constituted as to form a nucleus out of which a suitable forco can quickly grow What has been said of the army may bo affirmed In even a more em phatic way qf tho navy A modern navy cannot be Improvised It must be built and In existence when the emergency arises which calls for its use and operation My distinguished predecessor has In many speeches and messages set out with great force and striking language tho necessity for maintaining a strong navy commensurate with the coast line the govern mental resources and tine foreign trado of our nation and I wish to reiterate all tho reasons which he has pro sealed in favor of the policy of main taming a strong navy as tho best con servator of our peace with other na tions and the best means of securing respect for tho assertion of our rights tho defense of our Interests and the exercise of our Influence In interna tional matters Our international policy Is always to promote peace We shall enter Into any war with a full conscious news of the awful consequences that It always entails whether successful or not and we of course shall make every effort consistent with national honor and tho highest national Inter est to avoid a resort to arms Wo favor every Instrumentality like that of The Hague tribunal and arbitration treaties made with a view to Its use in all International controversies in order to maintain peace and to avoid war Dut wo should be blind to ex sting conditions and should allow ourselves to becomo foolish idealists It wo did not realize that with all the nations of tho world armed and pro pared for war wo must bo ourselves In a similar condition In order to pre vent other nations from taking ad vantage of us and of our Inability to defend our Interests and assert our rights with a strong hand In tho International controversies that are likely to arise In tho orient growing out of the question of tho open door and other Issues the United States can maintain her Interests intact and can secure respect for her just demands She will not bo ablo to do so however if It is understood that she never intends to back up her asser lion of right and her defense of her Interest by anything but mere verbal protest and diplomatic note For these reasons tho expenses of the army and navy and of coast defenses should always be considered as something which tho government must pay for and they should not be cut off through mero consideration of economy Our government Is able to af ford a suitable army and a suitable navy It may maintain them without the slightest danger to the republic or the cause of free Institutions and fear of additional taxation ought not to change a proper policy In this re card Tho policy of tho United States in the Spanish war and since has given It n position of Influence among the nations that It never had before and should be constantly exerted to securing to Its bona fide citizens wheth er native or naturalized respect for them OB such In foreign countries Wo should make every effort to prevent humiliating and degrading pro hibition against any of our citizens wishing temporarily to sojourn In for sign countries because of taco or re ligion Defect In Federal Jurisdiction Tho admission of Asiatic mini grants who can not bo amalgamated with our population has been made tho subject either of prohibitory clauses In our treaties and statutes or of strict administrative regulation secured by diplomatic negotiation I sincerely hope that wo may continue to minimize the evils likely to arise from such Immigration without un necessary friction and by mutual con cessions between selfrespecting gov ernments Meantime wo must tako every precaution to prevent or tall Ing that to punish outbursts of race feeling among our people against foreigners of whatever nationality who have by our grant a treaty right to pursue lawful business here and to be protected against lawless assault or InjuryThis loads me to point out a serious defect m the present federal jvrfadlo tlon which ought to bo remedied at once Having assured to other coun tries by treaty tho protection of our laws for such of their subjects or citizens as we permit to como within our jurisdiction wo now leave to a state or a city not nndor tho control of the federal government a duty of performing our International obllga Ions in this respect By proper legis lation wo may and ought to placo in the hands of tho federal executive the means of enforcing the treaty rights of such aliens In the courts of the federal government It puts our govern ment in a pusillanimous ppsjUon to make definite engagements to protect aliens and then to excuso the failure to perform those engagements by an explanation that the duty to keep them Is In states or cities not within our control If wo would promise we must put ourselves In a position to perform our promise Wo cannot per met tho possible failure of justice duo to local prejudice