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HHlHMHHHIHIHIHK HKMHH 11 H HHfHHff JAMES MILTON RACER i IThanksgiving NumberEditor and Publisher PagesrHIH++ HHIII IH H I t II tI IIIH VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1903 One dollar a year NO 23 IDEAS Lot tin bo thankful Greatness always guntle Out ready for winter for those wLo y gut ready foe it winter to n good time r 1 of year r TAKE NOTICE Winter To in boiclna WodiuH day December 1O Sue announcement of our next groat Surial Story on page Wo respectfully riubinitoiirThanks giving number It is fitting that we add a page of war stories of the ma neuvers about Chattanooga since it so near the 40th anniversary of that memorable campaign Public opening of Mona Industrial Building Doc 4 andG Meeting in Tabernacle Friday night Building open to via tors Saturday morning 8 to 10 meeting in Tabernacle at 10 At tide meeting a girl will touch the electric button to sot the machinery 1in Industrial Building going Let plan to attend this great occsaion FROM THE WIDE WORLD Iriuwfls Louise daughter of the lath Count of Paris Is said to have boon selected to be King Alfonsos bride firedIIono who was slightly wounded The King and Queen of Italy wore guesU at a banquet in St Georges Hull Windsor Castle England which was attended by many distinguished poreouagos An unol1icialreport at Manila says the Captain of a United Statoa army transport has landed ruonforcenienU in Joloono of the Philippine group and that fighting commenced as soon J M the troops wore lauded The Russian Foreign OHico pro nouncca absurd the report that the Ktisiiians have seized tho Chinoso posts ou the great wall pointing out that owing to its great lengths it would require an army to hold it Throe hundred Moro were killed and manyothers carried off deed or woundinl after fivedays of fighting by American soldiers in Jolo under the leadership of Gun Leonard Wood Tho Americans lost Maj Scott and five privates wounded IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho next Confederate reunion will be hold in Nashville r Secretary Hay has signed a canal treaty with M Varilla the minister of Panama which makea the construc tion of Iho Panama canal practically a certainty Cuba will tx invited to join the Union as a State if the joint reaolu lion just introduced in the Sonata by Senator Newlauda of Nevada passes Congress By tho collision of a freight train with a work train on the Big Four railroad near Tromont III twenty mlles from Peoria last Thursday thirtyono men wore killed and fifteen or more injured Carrie Nation arrived in Washing ton and paid a visit to the Senate Chamber the White House and the police station iu one afternoon At the latter place she loft f2Ti fine for disturbing tho peace of tho Senate gallery Sonator Chas E Deitrich Repub lican from Nebraska has boon Indicted by the Omaha Grand Jury on the charge of bribery and corruption In connection with tho appointment of Jacob Fisher as postmaster ol Hast ings COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Near Burkesville Ky Wyatt Brown was shot and killed by Pete Brake A lire in Louisville last Friday en tailed a loss of 354500 with a total 18t100tBedford Lewis a Warren county politician has fallen heir to over 300000 by the death of a cousin in California A fire early Saturday morning at Danville Ky destroyed property Y worth 20550 Twentysix horses perished Tho only petition to oust Senator Reed Smoot from Congress presented to tho Senate from Kentucky came from Monticello Wayne county The tabulation of tho official vote by tho Secretary of State shows Gov Beckhams plurality to be 20259 and the total vote 489207 The official count gives W Godfrey Hunter n plurality of 105 for Congress from the Eleventh congressional district It ==Greater New York Election How Tammany Carried the Great City and What the Result Means Tho defeat at the last election of Mayor Low who has given Greater New York two years of tho teat government over known to any great American city by George McClollau tho representative of the most corrupt poll lIci al organization in America is tho worst blow over given to good government by the pooplo themselves Tile issue was clearly drawn between good and bad government Mayor Lows administration was hardly at tacked in tho campaignit could not lx The man nominated by Turn many is known as a cats paw for un scrupulous politicians amnu who will do as ho is toldtallliallow Chas F Murphy the Tammany IXWH to rule tho city as Ce pleases Tho thin isoa of reform made by TammanyI wore disproved by the wellknown fact that it was promising to ninny persona porrniroiou to break certain laws in return for contributions to the campaign fund Any one knows that all tho criminals dive keepers nod worst elements of the population of n groat city were working for TamII many Tammany hardly deny that the issue was good gov eminent against bad It was tho good government that was defeated Good government means the enforcing of all laws which are needed to keep any tuna from inI terfering with the rights of any other man In a largo city this calls not only for the preventing of crime and the enforcing of the laws against gambling and prostitution but tho carrying out of a large number of or dinances which restrict tho liberty of each individual in order to make sure of tho comfort and safety of the rest In Now York the saloons are closed on Sunday merchants are not allow ed to stack boxes on tho sidewalks aihH and garbage must not be thrown in the streets but set outside the door by n certain hour every morn ing teams are not allowed to stop on street corners and so on All those ordinancee have boon enforced by Mayor Low and though each ono makes some inconveniences to a few persons tho city has boon much more comfortable safe and healthful as a result But the persons whoo convenience has boon disturbed by those ordinances do not want them and if good government means that they must oboy them they do not want good government Tho merchants want to be able to lot their boxes stand on the sidewalks the Ger mans want beer on Sunday the landlords can build cheaper houses if they do not have to keep tho law so they all decide that they are willing to have a government which will rob the city of millions and permit the stealing of womon for awful purposes if that government will let them break tho laws which are in the way of their convenience And this is why Tammany carried Now York These men with those who wished to break the criminal laws and those who always vote for Tammany without knowing wiry wore enough to carry tho city belpedlCorruption =form A largo campaign fund was raised from the big corporations who privileg08Ito break the laws in one way or an paidIpay or to keep thei cars so clean a steam ship company paid in order to secure permission to use a pier which was unsafe and so on and tho money was nil used in buying votes It is prob able too that tho leaders of the Re publican machine which is as corrupt as Taiauy who because of the honosy of Mayor Lows olhcials hud beery unable to buy favors in tho city by helping corrupt bills through the legislature secretly workedagainst tho man they were supposed to be supporting and that Senators Platt Quigg mud Manchester sold out Neither the corporations nor tho polil ticians wanted good government So Mayor Low was defeated 00I cause ho had given good government That was tho only real charge against him and it was enough The election was no victory for democracy All tho best Democrats in the city the Democrats whose names are known through the States and nation worn Bgaiust Tammany It is a victory for crime and bribery anti corrup iron and lawlessness Tammany stands for no political principle or partyit represents vice and the free play of ovil and by these will New York bo governed for two years It has BO chosen STANLEY FROST BIRTH OF BEREA COLLEGE Prof J A R Rogers the first Principal of Borea College has just published beautiful book giving a full account of tho early days This book to published in Philadelphia contains pictures of Bro Fees original house tho Rogers house tho first building Borea College Bro Fee Prof Rogers Win E Lincoln Goo Candle John Hanson and many others Every resident in this part of the State should own a copy It may bo land at tho College bookstore for SI Thefollowing note shows how well tho book Is appreciated McKee KyNov9 03 Rev W G Frost Boron Ky My Dear Sir- Several days ago I received the little work which you sent meliTho Birth of Berea College and now take this opportunity of tendering to you my thanks for it I have road it through and enjoyed it very much It seems to mo tint no one could road of tho pioneer days of Berea College withoutontertaiuiug a friendly feeling for the Institution It is indeed n very historic College Henceforth you may number me as friend anti supporter of Berea College Yours very truly GEO C MOORE p1ssl1Ivote of 835 to 21 anti has been re ferred to the Committee on Foreign beIpassel in timo toy adjourn the extra session by Thanksgiving 0000000- Ii o Got Your Moneys i Worth o 000000000000000000000000 Lackey Hamilton WANT YOUR PATRONAGE 0j oBut not unless they deserve it If there are worthier goods to be found elsewhere if prices asked by others are lower than ours quality considered It is your privilege to profit by thorn but facts prove othat such is not tho case o- S We add something new each day in evory line of we carry and keeping constantlyo obeetDepta See our line of Fancy Velvet and Waistings They are beauties Selling from 25cls to o 100 per yard Be sure to examine our line of 0 Cloaks and Furs Qualityto Ky o ooooo JUST WHAT YOU NEED Stomach and Liver Tablets When you feel dull after eating When you havo no appetite When you have bad taste in the your liver is torpid When your bowels are When you have headache When you feel bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels Price 25 cents per box For sale by S E Welsh Jr A be well dressed must select his col ars cuffs neckwear shirts hosiery underwear hats them from our stock and you will make no mistake We seo to it that our store contains nothing but what is up todate and in good taste arriving daily We sell Douglas Shoes for men and boys and Queen Quality shoes for women Ky yid br u- rbngtu Stores apd the Mt- f shoe dealers The aenuloe Ill name and trice bottom BEST WORLD D SHOES UNION MADE Kotittitrtau fitliiitNtttlIuaLRtna rl alr nnn =1560730 Pairs Butlnen More Than Doubltt In four rear THE REASONS W I1ti eta stakes and aril mote inena JXdOanil1W HStlriiiun Jollier two man tile world W etde by silo with S3W mud Sea lioa of oilier wakes are found to la Jut ae good They will outwear two pain ordinary 31 and 5314shcee Made of the bat trathtri Including Patent W Douglas fa00 Ollt Edg Un cannot be equalled at any shoe hyniull rxirit fntnlofree Iau Ira np For sale by- Re SRI 0000000- o merchandise Wash o t have just added to our fall stock very nobby suits for men and boys at prices that cause you to wonder how we do Overcoats for men Overcoats for youths 0 Overcoats for Make your own price and we have a coat to 0 fit youthe best for the money o 0 Yours please HAMILTON Richmond oooooooooooooooooooooo000000000000 0 I GliamberlainH a mouthWhen constipated a MAN an- dMENS FURNISHINGSin NEW FALL GOODS Rice Arnold Richmond 1sOIPAlraw li Ihnlag3ClandlrAahoeaplaced rangarooV COYLE Berea Highest Quality oBoysGoodsWe somei itoboyso0 LACKEY r Th nua Wll J tho MlrvrnVrnn 4 Mru r h II tla anrc rrml A toHhfcVsadrnrtdInmrIM ia n port nlanr sad No ntdiaa of Rifles Pistols Shotguns T RloNlera4 aa Iln O14 hIc It IodLMrren pert ulw rrcnf of prkw r Urintrrrtinatiirfriab hIo rrk aorhnprudplAadn1 ItNmoi J STEVENS ARMS iTOOL tI tin ant hlrnpce IU luau AN OUTFIT- of eyeglasses or spectacles is not ex pensive but the good it will do is in calculableBetter the cost of a perfect outfit and get perfect satisfaction than try to save money by purchasing cheap glasses They are never suit ableWo have modern high class instru ments for TESTING THE EYES andcan obtain accurate data which enables us to fit- EYEGLASSES AND SPECTACLES that are suitable in every way T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Open Every Day With a full supply of BEEF PORK or MUTTON DAVIS MEAT MARKET Opooslte BIcknell Early Here Ky East End Barber Shop North of Printing Office Shave lOc Hair Cut 15c Shampoo IBo Razors sharpened 15c to 25c R B DOE Proprietor o Get Your- Moneys io Worth o 2 FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on handat TZLEIIIOSIC JOESNo M Joes Corner Richmond Ky Our Millinery Stock Includes the largest variety of the seasons newest and best styles in Ladies Misses and Childrens Headgear now shown in Berea No t matter what price you wish to youlur in sures a well selected stock to choose from Mrs A T Fish BEREA KY For sick headache try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets they will ward off the attack if taken in time For sale by S E Welch Jr I DIAMOND VALUES WlltNuu mt putting it in a at iroviJnt buy n addition to u moftqImoney you the bnof wearing the 11e have been for over genuine Write IhinTearcatalogue k when in the oily 414 W Market rolli JIIAWODI Laughlin r FountainPen IBTHC PEER OF ALL PENS AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE FINEST GRADE UK GOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESEj POPULAR STYLES FOR ONLY 100I SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT 3 The LauRhlin Fountain Pen Holder if made of fin Cot quality hint rubber ia grodelargeot any desired flexibility and has the only perfect feeding device known Either style richly gold mounted or presentation purposes S151 extra Surely you will no be anythingatIhratlueatbs give ouch continuous pleasure and tenice For Salt by East End Drug- Company Main Street Berea ICy J =np rj E MASKERSA THANKSGIVING DAV STORY T WAS not a typical Thanks giving day being so warm that no flako of snow was possible Over all New York from the Battery to Bronx and beyond tho lu minous pearlgray mist hung a ragged canopy which in spots reached oown to the moist street level When Carolyn Martin looked out she of necessity looked up and as the only opening In her tiny apart ment was toward the sky she saw nothing but a mass of gray fog As she stood with her hand on the pulley of her skylight a cnorus of childrens rolces now In laughter now In snatchI Sba Stole to OM of Ills Windows of song came faintly from the street belowAs Carolyn knew that the lodger who occupied the top floor front had gone out she stole to one of his windows It was 11 oclock and the mounted police as is their wont had cleared trafjfieboulevard Carolyn had risen late The demands of the stomach are not as peremptory when one is quiet and she had faced the fact the night be- T fore that she stood possessed of ex actly 18 cents It was still early for pleasure driv ing so that the boulevard for tho mo ment was given over to companies of gayly garbed maskers who were ring ing doorbells and In merry Imperti nence accosting parsers by Through the silvery silken mist they went caracoling a broken tangle of bright color as far as Carolyn could see and she wondered as many another I newcomer to New York has done s as to this odd Thanksgiving day custom which has a history that it Is S not the purpose of this narrative to re lateThe savor of the Thanksgiving din ner In course of preparation below stairs which was exclusive to the keep er of the house and her family float ed upward As Carolyn stood looking out the appetizing odors beat at the door of her demanding young stomach with tantalizing Insistence The carriages were now beginning to pass and from one of them she saw a shower of coin flung to a group of singing maskers With quick resolve she turned went to her room took the paints with which she eked out the little allowance her old uncle was able to send her and in a few minutes had finished a dainty masque She was a fragile llttlo thing and when she had donned a costume which she had worn at a fancy dress affair one nevertobe forgotten evening when Dlcic had told her of his love and tied about the loosened curls of her dark hair a fillet of gold colored ribbon she looked no more than a child She slipped softly down the stairs and reached the outer door of the ground floor unobserved A company of maskers went scurrying down the street like bright windswept autumn I omongthemthe moment she began to Ring that rollicking little bird song Toe Robin A passer halted and thrust a coin into her hand remarking to his compan ion That child has a wonderful voice The half dollar Insured a warm din herIvoice was now her hope a hope which was leading her to struggle alone In a big city that has no time to succor those who fall and where only the fit test survive An automobile drew to the curb and a young man sprang to the walk Carolyn quickly raised her hand to ad Just her masque bringing into view an antique moonstone ring on which was cut in Intaglio a quaint and singularly beautiful head As the man saw it he exclaimed Carrol it is you What does this meanWhat right have you to ask Her words were brave but her voice trem bledNo right now Carrol save that of an rid friend who has been looking for you everywhere and is so glad to find you that he does not care what anything means he said gently They walked on leaving the wandering maskers behind to the entrance of the park Let us sit here for a few minutes Carrol I have something I must say to you She glanced at her cos tumeNever mind he said Interpreting her look The first time I saw you in that dress wo were very happy and why did you leave me Carrol with only the little message that I was free She raised her eyes limpid with unshed tears and she answered I did not want you to find me Why did you look for me Because I love you Carrol and life is not worth living without you but tell me why did you go away as you did She hesitated a little and then said steadily When the bank failed and I had nothing your aunt came and told me that if you married me it would ruin your career as she would disinherit you She said what you should do was to marry Alice Curry and that she was sure you would but for a notion that you were bound In honor to me Just as I thought But how could you go away Carrol without seeing ae Begin to Sisk me without hearing what I had to sayDick do you think I could spoil your life What sort of love would that be And I knew I might grow selfish and weak it I saw you You darling he said and pressed the slender fingers of the hand or which was the old moonstone ring un til she winced Did you know he continued that Mrs Dempsey la not my auntNot aunt Why Dick what do you mean Just this she was adopted but not legally by my grandparents When my mother died shortly after I was born she and her husband managed by a series of clever frauds to get hold of the property No one knew about it but old Candes Mrs Dempsey paid her to keep mum but when she knew she was going to die money did not count and she sent for me and told ma the whole story When the truth came out about A not Dell I mado up my mind she had something to do with your going and I set out to find you I knew you were somewhere In New York from Mabelyour uncle told her that but said you told him not to give your ad dress to anyone M I made up my Glndto just hunt till I found you But little girl why you were prank ing with the mockers Was it just a larkNo Dick It wasnt I wanted some money I was hungry for a warm dinnerGreat Scott Carrol you dont mean to say you are In want To think ol your being hungry- It Isnt so bad Dick Its only this Mr Ferguson the cashier where I sell the menu cards and other things I downs away yesterday and what Uncle vxiarles sends me did not get here as usual I had a few tents for rolls but it is Thanksgiving day and did want something else Poor little sons bird Come get off those togs quick nnd as soon as the auto can get us to the Holland wed have a bangup Thanksgiving dinner And such a dinner as they had Carolyn declared she had never tasted anything as good and that never before had she been so truly thankful for a Thanksgiving dinner flick started out by saying they would be married In a month which Carolyn thought was too loon but when the dessert was brought v NOW Could YM Go Awiu Cnolle In he had shortened the time to ten daysWhen their dinner was over the went out on Fifth avenue vivid with light and life and crossing over to Twentyninth street walked on past the quaint little church of the TransflRurni tlon where as a college friend of Dicks was one of the assisting clergymen they decided to be married- It was a quiet pretty highnoon wedding and Dicks friend who om clatcl and who performs largo pro portion of the many marriages solemn ized et this farfarapd Little Church Around the Corner had ho not be longed to the order of White Friars would have envied his old college chum his pretty winsome little bride ANTOINETTE VAN IIOESEN n A DIP IXTO TIlE PUTUIIE The Owl Palmist Before the 2Gth of the month Mrs Turkey you will become a widow Your own life line shows a block Your finish Is plainly carved out and youll not survive your husband moro than a month Pride Ilrfure n UISee the gobbler feathers gay Spread In gorgeous clutters DayTheylllhlladelphla Press A Yearly tjxnmple CrawfordYou know It la possible to have too much of a good thing CrabshawI always think of th when my wife warms over the Thanksgiving turkey Judge Just for Boys and Girls OW boys and girls dont you think that a good ninny of you Would think It a great lark to exchange places with tho Plymouth children of more than 170 years ago because on that very first Thanksgiving holiday that over was ob served on American soil there clime to sown 00 In dian braves and their Chief Massasoit They stayed for a week as the guests of the white men and they all hunted and fished and smoked together and had n general jollification because the crops bad turned out so well The first public Thanksgiving came in 1630 and on tho 22el of February the day wo now celebrate as Washing tons birthday In November of the next year there was another Thanks giving and one year there were two but In the next 53 years there was but one Thanksgiving In about every two years It did not always come in November as It does now on n regular day In tho month but skipped around sometimes being observed In January and sometimes In August and some times in other months according to In a fades lion tho times when the colonists thought they had most cause to be thankful for something Sometimes It was for tho full harvest and sometimes it was for rain after a long dry time that they feared would ruin all the crops In these early Thanksgiving days the children were not thought of first and foremost as they are In a good many homes today They were expect ed to keep in tho background and the little girls had to help their mothers to keep house and after that was kept they had to keep right on being prim and proper to such an extent that they didnt always have as much fun as their brothers The boys used to play wicket on the commons and football all over the place so that In 1657 an ordinance was passed forbidding the playing of football in the streets on account of the annoyance to foot pas sengersAt there were no dolls for the girls to play with all the funny little dolls that we sere now In museums dat- Ing back to the times when our remote greatgrandparents were little people having been brought over from Eu rope for the benefit of the mothers not the little girls The mothers didnt wish the dolls to play with but for models for their best dresses for the dolls you ought to know were dressed by dressmakers and milliners In Lan don and Paris and sent over here for fashion plates and for many years all the dolls our greatgreatgrandmothcri had to play wlthVwere made of rags And pretty nice doll babies they made too you will admit- Battledoors and shuttles which the children used to play so much came over In 1761 and marbles got hero ten years later In October so they must have been played In the house or else with frostnipped fingers till spring came again There were no blocks of houses and big cities then but only separate and often widelyscattered homes If a big storm came the farmers had to get out their lumbering ox wagons just as they do In the far western country to day and break the roads Sometimes tho storms were so heavy that the expected visitors couldnt get through the snow drifts and the Thanksgiving dinner had to be eaten by the family all