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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r WHWHHHHKHIHHJKf- c JAMES MILTON RACER t Editor and Publisher mi oj Me rontofflet at Kerta Ay u broad ttau man ataller HHMKHWIH4HHHHI IIvor V A Family Papor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY DECEMBER 10 1903 One dollar year NO 25 I Tho sword 1IDEASthe handle Shining lives solilom como out of soft circumstances tTim best way to pray for the poor f fa with your own basket and store Tho mnn with n tender heart does not need to lomotifttrato it by mho Ftoftnwis of his himd ChiciiKO Trib U00FROM THE WIDE WORLD Russia reco nizm the republic of Jauuma Two Russian warships have ar rived itt Port Arthur Great Britain has just bought from Chilo two nnv battloiiliips for CTOOO 000 importPlay al OberamtnerKau Is dead Tho big Catholic University at Ottawa Out was destroyed by Ilro Tim loss will teach Pnimmii Cnnnl treaty was do livered on board ship Monday and loft Colon for tho United States Turn tiny Tim English House of Lords de cldwl that womon nro debarred by their sox from becoming qualified lawyers Iti England Tho session of tho Japaniwo Iarlia motet which began Saturday prom isw to bo tho most momentous In the history of tbr empire Knmor has reached Washington sod Colin that 2000 Colombian soldiers had loft Cartagena for tho I purK oof Invading tho isthmus Turkish olIloersasMiltod and insult rd United Slate Consul Davis who promptly hauled down the American flag at Alfxadrolta and hroko off dip lomat relations by quitting tho town IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fire at Kllico Tenn caimod a loss of about 5000IThe grafting of an oar on the head of Western miner proved 1I1IlfIIlfulC- Ol1gWAI paMixl from thin extra ordinary to thin regular it Flint of thin f8th Congress Monday A bill wits Introduced in the ilouso Monday to make birth day Janitaiy ZOR national holiday to Iw known as lI McKinley day Advocatun of nrbitrri lion are renewing their efforts to bring about an arbitration treaty bolweou hilt country nnd Great Britain John Alexander Dowie whoso en J torprino at Zion City has boon in the hauls of receivers for a week has arranged for a settlement with his creditors and receivers will be re mowed Tho annual report of Secretary of War Hoot shown thin total strength of tho ashy to bo 3C81 otHcern and fir HOO onlmtod men of whom 017 of floors nnd 151112 men nro on duty outaido the United States propur OppoHilion to Senator Reed Smoot of Utah tins received n now Impetus by tho formation of union of worn CIIH clunks which will moot In Wash ington D 0 regularly to agitate for tho expulsion of Mr Smoot from tho Senate COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Firn at Auburn Ky caused a loss of ir000 Tho troops have boon removed from Jackson Urenthitt county by Goy Hfcklmm Dr Eugene Field Hume of Rich mood Ky Is dead of pneumonia Representative Smith in endeavor jug to have rural mail routes estab linliotl in Hnrdin Co Congressman Olio M James and Miss Ruth Thomas were married at Marion John Potroy 20 years old shot and Ikillod Fie uncle JArmp Putroy near Highland Lincoln county Gov Beckham Thursday formally proclaimed tho adoption of tho con ntilulional amendment Seven persons died Ruddenly of heart disease in Oweusbora nod vicinity within nino days Capta B J Ewen and John Pat rick star witnesses in thocase against Jatt have returned to Jackson and walk tho streets fearlessly Dr Godfrey Hunter has received the certificate of election to Congress from the Eleventh District and has been sworn In as a member of tho HousoJ W Beckham was inaugurated Governor of Kentucky Tuesday at Frankfort for the second time and sworn Infor tho third time in the presence of a largo crowd L i Mi I ul Jlict ti 1 I 1 1 pJtAriak itsroJ1 THE CITIZEN THURSDAY a F2r01000- Tho a McKinleya international a i HHHIHW HIWKWKHH HMIHMHHM iSIItIIiiI WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 16 The Winter Term of Berea College opens at 8 in the Morning Offices open at 2 p m Tuesday early start enables a student to complete six months of school in limo in the Spring 1An HcRUtMrntloii le of rs cents for old students who foil to register the tit lay new lujciitn who fall lu rnjUtefliefore clie of tcuxM they HIlt+Ia11ll11lHHHt1I9lttIttIIHItI tIIt 1H4 rrkarrrrKKkKrkrrrrderKrkkKrK krktkKkK kk tltgGtrtgtgtkrt i IS THE WATER ALL OUT i Grand Opening Mens Industrial Building Dec 4 and 5 Distinguished Visitors Able Addresses A Orand Occasion The College Band grouted our visi torn nt tho trains Friday noon and es carted them nt ontO to Ladies Hall whore Mrs Hong had provided a comfortable lunch Next calms the visiting of classes which watt greatly appreciated by all our visitors and proved n