In any state or mu nicipal government to expose via to the risk of a war which might be avoided If federal jurisdiction was asserted by suitable legislation by con gross and carried oitj by proper pro ceedings Instituted by the executive In the courts of the national govern ment Monetary and Banking Laws One of the reforms to bo carried out during tho incoming administration Is a change of our monetary and banking laws so as to secure greater elasticity in the forms of currency available for trade and to prevent the limitations of law from operating to Increase the embarrassments of a financial panic The monetary com mission lately appointed Is giving full consideration to existing conditions and to all proposed remedies and will doubtless suggest ono that will meet tho requirements of business and of public Interest Wo may hopo that the report will embody neither the nar row view of those who bellove that the sole purpose of the now system should bo to secure a largo return on bank Ing capital or of those who would havo greater expansion of currency with little regard to provisions for Its Immediate redemption or ultimate security There Is no subject of eco nomic discussion so Intricate and so likely to evoke differing views and dogmatic statements as this one The commission In studying the general In fluenco of currency on business and of business on currency have wisely extended their investigation in European banking and monetary methods Urges Postal Savings Sank The Incoming congress should promptly fulfill tho promise of tho Republican platform and pass a proper postal savings bank bill It will not paternnlllmTbomeat will furnish nn Inducement to savings deposits which private enterprise cannot supply and at such a low rate of Interest as not to withdraw custom from existing banks It will substantially increase tho funds available for Investment as capital in useful enterprises It will furnish the absolute security which makes the proposed scheme of government guaranty of deposits so alluring without Its pernicious results I sincerely hope that the Incoming congress will be alive as It should be to the Importance of our foreign trade and of encouraging It In every way feasible The possibility of Increas- Ing this trade In the orient in the Philippines and in South America are known to everyone who has given the matter attention The Importance which the department of agriculture and ef commerce and labor may play In ridding the markets of Europe of prohibitions and discriminations against the Importa thin of our products Is fully under stood and It Is hoped that the use of tho maximum and minimum feature of our tariff law to be soon passed will be effective to remove many of those restrictions Tho Panama Canal The Panama canal will have a most Important bearing upon the trade between the eastern and the far western sections of our country and will groat ly increase the facilities for transpor tation between the eastern and went ern seaboard and may possibly revo lutionize the transcontinental rates with respect to bulky merchandise It will also havo a most beneficial effect to Increase tho trado between the east ear seaboard of tho United States and the western coast of South America and indeed with some of the im portant ports on the cast coast of South America reached by rail from the west coast The work on the canal la making most satisfactory progress The typo of tho canal on a lock canal was fixed by congress after a full consideration of tho conflicting reports of the majority and minority of tho consulting board and after the recommendation of the war depart mont and tho executive upon those reports Recent suggestion that something had occurred on the Isthmus to make the lock typo of the canal less feasible than It was supposed to be when the reports were made and the policy determined on Icd to a visit to tha Isthmus of a board of competent engineers to examine tho Qatun dam and locks which are tho key of the lock typo Tho report of that board shows that nothing has occurred in the nature of newly rovcalpd ev I denco which should change tho views once formed In tho original discussion Tho construction will go on under a most effective organization controlled by Col Goethals and his fellow army engineers associated with him and will certainly be completed early in the next administration if not before Some typo of caaal must be constructed Tho lock typo has boon sc i locted We are all In favor of having It built as promptly as possible We must not now therefore keep up a fire in tho rear of the agents whom we havo authorized to do our work on the Isthmus Wo must hold up their hands and speaking for the Incoming administration I wish to say that I propose to devote all tho energy pos sible and under my control to the pushing of this work on tho plans which have been adopted and to stand behind the men who are