alone But the family was general ly a big one and If the boys and girls didnt have their lookcdfor company to play with they had each other In one family for Instance of which we have a record there were eight little girls who had been named Experience Waltstlll Preserved Hope still Walt Thanks Unite and Supply Wonder how their brother nicknamed themIn those early days there were no steam radiators or furnaces or stoves and all the funmaking on Thanksgiv ing day that was done Indoors had to be done In the big livingroom where the huge fireplace blazed and crackled with Its great logs and piles of underbrush and tho turkey roasted sizzling on a spit before the fire that burned while you looked at It and froze your back at the same time Everything considered Its a good deal easier and jollier to be a little bov or girl on Thanksgiving of this year of grace 1003 than It was in 1630 or for a good many years after that Dont you think so too- Thnnkwrrlring Though halTbacks quarter backs and guards Today may gather thick The turkey really II the one Who makes the biggest klcc Puck THANKS iN- f IORCNCL ROYCE 1cf V Andchartdsecs at barc Thris cav- rt w cis t iftntut Gut of the chimney theTiue n lee c s d the children romp and play- A u tcFt t1 + a cos checks tea ans Da IIown ninth cellar cool an m ii IYhcrc bwe c in lost a wal t Loaded and heaped arc shelf and bins r I11ith the harvested fruits of fall Thr barn a ptdmise of plenty seems To the rows ofs andin uwsfir11arc t c wiritcr s are Iron orttYbeaffn ls fit tthcfra mowso fj matter ifbarc arc the fie and brow And the Grchard tree rc barc hat II matter if wind and weat icr rote An a wfakes whirl in the air r We have garnercl Ti f its c o summers lease- And the children romp a play t d men thank God for plenty and pt Jc I 111 a glad Thanksgiving Day Farm Jaurrul f b rJ MarysThanksgiving Proclamation By REV JOHN T FARIS animas NOTE Tbloiorr buM on ret Silt true M tN1 lb two inirra ra ranrvmnt which tctuaCj prd between t UlUe ail and not The day bore Thanksgiving and Mary Tolliver was sick Poor Mary How she had looked forward to tho annual cstlval For weeks she hail count A the days Grandpa and all the rest had been Invited for that day And now the was sick She had tried to think the was well when her head ached the night before Hut In the morning the little taco wax flushed with fever and there was a family consultation Then the doctor was called In Just a little ague the doctor said Mary knew what ague was she had had It before but never at Thanksgiv ing timeCan get me well for tomorrow the askedIm not the doctor answered with a kindly smile You must be quiet for a few days and maybe you can have your Thanksgiving next week So word was sent to the relatives not to come next day ss there would belo Thanksgiving dinner at the Tolliver JUST TO THINK HE DID THIS FOIL II El house Two after Thanksgiving darthe fever was gone and Mary was quietWhat my little girl thinking on Mother Tolliver asked- I was wondering If We could have a Thanksgiving day next week as Dr Brown said Mary answered Oh aol Mary she was told not till next year You know the governor makes what be calls proclamation and tells as when to have Thanksgiving But Mary was not satisfied She thought all day and made her plans Monday morning she asked If ihe night write a letter Just my very own she said Mother Tolliver gave leave very will- Ingly But It must be short she added It was a short letter which Mary handed to her mother two hours later This Is what she said Dear Governor Please can we have an other Thanksfflvlnr Day and have it next Thursday I was sick and so Grandpa and the others didnt come and I could not eat any Turkey I aint very big but I like Turkey Ypse let us have It Your friend MAHY TOLLIVER Wont you send It mamma she Tolliver thought It would not hurt to send It so the letter went that nightAt the capitol the governor was very busy It was near the end of his term tad he had a great sisal to do Bat be f read Mary Tolliver letter twice and I then called a messenger llllllc he said KO down town and f buy the biggest turkey you ran get and express It with a lot of cranberries and celery and all torts of Thanksgiving goodies to this address Then he called his clerk and sent shelter afWednesday morning Mother Tolll ver handed her the big envelope This In what she spelled out j having been Informed that Mary Tol I I IIIIMr and Mrs TollKer ramify and such young friends us Mary may chooie to Invite assemble In the dln incroom and there with hearts full of thankfulness for country for home and for tbe blared Influence of children par lake of such bouiMlr as ors usually served In Christian America on the day ap pointed for National ThankJClvlnc and that especial attention be given that Mary shall be bountifully supplied with such portions of the national lIra and wlthuch other delicaclre as are most congenial to her Just see his name at the bottom mamma thegovernors name shouted Mary And tho letter Is all ribbons and red wax on the back Just to think he did this for me Yes ho did It for you Mary and you shall have your own Thanksgiving Day But what will you be thankful for a week alter the time Oh Ill be thankful Im so well again t- Will that do And cant I lust as well be thankful this week as last t And Mother Tolllver thought shecould I S S Times THE FAMILY REUNION No Other flay Im All the Trnr Serves the Purpnie of Thanks ulvlnw liAr t Thanksgiving day serves a purpose supplied by no other day In the year says a writer In Christian Work It brings the members of the old homo together onco more It brings up the old times and recalls to mind tho dear ones some giving thanKS In faraway homes of their own some ot them iilaal not to unite with us at the Thanksgiving board ILl in former years But none the less hearty and all the more tender will be the thanksgiv ing offered with gratitude for what wasso sweet so loving no IIhoIher pure life and there are blessed ones of earlier years At this time then of family gather ings and family rejoicing let devoutIthankfulness lodge in the find expression from the lips as we recall the bjessljiga of the family rela tion tho love tho joy the hope the blessed memories It nurtures for these It Is which make n paradise on earth and open up a vision of that endless Thanksgiving In the Paradise of Ood lunictiiotis Mrs Turkey Whcro have you been paMr TurkeyIve been seeing that old hen around the corner who tells for tunes Shes a fraud You ought to have heard the character she gave me Said I was flighty and likely to lose my head told mo I was going to be mixed up In some kind of an affair with a dark lady and warned me to look out for n baldheaded man with an ax Did you ever bear of anything to absurdOhl cliO Reco erwI il u uu THE CITIZEN j hi 11 IIANKSGIVINO la coming round ngnln said Kolwrt Kempton to bin wife Please i dmiH iruko nny difference this sear Mnbcl Wo have nothing to be tlmnUf ul for Hub nnd Kiln have npollrd our lives We Hbould bo thankful that It In no worse replied the wife with n pa tlrnco tbnt never deserted tier Hilt this Is not the beginning of the story Years before Mabel Lntbrop much in tier father and mother chagrin married llohcrt Kempton n wild tuck lens fellow nnd lie would have been n Vrdowell bad not Mabel saved him nnd made him n successful man Hob t irt know nnd ndmltted that she bud turned him from n worthies life Mubol bo said to her I owe nil I I am to you Cod forbid that 1 should over treat you with tho slightest harsh ness On the contrary I pray that lii t sully send IJIII some unusual opportu nity to serve you to Duffer for you at iKThnps to die fur you You situ doing nil that In needed In making me hnppy Mid tho wife Then came hobble Kempton n bright eyed Bunny disposed little chap who vns his mother1 darling nnd Ids fa j tliers pride Mabel fed him bathed him clothed him gave him lilt airing during the day and before he went to deep In tho evening hU father romped with him fittllnfities his fattier had shown In lug youth and thus brought sorrow to his par flits Mabel was patient with tutu nnd en was his father for n time but Bob grow more unruly more reckless WR AUK WELL hiD or U1U and hits father patience dually gave out When Hob was eighteen he got Into n tight with n man and came very nenr killing him Hob wnt attested nUll held to wait tho titans recovery When ho was released from custody hi father received him In anger Hob t who felt his disgrace keenly and withal Vita high spirited declared that ho- would not remain at home to be taunt ed with his faults to brine discredit on his family but would go where they would not bo troubled with him Kiss lug his mother ho strode down the walk lending to tho gate With his hand on tho latch ho turned Irreso lute Call him back father pleaded tho mother Ho will only bring new disgrace upon us- Thin trouble Is a lesson to him 110 will do better No said tho father Let him go We ore well rid of him That was tho last seen of Dob Kemp IlRrenlliIer mentioned hits name to her husband rlnully ono othcr friend died lear lug a lIttle girl unprovided for Mrs Keuiptou took tho child and adopted her Kiln Hrucc for n time was all that a daughter should be but when she was nineteen she received the attentions bro mon unacceptable to Mr anti Mrs Kempton nnd when they chided her site showed tho only disposition t9 re bellion that she lund ever displayed Nevertheless she gave tip the lover nnd for year It was supposed that sho hail forgotten him when suddenly she disappeared Well wire said Kempton weve hind hued luck with our children We must bo content with each other The wife said nothing but as soon as liar husband left tho houso went to her room to weep to weep for her son for since Klla8 departure her craving for 1him had come back to her with double She read his boyish letters fOor and over again I A year passed and nothing was heard of Ella The man for wjioui she was supposed to have left her homo appeared In the village but declared that ho knew nothing of her where abouts Ills story was not believed and confirmed a suspicion that she lund run away to Join him Mrs Kempton grow more and more low spirited till finally her health be gnn to droop Ilcr husband knew tho cause though sho did not tell him and often wished that ho could recall his Ujo i 41 T son though ho feared that he had con tinned In a downward course and the sight of him would kill bin mother This was the condition of Kobcrt ami Mabel Kempton just before Thanks giving There was no need for Itobert to request lila wife not to make time usual preparations for site was un able to do so She had been losing strength rapidly aunt llnally took to her bed However the tiny before tle anniversary sIte got up nnd gave solute directions to time stirvunU In order that It should not bo entirely lost sight of The next morning sIte lay on n lounge In tho living room before n cheerful lire Her husband sat down beside hen smoothed her hair and took her shrunk en hand In his Wife he wild you remember that when w were married I asked for some opportunity to servo you I behove It come I nm go hag to try to flint Hob Tho opportu nity tins paused Robert replied the wife It came to you tho day Hob went away I saw contrition In his face If you hind called him back be would have begun anew Flue husband nnd father bowed his bead Never mind Itobcrt Tho past cant tie undone let us bo thank fill that wo nro surrounded with every comfort And some tiny Hobble may come back to us Whllo they were talking two persons had stolen Into the back yard and under cover of suti UCAU ins noyusum tho ollthou entered theLErTilns house Suddenly tho sitting room door opened and n young man nnd a girl entered till room TtttherP MothcrlIlobr Ella In nu instant the old people were In tho arms of tho recreant son and adopt ed daughter Then canto explanations Bile know lug of the secret that wns eating nt Mrs KcmptonK heart anti breaking down tier health resolved that she would repay tho klndncx she had re ceived by going In search of Hob Kemp tout After cotulderlng the Ixst course for her to adopt on leaving she con mhi not to make known lice quest to Mrs Kempton fearing that the sus penile would bo detrimental It would bo better se thought to say nothing but bring tho son home If possible If she failed there would bo no disap pointment She traced him to n ills alit city and found him absorbed In business Ito lund long Intended to communicate with his parents hint n remembrance of huts fathers last look antI words Had always cnused him to defer action lie hind made money eailty but bad not kept It his naturally reckless disposition Interfering with economy Klla said the father after all had been explained you have done for mother that signal service which I al ways wished to do for her myself When tho opportunity occurred I did not recognize It When It canto to you you recognized at once Do now for Hob what mother done for me save him from his reckless disposition TWO PERSONS hAt STOLEN IN and make n progressive man of him Marry him Ella blushed suit young Itobert sold Site cant do that father for she did It early this morning An hour Inter as the reunited group sat at table tho father gave this toast Blessed be those who recognize their opportunities n E IIEALE The Pint ThniikiRlvlnff flap Tho tlrst national Thanksgiving day was proclaimed by President Washing ton on thoM day of October 1780 setting Thursday the 2Cth tIny of November as the date In honor of time adoption of the constitution of the United States Time second national Thanksgiving day was also proclaimed by Washington but vliS In February of 1700 Subsequent presidents called upon the people of time country to ob servo such n day of thanksgiving but It was not until time presidency of Abra ham Lincoln that tho observance be came n fixed event and the last Thursday of November was recognized as an annual public holiday l L r ICopyrlcht by C N Lurle bird wns turkey not nn TUB antI Ill not say that It Its tote Thanksgiving day but It passed the way of nil Thanksgiving birds about Nov 0 18C1 This uncertain chronology Is due to the fact that half n dozen of us war prison refugees who hnd escaped front tho Georgia stockades were making our homeward Journey by the sole guidance of the north star When we struck the eastern slope of the Cum berland mountains In southwestern Virginia late niitumn was upon us Tho plentiful wild grapes hail been touched by frost pCrIIl1l1l11ons were dropping dead ripe and corn hnd been shueked anti stored beyond our reach Wo didnt know thcday of tho week much less that of the month for we passed days nnd nights sometimes hid ing from pursuers In dark caves nnd slept from sheer exhaustion without reference to the rising or tho setting of time sun One day we came upon n cabin hidden In the mountain wilds occupied by n negro who Ilka ourselves was n refugee At the beginning of the war he hail run awny from his master In east Tennesoeo and started blindly to meet up with Massn IInkums so gets Having lost his way amid got frightened by till roaming bushwhack ers who Infested the mountains he built It cabin and waited for that Ju I iIi tdayl ly are oe might auto be me havent auto Ill An all havent bllcc freedom his tolt come trout to our story tho struck tho off from he could react Yankee1 there no slavery tho poor wretch tbo wonderful he sat for time ho the face us pcaco growing brighter his Yo nil Is null he yo nwny to Sam Nothing could stronger than the ne Yos an yoa gry hungry too hungry tur Ihs time 1111 do o yo moment thought the oman cipation the brain poultry culture the saw the doubt our 1lzo turkey all ho free year fur taso o dls lowed do nlggabs gwluo tree said Black Sum neb eat twell freedom done elite First turkey I he Kit fat an nn freedom nlnt route so ho glt ole nn tough nn I ter de buzzrds Second tur key he sit fat too but no freedom ylt He glt an de buzzrds git Den I one mo nn I say dill bird o shuah Now Ink yer With that ho led the way up the fide till lie came to n tangle wild griiij fell overtime rocks and like n wall These ho deftly and conducted us to a spacious shut out from the prying Tied to a stake with rope was fat turkey See do bird freedom says a broad grin dls Inn ober dc moiinn Hldo ycr nil nn nighttime take out In do beech woods so beget fat fo do day Jubilee Now I got dc Tlmnksglbcn tnsc In dc nn Jubilee done ot his Palaver It wns set he would roast time bird In n rude oven In the hillside then servo It In the rabIn Meanwhile we wornout sleep ourselves Into fitting nppctlto for tho Jubilee feast was to be turkey nnd corn Illock Sam led us back to the cabin aside some of the made flooring for the loft overhead Climbing up with the t llNKRL tir3ROTUFA BL1IArJGREENE 51 Im kfdh for the sunshine an Im thankful for the cloud Inn than th I for the best o health an fcelin rather prod l I T think Ispite o accidents that carry folks L I cap say Im thankful Im aIivin here 1c7Pf 14vos1ij dodged the trolleys which always grounds for fcart ji I quite scapcd a sunstroke in the dog days o the year tAn sq m filled with thankfulness an aint disposed t fret yetA Perhaps since last Thanksgivin if Id been a millionaire I have been aguidin o an here an there An had a fearful smashup some breakin race I might tday lyin in quiet restin place An so I say Im thankful that Im livin here tday or- An had the luck t keep myself well out o dangers way IV 6 Though things have been agin in a way Ive regret Fm thankful that an auto hasnt mangled ms as yet I raced so Lye heard no wail own I broke no record but I havent in jail so Im duly thankful damage t pay wccpin wife or orphans on this blest Thanksgivin day Im thankful for the sunshine an Im thankful for the cloud Im thankful I am livin an a mixin in the crowd But more than Im thankful that I been beset With the worry that is born of auto ownership as yet cI nu r1I fl of simple faith him must With eyes almost bursting their sockets ho listened of cmnnclpntlou how Lincoln hind fetters every slave nnd If once territory would bo more dragging him back to When comprehended story silent n long Then looked Into of each of a gleam of and brighter on ebony skin shuab Yanks said else nlnt tnlUln dnt Black we say wns gros logic Yanks hun Ize for key knso about Thanktgllioii Izo gwlne bird freedom an gib allz dinner For n we startling news of hind turned poor slaves There was po sign of about premises Hlack Sam written on faces o got dat rIght shouted Bin wnltln him Twuz away I get nil aont o Massa Llnkum au i r er goln turkey cotch nice gib him tough him cotch de freedom mountain of vines which trees tinge parted glen world n long o he with African Cotchcd chick nbout Chrlsmus him day him o motif come After moro tied that built tramps would n which vomit nail shoved poles which n n still in record some no an victim been theres no bills T I help of n rude bench we found a ear peting of mountain grass for our bed and a space Just large enough to lie down spoon fashion as wed done in prison anti aired by n hole cut In tIme gables Black SOUl descended nnd we moved the loose poles back Into position Aln no bushwhdckln seccah KWlne luk fur yo up dare said he with n chuckle and went his way tb prepare tho turkey After a long sleep wo awoke and crept down from the loft wondering that wo had not been bidden to the fpast Black Slim was sitting like a mourner with his lank yellow dog torn companion in misery Uy Ute light orn waning tire in time chimney we saw the well picked bones of n turkey and some scraps of pout on the board WlmUiiul happened Surely Jilt woe begqne negro nnd ills woebegone dug had not regaled themselves on tim bird of freedom We looked from ono to the other of our crowd nnd then to our host who tremblingly began bM story of tile disastrous Jubilee fete Said ho Doss I git dnt turkey an dat pone ready ant nick to call yo till to Thanks glbon when long come passcl 0 Cnpn Noahs fleccsh critter company snell kill around an say dey looklnfur Yam 7 1 tees T jiem I nlnt seed iioifhii- tky nat why dla roastln Int turk doss fur ds nlggoh Imic Unso I Ji henr nbont freedom toll cm I gt no Ua in my no missus no chile oiuv my ynllor dog Slim Done roast dutI turkey all for dls nlggnhs Jubilee Den dey eat dut turkey nn pone an nebbcr glut me none un nbbe stiy Tnnk yoVHInck Barn All de Will dey eatln dey kept lookln up to dew poles overhead niusln like dey want sec bchln dare Dey keep mighty still dough One sccesh he stan outside nil de odder take some ttifkey fo him Hymcby dat man he say Sh an dey nil grab delr swords nn phs tols an sneak out nebbcr sayln nut tin Den I know why dey doan go peckln boh in them poles where jo all lildln nn doan take Black Sam along back to be ole raassn We forgot our hunger nnd the van Ished luxuries over this recital for we u had heard of Noahs company of bushwhack ers who was queraded as Con federates but never smelted powder In the field They ter rorized the Ig nornnt moult tnlncers seizing their pigs and corn In payment for their pro teased guardIan- ship of the ter ritory Part of their business was to head off runaway pris oners and tug lye slaves and return them to captivity This won for them the toleration of the local Confcd c rat e authorI- ties We knew the risk of cross- Ing their beaten trail and breath lessly nwaltcd the sequel of Black SamsSAM storyA looks ot dem turkey bones an dat empty pone dish continued he nn I moan kayo all git none Den I skeered call yo knee yo kill dls nlggah fo shuah I stan lookln at de bones glttln hUn- grier ovy minute Nex ting some body sncakln up an holler In de do Whnr dew robs What robs yo mean I sny Cnpu Noahs company he says e seed em com In din nwny las night DIs oue a Yankee nil In blue nil I up An tole lm I rose that turkey all by mysef nn Capn Noahs come eat im nil nn then run menI Ihs Yank he Ian all acrost he fare but lit make no noise laffln Speck he tlnk bery funny how de robs oat ds chiles turkey an pone Den ho go out de do nn long come about 00 Yanks Den I git moll nt dem Ynnks an I say Sposo yo tlnk dls nlggah cryln kase he got no turkey nn pone he nn Slim I nlnt cryln Ize Intuit on de inside knse Ize n free nlggah Den dey all laft ngIn an go way down de lane sneakln after dew Nonhs men Now what yo all laflin atr Yankee soldiers Sam Are you sure gasped half a dozen In n breath not1beingyet limit every mothers son of us grIn- ned like the mann in the moon Yankees of the right stripe were what we were looking to meet up with more than a feast of turkey and pone Shuah mars shunh Llnkum sogers front up de Kanawba way I hccrcd r f r WE 6C1UITD TOOETIIKU A LITTLE YANKEE MOXCT Capn Noahs men say they nil sheered o Ynnkeo sogew ptntlu dls a wny At last wo were among friends good enough fortune to draw thanks from yearning stomachs We scraped to gether n little Yankee money to reward Block Sum for the loss of his Jubilee dinner and for saving our necks with that louo nigger bluff which so effectively dulled tho curiosity of Noahs Infamous gang Tho negro grinned at the sight of the greenbacks coming wltb his newly discovered freedom We kept on grin ning in our Joy at being once more In Gods country surrounded by boys in blue No doubt the bushwhackers were grinning too over the after taste of that unexpected dinner They got away from their pursuers but wo didnt begrudge them this good fortune And as we got next to Uncle Sams fat rations in the saddle pouches of Crooks Kauawhn cavalry division n few hours later we didnt begrudge them their monopoly of Black Sams jubilee tuttoy nod pone V a r VFHANK TOWNLEY I whod sot a bar trap In DEmon house on Thanks cUe am no Christian an will be Dcros no place In hcbbcn fur do nina dat steals Jess do same I spects de coon dat nlnt got n cent nn yet brings homo n turkey fur Tbanksglbcn will go to do good place Dc American people doan git half null sleep an I spects tlots Jess why most ob em am allus complalnln ob feclln run down Do white man ougbter glt to bed early spcshually on Tbanksglbcn coo If any ob my fumly gUsto nllln I doan nebber git no doctor kase they do n heap ob ham When my Undo Julius was tooken sick ono Thanks glbcn nn do doctor sold he couldnt dun had nono ob dat fotecn pound tur key dat wns hnngln in do kitchen what was do result Why when Ju lius smelled that bird nil brown nn Juicy nn heard dc fnmly smnckln tier lips he Jess gib ono groan nn died Yo may sarch through do almanac an dc dictionary an nil de histories ob this kentry but yo wont find no men shun made ob n culld man beln Meet cd president ob de United States Iireckon it am Just as well If a culld man