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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c dttII1EttItiIIIIt11IIfI1tJAMES Editor end Publisher Enltrtd at fAt Pod ifflet al Btrta Ay a second clou mailmailer +HIHHIHHIIIIHHIII VOL A Family MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 8 1903 One dollar a year NO 21 IDEAS- A lonelier is not a taskmaster A fine house done not of iUolf tnnko a pNd homo- GoodchotT is the hearts couatnnt 1apriogtimo TAKE NOTICE WinterTerubogins WetlnoN dRY December 1O Road our few norial story Spanish Piggy which begins In this number See announcements pages l3 anil 8 This week wo take pleasure in sub milting an educational number for your conpjdernlion You cannot help leading both tho pictures and toIL of our supplement and it may load you to take the most Important of your lifo FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho condition of tho Czarina Is i causing alarm in St Petersburg The Hoods in the Nova Valley in Russia aro tho worst since 1R21 Emperor William of Germauy withdrew his offer of a cup for n trans Atlantic yacht race in 1001 Under tho act of capitulation signed at San Domingo a now Presi dent will bo installed Fubrurary 27 The German Antarctic exploring steamer Gauss has returned to Kiel after a successful expedition in the vicinity of the South Polo Tho trials in the condition of Alger non Swinburne tho poet who lima been seriously ill In London England with puoiiuiouia has now passed and his friends hope for his recovery The Junta at Panama lost no tinioI in ratifying the now Canal Treaty It has sent word to Minister Varilla that tho document will bo signed 1VaNhingtonoby American colonies iu cities in var ious parts of tho world Thoro won a notablo banquet In London Eng laud at which WJ Bryan was tho gust of hOD orIJ The Chinese Empress Dowager Las made a vow to spend a largo sum of money for now temples and other good works if her gods will alt her in a satisfactory settlement of the i Manchurian question and the Kuan Si Province crisis IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Gen Rages envoy from Colombia has arrived in Washington Francisco Manutos commissioner Irom Bolivar arrived in New York Thursday 1 t Fire nt Now Orleans destroyed tho t plant of tho National Biscuit Com pany valued at 522r 000 guardedrYork Friday I Madamo Patti will make no con tract to sing for loss then J5000 per contort and wont appear until she gets the cash Grover Cleveland in tho Brooklyn Eagle says that his determination not to again become tho nominee of his party for thn presidency is unal conclusiveJresolution ask the Union has I boon the subject of several debates in the Senate The republican Sena tors Lodge lisle and 0 H Platt op posed the resolution Congress is still in extra session because of the attempt of the Sona store to postpone tho vote on the Cuban reciprocity bill until December 10 and because of Speaker Cannons that Congress shall not adjourn until it has ten action on i the measure for wl 4 it was called in extra seanlon- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Mrs W P Warren and Miss Mor ris were burned to death at Central City Ky Miss Irene Gibbs of Sturgis Jty was burned to death Her classmates wore her pallbearers Dr W C Roberts president of Centre College of Central University died at his home in Danvillo Friday Aa effort to consolidate Kentucky coal mines along the Queen and ft Crescent is being made by J S Stearns of Ludington Mich A big demand for Kentucky corn has been created by the reentrance cilytI H Jarbx1 who left Bardatown in 1838 has written to his brother Basil Jarboo of Louisville his absence of sixty five years He left Kentucky under the mistaken belief that ha bad killed a many rnoidents Ollic- o1nl Ci1ege THE CITIZEN HHHH +HHHfr4 dtltfllllhltHZIH INVITED Grand Opening of Industrial Building Speaking in the Tabernacle Friday night Dec 4 and Saturday at 10 A M Inspection of Building and Machinery Saturday from 8 to 10 Distinguished Speakers from Abroad Good Music An Uplifting Occasion III+IIIIH+ S1II1ttI1ItiHitttHFl11 1It ul utrxeus tetneul tltlKneul ae lteut ul t FAILSr kJwGatherlIngIn December of last year a Pastors Sunday school Inttituto won held in laorlaillo About f00 pastors and prospective pastors woro in attendance and ten States were represented This year December 1518 it is to bo repeated on a much larger scale Teu of moat noted Sunda y school ourI Including Marion Lawrence Int Sfcy Dr H M Hamill Dr B Spiltuan and Mr W C Pearce will be present and mako addresses Surely no pastor can afford not to como While tho Institute is espec icily for pastors all Sundayschool workers ate invited and expected A rate of one faro plus 25c for the round trip has been granted Pastors will be entertained free providing their names bo sent In by Dec 10 and we are recommending to Sunday schools that they send their pastor and pay his way They could not possibly make a bettor investment For program and full particulars address E A Fox Room 19 Louis yule Trust DId Louisville Kentucky A Promise Redeemed To the Entertainment loving and LycQumsupportiug public I havo a word tosay Last spring I told Borea citizens and college students that the patronage given the Lyceum Course justified putting fifty dollars more U to the course for this winter More than that is being done This ought to mean the beat course ever given in Berea I assure you that I believe overy dollar is being wisely expended Look at the magnificent list of attractions 1 Jan 1 Montavillo Flowers now recognized as Americas foremost Monetarist coats twice as much as when he wan first here Jan 10 The Tyrolean Yodlers This musical troupe from the Bavar ian Alps dross in native costume play the Alpine Zither and sing the home songs to the delight of all who hoar them Feb 11 Dr Eugene May of Wash everyStatedeEcriptionMar 7 Parlette the Bill Nye of the platform today who makes laugh warms your heart and sends you home a tatter man MagloCompanyers wonderful performances last year may expect a now and improved program BurgessHunter25o each Season tickets lL V Dodge RKADY Ion A LYNCHING NfRrofB Who Killed Prominent Stan Cnpturrd by ClllzciiR Shreveport La Nov 30 Uncon firmed reports from Belcher La whero Robert Adagcer a prominent planter and busings man war slot down by negroes Saturday aro to thQ effect that three of the negroes hue Neon caught and Identified and by this time have doubtless boon lynched Flvo negroes were Impli cated In the shooting which will prob ably result fatally The three men caught were cap turcd within 10 miles of Botcher and the other two are moving across the country In the direction of Desoto parish with two largo posses In hot j pursuit Tho negroes caught near Dolchcr were placed In concealment at tho latter place by citizens In order to prevent the authorities from react lug them The citizens made no con cealment of their Intention to lynch the negroes as their crime was a particularly atrocious one It Is Impos sible to get In communication with Belcher and the fate of the negroes Is not positively known Mr Adageer was shot six times while trying toI quell a street disturbance I Wanted For Coaling Stations Panama Nov 30Tbe newspapers of the Isthmus are asking the govern mont of the republic of Panama to occupy and establish sovereignty over tho Islands of San Andre ProvidenceI and Albuquerque as well as other smaller Islands In the Caribbean sea in longitude 84 degrees u the terri tonal limos of the nsw republic lie between longitude 79 degrees and 84 degrees The department of Bolivar though bounded by the 78th degree of longitude has hitherto exercised con trol over the Islands where English only Is spokon The newspapers pro pose that the government shall nego tiate for the transfer of the islands to the United Statue for use as a coaling Will Ratify Treaty Panama Nov 27Tho junta com posed of Joso Augustln Arango Tom as Arias and Manuel Espinosa held a meeting all the ministers of state and councillors being present and unani mously decided to ratify the canal treaty so soon as It Is received here and authorize Minister BunaVarllla officially to communicate the Juntas decision to the United States govern wont The decision of the Junta was received with great joy throughout tho Isthmus without distinction of parties or classes Rear Admirals Walker and Glass have been Informed of the action taken by the junta Stops Train to Rescue Boys Madison Wis Nov 28 Engineer T Cleveland of a Chicago passenger train on the Milwaukee road rescued two boys from drowning In Lake Mo nona The train was speeding across tho lake when the engineer noticed the boys struggling in the water Quickly bringing his train to a stop ho cut the bell cord from Its fasten ings threw It to the boys and pulled them ashore They had beon skating and broke through the Ice They were Philip Scovllle and Harry Mueller sack aged 11 yejrs rl 00000001o o 0- I Get Your I a Moneys Worth aI I o o othat such is not the o best values at the lowest possible prices o i Our Dress Goods Dept our line of Fancy Wash Waistingso They are beauties Selling from 25cts to Q per yard 0Besure to examine our lino of Qual o Price will please you to Ky o TWO HOUSES and LOTS in laceton Madison County Ky Five miles south cf Paint Lick three miles and one half west of Berea Said lots have about one acre of land in each lot good comfortable dwelling houses six rooms to one house and eight rooms to the other all plastered there is also a large roomy storehouse sufficient room to handle a good stock of goods and also a splendid locality to sell goods Three churches are almost in sight of the place one schoolhouse within two or three hundred yards all together making this a very desirable place to live an excellent place for a good doctor and the people would be glad to see him come These lots can be bought at low priced and on easy terms not sold between this and January 1st they will be rented for the coming year Anyone wishing to buy a pleasant home will do well to call on or address E B WALLACE Berea Ky DR L do Dentist OfllCtt with Dr P Oornellui Brot sway at- Reaae Kr Hour for DeuUl Work 900 a m to 200 p m TIME KEEPERS I Dnya lolilMkee er at the righl price They lace you money and are non utitfaciory I Oun are guaranteed Write for catalogue or call IRION CIRARDET A CO lOiTttt Kukit IrtSrrCt If ltd by p Pooglaa SlorttA an t lhe bes- tebodealmV ererywhen W rarTtUl The ennlne luTcWI II Donglai II name and tore on- tottom Q tneturw Psi lane 5051 I Ire alra mi=15UK720 Pairs Povuit la four tiatl T v lkuu ea nhdll more mens 3t11 aud34Ohoos than au other two man ufifturtri In the worM W die by allo wllli psno 51U4 other unkr are fumed to Ie lust as H Thor wilt outwear two pain of ordinary S3ad and 53O shoe Nods of fhs Drat Irathen Including Patent Corona KU Corona Colt nod Mat onnl Haiioaroo f tf f 1r KjlHi 4 H j RUri lies rue W U DouiriM saoo eat Up XJn cannot bquall tI Mhur6 v mall I o oa For tale by R R Ire uu lx be sure to one of on of Arkra nrt Mw aanMttaln tte Iw iifaHl I J- w IIHII 1111 1 I I I 1 +11 101 Educational 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Illimit It It II rruurit IndIthat nt wad f nnl 1111 epouwlr until JIM sot 141A roralilirt tub of I IIr rat taenttampAd I ISTEVENS onI9C- hlroln ARMS fasts Ii MUM TOOL CO AN OUTFIT of eyeglasses or spectacles is not ex pensive but the good it will do is incalculable Better pay the cost of a perfect out- fitI and get perfect satisfaction than try to save money by purchasing cheap glasses They are never suit ableWe have modern high class instru ments for TESTING THE EYES and can obtain accurate data which enables us to fit- EYEGLASSES AXD SPECTACLES that aro suitable in every way T A Robinson and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Open Every Day With a full supply of BEEFFORKrMUTTON DAVIS MEAT MARKET Opootlte Blcknell A Ktrlyi Berea ICy I East End garbs Shop North of Printing Office Shave lOo Hair Cut 15o Shampoo IBo Razors sharpened IBc to 250 R B DOE Proprietor tooeoeoeooo- a o Get Your- Moneys oWorth0 o o somei Optician FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on handat TnETHONK JOES No 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 matter what price you wish to youOurinrsures a well selected stock toJchoose from 1 Mrs A T Fish BEREA KY J The Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women and equally cele bratod makes for Men and Boys are found at Rice Arnold Richmond Ky A Great Variety 1- OF ChristmasNovelties nd Specialties for useful and desirable Xmas presents may be found at East End Drug- Store T I i 1 i Jam I k CITIZENiJAMES M RACER Publisher IcBEREA KENTUCKY DAY OF A THOUSAND YEARS For a thousand years In Thy tight are but ea yesterday whin it Is past and as a watch In the nlghtIralm And one star calls to another l The full strains of a tone Till the deeps of lip ace glow with Its glare And ehco It full Strong whirling out of the silent world of world arpfarv an onward rush through ttt endless ItAhush a day Is a thousand y sts one star sings to nnother sun holds speei with sun Vhlle the drifting vet jf a Urcr pale Shows another world begun But we count time by a dawning Or mark by n twilight fallr i Tet the stars sang out when the years are f gone And what are we slur all Irhe words and the hopes and doublings joy and the dreamland dread And the puny live In the puny hive 1Whtre toll Is done for bread A a night and another v A round of the spinning ball JL sigh aud a smite for the brief tit wlUIt And what are we alter And one star calls to another A song we may not snow Calls a distant win to a dying sun As the ages come ana go l And we mark time by a minute tfarpI are gone And a tiny a thousand years Chicago DaKy Tribune t JOKEi2Jy- LAWRENCE I HENRYi iCorri leu ma t11111 fIN71uL Coj I JnHA HA HA a good jOktlndeed1 laughed tHe guy flashed his brilliant black eyes upon face of his pretty companion And eo you have promised that halfsilly yokel Jose to be his wife How the clown will squirm when he finds out what game the charming Bonita has been having at his expense Bonlta laughed too and her voice was like the rippling of a brook while her oval face took on the innocent expres don of an angels Ah it was such fun she lisped I wish you had come with less noise for then you could seen him down on his knees here haveI grass before me co ering my hand burning kisses as he blubbered out his t gratitude at my acceptance of his suit For one moment the handsome face of Hernandez convulsed with an ugly cowl then realizing the absurdity of It he responded with affected indifference Oh well the caresses of even a shepherd would fill in the gap for some women Why you dear angel can you think It was anything but trort for me I burstlderness With this Bonlta coquettish j ly entwined her velvety arm about his t neck Does my noble Hernandoz think I do not know the difference between a gentleman and a clod Parbleu he answered pettishly I am almost as much a fool as he to Und in your playful pastime with such m numbskull anything id ruffle me Then suddenly appreciating the proxim ity of his affectionate sweetheart he Im pulsively drew her closer and pressed her inviting lips with a fervid passion ate kiss At this Instant there was a rustle of the cactus bush near by The leaves parted and exposed for a second a livid face a pair of eyes that seemed to spit the venom of a snake And then it was gone but not before the lovers had seen Jose gasped Bonita It looked like him replied Hernan dez alto somewhat at ease your continuedilaughed again and proceeded with their billing and cot ng It was in Sonora that province of Mexico famed in story and romance where the glowing sun makes Lotharios I or Othellos of the men coquettes or nuns of the women Hernandez was the son of the owner of a hacienda Just out of the village While his career had been a checkered one he was considered the most eligible match in the valley Ills amours were notorious and many a poor maid had came to regret his con descension in choosing his favorites but he was handsome dashing rich and few could resist However Bonlta was wise in her day She was not the belle of the village for nothing Though her father was merely a saddle maker her beauty grace and wit gave her precedence over many higher born She had a beautiful olive corn- OPINION OF AMERICAN WOMAN EmclUh Writer llolilii llrra Daairer ou AnnriliUt nnil Srrn lliiBctr to ClrllU lon American woman is declared to Ie a dangerous abnormal type in an article by H U M Watson published re cently in Nineteenth Century From the writers point of view American femininity is little better than a whited sepulcher The character of the American worn an of today he says is a product part ly at rvrlal modification and partly of the social conditions of a commercial age We have many opportunities of studying the American woman for the Has undertaken to annex as much of EJrope as 1irac able and has suc ceeded very fairly It is considered by the taste of the Jay quite credlt v able that soiiie pork packers dollars from Chicago should buy a coronet In tulayfa1r- t 1141cor11 as a connueit a tartar Perhaps that Is why be soon grew to really love her and offered his hand In marriage nnd Donita coquette that she was really gave her heart with her hand Still with a nature such as hers she could not forego the opportunity to trifle with the emotions of the other sex and when she found that poor Jose a common peon showed signs of an honest ardor she led him on until as a climax to her numerous caprice she promised to be his wife Joso was by no means a weakling because he lived so much of the time as a tender of sheep on the mountain side or a fool because he was big ano brawny and uncouth Nobody seemed to consider him seriously however as he had never done anything for people to fear or revile him He never disputed quarreled or fought did nothing but mind his own buslncpg hence was regarded a simpleton and a coward His love for Uonlta was not generally known or ho would likely have been made a butt of the village for his presumption but with all his doglike devotion ho managed to have no one understand but his hearts idol After the episode In the shade of the cactus Just narrated Jose was not seen again in the town Hernandez and Bonlta told with much humor and gusto the rich Joke on Jose and the towns people laughed with exceeding Glee at a Joke that was a joke The time for the nuptials of the hap py pair drew near The marriage of the only son of Don Elzerez del PIo the wealthy ranchero of the valley to a humble maid even were she the belle of the village was an event Indeed Preparations on a scale never before known were made for the happy occa sion Bonltas humble neighbors blued their forces with the comII showing a gentleman that it was only the great ones who could do things right And the expectant bride what happy days they were for her in all the turmoil of making ready Finally the momentous day arrived The ceremony was to be performed in the little church with extraordinary pomp and dignity There were decora tions bridesmaids flower girls galore A bishop had been sent for but he had sent word he was so the old Padre BOXITA WAS TilE FIRST TO REACH 1S SIDE secured a new cassock for the service At last the hour drew nigh High noon was the culminating minute Assem bled before the little church door the merry crowd was at highest tension in anticipation No one would enter un til the bridegroom made his appear ance He was to ride his horse in from the hacienda unaccompanied a custom of the province It was almost 12 oclock but no Hernandez The vener able Don was there and likewise other members of his family and still they waited The hour passed Bonlta with anxious face and all bedecked In bridal robes climbed a little mound near by to look afar Suddenly she clasped her hands In Joy In the distance way out on the mountain slope she saw a hcrsa with a rider coming and then the crowd saw and a shout went up Nearer and nearer it came but how slow for an Im petuous bridegroom Soon they could distinguish It was Hernandez horse and then they could see Hernandez himself But why did he walk his horse and why in such deep meditation Uonlta was the first to reach his side stretching her hand eagerly up to his Suddenly she recoiled with a shriek of anguish The horse stopped the crowds med awestruck nobody moved It was the old Padre who stepped forward to the silent rider One glance told him Hernandez was dead Propped in the saddle by some ingenious device the horse had carried a corpse to the wed ding Looking closer thY priest saw pinned on the breast of the lifeless man a scribbled bit of paper There was a single line In poor Spanish Somebody cried out Read It aloud The priest read This is the Joke on Jose The American woman is claimed by her admirers as being independent but she Is more than that she is anarch- Ical The state has been built upon certain sociological facts as a founda tion The American woman Is destroying these and with them therefore the structure of the state as it exists now Evidences that Amer can women are deliberately turning their backs on natural laws have ac cumulated of recent years It would seem that while the American man unnaturally devotes all his days to moneymaking the Amer- Ican woman as unnaturally devotes her days to pleasure Whereas the savage woman acted as a beast of bur den to her lord the American man works like a beset of burden beside his triumphing lady Unless American civilization alters it would seem to be doomed Nothing makes a nan appreciate a job like being out t one tor a tlmta N J Back to the Country By DR JOHN MERRITTE DRIVER Prominent Chicago Divine mIll HSE days of want and vice and crime in all our great cities growing out of the waste and superfluous populations- of every great city there is urgent need of some virile voice to cry aloud in the twin names of patriotism and Christian ity Back to the country and for the people in every great city known to every priest and preacher to every officer and charity worker to every philanthropist and almoner the refusal to heed the cry and profit hy it should be reck oned as little short of a crime With vast areas of farm land millions of acres yet un tamed to the plow pleading for tillers with millions of farmers