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V a ItES i DENTS OF riCEII3ERE1A KY X PUBLISHING CO rINCOIirOUATKD I STANLEY FROST Manager at tin Fottofflt at Jlirtn Ky ae and dan naUmttUtr Vol XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 0 1910 One Dollar a year No 27 I NEWS OF THE MMofse In Jail at LastWalter Makes Bc FortuneRich Banker Kill- edtin Railroad WreckDr Cook Stll Calm He can Prove He was Firs to Reach Pole MOUSE IN JAIL Charles W Morse the big financier who has been convicted of fraud la In tho penitenti ary and Is likely that Walsh will fol low Mr Morse has lost his last hope In the courts lie declares that It Is an outrage to send him to jail and to be sure ho Is about the first of the MM men higher up to reach a prl Be q cell Out he need not worry he TT11 havo company soon WITNESS SHOT James Middle ton a witness In an important case against the night riders in Alabama was shot tram ambush last week I- rS an effort to prevent conviction ol the men It seems there Is nothing thoBo cowardly outlaws will not do IT PAYS TO WAIT Down hors wo are pretty well clear of what la known as tho tipping system under which It IB customary not only to pay for your meal In a restaurant but to pay tho waiter something besides tc see that you are well and prompt served but In the big cities It it almost Impossible to get food if you do not submit to this extortion Tc show how great It Is a waiter who had saved hla tips for thirty yean of service lu a big Now York restau rant quit last week tho total had amountod to half a million dollars Wonder how many of tho people who contributed to the pile ever had at muchCOOK STILL fA31EDr Cool still claims the Pole Tho ho has not appeared ho has sent word thru hit brother that ho will prove Ida rlghl to the honor of first reaching It and that ho will make his detractors swab low a very bitter pilL Ho does not say how As a matter of fact a good many thoughtful people aro still in dined to believe In Cook notronmcli because of Ills so called proofs but because of certain other circumstances In tho first place It would havo boon a very remarkable thing for a snap to risk hU life for a fako and UU1rOII is no doubt that Cook risked tho second place it would be moro remarkable for him to have guessed right everything of import ante about the Pole and according to Peary that Is what ho did And finally since Pears friends have been claiming that a portent set ol astronomical observations could be easily manufactured why did not Cook made up ono r bo was faking Instead of presenting those poor ones much as It ho had tried and could not make a good job of It That story Is not dead yet BANKER KILLED Spencer Trask ono of the loading bankers and finan ciers of tills country was killed Dec 31 in a railroad wreck near Now York DEFENDS MOUNTAIN PEOPLE To Tho Editor ot The Citizen Dear Sir Our mountain section of country eIsgiven many hard names by our poo In tho moro wealthy part of this stole I think It Is because they do not know us bettor An a rule the mountain pooplo are honest You seldom BOQ a crib vr smoke house with locks on thorn and our chlckor3 and turkeys are mfo In the trees and on tho fresco any where on tho farm eo tar na man is concerned And a man is never turn ed away from our door at night bo ho rich of poor One of tho greatest faults with lour mountain people Is that when they got whiskey In thojn their ambi tion gels too high and they will tight lint we havo voted whiskey out ot moat ot our mountain countlcM and If Congress will conio to our rescue it will not bo two years until our crim inal docket will bo clean Lot Congress pass a law that will prohibit distillers shipping whiskey Intjo local option territory and then crime will disap pear Our stato la powcrlena to do this If our congressmen from tho west will Introduce such a bill and securo Its passage then he wilt see die mountains blossom as tho rose and will scq our young men stopping out from the mountains to fill places of profit and trust in which our more wealthy friends are always in need What our mountain people need la to toko liquor from their rccoh maka more effect ive compulsory school laws and then wo shall hav theflneaioounCry in the world Wq alrowlytiilgvo the bOOt big heated people In the world H N Doan h j THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People COLLEGE OPENS More Students Than Ever in Sera for Opening of Winter Term PleasantTlmeat Jam SocialPrep rations for All and Specially for Tardy Ones More students than ever before crowded the offices and class rooms of Heron College when the Winter term opened Wednesday morning Something like a hundred more than wore hero at the some time last year wore on the grounds and had enter ed and the Indications are that there are sUII larger crowds coming It is the usual thing to expect that each winter term will sot a new high wa ter mark for tho school but thU year tho Increase seems unusually largo Fortunately the building of the now dormitories and tho provision of the beautiful dining room in tho basement of Ladles Hall will make it possible to accommodate tho increas fug crowds comfortably- In spite of the dripping rain it was a happy crowd that surged thru the buildings All were busy too be sure and many wore tired waiting their turns at the officers desks but there was an air of happiness and pleasure which provaded everything which was IrresUble Old friendships wore being renewed and now ones formed and all seemed to bo enjoying the processTho first real function of tho term of course was the Jam Social Tues slay night Hundreds were pmwnt ninl the spirit of jollity reigned A good many coses of homesickness were broken up b + that fleet evenings plea IIO Mure amurernents aro planned and there is no doubt that this com int toni will N ono of tho best en ocord In iiilli of the crowd tlio officers of the school have as usual ntaao pro nlona for the late corners OC course no one who ccniei late can ever bo cnttrnly us well off as those who are hero on time and yet everything pos sible will be dono to help those who leave boon detained at there homo thru one cause or another and they will bo able to do almost as good work oven tho late POWLESTER A very happy wedding of two young people well known at Horea occurred on Dec 29 when at the homo of the brides mother Mrs Emily R Lester Mr George Pow and Miss Grace Ro gers Lester wore married by the Rev A E Thomson Tho ceremony which was suitable and impressive was with a ring little Horace Jones being the ring boy Tho bride worn a whlto dress of beautiful Porto Rlcan embroidery and carried a bouquet ot bride roeco The thirtythree guests after tendering congratulations wroto tholr names In the wedding book and then wore taken to the dining room Hero were tho mellow gleam of can die and a table adorned with wed ding and brides cakes It was whis pered that tho bride hail herself rondo the wedding cake and it was fully con ceded that better cako was never oat en Icecream coffee and sweets tel lowed The wedding presents of china linen cutglozs and silver were ninny and beautiful When tho bride had thrown her roses for her unmarried lady friends tho company broko up with hearty congratulations for tho newly wedded pair Mr and Mrs Pow will bo at homo to their friends after February tint at lalntsvlllo Kentucky SCHWEIRINGJAMISON Mr Oscar C Schwlcring sprung a pleasant surprise on his friends hero by returning with a charming bride from his Christmas vocation Mrs Schwloring was Miss Willetta Jamison I of Chicago and Wapcllo la Tho cou ple wero quietly niArried at the homo I of tho brides relatives In Chicago on Jan 3 and came directly here arriving Tuesday night They were warmly welcomed at the station by a group of the bridegrooms friends They are expecting to live with Prof and Mrs Robertson KINNARD YOUNG Word has been received here of the wedding in Lexington last Friday of Mr Harry B Klnnard of this place tad Miss Valeria Young famous thru out horso circled everywhere as a rider of show IIOTBCS They were mar sled at tho homo of Mrs Neal a relieve of the bride by her father who- a4 clergyman They will live in Jmahawhero the bridegroom makes his headquarters JIIIJIII The modern newspaper is the greatest fabric of our civilization It has servants in every country ambassadors in the courts of the kings messengers in the camps of the armies experts the studies nud labratories of the scientists reporters in constant touch with pressbehelpful or thriving or patriotic all that is worth while is winnowed daily from the happening of the world and served to the public at the ridiculous price of one or two cents What do you think of the intelligence of the man who refuses tofpurchase such a product at sucha priceJlllJIIIII LOAFING DAYS These arc the loafing days The wind Is sharp and bitingout of doors the snow occasionally makes walking hard andwhen the ground is clear the roads and paths are muddy and slippery The woods are fipggy grid the barns are cold and it is mighty fine to stretch r e of a fine old backlog fire or to sit and talk M BS around tho fat stove in the post office And lots of fellow e doing it toe editor stopped into a couptry store the other day Around the stove sat seven men each able bodied and none of them saying anythingof Importance They wero just loafing and having rather poor time of it Their time is worth tram a dollar a day apiece up to perhaps two dollars but none of ihem were earning anything No one had any work to offer them and perhaps that was some ex ctise but if they had been a little wiser each of those fellows would havo known that they could have worked for themselves and that they could earn just as much at itas if some man was paying them money Really that days loaf was costing each man at least the price he could have got for a days work And none of them were rich enough to afford to pay a dollar for the kind of fun they were gettingAbout this matter of working for yourself Some fellows seem to think that the only work that is worth while is the work that brings in monoy But stop a minute What is the money good lorf Just what it will bring in the way of food or comfort isnt it f So if you can make a days work give you a dollars worth of comfort arent you just as well off as if you had earned a dollar and then so spent it f Certainly you are And those fellows even if they didnt have a chance to earn money were giving up that day a dollars worth of comfort But there is another Many a time if not always a man can do up a lot of work in advance When crop time comes there is not time enough to do nil the work that almost any hustling follow wants to got done so part of it gets slighted with poorer crops and less profit as a result A few days work in the winter will help a lot Fences can be mended now barns put in shape brush cleared upand tools mended and sharpened It will all help when crop time comes around And then time put in on making good shelter for the stock is never lost Stock will eat a quarter less if it is well sheltered from the wind That means money tho days put in on making a shelter will come buck in smaller cost of keeping and fattening stock It pays to cut up the feed for the stock too and if a cutter is lacking still it can be done with an old corn knife and will save feed and money Oh there is always plenty of profitable- work that U man can do for himself if he wants to hunt for But it is mighty easy and pleasant to loaf Ive been there A friend was in our office the other day on his way back from n far away staloa state where the farmers have tho reputation of being about the richest In the country Ho was much surprisedat some of the things ho saw First he had always supposed the land there was much richer than here but he found it was no richer at all Arid then ho was surprised at the way the men worked Weather did not make the slightest difference to them ho said were at it everyday and put in n good days work six days oufof every week No loafing at all be found My friend had hit on the exact reason why those farmers are so well off They earn every cent they have and they know it and they are busy earning money every day No loafing for them Whether they are working for some one else or not they know that every days work done is that much more in their pockets and that much moro comfort for them and they never let n J minute lie idle They cant afford to How about you my friend t Can you afford a dollar a day for your loafing We havo spoken several times lately about danger to women and children from having open fires unprotected Day after day we read in the papers of some little childs falling into the mass of fire or of some wmmans getting her skirts caught and dying in awful agony The danger is iu every home in this country n dollar or two for screens or little work will prevent it My friend how will you feel if your wife or baby is found some day burned to death f LEGISLATURE OPENS Gov Willson Sends Long Message Discussing v Deficit and Asking County Unit Bill Democrats In Full Control The legislature began Itu biennial cession In Frankfort on Tuesday of this week and will do Its worst for the next sixty days As was to be ex pected the Democrats have complete control and aro using It They put thru the full slate of offices In both houses and by tho manner of their reception of tlio governors message Indicated that they will proceed to do just as they blame please Tho now Speaker of the House Is Goo S Wilson Tho Speaker pnotem SICombsGov Wlllsoae message ono moat valuable which boa ever boon sent to a Kentucky legislature was received1 with very little courtesy and Indicated the Intention of tho Demo cratic majority to push their advantage to the utmost and to pay no at tention to the nonpartisan legisla tlon which Is demanded by tile needs of the people and the state The mes sago Is much longer than usual and II too long to be reproduced heroin full Its most Important part is that Thallblamenow confronts the state in its finan cial affairs is laid by the Governor at the door of the Democrats and he makes a strong plea for care In the YoUng of appropriations HA also urges a county unit bill and discusses tho constant action of Democratic leg islatures In attempting to curtail the powers allowed by the constitution to the governor when it happens as In the present case that the peoplo have chosen a man tor chief execu tive who Is of a different party from that in control of tho Logtalature No work of any Importance lies been done yet and when It does como Tho Citizen will have a full and clear accountIAPOLOGY One of tho finest things in this world for a printer Is a linotype ma chine when it works When It dont work we hate to say what It Is like This week it didnt work for over a day right in the rush and the result Is that we are a day late getting out Tho Citizen We hope it wont happen often and offer our apologies ITS CATCHING Smile inl the world smiles with you knock and you go alone for tho cheerful grin will let you In where the kicker Is never known Growl and the way looks dreary laugh and too path is bright for a Lolesome smile brings sunshine while a frown shuts out the light IlIIg dud the world Is harmonious grniulilc arid tlifis go wrong and nil the Uuio jaj are out ot rhyme wlJi ihn fcuy tailing hrngKickIJ- LDd theres trouble brewing whistle life Is gay and tha woriAs tone a toy InJune and tbcload all melt cynBxefea s d 1909 The New Year 1910 t I II p Ironvite you to start the New Year right by opening an account with us We appreciate our customers and to take care of their business whether or small to their entire satisfacI tionkti f + + I Berea Bank Trust CoESTABLISHED 1901 The Bank for All the People WASHINGTON LETTER Fight Betwepn President and Aldrich Crowd Seems LikelyPresident to Make Demands for Real Reforms Cannon Beaten and Insurgents Go ing After Rules Washington D C Jan 1 1910 The newspaper corrospondenits are happy at lost and sniff the baUle from afar yea they paw up thoi earth like war horses and sharpen their pencils with Joy in their countenances For behold ht looks like Taft was going to bo heard from soon Up to this time there has been such a loud silence In the of the White neighborhoodI paper men have been they would lose their Jobs There was nothing for them to writs Down oll the Capitol was the Insurgent I surging right along without gettingI any furder or forrader as the saying goes and the attack on Cannon but what are they compared to the terri fic roars which have been In the habit of Issuing from the White House Tarts silent policy has lost him more friends among the newspaper men than anywhere else for they need news in their business and ho has been busy keeping quiet But now at last there seems to be a pretty good chance that he will start something and they ore happy onto more The talk about his next message to Congress has pretty well settled down and there are strong in dications that there will bo more mean and loss stuffing in the next bird ho serves up to the legislators Tho warn- lug of the Insurgents that his pro gramme would have to be announced soon if it was to have any help from them may not have had any effect but sure it Is that tho tlmo has come at last when It is pretty near possible to tell what Pros Tafts programme will be We shall all know for sure in a tow weeks but hero goes for a prophecyWe to predict that Pres Taft within a short time will send to I Congress messages in which he will ask legislation to provide the following things Amendments strcngthlng the Inter I State Commerce Act I Voluntary Incorporation of concerns doing an interstate business Conservation of natural resources Reforms in the organization of the armyReorganization of the Navy The Nicaraguan affair Of these things his attitude on thou InterState Corporalon law has alread been discussed In these letters Ot even more Importance will be the amendments to tho Interstate Corn1 mere act These amendments wlUPro1vldtJThat an examination of all the I railroads In this country shall be made by tho InterState Commerce Commission to determine just howI much those roads are worth how much they would bring at a fair sale That all Interstate railroads shall be prohibited from owning any stock in other roads which ought to compel wIUlthemImercer Commission wweTJ Ji i Wwtlnued on Pourth rake K Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper r try st House I IN OUR OWN STATE Hopeful for Powers Weather A FrIghtHigh Record for Corn Prosecution of Bur lev SocIety again- RumoredMine on Fire i AWFUL COLDHow about this weather anyhow Lost Thursday morning It was tho coldest It bas been hereabouts for six years Also the cold spell was the longest In about that length of time On Friday the thermometer went up fiftyfive degrees in twentyfour hours Now wejl there la no telling how it wlllr be by the time we can get this Pfntred but la is a safe bet it will b something unplorsantrr4 CORN HIGH Corn sold In Lex lugton last week for the highest price that cereal has brought there for many years Two hundred barrels were sold for 460 a barrel The corn Is to be delivered at that price next June July and August The e price for corn to be delivered right away Is 3 and 360 i barrel BURLEY SUIT More Information Is beginning to come from Washing ton about the proposed suit against the Durley Tobacco Society It Is now sold that the suit will bo both civil and criminal and that an at tempt will be made to put some ot tho officers In jail It is claimed that the Society Is as much of a trust as any big corporation and that It will have to suffer accordingly MINE ON FlREA big flro has started In tho mines