doing faithful hard work to bring about tho early completion of this the greatest con structive enterprise of modern times Tho governments of our dependen cles in Porto Rico and the Philippines aro progressing as favorably AS could bo desired Tho prosperity of Porto Rico continues unabated Tho buel ness conditions in the Philippines are not all that we could wish them to bo but with tho passage of tho new tariff bill permitting free trado between the United Stntes and the archipelago with such limitations In sugar and tobacco as snail prevent Injury to the domestic interests on thoso products wo can count on an improvement in business conditions In the Philippines and tho development of a mutually profitable trade between this country and the Islands Meantime our gov ernment In each dependency Is up holding the traditions of civil liberty and Increasing popular control which might be expected under American au spices The work which we are doing there redounds to our credit as a na tion Cites Progress of Negroes I look forward with hope to Increas ing the already good feeling between the south and the other sections of the country My chief purpose Is not to effect a change In the electoral vote of the southern states That Is a secondary consideration What I look for ward to is an Increase In the tolerance of political views of all kinds and their advocacy throughout the south and the existence of a respectable political opposition In every state even more than this to an Increased feeling on the part of all the people In the south that this government la their govern ment and that its officers In their states aro their officers The consideration of this question cannot however be complete and full without reference to the negro race Its progress and its present condition Tho 13th amendment secured them freedom the 14th amendment due process of law protection of property and the pursuit of happiness and the 15th amendment attempted to secure tho negro against any deprivation tho prlvlllego to vote because he atI a negro The 13th and 14th amend ments have been generally enforced and have secured tho objects for which they were Intended While the 15th amendment has not been gener ally observed in the past it ought to bo observed and the tendency of southern legislation today Is toward the enactment of electoral Qualifications which shall square with that amendment Of course the mere adoption of a constitutional law is only ono step In the right direction It must be fairly and justly enforced as well In time both will como Hence It Is clear to all that the dom nation of an ignorant irresponsible element can bo prevented by constl tutional laws which shall exclude from voting both negroes and whites not having education or other qualifica dons thought to be necessary for a proper electorate The danger of the control of an Ignorant electorate baa thorefore passed With this change the Interest which many of the south era white citizens take In the welfare of the negroes has Increased The colored man must base their hopo on tho results of their own industry self restraint thrift and business success as well as upon the aid and comfort and sympathy which they may receive from their whlto neighbors of the south There was a time when northerners who sympathized with the ne- gro In his necessary struggle for bet ter conditions sought to give to him the suffrage as a protection and to enforce its exercise against the pre railing sentiment of tho south The movement proved to be a failure What remains Is the 15th amendment to the constitution and the right to have statutes of states specifying qualifications for electors subjected to the test of compliance with that amendment This is a great protec tion to tho negro It wilL never bo repealed and it never ought to be repealed If It had not been passsed it might bo difficult now to adopt It but with It In our fundamental law the policy of southern legislation must and will tend to obey It and so long as the statutes of tho states meet the test of this amendment and are not otherwise in conflict with the consti I tution and laws of tho United States it Is not the disposition or within the province of tho federal government to interfere with the regulation by south ern states of their domestic affairs There Is in tho south a stronger feel- Ing than over among the Intelligent welltodo and Influential clement in favor of tho industrial education of the negro and the encouragement of tho race to make themselves useful members of the community The progress which the negro has mado in the last BO years from slavery when Its statistics are reviewed Is marvel ous and It furnishes every reason to hopo that In the next 25 years a otlll greater Improvement In his condition as a productive member of society on the farm and In the shop and in other occupations may come Tim negroes are now Americans Their