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A w wjw wour j c rThe Citizen Is Growing 91 CITIZENe j g Idly Let Your Business y S Keep Pace With It By Adver g elaM matimalUr otlsing 0 C oooO QSe Q OOooeoe0 Devoted to the Interests of the iMIoTJuntain People ooooooooooot iI Vol X s Five cents a DopyBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 18 1800 One Dollar a year No t8- s MILLINERY OPENINGI v- I Friday and Saturday March 26 and 27 MRS S it BAKER NEWS OF THE WEEK Toy War on In Central Amorlca Foraker Heart Some NewsStand ard Oil Case Decision May Open Way for Tremendous Abuses STANDARD OIL WINSBy a re markablo interpretation of the Jaw Judgo Anderson before whom tbo famous 29000000 Standard Oil re bate case was being heard in Chicago dismissed tho suit and tho Standard is now clear of tho Indictments under which It once stood to lose tho amount named Judgo Anderson ruled la brief that the fact that a road printed and published a schedule cr freight rates was not enough to pros that thoso were the legal rates Good lawyers believe that if tills do clslon stands It will bo possible ror railroads to revive tho terrible re bating which was so common a Cew years ago and which enabled tho big manufacturers and trusts to crush out Oho little ones It is likely thai Congress will tike tho matter up al the next session but at best all case which havo occurcd hitherto will go unpunished OHIO LOCAL OPTION Tho resul of the Rose County Local Option Law In Ohio Is clearly shown In the re celpU from tho licensing of saloon I there The state lost 37088528 all a result of tho law in tho lout Biz months There have been 1605 sa loons closed In that time KILLED AT HAMILTON James I Robinson and Alexander Howard were killed at Hamilton 0 last Thursday by tho cave In of a deep trench the were digging Thomas Revere wall probably fatally injured PASTOR SLAIN Tho Rev loather Eraaln pastor of tho Polish church of St Stanislas was killed In his horn last week by masked men over a dispute about the affairs of the church FROM OUT WESTllero is another breezy western story The engineer I of a Rock Island train running from Chicago to Denver says that after he crossed tile border Into Colorado a storm came up bebln his train and he soon found ho wa running ahead of his time card Hs then shut oft steam but still went too fast and had to put on tho brake t to keep from being run away with Tho train was blown across the state at tho rate of fifty miles an hour A reward will be given to the first man that can provo he believes this FORAKER OUT ExSen Foraker of Ohio has announced that ho fc t of politics for good This U like eadead man announcing his funeral L people havo attended to his keep- Ing outfor the good of everybody A TOY WAJtA little war has broken out between the president of Nicaragua and tho president ol Salvador There have boon a few of sham tiny little tights and these i lwororanlekel countries aro much texcited Both mon deserve to be f beaten The U S Government may 1 step In and make them keep the peace and should do so Tho troublo Js that men aro really killed even In these little affairs- SMALLPOX SCARE OVER I jAll that is left of tho smallpox Is three casestwo In the hospital and one in town Those in the hospital are both student boys who failed to get vaccinated and the caso fi in town is that of Mr Clark who re to be vaccinated even when 1fUlled had tho disease It is be lined that there will be little more rtrouble During tho epidemic there been seven hundred vaccina i alone without a case of a serious S 0 ly bad arm Not one of the people who took the smallpox during this f epidemic had been successfully vacci r nated in tho last forty years r4 HJ TORREYGONEI Meeting Still Continue With Man Conversions Wonderful Result Accomplished During Evangelists Stay Hore Dr Palmer Remain This Week Dr Torroy and Mr Jacoby after ono of the most successful revivals ever held hero left Monday morning followed by the good wishes and love of the host of friends they had made here It has been decided to continuo the meetings for a little while both in the chapel and at the Baptist church and services arc now being held nightly at both places with over prospect that the blessing will con tinue At tho Chapel Dr Thomson and Pres Frost are preaching and Dr Palmer leading tho music and at the Baptist Church services arc being led by the Rev Mr Shepherd of Louisville A great effort was made to have Di Torrey or Mr Jacoby stay a few days longer but both felt that they had dono all they could and that they could not remain A special effort was made to keep Mr Jacoby and a petition bearing the name of almost every student wax given him but bo compensa1tlon apl went of his consent was received lathe chapel Sunday night proved his pollUlorltIWhile Dr Torrey and Mr Jacoby were both obliged to depart they left brief messages to their friends here confiding them to tho care of The Citizen These messages follow Dear Friends The work Is just begun Keep on praying and working until every one In the College and town Is touched and until the fire spreads Into all the surrounding country Let the young converts pray read tho Bible wit ness for Christ lead consecrated lives and never let up In winning others lo Christ Sincerely yours R A Torrey Dear Friends The hearty sympathy welcome and cooperation wo received in Berea has given It a warm place In my heart God bless you all my prayer will continually arise for the prosper ity for each Individual I give a verso Isa 41 13 For I the Lord thy God will hold thy right band saying unto thee Fear not I will help thee For Berca Isa 27 3 I the Lord do keep it I will water It every moment lest any hurt It I will keep it night and day W S Jacoby At the time of Dr Torreys leaving hero thero had been a total of 242 who had come forward In the meetings Since that time there havo been 16 more a total of 258 Ono of the most remarkable feature of the meetings has been the calmness which settled over them thoso who camo forward doing so without ex citement but In tho plain calm following of their duty All seemed earnest and strong and havo the best of starts In their now lives DR TORREYS BEST SERMON His Discourse on Heroes and Cow ards Printed In Full by Request There have been several re quests that we print a complete sermon of Dr Torroys and we are glad to do so We have chosen for this tho sermon ho preached Friday night which ho considers one of the most effective he ban used entitled Heroes and Cowards It is practi cally complete HEROES AND COWARDS The fear of man brlngeth a snare proverbs xxix 25 I have a long text tonight in fact L WHAT FARMERS NEED WORST A few weeks ago there was presented to President Roosevelt the report of the commission appointed by him to investigate the condi tion of life on the farm in this country nud to suggest methods of improving it Tbo Commission submitted three needs which it be sieves are the most important and the first of these is this Effective cooperation among farmers to put them on a level with the organized interests with which they do business Ono of the members of that Commission in speaking to the writer of this article added a little to that concerning conditions in this part of the country lie said that cooperation was also needed hero to secure things which farmers have in other placesgoodroads good schools good churches and good order The business cooper ationofwhich this Commission speaks is the hardest and most deli cute of the lot to manage and probably cannot be managed success fully here till the other things have been donotlll cooperation in regard to local affairs has been learned Future historians will probably decide that the most important thing about this age wo are living in is that its taught people the val ue of cooperation It is a fact that the benefits of modern civilization wealth prosperity education anti success come to any part of the country just in proportion as the people have learned to cooperate People have found that each individual will in the end be better off if for a little while and in certain things he makes his own will sub mit to the good of the community In that waylit a little cost to each the whole lot get forward and each one with the rest It is like a four horse team mighty useless unless they all pull together but mighty useful if they all do pull that way There are just two things that usually stand in the way of successful cooperation One is pride and the other is selfishness A lot of men hate to admit that there is any one or any thing bettor than they arethoy do not want to tako orders even from all the rest of the community They want their way and wouldrather have their way wrong than any other rvay right When a community starts any improvement they hang back just to show that they are independent And they are independent allrightlike a balky They are the kind of people that carry smallpox and measles0 around with them just to show that they are free citizens And then there is the selfishness Some fellows are so all fired afraid that some other will get a little bit the best of it that they all refuse to do anything It would be good for the community to build goodroads for instance but some farmer wont give up his bottom lund where the road could be smooth and straight for fear the next farmer might not have to give up quite so much Or cue fellow who doesnt happen to be hauling this year doesnt want to helphe says the teamsters ought to do it And so it goeswe all need good roads everybody admits that and around hero we have the stone right handy to put on and plenty of idle time on our hands just now to get it out but still wo never do anything Every fellow is afraid that he wont get the best of it and nothing but the best is goodenough for him No sireel Why not try a little of the cooperation that is making the rest of America the richest country on the globe Why not get together on the good roads issue for instance and really try it out and see whether it wont do as much for us here Money spent on the roads is not gone merely invested Work put into them means five times as much work saved a little later No man living where he can have any use of a good road but what will get more out of it than be puts in even if some other fellow does get a little more than his share It will pay every single man mighty wellit will pay the whole com munity mighty well Why not try it three texts The text Is the best part of the sermon If a sermon Is bet ter than the text It Is a poor sermon A good sermon Is simply an exposition of the text You will find the first text In Proverbs xxlx 25 The fear of man brlngeth a snare What over your views about the Inspiration I of the Bible may be you know that this verse is true enough anyhow How many a man and woman on i earth tonight has been snared by the fear of man and ruined for time and I eternity For example how many a young man has come up to a city a pure innocent upright temperate young fellow and Intended to lead aI sober honest Industrious life In this great city Ho knew something about tho perils of drink and was wise en ough not to touch it and he comes to the city intending to be what every man and woman ought to be a total abstainer One night this young man goes out to dinner and the gentle man at the head of the table urges him to take a glass of wine But this young man refuses ho eays I never drink The gentleman laughs at him the other people at the table chaff him some say that he is insult ing the host or hostess by not drink- Ing to their health and the fear of man brings him into the snare Ho takes his first glass of wino and that leads to another and another and another and tonight he Is a drunkar on the streets of the city because of tho fear of man reputation gone man hood gone brain power gone business capacity gone everything gone the fear of man has proved hie temporal and eternal ruin How many a young fellow comes to a great city who has never gambled In his life He plays an occasional friendly game of cards but ono night after work ho is out in the company of a few friends and they are playing cards as usual and some one of the group sug gests that they should put up a little stake only a small amount just to make tho game Interesting The young man hesitates but they say You dont need to gamble it Is only a dime or a quarter either way we are toot going to play for high stakes Ho says I never gam ble I believe it is dishonest But they laugh at and chaff him and tell him ho should go along to Sunday School and he cannot stand their chaftand he puts up his first dime ona game of cards The passion of the gambler which is a- more consuming passion than that of strong drink and more ruinous takes possession of him he robs his employer and today he is in prison because the fear of man led him to gamble and ruined him utterly My next text is John xII 42 and 43 Nevertheless among the chief rulers also many believe on Him but because of the Pharisees they did not confess Him lest they should be put out of the synagogue For they loved the praise of men more than Continued on fourth page IN WASHINGTON Congress Meets for Special Session Cannon Wins Reelection but Is Shorn of Much Power President ReIvisionWashington D C March 15 1909 Congress met today for the special session called by Pres Taft to re vise the tariff The first action was to reelect Cannon Speaker for the session and the second was to vote that the rules which have given him so much power and which have led to so much criticism are no longer satisfactoryThe over the rules followed the election of Cannon and It was evident after the first rollcall that the insurgents would win They had a majority of four and had every thing their own way till Mr Fitzgerald of New York a Democrat deserted and joined the Cannon forces in a compromise This gives most of what the insurgents werQ Demanding but saves the Speakers face Under the revised rules there will be a much better chance for the majority opus the bills If wants The Speaker still has much power but not enough to entirely prevent the consideration of bills he doesnt like There will be a mighty sight better chance cf good legislation under this method tho there will still be a good deal of opposition from Cannon and his friendsHURRY FOR REVISION Taft wants tariff revision completed immediately All over the country business is dull Merchants do not bring in goods from Europe and no tariff revenue is paid into the Treas ury The country is running dally I deeper into debt and must have money at once The only way to restore prosperity is to get the tariff revi sion done and over with at once The need Is very great Even with an early tariff change it Is feared that the country will 881tl8tpaYImentssome of the emergency bonds provid ed for during the panic winter before last In this way enough money will be secured to tide the nation over until renewed prosperity brings In creased revenues again One way of money getting which has been much discussed is a tax on coffee This would mean a tax on the common people all over America and we should have to pay much more than now for our coffee It Is likely that Congress will not dare to neglect the popular desire for a free breakfast table Another means of raising funds would be to tax Incomes and inheritances The purpose of the income tax is to make each man pay taxes In proportion to the amount of money that he makes in a year Thts has been done In England and many foreign countries for a long time In this way It a man makes a great deal of money as a banker or lawyer even it he owns very little personal property bo bas to pay accord- Ing to his Income This Is said to be more fair than to make men pay only on the value oC their visible property The Democrats passed such a bill in 18901 as part of the Wilson Tariff Act but the Supreme Court held that it was not Constitutional Now the Republicans are taking it up The judges of the Supreme Bench havo changed since 1890 and it is whispered that they would permit an Income tax to be Imposed now BUSINESS LIKE WORK Mr Taft sent Congress a very short message He simply told them to get the tariff bill passed and be Quick about it He is reported to have Continued on fifth Page THINGS TO THINK OF Dont tell a friend In trouble that every cloud has a silver lining un less you have time to stop and find It for him Atchinson Globe Experience will teach a man a lot If It doesnt worry him to death AnonThe American people dont love to be fooled They want to bo shown Profitable Advertising If all wasted talk could be utilized to run motors electric companies would go out of existence IN OUR OWN STATE Gov and Mrs Wlllson In Runaway Three Burned to Death In Home Cut Up by Circular SawPres Taylor Resigns THREE BURNED TO DEATH Mrs Millard Pitman and her two children were burned to death In a fire which destroyed their home near Huntersvllle Clinton County lost Wednesday Mrs Pitman had a faint ing fit and fell into the fire her clothes catching and setting the house ablaze WHITE OAK SCARCEThe distil lers of this state are becoming alarmed over the scarily of white oak lum ber suitable for staves The price of this kind of oak baa increased JO per cent in the last few years and there is no known substitute for it There is no doubt that the man that can hold on to his stave timber for a few years more will make a lot COUPLE BEATEN Robbers In Pinevillo last Friday beat into insen Iblllty David Smith and his wife both over eighty and then robbed them ot r 582 NORMAL TEACHERS PAID The hoard of Regents of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal rnetln Rich mond last Friday and voted to pay the teachers employed there This Is the first pay these teachers have re ceived in five months IPRES TAYLOR RESIGNS Pres of Kentucky Wesleyan Unl verslty at Winchester has resigned because of a proposed cut of 100 in hU salary It is reported that several professors will soon follow his exampleKILLED IN MILL Manly C Al bright of Brodhead a salesmanof the StrattonKlrategge Co of Louisville and well known hero was cut to pieces in the sawmill plant of the Bullock Co near Brodhead Tuesday morning His overcoat caught In the wheel and he was thrown Into the machinery He had refused an oppor unity for conversion at a revival there within a weekI I GOVERNOR IN DANGER Gov and Mrs Willson and two guests nar rowly escaped death or serious In I Jury in a runaway In Frankfort Sun lay afternoon and as it was Mm Willson had two teeth knocked outI and her wrist broken The guests were Mr and Mrs Robert Lyman of New York They were driving around I the city In a heavy surrey the gover nor driving when one of the horses I bolted and finally both ran away overturning the carriage on the occup ants The governor was badly shaken up but not hurt Mrs Wlllson Is recovering rapidly TATUM RESIGNS IMARSHAL who has been our for a number of years I signed his position at the regular meeting of the Town Council Tuesday night and his place has been filled by Ute appointment of H K Richard son Mr Tatum finds his time so ully occupied with the management or his new store alters his trade is teqomlng largo that felt it tm possible to give sufficient time to I his duties as marall tJ v r tROUND ABOUT THE STATE liijThat Is Going on In Different Sections of Kentucky v r CAPITAL NOTES Judgment Set Aside Tho appellate court sot aside the 110000 damage judgment obtained by Barnes administrator against the CHicaapooko Ohio Railroad Co and remanded tho case to Uio lower court with Instructions to give a peremptory Instruction tor tho defendant company Another Kentucky