held dat pllice hed kill hlssclf on Tlmnksglbcn tryln to eat nil de tur keys dat nin sent to do White 1I0usoIon dnt occashun I nllus stick up fur de Bible nn be Heb cbcry word In dnt good book but Ize kinder n lectlc bit splclous bout Mistah Noah nu his ark Dat man might hey let njl dc birds nn nnlmulcs In his ark but did they nil cit out IP ONE OF MY cniLTEN SHOULD 1NQUAR WIIE1IE I GOT DAT BIHD again Doan yo sposo dat de turkeys wns dun mlssln bout Thanksglbeu timeWhen Thnnksglben comes an I take do bcadob de table an de ole woman an chlUcn gather round an smack tier lips an roll der eyes when de hour comes dat I stand up with knife In hand to begin curbln when do ratnlt arrovcs that I reach out wid ono hand to cotch that turkey by de lalg nn bold him solid while I slice awny if one ob my chlltcn should look up an Inquar where I got dnt birth thin Im tcllju yo that slch a calamitous sarcuin stance would perspire that tint child would remember dc event nil de rest ob his bon days A B LEWIS The President Turkey For the past thirty years the turkey which has graced the White House ta fJrromVose In 1873 Mr Voso sent a thirty six pound bird to President Grant It was received with such favor that he has continued to supply tho yearly presidential turkey and his sons after him will keep on sending turkeys to Washington as long as tho race holds out Ithodo Island turkeys are not as J numerous as they once were but their quality has not deteriorated Bronze and Narrngnnsett grays are the stand ant breeds No change has been made In the methods of breeding turkeys ns the years have gone by but In view of tho bad luck farmers have lund recent ly in raising large flocks Mr Yose whoso turkey market is n clearing house for nil the country round is try lag to discover some means to prevent the national bird from becoming ex tinct ThankiarlTlnc Day Abroad Wherever two or three Americans are gathered together on Thanksgiving day there Is sure to bo nn elaborate observance of tho epicurean holiday In every foreign capital a Thanksgiv ing banquet nt the American legation Is ono of tho fixtures in the ambassa dors or ministers ceremonial calendar and to huts official reception are welcomed nil of his countrymen residing abroad or temporarily away from their own firesides The American churches hold religious services where there nro American churches awl In their nbi scncc tho natives usually otTer their places of worship to the for the day Even In Peking ThnnkllglloJIday is a notable event its obscrvnnco shared In by Christianized Chinamen and tbo members of other ewblsslesIthan our own 4 = t I THE CITIZEN U Iiookers Fight I November 24 I 1863 Above Clouds 1 ICopjTlRht 1903 by G L Kilmer URING the lifetime of General D Hooker the famous battle above tile clouds so long asso delnted with the name of Fight pronounced a myth by I General Grant iu nn Interview made public through the New York Herald Hooker supported by many of hIs old nruiy friends contradicted the state ment with some spirit Whether the wordy war opened the eyes of Grant to the truth Is uncertain but afterward when writing his memoirs Grant do Kcrlbed something very like n buttle as having been fought on Lookout moun thin Nov 24 1803 4Below is a summary of the state ments of two Confederate oUlccrs showing that battle or no battle there was a masterly military achievement on the part of Hookers army when Lookout mountain fell Into Federal hands The Confederate force on the mountain when Hooker troops scaled that lofty height consisted of Steven Ions division Colonel R Hundley of the Thirtyfirst Alabama was divi sion officer of the day for the twenty four hours which Included Hookers at tack Stevensons line was spread upon the crest and along the slopes an- dy It was the duty of Colonel Hundley to make the rounds and know by personal observation all that took place on the whole front The key to the position which offered the assailants a first foothold on the mountain side was guarded by Walt balls brigade This key point was a wide plateau about halfway up the mountain overlooking tbe approaches frow the Federal side As a support for Wnlthsll the brigade of Pettus stood on the summit above and as u reserve Nesbitts brigade of Georgians lay at the base of the mountain on the Confederate side It should be stated that at tbe time of the affair on Lookout mountain the whole Con federate army of Bragg with the ex ception of Stevensons division and the army of Grant with the exception of Hookers corps faced each other at Mission ridge a minor elevation eonS tiguous to Lookout Bragg holding the ridge and Grant reaching for It from the valley below Stevenson momen tarlly expected that Bragg would call his division to the defense of Mission COXFEDEHATB GUNS FIRING PBOM POINT LOOKOUT ridge anti Instructed Colonel Hundley bow to defend Lookout with a skirmish line in case Hooker sprung an attack The morning of Nov 24 opened fog gy the atmosphere being thick with heavy vapor Under cover of the mist Hookers advance led by General J W I Genry scaled the slope and attacked Walthalls brigade capturing half of it and sending the remainder to the rear before supports from Pettus line 4 on the summit could reach the plateau The affair was a surprise to Steven son and when he learned that Walt hall was making a stand farther up the mountain he hurried Pettus bri gade forward to join Walthall A po sition was taken up overlooking Chat tanooga valley where Grants army lay and there the fighting raged all day Here says Colonel Hundley Is where the battle above the clouds was really fought The prevlou en gagement could hardly be called a bat tie ut all But here the two armies confronted each other and although 4r not over 100 yards apart each was totally invisible to the other Their respective positions could only be de termined by the lines of fire as volley succeeded volley The scene presented was weird and indescribable I did not long remain on the field for my duty was on the mountain top Returning there I hastened to the Confederate battery stationed on Point l Lookout the guns of which were work ing vigorously If the scenes just wit l messed below had Impressed me as weird I now bad before me a scene grand beyond comparison and awful in Ita grandemr It Is permitted a wan but once In his lifetime to behold so ubllme a pectacle the guns were i A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARYWAR the close to the brow of the mountain Not a word was being spoken by otliccre or men but the latter loaded their pieces and fired with deliberation and regu larity They saw nothing before them but u seemingly fathomless abyss of lurid darkness but Into this darkness they poured their live thunders with a right good will In the distance from Federal batteries on Moccasin point came the answering boom and occa atonally a shell went screaming over our heads while tuliile balls were spliinlug past us continually Below us the battle continued to rage with uu abated fury neither side advancing nor retreating Just after dark the Point Lookout battery ceased to belch forth Its thunders and the combat below also gradually died away Bragg had ordered the mountain evacuated Hundley adds that Lookout mountain properly defended could have resisted the assault of 100000 men There were men enough on the mountain at the time if properly die tributed to have held It against double the number under Hookers command General Nesbltt who commanded the Confederate reserve brigade of Geor gians at the base of the mountain took no part in the fighthig but received from Waltballs retreating men their fresh stories of what happened when Gearys Federals struck the crest Be ginning with the action on the plateau between Geary and Walthall the gen eral Bays Walthall with his depleted brigade of 1000 men finding that he was attacked by n large column on his left and rear after fighting half an hour gave the onler to retreat The order should have been given sooner for about half his men were captured there The small number of killed anti wounded was due to the clouds which obscured the troops and to the probe tion afforded by earthworks The led erals were likewise protected by rocks and trees Many of WalthaHx Mis slsslpplaus came down to my head quarters anti Informed me of the status of affairs stating that General Gearys division had got between them anti the cliffs and turned their flank One bri gade of henrys division pushed on and had a heavy skirmish under the vail sades and was driven back The desultory firing which followed was con tinued during the night by a few Con federate pickets from behind trees on the mountain side which served to draw u heavy fire from the Federal lines thus producing the Impression that a battle was going on Thus It dp pears there was no battle but a heavy skirmishThe ederal Slag was unfurled on Point Lookout the site of the Confed crate battery described by Colonel Hundley and the extreme point of the jutting ridge by a soldier of the Eighth Kentucky who picked his way among the rocks in the night When Old Glory was discovered next morning dane ing in the air the cheers of Hookers men nil along the mountain side greeted it and were taken up and reechoed throughout all the camps In the Ten nessee valley around Chattanooga and In Lookout valley where the troops were mustering for attack upon Missionary ridge The account of Hookers achieve ment which Grant finally placed upon the pages of history leaves no doubt as to the importance he placed upon it In his personal memoirs describing the movements at the crossing of Lookout creek and ascent of the mountain he wrote The side of Lookout mountain confronting Hooker was rugged heavily tlmbcred and full of chasms making It difficult to advance with troops even In the absence of an opposing force While the operations at the bridge were progressing Geary was pushing up the bill over great obstacles resisted by the enemy directly in his front and in the face of the guns on top of the mountain- S S By noon henry lied gained the open ground on the north slope of the mountain with his right close up to the base of the upper palisade but there were strong fortifications on his front The day was hazy so that Hookers operations were not visi ble to us In the valley at Chattanooga except at moments when the clouds would rise But the sound of his artil lery and musketry was heard inces santly The enemy on his front was partly fortified but was soon driven out of his works During the afternoon the clouds which had so obscured the top of Lookout mountain all day as to hide whatever was going on from view of those below settled down and wade It so dark where Hooker was an to stop operations for the time At 4 oclock Hooker reported his position Impregnable By a little after 5 oclock direct communication was established and a brigade of troops was sent across from Chattanooga to reenforco him Commenting on the result Grant said Why any troops Confederate except artillery with a small guard of infantry were kept on the mountain to1 I do not see A hundred men could have held the summit which is n palisade for more than thirty feet down against the assault of any nina ber of men from the position Hooker occupied Grants dispatches that night to Washington gave the particulars of Hookers fighting and next day LIII coin congratulated the army oh Its suc cess Unmistakably Hooker won a great victory victory all the more glorious that it was not bought at the exp of great human slaughter GEORGE L KILMBB I r Shermans Fight November 2425 863 1 Copyright by G L H HUM AN opened the combat at Mission ridge Nov 21 1SG3 while Fighting Joe Hooker was battling above the clouds on Lookout mountain Had the battle on tIne Federal side fallen out as plan ned by Grant his favorite lieutenant would have come In for the chief lion ors of the held The task laid out for Sherman was to turn the right flank of Bruggs Confed crate army on Mission ridge and strike the roads behind the ridge no us to cut oil the enemys supplies If successful it would be n finishing blow to the Con federates at Chattanooga For weeks Bragg hud been fortifying the ridge To him it seemed impregnable anil his enemy much preferred the prospect of marching around It with some tight bug to going against It direct Bragg main tine was two miles In length Hooker on Lookout mountain was pounding at the Confederate left thank and sturdy old Thomas with the Army of the Cumberland faced thu guns anti breastworks in the center As Grant planned the attack Sherman and Hooker would march entirely around Bragg aunt join forces in his war while Thomas merely kept up a show of strength In the center When Sherman started In to take up his end of tine attack tile Tennessee river rolled between his troops anti tho enemy The whole region was under the guns on the ridge and the landing places on the southern batik defended by strong Confederate guards These BATTLE TUNNEL landings must be captured and their guards supplanted by boys In blue or the crossing of solid masses of troops with their guns be attended with horrible slaughter Soon after midnight the morning of the 24th a hundred pontoon boats slipped out of their hid tag nnd dropped down the Tennessee opposite Shermans bivouac Silently and swiftly without n loud word or u rustle of accouterments thirty armed men filed Into each boat and the Uo tllla rowed to the southern shore The men In the lending boats quickly made a landing and marched down Inside tho Confederate picket lines capturing the soldiers on the outlook and scaring the others into flight With the river front cleared of pry lag eyes and still more dangerous rifles the boats lined up along shore and 3000 men spade In one hand and mils ket In tho other advanced a few rods through the thicket and began to in trench the landing Throughout tIme the boats plied back and forth aided by a steamer and In the morn- Ing the Confederates were astounded to see a line of breastworks a mile long filled with Yankees on tho south bank of the river below Chattanooga At the dawn of day the troops on shore began chasing the outposts away from the low foothills of the ridge and while this kept the attention of the enemy a bridge was laid and Sher mans whole army crossed over A drizzling rain was falling and tha clouds were so low that the scene of Shermans operations in the valley was Invisible to the enemy on the ridge Shermans men could not see the crests of the and were astonished to find oh climbing the first elevation in front that was only a foothill of the mountain A division climbed to the crest dragging guns up by hand A fanner came out to protest against the invasion of his lurid anti the men were templed into a cheer for the old mans eloquent harangue This brought down the fire of a Confederate battery hid den by the mist A shell scared the farmer away and the cannonading scattered the clonds revealing to the hoys In blue that they would have a long road to travel to reach Mission o A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARYWAR I At Mission Ridge Khm- erS posIjtion ItJ separated the hub ho had captured from the end of Mission ridge A wail led down from the enemy linos Into tho valley truth n railroad tunnel emitting through the ridge provlditl per fect eoventl way for the marching of troops out of reach of hostile tlrv Dur ing till night Sherman had mussed troops for nn early assault on every thing In trout mid at sunrlsu out di- visIon inn relict to the sound of the bugle while a crash of musketry along tho whole ridge greeted the chargIng line Instantly Bragg saw what Slier man was aiming for If he carried Tunnel lull ho could pass up the valley on the line of the railroad to the eta tion where the Confederate supplies were stored Salvation for the Confed crates on Mission ridge lay In piling everything at hand upon Sherman All night long the Federals had heard the sound of hauling guns Into position on the ridge and wherever moving troop could be seen In the morning light they were marching to head off Sherman TIre assailants were checked in their ascent at a ridge Just below the Con federate breastworks As the brow of tilt ridge hid thorn from the range of musket fired from above the wen in the breastworks threw heavy stones down among them In front ofManey Tennessee brigade Shermans men crawled up to within llftOcn paces With the Tennesaeoans wore three Na poleon guns captured by them at Ier ryvlllo the year before These pieces were silenced by tho terrible tire poured In by Shermans men The spokes of TIlE 0 HILL would night ridge it ridge the cannon wheels musket stocks swabataffs fiagstaffs anything large enough to catch a bullet was splintered In expectation of n final dash by Shermans line the Nnpoloons had IKOII double shotttil with canister The Fed eral brigade of K Smith lay In front close to tho TenuctiHecana breastworks Suddenly the Confederate soldiers took It into their heads to end the deadlock there on Tunnel hill and three corn panics of the First Tennessee acting on their own hook leaped over thu parapet on tIre hank of Smiths brigade and started to roll up the Federal line The artillerists swung time Nniroleons around to sweep the crest lengthwise and let fly the showers of grape Then Moneys brigade followed by another rushed over the works and In two see onds Shermans column was a formless mob some surging up hill unit drag god as prisoners of war to the Tonnes seeans others sliding and tumbling downhill to get nway The master stroke of the Tennessee aims set the whole ridge ablaze with battle The Confederates took hope and commenced an awful cannonade upon Shermans men Federal batter jes which had got into position for long range firing sent their shells scream ing over the heads of the charging troops Commands mind warnings were drowned In the uproar of battle Sud denly the cry was raised In Shermans line Look to the tunnel Squads of excited boys In blue broke from the company lines pad compa riles turned from the ceglmuntal lines to nin to the mouth of the tunnel but It was too late While time Federals had been fighting tooth anti nail forth ridge UIC Confederates had poured a Btream of men through the tunnel and they emerged from the Federal end the mass swung Into line on tIn flunk of Smiths brigade and the yogi ments sent to support him Sherman hind been caught at his own game of flanking Grant who was watching the turn of events on Shermans field saw that Bragg was putting In every timing against him for the salvation of Tunnel hill He sent one division from Thomas over to Sherman and also ordered the hero of Chlckamanga to make a strong feint of attack on Braggs center in order to weaken the resist ance to Sherman QEOBGE L KILMEU 1 r Storming of November 25 1863 Mission Ridge 1 1ll ICopyrlcht by O 1 Kilmer IIB storming of Mission ridge T Nov 2 1813 wasi n mint Urn Ill war event numb oitu ti dcoply Imprest thu limiKltm tlon Clmttiinoopt pccullnr locution n vnlloy with eneltvllnif holghtx was n Boeiio adapted to lllrtlll1Ilr display CoiifitlcniluH Oil time heights turn 1Vd eralt In the valley and on opposing lulls could witness every movement of friend mid foe Tire fortified rIdge suggested terrors If It did nut hold them so time olemoilt vf danger wan not lacking Neither warm tire daring to face the ilancora lucking III tin boys in blue who had the uphill end of It Phil Sheridan was tire stage hero of Mission ridge looking at It on Its the atrical side Of course It was no opera bouffu occasion There wore tho eon federate heights crowned with real whir tiwake battailous and real loudrd guns to bo tatfen by tho fellows dawn In the valley Grant hind given orders to Thomas and Iris generals to lead their men through shot nnd shell to tire baco of tire mountain and await fur ther commands Whon tho poldtor reached the base they hulled for breath but panted for th ylory or tin RatUfactlon of going to very crest They went to the crest much to tire surprise arid tho annoyance as woll of the general III chief without full au thority Now In a battle crisis soldier cant be sticklers for red tiipo routine Thoy look to their Immediate superiors for points arid under some Impulse never yet explained the men of r J Wood division lent off In eoruertjtjJwgnhr to climb the hillside Soldier often conic to the state of not knowing when to stop even though going ahead means death Hut Woods soldier do not ad mit of Impulse alone as tile Inspiration for their unauthorized chargo to the summit of MlKtOou rhlgw They received tacit orders and the credit Is given to Wood of having wild Home thing to sot the fun agolnc Sheridans division joined that of Wood on the right flank Ills mien came to n dead halt at the haw of till ridge as ordered to do by Grant and ThoniuR and one brigade even U gan to retreat from the base under tho galllni fire poured on them from above Lit tie Phil was acting as officer of the day of thin army and appeared on tho field dressed III full uniform Every sob dlcr knows the contrast between n gen erals dntll uniform nnd tine plain curb worn In camp and on the field ordinari ly Sheridan rude down tho line to bring iris weakening hrlemlc Into shape nnd no ho dill w dropped n few words for tire ears of the soldiers pnswd on the way Tire men understood tine spirit of their loader Two out of three of Sheridan brl potion acted upon tile inline of their com mander arid followed the example set by Woods soldiers They went up till hill leaving Sheridan In tho rear look lag after the laggards As soon lilt thU rush of Federals began tine Confeder ntlll upon the crest set to work In ear nest nUll fired or hurled or rolled ev erything heavy and hurtful which they could lay their hand on down tho slope Sheridan found tire foot of the slope a hot place to tarry no ho rode for the crest making for tho headquar tern of tire Confederate commander lIe posed as a conspicuous target arid whom ho leaped his charger Ulenzt over the parapet one of iris colonel who had men up there name time with Iris troops hastened to the general and begged him to dismount Sheridan dill 10 nnd saved Iris life for the bullet Hew too thick to miss a nina on horseback Before tire charge Ixgan Sheridan had waved n pocket fiak in full view of some Confederate officers near Braggs headquarters saying merrily Heros to your The response to this toast had been n couple of sheila aimed at Utile Phil from two guns known an the Lady Breckinridge and time Lady Buckncr There was a sharp battle over these guns between n brigade of Ohioans nnd timely defenders The One Hundred anti Twentyfifth and the SIx tyflftli Ohio together cleared tho bat tery Each of these regiment claimed to have placed the first flair on the works However that was they had dono the more important part of the business co thoroughly that when Slier idan rode to tim spot tile few Confederates remaining uudlsaruied turned tho butts of their muskets toward him in token of complete surrender Thomas troops rushed up time sides of Mission rldifo and over the enemys works with an enthusiasm rarely seen in modern armies Ouo strong Incen tire had been given In the failure shortly before this magnificent charge of an attempt by Shermans army to capture Tunnel hill n detached part of tho ridge General Thomas declared that he saw six regimental Sings of his army planted simultaneously on tine Confederate parapets More followed quickly for there was nn exciting race between the regiments to get their ban ners to tho top first One of Sheridans soldiers who was present that day In the ranks of tho One Hundred anal Twentyfifth Ohio says that Sheridan passed along tho line of tine regiment on Iris way to the left hank to spur up tine men who seemed to be giving way after Uio cop turn of tho works at tho base of tho hill Seeing the eagerness of the Ohio ann to press onward In spite of orders ho wild to them Its all right boys When you get your brcaUi you way go on again Tire word was passed along and tho regiment nearest the general tin mcdi it a r A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY ntely started up tine slope turning for 1 the works crmvnlng tine very crest Marry olUcerH seized time ling of their regiments arid rushed abend of tint lint Loud cheers from distant parts of tire ja line greeted tho nndiidoux hurl of Woods and Sheridan soldiers and at last the olllctTM of other brlgadi and regiments gave way to tint vtithuitlaHiu of tine moment and led their own turn forward Before tIne movement could bo checked from Grunts headquarter tire entire Army of the Cuiubcrlund wins pcrumbllng