ancestors came here years ago against their will and this ts their only country and their only flag They hATe shown themselves anxious to Ilrt for It and willing U die for It Encountering the race feeling against them sub 1 1 jsetea at times to crcal injustice grem lag out of it thti nay well have oat profound sympathy and aid in ttstruggle they ore making Wo are charged with the sacred duty of mak- Ing their path as smooth and easy as wo can Any recognition of their distinguished men any appointment to omce from among their number ii proporly taken as an encouragement and an appreciation of their progress and this just policy shall bo pursued Sees Era of Better Feeling Bat it may well admit of doubt whether in the case of any race aa appointment of one of their number to a local office in a community In which the race feeling 13 so widespread and acute as to interfere with the ease and facility with which the local government business can bfl done by tho appointee is of sufficient benefit by way of encouragement to tho race to outweigh the recurrence and increase of race feeling with such an appointment Is likely to engender Therefore tho executive In recognl ing the nogro race by appointments must exercise a careful discretion not thereby to do It more harm than good On the other hand wo must be careful not to encourage the mere pretense of race tooling manufactured in tho in terest of individual political ambition Personally I have not the slightest raco prejudice or feeling and recognV Ion of Its existence only awakens In my heart a deeper sympathy for those who have to bear It or suffer from St and I question the wisdom of a poltoy- which Is likely to Increase It Mean time If nothing Is done to prevent a better fooling between the negroes and the whites in tho south will con tine to grow and more and more of the white people will come to realize that tho future of tho south is to be much benefited by tho industrial and intellectual progress of the negro The exercise of political franchises by thoso of his race who are intelligent and welltodo will be acquiesced la and tho right to vote will be withheld only from the Ignorant and irresponsi ble ef both races Labor tefllslatlon There Is one other matter to which I shall refer It was made the subject of great controversy daring tho election and calls for at least a passing reference now My distinguished predA COBSOT has given much attention to thIS cause of labor with whose struggle for better things he has shown the sin corest sympathy At his Instance con green has passed the bill fixing the lie bility of Interstate carriers to their employee for Injury sustained in the course of employment abolishing the rule of fellowservant and the common negligencelitI of the government through tbo negligence of tho superior It also passed n model child labor law for the DIs- trict of Columbia In previous administration on arbitrary law for interstate commerce railroads and their employee and laws for the application of safety devices to save the lives and limbs of employes of Interstate rail roads had beon passed Additional legislation of this kind was passed by the outgoing congress- I wish to say that In so far as I can I hope to promote the ennctcoeal of further legislation of this charac ter I am strongly convinced that the government should make Itself as responsible to employes Injured In Its employ as on Interstate railway cor poration is made responsible by fed oral law to its employes Federal Injunctions Upheld Another labor question has arisen which bas awakened tho most excited discussion That is in respect to the power of the federal courts to issue In junctions In Industrial disputes As to that my convictions are fixed Takeaway from the courts if it could betaken away the power to Issue in junctions in labor disputes and It would create a privileged class among the laborers and save tho lawless among their aumber from a most need ful remedy available to all men for the protection of their business against lawless Invasion Tho proposition that business Is not a property or pe cuniary right which can be protected by equitable Injunction is utterly without foundation In precedent or reason The proposition is usually IIncd with ono to make the secondary boycott lawful Such a proposi ion is at variance with the American instinct and will find no support In my Judgment whon submitted to the American people The secondary boy cott Is an Instrument of tyranny and ought not to be rondo legitimate The issuing of a temporary restrain Ing order without notice has in soy oral instances been abused by Its inconsiderate exercise and to remedy this the platform upon which I was elected recommends the formulation In a statute of the conditions under which such a temporary restraining order ought to issue A statute can and ought to bo framed to embody the best modern practice and can