Road Tho Cumberland Northern Rail Way Co with 100000 capital stock Ned articles of Incorporation The rood will run from Artomus Knox ounty through tho counties of Clay Owsley and Loe to Boattyvllle a dls fauna ot 76 miles C 8 O Valuation Tbo state board of valuation and as ocesmont tentatively fixed the vnlu lon of tho Chesapeake Ohio Rail road Co for tho purpose of taxation It placed the total capltallzatlot at 9169630 from which tho value ot be tangible property is to bo deducted Fair Officials Tho Capital Fair association elected Dr John P Stewart president W S Farmer 1st vice president George B Harper 2d vlco president directors Praitt Graham J A Posey Zach Church Percy Hoge W G Simpson O O Shnwlc A O Jeffers Bedford Mncklln and SwIgert Taylor Judgment for 58 Cents A Judgment of 58 cents tho cost of the telegram was secured in the fed oral court hero by C B Daniel in his S000 damage suit against the West cm Union Telegraph Co for a delay Ia the delivery of a telegram announc tag tho death of his brother Due to Tuberculosis Dr Joseph Barr physician at the penitentiary said that 75 per cent of the deaths that havo occurred at the prison during the last two years had been from tuberculosis showing that the penitentiary has becomo a yenta too death trap- Hagers Bondsmen Sued Snits socking tho recovery of Muomta aggregating J3T18443 from former State Auditor linger and his bondsmen and Mrs Hester G Coulter widow of former Auditor Coulter and his bondsmen were filed in circuit i court by Asst Atty Gen Lockett To Hold SundaySchool Convention As a result of the visit of E A Fox secretary of the State Sundayschool Association of Kentucky to this city It has been decided to hold a Sunday diool convention hero at Olenwood Park some time between the first and tenth of June- Richmond KyAt a meeting of re vcata for Eastern Kentucky state nor- ma school hero teachers of this Insti tenon wore ordered paid making the first money they had received for moro than five months +banvino KyAt a meeting of the tiroctora of tho Central Kentucky Fair oseoclatlon of this city August 4 5 6 and T wero decided upon as tho dates for the Danville fair Harrlsburgo fair wilt bo held the following weekI Owensboro KyA J Doss of Central City was elected president of tho United Mlno Workers of District No 33 comprising tho mines of Western Kentucky end J T Main of Render Ohio county vice president Lexington Ky Samuel H Clay who for the past year has been em ployed as a reporter on Lexington and Louisville newspapers was selected to be secretary of the Lexington Commer did club to succcad John G Craemer Louisville KyFiro destroyed the- O Usoum the largest amusement ball la tho south at Fourth avenue and A street this city tho loss being 175000 A fireman John Kccfo was caught un der falling walls and seriously injured t Lexington KyTho Lexington Brick Co closed a deal for the pur chase of the plants of the Fayette Brlcfc and Supply Co located here and tho Monticello Brick Co of Mon Hccllo Tho combined plants will have a yearly output of about 10000000 brick i Lexington KyThe annual conven Lion of the Kentucky Dairy Cattle club tho Kentucky Jersey Cattle club par ticipating was hold In Agricultural hall at SUito university It was decided to tax each member 1 to cover tho expense of holding a milk and but ter contort next year Louisville KyE I Alderman grand imperial potentate of the Im perial Council Nobles of the Mystic Shrine and E A Osborne Chief Rah 5ban both of Cedar Rapids la wero and arranged for the meeting of the council In Louisville in June Louisville K7The board of directors of tho Kentucky Good Roads as sociation mot hero and adopted by laws Tho purpose of the organization Is tho creation of public sentiment for Iho building and maintenance of good highways throughout tho state hi Glasgow ICyThe J P Meredith Cedar Co recently located nt Bowling Green will begin at an early date out ting and marketing all mercantile cedar along Barren river Louisville ICyTho Gaiety theater ordinance passed tho board of alder men by a vote of 8 to 3 This gives Rudolph Hynlcka ot Cincinnati the right to proceed with the construction of the burlesque theater In tho Taylor block bore- Louisville KyJudgo Walter Evans In tho fedoral court ordered n mandamus Issued against tho fiscal court of Taylor county Kentucky to compel tho levying of a tax to pay oft certain bonds of tho old Cumberland Ohio Railroad Co Hopkinsville Ky Following the n0 tlon of tho fiscal court in refusing to mako a tax levy to raise the 10000 asked by tho school board under the provisions of tho now school law n suit will be brought at onco to force I the laying of the levy Danville IyDr J McCloeky flay hey of this city died nt the Deaconess hospital Boston Mass where ho underwent a surgical operation lie was 65 years old and was ono of tho most distinguished and widely known mlnI isters and educational workers Louisville KyTho Marlon Con tract and Construction Co by O G Holt trustee filed suit against tho Louisville Railway Co asking to have the plaintiffs declared beneficiaries ot 1954 sharps of preferred stock of the Louisville Eastern railway Lexington KyThe commission appointed under the state pure food law to prepare rules and regulations for the guidanco of druggists completed Us work One regulation requires preparations containing alcohol to bear upon the label the exact quantity of such ingredient Jackson Ky Oscar A Sears a prominent real estato broker was brought hero on a warrant charging him with the seduction of Maude Back Sears denies all connection with the Birls downfall and denounces the whole proceeding as an attempt to ex tort money from him Hopkinsville KyTen indictments wore returned by tho grand Jury charging tho parties named therein with violation of what Is known as the Crocellus law which provides a heavy penalty for farmers organizations or for buyers to knowingly buy pooled tobacco Paris Ky Under too auspices of the state executive committee tho Kentucky Young Mens Christian asso elation convened in this city at the Christian church Major S M Green of Louisville presided Three hun dred delegates attended Broadhurst Ky Great excitement was occasioned In tho Methodist church hero when Mrs Elizabeth Sow ders an Invalid who had not walked a step for 30 years Jumped from her carriage during the sermon and shouted with Joy at her instant recovery Winchester KyTho Woodmen of tho World adjourned their convention hero after electing Ranoy T Wells of Murray Ky head consul to succeed J H Brewer of Louisville The Wocd men Circle tho female branch of tho order elected Mrs S Rocdy of Padu cab worthy guardian Winchester KyA check for 14 000 was received by M T McEldowney from tho post office department Wash ington D C in payment for the site of tho now government building to be erected here This means that the title has been accepted and tho bond will bo recorded at once Louisville KyMrs Jane Parks Caldwell whoso alleged trial marriage to C A Caldwell a merchant ot Eminence Ky caused much newspa per notoriety is arranging for tho til ing of an answer to her husbands complaint in his divorce suit which will develop somo racy testimony Lexington KyTho resignation of Prof H K Taylor ns president of the Kentucky Wesleyan college Winches ter has been accepted by the educa tional board of that institution A committee has been appointed to se lest his successor and report at tho an nual meeting in June Louisville KyCol J II Haager chief of police who Is a member of the executive board of tho American Bowl Ing Congress will tender his resignation from the bowling committee as ho finds his time too much taken up with outside matters Louisville Ky Following an attach ment suit to obtain custody of certain warehouse receipts for 275 barrels of whisky alleged to have boon loaned by him to Edward M Flexnor John B Thompson filed flvo suits against Flex nor for sums aggregating 259975 VACCINATION AGAINST- TUBERCULOSIS IN CATTLE Good Results from Use of Bovovscclno the Discovery of Von Behrlngt German Bacteriologist By H L Russell and C Hoffman Wisconsin Agricultural College IOutfit for the Appll cation of Bovovacclne In combating tnberculctls of do mesticated animals two methods are open for consideration 1 Destruction of the casual organ ism the tubercle bacillus by eliminat ing the already diseased animals and disinfecting the infected promises 2 Possible methods of producing immunity in susceptible animals by rendering them resistant to the tuber organismThe is easily attainable by tho detection of the presence of the disease by means of tho tuberculin test and tho subsequent separation of affected animals In this way the con tlnued spread of this scourge can be entirely prevented As no known method of euro cslsto for the disease In cattle animals once infected must be Isolated from healthy clock to pre vent further spread of contagion To remove all further danger from the disease thorough disinfection of the quarters occupied by the tuberculous animals is imperative With certain other diseases methods of vaccination hare already been perfected tho efficiency of which is so great as to practically control such maladies Diphtheria antitoxin vac cination against smallpox tho Pasteur treatment for rabies and anthrax are potent illustrations of the efficiency of immunizing the bodies of SUSCOltI ble hosts against the ravages of these human and animal plagues Numerous attempts have been made by scientific Investigation to devise systems of vaccination against tuber culosis that will render sasceptlblo animals resistant to invasion Within recent years several investigators have announced various methods for this purposeIn Von Bohring tho prominent Gorman bacteriologist announced the discovery of a substance called bovo vaccine with which he claimed calves could bo immunized against natural Infection from tuberculosis Coming from tho discoverer of diphtheria anti toxin which remedy so revolutionized the methods of handling this disease of childhood botovacclno was hailed with high hopes Von Bchrlngs ex periments then reported seemed to indicate that a successful method of rendering cattle resistant bad at last been found In a series of lectures given in Camel In 1903 ho made the following sweeping statement Tire entire suppression of bovine tubercu losis Is now only a question of con scientious and properly conducted pro tective Inoculations and of course also a matter of time For the Starting Celery growing on a commercial scale has received most attention in the muckbed areas of Michigan and New York where thousands of acres ore devoted to this crop California and Florida havo taken up tho indus try and during the winter and spring months provide northern cities with largo amounts of celery There is however no reason why local growers should not hold their own markets from Juno to January against too Importations from tho south I To uocuro an early crop the best A year later he published a brief preliminary report of the results ho had obtained to that date These wore extremely favorable and wuro on tho whole apparently substanti ated by reports from other investiga tors By means of his method of tao cination ho was able to raise porfn tly healthy animals even when the latter were continually oxposod to a tutor culous environment The truo em- ciency of the vaccine could not bo de termined at the time for the animals had not attained maturity so that the duration of tho Immunity caused by tho vaccine could not bo ascertained Nevertheless the results secured wore exceedingly promising Tho principle involved in tho production of bovovaccine is radically different from that used in the preparation of tuberculin Tuberculin is a germfree extract of cultures of tu bercle bacilli while bovovaccine con Gists of a weakened culturo of living tubercle bacilli of human origin The human typo is used because of lea greater adaptability for vaccine pur postS than the bovine typo The commercial product Is specially prepared as follows After a sufficiently weakened culture has been obtained it is grown upon a suitable medium then carefully dried so as not to do stroy its activity and finally pulver ized It is then accurately weighed out Into containers and sealed Most reliable results are claimed for animals vaccinated as calves between thrco weeks and three months of age Young stock up to two years of ago may bo treated provided they nro free from tuberculosis Mature animals two years or older however cannot be successfully treated Tbo vaccinating process consists of two In jectlons made three months apart Tho first and weaker vaccine contains one socalled Immunizing unit equivalent to 004 grams of dry tubercle bacilli tho second vaccine consists of five such units For Inoculation purposes tho powder is thoroughly mixed in a sterile mortar wits a sterile one per cent common salt solution of which two cubic centimeters BIO used for each immunizing unit After a thorough emulsion Is made the malarial is then ready for inject ing into tho animal For this purpose tho neck over the left Jugular vein Is Bbavod washed with a disinfectant and the injection made directly Into the vein To do this tho needle of the syringe Is held almost parallel to the jugular vein thon with a quick down ward movement forced through the wall of tho latter of Early Celery plan for tho amateur grower is to fill with fine soil three Inches deep This soil should bo pressed down and the seeds scattered either In rows or broadcast Cover tho seeds by sprinkling through a Ann sieve a small quantity of loaf mold or sand The window of a moderately warm room with frequent sprinkling will provide the conditions necessary for germlna ton When the ecedlngs appear after two or threo weoks turn tho boxes dally to keep the growth even The Illustration shows the form of box used for starting the plants WHEN SNOW WAS 40 FEET DEEP Took 600 Soldiers to Clear the Way In the English Blizzard of 1836 Tho mogul engines which were stalled In the recent blizzard out west do not appear to be worthy successors of a certain Hercules engine which cut a noble figure in tho English blizzard of 1836 To appreciate tho role played by the Hercules some idea must bo given of tho effect of the storm on other methods of travel Fourteen mall coaches wore abandoned on as many roads Another was dug out ot drifts five times between Exeter and London Another was burled BO deep that It took 300 men principally sappers and miners several hours to mako a pas sago to the coach and rescue the malts and passengers while near Chatham tho snow lay to a depth of 30 or 40 feet tho military being turned out to the unmbor of 600 to clear the way In London the drifts wero ten feet deep and hundreds of men and carte wore employed hauling snow out to the fields In tho suburbs The markets wero in a bad way One day only four stall holders were nblo to reach a main market Greens which a few days be torn the storm wore being sold for three pence a bunch at market now fetched from ten pence to one shilling turnips carrots and celery becoming equally dear whllo ono penny handfuls of rarslcy realized two shillings six Police and the happy possessor of a bunch which ho had previously pur chased for nlnopenc realized for his prize no less n sum than tl 2s 3d Amid all this confusion the pioneer railways covered themselves with glory by running trains almost without Inter ruption Thero was a deep cutting on ono line where the snow had drifted baldly and according to the Queen great numbers of people turned out to see how tho Hercules engine would get along They imagined of course that she would be stopped but to their as tonishment tho engine dashed right Into tho drift clearing her way through apparently without the slight est difficulty the snow at the same time flying over the top of tho engine chimney like foam from tho broken waves of a violent sea nnd notwith standing obstructions the train came down from Grccnhoad 20 mllec in one hour and n quarter When a Tooth Is Not a Tooth In Seattle lust year a man was charged with nnd tried for practicing dentistry without a license Each par ticular piece of ovIdoQc neoensury to make out tho case on the part of the state was proved except that the proHocutor having procured tho prosecuting witness to exhibit his botched tooth to the Jury either forgot or didnt think It was necessary to ask tho witness if it was a natural or an artificial tooth and so lost his case It seems tho statute made It a misde meaner to mend a human tooth for a fee without a license Now tho son sable presumption the presumption that men cr judges would naturally in dulge In If they bad not becomo Imbued with tho passion of peering for loorjholos would be that the tooth was natural and not artificial But It wo presumed that the law would sense to be an exact science nnd many gaping spectators on tho back benches would te deprived of tho Joy of watching to see which lawyer came out winner in tho match of wile Colliers Weekly Secret of Cuccessful Oratory Tho most effective orator I have over hoard says a writer In the Windsor was an Italian oxfriar on old Garlbaldlan Sig Gnvxtil by name who lectured In England when I was In my teens lie was addressing some 5000 non nnd women of tho hard headed north country typo He was speaking In English which was to him an acquired and foreign language Ho played on his hearers as If they wero an old fiddle In tho grasp of Pagnnlnl Ho made them literally laugh nnd cry at will Ho would ono moment bush thorn in spellbound silence and tho next by a word or gesture he would explode tho charged mine of their enthusiasm Into deafening cheers As I listened to him 1 first understood why Demosthenes Insisted so strenuously on actionaction or delivery as the first second nnd third secret of snc cessful oratory Had to Have Her Cigarettes Because tho management of tho hotel after a frantic but fruitless searching of the city was unable to provide any of tho peculiar brand of London cigarettes which she Is ac customed to smoke and which she says aro absolutely essential to her hap piness Mrs George Wyndham a wealthy and pretty youn English woman from exclusive Hyde Park London gavo up her handsome apart ments In the Hotel Plaza In New York With her pretty and demure English maid she went to vMt friends In Tuxedo park where she sold she would havo no trouble In getting all of tho cigarettes of the brand she so much desired but of which she has been deprived At a Marathon Galt Why did you give up your missionary labors so soon- I found tho chiefs wifes cook book and the first recipe started To one fat missionary nnd then I started for home A Homeopathlo Cure It is a queer way they propose to stop objectionable plays which are running What t They are going togot them on the run TEMP RANCE- L SON frISundy School laws 28 1909- SPeetallr A +or Par LESSON TBXTPiw JFOSl Mom orF VPISII J 81 GOLDEN TEXTAt the lost It blteth like a sorpont and cUngtjth tike as odd rrIo 253t- SCRIPTUAI ItGrritgNcr9 Drunk ennessDeut1mu 82355 Provo S01 1117 3130 21 814 5 lie B1I S IIoi 411 Hob 213 Mutt 4 S Isa 111 3 lies 411 Hab 21 Matt 5443 DO Ui1c 21J4 nom 1313 1 Cor 5H Oftl 121 Bph 51S 1 Then BM and to daYs lion Warning Bxumplcw On 030 211 1 Sam aJSS Ten 81 7 Dun 1141 Bather 119 11 Mutt 144Stl Tomjwninoa 1 Cor Lafl 1 Tim 22 I 8 Tit J11J4 1 Pel 17 55 2 Pet 11 Principles of Total Abstinence Cor U Item 1C 1 Cor S 9 Comment and Suggestive Thought The money and talent In any civil- Ized city is sufficient if properly used and distributed to make that city an Eden an Hcfperldrn pardon or tho realization of any dream