vainly hesccching for hired help with thousands of operators in mines and forests and shops and factories in the smaller country towns offering the most generous wages where the cost of living is reduced to the minimum with the almost illimitable empires in the west and soull west rich with opportunities for the poor man to acquire a home and competence of his own and from henceforth be nhsolutely independent of the world and of time and circumstance with potential fortunes Awaiting every sober industrious selfrespecting son of toil thousands still beg in Chicago other thousands live hy crime alone if Such a mis erable existence can be called living other multitudes eke out a pitiful and woeful livelihood alwavs within las reach of the pitiless tooth and claw of abject nakedness and stanatio others by close and often humiliating economy get along fairly well until thefirst strike or shutdown or sickness or accident and then go to the wall Rags and pauperism ominously present every where shabby gentility patch ed and darned and half starved yet putting on a bold and laughing front tnd though practically penniless and in debt to landlord and gro cer and everybody that could be coaxed into granting them credit prat- Ing about the advantages of city life and yet out in Gods country the green fields and blue skies and rippling brooks and laughing flowers and singing birds are fairly riotous with loving and bcsecchingjnvi tations saying Come hither from the race course and gambling house and dance hall and house of drunkenness come out of slum and back alley and dingy tenement and neighborhoods reeking withall that is evil and degrading come hither out of cities overcrowded and malodorous and find for yourselves and for your children houses of your own acres of your own society at once simple and inexpensive anti yet selfrespecting and ennobling and religion pure and undefiled and in close touch with God and abounding health and happiness and substantial prosperity surpassing even your fondest anticipations The great God who ordered Abraham out of Mesopotamia into a strange and far country but to a country where wealth and honor awaited his honest toil and conscientious thrift is calling and saying to all such as I have been describing Get out Get away Breakaway from the city with its grinding poverty its multitudinous temp tntions its pitfalls for your sons and daughters and its ever alluring temptations and extravagance and prodigality and crime In the blithe and beautiful country I have made you are wanted you ire needed and you will be welcomed and rewarded There fortune till smile upon you and upon your children and upon your childrens chil dren And wherever it is whether on the plains of Kansas and the Dakotas in Missouri or Nebraska or in the vast and opulent and prac tically inexhaustible south and southwest for your own sake and for the sake of your family go True Dignity of Manhood By REV CHARLES C ALBERTSON D D Pastor First AL E Church Germantown Ohio nERO worship is one of the redeeming traits of manhood The world admires courage wherever and in whomever found The world little imagines the genuine heroism that is hidden in the breast of the common man A structural iron worker on a Philadelphia building sacrificed his life in an attempt to protect a passerby on the street below from death by a falling girder A miner in West Virginia carries a box of dynamite from a burning warehouse and saves the in mates of a dozen homes from unsuspected peril An ordinary tramp plunges into the river and rescues a drowning man A weaver in a carpet factory starves himself in order to save his wages to send a blind sister to a Berlin oculist A deserted wife wears out her strength in a vain effort to keep her children clad and fed A young woman turns from the prospect of a desirable marriage that she may comfort the declining years of an invalid mother The fact is the world is full of heroes actual or potential here mdthere may be a craven soul that hides whcn fear comcth but the most of us arc capable of nobler things than we have dreamed of Herein the true dignity of manhoqd the capability for sublime behavior Opportunities for the spectacular display of courage may be rare but the tasks and trials of common life demand the heroic prin ciple the courageous soul We sec it in the man who cherishes a hopeful view of things in spite of present discouragement in the one who confronts defeat with unbroken purposes to persevere in him who bears with patience the innumerable ills of time and in all who face the future with unfaltering will to make the best of their appointed lot This is not fatalism but faith It is not stoicism but heroism No Success Without Work By RT REV JOHN LANCASTER SPALDING Bishop of Peoria Success is the making of the most of life Men may appear successful to the world but still not be successful unless they are true to themselves Mens success is to be judged not by what they have but by what they are Work is truly indispensable to alii success as it gives life its worth It is a blessing to be compelled to work Men who do not work lose the real happiness of life and meTf who do their work with a love for it have the most abiding sense of happiness The conditions of the classes have changed in the last few centuries and the advancement in machinery has made a wonderful difference in the methods of working When sods conditions accustom themselves to their advancement in machinery and other inventions a vast progress will be made as these inventions are the work of the mind and consequently willed by God Men siitfild take more time to think should devote their spare moments to study to the contemplation of good books and pay lees attention to tlicaUrs dUfipations and other forms of pleasure which do not tend to better their minds t JESSIES GOODNIGHT llrr tnt Urrrllnu llrr lnllirrr- iiuulit III Drllt rrnnpr from tin luloklcilllliu enl Good night papa They were the words of a blueeyed child as she klsncd her chubby hand and looked down the stairs Good night papa Jessie see you in the morning- It dune to bo n regular thing and every evening as the mother slipped the white nightgown over the plump shoulders the little one stopped on the titalrsanll ang out Good night papa and ns tho father heard the silvery cents of the child ho would come and taking the cherub In his arms would knee her tenderly while tho mothers eyes filled and n swift prayer went up fur strange to say this man who loved hits child with nil the warmth of his nature had oii fault to mar his manliness From hula youth ho had loved the wine cup- Gcnlal In spirit and with a fsclna tlon of manner that won him friends ho could not resist when summoned by his boon companions Thus his home was darkened tho heart of his wife bruised and bleeding and tho fit lure of his child shadowed There load been three years of the wlimnno prattle of the baby as she crept Into the avenues of the fathers heart keeping him a little clover to his hone Rut still the fatal cup was In his hand Alas for frail humanity How could this father be saved Ills love for his child though It deeply af fected him did not win him from drink But God with unutterable ten UOOlJ M JIIT TAIA SOL OBI FRoyl Tilt STAI1UJ derness could not see him perish He knew how this father might be saved Calling a swift messenger lie said Speed thce to earth and bring mo the babeGood night papa sounded from the stairs What was there In tho voice Was It tho echo of tho mandate Bring me the babel A all very plaintive sound It was n lingering music that touched tho fathers heart as the breeze touches the Aeo lian harp Good night my darling he said but grew pale Is Jessie sick mother Her cheeks are flushed ami her eyes have a Btrango light Not sick Oh I hope not and the mother xtoop d to kiss the flushed brow She may have played too much Pet Is npt sick Jessie tired mamma Good night papa Jessie see you in tho morning That In all sho is only tired said the mother al she took the small hand wltlu another kiss and tho father turned away But his heart was nOt satisfied Sweet lullabys were sung but Jessie was restless and could not sleep Tell me a story mamma anti the mother told of the Blessed Babe that Mary cradled following along tho story until the child had grown to walk and play The blue wldeeycs filled with a strange light as though the saw and comprehended more than the mother knewThat night the father did not visit the saloon lie tossed on his bed start ing from a feveflsh sleep and bending over the crib as the long weary hours passed Morning revealed tho truth Jessie was smitten with tho fever Keep her quiet tho doctor said A few days of good nursing and she will be all right The words wcro easily said but the father saw a look on the sweet face such ns ho had never seen before He knew tho messenger was at the door Night came Jessie Is sick cant say good night papa anti the little clasping fingers clung to tho fathers hand 0 God spare her I cannot bear It was wrung from his suffering heart Days passed and the mother was tireless In watching1 her babe cradled In her arms Her heart was slow to tako In the truth Sho did her best to solace the fathers heart A light case The doctor says Pet will soon bo well she said Calmly as ono who knows his doom the father laid his hand upon the hot brow looked into tho eyes even then covered With the film of death and With all tho strength of his manhood cried Spare her 0 God spare my child and I will follow Thee With a last painful effort the parched lips opened and the little one said Jcsstoa too siclt cant say god night papa In the morning there wiu ft convul save BhuiWcr and the clasping fingers relaxed their hold Tho messenger had taken tile child Months have passed Jessies crib stands by the side of liar fathers couch Her blue embroidered dress and white hat hang In his closet lies boots with tho point of the feet Just MI she last wore them are as sacrtd In his eyes as they are In the mothcrv lie thinks of her as not lend but merely risen to a higher life while sounding down from tho upper stairstho seems to hear the words Good night papa Jessie see you in thefmorning angel words that have been the means at last of winning to n better way one who had shown himself I dead to every former call National AllvocatetA Ororrrd llcrntr I the flrtICure of the tire In the 11urida MrlriipulU The evidence showing the extraor dinary extent to which the drink curse has undermined the social physical and moral welfare of the people In overwhelming All In a ixwltlon to Judge am as one In the opinion that the great mass of the people have no conception of the ravages which the consumption of drink especially the cheap and llOun- ous kinds IB making upon the physi cal and moral condition of the people through the weaker sex A doctor with a large practice In the suburbs told an Express representa tine that grocers licenses are among tho greatest curses of the age I havo traced ho sold many cases of nice holism among women to this court The evil begins with tho grocers cease and In a short time tho public home In lJitronlactlfAnother the medicated wine the trade In which line vastly Increased during the past few years Scores of people who would not touch ordinary wino or spin ask If they may take a little of somebodys medicated wine It Is nothing but ordinary wine which a dru has been added It Is my firm conviction that the toIref such wine cultivates and In 0 cases awakens a craving for In stronger form- A member of a public body In West Ham showed an Express rrpreiu nta tire round the liNt parts of the bur ough on Saturday night The pawing of welldreMcd women In and out of public houses of the better typo was continuous A visit was paid trwhat- is an admittedly well conducted ho- In the saloon liar were U persons 5 of whom were women In Killing six girls with young men evi drolly sweethearts If you saw what I have won everyday of my life said a head toaster of a board school In the East end you would hope that the children sent away by tine Fresh Air fund would never rome back If wo could only take the children out of the atmosphere In which they are compelled to live there might Itc some hope for them With public house at every street earner where boys and girls play ev cry night for want of a better plate what wonder It It thai thn scenes or drunken fighting women dull their perceptions and lead them to look upontydrunkenness aa one of the usual urea of their existence London Express PUBLIC HALL FOR DRUNKARD Itlert Trniirrnnrf Profile Ail of I w nvrl IIwn for llrforoj la- Thrlr Taiin- Frlende of temperance at Kleff have hit upon a novelty warm comfortably equipped halls In three different quarters of tho town for persons found in toxicated In the streets The pollen have orders to carry such persons to these halls and not to the stations Koch hall Is divided Into two sections one for mien the other for women They am unties the control of a doctor who sees that the guests nre properly attended to until they become sober when they are liberated These halls are open to the public at all hours the theory being that nobobdy but a confirmed drunkard will risk being teen by his townsmen lying drunk In a public hall The halls have been In use a month and have sheltered Intoxicated persons The average time required for becoming sober was ten hours TEMPERANCE BREVITIES A strong breath reveals a weak head Hams Horn Bishop liartzell says that TC percent of the demoralization of natives of Africa In their home life and character comes from the use of strong drink and Rev Charles Satchell Morris declare that no fewer than 2000000 savages die ever year as the result of the traffic Dr William Goodell Frost presidenttof IJerea college IJerea Ky In recently upon Feuds In our southern iighlandfi said that It Is the common relief of Judges that have tried crlmlnnltt Ifor murder that 95 per cent of all these killings are performed under the fluence of the whisky bottle A1 number of young men were one Jiy sitting around the fire in the waitvingroom of an English railway talkingi about total abstinence voclctleg Just then a policeman came In with a prisoner in handcuffs lie listened 10 tbo young mens conversation but did not give any opinion There was also in the room Mr McDonald a minister of the Gospel who hearing what the young men were saying stepped up to the po Uceman and said Pray sir what have you to say about temperance Well replied the policeman allIbavo to say Is that I never took a teetotaller to York Castle prison In ray life nor to Wakefleld house of correction either Ii it PLAN FOR HOG HOUSE t Ailvlrr to n Knrinrr Who Viinln to- Itullil n Striirluri In A room julodnte left Anliunli It Is dlfllcult to plan n hog house wharf JUlio U known of the conditions r governing It Is nwumcd that It Is the purpose of thr builder to grow and fat t ten 100 hogs per year or In other words that he is likely to have 100 hogs averageiassumption It would hardly do to plan a building Iran than 32xCO feet on the ground Tho building should stand north anti south If tho lay of the land nnd other buildings will permit so as to Ret HUnahlng into each pen nt some time during the day If tho building cannot be no placed It will bo bent to make It narrower and AUItAMQKHKNT OF HOG HOfSK loepr with only one row of pike aid tfewe on tho toulli side with rNd11l1 alleys on the north Sun uhlHe Is at eMontlal to the healthy growth of hogs ns It Is to the growth of corn unit no effort should be rpireit to provide plenty of it A wide house standing east and wet may be Ilghtod by having the north side of the root three or four fret higher at the ridge than the tenth side and windows built In between This planinsurmwime untight In each pen At least one foot of trough room should ho allowed for each hog If the house U divided Into ten pent each 10x14 feet with four foot alley through the center It will accom modate thn full number while fatten log Twelve or 15 brood sows will be required to retie 100 pigs and the ten pens will be none too many during the farrowing mton- U cir corn Is used largely In fatten ting tabor will be saved by removing tho slides between the pens using three or four on one lido for a feeding floor and the other side for sleeping quar tern If this suggestion Is adopted a pftMago two feet wide should be pro vided acrom the end of the feeding al icy Reserve pens are tutii kept for More hogs slid brood sows and the full amount of trough room can be used The construction of the house will de pcnd largely on the amount of money that can be put Into the building A rmrnt floor and cement troughs are mlvltable The floor should slope to the ouUlde for free drainage and should always be kept well bedded dur ing cold weather Drop siding over 2x4 Muiidlng makes a suitable building It h sB umcd that the corn crib can be hullt close by which is better than to make It a part of tho building as tho Meant front the animals U likely to jure the flavor of the grain One pen nuy be Inclosed entirely to use as a feat room where mill feed Is kept nod It wilt often be useful for n farrowlna pen for early pigs The posts should be elfiht feet high and Toorcd to provide fitorngo for bedding above the sleeping pros OutsMc pens or yards should be built nlio K means will permit access being nude to them through a sliding door 1fromeach pen A good sized window be put In for each pen also and movable partitions or at least sliding eonrenlenrllittle is stated in regard to the amount of money to be used and as to personal preference only the general features are- glvcnProt Andrew Boss In Orange Judd Farmer TIMELY STOCK NOTES Broken straps about the harness quite often lend to broken bones in 1Drcaklng colts Is a great deal like with a sick roan One must attend strictly to business No ncp iiitijf on duty- Somcflmcfl a hit of Uiffy goes a good wnyw toward making a man do his best Cows are just so Kind words and gOd treatment count for a sight Ever try it Look well to the coils you arc driv tog It Is a good plan to put them jno at u time with some old and steady horse until they have become thor o igbly broken The manure produced by one pig in A year la worth about 12 for fertiliz purposes hence the rel of removing tide to a suitable yard or sued whcro Its fertilizing valuo will aol be j wialcU t T ADULTERATED HONEY J Onlr Vnr Avwltl Orttlng It It fc- yluriliiinliiff ionb f im lieIIlKlilr l nIComiilalnta keep coining to hnnJ all the time about adulterated honey says farm Stock nnd Ionic Wlicro can I get pure honey Is u question that I am asked almost dally I would not trust my own father when It comes to extracted honey was the reply I got today from a would bo purchaser of comb honey who writes Dr before his name Wo seldom tale any notlco of such accusations of dishonesty ami we arc weary of the cry of When can I get puro honey because It cornell au a general rule from thoso who buy front the fakirs but wo dislike to have them como our way for sympathy after getting Just what they wcro paying for However in reply to those who really want a pure article and are willing to pay for It there Is no dim culty at all about the matter A good way to get pure honey Is to raise it yourself or else buy from some pro ducer whoso reputation Is above sutpl clan or buy from sonic reputable deal er who handles firstclass goods of nil kinds your grocer for Instance It you live whom there Is n good pure food law try the honey of various producers and when you get an article that you like send a sample of It to the dairy and food commissioner for analyals and he will tell you free of cost If It bo pure or otherwise nut do not pro uounco honoy Impure simply because you dont like It The combined efforts of the dairy and food commissioner and the State Ileo Keepers association have done much to drive spurious honey out of the market and we hope the day Is not far distant when rongroas will nee its way clear to pass- a pure food law that will make the business of tfie adulterator both risky and unprofitable IMPROVING THE FLOCKS II Cnniiiit lip Dune AVIirrr the 1rIrlntin Prnrllrr nf KirlmiiB tuft Iuif Is In Vouuc The farmer who buys pure breeds this fall will benefit tho entire community In which ho resides While some maysup pole him extravagant In buying better stock yet they will soon request an exchange of egg which should not be allowed by any cntirprlMnR fmuier It li Just u reasonable to exchange pure bred calves pigs or lambs for inferior pork u to exchange eggs as eggs repre sent Block Many farmers exchange eggs from common Hark In order to avoid Inbreeding In the first place the eggs themselves are a risk as no one can estimate what they may produce perhaps no two chick from them being alike and no breeding of value In the tock Again the changing of eggs makes the flock In a community till of one blood to that really nothing Pen bo gained by tho practice after It has been persisted In for a time Do not at teinpt to better your flock by chanting eEgs for some nondescript stock that has not merit nor possesses any advantage To Improve a flock one should know the kind of stock he Is using and what can bo expected from It The ex changing of eggs is a practice that should not bo encouraged Farm and Fireside SIMPLE TRAP NEST tirfiil fop Ioullrymrii Who WUh to- llullil tp N prrlnl Jtlrnln of IllriU A simple trap nest Is In use by the Ontario agricultural college The door is adjusted low enough no that the hen on entering raises It slightly thus relieving tho hook which drops back and I10MUMAD13 THAI NEST allows tho door to fall The nest works thoIlSameraise tho door enough to unfasten It The nest is 12 Inches wide 12 Inches high and 15 Inches long The Illustration shows tho hook which holds up tho door also tho nest set ready for tho hen to enter Trap nests nro useful for poultry men who wish to build up a special strain of birds as It will show which hens lay thus enabling the breeder to know exactly what he is do ing Orange Judd Farmer llnipllnl for Ailing Urn For my hospital I have large dry goods boxes pUt where no healthy fowls can get to them made with slats same as chicken coops Keep close watch that everything is burned up dead hens and all Take all away so tho well only can not scratch In the ashes No sick fowl should bo fed corn or oats feed soft fopd and oyster