up the hill III broken do tachmentfl but with unbroken courage At time first rush tine enemys line was broken In but few places but lirtlo end Thomas soldiers captured till rn tire ridge anti t items the Confwlcrato guns upon their former owner who mad stampeded to tine rear Thl blow following upon Hookers eiplolt onILookout mountain above tine paralysed tine defenders of ChattnllooIga Sherman capture of time lust stronghold Was nn easy tiuk with Thomas captured guns raking the tiicmys line on him front According to General Fullrrton wino wan on the Hold as a staff otUwr to Thomas Grant was angry whou ho saw the Army of tint Cumbvrliuid push ing onward up the ridge The reason for thIs anger In nmde clear by tint iris brian of tine Army of the Cumberland General Clst lie nays In the gcumii nngugcmcnt Grants plan of battle hnd Iron for Sherman with five dlvlnlon to make the main attack sweep every tiring b fore htm down the rldgo sail whon ho had the enemy In full retreat the Army of the Cuminflam was then to old In the pursuit after patiently waiting till the fighting was over Hooker under Grant original plan wan to Hlmply hold Lookout secure and wh n the enemy was driven by Sherman ho too was to join In tine J pursuit All the fighting of the bat tin was to be clone by Sherman anti the glory vas to to hi- In Shermans memoirs we are tl vonil wth Grant views of the Army of tho Cumltorland when Sherman first reported In person to irant at tanooga to leant hli plan mind the partIhe Sherman won to take Sinrum RIIUIIIIUN OK irma CltAllOEII IllEMZI IKAI INd THU 1AUAICT says that Grant told him that the men of Thomas nrmy hind been so demur alized by the battle of Cnlckanmugn that he franil they could not bo got out of their trenches to niwuinc the of fenslvu arid also that thu Army of tine Cumberland hind been no long hi tine trcnchus that he wanted my troops to hurry up mind take thu offensive first after which he had no rhombi the Cum berland army would tight well So under Grants plan tine Army of tine Cumberland was to stand by and bo taught a grand object leson how to fight as given by Sherman Grnta auger Is further elucidated by Gunmetal Fnllerton wino says that when Wood mimi Sheridan were seen going up tho ridge Grant said to Thom as Who ordered those men up tho ridge Thomas answered I dont know I did not Grant then turned to Granger Thom as chief of staff and said Did you order them up7 Granger answered No sir They started up without orders When those fellows get started all hell cant stop them 1 Grant added something to tire etrcrtjthat If tho charge didnt turn out well somebody would suffer Granger sent Fullcrton to tile bill to ask Wood and Sheridan If they had ordered the men tip Wood said I didnt order them up They started on their own hook and are going up too Tell hanger It we are supported well take nnd hold the rldgo Sheridan answered in much tho same words Woods men made the first break and It was claimed but neveriproved that Wood gave the order QKOHGE L KILMER r= DURABLE GRAPE TRELLIS LI hllhlura Ibr flora lu Smutirrand- tuu Ile yard uii ii 1riilpclur In 11Irnlrr AI every urapo grower known junta Hi onllnnrlly put lu the ground reams ly last ar long as it requires for thu vlnt to iiuiiH ID bcarlni au The trel his Illuitmtcd Is ilvslKncil to nbvlata this wart ut wood and labor It will be seal that the part of the bracts and port burled In thu earth nro jolted to the UHHT pert Ion by mortise nml tenon Dy tliU arranstmcrt when tho burled TIUML1K H ilt A IKW VINK8 tort Ion ilfmyi It ran bo renewed DIll without lots or that part which Is yet in n itatt of irfstrvutlon anti which will last a lifetime If painted Posts nod brni elf are Joined in a similar man our nt tho top being held In their rttKctlvo places both above and bolow by Icoio flttliiK pins which i ermlt thnlr cu withdrawal By removing tho ride brace Iho trtlll can be Ink- downI no ILaIdopermltling the vin to bo covered for the winter If protoo j Uon Is Brrewary I ore hemlock for potts and brnrr but More duralilo timber below tho toll rout art 4x4 Incho by n feet Side braces ore 2x4 Inches by 4 fret while the lonKer brace II 2x4 Inches by f donot brnro the rentrnl posts by the small ones as portrayed Ifeot rows are short and the long one s i only nHeed at the end Hut for Held ruitlvMlon I advlio bracing every poal In the direction of the rows for If braced In all direction not near e mAny poi U lire nctded Rainnol II Hinllh In Farm and Home SWtET POTATO CROP U Vreprere U ftrrrled II run II hlurril anti Kent Nuoerafully turn Luug1Itar- Sweet nolatoos ran bo stored and kept perfectly If certain rules are ver carefully observed First they must be dug when thu soil Is an dry M IM nlblv next they must bo very carefully handled all tile time and third they tnuxt be very carefully stored No cut Dr bruited iiotatoes should ever bo 1Jton1 They should not be thrown when they ore dug but left to Ho nlon r the rows and dry In the vunihlno They should not be thrown nto a wagon body but packed care fully Into bankets or boxes If they are to bit stored for market a special ly prepared house Is necessary A width of 1C feet Is lust with a IciiKth acconllnK to the needed capacity Tho walls should be doubled and well pncUcd with tawdunt The house nhould have a telllnR a loft and a hpan roof and the loft should llachetl with straw Attorn the root there should be a prelected ventilator which can be opened or cloned There Nhould be a paHnngo through the cen ter with slutted shelves arranged on both sldtB A good heating iipparn tits must be provided In tho south three or four oil stoves will do r this but In the north the best ar rangement is a Rood brick furnace at the end with a largo shectlron nile passliiK overhead through the house After tho potatoes are stored the torn pcrnturu mould be raised to about 90 decrees for several days till the roo tnlocu nro through heating and have dried off After that the temperature should ho kept not lower than to de rrccH nor hlRfcer than degrees The ventilator should be opened whenever it rises abuse this point Prairie Farmerl9klun SIn Perm On large swine farms there Is some times considerable trouble with tho hogs running down and eating the thlckwis In sonic cages this may be n hereditary trait but generally It Is un acquired characteristic that Is en tlrtly the fault of the owners careless ness Almost tiny hog can be taught to ent chickens by having dead chickens thrown away where ho can get at them This Is often the easiest vay of dispos lug of them ranch easier than burying or burning them but such a proceeding may have an effect on the health and habits of the hogs which the careless owner host quite overlooked Prairie jS Farmer erve mt INk Wealth In u recent uddrens Prof II II Dean of Canada said In 1S95 I had the pleasure of visiting that little country Holland It Is snit la be the wealthiest country according To popu lotion of any In the world Now how have they mode thlr money How have they been able to produce theI marvelous wealth which has accrued to that very sinall country They have made it out of agriculture anti the particular branch of agriculture T Jileh they have given special atten tion to is that of keeping cows and ILp prctiuctJou of dairy goods HINTS FOR DAIRYMEN Cold Citrine of Clireur Not Only Ira protr tlir Quality Hut Alao Iiirrcnxii liiuntllr Cold curing Inrreazca the quantity ol cheese to be sold and Improves Its qual ity TIIMIP fuels have been proved sever tlmpH on u small swUn at exparl niont rlatloiiB and elsewhere and some cheese handlers huvu profited liy In stalling EOIIIO fonn of refrigeration In their curing roomr but no extontlvc carefully controlled tests on a conmicr Ilal stall have been reported prior to trsts recently completed by the New York stntc experiment station In co operation with the United States do partmrnl of agriculture which Irilud ml about 10 tons of cheese msdi at dif ferent fortunes In New York Penim vanln tend Ohio and stored In the rooms of a commercial refrigerating plant In New York city A similar rxlrl = rt Riving very concordant resultH woararI rld out In the wet by the station and the department IInIor 00 degrees until cured They wero scored at the outset and at Intervals during the tNI by commercial experts and wore alit wrlKhtd and sampled for chemical nnalycls Tin average scores of the cheesf were At 40 degrees 057 at 942 and at IU7 and the Increased roar kit value nt the end of 20 weeks counting quality alone was 00 edutsa hundred fur the chvcM cured at 40 degrees Uut holding at low temperatures also re tains tho watur In the cheese giving m additional quantity to sell hence 100 pounds of cheese cured at 10 defers was worth llOS more than that cured at degrees Inrxcr chines lost less proportion to their weight than small ones and coaling the cheese with tint alit decreased ory decidedly the lea of vrclghl One hundred pounds at- chew paradlncd null cureO at 40 de xrers would sell nt prices prevailing during this test for 170 mute than the sated Initial weight of c1nos unpar Counetry kntlemnu BREEDS AND PURPOSES Oiinir Inrln In Ile C tn lilrrril lij- rIuriurr Vlni Ihtrpnr lit 1 unnIn luiillr ItHlaliiK Each breed posMms merits peculiar to Iteelf and the Inherent character istics of breeds Indicate to the farmer how best to nrcomplUh that wlllch hu sock In the keeping of poultry Tluro Is as much difference In the keeping of theokeeping of other stock If one makes a specialty of raising poultry fur market the weights should be an heavy ns pos slblH the sales are made by tho Pound but If aro to be depended on as contributing n portion of the profits then weight must not be con sldcred It no disadvantage to lints- a large heavy laying lien If weight and butyor n rule the very best layers With cattle there are spe clal bcofbreeds while others are In tender for milk These characteristics are of course Impoedblc with hinds but nevertheless there are breeds that ex cel In egg production while others read- Ily convert food Into flesh The poultry man who contemplates the management of n poultry establishment should haul a definite purpose In view and should In the beginning select breeds which but conform to bin requirements ns any mistake then made occasions the loss of at least one years time Hence do out abut for heavy fowla iinletut you Intend to make n specialty of weight The different breeds all have their pe cullar characteristics Farm anti Fireside HANDY MILKING STOOL It I riitllr Mnilr nl Mnnll Iapnae cud linn llrrn I oril llh limit III tva II have used a mllkliiK stool matte ns described In cut for five years Scat board A U of twoInch plank nln i Inches wHo 14 Inches long The atoci uujktil II Is two Inches thick nlnt HKNHIHM Miiivivu STOOl Indies broad and long cut round A threctlghthslnchboltClsput through the middle the head sunk the nut len arts FO the seat will revolve Tho seat Is 11 Inches high A hoop E Is fast ened with staples on the upright board n to hold the bucket at a convenient height tram the fluor tolls upper rim I use a twogallon tin pall A heavy wire used for n hoop The piece II Is 2x4 and six Inches long fastened to the under side of the seat John Jackson In LJpltomlst Ft rtil nit Milk to PI A wino raiser says If there Is any business that could be run profit ably In connection with our swine ruining It Is dairying There Is no load that will take the place of milk for young plea for a time after they lore separated from their dams It should be red to them with a meal ra tion of two parts short two parts fine oatmeal and ono part bran We feed as high as 20 pounds of skim mill and pay as high as 25 cents to 2C cents per cwt for the milk With skim milk we can carry young pigs along cheaper than In any other way It should not however be fed with out the meal ration as It U liable to cause scours and voile TUB SUNDAY SCHOO- LLuan tlt Infrriinllomil Srrlri fur otrntbrr ill iDOtnavlda liiirut In ilonutii Tllr LESSON TEXT n Citron SJI10 And Iwvld nsun tiled all flue prlncft of lnru iht princes uf the tribes and the riiitaln of the rOmptmfea that min Ulired to the king l v dour und that raplHlnr over the thousands and captains over tho hundreds tutu the stewards over ull the culnluncf und joixmlon of the king and of lilt roni with the olllctrt end with the mighty men und with all the valiant men unto Jerusalem Then David the king stood tip upon its feet nod raid Hear me rny brethren unit my people All fur me I had In mint heart to build n n house of rent for the ark of the rovrnunt of the lord and for the fooUlool of our Undo itnd had made ready for the building 1 lout God Mild unto mi Thou hall not build a house tot My name ttause thou haul been u man of war and hurt htd Mood lloMbelt the fond lod of Inn choie me before all the house of my father to 10 king over Israel for ever for lit hath shako Judah to IIP the ruler and of the hoime of Judah that house of my father and among the abna of my father lie Ilkid ins in make me king over all Israel And of all mi suns for the Lord hath given me many eons IIP huth chosen So anon my son to alt upon the throne of the kingdom of the lx rd over Inruet And lie said unto me Solomon thy von he Khali build My house und My court for huvr chosen him to be My ton and will be hU father 7 Moreover will establish hie kingdom for ever If he be constant to do My com mnndmenta und My Judgments as at this Now therefore In the sight of nil Is rol the conKtmnilon of the Lord and In the audlenre of our Clod keep nnd seek for all the commandment of the Lord your Clod that ye may Iossra this good lard und leata It for nn Inheritance for your rhlldren after you for ever 9 And thou Solomon mV son know thou the pod of thy father And serve Him with n perfect heart and with n wllllnc mind for the lord marchcth all hearts nnd uttderstnndclh all the ImiiKlnatlons of the thoughts If thou split Him He will be found of then but If thou forsake Him Hr will cast three tiff for ever Take heed now for the Lord bath chosen thte to build a house for the sanctuary be tronR and do It illllliv TiT =rrut In the lord sstlb nil lilt lirnrtr Iriiv OfTIINK OP BCItllTlTHR BKCTIOX Preparation for Ilulldlnic the Temple I hron JIZ7 The heat Assembly Uuvldn Andrea Citron ssitD- ovlda Charge to the People Chron SII- Duvlds Charge to Solomon Cbron V0 NOTICE AND lOt mTS 1 Chon 2127 One of the great ileslrru of Davlda heart had been to build a worthy teniple for the ark of Jehovah but conditions In Israel were not ripe for an era of building Peace hall to be secured with surrounding nations and the new kingdom com parted and organized before that time could rome So Saul and David built the kingdom leaving the temple for Solomon to build This was the natur al and Indeed the only iwsslble or der Tho site which David selected for the temple was the threshlngllooi of Oman or Araunab just outside of the eastern wall of tho city It was here that David saw the apparition In the sky at thu time of the great pes tilence on angel with a drawn sword In hU hand and sacrificed to Jehovah with a prayer that the contagion might be checked This seemed to David because of the deliverance which came n fitting place for the great national sanctuary The story Is told In two places 2 Sam 24124 and 1 Chron 21130 The chapters Intervening between this Incident and to days lee son are filled with details of lpreparation for the building and a elaborate scheme of the organization of the kingdom both civil and religious Ch 2813 All the princes of Israel etc A brilliant assemblage such as Jerusalem had probably never seen before That served tho king by course See Chron 2715 These men were probably In charge of the building operations David the king Though he had really mode Solomon king In his place ho was still David the king In the hearts of the people Stood up upon his fet David was a feeble old titan and usual ly remained seated when he addressed the people but this was an unusually Important and Impressive occasion Vs CS Solomon thy son he shall build One of the greatest Joys parents can have Is to see their chit circa go forward to do things which they could not do A father lives again and ought to live better In the life of his son Will establish his king dom If There Is always nn If Growth success happiness Heaven may be hall only by olserln certain conditions which are not arbi trarily made but exist In the nature of things Observe and seek out commandments It Is not enough to observe the conditions that are most conspicuously forcpd upon the atten tion We must seek them out Just as far as we can Va 9 10 Know thou the God of thy father A father Is largely re sponsible for the attitude of his to Ooa A perfect heart Grudgin- service U not acceptable In Gods sight Take heed for Jehovah hath chosen thee One of the greatest In centives to right living Is the thought that God hiss put one into the world to do a certain Important work for his fellow men This holds a maw steady when merely selfish considerations like present or future happiness for himself do Do- tlnACTICAL BLGQIJSTIONS It fea blessing to have it In ones heart to do anything for the name of the Lord It IB a blessing to acquiesce In the will of the Lord when ones wish to do something for Him Is denied Gods house which speaks of Ills goodwill to men should not be built with bloodstained hands relformedotbenjrongHilws i TORTURED FCR SCIEKCL Knolnuii Milijicln ti Itaj a uf Vliilr- tllulil Irllllll riirtrrt null llrnlii rernuiiivitflr Klmllrrril ItiiMlnn refugees now In Ucrlln relate a fresh furor of torture devised and prac ticed on polltlcal prisoners confined In the terrible SihlusKpnberg fortress They assert the bruins of Hussion po litlcul prisoners are permanently in jitred by acing exposure to rays of violet light Tin subject selected for scientific torture Is placed In n large many win dowed cell Into whirl the sunlight streams through violet panes and by night from electric lights Day and night violet rays are poured on the prisoner steeping and waking until everything hlgfeshTheto produce Irritation and ultimately cause ti change In the structure of the brain cells The power of consecutive thought disappears sensory Impres sions cannot be orderly arranged The victim Iot Insane only stupefied mentally Frequently Iho victim never recovers Itrmlht he released without peril to the government While red rays madden vlolnt rays produce Incurable brain lassitude Thure Is no proof that all po bluest prisoners at Schluwenberg are treated thus Which prisoners are sub jected to this new scientific torture rev mains a secret of this most secret of all HiiMtun irlHong INCREASE IN SUICIDES MnlUllr Ohnn Illuhrr Itutr of Self- xturalrrlit ant Turk 1il1 In It111- 2Thcas Yeiir VrrrnlliiK Aceotdlng to statistics compiled by Dr William II Gullfoy register of the bureau of vital statistics there were 772 suicides In New York city In 1902 of whlili number 477 were In the tar ouRhHnf Manhattan and the Bronx The number of suicides In those two bor oughs ton years ago was only 211 Na tive born women to the number of 73 killed themselves In this city lat year There were altogether lC women sui cities of which 33 were Irish 20 German and in HusBlan The suicide rate has In created in Manhattan and the Uronx from 14 to each 100000 Inhabitants In 1S9I to 22 to each 100000 In 1902 New York Is now fifth In the suicide list of American cities which Is led by St Louts with n role of 237 CATFISH CATCHES BOY tseen 1enr Old St Iniil tInYouth Pllllril Into lllrp by UPiiuml haul Otto ScavlnsKy 11 years old head ac exciting tussle with a catfish weighing 32 pounds and but for the timely atttUt once of two nun would probably have lost his life The boy was finding bn the river bank at the foot of Chestnut street In St Paul when suddenly its line wa Jerked Violently and he was yanked headlong Into the river He cried loudly for help but hold on to the line James Goodhue and Thomas Murphy heard his cries and pulled him out of the water They then landed the rat fish niter a struggle The hut was four feet long Murphy gave the boy cents for thefish and the toy forgot his ducking A Itcuinruniilr tap revna map upon and on this map the route that this newly married couple were about to take In hOMYImoon tour was nnmrs the towns at which tho happy couple would make a more or lees prolonged dAy were littered In anoint MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov CATTIlv Common I2 ii 3 Heavy steers 35 R 4 G5 CALVES Extra fi 7 7o HOGS Ch packers 4fJ5 tfli 4 90 Nixed packers 4 70 if 4 SO SHEW Extra 3 25 s 3 3- 5IAMRSExtra ft 5 75 KIOUH Spring pat 4 50 S 4 95 WHBAT No 2 red SGs- No 3 winter ti 554- CORNNo 2 nixed 8 45 OATS No 2 mixed 3- 7ltlENu2 CS 6 G- UIlAYCh timothy j113 00 95gUUnEHCb dotty 1Yi Choice creamery 24 APIMES Fancy 275 H 3 00 1OTATOBS Ier bbl 2 25 4y 2 35 TOUACCO Now 3 50 9 00 Old 560 Q 5G5 Chicago FLOUK Winter pat 4 00 0 4 20 1VHFATNo 4i red 82ft S3g1 1X0 3 spring 78 4 81 COHN No 2 mixed A421u 38rgIOHK Mess 11 37 VH SO 1AHD Stenm S7 44t SO New York- JoIOUnWln strts 3 nr 4 O5 WHBAT No 2 red 4f hiLN COHN No i mixed tit 50 OATS No 2 mixed 41 KYE Western liP GZy- tIOHK Family STIC 00 LAHD Steam t 7 JO Baltimore WlmATo 2 red S44- COHN No 2 nixed W 49 4 OATS No 2 mixed lip 41 CATTIE Steers 4 25 4 75 HOOS Western J 5 75 Louisville WI mATNo 2 red 4I 84 COHN No 2 mixed 44 47s OATS No 2 mixed 38 PORKt Mess 01300 LAHD Steam 7 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 1 824- CpitNov 2 mixed 43y OATS No 2 mixed 4V35A Berea College 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScIenceTwo years Course with agriculture for young met and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trado Schools Cwpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years tilting for College for business and for life College CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical loading to Baccalaurt ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 Weeks may be brought within 24 OO about 15 to bo paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation allots Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ref sd FRIGIDLY rIM SECHTAtV WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky f The International Bible Series1s THI LARGEST LINE OF 6ELFPRONOUNCING BIBLE IN THE WORL THeY ASS acNe N5 ION TMIIH CLEAR PRINTSCIIOLARLY HELPS SUPERIOR D1NDINO BIBLEfRed Under Gull Edges SILK SEWED Large Type Minion SELFPRONOUNCINGTEACHERS CONTaNNG The ComttntioB Concordance the Moat Satisfactory In Kzlitence etaITEE STUDT OF THE BALE Price only 85 cts THE BEREA x 4 Flour Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Floor will be hard to beat is f 1 Whites Stitloo Ky L n uun FOR ONE Weeks SCHOOL EXTEXBEddue ant dill ot term College Aced t4 Ap Sclw Model Lit Norm Iforuiil Schools A Ultra tnddetttl Fee 6M I U t 451 no plul Tee 25 15 JJ 25 225 225 ISi rctal school KSpcOIU 90 600 600 400 Tor iiUno itcnOKtnfihy and other extras its Sprcltl Expenses blow LIVING due In by month RlXim leo by term Bond room fuel and lights S21 lor tall and iprlnEll75 week J24Jot winter term wwkt Board In the TllUtr tllo wtd In approved iltf v varlenln pilce seconding to accommodation furnished Ail JhiR there lUlnc expenses to school ex pcnw we Und To U paid the Oust day Including thell depotlt In Collrgltte Department t OIO Academy and Latin Normal 11910 Applied Science Normal and A 11520 In InttrtlHI mote for each No student can be received who fails to make title advance pay went Total Ordinary Eir n ei Jot it Week areieen to be In Collegiate Department 830 Academy and Latin Normal Applied Science Normal and A Grammar Model Schools S25 In winter three dollars more lor each Students paying board and room rent in lull fcr n term at the beginning a discount of ally cents Students duly excused before the end of a term back an equitable portion of the money they have EXPENSES Plano Vocal or Special Theory lesson bour class of three 1700 Organ Violin etc of three 5 oo Stenography or per term S00 Clu work In Harmony a 00 Use of Piano or Typewriter hr a day a 80 Ute of ore an hr a 3 00 Rent ol tulle per term 50 Chemical material and breaktrr about itayilcal and Laboratories term 10 aJuerlJlln drawing per term 80 Examination on dar 20 Oraduatlon aooj Price SJ15 to Same Bible- Tarnished with Patent Additional CbrlettedDDRESS KENTUCKY Madison County Roller Mills IIoItloIoIoIIlltIJo Crushed Roller PRIDE OF MADISON another Excellent FloureoillllIIIfI Potts Duers nINECESSARY EXPENDITURES TERMI2 EXPENSESBcirfl tlTance OrammarI112lodtI8cbooll receive receive 124leesoOsclass Labnratoryaceordingto