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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r OFFICE t IIIESIIJENTS KY y BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOUrUUATKD STANLEY FROST Manager Kxttmlat the Fotlofflet at Ittna AVi at second clou mattmaUfr IVol Y1 Five cents a copyBEREA MADISON COUNTY MARCH 3 1010 One Dollar a year No 35 i NEWS OF THE WEEK n Snow Buries Thirty Phlladolphl Troubles British Cabinet Totter Ing Welcome Teddy After Dr Pearsons Trust Heads Indicted SNOW BURIED THIRTY A trcm endous snow slldo which poured down the altos ot the mountains In Idaho last Saturday wiped out of existence i two towns In the Couor dAleno dis trict Thirty Pomona were killed In their beds and something llko forty Injured The gang aro at work dig ging out the bodies but have found no one alive PHILADELPHIA TROUBLES There has been a little less rioting In Philadelphia where the htrcot car men aro striking since the state police woro called In but still n9t a day passes without Its tale ot violence Seeing that the fighting was not succeeding the unions have ilo Qclded a desperate move and on Bat 125000 union men all there are In tbo city will go out on a sym pathetic strike and refuse to work till the street car men get what they are after CAIHNBT TfrFERiNGTho crU ts In the British government has not passed and there Is nothing clear yet us to what will happen The Irish aro continually threatening the Li berals and the latter are at their wits end It their old opponents the Unionists do not conic to their aid there will bo a very serious danger to the country from tho lack of any appropriations to run the government with next year- WELCOMING TEDDY Roosevelt lion finished his great hunt and is now on his way down tho Nllo to civilization Europe is ringing with plans to honor him and every nation is bidding tor a chance to express its respect and appreciation of his groat qualities The foreign ambass adors who worked hero and know him have been called homo to arrange for the great reception and ovary tiling possible Is being done AFTER PEARSONS Koreas friends will bo Interested In Ute arrest I In Chicago last week of a young criminal on whom was found evidence t that ho Intended to try to scare Dr D K Pearsons into giving him 37000 Ho had a letter all written which ho intended to hand Mr Pearsons in which ho sold that It the money was not given over at once they would both die Fortunately ho was caught at something OBO first and so didnt try It LESLIE SHAW SCARED ExSec rotary Leslie M Shaw In a speech In Philadelphia last week showed that ho Is gravely alarmed about tbo do tense ot this country against a foreign enemy Ho said that while ho did not believe there was a war with Japan coming soon still if ore did come wo would bo unable to meet tho Japes on anything like equal terms for some months or to defend either our island possessions or our sea coasts against them TRUST HEADS INDICTED A real Indictment with a jail sentence behind it has boon found against tho great heads ot the meat trust Five companies and nearly twenty men who include all that aro tho most Important In tho business havo been indicted in New Jersey and win have to go there and stand trial Meanwhile a Federal grand Jury In Chicago has been hard at work and it Is expected that something will happen there too WHAT LIQUOR COSTS In Springfield a woman was loft a wid ow because her husband drank him self to death Now she has brought liquorIthat she will got it too OUT OF TilE GINGER JAR A sure way to savo monoyrdont spend It One of tho surest ways to lose a j friend Is to lend him money It is quite useless to toll tho goat not to but In he will do It anyway Speaking ot homo remedies tho switch of our grandfathers was a pretty good remedy for quite a long list ot Juvcnllo disorders One swallow does not make a sum I mar but a dozen or so In a black I bottle are sufficient to produce a great chango In temperature are any number of men who 1Tbere ready to sharo their trou bles with their wives manifest a strong disinclination to share theirI pleasures with them From March Farm Journal To Avoid Death from Fright f Death from fright In tho first stages of ether and chloroform before con 1sciousnesa Is lost Is beat avoided by patient hold and Inhale the stuff himselfs f THE 1 ITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the mountain People A LETTER FROM MRS FROST 41 Buckingham Plaeo- Drlghton England February U 1910 Dear friends In Berea It would bo a real pleasure to mo It I could write to each one that 1 think of with love but that would leave time for little else And so as my friends read this I lope each will say This letter It to ME To begin with tliu ocean voyage Previous voyages had not given me a very friendly feeling for tho ocean This time I set myself to keeping Its good qualities constantly In mind in tho hopo of realizing that IQVO for tho ocean width so many feel On tho first day the monster showed his good side and welcomed us with smiles Then the worst aide appeared Tho worst sldo ot the best people Is pretty hard to live with and so wo found It with tho ocean Tho clouds hung low Tho wind seemed to bo trying to lift tho waves to moot the clouds and all three seemed to bo saying together Now wo havo this boat all alone thousands of miles from any help lot us see what wo can do with her And as we stood on dock holding to a post to keep our footing and looked at the moun tains of waves coming towards us and tho boat climbing up over them wo seemed to be watching a contest be tweon tho power of tho elements anl the skill of man Tho wireless telegrams brought tho cheerful news from day to day that tho storm was worse ahead and tho cobtest lasted for nine dnlw When It was over tho love and admiration I had hoped to fool for tho ocean were bestowed on Uio noble boat Wo were not violently seasick all those days by any means but wo tuft rather wretched most of tho time This doom not apply to Cleve land Ho was on dock continually Ho seemed to enjoy tile raging ot wind and waves and came down only when- nOCOl8llrtor meals and for sleep ing Ho missed but ono meal during the voyage On tho tenth day a dim outline ot land could bo soon along tho horizon Whew tie t men In Ute steerage dock oaught sight ot it they sent up a wild cheer and every heart joined for tho bolt ocean travellers were tired of that voyage and tho captain declared it time worst the boat had ever made We passed several Dreadnoughts ly- Ing at anchor at Portsmouth then came tho landing at Southampton To land on such a shoro as Englands makes one forgot the annoyances of yesterday for there Is scarcely a I spot In all England that some life some great deed boa not In ado sacred Whllo waiting for our train at Southampton wo saw Uio house whore tho great hymn writer Isaac Watts was born Ills father had boon put in jail because ot his religion and tho mother would take tho baby and land In tho street opposite tho Jail window BO that tho father could got a little comfort In looking at them When wo went to tho station to tako tho train Cleveland doubled up with laughter over the small engines and cars They do seem like toys and Cleveland begged mo to got him a train for a Christmas present But we found that these toy trains could go very swiftly and smoothly without Jar or noise Tho cars are not heat ed but long Un cans filled with hot water kept our feet warm It was good tho next morning to wako up and find ourselves on land As we looked out we taw the sea dimpling and twinkling In Ute sun shine looking more like a laughing child than a howling monster Very soon wo found out about a lady who wished to leave her homo with responsible people whllo sho went to Italy In taking this homo wo had to take the maid belonging to it and a real treasure she has proven to be Sho is engaged to a young man by tho name of WhltUngton Jam not sure that the name Is Dick Whittington but I like to think so If I am wrong J shall not find it out as sho always speaks of him as my young man This mold knows tho markets and the customs and speech ot the people and so often saves us the exposure of our Ignorance For in spite of a common language we are foreigners In this land of our forefathers Many words which wo know only In books aro used here in conversation such oa copse furze rooks larder Other words aro used in a different way from that In which we uso them A lawyer Is a solicitor a store a shop a dry goods storo a drapery a hardware merchant an ironmonger a streetcar a tram a freight car a goods van an engineer a driver molasses Is treacle across the rood la over Continued on fourth page A FEW GRAINS OF SAND A great locomotive moves Bvyiftly out of a city station drawing behind it a train of heavy corn and with ease time engine gathers speed till it shoots like a flush Heroes the open country o livingembodiment of power and strength But after a few miles something seems to go wrong The engineer shuts oil steam tOo traiu comes to n stop and a wreath of smoke is seen rising from one of the axles It is a hot box and the engine is useless The ellgilletr and fireman get down pull out the stuffing and find in the bearing n few grains of sand They are carefully wiped out the stuffing replaced and the engine goes on its wayas strong and beautiful as ever There has been no change in the enginebut a few grains of sand in the bearing had destroyed its power for a while According to Thomas A Edison there is such a sand in the bearings of our great modern civilization Mr Edison should know for no man has done more than ho to make our great recent progress pcssiblo lIe has recently been telling of the wonderful possibilities which lie before the world today orall they may eas ily bo achieved in the next score of years or so Dut he says Society will have to stop this whiskey business which is like throwing sand in the bearings of n steam engine And what is true of society in general is true of the individual men and women in society for they are all parts of the great engine Each man or woman is a small engine in himself and the whiskey is for them too like throwing sand in the hearings No matter how able and brainy and well equipped man may be nor how well prepared to play n great part in the world if he tries the whiskey business ho will find in time that he has thrown sand into his bearings and he will bo stopped as time great locomotive was WHERE REAL STRENGTH LIES All of us are all time time doing things we know we ought not to andwe usually excuse ourselves to ourselves anyhow by saying that the force circumstances is too great for us We cant thats all there is to it And we dont and the mean little habits stick to us But once in a while something stirs us up a little at New Years or some such time and we decide to reform So we go to work and sign pledges and draw hp resolutions and make a lot of prom ises and stand up in prayer meetings and then after a while we find ourselves back in the old way again Not always of course Sometimes a lucky follow will win out and then his friends who have been back sliding will all crowd around and ask him how he did it That was the case a while ago with a fellow who had quit drinking He had been a toper for a long time when suddenly his friends noticed that he had quit No one said anything about it for awhile for he had often quit before but when after rf few months it was seen that he would stick to it they began to ask how he did It Well lie said I decided I ought to quit So I joined tho church and two temperance societies and signed the pledge and joined an anti trenting club and told my wife I would never drink again and thourTell us they demanded what then r Well then seeing I had gone pfar aa that I decided it was up to me to make good so I quit Just quit That was all and he would have done it just as easily without all that rigawaiole if he had thought so in the first plncn The trouble with so many of our good resolutions is that we dont but about half mean them We know It would bo nice to reform but we hate the work and dont want to go without the things wo are used t6 So we tniko a good resolution to keep our con sciences quiet and when they have shut up we go oil the hookagain How about you brother If you really want to quit that bad habit of yours arent you man enough to do it Y Well then why dont you Y LOBBY AT fRANKfORT Never More Powerful than Now Some of Its Methods Set Forth How the Voice of the People Is Stifled A splendid example Is being given at Frankfort this winter of tho operations ot what Is known as tho lobby The lobby is a small body of men who have no real license to havo anything to do with the legislative do liberations of tho assembly of tho rep reentativos ot tho people but who do to a greater or loss extent really manage the whole course of legislation at time Capital The lobby takes Its name from Uio vestibule which is usually round out side tho hall whero the legislature meets This vosUbulo Is called tho lobby and the lobbyists arc the men who work there trying to influence tile members of the leg islature as they go to and from their work But as Umo has gone on tho none has como to be applied to any ono who works for a measure thru ouliddo and underhanded means Instead of openly Kentucky this year has tho strongest lobby that has disgraced tho cap ital for years It is really managed by Col Whallcn Democratic loss of Louisville who formed It chiefly to prevent the passage of Uio County Unit bill but Incldontly has made use of it in many ways and has In fact got so strong a hold 024 tho legislature that he seems able to prevent tho passage bt nay measure which ho opposesTho motions of the lobby arc as simple as can be As soon as the legislature meets or before tho lobbyists get control of a majority of one house or cf both they appoint leaders who are to do tho actual work In Uio IDUB and havo these men put into Influential positions In tho house Then they see that their men got control of tho committees and they aro ready A bill la intro duced referred by a man controlled by tho lobby to a committee filled with men who obey It Probably It is never hoard from again but If it Js they will have enough vctce to de feat IL It Is not only the result ot thIs work but In tho moUioda that the lobby id to bo condemned Of course the result Is to stifle the voice ot the people and to prevent tho legislature from responding to the voice ot tin I majorities who elected the members But the methods oft tho control are such as subvert do very foundations of free government When the new members appear each has somo ono or two things which ho wishes done The members of the lobby offqr to swap It I ho will support their measures and will take orders when tho right time I cornea they will see that ho gets his pot measure either passedor so placed that he can go back to his constituents and point with pride t- hIs record Many men glvo in to this argument thoy do riot see tho importance ot the other laws or It they do they hopo that they con fool I the voters Lots of times they do I toe Just bccauso the voters do not take ouough interest But there tire always some legislators who hang out These men get something hotter They will bo promised jobr thru the summer at which they wlll draw 5 to 10 a I dart and expenses with nothing ta- I do1fhe lobblt pays his debts at the post ot the people he Is wrong Ing Or else tho follow will get a positionlor thingsI DutIIIs threatened it ho does not bo good That gets him Or else he Is got drunk and mado to do some disgraceful thing which tho lobbyist will keep hidden or publish accord Ing to how the legislator votes And so on Promises favors whiskey and women money and jobs throats and bribes all are used In the attempt Continued on fourth page i rl J 1ie BEREA BANKS TRUST COMPANY I I F Has stood the test time This banking institution was r lished in 1901 During the nine years of its existence it has never closed its por its in any 1 i waytReferring you our rec ord of which we are proud we solicit your banking business We you absolute safety efficient service and courteous treatment The Bank for All the People WASHINGTON LETTER Bal I angerPinchot Row Produces New Sensation teaders New Agree ment with Taft Produces onlyHope- so Far Gompers on Warpath Again Washington D C Feb 2G 1910 SIr Balllnger has gone up In theI air with a loud bang and as we these pages the have not yet camo down There la considerable speculation as to what the condition of the body will be when It appears and whether or not it will look natural Some sun hope that the Seem tary of the Interior will arrive f m1 his ascension in shape to put up a I fight yet but the most doubt this I The cause of the explosion was our friend Qlfford Plnohot pronounce It Plnshow He was finally called In tho Alaska coal land investigation Saturday and produced charges against Mr Balllnger so explicit detailed so well supported and very and damaging that all previous sensations along this lino have been forgotten The chief ex citement is over Ute fact that in addition to all tho previous charges he now says ho can provo that Bal linger lied to Pres Taft Ho accuses the Secretary of disloyalty to tho President and roltorates with strong all that ho has said before about Mr Balllngors abuse of the trust committed to his taro As to tho charges about public ac tion there Is nothing new The rely change is that Mr Plnchot has gone tar beyond the original plan of criU tho wisdom of Mr Balllngers course and has undertaken to product evidence which reflects on his honesty and decency It halt of what Plnchot says Is true Kir Balllnger is a man who is a disgrace to the party and would really be likely to corrupt a first class jail Mr Balllnger of course virtuously denies this charge He will prove it is false later he says but he does not say whether that will be before or after Dr Cook proves his claim to the North Pole He says Plnchot Is guilty of a deliberate falsehood which is the polite name for lie and so on and so on As a matter of fact the very question brought up In the first place is whether or not Ballln ger has told tho truth and his violent denial does not help his case at all No ono before has ever questioned Mr Plnchota word and ho Is known from one end of tho country to tho other as an honest fear less upright gentleman Republican and servant ot the It will tako more than the word of man accused of crlmo to besmirch him This testimony of Plnchots has furnished the chief excitement here this week It is not now believed pos sible for Pres Taft to keep Balllnger ID tho Cabinet much longer tho ot course ho will have a to provo himself Innocent if he can In Congress there has been a lit tie mere sign ot activity and somo of the hopefuls are now beginning to believe that C A are at last satisfied with the concessions they have got from Taft and win jut thru the bills ho asks for lIe has made his demands five Postal Savings Banks InterState Commerce Court Statehood for Arlzonla and New Mexl Contlnued Fourth Ftft t Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper r KENTUCKY of estab t doors failed depositors to offer pieces 00I serious proofs clslng people a chance on IIN OUR OWN STATE Thomas out for DanvlllewfilsonJSellers Raided In Spurs LegislatureLincoln Insti I tute Meets OpposItionGovernor Willson Defended OUT FOR GOVERNORThe li quor Issue will evidently bo the ono on which tho next campaign In this state will be fought to a considerable extent as wo have been predicting Ilfor some time and tho Democratic regulars have been hurt by their actions during this session of the leg islature Mayor Woods of Richmond t- I a life long Democrat said In a public speech last week that ho would sup port ORear against n whiskey Democrat and now Claude Thomas of Paris threatens to make a race for govor r nor on an independent temperance Democratic ticket- GOVERNOR SPURSGov Willson has tried once more to spur the Leg islature up to some sense of Its dut lIes sending another splendid moss age In which