shells In winter I feed two quarts osyter shells a day in morn Ings a soft warm mash at noon corn for supper they have oats and all scraps from table Once a week I give small boiled potatoes mixed with bran They have dust bath and plenty of milk and I have plenty of eggs With good care poultry pays Calla In Ohio Farmer Out fop FnHenlnjc Fowl Oats as a poultry feed should be first class but owing to the large percentage of hulls they arc not relished by chick ens and for this reason are somewhat indigestible When ground they maybe used freely in the mash alto the rolled and granulated oatmeals are ex cellent for feeding young chicks The ground oats without tho hulls are extensively in Canada for usedI fowlsOrange Judd Farmer THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lritnn In Hie International SeriM for Drcritilirr HMIl Solo mini AVInr Clinlrr Till JKSSON TEXT t Kings 2416 And the king went to Qlbeon to sac rlllce there for that was the great high place a thousand burnt offerings did Sol omon offer upon thnt altar6 In Olliron the Lord appeared to Solo mon In u dream by night and awl said Ask what I shall give thee And Solomon said Thou but hewed unto Thy servant David my father great mere according n ho walked before Thee in truth cold In rlgliteouintii and In up rlichtncci of heart with Thee and Thou Imi kr for him thus great klndnew that thou East Rtv n him n son to jilt on his throne xk It U this day 7 And now 0 Lord my God Thou hut made Thy servant king Instead of David my father nnd I am but a little child I know not how to go out or come In I And Thy servant U In th midst of thy people which ThoU hut chosen a great people that cannot be numbered nor counted for multitude J Give therefore Thy lervant IIn understanding heart to Judge Thy people that I may discern between good arid bad for who If able to judge thU Thy ao great a people 10 And the speech pleased the Lord that Solomon had naked this thing II And God said unto him Uecause thou hut naked this thing and hut not asked for thself long Me neither host asked riches for thyself nor liaM naked the life of thin enemies but hast asked for thyself understanding to discern Judgment Behold I have done arcordlnR to thy word lo I Lave given thee n wise nnd an understanding heart to toot there was ilOilO like thee before thee neither after thee ahull any arise like unto thee U And I have olio given theo that which thou Last not naked both riofies and honor so that there shall not be any among the kings like unto thee nil thy days1t Ant If thou wilt walk In my way to keep my statutes and my commandments as thy father David did walk then will lengthen thy days IS And Solomon awoke And behold It was a dream And he came to Jerusalem and stood before the nrk of the covenant of the Lord and offered up burnt offtrlnKs and offered peace offerings and made a feast to all hU servants iOIIl12STESTThr fear of Ilir Lord U the beghItnte of wUiloiii 1rov attn OlTMNH OF 8CHJITUH13 SECTION David Death Solomon the New KingIJCings313Iso- iomons Hlnnlllcant Dream Kings liSolomon 1VidomC King IRIJI- TIMK Fnrtltth year of David r tgn- PLAlKJerusalcm Qlbeon NOTES AND COMMKNTS Ch 3t3 Solomon was about 20 years old when he carne to the throne lie was the child of David and Hath ftheba and in many ways was admirably fitted to succeed his great father This fact added to the great Influence of his mother Dathshcba Davids fa vorite wife and that of Nathan the prophet led to his choice by the king though strictly speaking Adonljah was heir to the throne Thanks to the lien uraUhlp nnd statesmanship of David Solomon found himself king of one of the greater nations of the world and one of his first omclal acts was to form an alliance with Egypt by marrying the daughter of the reigning Pharaoh Sol omon did not have the deep religious na ture of David but was at first at least a true worshiper of Jehovah Vs 415 Soon after Solomons ac cession he went to Glbcon which was at that time the high place held In great est esteem by the Israelites and men feed there with the pomp and ceremony fitting the first great religious occasion of the new reign Glbcon A hill north of Jerusalem It was a walk oi about an hour and a half from the city Though the ark had been brought to Jerusalem by David the ancient taber nacle remained at Qlbcon A thousand burntofferings Such a sacrifice as this besides Its impressive religious teaching provided a great feast for the people for only a small part of the ani mal was burned on the altar Jehovah appeared to Solomon In a dream That Is he dreamed that Jehovah came to him The day had been a great one for Solomon and ho lay down to sleep with a mind on fire with high Ideals worthy ambitions and a real love for Jehovah Dreams become significant when they are the concentrated essence of the mainstream of the waking thoughts and picturesquely exhibit the tendency of tho character Marcus Dode Ask what I shall give thee In this vision was offered to him on the threshold of life the choice so often imagined In fiction and actually offered to all youth in rlR- IlIteDr Aglen We may all choose In fact we all are choosing Wo cannot help It I am but a little child The fact that Solomon realized his unprc parcdness and limitations showed that lie was already wise It is n great thing to know enough to say I dont know An understanding heart Political ability sagacity Insight Into conditions fairmlndodness the ability to do well what God had called him to do A very worthy choice Could ho have made a higher one Have also given thee that which thou bast not asked The bless ings which our right choices bring in their train are without number Matt 633 If Again as all through this wonderful the condition of sue cogs and happiness is brought out It is faithfulness to Jehovah To be faithful to God and right is the first choice for anyone to make Ch 42934 These verses give a good idea of what the wisdom was for which Solomon was noted It was wis dom In governing skill In asking and answering riddles and tho originating proverbs lie was noted both for his philosophical knowledge and his knowl edge of and his love for nature PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS Ask what I shall give thee God la always anxious to bestow upon you his best gifts The world also says Ask what I shall give thee Whose gift will you first the kingdom of God and alt other things you need will be added unto you Salllnn goods is only a sin when a man ecta his soul out on tho counter fromI I t BOOKS AND AUTHORS Tom Moore is to be admitted to the English Men of Letters series and his biography is to be written by Stephen Gwyn a brother Irishman It Is said that In working upon the biography of Mr Gladstone which will soon be published Mr Morley nnd his secretaries have examined about 400 000 documents The narrative by the way Is to Include copious extracts from Mr Gladstones Journals William Watson the Kngllsh poet has been having much trouble with his eyes of late Tears are expressed that his sight is on the point of giving out in spite of the fact that ho Is only 46 Wat sons last published poem was his Ode on the Coronation of King Edward VII which was admittedly one of his most notable productions of recent years A German writer Miss Anna Wage mann has written n book to prove that King Chokes I was the Man In the Iron Mask She argues that he was not really beheaded a faithful adherent who re sembled him having offered himself for execution In his place but succeeded In fleeing to Prance It Is argued that he was taken captive In Dunkirk nnd im prisoned until his death by Louis XIV wearing the mask aforesaid Kipling throws a good deal of his work Into the waste basket bath Issomo time since any of It went into such a recep tacle owned by some other person lie feels that having won a reputation it is his duty to write up to It On one oc casion when In a heroic mood he destroyed a whole book The title of this unborn book was FortyFive Morning after It was finished he asked Hob ert Darr to read It As good as Plain Tales was Mr Uarrs verdict Not bet ter said Kipling I dont think It Is answered narr Then it will never be published was Kiplings unexpected reply and It was destroyed forthwith CHURCH AND CLERGY There are 1933000 Roman Catholics In Great Britain The Roman Catholic population has been practically stationary for a score of years England has over 1500 Roman Cath olic churches and chapels and a popula tion claimed by that church numbering upward of 1400000 Willis O WIsrr the policeman having supervision of the campus at Yale university for several years past has re signed his post nail will enter the ministry of the Presbyterian church During his leisure moments for several years he has been studying theology under the tutorship of n professor In the dlxlnlty pastor of the Amyand Baptist chapel at Twickenham England Rev Henry Smith Is a negro born In south ern states but educated In Europe and well educated speaking French fluently and an accomplished sIngera fact of great value to him In the evangelistic work ho has carried on In England and the Channel Islands He is a man of One personal appearance but shows his race When he took charge of the church a few months ago a reception was given him at which not only the Baptists but Anglicans Presbyterians Congregational fats and Methodists were present CAVES AND CAVERNS Until recently no method has been devised for measuring upward Into cave domes otherwise inaccessible This summer was demonstrated the practicability of such upward measurements by means of small balloons Little Bat avenue In Mammoth cave ends In an ugly black hole called the Crevice pit Sparks avenue on a much lower level leads to time Mammoth dome which opens toward through the Crevice pit That Is to say Crevice pit and Mammoth dome are identical MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov C4 TTLE Common 2 50 Q 3 25 Heavy steers 4 40 4 C KVES Extra 75 49 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 415 4 Mixed packers 4 25 if 4 25 SHEEP Extra 3 15 3 2- 0LAlI SJoftra 5 50 tLOUll SprltiR pat 4 50 4 95 WHEAT No 2 red Q 8ia No 3 winter S5o CORN No 2 mixed 4Ci OATS No 2 nlxcd 40 l7 RYE No 2 68 Q w HAY Ch timothy t1300- Ol1KClear family C 13 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these living expenses to school ex peal we llnd To be paid the lint day Incllingthe1 depoilq In Collegiate WX Academy and Latin Normal 193 Applied Science Normal end A Jramtnarll72J Model Schools 11520 In winter 1111 more for each No student can be rtcelrcd who falls to make this adranc pay meat Total Ordinary Expenses for IJ Weeks are seen lo be In Collegiate 130 Academy and Latin Normal 19 Applied Science Norroal and Grammar S27 Model Schools liJ In winter three dollars more for each Students paying board and room rent in lull for a term at the beginning receive a discount o fifty cents Students duly excused before the end ol a term receive back an equitable portion of the money they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Vool or Special Theory Jl lessons hour class of three 17 Orcan Violin etc 241eam clau pf three 600- tenogtaphyorTypewriting per term 600 CUuuorltln Vie of Plano or Typewriter 1 hr a day tic ol organ t1 hr ft day l Kent of Music rr term 60 Chemical Laberatoryaccording 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have been made a day for the 20 days the line has been I in operation The Kentucky court of has decided that electric In Iterurban lines and railroads are sub ject to provisions of the law requiring t colored compartments t Bank Closet Door IClarksburg W Va Nov 26The of Pine Grove Wet zel county W Va closed Its doors r after a meeting of the stockholders and directors It Is a state Institution capitalized at 25000 and had 50000 on deposit nearly all of which Is in vested in safe securities leaving little I cash on hand A heavy demand by a depositor could not be met and thus the bank was forced to quit business j The directors claim all obligations will be paid In full but the bank will not likely reopen YearbJury In I the Schlltzbaum case returned a ver diet of guilty and fixing the punish ment at one year in the penitentiary I Ho was charged with embezzlement from the Illinois Central railroad of which he was agent at Fordsville The alleged embezzlement was In connec tlon with the reported conspiracy of Bchlitzbaum and J W Boatner to de fraud the American Express company out of 28000 Boatner Is yet to be tried Cut Twenty Pr Cent i Wheeling W Va Nov ITEm ploys of the galvanizing department i worksII was not pressed JEleven Firemen Dismissed r Louisville Ky Nov 2GFive mem bers of the Louisville fire department were dismissed for conduct unbecom ing firemen In connection with the 11 f Masonlo temple fire This makes a total of 11 firemen dismissed by the board and ends tho Investigation for complaintsIpartment i 7ColIge President Dad J Ky Nov 18 Rev Dr Roberts president of tt died from a stroke 1Danvllle whioh he suffered several He was a leader in the I denomination In the Argue Howard Cue Frankfort Ky Nov 25The appeal of James Howard convicted of the J murder of Governor Goebel was ar gued in the court of appeals by W M Smith of Louisville for Howard and B G Williams of Frankfort for the commonwealth ExGovernor Bradley III Lancaster Ky Nov 25The Met t calfe case In which John Metoalfa Is t Indicted for killing his brother Ben baa been postponned on account of the Illness of exGovernor Bradley one of 4the defendants attorneys Fatally Scalded Paduoan Ky Nov IS Watchman Ed Riley was fatally scalded and En t Clneer Schouse had a leg broken ands badly soaldd by the oellapse of a flue in the towboat Meal Bauer at PlanI Con mender Richmond Pearsen Hobson of the navy her prepared a kill witch ho f has requested Representative Wiley of Alabama to introduce in the house on the convening of the regular session makingtpower of the world during the next 18 years The bill sakes a tetal pro rtatlon of 3760000000 a certain portion of which is to be used each year for new ships Fifty million la made available for the present fiscal year 60000000 for the next and so on Increasing by 19000000 each year up to 1915 whoa a lump sum oft JGOO000000 II man M tarry on the program to 1925 To Reduce Miners Wags Baltimore Nov aOlt 1s announced thiTtho Somerset Coal company the 1n Jffi f Ntvcr Ooal oompaar paid Med IJ chants Coal corapanr whJeh ewa and lJr operate a number of mines in the jjo Myeradale Pa retlon hare decided to make a reduction of 10 cent a ton- Yin the wages paid the mlnen The I cut will become ffootlv Dee 10 End Tnirteen LrveL Ark Nov 25 An acct IBonanza Ik eoal mine No 20 caused the death of 18 miners and great damage to the mine The igniting of the coal vapor from a miners lamp la given as the cause of F the explosion fourteenInnCaught Philllppb W Vi Nov 1T1I0 men x were killed sad II am sire tpJ rod I QMtier 4 J- Ar i i l i 11iJ a dlItIMIItItIIIIIHItIMIiiHI MIJ 1IItIIiIM1II4 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HHH1HNH I I 111 I I 111 1Ju 11 111 Miss Emma Spence of louie was a visitor here last week Willie Morgan of Hamilton 0 is visiting friends hero Mr C I Ogg moved into his new house on Center Street this week Mrs J W Stephens is still gaining and is now able to be up and around Miss Abbie Morrow of Cincinnati was a Berea visitor over Thanksgiving Day Rev H M Shouse spent Thanks giving with home folks at Versailles KyC 0 Saunders of Hamilton 0 was the guest of Mrs Sophie Morgan ThanksgivingB school at Silver Creek will give its closing exhibition Saturday night beginning 7 oclock Read our now serialitory Spanish Peggy which begins in this number See announcements pages 3 and 8 Mr and Mrs James Burnee who have been in Hamilton 0 for the summer hava returned to their home Mr Cassius Clift of the West End had a stroke of paralysis esrly this morning which rendered him speech lessCircuit Court will convene Monday Tho docket includes ninety criminal cases five of which are for murder 152 civil cases and 37 appearances- Mr W H Porter went to Houston Texas Monday nIght in response to a telegram bringing the news of the death there of Mrs Porters mother Rev and Mrs C Raymond of Bel levue are rejoiced over the recent ar arrival in their home of a nine pound girlMrs Hardin Golden returned Tues day from a short visit with her daugh ter Mrs Harry Prather at Whitlock this county- A social for the Berea Baptist Sun day school will be held at the church Saturday afternoon from two oclock until four Rev MK Pasco filled the pulpit of Rev S B Groves of the Congre gationalchurch at Williamsburg on Sunday last Miss Lizzie B Gentry closed her school at Buckeye Tuesday where she has taught four years She came home Wednesday W H Bower and G H Wyatt agents at the L fc N station here have purchased the coal and drayage business of W H Moore W Robert Benge of Hugh Ky is making a ten days visit with his daughter and ron inlaw Mr and Mrs Ossie Tuder at Hamilton 0 Bicknell Early themselves as highly pleased with their past sea sons trade on Weber wagons They sold nineteen in best month andnine in best week Mr S P Taylor a former resident in this vicinity but who has been in Illinois for the last five years has re turned here to spend the winter with friends andrelatives Dr and Mrs J D Pettus formerly of Crab Orchard are making an ex tended visit hero at the home of Mr and Mrs L A Pettus L A Peltua Is a son of Dr Fettus J E Dalton wishes to announce to his patrons that the price of 65c for shoeiffg horses all around will be in force only until the 31st of this month Thereafter the price will be 80c Cassius VanWinkle was over from Kentucky University for Thanksgiv ing He went on to Brush Creek Thursday afternoon and held Gospel meetings over Sunday returning to Lexington Monday James D Fletcher of Colchester Ill formerly a resident in this vicinity writes that in response to prizes offered by a merchant in his city a pumpkin was brought in weighing 86 pounds and C ears of corn weighing pounds Miss Ruth C Kerkhof and Miss Catharine L Kastain who are teach ing at McKee Jackson County have been uest8 at Brannamana hotel this week They were joined today by Miss Boorhorst of Holland Mich who will accompany them to McKee to in Berea have received cards announcing the marriage of Mias Belle Hutchinson on Nov 9 to Mr Edgar W Hadley at Honolulu Hawaii Islands The Hutchinscn family was brought up here and for many years occupied the house now used as the music building by Berea College They have resided in Hawaii three years l Thanksgiving at lerea The average Berean looks forward to the great National holiday Thanks giving with perhaps more of pleasure and anticipation than to any other holiday of the year When the day arrives each observes it in his own way to be sure but nevertheless ob serves it Last Thursday was no ex ception to the rule TilE WEATHER The air was crisp with a light wind and throughout the day the varying stages of sunshine cloud and flurries of snow followed each other in rapid succession TilE JOBS ISO SERVICE At ten oclook a large audience of citizens students and teachers gatheredat tho Tabernacle for the union Thanksgiving service The sermon by Rev A E Thomson was truly a Thanksgiving sermon and found a sincere response in the hearts of his hearers The praise service which followed was led by Pree Frost- S G Hanson T J Osborne J M Early Geo Hoffman Tutor Dizney and others spoke interestingly of their earliest Thanksgiving in Berea followed by a large number of persons testifying to the blessings for which they are thankful The music by the Harmonia society added much to the service THE DINNER In many of the homes friends and relatives were entertained with true Southern hospitality but by far the largest company was found at Ladies Hallwhere 205 students teachers Dud neighbors attempted to dispose of 21 large fat turkeys with the ac cessories To preventany evil results frpm over exertion too soon after such a hearty repast toasts were resorted to Tom Leahy was toastmaster and the following toasts were responded to Thanksgiving Day by Miss E K Corwin The Matron in an ode by Clark Hinman The Turkey by RE Hatch Mr Pumpkin by G C Roberts The Family Doctor by Miss Lotta Osborne TilE FOOTBALL GAME About 200 people saw a good game of football between the Alpha Zeta Literary Society team and a College eleven First half College kicked off and AZ was downed on their 35 yard line Then by a series of line bucks and an end run by Leahy for a 10 yard gain A Z advanced the ball to College 30 yard line where they were held for downs College gained 6 yards first down but lost the ball immediately afterward on a fumble A Z continued their line bucking and at the end of 16 minutes play had pushed the ball over for a touch down Ernst missed an easy goal score A Z 6 College 0 The remainder of the half honors were even and half closed with ball in center of field Second half A Z kicked off and College returned ball 6 yards College was held for downs on their 10 yard line A Z advanced ball to within two feet of goal line where College hold them for downs College then bucked A Z line steadily and without a waver for 70 yards and followed this with a 16 yard gain aroundend tho ball being carried by Smith to A Zs 25 yard line With three min utes to play and their chances good penalizeding ball and their chance lost Game ended with ball in possession of College on A Zs 80 yard line final score A Z 6 College 0 The line up was as follows ALflU ZETA COUEOI CornelluFolmrBarton lAt ODard A Hunt UoluFlanryRight End R HunttrDItTrcdwayWheeler THE SOCIAL The general social for the students and faculty and their friends occurred at the Tabernacle at night Af ter the grand march to music by tho band a number ot living pictures were shown from a specially prepared stage The capture of Boones daughter by two Indians after slay ing her escort was considered the beet The cocial closed with an exhibition given by the mens and the womens gymnasium classes under the direction of Instructor Percy 1tW I I I I I I II II HIIlj College HERE AND THERE T J Osborne was in Richmond Saturday on business Prof and Mrs F K Graves were Richmond 1tors Saturday Wm Dager the missionary delivered the address at the Tabernacle Sunday night A F Hensey was over from Lex ington to spend Thanksgiving