of the West Kentucky Coal Co at Sturgis Ky Two mines havo boon scaled and are being flooded to stop tha flames No men wero caught Inside MORRIS FOR POWERS Jackson Morris on his return to Frankfort from his home after the holidays gave cut an Interview In which he predicted the overwhelming defeat of Edwards by Powers Mr Morris Is quoted as saying that thousands of dollars will be contributed by his friends as a campaign fund tho he adds that tho Powers sentiment Is so strong that there will be no need fontJUDGE KILLS HIMSELF Judge J C Voris of Georgetown killed himself last week It is thought tho reason Is that he failed to deliver a speech successfully at a big dinner given tho night beforo- BENDERWAGERS On Christmas morning at the Disci plea parsonage Mr Ernest A Bender and Miss Grace Wagers were united Iin marriage The beautiful simple and impressive ceremony was perform ed by the Rev Mr Coloman and wit hosed by about forty friends of the contracting couple Tho straightfor ward manliness 08 the groom and the sweet wlnsomnosa of the bride were good to see and can never be forgotten by the little company assem roomItrip Mr and their home In rooms at the Disciples par sonage and their many friends rejoice to have them remain In our little town where both are BO well and favor ably known LillonIhis humility darling Coleridge 4 aMy 0 ei r thUI5PEQLi SMuilI SYNOPSIS Murrar Sinclair and his gang of wreck trs were called out to clear the railroadntracks nt Smoky Creek roung road superintendent caught Sin lootingthenocence declaring it only amounted to n email suma treat for the men McCloud discharged the whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned McCloud became acquainted with Dlcksle Dunning a girl of the west who came to look at the toldPresidentClouds brave fight against a gang or eforIlls office McCloud arranged board at sx tbe Sinclalrbtheforemansntor was the daughter of the late Rich IUd Dunning who had died of a broken Mart ehortly after his wife a demise marl1ed notified openwitcht1D and the car robbed Two men hkilledbuttailedcarriedtorclblyunnlng refused the railroad a rightof Dickalefnterfere4delude met McCloud on a lonely trail to hiswysudden rise of the Stone rtv cr created consternation Dleksle and Ma Willstieringtook his men to fight the river Lance unnlng welcomed them cordially Mc noodIckledesertMwifehavingEtalennX At Daggs ranch Du Sang killed oldaggs Whispering Smith befriended his VllllamscacheRebstockklngstock refused Smith declared he old clean out the whole gang Inclu thedttllallothlIeirtedhorsethIefSInclairMcdoud Sinclair visited Dunning and avusgiven sympathy Dlcksle knew of started for Medl coualntorShepassed Madons doctor who attended her refused Sinclair McCloud Smith came but Sinclair had gone herengagementCHAPTER XLcontlnued It was beyond human endurance to support the leaden death The little square of brass between the sights wavered Seagrue stumbled doubled plungedlooselyporing Smith threw his fire toward the bowlder behind which Sinclair disappearedSuddenly from the point were not coming his way lIe was aware of a second rifle duel above the bend Wlckwlro worm Ing his way down the stream had un covered Sinclair and young Robstock from behind A yell between the hots rang across the wash and the cringing figure of a man ran out toward Whispering Smith with his hands 3t1gh in the air and pitched headlong skulkerVarneywires fire The shooting ceased Silence fell upon the gloom of the dusk Then andWlckwirehot for their companions Kennedy and Bob Scott dashed down toward the river bed on their horses Sea erne lay on his face Young Rob hiskneessome distance Wickwire and Smith againstthepoInt In his hands his rifle was held across his lap just as ho had dropped on his knee to fire He had never moved after ho was struck His head drooping a little rested against the hisheavyasleepScott forMurrayWhen he Jumped behind the point to a pick Whispering Smith oft tho ledgo underWlckwires 1 yardsbadtemples CHAPTER XLI Back to the Mountain In the cottage In buoy street one waltlngItdisappointedllko ReallyHo was to be In at six oclock Mr Lee said and here it is ten and all your QyouLook me in tho eye have you heard sIrom Gordon Smithin bNoty SNotrer g lW IKANKHSPEABMANlUtlS- TMTIONSm BY ANDRE BWLI5crCOPYwcgT BY CURscSCRI8NEN tWs Dickslo sitting forward In her chair bent her eyes upon the fire It Is so I wonder where ho Is to ight How he laves you Marlon He told me everything when ho said goodby He made me promise not to keepItMarion smiled A year Isnt forever Dlcksle Well Its pretty near forever when you are In love declared Dtekslo en ergetically I know Just how he l she went on In a quieter tone Ho felt that all the disagreeable excitement and talk we had here then bore heaviest on you He said If he stayed in Medicine Bend the news papers never would cease talking and people never would stop annoying you and you know George did say they were asking to have passenger trains eld hero just so people could see hispering Smith And Marlon think yetthatcould we notify him without knowing where he was And he doesnt know that trains are running up the Crawl ling Stone valley Mercy a year goes like an hour when youre In love doesnt it George said he knew we should hear from him within six monthsand George has never yet been mistaken excepting when ho said I should grow to like the railroad Sand businessand now It is a year and no news from him Dlcksle sprang from her chair I am going to call up Mr Rooney Leo and Just demand my husband I I think Mr Leo handles trains shockingly every tlmo George tries to get homo like this on Saturday nightsnow dont you And passen ger trains ought to set out of the way anyway when a division superintendent is trying to get home What dif ference does It mate to a passenger Id like to know whether ho is a few hours loss or longer In getting to Call fornia or Japan or Manila or Hong Kong or Buzzards Gulch provided ho Is safe and you know there has not been accident on the division for year Marion Theres a step now Ill bet thats George The door opened and it was George Oh honey cried Dlckslo softly waving her arms as she stood an in stant before she ran to him But havent I been awaltln for you Too bad and Marlon ho exclaimed turning without releasing his wife from his arms how can I ever make good for all this delay Oh yes Ive had dinner Never for heavens sake watt dinner for mel But walt both of you till you hear the newel Dickslo kept her hands on his shoulders You have heart from Whisper- Ing Smith I have- I know ItI Walt till I get II straight Mr la hereI came In with him is- is car Ho has news of Whispering One of our freight traffic men tbp Puget sound country who has In a hospital in Victoria learned tho merest accident thiit Gordon mith was lying in tho soma hospital typhoid fever Marlon rose swiftly Then the I time has come thank God when I can do something for him and I am solo g to him tonight Flno I cried McCloud So am and that is why Im late Then I sm going too exclalme- Dlckslo solemnly Do you mean IU asked her husband Shall we let her Marlon Mr Bucks says I am to take his car and take Earnhardt and keep the car there till I can bring Gordon back Mr Bucks and his secretary will ride tonight as far as Bear Dance with u and in tho morning they Join M Glover there McCloud looked at his watch If you are both going can you be read by 12 oclock for th China mall Wo can be ready In an hour d clared Dlcksle throwing her arm hn around Marlons neck cant we Marlon 1 I can be ready in 30 minutes Then by heaven McClou- studied his watch What is it George Wo wont watt for tho midnig train We will take an engine run special to Green River overhaul the Coast Limited and save a whole day George pack your suitcase quick dear and you too Marlon suitcases are all we can tako cried Dlcksl- pushing her husband toward the be room Ill telephone Rooney Leo to Seagrue Stumbled to the an an engine myself right away Dear mo It is kind of nice to bo able to order up a train when you want one PorhapImake George a vicepresident In half an hour they had Joined Bucks In his car and Bill Dancing was piling tho baggage into the ve tlbule Ducks was sitting down to co fee Chairs had been provided at the table and after tho greetings Muck seating Marlon Sinclair at his rig hemeand Barnhardt and McCloud at left asked Dickslo to sit opposite and pour the coffee You are a railroad mans wife now and you must learn to assume responsibility McCloud looked apprehensive am afraid she will be assuming the whole division if you encourago her too much Mr Bucks Marrying a railroad man contin thoughtIsif you have yotir husband half the time you are lucky Then too in tho mayhavefalls off Its a little light at thin mo ment too How should you take It If vro had to put him on a freight train for a while Mrs McCloud 7 Oh Mr Bucks Or suppose ho should bo promoted and should have to go to headquarters youknowReally Dlcksle looked more dc inure as she Oiled the presidents cup really I often say to Mr McCloud that 1 cannot believe Mr Bucks Is president of this great road He always looks to me to be man on the whole executhostaff Two lumps of sugar Mr Bucks The bachelor president rolled hll oyes as ho reached for hli cup Than you Mrs McCloud only one afte AlLl I yearde I manager by this time Nothing could hold a man back own a man of his modesty whoso wife can say as nice things as that By tho way Mrs Sin clair docs this man keep you supplied with transportationT Oh I have my annual Mr Bucks Itrme see It a moment He adjusted his anod 11tt1eon I Itand wrote across tho back of it over plBsengertrains Dlckslde or three towns on the ranch Mrs Me Cloud htTwo or threeI Oh no only one yet Mr Ducks They are laying out o such a pretty town Cousin Lance is superintending the street work whom do you think I am going name it after You I think dondt am one rtown named Dunning there will be two stations on the ranch you know and I think really there ought to b threeAs many as that I dont believe you can operate lino that long Mr Bucks with stations 14 miles apart Bucks opened hl eyes In benevolent surprise Dlcksl- unabashed kept right on Well you know how traffic Is increasing over there with the trains runnin only two months now Why the so tiers are fairly pouring into the country Will you give me a corner lot if we put another station on the ranch I will give you two If you will give us excursions and run some of the Overland passenger trains through the valley Bucks threw back his head an laughed In his tremendous way I dont know about that I darent prom- Ise offhand Mrs McCloud But If you can get Whispering Smith to comeback you might lay the matter before him He Is to take charge of all the colonist business when he returns Whispering Smith lying on his iron bed In tho hospital professed not to be able quite to understand why they had made such a fuss about it He underwent the excitement of the appearance of Barnhardt and the first talk with McCloud and Dickslo with hardly a rise In his temperature and lying in tho sunshine of the afternoon he was waiting for Marlon She ra half blinded across the room an dropped on her knco beside him My dear Marlon why did they drag you away out hero They did not drag me away out hero Did you expect me to sit with folded hands when I heard you were 111 anywhere In the wide world 1 Ho looked hungrily at her I didnt suppose any one in the wide world would take it very seriously Mr McCloud is crushed this afternoon to think you have said you would not go back with him You would not believe how ho misses you It has been pretty lonesome for the last year I didnt think it could be so lonesome anywhere Nor did I Have you noticed iU I shouldnt think you could in the mountains Wai there much water last spring Ilea r ens Id like to see the Crawling Stone again Why dont you come back He folded her hands in his own afraidtc near you as not tell you What need you be afraid to tiiiono That I have loved you so longiHer head sunk close to bitoDont you know you brave said me many times without words IveI 1only been waiting for a chance to to you how happy it makes mo to thin it U true THE END v Women In PerllaIDr EmmMlno Stuart niece of the veteran Bishop Stuart tolls of her ox pcrloncea In Persia where she says there Is unfailing courtesy of the of fleers to travelers Upon one occasion she was offered the escort of tho mu- 1tnry from Ispahan to Teheran an found that she had to ride on u tun carriage horses harnessed six In hand and double stages made The medical missions are tho safest places In time of peril in Persia she says not only for Europeans but for the Persian f thtmaolvet rr1IIt The Baptism and Temptation of Jesus Sunday School Lesion for Jan 9 1910 Specially Arranged for This Paper MSSON TEXT Matt S U If 4111 Mmory verse i 10 1L liOlUnN TKXTln that tie hAth Buffered bring tempted he Is able to cur i ur them that nro tempted Heb 211 TIME The baptism was probably In January A D SI tho temptation the 40 days Immediately following PLACKJMUS came to John from Nazareth The baptism of Uethabara on one of the fords of tho Jordan The Judeatplace Mount Quarnntnnla Suggestion and Practical Thought 1 The Training School of Ills Early Life Jesus was both human and di vine the Son of God taking upon himself tho nature of man lie could re veal the nature and tho will of God because ho personally know Oat and eternal llfo and therefore could spook with tho authority of perfect knowl edge But the human nature must grow and bo trained so as to become tho fitting Instrument of tho divine The Schools and Schoolmasters ot the Young Jesus I Tho grace of God was upon him 2 He was brought up in the at mosphere of a deeply religious home 3 Ho was a student at the Bible and n member of a Sabbath school synlIgogue tho counterpart of our church II The Baptism of Jesus Ills Pub lie Announcement of life Position on the Side of Religion and Righteous ness Matt 31317 Cometh Jesus homehat near Jericho over which passed tho great andswas kingdom of God Tho announcement and the one announced camp together tinewas I have need etc I am the sinful hisaswhich moved the Baptist to his Indlg sWant tctuealJahn Watsons Ufo of bloatere16 Suffer It permit It for thus It becometh us both of us alltwhat Is right what ought to be done Why was Jesus baptised T 1 It was his public announcement of his posi tion that ho stood on the side of re ligion and righteousness 2 It was an Identifying of himself with humanity sharing their lot suf sind ity an undefiled brother tempted like as we are yet without sin touched with the feeling of our In firmities and thus able to succor them that are tempted 3 Ho was baptized as an example for all his followers Ills Anointing as Priest and King 16 Wont up straightway out of theater and up the bank of tho river Ho was praying as ho wont Luke 321 Tho heavens were opened symbolizing the fuller vision of Jesus Into the eternal realities Heaven and all Its powers and blessings were with him He saw the Spirit of God descending bestowing upon him tho Spiritdand of righteousness and of Judg moat III His Victory In the Battle with Temptation Tho Great Crisis of Ills Life Matt 4111 First The Battlefield V 1 Jesus led up of the spirit lie went out to meet his great enemy It was part of the divine plan The test was necessary before ho could enter upon Mt great work Hli llfo questions must bo nettled onto for all Into the wilderness the lonely mountainous regions northeast of Jerusalem Tho real battle was fought on tho battlefield of the soul where are ought tho greatest battles in all time The enemy was Satan the adversary n real being How could a holy being bo tempt ed Only by tho good that was in him by natural appetite as hunger by tho desire to do good to escape pain to satisfy right desires Second The Long Campaign V And when ho had fasted forty ddoge The real spirit of lasting lies n so intensely absorbed that does not feel the sensation of Jesus was so Intent on sot tling the great questions that con himwhether he was tho Son f God In what way ho should accom push his mission In prayer for guid on1lofkwas no food to be obtained Both Mark and Luke say ho was probablyInthree great assaults now to be described which sum up the conflict Third Three Great Battles and Victories Vs 210 Note that these temptations all camo in reference to the means of establishing tho king dom of God ngland Whatever else my Lord shall bo to mo ho shall not be a counterfeit man exposed to counterfeit fire a mere bynanddsham tight and mine the actual struggle or ho can bo no leader for me Ho himself suffered being tempted He loll tho real heat of the fire he tall tho fascination of the real seduc ton Jesus of Nazareth had the real battle to wage ANew Romance 1 of Russia andiapanwill Soon in This Paper An American gentleman is good company for any princess that walks the surface of the globe eThe ofatts Uazard r I By GEORGE HORTON C A riot of bravo chances in Japan and Manchuria just before the- RussoJapanese War The interest comes in waves of exciting incident that rise higher and higher and sweep the reader on and on tAt every turn the readers thirst for information about the lands of focused inter est is satisfied CBut the storyeis the thing LIt is Fred Hardy knight of the Twentieth Century who rivets attention Fred Hardy and the Princess whom he wooea and saved and wonWatch for th- eOpening Chapter IATrio of Indian Braves l g liE story of probably the greatest Indian heroine in American hIstorya girl to whom tho nation owes Its possession of the great northwest has not been written No legends are told from mother to daughter ot her patience rourago and suffering no poet has tuned his lay to her story history itself does not contain her name Ono honor has been paid her Tho women of Oregon have caused to bo graven In Immortal bronzo a statue of Sncajawcn or Snhcnhgarwenh tho bird woman the Shoshone prin cess whoso assistance to Lewis and Clark mado possible tho success of that historic expedition and unveiled to civilization a mighty empire More than a century ago tho Sho shoncs dwelt by tho clear waters of tho Snake river In the far northwest Tho mighty and powerful Mlnltarccs or Illackfoct wore their dreaded one mlos and at frequent Intervals swept silently and swiftly down upon them burning their villages killing their men and carrying oft their women In ono of those raids which took place about tho year 1799 the Blackfcot captured and carried oft Sacajawea then a girl 11 or 12 years old and with her n girl companion who es Gaped on tho journey to the eastward tier Hlackfcot captors took Sacajawca to tho Mandan country and Bold her into slavery She became the property of a French trapper and frontlors man by tho name of Chnrbonneau and when she reached her early teens was taken by Charbonniiau as one of his squaws Ono day In October 1801 William Clark and Morrlwothor Lewis arrived at tho Mandan village with an ex ploring expedition headed for tho Pa cific northwest far beyond even tho Shoshono country and went Into win ter quarters In tho spring they would push on Sacajawca heard of It Her husband had already been employed as Interpreter Sho visited Capt Lewis nnd Cnpt Clark early In November and offered to go along as a guide Her services were accepted and Clmrbonncau ana Sacajawca now joined tho whlto mens camp and be came a part of the expedition Tho westward journey was begun on tho first Sunday In April 1805 the r party consisting of 32 white omen and with them went Clmrbonncau and Cacajawca with her twomonthold papoose strapped to her back Thus sho carried him to tho waters of tho Pacific ocean