there Is set forth all that ought to be done by tho legis lature before It adjourns AXmost nothing has been done and there is no sign of anything useful being turned out yetIRAIDS IN DANVILLE Danville takes a hand at cleaning up every once in a while Last week they had a few raids there and jugged eigbtIeen whiskey sellers Two wore con victed and heavily sentenced AGAINST LINCOLN INSTITUTE The bill Introduced for the purpose of preventing the founding of Lin cold Institute passed the lower house I of the Legislature last week by a strong vote It la hardly expected to get thru tho Senate DEFENDS WILLSON In tho midst ot thQ vicious and unjustified attacks which are being mado on the Governor for using the troops to stop the night rider raids in this state it is mighty pleasant to find one Democrat honest enough to como out with tho truth This man is Mayor Meacham of Hopklnsvllle who certainly knows and he saya that If tho governor had not done what he did the damage would have been I much greater 1 HYPNOTISM AND WILL POWER The more will power a person has says H Addington Bruce In the Womans Homo Companion for March the more readily can ho be hypnotized for there are certain conditions Involving the exerclso of will power on the subjects part for Instance concentraUon ot attention that must be fulfilled before the hypnotic state can be brought on For this reason the weakwilled tho mentally defective the Insane are very hard to hypnotize Doctor Volsln a celebrated French alienist found that ho could not hyp notize more than ten per cent of Ute Inmates of the aslyum with which ho was connected Whereas an Eng lish experimenter named Vincent hypnotized with ease ninetysix per cent of a large group of university men SanityAmesa ured by the range of Interests to which he can respond A store of permanent and valued Interests is both a sign and guard of sanity J N S V- FlcT RL BYi7q JGOJ2 rICOPYRIGHT 190G THE 014Q ME eGG CO P Set a Telegraph Instrument Over Which He Sometimes Presided to I I Clicking I 1 SYNOPSIS Frederick a fashionable Boston Jiltedtlcharge of nn American Trading throughstore In Russia On Ills Journey Japan lie met Staplcton Neville IIIposedly aa Englishman They agreed to go together to Russia Because of BUS picious circumstance they were several arrested by the Japanese personwas and found upon his were papers showing maps of Jar forts Hardy was proven gulltlen On a train lie met Alsome 8ano daughter of a Jap merchant In Nevilles shoes Jap found pictures of forts proving him to he a Russian spy Hardy departed for Bus sia on a steamer which was wrecked shortly afterward Ho was rescued by a Russian steamer On reaching VIa vostok he was well treated He started for Siberia nicotine Princess Romannvna on the train Hardy boarded a vessel for Amur Hardy showed the princess his xpertness as a rifle shot The steamer was stranded The princess and her maid were attacked by Chinese Hardy waved their lives The princess thanked Hardy for his heroism Manchurians fired upon the craft Hardy slew their chief Burning arrows were hurled upon the Pushkins decks An attempt was made to board the vessel The attacking Chinese wero repulsed Romanort sneered at HardyH for tho princess Stanka a messenger sent for help was nailed to a cross on the shore To put an end to tho awful torture Hardy himself put own life In out his hands misery Forest tires menaced the vessel lardy volunteered to help Refused permission ho jumped overboard and started to swim with the princess distress message Ito manor was angry at Hardy for his bravo forts to rescue tho princess lIe wooed her In his own savage way He said Hardy hail marie lute openly to a Japanese girl Help tame and the princes was rescued CHAPTER XXI Knight Errant Hardys journey down the swift vague mysterious river that night was an experience never to be forgotten Often as he clung to his little raft his knees would scrape on the I soft sand and just as frequently ho would swing off into deep water and hang suspended above depths where he might easily drown should he take a cramp or lose his nerve Sev eral times he grounded on sandbanks and was obllgpd to drag off his wooden buoy a matter of no little difficulty as it was partly waterlogged and very heavy Onoo ho drifted close In- shorej and found himself In a counter- currentI that actually was taking him back toward the Pushkin and it was only by swimming at right angles to this and giving his raft frequent vig orous pushes that ho managed at last to get out into the downward sweep of the stream Four hours after leaving the boat he was on the military road that stretched dimly gray between the stolid silent black of the Siberian forests and tho itarsprlnklcd whis pering black of tho river He leached the military station a rambling bulling of square hewn torts flanked by several small struc tures about ten oclock and break- Ing his bottle gave his dispatch to a whlte haired and corpulent soldier with a verb red face whosv rayed and faded uctform proved him a petty officer of some sort This man glanced through the paper with wondering ales then read It aloud to a nonde 1 err r script group of old women two or three soldiers and a farmer or two who soon collected about him Then ho dashed into the house and set a telegraph instrument over which ho sometimes presided to clicking Hardy chilled to tho marrow now that he had ceased walking and run ning and wearied to tho point of col lapse sank on a rustic bench believ ing himself forgotten in the excitement evidently occasioned by his news In this he soon found himself mistaken however for a toothless old crone with a kindly face and a red handkerchief tied over her head came up to him and taking him by the arm inquired Zakouska He swallowed three glasses of vod ka and ravenously devoured several caviar sandwiches after which he was supplied with warm dry clothing and tucked away in bed When he awoke It was midafter noon and the old commandant had delved into a Russlan French diction ary sufficiently to dig out the words which ho pronounced many times with a smiling face Sauves monsieur tous sauves thereby affording the American the greatest joy and relief and establishing his own reputa tion at tho station as a wonderful scholarHardy remained at the station ono week at the end of which time ho resumed his journey to Stryetensk on horseback escorted by a hat dozen Cossacks bound for Irkutsk on some military mission or other He learned very soon after his ar rival at Stryetensk that the relief party had Put In an appearance a short time after his start down the river on his perilous trip and that the princess had been rescued this time entirely without his aid CHAPTER XXII Hardy Receives Two Letters The store at Stryetensk was a low rambling building constructed in the shape of a capital E without the mid die bar A high board fence connect- Ing the extremities of the two wings Inclosed ono side of a square yard which contained outbuildings and sheds for horses a droshky or two and several of the long boatshaped telegas that do duty in that country as drays In the outhouse moreover was kept a supply of plows and other agrlcutural Implements while the store itself was stocked with an immense and motley assortment of gen eral merchandise suited to the retail demand of tho region and for whole sale shipments to the towns along the Shllka river on which stream Stryetensk is located Hardy found the city itself deary in the extreme consisting merely of a collection of raw squalid houses lo rated on dusty or muddy streets It was as new and rough as the newest frontier town tn America and hope lessly unattractive despite tho fact I that it was surrounded by noblo hllli and that the beautiful Shllka flowed between it and the extensive railroad shops that aro maintained at this point During his first day in the town he put up at the Darnlvostock hotel but found the lodging so abominable the faro so execrable and the service so Insolent that ho was glad to engage an old peasant woman of all work and begin housekeeping in some unoccu pied rooms of tho Trading Companys storo Besides this old woman his only companion was a young Russian clerk who spoke a littlo bad English which ho practiced on Hardy with such per sistence that ho became a nuisance entertaining him with such re marks as- Good morning Mr Hardy The barn of my storo is not so large as the barn of my uncle Have you seen the barn of ray uncle or Good evening Mr Hardy Do you think the black horse is as good as the white horse Neither tho ono nor tho other Is so good as the horse of my aunt This interesting person was possessed of the skin of a baby pink cheeks very thick red lips blue eyes and tinfoil hair His namo was Vaslll Ogorodntkoff He imagined himself a great merchant and his manner toward Hardy oscillated between superciliousness and the other extreme of sudden servility when reminded of his position Ho was either presumptu ous or groveling It was impossible to treat him as an equal And here from the very start Hardy got his first taste of hard work and came to realize what a blessing it Is how It ennobles a mans sur roundings however strange prosaic or uninviting and what a royal pana cea It Is for blues homesickness love sickness or any species of festering discontent In addition to the dally business of the store It was necessary for him to tako stock familiarize him self with the details of the trade get what idea he could of the accounts study the commercial possibilities of the region He saw immediately that if ho did not wish to continue at the mercy of Vaslll he must learn tho Russian languago as soon as possible this indeed must be his first object He must swallow Russian In great gulps and must digest it Ho there fore looked about for a teacher The only available person he could find was a Russian Jew who desplto his youth wore a great balo of bushy red whiskers falling to the fourth button of his shabby waistcoat Mordecai Daruch knew English very well as ho had spent several years in New York In the factory of a rela live engaged there In the manufacture of caps Ho undertook to teach Hardy Russian and he found tho latter a most assiduous pupil devoting as many as four hours a day to the sub jectHardy had not been long In Stry etensk before he received a letter from Mrs Johnny Folkstone the Dos ton society leader calling him a naughty boy for running away to the ends of tho earth and deserting all his friends and assuring him that society would not have been able to do with out him money or no money had he seen fit to remain Another letter received not long after his arrival in Stryetensk gavo him more pleasure- It was written on the daintiest and lightest of Japanese paper in very small and exquisitelyformed script As Hardy picked this letter up from his writing table tbero was something about it that suggested femininity even before ho opened it A woman eh he muttered and in Japan I wonder who are In Japan this summer Perhaps the Castle tonsHo held tho envelope closer to his eyes to examine the script to see if he could guess qt the writers identity when the problem was solved A faint and elusive perfume aroso to his nos trils so faint as to be almost Imper ceptible yet Imperishable as tho memory of a kiss and the Imago of Aisome took shape again in his mind Aloinc as she had stood that night on the wharf at Hakodate bidding him goodby dainty as a moonflower exquisite as a Queen of Fairyland Yokohama August 18 1903 You will perhaps be surprised at hear ing from me but you will not accuse mo youlearnthis manner Some time ago the estim able Mr Sano did me the honor of desir ing to marry me Soon after your de parture for Hakodate lie again offered me his hand and when I made It plain to him that I should never consent ho became very angry and accused mehow shall I express myself of having become Infatuated with the American meaning you In his Jealous rage he revealed tbe fact that he had given secret orders to the captain of tho Shlkoku Maru to have you disposed of You will never ho ex claimed gnashing his teeth like a wolf behold your beloved American again You can Imagine that this confession did not advance Mr Sano to any great ex tent In my esteem Though I did not be tray myself to him I was nearly frantic went to the higher nu toldthemthorities frankly of Sanos pro posal to me and of his plot ugttinnt your life I disclaimed any Interest In you further than tho fact that you were Inno cent and that you were a wellknown American and that It would not be wise i at this time to excite American hostility I or U Involve Japan complications with 1 that country fiano being summoned denied the plot denied that he hail ever sought my hand or that ho hull any feel lug for ms except admiration for my tat ents The authorities were rather amused over th affair and scorned to think that I bore Rano some private grudge which I was trying to pay ore I was reduced to despair hardly knowing what course to pursu next when the news arrived that the SlilkokUyMaru had ben wrecked and that you were taken oft and carried to Vladivostok by a llussldn merchant steamer I take It for granted that you are safely In Stryetensk ero this and are deeply Immersed In your new duties Sano by the way Is so biller against me now and so Intent on my ruin that I have applied for service In Manchuria a task for which I am fitted by my thor languageSogot me by calling me your Queen of Fairyland nnd your Little Lilac Blossom Are not women silly SUSCfJIIIblllty for nil serious work In the world But I coula not rest without letting you know that Idld not deceive you and that I am not the treacherous creature you must have thought me If you gained any Inkling of the designs upon you I sup yourJapanesehave become an enthusiastic admirer of the beauty of the Russian ladles Still If you should ever think of mo again I should hate to have any unpleasant impression associated with the memory of one whom you once thought of as a Ulan Blossom and a Queen of Fairy land Am I not silly Your friend AISOMK MOSUIIO He gained from the letter that Also mo was a most feminine woman de spite her calling but tho Idea never occurred to him that she was In love with him CHAPTER XXIII The Hated Jew Quo morning as Hardy was busy at his desk In the rear of the principal room of the store Vaslll came and stood beside him smiling supercili ouslyAre there many Jews In America he asked Hardy believing that this was aim ply another attempt on the part of his clerk to take an English lesson replied sharply I dont know Dont talk to me now please Im busy I But Vaslll contrary to lila custom when he was coolly received per fisted The Jews are very numerous in Russia They aro much hated by tho Christians They crucified our Saviour and they sacrifice young chil dren to their heathen rites This was rather an extended effort for Vaslll nnd though It had a de cided Ollondorflan ring there was something In his manner that Indi cated a deeper purpose than tho mere desire to profit by his superiors Eng lishNonsense exclaimed Hardy with Irritation I have no patience with any such folly That Is all an idle superstition unworthy to bo enter tained by a man of your intelli genceNonsense is it sneered Vas III My father hates the Jews and my uncle hates them worse than my father Do the Americans love the JewsNo they do not love them neither do they hato them Somo of our best citizens aro Jews There is no such thing as religious persecution in America Any man Is respected in that country who earns his living hon estly VasIII went about his work but re turned later with the remark The people of this town want tho Jews to go They do not understand why you are seen so much with tho Jew Mordccal It might be dangerous for you if there should be trouble Some say that you aro an American JewHardy dropped his pen and looked up with interest A slight gush a red spot crept into his cheek You may tell my esteemed and somewhat meddlesome neighbors for me ho drawled that I am neither a Jew nor a Choctaw Ipdian and that when I need their advice In my private affairs I shall calt them In I am a Russian persisted Vaslli do you love Jews better than Rus sians My dear VasIII when you persist In making a nuisance of yourself as at present I am quite sure that I like tho Jews better than tho Russians or at least than some Russians If you have anything to do will you kindly go about It I never felt better able to onduro your absence than at this very Instant Vaslll moved away smiling but it was an evil smile Hardy rcturnol to his accounts and tried to dismiss his clerks remarks from his mind Ho succeeded for tbe time being as tho work before him was engrossing but later in the day tho Russians observations persistent ly recurred to him and causqd him considerable annoyance lie fancied that tho retail trade had been falling off somewhat and wondered if this wero a result of the Russian lessons with tho Jow Tho next morning he took a long walk with Mordocal cross Ing the ferry that Is Ingeniously run by the force of tho rivers current and struck out Into tho hills Hitherto he had been deeply absorbed In tho I I Am a Russian Persisted IIRuulanstJRussian loworm and over thoro had been constantly in his mind tho thought that this was hot language and that If he should ever moot her again ho would bo able to talk with her In her own tongue Now however ho was distracted by the scowling faces of tho early vII lagers whom ho met on the streets Tho rnftllko ferry was crowded and ho noticed that tho passengers drew away from himself and Mordocal as though fearing some contagion These people muttered repeating the words Tho Jew Tho Jew with a loathing and fear such as Hardy had never heard put Into human speech before As uttered by them tho word Itself become an epithet of bato and super stitious horror the most opprobrious Insult that could be hurled at a fellow creature Hardy glanced at Mordccal Ills companion stood silent looking down nervously clasping ono hand in tho other tho collar of his long cloak turned up about his cars Onco ho looked up a fleeting glance and there was a baleful light half hate half fear In Mi reddishbrown eyes On tho country road which they took after leaving tho ferry they passed several telegas or long wagons coming into town and Hardy observed that tho drivers of these also eyed him and his companion with looks of loathing and again ho heard above the rattle of the wheels that ancient cry of hate The Jowl Tho Jowl They sat down beneath a tree on tho side of a hill commanding a view of the town and the winding Shllka up whose rapid current a steamer was now shouldering its way leaving behind a trailing plumo of black smoke of Incredible size They conversed in Russian for awhile Mordecal skill fully leading tho dialogue without any reference to tho unpleasant Incidents of the morning When however Hardy arose at last to return to the shore tho Sow said myIget along by yourself or by the help of a Russian teacher who docs not know any English I do not desire to make a change replied Hardy I am more than sat isfied with my present teacher Nevertheless Insisted Baruch the time has como when it will bo- no longer safe for you to go on with me I have wanted to speak of this for several days but It has been so pleasant to me to havo tho society of a human being hero In tills country of wolves and dogs that I havo not been able to bring myself to tho point Be sides I need the money that you pay me I greatly fear that another Jew- Ish persecution Is about to break out I havo seen the storm brewing for some time If it were not for my old mother for whoso sake I came bacll to this accursed country I would quietly leave At any rate thcro Is no need of your becoming involved In our trouble perhaps losing your life r The people do not understand your as sociating with mo It Is oven whllljpered that you are of Jewish Hardy laughed My dear follow ho said It Is no bodys bUHlnoss whom I employ for A Russian teacher I shall pursue tho courso that seems bout to me and I