bring the subject so closely to the atten tlon of tho court as to make abuses of tho proccas unlikely in the future American people If I understand them Insist that tho authority of tho courts shall be sustained and are opposed to any change In tho procedure by which the power of R court may bo weak ened and tho fearless and effective ad ministration of Justice be Interfered withHaving bra reviewed the questions likely to recur during my admlnlstrs Uou and having expressed In a sum mary way tho position which I expect to take In recommendations to cone gross and In my conduct as an ex ocutive I invoke the considerate sympathy and support of my fellow clti cans and the Old of Almighty God hj the itoxbtryr of ny responsible del ttli I W fit V 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 I mixture suits this soil Some dealers will tell you they have a fertilizer I just as good He may have but you dont want to run theI risk of having a bad crop to findI out how good his fertilizer is When you get the GLOBE or READ FERTILIZER you are goodISold by C C RHODUSBerea Ky j i j aoeoeoeoeoeoliooeooeoeoeoeoeaeoeoeoeoetleoe0eoeoebeoc I East Kentucky Correspondence 1 I News You Get Nowhere Else I e e Ho eortetpondencfl publlited amen signed In tan by the writer Tilt name 0 ti not for publlcatloi bet ai II irMtace ol good faith Writ pliiBly 0 f oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo JACKSON COUNTY- ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce S S Wolfe of Maulden Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub ject to the action of tho Republican party We are authorized to announce W n Creech of Egypt Jackson County Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jack SOil County subject to the action of the Republican party PEOPLES Peoples March S Candidates are plentiful In this part Mlseos Mattie and Bertha Baker of this place visited Misses Dora aid Belle Huff of Ionia Sunday Mr and Mrs W M McCowan visited the latters father Mr W M Spence last Sunday Mr Geo Baldwin was with home folks r last night He has been attending his father who Is very III3Irs Mary King of Isaacs has been visit Ing her slstera the Misses Baker the past week returned home yesterday Lucy Ball teas the guest of Alice Baker SundayMrs Mary Ball was the guest of her sinter Mrs Frank Johnzori yesterday A J Baker was In Walchburg and Annvllle on bust ness last week OLIN Olin March 6John Setser of Corbin has been visiting friends here The Rev George Johnson of Ann vllle was here a few days ago to see his daughter Mrs M Medlock who Is very 111 with lung troubleJohn Hundley candidate for countable passed thru here today on his way to Mc KoeMr and Mrs G W Moore of Tyner visited their daughter Belle Morris Saturday and Sunday There will be a singing school at Olin school house conducted by Lyon Mul llns Charlie Medlock was yiru here Monday dehorning cattle George Hellard Is a candidate for county surveyor of Jackson without opposi UonJ G Morris who has been very sick with grippe Is betterII C Baldwin candidate for county attorney wll spsak at the Blooming Grove church house Thursday March fUt frank and Jim Stidham are hauling ties this week getting ready for an e 1II11mor of Jackson Co ANN VIMlt- Annvllie March SDr and Mrs A T Neal left for Log Lick Clark COwhere they will make their fut ure homeMr R A Johnson spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Gray HawkThe farmers In this vicinity are plowing fencing etc preparatory for their crops the cpm Ing season Mr Lee J Webb and A S Johnson attended church at Green 11111 SundayMrs Martha Med lock who has been very 111 for the past few days Is slowly Improving The Rev Pearl Hacker who has been holding a series of meetings at Maul den passed thru here Sunday on his way home GIIIINIIAIJ Green Hall March GJosso Hoi brooks sold to Wm Alumbaugh a young horse for 125Marrled March i oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeI- 3rd Miss Lulie Wilson daughter of Wilson and Mr Melvin Clantz son of widow Clantz of Sturgeon Mrs Julie Smith received a letter from her parents announcing the arrival of a baby girl this makes nln girls born to the wife of Mr Henry j Sandlin of Taft and not a OOyJ P Wilson Is moving Thomas Anderson to Ross Creek Alvln Anderson is moving to Sturgeon where he will farm this yearJ D Pierson will j pay 30 cents a piece for one hundred white hensThe Missionary Baptists are holding a protracted meeting at Mount GIlead this weekAndy Pier son wilL go to Illinois Ina few dasI He will be missed through these partsPeople are rejoicing greatly over the departure of a neighbor who I has been making and gelling whiskey for several years Daniel Cook and1 Idajmaybuy nursery stock will do well to hold their order for J D Pierson wh I is selling for the Falrmount Nursery I of Troy 0 which has been growing and selling all kind of fruit and ornamental trees