remaining over Sunday reIquarters in the Industrial Building Mary Parsons has gone to Nile Mich where she will make her home in the family of Mr Edward Bacon j The Ladies Hall Bakery is now supplying its patrons with a superior quality of white and brown breadat 6c 8c and lOc per loaf Prof and Mrs J W Dinsmore have left New York City and are spending ten tlays in Washington City the guests of W P Sterna and other friends In place of tho regular lecture last Monday afternoon a delightful musi cal entertainment was given in the Tabernacle under the direction of Prof W W Weaver C Cowlos a missionary who is making a tour of Southern colleges accompaned by his father addressed a small company at the home of Pros Frost Sunday afternoon Dan H Brock was here Monday to settle insurance carried in Massachu setts Mutual Life Insurance Co by Ernest W Todd who died on night of Nov 19 1903 Mrs Gertrude M Todd mother in addition to face of policy SI 000 received a poet mortem dividend of 91109 anda check for 2750 which was amount of premium Mr Todd paid a few days before death The premium was due Nov 20 Mr Todd died night of 19th proof of death was forwarded to the Company Nov 23 settlement was made Nov 30 190- 3Thirtyfifth Anniversary Phi Delta Hall was crowded with guests of the society last Friday night on the occasion of the open meeting celebrating the thirtyfifth anniversary of the organization of the Phi Delta Literary Society The first part of the program was minstrel with H M Racer and C M Canfield as end men G R Roberts interlocu tor and G G Dick musical director The jokes and songs elicited hearty applause and laughter while the story of The Dance on Hell for Sar tin Creek told by R W Lilly was greatly enjoyed The second part was literary and consisted of seven numbers as follows Oration A Picture of Perseverance by C L Phelps Essay Milton as a Statesman F M Livengood vocal solo Trust in the Lord L E Wellee Reading Wild Olive Wreath R W Lilly Quarrel Brutus and Cassius G R Roberts and H M Racer Phi Delta Thirtyfive Years Old Tonight P T Prentiss Society song Philou men Dialekton by the Society Each number was well received The roll call showed a membership of 18 This number will be augmented by several additions in the winter term The Society is flourishing and will do its utmost to win its third sue cessive victory in the coming joint debate with Alpha Zeta The Christmas present problem will be easily solved when you inspect the fine line of sterling silver novelties china cut glass diamonds watches and other Christmas specialties shown by T A Robinson Main St Richmond Ky Fall Exhibition The closing exercises of the Fall Term of the College next Wednes day night the 9th inst will take the form of a sham prize meeting There will be a debate and competing ors lions essays and concert recitations No Berean should miss it A MERRY CHRISTMAS To all those who have relieved and cured their aches and pains by the use of Paracamph the wonderful ex ternal remedy which never faire to do its work quickly and well Guaran teed by S E Welch Jr druggist The most complete line of Doll Toys China Christmas and Holliday Goods ever brought to the county seat is nowon exhibition at the RACKET STORE Main Street Rick I mond Ky 03010 +o +o Mod o Fo +o hod o +o Fo9 o Fo +o Fo +o Fado +o Fa +oto +od od + o o + i+ EVERYBODY r t 0 WEARSl+ t 0 Qtso why not wear good shoes when we sell you I GOOD UPTODATE SHOES ijUllt as cheap as other people sell you inferior onostWe are leaders for style wear and comfort and you cant uiiftfl F 5 it if you buy from us Anything and everything you want in mens furnishings and t+ can please you In style anti price + 6 Call in and look over our various lines so you can ho convinced T Yours for business t i Crutcher Tribble ft o MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY I t ioc+o +o +o +o +o +o+ o +o +oi o +odo+od o +o +od o +o+o +o o+o +o +o DR FENNERS Kidney 1 All of the kUoert urinary organs Ales dUaw backache gram dropsy JDcaHa Imi peat a lifetime curing Junl auch CUM M your All coniulutkma are FXEC I have beta a tofferer from rbeamatltm for 10 rear and ban often been confined to the DOOM and aomellme tom r bed for severs dayscommenced taking Dr Fennora Hideo and Backache Cure when I WM suffering latenaelr U afforded at once I sow feel u well u ever have ta BT life ADA DLACKWELL Kanau City Mo I suffered from kidney and bladder trouble until life waa not worth Urine I began using ImQrovemesIAir UruMUU toe and II Aak for Dr Feonera Almanac or Cuuk Ikiok FMB o+o +od o +o +o +o+ o+o+o 0+o +a+O+O +o +o +o +o +od o + +o +o +o+o + o 0 Your Orders for tLong Distance Phone 188 or The CITIZEN office tof Phase Plants Cut Flowers and t Designs- will t be filled promptly tGet Christmas Orders Early t Richmond Greenhouses o+o +o +o + 00+ o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o+ o o Propfttchmond f o o a o o o o o o I I III II II J II I II I I 11 I I I I 111 11 I I limHtH If its from CRUTCHER I EVANS ITS GOOD I J11 111 J II J 1111111 I I H I III J 1111 I II II 11 I 11 I 1jA full line of FUltNITUltE on hand Y We invite Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOPLINH old stand when in Richmond I CARPETS aud MATTINOS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Pheia 73 Night 47 in 4 Crntcher Evans Richmond n J jaOur Diamond Brand Coffees Prices from 10o to 35o per Pound Once used always use- dBread 1 ii the Staff Life Get a loaf of Mothers Bread or a sack oi Snow on theIMountain Flour Delivery from 6 a Main Street m until 9 pm PRESTONS Call 83 I A COMMON TIIIMO With older people is rheumatism Sharp deep pains that hurt from mowing till night Paraeamph re hove Rheumatism instantly because itopens the pores and induces sweat lag removes congestion and draws out fever adinflammation Your money back if you are not satisfied Try it to day Guaranteed by S E Welch Jr druggist n A fit Y k ia Discuss bladder sod heart rheumaiUm female relief I + + + + + + + +o + + I I always t our s 66 1 of all y lie Found a CaN R H Foster 818 52d Street Salt Lake City writes I have been both ered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years have tried many doctors without relief but I have found a cure in Herbine I recommend it to all my friends who are afflicted that way and it is curing them too COo at East Ead Drug Store j 1 December 3 1903 Supplement to THE CITIZEN A Profitable Winter f winter weather we can learn f better than we can earn The Winter Term of Berea College Opens Wednesday Dec 16 1903 Begin promptly get a goods tart 3 months and 0 months courses for farmers Train our boys to get j more out of the land Iit 3 months and 0 months courses for girlsTrain our girls to sing and play the organ to cookand care for the sick to do dressmaking and tailoring 3 months and b months courses in Carpentry Train our boys to handle tools 0 months course for istdats teachers certificate b months course for State teachers certificate 6 months course for State teachers diploma Full College Preparatory Course Fits students for any College or UniversityThree Collegiate Courses Literary Course Scientific Course and Classical Course Music Piano Voice Culture Theory Choral land Music etc Many other advantages as speak lug by distinguished visitors ex hibitions literary societies etc For further advice write to Will C Gamble Secretary Bereft HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE The muunlain region al the wnilli i tnt ul Ihr grand ilivtMoti uf out amn The pru lr ulhl mounlal rrykw he r not u aqimintnt Mtlh Mh olhrr nurwtrdtugrlhri ailhry might Thin ha kern partly braawr thr ngtoti w ill vMlnl amu Hhl Matetid portly bmuar ul the Ivkut god rua k- In all Ihnr right Mar the mounuin profile has r brew awn or In MlMMtrnlaud and min mvpreaentd by the people fe the lowland Ae tulr lavrry mode the ttavriwMm proud awl airutpint nd ihry tam to An tt everybody who wuflrd cud nrryhady who did tot own pin mil MirvKn ao thai we tore re rally lead our al the Veiled Malm NrMlor Ittmi KrHtwky eyee that the KJUOUlH proplr nr a IK lot and thai mt MptwMdlbry urrr drxYHdrd teen cunrtrU who k 4 taken rrfuR In thr mutiiilaliM llrira College ban taken pain to tefnie thec lamlrrv lly amurchlag Ihr tonicmwuiii Library at WaihlHgioti Ire ktent Iriot limit tlMl a large number of Ihr prop In Ihr tnu tale part of Kentucky mr tlr rrndrd from MtMIrt oho foHiihl under Washington in the Krvnulla Mry War Intro eye there were 41t prop4e In the Mountain ruHHllrof Krntm kv drawing lrnlon fur rrvkr In the Krvolution ThIs fact ahinr nhowld rMabtlnh the good mum try of the mountain roplr mountain t may ui hlC heed ami mint hlmorlf a gaol the Ixiy IMIII In a rkh family In the more WMClllArto of the stale Another great horror of the mountain roplr that thry took Ihr rlitht Me In the Civil Wari In Pile of Ihr gravrnt dangrrn they lad fur frrnlnin raid thr tnloii Thrlr uthllrri wrrr among the bravest end the help they gnve I1 wring Ihr Union waiof incalculable value Thr oliO anil daughter of the Union veteran pare a right tu Inilil up their head with uo lew pride titan lhoe who are dewrnded ftomthc heroes of the Revolutionary War II now remnlnt fur the people of the mountain to develop thrlr country and how the KI tuff they have In thrill Wr iuu t look all dlflficullie fairly In lire face ami plat wisely old work in nlnlrly for the Improvement of the mountain legion the fret atop lo make n uncrrMof tire ixhooU Wr have a fairly good public Khuol aytelll tint we have not yrl madr It work sir it ought to There rite ttlllloo ninny school wherr the tcnclicru are Indolent or lore or ICM Income stein and where only a mail portion of the children equally attend It la a fact which we do riot care to advertise In the world lint which every ilium who love lire mountain hould remember that a large proportion of our people are ntlll unable to read ami write The nioun trine contain plenty of rople who are well cilu rutrd but tits duca not make up for the large numhrr who are nut rducalrd AccordlnK In tire of u1a for example In Clay County 15 of the while voter out of every nor were unable to irail and write In Jackson County 3t out of were illllcrnlc In llrcuthltt County jj In Iee County In Marian County 30 Thin menu hunt work for the county u erinlcmlenU and lire leaches We are mnkliiK progrcHi but we arr In nudatiKcrof mating pioKrrw too rapidly Ort to etlucalloii and along with It will come the Iniprovcment of our roniU Thccoutitir cnn ulTord to raise the money old put great turnpikes through from one countyneat to the other Thr metal near al hand It only iriiuirex skill In rtiglneerlnK and the work of men nod teens which are now idle a large poitloii of the year And along with three things will come an Inv provrment In the wrallli and general pro perity of till the eople We have Mime wealthy jiroplc in the niouiitaliK old a great many who are thrifty nod comfortable but the average vnlueof the farm building per farm throughout our mountain counties is only fljl while In Ohio the average value of farm building per farm Is J7uj and in Kentucky ouUidc the mountains tire average value 483 per farm One reaioti the fart building are no poor III that the farming Ii dome ou uu average l II r Section of the Men s Industrial Building IIronttool and implement he averngr tnlue r tire tarn imptenientB per arm inilav County umdyn in lIlll mit i jarkkiiii CiMinty Knoll ionni in haute County v Thu mean that a great man- yfannareworking witlurtil nrieM ry kale Awloiirlhiim miiiuii lurra Ttirmnii IIfartrllllt riiiMi hmi in in Marian County mr only ajtheareingeMrtllgtonhceru hmenti kOuch an nliililishinrnt opemlrd by lUownef and owns ho a In thr ruilte nmnly 171 thrtr wrrr UlyPVII men working for wages in nuBufarlurlng eMabBhmeate Wr haw not pukrn of the eeligh need uf the muuutaln our uroplr ate a irllelaM prw plr hut Ihrlr rhurrn prldiegea ate ea thaw they ahould h- ennthihnut uruhlrm the mountain prtilc ate now u hrifht mi hoapluhlr ao tthlk what will when the right kind of rduoi Ikm baa hrlpnl them tu nuke pro ir In ill three dirrrtlon eoir PIwholei up the prwprHty of their home m nlir Prof S Mason- Agriculture Mrs Jinnu L hull Home Science Mr T J Osborne Treasurer Prof M E Marsh Dean Preparatory Department = jjjJ TIll Planing Mill rear section of Industrial Building Ground Plan for Industrial BuildingI THE INDUSTRIAL BUILDING The corner stone of this Build ing was laid by the distinguished writer and traveler Julian Ralph on the iSth of October iijoa On the stone arc inscribed these four words INDUSTRY SKIII1- IKOTIIHKI1OOI KK11C1ON There have now been completed the lumber shed dry kiln power house containing boiler and en gine rooms the Woodwork Departmentthree stories with the adjacent hall and offices and the front section of the Building This front section will not re ceive its machinery but will be used for the present as follows the east side wagon shop room will be used for Agriculture and ex hibition of the College Cabinet Upstairs the second floor will be used for Sloyd as planned and the smaller rooms in front for an ex hibition of furniture etc made by our students On the west side the entire lower floor will be used by the Home Science Department JMlWi for teaching sewing and dressmak ing cooking and laundry work The second floor in place of the tailor shop will be used for several model schools On the third floor the entire space is divided into twentyfive large rooms accotnodat ing from two to four students each The building is constructed of brick made at our own Brickyard mostly by student labor The plans were drawn by Supt King and the building has been erected under the direction of Mr Josiah Burdette The cost of the build ing thus far has been 33044 19 The power house is now equip ped with an eighty horsepower boiler and a sixty five horsepower Westinghouse engine The power is transmitted to the shop building by an electric wire The wood working machinery was made by Fay Eagan Co of Cincinnati and the laundry machinery by F M Watkins Co of Cincinnati The total cost of the machinery and furnishings thus far bas been 1143345 r 1A c Wm Goodcll Frost Ph D PnsldentV Miss Josephine A Robinson Dean of Women V Supt Chas A King- Woodwork Mrs Sara L Iloag Matron Main Boarding Hall Mr Will C GambleI Prof J W DinsmoreIDean of Normal dt ==NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks SCHOOL KXIKNSKSilue flul day of term College SlaleliattramIncidental 350ioeIIII pHJH- Trttlmaud 2tb22i Iii ITotal ichool Expenses j o 3s 000 4W For pInto and other txtrni SM Special Kirenvei below LIVING EXPENSESBoard due In advance by month Room rent by term Beard room fuel and lights 121 for fall and fprlng l SSa week J2I for wlnUr term IJIO week Ilo rd In the Tlllrteallowed In approved placet varlrs In price arninlitiK to mfomnio elation ftirnUhrd Adding theo livlm rxpemen to tchwil ex pcnm we find To be paid the tint day IneludliiKlheSt depo In Collegiate Department 1320 Academy and Latm Normal Jlu20 Applied Science Normal and GrammarSnJ1 Menlo Schools S15JI In wlnterllBl more for end No Undent eau Iji received who fall to make this advance pay ment Total Ordinary Expense for Weeks arekceu to he In Collegiate Department t10 Ancliiu and Ijitin Normal129tilted Sclenct Nornml and Grammar JT Model School a In winter three dollari irore for each Students paying hoard and room rent lu full for a term at the bfglnnliii receive a dUcount ol fifty cents Students duly excused before the end of n term receive back an equitablePortion of the money they have nilvanced SPECIAL EXPENSES IMano Vocal or Special Theory lesson hour cleat of three ti 00 Organ Violin etc U leswni vitaS of three UHtenography or Typewriting per term 000- Claaawnrkin Harmony 3iw Ioe of Piano or Typewriter tl hr a day CM of organ n hr n day 200 Bent of Music Library per term 50 Chemical Laboratory according to material and breakaEiabout Sql Ihyslcnl anti MIcroHoplcal f ilioratorlcs 100MaerialrInSdrawingKxamlnallon Kt riradUHtloti FerwIlhdcgrrvwIthdlpioma 2001 500 Address Sec Will C Gamble Berea Ky REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured a market for homespun and home woven goods such as bed cover lids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etc at following prices Coverlids 54 to 6 Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linsey 50 cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes S3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 in ches wide and 23 yards 90 in cheslong All dyes used must hioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell coverlids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in person or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky ITEMS OF INTEREST Berea was started in 1853 The population of West Virginia is 915233 white and 43499 colored No Berea student has been ac cused of being bigheaded or highheeled when he went home The population of the mountain counties of Kentucky for the year 1900 was 463590 white and 12 119 colored James Speedof Louisville gave several of his famous lectures- on Nature Study to the Berea students last year and is coining againThe stereopticon in the Taber nacle with its new electric light shows the most vivid pictures on a canvas 14 feet square Christmas Day is a great time in Berea Nearly a thousand presents were distributed last year and the various doings left glow of pleasure on every face Gen Cassius M Clay gave to Berea College the famous silverlhandled sword presented by the citizens of Madison and Fayette counties on his return from the Mexican war The Berea Football Team has aright to Some satisfaction in re membering its victory over the Georgetown team and its success in ferreting out and withstanding the attempts of the Danville boys to play a ringer Other recent speakers in Berea have been Col George W Bainrrof Lexington Dr A D Mayo of k r Washington D C Maj A T Woodof Mt Sterling Dr J A R Rogers of Hartford Conn Dr F J Van Horn of Worcester Mass Hon Augustus E Willson of Louisville Rev H G Turner of Richmond Prof Anthony W Chez of Cincinnati Rev 1eorge W Moore of Nashville Tenn and ExPres Chas L Loos of Lexington 1 Y1fT 7 A College Course Tile word collet stamls for a gtcnt ilrol more than bIg t school academy or matt tide ante college nn Institution which gate s In truction in ill the higher branches of human knowledge In order to Jo this It mint Have the proper tool It mu l havcbooksonall Mibjeets not merely all the books which one tiuin cmtM rend In a lifetime hut more looks than any man could red In a lifetime in each of the great de partment of human knowledge Iwoks on taw book on religion looks on history book of poetry hook on politics hooks on science looks on dicoredesautlincentloii ookontnnttdne etc And it must have scientific apparatus A inan who l a collefte jwofessor is more than n teacher professor of chemistry unit have n balance which Nil weigh the hundredth part of n hair and n microscope which can reveal theillseaseon the leg of a flea It is now generally believed that no Institution ought to call itself a college which does not possess buildings libraries nil paratus and endownient to the value of half a million dollars If America Is to h e a leading nation in the world young Americans must have the best Instruction We do not advise every person to take a college course but we do believe that a larger number of young people in this region ought to do We want to have doctors who knuw note than the average doctor now does we want to haI lawyers who will distinguish themselves hy their knowledge we want to have preachers wh can read the Scriptures in the original languages 1 which they were written old who are fumiiir with all the history of the Christian church f in the time of the Apostles Figure show that by taking a run r course a boy multiplies his chance of ging t Congress or winning some similar success t r hundred time Itven those students who do not study in the collegiate department at Item receiegreat ben efit by helm here where they become acnuaHiteO with some of the college professors and fiiul it what scholarship and high learning really aeI- lerea College offers three courses ifstu y those who complete the Literary Course receive S the degree of Ilachclor of Literature those wit complete the longer Scientific Course which etudes all of the Uterary and more science and mathematics receive the degree or uI1br f Science those who complete the Classical Course which isas thorough as that offered in the largest colleges in the country receive the degree f Ilchelor of Arts The high grade of ours Meg late work has been demonstrated recently in the case of several young nun who have gone rom Ilerea to Yale and Chicago and taken the highest rank THE NORMAL DEPARTMENT The Normal Department is now widely known not only in Kentucky but in adjoining states Prof Dinsmore has spent the fall term in visiting other institutions so that he will make this department even more efficient than ever Tutor Lewis Miss Schumaker Mrs Putnam Mrs Yocum and other famous teachers will give in struction to our Normal students THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT- Prof Weaver offers unusual opportunities for young women to learn to use the cabinet organ His instruction in voice culture is also of the highest value Instruc tion in singing is free to all There is a splendid opportunity for girls who get enough knowledge oft music so that they can teach their neighbors at home Any Berea student can while pursuing other studies get a good knowledge of music TO FATHERS Mountain timber has been cut andmountain farms divided until they are small We must learn how to get more out of our land This means science and education Berea teaches how to double the products ofa garden or a farm Vould you like to get more off of your land Then send your boy to BereaThere will be lessons this winter in preserving and marketing fruit selection of good varieties of fruit farm buildings varieties of live stockits breeding and care j Next spring in botany the science of the vegetable kingdom gardening roadmakingsurveying forestry the proper care of grow ing timber Send your brightest boyand get some of this skill and science to help on your home and farm and garden Tell him to take the Farmers Course TO MOTHERS AND GIRLS Men do not understand how much labor