shall not allow these people to Inter fere with my private affairs If nec essary we will warn the authorities that troublo Is brewing Baruch sprang to his feet and looked over toward Stryctonsk his eyes blazing with hate Oh tho authorities ho cried do you know that tho persecutions of the Jews In Russia are connived at by tho authorities and tolerated even by theIczar himself Could not tho ties if they wished uproot and dispel tho superstitions that mako the Jews hated and feared 1 The people of Russia aro more animals ignorant and ferocious and they do what thoy aro told But there will bo a day of reck oning for Unholy Russia Tho God who opened tho Red sea for Israel who led them through the wilderness with a pillar of cloud by day and of t fire by night who talked with Moses In tho burning bush who was with his people of old In Nineveh tho God who has made Rothschild a king of kings who Inspired the brains of Solomon and home the souls of Mendelssohn and Meyerbeer nnd tho heart of MontoAorehe will mako this rabblo pay for tho blood of his chosen race All tho miseries of the Palo and the Ghetto all the degrada lion and suffering the starvation the blows tho massacre and pillage aro they not written down In tho books of Recording Angel Tho old law of eye for an eye a tooth for a anIwas written for you 0 Unholy and when your day of Judgment comes thanlintwrongbutgrind very fine not matter how slowly they turn As Mordecai said these words something of the power of an ancient soer crept into his bearing life red eyes flashed fire his shabby cloak seemed tho robo of a prophet and bin features InslgnlatheyHardy arose Vo will walk back quietlyOn MoscowIteplstlo Itself was written In French jlieatthomnnovnaT I earlythiswrite a letter in Russian and I toIwant you to straighten out for me- S TO DE CONTINUKO e L 1 BRIGHT DAYS III AND DARK By REV 11DMACKAYD M didmuehploysItBOur bright days aro counterbalanced by dark days Our times of prosper adversityForvino providence a corresponding gain thereJ00iof love and wo find everywhere the working of this divine law of counter poise tho divine love compensating of every earthly loss Where sin abounds grace doth much more abound Where death walks with Insolent feet life triumphs in exultant song When earthly Joys wither betty beautyWhenthreadbare decay eternity robes herself In immortal splendor Wo want to realize of course that these bright days and dark In life which nlternato In such swift succes plan4isorrow and death nro not haphazard They are not tho chance happenings of a cruel and heedless fate Nor nro they ebullitions fickleness In God or for gctfulnosA of his children Not to tantalize nnd tease tho soul not that wo may take our Joys with trembling nnd our sorrows with cringing does our Heavenly Father set the dark days over against tho bright days In life God sends thoso seasons for the growth of what Is worthless and best within tin The dark days nnd the bright days are ns necessary to tho polso of your ns the counter balance is necessary to the equilibri urn of tho wheel It needs no pro grindtwere no shadows to offset Its sunlight What an Insipid thing joy would be- comon surfeit In the banquet of lira If thoro woro no bitters to cleanse ouLiand dark days In life as they como nnd go some times In rhythmic cadence and sometimes In bewildering confusion are al so part of n divine revelation They are days of revealing as well as days of discipline God sends these alternating seasons Into your life to reveal certain qualities within you to call into play certain capacities to make vital certain possibilities In your na turo which tho monotony of nn unbroken experience could never bring Tho changing days of life unmask the reserves of character It Is of course a truism that a man never knows bow much ho can endure until tho day of adversity comes It has been pointedc out that Walter Scott became great as- a man and realized tho highest ex pression his genius not until tho wnvo of adversity swept over his life A writer has pointed out tho common placo character of Scotts personal journal up to tho time before tho fall ure qf his publishers took place Rut oftrthnt failure a new note becamo vocal In tho great writers journal anew personality emerged Ono re members In thin connection the letter which upon the day succeeding the news of tho disaster Scott wrote to an Intimate friend I have walked for tho las tlmo In these halls which+ I have built looked for the last tlmo In all probability at tho domain which I have planted but death would have taken those things from me If mitt fortune had not Tho letter concludes with tho words Adversity Is to me n tonic and a bracer Look at that manuscript says Huskln referring to Scotts novel of Woodstock which was In course of writing at the time written In the very maelstrom of that adversity and not by the quiver of a frl stroke not by the suggestion ofI ffasingle tremor In tho hand not by nn erasure or change not by any falling off In the creative Interest of tho story rould any ono detect that whoa Scott wrote the second part of thnt novel ho did BO under a cloud of bitter ad versity And biography Is full of such tin of tho pressure of tho dark Imaskfngs the bright days In personality became a tar moro potent Influence after blind ness hnd stricken him Tho loss of keennessInever lain in Hertford jail ho had never dreamed tho Pilgrims Progress Had Tom Hood never known for him self tho bitterness of want and the ache of pain ho had never sung tho Song of the Shirt or sobbed out his Immortal dirge Tho Bridge of Sighs Had David never fallen ns hehdid tho world would never have the passion of pcntlnnco and aspira lion of honrt which breathed through I stuns such psalm an tho fiftyfirst Had IsIhoveri had tho revelation of heaven ns ho hasf unfolded Its glories In tho last book of Scripture In a sense most solemn of all had Christ never passed through i tho darkness of Calvary and tasted the blttortiess of death Ho had never boon exalted ns the Saviour of tho k world It Is n blessed experience sure I ly If for any one of us from whom the wltbIl J s Millinery Styles BOTTOMLEYIBy JULIA I N SPITE of all that la said about tho fickleness of fashion there are some hats that are always f style Year otter year Indeed decade after decade sees llttlu change In thorn cither In shape or size and nono In texture There Is thnt most benutlful of hats the Panama which for gen erations was made In about one shape for men and women It Is only within the last three yours that the heavy buyers have ben nblo to persuade the native makers to vary their model and produce a little variety In shape This n doubtful advantage for the trimmer takes tho good old forms and cleverly modifies them to the changing Ideas of tho passing season Ilesldes the Panama there Is tho beautiful Leghorn not It has been produced for generations With soft owing lines and n crown of normal size and woven RO Ono thnt Its body Is as flexible QIJ cloth It Is altogether 10 excellent that there Is no uso In looking for anything to oxcell It In simple beauty Tho Leghorn Is now blocked by tho mnnufncttirorn Into all sorts of shapes but tho flat brim and mediumsized crown lose nothing by comparison with newer forms Thu clever trimmer takes tho Leghorn flat EVENING DRESS We show an exceedingly dainty dress nero suitable for ninon crepe dechlno or any soft material The upper part Is draped on to a princess which continues as far as ilts tho skirt part la then nUll sot to the edge of the princess limo joining being covered with bugle trimming On the bodlco It Is ar ranged at tho edge of chemisette taken down to tho waist on the right side Small puffs of material form the sleiVPB trimmed with crossings of the trimming and set to bands of tho same Materials required rive yards nlucn 44 Inches wide G f yards trim ming ualf yard lace The New Shades for Spring Elephant gray gold ochre burnt bread laurel green raspberry and twlligbt pink nro some of the colors In which smart rocks for southern wear have mode tholr appearance II and manipulates It at will changing Its outlines to suit the vagaries of hen patrons fancy or her own But aim will never Improve upon the lovely lines of the original shape Time day will not dawn within our time when styloIdered a little rigid and Its underbrlm faced with a dcmlfaclng ofblnck vet vet A wreath of big fullblown roses and foliage adorn It It simply spells the summer girl It Is associated I- nlour minds with girlhood and season after season appeals to us with undl inlnlshed charm Besides tho Leghorn thoro are the Milan braids nnd tho beautiful silo phanous Neapolitans all mado In the flat shape with trifling variations Jn the shape of the crown from gesso to season Tho Milan has more that Is It Is heavier In texture than tho others and IB therefore more used for general utility Such n hat Is shown with a mass of chrysantho mums about tho crown and a wing a tho sldo Tho Initial expense of a tine hat In either of these weaves Is money well spent They aro things of beauty and oven capricious Fashion seems to r card them as Jpys forever I PROPER USE OF ANTIQUE- For Best Effects the Articles Should Have a Room Exclusively to Themselves Those who rummage the second Laud stores and attics for old furnl lure nnd brlaa bra often obtain wha- they arc looking for then pay n bi price to have It prepared for use and put it Just where It does not belong That Is why antique articles look shoddy In so many homes Women who are not good judges will pick up the worst looking old piece of furniture- imnglnubie drape It with chintz an call It beautiful One way to use an ogees properly ia to have an antique room Of course a pair of old and- Irons can be used In nny open Ire place and tho glasstrlnmicd candlesticks are ornamental In the dining room despite the fact that candles seldom are used for lighting the tables It is principally of turnlture that must be careful Do not put an of vainft settee chair nnd marbletopped stand In n room with a mission table and wicker chair nnd do not adorn your walls with pink cherubs and ex pect a mystic glow to make that room look enchanting It will look more like Vesuvius had MI upheaval there The roomIslmplys tremely anal Antiques should bo separated from the modern furniture like sheep from the goats or everyone who goes Into your house will depart with u feeling that chaos has found habotatlon beneath your roof New Embroideries There Is u present fad for lace aud embroidery in combination This Is little moro than a revival of agdo Ono seas limo same crescentshape applique tho oval medallions and the long tabllko motifs Women possessing trimmings of this kind should bring them to light and make use of them Tho blind or satin stitch embroid cries combined with Imitation Irish are pel hails the most popular A Rug Hint Rugs have a tiresome way of curling up at the corners which spoils their appearance and In the end the cor ners get torn away To provide against this directly a rug is bought bind It on the under edge with stow Rolland or furniture webbing Won ans Llfo THE MIGHTY WORKS Sastij School Lenon for Much 13 1910 Specially Arranged for ThIs Paper LESSON TRXTMatthew 8233t femerv verses 2 26- OOLDKN TEXT What manner of man is this that even the winds and thr srz obey hllilMatt 827 perhapstwoJtUKtILACRTht eastern shore of the Seat fiulllec southeast of Capernaum whpro there were towns called Qndura tad terse or GtTKesa Suggestion and Practical Thought 1 Tho Storm on tho Lake Christs Word of PeaceVs 2327 After a long weary day of varied labor for bringing men Into tho knlgdom of heaven Jesus followed by his disci pIps entered Into a ship Soon Jesus lay down on a pillow In tho hinder part of the boat Mark nnd fell Into the deep sweet sleep of natural ex haustion 24 And behold there arose a great tempest in tho sea Mark and Luke call it a furious storm a hurricane 25 And his disciples came to him This shows they had faith In him although It was feeble Lord save us wo perish He fir rebuked the disciples and then rebuked the winds as a master rebukes his servant for disobedience Mark quotes his own words Peace be still Peace to tho winds and the wind ceased Mark And there was a great calm 27 The men marveled Meaning tho disciples and other sailors If any were In the boat see Mark 430 What manner of man Is this The Inconceivable wonder of arresting hurricane was n new revelation of Jesus power even to his disciples II The Restoration of the De moniac Vs 2834 Jesus In able to destroy the most disastrous powers that are the bodies an victorrover the principalities and powers rulers of tho darkness of the world and spiritual wickedness In high places Eph 011 12 When ho was temp to the other side In sofa sail ing after tho storm was over doubtless In the early morning Thoro met him two one of which was the moro prominent nnd remarkable nnd hence Is alone mentioned by Stark and Luke Possessed with devils netter demons Mark calls them unclean spirits Coining out of the tombs Caves cut In hillsides and a natural resort under the circumstances Thor were no asylums for sech persons Exceeding fierce One of tho worst most incurable cases Luke nsays they wore no clothes nerd Mark that they had such Insane strength that fetters nnd chains were not strong enough to bind them and that no man could tame them No won that no man might peas by that tway0 29 And they running to him from afar and prostrating themselves before him Mark crloJ out with aloud voice Luke What have w 4the unclean spirits to do wit thee1 30 There was a good way off nt nStt 2003 Mark 31 Suffer us to go away Into the herd of swine How demons could enter into swine we do not know but It Is more of a mystery than the con nection of mind with body In us There is no scientific objection to brutesgI e do as you wish I will not hinder you my business Is to save the man not property It was property held at tho expense of bad moral Influences upon the community like liquor sa dodt He simply let things take their natural course and held that no amount of property In the scales of heaven can wolgh against tho soul of a manor child A message that is needed todayChrist tells us that those tvho be lieve In him shall do greater works Iidlarger scalo tho works of Christ than It was possible for him to do In Pal satins Tho kindly feeling the desire to help the Increased skill which spring up under Christianity as flow ers grow In the sunshine have made Christs works through his people greater than those ho wrought on earth They are not miracles but are better than the power of miracles ns the prolonged sunshine Is better than a Hash of lightning Lank Development The world Is full of halfdcvisloped lives men and women who are com potent In spots as strong In some things ae they are weak In others brll hint as some of their ways and walk Inln darkness as to others the man of affairs loses vision the philosopher loses practical souse tho scientist bo comes nn animated soulless scalpel and all for the want of an aim that would preserve balance and harmon y In the life TLe McCormlck family of Chlcag- has increased its gift to the rlan theological seminary which hors Its name to tho extent of 14000 n year for ten years to come During the past 10 years the churches of Sweden have increased timely foreign mission gifts by 1000 i e cent The king of Sweden has been nova in this nKivomcni The votoran llaptlii missionary Chlra llev Dr William Ashmore died ecetstjjr lu Toledo 0 Ho was halt jstiirr 11 the foroiin+ Colt I 1885 Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS places 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 others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same loctvrett library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic BibleIfandworkbooks TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and WoodYOJIrNursIng largo17flnlllhedfit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young mea may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even apart of this course as tall and winter terms Is very profitable Small foesaACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gen man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wltH use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards Pintycertificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and trainingnecessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces gory for State certificate Theoz1Dandtees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money reoI oxpendonpeoplewhofor lives of usefulness protestlimethe best families and arc earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be chargeAll and traJnlngter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents Secrelar7bororoone dollar a week besthas students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps COOpttivo other necessary articles at cost rentforrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of beddlna and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in washIngSCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books eta Thli Is paid but onco and is returned when the student departs buUdingsmonstudentsgiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows FALL14 weeks 32950in one payment 92900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle at term 945- WINTER12 weeks 29OOln ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle of term 900- SPRINGI0 weeks 32250In one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1075 including 100 deposit middle oof term 4675- SPRING4 weeks term for those who mutt leave for farm work 940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers exams nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of e term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for trap flan of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occa cloned by vacant rooms or depleted classes aud the Institution will refund only onehalf of the amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle at a term win re ceive a certificate for onohalt the incidental toe paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment at term bills by the ttu dent In parson or a brother or sister It presented within four term The first day of Fall term is September 15 1909 I 1910rThe first day of Spring term Is March 30 1910 For information cr friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE KENTUCKYaT J That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people ilke tworrazor nn a paper moro to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world nTheKnife and Tho Citizen for x125 Tonn10 r t a HARD PROBLEMS By Prof E C Seale Problem No 22 A drover sold some oxen at 23 cows at 17 and sheep at J7GO per head and received 7 9 for the lot There were twice as many cows as oxen and three times as many sheep as cows How many were there of each Answer to Problem No 19 Since 512 equals four times the preceding payment then the preced ing payments would equal 14 of 512 which equals 128 which Is fourI times the preceding payment henceI 14 of 128 equals 32 another pre ceding payment 14 of 32 equals 8 another payment which equals 4 times the preceding payment 8 dlIvided by 4 equals 2 first payment 2 dollars plus 8 dollars plus 32 dollars plus 128 dollars plus 512 dollars equals GS2 dollars answerISecond Method 2 dollars multiplied by 4 dollars equals 8 dollars second payment 8 dollars multiplied by 4 equals 32 dollars third paymnet 32 dollars multiplied by 4 equals 128 dol lars fourth payment 128 dollars multiplied by 4 equals 512 dollars last pa1IlentI2 dollars plus 8 dollars plus 32 dolI lars plus 128 dollars plus 612 dollars equals CS2 dol1arstCynthia Flanery Posey KyI 11LlllleJewell Burning Springs Ky THE DISCOVERY OF THE BLUEGRASS norm out ot the cast by his own I wild steed Out of the valleys and plains of his birth Como a wild rider with a courage of steel Facing privations where plenty was dearth Up the long slopes of the bleak Alle ghany Trough the great defiles that nature had hewn