and back to Fort Man dan though a frail woman not yet 18 years old- They mado tholr way up tho river In cottonwood canoes and at length came to Sunday Island where they anchoredSoon the captains named a river In her honor tho Sacajawea now set down on tho maps as Crooked creek In Montana Thenco on to tho mountains Sacajawea bore her share of tho exhausting hardships helping draw tho boats along when time rapids were too powerful to be stemmed with the paddles and often her feet were painfully bruised by tho sharp stones and the prickly pear Finally the woman was taken ill with a fever and slnco the expedition was dependent upon her for guidance and other assistance a halt of several weeks was mado until she was able to goon In July tho expedition camped on the very spot whore Sacajawea hud been captured five years before nn event which slue now realistically de scribed to her comrades Later they came to a place called Beavers Head which she recognized She told the a captains that it was not far from the summer residence of tho and that she was certain that they would meet them soon Hut It was not until the first days ot August aft er many days of frightful hunger that they reached the Lcnibl or Snako river a handsome bold creek of clear water running to the westward and found beyond doubt that they wero In tho Shoshono country A tow days later Capt Clark whllo making n reconnaissance came suddenly upon three Indian women whom ho cap tured They wero tho first Indians that tbo party had seen since leaving fort Mandan In April Following close upon tho capture ot tho women appeared a band of Sho shono warriors ready for n battle taking the strangers tor their ancient enemies tho Blackfeet When sho saw tho mounted warriors approach ing Sacajawca danced for joy and made a sign which Indicated that they wero members of her own tribe One of the captured women when she saw Sacajawea ran to her and throw her arms around her neck It was the girl who hind been captured with her nnd who had escaped The presence 01 the woman with tho expedition con vlnced tho warriors that they had not met a war party and a parley fol lowed The description of the meeting between Sacajawoa and the chief of tho Shoshones Is as follows Whllo Sacajawea was renewing among the women the friendships of former days Capt Clark went on and was received by tho chief who after tho first salutations were over conducted hint to n circular tent or shade of willows After much ceremony the smoking began After this the conference was to bo opened Glad of an opportunity of being ableI to converse more Intelligently they sent for Sacajawea who como Into tho tent sat down and was beginning to Interpret when In the person of Cameawalt the chief sho recognized her brother She instantly jumped up and ran and embraced him throw ing over him her blanket and weep- Ing profusely Tho chief was himself moved though not In tho same do gree After somo conversation bo twcon them she resumed her seat and attempted to Interpret for us but her now situation seemed to overpower her and sho was frequently Interrupted by tears- Although the temptation to remain with her own people was great Saca Jawea was loyal to her promise to guide tho white men over tho moun tains and solicited help from her brother telling him how kind Capt Lewis and Capt Clark had been to her especially In her Illness Camo await yielded to her entreaties and persuaded his men to furnish horses and Induced some of thou to go along as guides It was a cold rainy day In Novem ber before the party wall able to raise the Joyful shout which Xenophon9 Greeks raised upon another historical occasion Thalnssn TlialnsmU Tho sea Tho seatho object of all their labors tho reward of all their anxieties tho Pacific Sncajawea was overawed by the sight of the great water but as soon as she overcame her fears her delight was unbounded and she was wildly demonstrative The expedition remained on tho coast during tho winter and It was not until the middle of March that the return Journey began In the months that followed much of their former sufferings and privations wero re Vented In July before leaving tho mountains tho expedition was divided Lewis heading directly for tho falls of the Missouri and Clark with ten men and Sacajawca taking the moro circuitous route to tho Yellowstone trySacajaweaher companions safely to tho meeting placo near the falls of the Missouri whence they traveled Joyfully down the river to Fort Mandan whoro they arrived In August J806 Here Chrr bqnncau and tho bird womnn bade Lewis and Clarl good by Sacajawea was last heard ot In 1811 whon sho and Clmrbonncau were met on tho upper Missouri by tta traveler Ureckenridge LEAGUE FORMINGTO TRUSTS Consumers May Discontinue the Use of Food Products Where the Price Has Been Raised Washington D eA definite scheme to reduco the cost of necessi ties nnd to break down exorbitant prices of food Is being worked out hero through tho formation of a Na tlonal Antitrust League The meeting was attended by Champ Clark democratic leader of the house of representatives Representatives Alexander Qnd Murphy of Missouri Martin of South Dakota Klnkend of Nebraska McKlnloy of California Morgan of Oklahoma and others Representatives Bartholdt of Mis sourl and Foster of Vermont sent letters expressing sympathy with the movementTho contemplates tho organ- Ization of consumers for tho purpose of n simultaneous discontinuance of articles of food tho price of which has been raised through any cause To this end a countrywide organiza lion Is to bo perfected with an authorized director In ench state who will keep In touch with the central na tional body located here- On a given Into It Is proposed with out notice to tho offending combine or parties In control of a food product to send out word from tho central body for tho discontinuance of tho use of time product for which exorbitant prices are demanded UNCLE SAMS COIN- CORRECT TO A PENNY Not a Coin Found Misting and Retir ing Treasurer Gets Receipt for Over a Billion Washington D CTo count the coins and securities In tho United States treasury it has taken a com mittee ot four persons Burpervlslng from 30 to 10 counting experts almost two months Upon lime retirement of Charles H Treat as treasurer It became fleece nary for a counting of the contents of tho vaults to be made and the Incom ing treasurer Leo McClung gave a receipt for all valuables Monday Mr McClung will give to Mr treat d receipt for 12597uC370 tho exact contents of the treasury Not n cent was found to bo missing from Undo Sams pocketbook It was the quickest count ever made by the treasury and was absolutely necessary before Mr Treat could he relieved of tho responsibility of the office Tho count Included lCti21317 silver dollar pieces Miss Louise Taft Married Now Yorkln time presence ot lior undo the president of tho United States and a limited number of rela tives and Intimate friends Miss Louise W Taft only daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Waters Taft was married at her homo No 30 West 48th street to Mr George II Snowdon of Seattle nn alumnus of Yale whore he was classmate of her brother Mr Val bridge S Taft Cause of Increased Cost of Living New YorkWa are living In the tiutomobllo age In this epigram President Taft on lda arrival In Now York epitomized his view of the basic cause of the Increasing cost of living In the United States Further than this tho President would express no opinion for publication on what he agreed Is ono of time most vital prob lams of tho times- industries Arc Destructive Now YorlcIn a paper prepared by II V Mercer of till Minnesota Em ployes Compensation Commission and read boforo tho American Association for Labor Legislation It was pointed out that the whole Confederate army was unable to kill as ninny Union men in five years of war as are killed and crippled In our Industries In a single year 5000 Ransom Demanded Louisville KyAhl Information ex cept the actual receiving of a letter from sonic town In Ohio promising the return of Alma Kollner to her parents on payment of 5000 ransom is refused at tho Kellner home Tho girl disappeared December S and tho demand for ransom received although It may not bo genuine brought with It tho first real hope for her recovery Swarthy Sovereign Near Death Paris According to private reports received In Paris Hrapcror Menollk of Abyssinia Is ngaln at the point of death lie has paralysis anil lost nil power of speech nsMorse More Time New York Pending argument on his application for n writ of error Charles W Morse tho convicted hank er will not ho sent to a federal prison to beeln his 15 year pciitnicfl Railroads Invaded New Territory Chicago ilLTho railroads of the United States constructed a tptal of 37IS miles Of IIQW lines during the present year which is an Increase of GS1 miles as corhnarcd with the year previous With tho exception of 1908 the present year was the lightest 12 months period so far as new con structlon Is concerned In eight years Turkeys New Premier Constantinople Haaka Bey ambas sador to Italy has accepted tho olllce of grand vizier lie will leave Home for Constantinople Immediately TEA TO CURE OPIUM HABIT Grows In Malasla and Drinking It Stcps Craving for Druo Discov ery an Accident The missionaries In China and India and tho governments of Australia and other countries which have prohibit ed tho Importation of opium in their efforts to check the consumption of tho drug will bo removed to hear of the discovery of a tea plant which Is reputed to be effective In destroy ing the desire for opium In the Agricultural Bulletin of tho Malay States It Is announced that this plant has been discovered In Malasla and Is said to grow In tho Malayan Peninsula and archipelago It has been Identified by botanists In England as Combretum Sundalcum and now Is known In the Straits Settlement as tho antiopium plant It was first discovered by a party of wood cutters who ran out of tea and to supply Its place took tho leaves of a Junglo climber dried them and made an Infusion in the ordinary way This made the men ill so tho leaves wore subsequently roasted when a fair substitute for tea was obtained which had no ill effects Then for some obscure reason tengo opium dross or the refuse of opium after be- Ing smoked was mixed with It and tho men continued drinking tho mix ture for a week or more After this tlmo it was found that all deslro for opium had been lost Friends of the men were told ot the discovery and so tho news was spread and others were induced to try the remedy Tho Y M C A has taken up the discovery in the far east and Is devoting Its attention to tho distribution of the medicine The opium curso is recognized as tho greatest enemy of all missionary Influences among the yellow races in the far cast and the discovery of an antiopium remedy of this kind has been hailed with delight The Anti Opium society of Selangor Is paying all expenses ot securing the medicine on condition that it bo distributed without charge In many places the distributers have handed the med iclno out to 600 applicants daily the mixture being given out thus An applicant brings with him two bottles old brandy or whisky bottles filled with the decoction and into ono of the two bottles Is placed the usual quantity of opium dross This is not repeated tho bottlo containing it be- Ing filled up from the other bfittle which contains none so that gradually the proportion of opium is reduced to nothing If tho applicant comes a second timo no opium is usedWith regard to Its chemical nature nothing has yet been discovered eith or In the leaves or atoms of the plant or In tho decoction of the roasted drug which would account for Its physiological valuo Sonic medical men have averred that they can find no real value In the plant and that the effect Is simply due to faith in tho mind of the consumer But In spite of this tho missionary societies contend that hundreds of men and women have taken tho euro and have held their ground for more than years although some have relapsed into the habit And they hold that there must be virtue In the plant since tho craving for opium Is not a mental but almost entirely a physical one And it is that physical craving which disappears BIBLE HINTS TO TEMPERANCE As with All Other Moral Evils Intem perance Is to Ds Driven Out with Spiritual Life It Is characteristic of the Bible that references to efforts for temperance are all in connection with religion The Hebrew priests wero allowed tr drink unfermented wines except at times of religious gathering and services Lev 10 9 and Ezek 44 21 The vows of tho Nazarltcs and Ro clmbltcg were religious vows Women In tho New Testament are taught not to drink as becometh holiness Tit 2 3 men aro exhorted not to drink not merely on moral grounds but lest they make some weaker brother to pf tend Rom 14 21Tbe whole teach ing Is thus put not on tho mere neg ative ground of fighting an evil but on tho positive ground of preaching higher spiritual life Paul writes to tho Bplieslans 5 18 Bo not drunk with wIno but bo filled with tho Spirit The evil of Intemperance ac cording to the Bible as with all other moral evils Is to bo driven out not by time mere battle against It but by tho expulsive power of a new spir itual life Drink Expenditure Sonic suggestive matter dealing with alcohol us a cause of Insanity la contained In tho Annual roportrjust Issued In Great Britain of Dr James Mldillemlss of the Ryhopo lunatic asylum Srtnderland Touching on tho decrease In tho number of patients ho attributes It In a great measure to the trado depression which has Ue unveil many of tho mean p ojt4s curingl ova upflltOSpf alcqh61e J prevented an unhealthy striving for amusement Here we havwG very striking illustration Less spending power less drink less lunacy 1885 Berea College 190 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Maces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1221 students from 23 states and 6 foreign countries Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith other like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture 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 ted booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Loam and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young mall may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Homo Semen ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Ow man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wits use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods Tht 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 flrstcla certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture arid training necessary for a true teachor and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with auy course Small extras fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re coined from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bares 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 trams tho best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Beroa live In College buildings cad assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Somo who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents toy one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wrap i Cooperativeother necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fino buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ins bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return ot roonr key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when the stuJent departs Second un Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build irgs hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services oft a hsrrall our Instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 6 In Academy and Normal and 700 tn Collo slate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 52050In ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 945- WINTER12 weeks 2900rln ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle ot term 675- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work MOu SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exami nations c1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of s term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for fray lion of a week On board refund In full On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss OOKV sloned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalt of the amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term win re ceive a certificate for onehalf tho incidental fee paid which certificate wilt be received as cash by Berea College on payment ot term bills by the wdent in person of a brother or sister if presented within four terms The first day ofFall term is September 15 109 The first day of Winter term Is January 5 1910 The first day of String term ii March 30 1910 For Information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY r That Premium Knife takes tIle eyes bit the men and boys who sepit Tire mountain people lib when they see and to a 75 cent knife with two razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mono bhu1csf than any other dollar paper in nefVbrrdv t The Knife and The Citizen for 3 125 That brings ID subscriptions nil the time If you have not got it you ought to have 1 Teachers DepartmentH- ELPS HINTS PROBLEMS Profc C D Lewis and Prof E C Seale Editors HARD PROBLEMS By Prof E Co Seale Problem No 15IA vessel having sailed duo and duo cast on alternating days was found after a certain time to bo 118794 miles southeast of the start- Ing point What distance had It Bail edT Answer to Problem No 10 A and B purchase a grind stone each paying halt How many inches must A use from the outside to got his halt it the stone la 15 inches it diameter and two Inches thick SOLUTIONThe has nothing to do REAL IMPORTANT BANQUETI Wednesday evening December 29 I 1909 Borea was honored by the pre dlstlnItUlJhedtion At six oclock they for a banquet In one of the reception rooms of1 Ladies Hall which was bill liantly lighted and artistically decor atedThose present wore Pres Bryan C e Flanery Gov Hughes of New York Vernon Tuttle Secretory of State Arlie McGuirc Secretary of In i tenor Ora Price Secretary of War John Mlnnioh Speaker of the house e Alvin Todd Foreign Mtnhrter to Japan Lotohar Gab bard Gov Will son John Flanery Mistress of the White House Freda Roesche Hel en Gould Dolphlne Dunker Jane Addams of Chicago Amy Brldgemon Mrs Nicholas Longworth Marie Ste I ger Pies Hazzard of Welleslej Margaret Shumakor Mrs Booth prison worker Lillian Ambrose Never before has thore assembled 4suchan illustrious company of educa tore philanthropists and statesmen As tile guestn were ushered Into the banqueting room the strains ol the symphony orchestra burst mix their richest melodies A menu ol nine courses was then elaborately served durirg which grave conversa tion was intermingled with flashes of witAt the close of tho banquet the favors were distributed A golden spade was givos to Governor Willson who received it with a characteristic speech saying that from henceforth ho would make the building of good roads in Kentucky a prominent fea ture of his administration The other members of tho company ponded- wt1 fitting remarks Pres Bryan thon made a speech with his usual power combining the wit of Swift tho philosophy of Plato nod the eloquence of Demosthenes Never before have these classic walls resounded with greater applause than that which greeted the speaker as he touched upon some of the most vital problems of the nation The President requested each guest to give a sketch of his work Governor Hughes expressed his