and skill there is in a womans work To make a pleasant home takes a truly capable woman Berea College has a Home Sci ence Course for young ladies and your daughter is good enough to take that course Besides singing Bible drawing the keeping of accounts letter writing and other studies there will be lessons as follows This winter making shirt waists etc cooking meats and planning meals the strength giving power of different kinds of food home decoration a healthful location- I j 1ur Friends tlu Faculty Our ColKgc Bind Ladus Hall Main Boarding Plat Lincoln Hall and care of the house in regard to healthNext spring botany the science of flowers care of the sick making butter and cheese money from poultry money from fireside in dustries homespun linen and bed covers Send your brightest girl and she willcome back to be a help to her mother and to have a model home of her own some day Educa tion is a girls best dowry A MATTER OF INFORMATION People who rail at Berea because it admits colored students simply show their ignorance Yale Harvard and Chicago Universities and all the great insti tutions in the world admit colored studentsThe of Kentucky Uni versity and his wife the leading teachers at Villiamsburg in fact the leading educators of Kentucky have attended schools where Negroes were admitted And why not Is it any worse to recite in the same class with a Negro than to work in the same field with himI The colored people are not to blame for being here and they are to be treated in a kind and Chris tian way It is as mean to remindI a man of his black skin as to cule a man who is lame or labor ing under any other disadvantage Berea has always believed in separate public schools But there must be some acquaintance and cooperation between the races and in a high grade Christian school like Berea it is beneficial to both And the whole thing is to be judged by its fruits In a historyof over 40 years there has been no conflict and no scandal White and colored never room to gether There has never been the slightest danger of intermarriage between white and colored Sometimes students in the lilly white colleges form disgraceful connections with colored people outside the school but no such thing is known in Berea- Ve do not ask all our students to believe as we do on these mat ters but we assure all that they will find no harm in the arrangements which are made in Berea and alii the great schools of the worldj 111 Rct A 1 litistii iastur of the Berea Church Prof 11 W Weaver Must Prof L V odIPolitical Science Cireek Mrs Yocum Tutor Rumold Natural Science Ji PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE t 1p this wurM uikl titian tuia world Andu ter Ihurhl and thru Tho 2 What if break urs riw bo furs With dark watt rob Inn tlirii Mom 1 Storm rll in mid night ekia Aul Inrkon lbs stars from view uldr Never KVB oji wbtm tri iU com And nov tor grow sad idol ldne And drift LIn host unl tattled wthoOlt Why pad ills your ovi en stotU ly trywith steal fuit eye To aJ ilo yiur uus ra nUtIsafe ly n lone with agile nl long And mildin your own ca nt r IT lilt down with tear er frown Ibt pail die your own en lad lie your own ca buys Tbork which you mitt do I r1 die your own ra nun girl larn tu pad 9s yu r own ID m I DARE TO BE A DANIEL IBur ljr per r RUixllux bra urxix inn ILrdnaloI iommaii t Ma n uiiKlit f in u ar Ise tin it ui land I1 4s n el auu iriau ull talking tliri the land t lluM the go a bass err htah On In iii rjr grsad I II or them the faithful lm ill lull In Who fur od bwl two a Ist Jolnlti Ileallung 1taII wuillUI II niriit 1In4Itau sod hU hat b fj tu Ilea 4tr IIIsn lo bv a Ise Ion t laI a lour JfI sIItte 11 111Itin male n lnowu t Tutor Dunty YOU WILL FIND FRIENDS Many young persons about starting away to hesitatej cause of the dread of going strangers But this fear is mostly taken away for those who cone to Berea As you look at the faces of our teachers you can see how friendly they are And you are al most certain to find oldacquaint ances among the students You may count on thiswithin one month you will have more friends in Berea than any other place in the worldENGAGE A ROOM The College has never provided rooms for all its students but it will have rooms for 100 more than before this year These rooms are all comfortable well furnished and convenientEach on entrance makes a general deposit of one dollar with the Treasurer This dollar is returned when he is regularly dismissed provided he returns his key and any college books he has and has injured no college property If you will send this general deposit dollar to Treas T J Osborne Berea Ky he will reserve a place for you It is a great advantage to be on hand the first day of the term Wednesday December iG Dont forget or delay T GET TilE BEST It is strange to see how nearly IIlr ielll to despise themselves A Iut will quit school at fourteen 1111 pratntlly deride that he is nut worthy of an education Ittt read and do uttts In nitiil tittles moneynail allots tllt is all the education Ill ever I1tIIWe remember a farmer who listened to n great speech on tdtitation and at the close said to the speaker udlyolIvu convert ed me Im going to send my buy Jim to school this winter Inv months But there are coming to be more fathers and mothers and more boys and girls who believe in them selves and wish to get the best education And remember this there is a great difference between a good education and the bust A good horse is worth f too but a thoroughbred mays be worth 10000 So we say to the young people who are going to school this win ter it will not cost much more perhaps not so much to go to till best school than to go to a school that is only fair to average What is the best school Here are some points First a school conducted by Christian people as a benevolent institution ant not a school that is run to make moneySecond a school where there arc many teachers one for each grade and each subject Third a school attended by students from many places ItIS good to exchange ideas with others and to have acquaintance outside your own region Fourth a school with many departments While you are studying in one department you know something of what is going on in all the others Gut an education And while you are doing so get the best j cJ J THE CITIZEN 1111111111111111111111 r The Home JENNIE LESTER HILL Edi- tor1It1IIJIIIItJ1h1f1f Colds Their Prevention and Cure Being licked so oflon the quoation V What In good for a cold my answer and tlio most elllcient romedy in Prevention if wo oirefully follow a very simple rule wu can almost always prevent a cold whore after it ia acquired It is moro difficult to euro One reason that many people tnko herd colds in bad air They do not seem to tea lize that if they sloop or sit in a room without having the air thoroughly oxygenated they will have headache ecru throat and ho certain of taking cold When children sleep two thwtIand ia often tho case four in it will bo found that thoao children nru moro liablo to colds than others And tho reason III that an over zealous parent in afraid they will take cold and closes up tho room carefully ita to exclude tho lifo giving air ami thin being done buy aw forced to breathe 11111 rohr Rtho tho foul air nod thu blood supply in deprived of its proper oxygen and many 111re null Vontilalion of a sleeping room is not a until task if ono in careful to have the bed placed as to avoid draughts Ono can sloop with a dooi or window wide open bolter than a moro crack if they so arraugn to have no direct draughts and are well cov pnxl Auolhur common source of many ills ia cold fvf and If it is im possible to gut a hot water bag to warn thorn these aro many simple homo devices such an a hot brick Out iron or plate heated and in an caner gency a lamp cliitiiiey U very goof though of couuo it does not remain hot very long By being careful not to got overheated nor chilled and by keeping lute bowels thoroughly open and regular and last though by no means least by dally sponge baths we can easily avoid many colds If wo find that wo have taken cold tho certain way to lesson if not alto gather cure it ie when going to bed to take a good warm soap and water bath followed by a brisk rubbing and whether wo think it necessary or not to take a good cathartic preferably a tablespoonful two if necessary of castor oil Then fter tho bath Bud cathartic soak the feet in a large bowl of hot water When one awakens from a sloop III11theirgone If the daily baths are contln reel tho circulation will improve and tho liability of colds lessened 99 per cent 1HlHHIhlHlHHJHWJH i The School I f lolls WIRT OIHSMORK Editor 111111111111111111111 J PLAN BIG EXHIBIT Meeting of School Superintendents Gives Impstus to the Work for an Educational EXhibit at Worlds Fair 17931901 This is the period to bo covered by Kentuckys educational exhibit at tho Worlds Fair in St Louis next year The first date is the year in which Transylvania was founded at Lexing ton From that limo to the present will bo shown tho growth of education in the Stato Tho public school sys tom was inaugurated in 1827 The committee has as its chairman Prof E H Mark Superintendent of the Louisville Public Schools Upon tho invitation of Prof Mark a number of the loading educators of tho State recently visited Louisville and in a meeting held for the purpose went on record as being in hearty sympathy with tho movement and ready to give all aid necessary in making the edu national display one worthy of the Stalec Mark has decided to assign the work among the different sections of the State giving oah school full ere Jit for what cornea in in the way of exhibits All drawings as done In the different grades will be shown in specially constructed cabinets- It is Prof Marks hope to bd able to show every side of educational life in Kentucky Besides the public schools he is looking to the colleges and universities the industrial schools the normal and business schools and l blind and deaf and dumb institutes i and the kindergartens He is also arranging for exhibits from tho medi cal and dental colleges and tho theo logical seminaries Photographs are to form a chief feature of the exhibit and all teachers are urged to see Official WorMs Fair photographers appointed by the Ex hibit Association and have their schools taken Iu those counties whore photographers have not been appointed toachers are asked to ar range with the best photographers for this work Hf+1H+11+1H141I +i1111 The Farm SILAS CUBEVER MASON Editor 1I1HII111IHIHI 1I Ground and Unground Feed Opinions differ M regards tho advantages of grinding grain For horses whch are out of tho stable dur ing the day and worked hard it is quite generally believed that all grains with tho possible exception lor oats should be ground and for those at extremely hard work all grain should ho ground and mixedwith halTed hay For idle horses oats or grain should not bo ground nor should hay or straw be chaffed In other words provided the animals have time to masticato their ration thoroughly grinding is not necessary When this is not the case grinding lakes tho place of thorough mastica then to some extent and increases the assimilation of the raton When whole oats were compared with ground wheat and bran at the North Dakota Station the horses M the former ration ate somewhat more and showed a slight lose in weight while doing a little loss work than those fed the ground grain At tho rich Station tests of the comparative merits of ground and uuground corn dlfforent11x11erimentalconditiona equally satisfactory When whole laud ground ants corn and barley were compared for colts at the Iowa Station somewhat larger gains were made on the ground feed The comparative digestibility of different ground and unground food ing stuffs was tested at the Maryland Station It appeared that ground corn and oats were moro thoroughly digested than tho unground grain In this connection it may bo noted that similar results have boon obtained iu tests with other farm animals but it is commonly believed that tho dif fercnoo iu digestibility is often not sufficient to pay for tho cost of grind- Ing From all tho American teaU and those which have boon mado in Eu rope it appears fair to say that there is no very marked advantage In grind InK grain for healthy horses with goo- dtlOthU S Department of Agricul turn Farmers Bulletin No 170 lie QUICK Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough ap bars will prevent the attack It is pleasant nod safe to take For nalo by S E Welch Jr A pair of ladies or mens house slippers n pair of gloves a tie or a munter makes a handsomo and ac ceptablo Christmas present They can bo had in endless variety at Rice Arnolds Kichmoud Ky YOU VAN NOT Detect tho bad odor coming from your own nose or head if you have catarrh but your wife or friends can Do not disgust them by such trouble Use Puracamph It will relieve in scantly and cure or money refunded For sale by S EWelch Jr druggist Cleveland Positively Declines Now York Nov 28ln a letter addressed to the Brooklyn Eagle former President Cleveland announced that he would not be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the presi dency Tho Eagle which has advo cated the nomination of Mr Cleve land states that It will hereafter cup port Jude Alton B Parker of tho New York supreme court for the nom ination IIOV9 AND OIKLS Meet with many accidents during Christmas celebrations Paracamph relieves instantly Burns Cuts and Bruises and heals without leaving ugly scars So mothers be sure to keep a bottle of Paracamph in your house For sale by S E Welch Jr druggist 1 r SWEPT DOWN 6Y GALE Hundreds of Chinese Fishing Jnoki Lot OK Swatow THOUSANDS OF MEN DROWNED Fiftyseven Disabled Vessels Sighted by Strainer Stanley OoTernment floats Sent Out to Rescue the Klihermen Ictorla n C Nov 30 Advices were received from South China by the Athenian of tho loss of thousands of lives as a result of the destruction of several hundred flshlns Junks to a typhoon off Swatow The havoc was awful when tbo gale swept down on the Chinos vtusola For days dis abled junks drifted helplessly about their occupants suffering thirst and hunger The Honikoni government tenders rescued a number picking up eight Junks and taking 112 men off vessels that were abandoned The Stanley then returned to the rescue for tbo rescued fishermen reported thero were 400 Junks fishing off Swv tow when the typhoon came on Nov 4 From the Stanley 67 disabled junks were seen flying distress signals Ser eral junks were towed to Hongkong and then a roller cruise was made Meanwhile throo torpedo boat destroy era tho naval water boat Cherub and a Chinese cruiser were sent out and rescued many Several hundred men were taken from wrecked craft suffer ing greatly some being without food or water from two to five days Of the 400 fishing junks at least 300 are reported disabled or sunk and thou sands of lives were lost Fltzslmmons Defeat Gardner San Francisco Nov CIJob Fltz simmons proved that he was not a dead ono when be outboxed and out generated George Gardner for 20 full rounds Fits was as awkward and as cunning as of yore and apparently realizing that he must foster his strength there was not a moment when he was not carefulness person ified Whllo the old man could avoid punishment from Gardner he oould not knock his opponent out although he landed a number of vicious blows From his performance Gardner Is not In Fltzslmmons class Ha landed on the old tlmor once ia a while but Fltz was always going away from him and tho blows wore harmless Several times Fits apparently bad Gardner al most out but ho was either toe tired or lacked his old strength and could not land a knockout punch Fib was very skillful In blocking find dodging Gardners blows and In the clinches and breakaways was very careful Cut In Wages Providence R I Nov nThen- ow wage schedule adopted by the cotton mills of the state which re ducos the wages of operatives 19 percent restoring the price list of two years ago went Into eieet today Thirtyseven mills with employes ag gregating more than 17000 will be affected No trouble Is anticipated by the mill owners The m6loyeare dissatisfied with tho now schedule but believe that many of the manufac turers will not hesitate to close their mills if a strike ohould occur They will await a market more favorable to the manufacturers before pressing for a return to former figures Streetcar Strike Settled Chicago Nov 25Thu strike of tha employes of the Chicago City Railway company was settled at an early hour Iota conference between tho mayor and aldermanic peaco committee President Hamilton and E R Bliss counsel for tho company and tho ex ecutive board of the local union of tho strikers Tho basis on which the set tlement was reached Is a complete victory for tho company so far as the original demands of the mon are con railfledIn expected that traffic on all tho lines of tho company will be resumed at onco Preparing For Encampment Boston Nov 25 General John C Black commander In chlef of the Grand Army was in conference with the local Grand Army committee rela the to the national encampmont of tho Grand Army to ba held In Boston next summer It was announced after tho conference that the encampment would begin on Aug 16 and that It had boon decided that a parade not exceeding two miles In length would be bold Aug 18 It was estimated that at least 75000 veterans would be In line 1 4Special Service In Reme Romo Nov ITFor tho first time on record a special service was held here on Thanksgiving day in the Oath olic church of San Sllvestra Mgr Rob ertson of Newark N J titular arch bishop of Hellopolls giving the bene diction Tho church was filled all the members of tho English pilgrimage now in Rome being present Ready For War London Nor 25 Private advices from Peking are to the effegthat General Yuan Sht Kal gore of Chill province had informed the em peror that he is prepared to declare war against tho in Manchu ria General Ma is said U be ready to march Into Shan Hal Kwan at the head of 18000 men Salvation Army Iji Europe Paris Nov 25 General Booth Is meeting with much success here in his plan for extending the Salvation Army throughout Europe The Ifal Intends going Co Ger U lurk Iwede Norway r Y PAHDITH AVO I1T After ft Desperate Hattie In Which Two Men Were Killed banIVan Dine neither of whom la over 21 years old together with their com panion Emil Doeskle who Is no older were captured near Liverpool Ind after a fight in which they battled against policemen railroad detectives railroad laborers and farmers One man was killed another fatally wounded and all three of the young bandits were wounded but not seri ouslyThe dead T J Sovca brakeman on the Jgpnnsylvanla railroad Wounded Joseph Driscoll detective on Chicago police force shot through abdomen and can live but a short time Matthew Zimmer detective on Chicago police force shot In head and arm Twe of the beardless boys Po VanIcalmly confessing to their share In a threemonths Greer of crime which has Included nine murders the wound lag of five ether men and a long series of robberies The three men were wanted by the police for complicity in the murders at the car barns of the Chicago City Railway company on Aug 30 when two men were kllle a third badly wounded and 2250 tolon from the company Killed Daughters Betrayer Sedalla Mo Nov 30Frank Dun ton shot and killed Emil Meyers here Sunday evening In August last Dun tons daughter committed suicide leaving a note charging Emil Meyers with her betrayal The father was not at homo and dJd not return until Saturday night In the morning he in terviewed two women who knew of Meyers relations with his daughter went to the church of the minister who preached her funeral sermon went home t2 dinner and then walked to Meyers OTtac called him out and told him that be wanted to hear his side of the story of the girls death Meyers made a threat and Dunton shot him throe times Dunton Is In custody The sympathy of the com munity Is with him Charged With Robbery New York Nov 30 Charged With the robbery of 20000 worth of Jew elry from Mrs William Welch Harri son of GloBslde a suburb of Philadel phia Adolf Waltz a servant formerly employed by Mrs Harrison is locked up at police headquarters to await extradition The jewelry which In eluded a pearl necklace valued at 16000 and a large number of minor articles was taken from Mrs Harri sons room while the family were at dinner on Thanksgiving day Waltz who had boon employed ifTthe hoVso only two wenths disappeared at the same time When arrested all of the jewelry with tho exception of two pieces of minor value was found on Mia Guilty ef Peonage Savannah Ga Nov 25in the United States court Edward J McRee Frank McReo and William McRee of CaMosU entered a plea of guilty to IS indictments charging them with peonage and Judge Speer sentenced them to pay a fine of 1000 in two of the cases and suspended sentence In the others Tho flues will bo paid In sentencing the McRoes Judge Spoor said that In discussing tho race lion In the south Rome talk wildly and extravagantly of the shotgun pol icy but they do not represent the higher classes of tho south Claim Combine Illegal Ottawa 0 Nov 2GTlI first anti trust case in Putnam county has been filed by Gallogly It Flrestlne hay and grain buyers and shippers of Lolpirtc 0 against the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton Railway company and the Northwestern Grain Dealers associa lion and several Putnam county mom hers of that association alleging that the defendants have unlawfully and wrongfully combined to keep down the price f corn in the ear to a rate fixed by tho association Question Cresceus Record Terre saute lad Nov 26 Evi dance to determine whether or not the Cresoeus stallion trotting record of 169 made on the Wichita track shall be allowed will be one of the first things taken up at a meeting of the American Trotting association meeting in Chicago that convenes next Tuesday W P Ijams president of the association says there will be between 160 and 176 cases to be taken up for a hearing Gave His Life For Sister Ashevllle N C Nov 2G While making an effort to save the life of his twoyearold sister whose clothes had caught fire from an open fire place Ernest Pettit aged eight years was fatally burned at the homo of his parents The baby although seriously Injured will live but