Into dominions of savage retainers Exploring a land that he might call his own Into tho rift of the Cumberlands valley Threading his course along the great Tennessee Crossing great ridges to Kentuckys broad valley Viewing out the realm of a nation to be Over tho hills and npass Clover Bot tom- Breaking the trail past Owsley Forks Into tho break of Red Licks foun tains- Camping at the base of the moun tales breast works Up tho steep taco ot a mountain of rocks Up ore the sun had blessed the broad land- Rousing from slumber the wariest N- On fox Robes Mountains West Pinnacle ho mado his last stand Turning his eyes to the realm ot the skies Blessing his Maker for the monarch- of day To the north and tho west in the cast of hto eyes Boonoa first view of the Blue Grass lay Shirley McLean John Bulls Coal Trade Las year Great Britain sold 200 000000 worth of coal to foreign na tions GEOGRAPHICALLY My llttlo daughter Helen recently had her first Introduction to geogra phy Her father thinks prehapsf she Is destined to become a groat Artie explorerIf stood with your right hand toward the cast and your left hand toward the west you would bo facing the north Bald the teacher Now tell me what would be back of you 147 hair Answered Helen In a pa tient toneWomana Home Compan ion for February BEREAS CAST PERIL By Rev Wm E Barton D D To tho editor of The Citizen I wish to call attention to a very real peril that confronts Berea College from the occasional recrudescence cf tho spirit of caste And I shall appreciate the courtesy ot the editor in doing this through the columns of The Citizen When Berea had occasion a few years ago to adopt a now consUtu tion tho question rose whother tho College should retain the words of original charter adopted before war that the college should opposed to slaveholdlng and caste It was decided to retain the words because slaveholdlng though no long In existence stood historically re to the early life of Berea and because the caste spirit was deemed one likely to reappear In various forms against all ot which the Col desired to protest Any opposing of class against class on the basis of racial sectional or other arbitrary distinctions other than those of character or scholarship may be counted for Bereas purposes las an exhibition of the caste spirit There Is an occasional statement by some real friends of Berea which apperas to assume some such Idea this I Berea Is a school for the people of the mountains its rules are to be made for thorn Its life Is to be their I normal life its courses of study are be fitted to their requirements It students from the north come to I Berea they are not to be excluded but they are to take things as they I find them always remembering that the school Is not really for them and when they find themselves un Iexistlous and most dangerous typo and j against It I protest with all my might Berca College Is for young pcopleI of good mural character tinction of sex race or locality It la for all young people who come to it In good faith and whom the law of tho land will permit the College to educate together and whose scholar ly attainments adapt them profitably I to pursue Bereas courses of study Nor Is It a question of majorities When Berea was mostly colored the white element was not forgotten when Berea was principally white It was never forgotten that there were colored students and tho rules were not greatly affected by ques tions ot proportion sera could have simplified its problem by educating one race and excluding all other or by treating all other races as entitled merely to the crumbs that fell from the table It could have educated one sex or grudlngly admitted the exceptional representatives of the other sex who might brave a frigid welcome and came to be educated But Berea has not chosen to simplify Its problem It has deliberately chosen to make Its problem Just as complex as It possibly could do Berea is indeed for mountain stu dents But it IB Just as truly for Northern students They are a permanent and valuable part of Bereas natural constituency They have rendered great and valuable service to the college and have a valuable service still to renderFor to say to these You are here by tolerance the rules are not made for you and trio course are not arranged for you If you dont Ilk I it got out would be a complete re versal of Beras spirit It would be a wicked spirit of caste But suppose the Northern students themselves show a spirit of caste Suppose they gather In clique and seem inhospitable to others That will be unfortunate and should be gently discouraged Yet of course It Is sure to happen more or loss In tho old days the colored folk liked now and then a party where there were no white students present and It grew to be an unnatural and artlfl cal requirement that there mutt al ways be some colored student prsent whon the white students gatherer The Mountain students are clannish ant so are Northern students All young people like to gather now I and then In homogeneous groups It is a tendency which need not be too Ask your Merchant for Cream of Wheat Flour Made from selected wheat carefully milled on latest the uptodate mill It is the whitest and purest and every sack guaranteed TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED Our brands of flourare Cream of Wheat Perfection Pioneer and Fancy Family We also make feed and meal Andrew Isaacs Prop BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berca Kentucky Cleaning and Pressing Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired W C CARPENTER Back of Fish Bldg Berea Ky narrowly regarded and generally It may be trusted to correct Itself But If the time comes when It needs at tention ja now and thin it surely will the lat thing that should be done Is to pit class against class to rouse the spirit of sectional antagon- Ism to overemphasize or exaggerate the evil and to Intensify It by public oppositionBereas lIfo la too democratic to be In groat danger of permanent dlvl sion so long as all who speak for the college continue the broad free open policy of the past But Boreas door to the North must swing as easily on Its hinges as the wide open portal w1lch fronts tho mountains No small part of the mission of Baron Is to bring together young people from North and South and In tho happy phrase of President Frost efface sectional lines by means ot the foot ot those who cross them LOBBY AT FRANKFORT Continued from First face to seduce the members of the legislature and give the lobbyist a good working majority Sometimes when the prose Is vigilant and the people are Interested the scheme tAIls to work but It has worked this year In Kentucky We do not know which I ot those methods have been used most but the lobbyist Is In charge I Somehow he has got what he wont after And methods like these are common In the work ot lobbies elsewhere You can draw your own conclusion The lobbyist Is a smooth guyI He will not do what ho calls rawiwork It ho can help It That prefers to have tho dear people beI hove that something else Is really areIdo anything he can and there have been cases of lobylsts rushing up to a man on the floor of a state leg islative assembly and waving a roll of bills In his taco That was very raw but it worked The lobbyist doesnt want any scandal but ho is there to win And so often enough It Is only tu the skilled observer that It la plain that the lobby Is running things The lobbyist almost always has more votes than are needed and BO he will usually let a few of his men vote the other way Jn eases where It will do them the moat good with their constituents This makes It sewn as If they were their ow- nmagtorethey vote against the lobby sometimes Sure whon the lobby I wont be hurt by It Jut If It comes to a pinch those same follows urn right over That very thing was seer in Frankfort tbto very year it it tnli You cannot bo sure that la mas i aglnet fce tabby Jut be he itiKimo voter acvUnat It I And thou the lobby often pro vents a vote at all and tuus eaves ogl81RbnwIand no vote to suppress It Or It will be hold till toward the end of the session andI then overlooked In the final rush Tho legislator will go home and ox plain that Is always the case with many Important billsthey simply die not have time to get thorn thru Sure But you can bet anything you happen I to have handy that noticing the lobo was working for got left that way I The lobby is nonpartisan It Is able to work thru both panties This was proved In the JJ S Senate when on body In Cleveland administration the Democrats getting control of that I body In Clevelands administration SOn Gorman of Maryland came forward and took up exactly the sameI position on all Important laws that the Republican lobby men had taken before So far as tho lobbyists are I concerned the party emblem is u blind to throw In the face of tho t people so that they will not bo able onI but It that a man Is worth what he does and not what chance ho had And whop a man Is elected to the legislature and goes down there and betrays his people and comes back with a nice fat Job treat him like the traitor ho was anti not like tho Representative of the people he was elected to be EASTERN KENTUCKY Continued on last Page mo 11111 Big Hill Fob 28Mlss Mary Robert son who was operated on by the Dr Gibson after going back to the In firmary the second time for treatment Is home again and improving faster than she did the first tlme Mr and Mrs J G Harrison of Berca were at Mr Philip Hayes last Sat urday Mr Jerry Richardson has taken a backset with grippe Mr M D Settle is able to walk out to his store and back but he Is ver- yweakMr D W Casteel has moved frohi Mallory Springs to Zerr Webbs place on Red Llck1Ir Riley Slusbor tram Boll County has moved to Mal lory Springs Miss Halite Owens vis ited at Mrs Kate Greens Sunday Miss Lucy Hayes took dinner at Mr Squire Johnsons last Saturday Mrs Ollle Terrlll Is very weak yet 1 and cant speak above a whisper She has our deepest sympathy SIIVICH CUKKK Silver Creek Fob 28Mlss Annie Powell and brother Albert spent Sat urday night with Mr and Mrs W U Powell Tho Rev C M Nash and the Rev Mr Honeycut are holding a revival meeting at Kerby Knob Mrs Honeycut has returned from Ohio where she has been for the past two weeks Hubert TIco has his store house about complete and will soon be ready tor business In the old J J Azblll stand Noel Bogle Is very slckIrs Hiram Plgg who has been sick at her daughters in Berea baa returned homo and Is slowly Improv IngMr and Mrs Tom Todd of Wal laceton wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Ambrose Sunday Mr Frank Abney and wife and Pleasant Evans took dinner with Mr and Mrs J W Bratcher Saturday Harvey Bratcher and Arch Flanery wero Con way callers Sunday LETTER FROM MRS FROST Continued from First rage I the road Very often we do not un derstand them and theY do not understand us The weather is warm Since the first of January the mercury has been between 40 and BO dogma most of the time On one day It wont down to 34 degrees above zero But there are many damp days and dense fog when the people speak of getting out their fog knives For the first eleven days Of January there wore but ten minutes of sunshine The first days of January have but eight hours of daylight so that one feels as though ho wore going through a series of tunnels with flashes ot daylight between and when those few hours are tilled with clouds and fog continuousI days days in May On such days wo often make an expedition into the country The roads lead through rolling meadows called downs and from the hilltops I one can see the waves of the sea on one side and the billows of rolling meadows on the other The downs are as green as In June and men are ploughing in tho fields The plow turns up small rocks ot I flint and chalk which In tho distance look like dry bones On the highest hills are stone wind mills which stretch out their long arms to catch the wind forthe grinding of i grain One dairy farm wo pass ad i vertises milking by time vacuum pro cols and invites visitors At the gateI of the dairy farm we see a cart filled with bright brass milk cans and drawn by a little gray donkey Cleveland thinks Gene Marsh would like such an outfit for his milk route We see the clumsy two wheeled CarmIhorsesare grazing Tide Is the home of the Southdown sheep I All through those downs at Intervals of two or three miles are scat areIHowever small the village It always contains a little stone church with Ivy covered tower and a church yard wboro are burled the worshippers ot the east In one of these churches I we found women decorating with Lolly for the Christmas services and choir boys wore practicing Christ mas carols And to think that there have been Christmas services In that little church for over eight hundred yearsfor three hundred years before America was discovered Kip ling lived In one of those villages for some time and ho gave expression to what we feel when looking at a village church And HtUo lost Down churches Praise the Lord who made tho hills As wo get back near town we meet people on foot and on horse back and In all kinds of vehicles The saddle horses dont have the fine gait of our Kentucky horses but a rough trot and the riders rise in their stirrups to case tho Jolt Occas lousily we see a woman riding astride though the great majority ride side wise We see heavy four wheeled car riages with a high seat In front tor the coachman and footman Tho light buggies for two people are all two wheeled carts In many stYles Then there Is the little cart drawn by a tiny pony and filled with children with a Scotch collie trotting along side And In amongst tho farm carts and coachos and pony carts and horseback riders files the automobile wheezing and honking on Its way from London The boys and girls may be In terested to know that the boys and girls hero have very red cheeks When the boys dross up they wear stiff hats and canes and long trousers while the girls wear dresses scarcely below their knees The girls wear their hair loose over their shoul ders and without big bows They dress simply and look healthy Edith and Cleveland are both well Cleveland has gained nineteen pounds since he left home They would gob very homesick It they wore not kept busy Edith often counts back six hours and tells us what they are i Have You Tried It 7 There is a bottle of Cardul waiting for you at tho drug store Have you tried it If not we urge to do so before your troubles have obtained such a hold on you that nothing will drive themoutEven now it may be nearly too late But try It any how If anything can help you Cardui will It has helped in thousands of cases where other medicines had been tried in vain Why should it not do the same for you Take CARDUI1 + sThe Womans Tonic UMy daughter Octava would have been in her grave today had it not been for that fine medicine Cardui writes Mrs Laura Lawrence of Drennon Springs Ky Nothing I tried helped my daughter until she had taken Cardui I had sent for doctor when I thought of your medicine and got a 1 bottle When she had taken four doses she became all right I often recommend Cardul to my friends Your druggist sells Cardul with full instructions for use on the bottle Write ta Ladles Adrlsory Dept Cbattiooon Medicine Co OutUnoopu Tem for Spttlal liutnsctloia and 64pase book Home Treatment lor Women seat Iree doing In Berea Mr Frost DOWItime but he directions and gave Bores He Is now taking massago treatment and Is feeling bettor than beforeWe scarcely know ourselves with I no callers no telephone tells no committee meetings no Faculty meet ings no mall but wo enjoy tho quiet home life exceedingly- By no mall I mean no business letters Wo do get a few friendly letters They conic about once a week usually on Sunday at breakfast time and that breakfast seems the boot meal of the week I would like to write moro but The Citizen will nod somo space for advertisements So with a hearty peeling from us all I bid you Good bye for this timeSincerely yours Ellen Frost WASHINGTON Continued Irony Hint IRC co Conservation and AntiInjunction Legislation It Is announced that tho leaders aro greatly pleased with the Presidents reduction in the number of his demands This Is l1aI turn since they are against the whole lot but have promised to put then thruSo now we are starting over again and the recent conferences betwcon Taft and the leaders have resulted In the hitters storing the reduced list of bills forward at a slightly faster rate than before How far will they goT heaven knows but the danger It that there will bo a good deal more paring down before CaC A lot anything get by them Also it Is beginning to be hinted around here that tile Congressmen who are cccrctly against tthe Presi dents programme are beginning to feel that thero are more ways of kill- Ing a eat than swinging It by the tall So they are to try the bettor method This Is very easy You become strong for tho measure in ques tion The principle Is one that has long appealed to you you declare only the present bill Is not exactly right So you move a little amendment That U carried If you happen to be a good friend of Mr Cannons And then with the amendment at Incited you help push tho bill thru and when tune session closes rotor proudly to your record of work for the people Only there Is one thing you want to be careful about That amendment must contain sumo provi sloe which will result In the Supremo Court throwing the law out See the advantage of this scheme You dont hove to fight any one You get the confidence of the dear people by your work In their Interest You avoid injuring the party far the neon with votes think you are doing your best and the men with money know you are only they mean dif ferent things And then tho law is declared unconstitutional as you In tended you lift up your voice and wall loudly and talk about the danger of having a nonelective Judi ciary And when some one starts an other bill to accomplish the slIme purpose you sadly declare that while this purpose has long been ono of the ambition of your lIfo you find that it is hopeless to attempt to realize it at present and so are obliged to fight like thunder to keep the bill from going thru And often you will succeed for there are tools in Con gress Just like there are everywhere Well the presidents measures are being carefully amended It may all conic out all right yet We can hope for the boat any way But Isnt that man Aldrich smooth tho While that lion Senator la In own minds there is an Interesting QUos tion to be propounded Mr Aldrich early this week rose In his place and yIdeclared that the American govern ment under tho Republican party has been and ntlll Is criminally ex travagant and that we are wasting three hundred million dollars a year Ho says he could save all of this and not have tho government suffer In any way Now the fact Is that Mr Aldrich has boon In almost com plete control of the Senate for four years and this Is the first poop wo over hoard out of him on tho subject of economy And hero la tho question or rather questions Why doesnt Aldrich do something bosliloa talk Why does Aldrich talk now when he will do nothing Why at a time when tho Republi can party is In dire straights does he make a statement which will fur nteh the Incut or campaign material for our opponents Kcho answers Why1 and that the only answer any one has got yet In those declining days of Jouncle Cannon it U IlllMIng to reflect that he had at least one happy hour this week It mu t have comforted him fur ho Is dying tho ho doesnt look It The hour war during a speech ot a Democrat from North Carolina who took a chance to tease landpalter who axe openly 8UPtporting Cannon for the hope of tho Pile at tide session and are planning tu throw him overboard for the rake of the coMtttutenU at homo 90 they can come back for another MMlon and more pie Mr Kltehln suggested that these tattles were not those beat calculated to display tho fine qualities of bravery loyalty to- Illuch a friend as Cannon has been those men and devotion to the