kind of dress parade for tho students as well Special interest was shown in tho classes in Manual Training Forestry Kentucky History and Civil Govern ment The classes in cooking made their exhibit In serving meals later Tho banquet hold in tho Agricul tural room of thin Industrial Buildidg was a thoroughly enjoyable affair Plates were laid for Faculty and guests to the number of MO nod the toasts wero as follows Our Guests Prof Dodge Our HostsMiss Mary Anderson of Mt Sterling Mountain HospitalityMrs Yocum Kentucky History Prof Marsh What Science Can DoTutor Ru moldHow I Como to Berea Tutor Diz noyEastern Kentucky Prof 0 H Dietrichof Christian county An Educational Center Tutor Lewis Tho Teacher D B Chandler Rockcastlo county Our Grandchildren A Glimpso of tho Future Superintendent lignite of Knox county Getting Acquainted Superinten lout Lewis of Laurel county Tho tunas meeting following tho banquet and hold in tho Tabernacle was thronged with students and citi zeus who listened to a very thought fut address by Prof Milford White of Stnto College Lexington on In dustrial Education President Frost followed with remarks on liTho Mean ing of this New Building dwelling upon tho four words insuribod on its cornerstone INDUSTRY SKILL BROTH ERIIOOD HELlO ION An excellent fea turn of this suasion was tho singing of the male quartette and a solo by MrsGeoH Moore one of the origin al Jubilee singers who has sung before Queen Victoria and tho crowned heads of Europe The early hours on Saturday morn ing were dovoted to an inspection of tho machinery in tho new building which has cost up to the present time over 11000 The power is transmitted by electricity At ton oclock all wero gathered in the great Tabernaclo for tho conolud ing exercises To a considerable ox tent tho students who have employ ment on tho intuit appeared in their now buff uniforms and those who have employment in the shop ap IlOOrNllo their now blue uniforms President Frost wore ono of tho latter The various forms of Industrial Education were described by Prof MwonMrs Hill and Supt King and then followedcongratulatory ad dresses Tho first speaker was Judge Goodloe of Whites Station who ex pressed his gratification at the practi cal and comprehensive wrk of Beroa and the groat benefit it was conferring upon tho State Mrs Alice M Wil llama brought the greetings of Oberlin College and the State of Ohio Mrs Quo II Moore brought the greetings of Fisk University and tho Stato of Tennessee Other cordial remarks wore made by Rov J K Higgin botham of Corbin Prof Frank L Williams of Covington and the Hon John Burke of Newport At tho close an electric signal started tho whistle at tho Industrial Building After a hasty and hearty lunch and many handshakings the visitors departed with many expressions of good will The cost of the building thus fat has been something more than 33000 exclusive of the machinery Tho upper story which Is to be used temporarily for students rooms proved very attractive A large num her of our guests wero lodged there and loft their congratulations for the fortunate students who will occupy thouo rooms Covington Ky Nov 231903Tot- he Teachers and Friends of Education The 27th annual meeting of theCOLORED STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION will be heldat Louisville beginning 2 p m Monday December 28th and continuing until the afternoon of December 30th Among the special speakers will be heard Prof Kelly Howard University Washington D C Prof L V Dodg who for more than 30 years tins a professor iu Berea College Prof G W Carver Director of the Agriculture Department of Tuskegee Institute Prof Reuben Post Halleck author of Psychology and Psychic Culture The railroads have granted n fare and a third for the round trip on the planIf some one to arrange for your entertainment write to Prof W H Perry Chairman Executive Committee 2909 West Walnut Street KyAn feature of the moot ing will be an exhibit of the pupils work in all departments of the color ed schools of Louisville An invitation is extended to minis ters of all denominations to attend any or all tbo sessions of the As Dela lion FRANK L WILLIAMS Pres MRS L V DOUGLASS Secy 00000000 i S Get Your o Mopeys o Worth o 2 IIrOutl ooooooooooooooooooooooooc Lackey Hamilton YOUR PATRONAGE But not unless they deserve it If there are worthier goods to found elsewhere if prices asked by others lower than ours quality considered it is your privilege to by them but facts othat such is not the case proveo We add something new each day In every lino of merchandise we carry and by keeping constantly obeet r Our Dress Goods Dept Is now complete filled with the Newest Things j In Goods and Novelties o See our line of Fancy Velvet and Wash Waistings o They beauties Selling from 25clB too 