ancient or modern of tho Golden Ago AH would bo educated all would partake of tho best things there would be no slums no abject poverty Everyone could have all the Joy the wealth the com forts tho rights the school privileges which ho could use Tho ono thing needed It the Improved man tit make the social transformation of the world tho eliminating every evil from the character of men till they are restored to the moral Imago of God when each ono did nil ho wished and wishes but what he ought fire great obstacle In the way la sin bad character In some of lie many formsThe ono of these forms tho great obstacle which most concerns ni In this lesson Is intemperance tho want of eolfcontrol over tho appetite and passions The wise man of tho Proverbs ex presses the evils of Intemperance by e series of question 20 Who hath woo Who hath sor row1 The words corresponding Ie tho two substauMvre are fttrlctty speaking Interjections tut In tho mar Kin Who bAth oh Who hath alas The woes are too great and toe many to name separately They arc woos of body and woes of mind woes In ones foil woos in his family pains dill oases poverty Note that other people barn woes and sorrows besides the Intemperate man Apostles and martyrs have boon Imprisoned and tortured have suffered hunger and thirst ondorcH poverty and slckneM and pain Wo have studied sonic Instances during the past quarter Read the eleventh okapter of Hebrews Read the storm of the Huguenots In France and of the martyrs and missionaries of every ate But the difference in tho two kinds of suffering Is heaven w1do The woes and sorrows of Peter nUll John Paul and Silas In dunnoon nnd chains rejoicing that they Wt ro counted worthy to suffer for Chris4 sake with clear consciences for the sako of the kingdom of God and salvation of men listening to Gods Well done good and faithful and seeing the crown of righteousness are almost infinitely removed from the woo and sorrows of those that tnry tons at tho wine whoso sufferings are the fruit of their own sins Tho other sorrows that sew from the wino cup mentioned In ton wise mans questions belong only to wicked nessa quarrelsome disposition pasI11ft first maddening and then unchaining the tiger grumbling foolish talking where the drunkards tenguo Is sot on lire of hell wounds without cause redness of eyes either Cor both the dimming of the sight physical mental and spiritual or the copper noso which makes the drinkers noso blush for the sins of his month Tho means by which these great evils can bo removed aro precisely the seine ns those which prodncod the marvelous transformations of char actor In tho early Christian disciples which we havo been studying 1 Christ our Living Loader the power of God for salvation 2 Tho Holy Spirit convincing men of sin of righteousness nnd ot judg ment to come awakening mensthearts inspiring them to bettor things 3 The religious life which these pro duce 4 flio results as manifested In the healing of tho body and tho beUet ment of tho outward life and hapl1lIness which wero symbols and means to a better spiritual life Ir CTUO banding together In aa orgAny ization which created a bolpfal moral 1 I atmosphere Ii The courage wisdom generosity lovo peace joy religions spirit right eousness of Ufo produced In the die ciples 7 Their efforts to bring others Into these blessings and to spread the good news The example of tho Chris lIIinsfcan only become posslblo when thereIla 1 widely diffused Intelligence and 3 a widely diffused virtue A now race of men will mao anew world JLoodonOntario says I Kara accn identified with work among boys run many years in night schools BanRs of Hope and Sunday school and I never knew a rood boy who smoked cigarettes and with rare exceptions a bad boy who did not I I ASHINQTONF- ori two cove W etUlI0l18 a bill hew boon before con tis z gross to givo t- oCLlt t Hrlgcn Frank y D nn1tlwln lint army retired the rnnk of major stances of 1acnerAl Somo day perhaps tho bill will bo tho situcomo a law tor it la worthy of passage as aUon do Baldwin la worthy of honor The home of this dared that retired officer as present Is In Colorado though Baldwinho cornea to Washington occasionally to llvo ru 72r4 their homes fled In watt fro It is rarely that ono can get Gen Baldwin to tug for reinforcements bollevcdit every word that they say in pralso is borne once and strike hard out by tho records which are hidden away In The Indian a mixed the war department command of tho finest t M 5 Frank D Baldwin has boon In so many fights for his country that the counting of them as sumes too proportion of a mathematical problem S For yoare upon years after the civil war In which J r ho distinguished himself tlnio and again ho fought nearly every form of Indian that tho plains ofI the Unllod Slates has produced There was one light la which Baldwin was engaged which ilo t servea a place In song and story if some song or story writer could bo found cnual to tbo oo I catJou la tto days of tho campaign of which this fight was a feature there was only ono bar on Baldwins oboulder for ho was a Junior first followedaon Baldwin beard that his regiment was undor Col Nelson A Mlles to make IiWbflo into tho Indian territory The lieu to tho front OB fast as a train and a carry him When lie reported for who know Baldwin record In tho r cdvll war put him In command of the scouts of tho expedition a command that t was composed partly of whites and partly j of Indiana With Ids smuts back of him Lieut Baldwin had n dozen engagements ono after another with tho confederated bands of Chcyonnea Klo was Aropohoeu and tho southern Comanches a Tho one fight however which for picturesque t nosa stands out most prominently In the battlo lint Old not tako place until after Baldwin had P been In tho field for many months It was tho I tight ef his llfo not in the engagements size nor yet perhaps In Its Importance but In what an officer wbo saw It declares to hnvo been Ita howlIngly funny tea turesU 1 U woo picturesque and it was funny all right but It was dangerous as well and Baldwin lost some of its men and took his own life in his hands 20 times before ho won his splendid victory against tremendous odds The daring ot the i tiling was recognized by Col Miles by the gen I oral commanding tho department and by tho f congress of tho United States which gave Bald wlb bis second medal of honor for his work on that day By ono of tho military freaks of for tune Baldwin ahough only a lieutenant found himself in November 1874 In com of D company ot the Fifth infantry 1mand of tho Sixth cavalry and of 12 of the scouts of the organization with whloh ho tool originally taken tho field Ho had about 100 men all told when ho reached tho banks of McCloUans Creek Tex TUcro he found In front of him fully 500 Indian warriors splendidly armed and apparently lusting for a fight Every rmr officer who afterwards learned the circum I r wu a Qgbtingsavages e plains were led by Chief Gray Beard a noted warri- orHalllwlnors learned that tho Indians had with them two white girl captives and kin desire to rescue thorn reinforced Ills desire for a fight on general principles The lieutenant looked his men over and saw that they had astomach for the com ing scrimmage With tho command of four Blxmulo teams Bald win feared that a de tachment of the reds might flank him when be was making his charge and kill his mules and destroy his u11e1d necessities lie knew ho could not leavo a detachment to guard tho wagons because It would weaken his force tot polut which would make victory over the reds practically Impossible Baldwin went to the teamsters and said I cant leavo a force with you as a guard and youve got to charge with us I want you to put your teams In the center ot tho charging line uud make those mules fly straight Into the mid die of things It probably was the first time In history that mule drivers mules and wagons bad been ordered to participate as an offensive part of a cavalry charge Tho Infantry on this occasion was mounted Tho mule drivers lost all sense of tho danger In the fun of the thing They told the lieutenant that with good cussing and with good lashing they could lead tho cavalry a mile Tho COO Indians were on a plateau with sides shelving gradually down to the plains Baldwins plan was nothing less than tho seemingly reckless ono of crossing the open with his men and wagons sweeping up the Incline and driving the enemy If ho could or fighting him hand to bAnd U ho must The horsemen rodo up In line with the four mulo teams abreast at tho lines center There was a word of command a trumpet note or two and tho lino swept across tho plain with tho mules on a keen Jump with black snake whips cracking and the drivers saying things which a mulo understands The reds turned loose at tho advancing hun drod Men and horses on tho right and loft went down hero and thore but tho mules in the center with their huge wagons racking and clattering behind them swept on with never a scratch The rods on tho plateau kept up their fusillade Up up up tho incline the mules leading by yards all tho way swept the blue detachment The regulars were daring and fighting as American regulars always dare and fight Ono of the teamsters afterwards swore that he could see Chief Gray Beards eyes popping with tuna at the sight of tho charging mules The lovol of tho plateau waa reached and horses men mules and wagons went hurtling forward Tbo teamsters wero standing cracking their whips and howling Infantrymen and cavalrymen caught tho spirit of the thing and howled in nab son Those four mulo teams went straight through the heart of the big band of Gray Beards Klo was and Arapbaocs Meantime every carbluu and every Long Tom was cracking and with ono last volley the warriors of tho allied tribes lied leav ing their dead and wounded and tholr white cap twos ou the field Bout Baldwin found that tho two white girl prisoners wero uninjured and not long after tho fight they were restored to their parents For this charge and for this victory LJcuU Baldwin was breveted n captain and was given a medal a I 1 of honor but ho al Nways bos maintained that the medal should havo gone to k the mules On the retired list of the army with Goo Baldwin Is r BrlgQen John B Babcoclc a close friend of the man wbo led the mulo team charge and a frequent vIal tor to Washington It Is doubtful if Gen Babcocks nearest neighbors In hIs lit tie country homo In Saratoga county N Y suspect anything of tho fire eating possibilities that lie hidden In the per son of this grayhaired peaceful l looking and reticent man Gen Babcock left the service not long ago and at once departed forth e little place in the foothills of the Adirondack mountains where ho might gratify his lovo of coun try life If tho general refuses to s talk of his army achievements to his neighbors and If they are curl ously Inclined they might send for a government record which though only five lines long con loins In It tbo nub of the story of ono of the most gallant feats over performed by an officer of the United States army Tho glory reaped from the achievement consists ot a HtUo bronze medal voted to the soldier by congress tbe consciousness of duty well done and live lines In the war department record which few people over see John B Babcock went Into the army at the outbreak of the civil war as an en listed man lie attracted attention by his gallantry as a volunteer and the year 1SC8 found him a first lieutenant of tbe Fifth Regular cavalry In the spring of the fourth year of peace after the civil war that Is to say peace between white men tho Kiowas the Arapaho and the Choycnnes made western Nebraska western Kansas and eastern Colorado a section of what John Hay might have called giltedged hell Lieu Babcock in the abaenco of hIs captain was ordered to the command of a troop of cavalry and to take tho field With his trooper followers Babcock was far ra advance of tho main command on the frontier ol Nebraska They reached the bank of Spring crook ou the morning of May 16 1S69 While there a band of 250 of the best warriors of tho plains appeared In front of the cavalry troops as though the savages bad como from tho ground Lieu Babcock caught sight of tho reds In time to give him a mo ment or two for preparation Ho would not run and bo could not attack for bo was completely surrounded and the savages outnumbered his force moro than six to one Babcock gave a quick order and with his men dashed for A bit of high ground a plateaulike formation with Its fiat surface occupying a little more than an acre The Instant he reached the place selected ho ordered his troopers to dismount and to intrench themselves as well as they could Tho men lost no time in throwing up earth enough to give them some slight protection from the bul lets which woro pouring In Babcock would not get off his horse although his men begged him to do so and they were kept from dragging their commanding officer to the ground and to placo of partial safety only by In stilled discipline and by Babcocks peremptory com mads to leave him alone The Indians advanced within range and protect ed themselves In the hollows of the prairie They sent volley after volley up the Incline to the hilltop and man after man behind the poor earthwork protection was stricken Babcock continued his ride up and down the line Ills blouse was cut twice by bullets but his men did not know IU Boys they cant bit a thing said Babcock Theyve been shooting at mo and no bullet has come nearer than tho north pole Give It to em Hold cm off and relief will be here In no time The shots from tho Spencers and Henrys of the savages or from most of them ceased hitting the extemporized earthworks Tho men lying prone know that nearly all tho projectiles were passing over their heads and they knew also that every painted warrior antagonist was turning loose at tho figure of tho commanding officer riding back and forth on his horse as Indifferently as if there wero not an Indian on the frontier No ono in that troop ever know why Babcock was not killed The Indians said afterwards that he bad some big medicine with him that turned away the bullets Finally a shot cut Babcocks boot and wounded his horse He turned the animal about quickly so that Its other flank was toward the men to whom ho serenely said Those fellows cant lilt a barn door The commanding officer continued to ride up and down the lino and tho bullets continued to cut tho air all about him Suddenly every savage head showed at onco The troopers slammed In a volley that claimed some victims The showing heads were followed by showing bodies and in another instant the warriors wero erect and running to the far rear for their ponies They made off leaving their dead and wounded behind thorn Far over the plains Lieut Babcock from his horse saw the main column ad vancing Relief was In sight Tho enlisted men told the story of Babcocks bravery and congress gavo him a medal ot honor Later the officer wbo Is now living in retirement distinguished himself twice in action against the Apaches at Tonto Creek and at the Four Peaks In Arizona There ho won tbe brevet rank of lieu tenantcolonel add tothe honor conferred by his congressional medal of bronze 1855 Berea Collegeisoa 3 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEON PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS 9 Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main abject So many classes that each student can be placedwith other tike himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those toast advanced Somo tectsres library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished filth grade irosAkxw sad compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Barn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studios to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young ruaa may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Sa enca ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for buslaeaa Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATOFY 2 3 and 4 year courses with LaUD Oea man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wWi 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 zwcn snry for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plans Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking institution All tho money received from students la paid out for their benefit and the School expend 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 people who are supporting Berea In order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best famlllen and aro earnest to do well and Improvo For any who maybe sick tie College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Boron live In Collogo building and assist In work of boarding ball farm and shops receiving valuable tram tag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win tor It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cenb ft week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warn wrap and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furttlbnes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week ra the tall and 160 In winter For room furnished fuel lights trash lag of bedding 40 cenU a week In tall and spring r 0 cents in wInterISCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar DepoMt as guarantee 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 care of school build fags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools 600 In couroca with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room real bj the term board by tho half term Installment are an follows WINTER12 weeks 29ooln one paymeat 250 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle et term 900- SPRING30 weeks 122501n ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 675- SPRING4 weeks term for thoso who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for tax Q amI nations 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end ot a term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance Is made for any traction ot a week I- On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any femur plrcd fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental Foe when use leav ra before the middle of tho term s certificate la given allowing a student to apply cno half the foe for term blB when ho returns provided It Is within four terms IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have mado your Journey and are well started In school It pays to stay as long as possible The tint day of Winter term Is January C 1909 The first day of Spring term Is March 26th 1D09 For information or friendly advice wrtto to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people Wee a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with tare bla Icy of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knifo and The Citizen ri2S That brings in subscriptions all the time II you have not got it you ought to havo r J DR TORREYS BEST SERMON Continued from first page the praise of Old Now that was written about Jerusalem In Christs time but It Bounds just as If It were written about Berea today How many men there are In Berea leading men Just like these chief rulers of Jerusalem who believe In Jesus Christ In their hearts but they do not confess Him with their mouths for fear what men will say of them for they love the praise of men more than the prolso of God It Is moral cowardice There are hundreds and thousands and tens of thousands of men and women just as fully convinced as I am that Jesus Christ Is the Son of God and yet holding back from open public confession