sentiment on race track gambling Miss Addams and Mrs Booth gave thrilling accounts of their work which so stirred tho company that largo sums of money wore immediately subscribed Pres Bryan very liberally contributing 55000 The Foreign Minister gave 20000 af ter which he gave a detailed account of conditions in the Orient Secretary of State gave an Interesting account of his recent trip to Mars where he found the Secretary of War dispell ing the hostile attitude of the inhabi tants toward the AmerIcans who had been so recklessly driving their airships that in many cases the wireless with tho problem so long as it Is uniform The area of the surface of ono aldo tho stone 15xlGx7854 equals 17671 square Inches Half this surface 17C715 divided by 2 equals 883575 square inches 883575 square Inches divided by 7854 equals 1125 the square oC tho diameter of the inside half of the stone The square root of 1125 equal 10C06 inches diameter of Bs inside deli 75 inches radius of whole stone 5303 radius ot inside half ot stone 75 less 5303 equals 2197 inches A should wear trom the radius E C Scale telegraphy stations In Mars had been seriously damaged inItercourselate hour having enjoyed a very pleasant and profitable eveplng Reporter EASTERN KENTUCKY Continued from tint rage DISPUTANT Dlsputanta Jan 3Mr John Owen and wife ot Blanche are visiting the formers parents Mr G V Owen If this placeMr Floyd Taylor of this place has moved to Berca to enter school Mr G V Owen Is attending court at Mt Vernon this weekMar rled at the home of the bride last week Mr Jesse Cope and Miss Llzzl Miller The Rev J W Lambert off l elated The infant child of Mr S P Hammond is very sick Misses Min ale and Kate Lake of Berea are visit lag their sister Mrs Nancy Hammond I Mr O M Payne and daughter Vlr gle were In Berea one day last week on business Mrs Eliza Mulllns of Withers is visiting her son Mr W G Mullln of this place Mlsq Ameri- caI Owen spent a few days wits friends at Ueren last week Mrs J E Hammond who has been very sick is better Messrs R J Abney ant havoIvey are very I with measles Mr J H Taylor ol Berea visited friends on Clear Creep Sunday There was preaching ot Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday by the Rev L R Rowlett and A B Cole Miss Mallssa Owen la visiting on Brush Crock t Congersville III LetterI Congervllie Ill Jan 3Mrs Har toIed Kindred Is visiting at Dreyfus Ky Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Smith spent Christmas at Macanac Tom Baker Is home from Iowa to spend the winter Lee Kelley sold his Jersey cow and calf for 70 He is going to move vest Quite a number of young folks enjoyed a party given by Mr and Mrs Marshall Young last Wednesday even- ingMrI and Mrs Ed Alexander cn i ertalncd a number of people Thanksgiving day at their home north oi 3oodfleld Mlss Millie Willson gave I a social last Tuesday evening In honor of her cousin Maggie Shlfflet all re I port a fine time Everot Todd has noved to Goodfield Little Nancy Slg j nond has returned home from a weeks visit In East Peorla Leo Kel t ey and family spent Sundaywlth Mr ind Mrs Alexander We are glad to know oC Curt Benge being out again or the first time since last March IUncle Ezra Says may worry thet kills an not work but how kin you help worryln when you dont hey the work S Ask your Merchant for Cream of Wheat Flour a Made from selected wheat carefully milled bn latest the uptodate mill It is the whitest and purest and every sack guaranteed TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED Our brands of flour are Cream of Wheat Perfection Pioneer and Fancy Family We also make feed and meal Andrew Isaac Prop BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea Kentucky i Cleaning and Pressing 1 Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed t iranc nh aukas bl1 tl- fl 1 r Zi mm1f a 1 1C CARPENTER P n i Over Bank em Trust Co Berea Ky t FURSWE WANTFURSus your Furs Turkeys Geese and fAllKinds of Country Producer WE PAY THE TOP OF THE MARKET was7pT STREET S U A w GOTT BROS 1 NEW RAILROADS SOON Eastern Kentucky About to be Given Opportunity to Develop Coal and Timber Resources Demand for Coal and Scarcity of Hardwoods Will Make Extensions ProfitableFEATURES OF SITUATION Thirteen counties are now wIthout railroadsThird of State rich In timber and coal unable to realize upon its nal ural wealth Loulsvlllo and Nashville Chos penlto and Ohio and Queen IUlII Crescent principal developing road Ono now line under construction and otters being suneyed Markets available to KontucV coal to be produced when new terri tory is opened Growing scanty ot timber will mako new available section of tremendous value Railroad men and others Interested In the development of Eastern Kentucky are unanimous In tho declaration that there is more talk concerning new lines into that territory than in years It 1910 sees a contl uance of favorable business conditioi they add it will not be a matter of surprise to find many line crisscro ing the virgin timber and coal section In the territory between tho Cumberland Mountains and the Big Sand river on the east and the Blue Grass I on tho west I There is a fair third of the Stoto and from the standpoint of natural resources the richest third of allwlth out railroad facilities of any kind Tho thirteen counties of Elliott Lawrence Morgan Magoffin Marti Knott Letcher Perry Owsloy Jackson I Clay Leslie and Horlon not to montlon many others wtoso terr- tory Is barely touched by rail line havent a mile ot rail among then though the timber and coal wealt I which they possess Is probably large than that of any other section of equal extent in the whole South LINES ALREADY PROPOSED I If you will look at any good nil road map of tho state you will noto that projected from the terminals of lines now in operation aro coven dotted lines indicating railroads which have been proposed and for which pro 1 preliminary surveys have In most In stances already been made From Roattyvillo to Plnevllle is a line thru Owsley Clay and Knox counties From Jackson to Whltesburg is traced ono which touches Breathlt Perry and Lotchew counties and then continues thru the mountains to Dig Stone Gap Va Boattyvillo to the Dig Sandy river Is another prospect which it was intended to run through Lei Wolfe Magoffin Floyd and Piko COUDo hog Other shorter but noveitheles Important lines have also been discussed at various time THREE ROADS LOOKED TOI Tho railroad companies which aro looked to for the major part of tho dOo velopmont ot Eastern Kentucky are tho Loulsvlllo and Nashville the Queen and Cresconta part of tho Southern Railway system and the Chesapeaic ind Ohio which Is generally believed U be controlled by tho Pennsylvania The Lexington and Eastern and tho Loulsvlllo and Atlantic are not in a position to do much developing unlesi they are aided by one of the strongc I lines mentioned The Norfolk and Western an import Innt line on tho other aido of the mountains has been frequently given credit for plans relating to the development of the mountain region and may ow lay enter Kentucky from the Virginia side J50000000 COMPANY FORMED During the past few weeks definlU plans have been announced for mon ban one railroad project One of thei IJ the Wasloto and Black Mountain Railway Company which Is now build- Ing a lino from Waaloto BcJJ county to the Cumberland river Waaloto i on the Louisville and Nashville and III a coal mining town and it is presumed that Wasloto and Black Mountain Is simply a Loulsvlllo and Nashville ranch This company lies Increase Ite cap Ital stock from 1000000 to 60000001 and is evidently determined to carry out Its building plans which WtU result in a line ruunlng northeast from Vasloto parallel with the mountain ange and penetrating a rich coal oopntpOTHER OS BJtTENSION- Ifcjls also eurntofc goeslp tJaat the Lexington and Eastern is intending tc extend from Jackspfg1Wpresenttota- inal to the mountains going by way ot Hlhdirian td WhUeaburtf JTDte road eferred1 to above has long bows talked of and will be eighty miles long It Is evident that a stronger line is back of the Lexington and Eastern In his matter It is also generally under tool that the Lputevlllwtnnd Atlantic hich wostake ertgconty by the XHilsvlfle and Nashville will be extended Into the mountains either im lidiately or not very tar in the future Railroad extensions should be pay- Ing lnvestmentanowtaamuchsheath cr degree than they would have been a few years ago In tho first plat JcutuckyIton In markets fairly close by nnd is certain that now mines whcl1 lit bo opened through tho propo od extensions would find an easy out lot for their coal- TIMBER IS NEEDED I In tho second place the timber lat which He within hauling distance of tho railroads have practically all heenI operated to their fullest extent and In order to maintain tho production of Ilosand lumber it Is now neaossai push back Into tho Interior far from tho railroads in many cases tile little creeks which cut through tllO hills being the only moans oC trai sporting those logs to the mills nnd tho markets growing scarcity of timber all IThotho country will make the new opened by railroads of eve mous value and will enable Kentuck to take advantage ot a lack of domes tic hardwoods which Is being felt b every consuming manufacturer and every lumberman Incidentally open Ing the country and transporting tllO logs will prove a profitable addItion to the coal traffic which tho railroad pushed Into the Eastern Kontuck mountains are intended primarily to develop Loulsvllla herald- CHEERFULNESS AT TABLE I An old lady who looked as though hho might have belonged to the Sun shine Society all her life was asks by a friend for the secret of her neverfailing cheerfulness Her an swer contains a suggestive lesson for parents I think said the clove old lady It is because wo worn taugh In our family to be cheerful at table My father was a lawyer with larg criminal practice his mind was harassed with difficult problems all day- long yet ho always camo to tllO table with a smile and a plcosac greeting for every one and cxerto himself to make thus tablo hour delightful All Ills powers of charm wet freely given to entertain his family Three times a day wo felt his gonln I Influence and tho effect was mar velous If a child came to the tabl with cross looks ho or she was quietly sent away to find a good boy or girl for only such were allowed to come within that losing circle Wo were taught that all potty grievance and jealousies must be forgotten who mealtime same and the habit or being cheeerful three times a day under all circumstances had its cf feet on oven the most sullen temper Much is said and written those days about table manners Children In wellbred families aro drib M In a knowledge of good form ns to the use of the fork and napkin leper methods ot eating tho varloui lotirce are descanted upon but tinr tiainrK in the most Important grace or habit a child should have tha ff ilttilkllnoss at table Is too otter I nrftrUd The Orientials had no family tla of aficvtloii until they boin to ca- rtI a cic111011 ULle Let the gathsr IrK at nil tmc bo made the moo happy hour ot tile day and the in Untir on the children may be bs TJd tiiuatIoiTablo Talk Trees In FloridaICamphor camphor trees have been sot out in Florida IWASHINGTON Continued from tint Ioge to say Whon a railroad may and when it may not Issue any more tock against Its property and under what conditions such stock may bo issued Incidentally I may romark that it has been announced that the Admlnls ration is taking steps to determine I exactly how much strength there is Ir the law passed three years ergo prodding that railroads may not trans t ort any thing produced by them elves or by any company in which bey have an Interest It has been irtld by tho U S Court that this aw dose not apply to corporations in vhioh the railroads have stockand TaR wishes to prove that It dues taken to casesIbe considered as If they an put thru they will mean First that railroads will have to stop either trying to make profits Ion watered stock which represents nc investment or trying to charge he public oxccoslve prices for ser does rendered Second That they will have to pay tale on a full and fair valuationOl heir propertyt wx 1 Third That they will not bo able to gouge the Investing pubUc by is liirig stock which has no coal worth ohlnd It the promoters pocketing an enormous profit Fourth That the railroads wjll netrbo in a position to favor themselves IUI manufacturers miners or producers at tho expense and to tho hurt ol other and independent producers 1This is a pretty big list of reforms and it is to bo expected that the railroads wilt tight thenx protty ard lowever there are now a good ptohy mOIl who realize as they never did eforo tht thQ railroads have got Fatted in Health My mother died six years ago writes Miss Ruth Ward of Jcrseyvillc III left me to care for six children I had never been strong and this with the shock of her death was too much for me- III failed in health I was tired all the time and did not want to go anywhere nor care for company I had the headache all the time and such bearingdown pains IIA very dear friend advised me to take Cardui as it had done her so much good so I commenced to use it and now I am in good health Mf CARDUI 44The Womans Tonic Womens are relieved or prevented and womens stren tonicYouIf you do need it do not delay but commence to use It at once Every day of delay only lets you tIde further down the hill Dont wait then but begin to take Cardjil today for its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Writl to Ladles Advliory Dept Quttinoon Medicine Co Qiattinoog Teaa lor Special Inttmctiont and Mpuce book Home Treatment for Women tent free to be reformed or tho people will do I something about it And tho Justice of these demands cannot be denied Therefore there Is really some hopoI not too much but some that programme will go thru It Is in UI8 hope of this as wo have wild Wore that Taft has conciliated Cannon Aldrich and If this conciliation andIi result as ho evidently believes It wo shall have much to be for Tho passage ot theoo laws would accomplish as much for this country as any Congress ever accomplished under Roosevelt and we shall watch with drop Inter to sea whether hO succeeds We certainly believe that his putting out ot this programme ct pooially If ho shows a disposition to fight for it will do a great deal to help tho American people to tank up their minds about him as we hae said they are trying toIThe fight against nlng to fade a little It looks as If he was certainly beaten but would 1I0t quit till tho fire dies down I do 1I0t moan that the fight Is not being kop up but It is not BO hot as It was Tho Insurgents believe thoM have the via tory pretty wall won and tho regular are gathering In tlialr second lino or defense so that It they do have to abandon old Uncle Joo they will no bo entirely detested This second lice ot defense has to do with tho election ot a now Spook or to succeed Cannon If they ear got a man who will do as Cannon lint done It will not hurt so much art r all to let Joo slide down hill Aftoi all throe mon are not In polities tot thoir health and while they havi stood by Joe pretty well now thai thoy think he U beaten are gutting ready to sea who shall gut tile largest piece of his state ot power and pull As we explained some tlmo ago there are two things tho neater with I tho Spoakorslulpono is that then lb too much power In tic hands ol ono man and the outer Is test the man that has that power today is not using it properly Now they have got that man oqt and they will have I to find some new name for tho sane old trouble If they dont watch out for Cannonlsm is really a system and it does not depend on anyone rims It another man like Connor goU Into his place there will bo the same condition over again And oven with another man much better than Cannon is or over will be in the place thero will always bo abuses and the great danger that eootlci or later a bad speaker will got in againIt Is a fact that many of tho In terests want a bad Speaker They want a man who wiU kill many good laws and put thru bad once they bOIsave vicious old system and to put in the Speakers chair a man who will be I is bad as Cannon if they can find me lrrohere Is another kink to the situa don Any ono who has boon watch- Ing politics knows that there Is a pretty sharp lino between the East l and the West these days The East laa benefited by the recent tariff ot WMtIiI90 what It baa got and wants more So t1oEaslern Republican CongrepHnc lave gotten together and aro planning r to make certain of the election of one or elVOJfor Speaker They lavo picked Jloprcsontativo Martin E Imstead of llarrisburg Pa tor tho place Mr Olmstoad will not have I all ot Cannons faults by a good deal but If ejected tit will use U Q office In Hoe ihtbresta of the East against ho Woat and top Interests la galobtt tie and he will be1v rnUr4l l t111irigfucltforhieovyn aggranddzemC1lt and to trade pie and h THE MARKET It 1 Bares Prices Cabbage new 2Ho per lb Potatoes 65c per bu Eggc per dozen 20c Butter per Ib Me tl BACON Salt Sides 14Uc Breakfast paws 22niPremium Bacon HAMS Country 16 23c Premium iTo Fryers on foot 8c per lb liens on foot 8c per lb Turkeys 14 cents per lb Feathers per lb Slit Hay UI per ton Corn SOc per bu Wheat per bu 60c100 Cracked corn 195 per 100 Ibs Wheat screening 130 per 100 Iba Ship stuff 130 per 100 lbs Tics No 1 U N 84x7x9 46c culls 20c Live Stock Louisville Dec 21 1909 CATTLE Heel steers and fat hollers 3 CO C CO Cows 3 10 4 76 Cutters 180 316 Canncrs 70 2 00 Dulls 1 SO 4 05 Feeders 3 30 4 C5 Stockers 2 OS 4 30 Choice milch cows 35 00 42 00 Common to fair 15 00 35 00 Cattle market very dull CALVB8 7 25 7 75 Medium 5 00 C CO Common 2 CO 4 CO HOGS 108 Ibs and up 8 40 130 to 1C5 Ibs 7 40 7 fC Pigs 5 CO 760 Houghs 7 SO down Slll IWDost lambs C 00 6 CO Butcher lambs 6 00 5 CO Culls 860 4 00 Best fat sheep 400 down MESS PORK 1400 IIAMSChol sugar cured light and special cure ICHc and IGc heavy to medium 14 c- UREAKFAST BACON 21c SOlES 15c- BELLIES t 170- SnOULDERq 12c DRIED DEEP ICc LARDPure tlerceo 14c tub 14cp- ure leaf tierces 15C firkins lli e- keYB 13c geese C- eBUTTERPacking SIc Elgin creamery 60 lb tubs 33c print lie EGGSCue count 2033cIOULTRT Hens pringera 16 to 17c ducks Be turkeys 14c geoso Cc I WIIEATNo rod 122 No 3 117- OATSNow No 3 white 42c No 3 mixed 40c CORNNo 2 white 65c No 3 mixed 63c RYENo Northern Me i I osition to win his points in short 10 would be just aboutM bail as Juunon I So the Speakqrenlp light has chang grounds and the Insurgonta have led now on got to work 7to do two first to get the rufck for the louse BO revised that there will I rot be so much power In tho hands if the Speaker and second 3s at tjC1 a k r who will reprdieetthe- nterebo tie VhoW peop ln tead of any factions p Altoig ther those nin promlae- ntorestingtlewd trot now on thenest Im ortahf reallyjJto1 the spaend lrag of the Hotise rideh6t la even more important tha teat ct Januon But all the 6therflare 1m paonnt too and thor f ilii61Y to be a good hot fight all along the line Vlion tho nmoko away we shall know who among tho wtadmJnistra loh Is a frientt of fhlttkophand who 11 not And ont that tdbkVtflll depend RooseII can people for the next P dcnt f L W L DOUGLASI 1DEST THE Only Fast Color Eyelet used I I they will Pobruly not wear J 3g SKOES WLDouolns nakos soils tiioromans 350 oleosthan other manufacturer in- ho world 10000REWARD NotvItli Av standing the rhigh prlccof z I can still afford to sell as good a shoe or formerlyTheness more than makes up for the lessening of my profit- If