InIterests of their districts Ho dared by I name a largo number of men to deny time charge but none of theta did Jo uncle Cannons cigar seemed to taste mighty good to him during that speech Mr Comport Is on tho war path again Ho says the AnUlnJunctlon bills prepared by Taft will not do and ho will use all his power re presenting a million free born labor Ing men to rebuke Vila kind ot a bill Ho was going to rebuke Taft In the last campaign you remember because ho promised just that kind of a bill Mr Taft d6nt seem scared now tho he probably was the first time the threat was made t = a4CO YEARS EXPERIENCE TriAoc MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac AnranelendlnealkIrhanti rietcrlntlnn nay i ascertain our wiiin free UIt an Intention It ruhabI pntenteh yommunlra- tlonittrlctlirmnadeiitlnl HANDBOOK on Talent mteforeeun5yatente1atente KtctainuHft without chant lu the Scientific JhntricatiAtia- ndtomelrI II1n trkl 4 wetklr If eit cir culation of any prlenllOn Journal Term I3 a newdalerMIUNI r nrsac om =JI fitVublulllonlI Co I RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANTED The Government pays Railway Mall Clerks 80O to 1 2OO and other em ployees up to 2500 annually veilUndo hold spring ex aminations throughout the country for Hallway Mall Clerks Custom House Clerks Stenographers Hook keepers Departmental Clerks and other Government Positions Thou sands of appointments will bo made Any tuna or woman over 18 in City or Country can get Instruction and free information by writing at once to the Bureau of Instruction 260 0 Ilamlln Building Rochester N Y 4 r1 r 5 COYLESYOU PAY LESS OR GET MORE BEREA KENTUCKY NEW STOCK NEW GOODS DRY GOODS NOTIONS LACES x EMBROIDERIES HOSIERY UNDERWEAR NOVELTIES Everything found in a first class dry goods store Come and see them 4IVeoeoe o eeGe eOeOeoeo oeoeeeoeoeoeooeoeoee eoe 0 Vicinityi eeQ ee 0 d 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o eeo oeoeoeooeoeeoeeoeooeoeoeoeGeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe DR BEST I M DENTIST tcn lIIONY lax OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE ic 4 L I N TIME TABLE North Bound Local sF ICnoivlllo 030 IL m 1100 p m U13REA 129 P m 367 a m Cincinnati 010 p m 745 a ID j South Bound Local Cincinnati 640 IL m 825 p m BEREA 1103 IL m 1229 p m t Knoxvllle 700 Pm GGO a m Express Trains Stop to lot oft and take on passen 4 gers from beyond Cincinnati or from r 5Atlanta liud beyond South Bound Cincinnati 815 IL m BUREA 1144 a m k North Bound F BEREA o4IiG p m t Cincinnati 835 p m These two trains will now carry thru sleepers from Jacksonville to Chicago transferring over the P It 4n at Clnclnrati BO that Berea pas tengers for Chicago may go thru changing i Mr James Williams and his family z aro planning to move to McLane Illinois Wo shall bo sorry to lose thorn t Mitts Lottie Klmbor Kindred has been visiting her sister at Richmond JUob Richardson Is In town again 1 for a tow days and Is being warmly f welcomed by hie many friends Ho c reports business prosperous with him t Dr and Mrs Wm G Best are be ing congratulated on tho arrival ofo a tine girl Ellen Josephine Both mother and child are doing well Small farm for rent or solo near I Wallacoton Call on W A Ogg 1 tJiFtW111 C Gamble was In Louisville ft early this week arranging for tho excursion of students which la planned to take place somo tlmo In May t A reception will be held at the Union church on Thursday evening for the members of the Union churcha and congregation and those who an planning to unlto with ItIj Tho usual spring epidemic of njea ales has arrived with as little dan gor as possible Whllo there are several cases nono of them aro bad and they aro being carefully cared for by Dr Cowley Some of the sick boys swam to think it Is great fun to got a chance to loaf Messrs Smith and Logsdon Who I i spent a week in Berea and vicinity buying horses returned to their homo in Illinois last week Charles Bowman who has been ill several weeks at tbohospltal is grow ing bettor Mr Henry C Chappoll of Hyden Leslie County editor of tho famous and fearless Thousandstlcks paper Is visiting friends In town and was a pleasant visitor at this office Wed nesday Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW ti CLEAN AND UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down StairsBoone Tavern S R SEALE Prop lioroa was unusually favored with outeldo speakers on Sunday In tho morning at tho Union church Dr Record ot Plkevlllo Institute Ken tucky preached In tho evening Dr C F Dole of Jamaica Plains Mass addressed the students Ho aim spoke to them on Monday morning his sub ject being Tho Civilized World WANTEDono hundred cords of good hard wood at U per cord Must be delivered at once Apply to the Treasurer of Dorea College Winnie Davis loft Friday for Lakel- and Florida for a short visit with Dr and Mrs Davis who have been spending part of tho winter Mr Leonard Spence and wife have moved Into a part of tho house which Mr and Mrs Goo Golden aro occupy ing on Center Stree- tWantedItollablc energetic man to oils greases and paints In Madison and adjacent coun ties Salary or Commission Stetson 011 Co Cleveland Ohio Herbert Wyatt was quite sick at tho first ot the week with lagrlppc C C Preston has returned from a short business trip In the South Mr and Mrs W II Porter and daughter Frances returned last week from Lakeland Florida whero they havo boon spending tho winter Mr and Mrs J Uurdotto who havo boon spending tho winter in the fIOut 1are expected to return this weekDr James Record of Plkovlllo who preached at the Union church Sunday was entertained at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Carl Hunt At tho meeting of Young Womens Christian Association Sunday evening tho following officers woro elected for the coming year President Carrie Spangler Vlcoprcsldent hone Hous er Secretary Mamlo Johns and Trea surer Mahala Day Miss Halllo Hill who visited a short tlmo with relatives In town returned lost week to her work at Cumberland Gap Tenn Mr J E Soper of Richmond was in town last week visiting relatives and for business Miss Ida Lewis who was confined to her homo for several days last week with a covero cold Is out again Judge D M Chenault of Richmond was In town last week on business Mr Elon G Borton of Flint Mich a secretary for the College Prohibition Movement was hero a couple of days last week stirring up Interest In tho question of prohibition Ife veal =Best quality yard wide gingham 12 c Best quality 27 inch gingham lOcoBest line outing flannel lOco Best quality all silk tafiita ribbon 4 in wide 15c And the best 5 and lOc line anywhere at New Stand at former P 0 Building 14 rte MRS EARLYS Sewing Machine Repairs We Keep Repairs for AnY Kind of Sewing Machine Made BELTS BOBBINS NEEDLES AND SHUTTLES Try one of our Boyle Belts Makes the machine run a fourth easier THE PORTER DRUG CO INCORPORATED BEREA KENTUCKY Mrs Luella haggard who was call ed to Lexington on account of the Illness of her sister is back Jennie Crier a student of several years ago is working In her home Somcrvllle Mass getting ready to come back to Berea next year Keep Out of Debt Pay all your bills Look every man In the face conscious that you owe the world no more than it owes you De Indebted for nothing but love and even that be sure you pay In kind and that your payments are frequent Do Witt Tnimago- RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT At a joint meeting of Capt James West past G A R and of Capt James West Womans Relief Corps held Feb 19 1910 after appreciat ire remarks by a dozen ot tho comrades and ladles tho following reso lutions were adopted Whereas our comrade John L Bal linger last year tho Post Commander passed over to the other world on the 9th of tho present month Resolved that Capt James West Post and Relief Corps place on record u and ask to have printed In The Citizen this oxpresslon of our appreciation of Comrade Balllnger as a law I abiding and patriotic citizen and a prompt and faithful member of tho Grand Army of the Republic Resolved that wo extend to the Im mediate family of tho deceased our sincere sympathy in this brcavement LoVant Dodge LENBFELLNERS BUSINESS INCREASINGCincinnati Ohio Feb 26 1910 Editor The Citizen My Warm Air Heating and Ventilat ing has given great satisfaction for the reason my house The Pock Wil liamson Co Cincinnati Ohio has enlarged my territory I have now under control London Corbin Wll liamsburg Richmond and Borea practically Eastern Kentucky Prices on raw material are advancing fast but havo secured good prices for the year in my line Those who are planning to build this year may save 10 per cent by closing up their contract at onco Henry Longfellner P u KENTUCKYS PRODUCJTIONS Tho above la the tWo displayed on n post card Whether the card Is Intended as humorous a good Joke or to truthfully and graphically repro sent our State and Its products It will bo profitable study for the economist the moralist or tho art ist The card In question Is supposed to be prints from photographs arrang ed as follows Left hand upper corner represents A Kentucky Hempfleld Stocks or shocks of hemp In back ground true to life Right laud upper corner A Ken tucky Tobacco Field true to life Right hand lower corner Hamburg bred In old Kentucky Fourth last and lowest and least Is guesa what A Kentucky Belle pardon my Lords and LadlesI said fourth an- dIllStI wish the study did not Include one other prominent Ken tucky product The central figure call It first last or whatever position is ascrib ed to It It stands first as a money producer It stands highest perhaps In the source of Internal revenue In the state of Kentucky It represents an interest that stands first In the way of legislation at Kentuckys new capitol building It la tho chlefbst Item to ba considered In the question of the meat supply for tho laboring man No wonder then hoed be ex pressed ut finding tills Important com I modity in tho central figure In the post card described Therefore First I last highest or lowest in tho estimation of those interested Tho big bottle tcmptlnglyvshall it be said tastefully Is the central figure handsomely decorated The word Famous Just over the Cork The label Is legible enough to bo road so that too Company that keeps this famous brand and place of Bale can ba easily deciphered Tho use or abuse of one or the the other of these famous product ions will not be touched upon in this articleIt be said that Kentucky soil is wonderfully adapted to tho production of the Big Five represented on the card The Income from tho productions of four of them at least is the chief means of furnishing many elegant happy Christian homes with all of the luxuries of life but sad to say one of them at least is a menace to every Christian home In the land Not one perhaps oC nil the happy homes in our door Old Kentucky homes can truthfully say it does not affect my home Wo have never had any trouble in our home or our nelghbors home from this cause llItear Kentucky Belle who is now a Belle or dear Kentucky mother who once rogned as a Belle in your town or county or Rural district have you never had a heartache a disappointment a tragedy come Into your home life in your neighbors home on account of this great des troyer of peaceful homo life Are ye my sisters married or single degraded to lowest places in the tho estimation of post card manufac turersDocs thq post card Kentuckys Famous Products represent tho place of each as Indicated on tho card by their position Certainly not butls it not time that all thoughtful loyal Kedtucklans were considering tho place that each should hold as well as tho false position In which we are placed abroad In some respects by tho undue consplclousncss of our morals and manners as manifested so frequently In various quarters There has never been a time that required more earnest heed to our moral and social development and less to the development of our material resources 7o tho elevation of our growing population to a realization of what education and good citizenship can accomplish for our people for any people Those fiutreestlons are respectfully submitted for what they arc worthV Mt Vernon Ky My health having failed me in tho west I kayo returned to Berea I am now ready for blacksmith and carriage work in ray old stand on Center street Your trade is always sollcted and will bo appreciatedJ GO TO WJTatums FOR Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kent- uckyWDOUGLS 33f94SHOES BOYS5HDES 2QO Z THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES I have worn W 1 Douglas shoes for the past iortoallotnrnianerashoesInstylee comfort and durability WQJONES 110 Howard Ave Utica N Y If I could take you into my large fac tories at Brockton Mass and show you how carefully W L Douglas shoes are made you would realize why they hold their ape fit better wear longer and are of greater value than any other make BSAtiPtO8S ethattYhDouglasflameandprice U on the bottom with nyon It yourd l cannot lit WUlMulurtptt write tor 111 Ordu I JsM FOR SALE DT COYLES Main Street Berea Ky Very Serious It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine I1TiI Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble constipation in I and liver trouble Is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN n IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE- About tbeilzo of your shoe Its tome satisfaction to know that many people can wear shoes a size smaller by shaking FootEae the anti peptic powder I nto them Juitlhe thing for Dane Parties Patent Leather Shoes and for Breaking In New Shoes When rubbers oroverihoe become necessary and your shOt pinch Allens yool Eae- Fueeluatantrellef hold Everywhere SSc Sample yilKK Address Allen H Olmsteu La Itoy N Y Dant accept any tutiUituU i SPRING IS COMING AND SO IS OUR NEW LINE OF SPRING GOODS COMING IN EVERY DAY COME IN AND SEE US YOU WILL FIND A NICE AND UPTODATE LINE OF GOODS FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN FOR MEN FOR WOMEN I New Suits Clothes New Low Shoes New Odd Pants New Hosiery v V New Gloves t i New Gloves v J New ShirtsNewSkirts New Low Shoes VVw New Waists New Corsets HosieryW New Parasols New Underwear New Underwear of all kinds of all kinds T RHODUS c HAYESMAIN STREET The Quality Store BEREA KY 1- b I I j The Citizen C fimlljr newspaper for all that Is rig true and Interesting Published every Thursday at Bern Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Mana Subscription Ratos PAYABUt IN ADVANClt One Year 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peach crop Wouldnt automobile tires as bail bonds come under the head of inflated securities Isnt it great that you can get used to almost anything It you try it long enough Sea voyagers nt this time of year get their moneys worth if they like excitement It is said injections of rattlesna pellagraOne of most pernicious evildoers Is the man who tries to pull another down from the water wagon With real butter worth Its weight In gold the temptation Is strong for 1ml tatlon butter to get into tho game European have lturryt up their high water programs so performances cakefloating Ice crashes against the Ends bridge the seismograph In St Louis registers an earthquake Tho nine dollar hog at Chicago may breafast ever ben before The only consolation there has bee about the bleak weather of the pa winterbringsSpeed maniacs should be givena eentence when conylcted on t PUDIshment Tthenotwithstanding Its rarity was a ordinarybeet unrliableagSheness A New York husband complained In court that his wife called himf thatheare inclined to agree wjth her c pNewto cat live dozen at a time on a wager privilegehelpa iport Twenty thousand acres ot land cap cially adapted to fruit culture hayi InOregonInto prominence as a rich agricultur- lesion precinctsInrests in 24 hours and the fact has led lo the Inquiry whether a reform wave Morlikely r Two newspapers one In Chicago and tho other in Dultlmore have wlreless1thoughi land for successful communication ol this kind and experts allege that a thousand miles over the land Is equal to 3000 at sea Do this as it may showlnllthoraphy There is no doubt that nystesa is constantly enlarging thu scope of its usefulnev GENERAL STRIKE htIN PHILADELPHIA OVER 100000 MEN TO QUIT WORK- er IN SYMPATHY WITH STREET CAR MEN SATURDAY NEXT THE DAY SET Battle Between Capital and Labor for 0Supremacy Will Be a Costly One HaveK atostLaiiram this country over has seen was doe died upon at the meeting of 700 delegates from 140 locate In this city when plans were made for a general strlko to which 125000 workmen In all trades will take part The strike Is to be called next Saturday ostensibly In sympathy with tho street oar mon but behind all ths say tho leaders R tho defense of their standards threatened not only by the 2onr company but by the city author ties It is to be unionism against corpora aUon and the merchants and people of tho city fear that tho struggle will ono which will be costly to the municipality and to trade in general Tho monster demonstration which is planned togo along with Ittho Wcitythat day too The news that union labor was go Ing to fight for Its Ufo spread swiftly about the city and was received everywhere save in the Manufacturers I club and other haunts of labor employ ors with n big hurrah d beeNn dying out since the middle of tho week rekindled When tho announcement was mute that the delegates had resolved that unless tho transit company comes to an agreement with Its striking em ployes by next Friday the greatsatwill PhiladelphiaIwas a fire cheer and the crowd dispersed Not only members of unions am lated with the Central Labor undo kethe Allied Building Trades council b every labor organization In Ihll delphia in any way connected with American Federation of Labor partlc ipatod In the conferenceITwo fithounion met on one floor of tine building I while tho president and business agents of tho other organizations m- on etearsanother floor hanganastl members of Central La bar union unanimously adopted a roe olutlon that every unon man and worn an stop work on next Saturday if In the meantime tho striking car mon have not reached an agreement with tho transit company MILLIONS MAY BE ADDED Amendments to Rivers and Harbors CarryaterLarge Sums Washington Tho commerce corn arbes bill recently passed by the house has completed tho first reading of tbo 1nhe clerks to tho coramltteo have InbJ bofnberwill be granted senators on the dIstlnctlvo projects in which they are Interested of It has been n custom of tho com 5- raerco f committee of which Senator Frye of Maine Is chairman not to Pfeatures heuewio desire to oxplaln the merits of their amendments This procedure bo followed as to the present bill notices to senators having already been lashed Inviting their presence in ThcHereafter thero will be an annual rivers and harbors bill said Senator Thomas S Martin of Virginia rank ns member of tho minority on thefcotmnorro committee willingalas pro able action of the committee as to h amount the bill will carry thorn is nofdoubt but that there will be a mate rial increaso ovor the house bill th amendments proposed t ineunningEnormous Task Completed London An enormous task of lit erary research has just been corn plotcd after 37 years labor This w Mnn eIoo the Now Tcstnmentfa elYoungWashington Young blood In com mnnd of the navy was tho keynote of gw nltho 1 ITS A POOR RULE THAT WONT WORK BOTH WAYS l I i AmerIcanhIdesuUuuuuuu u u u uuuuu ARRANT FOR LABOR CHIEF MURPHY TO BE ARRESTED FOR INCITING RIOT Philadelphia Unionists Plan Monet Demonstration Next Monday as Counter Action PhiladelphiaOnJloaday morning unless all plans go awry this cl will witness the greatest labor demo onstration the United States has ev seen Ono hundred thousand labor unionists fully onefourth of them women march In a body upon the city ball will surround it and will demand by their presence the recognition of the striking street car men and the 1scceptnaco by tho Rapid Transit Com menabo cents an hour and the right