of Christ because of morn cowardice Now turn to the third text in 2 Corinthians xll 10 It Is a very dif ferent picture In the two texts thus tar we have a picture of the moral coward now we get the glorious pic ture of the moral hero Therefore I take pleasure In infirmities in reproaches In necessities in presecu tlons In distress for Christs sake Ah there Is a picture worth looking at A man who was reproached for the name of God persecuted for his loyalty to the truth but although they heaped all manner of Infamy on him he looked up with a smiling face and said I take pleasure In Infamy Paul went down to Lystra and be cause of his loyalty to the truth and his outspoken defence of the truth thjey stoned him after they had al most worshipped him and they dragged him outside the city Ills dls clbles stood around him thinking hews dead But after a wlilfc he rose ul again and went back to Lystra Then be went to Derbe Some of the cautious Christian brethern at Derbe remembering what had occurred at Lystra doubtless said Now Paul It is all right to be loyal and to believe on Jesus Christ but you must be a little more politic It is no use running so directly against peoples lIre judices Now Paul dont you be quite so outspoken here dr they will treat you in Derbe just the sane oa they treated you In Lystra Now Paul be a little more politic and compromise a little bit And that magnificent man looked up and said I take pleasure In infirmities and distresses for Christs sake Men and women what you need in Berea more than anything else is a few men like Paul anda few women with the same spirit men and women who will stan for Christ and stand for Gods king dom without compromise no matter whom it hurts or what people say Now my subject tonight derived from these three texts Is Heroes and Cowards I wish to say right here at the beginning that it takes courage to be a Christian to be a real true outspoken follower of Jesus Christ You and 1 live in a Godhating world we live In a compromising agean age in which men professing to be Christians are trying to please the world and carryon the Church of Christ so that there will be no difference between the church and the world Now In a Godhating world like this and in a compromising age like this It takes courage to be an outandout soldier of Jesus Christ It takes more courage than a great many of you have got Many a man today who ha great courage who has courage en ough to be a soldier who has courage enough to go to war courage enough to go to the front courage enough to stand on the firing line and stand In the face of a gall lng fire of the enemys guns has not courage enough to go back to the barracks at night and kneel down and say his prayers and endure the chaff of his fellowsoldiers It takes courage the sublimest cour age to be an outandout Christian But I will give you tonight five reasons why every man and woman I slould publicly confess Christ before the world 1 In the first place because He IB such a glorious Lord and Master There Is nothing to be ashamed In Jesus Christ A young fellow ofI up In a meeting he had been cently converted and he tried toy give a little testimony for Jesus Christ But he was Inexperienced In public testimony and could not talk very well and after he had sat down t an old gentleman got up and said aSham1cdand you ought not try you ought to be ashamed of yourself Then the young man rose again and said Nell I am ashamed of myself but d IWoBuy s and Feather Tallow Bcetwu ClnunsICoUen Se UYeDowRooO Wed Ginger eta We we dealcIetulGJxd in l856Orer ball a emery is I LaumBo end undo better for you bAn ttati or COBUDIWOO merchants Rclmnutay Hal la LcuuviSe Write jeice liotaad Jtiptiaa Uo M Sabcl Sons 229 L Market St LOUISVILLE KY e I am not ashamed of my Lord Ah the trouble with some of you gentle men is that you are not ashamed 6t yourselves though you ought to be but you are ashamed of the Lord Jesus I never met an Englishman who was ashamed of Queen Victoria I would have been ashamed ot him If I had met one she was such a glorious Queen I have never met an English man who was ashamed of King Ed ward But glorious a Queen as Quean Victoria was and though 1 am an American citizen I believe she was the most glorious Queen that ever re igned on earth and glorious a King as we expect King Edward to become the glory of Queen Victoria and the glory of King Edward pales Into utter Insignificance before the glory of Jesus Christ Oh men and women there Is nothing to be ashamed of in Jesus Christ It Is the noblest thing a man can say I am a follower of the perfect Man I am a follower ot the Son of God I am a follower of the Ono Infinitely glorious Jesus Christ of Nazareth 2 In the second place every man and woman should confess the Lord Jesus publicly before the world for the sake of their Influence Every man has an Influence There Is no man in Berea that has not an Influ ence Everyone here has an Influ ence either for Jesus Christ or against Jesus Christ There Is no man or woman or child here tonight who if they confessed Jesus before the world as their Lord and lived in accordance with that confession would not have an Influence to bring somebody else to Christ On the other hand there is no man woman or child here tonight who If he does not confess jDhrlst no matter how well ho lives has not an influence against Christ and the better lie lives the more his Influence against Christ for people look at him and say Look at that man as far as I can see he lives just as well as these professed Chris tians and he Is not a Christian does not profess faith in Christ I dont see the need of becoming a Christian Oh every one of you men that are not openly decidedly constantly confessing Christ before the world you have au Influence against Jesus ChristAt one time when Horace Bush nell was tutor in Yale College they had a great revival throughout the college Horace Uushnell was the most popular tutor in Yale but he was not a Christian And the fact that he was not a Christian was a stumblingblock In the way of many of the students Horace Bushnell knew it and was greatly disturbed by It lie went home one night In great un easiness Something said to him You stand right in the way of this work If you were a Christian there ore dozens of the young men at Yale Col lege that would come to ChristIBut said he to himself I come to Christ I dont believe InI the Bible and I dont believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God I cannot play the hypocrite just so as not to stand in the way of others He was very uneasy and walked up and down his room thinking about It Finally a voice said to him in his heart Horace Bushnell what do you believe anyhow Well one thing I believe is that there is an absolute difference between right and wrong Well have you taken your stand on that which you do believe You talk about what you do not be live Have you ever taken a stand lleve Have you ever taken your stan on right to follow It wherever It carries you even If it carries you over the Nlagra Falls lie said No GOd1showand If you will show me that I will promise to accept Him as my Saviour and confess Him before the worldI and In a short time the light burst in upon Horace Bushnells darkened soul and he came out on the side of Christ and almost every young man In Yale College was convertedIOh friends If agnostics it you say you are sceptics have you ever made an honest attempt to get out of your agnosticism If you have not your agnosti cism is no excuse none whatever Ah If some of you men and women ofI Berea occupying prominent places and positions If you took your stand where you ought to take It tonight on tho side of truth scores of would come to Christ othersI When Mr Charles G preaching at Rochester New York In the thirties a great many lawyers came to hear him and one night away up in the gallery sat the Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals of tho State ot New York As he sat there listening to Mr Flnneys tre mendous logic the ChiefJustice of the Court ot Appeals of New York State became satisfied ot the truth if what Mr Finney preached Then tho question came to him Will you omo forward like the other ordinary men and women to the anxious seat Something In him said It will never lo In the world You occupy the most exalted legal position In New York State you are the ChiefJustice if the Court of Appeals it would never do In the world for you to walk down In front and seek salvation kneeling down at the anxious seat He sat there thinking for whilethen he said to himself Why pot I am convinced of the truth ot that mans position I know my duty wh should I not do like any other man t lie got up from his place In tho gal lery and went down the stairway and came up the stairs back of where Mr Finney was preaching and llr Finney in the midst of his sermon felt come one pulling on the skirts ot his coat He turned round and there stood the ChiefJustice of the Court of Appeals of New York State He asked What is It t The Chief Justice replied Mr Finney If you will call for people to come to the anxious seat I will come Mr Fin ney stopped his sermon and saldTh ChiefJustice ot the Court ot Appeals of New York State says If I will call for anxious ones to come to the anxious seat ho will come I call I for anxious ones now and the Chief Justice ot the Court ot Appeals went down and took his seat on the anxi ous seat and almost every lawyer and barrister in Rochester was con vetted and It Is said 100000 people were converted In twelve months In that district Ladles and gentlemen there are some of you here tonight who if you had the courage of your convictions and came to Christ not secret ly as some of you want to but walk ed right out and took your seat down hero In front when I called you to do it it would shake Berea Are you men enough to do It7 Are you women enough to do ItT Your Influence may not be as great as that but all of you have an Influence Will you exert It for Jesus Christ when the time comes tonight 3 In the third place every one should publicly confess Christ before the world because it Is the only ray to obtain the fulness of blessing that there Is In Jesus Christ In Matthew x 32 33 are the words of the Master Himself Whosoever shall confess conI Heaven but whosoever shall deny Me before men him will I also deny before My Father which is In Heaven Oh friends think of Itto have Jesus Christ confessing you before God the Father in Heaven A little fellow a wee little fellow got up at a meeting ono night with tho tearsI running down his cheekshe was a little whitehaired Swedish boy atod said Friends If 1 confess Jesus on earth down here then will lie also confess me up there before theI i Father and sat down That was the best speech that was made that night Oh to think ot Itto have the Lord i Jesus confess your name before the Father In Heaven In our great Civil War when one of our generals won a great victory It was the custoi lot the Member of Congress for his district to propose a vote of thanks to him on the floor of the American Congress It was the highest ambi tion of generals to be thus mentioned upon the floor of Congress I remem ber that grand old hero General How lard once saying to me Torrey there was one proud day of my life and that was when a vote of thanks was moved to me on the floor of Congress by the whole Congress for my stand at Gettysburg But what lit It to be mentioned on the floor bf any Parli beingIin the court of Heaven by the Lord Jesus Himself And the men and women who confess Christ down here In Bores Chapel Jesus Christ will confess you before God In Heaven Moreover when Christ does confess you before the Father then you will get tho fulness of the blessing When He confesses you then God sends His Holy Spirit Into your heart I remem AtlantaImeeting a young man ot about thirty or thirty five years of age was brought to me Some ono said to me This Is ono of the leading advocates of Atlanta lie took all tho oratorical honours In his university I wish you would lead him to ChristI stood a few moments talking to him then I said to him Are you not a Christian t Ho said No sir I am a church member In fact I am the superintendent of a Sunday School but I am not a Christian Well I said why dont you become a Christian He said I have no feeling I said It Is not a question of feeling Do you believe you are a sinner Ho said I know I am I said Do you believe Jesus Christ died for you7 lie said I know He did I said Then will you take Him for your Saviour tonight He said Can I do It without feel Ing I said Certainly It is not a Question of feeling but of common icnso Will you take Him Ho said I will if I can I will I said Let us pray together We knelt and prayed and wh n we got up he said I dont feel any different I said I didnt think you would But he said a lot of these people say they have such joy I said You have not gone far enough you have to confess your Lord publicly before the joy comes Almost everybody had gone out of tho big Tabernacle but ho said to the few who were remaining Friends I have decided tonight to bo a Christian I have taken the Lord Jesus Christ to be my Saviour and with a few more words he said Goodnight and went out Next morning a leading merchant of the town came to me and said You ought to have seen what I saw last night when I left this building I had gone only a short way down the St I when I saw leaning up against- a lamppost I knew he did not drink- I know ho was not intoxicated I went up to him and asked him what- I i was the matter and why he was shout- Ing Ho said I am so happy I can hardly stand up I saw him that day and told him what my friend had told me I said Mr said he saw you leaning against a lamp post and shouting and when he asked you what was the matter you said you were so happy you could not stand up Is that so Ho said It was literally true Ten minutes after I left you last night such a joy came over my soul that literally I had to lean against the lamppost and shout for joy- I dont know It It will affect you just that way It never did me but I will guarantee one thingthat if you will accept Jesus Christ with all your heart and surrender your whole life to Him and Ills control and publicly confess Him before the world God will send His Holy Spirit Into your heart filling It with a joy that you never knew before 4 In the fourth place every man and woman should confess Christ be I cause It la the only way to be saved In Romans x 9 and 10 we re dltth- ou shalt confess with thy mouth the hlneIwith the heart man bell veth unto righteousness and with the mouth confession Is made unto salvation People say to me In some places where we go I dont believe In this standing up and confessing but I dont care what you believe the ques tion is What does God sayt And I God says With the mouth confes sion is made unto salvation There are a great many people who will tell I you If a man or woman believes In Christ In the secrecy of their own hearts they need never say anything about It for God sees the heart Ho does see your heart and If you dont i confess Christ lie sees you have not got any real faith You say Is not a man saved by faith Yes but by real faith and real faith always leads to mouth confession Wo read In the ivory next verso of this chapter no mans x 11 Whosoever belleveth or Him shall not be ashamed If you arc ashamed to confess Him you do not believe on Him A faith that does not lead to confession will never lead to Heaven There will be no sneaks and cowards In Heaven Jesus Christ cays In Mark vlll 38 Whoso shall be ashamed of Me and of My words of him also shall the Son of Man be ashamed when Hevcometh In the glory of Ills Father with the holy angels G Once more every man and woman should cohfess Christ for common de cencyo sake and celfrespecta sake When you and I stop to think what Christ has dona for us how Ho left Heaven with all Its glory and came down to earth with all Its shame how ho was BCOU raged and crowned with thorns how ho bore shame and reproach how lIe was spat upon and buffeted and nailed to the Cross for you and me how although lieI was rich yet for our sakes Ho be came poor that we through Ills poverty might become rich how though being in tho form of God He thought it not a thing to be grasped to be equal to God but humbled Himself and took upon Himself the form of a servant and was obedient oven unto death yea tho death of the Cross how lie was wounded for our tran gresslons and bruised for our Iniqui tlesIC men and women knowing that you will not confess JesusI Christ because of the fear of man or fear of loss In business or fear of loss of caste In society then youi are a coward a poltroon and an Ingrate of the basest and blackest kind You cannot get around it you know It is Gods truth I cannot see how any Intelligent man or woman canI bear In mind what Jesus has doneI for them and then not confess 111mI and still retain their selfrespect We have some things we are proud of in America and some things wo are ashamed of One of the things we are proud of In America Is this that all boys and girls in America can get a university education that the son of the farmer and the day labour er and the washerwoman can got a university education as well as the child ot the millionaire Any boy or girl that Is worth educating can go through all degrees of learning In America Since I have been In Chicago the grandson of a man who used to work for Us at homo as our gardener when I was a boy has been Vie mayor of the city of Chicago and the son of a woman who used to do too cooking In our kitchen has occupied another high position In the city I rejoice In It It is one of the things I that makes me glad to be an American In North Carolina ona of the poorer Statespoor financially but rich In men there was a farmer who Jiad a bright boy Ho had a poor farm he said My boy Is going to get Just as good an opportunity as a millionaires son and that poor farmer worked and scraped until he was able to send that boy to tho State university Tho boy did well and his letters home delighted his fathers and mothers hearts and they felt well paid for all their sacrifice But after awhile the fathers heart grew lonely and ho said to his wife Mo ther I cannot stand It any longer I Just must see the boy It was a long way from the farm to the uni versity and he loaded his wagon and started on his long drive and as ho drew near to tho town he said toI himself Well wont the boy be surprlsedl lie dont know Im coming Wont he be delighted to see his old father He whipped up the old team and hurried on and entered the town lie was driving up the hill to the college and as ho went whom shoutdI ho seo coming down but his some gay college companions The old man was driving slowly for it bO1heand said Oh my boy my soul The son was ashamed of his poor old father and ho straightened himself up and said There must be some mis take sir you are not my father I dont know you I am toldl dont know It to be positively truebut I am told that father turned round with a broken heart and went home to die tun well belleve It It would break my heart for my boy to- I treat triij that way Men and women what do yotiuy to A be I say he ougbtttlt- be horsewhipped I say he was an Infamous Ingrate But I want to say that he was not so Infamously ungrat ful as you men and woman in this hall tonight who know that Jesus Christ poured out Ills life unto death on the cross of Calvary and who are so mean and contemptible and cowardly that you wont stand up and confess HimI will not stop with that story It ia too dark I am going to tell you another story and thank God It