Mlcroicoplcal FeewtbdegnewitbQtplomsaM The Citizen Founded Only Thumllladlafor CITIZEN EXPERIENCE BO VftAWSV I TKAOC MARK DESIGNS ICOPYRIGHTS Ac Anton sending a sketch and met IDunTnn Iiprobablly ttshte Comma dK lonllrtnloDdanlaJ nadtnokonlalen4 Sift feet agency for eeutlnypW nts Patinu ttkm tinA Co cocotte teitUnolUn without cbanro Scicndfic Jlm rltanJA handsomely nlestr tad weedy l raot frt mialioe of sal setraa mmaL Terms II u rartrnarmon 0 03 el W arrnlaeewIY LOUISVILLE I NASHVILLE RAILROAD TI Tall I Elect May 24 1101 OntDt North Train 4 Ditty Leave Beiea 320 am Arrive Richmond 352 a m Arrive Paris 505 am Arrive Cincinnati 7 80 am Gott North Train e Pall Leave Borea12 55 p m Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 pm Oomg math Train I Dally Lev8lJ re l 11 p m Arrive Litlugstoa205 pO Qulor oath Vialai lli Love Ilere11i 24p m Arrive Livingston k1230a m Trains No land No 6 make connection at Livingston for Jellico and the South with No Rod No 27 W N1 BOWER Ticket Agent from now until January I9o5 with picture and special numbers pay- Pottage 1 I I THE CITIZENIGRIDIRONTAflJORS SOME MEN OF MIGHTY DEEDS ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD How tIe New Hulen Affect the Came Panne of DC Wilt n n IMimklu KloKcr lr MTc n of IlulTcrtr o- fr Yule and Mumliiill of llnrvurd- Ilcvlslon of the playing rules has somewhat changed the complexion of football but it Is still nearly as fas cinating as ever to players and spectators alike The chief change nnd the one In which the general public Is most Inter ested is that which seeks tile abolition of mass plays In certain parts of the Held by reason of which much youthful blood has been shed In the past This new rule provides that when the ball is in play in the center section of the fieldthat is in the portion em braced between the two twentyfive yard lines at least seven of the players of the side having the ball must be on the line of scrimmage and further that when the quarter back receives the ball within the territory mentioned he may not carry it beyond the line of scrimmage unless In so doing lie crosses that line at least five yards from either side of the point where the snapper back put the ball into play This makes necessary a comparatively open style of game in the middle section of the field and is intended to lessen the lia bility to injury which results from the steady pounding of the muss play According to the new rules then the old style of mass play is restricted to the sections between the two twen tyfive yard lines and the goals As much of the play occurs in these zones it does not seem likely that the chances of Injury to the players have been greatly lessened Other changes pro vide for increased penalties for unfair tacticsOf college players who have won fame on the gridiron none stands out more prominently than John A DC Witt captain of the Princeton eleven who is n veteran of several campaigns and Is generally conceded to be the best nil around football player on the gridiron today his record being one of JOHN A DE WITT unusual brilliancy lIe plays guard on his team anti la unexcelled in that po sition but It is as a punter and drop kicker that he shines and to the power of his mighty leg was due the only scores made by Princeton In two of Its big games last year In the game with Yale during the last few minutes of play he kicked the ball squarely between the goal posts from the fortyeight yard line an almost unprecedented performance In deed so much was his kicking feared by Yales superior team that the blue found it necessary not only to keep the orange and black away from the Yale goal line but even from the center of the field Likewise in the game with Cornell the only points scored by Princeton were made by the mighty Do Witt who placed two drop kicks over Cornells crossbar De Witt has won still other honors in athletics being the present champion intercollegiate hammer thrower and shot putter lie is a member of several of the leading college clubs and fraternities and Is oce 6f the most popular students in the unlyerglty lie is familiarly known among his fellows by the nickname Fat Other noted gridiron warriors are Captain C O Haffcrty of Yale and Carl Marshall who commands the Harvard forces Hafferty plays end on his team and is n giant in stature standing 0 feet 1 Inch in height and weighing 170 pounds As end rush Uafferty is said to be equaled by few anti surpassed by none As a field cap lain ho is held to be superior to De Witt He nlwnys plays the kind of football that has won championships for Yale and that had much to do with his selection as captain Tarshnll the Harvard captain is a quarter hack of ususual ability and is considered as strong behind the line as Is De Witt in the position of guard He Is a star player of the first magnitude n veteran quarter back of several years experience and is noted for cool ness In a position where the nervous strain is necessarily great He runs his team like n machine and is a good field general lie has the advantage over both Hafferty and De Witt that he is a quarter back and will not have to depend upon another man to run the team 93tIt1f111ti111tIflIi11 I 11 + 11 I1i1 dIh1iI Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HHWJ 11 iiH Hiili +HH + 1ih tIIIlI1IIHI1I11I1 J L Ambrose made a business trip to Rockcnstle county Saturday- P M Reynolds visited his uncle Henry Reynolds at Livingston over SundayC Lowen Jackson street was in Lincoln county most of the past week on business Robert Richardson and family have moved in from Big Hill and are now residents of Berea Dr L A Davis and Mr C I Ogg brought in 27 birds Saturday an the result of a days sport The colored school in Berea is ser iously hindered by the neglect of the trustees to provide fuel John Boggs has moved from the Cumberlaud House to the Kindred House on Scaffold Cane pike Henry S Simpson aud Miss Bertha Ogg were married by Rev M K Pasco Nov 21 at the home of James OggJ B Hoskins and family have moved to Berea from Clay county aud taken up their residence on Center street J M Haley and wife are moving into their new house on Big Hill pike this week They formerly lived at Big Hill Prof W H Cord principal of Hazel Green Academy at Hazel Green Ky filled the pulpit at Second church Sunday Will Hanson wife and children of Winchester are spending Thanksgiving with Mr Hansons parents Mr and Mrs S G Hanson W R Gabbard and family who have been in Mansfield III for the past eight months returned to Berea this week to spend the winter Dont forget the Thanksgiving service at the Tabernacle Thursday morning beginning at 10 oclock Come and let us be thankful together The Postom e will be open Thurs day NovSG from G AM to 730 AM from 11 to 2 r and from 130 PM toG ratS G Hanson P M Mr and Mrs H Muncys little five year old son Chester died Saturday morning of scarlet fever and was buried Sunday in the Berea Cemetery Charley Reynolds formerly night operator hew has been appointed agent at Brush Creek and entered upon his duties there Wednesday of last week Esau Isaacs was tried in Glade Justices Court before Justice Luns ford Monday on the charge of carry ing concealed weapons and fined 25 and costs and given 10 days in jail Thos L Francis who graduated from the farmers course here last year and had taken considerable work in the carpenters course has left Tus kegee and is now employed by a builder and contractor at Selma Ala Mr Jeff Daughertyof Kerby Knob was thrown violently from his wagon last Thursday sustaining a fractured collar bone Dr Cornelius set the broken bone and at lost reports Mr Daugherty was doing well f Mr T K Tutt was called here Saturday by a telegram owing to the sickness of his wife Mr Tutt has charge of the narrow gauge railroad owned and operated by the Swandeo Lumber Co at McCormick Ky Miss Mosher one of the national organizers in W C T U work gave a fine temperance lecture at the Tab ernacle Tuesday night under the aus pices of the local union One hun dred and eightytwo person signed the pledgo Lester Hill in his play Thursday in some way dislocated his left arm at tho elbow He was taken to the hospitalwhere Dr Cornelius put the injured member in place The arm is doing nicely though it will have to be carried in a sling for some time Mr and Mrs R B Roberts Big Hill pike lost their seven months old baby Edgar last Friday after an- ilInes of 22 days with pneumonia The funeral services were conducted by Rev A E Thomson at the house followed by burial in Borea Cemetery Mrs Alice M Williamsa missionary under tho American Board to North China will speak of her work at the Congregational church Thursday night Dec 3 at seven oclock All are cordially invited to ultend Mrs Williams husband was one of the martyrs in tho Boxer uprising two years ago OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD- P M Reynolds and wife of Ham ilton 0 are visiting relatives in this county They visited hero Saturday Sunday and Monday Mr Reynolds was formerly n resident of this place but moved to Berea some years This was their first visit since theyI moved to Hamilton and their friends were glad to see them They go back to Berea where Mrs Reynolds will stay this winter Mr Reynolds will return to Hamilton where he will re sume his work as blacksmith for the Champion Coated Paper Mill N itIHiH1 diH+II1444H I College Items jj HERE AND THERE tHHHH1 11010 I H 11+11 I Tutor C D Lewis was here Satur day leaving in the evening to visit home folks in Pulaski county Prin M E Marsh attended the State Superintendents Convention at Louisville the latter part of last week Wm Dager and wife returned missionaries from Africa are guests of Secy and Mrs Gamble this week Miss J A Robinson attended the- Y W C A conference in session at Nashville Tenn the past week Miss E K Corwin did not go as announc ed in last weeks issue The football game to be played Thanksgiving Day between the Alpha Zeta team and a picked eleven is at tracting much interest Game will be called at 3 oclocksharp John Barton a student here in tho 90s brother of Rev SS E Barton was married at Newport Ky Saturday Nov 14 to Miss Annie Walters They will reside in Lancaster Ky Miss M White of Portland Conn was a visitor to the Institution for several days this week being entertained over Sunday at the home of Pros and Mrs Frost Miss White came here from Cincinnati where she attended the National W C T U conventionThe game Saturday be tween the colored boys here anda colored team from Richmond resulted in a score of 0 to 0 The Berea toys however had the best of it all through the game and at one time had the ball within one foot of the goal line for a touch down They weakened at this critical point and failed to push it over while the Rich mond boys braced up and put the ball behind their danger line Geo White Norman Williams and Paul Smith did the star work for Berea while J B Phelps V Ervin and G Yates were Richmonds stars Elected Gompers Boston Nov 23 Samuel Gompcrs was reelected president of the Ameri can Federation of Labor over Ernest Kreft of Philadelphia by a vote of 12524 to 113C Thirty Turks Killed Salonlca European Turkey Nov 23On the arrival of the battalion of troops which was dispatched from Seres In Macedonia to reinforce a Turkish command besieged for two days In tho mountains near Spatovo by a band of 350 Insurgents tho latter withdrew Tho losses of tho Insur gents are unknown Thirty of the Turkish soldiers and one officer wore killed and 47 wounded Execution Postponed Columbus 0 Nov 17lien and Al Wade tho Toledo men condemned to die Saturday morning will not bo ex ecuted then Tho supremo court granted tho attorneys for tho Wades leave to file a petition in error to tho Lucas county courts in which they wero tried The petition in error will be filed at once The action of tho court postpones the execution until the court acts on the petition Insurgents Bombard City San Domingo Nov 18The poUt ical situation here Is serious The insurgents are bombarding tho city Generals Wenceslao Flguero and Juan Francisco Sanchez are refugees in the foreign legations The city is completely Invested by 4000 men under Pichard and four other generals Rich Copper Find Marinette Win Nov 18A copper deposit rich In quality and of immense extent has been discovered near Carney Mich about 30 miles north of Menominee Mining experts familiar with the Calumet formation declare tho deposits at Carne aro exactly similar 6J PROF TODDS DEATH The town and community wore shocked and saddened whon it was learned early Friday morning that Prof Ernest W Todd had suddenly passed away Thursday night at ten oclock from heart failure Ho taught his classes Tuesday and was up town Wednesday morning and only the attending physician the immediate family and intimate friends knew that the end might come at any timo lie went to sleep Thursday night never to awake in this word but to open his eyes in the world beyond in the pros euro of his Lord and Saviour The memorial services wore held Sunday afternoon at the tabernacle After a prayer at the house by Rev A E Thomson the remains were borne forth by relays of members from Phi Delta the society which Mr Todd had loved and iu which he had labored so faithfully for many years Just before reaching the Tabernacle the casket was turned over to the pall bearers made up mostly of tho town friends of Mr Todd who bore it into tho Tabernacle After singing by the College quartette and prayer by President Frost Rev A E Thomson followed by Prof L V Dodge paid fitting tribute to the manly Christian courage to the quiet helpfulness and the unobtruding but all pervading influence for good which had characterized the lifo of the departed in talks freighted with valuable lessons for the listeners After the service the body was borne by relays of stir dents of the College and Academy to its last resting place in the Berea Cemetery Floral tributes were not lacking to show the esteem and high regard in which Prof Todd was hold The bereaved family have the sym pathy of the entire community Ernest W Todd was born July 4 1S7G in Stuart Iowa and died Nov 11 1903 aged 27 years 4 months and ir day When an infant he was tak en with his family to Massachusetts where they resided until coming to Berea in 1601 when Ernest was 15 years old Even at that ago he won a Christian and with his parents unitrd with the Union church by letter Heat once became a student in tho Academy and graduated from the Literary Course of the College in J7 The following year he was assistant to his father in Chemistry and Physics amt after his fathers death took his place further fitting himself for the work by study tt Champaign 111nnd Cornell University Conference of College Men- The State Conference of tho Stu dent Young Mens Christian Association of Kentucky will be held at Georgetown Ky beginning Friday afternoon December 4th and closing Sunday night December Gth From 150 to 200 delegates are expected from the 21 Student Associations in the State The citizens of George town will provide entertainment for all accredited delegates and reduced rates on the various railroads ia the State have been secured Among the speakers announced for the Con ference are Rev Curter Helm Jones D D Louisville President W G Frost D D Berea College Prof J C Achoson Danville Mr Clayton S Cooper New York and Mr L E McLachlin Columbus Ohio Classified Ads Ads in this column 5c per line first insertion 2Jc per line each sub sequent insertion six words to line No matter whore you livo or what your wants are advertise in this column and get results Cash must nc company order See page 3 IfreeHoli1 Games6o one in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Grocers DR L CORNEILUS Physician Dentist t Oillc with Dr I C rnellui Ilroadway St Bimci KY hour for Dental Work 900 a m to 300 p m t The Rest ttnlmritt Chamberlains Pain Balm is ron sidered tho boot liuimuut on thu mar ket writes Post fc Bliss of Georgia Vt No other liniment will heal n cut or bruise promptly No other affords such quick relief from theta matic pains No other in so valuable for deep seated pains liko lame back and pains in tho chest Oho this liniment a trial nut you wilt rioter wish to bo without if Sold by S E Welch Jr I IBS 1oI A SHcutlllo IMicuvcr- yKodul Uynpopnia duo does for the stomach that which it in unable to do for itself oven when but slightly disordered or overloaded Kodol pepsia CUrt the natural of dipvition situ doom tho work stomach relaxing tho norvous while the inflamed muscle of that organ showed to rest and Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests you wt nnd enables the stomach digestivo organs to transform all into Knit rich red Sold by oJo +oIooo +o +oooooo ooo +oototooMo +oIoooo 0 + i oMo + f WEARSo + io SHOES Lo + 0 eo why not wear good show when we sell you 1 gGOOD UPTODATE SHOES t+ + o 0 to to just as cheap as othor people sell you inferior ones of tt11e are leaders for stylo wear anti comfort unit you cant miss 2 it if you buy Irom us I Anything and everything you want in mens furnishing and t- t can please you In style and prico o Call in and look over our various linos so you ran bo convinced 1 0 Yours for business to 0 I Crutcher Tribble I 0 0 1 MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY t+ + o+o +oo+o +o +o +o +oo+o +o +o +o + o +o +o +o +o9 o +o +o +oo+o+o DR FENNERS Kidney BackacheALSO oo oo Co All of bladder organ Abo gravel female Dont become discouraged is a cure for you It nrcessary wrltn Or Krnucr tin tiai ipont a lifetime curing uit uckcktc err yours All cou ulta lou are FREE 4 t ST VITUS DANCE It U a meaning Utica 00010 +000 +o +o +o +o +o +oi 04o + o +00 o Get your 1 LongDistance Phone o o T o+o+ +o + + o9 o +o +o + o + supplies DIHI art hllalIwhatj EVERYBODY kidDer heart thetrheumatism laekacbn CureThere unbldurlnlnolJoulllpoutttVltuDancuAUINUUAHK C1oAkruuO BULBS PUyacintllll INarcissus Chinese Sacred Lily ICutF Richmond Greenhouses ooo Drug DleUfl artaarr dropsy propHichrnond 0 o +010 +o + 00+o +o +o +o1 = n = = 4 1HH11I +II1IH1 +II+HHHHHI1 IIIIHHHIHIIJo If its from CRUTCHER 4H4iIIHE1I4I EVANS ITS GOOD JI4+IH1IHIt II1+H1I1IHH11iI1f1l A full line of FURNITURE always oohandIWo invite our Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOPLIN8 old stand when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Richmondlaiight Buy Fresh Groceries IIOur lino of Groceries is always fresh We always keep a nice line of Prints mid Vegetables Our Diamond Brand Coffees Prices from 15c to JJBc per Pound Once used alwavsIuse- dBread is the Staff of LifeIGet R loaf of Mothers Bread or a sackof Snow on the Mountain Flour 1 Jmt 40t THE CITIZEN rI I u r THE SCHOOL Tits CITIZEN promised to give some recitations and songs for school exhi bitions and below we give tho fifth and last installment I Song RIIIrrltEItae lie spin The 1r tie ting A lu star learn Your 1111 v tbra1 out and in Orow Ing like your mr 17 heart to bring Ai your rfnniiif dd ly bread to earn Learn to work and 1 yet low heir Same will grow from year to year you J gin Keep a cheer ful heart wlthlnl learn to pray Spin nlng on from day to day s SPINNING SONG Concluded inIa ak pin Spli laale ifa lu da dog Sing lot slag I8mg IM pie tarn Lea nlawslohxtrs tHlHlHHlHlHlHHt t The Home JBNHIO LESTER HILL BJItot +H11HHHH +HHMK c SUGAR fjWo do not often think of sugar na ti food But it is not only a food pleasing to tho tiuita but one of tho brat loons for providing hoat and on ergy This is why active children cravo sugar and candy no much morn than older people Sugar diftriolviM easily and in thoro fore easily digested in small quanti ties In too InrgtHjunutitios it is like ly to foimoiit in tho stomach and to interfere with tho digestion of other fools It Ialllo likely to ferment in tooth and start decay unloa the mouth is washed out after naticg candy or sugar Because of Ita easy digestibility and IU great energy producing valuo it is one of tho boat fool for those having I hard muscular work to do Pure candy lump sugar or cakes of nwoet toIas a a long march Trainers of boat crows leave also found it valuable Dont bo afraid then to give it to children as a part of their regular diet but do not overload their stomachs with it or any other food Now is the time lot parents to BOO that their children are well clad and kept in school till tho close of the term School trustees must lookout for making the Bchoolhouses comfortable Let us all make a resolution just now that wo will have the schools begin earlier next year it is so much bettor going to school in July than in November But it is a great chance to go to school in Novenboi Dont PlS It z TOMATO SAUCE AND BICE One cup of strained tomatoes ono tablospoonful of butter one tablespoonful of flour Heat the butter and lour togother pour in cold tomatoes and cook four or five minutes Mix this with plain boiled rice until it is saturated Turn it into a buttered bakery dish cover with buttered 4crumbs and brown in a moderate oven HfHWrhHHlWrHIlHJ The Farm CIIBBVBR MASON Editor tStUS HHIHlIlHHHH Farm Notes Pigs and poultry ore profitable A chubby sow makes a poor breeder Tim manure heap is never benefit tot by drainage Milk for calves and pigs should al ways bo fed wnrm As a rule those crops pay exist that require the most care and nttoiitiou Cowpeas are second only to clover as a green manuring crop The fertilizing materials in the soil need to bo balanced as well as tit food of the stock Manure worked into the surface will BOOn gut low onough for deep rooter plants The valuo of commorcjal fertilizers depends on their containing thq ele ments which tho soil needs Bone meal decomposes slowly an therefore lits application is felt for sometime A fattening auimal of any kini should Dover liavo more food placed before it than it will readily at tip clean Industry and economy is a protection against harjl times the any secret combinations After an animal ie finished tho sooner it is marketed the bettor It rarely pays to feed for ji possible in crease in price In farming as in every thing else it is not tho hardest labor but the best directed labor that accomplishes tho beet resultseManure should never be scattered until it can be plowed under except on meadows where tho nitrogen com pounds which would form and escape on bare land will be taken up by th growing crop When manure is piled up during the winter it is well to scatter Kainito or some other potash over it to pro vent the escape of ammonia salts It is never best to apply it to corn or other crops in the hill Distribute i evenly over the ground and tho plan- plant roots will go into it If usod in large quantities on potatoes it may injuro tho crop greatly b causing scab CANAL TREATY SIGNED Ratification by Panamaians Is Expected Soon APPROVED BY PANAMAS MINISTER Brrrctnry liny ntul Knvoy Iliinnu Vnrlllu Alllx Signature to DOCII iiirnt Illglil to Pollen and fort If Bald to tin JnuilrdTcxt ut Treaty la Vllhliolil Washington Nov 19 Tho treaty providing for tho construction of tho 1ananm canal by tho United States was signed by Secretary Hay and M Philippe IlunauVarllla tho minister from Panama In the study of tho sec retaryTho minister from Panama arrived at Mr HnyH house promptly havlm made an appointment with tho sccrc tary for a conference Ho was sur prlBoil to find that the secretary had before him tho treaty engrossed In duplicate Tho secretary Informed M HunauVarllla that ho was ready to sign tho treaty Tho minister rend the document carefully and then he and Secretary Hay attached their slg natures to It Tho treaty In its text can not be mado public at this moment for two reasons i first because of tho unwrlt tun law which obliges tho state de Iiartmcnt to nwnlt tho pleasure of the senate In tho matter of publicity and second because tho president has not yet determined when tho convention shall be submitted to tho senate for ratification Ills present purpose Is to withhold It until there is reasonable assurance that Its consideration will not obstruct any of tho legislation for which tho present special session congress has been called The treaty consists of between 22 and 26 articles but the main points of the convention are contained In the first six articles The keynote of the treaty Is tho provision In one of the very first articles by which Panama cedes to tho United States whatcvo land or lands throughout tho republic of Panama this government shall find desirable In connection with the building or tho operation and maintenance of tho canal In addition tho treaty Rlvoa to the United States absolute Kovorelgnty over tho canal strip which It ta understood comprises between