orgaalzatleeII move was as a coun teractlon to tho Issuance by city ofit clals Friday of a warrant for the or laborriting a riot moro persons rode on the The Rapid Transit Company 201did 0 1400 new men making a total rn hand of 3600 out of the ordinary 6000 AMERICAS TOBACCO TRAO Uncle Sam Leads the World as an Exporter of the WeedSome In teresting Figures Washington More than one bulb lollars worth of tobacco and manufactures of tobacco have passed through the ports of tho United States slave 1890 the value of he export from the country dur JIg that period having 1646000000 and the Imports Into t country 386000000 These ftgur e exclusive of trade passing b tween the United States and its no contiguous territories which showed 1903 steno cigars and other to brought in from Porto Rico val ed at JG750000 and shipments of to bacco to Alaska Hawaii and Porto co valued at nearly 2000000 Tho United States leads the wort an exporter of tobacco having lortailed over 41000000 worth In a tot approximately 160000000 wort tobacco and manufactures wile tutored international markets last Tear WRIT IS Supreme Court Justices Announce Pro ceedlngs Under Decision Be Stopped Until April Term Chicago Tho Justices of the su promo court of Illinois at a meeting Chicago Issued an order directing at all further proceedings In th Joyce case which resulted In the jarolo law of 1899 being declared Invalid be stayed until the April term court It also was announced that the de cision in the Joyce case shall not bo acted on as a final judgment until Iho disposeed This means that attempts to PC lUoe t bs supremo court s heard from Charity Gets a Crumb Troy N YTho will of Mrs has M Earl widow of William S of Troy founder of Earl 8 Wll n collar manufacturers has been for probate here Tho estate IB at 2000000 Only 66000 Is to charitable institutions Deputy and Negro Are Killed Memphis TennDeputy Sheriff H Lucy In an effort to arrest a a negro near here Friday was shot and tantly killed by the negro who In was killed by two other deputies r J i WOLGAST IS NOW CHAMPI Milwaukee Boy Severely PunIshes Battling Nelson and Is Given De cision In Fortieth Round erRichmond CatIn n heavy drizzle cold biting wind an enormous crowd Tuesday saw Al Wolgast Milwaukee defeat Rattling Nola for tho lightweight championship of tythe world In tho fortieth round of tho scheduled 45round fight erIVbllo Nelson was not knocked o he was on tho point of collapse when Referee Eddie Smith stopped tho fight and awarded the verdict to Wolgast Nelson was n pitiful sight as be staggered about the ring In the last few rounds with one eye closed and blood streaming from his mouth nose and ears Notwithstanding his weakened con dltion from the loss of blood and the fearful punishment that Wolgast administered tho Battler put up a gas10 fight throughout Los Angeles Cal Prankio Conlcy of Kenosha WIs and Monto Altoil of San Francisco battled in sensation al style for the better part of three hours Tuesday bcforo tho Pacific Ath letlc club In the Vernon arena Conley won with a clean knockout In tho fortysecond round At tell so badly worn and battered hat ho could scarcely keep his feet was floored in his own corner with a right backEof ALDRICH WINS HIS FIGHT Senate Committee Report Rallro onBIII Without Proviso Limiting Jur of Commerce Court Washington Senator Aldrich i day won his tight In tho senate com mittee on Interstate commerce to keep out of tho administration railroad bill furledh0p com conferredn oq can the fight that Is coming on the floor of theed senate tho now bill will open up to the corporations such opportunities for protracted litigation as practically to nullify the advantages of the pro pointdof at a court of commerce is declared lasfatoncoG of coohit Moreover If Aldrich wins his fight for a broad court review 6f all the ad cotDq nt most of tho practical benefits of tl Hepburn bill w ll go by the board because of the opportunity that will be furnished to the railroads for Inter minable litigation MOB ASSAILS DALLAS JAIL 0wAs saulter and Lynch Him Struc ture Strongly Guardedi Dallas TexA mob of 500 men have gathered at the Dallas county jail to lynch Allen Urook the negro who assaulted n little welt girl The mob has a 30foot steel ra and declare they will batter down tho jail doors A strong force of deputy sheriffs are Inside tho jail and Chic f of Police Ryan has been called on for help Open Land to Settlement Washington About 60320 acres of lands In Wyoming were designated by Secretary Balllnger as being subject to disposition under tho provisions of tho enlarged homestead act granting 320 acres to each individual Royal Flush Kills Man Carbondale Pa Ovcrpawcrlngly excited by drawing a royal flush in poker game Thursday Frank Cot tantino of Carbondale died soon aft erward from what physicians de scribed as overexertion of the heart INDICT BEEF KINGS BILLS CHARGING CONSPIRACY RETURNED BY NEW JERSEY GRAND JURY PACKERS TO BE ARREST Six Corporations Including National Packing Company and 21 Indcv Id ual Directors Residing In Chlca ansas City and St Louis Nam New YorkWhen tho grand Jury af Hudson county led n blanket In dictment In Jersey City Friday charg ing a criminal conspiracy in restraint of trade the heaviest blow yet struck against tho beef trust by way of pun- Ishment for arbitrarily raising tho price of meat and poultry wax admin isteredSix corporations Including t- I parent organization tho Natio Packing Company and 21 indlvld directors were named In tho con spiracy charge Most of the Individuals Indicted millionaires of Chicago Kansas and St Louis Many of tho names best known In the packing industry are Included In tho conspiracy charged All will bo arrested as soon as tho authorities can locate them unless they surrender of their own accord They will bo extradited to Jer enrlTInThe corporations Indicted are The National Packing Company Armour S Co Morris A Co the ONHammond Packing Company mo G II Hammond Company Tho Individual directors Indict and liable on conviction to heavy flue and imprisonment are J Ogden Armour A Watson Ar mour Louis F Swift Edward P Swift Charles H Swift Edward II banE Wilson Thomas J Connors P Fowler L II Hcyman Jamos E Ida gate Jr George H Edwards Fut Cooper Henry P Darlington D E Hartwcll L n Peterson A Fuller The grand Jury Is continuing Its vestigation Into tho storage of Impure food In Jersey City cold storage plants and a largo batch of Indictments for that crlmo will probably be handed up next Tuesda- yChicagoThe National Packing Company and ten subsidiary concerns will be indicted for violating tho Sbcr man antitrust law according to a ro port In the fedora building These Indictments will be returned before either Judge Lnndls or Judge Carpenter within three weeks Ed win W Sims district attorney lined to confirm this when told the matter had become public The concerns mentioned arc the ft lowing G H Hammond Company AngloAmerican Provision Compun- Illlnols Omaha Packing Company llllno Issee bYorkSt Louis Dressed fleet and Prorb lion Company Western Packing Company Denv Irovlelad0 0ofCompany Denver Planklngton Packing Company M waukee 1New York Butchers Dressed Mel t of New York Hammond Packing Company till noillIpurpose of the government to break up the National 1nekl Company and to put It entirely out existence Each company as well aItho parental concern will be prolecutI and tho maximum penalty asked If this Is granted then ear concern will be fined at least 5000 MARDIZ GAINS BIG VICTORY Insurgent Army In Nicaragua Is Prac tlcally Annihilated Says Report Hundreds Killed and Woundedc pManaguamont reports a declaim victory over tho Insurgents at Tlpltapa Hulletlns posted hero Thursday announce thutdoorsGen Charaorros army practically s lebeen annihilatedIIThe cr nearly lCOO according to The Insurgents are said to have lot 1100 and the government 400 Train loads of wounded aro beingI erred for In emergency hospitals laeepingsoldiers begging admittance Tho Bcono throughout tho city Is pitiful n the extreme Despite tho reports of disaster GenI Chamorro Is still uncaptured and lheoC brgovernmentlest ho appear with n now force at 11some unexpected point of Will Vote March 3 of IVaehingtonThe senate Thursday agreed upon Thursday March 3 as the day when a vote shall bo taken on the postal savings bank bill Elkhart Gets 3000000 Car Shops Elkhart IntIO M Foster master mechanic of the Lake Shore site I Igan Southern railroad at this pointe WIbreakingcar shops to cost 3000000 will bo started immediately In this cityco King Guttave Is Better Stockholni King Gustave took n ulondrive in an automobile about tho city Friday It was the first time ho hud a been out of doors since be underwent car tbo operation for appendicitista Stole News Items I Winchester l yHIlUItt Ratllff sold their Htock farm on tho Paris pike near Winchester at 230 per acre sectionDFrankfort yAdJt Oen P P Johnson received the resignation ot Adjt Garnet Rlploy of tho Fleet rog Iment Rlpley Is going south to live del1ollda wellknown politician of Louisville announced his candidacy for Jho local poritmastorshlp Winchester Ky Tho bids for tho 105000 of city hall and Howorngo bonds wow opened by Mavor Ihighca and the council but worn ill rejected as unsatisfactory lieearllillc IyCiratlt Judge Fryer withslgoeuappearance In sum of 10000 which ho executed Immediately areLexington yTbe district board of tho Burley Tobacco society has been called to moot hero on starch 8 to consider a pledge under which tho 1910 crop of tobacco Is to be pooled Lexington KyTlio body of John T DIneen who was mysteriously mur i dored at St Marys Idaho arrived hero and was Interred under the au spices of tho Knights of Columbus Creoliboro KgBout L Lawrence a wealthy distiller was found dead on the roadside near his homo Ills body edtuna bruised In several places and tho authorities bollovo he was mur iloreil Louisville Ky Oliver Gustavo Holt 70 receiver and trustee In bankruptcy under tho federal court ere died at his residence of otdoma cornammailyA Invfacrease to JW which was offered ot a compromise on Mayor SkalnH Bug gostlon that It be made MO tolled to pass at a special mooting of tbo city conncll Nlcholasvllle KyJ Norton Fitch chairman of tho democratic commit teo of tho Ktfthlh CongroMlorml dis tract has willed n mooting of the com mlttou to moot here on Marsh 3 for tho purpose of fixing too time raft manner for making a nomination for dotcongroea ctland present trotting oliMnplon of Ifli dropydom 211 at Hamburg Pkwe Ux Leyburn 21R 1 Haled n bay roll y tho Mine acre Prnnkfort Ky Plvo potltloun wore byetho Burley Tobacco society seeking obsessIigrow- ers are hold to the grand they to text tho Crccollus law Frankfort Ky Ohargos were made FarmIrevofcounty niMle the dinrjio but wax shut oft treat proving his FrotnanhLexington KyClltTord Hammond manager of K It Uradloyi Idlo Hour stock farm none this city and who Is widely known by horsomon all over tho country was shot by his cousin Knnls McDaniel whom ho had dis from employment on ttio t ace The wound Is only slight Mndlsonvllle ICyThe Pint Slate bank of Nortonvllle which closed Its recently for liquidation of Its af beonuio It had not boon a paying Institution bas been seW to a Ixix rcorwauttevery doiwjltor inonty If ho wants It Georgetown yJutlge T R Fe ud ntf lvronccburz sat as sjmclul dge In tlie Scott circuit court in placo of Judge Robert L Stout who refused to sit bocnuic of certain lihsaoj of an allied case Four cnsm damages In the sum of 2000 oat bought by tho Richardson children Scott nguiiat Attorney J A Kilue Fayotto county bofnugo cf the edit heated spiriting away of the mother Mrs Richardson to Cincinnati from tho Lexington Lunatic asylum several toqhnlealltEdge still holds- Frankfort yAchl used In cleann JitIranj was on tho pipes and ho will loso sight Ho Is a brother of ChiefILa Fontaine of the supreme of Franco Frankfort KyIn a head ou colliton Kast Main street hill street car and an Interurban betweonIOwen Graves motorman hurt and many others less nert Jtisly InVrfid I J t WillSON BLAMED FOR lACK Of FUNDS GOVERNOR SEVERELY ARRAIGN ED BY COMMITTEE ON MILL TARY AFFAIRS SAYS HE SQUANDERED MONEY Report States 389000 Was Spent on State Guard In Two Years In Suppressing Night Rider Troubles 10000 for Horse Hire Frankfort Ky Arraignment of ov Willson for squandering tho states money In his war on night ri ders and for tho alleged breaking up of the First regiment in Louisville for tho purposo of swinging tho recent municipal election In favor of former Mayor Grlnstcad are two fea turns of tho report submitted by Sen ator K M Taylor chairman of tho commltteo on military affairs The report of tho commltt6o says It was embarrassed by tho failure of tho state examiner to havo inspected tho department of adjutant general Tho committee began by setting out that 389000 has been spent on the state guard In two years 189000 of it for active mllltla practically for the night rider trouble One Item was 10000 to n Hopklnsvlllo IIverymah for horse hire It sots out that tho militia was sent Into 34 counties and by admission of Gov Wlllson Into practically all of thorn without request of tho local authorities Tho commit too declares this notion of tho govern or to bo n fltfgrant violation of tho constitution and the bill of rights say Ing that ho sent troops In Homo In stances without tho necessity of It and without ever ascertaining tho need therefor from tho civil authori ties Condemning what It termed the night rider outrages the committee says It must more strongly condemn tho acts of tho governor for violating tho plain letter of tho law The com mitted set out at groat length the raid on a Woodman of the World lodge at Wallonla Trlgg county by n detail of soldiers flea allegedlldoeel night riders and of cration of Masonic property In that raid Tho committee recites that the adjutant general declined to go into this matter saying ho was not on the defensive The committee expresses the opinion that had the 180000 not boon spent for actlvo mllltln by the governor tho treasury would not bo BO depleted County Unit fill Killed Senator Dowllng entered a motion to Indefinitely postpone nonate bill 41 tho Watklnn county unit bill By a vote of 1C to 12 the senate then in definitely postponed the bill killing it for this session The Income tax amendment to the Federal Constitution approved In a corrected rosolulon offered by Mr Brooks was passed by a vote of 77 to3Tho first step toward the Investiga tion of the office of Commissioner of Agriculture llankln was when neprc Bontatlvo Owing offered a resolution which was adopted authorizing the committee on agriculture of this houso to Investigate the condition of the department of labor and statin tics Tho resolution sots out the fact that It has been charged that politics has been Injected Into the State Farm OrB Institute and tho committee M directed to Investigate this condition The house passed the bill of J S Steer providing for tho careful hand ling of gasoline In uniform tanks prohibiting the uso of tanks for oil 59 to G Senator Mark Ryan of IoulnvllIe saw his bill making tho members of the Louisville board of waterworks eligi ble to succeed themselves In ofllco en acted 26 to 0 It also provides that the maximum amount of refunding Mlr bonds may bo increased by 500000 Senator Callctfs bill to pay Jurors summoned for service but not accepted was passed 25 to 0 States Financial Problem It tho vote taken on the bill of Sen ntor II M Arnett providing for a bond Issue of 500000 Is to be taken n n criterion of the efforts of the gen eral assembly to help solve tho states financial problem the general assem bly will adjourn without granting tho treasury any relief By n decisive vote of 14 to 15 this bill was defeated but a motion was made to reconsider tho vote BO that It may come up again yet there docs not seem to bo a chance to put it through Tho solu lion of tho problem seems to be tho l bill providing for interest bearlug war rants that has been framed by tho otnmltteo on rules Senator Bur lam a leading constitutional lawyer In the state holds that only 500000 1 worth of IntorestbearinR warrants can be legally Issued BO that It may require both tho bond issue and tho I J WIN SCHOLASTIC HONORS I Central University Boys Capture Ernst Memorial Prize atrI the river from Illckman has caved 10 far into the Mississippi river that the I old graveyards on tho Maulaby nnd I Martin farms are in danger of being swept entirely away this spring Mete of many of tho most prominent of that part of the country f burled there IJbers I t y Interestbearing warrants acts to save the credit ot tho state provldIng propriating 20000 to establish the department was passed practically without opposition Senator Combs offered a bill appro priating not exceeding 30600 to pay tho Taylor soldiers who performed Borvlco in Frankfort during tho 1900 session of tho general assembly Oov Wlllson sent to tho senate his appointment of W G Munn of Louis villa commissioner for tho State Insti tution for tho Blind to succeed the late Daniel Mills- Governor Favors Income Tax In favoring a state Incomo tax Cot Willson says Wo collect taxes as tho contribution of each taxpayer for the protection and care of the stato and those who havo incomes have something to contribute from Tho best way Is for each one who has an Income to give his part or tithe While they who have property but bury tho talent in tho ground and inako no Income should bo pushed to work nnd make an Incomo by taxing their idle property and burled talents tho bulk of taxes will always bo paid out of our Incomes no matter on what property laid Tho state government needs tho money Tho federal govern ment which has already tho power under which It collects over 1000 000000 every term of congress and which collects from Kentucky for tho federal government millions ot dol lars more every year than tho state collects for its government docs not need more Why not then enact a Kentucky income tax now before con gress does It and pay our debts in stead of borrowing money or standing off tho creditors Why not take ad vantage of the wave of acclamation for Income taxation which prevails T- Will It come any easier for tho fed eral government than for our own state No one ought to oppose giving our country power to levy an Income tax If needed to save It in war or oth er great emergency but wo aro on a national Income tax joyride for the federal government whether It needs It or not and no matter what wo pay already Let us seize on this best chance of all to pay our debts and raise everybodys salary hut those forbidden by tine constitution Chlnn After Browns Scalp Asserting that ho never gives fight Col Jack P Chlnn of t burg a member of tbo house of rep resentatives who is causing the in vestigation of tho Frankfort peniten tiary called Harvey McCutcheon chairman of the prison board to one stile in the lobby of the Capital hotel and stated that ho Intended to de mand tho legislature either to flro Col Ell II Brown Jr a member of tho board or that tho legislature Investi gate him and it Ills charges aro in correct or false to expel him from that body Col China had just made tho statement that every warden and deputy warden was mode to hand in his signed resignation before he took his oath ot office so that ho could bo discharged without ceremony Gov Willson submitted to tho as sembly a message recommending the Issuance of 4 per cent bonds for 500 000 the proceeds 10 Ix used for paying outstanding debts and past duo appro prlatlons and gifts to the schools and ether bonotlclartes Ho TiUo recom mended the Issuance of interest bear ing warrants at a rate of not exceed ing 4 per cent for all unpaid obliga tions and gifts to tho state which shall not be paid out of the current rcclpta or proceeds of sales of the bonds house lull No 250 by L C Uttrell an act providing a pension for con federate soldiers and widows of confederate soldiers was put on its passage An amendment was offered by Representative Fortes providing for a burial ground