shrubbery etc for seventy years Thomas Hurst and I family have moved to the place they bought from Wm Hastrock Henry I Sandlin was visiting Nathan Smith OklahomaIInow per oats SO cents onions potatoes cab j bage beans etc are scarcer than was ever known IIURLEY before here I Hurley March 4D H Cole has- LickIDradleying house nearly finished Miss Ora Lake of Loam who has been visiting her sister Mrs Lena Gabbard of this place has returned homeDr Jas I Morris spoke at the Indian Creek j school house March 2 In the Interest of his candidacy for Couuty Judge Hurrah for JimMr Jerome lard of Parrot passed thru Helj last Friday and stopped at B Coles Little Myrt Gabbard who has been very pearly with whooping cough is improving Mr Ed Gabbard I of this place Is a candidate for magis I clearIngIbard left for Illinois last Thursday They expect to work there for the I summer Green McCollurn started carry Ing the mall last MondayMr and Mrs B H Cole wero the guosts of Mrs Ned Gabbard last Sunday Wm Baker mother and wife visited T L Morris Sunday Mr Ed Gab bard took his second degree In mason ry last Saturdays I GAP Sand Gap March 8on account of so much rain and the candidates the farmers are very badly behind withI their work There are several cases of roslola and whooping cough David Durham has been sick but Is upJames Isaacs and family moved to McKlnoy Hollow yesterdayL- C Little candidate for sheriff spoke Saturday in behalf of his candidacy A sale began at A P Gabbards storo tho 1st inst and will continue until MayJ Hurley another mer chant has a nice stock of merchan dise Sherman Durham and family visited relatives on Dry Fork Satur day and Sutoday David Durham and family visited at J Il Durhams Sun day afternoon Nathan Plerson can didate for constable and E E Dur ham took a trip Sunday electioneer ing Hanah McKlncy of Rock Lick Is visiting with her brothers Mack and Jasper of this place The Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs A P Gab bard is sickMrs E E Durham Is visiting relatives at Wind Cave Sheridan Johnson of Waneta was in town Friday and called at the Gab bard Sale Jesse Durham is haul ing for Dave DurhamJohn Johnson and Charles Hurst went to Bcrea last week after goods for P E John sonThe box supper at this Sat urday night was a grand suc ROCKCASTLE essI Hoc Ktouu Rockford March 8Roy Hamilton arid ThomaiJCroucher left Thursday for Villa Grove 111 Hubert the In fant son of Mr and Mrs M B McGuire after an Illness of two months died Wednesday and was laid toI rest in the Scaffold Cane cemeter Mrs Nora McGuire is no better J W Todd has moved his mill from the Wren set to the Holiday timber where he will saw shingles for some tuneMr Wm Gndd of DIsputanta and Mrs Mattie Coyle of Boone were married at the home of tho bride last week The Rev J W LamI bert officiated Last Saturday and Sunday were regular preaching days at Scaffold Cane Services conducted by the Rev Bryant of Cartersvllle j Mrs J C Guinn who has been sick i so long Is able to be out again Miss Pearl Llnvllle who has been sick j Is recovering Mr Jesse Bullen who has been going to school at Borea visited homo folks last week3lr Troy Garrett of DIsputanta visited relatives In Jackson Co tho first of the week Misses Beulah Viars Ret tie McCollum and Reecle Todd visited Mrs II E Bullen Sunday Mr Caspe Martin who has been going to school i at Berca Is at home now because of rheumatism Miss Retie McCollum i visited Miss Beulah Viars Sunday night Mrs Sarah Gulnn Is sick I msrinrANTA- DIsputantn March 8The farmers are behind with their work The HeJ J W Lambert filled his regular ap j polntment at Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday Bertha Rowlett gave the young folks a singing at her home Friday night Miss Jesjsle Chasteen was tile guest of Mr Amos Rowlett SaturdayMies Matilda Coyle was the guest of Misses Myrtle and Julia Rowlett SundayDorn to Mr and Mrs Elijah Croucher n fine girl Mrs W D Crouoher Is Improving slowly Bessie the little daughter of II C Rowlett Is able to beiout again G T Payne sold a three year old mule for 190 Bought another from W A Hammond for 100 OAITIBY- Gauley March 9Qulte a crowd at tended church at Red Hill Sunday Dan M Ponder of Berea was with homefolks Saturday and Sunday Mrs Bettle Drew is visiting at Wll die Misses Mary A Mullins and Llda Bullock of Mt Vernon were with homefolks Saturday and Sunday I Mss Berta Robinson was In ItI Vernon last Wednesday Si and oarI rls Howard are farming on Horse LickIle Willie Campbell and his sister Cleo visited relatives In this community Saturday and Sunday Mr Melvin Lunsford and his sister IsltedIanI Morris have just returned from an extend ed visit to Pulaski Co Candidates are getting plentiful A Sunday school has been organized at Union and every body Is expected to attend Luther Morris Is home from Berea to stay CllMAX Climax March 8J M Rector Is making a new wagon Mr Hardin