eight and ten miles on each side of the canal Within this zone the power of tho United sWos Is ns absolute as If tho zone were part and parcel of this country In general outlines the now Hay nuanuVarllla convention Is patterned upon tho failed HayHcrran treaty with tho exception that tho new con ventlon follows not only tho spirit but tho letter ofthe flpooner net Tins Instead of the lease for a fixed period of thin canal strip this new treaty provides for a perpetual lease of tin right of way to tho United States And Instead of n complicated provis- Ion for courts of mixed composition half American and half Colombian tc administer justice over the canal strip tho new treaty permits the United States government to exercise tho most comploto jurisdiction there upon Tho United States may fortify the line and tho termlals and It maj police It with troops Tho money consideration Is the same In tho now treaty as In tho Hay Herran convention with the exception that tho 10000000 goes to Panama Instead of to Colombia Tho treaty further provides that tho canal is tote neutral and open to all nations on even terms Twothirds of tho treaty concerns details of administration whirl while not necessary to tho om cacy of the convention will It Is bo toemany senate who hove picked flaws In the defunct Hay Hcrrnn convention IAppetI Fo Troop Salt Lake City Nov 23 Sheriff Vllcox of Carbon county has appealed to Oovornor Wtills to call out the state troops to protect tho coal mine hidby the United Mine Workers of Amor Icn Brigadier General John Q Can hon coiriraandlnK the State National conditionsIWell hag received a report tram State Coal Mine Inspector Thomas indicating that many r miners are beennonce between the miners and their employers Is roiqhJonorthe union The elate Mtoard Of arbitration has offered Its services Favor Annexation UnitedStatesration respecting St PJorre and Mt quolon becoming a port of tlio Amerl can republic has okeUed great inlcresl badITrade there is depressed and the out look Is gloomy Tho people are read to welcome any buUiement of tho fish prosInexatlon to tho United States finds much favor Bars Bible From School Lincoln Neb Nov 21 Tho BU promo court of Nebraska Issued a writ of mandamus against tho teacher of district school No 21 in Gago coun Bibletsome tlmo ago the supremo court de ciding that sectarian knowledge publicyread tho Bible and Daniel Freeman sued for a writ of mandamus THVrtDKUED IS TOWER Operator Wired MrMngit but Dlrd Before Naming III Assailant Klmlru N Y Nov 20W II Clen dcncn a telegraph operator at Brown Pa n station 1C miles orth of Wll llamsport on tho hooch Creek divis ion of tho Now York Central railroad was found dead In tho telegraph tower Tho operator at Sugar Grove received a message saying Send switch engine quick to me I am being murdered by = Tho wire opened and not another word came A switch engine was sent to the scene and reached Drown In a short time The body was found lying under the leek tho head crushed In A bloody maul lay on tho floor beside It Rob bery apparently was the motive tho watch and money of the operator be ing missing Clondenon evidently rec ognized his assailant and was about to wlro his name when he was struck dead at the key House Passes Cuban Bill Washington Nov 20 The house by a rising vote of 335 to 21 passed the bill to make effective the Cuban reciprocity treaty The dissenting votes wero about equally divided between Republicans and Democrats but there was no record vote tho minority having too few votes to or der the yeas and nays Tho Democrats under tho leadership of Mr Williams sought to tho last to secure amendments to the bill in accordance with the action of the Democratic cats CUB but wore defeated steadily Mr Williams made tho final effort when ho tried to havo the bill recommitted to the ways and means committee with Instructions to amend but a point of order under the special rule providing for a vote on tho bill with out Intervening motion was sustained Rabbit Shot the Hunter Philadelphia Nov 21 Martin Price living near the golf links at Northflcld took his gun and went out after rabbits One appeared and Price chased It until it disappeared In a hole Tho hunter laid down his gun got a golf stick and pushed It Into the burrow The gun was cocked all ready for Price to pick up and shoot Tho cotton tall camo out with a rush and Its first bound landed It on the gun Its forefeet struck the trigger and tho gun was discharged both barrel going off at once Price was In a stooping position his dog near him His two fingers wero torn oft his leg was badly lacerated and his left cheek filled wilt shot One of the dogs legs was shot off Tho rabbit Is still at large Two Deaths From Freezing Appleton Minn Nov 20Two deaths from freezing ore reported from Hegbcrt north of hero Iver Welden a prominent farmer whllo driving home from Appleton fell from his wagon while benumbed with from cold and wits found In the road so badly frozen that ho died shortly afterward Another man aged 80 living with his nephew Andrew Akre went out after dark to look after some cattle and wandered away Ho was found dead PrInt Shot In Duel Denver Nov IRev Felix M Lo poro pastor of Mount Carmel Catholic church and another Italian named Joo Sorlcl wero fatally wounded In n duel supposed to havo arisen over a card game they were playing in tho priests apartments In tho church building Father Leporo was shot twice In tho abdomen and once In tho face and Sorlcl was shot once In the abdomen Neither can recover Thousands of Sheep Perish Sidney Neb Nov 20 Passengers on eastbound Union Pacific trains report 50000 or moro sheep freezing to death Ih deep snowdrifts north of Cokevlllo Wyo qn the Oregon Short Lino Those sheep had been summer grazed In Idaho and Wyoming moun tame north of Cokevlllc and were being removed to the winter ranges of the Red desert In Wyoming when overtaken by tho blazzard Steamships Record Run Philadelphia Nov 1SThe steam ship Texan Captain Morrison of the AmericanHawaiian Steamship com pany arrived hero after a record run front Tacoma Wash havIng made tho trip to Delaware breakwater without stops for coal or water In 6C days and 4 hours She left Tacoma Sept 21 Her average speed was 10V4 knots an hour or about 250 miles a day for the 13998 miles Laugh Caused Tragedy St Louis Nov 19As the result ot- a quarrel which followed because some ono laughed when Martin OMcara ordered his son William to go to supper tho son shot his father and tho father difd The son Is under arrest William OMeara Is 25 years old He has played ball for tho Shreveport and Natchez clubs In the Southern league Bit Tongue Bled to Death Nor 1stoWD Pa Nov 21 George Wllletta a Redding railway conductor mot death to amos peculiar manner lie was stated la his trala making up his report when en englne atruck hU car the jolt causing him to blto his tonguo The loss of blood therefrom caused his death May Enjoin Lodge Boston Nov 19A suit In equity la being prepared by tho supremo lodge A O U W against the grand lodge of Massachusetts to prevent the lat ter body in withdrawing from tho SIl1 preme lodge This action was taken at a meeting of tho Massachusetts lodge Disastrous Flood Manila Nov 19A disastrous flood Is reported from the Cagayan valley many native houses tobacco planta tions and warehouses being destroyed r J = p J Abraham Lincoln Richard Yates Sr Ann Rutledge These three historic characters of the middle west lire prominent in our next serial ent- itledSPANISH PEGGYA STORY OF ILLINOIS IN PIONEER DAYS ttA By MARY IIARTWELL CATHERWOOD THE CITIZENS CLASSIFIED AD COLUMN WANTED TO BORROW MONEY for the 01 ton iva building projects of Bprei College in sums of five hundred dollars or more paying interest for six months or a year Inquire of Treas T J Osborne LOOM AND FLAX WHEELMrs egDereRcate with anyone having a loom or good flax wheel for sale A GOOD WEAVER understanding the weaving of given work at the Weaving House on Jackson Street H W Graham Berea College Fireside Industries Boron Ky- GEESEWill pay highest cash price J H Neff Main St Richmond Ky 121 TURKEYS GEESE and all kinds produce highest cash prices paid Berea Produce Co 11 5 FOR SALE TWO MILCH COWS fresh Jrse and Shorthorn W B Jones Ft Lick FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cis terns at very low price Berea College Brick yard TWO COMPUTING SCALES one meat and one grocers Terms to suit purchaser Call on or addra WB Harris Berea Ky FOURROOM COTTAGE Chestnut Ave 2J acres land with r two good wells and a good orchard Enquire of or write D N Welch Borea Ky 11 19 FOR RENT HOUSE AND LOT on Center stitet for renter sale Win located Ap ply to J W Hoskins 12 2 F G GALLOWAY FARM166 acre for year 1601 Apply toE T Fish 11 26 YOM SOUTH AFRICAN ww Jor using CbambrlalnCoucb R mdj Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says CoURhRamedpen you the following A neighbor of mine had a child just verybadcough suggestedthatChamberlains Cough Remedy and put some upon the dummy teat the- baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quick relief and cured the baby This remedy is for sale by 8 E Welch Jr II I I 4TH1S Is what often Mrs l her favoriteitstory Mrs Catherwood loved the simplicity of pioneer days In the west and around these three historic characters has woven a charming roImance The place of the story is New Salem III sod the time when Lin coln was keeping a store there and studying underitMinter Grayham It is A Story Which None Should Miss sad rrnimtxr IT WILL ArrEAR IN THiS urn WITHIN SflOIT TIME A At A A A ID- FORD IBLACIDRAGT FORl isnothingmorethan nod no hing les than vital sbg nation or death if not relievooIIf constipated could that he is IlowingIpoisonous filth to remain system he would soon get relief Constipation invites all kind of Headaches bilious ness colds and many other nil ments disappear when constipated are relieved Thcd lords BlackDraught thoroughly cleans out bowels an easy and natural manner without the of calomel or other vie lent cathartics Be sure that you get the origi nal Thedfords BlackDrauRht made by The Chattanooga Medi cine Co Sold in 25 cent and II 00 packages 1901IDraoebttoohlehly1keepltlnnihesaeall Its Jan never Pete soy rhlldreuIII siseveron Itrontof brine troubled with ronitlpitlon Tour medicine U lU that keeps me B McFAHUXD OFFER NUMBER TWO THE CITIZEN and the JOSHER both One Year for the Price of eTILEThe first number of TILE JOSUEB a 16 page monthly I jocular journal for jocose jolliers is just out and has scored a decided sucCess The trio of cousins Bruce Kirkpatrick Bruce Barton and Clark Hinman are tie editors and publishers THE JoSlnnI certainly fills a long felt want Tho subscription price for the school year is lOc however by special arrange ments both THE CITIZEN and THE JOSUER can be had for the price of Ton CITIZEN alone 100 per year This offer is good only until Deo 1 The lighter and more humorous vein of THE JOSUEB finely supplements the more serious and dignified reading matter found in TilE CITIZEN Send 100 to Jas M Racer Boron Ky at once and get the college jokes as well as the college news 1 THE CITIZEN JAMEfc M RACER Publisher DEUEA KENTUCKY JI BOBBY SHAFTOE In days of yam In baby lore J The lore of A H CI r There runs a thin of Shaftocn voyage Across the boundless sea Ills love wag true his eyes were blue Like sold thats Ilrcly spun Beneath his bravo tarpaulin hone His blight locks In the sun dayywore a xnnmans raid And buckles at the knee Jhl waters laughed about the craft That lore this sailor lad And ran and danced and upward tprans As though they might be glad Thy leaped In sport toward the port Whereat hi stool full fair Then hastening to the candy shore They klrrJ the white feet there- With uprafed hand feet In the sand- ith kirtlo red and white Sly the TJobJiy ShnHoes sweetheart stood And watched him pail from sight Tet never more In early lore Find w that sailor hay Nor know wo ought of what he did lira sorrow or his Joy nil ship one day sailed far away At striking of come hells A girl believed hn would return This only history tells Lnltetl Slates Magnzlnt A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY Dy CLINTON SCOLLARD Author ct Hn tArmTItSaa Try Clc Coryrllhl t71 by n LIPvIeecU Co All ricliti re ett CHAPTER XIV COXTISUKD Among the patronesses sitting not J far from where he stood Rossiter etijilpd the wife of one of the profes FOr a Andy who had formerly shown I him runny kindnesses and he crossed to speak with her Hn then found a seat about half way down the room In one of the deep windows Could anything be more blithesome more full of debonair life hp thought than the scene before him They were draining the clearest wine of the cup of youth these Ray dancers For an instant the floor at his right was nearly clear and ns his eyes traversed this space they fell upon a woman of middle age and n young lady sitting upon an improvised divan on the opposite tide of the room lit started as though touched l y an electric current Was Itcould- it be slid his vision not deceiver him lie sprang up but at that in slant two dancers swept between t him and the face on which be had suddenly become strenuously intent The dancers passed Yes he was not mistaken It was the girl he bad known ns Sylvia Dcnsmorc Ills heart gave a throb One of the ball committee Will hastening by a stu dent whom Kossiler had spoken with that day at the fraternity house KokMter seized him by the arm Can you tell rue said he who that girl la yonder Indicating the place with n nod The one upon the divan Thn student leaned forward so that lie could SIT between the spinning couplesThats this Ponsmore of llliea lie answered Would you like to be introduced to her Shes He stoppedamazed JloaRltcr had caught only his first words and was already making his way around the edge of the gyrating throng She was Mss Uensmore Ktlll A new hopI sang In his brain and his heart began dancing in rhythm to the violins lip was perhaps 20 feet distant when Miss Densmore realized tint sumo one was approaching and glanced towards hIm casually at first then with a quick amazed Inv 1enlnens He saw the color she had more than formerly recede from her M againSheTs Itis it possible she ex claimed Mr IJiissiter uponleershe extended She surveyed nt a glance his trimly clad figure Then you dcreivcd us after all clio ttnld with a shade of reproach in ma5JerodInNo no cried liossiter If you will permit me I will Miss Densmore seemed suddenly to recollect herself nail presented lion hadiAirs Densmore a refined low spoben woman IJosslter exchanged a few polite words and then at the daugh ters suggestion seated himself by 1ivanigitated nod as for himself his wits Fccmcd all at once to hove flown to the four corners of the earth Monroe Will my college be aft er a little heard hlmtelf saying thnts how it Ilappem that ho here There was n class reunion you know Im not in array as you bee but its co long since Ive been at a college ball that couldnt resist when I heard the music I didnt dream of meeting you I havent attended the college parties for n year or two Miss Dennuore replied and Its quite by- abuce that Im here tonight awl ma and I drove out with a couMn otImine from llulTalnml who Is to Mr WollTe an old Illlca friend Wolffe That was the name of Miss Densmorcs visitor the last night at the Mortons It wan burned deeply Into Kossltcrs memory But how strangely mistaken he hUll been An intoxicating elation seized him and then the music ceased He glanced eagerly at Miss Dcnsmores card which she was nervously fingering and noted that all save one of tho remaining dances were taken She caught his look and there was something nssurlup in her smile May I halts that he said point Ing to the unengaged dance Yes she replied softly still smiling and then aa exuberant senior rushed up and bore her away Kosslters eyes followed her with u gleam of rapture For a brief space lights music whirling figures wcro as naught to him He saw only the delicate contour of her face heard only the low cadence of her voice With a violent effort be shook off this waking spell and turned towards Mrs Densmore but someone had en gaged her in conversation and he wan free He slipped into a vacant win dowseat and watched Tar Miss lens snores reappearance Presently she floated byor so It stemcd to him nail after that only for nn occasional Instant did he lose IIltht of her So pleasurable was his occupation that he was not inclined to rail at time ns a laggard Could he not pos less his soul in patltuve for a few moments when so short a period be fore he had thought U wait nt the gate of the court of love n poor starving mendicant for n lifetime Doubt never assailed his heart what mindize wonderful thrill go through him and realized that at last he had risen ton complete mastery of himself Love working through one of the sweetest of womankind had wrought tho miracleThe music was silent when Miss Dcnsmorc placed her hand upon lies sltcrs arm but there were several couples promenading with whom they fell into line As they passed nn open window a gentle breero touched their faces and lifted ever so lightly the lace about Miss Dene mores throat Site glanced out into the night and Kossitern gaze followed hers How like the evening of the hop dance she exclaimed the moon light and the whispering of the leaves Do you remember Remember echoed Rosslter In deed I do There are some eeatb upon the campus he continued shall we not go out for a little as we did then Yes If you wish it she said In an ash cluster a few yards across the swufd and directly oppo site the gymnasium they discovered an unoccupied bench reaching from tree to tree- Rotsiter dill not hesitate did not now hang back did not trifle with his fate He hud done with indecis ion forever I wonder if you ever dreamed he began as they seated themselves that your cousin once interrupted me when I was on the point of telling you the story of my lifeand something else Miss Densmore did not reply- I would like to tell you the story now continued Uossiter that li if I may and then=But suppose J know interrupted Miss Densmore since you have as sured me you were not masquerading when I met you Suppose I have guessed It1 With her fine sensitiveness she thought to save him from what might be a humiliating confession He wad not however in a mood to spare him selfXot nt all he cried Why I waa an outcast a common vagabond Newer quite that she remonstrated But whatever you were you are your better self again You have conquered Conquered he repeated fervent ly yes to you my love to you Can you he went on his voice growing husky with emotion will you help InC to be the conqueror stillI will she answered simply and there was an infinite trust ante tenderness in her tone Their lands met and their lips Within the music burst into a jubilant air above there was a rythmlcal rustle among the leaves as the breeze wept them aside and let the moon light crown the final scene In B Ctr fiters regeneration THE ENDl A lard Worker Private John Allen who repre sensed a Mississippi district in con gross for several years but who was left at home two years ago by con stituents who thought he was not serious enough to be a successful legislator was in Washington recently on business connected with the St Louis exposition While in congress loin Allen was known as the wit Or the house During his past visit to Washington he was dining with sonic friends at a downtown hotel The hour was late and the conversa tion dragged Private Allen began yawning Finally he stretched out both arms and with a long drawn yawn he said Well gentlemen I trust go to my hotel and go to bed for I have some hard work to do la the moining Knowing Mr Allens aversion to work of any kind one of the party said Why John what work hove too to do in the morning- Oh drawled the Mlelleippiaa7 have to get up sin ors t By Jolm HRafteiy They were one of those trusting up todate young married couples who profess to scorn the oldfashioned weaknesses of time newly wed Al though they had been ono for more than a year they still hugged the be lief that their conduct on the honeymoon had fooled everybody into the notion that they were well settled man anti wife They didnt use dear nor sweet In addressing one another and In fact after 12 happy months they believed that their experience was at least ono emphatic no to the ques tion Is marriage a failure Kate salt Tom Klngsland to his wife at breakfast Cousin Horace Capt Horace Klngsland s coming down for Thanksgiving 1ou know how he treated us when we were In TorontoHe V grand thats what he was Tom she radiated pouring the cot fee with new zest lie was lovely to us and we must Thats what I was going to suggest broke In Tom Vo must do something for him Just leave it to me Tom And say Tom he must meet Martha DImvlddle Shes Oh there you go of course Matchmaking Why on earth cant a man have a good time without getting all tangled up with worn ThomasI to say why cant a man a visitor have a good allround time without being harnessed up with t lot of women ho never saw before and may never see again Now I dont think Horace cares for society My way would be toYour way would be to drag him round to a lot of theaters show him the stock yards and maybe get him a visitors card to that hateful club where ho might be tempted to drink name of those horrible highballs Mrs Clatter was telling us about You eeem to forget Tom with a sly shrug that it isnt much more than a =HE PULLED OUT POOfl KATES BUNCH OF INVITATIONS year ago I was a pretty successful en tertainer of bachelors myself I hope I Oh thats all right I dont mind your doing all you can but this thing of breaking out into society you know we agreed to stay in the back ground I cant afford the kind of a start we both believe in and There you go afie snapped Who said anything about a big society function You know I have four or five dear personal friends of course I mean girl friends who would fall over themselves to attend ever simple a party of mine Oh I dont know said Tom trying to read his paper sip his coffee and talk all at the same time Of course If you tell them that Horace is hand some young and rich theyll all come Most young women would They How smart were getting sneered Kate Then as he remained silent she resumed in tones in which a trem olo threatened the asperity Thomas Klngsland youre positively unbear ableShe got up and was flouncing out of the room when he caught her hand and saidOh here Kate Dont get angry You know I was sick and tired of these society people when I met you I dont mind Martha she la a corker but for heavens sake dont go giving a big party I wouldnt enjoy It Hor ace wouldnt and besides if you send out a big list the very people you care least for will come and the very best the kind we need will stay away Isnt that the way It always happens Thats Just what I was going to say If you hadnt stopped me with your horrid objections resumed the pla cated Kate My Idea would be a nice little Thanksgiving dinner here at home with lets say eight guests in cluding Horace It wouldnt cost Oh I dont care what itd cost If theres to be only ten of us but I dont think you can get eight young fonts together for Just a dinner and with married folks too They wont come KateThey will Tom Oh Martha might I dare say ypuve been telling her about Horace andto Yes I have I dont deny It said Kate sharply sure of her ground Theyre suited to each other exactly and If I can help matters along you bet I will So there gettinsppisealskin they all dont COHH not even half of that IT take the bet you rascal ehi laughed and all that day she was writing the most winsome little notes to four of her very dearest friends and tour of her most esteemed male ac quaintances Tom brought Cousin Horace home with him that evening and Mrs Kings land went on over him as fondly ala young pullet over her first click lie was a big sweetvoiced soldierly man with yellow curly hair and tho man ner of a boy Coming from the rigor ous weather of Canada ho looked very queer In his fur greatcoat cap and mittens for the day was almost warm They had a merry time at supper Kato was at her best and Tom de lighted nt the first chanco hed had Inn year to take a flyer with a man his wife could trust Kate dear ho said at last wink ing slyly at his cousin Horace has to go downtown to look after hlo lug gage It wont take us long All right Tom Ill trust you with Horare I know hell take care of you Besides want you to mall some let ters for methe Invitations You know Tom She slipped the eight envelopes Into his hand and gayly slapped him on the back