I could take you into my fac tortes at Brockton Mass and show you the infinite care with Which every pnlr of Douglas shoes is made you would realize why they are the best shoes produced anywhere LEATHERSALL If I could you the difference between the shoes made in my factory and those of other makes you would understand I W L Douglas 350 shoes cost more to make why they hold their shape fit better wear and are of greater Intrinsic value than any other 350 shoe on tits today t SOLD BY F COYLEt IE GET MORE u oeeoooGoo0Oeo 4o OOo0ooooo0o0o I i Berea and Vicinity i- 0-Q I 0 GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES e S 0 ooooeooooeoooooooooo ooooo DR BEST DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L N TIME TABLE North Bound Local Knoxvllle 030 n m 1100 p in B1IUBA 129 p m 367 IL sn Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a m South Bound Local Cincinnati G40 IL m 825 p m BUIIEA 11C9 n m 1229 p 111I Knuxvlllo 700 p m 650 a m1 Express Trains Stop to lot off and take on passen gers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond South Bound Cincinnati 815 a m B11HEA 1144 a m North Bound IIIltI A 460 p m Cincinnati 835 p m These two trains will now carry thru sleepers from Jacksonville to Chicago transferring over the P H H at Cincinnati so that Borca pas rangers for Chicago may go thru without changing Dr and Mrs Cowley returned on TUf6dn from a short visit with the Tenn1MrJIOsbornewill be for the winter Mr Taylor returned lost Thursday from Philadelphia Ho was caught In mnlloeto got a where trains could be found running Mrs Taylor will be back Saturday f Blcknpll who moved from to Croon a couple of years ago has roturned with his familyv and Is his old home Ho will continue his evangelistic work making hWv headquarters here We K are yejy glad to welcome back so goo a e 1t UzpnIH Chrismana mammoth stock therell be no substitution Samplo books to T show too entire line Every sample In tstock now- y Mr Ewell Isaacs of Jackson County has been visiting relatives in townf j 0 we Wl M Treadway and totally mv moved to PaInsUciGwh3 Mr Treadwajr wlU sel goods at Ja old stand there fm For bargains fa shoes and cjoth 3 Ing lp to Bob Engle WJtbur Klncald who slays aV the- rI WallacdMa Y a for a part S rVn his slater and brotherinlaw of VMgIN a- r to one diaprorllhll leather ALL PRICE S3BO show why longer market A Soo Tavern Barber Shop NEW JIll CLEAN AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down Tavern S R Prop Mrs Frank Hays visited her mother Mrs Elijah Hudson two days of last wOk at her home at Dreyfus FOR SALEHouse and lot on Jot tenon Street New five room dwell- Ing Mrs Sallie Fowler Miss JMIzaboth Lewis for eovoral years an efficient assistant In the Boron College Library left Tuesday morning for Now York City where she will tike a course in nursing In the Now York Hospital II II Chrlsman has Just received 10000 rolls of wall paler for Spring and Immediate sale Largest stock over shown In Madison County I Mr and Mrs Tom Logsdon have moved Into the Blazer cottage on Cen NrlanEnglos trade Is one of the largest I In Boron Mr H II 11111 and grandson Roy Nunn left last week for a visit with Mr Hills son Forrest at Gap Tenn TuesIdaysister at Saluda N C The Borca Overall Factory fa mov- Ing Into the building owned by W N Hughes on Depot Street and formerly used as a skating rink Tho business of this hustling concern has Town so that they have found their old quarters too tight Seven parties have entered contest for Plano Save your tickets R J EngJe You can buy your wall paper prac tically at wholesale at Chrismans ho himself having bought a quantity that secured a jobbers price en abling him to retail at wholesale Price 5 cents and up Tho Post Office Department baa fin ally completed arrangements for rent- Ing the corner under the hotel for tho Borea post office A tiro year contract has been signed at 340 month and the office will be moved into that building aa soon as the fitting car bo completed s I Tho topic for the prayer fucetlnE of the TlaRAl Church on Thursday night Mlllbe + The Departing Christ ahd C6mlng Spirit John 167 t I Mrs Nancy Smith has tetarnodrto Gte nfl ld with her little daughter Fcrreil and her son Dean Sho has been visiting her parents Mr and Mar I F Ames for six WeeD 1 1 iL J Ilf desire to meet all your friends and pa rim LI neiglibors you can do so every afternoon d3 betvyccn l00and 500 p n wSt Tuesdays Fri hmAyaandSaturdays hiaklng purchases at s n 3te 6 u i i z s pro pz a FORMEN STYLESALL ENTIRELY StairsBoone SEALE Mondays Thursdays MRS EARLYS PARA RUBBERS keep your feet dry and have the added value of wearing well A three ply collar costs you nearly as much as a four ply but it cant be more than three quarters as AR ROW Brand collars are four plys to the col lar and four sizes to the inch LESSOR I orlI occupying Cumberland Wednesdays good Horse and Cattle Powders I THREE or four feeds a week of good Stock Food will make your horses and cattle sleek and put them in good order They usually need a good tonic this time of the year We carry three reliable brands INTERNAT IONAL MAGIC and BLACK DRAUGHT STOCK MEDICINE The POULTRY FOOD is also a good thing to use to keep the chick ens healthyand make them produce more eggs THE PORTER DRUG CO INCORPORATED Berea Kentucky The Rev Gco L Parker of the Cromblo Street Congrgatlonal church of Salem Mass will preach In the Union Church next Sunday morning and In the Chapel In the evening On Monday night ho will give a Htcreop tlcon lecture in the chapel on Russia the material for the lecture having been collected during the time he was pastor of an English speaking church In that country Mrs Parker has con siderable ability as a reader and is expected to asrict her husband nnI Ion Saturday of this week Tho ladles tho church will serve dinner All members and their families ore ex pected and are urged to be present at 1215 p m Students from out of town who are members of tho Union church are expected tho same as resident members and are cordially invited I A E Thomson Word has been received hero of tho death on Jan 3 of Mrs George McCollum who had many friends in Berea at her homo at Elgin 111 She was formerly Miss Katherine Wright a niece of Proto W E C Wright torso many years connected with the college Tho Rev George McCollum Is n graduate of Berea a brother of Mrs Lou Hanson and well known to all tho older citizens here IDr B F Robinson of Manchester an old Berea student is in town on Tils way to Canton China where be will take a position of responsibility in thq Union Hospital one of the great missionary enterprises there We are sorry that ao good a man Is going to exert his talents so far away but certainly congratulate him on his good fortune in securing BO important a place HOLLIDAY Cs CO DEALERS IN- I High Grade Domestic Coal Ice and Feed BEST COALLOWEST RICES PROMPT DELIVERY Phone 169 Day Phone 71 Night IIG o ao- I College Items io 0- i HERE AND THERE o o 0 008008080080000 Miss Lillian F Bush of Battle creek Michigan arrrlved last Saturday and will be here thru the rest of the year teaching In the Model Schools Mrs Putnam who has spent the vacation with her daughter in Illinois returned Tuesday Miss Campbell is back at her old I duties at the Conservatory with the opening of the Winter Term Miss lint having been called home I Miss Boweraox is back after the holidays which she spent with her mother at Lewiston PennIProf and Mrs ning to live this winter with Dr and Mrs Cowley and they will occupy the Cowley house during the Spring and Summer while the doctor is pursuing advanced medical studies in Europe I Miss Annie B Murray has returned after several pleasant days spent at I the meeting of the Southern Teach era Association at Charlotte N C Dr Thomson attended the meeting of the State Colored Teachers Associa tion at Frankfort last week Miss Hatcher and Miss Boat rlght spent Ohio the holidays at their homes In Miss Evans and Miss Adams who l taught hero last year have returned for work thru the winter and spring Profs Halno and Calfee have return ed and report a most enjoyable trip thru the mountains They went as far as Hyden delivering lectures nightly and were delighted with their reception Norman linrle spent Christmas week working in Breathltt County where he gave crayon talks in the interest of the college Mr J R Mullott of Madison 0 has arrived to take charge of the col logo garden and to give practical in struction In garden work Ho will occupy the Short cottage near the hospital WINTER LYCEUM COURSE- IDuring the winter and spring the and students will again be given a number of the real treats by the Lyceum numbers secured tor the winter course IOn next Saturday night an unusual attraction will be provided by the willlbeassured a very high class musical treat On Jan 25 Dr John P D Johns of Indiana will give a lecture of unusual power while at a later date probably In early March Dr Barton of Chicago will favor us with one of his finest Illustrated lectures The closing entertainment will be tho greatest attraction in many ways On April 2 Edwin Brush the great GO T- OwSJTatums FOR Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky magician will do wonders such as but few men in his business can equal The committee trusts that their ef forts to provide a series of lectures and entertainments of the highest class will be supported by the people of the town and surrounding coun try as well as the student body so that another year still better things may be given for the amusement and Improvement of our people- RICHMOND COURT The January Court at Richmond is always a quiet one the bad weath er Monday made it worse than usual Only about two thousand head of cattle were on the market and p11 ces ranged from 2 12 to ro cents the latter price being usual Farmers in general have their work well in hand and are considerably hopful for the coming year SALE At Mrs Laura Jones Millinery store Corner Chestnut Street and Parkway- oeginnlng Dec 16th lasting till win ter stock is closed out All hats go reservedIto wear hats cut to 150 a special while they last only one dozen left Childrens hats 60 cents to 100 spe cial Great sale of caps 75 cents cut to 35 cents 50 cent caps 25 cents Dont miss this sale You know you can trust Mrs Laura Jones Bargains NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against Ned Blyithe will present same to the undersigned verified as required by law on or before April 1 1910 or they will be barredC Blythe Executor Ned Blythe iq Fruitsof ver tising in this paper will give you a pleasanter sur prise than whenShe said Yes Copyright law by W H UJ A FEW GOOD REASONS why people of Berea and surrounding country should trade at A Rhodus 3S Hayes Quality StoW t 3 FIRST Because their Stock is New t e j nJ61 GJdJt t 111C l 1 l lA SECOND t Because their Stcxft fe uptoda Jt L n fir i fQ 1Br 1 xl J THIRD Because they have anfce line of Suits and OvFtincyel nd Boysn r b- iTfA FOURTH Because they havla good line of Shoes for Men Women and Children- KlrI f a x FIFTH Because they have an uptodate line of1eflts V1 d iacBe Furnishing ods 1 J COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF AND YOU WILL TALK JUST AS WE ADVERTISES I 1 I T vV aye r jJ lTRHODUSfcaHAlrE S 1 TJ u r r S 0 i 1 I 4 i fI BEREA KY o sOil 1 v The Quality Storeth s j a w I xe l Lli oJf A I V t 41i t- M c S r u J oC 9i itl0a4 Jv +r 1 11S The Citizen A family newspaper for ill that Is right true and Interesting Published every Thursday at Perea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYABLK IN ADVANCE One Year fieo- Elx Months 60 Three Months 3S IoneyOrdertnt tamps The date after your name on label ahows ti- what date otir ubrlptIon Is paid Jf It Is not changed within three week after renewal notify us- 71fssIng numbers will be gladly supplied If we are notified Fine premium cheap with new subscription and prompt renewal Send for Premium List Liberal term given to any who obtain new subscriptions for IK Any one elldlnlu four yearly subscriptions cau recleve free iorhlm elf for one Advertising rates on application IIUrlllR OP KKKTCCKY IRKSS ASSOCIATION Paris Is a womans town sings a noston Globo poet Other American gents have mado the same remark It is clumsy to break laws when It IsStot a good excuse for evading them Berlin wants an Immovable date for Easter Sunday Let us hope they will also get a removable Easter Sunday hat Messina is alarmed over signs of further earthquake shocks Messina seems a good place to keep away from The American Dreadnought Is the greatest of all Others do well we do better They do better still when we do best Aeroplanlst Farman flew for over four hours the other day The coming aeroplane will have to have a dining car attachment Rlfflan tribesmen send word to Spain that they have only started to fight Madrid will get little satisfac tion out of that A Washington man says he owes his longevity to pie but few poll ticians can hang onto the pie counter a whole lifetime During the past year our internal government planted 3117000000 fish which statement is the biggest fish story of the year This discussion whether or not there are Insects on Mars is chopping cot troversy pretty fine Walt till tho hookworm gets settled Orville Wright says that flying Is easy to learn Few doubted that it le the comlngdown process which the majority want made easy Tho German dirigible air squadron has been executing maneuvers and another war scare Is due In the right little tight little British Isles Tho germ family are In hard luck Mrs Sage Is combatting the tubercu losis germ Mr Carnegie tho pellagra and Mr Rockefeller the hookworm What are said to be the highest falls on this continent have been discos ered In Labrador Maybe Canada was tired of owning only halt of Niagara In her suit for divorce a Sacramento woman charged that her husband would not even buy her ice cream Still ho may have loaded her down with fudge and chewing gum That Hartford 16yearold boy who Insisted on being taken to school after he had broken his leg because he did not want to spoil a perfect record for attendance may be counted on to ap predate the value of an education and to turn It to good account Writing of the evils of ear strain to which the people of a large city ore tftlwaysthe ears have been strained by the noise and confusion of the day they may bo refreshed In the cvelng by 11s thing to music or to such other sounds as are restful to them Perhaps you have noticed tho restful effect after a bard days work when tho clock In tho street strikes six and the hurdygurdy comes around i The St Lawrence river is an object lesson In water power An enormous volume can bo turned to account by modern methods And now progres sive Americans and Canadians are uniting in an effort to utilize thisI t power A plan has been formulated which looks to the erection of p dam at Brockville which will drown out the Long Sault rapids and raise the stream at that point 18 Inches afford ing several hundred thousand horse power Competent engineers have pronounced it wholly practlcallo The preliminary report of the de partment of agriculture shows that the corn crop this year Is up to a high I level and comes near to recordbreak Ing figures The yield Is placed it 2 767310000 bushels which is nearlya 4 hundred million bushels more than I that of 1008 The largest crop of t corn over gathered was that of 1906 which aggregated 2927416000 bush els At the prevailing prices the corn tthanthat King Corn does his part toward Creating national wealthn I TO FIX TRUST LAWS TAFT IS PREPARING SPECIAL MESSAGE GIVING HIS VIEWS- DISREGARDS OIL DECISION Will Not Walt for Ruling by Supreme CourtFederal License for Corpor ations to Be Voluntary Is His PlanWashingtonPrcsident Taft will send to congress next week a special message dealing with proposed amendments to tho Interstate commerce and Sherman antitrust laws tho final details of which he and members ot the cabinet went thoroughly over Tues dayAt ono time It was thought that tbo president might deal only with tho Interstate commerce act leaving tho antitrust law to some future date Ho has decided however that as the two subjects are so closely related ho will adhere to his original Intention of making his recommendations for changes in tim two acts in ono com munication to congress Ho also will bring forward his Ideas corIporatlonsbe a voluntary one to bo taken advantage of by such corporations as desire to place themselves under federal jurisdiction or left alone as tbo directors of tho corporations see fit It had been currently reported for somo time that President Taft might delay his antitrust recommendations until tho supremo court had finally passed upon the recent Standard Oil decision Those to whom tho presl dent has talked within the past day or two say however ho has decided to- go forward with his legislative pro gram regardless of the pending decision and that having determined that many changes were needed in tho antitrust law ho will proceed to recommend these changes without regard to the Standard Oil case The president and tho members ot his cabinet together with the inter statecommerco commissioners have given more thought and study to th 0 needed changes In the Interstatecorn merce and antitrust acts tnan to any other subjects slnco the beglnlng o t the present administration Tho pres- Ident has outlined his views In gen madeII tion and they have become pretty generally known IICE GORGE IN OHIO RIVER River Traffic Is Entirely Abandoned Bridges Across Stream at Plttsburg Threatened Plttsburg PaWlth tons upon tons of Ice piled high against the piers of bridges spanning the Ohio river hero and at points below Plttsburg river traffic has been entirely abandoned and river men Tuesday prepared to cope with one of the worst ice packs ever experienced in the local harbor An estimated 10000000 bushels of coal has been diverted from Its usual rover transportation to southern points and cars are being asked for from all railroads by coal operators who realize that it may be weeks before the packet owners can again take SfleetsPhiladelphia With food products coming scarcer and prices higher with street car traffic uncertain and slow and with many railroad trains late Philadelphia was Tuesday busy raising the blockade caused by thiasnowstorm botherrisen It Is expected however that tho blockade will be raised sufficiently to make farm products more easily transported INDICT CHICAGO COAL MEt gTwowith Defrauding the CityGamsbiers Are Also HithChicago James P Connery secre ary and treasurer of tho Chicago Fire Appliance Company and secretary of the Miami Coal Company and Michael H Rogers Democratic camPmlttceirian of the Thirteenth ward head of tho M H Rogers Coal Com pany were Indicted Wednesday byItho December grand Jury on of obtaining money from the city of Chicago by false pretenses In connecdtion with the sale of coal to The rehlrn of the two Indictments against tho two coal dealers Is thes first step In States Attorney Ways vmartscombination which is charged withSdefrauding the city of Chicago isSeventurned by tho grand jury against six wollknown Chicago gamblers Thin o a tIfthe states attorneys office to crush hi out gambling In Chicagoxl Balls Condition Is Improving Philadelphia The condition of p dfCwaywhowasbe ne Tuelday l such It PheKills Self Over Postmastershlp Springfield lllW E VIsden for TaYlorHiohis brains when ho learned he wax ot to be appointed postmaster I 1 = THE BIG ONES ALWAYS GO FREE SAYS PEOPLE ARE PLUNDERED CHIEF FORESTER PINCHOT FLAYS RICH CRIMINALS Declares Special Interests Have Made Repeated Attacks on U S Forest Service Now York That the