is trueof our home land A poor woman In one of our towns who had to work for her living for she was a widow she took in washing I think had a boy and he was a bright boy and proved a bright man I think some ot you have heard him She sent her boy to school lie went through the schools did well came out at the very top of his class and was valedictorian of his class the highest position and took a gold medal for special excellence In study The day ho was to graduate ho said to his mother You know I graduate today mother She said Yes 1 know Roll gut ready he said It Is time to get oft to the church where the graduating exercises were to be held Oh my boy I cannot go up there she said I havent anything fit to wear Why all the finest therojYouwent Ashamed of you mother ho said never I owe all I have In the world to you What Is more cannot graduate unless you do go II and I wont And ho helped mother to get ready and pinned the old faded shawl round her and made It look as good as possible and put on her plain old bonnet and took heron his arm and walked down the main street with the plain old mother on bin arm to the church When they got there ho took her up the centre aisle and sat her among the finest people In town When tho time came ho went up to deliver his valedictory address and to receive tho gold medal amid tho applause of his com panions and when ho had received- It he walked straight down to where his mother sat and pinned It on her old faded shawl and said Mother that belongs to you you earned It That is a boy worth leaving Now ladles and gentlemen I want to ask question Do you mean tonight to bo like that rascally scoundrelly ingrate that was ashamed ot his old father and broke his heart and bo ashamed of that glorious Christ that died for you or will you be like the other boy and knowing that you owe everything to Josus Christ stand up and confess Him tonight and pin all your honours where they belong on Jesus Christ MR JACOBYS LIFE Impressive Service as He Tells How He Was Saved from Depths About as Low as a Man Can ReachIOne of the most impressive meetings of the series was that hold Saturday night by the Rev W S Jacoby in which ho told the story of his life lie Is a fine looking man of over sixty with hearty voice and manner and shows that his reform has been thoro His story was told simply but with strong feeling and as he said proved that the Lord can savo anyone Mr Jacoby said that when saved ho was so low that ho had to reach I up to touch tho bottom Hewaa drunk In his fathers house at tho age of ten years from getting to a bowl of eggnog that was la a room waiting for a reception From that time on he loved the effects of whiskey tho not tho taste and he believes that the demon ot strong drink was sleeping In him and need ed only tho first tasto to rouse It Ho continued a heavy drinker till converted Ho entered the Navy at 15 In 1862 and after serving three years camo outc a gambler and drunkard Ills tried to get him up In business but ho soon toqk to drink Ills father turned him out ho got In with a gang ot thieves and low criminals till he finally enlisted In tile army Ito escape arrest Ho nerved under courtmartialc4Icharged Just before this he had beenf the leader of the gang of oldlcraMn Bcrabled at FL Lcavenworth where the scum of the western army was sent Ho led because ho was alwayq ready to fight and fought hard Ho was the worst of the lot lIetql4I this he said to show that there 10f hope even for the worst of menjle was the worst possible and still was saved There li hope ho told the women present for every lost son or brother or husband no matter holy low they have fallen After leaving the army he Wed work then tramping and finally1 tiy travelling In freight cars got Ijomor In such a condition that his clothes J when put In the back yard wcrcttt jnusl able to walk away byntiwav selves His father wAs angry1 but 1115 tn Jthiir sttliIoreQihlm IUW and hid him In beiuppec r 1tbttofthe bpuas Aftsrapeougiq- of days ft two yoarold nlroOtRiro Uwj secret away and his father found tin was homo Hut there was no roconcl Illation and he soon wont allay Again enlisting In the army once more this time unorr a false name A He stayed In the army longer lhUx time Mid then tried being a pollceinan I In Philadelphia but was fired Jn three months lie went In the army again n gambler and drunkard of the wpjt sort and was coon dropped out M worthless Ho drifted around a while but finally settled In Guthrlo Center Iowa where he was the town terrcK a fighter and gambler and moro than once the town was on the point iotI outlawing him Ho had a wife and was on speaking terms with his folks when one day he got word that If be wanted to see his mother alias he mutt hurry home lie took tho first train and got there while shot still lived but he neVer know wheth er she recognized him Ho learned that she had been for tho last days watching tho door every time any one entered waiting for him with her heart breaking because of fro enmity to his father But he raid just so and In greater pain is Christ watching for tho return home of tho sinner And lie is always watching Ills father followed his mother and left him about 20000 In a short time tho he was In business ho waif cd all but about 5000 of this gambling drinking and going to prize fights with a low crowd At this time ho went ono night to a revival meeting chiefly because he had heard some one say that ho wouldnt dare go Ho was sick of the old life however and after tho sermon put up his hand and went forward plow the people stared But they all help ed and steadied him In his new ur7and with Gods help hq line kept In it And what God did for him Ho can do for any man 0 THE MARKET Berea Prices It 0 Apples cooking flGO eating 240 Cabbage 314c per Ib Potatoes Irsh per bu JUS Begs per dozen He Butter per lb 25c tJ Bacon per Ib 813c lam per Ib 12Wc a Lard per lb lOc Pure layjc Chickens on fool per lb Oc T Hens on foot per lb Oc Feathers per lb 35c Oats per bu 70c Corn per barrel J3GO 1 Wheat for bu 13- 2Tico 1 L N 8V4xGx8 45c culls 20croFJtREIVOLVING I h SNGstaoK4of KALBILL KANSAS CITVNO 41 t detrettaNle- LearaaeCTRIC I a mrarn fur eraLody hero ANDlblullo14ctrehimi4 copy I dau- eRnmpaonCHp Ihab Co- e Ikawn S Itottoa ewe t ERICeverybody y t i neoatNpawPHOTOltkiwaubn you meatlua A theP1Ikcon St j1LU I eeeoeooeoooovoeooooooOOO ooo ierea and Vicinity i 0 n IiiDR BEST DENTIST ICITY PHONE Ins OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE By order of tho Executlvo Com mitted of the Law and Order League a meeting of tho league Is called for 730 p m bn Tuesday March 23rd In the Parish House All members and other interested In the entorcement of law and tho Improvement of the town are earnestly urged to be pre sont Signed Stanley Frost Secy Will C Gamble Vicepros M Livengood who had a evctUgbt attack of typhoid fever Is out again Mr Ebb Gadd and family have moved from tho Golden place Into a part at Lydia Isaacs house on Center street Will Duncan canto from Paris Ky Thureday where ho has been laying brick J Mrs Laura Jones has just returned from Cincinnati where hbcn burJJ1lbllr spring ntllinep- Walter L4kto was in town Saturday frog Panola on buslneMJ irfri Will Stfopb who has been in school the Tall and Winter terms kit Saturday for his homo at Lexington Mr Otrgo Aldrich who has boen hero most of the winter returned to his home Saturday at Irvine Arthur Minter was homo Saturday and Sunday from Wlldle where he Is working EXlJ Wyatt who has been out of town tor quite a while returned Saturday M D Seattle of DIg llfll was In totyon business Monday Hugh Conn who has been up In tho Now England statca returned to Be rek aat week Rev Ed Honeycut of Big Hill was In town the first of tho week Girls who are going homo at the end of this term como to my store and buy your now hat I will glvo you 2S per cent oft each hat Come prlco them I have them from CO cents JpI Mrs Laura Jones Tho Rev 0V Shepherd of Win chester camo Tuesday and will hold meetings each night of this week at the Baptist church Ho will be assisted by the pastor Rev It L Branden burgDr and Mrs Torroy gave short but very Interesting talks to tho members of the Womens Industrial last Fri day afternoon at tho Parish House Mr and Mrs U M Burgess spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks at Paint Lick The visiting clergymen who wore In town for tho Torroy meeting have all returned to their homos Among them wore tho Rev Mr Dlzncy ct Grays a brother of Tutor Dlzney tho RoV C A Crossett of Irvine the Rev Harley Racer of LaFollcttnTtnn and the Rev J D Redd of London Mrs Prof Ellis who has boon seriously 111 Is ablo to bo out again Dont miss tho opportunity offered In tho sale of Mr Smiths house ad vertisod on this pago Mr Lovl O Klmbcrlaln of near Kingston had a bad scaro this week over the low of 4SO lie had received tho money In Richmond and was bringing It to the bank hero when It I roadtseveral hours worry however tho money was found It had slipped down Into the lining of his vest Tho young children of J II Gabbar and also of Green lulls aro having whooping coughIC C Rhodus has sold his stock of furniture and household goods to R II Chrlsman and will go out of business Ladles I havo this spring the larg est stock and most stylish upto i date hats I havo ever offered you and Inl such low prices I am sure you will bo delighted Next week I will give you tho data of my opening Mrs Laura Jones The hands mQ now thank building or the Borca National Is completed and the banking apparatus was moved is last week The now Building makes a decided Improvement In that I part of the town Miss If Emerson who spent about J slxj weeks at tho home of Mr and tMrs James Champ near Wallaceton fica o L homo last Wednesday Mr has hid a very serious case of typhoid fever r ONESIMUS The Most Profitable Firstclass IRON ROOFING Wears like the kind sold 20 years agojust as honest and sensible PATENT AriMKIl FOR Guaranteed and Manufactured by LENGFELLNER Mrs Juan Lusk and Mrs Mason for merely of this place wore In Cincin nati buying now goods for their store last week Mrs Bert Coddington was called homo from Cincinnati by the illness of her father Mr John Blazer Work has commenced this week on C M Canflclds new house on Estlll streetGood sixroom house located on Jackson street for rent Apply to E P Coylo Dr Cowley went to Richmond Thursday to attend a meeting of the County Health Board Mrs Patterson of Lancaster who Is visiting her sister Mrs McCIaren and Mrs Dodge were In Lexington early thU week i narnioh Metcalf who has been in poor health for some time Is considerably worse this week M B Ramsey Is to move his meat shop In the rooms In tho Welch block which Is being vacated by the Nation al Bank Now fixtures will be put In and an uptodato shop conducted Mrs J Burdette was 111 for a few days the past week Miss Mary Adams who has been In Richmond for the post two weeks came homo Saturday She was accompanied by her cousin Miss Pearl Adams who will visit here for several days Misses Kato and Esther Logsdon had a their guests last week tho Misses Wiggins of Richmond Miss Emily St Clalr secretary of the Young Womens Christian Associa tion of Kentucky and Tennessee was hero a few days at the first of the week with reference to the work of tho Association hero Dr and Mrs Cornelius have as thcl guesto Mrs Cornelius brother and two children from California Dr and his wlfo returned from California last week and brought their guests with them Mat McCollum is home from a visit with homo folks from tho U S Navy Ladles I make a specialty of hats I cell hats only 1 guarantee satisfac tion with every order that goes out of my store I have for trimmer Miss Helen Jackson from Cincinnati she comes well recommended and knows her business Call and leave your order before the rush begins Mrs Laura Jones Mr Charles Sopor of Kingston was a business visitor In town Tuesday Dr Best Will C Gamble a Mr W D Logsdon and Dr Palmer the choral leader took a days rldo out to the Brush Creek caves last Saturday Will C Gamble accompanied Dr Torrey to Paris to the Y M C A convention Saturday Student boys who went were Glenn Hoffman Oro Price Arllo McGuire Dlllard McGuIre C A McQulnn Jewell Maine Claudo Anderson Roy Flynn Taylor Flynn and Tracy E Tuthill Gen LeVant Dodge Department Commander of tho G A R has re letterIIentirely owing to tho labor you have given to tho work Tho Department of Arkansas shows proportionately a larger gain but I think their gain Is from posts that failed to mako their bandIdepartment commander was to do the work that you have done our nu merclal strength would bo very much larger Allow mo In tho name of the organization to thank you for your splendid workHOUSE FOR SALE About one acre of ground well im proved with trees outbuildings cistern and well House Is two story flvo rooms good closets East end of Jackson street Can be vacated at three months notice Write or phone to II M Shouse Marksburg Ky Lancaster Phone 263 Q FOR SALEA second hand CO horse power WeotlnghouSo crank case engine Fine for a stationary plant Apply to Berea College IPHI DiLTA BANQUET Saturday night March sixth marked another milestone In tho history of Phi Delta Literary society The occasion was of more than usual Import ance for two reasons First this year reaches the half century mark In the life of this society second and far more wonderful and gratifying was tho fact this banquet WAS honored by tho presence of Mrs Elizabeth Embree Rogers charter member wife of the first teacher and head of Berca College and founder of Phi Delta and now the best beloved and most re vorenced of all Oercas living workers The Banquet was held In Ladles Hall which was beautifully decorated for the occasion About one hundred and sixty members and guests were present Tho room with the tables arraigned in three rows and bounti fully spread with viands and flowers and with tho gracefully draped bunting and the brilliant lights presented a beautiful picture To say that all enjoyed the hospitality or the Society In partaking of tho delicious menu la putting It mildly After the Inner man was refresh ed came the toasts genial sparkling and entertaining The Toastmaster Mr Karl Kirk put his audience In high good humor by his witty stories and In a state of expectancy by his good natured roasting of those who were to respond to toasts Each one who spoko measured up to tho full of all that was expected of him The speeches were greatly enjoyed The following program shows the speakers and their subjects Our Sparerlbs Jecso Baird Responsealso tiara Stegerr Our Patriarch Scward H Marsh College Ties Prof Ellis- FriendahlpWhittemore Boggs Reminiscences Mrs Elizabeth E RogersMrs Rogers reminiscences of the struggles of Phi Delta In the early days were particularly touching and taught us once again how much we owe to the courage and faithfulness of the founders of Berea The Banquet closed with the singing of tho Phi Delta Song MONEY IN POLITICS Money is not eliminated from poll tics but It Is hampered and circum scribed and It Is not tho dominant force that it was ten years ago The political machine ftnancied by capital Invested in public service corporations which was continually trying to avoid tho responsibility of Its public partnership the political machine which sold special privileges to public corporations Is In a fair wa to be reduced to mere political scrap iron by tho rlso of the people Today In States having the primary under State control the corporation is handled r Fd- TheI men elected to tho United States Senate from States having the Northern type of primary gener tromItho primary system any clean witted man In these states can defeat the corporation Senatorial candidate nt the primary It the people desire to de defeat him this advance alone Is prlmarsomeI State officers Legislatures and county officers also are free men makes the primary inevitable in terms of money Taft and Bryan the two men who had less money behind them than any lOt their opponents the two men tho Interests did not wish to see nominated headed the tickets of the two great parties last year And when tho United States Senators who win their nominations and elections wUhoutthe aid of the railroads and tho public service corporations and win In tho face of tho opposition of these concerns begin to name Federal judges the Supremo Court people will capture the courts William Allen White ln American Magazine DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COLLEGE It so wo can help you We havo already put hundreds through college by means of our plan Write today for full Information regarding our offer of a free scholarship in any school or college Address Robt J Sherlock 2931 East 22d Street New York City PUBLIC SALEA combination public sale will be held on Saturday March 20 at tho corner of Main and Center streets Berca Anyone hav horses mules stock of any kind linganything to sell can bring It thero or It they wish It advertised leavo a description at Tho Citizen office 2t W IL Prowltt FOR SALEA good 74 acre farm 3 miles from Berca on the Wallace ton plko good house and barn and a fine orchard 30 acres of meadow I Ellhu Blcknell Paint Lick Ky Serious Ailment Yes said Mrs Lapsllng my bus band is much bettor now For a day or two though he was threatened with tbbaculosls of the lungs CORRESPONDENCE Continued from fast Page on the 4th lijst Interment In the Capt John Wilson cemetery LOCUST URANCn Locust Branch March 15 James H Willis travelling salesman was visiting H O Blcknell Monday March 15There Is a petition being cir culated asking the fourth assistant postmaster general to establish a dally mall between Locust Branch and Station CampDr Land of this place was called to Irvine last week to Jas Parks chlldMr Boin Gentry has returned from Oklahoma The Rev Mr Ward will hold a revival meeting at Parks school house this week be ginning Monday night Mrs Jno A Blckuell is quite ill There has been another tide In Red Lick but not so large as the first tide- ROOKIIASTLE COUNTY UAULKY Gauloy March l68am Miller has returned to Corbin where ho has a position with the L R N n n Co Miss Bertha Robinson visited several days in Mt Vernon last weekMr and Mrs James Bond visited the tat ters parents at Weaver Saturday and SundayW II Ponder has Just re turned from a very pleasant visit to Berea Miss Clnda Bond is very sick at this writing Uncle Bill Drum mett has bought a fine mule from Jones Durham for 120The people of Pleasant Run church have up their new church bell It can be heard a long distance MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston March lOThe rain last week caused some damage In this partDr W C Caywood purchased a horsQ of Tom Ballard for 150 Mrs Joe Bales and Miss Martha Powell spent Wednesday In Richmond Miss Gussie Rucker left Sunday for Athens Fayetto Co to visit her sister Mrs Whit Green for two weeks Mrs Lucy Boon made a business trip to Richmond Friday Miss Anna Sopor entertained anu mber of people at her home Sunday In honor of her birthday Mr and Mrs Cash Moody visited at Moto Sunday Miss Ella Ballard returned from an extended visit to Corbin last weekMr Curt Parks spent tho latter part of last week In Lexington Mrs T C Wilt and Mrs Susie Baldwin have return ed from a visit to Mt Vernon Miss Martha Maupln began a subscription school at the Hall Monday for children under twelve years Mr and Mrs A It Gibbs were In town Satur day to see Wr Glbbs mother who Is sick In the Pattie Clay Infirmary Miss Etta Azbill of Berea is the guest at B B Boons this weeks Mr and Mrs L C Powell spent a few days last week with J C Powell 