The men smoked a few cigarettes In the parlor chatting with Kate be fore they started By Jove snorted tho Canadian looking at his fur coat in the hall Ill wear no coat Its a blooming tropical place Chicago Oh no it Isnt Horace chimed the solicitous hostess you must take a coat One of Tomlsthe raglan Tom Its too big for you and you can wear time top coat So they bundled Cousin Horace into time raglan and away went ho and Tom Mrs Klngiland was sure of her guests and incidentally sure of a new sealskin coat for she meant to hold Tom to his wager but Just thliamc she began to get a bit nervous at live oclock Thanksgiving afternoon when she noticed that not one of the seven young folks had arrived She remem bered explicitly having asked Martha Dlnwiddle to come early Dinner was to be at six and as she had rrvoUet no notes declining her Invitations she was yet confident but Tom and Horace oblivious of her growing misgivings were listening to her very latest and most glowing tri bute to the beauty wit and grace of Martha Dlnwiddle and the handsome Canadian well satisfied of Mrs Kings lands Judgment and appreciation was beginning to feel a yearning desire to meet the much vaunted Martha Six oclock came and struck without either of tho men noticing the change that was coming over Kate At 615 she was In a nervous tremor she made repeated trips to tho kitchen and at In tervals stood by the window watching the street Finally Tom pulled out his watch whistled softly looked up and blurtedDy Jingo Kate your guests arc either late or theyre not coming She stood before him ready to fly Into a rage or weep The tempest of her disappointment however re solved Itself Into tears and In a mo ment she was sobbing on Toms shoulder I didnt think theyd do It the heartless things she sobbed And Martha too the minx She at least knew that I had my heart t on this confounded dinner It was all out now Ton late to guard her mortification from Cousin Horace too late to evade the silent sarcasm of the waiting servants too late even to avoid the distressing scene before her guest Dut he as well as Tom came bravely to tho rescue Their loss not ours laughed Hor ace Lets eat up the whole dinner ourselves Im ravenous and excuse me Mrs Klngsland I dont know hut on the whole Im gladder to have our dinner privately together You know I never was a beau Ha ha hlyl So they filed out rather mournfully to the dining room Tom managed to whisper a message to his wife as they stood to let Horace puss and when she took her place at the table she was a little brighter for the knowledge that she was to have the seal coat anyhow The wine and meat the wholesome humor and hearty laughter of Horace gave zest to their merriment and be fore the coffee came on they decided to have an Impromptu theater party and make a night of It as Tom said Ho was half sorry a moment after he had awkwardly suggested that Impromptu things are always happier but Kate who noticed It forgave him with a look Out the theater party didnt turn out exactly well either for as the men were getting Into their coats In tho hall Horace said Aw by the way Tom Theres a lot of letters here in this box coat of yours that Im wearing I Intended to turn them over dont you know but pon my wordswi didnt think of It till nowAnd bo pulled out poor Kates bunch of Invitations Tom looked at her and she looked at Tom The letters had been In that raglan ever since the night she gave them to her husband They never told Cousin Horace what a mess of It rr had helped to make Kate torgave her husband butwell Martha Dlnwiddle hasnt met the Canadian yet Chicago RecordHerald Tkaakgtrtas Thanksgiving hath htr song cC praise tier hymn of gratitude and low As favored peopIts gladly raise New anthtm to the One above King Kulir Father Thou whose power lately In dangers threatening hour Gave not defeat but deigned to bleu In time of sorrow bent so near Veiling with hope the lonely way In our bereavements draped each bier Newly with amaranths toduy dive we our mete of thankfulness Labs Mitchell la Faro and Bars A Sweet ToothI- n rpfl oiisiblo for ninny aches and pains Hut whatever tho cnuwi of do ay it should be arrested and tho Teeth put in good condition Wo clone fill or extract tooth with out pain to tho patient Our fine bets of tooth at Fit nmdo on zyionit or rubber nrn absolutely per fect Wo gunrnutwt them Teeth extracted W cents The best amalgam filling 75 tents Special nc comtuodntions for patients from u dihtnuco who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson ORlrenit doer In Ion Oahu u IAJ Richmond Kyl il yorbmratnuaariehrroamuwIMttoRYrmnrh enS rrporton patretaucay SWIFT 6COreartts nj- 0pp us Patent Office Wtthlnetoa 0 C a stateytor want- wt rend fur lI g TELEPHOJIESComrkta Jah pan of rhene an- Irstr and IokM a na In e l laraw IIrran roUI araUry to- t41t wltbnnt- lnuw lrr u 1Jrtreai Ot rtii tbt a mmprle moat r iitelf and lb wilti Hi fWinxNo i iboe rr gar leanap lr iAi Wlr rI ITairiareear Dry ttlb tllIuot ra IIIttTAN C rAFr HoW UVIIOIYTItIIfG rlrllltU SMflWJirr8T rni MBM Ixrnrntr Kr h A Diinetroni Mnnlh This is the month of coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you catch cold easily t Find yourself hoarse with n tickling in your throat and nn annoy log cough it night t Then you should always have handy a bottle of Mal lards Horohound Syrup J A An derson JS I Wwt nth St Salt Lake City writes Wo use Uallardri Syrup for coughs and colds It gives im lupdinto relief Wti know its the best remedy fur these troubles I write this to induct other pooplo to try this pleasant and ellicient remedy Sfts Ms and 100 at last Iud Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Borcn College him tired n market for homespun and bomoivorcn goods such nil bod coverlids linen dress linnoy jeans blankets etc at follow lop price Cororlids S 4 to 16 Linen 40 to GO cents a yard Dross Linsey GO cents ft yard Jeans f0 coats a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dfea fI a pair White linsoy and white blankets are not in demand 0111on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 1i yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes- Anywomanwhowsnts to sell cover lids or homespun to Bores College should find out what the College vfBuU before beginning to weave or spin For Information apply In per Ion or bj letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham B rea Ky A Good Jfnln tIFrom personal that DeWiLts Little Early Risers are unequalled as a liver pill They aro rightly named because they give strength and energy and do their work with easeW T Easton Boerno Tex Thousands of people are using those tiny little pills in prof erenco to all others because they are so pleasant and effectual They cure biliousness torpid liver jaundice sick headache constipation eteTbov do not purge and weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by East End Drug Co I MONUMENTS Urns Mudslones Stttuarf Granite and Marble Workof all kinds donA in a tvorltnnnllkit manner at rea sonable prices and with ALLwork 1II1r soloed bynom GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky t ol HUlu and Cnlllni MtrwU VOItJI IIKSTItOYC- KWliitou Cream Vitriuifugo uotouljr kills worms hilt rumovcH tho mucus nnd sumo in which they build their nests it brings null quickly n htlilthyI condition of the body whom worm cannot exist 26c at Kant Eud Drug Co rrDR M E JONESI x DentistIt OOlce Over Inutiiic office Office Days Wednesday to end ol the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Pitted up Meat lion til and Lodging at popular price Stvouil PIt opHMit Court House Hichtnonil Ky R G ENGLE Prop Ilrniitirul Clfur attn Herbino exerts n dint iullumicn on thu bowels liver nod kidiiojx purify ing and strengthening those organs and maintaining thorn in n normal condition of health thus removing common caiiscof yellow moth vgroAHj skin and moro or lw of piinplt blotches nnd black hands fAV d East End Drug Co h u l 1 TillS IS THE TIME FOR 4 1 Winter j t D i Robesp Ilintin city of Richmond 1 Wo invite time public to call 1 and inspect our lin- erTHEY i 4 t RANGE IN 1 PRICEj j 150 to 1500 j t 4 t T J MOBERLUY 1 Main Street Richmond Ky J M +++ ttraIltt Hmrth 4 I M Mcllany Orotuvillo Tex writes Nov 2 1900 1 had rheuma tism last winter was down iu hat six weeks tried everything but got no relief till a friend gave mo a part of bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment I used it and got two more bottles It cured mo and I havent felt any rheu matism since Ican rocornmond Snow Liniment to bo tho best Hu- tment on earth for rheumatism For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgia jmius rub in Ballards Snow Liniment you will not suffer long but will be grati fied with a speedy and effective cure Y 2Bc Wo and SI at East End Drug Co OGG THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS Fruits and vegetables a specialty Bola agents for Banner Cream Drld OrIOSiTC l1CIUJUUs MILL I a nnTHE DARK I The dark cum out of hit dim retreat nilI1Y tt- Whetu lhn trvmlillng TwlITuht tied Atut the children caught In the edge or night HIHH homo with a thrill of tAr The Dark li comlnis they crlnj In right ItghtThatAnd the Dnrk pried on nod he gently ateppd- llis foes were n noft ne down 111XIIswept Par over the ri ting town ThpelillOr fTlumtMTxJ till dawn grew red tllldnyHe tied elnxleheadDidKattle winner In Youths Cominlon ROMANCE OF THE WEST Ilrirrnilnnl nl KnulUli nli IP man nnIOf all the strange situations In which scions of British nobility are often found there probably never hoe beet found one iu a stranger Position than young Will Jordan who today is chief of a band of Sioux Indians but whoso forefathers centuries ago were lords of Galllngcr In Mayo And not only Is Will a chief among the Sioux but ho Is a Sioux himself white chlcrlaI WILL JnitDAN Young Itl Cloud I n nnl In tin Tamou seaq shin Imlfbreed descended on his Indian mothers side from the bluest blood among the redskins from no less a per nonage than MnrjiwLutn Red Cloud tho most famous Indian chief of western history And on hilt white fathers elite tho young man ran trace his descent back to that of John DeCoumpy lord of Gallngcr who carried the Man lard of the Kngllsh and Irish hosU In one of tho Crusades and who In that battle on the banks of the Jordan river between the Christians and Sararcns was glen the name Jordan by the nnxllsh king because of his gallant conduct and prowess Tho ruins of Castle Jordan are still to be seen In County Mcath Ireland Tho Jordan family or al least a part of tho family came to tho United States 200 years ago and the father of young Will Col Charles Jordan drift ed out on to the great plains many years ago during the great Indian arsCol Jordans marriage to an Indian ELECT five toothpicks They must S bo as long as you can find and quite straight and without any Im perfectionsLay crosswise on the table Lay a third one on top these two such a way that It will divide the cross formed by tho first two Into two equal parts Then adjust the two remaining tooth picks across the ends of the others In and i a way that the complete arrange I ment shall be In the form as shown In Figure A of the picture where tho toothpicks ore depleted as resting acruis the foot of an Inverted tum I bler Now you must make the figure of the princess from which marriage Will Jordan was born Is ono of the romances of the west After reaching the plains Col Jor dan became a government Indian scout and In this manner became well ac quainted with Chief Red Cloud Later he snot Red Clouds nlccc WceWahhte Pretty and fell In love with her Jordan Sioux like a native and GIrI tongue the was carried on In that Rut says the Hrooklyn Eagle when the consent of tho old chief to the marriage was asked an utmost Insure mountable difficulty arose No white titan had ever been married to a Sioux princess anti It was necessary to get the consent of the entire tribe through tho chiefs And a grand council was called to consider the mat ter Red Cloud had become very much attached to Jordan In the years that the two had been known to each other and he used his powerful Influence In favor of the white friend so successfully that the consent of the tribe was hen with certain provisos Wee Washtc must never learn ono word ot English Sioux must be spoken In her household and in that of her children forever the children were to be per mitted to speak Kngllsh while away from the house but the moment one en tered the home Kngllsh must cease And although Mr and Mrs Jordan have been married 25 years or so Wee Washte knows no language but her na tive one Her children are well edu rated but they speak Sioux In their own home Some weeks ago Will Jordan on reaching his eighteenth birthday was given the name of Red Cloud nttcr his uncle It Is customary for an Indian to take a now name when about 18 years old The accompanying pho tograph of him was made at that time He Is wearing a scalp coat of the Sioux given him by old Chief Spotted Tall whose enemies scalps fringe the sleeves and edges of the buckskin coat All the scalps were taken from the treads of Crow Indians with whom the Sioux were at war for hundreds of years The exact number of scalps boInecessary while perhaps ICO were used Years ago these scalp coals were common but today very feat are known to exist 11lld IteatN nn the a A French scientist has made some Interesting observations as to tho love of different wild animals for the sna The polar bear he says the only ono that takes to tho sea and Is quito Jolly when aboard ship All others violently resent a trip on water and vociferously give vent to their feelings until seasickness brings silence The tiger suffers most of all The mere sight of n ship snakes him uncom fortable and when on board ho whines pitifully Ills eyes water continually and he rubs his stomach with his ter rible paws Horses lire very bad sail ors and often pbrlsh on n sea voyage Oxen are heroic In their attempts not to give way to sickness Klophants do not like the sea but they are amenable to medical treatment A good remedy Is a bucketful of hot water containing three and a halt pints of whisky and seven ounces of quinine Atnitfm Irepnml fur War Germany Is always making prepara tons for possible war This is one rea son why It so readily overpowered Franco In the last conflict In the war depart ment It keeps stock duplicates of all the bridges in the empire considered likely to be damaged or destroyed In case of war It also has duplicates of a great many French bridges and of other coun tries In which It Is Interested 3tany nrlnf Clipper Over 250 varieties of cheese are made In France Holland produces over 10 varieties Switzerland about 45 Italy 200 kinds and Denmark brands It TOOTHPICK INFERNAL MACHINE of in little demon Make the head of kneaded breadcrumbs or of wax The body ls made of a small cork The limbs aro trade of toothpicks or matches whittled Into the shapes shown In Figure C Figure U shows the complete body Having adjusted tho toothpick appa ranks on the foot of the tumbler place the little figure on the end of the middle toothpick as shown In the picture Now light a match and sot fire to one end of the apparatus When the flro burns to the point where the toothpicks are braced against each other the whole thing will fly apart with the effect ot x little Infernal machine and the flfiun will go hurtling into the Globe alrDoslooI HUM KILLED Freight nod Work Trains Col lide Noiir Trcinont ill TwentySix Victims of the Wreck Have Seen Recovered Most of Them Being UnrecognIzableOne Boiler Exploded Peoria III Nov 20 Talrtyone men wore killed and at least 1C Injured In a headend collision between a west bound freight and a work train on the Rig Four railroad between Mackinaw and Tremont Thursday afternoon The bodies of 20 victims of the wreck have been taken from tho mass of debris which Is piled 30 feet high on the tracks while flvo yet remain burled under a huge pile of broken timber twisted and distorted Iron and steel On a batik al the side of the track He tie bodies of tfie victims cut bride ed and mangled In a horrible manner So far 11 only have been identified tin remaining being unrecognizable Oven by those who knew them and are nnnro of the fact that they arc unions the dead All the duad and most of the Injured were members of the work train tho crews on both engines Jumping In time to save their lives The collision oc carrel In a deep cut at the beginning of a sharp curve neither train being visible to the crew of the other until they were within feet The enl neers set tho brakes sounded the wills ties and then leaped from their cabs this two trains striking with such force that tie sound was heard for miles around A second after the collision the holler of the work train exploded with ter rifle force throwing heavy Iron bars and splinters of wood to a distance of 200 feet Conductor John W Judge of Indian apolis who had charge of the freight trait received orders at Urbana to Walt at Mackinaw for the work train which wan due there at 240 p p Instead of doing this he failed tp stop The engineer of tho work train George Hacker had also received orders to pass the freight at Mackinaw and was on tho way to that station The work train was perhaps five minutes late and was running at full speed In order to make up time When about two miles from Mlnert and entering a cut both engineers saw clue approaching trains and realizing that it was Impose sible to stop they throw on the emergency brakes whistled twice nndthen leaped from their cabs The two trains both heavily loaded and going at full speed crashed to gether The collision was witnessed by Russell Noonan a farmers boy of 11 years of age who hastened to a nearby house and telephoned to Tre montA special train with four physicians was made up In a few minutes and In hose titan half an hour was on the scene At Uu same time another train arrived from Ickln bearing Superln tendent C IL Uarnard of the lug Four and threo physicians The second train brought a lot of Turkish rugs and these were utilized to carry out the mangled corpses tit the victims After working two hours the remains of 2t men were taken out and laid on an embankment near the side of the trackOne of the last bodies recovered was that of William Bailey of Mackinaw who had been thrown 30 feet Into the air and hbld In place by two steel rails which had been pushed up between tits engine and the tender of the work trainThe Injured were taken to the two cabooses of the relief trains where temporary hospitals were Improvised One caboose was taken to Norton while the other was taken to Tremont The dead laid on the bank nil night until the arrival of tho coroner of Tate well county In the morning The dead men are residents of neighboring towns and the scenes about the wreck Thursday evening were beyond de scription Wives and children of men who were missing thronged around Out of 35 men who constituted the crew of the work train only four are living and two of these are seriously Injured Foul Play Suspected Luvorno Ala Nov 20 Pope Brooks his wife and child and an un known man wore cremated by a fire which destroyed tho Brooks residence Wednesday night Tho charred re mains of the lour persons were found Thursday morning It Is thought no foul play was done but the coroner will Investigate Cold Weather Stamps Out Yellow Jack Laredo Tex Nov OTho cold weather Is proving an Important factor In stamping out tho yellow fever It tho present weather continues for a week It is likely that the disease will bo entirely stamped out Unprecedented Number of Entries plot Springs Ark Nov OThe Hot Springs Jockey Club stakes Just closed here have received the unprecedented number of 2630 entries to 13 events an average of 202 to each race tho largest entry list on record Varnish Manufacturers Organize Chicago Nov 20Tho Vanish Manufacturers association was organized here by a number of the lending var nish makers Tho sessions were se cret but those present declared that the association was formed for mu tual trade benefit Fifteen Hundred People Homeless Mexico City Nov OTho fire which started at Vera Cruz Wednesday at noon totally destroyed seven blocks of dwellings leaving 160 people homeless Nearly all the victims of the fire are poor FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Extra Session Washington Nov 17SenatoAmong other bills Introduced Monday wore the following Uy Mr McCum ber N IX permitting the use of the entire proceeds from public land sales QuarlesWlsthe timber and stone act and the com mutation clause of the homestead act by Mr Perkins Cal to amend the Immigration laws so as to exclude aliens over 1C years old who can not read and write by Mr Burton Innto open for settlement 505000 acres of land In the Kiowa Comanche and Aparho reservations In Oklahoma territory and for the purchase of a na tional forest reservation In tho South ern Apalachlan mountains by Mr Martin Va for the construction of a memorial bridge across the Potomac ArlingtonHousefair start on the legislation for which It was convoked In special session adopting a rule nnder which a vote will be taken at 4 oclock Thursday afternoon on the bill to make the Cu bun reciprocity treaty effective and entering on debate of the Cuban bill The rule was adopted by a warty vote with the exception that six republican members from Michigan and Califor nia Joined tho minority In opposition to the rule The democrats opposed the tale on the ground that It was drastic and prevented a vote being taken on any amendment to the bill while the six republican votes cast against It included opposition to tho sugarinterestsceded the adoption of tho rule was fol lowed by several speeches on tho mer its of the measure Mr Payne opened the debate In a speech whose keynote watt that the measure would not affect Injuriously sugar tobacco or any other Interests and was demanded by na tional honor and good faith For the minority Representatives Williams Miss Swanson Va and Robinson Inil made speeches criticising the republicans for their tariff policy and publicMrforeign commerce from higher fore eign tariffs unless we Initiate tariff reform and declared the tariff ques tion again would become an Issue Washington Nov 18Senate Messrs Cockrell and Dryden Tuesday presented to the senate an address from a committee representing the In surance companies of the country ask prohlbillongus Insurance companies by so extending the lottery laws as to make them applicable to those concerns and Senator Dryden Introduced a bill to carry the petition Into effect House Tho house resumed consid oration of the Cuban bill The notable Incidents of the day were the speeches of Mr Stevens rep Minn who spoke In opposition to the bill anti the speech of Mayor olect McClellan N Y Mr Stevens argued that the bill was a cruel blow at one of the most promising agricultural Industries of this country do1 that tho measure will Imperil our hit foreign trade Mr McClellan delivered his valedic tory to the house making an argument in favor of the bill during tho course of which he criticised the administra Lion of Gen Wood In Cuba Washington Nov 19 Senaho Among the bills Introduced Wednesday were the following Uy Senitor Platt Ct providing for the restoration to citizenship of American women who have married aliens when such women have become separated from their husbands and foreign alliances either by death or divorce by Senator Cal linger providing for the erection In Washington of a monument for private soldiers of the civil war The bill car ties an appropriation of 100000 HouseThe opposition to the Cuban bill was heard In the house and In vigorous speech The features of the day were the speeches of Mr Gros vcnor 0 who opened the discussion in advocacy of the Mil and of Mr Fordney rep Mich who spoke In opposition Mr Grosvenor spoke for more than nn hour during which he was frequently Interrupted by ques lions emanating from the democratic side Mr Fordney emphatically ex pressed his disapproval of the measure Ho made an attack on Mr Fran cis Thurber N Y and criticised Gen Leonard Wood In severe terms for paying money to Mr Thurber for distributing literature In the Interest of Cuban reciprocity two years ago Washington Nov 20SenateNo business of general importance was transacted In the senate Thursday House The house by a rising vote of 335 to 21 passel the bill to make effective the Cuban reciprocity treaty The dissenting votes were about equally divided between republicans and democrats brit there was no record vote the minority having too few votes to order the yeas and nays Tho democrats