little Ernest sue cumbed to his Injuries Before he died the boy stated that he had tried to save bis sisters life Demonstration Against Austria Rome Nor 20A marble tablet to Fence Orslnl was unveiled at Omala In remembrance of Orslnla struggles against Austria which government condemned him to death The unveil ing gave an opportunity for fresh anti Austrian manifestations The demon strations against Austria continue throughout the peninsula To Escort Empress Shanghai Nov 30 Orders hue been tssuoa to the governor of Su Chau to send a picked force of Man iujJw lpt to tean Ore BT Ms tw4 vr Brins TODA Y Spanish Peggy- A STORY OF ILLINOIS IN PIONEER DAYS I7 MARY HA1TWELL CATHE1WOOD It Is a story of the martyr president Abraham Lincoln of the war governor of Illinois Richard Yates j of Lincolns sweetheart Aon Rutledgc It Is located in New Salem Illinois at a time when Lincoln was a young man there In characters plot loca tion time and literary merit it Is an ideal story Mrs Gather wood called it her favorite Remember the opening chapter In THE CITIZENS four serial stories Per year alone subscribers get twice the f subscription price in actual value Any one of the fifteen other special features and departments of THE CITIZEN is worth its cost Cut Raceriiereat Date 190 JAMES M RACER Baron Ky Inclosed find flOO for TIIE CITIZEN until Jan li 1905 with picture 10 x 12 in and special numbers according to your offer Name Post otfce e County State THE CITIZENS CLASSIFIED AD COLUMN linelfirstNo matter where you live or what colIumncompany order WANTED PURCHASER for an extra good sad die new for twothirds the cost price Inquire of Treasurer O borne TO BORROW MONEY for the extensive building projects of Berpa College in sums of five hundred dollars or more paying interest for six months or a year Inquire of Treas T J 08borneILOOM AND FLAX WHEELTdrs H W Graham Berea College Berea Ky would like to communi cato with anyone having a loom or good flex wheel for sale A GOOD WEAVER understanding- the weaving of coverlids will be given work at the Weaving House on Industrle81Berea GEESE Will pay highest cash price J HNea Main St Richmond Ky 12 1 TURKEYS GEESE and all kinds produce highest cash prices paid- Beroa Produce Co 11 6 FOR SALE TWO MILCH COWS fresh Jersey and Shorthorn W B Jones Pt 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 vardIFOR RENT HOUSE AND LOT on Center street for rent LT sale well located Ap ply to J W Hoskins 12 2 F G GALLOWAY FARM166 acres far year 1604 Apply to E T Fish 11 26 KUDOL DYSPKlSIA CUIIK Digests all classes of food tones andstrengthens the stomach and di gestive organs Cures Dyspepsia In digestion Stomach Troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure re builds wornout tissues purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach saysIKodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it a very effective and indeed powerful remedy for stomach nayfrieadeCo nvu Mrs Fred Unreal President Country Club Denton Harbor Midi net my lint baby was born did not urn to itgtln my strength although the doctor gave me s tonic which he coluld red very superior but instead of getting better grew weaker every day My huj band Insisted that take Wine of Cardui for a week and see what It would do for me did take the medicine and was very grateful to find my strength and slowly returning two weeks was out of bed and in a month was able to take up my usual duties I am very enthuil astic In Its Iralse Wine of Cardui reinforces the organs of generation for the ordeal preg nancy It prevents mis carriage No woman who of Cardui need fear the coming of her child If Mrs Unrath had taken Vine of Cardui before her baby came she would not have been weakened as she was Her rapid should commend this remedy to oyer tnnt mother Wine Cardui regulates tho menstrual flo- wWINEOFCARDq9 1vt OFFER NUMBER TWO THE CITIZEN and the JOSHER bo One Year for the Fries of Tile CITIZEN The first number of TIIE Joanna a 16 page monthly jocular journal for jocose jolliers is just out and has scored a decided success The trio of cousins Bruce Kirkpatriok Bruce Barton and Clark Hinman are the editors and publishers TUG J SHER certainly fills a long felt wont The subscription price for the school year is 40cj however by special arrange manta both THE CITIZEN and THE Joanna can be had for the price of TUE CITIZEN alone 100 per year This offer is good only until Dec 1 The lighter and more humorous vein of THE JOSHER finely supplements the more serious and dignifiedreading matter found in THE CITIZEN Send 1100 to Jas M Racer Berea Ky at once and get the college joke M werf M the college news l1lii Hu = I YOUR LETTERS Your letlrrn Your Uttiiv They bone my soul s fetters f IFAnd bear It aloft where gluryllghta shitio llthan Intoxication rare oxnltntlnn No toper oer flare In the Julcriif the vine 1011 lovr me You love me mettIn th brine There le no tomorrow No cloud time no sorrow No diirknem ao long as your bonny eye slilne No ilnrknrs forevcrl No darkness no never No vearlhess Dear one your oul call ttoOer mine mountain nnd 1111 Swift mcnvrngcr quiver My hiT hears the call amt gives greeting to thins tAnddear your sweet letters Are sorrow forgetters Kuch line bens n balm each word and IInI wee thought of grieving tor leaving A heart that Is gladilfiutl by love as Is mine M Iewir In Houston Post IiJj SPANISH PEGGY r A STORY OF YOUNG ILLINOIS i By Mary Hartwell Cnthcrwood upright 110 br Herberts 81010 tCo 11CHAPTER I lay stretched on his stomach htb head supported by life hands facing the coopers fireplace blaze of shavings and blocks lighted cobwebby beams overhead clean ttivea and hooppolos standing around the wall the coopers workbench and tools the lank aguish face of a man oho sat on a keg beside the hearth r holding a book from which tho young student recited The shop had part of a log left out In the side filled llko all New Salem windows with oiled paper Instead of glass Outer darkness made this a blurred oblong framed by logs People knew that the cooper lot young Lincoln turn his shop into a study every evening and no ono be fore this night had come picking at the latchThe strings pulled In MInter said Lincoln turning his head as sup pressed laughter and a shuffle of feet on the log step disturbed his recitation Never mind the boys theyll go way I pretty soon Maybe the Grove fellows have come to town said the aguish young man on tho keg listening anxiously Theyd as lief break in the coopers 4ti paper as not t reckon wed better hurry any urged the student and he con IIl repeating as rapidly as he could remainder of the lesson Presently with a click the door turned back on its wooden hinges and II humped the wall I know you Sllcky declared the looldngIname of Sllcky Green if you hadnt a way of getting what you want He scooped a double handful of blocks and shavings on the blaze and warned by some unusual restraint at the door i hastily drew up his length before the fire It showed him a slim giant in blue homespun trousers which did not quite cover his ankles and an open roundabout hanging loosely from the thatIwithtleavingiHow did you know I was home from college Abe Dick and I rode In from the farm on purpose to see 1you This Is Dick Yates one of our from the Jacksonville school Dick Mils Is Abe Lincoln How do you do Dick said Abe offering his hand Dickjour schoolmaster I MInter Grayham continued Sticky presenting the paleoccupant oftho keg MInter rose with the dignity of a man who often pronounced words of five syllables The mounting firelight found reflecting threads In Dick Yates bright auburn hair The schoolmaster 4thought him a beautiful young fellow manners Ills features perfectly modeled and rosy as a girls were manly from full forehead to out standing chin Though a robust well knit figure for n lad of 18 his head r barely reached Lincolns shoulder as r the two stood looking at each other Ivo been telling Dick so much about you Abe that he wanted to seo Slickyi Dick blushed with eager friendliness and recognition of powerAre you studying Dlaclstone inquired Dick ludcatlng the hugeei book which Dante Urayham closedYes Its mighty interesting read ing to meIIm going to study law too Hut II scares mo to death to begin a delutei and Sllcky says you make a fineispeech I If I ever tact you as an opponent Id want some advantage Spese wa malce a compact to worl together on our first case Done said Yates Its a ij good WOI1I Green spoke a girls voice torn the humid spring darkness out i situ have you forgot how Lad the I i t J r wolves arc In o timber we have to rldo through Come In girls exclaimed the pro t tutorhordCome in Nancy and Ann Rut WOIII from street hearing Nanny Green company laughing and half reluctant and let themselves be coaxed Into sharing a long bench which the boys drew up before the flro It was like mr Invasion of swallows Abe inked up alt the shavings and blocks and brought them to the hearth A Nearlyewere dresses They lad stepped out of their homes along the winding road tor the mere pleasure of being abroad and free from the tasks at the end of the day with the exception of Nancy Green and Martha Hell Clary who had allenight wlth lahaln Cameron A simi lar group of young people In a French cabin would have cleared the floor directly for dancing all the merrier for having met unexpectedly nut these children of serious Massachusetts Tennessee Carolina nnd Kentucky pioneers held experience meeting In stead Tho state was still so young end their knowledge of the wide world so limited that they and their elders took primitive delight In tolling over their own adventures The oftener a story was repeated the more dignity it acquired Talking about wolves said young Green when nobody had said a word about wolves since the girls entrance looking at his sister with sly enjoy ment I was going afoot to the mill early one morning last summer and met two in the Patha black one and a gray one I stood still and looked at them and thoystood stilt nnd looked at me I knew It I turned to run they would pull me down In a minute Finally I whipped out my Jackknife and cut a rosinweed and lashed at them yelling with nil my might They were scarred they ran like sheep Or like that wagon that you stopped beforowe came to Illinois retorted his sister Nancy When daddy was going to move from CarlIna he bought a new wagon We children had never seen such a thlnjr and wte climbed the spokes and William took hold of the chain on the tongue The wagon started down lull and everybody let go but William Tho tongue ran into a tree and broke and left the chain in his band I was going to hold on If it killed mo mother says he For If that wagon had got away how were we going to move out to Illinois Speaking about sheep continued young Green as If he had not heard the wagon story daddy told Nancy when she was herding the sheep that site must carry a bag with her and save the wool that stuck to tho bushes Our old ewe was tame and It was easier to pick the wool oft her back than to hunt through tho bushes So Nancy picked the old ewe and came home with a full poke two nights hand running The first night daddy reused her but the second night he found It out L wasnt ten years oM then remembered Nancy and my conscience hurt me worse the first night than daddys punishment did the second That reminds me Nancy said Lincoln of what your mother told me Lucky did when he was about ten years old Ho brought in some frozen eggs and raked out the coals and put the eggs to thaw on her best pewter platter She said when she found the melted pewter running all over the hearth she felt discouraged about him Ann Hutledgc laughed and flung one of her thick auburn braids behind her shoulder Havent you any talo to tell of Abe MInter Grayham MInter Grayham used to having lilt name prolonged by tho soft southern drawl with gentle familiarity smiled and shook his head No one around the coopers fireplace had a sense of the degradation of poverty or tho human experience Life in New Salem was full of zest which they brought from Massa chusetts from Kentucky and Tennessee and Carolina mountains and from good English ancestry though it was merely the ordinary pioneer life of a young As statlIblaze flared higher a scream like a rabbits pierced the doorway and something writhed over the stop on the punclnon floor A furious woman the vision of a witch with beard grow ing tufted on Itot long chin whacked the writhing object with a crutch as hard as she could plant tho blows Ann Ilutlcdge screamed Hold on cried Lincoln in two cr three long strides Dont do that He received on his arm the last stroke of the stick which the woman carried with her as she ran from him Oh my dear said Ann brushing shavings off a llttlo girl whom she helped up from the floor arc you hurtSally got me that time the cjilld answered hopping to balance herself and laughing while tears ran down her cheeks She toot my crutch from me so I couldnt run nut I saw this door open and goody Im In And she was born a white woman cried Ann indignantly Sally Shirk shack behave like a savage You would think she was the Indian and Shlcfcshacl the white Im nimbler than Sally when I have my crutch laughed the child Hill weeping through her laughter und trying to swallow her sob Ann and flick Yates helped her to the coopers touch Piteous nnd courageous as tho little figure was the other girls looked at her with dtafator and one of tho younger Uutledges whispered to Ma hala Cameron that a certain person- as always tagging Ann as If resent nil interference with a sisters privi legeNever mind Peggy wild Lincoln cheerfully Sally will make a man of tfot M1Jr I jou if hard knocks can do it Where arc Shlckshnck and the boy They havent come la from hunt ins Sally took tho opportunity to enjoy herself He drcwhls own largo bandana hand kerchief out of his pocket and kindly wiped the childs face She hiccoughed III her effort to control moro tears and smiled at him Ann kept one arm around her mud brushed down the hair which straggled to her shoulders Peggy had n colorless aquiline rnw Dud n prominent though tiny mouth her short upper lip failing to quite con teal her teeth Her dress was of soft tanned deerskin anti showed by Iti lines that It had been cut out by a masculine knife Instead of by femtnhu- retssors Thrro was scarcely a fold to conceal her slim shape and its scants ness displayed one moeraslned too hanging down Her other foot was curled under the bench whllo pointing straight at the fire was a wooden to strapped to her knee Sho tried wit careful hands to spread the skin drapery over If Dick Yates could not help looking at her with curiosity Even In that time when so many mixed elements went to the treating of a sMtlomen she was an unusual figure Ann Hut A FflUorS WOMAN WIIVKKU TIn WIllTIIINtJ OIMliCT WITH A CllLTCH AS IIAIin AS Slit COOL I ILANT TIll UIUWH- bdge reeking on Peggys head and back the welts left by the crutch noticed the Inquiry In his oye answered it She is not Sally Shlckslmeks child or Shlckshacks either They have btcn in New Salem only a little while Ho Is a Sac Indian anti likes to live limon white men Ills white wife you saw She has a stepson I think a Canadlen boy There are four In the family Shlckshack and his wife have no children of their own though people say the was married twice before Ho is a good Indian The good Indian that moment appeared at the door with his wifes step Ion behind him That he had almost come upon his wife in tho act of using the crutch was evident for he carried the crutch ly his hand and had not ct unslung from his back a full games bag Ills gun he rested against the wan within tho door Come In everybody cried young Green All New Salem Is on a frolic tonight Sally has just been hero en joying herself Shlckshnck ant wo expected you and AntoIne would fol lowThe Indian with dignity stopped upon the puncheons and as soon as he saw leggy a look of satisfaction re lieved the tension of his face She sa still within Ann Hutledgos ores but gave tho men of her family an rffcctlonato glance Antywfne who hart probably been christened Antolnc and was known to bear tho name of La Chance kept shyly in the back ground lifting himself with a graceful tprlng to sit by the vise on the coopers high workbench But Shlckshack strode forward to sit in full council as because his ago and character MInter Grayham hastily giving him tho keg moccnpjeIscams But Shlckkhack had compro mised with the white mans dress by subtltutlng a roundabout for a huntingshirt This was buttoned around the breechcloth girding his waist but stood open showing his sinewy red neck at tho top lie hall also let his hair grow and it made a black thatch upon his head Dick Yates gave Shickshack tho grave salutation which he know an Indian loved The Sac fastened his eyes on Dick as the chief man at the t fire and the one for whom perhaps It had Icon kindled Though his face did not betray it ho was pleased also to hear the young pale face talking to Peggy under the chatter of other voicesYou have as much spunk as a boy approved Dick I II 10 to see a little girl able to hush up crying Dui I am not n little girl said Peggy I am 15 years old Fifteen Peggy You cant be 161 thought you were about 10 Thats because I am so little for my age And my name Isnt really Peggy They called you Peggy Thats because pave a peg leg My own name Is Consuelo Larimer And I have another that the Sacs called me Everybody who went to MInter Gray hams schoolhouse know that her name was set down as fonsuelo Lori per on his book It ucant nothing In New Salem but Y lca beard it with quick interest Va old Don Luis Lorlmcr who used to be a Spanish governor down tho river a long while ago any rela lion of yours 4 tZ q Shlckahack on hU keg uttered so strong a grunt that all tho others stopped talking and Intoned The young chief knows a heap said Shlckshnck I only know there was such n gov error on old Spanish ground part French himself but his write was puro Spanish Ive boon to CIO Jlrardoau But dont know whether he has any living descendants or not Last grandchild said Shickshack indicating Pogfiy Her cyst moved np prohenslvely from white Ind to Indian Then youre n Spaniard said Dick hlm not n Spaniard denied Peggy facing down the accusation vchc neatly Im whilst e3llanlnrds arc white Im like white folks In New Salem vaguetlodges nut Mahala Cameron and Martha Loll Clary looking nt her sus nnhlemlioi xInixed blood and really ought to bo called a Crook pursued Dick Intorostod In the yaw That a n kind of n pullet whls pored Martha Bell to Mahalm Im nor of mixed blood cried Peg y unable to bear any moro Why cxcrylxMly here Is of inl od Wood asserted Dick and that was a comfort It gave her tho chance to lcxi bark ut her antagonists Hae you never told her that uho as Spanish Dick Inquired of Shlck tllnrt The silent Indian shook hula head Ills impassive faro glowod In tile fire likhi Young Yates soemed to have tot a sell on him From IK ten tents of his heavy ganro bug wlilrh ho heIna t he was ready to lay everything he owned at the young chiefs feet How did the Sac brave rorno to adopt tho Sptuitih child Inquired lilt Shkkshaek silently admired his knowledge of how to address n Sat rave without offensively shouting out that bravos nnmo In public No father No mother MP hunt wlh hr father on the Platte Mr love white men l nee that time Never In my Ufj mo shod white mans blood When hf die be give his child to me ITo 1M Continue Inimi lnllll Uoril Nelly had been waiting n the par lor for hor lovers return for what heartjhim young slender but bravo to rah ntv ctowiad nlonc with her stern father In tile grim old library The door opened at last and IIP stood before her unscathed a slush on his cheeks and a strung expression In his oye Did you zee pats Will she asked with trembling onKcrnoas Ye dearest he ansvcrctl Anil what did ho say Will Tell me what he said Ho refused 0 your eyes toll mo ho refused he willnot give mo to your Hut will be I am yours I do not foar his harshneas we lIIl1y- lIut ho only looked down Into her pleading face like a man in a dream Tell mo then for I cannot watt she burst forth again was he brutal and cruel to you What did he do What did he say William Ixmgton drew a long deep breath and whispered slowly Ho only said Thank Heaven and went on writing Stray Stories Thr Only Safe foiimr The supervisor who was always giving the children Instructions an to what to do in case of flro usual inldo his visits to tho school alone l ut ono day there was a board meeting and five supervisors descended on tbo class atonreTho children had been well drilled by their teacher anti from previous experience they know just what Mr Wales would ask them So titer a painful period of hesitating answers and mistakes with the other visitors It was n great relief to see Mr Wales rise to HJilrcw tl1 mIYou have the other gentlemen said their friend and told them what you know on the subjects they have chosen what would you do If were to make you a little speechForm a lino anti march down stairs chanted tho chorus with beaming faces Youths Companion Wlml Slit Cniild ItO I am glad said tho wealthy mer chant that the baby Is a girl Wouldnt you rather have a boy that you could train to succeed your In busi nessNo indeed replied the wealthy merchant A boy would go to college learn to play baseball and prob ably become a member of one of tho professional leagues lie would be of no business advantage to me what ever But a girl What can a girl do Why she can marry the confidential clerk who Is gradually stealing very thing Ive got and so keep the money In the family Chicago Post Slury or Jerome It Is said that once whoa DIsMIrt Attorney Jerome of New York w j a very small boy ho and his father got Into a New York stage to ride uptown It was crowded but the elder Jerome found ono seat wti i oupon he snI fak ing upon his knee young Travers Pros ctitly tho stage stopped and a hand romely dressed woman got In No body having got out there was no seat and nobody offered to make room Finally tho strain on tho elder Jerome became too great and looking reprov ingly at Trevors ho said Travcrs why dont you get up and give the lady yoai seat A Sweet Tooth la responmblo for many ochoa nnd pnins Hut whatever tho cause of do cny it should bo arrested1nud tho Teeth put in good condition Wo clean tillor extract tooth