people of the United States have been the complacent victims ot a system of plunder ot the public forests crimes often perpetrated by men of high sta ion In commercial and social litewas the open declaration of Chief United States Forester Glfford Pitif cbot in an adress before a prominent publishers at the Unlvcr slty club Condemning the methods of these rich criminals he said Hut they havo suffered from a serious moral perversion by which It becomes pralsworthy to do for a cor poratlon things which they would re fuse with the loftiest scorn to do for themselves Fortunately for us all that delusion Is passing rapidly away The American people have evident ly made up their minds that our natural resources must be conserved ho said That Is good but It settles only halt the question For whose benefit thai they bo conservedfor the bane fit of the many or for the use and profit of the tewf The great conflict now being fought will decide There is no other question before us that be gins to bo so Importantor that will be so difficult to straddleas the great question betweor special Inter cst and equal opportunity between tho privileges of the few and the rights of tho many between govern ment by men for human welfare and government by money for profit be tweon the men who stand for the Roosevelt policies and the men who stand against them This is tho essence ot tho conservation problem today LAYS GIRL KILLS SELF Fondly Embracing Sweetheart toy McKinney Shoots Her Then Ends His Own Existence Peru Ind Embracing her fondly s ho placed a revolver against her ody Roy McKinney of Indianapolis Wednesday shot and killed Dora Chapell In the dining roorn ot tho Bearss hotel and then ended his own life with the same weapon McKinney robbed a restaurant In Indlanappolls and it Is believed that he daring holdup was committed to ain funds to like him to Peru Leti found in tho dead mans pockets how that tho murder of his sweo- tbeartas planned a week ago Taft Defines Whisky WashlngtonT Tho definition of the word whisky by the highest legal was given Sunday when nt Taft rendered the final decision on tho subject In connection with the construction of tho pure food aw with reference to labeling Tho president held that whisky ntado of teutraluced to potable strength The do clslon follows the lines of the conclu ions reached by tho royal commis ion of Great Britain and reverses the of former President Roosevelt ormer Attorney General Bonaparte General Bowers and Dr Wiley chief of tho bureau of chem try Farmer Freezes to Death Bloomington I11Tho body of Mar n Matte a farmer of near Leroy ged GO was found in the road nears home He had fallen from his oiglx and froze to death Peary Invited to Antwerp Washington An invitation to ad ress the Royal Geographical society t f Antwerp Belgium was received by- ommander t R E Peary Wednesday The Invitation x Is to speak upon earys discovery of tho north pole Chlvlngton Is Chosen President Chicago Thomas M Chlvlogton of Louisville was Wednesday elected president of tbo American Baseball association to succeed Joseph D OBrien who has been at the head of ho circuit for the past lIve years PEACE TERMS ARE REJECTED Gen Estrada Rejects Proposals Of fered by President Madrli for Suspension Hostilities Washington Gen Estrada revel U tionary leader In Nicaragua will not I accept tho extraordinary terms proposed by Madrlz new president as a basis for peace A telegram from Blucfields Tuesday said that Madrlz proposed to Estrada December 22 a suspension of host Ii Itles pending tho arrival of a commit tee which he was sending to Estrada to discuss an amicable and equitable settlement In his telegram Madrlz begged Estrada not to obstruct h efforts for peace Gen Estrada In hits reply expressed his willingness to meet tho Madrlz commissioners but said the rovolu tlonary party would not recognize the action of the legislative assembly In placing power In the hands of Madrlz Ho denied emphatically tho asset blys right to deal with tho election of president lie said that ho saw In Madriz the usurper of tho rights ot the NIcaraguan people Managua Nicaragua Tho new president of Nicaragua Jose Madrlz Is taking hold of affairs with a strong hand Zclaya left him the legacy of an empty treasury and soon after Presl dent Mndrlz had publicly announced In effect that the country was prnctl cally on the verge of bankruptcy tho arrest of Joaquin Passes Zolayas son ZelaraslastThey are now In the hands of tho authorities charged with misappropriation of funds failure to register government bonds and tho circulation of unsigned paper money displacedDris preparing a decree establishing a commission for the purpose of revok- Ing tho franchise under which a score byZelayaThose monopolies poured Into Ze layas purse vast sums of money MOB LYNCHES WHITE SLAYER After Being Hurt by Wife of Victim 100 Citizens Take Him from Jail Hurley Va Following the kill- Ing hero on Christmas eve of Samuel linker and the serious wounding fgormersmob ot 100 citizens took Pennlngton from an Improvised jail where ho had been Incarcerated under heavy guard and hanged him to a steam pipe p Uickedhim while tho latter was on his way to a Sunday school Christmas tree with his wife his two children and a friend named Meadows Seeing that ho had killed Pcnnlngton started to run away MrsI Baker called after Pennlngton and im plored horn to help her take tho body homo The ruse worked and Ponnlngton went back to the spot whore his vic im lay dead Dent upou avenging the deed Mrs lInker grabbed Penning tons pistol from his pocket and shot twice at him woundlcg him In tho hand and thigh Ponnlngton recovered possession of the pistol and then shot tho woman and attempted to kill the two children and Meadows r Olds Farewell to LurtonpNashville Tenn t formal farewell Tuesday night of As soclato Justice Horace H Lurton of the United States supremo court Tho occasion was an elaborate banquet atmthe Maxwell house tendered by tbo board of trade of NashvilleoShip on Fire Days at Sea Liverpool Flro was discovered In wicijhersbut Its nknownU Maj QJ A Wiley Dead 4FranklinWiley probably tho best known rollla Tucs1dayIn 38 LIVES ARE LOST IN STORM BLIZZARD IN EAST BRINGS DEATH AND DESTRUCTION Schooner Davis Palmer with 12 Mon Wrecked Off Massachusetts Coast Boston Loss 5000000 Uoaton Tho opening chapter ot tho death toll taken on the sea by the great storm which Sunday and Monday swept Now England Includes tho news of the probable loss of the big fivemasted schooner Davis Palmer with her crew of 12 men off Dalton harbor and of the wrecking of nine other vessels along tho Massachusetts coast Capt Cod In still cut oft and with tho restoration ot communication there It is feared that a tale of marine disasters and storm damage un equalled In years will bo related Fifteen lives are known to havn been lost In New England three In Chelsea and Everett and 12 through the wrecking of tho Davis Palmer Five million dollars loss Is tbo esti mate made of the havoc wrought In and around Boston by tho blizzard 0whicha record tide over tho cost Thirty to cities and towns wore plunged In darkness owing to the cut ting off of tho electric light service The storm was easily tho greatest that Now England has experienced ii n years All along tho coast phenomenal tides wero reported In many places sea walls were battered to lsandIn Boston tho tide swept over the wharves across Atlantic avenue and as far Inland as the Chamber of Com merco It Is estimated that tho dam age In this section will reach at least 500000 The worst damage was In Chelsea and Everett where It Is believed It will be several weeks before the tide gate on the Island End river can be repaired and tho flooded district re claimedHaving escaped through the snows bareIhours In tho blizzard waiting for wa gons to take them Into shelter Hun dreds ot the homeless wore taken care of In relict stations established In public schools and churches Now York Tho severest storm ex perienced In the cast In SO years tied up traffic In cities from Pennsylvania to Maine and disarranged train sched ules In bait a dozen states according to reports received here Conditions aro Improvingrapidly however and railroads and municipalities aro mak ing every effort to movo intercity and local traffic A number of persons met death through exposure or accident five In Philadelphia and about IS In New YorkIn Philadelphia business Is almost at a standstill Through trains woro late only one street car line was run ning and tho city Is suffering from a shortage of milk Reports from Pitts burg and Harrisburg Indicate that conditions are Improving rapidly ROCK ISLAND STOCK SOARS New York Exchange Appoint Commit tee to Inquire Into Alleged Cor ner In Common Shares New York Following ono of tho most sensational movements In stock exchange history with Hock Island c oommonmont too enshrouded In somo mystery as to Its direct cause tho gov crnors of tho exchange met Monday and perfected plans for a rigorous In vcstlgatlon The governors appointed a specialjcommittee of Inquiry who labors thwhoave Wall street a brief chill At tho opening of tho market Rock Island common which had closed Friday at 49 started at COH and In ono string of transactions amounting to 18800 shares ran up to 80 A min te later It touched 81 at which a rice 2000 shares changed hands It then fell back as rapidly ns It had risen to CO Tho whole affair was over In less than halt an hour DICKINSON AT SAN JUAN War Secretary and Party Dine with Gov Colton After Landing from Cruiser San Juan P R J M Dickin son American secretary ot war accompanied by Brig Gen Clarcnco R Edwards chief ot the bureau ot In Bufar affairs and party arrived hereon tho yacht Mayflower Many persons gathered at the wharf to witness tho landing and tho visit ot tho sec has been tho occasion of n dis lay ot elaborate decorations Secretary Dickinson has been on an Inspection of Santo Domingo giving special attention to the revolutionary conditions In that Island 110 will ake an Inspection also of Porto Rico Gov Colton gave a dinner In honor to f tho distinguished visitorsg oiElinalk former Mayor Charles II ayne for the last 2G years a leading awyers of Kane county suffered aThemorrhage Wednesday and died few minutes Mr Wayne was horn 2yenrs ago at Union III Burned to Death Chlllicothe Mo Cyrus Eastman ged CO postmaster at Avalon was burned to death Wednesday In a fire his homo lie was trying to save alunble papers MORSE LOSESFIGHT EXBANKER IS DENIED NEW TRIAL BY FEDERAL COURTI PRISON TERM DRAWS CLOSE Further Appeal If Held Impossible Attorney Will Ask Another Stay But United States Supreme Court Has Already Acted on Case Now York Dec 31 Charles W Morse tho convicted banker antI former leo king lost his fight to secure a now trial Judge Hough in tho United States court handed down a decision denying Morses application for n now trial on tho ground that tho Jury which convicted him bad been allowed to Indulge in Intoxicants Judge Hough alto vacated the stay secured by Morse his decision being made upon tho question of facts as submit tell by Martin W Littleton Morses lawyer Morse Gets Stay Pending argument on application for a writ of error Charles W Morse tho convicted banker will not bo sent to a federal prison to begin his 16 year sentence 1YJudgoCourt of Appeals for a writ of error which would take the case to tho United States Supreme court for review Judge lacombo may hear arguments I ICharles W Morse on this motion on Monday tho appll cation for tho writ acting In the moan time ns a stay of execution While United States District At torney Wise Is of tbo opinion that Judge Houghs decision Is final that Morse must servo his nnltIhe said ho would not Insist on former banker being sent to until his lawyer had exhausted all legal means to save him Further Fight Impossible That any further appeal was pos sible was denied by Henry L Stimson who was In charge of tho prosecution of Morse lie Insisted that tho motion for the now trial was sent to Judge Hough for final decision because tho merits of tho conviction ot Morse had already been passed upon by the su promo court of the United States which had refused to review the deci 8 ion of tho United States circuit court f appeals affirming the judgment ot conviction and the 16 years sentence Imposed on Morse at his original trial Mr Llttlotons recent application for a now trial for Morse was made on tho ground that the jury was improp rly guarded and that somo of the uror drank to excess during the trial With respect to this charge e court holds that tho fact that the Jurymen wore In tho custody of secret service men Instead of regular deputy marshals was well known to both counsel anti jurors when tho trial began Denied by Highest Court 4Jaconvicted and sentenced and that the judgment had been affirmed by tho United States circuit court of appeals and a writ of certiorari had been denied by tho United States supreme court HITS TAFT WHISKY RULING Texas Governor to Enforce State Law In Defiance of Presidents Interpretation Camllbell DrJIresIdont governorWedneBday tho rectifiers shall bo informed that they must comply with the Texas dollnltlon This will bo tho answer of Texan Warwick M Hough of St Louis eneral counsel for tho rectifiers who has asked for a conference with state lhcials LIGHT BY WIRELESS WAVE esia Predicts the Displacing of Present Methods Within the Next Twenty Years Now York Dec 31A wireless electric light run by curront shipped from tho producing plant over ether waves will Hiipplnnt all tho present methods accordluCtll I Interesting Kentucky News I I GOEBEL MONUMENT UNVEILING Will Be Held on Tenth Anniversary of ExGovernors Death Frankfurt Ky Mlw Lily Goobel the bonutlful 1C yoar old daughtor of Justus Goobol and nloco of the late Gov William Goobol has beon arrangemenllIhot In tho State cemetery In this city February 8 Uio tenth nnnlvernary of tho death of Qflv Goobcl The prin cipal apcoch of tho occasion will be niHdo by former United Stator Sena tor Jnmos II McCroary of Hlchmond who Is chairman of the Goebol moms ment commission and by former Gov J C W Dockham who succeeded Gov Goobcl as Kentuckyti chlof oxecutlvo This part of tho program has been do tided on by tho committee on arrange mont and WAS announced by Judge Lewis McQuown of this city who Is tho chairman of tho committee Judge McQunwn also a subar rangomonta committee consisting of Mayor Jamea II Pokgrove County Judgo II C Hleatt and J Paul Avid president of tho Young liens Dome club to take charge of the local Scratic appoint the reception committee to provide for the trans portation of the persona who attend tho ceremonies to at transportation from the depot to tho cemetery and at tend to such other work as can bo ilono It Is expected that tho unveil Ing of tho Goobel monument will bo attended by more people from over the ttato than any such occasion that has taken place In the state The program will bo announced later but the services will bo hold In the afternoon which Ig tho most convenient time be I tween trains The legislature will be in session at the time and will attend the services In a body- NONTAXABLE ARE BONDS Of Kentucky Corporations Held by Nonresidents Frankfort Ky Donds of Kentucky corporation owned by nonresidents Kentucky whose beneficiaries are also nonresidents of Kentucky are not taxable under the Inheritance tax laws of this state This opinion of tho lo gal department of tho state was made public by Auditor James and Is one of tlfo Important opinions to bo approved by Atty Gen Uroathltt It was prepared by Assistant Atty Gon John F Loekott In rendering the opinion the Information U disclosed that the attorneys for the beneficiaries of the rorwalkIany claim for an Inheritance tax before It will transfer five bonds of the Ixjulsvlllo Nashville N O and M second slxoj to them as executors of the estate Frankfort Ky Students of the Kentucky Normal and Industrial In stitute are developing a taste for mnn ual training and are showing a decid ed tendency toward skilled labor pur suits Is the report that John H Jackson president of the college has made to the board of regents and ho wanta the legislature to give him more mon ey so that ho can make hotter mechanics out of the students Lexington KyThat newspaper ed flora of Kentucky will attempt to se cure nn amendment of the present libel law of tho state became evident when every speaker at the meeting of Iho Kentucky Pross association hold Ing Its midwinter session In Lexington declared for such changes ns would make the law fairer to publish ors Lexington KyTho scaffold upon which Karl Thompson Is to bo hanged at Wllllam town Jan 7 was taken from Its storage room In tho Fayctto county courthouso by E II Fought who will ship It to WHIIamstown nnd erect It for tho execution They scaf fold Is a double ono and Is tho prop arty of Fayette county Lexington Ky Amended articles of Incorporation were led by the Burloy Tobacco society here The corpora tion Is continued with Its original object In view except that the Insurance feature Is omitted The capital stock remains at 2000000 but Is divided into shares of 1 each Instead of 100 Kllzabcthtown ICyGus War ellt of Macon Ga bought mules here at prices which perhaps never before wore paid for the longeared anlmala in the state lie bought 14 from Claud Pcmbcrton at 20r per head one span from H D Park at 350 and ono span from B F Craddock nt 600 Winchester KyTho city council elected J A Hughes mayor F P Pen dleton police Judgo J A McCourt treasurer Those officials had prevl ously been nominated by a democratic primary Lexington Ky Circuit Judgo Par her donletl the petition of J T Slado and others for an injunction against the city acid its officIals to prevent tho effectlviiness ol the recently adopted contract between the city of hexing ton and the Hydraulic Manufacturing Co FOR HIGHER EDUCATION Campaign as Planned by Chief Crabbe to Be a Whirlwind Frankfort KyJ G Crabbo choir man of tho Kentucky educational cam paign committee hat made the bost developmenttobeen made from this state Crabbe says Wo propose to keep the ball rolling in Kentucky until tho battle Is completely won and I have in mind three plans for tho campaign next year Tho first plan is to collect five or six men who aro exports In the line of campaign work and have them cover the entire state going from county to county speaking two or three times n day The second plan is to have a campaign during the fall while tho schools are In session to cover a ported of CO days allowing the local school authorities to select a day or days for the speaking The third plan Is to have tho third whirlwind campaign with some minor changes from tho former campaign and let It be conducted for a week During tha last three months Crabbe reports that there havo been 332 new schoolhouses built costing 208157 that there havo been 1285 schoolhouses repaired costing 64610 and that there has been spent CS284 for furnlturoand equipment of the schools that 441 districts have been abolished or con solidated that the average rate of levy is 13 and that tho average rate of poll tax Is M During the past year 67 counties have established ono high school 12 counties havo opened two two havo established three and one county has established five county high schools There Is only one county of tho 119 to report that there Is no need of a high school During the year there has been a levy for local taxation to tho schools in ovary cotta ty In tho stale except three The at tendanco for the current year has been greatly increased and there has been a lengthening of tho average term In many of tho counties much boyotid six months So that there are tow counties