Is In Louisville buying goods Grant York sold to G Owens two calves for- 1G60Plaid Peters and Abo Anglin are building a new dwelling house for Nettle Clark Mr Wash McGuire of McCrackon has moved to the Rigsby farm on Dry Ridge Saturday and Sunday wore meeting days nt Brush Creek Services were conducted by the Rev Mr Culton of Richmond D O Rector is planning to build anew house on Dry Ridge Geo Grit i tin of Mt Vernon collected taxes here last week Hardln Moore Is candidate for Squire Mr Moore is a new come to our county and we think ho IsI a fine fellow KOIIINKT I Roblnet March Gliary Carpenter has lung feverFrank Davis and wit of Clover Bottom were in this part last week Mr Davis is talking of moving Into this neighborhood Len Medlock is expected at Dango from Annville March 13thW R Allen was in Richmond first of the week Mr Allen lost about 400 worth ofIswitch ties which were tied up Livingston during the high water The high waters of eomo days ago did a great deal of damage to people along the creek and rivers Albert Allen returned from Richmond Wed nesday where he has been taking treatmen under the Drs GlbsonD- G Clark and G M Ballard wore in Robluet first of tho week Miss Lena Coffey was up from Richmond to see her mother last weekMr T J Lake was in town on business Thurs day Miss Suslo Lake was In town Thursday shopping OWSLEY COUNTY TUAVrlllllH REST Travelers Rest March 8 Tho children of Elder J B Rowlett wero called around his bed on account of his sickness Ho has been very poor ly all winter and was taken very suddenly and is mighty bad in health lie is 75 years oldMr Henry Rico and wife visited C B Lynchs Su- ndayMr Henry Price hag been clear Ing up J B Rowletts farm this win ter Mr Price has took a job of pal Ing for J O RowlettJ G Rowlett the oil and CITIZEN agent returned from a trip on Rose Creek working for TilE CITIZEN and the Stetson 011 Co and had a good success with both jobs All who want good oil will write to or wait for Mr Rowlett W W Wilson and family visited Elder J B Rowlett Sunday Mr I Wilson Is a hardware man with Floyd and Bohr at Louisville I ISLAND CITY I Island City March 4Emery Peters failed to fill his appointment on Saturday I but arrived on Sunday Dogs are all deadbarked themselves toj death at the candidates A large rherlWhis tie hauling William Short has sold his farm to Judge Brewer and is contemplating going westT C Gentry purchased a fine pair of oxen from Jas Burch for 100J F Brow er will leave Monday to canvass the county for reelection as County Judge RIley Shepherd and James Anderson left Monday on their way to Washington D CArthur Bryant tto Iill t Bakinf powaerll I Renders the foodmore wholesome and su perior in lightness and flavor The only baking powder of Tartar fromLwill open up a now grocery store soonR B Peters has returned from Richmond Ho did well with his cat NeeIleySaturday for IdainayVlKOKNT I Vincent March 8A number from Vincent attended County Court at Boonovtlle MondayD G Wilson County sheriff and Wm Allot hU deputy wero at Vincent rhlaJC Dotner nnd J U Scott both of Vincent spout last week In the city Erie the ten year old girl of Mr and Mrs Harrison Phillips while visiting at Mr II N Mlnters over Sunday Feb SSth had her clothes catch fire from a grata Sho was fatally burned dying March IstOld Aunt Jennie Shanks who has made r her homo with her soninlaw T 11 Venablo of this placo died March 4 She had long suffered from cancer of the face Jiulco S Isaacs was over at Boonovlllo Monday llarvoy Mar cum of this place spent last week with Millers tIlIN1his Sunday night Mr S P Caudell of Travelers Rest was lit Idamay Sat urday looking out a stand for a meat shop which he will open soon LEE COUNTY 1 lrHIIITON Lolchton March 8Mr Lee Cong leton has smallpox Tho Infant Oi Mrs Luther Splva Is sick lrWEll and Wllllo Sparks were tho guests of their sister Mrs Sarah Roach Mr Congleton has Just had his tram roads repaired as the big tIde car ried tho trusties all away Mr and Mrs Solmon Griffin of Corbin re turned homo last week after a two weeks visit on Ross CreekMr J Arvin of near Wagaravlllo line moved into the widow Arvlnos house at Grantlo Richardson Spring31r and Mrs Mat Griffin of South Fork visit ed his brother Mr Harrison Griffin and wife CLAY COUNTY IICUMNO SIIUNOS Burning Springs March fsTho lion W A Cope of Maulden passed thru hero last week on his way home from Hydcn Ho was recently marrl Contlnued on fifth Itgr L THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN TilE CITIZEN gives you more than the worth of your money and is growing hotter all tho time Just cpmpare it with the other newspapers you see You cnu get others as cheap but either they are not as good or theyare not made for the mountains or they do not give as much Just look at a few of the things wo are giving you now NEWS nil the news of the 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