for the SpanishAmor lean war veterans as well as providing for 50 for funeral expenses of Spanish ramIThe report I tee In the case ot O C Scott against K E Tonotts was accepted The com mittee reported that contesteo was en titled to n seat In the house The Bosworth good roads bill placing tho roads or tbo state under tho commissioner of agriculture passed the senate Telephone Bill Raised When Senate Bill No 130 providing for a State Telephone Commission to fix telephones rates and making the railroad commissioners the exofficlo tiIdphono commissioners was report ed majority and minority reports were filed The majority report was adverse and the minority favorable Time minority report was signed by Senators Wyatt and Combs and Sen ator Nowcomb tho author of tho bill moved that tho minority report be substituted for the majority report and President Cox ruled that It would only take a majority vote to adopt tho motion The motion was adopted by a voto ot 18 to 16 and tho bill went Into the order of the day with a favorable reportRIVER BANKS CAVE IN Graveyards in Danger of Being Swept Entirely Away Danville ItyTho Ernst debate founded by lion Richard P Ernst ol I Covington as a memorial to his father In Central university was won y I John Shuck McElroy of Springfield Jack McChord of Springfield and Philip Ryan of Beard The wlnnen represent the university in the June intercollegiate debate aside from winning tho Ernst prizes W C Miller o lUchwood was chosen alternate MAJORITY LEADERS ARE IN plftRY Question of Adjournment Proves to Be Peculiar Puzzle to Republicans DEMOCRATS ARE CONFIDENT Say Taft It Pushing Their Policies President Measures All Careful ly Drawn to Avoid Injuring Business Washington When asked It congress will adjourn early this year the Republican leaders answer We will adjourn early If we can Usually thero Is a sort of covert smile accom panying this answer for congress can adjourn early If it will Tho real sit nation Isllhat tho controlling majority finds Itself in a peculiar position It fears that If legislation Is put through and If early adjournment comes that the members will be blamed for not giving due thought to tho bills that havo been passed provided any one of tho bills proves to be weak when It takes on the form of law Another difficulty Is that some ot tho congressional primaries will be held early this year and If congress makes a legislative spurt and docs Its work nnd adjourns it may bo said that there was hurry so that the mom bers might get back to their baili wicks to look after their personal po litical fences In tho house by the adoption of a rule on each legislative suggestion a bill can bo debated and passed In a few days The house is a law unto Itself in this matter In the senate of course there is no such thing as shutting off debate except by unanimous consent but this will not be hard to obtain on any great measure because no one man probably this winter will care to object to the voto on any one of tho major measures the president has recommended Position of the Democrats Tho Democrats apparently look upon some of Mr Tafts recommenda tions as being In line alsward cratic tho cadnilnlstrallon agglslaU Is just about what their attl tude was toward most of tho Roomy velt policies Tho Bryan Democrats In both house and senate say that the opposition party has stolen the am munition of Mr Bryan and his follow ers Tho more conservative Demo crats express themselves us being of tho opinion that tho progressive poll des of Mr Taft are just what might be expected of a Democratic president who was not given over to the Bryan theories of government So It appears that for entirely different rea sons the Democrats ore pretty well united on the advisability of sanction ing after due scrutiny the bills after a suggestion of how much bettor they could be made by a Democratic admin istrationIt been said that at heart many of tho Republicans aro opposed to some of time presidents recommendations but that they will vote for him for party reasons The members of the majority party who are In opposition Inwardly but not outwardly to the making into law of tho interstate commerce recommendations and some other measures are In the main tho Republicans of the high tar- Iff school the men who have stood stanchly by Mr Cannon In tho house and by Mr Aldrich In the senate Their opposition Is based on the feeling that the old ways are best and that In the matter of reguWlng things the Re publican party is going altogether too far See Change In House Majority The Democrats In the house and In the senate too for that matter have not lost one grain of their recently acquired confidence that the next house of representatives Is to bo Democratic Tho recent election In the sixth district of Missouri where the successor of Representative David De Armond was chosen has filled tho Democrats with renewed hope and positive assurance of victory next November The Democrat who was elected to succeed Mr Do Ar mond was chosen by a majority that was double that which was given to the former Democratic representative from tho district Two or three Republican officials of national fame went Into the Missouri district In tho endeavor to elect h Republican candl date and tailing In this hoping to cut down the Democratic majority Not withstanding the aid of one cabinet officer and one United States senator tho Republican vote toll off tremen dously Tho Republicans In tho lower house whose districts are at all close are telling the leaders dally that there must be no weakening of the Taft recommendations when they are put into form for passage They say that if there Is any going back at all they fear tho results at home and that any marked change In the form of the presidents legislative suggestions when put on passage In tho house will be virtually certain to lose them their teats Business Interests Safe Attorneys who represent great business Intents recently have been making speeches at dinners and at other gatherings to the effect that some of the legislation which President Taft is attempting to have written into law is bound to hurt the commercial interests of tho country Without attempting In any way to vnlldltYIof president just now is undergoing the same kind of critical assault for leg islative endeavor that was made on his predecessor in office tlmo and time again It can be Sid also that the present ndmlnlstraUpn does not seem to be In any way more disturbed over The attacks than was the strenu ous one which occupied the White House before it It is a matter of record that once on a tlmo Theodore Roosevelt said that his withers would not bo wrung if there were a dozen financial panics provided of course he know that they were disturbances growing out of a re tom that was necessary In order to make honest tho business conscience of the United States- Administration Measures Tho president fully expects to have enacted into law before the session closes the postal savings bank bill measures for safeguarding tho natural resources of the country his interstate commerce amendments and It may be a law governing the matter of Issuing Injunctions Mr Taft has given what may be considered his legal opinion to the effect that all of these measures will stand the test ofconstitutionalityWhile Incorporation plan will not bo actively discussed in con gross until next winter U is today tho center of discussion In all the financial centers of tho country When Mr Taft first intimated what it was intended to accomplish by tho bill tho corporations of tho country thought apparently that it would prove to be a good measure from their standpoint Now there seems to have been a change of feeling and tho representa tives of corporations are attacking the presidents plan with great bitter ness They do not like the paragraph which prohibita any company which takes out incorporation papers under tho national government from acquir buslI I which objection is being raised in many sections of tho country but ap parently tho objectors havo made no progress in tho attempts which have been made to get tho president to I change his mind on the subject I Ballinger Inquiry to Be Long There is a feeling In Washington I growing stronger day by day that the BalllngerPlnchot investigating com mittee may not conclude Its hearings I for a long time to come and that its final report will not be given to the public until after tho congressional elections next November Tho hearings have taken no more of tho form of a real trial than they had when the proceedings were opened All parties to the controversy aro now represented by counsel and there are direct and crossexaminations just as one hears them in any court Louis n Glavls who was tho first govern ment omclal dismissed from tho service on account of tho charges which he brought by Inference at least against a high officer has made a much better witness for his side of the case than his opponents thought possible Plnchot a DUlY Man Gifford Pincbot tho former chief forester who was dismissed from the service because of tho letter that he wrote to Senator Dolliver Is the bush est man in Washington these days lie Is president of the National Con servation association and ot the Joint Committee on Conservation These two organizations probably soon will bo joined In order that the conserva tion work may not bo duplicated Tho idea is to concentrate the efforts ot all tho friends of conservation In addition to his work as chief of the two civil conservation bodies Mr Pinchot was busy for a long time preparing himself for the witness stand In the congressional committee room There Is before congress a bill for setting aside forest preserves In the southern Appalachian mountains and in the White mountains of New Hampshire Gifford Pincbot has felt his friends say that Prof Moores statement that the forests have com paratively little Influence on stream flow will if accepted be taken as a strong argument against setting aside an Appalachian forest reservation So It Is that Mr Pinchot has felt that he must answer the statements of Prof MooreScope of Inquiry Broadened There seems to have been something of a misunderstanding about the con gressional inquiry now being made into the conduct of the officials of tho two different branches of government It has been understood by the people apparently that Secretary Ualllngcra acts alone are under Inquiry The in vestigation was broadened to include the acts of tho forest service officials nnd so It Is that Gifford Pinchot for mer Law Officer of the Forest Ser vice A C Shaw former Assistant Forester Overton W Price and Louis II Glavls who was an employe of the reclamation service are also so to speak fellow defendants in the case now engaging tho attention of tho congressional committee- Of course the majority of the mem bers of the committee are Repub licans because the house Is Republican and committees are always so named as to give the dominant party control It is said in Washington by the friends of tho forest service that there will bo no report Issued by the committee until after tho congressional elections because they say no matter which way the report runs whether In favor of Mr Balllnger or In favor of the others there will ba of necessity a good deal of feeling created and that this will have Its effect on the elections The members of tho committee however say that they will get through just as soon as they can and that criticisms of- slowness of movement art entirely uncalled for 1 r- I BIG TRADE VOLUME Outlook for Spring Is Much Bet ter Than It Was Two Weeks Ago New YorkR G Dun G CoI Weekly Review of Trade says Business conditions vary so widely In one section from another and In one trado from another that a gonorallza lion broad enough for the situation on a whole is dlfllcult Yet making due allowance for the effect of the severe weather in certain parts of the coun try for the Influence upon financial confidence of political uncertainties and for the consequences of specula tive reaction it appears that the vol ume of trade continues very large and the outlook for the spring is in no small degree better than it was two weeks ago- Jobbers of dry goods are doing a- very fair trade and they are not dupli cating as usual in the primary mar kets for additional spring merchan disc and they rule generally quiet An irregular volume of ordering is noted In woolens and worsteds and coUon goods have again been adversely Influenced by another wide fluctuation in the price of the staple There Is a lack of now business of account of footwear and buyers gen orally believe that prices will decline New England manufacturers are Urns but reports from the East note that split shoes have sold at lower figures made poslsble by tho lower prices for splits Further weakness has devel oped in hides and sales of packers havo been made at sharp declines Structural Steel More Active New York Bradstrccts says Soma kinds of finished iron and steel such as structural and some products are rather more active Pig Iron at tho North Is rather quiet but with more inquiry indicating tho ex istence of some business to bo placed but Southern iron is reported offerings at concession in Northern markets Business failures in the United States for the week ending with February 24 were 254 against 2CO last week 244 In the like week of 1909 311 in 190S 194 in 1907 and 190 in 190G Wheat including flour exports from tho United States and Canada for time week ending Feb 24 1840332 bushels against weak last week and 2041D91 tho same last year For the 34 weeks ending Fob 24 exports were 107050453 bushels against 133231310 In the correspond- Ing perlcd last year Corn exports for tho week are 729824 bushels against 771C1C last week and 7797C4 in 1909 For the 34 weeks ending Feb 24 corn exports are 17907221 bushels against 20071402 last year PINCHOT REITERATES CHARGES Deposed Chief Forester Says Secre tary Balllnger Wilfully Deceived the President Washington In his testimony be fore the Joint committee of the sen ate and house which Is investigating tho socalled BalllngerPinchot controversy Gifford Pinchot tho deposed chief forester made the general statement that Secretary lialllnger had wilfully deceived the president especially in connection with the Cnn ningham ccal land claims Mr Talf Is still convinced that Mr Plnchots aspersion is not only un founded but unjust He has been fol lowing tho progress of tho InvEstlga tion and wondering whether Pinchot can produce any evidence additional to that he furnished three months ago which he then pronounced insufficient to prove his allegation of deception TOBACCO MARKET Louisville Ky Feb 26Thero Is no change of note In tho local leaf tobacco market Offerings are run ping light due in a largo measure to unfavorable weather conditions and In some measure to tho fact that mot of the crop has been marketed Of ferings 371 hhds prices for all grades of burley and dark were fully up Dark ranged from 450 to 1150 and burley from 8GO to 18JiO Lexington Ky Fob 21iTho first white burley tobacco grown In Mis souri to be sold on the market here was disposed of by the FaYette To bacco warehouse for an average of 1588 per hundred The crop con slating of 2200 Ibs was shipped here by Lindsay Shepter of Wallace Mo Tho tobacco was pronounced by to bacco men hero of superb quality establishing the fact that vultc burley tobacco can bo grown In that state LIVE STOCK MARKET Cincinnati Jab 2GCaU1pSblll pers 57GaGGO extra 6G5aG7 butcher steers good to choice 510 583 heifers extra 5658575 good to choice 490a560 cows good to choice 4COa315 Hulls Bologna 450a515 fat bulls o25a575 Calves Extra 9 fait to good 7aS7i5 HOJSI Good to choice packers and butch ers 965a970 mixed packers S55a 965 pigs 110 Ibs and less 6a910 Sheep Extra G35a650 good to choice 6aG25 Iambs Extra 910 good to choice i a9IGRAIN Cincinnati Feb 26iour1Vinter patent 585a620 do family J48ia510 spring patent 570a6 do fancy 5a 635 Rye Northwestern blended 455a463 do city pure 470a4SO city blended 475a495 Wheat No 2 to1 125al27 No3 red 1128118 Cam No 2 whlto C5a66c No 2 yellow C4a644c No2 mixed 64aG4 ic white car 63aG7c yellow ear 6a68c mixed ear u44 aGGc Oats No 2 white GlurlVfcc No 2 mixed 4la19Yac Hay No 1 timothy 18al8f No 1 clover mixed 10alCGO No 1 clover lt3 1550 Maltnprlng barley SJaSGc Barley No 2 spring 7SaS2c r CRAVING FOR STRONG DRINK Use of Alcohol When Used to Excess Produces Degenerative Changes- In Various Viscera DR ATRXANnKU IjAMrtKRT IN SUCCKSS MAOAZINK The causes and effects of alcoholism form a vast subject about which much truth and many falsehoods have been written Tho falsehoods havo done more than a passing harm for they have caused in the minds of tho ig norant a disbelief In tho truth and tho strict truth displays a terrible picture Tho use of alcohol is tho most common and widespread of all tho narcotics and unlike morphine and cocaine it may bo indulged In modestly tvituoit over being taken to excess but also unlike morphine and cocaine when used oven in moderation It may cause pathologic changes in the body and when taken to excess Invariably produces degeneratlvo changcj in the various viscera Alcohol had a curious selective ac tion ana as Individuals react differently to equal doses so too do individuals show different pathologic changes from equal indulgence Tho brain and central nervous system or the heart and arteries or the liver and kidneys may each separately bear the brunt of the alcoholic poison Thus the brain and nervous system may entirely es cape tho poison and the individual die of cardiac r other visceral degenern tion or tuo In rnu nervous system may beco 3 early degenerated and the viscera escape and the chronic alcoholic live long years a nulsanco and a curse to his community Unfor tunately when alcoholic excesses are committed in the youthful formative period of life the brain and nervous system are the more prone to be af fected The man who indulges in al coholic excesses is like a man who recklessly signs sight drafts which ho never expects to be cashed in but when overtaken with acute disease or accident these drafts are cashed in with pitiless insistence The effects of alcohol do riot always remain confined to the generation rhlch commits tho overindulgence since idiocy epilepsy moral degeneracy and weakened un stable mentality are more often found in the children of alcoholic parents than in those of nonalcoholic parent age The actual thirst or craving is not Inhcrdited but the weaker moral character which is bequeathed easily gives way to any temptation and quick ly forms habits of excessive indul gence SOME RESULTS OF NO LICENSE Table Showing Number of Gates Tried for Drunkenness In New Zealand Also for Debt Nolicense went into effect In the Matura electorate in New Zealand on July 1 1903 Not including 1903 which being half under license nnd half under nolicense id valueless for comparative purposes there have therefore been five full years of no license In the electorate in question A report compiled from the court books for the five years preceding 1903 as compared with the five years succeeding it gives the following very interesting result Kive Years Five Years License NoLJcenin Total offenses Ml 211 DrtinktnnpBH 2TJ 114 Thus It will be seen that although the population of too police district has increased fully 50 per cent since 1896 tho total offenses are less than halt and the arrests for drunkenness better even than that It lanl80 a well known fact that ninetenths ot the persons arrest ed for drunkenness aro those who return in that state from license areas or those who get their drink from a brewery which can still spread its de structive influence abroad Tho report also shows that the sum monses for debt during the nolicense period ore nearly 400 less in number and over 20000 less in amount than was the case in the five years previous to nolicense Considering the great ly increased volume of business transacted this Is surely u most creditable showing in favor of no license THE SALOON BAR A liar to Heaven