In the state that will have no school with a term loss than olght to alto months SOCIETY OF EQUITY MEETING Called for Jan 15to Perfect Organl zation Winchester ICS B Uobortson secretary of the Kentucky Society of Equity has Issued a call signed also by President J C Cantrlll for a meet Ing at Frankfort on Jan ID The pur pose of the meeting Is Indicated In tho following call This will bonn important meeting because of the fact that an amendment to our national constitution and bylaws provides that an organized state shall have tho ex elusive right to fix lis own fees and dues so we Insist that a full repre sentation from both local and county unions be had at this time and wo would further ask that tho names of all delegates elected bo forwarded at onco to the state secretary at Calhoun Ky Especially do we insist that all commissioned organizers who possi bly can will attend this meeting ns we want to see a systematic plan arranged whereby the organization of Kentucky may be completed as rap Idly as possible LoulsvlltoX JCAn amendment to the charter of the Southern Pacific railroad by which a large block of tho companys preferred stock is convert ed into common stock was flied In the circuit court here The amendment certifies that of the 76000000 of the preferred capital stock heretofore authorized to be Issued and consisting of 760000 shares of tho par value of 100 each 741518 shares have been converted Into a like number of shares of tho common capital stock and the remainder of preferred stock has been redeemed or canceled and that the total authorized capital stock now con slats of 744518 shares of common stock of tho lIar value of 100 each of which 726477 are now outstanding Covington KyAt a meeting of the respective boards of the First National bank and tho Farmers and Traders National bank formal action was taken In which It was agreed to submit to the stock holders of each bank a plan of consolidation Tho plan provides that each bank Is to contribute 60000 to a surplus fund giving the First Na tion consolidated a capital of 600 000 and a surplus fund of 120000 Vanceburg Ky Thomas Deckel 6s shot and killed Thomas Applognte 24 near Tolosboro this county It Is said Applegate entered the homo of Deckel and cut him with a knife when Deckel shot him twice with a revolver A coroners Jury hold Deckel blameless Paris KyPlre caused by nn over hooted furnace destroyed tho Paris toE church two hours after the close of prayor service Tho church was built In 1897 and cost 20000 It was Insured for 6000 Lexington KyCity Sqlcltor Allen nt the direction of Mayor Skaln is pro paring a bill which Is to be presented at the coming session of tho legislA- ture providing for a bond Issue for 500000 for now streets and 100000 for sewer construction in the city of Lexington MASONIC FRATERNITY TO AID In Search for Little Alma Kellner Kid naped Several Weeks Ago Louisville Ky Following a confer ence between Fred Kellner father of little Alma Kollnor who was kid naped several weeks ago and Frank Fohr her uncle and a millionaire brewer it was decided to enlist tho aid of the entire Masonic fraternity of the United States and Canada In the search for the missing child Circu lar letters will be prepared nnd sent to every grand secretary of every grand lodge In the United States and Canada bearing a description of the little girl and containing the last picture of hoc taken before she disap peared Every mombor of the Masonic fraternity will in this manner bQ con stituted a special searcher for the missing girl- HONEST LABELING OF WHISKY Will Have Been Accomplished If Pres ident Tafts Ruling Is Enforced Frankfort KyCol E If Taylor Jr the originator of tho fight for the bottledlnbond whisky said In regard to the presidents ruling If Presi dent Tafts ruling Is enforced accord- Ing with its evident intent as I understand its intent everything I have sought would seem accomplished namely honest labeling I assume however that the factors that have so long been obstructors will attempt to reach the supreme court thereby securing further delay In the execution of tho beneficent purefood law ACT OF HEROISM During CMI War Recalled by Death of Wllllarn G Stuart Winchester Ky William Gallsklll Stuart one of Winchesters oldest and bestknown citizens is dead He was deputy sheriff of Clark county during tho civil war under his brother Sam uel G Stuart when the latter with only about 25 men surprised and cap tured a confederate battalion of over 100 tho night before they had planned to raid and capture Winchester Lexington KyM J Shannon left hero for Jacksonvlllo In charge of John W Schorrs string of a dozen 2 yearolds George C Dennetts Dlsha bille has been booked to Irving H Whcatcrofts St Savin Seventeen of the twenty outside mares for St Savin have been accepted Lexington KyA new dormitory of frame construction housing 125 boys at the Grcundalo Reform school was destroyed by fire The loss was about 5000 No ono was injured The fire Is believed to havo originated from an overheated furnace or defective wiry ing Lexington KyDr Thomas Ltwlll 79 for many years a leading physician In Doyle and Lincoln counties died in the asylum here as the result of soft cuing of the brain He was tho father of A A Lewis of Covington and Misses Georgia and Margaret Lewis of Stanford Frankfort KyThe 31st annual meeting of the State Teachers asso elation colored was called to order In this city by President F 1L Wood Tho welcome address was made by President Jackson of the State Nor mal and Industrial college Frankfort KyJolre supposed to have originated from tho torch of the Inspector at Paris set fire to the passenger coach on train No 1 on tho Frankfort Cincinnati railroad and It burned until tho train reached this city before It was discovered Lexington Ky Twentynine trot ting mares 2000 worth of harness 3000 worth of feed nnd a barn val ued at 10000 were destroyed by fire at W E D Stokes Patchen Wllkes stock farm The total loss Is esti mated at about 42000 Lexington KyEdmund Gleaaon 72 a retired Saloonkeeper and former member of tho Lexington city coun cil died at lira residence here of heart trouble He was one of Lexingtons most widely known and universally respected citizens Louisville KyBen Dillon veteran fire fighter and chief of the Loulsvlllo department died as a result of injuries sustained when his automobile was wrecked en route ton fire thief Dil Ion was born In this city Junflt 13 1866 Most of his life was spent here Henderson KyIi W Kohl the oldest ofllcer on the police force here was shot by a negro named Morris who made his escape Officer Kohl was endeavoring to quell a row In a negro restaurant He will recover Louisville KyTlto Kentucky State Circuit Judges association was organ ized here Judge Thomas Gordon of Louisville was elected president Judgo William Reid vice president and Judge William Field secretary Louisville KyTlw National Com mercial Teachers Federation selected Chicago as the place for holding Its nQxt annual convention which will be held In December 1910 Enos Spen cer of this city was elected president For Little Curly Locks Robbing curls dancing on the head of childhood arranged or disarranged appeal with an unending charm It is only lately that the most gifted hair dressers have revealed to us all tho fascination of Curly Locks as quaint ly arranged for the little festival oc casions of children As in many late coiffures for grown ups tho hair is cut in a light graceful fringe across the forehead writes Julia Bottomloy in Tho Illustrated Milliner For the little girl the remainder of tho hair is frizzed in thn quaint oldfashioned way half lw length This is accomplished with curling irons or by dampening the hair and braiding It in several tight braids half its length and allowing it to dry The crimping necessary may crimpIng fortable This pretty coiffure Is lovely even without tho addition of pretty furbe lows Dut the placing of the ribbon band and buoyant bow as shown in the picture is an Immensely attractive finish and takes the colffuro out of the simply childish class into the high art rank The folded ribbon holds two short curls to the front and in every way adds brilliance to the de signFor an older girl and for grown OF LIEDEVIN FACE CLOTH Complete Costume with Some New and Attractive Points of Orna mentationILledevln facecloth Is chosen here the plaited skirt has Russia braid ar ranged in a wavy pattern as trimming at the foot buttons are also put on The coat has the braid put on toI match from the shoulder downward but round the lower edge tho patterns much deeper The righthand side of front Is cut In tabs and fastens over a waistcoat of black velvet the collar and cuffs are partly made of same while the other part is cloth braided at tho edges hint of hlatk beaver trimmed with feathers and silk Materials required Soven yards cloth 48 Inches wide one yard velvet three dozen yards Russia braid two dozen buttons 4H yards silk for coat lining Everything Beaded Large plccna of beading are used on gowns and wraps gloves and opera bags and even stockIngs The woman who has leisure can amuse herself by making designs In beads She can buy the Utter In idrgo boxes of all colors at small prices upa on the dressiest of occasions the second coiffure is presented This coiffure is an arrangement of curls pinned down to tho head in fact a mass of puffs with one end free The hair is cut in a light fringe across the forehead and slightly curled A portion Is parted off and tied at the crown of tho head where it Is twisted Into a knot and pinned down to support the curls The remainder of the hair is parted off in sections and apparently tied near the head Each sep arate mass is then again parted into strands and curled The mass of big short culrs only needs then to be ar ranged becomingly They aro placed with careful attention to apparent careless Irregularity all over tho back of the head Little clusters of cork screw curls are grouped at each side where they appear to be held In place by a little Jeweled ornament set with pearls Two strands of pearls strung on wire extend across the head to the other ornament at the right side of the head Narrow bands of velvet or satin ribbon might be used An orna ment of some description is essential to this coiffure The little corkscrew curls at the side are made by separating fuller curls into strands parting them off with the fingers Coiffures by cour tesy of E Burnham Chicago HAIR MUST BE DRESSED FLAT That ImportantPoint Clrcasstenne- Tho flat hairdressing now worn In America is called the coiffure a la Clr casslenne This particular kind of arrangement has as many names attached to it as the modern turban MopSans ban are among some of the first that mayboof doing it than there aro names for it- The requisite thing Is to have It flat How one manages this is ones own secret No three hairdressers do it alike The hair may be loosely braided and wound around the head or it may placedfromas near a circle as the held will permitAgain It is arranged in a long puff cap in the middle of the head and luxurious ropes or braids of hair are wound around this No hairpin must show except the four huge shell ones that are to hold the coils in place There is no perceptible pompadour and the extrem- Ists are endeavoring to mako the ears Imperceptible For Your Party Bouquet The stems of party flowers will not theybemade for the purpose of oil silk These covers hove been made of toIusually are wrapped will itself make a discoloration on tho gown The pinning on too will often tear and pull the soft fabric and this may be partially obviated by tying the stems with a ribbongreen like the leaves if you do not want it to show and pinning several of the loops un der the folds of the trimming Shadow Lace This Is new and because of Its un obtrusive patterns can be used In great quantities without fear of over decoration The pattern is woen in such a way that an uncertain shadowy effect Is produced It Is especially lovely in black and cream The black shadow lace Is used over the black net and a white satin untcrsllp The cream is effective over pale tints In evening gowns Suede Gloves In Fashion Smart women seem to have laid aside the white glaco glove In cam poor Suede Is the thing It is worn for street In Its heavy texture with wide stitching on tho back and Is worn in the evening in the pals gold en tones that are very becoming U the arm and hands I It PITTSBURG IN PERIL SUDDEN THAW MAY CAUSE MOST DISASTROUS FLOOD IN YEARS COLD CAUSE OF SUFFERING Hundreds of Men and Women Shel tered at Police Stations In Smoky City Severe Weather Causes Deaths In Many Places Pittsburg Pa Dec 31Plttsburg Is facing one of the worst floods of local river history due so authoritative river men here say to the unusual and severe weather conditions of tho last two weeks Conditions are such that should a sudden thaw follow the ex tremely heavy snowfall experienced In western Pennsylvania in that length of time the Allegheny river ice pack will bo broken in a rush the results of which will be Incalculably disastrous to all shipping interests and water front property on the Ohio river points south of here The official measurement of the snowfall during the last two weeks is nine inches The fall preceding the flood of 1907 was much less Tho river is now at a sixfoot stage and Pittsburg Is experiencing zero weather The official forecast sug gests no relief River traffic is still blocked and danger to bridges con tinues threatening Great Suffering Among Poor In the wake of the zero wave reports of intense suffering In various parts of tho city from poor families and homeless persons began to filter into the charities and police bureaus throughout the city Over 500 homeless men and women were sheltered at police stations while requests for coal and provisions among the poor in the tenement districts were so great that the supply of the charitable Institutions was sorely taxed Several cases of persons frozen due to exposure were reported to the board of health office during the night Hospitals reported additional cases The official weather forecast prom ises little relief from the bitter cold Severe Cold In Pennsylvania Philadelphia Dec 31The arrival of a severe cold wave from the west destroyed all hope of the speedy clearing away of the immense banks of snow left hero from tho recordbreaking fall of last week The minimum temperature record by the weather bureau was ten degrees above zero and the partially melted snow banks were converted Into huge masses of Ice All through the state severe cold weather Is reported In Scranton tho thermometer registered two degrees below zero At Pocono Summit it was eight below and at Gouldsboro 11 Wllkesbarre Wllllamsport Harris burg Reading Easton and neighbOr- Ing towns have temperatures close to the zero mark The Schuylkill river hero is frozen over and the government engineers on gaged on a survey of the Delaware river have been obliged to discontinue operations because of the amount of ice in the river Four Dead in Cold Wave Chicago Dec 30Four lives havo been lost in Chicago as a result of the cold wave A score of persons have been Injured by falling on icy pavements and Intense suffering Is re ported among the poor Relief is bo ing given by police and charity work ers MEXICAN RURALES IN BATTLE Four Men of Desperado Band Killed and Two Captured In Sonora Tucson Ariz Dec 31News has been received of n battle four days ago between Mexican rurales and des peradoes near Altar in Sonora Mex- Ico Four of the band Including the leader were killed and two were captured The rurales were not hurt The band had been stealing horses and cattle crossing the line along an unguarded stretch known as No Mans Land west of Sasabe TELLER ACCUSED OF THEFT Employe of Savings Institution at Plttiburg Is Under Arrest Pittsburg Pa Dec 31Charles Vererka bookkeeper and teller of the Workingmans Savings Dank Trust Company on the north side was com mitted to Jail on charges of embezzlement His ball was fixed at 20000 It Is alleged ho took 30000 of tho banks funds on or before December 29 The information is mado by a bonding company WARM WELL IN NEW YORK Water at Temperature of 82 Degrees Is Found In West Hampton West Hampton N Y Dee 31A- well which has been driven to a depth of C4 feet Is yielding water of a tern + perature of 82 degrees Continued pumping does not lower the tempera ture The well was driven near an Ice plant and the water was to have been used In making ice Finds Childrens Bodies Indianapolis Ind Dec 31ln the village of Santnclaus two children were burned to death Their mother found them with their clothing ablaze In a room whore she had left them DlavlaE an hour earlier of s+atao c ellEI East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else o U gNeeorrt poi4t c publlilud anises ell all ta tan by tae wiiUr rte sates 0- I U st tar fibUcattoi bit u aa erhaeue el root Ultt troth pUialy 0 0 0 o11ot1ol1o0ooN1 aa oioiOWNotlo O O C s elsAa JACKSON COUNTY McKEE McKee Jan 3The recital given by Prof Ralne at the Academy last Monday night was attended by quite a gathering All the old county offi cials except one were down and out today They spent a busy week du ring the Holidays checking up their accounts and preparing settlements to make with the Fiscal Court which met lest Friday and finished its bus- Iness tor the year past The last thing done by the old Fiscal Court was to elect J R Hays County Treasurer for twp earsThe little throe year old son of Wm Baileys died of croup last Saturday night about mid night and woo burled on the hill by the church late Sunday evening The bereaved family has our sincere sym pathyTwo of Wm Fowlers child ren are very sick with scarlet fever Two weddings took place last week I A W Worthington of Annvllle was married to Mrs Henrietta Z ToKolste of this place about 12 n m last Thursday The ceremonies took place at the cottage near the Academy Mrs TeKolstca father Rev Zwemer of Holland Michigan was here to at tend tho wedding Also Mr John Reynolds was married last Thursday afternoon to Miss Tattle Summers t We wish both couples many happy years of usefulness Miss Lena Kol kior has returned tb McKee and will teach In the Academy this winter WELCH IIUUG Welchburg Jan 3Mr Charley Herndon of Owsley County and Miss Maggie Wilson daughter of Billlo Wil son were married last Wednesday Mrs Harvey Moore Is Improving very fast after a bad case of pneumonia that lasted three weeks Mr D B Raders little boy has hid a bad case of pneumonia for several weeks and an examination by Dr Goodman show ed that he will have to be operated on at onceMr J W Wilson Is do Ing very well In the goods business I at this placeMr J P Caliban has moved to High Knob Mr Phillip Hall has been doing a very good busi ness trapping this winter he has tcaughtseveralminksMr Q W Dav idsons little boy has a case of double pneumonia and Is very lowA good many citizens of this place are summoned as Jurors to attend count a McKee JIUGIIIHugh Jan gave a social Saturday night which 6wasmuch cnjsycd Mrs Alice Bongs awl son John visited Mrs L Kimber lalu of Boar Wallow Saturday and Sunday Little Maud Hale daughter of John and Mollle Hale aged 14 years died Dec 27 The remains were laid to rest at Kerby Knob her Httio brother We besideI heartfelt sympathy to the parents She has gone and we shall miss her And therell be one vacant chair She has gone from us to Heaven She has climbed the golden stair Mr II II Ely of this place is go1 ing to Oklahoma In a short time to I giveij citizen Tho members of Owsley Fork Baptist church met lost Saturday and called the Rev Peter Mobley as pas tor or the church and Rev W I Pow ell as