100 per yard oBe sure to examine our line of Furso Qual youoYours to HAMILTON Richmond o 0 l I FOR SALE TWO HOUSES and LOTS in Wal Madison County Ky Five miles louth cf Paint Lick throe miles and ono half west of Berea Said lots have about aero of land in each lot good comfortable dwelling houses six rooms to one house and eight rooms to the other all plastered throughoutOn there is also a large roomy storehouse sufficient room to handle n 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 nil together making thisa very desirable place to live an excellent for a good doctorand the people would be glad to see him come These lots can bo bought at low prices and on easy terms If not sold between this and January 1st they will be rented for the coming yearIAnyone wishing to buy a pleasant homo will do well to call on or ad dross E B WALLACE Berea Ky DR L CORNEILUS Physician Dentist Office with Dr Cornellui Broadway St mEA Ky Hours for Dental Work a mlo 300 pm TIME KEEPERS IT Is sheer ertrartgance buys worthies watch Boy a hlghclaM timekeep er at I They save money god see more uualaclory I Oun are guaranteed write for catalogue or call IRION GIRARDET CO COtVart Kulit lairOt If said byes Ponglm EtortiV andlbatmt i thoedfalrn emywher tt CACTIOJI I The genuine name and lprireon bottom f THE WORLD f1L OV61jSSHOES UNION MADE inuu garln in 1J N6 Moro lastlree rain Itfl 1a3lMIrL airs190115G670Pairs Nose Than Doubled In four rearTHEfeCS W LIkkug1M mnkee anI1I1 mora 1ooallI3W alioei t linn any otUcr two uian uficturvri In the world W UlKtnglu 300 and f3tlhbOOl plaeed side by illo MllU JJXW and gulp shoes of other oakum are found to be III ordlllllr143UCorona Kid Corona Colt and NatIonalKanaaroa Taal l1tr HrMa ll ata Hlark IIV fMI W L DouKlaa 4OO met Edge Line cannot bo puWe at en Hhiwilyanull ac rprt lorlWr L ooe I k n For eats by COYLE Berea r- 11lItf PI r i +6 Ilt Patronize WHaot +N+H1Ft H t H + HIIlHM r WANT i be o are o o are one Highest Qualityo r oBoyGoods We have just to our fall stock some o very nobby suits for men and boys atprices that r ciuse you to wonder how we do it o Overcoats for men Overcoats for youths o Overcoats for boys o ifito 0 please LACKEY Ky 000000000000000000000000000000000000000 lacoton RiR STEVENSITletsrma ThenIosoGeepesoMeuldldnknhandle Dont 1roIIdrAre goalPute we tare ised that hardsendsulk Alder Ple lkrnment STEVENS ASMS TOOL p IIu o opl rr Clklropee Fall DMus 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 fit 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 AND SPECTACLES that are suitable in every way T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Open Every Day With a full supply of BEEF PORK or MUTTON DAVIS MEAT MARKET Opooilto Bicknell Ji Xarlyi Berea Ky East End Barber Shop North of Printing Office Shave 100 Hair Cut IBc Shampoo 15o Razors sharpened 15c to 25o R B DOE Proprietor tdIt 1000000 r 1SO Get Your MoneysIWorth o o o profit place added i t e tinAlways on hand atiTgLgrnoss OESNo Joes Corner Richmond Ky Our Millinery Stockrl ijofbest styles in ItLadiesChildrens Headgear 4toOur long experience in autos a will selected stock to choose from Of Mrs A TFish 8 t BEHEA Ky l kr fl2 The Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women and equally colo brated makes for Men and Boys are found at Rice Arnold Richmond Ky r P r1 A Great VarietyO- F Christmas Noveltiesand a Specialties for useful and desirable Xmas presents may be found at East End DrugI Store fi f x 11-l I HARVEST TIME AT HOME pomcliow when business has a lull this time of year My thoughts take their vacation back i among t lie scenes once dent 1 tray about the harvest Held whe long and long ago I watched the cereal oeeiin In Its golds n ripples flow IVIillo now and then upon some blad- exllred t rc er bore The uibtamsl1ushetlalld then went out like thoughts r no more lion pleasant then the journey home along the country road Where larkspur blooms beside the fence like knots of lovers slowed Now listening to the vhlpporwlll beyond a darkling field Or tarrying where the berries tempt a Fliowcr of wIno eoiiEeuliHl i land long before we reached the gate to htar the watch dugd bark 1And tiC the distant windows gleam tlk- hlut mS ilth1 1lark it semis eo long since those old years so long Indeed that I Now wonder that a time could be with out a Nub or Nigh Und yet cnuuxh do I recall to vow tha in the end When the no more anti ever more In deaths twilight shall blend ll would suffice to know that life beyond tile RXtlierlnK gleam Would really prove us care free harvest time at home Wilt T Hale In N Y Times SPANISHPE66Y A STORY OF YOUNG ILLINOIS By Mary Hartwell Cathcrwood Cowrlfbt bl llBrtwrl 8 8ton Co CHAPTER I COXTIMKU Was Iepey lame from the start lttgnlred Ann Shlckshaclc looked at her steadily