1110 lULL Big Hill March 16First I want to correct the mistake that was made two weeks ago about Lee Hayes lIe went to California for his health in stead of Indiana and is expected to return to Kentucky in July He IsI said to bo very much Improved Jerry Richardson of this place Is able to be up again after a severe attack of tonsilltls Tho Rev J W Parsons filled his regular appointment at Pilot Knob church last Saturday and Sunday The Rev R L Ambrose preached at the school house Saturday and Sunday night Miss Stella Abram is to lead the prayer meeting next Thursday night Subject Charity Mr Joseph fleece who has been very sick Is betterMr Leslie Coyle has moved from White Lewiss place to Edgar Brockmans Mrs Nannie Lewis Is Improving Mr Joseph Ben ton of this place has been sick for quite a whlleMr Lewis Pureville of Big Hill and Mr Isaac Burns of Bear Wallow exchanged places Mrs Isaac Burns Is very slck1Ir Joseph Powell has moved Into ono of Mrs Stella Settles houses The Rev R L Ambrose is covering his house Mr Cam Piss has rented Mr John Wilsons farm In Cow Bell Hollow A new store is expected to bo put up on Mr Tom McKeehans place Mrs Garland Laws Is very sick and has been for some tlme1Ir Moses Estes of Narrow Gap has sold his farm to Mrs FoxMr Philip Hayes has a cow and calf to sellMr Wash Lax lost his cow a while back IN WASHINGTON Continued from First Page said to a friend that ho would not have sent any message at all except for forms sake He said that Cou grcss knew what he wanted Mr Tufts administration seems determined to do things In a quiet and business like way Secretary Knox gets down to bulsness often at eight oclock in the morning long before the Civil Service clerks go to work and two or threo hours before the Roosevelt cabinet members started In Secretary of War Dickinson Is going down to take a look at tho Par ama Canal and instead of having a battleship take him down he Is going as a simple passenger on a regular commercial vessel Twelve years ago tho DIngley Tariff Bill was begun on tho same day of the year as that on which this ses sion commences work It took till nearly August to get that bill framed but It is expected that this ono will be done before the end of June at latestSOME TARIFF CHANGES Several changes will affect the com mon people The tax pn leather and hides Is to como off so that shoes can be bought for a third less price Woolen goods will be taxed the same as present however so that clothes will cost as much as before All steel and Iron products will cost less because a great part of the tax will be removed from them One of the features of the past week has been the plucky fight which the reformers In tho House have made against Cannon They came near defeating him too The Democrats took large chances of los ing some of the good committee ap pointments which they have hitherto been allowed to have But they had so little anyhow that it was hardly worth saving The Republicans who fought Cannon aro of course left out entirely in any action of the Houses majority for this time GETTING torwardI Last month Secretary se cured an appropriation of a million dollars with which to prosecute rich parties who had gotten possession of valuable Government lands In the West by means of false homesteaders Already the Union Pacific Rail way has agreed to give up 45 hun dred acres of coal land la Horse Thief Canyon Wyo and pay the Govern ment torlleCljlal which it has taken out The difficulty which now pre sents itself Is how the Government can get Its money value from the land If It Input up to sale at auc tion the Union Pacific will buy it Jack at a very low price because no one else can transport the coal from It and so no one else will bid for it It is said to be worth 100000000 but only a small part of that sum will bo received for it President Roosevelt thought that such lands should never be sold but only leased by tho Govern ment Thus the country would stillt own the land but would be paid for every ton of coal taken out of it A queer feature has been added to the Interesting things at the Capitol this week The new Senators Office Building Just completed which stands about two hundred yard from tho Capitol Is connected with It by a large electric lighted underground passageway In this passage way small automobiles have been in stalled to run back and forth carry Ing Senators to and from their of fices and the Capitol This system may not bo TROUBLES permanent howeverI Attention might bo called to the most Important matters which seem oi to havo como to an end with the end of Roosevelts term In the first place there will be no more discus sions of the sealevel type of canal for Panama Tho engineers are hope ful that they may even be able to complete tho Canal before Mr Tafts term expires on the lock plan The Census Bill will not again be passed In a manner such as to provide for graft In appointing the clerks who will do the work of taking the next census The Standard OH suit will bo dropped by the government This Is having an instant effect on Stand ard Oil stock which 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ancient palace of the Capuleto of Verona which ta associated with the story of Romeo and Juliet has been completely destroyed by fire The latest experiments conQrn early hopes of the success of the wireless telephone Talking througl a mans hat at long range Is golni to be the merest commonplace As long as German bankers car be found who leave 7000000 for tunas to the encouragement of eclenci tho eminence of the German nation Ir the scientific field is not likely to bt fist An expedition organized In Bostoi by George M Boynton will cxplor the great unknown regions of the southern watershed of the Amazon river between the fourth and tent parallels An educational Institution has gained Its faculty declares by the elimination of Its coeds Coeducation seems to bo falling on parlous times It may bo that the feminine contingent far from being grateful for the concession are now ao longer willing to be the Co Charolles a small town 30 miles from Macon In France has recently keen visited by a shower of sulphur The roofs gardens fields vineyards rivers and ponds were covered with a yellow dust and for some tlmo the peasants In the fields were troubled by a sulphurous biting odor which made breathing difficult The manager of ono of the Atlantic steamship lines Is trying to do away with tile rivalry among the lines and to arrange a schedule of Balling from the chief European ports which will give a dally service and Insure to each company a fair share of business He says tho plan will be much more profitable than the present system It looks as If It would be more satisfactory to passengers also and seems a sensible arrangement Tho meanest kind of swindler has been operating to such an extent In Brooklyn lately that the detectives havo been put on his traiL Pillce slang calls him a crape puller He reads the death notices In the newspapers calls upon the family or the dead person represents himself as a florist The swindler usually manages tocollect In advance Thats the last seen or heard of hIm and of course no flowers are delivered The Companion called t attention to the kindness and caurtcsy of the princess of Wales on the occa slon of having accidentally run over a dog It Is a pleasure to record a aim liar course of conduct on the part of the count of Turin brother of the duke of the AbruzzL His automobile wrecked peasants cart The peasant wrote to him and called his attention to the fact that ho had been on the wrong side of the street sad asked for 20 to repair the dam age The count at once acknowledged his fault apologized for It and sent 100 Instead of UOr Prof William rfthe Penn sylvania State college discussed In Harrisburg the 83 kinds of breakfast foods tbat he recently tested for the government Most of them were very good said Prof Frear Now comes a distinguished law pro teaor testifying that no book eontalna more or better material for tho stu dent of corporation law than the 131 ble There have been finer and more comprehensive tributes to the greatest of all looks than this but it Is Interesting to ere their number further in creased REPORT SEA FIGHT MEXICO HEARS SALVADOR AND NICARAGUA ARE AT WAR GUNBOATS IN A BATTLE Diplomatic Relations Broken Off with Zelayas Country by the United States After Recall of Envoy Mexico City Ships of Nicaragua and Salvador met In battle Tuesday and It Is believed a second clash fol lowed Thursday or Friday Three NIcaraguan gunboats led by tho Momotombo attacked the Solva doran gunboat Presldente Tho latter by a lucky shot put the Momotombo out of action almost at the beginning of the engagement Tho three Nlca raguans then withdrew Later the Momotombo was repaired und went in pursuit of the Presldcnte No word having been received from the Mexican representative in Nlcara gualtls thought the cablo has been cut Washington Owing to the contin ued disturbed conditions In Nicaragua and President Zelayas failure to make serious efforts looking to the settle mentoof the Emery claim tho state do partment Friday by withdrawing Mr Gregory the American charge at Mann gua and ordering the legation placed In the hands of the consul who will have no diplomatic capacity practical ly broko off diplomatic relations with that country Affairs in Central America have been closely watched by tho American and Mexican governments both of which have now come to an under standing that the time has arrived when drastic measures should bo en forced to insure peace in tho Central American republics Ambassador La Barra of Mexico spent some time at the state depart ment in conference with Assistant Secretary Wilson and the determina lion was reached that if the American warships now in Nti aguan waters and those to bo sent there are not suf ficient to impress President Zelaya that the treaty of peace entered Into between the Central American republics is not to be lived up to more rad ical steps would be taken to accom plink that result The Impression was given that if need be intervention would be resorted to The governments of the United States and Mexico it was stated are in full accord as to the policy to be pursued toward Nicaragua and are now anticipating Zelayas further moves So i as could be ascertained no official information has been received here of a reported naval engagement bctwen gunboats of Nicaragua and Salvador As bearing on affairs In Nicaragua the following statement was obtained from official sources Under telegraphic orders issued by the navy department an armored cruiser will remain upon the west const of Nicaragua pending the arrival of tho Yorktown to take that stand indefinitely and tho Dubuque and Tacoma are proceeding to cruise in tho Atlantic coast of Nicaragua and in tho neighborhood of Honduras The situation at Managua Is be coming such that tho department has now ordered Mr Gregory the charge daffaires to return home upon leave of absence to make a report to the department upon the situation the legation remaining In charge of tbe consul who will have no diplomatic capacity MKINLEY DEATH COST 42517 Government Paid Dr Mann 10000 and Used 2033 for Telegrams Washington After carefully guarding for more than seven years the facts as to the governments expenditures Incident to the last Ill ness and burial of President McKinley the treasury officials Wednebcay made a statement covering all of tho Items of expenditure under the appropriation of 05000 for this purpose made b1 congress on July 1 1902 Some of the items follow Dr M D Mann 10000 Dr H Mynter 6000 Dr C McDurney 5 000 Dr Roswell Park 5000 Dr C G Stockton 1GOO Dr E G Janeway 1500 Dr H C Matzlnger 750 Dra W W Johnston E W Lee and H It Gaylord 500 each Dr N W Wilson 250 Dr G McR Hall and Dr E C Mann 200 each Undertakers Drug gard Koch 210415 and McCrea Arnold 223 Western Union Tele graph Company 159361 Postal Telegraph Cable Company 44027 Bryans Daughter Gets Divorce Lincoln NebRuth Bryan Leavitt eldest daughter of William J Bryan was granted a divorce Tuesday from W H Leavitt Mrs Leavitt and her mother appeared in tho court of Judge Cornish and both alleged that Leavltt had not contributed to the support of his wife There was no defense Mrs Leavltt was granted the custody of the two children Says Rockefeller Backs Drys Providence R IThat John aRockefeller is financing the antisaloon movement Is the declaration of William F Malnes president of tho Rhode nssaclltlontall Uquor dealers in New England Big Shipping Company Formed Detroit MkChA new vessel corpor attest which has contracted to buy CO of the largest lumbercarrying vessels on the great lakes has been formed ai cording to a story In a local newspaper wlcttLRstiAM rrry I The Wife of James Wilson Secretary of Agriculture laDead Frank Hitchcock Postmaster General Is a Bachelor LABOR FAVORED BY RULING COURT OF APPEALS MODIFIES BUCK STOVE DECISION No Action Taken on Contempt Charges Against Gompers Mitchell and Morrison Washington The court of appeals of the District of Columbia yesterday modified and ami moo the opinion of Justice Gould of the su preme court of the District enjoining the American Federation of Labor Samuel Gompers and other defendants from publishing in the We dont pat ronize list the name of the Duck Stovo and Range Company of St Louts Tho opinion which was banded down by Justice Robb holds that the decree of Judge Gould should be modi fled ta the extent that there should be eliminated from the deem the re striction of the labor organlration and the other defendants from mention- Ing writing or referring to tho bud news of the Dock Stovo and Range Company or its customers Otherwise the decree is affirmed The court holds that the combination and boycott In furtherance thereof and the publica tion In the Wo dont patronize list in aid of the boycott Is illegal The court hold that the defendants could not bot restrained from all pub lications referring to the Buck Stove and Range Company but only to such as are made In furtherance of an Ills gal boycott In a partial dissenting opinion Chief Justice Shepard took a strong hand In upholding the freedom of the press He says that even assuming that the publication of the complainants name In the we dont patronize column of the Federatlonlst was a step In the formation of a conspiracy to coerce in dependent dealers Into refusing to have further business relations with that company I cannot agree that the publication can be restrained for that reasonThe chief justice hold that the only remedy for libelous or otherwise ma licious wrongful and Injurious publica tions is by civil action for damages and criminal prosecution There Is no porer to restrain the publication The decision does not settle the appeal In the contempt proceedings in which Messrs Gompers Morrison and Mitchell were given jail sentences This case will be beard later by the appellate court- MILITIA TO PROTECT NEGRO Governor of Iowa Says Junken Must Have Proper Trial Des Moines laJohn Junken murderer of Clara Rosen must bear ralgned during the daytime at Ottum wa The law must take its course and all the militia necessary will be furnished to prevent violence said Gov B F Carroll Wednesday night Tho governor so notified Sheriff Jackson ovor the telephone- I intend to protect tho good name of Iowa and of the people of Ottum wa said Gov Carroll and I will not have it said that a prisoner has to be arraigned by stealth under cover of darkness to securo a fair trial If Jnuken Is to be hanged I want It In the legal way and not by a mob Joe Gans Whips Englishman New YorkJoe Gans former light weight champion of tho world easily defeated Jabez White the English lightweight champion in a tenround bout at the National Athletic club Fri day night It was a tamp exhibition and tho big crowd was disappointed as the men were slow and lacked force behind many of their blows Gans was far from being the Gans of even two years ago as he missed several blows telI HELD FOR 70000 SHORTAGE Utahs Ex Treasurer Admits the Theft of State Funds Salt Lake City James Christiansen former state treasurer who retired from office January 1 Is under arrest on the charge of being a defaulter to the amount of 70000 The arrest followed Christiansens confession of hIs responsibility for the shortage Ho Is now In jail hero The money It is acknowledged was used In speculations in Nevada mining yen tares Christiansen was state treasurer for the fouryear term ending at the be tinning of the present year The short ate In the accounts was discovered a few days ago through the checking ot tbe accounts by the state board ol examiners At the time Chrlstianser was in Nevada where he has eaten live mining Interests In response to a telegram apprising him of the dis covery ho returned to Salt Lake City and admitted his shortage Theamount of the shortage has been deposited tc tho credit of tho state by tho bonds mon and friends of the exofficial HAVE NEW DEATH MYSTERY Dayton Police Believe Body of Womar Is Another Murder Victim Dayton O Another battling my tery confronts thin police in tho dls covery of the body of an unldentidei white woman in the canal below thr Apple street bridge In the opinion a the officers It must have lain in tbi water about a month They fear It it another of tbi barring murder cases that havo i thrown the city into r panicTho woman apparently was 30 years old and well dressed She was at tired in black She wore Romeo slip pers but over these sho had a pair ol new rubber shoes The womans un der garments wero in good condition The decomposition will It Is feared prevent the Identification of the womanSix girls have been found slain in Dayton recently Four of the murders have never been solved TAFT JOINS OPTIMIST CLUB Says His Administration Is to Be Hopeful and Cheerful Washington President Taft Thurs day said his will be an optimistic ad ministration to an optimistic country full of hope cheerfulness and conG denceThe president expressed this senti ment when ho became a full fiedged member of tho Optimist Club of Amer- Ica upon the Invitation of Its founder William J Robinson of New York Andrew Carnegie was a caller at the White House coming bo said to pay his respects to President Taft I wish President Taft a memorable administration and I think lie will have It said Mr Carnegie Ten Years for Slayer Moundsvllle W VaDr Charles M McCracken of Cameron W Va recently convicted of second de gree murder for having caused the death by shooting of his twoyearold child last Christmas eve was sen tenced Wednesday to ten years in the penitentiaryn Milwaukee Gets Low Grain Rate Washington Merchants of Milwau kee are given the benefit of as favorable through rates on grain as those of Chicago in a decision of the Interstate commerce commission in the case of tho Milwaukee chamber of commerce against tho Rock Island and others Indlanlans Wed In New York New YorkJames II Marsh 23 years old and Miss Marlon H Hether ington 19 both of Indianapolis Ind were married Thursday by Mayor Me ClellaxS G ANGERED AT SILENCE OVER SLEUTHS MURDER Cables From New York Police Concern Ino Petroslnos Death Not Answered By the Sicilian Authorltler New York March 1C Though there was an stir of quiet activity at police headquarters Sunday nearly all of tbo chief otllclals having been there and iu conference no definite developments regarding the work of tracing tile as Bosslna of Lieut Joe Ictroalno In Palermo Sicily were announced There was a feeling of chagrin and oven of resentment over the fact that not ono word regarding tho murder of the New York detective had come from tho Italian police