a door to hell Whoever ncinetl It named It well A bar to manliness nnd wealth A door to want rued broken health A tar to honor pride nnd fame A door to sin and grief nnd shame A bar to hope u bar to prayer A door to darkness and despair A bar to honored useful life A door to brawling eenselewi strife A bar to all that true and brave A door to every drunkards grave A tar to joy that home Imparts A door to tears and aching hearts A bar tn Heaven a door to hell Whoever named It named It well Railroads Bar Drinkers It Is coming to bo more and more the case that the drinking habit is a bar to employment and thus It may be said that In n way tho liquor question U made an economic one Many rail road companies and other large em ployora require as a condition of ser vice an agreement on tho part of their employes not to indulge In In oxlcants This Is Juno as a matter if business precaution and to mfiil ulze the risk of accidents that uight result from Incapacity or neclo due I to the use of liquor I d0VI- a alllCeo e e14 II aoea easoaoe- I s East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else 4 i lfo eorreipcndenee pibliiktdmlMi iltned In laU by Ue writer The same i It Dot tor pibllcatiOB bat ee tn eldeoe of rood f ltS Write piston L nnananvvvvvv JACKSON COUNTY AIcICIatMcKee Fob 28 Attorney Baker Is slokSupt J J Davis Maulden was in his offlco Satunl- Marcum and Sparks have opened line of goods at tho I O O F ha The McKeo Academy for want room has secured the public school building for Dues Koolkers gradesh Mr and Mrs Alfred Moore den are visiting In townL C Lyt tie sheriff has sold his farm to Georgo M Murrel and will move to the Daker property just below tow Mr John Lear representing Mc Adams and Morford Lexington wh sale druggists was calling on mer chants the past week The best en tertalnment of tho year was given at the McKee Academy Tuesday evening The feature of tho even was an oratorical contest I betwe IgI some of the different grades of ti school James Hayes Jr winning the boys and Miss Stella Sparks the girls prize The patriotic songs at flag drills were much enjoyed a1 The Rev and Mrs Wm orthlng ton were visiting In town Tuesday evening arid night and attended the celebration of Washingtons but day Exsheriff Lalnhart Is building a store house on the southeast C0 ner of his lot and Is going to put one of the most uptodate line of gro cerles the town has had All the pro tit ho wants Is enough to make wag for his team while hauling Hurrah for Tyra we think this will be belt for our town than to join the anti meal eaters Tho following marriage licenses were Issued by County Clerk cWSarah Ramsey Gray Hawk age Y cand26 J W Singleton Egypt ago and Wilder riWand Affle Webb Drip Rock age 1 P pMattleISAACS Isaacs Feb 2SMrs Esther Allen who has been very 111 la better Mr and Mrs Jerry York and Mr and Mrs M L Watson were the guests of Mr Geo Davis Wednesday Mrs butbetter of Isyarn Moored Creek has been visiting h children of this place the past wool agaiTherea Allens Tuesday evening Mr G C Purkey Is clearing a large newground OlmENJJALI Greenhall Feb 28J D Smf- r wiHispartner of the firm of J N Smith Co will continue business at the Sam lJdaypneumonia Ho leaves a wife several children and a host of other relativesC and friends Jim Freeman and to are very 111 with lagrtppo and fever Marshal Mays and partner mode raid on Travis Wild Dog and Blac water tho past week destroying t moonshine stills and ahfine copper worm on Black WaterE W N Hughes Is doing a hustling business with his steam mill sawa Ing cross tlesG G Madden has moved to his new home on Black WaterWe learn C S Robinson w1l1II be up from Berea to sell or rent the farm vacated by Mr Madden J D Plerson Is offering to sell his homen itsteadplace In the county for business and has a good orchard of four hundred young trees and one of the best dwelling storo and other buildings In the county Marls Brewer is vii lUng relatives at sturgeon Several years ago he Joined the army after being mustered out ho located In Oregon where he has homesteaded a AboutlwAprU years ra all good luckDr J A Mahaffey the visited the bedside of Jim Freeman Sunday he reports his recovery as doubtful ho has a bad case of pneu last monla Jim Freeman sold his tine colt to Curt Gentry Mr Gentry is patheand raising tine stock Lewis Ward of Maulden is reported very low with fever Mrs Frances Lee who has camhomee e ling of her little boys that was vaccinated has a very sore arm Samuel Davis has returned to Hamllotn Ohio Jim Woods of Hamilton Ohio is expected home nOUDLFLICK and Doublelick Feb 26Corn is selling for ninety cents per bushel The Mar ularI I 1 wtinness putting logs In the creek rora he Thomas CoIr Grant Issoreof Valley View bought a horso from Rose tar 5126Air May Abra aytalit East Bornstadt Is moving Into Wo are glad to have g atnelgbborsIarred the 17th Mr C to Miss Lizzie May their days be full- appiness of PAIIKOT Parrot Feb 27MIss Deckle J Woodson of Livingston Is visiting tinlIsJ laceSteve the infant child AeleCornelius ot Laurel County was In town Sunday AIlss Annie Prlco has gone to stay with her sister Mrs AHshle Radford of Weaver Air Geo Pcnnlngton has returned from a trip to Clay County whero he has been delivering enlarged picturesMss H J and G W Gabbard aro on the sick list dSANU GAP 60Sand Gap Fob 2STho Rev V Clemmons assisted by tho R Samuel Standlfer filled his regularR at this Saturday and i herhfew attended tho meeting News Cy1nRts at urday evening at Chestnut Flat 1school house by two sons tof Curt IsI ssacs The cause of tho killing is known It is reported that one of erthe Isaacs brothers went to the homo of Cyrus Isaacs and ato supper with him attar which they wont away to gother and mot the other brother at j Flat school house where t fathe1and wife went on a pleasure tour to Bend Sunday Nathan Pearson v his brotherlnlay Calvin Pow to3ifrom Gray Hawk whore he went to survey landIrol Clemmons 3passed thru hero Sunday cnrouto to to visit relatives Shar man Durham visited his parents at Ft Riddle Sunday David Cole has bought and moved to the place va j cated by P E Johnson here and will set up In business P E John son has bought and moved to the JiG Durham farm here Sherman Dur j and family have moved into their new homo on the ridge near crCrooked Lane They call their new place Falrvlew The sugar famine dnsweetening upMr Rlrchardson has had a phone put In his store and have sugarsent up whenever he wishes In spite of bad roads and wea crossWth J n Durham The new baby at illard Clemmons Is called Nathan Publicowas on UusinossGee Richardson has boa Aluinbaught IsI jeColelJIIHtfUIre ed lieuker hawre new store house completed Mrs Moora Is some better at thisI at writing Little Cora Begley is well pneumonI1JjIorrls Farmer of Maulden visited OrniMorris Saturday nightJamesmMoora had a corn shelling Saturday which was a success Harvey ed Moore has his new wood shed com plated W nonfat Of Hurley Feb 28lIIr Geo McCol lum of this plaoo and Miss Sarah Ramsey of near Gray Hawk were J quietly married at the home oC the bride Feb 21 Wo wish them a lot and happy molIIr Grover Cnbba horses with G B Gabbard and begin carrying the mall from to Livingston March 1Mr the Gabbard and Mr Frank Lek Loam attended church at Pineto Flat Sunday They also attended T big Holiness meeting at Seven Pines Sunday night Mr David GabJ bard made a business trip to Ben tt rea weekMr John Gabbard Sa Sand Lick who has been under tree ment for his eyes at Berea for tho week is not much better Mr than Gabbard left Thursday lorA Sadoms 111 whom he will work 131lsCa summer Mr W M Moore Is build to a now house Mrs Nannlo Gab will soon be out again Miss Lake of Loam is visiting herfOI sister Mrs David Gabbard thisDadleweek HUGH for Hugh Feb 28old Aunt Peggie Tom Parks is very poorly all this writing Is not expected to liveThe Rev Martin of ClnclnnaU will hold reg meeting at this plaoo this week died Mr Lewis Parks of Cincinnati was 1called to the home of his parents account of tho illness of his mother Mrs Grover Drew and wife of this place have been visiting Mr Drews parents this last ook1IIr and Mrs Annlsson Crowloy were the siesta of Mr Crowleys mother SundayOld aunt Slnda Rose of this place passed away Feb 16th Sho as In her eightieth year and leaves son and one daughter and a host grand children and friends to mourn her lossMr Hugh Parks Jms10 made a business trip to Bo dJrldaylUss China Hudson went see Mrs Myrtle Dean Saturday CLOVER IIOTTOJI Clover Bottom Feb 2Sparr recently C M VanWInklo to A Eliza Davidson Married last Thu herday Mr Jas D Moore to Mrs L Abner Hollo Abrams has 1 Lullofbrams who has been in school v inisitDiedShe was SC years old and leaves two children and a number of grand dren to mourn her death They have our deepest sympathy rue Chestnutsr8school house Saturday Wilson Leonard Isaacs aro charged withI killing lie was shot four times In the Uack11 N Dean went to Al SaturdayJackvobinson of Berea was called to his bedside Sunday 18ETnmEthel Feb 24Wo are having plenty of wet Weather in this place 11 J Nooley and Wm Messer have Just returned from Ross Crock Where 1they have been visiting tholr father and fatherinlaw I S Moasor Mr W S G Rico who has boon sick is better at this writing Mrs S C Dalley is not getting any better yet Dr Clark who has been BO low Is n adomily havo moved In tho house with John Q Rice The twin babies of Mrs A J Necloy who have been sick are botUr Mr hoary Clay of Sox ns Creek was visiting at Ethel Sun daysMr Frank Metcalf of LeIghton paid U S G Rico a visit Sunday The now lodge the Royal 76 mot at this place Saturday night and took In tour members They have a hust ling lodge and moot twice a month Mary Rico lost a flue young cow Is week Henry Rico who is going to school at McKee visited homo folks Saturday and Sundayair Robert Bingham Is reported on tho sIck UstIr Sam Messer lost a fine yaw ondayMrs A J Maxwell who been sick Is better A bad by nomq of Bird 17 years of ago rowned in Sextons Creek ono lost week and was not found till 1next morning Mr and Mrs lie Reese were the guests of U S G Rice and family Saturday night andof titieyuslitstaves TUo Rev Gentry filial his re CrgularSundaytIROCKCASTLE COUNTY slit1t1L1IEIiVlidle Feb 28 Rev Mr Wink failed to fill his regular appoint 8uldaySchool Is Feb 25thSir T G Reynolds was In Mt Vernon Monday on buslII ness1IIrs Ellc Manes is very sl bIof Mr TDStewart jROCKtORn v uncle Jim my at home Friday ght with no one present His r ains were placed In the Scatfo Cane cemetery C Holman returnb4 from Crab Orchard Saturday Cope Is cutting shingle blocks for Todd There havo been four cases scarlet fever at J W Todds In I SIsfourteen yenta of age Very little farming Is being done around here weredW in Todd was hauling goods from Con way Friday and Saturday and reports road in bad condition Several plannlesput out a crop of tobaccoJ WWj says he will take his crop ofCoe Irish potatoes in tho placo of tobacco Mr J E Dalton and family of Denvisited relatives near Rockford and W II h whtsoonJ M Bullen is putting up porches to his new dwelling Cornelius Is expected at Scat fo ne on the tires Saturday in Marc fill his regular appointment asne pastor of Scaffold Cane churchOTuncle Nelson Northern some time and is still no hotter Todd Is very bad off ling rheumatism He has been confineedweek several wooksI L Martin an Llnville are the two bull eaG working men around Rockford IIOONK rage Boone Feb 28Mr Charles KJngtRa in Berea last Monday File body D was brought hero Tuesday and laid to rest at Falrvlew grave yard He leaves a father two brothers and ono sister Mr Thomas Is slckTho small child of Mr and Mrs Goorgo Lamb continues very UIlIlrs Curt Kldwell is slowly Improving Mr Cal Chasteen returned last week to Blanche Mr Rico French ot Droy fus was In this vicinity Sundays GOOCIILAN D Goochland Feb 19Dad weather Btlll continues John C Phillips Is- Is improving Abo Chasteen is visit Ing In Gooshland at prasentJamest- on Lucas of Madison County passed thru Friday on his way to the mountains buying cattle Jim certainly knows when tile best time is to buyY- S Jones Is clearing up a largo plot ground Geo Parker has a very ledbad case of fever Richard King has toreLulhCY sickaiBig wero this part ot the county trading last Abnoy Bros have moved their 111W mill to J F Dooloys place tallago on account P1TintHerandea Thtwere In Goochla Tuesday night on their return fro points north ot hero John W Sat men Is very sick at presentJjJones Is buying lumber and eroastf for the Lyons Lumber CohiCLIMAX Climax Fob 21Mr and Mrs Ii low Clark are rejoicing over the arr val of a baby boy In their home Fob 19thale James hoary is not J proving much from his sickness ai SThere Rector Is sick at this writing are a taw oases of siaall rciwrted around NoraMr rthur Clark and Wife visited at W Young Saturday night Isaac Rector lost his horse tho other dayair Ora York is working for J M Rector at pltISCnllr Abe Chasteen passedI thru Saturday on Ills way to his hotno at Wlldle He has been visiting his stator Mrs Martha Phillips of Gooch land for a tow dayEva the Laugh tel of S L Roto is improving fro her Illness Mr John Gadd Is pro1will raring to build a house on his fltherI Inlaws farm Groasio Rector is proTenn paring to build his house back whore It was burned a tow weeks ogoJ- t A Sextons family Is sick at tbleto writing Mr Dick King Is going to Hamilton OhloIr Georgo Scale Is sick at this rIUngI hasu1cl rotvN nuassdaybeatnt17th brought soother big tide Some U our citizens have gone down on J R Oabbanl was la Boon w Is le a tow days ago on business JGabbard our J P was on ook last Satuiday to try some WolfI UosR W Inter ot on bushiMS Ho expects t0stems ByMissCow Creek college who has boon ale 0lattending school at Cow Creek pa homo folks a visit Friday SaturdMo Mr and sire Slot ckGabbard are tho parents of a no- by boyJas R Gabbard was 1 Mriagrfptemunlty Mr and Mrs Brook Combs have an attack of grippe at tills writ- Ing huffidB soon ready for operation D B Moore list dalJ8 sIMargaret Moore Saturday an SundaylIrs Pearl Johnson of Cow In Is very poorly at this writing J B Combs is preparing to move upNagoI1 C Gabbard Sr was in Boonevllle Saturday on businessabIHLANII CITY ho thegon a ago Peters left Friday for Buffalo Clay County on business Tho llttlo ant of James Kelley is very 111 Emery Peters left for Illinois Monday ner to spend the year Chas Nceley Mr o has recently been at Hamilton Icy io returned a tow days ngoJ B tie man was on Island Creek day ldThursday branding tlesTbe moon busthIn Owsley Cpunty on account tho hustling Marshal Wm Mays he right hand fork of Island Shasnine barrels of flour in tho post F dtCLAY COUNTY s VINE Vine Feb 22 Sickness Is all the Click nawMr Henry Ponder of and Creek visited his sister Mrs T Downey Saturday and Sunday o At-AKrNSPoWnEtt The only made from of Tartar No Limo T sIckIWofflat at this writing Mr Grovor toUat the ndhgtno of the bride Wo wish them a ndlong and happy lICClr Chester Ro btitnlgtl CIHanablo Morgan tallest to till s regular npiwlntmont at alt Olive 111Lra largo Ho ex wets to raise tobacco this ypnr Mr James Williams Is doing a great ngrleulturaatoneioral 41 toxas soon as their school TimbersIIIIHIIITSIIADI Shade Fob 2iTho weather for tho post week is cheer InC us up and many of tho farmers are rolling tho stones and ctttU the brush from tholr Intended c rollty 1grounll1larlon Frederick at tit 1date Is a little Improved Wtj aro a 1sorry of his long Illness and hope ho soon bo stirring briskly among as before ifoyd King or Knoxvlllo has gone to Manchester on business He is surveying tho mud hero for a foal company that expects commence operations in tho near future Henry stills has just return ed from Boron school to finish out Mud Lick school Henry Is a fit o IlhO man and to toot seating to the The price of staves has risen and work has taken a now step In lino and wo soon expect the slat o lls to begin Joe agers and wife ot Manchester lint o en vlaltlng his father and brothers this place Woodson Mills wt to build our now school Uulidln will soon commence the work There some talk of placing a lodge room over the building whiny wo hoto will como to pass AMIIIIl JI r Feb 23We are havingthdeal of rain at rd son of Thomas Byrd was drown wetko gra- vrdMr R D Clark is very ill Penningdnday for Owilcy County to lolls gillwt goneni Rance Woods and Wilt Campbell begun logging on Cool Spring 8KXTONH CREEK Soxtona Creek Fob 361 T Wood Mrs Nancy Hunter Robert Clark Sr I Mrs Napier David Bowman and Mrs I Nancy J Clark are ou the sick this week Tho Rov J P Met rats went to Manchester Friday on business Henry Noo and his brother MdSextons Creek Thursday of last week just below tho narrows as the result of a raft sinking and tearing The remainder of the crow narrow escape Ills body was four morning of the same weekII out a fourth of a mile below whero I was drowned lie was burled In j Saddler Gap grave yard1Vlilla BeckneH0 vegetable collar toll in Ian week destroying about fifty dollars worth of eatables and glass and ware Weddings of last week Mr AbI to Miss Lucy Noo on Thursday I Ray Clay and Miss Fannie Kel on Friday Robert Hensley of Crane Crook passed thru here on his way homo Blgo rrelativesESTILL daekCamp Feb 28 Willie Collins returned from Berea aturda whero ho had been on buslnemM Collins and daughter Mrs Manda Murphy and her two children from E Irvine wero the guests of Mrs Anti O and Mr Turner Kelly Saturday Sunday Mrs Murphy had been visiting on Station Camp about three weeks until scarlet fever died out of I Adds fleathfnl Qualities I to the Food Economizes Flour Butter and Eggs baking powder Royal Grape Cream AlumNo Phosphates 1building ItDrlght peraUonlIr yeaterM COUNTYul j Irvine They returned home today Turner Kelley was tho guest of J H Kolloy and family of Wagerevllle Miss Pearl Scrlvner came homoI from Berea Saturday to rest up for a few days She expects to return ack to school about the last ot this weekC H Click was In Jackson lost week on business Wllllo ollins and Robert Flynn were the guests ot Turner Kelloy last Sundry Messrs Forrest and Turner Dur bin Shelby Fulcra and Norris Rico loft for Illinois Sunday whore they oxpoct to remain this year Wesley j Winkler and Harry Daniels who have boon lu school at Boron aro homo ngalnG 11 Parsons of Drip tock Jackson County Is reported to have shot Rufus Fowler three times Sun bodlyrowlcrnotrouble between them wan Fowler DripHockLewla 4 ngsoftieItobt Raborn of Taylor Coun has moved on Wm Isaacs faun toand is going to make a crop there 11this year LOCUST 1IHAMUII Locust Branch Fob 38air loin Gentrys family have all been under Uio soother with lagrlppo Mr Gilt ford Bloknoll left hero the 21st with his brother for IllinolaN S Coylo I U Improving his fathers term qulto a lot Tho Rev Mr Winkler of Bo rea will preach at Station Camp on Sunday tho 27th ruins Ing his regular appointment here We hope to havo Bro Winkler with us on tho fourth Sunday In March wo hope to organ ilienRatclghIlnel1 UJohoufI backgto the Jno Young place Alson Blok poll will occupy tho house vacated by Mr Powell Daniel Denny la 111 with lagrlppo Mr Fellow Flynn who millhoemovohissawingtieswhile out hunting ono day last week accidentally shot himself with a shot gunMr Syrus Isaacs was shot and killed last Saturday evening Ho caliberIInJacksonOARRARO COUNTY PAINT LICK FannloDrockman tnrduyand two children are In from Illinois where they have been for six years 1I1tcrMr2400Gabbardlittle placo for 11000 Mr BIcknell expects to move to Michigan soon Wodi of this place last Friday night Prices of hogs In this vicinity sago from IS to b9 per hundred Corn wlloatIsMADISON COUNTY IPANnrIanola March JMr and Mrs El PLogsdonlllpe but are slowly improving r John C Payton la very sick at CoIs regular y and Sunday night at thlsplace Miss Emma and Bessie Kindred who Cityihome for a short tlmellr gild Mrs AflddlatownhioClove Adams who has been visiting friends here for two weeks has returned homo at Lone Wolf Okla Continued on fourth rose lj r 1 4o