without replying Then he shook his head Ale lovo while men Me marry white woman he answered and dropped his face Does ho mean that Sally lamed her whispered Ant to Lincoln Sally Is a mighty energetic worn an admitted Lincoln mulling from the hearth corner A huge mole showed In the crease made under his cheek hy a smile Will the your chief he here tomorrow Shlckshack asked Dick YatesNo We must go hack to Jackson ville tomorrow Slicky Green added that It was not vacation time time two hall begged a day oft on account of his extreme Iioniclckncss al would have to ride early next morning Me like to lalV said the Sac fixing his gaze on Dick Me have something for the young chiefs car We can tale a walk together now suggested Hid Siilckshacl rose up at once The Nticalh of a long huntingknife hung IOn his side hy a leather strap He liafl kept Peggys crutch In his hand He stool It against the wall beside the chimney nnil Dick stepped over the bench to follow him Hello shouted a cheerful voice Two horses were brought up abreast facing the door their hoofs at the very step Light shone out over them and their riders revealing the weekly mail order with the postbag from Spring Held bulging on each side of his sad die and hid leggins splashed with mud and a stranger having black eyes and hair and mustache whose entire equipment was foreign Shlclishaclr stood while he drew one breath and looked at the stranger For the first time a Sac warwhoop was heard In New Salem and as he yelled he snatched his huntingknife from Its sheath CHAPTEH If The whole village knew before bed time how Shlcksback had threatened the Rtranger A community of Interest as swift as the telephone carried news the length of the winding street Shlckshack screeched loud enough to be heard at Wolf gasped Mithala Cameron telling the tale to her folks ant drew his knife and jumped at the man like a wildcat And Abe Lincoln and the other boys caught him put In Martha Dell Clary assisting her Time mans horse and the mallcarriers horse both reared upthey were scared nearly to death like the rest of us lit just as noon as the hays caught hold of Shlckshack he dropped hits head and KtiKMl like he was ashamed lies a live Indian yet said Ma hal Camerons father Hell stir hint wlf anti take a scalp one of these days wonder what ho had against the ttmnger7 Hutledge8 tavern entertained rare travelers who stayed over night In New Salem The candles were all put out early yet before folks covered their tires they had In some way absorbed the facts about the new arrival He was a wellspoken man with a foreign twist to his tongue Inclined to laugh at time rage of Shlckshack whom he knew very well He told openly that he was Don Pedro Lorlmcr a sugar planter from the Island of Cuba and that hla errand through the states was political In the main though ho intended when other matters pressed him less to remove his half wild young seism Consuelo Lorlmer from time care of the Indian who had taken ad vantage of her fathers death on the lalns to adopt her A tropical sun had given him the darkest skin ever carried by a white man around New Salem He walked Abroad in the early morning and hay ing had Shlckshacka closed houN pointed out to him stood and looked at it smiling without attempting to enterThe Indian and his adopted daughter were not seen abroad during that day though both of them were accustomed to live outdoors at all seasons Shlck shack said he loved to see time deer watchtthem as they gathered In herds the sun shining In their eyes andrewinding street on a high sloped so suddenly on both sides that all the gardens ran down hilt Seep liketa huge wave of earth riding against tho northern horizon The school house standing at the base of another ridge was divided from the village by a deep ravine through which ran a small stream called Rock creek The schoolhouse was the only meet ing place Its log stack and white clay chimney represented church town hall and theater If so godless a place as a theater had been allowed In Now Salem It was headquarters On mils tel days anil the arena of those wordy wars Which the pioneers called debates Eager to hear any strange new thing the whole town flocked across begantto bloom like primroses at dusk In bootshaped sconces on the schoolhouse walls It might be that the cousin of toesay as lint New Salem would bear him and judge lInter Grayhams pupils par ticularly the smaller oneSwere lined up on front benches which their own long use worn to the smoothness of glass The stranger had advertised through their schoolmaster that he would give the prize of a book to any boy or girl who could at the close of the lecture stand up and spell cor rectly the word Ompompanoosuck Unusual war had raged on the play ground at both recesses and noon con