without pain to the patient Our fiuuHots of teeth at Vi made on zylonito or rubber art absolutoly per feet Wo guarantee them Tooth extracted 25 cents Tholxvst nnmlgnm filling 76 cents Special ac commodations for patients from n ilistnuco who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson Of lie nrU Iorto lull j e Richmond Ky ibrelrIthtnuent 1CU1n1tl1IIf u rfree hrri ADI rrxjrlon jxilontiiUitij SWIFT 8 CO Lisp Opp US Pent once Woiklngloo 0 C yoaf want ItiLsIf fiutoj enl tor TELEPHONES CcnpItU 750 ptrriir Fh rsir of rbon err stout s5 pit seI eon w Ins DIapsoiothis enroot rn mane It rcwaryeuet m It Soul nrrTloui k aleta el KiKtrlrai or rn eonIe111dtMn uhdes- the r V Rtr it1mlUGtTara ivrvt eery 11tspliiad1e It IlKiniAX TAIKL irk JvnuTttlNl rLLCrett- sL23idwJcrrarlllnesMS Lot KVILLK Kr Till lone Stir Stale Down in Texas at Vonkuui is n big dry goods firm of which Mr J M UallurU tho head Mr huller oil ono of his trips East to buy goods said to a friend who was with him in the palnco carIf lIon tako ono of thcso Liltlo Early Misers upon retir ing and you will bo up early in the morning feeling good For the dark brown taste headacho and that logy feeling Do Witln Little Early llinora aro tho best pills to use Sold by East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Derea College has secured market for homosmin anti homowoven goods such as bid coverlids linen drew linsoy jeans blankets ole at follow fag prici 60Io yard Jesus GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f3 a pair White Mosey and white blankets aro not in demand onlon orders Corerlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wido Bnd2i yards 90 inches long All dyea used must bo old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell coyer lids or homespun to Boroa College hould find out what tho College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in per too or by letter tc Mrs HetUe W Graham Berea Ky Couglilnc Spill CUMM heath Harry Duckwell aged 25 years choked to death early yesterday morning at his homo in tho presence of his wife and child Ho contracted a slight cold a low days ago and paid but little attention to it Yesterday morning ho was soized with a fit of coughing which continued for some timorHis wife sent for a physician but before ho could arrive another coughing spell came on and Duckwell died from suffocation St Louis GloboDeinocrnt Dee 11901 Bal lards Horohoiind Syrup would havo saved him 25o EOo and 100 at East End Drug Store OK ST IOKKS IItIVTIlIt eri TritlHr In tb iircliniiilitrulnC- oiiuli llftiiinlj- rAshburnhnin Out April 1411103 I think it is only right that 1 should oil you what n wonderful effect Cham horlaind Cough Itotuody linn produced Tho day boforo Easter I was so dis tressed with u cold anti cough that I Vtlulicst almost choked by the cough Time 4 saint tint I received nu order from you for a bottle of your Cough Horn oily I nt onco procured n Bnmplo bottle nnd took about three doses of the medicino To my great relief tho cough nut cold hud completely din appeared and I was able to preach three times on Enflter Day know that this rapid and clfoctivo euro was duo to your Cough Honiedy mnko this test immtial without Holioilaliou being thankful to have found such H God sent remedy Ittwpcvt fully yours E A LANUFKIOT I- To Chnmbetlaiu Modicinu Co Thin remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr J MONUMEMSIUrns OrallUand Mrbl Work of all kind donu In n norkmnnliko manner at n n onnblo prices andwith iliNjmtch Allwork gear auteod b- yGOLDEN FLORA rilCHMOND Ky t rnnol Itabd rnllin Hltr li L SS 4ruTorlle rnmlly Itrinnljr Frequently accidents occur in tho household which cause hurtle cuts sprains amid bruises lor use in such cases Uallards Snow Liniment bas for many years boon tho constant favorite family remedy 25c Wa and 1 jlOOat East End Drug Store I DR M Ee JONES x Dentist etOOlce Over Printing office Office Days Wednesday to cn1tol the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Fittwliip Menls Uonrd and Lodging at popular prices Nousejilichmond R G ENGLE PropIJMO THIS IS THE TIME L- ORWinter t Robes I It Wo are showing Iho largest line that was over brought into t the city of Richmond f IRudlRANGE PRICEFROM I 150 to 1500 t tfA J THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS Fiuits and vegetables a specialty orrosiTc xunocTits itttt U THE JOLLY SERVING MEN I have neither home nor cantle Nor u InKle toot of land Hut Ive tdi Tony NtrvlnKmen hUlldrBoiuttlrnts they err 10 Idle Hoinrtlmrit I Imve lo hitch Ilitm up With a th ckrcln mid a bridle i In wlnUrtlrnt itiry lo xihool Dread iiiiiuly nil iniirlhtr In fcummtrtlmo llioy In rr Inc go Quite frte of fur or leather It through the funMs ur ui tide Or full tar OIr Ibo sru All In u row on Mltitr Mjr rood urn follow Ine Tho captain IhUlIrfdarf mtn And two lure Blunts tall Juit fourof than are mliMtliiK And two ore mtlur mnall Iflow cow ul on yourtliliifclncop Ill the you KurMr tn If you will tfil me who they are My Jolly ittvlngmen Pauline C llouve In Youths Com pinion RAGS IS INTELLIGENT noon rat tit reurrn Illnirn IlulII Irrforiim Mniiy iuiitliiti hint Trlrlin Rags Is a beautiful and perfectly marked raccuw cat which was Kent to Mlea Taunt r by ono of her admirers from Maine th homo of some of the finest coon cats Ho has a mile sweet face with sea rrwn yep and U as proud ns n peacock of his long bushy tall which ho waves over his hack like a plume When hun 1Iry he gore to Isle cup and plate knock one against tho other making nil the noise he can In this way ho 10 minds MUs Tannnr that he Id ready 10 rat If given any fund ho thus not fancy lie will tip over his dish spilling the contents on tho Hour and pawing It urouml He will then walk away na U tllllIstedHaga never cries during tho tight when ho wishes anything but jumping on Miss Tanners bed ho gently pats her face until aho wakens and walls on him Strange to say ho ruin neither climb nor jump high perhaps because HaJlIl1chlomlrun away rather than fight In the winter when his paws are wet ho places them over the warm register to dry standing thrro ro gravely and with rich a buslnestllko air that every one laughllio Me him Hags submits to Ms dally combing with a nuirtyrllke quietness knowing well that tilt big red how that finishes 9 his toilet U all that he need to complete Sttlt Louie GlotaDmnocrat IHow Cackle Saved the Barn IIC AC1CM2 must have stolen her nest again said sirs Borden I too her KO Into the barn every tiny ant yet you say tint you I cannot And any of her eggs Suppose you go now and take another look its pretty late In tho season Iichlldrcnworm fur her tot begin to set at this time of the year- dont rce how mother expects to And Cackles nest when Its not tight cnoiiKh to see nn lhlng and site never will let us bring a lantern up here grumbled Hob Ill tell you what Ill do Janey Ive Rot some matches In my pocket and Ill light them and find tho eggs and then we wont havo to kop our play every afternoon to come up bps and look for old Cackle and her nut So W produced the few Matches for which he bad that noon traded several cooklcc at the village school and boldly lighted The first revealed nothing except the mounds of hay nor was the t FOcnud more successful but by the light of the third ha saw Cackles red comb and bright ecs on a beam far above theta There she LlI cried Bob overjoyed at the of his expedient Now we can tell mother where the nest and fattier or one of the men can go up after It Ilarh as a peculiar whistle sounded from below Thero Charley Drown Wpre going down to the brook this i fftexnoon do you want to come Of course Jsney wanted to go in the Itrook 10 BoW extinguished for thought 1a dk1 tbtnitvb which lie held tossed i A BRAND NEW ANIMAL II II Culled lie yrtirulft and ti s Coen bluntlon of Zebra and Chet limit Tony Here is a brand new aulmaltbe zclirtilc ro called It U a combination of llurchcll zebra and Shetland pony and tin breeders are expecting all man tiers of wonderful things of P particu lady lit tho line of mountain battery work for the British army In northern India It moves more like a zebra than u horse and possesses the best qualities I AN AMtlCAN ZKtmtJIIi of both although the stubbornness of the zebra at times Is sold to dominate Tho New York Herald rays that for strength Intelligence and nlcrliuhs this hybrlC la greatly Indebted to Its zebra sire It In more raklly broken than the mule common In American commute and It Is the expectation of breeders that tho rcbruli will become the mulo of the twentieth century Johnny lluiirr In Tlioiil In a downtown school In Philadel phia tho teacher hat just started a new daM In history After going over the preliminaries she asked ono of the younger members of the class Johnny who was the greatest man the United Jjlnt clever had dont know maam said Johnny after thinking hard for a few moments but Mr Dooley Is the greatest niAn this country ever knew No sold the teacher trying to suppress a rmllc but Im going to tell you anti dont want you to forget It was George Washington The next day to test his power of remembrance the boy was asked again Ho lad for gotten but managed to look up and say I forget maam but he was a laundry man 11 IMK rrg nf Iliiriirn Tho flying frog Is found In Borneo It uses an expansive membrane on each of lust foot In sailing from tree lo tree Tho webs enable him to do this In tho aamo way as the wings of modern lying machines enable their Inventors to re main for a time In the air It carclc ly on thin floor and followed dourly by his titter battened to join his friendAfter the childrens hattty exit wo road In the Iueblo Chieftain the at tention of the old gray hen was attracted by a sputtering cracking noise and peering from her lofty perch she saw tiny yellow lames font spreading In nil directions from tho spot where Hob had dropped his match At Oral she merely watched It curiously hut when ensue fmuiko suddenly came toward her she all nl onto realized that danger was threatening her and her precious eggs An Foon ai she came to this conclu sion tho old hen low through the fast mounting volume of smoke and down HAN LIKU A WAD THING CACKLING AT TOI QV 11UR VOICE ogee success Use wider to the ground after which be ran like a rand thing cackling at the top of her voice any one who had heard her would havo acknowledged that she had been west named straight In the Kitchen door Mrs Borden was deep In a hatch of bread but sho realized that something was wrong and stopped to the door froin which to her horror she saw BIIIOlu curling upward from the roof of the barn In more than one place Put this unexpected sight did not canto her lo lose her presence of mind Shun caught tho dlnnei horn from Its plate beside the door and blew several vigorous blastsA hrlgaflo was at once organ ized and s6ine of the neighbor lending their help the fire was soon subdued and the tiara coved Ibougb U hay is the loft wag ru tl1I THE CANAL TREATY h It Will Ho Sifriicil ns Soon ns Umivcd by the until The Panama Minister Is Authorized to Inform the United States Govern ment of That Pact Great Re Jolting on the Isthmus Panama Nov iThe Junta cnm posed of Jose AugiiBtln Arango Tom Dforlun and Manuel Kflplnopa held n meeting at 10 oclock Thursday morn- Ing all the ministers of stato and councillors being present and agreed unanimously to ratify the canal treaty soon as It received lucre and au thorize Minister Hunan Varilla offi dolly to communicate time Juntas de cision to the United States govern went Tho decision of the Junta was re aired with great Joy throughout tho Isthmus without distinction of partlri or classes Itr Adms Walker and Glaus have been Informed of the ac tion taken by the Junta Washington Nov 27 Official con firmation of the determination of the Panama Junta to ratify tho HayUunau Varilla Panama canal treaty was received by Minister Varilla at 330 oclock Thursday afternoon Tha state department being closed Thurs day Mr Varilla communicated the news Informally to Mr Loomis who Is acting secretary In tho absence of Mr Hay Tho ministers dispatch is no follows Panama Nov 2C Varilla minim ter plenipotentiary of the republic of Panama Washington In view of the approbation given by the delegates Monitor and lloyd tho commissioner who wero sent by tho government of Panama to confer with Mr Varilla to tho HayUunau treaty you are author- Ized to notify olllclally the government of tho United States that as soon as the document IK received by the Junta of the government of tho republic of Panama It will be ratified and sign doSlimed J A Mango Tomas Arias Manuel EfpInoNi Countersign ed by tho minister of foreign rela tion 1 Do IM Esprllla Minister Varilla calls special attention to time fact that the message received by him is signed not only by the members of tho Junta but alto by the minister of foreign relations which ho says gives the communica ion tho character of a formal decree of the government Tho action taken by time Panama junta doubtless Is duo in part at least to tho urgent representations of Mln Inter Varilla that prompt steps bo taken with a vlow to the ratification of tho treaty as soon as It shall rends Panama last Saturday tho minister cabled a long synopsis of the treaty to Panama Since that time ho ham been In communication with the government on the subject The minister recounted with a great deal of gratification Thursday night the rapid progress of events since the birth of the new republic of Panama three weeks ago ending Thursday with the declaration of the JunK to ratify tho Panama canal treaty IN A BLINDING SNOW STORM Carlisle Indian Defeated the Northwestern University Chicago Nov 27 Carlisle Indians In Thursdays game with Northwestern university demonstrated too superior ity of tho football that has node the Iced men formidable gridiron warriors In the east by defeating the Purple 28 to 0 At times during the onesided contest snow fell In such blinding swirls that tho gridiron and players were concealed twin tho 3000 enthu siasts who gathered to root Impartially for the Kvnnstoti eleven and till pop ular Indians Coach McCormlrks eleven was materially weakened by tie absence of Guard Phillips from tho lint Tho old Carlisle linemen refused to play against his former colleagues Watching tho contest from the stand Phillips sold that had the field been fre from snow Carlisles gpeqdy backs would have doubled the score REPRESENTATIVE RICHARDSON Thrown Heavily to the Ground While Alighting From a Street Car Washington Nov 27 Keprescnta live James n lllchardsoinof Tennessee lost his footing while alighting front a street ear Thursday and was thrown heavily In thin ground this right hip Was sprained and ho was se verely shaken up Mr Richardson VMS resting easily at his homo Thursday night where It was raid the uxtnt of tho Injury could not be told Thanksgiving Day Reception Vienna Nov 7Unltell States Ambassador Storer and Mrs Storer held their first Thanksgiving Day reception at tho embassy Thursday afternoon About 200 persons were present In dulling a large representation of tie American colony Chicago Defeated By Michigan Chicago Nov 7Ille Coach Stags lay bundled up In blankets lu a closed carriage at Marshall flclil Thursday Coach Yosts Michigan footlmll players overwhelmed Chicago In tho nominal Thanksgiving day contest by the score of 28 to 0 Print Paper Mills Shut Down Appleton WIs Nov 2iAII the print paper mills In the Fox river val ley region and throughout the west shut down Tauraday and will remain down threo days pn agreement of tht announced purpose pf curtailing IFIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS i Extra Washington Nov 21SenatoThe senate held Its longest sitting of the cession Friday beginning at noon and concluding at 315 p in The entire time was consumed In debating a mo tlcn to refer the Cuban reciprocity Mil to the committee on foreign relations The political linn was sharply drawn In time discussion the republicans ad vocating such reference and the demo crats contending that the measure should go to the committee on finance The motion prevailed without division Tho debate served to bring out some incidental references to time merits of the bill Mr Teller took occasion to correct published reports that he has hope of defeating the hUh or that ho Intends unduly to obstruct Its consid oration Messrs Allison and Aldrich announced their willingness to have the bill go to tao foreign relations committee but they united In an ex pression of opinion that such reference should form no precedent for tae refer ence of revenue hills in the future Mr Allison also denied that there was an of revising tho tariff by reciprocity treaties House Two bills were Introduced In tho house allowing free transporta tion of pension vouchers through the malls One was Introduced by Repre sentative Marshall and time other by Jtepresentatlve Dick Washington Nov 21SenateInna- ma and Cuba engaged the attention of the senate Monday to the exclusion of all other questions Mr Hale moored to reconsider the vote by which the Ktwlands Joint resolution for the an nexation of Cuba was referred to n committee and several speeches were made on the motion without disposing of It Messrs Hale Lodge and Platt Ct disavowed any desire on tie part of the United Slates to acquire Cuba and expressed regret that the resolu then had been Introduced Mr New lands defended the measure as present ing a natural solution of the problem of tho relationship between the two countries The Panama question came tip in connection with tho announce went of reorganization of senate com mittees Mr Morgan dem Ala being relieved from the chairmanship of the committee on Interoceanic canals Before tae order went Into effect Mr Morgan took the floor and his speech proved to bo a discussion of the entire canal question with liberal criticisms of tho president for hits course He had not concluded when the senate adjourned and will proceed Tuesday Before adjournment the senate unani mously agreed to vote on the Cuban bill December ICth next Washington Nov 2IiSenateThe Panama canal question was again the lending topic under consideration by the senate Tuesday arid Mr Morgan was again mho speaker of the tiny Ho continued his review of time history of the efforts to secure an Istimlan cane and declared that to the presidents ambition to secure tie credit of a unique administration must be credited the favoritism manifested by him toward the Panama route lie assort ed that resident McKinley had favor ed the Nicaraguan line and this statement was challenged by Mr Hanna who said he knew of his own personal knowledge that Mr McKinley had urged tho most careful Investigation alter he had learned that tae Panama canal property was available The question of committee assignments was again postponed as was also the motion to reconsider the vole on the Newlands Joint resolution concerning the annexation of CubnIWashington Nov 2GSenateThe senate Wednesday completed time ap pointments of committees for the D8th congress adopted the motion provid lug for tho reconsideration of the vote by which tho Newlands joint lesolu lion for the annexation of Cuba war referred to committee and made tieCuban reciprocity bill the unfinished business Tho first speech on the merits of the Cuban bill was made by Mr Carmack dem Tenn who op posed the bull and said that nothing less than general tariff revision would give the relief needed There was fur ther debate between Mr Hale rep Mej Mr Teller dem Col and Mr Newlands on the Nowhinds resolution In walch Mr Newlauds further out lined his views and Mr Hale depre sated all agitation on the subject Teller declared that Cuba was In n rcnso a dependency of the United States Tho senate adjourned until Friday Attempt to Capture Sea Lion llaclno WIs Nov 2iBlg Hen the sea lion which escaped from Lincoln quirk Chicago a week ago appeared In the river here Thursday and every effort Is being made to capture him but without success Nets have been stretched across the river to prevent hum from going into the lake Football Player Badly Injured Paris Ilh Nov 27JoflIx McWhlr ter jr n Dcpauw student is still un conscious and believed to bo fatally In jured as tho result of a collision with Shaw the Parl half back In the game between Paris and Greencastle Ind McWhlrter Is tho son of a prominent Indianapolis lawyer Firemen Lost Their Lives Omiua Neb Nov 27tour firemen were burned to death and property loss amounting to J30000Q Is the result of a fire Thursday In the whole tale grocery house of Allen Bros In addition to time big fivestory building occupied by the Allen llroa that occu pied by tho Pacific Storage Co adjoining was also consumed Makes a Plea for Statehood Washington Nov 27The annual report of Gay Otero of New Mexico makes a plea for the admission of the territory to statehood The report says that during tho past year the building of railroads continued with unabated Vigor Bryan the Guest of Honor Ixindon Nov 27 Thanksgiving day was celebrated by the American socie ty In London at a banquet given at the Hotel Cecil Thursday night There were over 400 covers William JeD rlnfu liryan Will the guest of honor Kentucky PickUps KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY WON The Riot Which Was Expected Failed to Materialize Lexington Ky Nov 7rl1c riot Which was expected In the Kentucky university arid State college football Game Thursday as thn result of a bitter controversy carried on for two weeks failed to materialize This was duo principally to the police precautions Uoth teams were heavily loaded with ringers for an emergency It having been agreed that no ques lion will liu asked Kentucky university however played Its regular team throughout and not a man was put out of the game State college lined up with nine ringers who were displaced six time by other ringers Kentucky univer sity won by a score of 17 to 0 Kentucky university made two touchdowns and a goal In the second half At least fl5OOQVas bet on the game Attendance 5000 With the defeat of the University of Virginia by Urn University of North Carolina Thursday Kentucky univer sity claims the championship of the south Kentucky university suffered ltn only defeat from Virginia by a wore of to 0 and defeated North Carolina to 5 BIG WILD HOG A Posse Ran It Down and Succeeded In Killing It Petersburg Ky Nov 27Ior sev eral months a