despite the fact that a cable had boon sent them asking cer tain information Inspector McCafforty head of tho de tective service hero made some cans tic remarks over tho neglect of the Italian police Said he If an Italian detective sent hero on a mission by that government and working In behalf of tbo Italian police had been murdered In Now York wo would have notified tbe slain mans home department at once So far as the police of Italy are concerned wo have not hoard a word of Petroslnos death I cabled Saturday for Informa tlon but have received no answer front PalermoThe said ho was particular to know whether Pctrcslno had been robbed after being shot Ho Intimated that Petroslno had somo papers vales ble to the police Lore in running down Black Hand and other Italian offend erstTbe neglect of the Palermo police makes It impossible for tho police hero to know whether Pctroslno hart these papers in his pocket when slan and whether tho assassins secured them Tho Inspector said that Pctro dlno had letters of Instruction from tho department her which If stolen by the murderers would reveal to tho Italian criminals just what plans the police of New York have on foot To tho question whether he thought Italian criminals hero hid requested confederates In Italy to kill Pctroslno In that country Inspector McCaffortjr replied bat ho doubted that theory Petrosloo was constantly In perilous positions In New York tho Inspector said and if the criminals of this coun try had dared kill him at all they would have tone It in this city urn Petroclno the young wife ot the murdered detective is still prostrated at her home hero as tho result of the tragic death of her husband For a time her relatives say she refused to accept as true the news of Petrcslnns death and clung fo the hope that it was all t hideous mistake This hope it Is stated now has left her REJECTION OF MINERS DEMANDS Surely Will Be Followed By a Strike Says Leader Philadelphia March 15 Secretory Hartlcln of District No 6 United Mine- Workers declared Sunday night that ho believed thvro would be a strike of tho anthracite miners lie said In my opinion a strike Is sure to come At the conference between the representatives of the operators and the miners the former maintained an attitude which In my opinion will cause a strike to be called Every issue which was presented was rejected by tho operators These issues have long been considered by tho miners and they say now that their demands are not unreasonable Tho rejections of tho demands will anger the miners of the union and I IUD of the opinion that the result ot the convention to bo held In Scranton on March 23 will bo that the committee will bo instructed to again confer with the mine operators and to again present to thorn the very same demands which they have just rejected Theu unless the demands are granted which I do not think possible in view of the present attitude of the operators I am confident a stride will bo called Says Father Was Hanged By Mob Dallas Tex March 15 Fannlo taro sey Degrees aged 23 has told a story hero that her father William Ramsey a minister was lynched at Roscndnle Mo ostbe night of March 8 She claims he visited that place to preach ai the invitation of several negroes had that immediately following the sermon be was taken by a mob oi white men and hanged The next morning a mob burned bin body before her eyes The dead minister and daugh ter resided In Beamont Tex Murder of ArtistMayCleared Washington March 16The mystery surrounding tbe murder of Walter F Schultz the Chicago artist whose body with throat cut was found In q field near Alexandria Va on March 7 may bo cleared up In tho arrest Sun day of three negroes charged with the murder A pawn ticket for a gold watch belonging to Schultz was the clew which led to the arrest Mine Owner Robbed Salisbury N C March 15 Walter G Newman a wealthy mine owner ol Now York who caine to North Caro lina Saturday for the purpose of paying off tho employes of his two gold mines at Old 11111 was robbed of 6000 and slot of valuable jewelry Took Poison After Killing Wife Knobe Ark March 16After shoot- Ing and killing his wife when she reached the depot hero en route to Pickett to enter suit for divorce E M Lake a farmer swallowed poison His body was fond near the depot o s TOMS TEMPERANCE LECTURE It Turned His Companions from Their Beer to Temperance It was a bright autumn morning Tho fall term of St Rudolphs school had begun on Wednesday saw it wu Saturday and the boys had a long holiday before thorn Out on the play ground Tom Hnddou a now boy who had only arrived the night before was standing by himself Hello Tom Haddou Li tbat your seine ono called suddenly Toms gloomy face brightened and ho turned eagerly toward a group of boys near him who wore talking and laughing In n manner lie expressive at onco of good comradeahlp Now for Crugers obouted several of tho boys and they led the way to- a saloon and boisterously pushed open tho door Tom held back Ho did itlike the appearance of the plaoo What are yon going la hero furl ho asked For a spread of coarse one of the boys explained Tu nook great dinners hero como on Tom was quite ready for a fcprond anti willingly followed the boys Into a little back room where the saloon proprietor assured theta they would be undisturbed Dlnnor over Frank Jones their acknowledged leader sold gayly Now fellow before wo KO well have a lorlng cup A loving cup whats than Tom asked tho boy uoareot him You neednt bo afraid of tt It wont hurt you Its only bear too boy an swered Beer I dont want any sad Torn pushed back his choir You are n fool Tom eao of them said What harm can a glass of beer do youT Come Tom coaxed another dont make a row about nothing bJ a man and drink your beer I wont Tom said sharply Lc- m KOWo arent quite ready to lot you go yet Frank Jones saW angrily You are n pretty fellow to kill sport In thin way and now if you wont drink you shall give ua a temperance lecture U It is wrong la drink beer you shall tell us why Come boys pay nttonton You will now listen to an address on tompcraniw from the eloquent orator Thomas Uaddon Tom Haddon waltod a moment Once or twice ho swallowed hard and he breathed fast Suddenly ha throw back his hood nud straightened himself Days ho said In a doer voice I will toll you a storya tray storya story that belongs to my own lira I know a little boy once wbo und a beautiful home Ho had n kind father and mother and ho loved thom both so much that bo could never tell which ho loved best Boys that little boys father bad always been a good man but onco when ho want wolf tho doctor ordered him to drink boor and ho began to drink It and Toms voice was thrilling In Ua tunphaals nowho soon begun to drink stronger things and thoro came a tint when that little boys homo was BO changed from tho lovaly place It once was that it seemed aa It a fiend must live there That llttlo boy heard his father rave and curso Uko a tlUadeto his dying hour ho will remember it ho saw his mother struck down by his drunken fathers hand Do you wonderand no boy who heard It ever forgot the pathos of Toms tonodo you wonder boys that standing by his mothers grave that boy looked up to heaven und sol emnly vowed never while he Used to touch or taste the drink that had made a madman of his father ruined his home and broken bis mothers heartTom ceased and for a moment not a boy stirred Tom Prank Jones sold you are a hero Why I thinkIU aro bravos than n soldier I am pro ml of you and I would do just like you If I were Ala In your place Tho boy stopped a now thought had come to him He looked around on his catupanUina- Hoys he said earnestly It seems to mo that what I would do If I were in Toms placo I had better do now In my own place And the other boys all agreed Mary Uubbard HoweU Christina Work- Promoting InITemperance Meetings The Presbyterian general assemblys permanent committee on temperanco lusts already held nearly 1000 meetings through its ropresontativea besides assisting lu many nolicense cam paigns Its representatives have dally ered addresses before synods presby tortes ministerial associations colleges Sunday school conventions etc The committee has distributed more than 16000000 pagea of literature in six languages it supplies a column each week In several Presbyterian papers and nlBo n supplemental lesson for the Sunday school parlodlcnls Three associate secretaries and one lecturer on scientific temperance are employed Nearly 20009 was con tributed by tho churches BO that the committee dosed its yoar without debt Let a man overcome anger by love let him overcome eyU by good tho greedy by liberality tho liar by troth Buddha i l r President Tans cabinet of nine men ta headed by Philander Cbaco Knox Bccrotary of stalo who was Horn SID 1853 at Brownsville Pa 110 fcrndnatod from Monnt Union college OMo In 1873 and tbreo years later Iris admitted to tho bar During the Years 1876 nnd 1877 ho served as aa istaot United States dlstrltt attorney tor tho wootcra district of Pennsyl yams hi the Litter year ho formed A law partnership with James Ih Reed f match itfll exists and which has rep Vesentcd many largo corporations In eluding tho Carnegie Company Mr 1 Kaox entered President McKinleys fcablnct as attorney general la April 1901 serving until 1004 when he was effected United States senator from Fonsylvonhi The latter position be resigned to become the head of Presi dent Tofts cabinet Ho was a candi date far the presidential nomination In the Republican national convention of 15W Mr Knox Is recognized as ono pt the foremost constitutional lawyers In the country MacVeagh for the Treasury Franklin MaeVcagb secretary of tho treasury was born on a farm In boater connty Pennsylvania gradu ted from Tale In 18C2 and from Columbia Law school In 1S64 Ho bo sun tha practice of law In New York ally but Ili health forced him to aban don it and In 1805 ho woat to Chicaga and engaged In tho wholesale grocery business In this and other centner cm pursuits ho has amassed a large fortune Before entering tho cabinet ha disposed of his holdings la the big grocery Urm and resigned aa director of the Commercial National dank of alwaysIMunicipalArtAmerican Civic association and chairman of the Immigration department of fto National Civic Federation Mr MnoVcagh formerly was a Democrat and In 1894 he was nominated for United States senator by tho Demo crats of Illinois but was defeated la the legislature Ho supported Grovor Cleveland but afterward changed his Party allegiance because of the atti tude of tho Democratic party on the money question Dickinson Is War Secretary Jacob M Dickinson of Tennessee and Chicago tho new secretary of war was born In 1851 at Columbus bliss He graduated from the Tral vorstty of Nashville in 1872 and after ward studied law at Columbia college rt the University of Lclpslt and in Etuis He serveil several times by SUPlomobench UnitedUtd8s vious to accepting the place In Mr Tats cabinet ho waa general counsel for the Illinois Central Railroad Company When not living In Chicago Mr Dickinson makes his home at the Hermitage tho estate upon the out skirts of Nashville Tenn ones the property of Andrew Jackson Like Mr Roosevelt he la very fond of bunting and fishing Though a Democrat Mr Dickinson has always been an opponent of Bryan Wilson Retains His Place Only ono member of tho Roosevelt cabinet retains his portfolio under Mr Taft That Is James Wilson of Iowa secretary of agriculture So ex cellent had boon his work In that poet tlon that there was no serious talk of making n change Dom la Scotland in 1135 Mr Wilson came to the United Slates In 1852 and three years later settled in Iowa In 1861 be engaged in farming In Tama county Ho was n member of tho Iowa assembly for three sessions and speaker of the house for ono session and also was a member of the Iowa state railway commission In 1873 bo wag elected to congress serving two terms and was sent to the national legislature again for ono tern la 1813 Ho was regent of the State ualverslty ef Iowa in 187074 and in UlO was mado director of the agricultural ox pcriment station and professor of agrl culture at the Iowa Agricultural col lege Ames la In 1897 ha bocasae secretary of agriculture Postmaster General Hitchcock The first cabinet officer selected by Mr Taft alter his election was Prank II Hitchcock of Massachusetts who gave up his place as first asslttaat postmaster general to manage success fully the Taft presidential campaign Ho has been given the office of post master general la the new cabinet Mr Hitchcock was born at Amherst O in 1867 and graduated from liar Yard In 1891 and from Columbia Law school in 1894 Since 1891 ho has been a government official having served at different times as chief of the division of foreign markets of tho department of agriculture chief clerk of the department of commerce and labor member of the government ex position board and firs assistant post master general Ho Is a member of many scientific and social organiza tions and Is the author of numerous bulletins reports and circulars on for sign c ode and customs tariffs mil work In the postoffice Anpartment ua der President Roosevelt was especial ly noteworthy Nagel Has Commerce Portfolio Missouri has been rewarded for Its switch to the Republican column by the appointment of Charles NSRO as secretary of commerce and labor Mr Nagel is a leading lawyer of St Louis anu the west He was bun in Texas la 1849 moved to St Lords 1 when a child and graduated from the St Lonls Law school in 1873 Ha has bees senior member of the law fflrn of Nagcl Kirby professor la the St Louis Law school and a trustee of Washington university In 188183 bo was a member of the Missouri house ef representatives and In 189397 was president of the St Louis city coup ell Ho Is a member of the Ropub llran national committee and for years baa been an intlmato friend of Mr Taft Ho was one of Mr Roosevelts most enthusiastic supporters As aa attorney Mr Nagol was Identified with several Important cases dealing with the numerous complications la the affairs of the Flvo Civilized Tribes Ir the then Indian territory Navy Under Meyers Charge President Tails secretary of the navy George Von L Meyer of Massa chusetts has had wide experience as a business man legislator diplomat ond cabinet officer Ho was born In Boston la 1858 and graduated from Harvard in 1879 Ho then entered business and has been prominently conected with a number of financial and mercantile concerns Ills caroer as n public official began in 1S89 when ha was elected to the Baston common council lie then served on the board of aldermen and in 1892S6 ho was a member of the Massachusetts liglsla turo tho last two yearn bolng speaker of tho house In 1900 Mr Meyer was set to Italy as Americas ambassador and in 1905 was transferred to Rus sin In January 1907 President Roosevelt called him homo to enter his cabinet as postmaster general Bali nper Secretary of Interior Attar about one years service as commissioner of tho gonoral land of Lice Richard A D Balllnger of Seattle Wash has entered the cabinet as secretary of the Interior Ho Is a native of Iowa having been horn la Boonesboro In 1858 After attending tbo University of Kansas and Wash burn college at Topeka he went ta Williams college graduating la 1884 and afterward studying law nad removing to Washington Ho was United Status court commissioner In 189092 and later was Judge of the supremo court In Jefferson county WcsbAttorney General Wlekersham George W Wlckcrshsun who bo comes President Tails attorney general linN had the reputation of being one of the ablest lawyers in New York city Bern In Pitta burs in 1858 tie studied civil engineering in Lehlgh university ond In 1880 graduated from the law school of tho University of Ptlnllylvllnl For two years ho prac tlced law la Philadelphia Is 1884 he bream associated with the law flan of Strong Cadwoliadare to which grasldent STANDARD OIL IS VICTOR WINS FAMOUS 29240000 CASE IN FEDERAL COURT Judge Anderson Decides Government Has Not Proved Charges and Throws Suit Out of Court Chicago As forecasted Tuesday tho famous Standard Oil rebating cases i in which Judge Landis Imposed n flno of 29240000 have been thrown out of courtJ- OOlo A B Anderson beforo whom they came for retrial after tho United States court of nppeala had reversed tho Landis fine Wednesday afternoon hold that tho government had not proved the charges made In the Indictment and following a long argument by District Attorney dims ordered the Jury to return a verdict of not guilty From Washington comes tho report that an appeal to tbo United States circuit court of apeals will bo taken from Judge Andersons decision This would take the case back to tho samo court that reversed tho Landls decision In an opinion administering a scathing rebuke to tho Judge That Attorney General Wickersbam will make every effort to get the cue before tho United States supreme court for final decision is believed In the capital District Attorney Sims has not announced what action he will take He is waiting on Instructions from Washington Tho decision rendered by Judge An derson means that all but two of the pending indictments against the Standard Company aro void and will be abandoned by tbo government The six cases that aro affected In volvo the Indictments for shipments over the Chicago Alton railroad and tho Chicago Burlington Qulncy railway and the Indictments too that have to do with the storage charges alleged to have been allowed Illegally to the Standard 011 Company by the Lako Shore Michigan Southern rail roadIt was Judge Landls who directed tho case to bo taken before Judge An derson when Judge Bclhen declined to hoar It after tho supreme court of the United States decided to allow the reversal of Judge Landis decision by the United States circuit court of appeals to stand undisturbed Tho biz Standard 011 proaccution had Its beginning August 27 1008 On that date ten Indictments were returned by a federal grand Jury charg ing tho Standard Oil Company of In dium with accepting concessions from railways In shipments of oil from Whiting Ind Demurrers to two of these Involving shipments over the Chicago Eastern Illinois railroad and connecting roads to Grand Junc lion Tcnn were quashed shortly af tor they had been returned The eight remaining bills wore demurred to but tbo demurrers wore overruled CATHOLIC PRIEST IS SLAIN Father Anston of Newark N J Vie Um of Mysterious Murder Newark N JThreo men whose features were concealed by their heavy overcoats and slouch bats walked Into tho study of Rev Erasmus Anslon pastor of tho Polish church of St Stanislaus Wednesday and opened fire upon him Three lets from their three revolvers bit the priest killing him Instantly Tbo trio turned to escape and found their way blocked by Mrs Antonio Sewrzytskn the housekeeper Without an instants hesitation ono of the vis- Itors turned his revolver upon her In- flIcting a wound which is likely to prove fatal Then all threo rushed out Into tho street and escaped The police rounded up four suspects and arrested all tho former trustees whom tho dead priest ousted when he took charge of the parish WAGE DEADLOCK 18 ON Miners and Operators Fall to Reach an Agreement Philadelphia Tho conference between the subcommittees of the an thracite mine workers and operators to arrange a new agreement to so Into effect at the expiration of the present working arrangement camo to an end late Friday afternoon without result Whllo tho prospects are not as bright as they wero for a peaceful set tlement there Is still hope that radi cal action by either side will