cerning the spelling of this word Camps divided to play Indian or horse thief mot to wrangle over combina lions of letters Some sly ones who thought they were going to get the prize retired to puzzle alone Minter Grayham who thought a molest amount of spelling the Testament tho English Reader and the Rule of Three in arithmetic to advanced scholars was in honor obliged to look as Igno rant as he felt In this great matter Some women saw with consternation that the boys from Clarys grove were gathered on the back seats a couple of dozen young vllllans whose leader Redmond Clary was the most desperate rider In tho Sanganion country The gravest charge brought against these uncurbed youths was their deter mination to govern time community In them the life of the frontier found Its wildest expression When one of them had a colt to break he suni moned the others and they forced it Into the Saugamon river One sat on Its back another hung to its tall and the rest clung about and hampered it In every way The untamed thing obliged to mvlm for Its life carrying weight finally came out of the water a subdued beast They were ready to deal in like manner with anything that antagonized them Each man had brought an egg carefully bestowed auIhis person and at 4a concerted signal he expected to throw It at the lecturer For the mere sport of seeing an unln teresting foreigner smeared from head to foot But lIe caught their fancy Don Pedro Lorlmer mulling on the plain men and women of New Salem told them he was traveling through the states to urge everywhere tho annexation of Cuba He described the tropical luxuriance of Cuba and Its relative position to the continent anllI some of his hearers learned for the first time that there was such a place He told how planters were made to suffer in estate by unjust tyranny of a dominating European power Some like himself had even been driven Into exile with only a remnant of their once large fortunes So bath Wits time government that people had starved there In the midst of abundance He begged to have Cuba admitted Into tho lInlonI Such r novel plea had never been urged before upon mon who were struggling to get a living out of thIscarcely upturned sod of a new IIlateI men smiled at eachI alsshaeonld the United States hadI do nt that time to take care of her own territory hut It was flattering to have a rich Island repreI t en ted by an elegant man of the wlIIleII dressed in the best clothes which money could buy appealing to them for protection aiid they helped their neighbors stoup vigorous applause every time he rounded one of his glow Ing periods WithIf Cuba ninny Only be annexed to America Still there was a hardhcndcd element that held out against he stranger They would give him fair play but they would teat his argument Look at Abe Lincoln one Carolina settler whispered to another during the stir which followed tho conclusion Id lllic to hear what he thinks Ho can beam this fellow all hollow making a speech Abo says the fellow looks just like gamblers he saw In New Orleans when he went down with tho flatboat I allow Raid a third Carolinian and I have been watching him close that this brown gentleman with hlIohlny hair and eyes is a runaway putting on a bold face and trying toIget through to Canada Some bOIl servant that knows how towtr his masters clothes What spite would Shlckshacl1 havd against a runaway slave objected time first man And his hair Is as straight call1nlIdWeve hall some flue looking horse thieves In this part of tho state Vihala Camerons father who on account of building the mill had claimed and obtained the privilege naming the town and had called ofI New Salem for old Salem where was born on the Massachusetts roust put in his word I had an uncle he said that fob lowed tho sea and made voyages to Cuba Its about such a place as the man describes While private ppjjifon thus see sawed the row of Minter Grayhatua pupils on the front benches roused from IIrqwslne8s to keen Interest stood up at the strangers bidding and ac cumulated the worst kind of a case against him For however tll4 t attempted Oinpompanoosuck tow mbwiq powm powm Attm aunt paum paum = Om om pofn pom py py ore pompy it was not right sail the audience began to laugh with Appre elation of a joke Martha Den Clary heard her own brother Redmond shouting with such delight as she struggled hopelessly with Ompompa noosuck that she turned and made what was called In New Salem a mouth at him Though tholecturer endeared himself greatly to the Grov toys It was plain ho had only put Minter Grayhams scHolars to be mad ridiculous before their parents and friendsId hale to have him for a relation 10jShlcksbacl I dont believe he any book to give as a prize And I dont believe he has any plantation In Cuba either Shlckshacka