big and desperate wild hog has been terrorizing the Inhabit ants In the vicinity of Split rock threo miles below here on the Ohio river Women have been afraid to visit and rchool children had to be kept home on account of the depredations of the monster A posse of men was organ ized armed with Winchesters and found the hog in the woods on Col G It Berkshires farm The animal was surrounded but made Its escape after badly wounding a horse belonging to Will Scbra that It bled to death Frank Chubb ono of the posse was tossed dotn a high embankment and badly hurt Cecil Burns finally fired a load of buckshot Into Its side at short range felling It and It was killed by striking It on the head with a sledgehammer In all 15 bullets had been tired Into Its body It weighed nearly pounds Bcvlnes Novel Experience Frankfort Ky Nov ioCllnt Shields near here owns a remarkable cow Over a mouth ago the bovine disappeared Thursday a shadow of her former self she emerged from n ftrawetock In Shields barnyard which rod collapsed on her the day she disappeared Shields says abe ate her way out of the stack and miu jilstaiRC on a straw diet kept the an imal alive Louisville KitHimself Louisville Ky Nov 7henMrs George E Mayor returned from a visit in Cincinnati she found her husband lying on the floor dead He had pillowed his head on one of Mrs Mayers dresses and fired a shot into his mouth The bullet came out at the top of his head- Defeated By Paducah Paducah Ky Nov 2iThe South west Kcntuoky college team of May- field was defeated on the gridiron here Thursday afternoon by Paducah The score was 31 to 0 John Brooks a Paducah player was knocked uncon ctlous but s not serlousl hurt Thanksgiving Ended Disastrously Newport Ky Nov iJuhn Seals and his wife colored were arrested Thursday and locked up on a charge of disorderly conduct Mrs Seals nc ofothe white meat cf the turkey and ho denied the soil Impeachment Boy Confesses Crime MaykliiK Ky Nov 2it time etcher circuit court James Hogg 10 acknowledged to Judge Moss that ho hall broken Into the country store of D F Maggard at Kolla two months ago Ho was given unto years In tho Kentucky house of reform The Jalt Closely Guarded Lancaster Ky Nov 27Tlle Jail where the Negro Gltbs who attempt Id to assault Mrs and Miss Bender son la still being closely guarded and rumors have been afloat all day that a mob was forming In the upper end or time county Recaptured Afttr 27 Years Ilurkesvllle Ky Nov 27 William Brake who escaped from the peniten bury at Nashville Tean 27 years ago was recaptured at hJs home on Marrowbone creek and taken back At the time of his escape Brake was a young roan Refused a Marriage License Howling Green Ky Nov 27After Stephen Lancaster an elderly than was divorced from his third wife he tried to secure a license to marry a 13 ear old girl but was refused Fred Crane Married Bowling Green Ky Nov 27Fred erlck W Crane a traveling salesman from Cincinnati and Mss Elizabeth Slath of this city were married in the parlors of tho Catholic rectory High School Boys Defeated LoulBvllle Ky Nov 27Time Lbiil villa Manuals defeated the High school boys fli football by score of 17 to 7 Haynes of the Manuals won the game by a 70yard run ONE HUNimnn norrAm A nox Is the value II A Tisdiile Sum merton S CI places on DdWitta Witch Hazel Salve Ho SaysI had tho piles for twontv oars f tried many doctors null medicines but all failed except DoWitlo Witch Hazel Salvo It cured mo II is a combination of the healing properties of Witch Hazel wil h antiseptics and em Itprotrudingeczema salt rheum and all skin di seases Sold by East End Drug Ce Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000Surlll1l86 We solicit your pntronng JAMES BENNETT Pro- S S PARKES Cashier Mallard llortlionntl Sjrup Immediately relieves hoarse croupy cough oppressed rattling rasping and difficult breathing Henry C Stearns Druggist Shullsburg WIS- consin writes May 20 1001 I have been selling Ballards Horehound Syrup for two years and have never had a preparation that has given bet tor satisfaction I notice that when I sell a bottle they como back for more I can honestly recommend it 25c fine and II 00 at East End Drug Store t We promptly oUUIn u 8 and Foreign IrtN11 flood for Children The pleasant to take and handless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup end LaGrippe because it does not immediately pass into the stom itch but takes effect right in the sent of the trouble It draws out the in flammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifogiv Sng and lifoaustniniug oxygen to the blood and tissues Dr Armstrong of Delia Tex prescribes it daily and says there is no hatter cough remedy made Sold by East End Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal ShoesW- atch and clock repairing are the specialties of Williams shop Agency I H Laundry Take all your troubles to him Work guaranteed EARLY RISERS TIE rAM8USLlTTLIPJUS I For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaundice Dizziness and all troubles aria- Ini from an inactive or iliigcbh liver DeWtlte Little Early RUert are unequalled They let promt1lnd never clpe They are so dainty that It It a pleasure e take them One lo two pct aj a mild l falive two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartlo They era purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They too the Uver Ties HALL an tnrni T- Wruno it K C DWltt k C nCllelca go Ii atxas sxa u4 fl THE CITIZEN FULL SIZE WARSHIPS United States Navy Exhibit at the Worlds Fairi MODELS OF 30 FAMOUS MENOFWAB 1J r t Battalion of MarInesModel of the Naval Academy at Annapolis to be Completed at a Cost of I10OOOOOoOthor Inter Features y Mr B F Peters Chief Clerk bar Ing charge of the Navy Department Sexhibit at the Worlu a Fair St Louis has formulated plans for his exhibit 1wbich will make It undoubtedly tho most notable and novel In the history of government participation In expo sitions The Department as a whole has an exceptional opportunity to con tribute to the greatness of the exposi tion By Its unsurpassed exhibit In the Government budding the detail of a battalion of Marines in their model camp OB the Exposition grounds and the proposed detail of a squadron of menofwar at St Louis when the Exposition opens this De partment will aid more to the success of the Exposition possibly than any other The new features which Mr Peters will have In his exhibit will render it intensely interesting The most important feature of the exhibit will be an exact slzod model of an American manofwar showing that portion of the vessel from the bow back a distance of 118 feet to about the first smokestack The model will not be a reproduction of any particu lar style of ship but will contain fea tures peculiar to battleships gunboats and cruisers Both the upper and main decks will be shown On the former will be two 10 Inch breech loading rifles in modern balanced turrets The main deck will show the Captains of flee staterooms messrooms petty officers quarters berths baths hammocks galley mess dispensary ammunition hoists torpedoes electric watertight doors in operation and naval guns of different calibres This model will occupy the central portion of the naval exhibit and will be free of access to visitors who will thus be enabled to examine carefully and at close range a modern Ameri can manofwar Next in Importance to the warship model will be the exhibition hourly while tho Government building Is open of biograph motion scenes lustrative of the life and duties of the + crews on United States men of war These moving pictures will be on a 20foot oanvaa and were during the summer maneuvers 1thrown North Atlantic squadron off the New England The scenes re show the maneuvers of vessels great gun exercises landing par ties muster boat races fire quarters and general In addition to these radical changes in his former plans Mr Peters will exhibit an exact model of the val Academy at Annapolis in mlnatureI t showing in detail the grounds as they will be completed for which Congress has appropriated r 110000000 Other features of the naval exhibit will include about 30 models of Unlfod States menofwar battleships cruis ors gunboats torpedo beat destroyers etc similar to those now on exhibition in the Navy Department at WashingtonSeveral from the different department bureaus such as the Di vision of Supplies and Accounts Con struction and Repair NavIgatUn Equipment and Ordnance will be ar ranged In addition there will be nu merous features of great interest which have been outlined heretofore In order properly to guard the naval section and for the purpose of dally a battalion of 200 United States will be detailed for duty on tdrillsExposition grounds Their camp serve as a perfect exhibit of a t modern marines camp t A NewFangled Paper i A disappearing paper Is one of tho unlquo Inventions that may be seen In the Liberal Arts department at the Worlds Fair The very substance fades at a fixed moment The paper is first steeped In sulphuric acid di luted according to the lease of life It Is Intended the material should pos lessIt is afterward dried and glazed and the acid superficially neutralized by means of ammoniac vapor But the acid still remains In the pores and that paper is infallibly doomed after an existence more or less prolonged as the case may be It should commend itself strongly to those who not trust their corr sy nU tot bun this letttwu I A WORLDS FAIR INVENTION Electric Automobile Chairs With AD solute Safety Attachments a Fea ture of the 1904 Exposition Electricity is the motive power that will propel the automobile chairs at the Worlds Fair In St Louis In 1004 These chairs are a new Invention and are the result of threo years study and experimenting Semplo S Scott a young St Louis Inventor who recently obtained tho concession to operate them during the Exposition The chairs have a uniform speed of three mllespor hour and the operator has no control over the speed The same rate Is maintained up hill down hill or on the level The machine is simplicity Itself nndMhe Worlds Fair visitor may operate It as well as the guide who will accompany him If he desires The chair takes the form ot- a low phaeton without a cover There are four wheels two largo rear wheel and two small ones under the foot rest All aro pneumatic tired The seat is upholstered in cane as are seats on street cars and the summer rail way cars Behind the seat Is a box which contains the batteries which generate the power to operate the ma chine It two visitors desire to oc cupy the chair and the service of a guide is wanted ho can sit on an ad justable seat at the rear On the Inside of the chair attached to the arm Is a lever which puts the chair in motion or stops it at tho will of the rider A long lever attached io the front truck has Its handle directly in the center of the chair within easy reach of the driver A gentle pres sure guides the machlno In the desired directionThe admirable feature of the entire machine is the sensitive rail which guards the chair on all sides save at the rear This absolutely pre vents accidents When tho rail comes In contact with any object even though it weighs but a pound it presses against a device that locks the wheels and brings the chair to a dead stop HORTICULTURE BUILDING Description of a Colossal Palace on the Worlds Fair Grounds The Horticulture Building stands on Sklnker Hill 260 feet south of the Agriculture Building The structure Is in the shape of a Greek cross with- a center pavilion and two wings The center pavilion is 400 feet square the wings are each 104 by 230 feet They are divided from the center pavilion by glass partitions and the floor of each is nine feet lower than that of the center pavilion This difference I HORTICULTURAL BUILDING can md i by in elevation produces a monumental effect which Is further heightened by the use In the main entrance on tho north of two towers about 150 feet highThe eastern wing of the building will bo almost entirely of glass and will be used as a conservatory A hot water heating plant Is to be installed In the cellar of this wing and the pipes are to be led throughout the wing The specifications provide that this wing shall be made airtight It Is the intention to force plants here during the winter and spring preced ling the opening of the exposition for workIhave the effect of saving some of the valuable plants sent for exhibition from the cold which comes during the late autumn Immediately after tho closing of the exposition The glass sides allow the admission of the sun throughout the day In this wing will be shown specimens of plant culture grown In different countries for use and ornament and the forced culture of vegetables and fruits The west wing of the building will be used for general horticultural ex hibits In the basement cold storage will be provided for fruit to be exhlb ited In the building and for this rea son tho cellar has double walls packed with sawdust In the basement there will also be an unpacking room which will keep the shipping debris out of sight Three sides of this wing will have galleries two of which will be used as restaurants Tables will be set here so that the visitor may ob servo the exhibits below while taking luncheon The gallery Is easily acces sible by stairs from the center pavil ion and from the main floor The southern gallery will be used as of flees for the working force of the De partment of Horticulture Tfio center pavilion will contain the pomologlcal exhibits including ac cording to the classification poma ceous and stone fruits such as apples peaches nectarines etc cltrous fruits such as oranges lemons limes etc tropical and subtropical fruits such as pineapples bananas olives figs etc small fruits such as straw berries gooseberries etc and nuts The construction of the building shows no change from the accepted method of the other buildings The exhibit spaces are covered by trusses whim range In span from 72 feet over the center aisle to 48 feet over the lido aisles = A t HlHHHHH t Ii11IIILlI1i1111ti1II- 11Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer The same it not for publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly eii1 IiiIiIIItt1H1I111 +441FI1HIi tI ItH11IIi1III Keep the children in the free schools till the last day and remember to have the schools begin earlier next yearMADISON COUNTY BRASSFIELDe William Ogg has rented a farm near Bear Wallow and will remove to it iu about a weekClark Dauiele has sold his farm and will locate with his family in Rockcastle County George Selkirk will move his family from Lexington back to his farm hereJames Benton has moved his family back to King Station in Es till County his old home Thomas White has rented the house on Booker Ellis place and will move there soonMrs Sena Demson died Wednesday of last week and alter funeral services at tho church was laid to rest in the Blanton grave yard Rev R Qunreli and wife of Paris Ky are visiting friends hereMrs Florence Laine of College Hill lunched with Mrs Ruth White Sun day evening Lay in some good reading for the wintersubscribe for TUG CITIZEN JACKSON COUNTY HUGH The farmers are all but v gathering cornRabbit and Lird hunting are the chief occupations at this place Mrs Thomas Click visitedrelatives here Saturday Miss Martha Click passed through here Sunday on her way to BereaMiss China Hudson is visiting friends at Kerby KnobRev J G Parsons passed through here Friday on his way to Kerby KnobC C Hudson pur chased some cattle Friday He is the hustling teacher of District No 18 Kit Parks is visiting relatives here The young people of this vicinity were given a social at the home of J M Haley Wednesday night Everybody reports a pleasant timeThe Sunday school at this place is progressing nicelyThomas Powell is a frequent visitor at Kerby Knob Dont let tho women folks suitor for lack of good firewood this winter OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Wo ore having some rain now Nice time for farmers to gather shock corn Miss Anna Wolfe is teaching for her brother at Royal Oak this week Miss Myrta Pryce was the guest of Miss Martha Childs on SundayMr- N W and Wm Brewer were damaged a great deal by fire the other day It is supposed to have been hunters who set tho fireMr Clay Brewer has almost completed his dwelling house Mr S S Wolfe is visiting friends andrelatives in Rockcastle this week Miss Anna Wolfe and Martha Brewer were the guests of Miss Myrtie Pryce Monday night Nov 16Miss Lilla Brewer is on the sick list at this writ ingMrs Hughes and Mrs Emma McCollum were baptized at Sturgeon Saturday evening Messrs Bud Thomas and Wilson Brewer enjoyed the Thanksgiving entertainment at Rollings Chapel schoolhouse S Sr Wolfe Bud Thomas S F Thomas and wifd were the guests of Mrs Clonlz for supper Thanksgiving eve Royal Oak schoolcloses on Satur day Dec 5 Send your brighest son or daughter to Berea and do not let them be be hind hand Winter term begins Dec 16 IIILIUVS COLIC PIIKVKNTKI Take a double dose of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease appears and a threat mod attack may be warded oil Hundreds of people use the remedy in this way with perfect success For sale by S E Welch Jr lidaJ Games6o different gamesaU new one In each package of Lion Coffeeat your Orocers w c ic + f ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANT Died on the 10th inst Sarah wife of Nimrod Smith She leaves a hus band and ton children to mourn her losllMr G V Owens has bought of W C Ogg a nice piece of bottom land which completes him a nice farm Mr Jack Jones and wife of Gooch landwero over on business this week Died on the 28th instant Nancy wife of Henry Leger She leaves a husbandand eight children the smallest a baby two weeks oldRobert Crouchor who has been sick BO long died Saturday the 28th instantJ M Reynolds who has been sick ao long is no betterMrs Maggie Las well of Orlando is visiting her sister Mrs Reynolds this weekT R Robinson the hustling drummer was over this week selling the merchants their Xmas goods Let us have a merry Christmas and no drinking and killing this year MASON COUNTY AYSVILLE Miss Alice Simms spent Thanks giving in Millersburg and Morefiuld with her sisters Mrs Lizzie Bowen and Mrs Mattie Smith Tho members of the Plymouth Baptist church are having A decided success with their revival Rev Harris of Mid way is quite an able speaker Mr George Straudr barber on Second street spent Wednesday and Thurs day in the Queen cityProf C Roy nolds principal of the Fifth street schoolspent Thanksgiving at his home io Springfield OMrs Lydia Rudd of Lawrence Creek entertained with a dinner Thanksgiving Those present were Misses Nannie Woo Annie Berry Bessie anti Frances Strawder Mcsdamea Lillie Randolph Serolda Greene and Rosa Strawder A very enjoyable time was had Rev A M J Price of Lawrenceburg preached two very practical sermons fo the members of the Bethel church Sunday morning and evening Miss Jennie Moore teacher of Dover was in town Saturday Miss Poarlie ofCovingtonthe residence of the bride in the East End Rev N H Talbott performed the ceremony The attendance in the city schools dropped when the white carpet was discovered spread over the ground Tho children will bo more comfortably kept and gain a great deal more by being in school than out coasting or staying at home WEEDSConsumption vccd flourishing best in weak Like other weeds its asily destroyed while young hen olJ sometimes im possible Strengthen the lungs as you vould weak land and the vccds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork good too but it is very o digest The time to treat consump yourselfJthers Dont wait until you cant Jcceivc yourself any longer Begin with the first thought to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be cured at once but if you will bcin in time and will be rigIdlyregular in your treat mgnt you will win Scotts Emulsion freshair rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free Il lure that vide picture In Ile form of a label u oil tin of every bottle of Einulaoo you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N V- oc and If all druggists oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeool 0 What Shall I Buy for 0 o I Christmas Presents I o 0 o o o 0 This puzzling question is easily 0 0 settled after a look at the line o line of Christmas Goodsnow o shown byus 0- o Make your selections early and o avoid the crowds and confusion 0 0of the week before Xmas o o e0 0 I o BICKNELL EARLYBerea I i e Ky f- oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoe o oeo eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooef JeJ 13i annaman Wlll eloctedJ Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry rttr beenIThis space has purchased by The Students Job Print I Printers of The Citizen t ttttteoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeo o Corn Cobs Coal Wood or Trash will keep a good fire all night In o I COLES ORIGINAL HOT BLAST STOVES o o o The Hot Blast from Chicago With Apolocl to the OKI ilruktn Col Murlrl flow drear to ray hesrt are tome MIIM of inf Ill iii hoo Which net rcrollrrtlon prrwnu Io my view lluw we all iiwil In frwio arouu l that fuilonr l Iou IuAnd tlioreUiI In fuel that flew up the sue It illipcnwil with rut Icel woJ remark wllh ure shiver Thebtslde wu cold though the oiitalile wa swell It Chi oIThe rnodf m tint slut the firry Hot slut The Hot meat from Chicago we all prtie well 0 o This is because they are airtight 5 and guaranteed to stay so as long an o used If you want to control the flro in a stove you must control the air 0 supply No other stove manufactured o can be guaranteed to stay airtight o It is the airtight feature and tho allsteel radiating surfaceo o which make this stove the most economical and most powerful heater with all kinds of fuel I o Se E WELCH Jr Sole Agt f- o 0- eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeolo Beins TODAY Spanish Peggy A STORY OF ILLINOIS IN PIONEER DAYS 4 9 ly MARY HAITWELL CATUEIWOOD It Is a story of the martyr president Abraham Lincoln of the war governor of Illinois Richard Yates of Lincolns sweetheart Ann Rutledge It is located in New Salem Illinois at a time when Lincoln was a young man there In characters plot loca tion time and literary merit it is an ideal story Mrs Cather wood called it her favorite Remember the opening chapters