be avoided The executive boards Satur day issued a call for a convention ol the miners of the three anthracite din tricts to bo held In one of the mining towns to consider plans for further action and then will follow another conference with the operators before March 31 Over 30 Die In Tornado Brinkley Ark Thirty or more lives were snuffed out CO people wore Injured find property estimated to be worth 1000000 was destroyed by the tornado which wrecked this lit tie city Monday night Of tho knownI dead 14 are white Tho remainder of tho dead and seri ously Injured aro negroes urnParkersburg W Va Whllo the par onts were away from home Friday tw children of Granvllle Miller aged tw years and one month respectively wero burned to death at Normantown Qllmoro county Will Fight Duty on Coffee Washington The Democrats in th bouso will oppose tho establishment o a duty on coffee and the provision of the now tariff bill for the reestablish mont of the stamp tax on chcivks beads and stocks IlTIfincd1 n In ttyn TilE costume on tho loft Is a useful dress for girl from 10 to 12 yearn It IB up In navy bluo sorgo and has a yoke and plastron cut in ono and taken to tho end of skirt and edged with a silk strap sllk covered buttons are taken down tho center of yoke and plastron as far as the waist six smaH tucks are mado whero the material Joins tho yoke The sleeve Is a plain bishop set to n cuff which Is trimmed with a silk strap A leather waist band draws tho dross In at the waist Materials required 0 yards serge 46 inches wide 9 buttons 1H yard silk The coat Is suitable for a girl from 10 to 13 years Dark red coatng is used it fattens down the front under a wide boxplait which la trimmed with black cord and buttons the collar and cuffs are trimmed In tho same way tint of red felt tiftnmed with plaid silk ribbon Materials required 4 yards coating 48 inches wide 1 dozen yards braid 1 dozen buttons 6 yards liningAt tho bottom is shown a smart dress for girl from 10 to 12 years Sale bluo cashmere Is chosen piece lace Is used for the yoko and collar the bodies fastens at the left stele of front a strap of velvet edges the yoke also down tho fastening two tucks are mado en each shoulder The sleevo Is a plata leg of mutton trimmed at the wrist by a strap of velvet and some buttons The skirt has a boxplait each side of front with smaller plaits turning from It a tuck Is made nt the foot all tho way round with tho exception of the center front Materials required 7 yards cashmere 46 Inches wide 14 buttons t1 yard velvet Striped tweed is the material chosen for the costume on the right The skirt Is trimmed up tbo center of front and round tho foot by braid also braid covered buttons tile bodice is also trimmed with braid and buttons piece lace is used for the little yoke and one tuck is made on each side of back and front Materials required 6 yards tweed 46 laches wldo 14 buttons 8 yards braid H yard lace nmWALKING COSTUME Cedargreen Venetian cloth would look well In this style The high waIsted skirt is plaited all the way round the plaits turning towards the front in the center of back tho plaits rare much closer The smartlycut coat Is tightfitting and baa a little waist coat of Chcno silk fastening over to one side In a point The fronts aro slightly cut away and aro trimmed with buttons and cords Hat of cedargreen stretched silk trimmed with brown silk and quills Materials required 8 yards 48 inches wldo J yard Cheat silk 1 dozen buttons 1b yard cord 4 yards coat lining Shirred Hats Reboux Is showing shirred hats of black velvet medium slzed and worn well down over the head trimmed with nowoorosilver ornaraint At this famous shop Is nice a blue beaver with ono small bluebird on do sldo At Suzanne Tal bets tho samo shirred hats are shown and French hair which most likely is identical with the American article theievery worn actually over the eyes the hair la parted In the middle and arranged tow at the back 1 6 ORNAMENTS FOR GRAX HAIR Black ajid White Are Two Colors That Should Be Avoided The silverhaired woman makes a mistake In wearing black in her hair under the Impression that It will bring out tho color The contrast Is too startling and black deadens the luster White darkens the silver tones and is apt to give tho hair a greenish hueTho most becoming tone that can be used Is sliver though there are certain shades of turquoise blue that are lovely with it For daytlmo or informal wear bows or fillets of silver gauze are charming while for evening a big silver flower or wreaths and garlands In silver oak leaves or narrow silver bands will give the silverhaired woman a touch of distinction that DO other coloring can Side combs for gray hair are most effective with silver tops Gold combs rarely look well though occa tonally those studded with turquoise aro becoming Rhinestones or dIa I monds go particularly well with all very hair but are more becoming when set is sliver er platinum than IB gold Pads for Dining Table After all there Is really no better protection to a dining table than the asbestos pads Thoy come In all sizes and onto bought do not need renewing Round or square shape measuring 48 to 54 inches a pad wlH cost S5 56 to SO Inches S6DO and 61 to 66 inches S6 Leaves 12 Inches wide or lees can bo had for SI and leaves over this number of Inches will cost S126 A table so covered will be prepared to receive hot dishes upon any spot over its entire surface Evening Footwear Tho latest fad for evening footwear Is slippers of gold or silver with flesh colored silk stockings Slippers to match the ealor of tho gown are still much worn with selftone silk stock ings elaborately embroidered some be lug even studded with tiny pearls or Jet beads Chiffon Is Deceptive There is probably no more effective agent for producing the effect of a soft clear akin than a sheer white chiffon or mallne veil wora beneath the usual face veil women who are conscious of a few wrinkles arty takiap- I note ot this tact Ai A Little Fertilizer Talk to Farmers buyVFERTILIZERS for they have been used in this neighborhood for sev eral years and they never fail when we have a season favorable The mixture suits this soil Some deal ers will tell you they have a ferti lizer just as good He may have but you dont want to run the risk of having a bad crop to find out how good his fertilizer is When you get the GLOBE or READ FERTILIZER you are getting what you know is good Sold by C C RHODUS Berea Ky 18000 oeo ostoeoia oto t7i o o aaollOo- I C I East Kentucky Correspondence i t News You Get Nowhere Else im 80 correspondence pnbllihed nnlen tlfitd la laU by the writer Tilt name iIsot for publleitiei bat u an trtdtae ol good filth Writs plainly 0 Cooeoooooooo tr 0 o JACKSON COUNTY McKKK McKee March 15There was a large crowd In town today In fact tho candidates and their friends some of them began arriving yesterday even Ing and by six oclock the Amyx Ho tel was literally running over L C Little J W Mulllns P Isaacs C P Moore S S Wolfe Wm Creech Dr Morris were among the number at the hotel while a number of other candidates were stopping at the vari ous boarding houses The Farmer louse was also taxed to Its utmost capacity to accomodate the large number that sought lodging there Election booze was very much In evi dence In fact there were more drunk men In town than common Some four or five were arrested for disorderly conduct It was reported that Dan Cunnagtm of Parrot was disturbing the teachers and students of the McKee Academy and Sterling Collins deputy sheriff went to arrest him Cunnaglm resisted arrest so Mr Collins said and Collins gave him a smart rap Just over the left eye with a pistol Then Cunnaglm sun renderd himself and was taken before Judge Engle who required him to till bond for his appearance to answer th charge So tomorrow promises to be a busy day in quarterly court here Strange isnt Itthat men like to be thought sensible and smart and yet many of them drink stuff that runs them perfectly crazy GHEKNIIAIO Green Hall March 15What has become of the candidates they are not with us now so muchZach Wicker Is in poor health Sjrrllda Pier son has been sick for several days There was a good tide in the creek and river last weekJ E Holcomb Elias Flany Robert Jim and Whlck have gone down the river on a fleet of tlmberReuben Hughes is out in the Interest of Luther Little put ting up posters Mr Little will speak at W N Hughes March 20ln this part of the county the sheriff race seems to be between L C Little and John Farmer The Judges race be tween Pleas Isaacs and Dlsch Mulllns The county attorneys race between C P Moore and G J Radcr The as sessors race between John Miller and Fields John Davis is far in the lead for County Superintendent and Lewis h Vincent Morrla for Jailor Hany Glbso is off the constables race Yesterday was the regular meeting time at Rock- S rlngsJ D Piercon and W Hughes made a business trip to McKee today We learn that John Spence killed his good dog and mortally wounded a hogAil the fuss at Rock Springs Sunday was the work of our whiskey dealer who is now gone- PARROT Parrot March 16The heavy rains are bad for the farmersCOrn is selling at = 1 per bushel It Is expect ed to advance Several from here attended County court at McKee to- dayMr Mart Combs of near Moores Creek has moved to his new home re cently vacated by Mr Wiley Baker Mr Wiley Baker and tamUyhls daughters and their families left Frl 0 0 o 0 ooo o O1110 0 oo day for Oklahoma to make their homeMr Luther Gabbard who has been attending school ut Derea returned home Thursday Mr and Mrs Henry Dyche of London have been vis sting the latters brother and slater at this place for a few daysMr R OI Cornelius who la teaching school In Georgia Is expected home soon ISAACS Isaacs March 13Mr John Baldwin of Moores Creek was burled yesterday C P Moore candidate for County attorney was thru here this week Mr Lewis Lakes of Loam was the guest of Jerry York Saturday night Mr Luther Little candidate for sheriff spoke at Annvllle today Mrs Lucy Hurley was qultely married to Mr Milton Johnson todayMrs Mary Moore has a fine babyIsaacs postoffice has been removed to J LI Isaacs store Mlcses Georglo and Pearllo Akemon were the guests of Mr and Mrs George Davis Thursday evening The school at Annvllle closed yesterday Mr Fred Cornelius school will close next Friday He will have an entertainment Mr John Carter of Berea was the guest cf Mr Dan Allen this weekI LYNCH havingIiito cough and pneumonia are raging In our vicinity Miss Callie Lynch who has been dangerously 111 with whooping cough is betterThere has I been a large tide In Big Sturgeon The logging men did not have much luck with their timber Mr Lucian j Scott who Joined the U S army the FtIis doing weUprayer meeting SprlngsI Ing at two oclock Charlie Scott and the Childs broth res have been rafting for the past few daysJln ley the little son of Charley Scott has been visiting his grandma thisI week Mattle Allle and Nettle Scott were honored by a visit of some relatives and friends Saturday night and SundayMr and Mrs B Marcum are visiting their daughter Mrs Chas j HarveyLucasI nessLeonard Burch and BIHe Hart stock and families are going to Kelly vlllo Okla to make their home CLAY COUNTY SEXTONS CHEEK Sextons Creek March SWet wea ther still continues The Rev Messrs Murray and J P Metcalf began a protracted meeting at the Clark school house last night Mr Murray preached the opening sermon on How shall we escape If we neglect so great salvaUon7Lou Maggie Emma and Mrs Fannie Rowlett paid Mrs Mor gan a visit yesterday accompanied by Adeline Burch Little Dee Peters fell from a colt yesterday and was very badly hurtJ H Edwards and family of Gray Hawk visited their parents and other relatives here last week Hugh Edwards and wife of Taft visited Ell Singleton Saturday aid Sunday fleo W Hunter Is thru hauling logs and has them rafted ready for running The Odd IrelowB Order of this place is planning to erect them a now building soon TINE Vine March IDlel at her homo Jan 28th Miss Betsy Combs She leaves a father mother two sisters and one brother and many friends to mourn her loss She was tick several weeks and during her confine ment bore her suffering without a murmur Her loss Is great In our neighborhood Died at her homo Mar 5 Mrs Martha A Shell She leaves a husband and eight children to mourn her loss Sho was a good mo ther a faithful Christian and a mem ber of the church Her loss will be greatly felt In the neighborhood as she was kind and loved by all LAUREL COUNTY HONlrAM- Bonhatn March 8rFhere will be prayer meeting every Tuesday and Sunday night at PIney Grove church conducted by the Rev Tom Reema all invited to comeMr E Den ham has been very poorly with rheumatism for the past two months and docs not seem to get much better Mr Dan Reed and wife were the guests of E Denham Sunday Miss Pearl Reed and Miss Lllla Denham were the guests of Mr Jackson Reeds Squire Billy Johnston is still sick TKMIIAIl Templer March IThere is so much rain that the farmers cantI sow oatsStreams are higher than In many years Mrs Sarah Moore Is very IIIMr Ell Inman Is very poorly with the feverMr John Clouse Is Improving slowly Mr Geo Holts child is very poorly Mr Jesse McCowan visited home folks Satur day and Sunday and returned to his school at Loudon Monday Tho third Saturday and Sunday will bo church at Fainlew Miss Rosa B Lucas visited at London last weekMr Albert Chandler started west last Fri day OWSLEY COUNTY VINCENT Vincent March 16T B Venable has Just returned from Ross Creek where he has been on business The recent rains have swollen the streams to an unusual height W H VenableI was at Idamay Thursday on Nino candidates passed thru Vincent Thursday Born to the wife of W H Venable a fine boy Monday March 8thJames Hamilton of this place is now on the road for the Freeman Portrait CoUncle Isaac Bother of Travelers Rest was over at Vincent Wednesday Patrick Mayse of Vincent is away with a fine bunch of timber which ho run out of 8tur geon Creek Grant Newman and wife were the guests of W H Venable SundayWalter Bryant and Isaac Carmack of Blake were at Vincent Tuesday on business James Isaacs the wool man was the guest of Rolo Venable last SundayEverett Ross of Levi was the guest of W 1L Yen begunII fast as the weather will permit Cy Mitchell a traveling salesman was at Vincent Friday calling on our mer I chantsEd Hurst of Vincent was on Buck Creek Sunday on business i OAlllIAIlD Gabbard March 10Another big tide this week There have been four within the last three weeks Elmer Gabbard paid home folks a visit Sat urday and Sunday Ballard Huff came home last week from Leslie Co but returned Sunday Price Moore and wife visited relatives on Wolf Creek last Sunday The Hornsby has sold his saw and grist mill to Hicks bro thersMr and Mrs John Combs of Cow Creek visited Johns parents at this place Saturday and SundayLo- gan Duff Is preparing to move to Buckhorn Henry Barrett of Fish Trap visited Mr and Mrs W B Gab bard Saturday and SundayPearl and Lucy Gabbard Spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives on Cow Creek Misses Stella and Belle Gabbard and Lucy Wilson of Cow Creek visited at J L Gabbards last Saturday James R Gabbard and Wm Huff visited relatives In Leslie Co re cently Mr and Mrs Daniel Robin son are the happy parents of a boy Mrs Mary Coyle wife of Samuel Coylo died last Sunday morning of consumption She leaves a husband I and two small children Some of the citizens of this place have gone down whoIReynolds both of Rlcetown were mar ried last weekWm Huff was at Buckhorn oned ay last week on busi nessowsley County has quite a crops of candidates seeking the nom ination for the various offices Primary election April lOWm Huff and Lewis Moore are out on an electioneering tour this week Huff Is candidate for Circuit clerk Moore for Assessor C B Gabbard had a barn raising recently The school at Creek under the supervision of 101lS31- es Brownlee and McGaftlck will close 9th There has been a good at tendancoI T A TELLERS REST Travelers Rest March 13Mrs Al 11Ie B Botner wife of Robert Bornor has been sick with consumption 8thIbyterian church by the Rev Mr Selhbrede of Boonevillc Tho Rebekal Lodge officiated at the burial In the Travelers Rest cemeteryElder J B Rowlett who has been sick Is no better this weekDrs Mahaffey and Glass performed a surgical operation on Mr E S Minter of this place Wednesday Mr Minter has been sick for more than a yearMr W H Venable of Vincent has a position with the Big Deal Soap manufacturing Co as salesman Uncle Cap Wilson was the guest of Mrs Matilda Scott Thursday March nMr S M Cecil who has been sick with stomach trouble for BO long Is no better this weekISturgeon March 15 Owing to the wet weather farmers are getting be hind with their workMrs 110 well Brewer who has been sick for two weeks Is slowly improving Mrs Mary Brewer and her two girls are back at home from Manchester where the latter have been In school Mr John Mahaffey from Tennessee li visiting his nephew Dr J A Mahaff y here Quito a number of the people In and around Sturgeon will leave for Oklahoma today Among these are W M Brewer Leonard hunch anal family Jeff Conrad and family and Wm Harstocks familyR S Wilson has Just returned from Bcrca where ho has been visiting his wife and daughtersJ F Smith bought a fine saddle mare from Bent Pierson for- 5120Blaine Wilson has Just com pleted his yard fence and Is now fon cing his garden Jamos Welch can didate for Jailor of Owsley Co seems to bo In the lead Emery Peters pas sed thru Sturgeon enroute for Ida may where he will leave for Illinois L B Brewer Is selling tombstones monuments and Iron fencing for the Roanoko Marble Works at Roanoke VaMrs Maggie Clantz a few days I ROYALBAKING POWDER The finest most tasteful and wholesome biscuit cake and pastry are made with Royal Bak ing Powder and not otherwise Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar put received a penclon of 11200 per month and also a now daughterin law the sane day- ESTILL COUNTY STATION CAM1 Station Camp March 8Dlly and John Marcum were tho guests 6f Lewis Marcum and family Sunday night on their way to Irvine James Lakes returned from Jackson County with a small bunch of hogs Ho says they aro getting scarce In Jackson Horace Kldwcll bought a largo number of hogs turn this part of the Co last week Charles IIIslo of Waco and Wm Isaacs of Station Camp are still buying cattle and sheep where tley can find them for saloA num ber of people from Station Camp will attend court at Irvine today Andy Isaacs moved from Vm Isaacs property to Shelby Peters property near Witt and Joo Clark moved from A Peters property to the property vacated by Andy IsaacsGeo Lamb moved from Jesse McOeorges pro perty on Crooked Creek to James Sparks property of Station Camp Mr McGee moved from lied Lick to Ray Arvlnes place on Crooked Creek Dr Scotts health does not scent to Improve tastMrs Lewis Lakes Is Improving rapidly Miss Georglo Rico who had n stroko of paralysis several years ago Is In poor health nowA number of the boys who went from this County to Illinois write that they have good jobsc 11 Click made a business trip to Wind Cave Jackson Co last Monday Mrs Clara aReeves gave a carpet rag tacking last Tuesday and got good work done The young folks enjoyed n quiet par ty at Mr Ebb Reeves Tuesday night Ebb Reeves has been working on the river the past weekL Marcum and son Tommy Jiavo recently erected a barn They talk of opening up a livery stableA great many pooplo of this section are going to raise tobacco crops this yearII Gould of 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