wife came In late and sat by time schoolhouse door looking steadily at the speaker It was the SlIKKKIIArKH AVIFH CAMH IN LVTK AXE SAT I5Y Till PCIIOO not si ixxjir IOOKIXU HTKAUILY AT Till sriiAKKU first time the village had ever seen her- at any meeting The women nearest were more occupied in being repelled by her than they were with the annex ntlon ol Cuba It surprised nobody that she should como out to hear Shlekslncks enemy But It surprised sonic who departed slowly after the dismissal that she had a word or two and touched hands with the stranger n IIP pas cd by her at the door An unlovely mil lire had worked so long on features birthing for angularity that sho carried hibllijally a malignant look The boys of New Salem liked to venture on Sally Shlckshack door step or climb hr garden fence and hoe her chase them with gourds of limit water Though she had been so short a time in the village It was already known that Antywlne Ia Chance a former husbands sro had not Inherited n flpnyblt of his fathers property and as a npnyblt was smaller than the proverbial shilling with which heirs were sometimes cutoff It was plain that Antywlne La Chance had been cheated by his step motherDon Pedro Iorlrner mounted hU horse tho following morning and took the eastward Rlretching road which separated north anti south beside the Sangiimou He nodded to everybody ho saw along the narrow street His departure was ax public as his errand had been and a not unkindly feeling went with him and would welcome him again For a man who traveled around at his own expense without charging price to lecture on the eremnenirespecle In earnestannexationstore l l a person Lincoln usually closed soon otter Mm village suppertime In order to recite his dally lesson to Minter Grayham In the coopershop Few customers were no belated as to need anything at the store when candles were lighted Those who dropped in met to talk obi whittle and since the nightly study blaze had begun to show In tho coopershop these gossips felt obliged to seek nliothcr rendezvous The law student therefore found himself delayed by ShlcknhacU who entered with Antywlno as ho WitS about to blow out the lights What shall I show you Snick shack said Lincoln The Indian looked around nt a country stool barrels of Now Orleans salt and sugar and sacks of coffee a few scant shelves of calico hoes rakes and shovels a rolglntyIpins and all limo slmplo necessities of people on time edge of civilization Ho shook his head lo want to talk Shut time door Lincoln closed time door and sat down on the counter drawing up his knees nail encircling them with his arms In chatitho same high bench Shlckshack got up and curled his legs under him Indian fashion but Antywino re mained standing hy tho door Two candles on a high shelf at the rear cast swaying shadows of tho white man and the red man and the crowded objects In time llttlo store I reckon all New Salem is talking tonIght about tho man you were going to kill when he camo to town Shlckahack glowered at his young counselor Mo wrong to give the warcry Mo ought to keep still and stab him 111 time dark But wit u see that man mo forget me Christian Indian The whoop might pass muster better than the stab among Christians suggested Lincoln Shlcksliask fixed his restless eyes llkn the eyes of a snapplngturtle on thIS rugged antI sincere face before him Pedro Lorimer Is a had white man Ho not ono of Don Luis sons lie says he wants Cuba annexed to the United States In he a Cuban pltfrilerT Tho Sao uttered n contemptuous Grunt No No planter No Cuba llf N New Orleans man gambler I reckoned so said Lincoln Me live In my tribes country where the chief Black Hawk has his village Pedro Ixrlmcr come there and trouble allywilleDrivpe theeYou love white men go to Belleville Mo go to Belleville Think me marry a white woman alto help An Indian mindIHo can take care of the child when me die So year ago me marry the Widow la Chance Tho first thing she hurt tho child And Antywlne Shlckshack uttered the words deliberately turning his head toward the figure at time tloorbe Is nothing but a 5Antywlno opened the door and went out closing It behind him and sitting down on the step Pedro lorlmer follow to Bcltovllle and trouble me there Me como to New Salem The moon has not- changed tour limns since me tome to New Salem and he Is here to trouble me again What does he want 1 inquired Lin calm lie want the childs money Has Peggy Money How touch lus she Tho Indian hell his hands less than a yard apart tho length of a full grown rattlesnake A snakeskin full of gold What have you done with It r Me lido It from my white woman and Pedro Lorlmcr Sometimes mo think she divide It with him If he could help her Ret It All day all year she wont that money herself limit tho