asslstant pastor for this year Mr WIU Parks of Berea was the guest of his parents Saturday night Miss Dora Ely gave the young folks a social last Tuesday night Refresh menU were served and everybody seemed to enjoy It flnoMr Isaac Burns was the welcome guest of W R Benge ThursdayMr Alex Perry made a business trip to Goo Bongos Saturday JIUs Beatrice Hale is visit ing friends in Berea this weekMr1 Luther Klmbcrlaln and Leila and Earl RjDengeI and R I Halo made a business trip to Goo Bcnges Saturday We are glad to say the five hundred gallons of StationiKKKIIT KNOB Korby Knob Jan 2The Rev Mr Lunsford failed to fill his appointment at the Grove church Sunday night Mr and Mrs James Williams visit ed their daughter Mrs James Baker I Sunday MUs Myrtle Click and Miss MonIdayvary ill for the past week is better Mr John Lane of Bear Wallow stayed over night with Mr Jas Click and family Saturday night on his way to McKee Aunt Martha Click who 1ImprovlngSunday meeting at Grassy Springs there were several presentAfter a short illness Maud Hale daughter of Mr and Mrs I John Hale died Dec 27 and was laid I placeITheI est sympathy Mr George Sparks i will begin a subscription school at the school house here Jan 1st We hopq to a successful school and ono that oil- be well worth attending Tuition a dollar per month Everybody come and lot us have a good school while the weather Is so bad we cant work Several from this place will attend court at McKee this weekLIW Lottie Powell has been quite ill fo the past week PARROT Parrot Jan 3Wu have been hav ing snow and mud in this part Mr Stephen Gabbard and Ike Morris at tended the Holiness mooting at Pigeon Roost Sunday Mrs Serlna Simp sons school at tho mouth of Pond Crook closed Saturday Llllle Nichols liac scarlet fever Dr King was sum moned SundayMr Wm Morris school at this place will close Jan 15 We are expecting to have a little entertainment Everybody Invited Messrs Ike Morris and Stephen Gab bard and Misses Nora and Minnie Price were callers at the home of Mr McDowell Sunday night Corn la sell Ing for I por bushel Mr Edward Wathen bought a sheep from J H Wyatt last week paying 360Sov eral of the Letter Box boys have been summoned to attend court at McKee this week Missed Annie and Rosa Price visited at tho homo of the formers father Saturday and Sunday There were services at Letter Box Saturday night a largo crowd was present ANNVILLE- Annvllle Jan 3The cold has been broken up by warm rain i weather Sunday school at tills place Its progressing nicely with good at tendance Mr Roy E Rader wit begin a winter school at the Ann vllle school house Monday Jan 10 and will continue till the new school building Is ready to teach InMr- Walter Medlock bought a fine saddle horse of air John McGee for 175 Mr and Mrs R H Johnson visited at the home of Mr Joe Johnsons Sun dayMr Fred Jones was visiting in jAnnvlllo Sunday afternoon Mr Leo nard Medlock attended Roy E Rad ers wedding last week Mlsd Etta cout lie Johnson Mr Abol Gabbard f holding a holiness revival at Pigeon rnsd Jiulse P Penalnstor from Louds- wli I join him In the meeting Tuesday Mr Dan Medlock sold a pair of mules to Mr Shepherd for 270 RADERBAttARD Married at tho home of the brides mother Mrs Julia Ballard Roblnet Rockcostle County her daughter Miss Linda aged 22 to Mr Roy E Bade- of Jackson County on Dec 30 The wedding was a nice event the goes present were a number of Mr and M Raders friends Mr and Mrs Rad are both teachers of Jackson Count and are considered by all as being among the best teachers in our Mr Rader is at present teaching normal at Annvllle They have re ceived numerous congratulations from their many friends The Rev James Lunsford officiated TVNKIlI all tho chll- dren in this vicinity are sick with grippe and pneumonia Messrs Roy and Wm Moore attended church at Green 11111 SundayT P Bullock had la wood chopping SaturdayChrlstI mas holidays passed very little drinking Wm Creech is gone to the Richmond Market with I a nice bunch ofl cattiosMr H E Underwood of Delvlntn spent Christ j mas In this vicinity W R Reynolds j hogI1 ion his premises for the last two years I Mr J C Miller has about got his new dwelling house completed Mr J S Moore contemplates making a business 4 trip through Laurel and Rockcastle Counties this woelcMr Hnrve Moore is the champion trapper ClveInumerous other furbear Ing animals ETHEL Ethel Jan 1The weather is very oftIlluletlymorning giro Is still confined to the home Miss MUllo Measer also fell Tuesday and li rot able to walk Mr J A litfetr is visiting friends and relatives at Ethel Sam and Wal ker Rice are visiting relatives hero Hobartfduring tota n e a with E L Mullins teacher We regret to give him upMr Robert Ding I ham his gist Icttniod from Horse Ick where bo aoJrt his farm to Frank j Davidson Mrs H C Sandlln Visit ed Mr and Mrs U S Q Rice Tuesday Mr Henry Metcalf Visited U S G Rice Tuesday Mr U S O Rico Is on the puny list at present Hunting Is all the go heroIrand Mrs Ev erot Clark visited Mr and Mrs H C I Sandlin during Christmas Mr Roy I and Hudson Mullins made a flying trip to Ethel New year morning CLOVER BOTTOM Clover Bottom Dec 27Dolayed- I Tho death angel visited the homo of Sid VanWinkle of this place on Christ mas night and took away the little son Boyd The angel on Dec 27th visited our neighbor John Halo and Itook away their daughter Maud She tinqe anrd her parents and her many friends have our profound sympathy Mr W T Barretts family which has been sick so long we are glad to say is Improving Miss Eva Blcknell Miss Frances Azbtll have the anII Charley the little son of J W sell who has been sick for some Is now wellThe many friends Miss Lizzie Powell who has been so weekjlwillAzbtll to Bertha Abrams Wo was them a long life and an stay one Four of S VanWlnklos family are a present very low with measles Mr Green Blcknell caught In the road near Malon Bakers today a fine opossum Clover Bottom Jan 3DeAth has visited the homo on Jan 2 of Mr land Mrs Leslie Balling and taken their little child The bereaved on have our deepest sympathy G A iEngle received his books and enter upon his duties as J P this morn IneW A Hammond of Rockcastlo County and Jas Lunsford of Eglon mot here Friday and compromised the suit between A E Robinson and Eyd our jlen Lunsford and G W Miller went 1to the upper end of this county on business last Saturday Tho sick folks of Sid VonWlnkle are Improving slowlyII N Dean is attending car cult court at McKee this week Gua i Hays sold T J BIckuell fifty acres of i land for 300 last week Mrs Roda Click and son Grant visited Lucy Dean Sunday Measles are tstlll rag Ing In this county and seem to be hurting people badly Willie Dean and his sisters Martha und Vena and his cousin Martha Click leave today for the winter term of school at Be rea Some fine half white yiollnn- s turkeys still left at H N Deans fo saleFour of G W Wilds family are down with the measles Uncle ounr country was to seat at church again yesterday Quito a num her of witnesses from this place are expected to attend the trial of Thos- lIa8 next Wednesday J WINII CAVE I Wind Cave Dec 31Mr G W Lakes made a business trip to Mc anrd homeICave School closed thrse a Everybody on LutliQyr aaca and her sister Charlotte visit SaturL n County passed thru last week buying hogsMrs Butte Reynolds of Sand Lick was the guest of G B Isaacs Thursday Dec 22Mr Charles Reynolds passed thru Tuesday on his way to Station CampJ P Isaacs has bought a farm for 250 near tie cenI tar of Pops valley He expecte to move soonJ B Tyro has a farm for sale at the head of Tarpen for 1000 He Is preparing to Lickj the Blue Gross Mr Cole son and wife have boon visiting her father for tho past weekMr Pal Isaacs made a business trip to Berea Monday 0 P Isaacs is on the sick list OWSLEY COURTYI JUCJUWN Rlcetown Dec 2JWo have had real winter weather the post week Joe Johnson of Jackson County passi ed thru here Wednesday with a drove of cattle He bought a cow from B J Combs for 35Mr Cunningham from Kansas who Is now located on cow Crock spent Monday night with J R Gabbard Misses Brownleo and McGafflck visited J L Gabbard and family Monday nlghtt Jos R Gab bard and Daniel Robinson wore at Booneville Monday on businessEsq- J L Gabbard visited Mr Allen David son a few days ago Henry McIntosh of Huston spent Christmas at this bylMissReynolds an old veteran of that Civil ldst1Mondayfor some time He was taken totho old family graveyard on Cow Creek I and burled The entire community sympathize with the heart strfckeq f ones Circuit Court closed at Boone yule last week after being in session for nearly two weeks with L D Lewi Judge and Ira Fields aa Common lths attorney Lewis showed the Ins that ho was tho right kind of I Judge He had the law enforced HolllInI I cd for tho murder of Tom Wilson The Grand Jury returned about 102 Indictments James Barrett and wife of Betty Bowman Branch spent Christmas with Mr and Mrs A Gabbard j Elmer E Gabbard who Is teaching at I lluckhorn spent Christmas night and tow days of the week with home folks Mr and Mrs Wm HufC are finelIIto I moved back to this place They came In Thursday VINCENT hav1Ingthe past week Burgoyno Botner was In Richmond a day or two last week on business Christmas passed oft afrostg road again after spending Christmas at homeT B Venable was over at Booneville Thursday on legal bus sectionhare on a bt ber of the girls and boys thruout this section are preparing to attend school at the various schools of the state D T Stroug of Sturgeon passed thru here last week on his way homo from Heidelberg Mrs Burgoyne Bother I has just returned home from a two Roesy Malnous of Paint LickJ B Isaacs our fur man bagged two minks five opossums and one coon thru the last BoonevilleoMonday tho now County officers will be installed and ready for their term of office Hogs of all kinds are scar I cer thruout this section than has boon known for yearsW W Tread way tho old soldier has just return ed from Heidelberg whore ho has been visiting for Ute past two weeks J C Bother and T B Venablo con template going west soon on a pros pectins tour preparatory to purchasing them a farm Luthor Malnoua has thirtytwo tine rabbits drorxed and stowed away He Bays meat Is so high that ho will try to live on rab bit Whispering Smith is worth the price of any paper for one year IESTILL COUNTY WAOKKSY1LIK Rosadn- and and Mollle Arvlne Anna M Wilson Messrs Robt and Beverly Vaga wore the guests of alias Mary Wil j Saturday night and Sunday x118 Maude Park and brother Laban loft Monday for Berne where they will en ter school Mlcscs Maude and Ella Park entertained quite a number of friends Friday of last weokMr Iar Warford of Bloomingotn Ill is he to spend the winter Mr J II Amerlne will begin a subscription school at this placo Monday Jan 10 Mr and Mrs John Kelley eatjortaln ed Quito a number of friends Sunday Those present were Mr and 1tB A B Kelley Mr and Mrs Wade Parks Misses Ella and Maude Park Iota Edwards and Katherine Wagers Ore Edwards and Miller Messrs Willie Collins and J B Wagers Miss Mattle Reuver visited her aunt Mrs J B Kelley a few days loot week Myrtle Peters died of consumption at her home near hero Saturday evon Ing Jan 1 SUo is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Bob Peters this is the fifth sIster who has died of the sane disease Miss Kathcnlno Wagers on party STATION CASH Station Camp Jan 3 Christmas passed off quietly in this neighbor i hood Wesluy WInklor is spending the holidays with friends and rola lives on Crooked Creek and Station Camp lie will soon return to Berea taking his brother Lloyd with him C H Click mado a business trip to Jackson County last week Miss Pearl Scrlvncir called on Mrs Annie Click Sunday oveMr Jeff Wagers an family gavo the youngsters a party last Friday night Aunt Mar garcUo Isaacs who has been ill for rapldlyLnwls MarcumMrA number of students will leave from this neighborhood tomorrow tor Berea Pete Halo bought a horse of Horace Warford A number of young folks wero entertained at Mr Clay Moores Sunday night Mr DoottrICampPark Warford of Illinois is is visiting friends and relatives of Station Camp and Wagorsvllle aac Sparks of Wagemville has bought a house and lot nean Blue Banks and will move to It soonMr Jno Amerine expects to begin a winter school at WcgGTBvillo soon LAUREL COUNTY IIONIIAM Bonham Jan 1Wo are living lots of snow at this writing1 There was a Christmas tree at Pinoy Grove j on Christmas eve conduoted by J R Baker Everybody seemed to have a good time The young folks of this place conducted themselves nicely Old Uncle Frank Youngs wife died ono day last week with consumption She leaves a husband and several chit drbn and a host of friends to mourn her death James Collier a colored died ono last week Ho ChlldrenIIhis own wife and her mother then shot himself In the head Ho lived about four hours llVZKIIATCH- Hazelpatch Jan 3I1urrall for The ClUzen Ute best taper in the mountains Mr Tom Gill and family lot this place left Wedneadat for Brush Crook where they expect tb make their homeMr Thomas Brewer ot this place and Mlsa Annie Willis of Jackson County were quietly married the 9th The young couple will make their home In Jackson County Messrs Abo and Henderson Evcrsolo have been very busy In the tie business for the lest few weeks Mr and airs Geo Young will leave Suni day for Richmond where they expect to cook on tho boarding cars The Rocklngham school taught by Miss Lelia Cornelius closed Dec 23 with a nice entertainment Tho bourn was crowded Many songs were sung the pupils and every piece that wL81 spoken showed what careful Instruc I tions they had received Excellent talks were given by some of the patrons The tnutteo mado a motion desiring Miss Cornelius to teach tho school the coming year which was carried unanimously LESLIE COUNTY 1IYIIKN- Hydon Jan 1Mrs Martha Smith 101110Iling carbolic acid Mrs Smith called a boy to the window of hot cell and told him she hail tooth ache and for him to go to the drug store and got her tho drug When tho boy gave it to her she drank it and was speech loss for nearly six hours Mrs Smith did not make any statement na to why silo wanted to raid her lifoIChristmas pawed off very quietly in Ladle without any ono being nhot or killed this almost breaks the record for Leslie Prof J E Calfee of Dorm was hero Friday The people cf this County are always glad to have Prof Calfco to visit them Leslie County certainly fools his lose as he schooln folslowing students are here spending the holidays atlas Mae tools of Berea Mr Chester Dixon of Borea Koacoo Begley of Berea Mr Wm Lewis of Danville and Miss Nettle Lewis of bero tween Joe Morgan and W R Spark man seems to be the most Interesting thing In the courta Mr Sparknmua majority Is 129 over Mr Morgan Al tho it is uncertain which ono will be sheriff as it will be ono of the hardest fought cased over tried In visita us during the Christmas holidays tho Ice Is tho thickest It has been for years eighteen inches In places this means considerable damage for those who have saw logs rafted In tho Middle Fork as It Is very hard to save a raft In Ice tldelrof Jas W Ralno gave a most Interesting lec turo here lie was accompanied by Prof Calfwj of torah CLAY COUNTY SKXTONS CllKKK Sextons Creek Jan ITho weath er tins been unusually cold with snow about six inches deep L S B Row lett and family of near Lexington i paid friends and relatives a visit thru I Christmas relIativescontinue In this district till the third of March 1910 Parents of this and j surrounding districts should make I good use of this opportunity Some c0plo will hear tho Gospel bell ring Ing for a life time and never heed its call some people with bright minded j children will live where they can hear the sound of the school bell for I five days out of the week yet their children are not educated Monday the 27th of Dec Robert Clark Lodge No 640 elected the following officers j WIChasM K Sandlln Trees C II Grimes Tyler and J P Metcalf chaplain MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Jan 3 Laurrencofew days last week with J C Mrs A P Settle Is visiting at LexI tK1mberlainSunday with Luther Klmberlaln at Dreyfus Mr Jim Gilmore Is moving- to his new place just vacated by Dr Caywood Tho Doctor tens tunas part of Mrs SUn ro touee Mlsa tflr la Ballard and Tom Ballard left Fri day for a two weeks visit to Corbin Mr and Mrs Alex Arblll entertained a number of people at ala jrjVc nosduy Messrs J W Marcum and Midas Sporka passed thru hero Sun day with several mules and horses going to Richmond Court Miss Mary Hart spent last week with her parents at Athena Mr and tint laugh Milt ray visited Mrs Elizabeth Murray Sun day Mre John Powell who hoa been sick tor the post thrto weeks Is eomo bettor at this writing- ftOCKCASTLE COUNTY WI LUll WildIe Jan 3Mr and Mrs Leo Coffey ot Hlatt visited hero last week Mr Lloyd Hayes visited hero last week School at Medical Springs elod Dec 31 with a nice entertain mont Mlsa Hattie Poynter returned to her home at Boone Jan latMr- James Brannarnan returned tb his work at Conway Jan 1st Mrs Addle Dotaon who has grippe is some bettor iMItIS Mlnnlo Hlatt of Watt visited hero last wookIr Charlie Adams was down from listen Jan 2ndl number of young people enjoyed ft oleo time at a party gluon by Misses Lavana and Samatha Fish Saturday night Mm W A Coffey la very nick at this writing Miss Dorcas Wild will teach a winter school at this place beginning Jan 3 Mr Will Crawford and family left Dec 28 for Straight Creek where they will make their homeMr and Mrs W Jones returned to their home Jan 1 after a short visit to his pants Mr and Mrs W II JonesMr Esmar HaM returned to Ford Dec 31 allot a short visit with friends here ICIurx Arthur Clark were quietly married at the home of tho bride I Doc 30 Also Mr Willie McGulro and I Mlta Sallle A Young were mantel at the homo of the bride Doe 30Mrs I Lucy Richmond IIOONK is sick at present IIJoono Dec 30Mhtl Hattlo Poyn liter who has been teaching school near Wlldle returned to liar homo horo Saturday Willie Coyle and Talitha Coyle of Rockfonl are planning to enter school In Berco Mr and Mrs Jaw Wren wore visiting at I Rockford on Sunday The northbound passenger train wad wrecked near Snl dor Friday night by running into loaded freight cars No one was soil ously injured Mary Crutchor was visiting near Snider on Sunday Sin da Lovott visited relative at Rock ford Saturday and Sunday Mr Pal KUIwoll of tills place mode a business trip to Richmond on Sunday Mrs Fannie Bolon Is mekMr and Mrs Goo lurch who have been visiting at this placo returned to their home near Wlldlo a tow days egoMr J II Lambert and Mr Jess Wron wore Ml Vernon one day last week Iin Continual QD Fourth ragtj Wo Bu- yFURS Hides and Wool I FthnTallow BCMWU CIn cnr CU3 l tyrfow atoned My Apple dealnlI taaIiih Sabol ASont229 E sataet St LOUISVILLE KY RAILWAY MAIL CLERK- SWANTED The Government pays Railway Mail Clerks 600 to 1200 and other em ployees up to 2500 annually Undo Sum will liolel spring ox countryforHouse Clarks Stenographer Hook keepers Departmental Clarks and other Government IosltloiiH Thou minilB of appointments will he monde Any man or woman over 18 In City or Country can got Instruction und free Information by writing ut once to the Bureau of Instruction 260 O Hainlln BuildIng Rochester N Y Very Serious a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have tho wrong ono given you For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to ret tho genuine BLACtDDRAUGHT Liver The reputation of this old rela Indigestionly established It does not Imitate other medIcines U is bettor than others or it would not bo the fa latersaleSOU IN TOWN Pt