under the leadership of Mr Williams sought to the last to secure amendments to tho bill In accordance with the action of the democratic caucus but were defeated steadily Mr Williams made the final effort when he tried to have the bill recom mitted to the ways and means com mittee with Instructions to amend but a point of order under tho special rule providing for a vote on tho bill with out Intervening motion was sustained Mr Cannon received the result of the democratic side when ho entertained thin appeal from his ruling made by Mr Williams the speaker saying ho preferred to correct If ho erred at all in giving the house the right to ex press Its will Tho appeal was tabled by a strict party vote The debate he gun Monday was continued up to with in a few minutes of the hour ot 4 oclock the time appointed to take n vote on the final passage of the bill Machinists Will Return to Work Chicago Nov OTho machinists In the Inland Ctcel Cos works at hull ana Harbor who went on strike last Monday after protesting In vain against a reduction In wages signed an agreement with the company and will return to work Ten New Double Stars London Nov IThe correspond ent of the Dally Mall at Sydney N S W says that Prof Hussey ot the Lick observatory who has been camp Lag for several weeks at Canoblcs has discovered ten new double stars NEWS IN KENTUCKY FOOTBALLJGAME Kentucky University Defeated the University of Indiana Lexington Ky Nov university defeated the OKcntuCkrI Indiana In a terrific 16 to 0 The first half ended without either team scoring though Kentucky was twice In five yards of her goal She lost the ball on downs the first time and Indiana brought It back to the middle of the field Kentucky made three touch downs In the second half and kicked goal Indiana rrrado one touch down and failed goal Ken tacky made her last touch down In the lust 30 seconds of the game Goal was not attempted It being counted bit cause Indiana was off side TIMBER TO BE CUT Eastern Capitalists Buy a Large Acre age of Land Mt Sterling Ky JVov monc or the largest real estate deals ever made in this section has Just been consum mated A Pennsylvania company headed by Charles Ceclllon of Pitts burg as president and W L Chic holnr aa secretary and treasurer has secured a valuable tract of timber coal and oil lands In Jfagofflri Knott and1 Floyd counties This land Is said to contain an immense amount of walnut oak and poplar timber of the finest quality GETS HIS LIBERTY Grandson of Former Kentucky Govern or Pardoned In New York New York Nov 20A man sentenc ed to servo seven years In Sing Sing under the name of George Gilbert Out who was said to be the grandson of a former governor of Kentucky Is reported to have been pardoned after having served three months Gilbert was arrested with several others in a police raid on the Arlston baths in this city He pleaded guilty to a seri extremepenalty Invitation to Beckhams Inauguration Frankfort Ky Nov OThe execs Live committee of the Frankfort citi zens who have in charge preparations for the ceremonies Inaugurating Gov neckham into office for another four year term Issued an open invitation to all Kentuckians to be the guests of the people of the state capital on that occasion Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Nov OThe mar hot was firm and satisfactory on both new and old Thursday Old burley ranged from 5 to 1425 the latter price being brought by red leaf Now burley sold from 350 to 825 Tho sales of burley were 245 hhds Only 5 hhds of dark were sold Claims of Dr Hunter Louisville Ky Nov ODr W O Hunter said Thursday night that he had been elected congressman from the Eleventh district by 90 votes ac cording to complete returns received by him Hunter says the ofllclal count will show that he has been elected by from 400 to 500 votes Man Seriously Stabbed Newport Ky Nov OThrco men had a desperate fight at Eighth and Brighton streets As a result one of the men Michael Russell was stabbed In the abdomen and seriously wound ed and both the others James Con cannon and Grinner Coughlin were battered and bruised Whole Family Wiped Out Louisville Ky Nov OThe family of John J Blair has been wiped out by smallpox Four members have died at the eruptive hospital since September 10 Three others who fled are reported to have succumbed to tho scourge Ir Chicago Ky The Indictment Defective Frankfort Ky Nov OThe court reversed for a new trial the case of Johnson Hied from Pike county flied was given a life sentence for criminal assault and secures a new trial because the indictment failed to charge that the assault was committees felo niously Poison Killed Him PaducahTCy Nov roJ H Green formerly of Nebraska but for the past year of Paducah was found dead amt Is supposed to have taken for his heart medicine which killed him He hail been lip for several days and was about years olu 7iree Years Imprisonment Stanton Ky Nov 20 Albert Kll len of Rosslyn Powell county who has been on trial since Monday for tho killing of Caswell Bowen of Fll son this county has been found guilty ajid sentenced to three years Impris onment Jack Meglone Died of His Injuries Lexington Ky Nov torJack Me gloitc who attempted to board a Paris Lexington interurban car while It was running at full speed Tuesday dint Thursday night as tti result of In juries received Ten Ducks at One Shot Hodgcnvllle Ky Nov 20 Milt Sullivan of South Karl title county claims that Wednesday he found a flock of wild ducks on his pond and firing Into them he killed ten at ono shot Civil War Veteran Expires Cloyds Landing Ky Nov 2081Ewing a prominent citizen of Green Grove and veteran of tin civil war death after an illness of six weeks IsI widow and ten cuUlceu survive him f Chamberlain Cough Llemdr te plcofaal la Tak The finest quality of granulated Joel sugar in used in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup making it qUlto pleasant to take Mr W L Roderick of Foolesville Md in speaking of this remedy says I have used Chamberlains Remedy with my children for CoughIyears and can truthfully say it is best preparation of the kind I know of The children like to take it and it has no injurious after effect For sale by S E Welch J- rFarmers J National Bank Richmond Ky Capital and- Surplus 180000 I We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pre S S PARKES Cashier 04 Cured or Pile after4Ojr n t Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors and sdollars could do him nolasting good DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cured hinvpermanentlyInvaluableforcuta burns bruises sprains lacerations eczema tetter salt rheum and allIother skin diseases Look for theIname DoWitt on the packaleallIothers aro cheap worthless counter tells Sold by East End Drug Co tr We promptly obtain u 8 and Foretell Send madeMketcti free How ts8dTRD pbooUIDnnUOl1loi A Bemnrkabl Ce One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E FennerMarionInd who was entirely cured by the use of On Minute Cough Cure She Th coughing and straining so weakenIme that I ran down in weight from 148ito 92 pounds I tried number of rem edies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough CUre Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the coldstrengthened my lungs and restored me to my normalweight health and strength Sold by East End Drug Co Orders f- wRegal Shoes Watch and clock repairing ar tk specialties of William abop Agency for H A N Liuatfrp Take alt your trouble to hi Work guaranteed EARLY RISERS THE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaundice Dlttlneis and all troubles arise Inp from an Inactive or luegbh liver DeWllts Ultle Early Risers Ire un act promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that Ills a pleasure la tike them One to two act U a mild laxative two or four act U pleasant and effective cathartic aiare purl vegetable and harmless They tonic the liver T U1 DEAIEI SUff IT PIIPOIB tl- C C DWilt A Co CHicattfo J y y oc r rTHECITIZEN 14 RUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed- ChronicI IIII cases to thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslong sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the t feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemScotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the timeTheres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Be sure that this picture In the form of a label the wrapper of every bottle of Kmultion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and Si all druttliU HOLDING INQUEST Explosion In Ferguson Mine Caused Loss of Eleven Lives Connellsvllle Pa Nov 23When the books of the company were con suited to determine the Identity of the dead and injured In tho explosion In the Ferguson mine It was found there were 21 men In the mine at the time of the explosion Ten bodies were taken from the mine of the 10 Injured one died and one man Is missing whoso body is supposed to be still In the mine Coroner Arthur F Hagan of UnIon town went to Ferguson and viewed the bodies as they lay in the blacksmith shop and summoned a jury 1ofInquest Coroner Hagan says he t will not hold tho Inquest until some of the injured men at the hospital re cover Strange to say only one of the bodies at the morgue was disfigured All the other bodies were In good con dition and scarcely a scratch could be found on them Indicating that death was due to suffocation The officials declare that no fire exists In the mine but this is not es tablished as it Is believed the fire is burning farther back than where the explosion actually occurred Storms In Germany Berlin Nov 23 Communication by telegraph particularly west of Han over has been interrupted by a gen eral storm All of western Europe is at present indirectly connected with Berlin At Franktort0n the Maln all the streetcar traffic has been stopped and trees have been uprooted A new tour story building with the sur rounding scaffolding has been demol ished at Chemnitz A tug sank at Em den one man being drowned Several lighters were sunk on the river Ems i and it Is believed that numerous lives have been lost Seven passengers were seriously Injured by the derail ing of a train tZeehausen Received With Derision San Juan P R Nov 23Unlted States Senator Newlands resolution Inviting Cuba to become a state of the United States upon terms of equality with other states of the Union and providing that Porto Rico shall be come a province of Cuba has been re celved with derision by the Porto Rican press and public Reciprocity between the United States and Cuba finds general commendation In this island few believing that It will have any bad effect upon Porto Rican In terests The action of President Roosevelt In recognizing the republic of Panama is approved everywhere Withdrawal of Fleet From Beirut Washington Nov 21Rear Admi ral Cotton commanding the European station has been authorized to leave Beirut with tho flagship Brooklyn and the cruiser San Francisco and Is ox pected to sail in a few days for a cruise in the Mediterranean prepara tory to coming to tho United States to take part la the naval maneuvers in the Caribbean about the end of De cember The withdrawal of the Amer- Ican meet from Beirut Is made with tho consent of the secretary of state on the general ground that there Is no longer any necessity for their reten tion In that quarter Killed by Train Owingavllle Ky Nov 23BenBranbam aged 21 a brakeman on tho Norfolk and Western railroad while visiting his mother at Carter was thrown unjox a train and killed 4 BRIEF AND TO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Crusade Against Consumption Ovn n Score or horses Burned In Hun vllle Kite Colonel Itiilclllln Spent Fortune Searching For Mite Safe Blowers Carnival FIndlay 0 Nov 21 Thieves en tered the general store and postofflcc at Deweyvlllo anil took nearly 1000 worth of merchandise and money The safe was blown open and stamp and money taken After leaving Dow eyvllle the thieves proceeded to diet more An attempt to blow the safe In Thomas Thltts saloon there wrecked the entire building leaving but one wall stadlng A hardware store next door was also badly damaged At MP Comb about two miles east the safe In F C Webbers grain elevator was also blown open The thieves se cured In this raid 40 cents and some papers that were of considerable value to Mr Webber There Is no clew Lost Fortune In Search OwlnRsvllle Ky Nov 23Colonel John T Hatcllft of Carter county aged S3 Is dead of cancer of the stomach Colonel RatcllfT spent a fortune searching for the famous Swifts sit ver mine It Is believed his mind was affected by his long search He had In his posseslson a number of old land grants and spent large amounts of money In an effort to sustain them The defendants In one suit were no numerous lhat the suit was styled John T Ratcllft against the world Firemen Under a Cloud Louisville Ky Nov 23The fir men charged with looting in the Masonic temple fire will appear before the board of public safety It Is probable that at least three of the men will accept dismissal from the depart meat without a hearing Further evi dence of wholesale pillaging was found The stores which were in the fire were examined and the loss from the stealing will amount to a great sum The looting may affect the In suraaceFormer Kentuckian Pardoned New York Nov 21 A man sen tented to serve seven years In Slug Sing under the name of George Gil bert but who was said to be the grandson of a former governor of Kentucky Is reported to have been pardoned after having served three months Gilbert was arrested with several others In a police raid on the Arlston Baths In this city He pleaded guilty to a serious charge and was given the extreme penalty under the law Crusade Against Tuberculosis Louisville Ky Nov 23 Suspicion that cows in the herd at the Central Kentucky Asylum for the Insane were diseased with tuberculosis was found to be a certainty when the lungs and intestines of four animals were exam ined The cows were killed and one look at the condition of the lungs showed that they had tuberculosis In an advanced stage The Inevstlgatlon means the beginning of a crusade against consumption in tho state Called Off Wedding Parkersburg W Va Nov 23 Noah McGraw a stonecutetr from Fayette county arrived here on hIs way to Randolph county to be married He met some very friendly man who took several drinks with hint and then stole his pocketbook con taming 500 McGraw complained to the police and wired his Intended that tho wedding could not come off as he had lost tho savings of years and could not afford to marry Held to Be an Accident Frankfort Ky Nov 21The court of appeals decided that the Union Cas ualty and Surety company must pay the 5000 accident policy on the life of William IL Goddard of Louisville who accidentally shot himself while on a hunt In Greene county The Insurance company resisted payment on the ground that Goddard committed suicide but the higher court says It was not suicide but an accident Masonic Temple Burned Louisville Nov 21Flre destroyed the old Masonic Temple building lo cated on the corner of Fourth and Jef ferson streets The third floor is oc cupied by Hopkins theater which was totally destroyed Other losers Include the J W Fowler Drug com pangs store and several offices The loss Is estimated at 200000 Spark Caused Big Fire Danville Ky Nov 23A fire which started in tile livery stable of Rice Denge caused a total loss of 18000 with 3300 Insurance Twentyfour horses were burned It is believed the fire was caused by a spark from a pipe owned by one of four Carey coun ty men who narrowly escaped Indictment Faulty Frankfort Ky Nov 21The court reversed for a now trial the case of Johnson Rled vs The Commonwealth from Pike county Rled was given a life sentence for criminal assault and secures a new trial because the Indict ment failed to charge that tho assault was committed feloniously Hunter Elected Louisville Ky Nov 21 Figures whIch are said to be official show that Dr Hunter was elected congressman The vote was W G Hunter 0207 D C Edwards 0084 J D White 4458 Confederate Veterans Reunion Louisville Ky Nov 19The ex cutlvo committee of the United Con federate Veterans decided to hold next years reunion in Nashville TellD The tate will be decided later I 0011 + HI I I I I In I I I 11111 I HHt + I I zxrr I+H +I 11 zz Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed in full by the writer The same is not for publication but as an evidence of soot faith Write plainly t1ItI1tHifti HHIHHI+IJJIII + II1iIIllJo Berea College is providing extra rooms for HhuUuts for winter tern Send one dollar and engage a room There are also several deairubl houses already furnished with stoves bedsteads tables and chairs to rent to families who have children to edu cate Two dollars deposit required in engaging a house Address T J Osboru Treasuer Berea Ky MADISON COUNTY NOTE Mr Andrew Garrett who has been very low with consumption is thought to be improving The young people of this place met at the Bobtown schoolhouse Sunday night for the purpose of organizing singing class Mr Cleve Roberts has returned from a weeks visit with friends in Fayelte CoMr William Clark and family leave within a few days for Indian Territory where they will make their future homeOur Sun dayschool has lost its superintendent We would be glad to have another to fill his place If not our Sunday school will no longer continueMr Claud Fortune of Hamilton Ohio and Miss Mollie Flinchun of this place were married recently and have gone to Hamilton for their future home Miss Sudio Roberta spent Saturday and Sunday with her teacher Miss Lucy Hayes of Big Hill BEATTVVIUE Miss Alice Brownlow of Mobile Ala sister of Mrs W H Parker is hero for the session Miss Brownlow is very muaical and will be of much assistance to Miss Brooks our music teacher Mrs Lizzie Johnson ol Paducah Ky has como to take charge of the laundry and the pri mary grades Mrs W H Parker is at her post of duty again after a short sicknessThanksgiving day is to be a gala day An industrial congress will bo held and topics of interest to all will be discussed Prof White of Richmond will be one of the speakers Students have found out that the rules of the school will be rigidly enforced Our school must be on the highest order and this cannot be without perfect discipline Obed fence is our watchword HICKORY PLAINS Misses Maggie and Pearl Adams Eflje Coyle and Dela Williams spent Sunday with Sallie BushMrs Em ily Barker has been very ill due to her fall from a fence last week Nettie Isaacs of Whites Station is visiting lola HarrieMr and Mrs Joe Ad ams and James Adams spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Walter Tisdalo at Whites Station Misses Lizzie and Pattio Maupin visited Mrs Dela Smith at Whites StationMr Tom Mc Keehan and family Mrs Green and daughter Flora of Big Hill and Howard Maupin spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Kiah McKeenan Miss Anna Bengo was the guest over Sun day of Miss Lillie McWhorter near Brassfield John Fortune and family are expected back from Louisiana next weekMrs June Armstrong and Mrs Lizzie Maupin of Richmond Ky spent Sunday evening with Mrs Bud Bush WALLACETON Mr and Mrs Ike Guinn entertain edquite a number ol young people at their home Saturday evening Nov21 in honor of Mrs Guinns sister Miss Mattie Keen of Illinois who is here visiting Miss Martha Weaver who has been in Mansfield for a year returned home Sunday Mr Edgar Broekman of Big Hill made his brother Ebb a flying visit Sunday Mr Sol Taylor of Illinois is here on a visit and intends to spend the winter with relatives and friends Mr George Rogers is on the sick list this wookMr Green H Gab bard and wile of fowlers Mill 0 who have been here visiting his parents returned home last weekMiss Mary Baker of Springfield 0 is hero visiting her parents Mary Gabbard spent Sunday night with Misses Luoy and Sallie Cade- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Rev J F Phelps of Cartersvillo preached at Fairview church the sec ond Saturday and Sunday of this month Rev J W Lambert of this place assisted in a protracted meeting at Hummel Grove last week andre ports a good meeting J H Lam bert wont to Boron on business last wookMrs Pattie Montgomery of Snider Switch visited your correspo dent MondayMrs J W Lambert viflitedihor sick father last week Jim Wren is visiting ip this neighborhood this weokAnnie Poynter visited friends at Rockford Saturday and Sunday ROCKFORD Misses Bessie Liuville and May Todd visited Mr and Mrs W H Stephens SundayJ M Buller had a corn husking Friday Tho Misses Todd visited Bessie and Nora Liu villo Saturday ight T C fiats and daughter Beulah visited friends in Berea Saturday and Sunday Mrs W R Stephens and little son visited Mr John Guinn Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY OABBARD The beautiful anowllaken which fell lit Wednesday morning and the Ice frozen in tho streams Thursday morn ing warn us that winter is fast ap- proaehiugThe farmers have boon in a rush to get their corn gathered before cold weather begiusElmer- Gabbard has been sick this week but is now convalescent Albert Moore who has been in California this summer returned last Sunday lie seems to be in good health Leander Bolin has moved to Simons Creek Mar garet Moore has added a new kitchen to her dwelling Simeon Reynolds and wife of South Boonoville visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Leander Reynolds and Mrs John Huff of Leslie County visited relatives at this place and on Buffalo Sunday and Monday Sev oral fat hogs have died in this neigh borhood this week The owners were the causeJ L Gabbanl wife and little daughter visited at Leaudei Reynolds Monday and Tuesday The debating society organized at Grassy Branch with A J Chandler J P 0 C as chairman is proving helpful and interesting Clinton Hall is hauling a raft for R H Green Gabbard and New Hope baseball teams played an interesting game at Boonoville Saturday The score stood 15 to in favor of Gabbard Gab bards pitcher showed great skill in curving the ball He struck out 21 of Now Hopes men McGuiro pitched for New Hope and did well on the straight ball striking out 11 of Gab bards men Both teams played hard and treated each other with generosity and respect MASON COUNTY NAYS VILLE Miss Julia Young being absent on account of sickness Mrs L D Hen derson substituted as teacher in the Fifth street school during the past week Rolla Pettiford of Augusta spent Sunday with Dr Stevens and wireTho members of the Plymouth church aro holding a revival Revs Harris of Midway Hawthorne of Lexington and O Nelson visited the High School last week They made pleasing addresses to the school We are glad to know that the Rev N H Talbott is much better Rev E Combs took charge of his pulpit Sun day morningJACKSON COUNTY David Isaacs whohas boon in jail at Indianapolis for the shooting and killing of a negro was acquitted and is now at home The people around here are undecided as to who will represent them in CongressThe public schools in this county will soon closo and some of the teachars are asking where would be the best place to attend school this winter but a large number have made up their minds to attend Berea Your corre spondent thinks it a wise decision Teacher in district No 23 is planning- a nice entertainment at the close of her school We are satisfied people who attend the entertainment will en joy themselvesTeachers who have poor seats and an unpleasant school house site would do well to visit schoolhouse in district No 59 and see what an industrious teacher can do Parents when your public schools close what are your children going to Io7 In my opinion every parent is responsible for the way in which his childrens minds are employed and the parent who fails to have his child drens minds engaged in something useful and instructive will hue made a groat mistake and will be hold in account for it Lets have our boys and girls in school this winter J e ANOTHER CARLOAD Why do WEBER WAGONS sell so well P Because you never saw one broken down Because they are all goodones Because they cost less than others BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE 11 ETCI 11 GET ONE See our BARGAINS IN BUGGIES BIOKNELL EARLY Berea Ky h JsJa Biaiinamaii WellMlectad istock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry 4hMh hh+ N This space has been purchased by The Students Job PrintIPrinters of The Citizen i h + h 11 00000000000000000000000000o iCorn Cobs Coal Wood or Trash will keep a good fire nil night in i i 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