take what is Antywlnos and was his fathers and give him nothing You have fed and clothed Peggy by your own labor Sims ia my adopted child Me sen1 her to white mans school too Mi give the schoolmaster four dollars You are a nightly good fellewt- said Lincoln But Pedro lorlmer tr gone fu what troubles you nowT Ho como back Ho would steal th4 child to make mo give up her money as random He would take her as far as Now Orleans Dos he know what sho has ITo Ho Continual WHEN PRINCE IMPERIAL DIED trmsriabir f rrldrrrr 1hal llnppiH il nt the Tlnir llr t1na Put In death A strange story In told In Imperial circles In Paris rcRanllnc the death of the late prince imperial say Vanity Fair On tine first of June 1873 a woman who was one of the most enthu siastic supporters of the Napoleonic regime gave a grand fete tn honor of lice birthday and at tho same time of the prince Imperial who had gone out to the Cape liter the dinner there wasp display of fireworks In the park the principal set pieces being the Na poleonic emblem surmounted hy Im perish crowns The fireworks went ort with thin greatest success until It camo to the lighting of tho Imperial crowns when to time general horror not one of them would take light In nplto of every effort All of them remained unlimited while all the other designs went oft perfectly Tine failure was looked upon as an evil omen and with reason for two days litter came the news of tho death of the prince In Zululand A cat- longitude culation of the time was then made according to and e difference of It was discovered that at the very moment when tho imperial crowns re fused to light the jnlnco fell dead under the spears of tho Zulus There would perhaps have heen less skepticism about this remarkable coincidence If the story hud been published Immediately after tine event and hall not Icon kept Hccret for nearly a quarter of a century 1 snmlt riiO holr The visitor hind gone over the farm with tho owner nail hall seen tho flue condition of the crops There has been neither too much nor too little rain that stason amid everything had pros tiered Well ho Bald they say farmers are hard In please but Im sure you have no fault to find this year now have mTho farmer rubbed his thin brown fare up and down and across with Mi hard hand before ho answered Min no I dunnos I have ho said slowly Hut I tell yo sech crops na these are pesky hard on the soil Youths Companion Unlnhtic n 1unr The discouraged artist stood ort from hU latest woMc and viewed It with a gloomy face- Theroa no use talking about It ho said morosely I cant paint as well as I did ten years ago Oh yes you can said the tried and honest friend to whom he made time confession Its inly that your taste Is Improving Youths Compan ion A Sweet Tooth la responsible for many aches anti pain But whatever the cause of decay it should IM arrested and the Teeth put in good condition Wecleanlfill or extract teeth with out pain to the patient Our fine seta of teeth at Imade on xylonite or rubber are absolutely per feet We guarantee them Teeth extracted 25 septa The boat amalgam filling 76 front Special accommodation for patients from I distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson OMenatdonrIi d n Ky rordmrDUane t rt ommu rrrararehSWIFT Itnt 001 a Patent DC etleyatwnirand l1Nep Richmond osaJVaahleltoa TELEPHONES Colllel 750 pr pit brftdt t tMim Wlf IIlacnm M that anyun ran m U sti UKrtMry tvS DrlN nt w atwwlet ot JUKttfrtl dr eompluautallb haleriup punXOfMtABTitUIHpwkl Dry tlirittuplo mt TIo1IKKMAX C TAFEL s 1yasrrss rLUrIl M4IW Itrrnr rnoxiKlV iMVnrui KT un Th tan Stir vial Down in Texas at Yoakum In a big dry goods firm of which Mr J M Halleris tho head Mr Ilaller on one of his trips East to buy geode said to a friend who was with him in the palace car lIen tako ono of those Little Early Hlsem upon retir fug and you will bo up only in the morning feeling good For the dark brown taate headache and that logy feeling De Witta Little Early Ri era are tbo best pills to uaa Sold by East End Drug Co nnnREPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and home woven goods such na bod roverlidi linen tires Homey jeans blankets etc at follow log prices Corerlida f 4 to 16 Linen 40 to 60 a B Robeslsakotedyes fit a pair White Jinsoy anti white blanket ero not in demand oulon order Coverlids must be 2 yard 72 inches wide and 21 yards 00 Inches long All dyes used muat be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wanta to sell cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply in per Ion or by letter tc Mrs Hettic W Graham Berea Ky Coughing 8ptll Caused liath- Harry Duckwell aged 25 years choked to death early yesterday morning at his home in Ile presence of his wife and child He contracted a slight cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it Yesterday morning he was seized with a fit of coughing which continued for sometime His wife sent for a physician but before he could arrive another coughing spell came on and Duckwell died from suffocation St Louis GlobeDemocrat Dec 11901 Bal lards Horehound Syrup would have saved him 25c SOc and 1100 at East End Drug Store UIXTOR OK ST ICKIVS- tthbiirnhiim Ontario Ttlllu to lh lieud tliuihla or Clumbttats RanMO Ashburnham Out April 18 1903 I think it is only right that I should tollyou what a wonderful effect Cham borlaina Cough Ifsmedy haa produced The day beroro Easter I waa so die tressed with a cold and cougbjhat I didnot think to be able to take any duties the nod day as myrolea was latfit choked by the cough The t same day I nceiyed aa order front you for a bcHteToTjoni Cooffb Bern edy I at once procured J aaaipU bottle and took about tee doses of the medicine To my great relief the cough andcold had completely disappeared and I was able to preach three times on Easter Day 1 know that this rapid and effective euro waa due to your Cough Kumedy I make this testimonial without solicitation being thankful to have found such a Godsent remedy Respectfully youm E A LiNorciDT MA To Chamberlain Medicine Co This remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr hJ MONUMENTS Ifs Mitftt flti Itituirf arSNUa MtlkU Work of all kink dona in a workmanlike manner at rw aonahU prices and with disputed Allwork gust- oted b- yGOLDEN FLORA t IUCHMOND Ky tno1 Mill n4 Colllni UltMU 1 04- j layout rsmlly Remedy Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains aud bruises Surmise in such cases Mallards Snow Liniment liw for many years boon the constant farorito faniilr rotnedr 25c Wo nod jlOOat IJast End Drug Store J DR M E JONES 4 I e Dentist at Office Over Ilinling nlHrr fI Offlct Pays Wrdnrndmy in ent of the week- GANNET d HOTEL Newly Pittedup Meals feint sod Lodging at popular prior Second it oppo iU Court nouee Richmond Ky R 0 ENGLE Prop r 1 THIS IS THE TIME FOR f Winter i I We are showing tho largest lino that was over brought into the city of Richmond Wo invite tho public to call and inspedt our lin- eTHEY I RANGE IN- PRICE FROM 150 to 1500 I T J MOBERLEV I Maiu Street Richmond Ky 4- NNHN t A J THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS Fiuita and vegetables a specialty OlTOSlTB BURDETTEa J11LL THE EXPRESS TO SLEEPTOWN know a tIc truvtltr tWho nut slnRl night Uon bug long Journey That lust till broad daylight HIT ttcktt imdfl Hltrptown KJIHCM HUmiwd IapuN Joodnliht IIm And when ln pap tam with a bus tus I thutik you 1111 Jut tiake lhf berth marked Cttt ninyUnJ You mount It by tho Kulm MaVr hoj tr bieunrn tho train liouJ purtr- ioun vuvi cult your i rater lUmtnibfr to on Oils txpre You tlKhlly clone jour tUAll no ont rntrtim Hleepy Town Who tilih ur luUKhs or crle 4 flo when the sandman engine r 1IU engine btll Imi tunic The taiienttr tor riltcpy Town Muit iiurrly held her tongue I3e rrAily then to jump uboncd Kin mother Ml the xute HII after lialfpuM v tll nnd- Tho train In dill ul tUht Urilrutlr U luklll In Chilllan llrtlfl hr = = rA FOREST RANGER KinlilxK IIke IIh Vuik for tin YOHHB M Whit VIsHSm lo lirl rnr- lu nlurr llrnrl Fur the younjc m who loves out floor llfo then h hardly tiny employ inent which oUr better Inducements than that lit ranger In tine of tho final forest renerven of the wcstt The govern ion hUI devoted much attention to the problem h protecting Its forertn and the wild game therein and Il offers fascinating employment to young men who know something of woodcraft and who am wltlliiK to dwell alonti In the Wlderneta the grralir part of Itll par- i The position of form ra Kr has hi drawbacks at well as Us wlmntasta The rmnicer U often valid trpon lo light thx forest flrn fur day itU lltflv and again he may rotu In Toutllct with poacher tm RuwtJTnwrt laud denper IIle men who are jrot Inclined to parity with anything bin nit fill or revolver iiphI may bf HKiwIxtund for weeks and luonthn at ti mil With no companion tint his pair Ir iwTliaj ome tiny vqulrrvls tii THicr wllll animals which bi huh ootfxrd to llht rabin and with which trr liw vrruck up a campaulon nlilp On the Other hand there II no In dividual vuo ban u better opportunity of uiJrtyllK the Will frt llfr of the wllditrneraOf studying anlmrU In their natltfi Tiniiut of learning the recret if thut never ending book of the IorI- iii wliltipliiKldeal trout Irtlllll und of piiullng tilnttant humus In pursuit tf funifl rlther with the ramerr or till fl Itl J The fnrett nnr II jinl held orrr taln liourv of labor us strictly n lh I rorcrnmnnt emplnvo who lalx r In an fnivaud who rcKlitcr hit arriving and tlrpartluK time on a rlocK Hi In prstc Iraliy Ills own miiMer sending wrltlic rrHi t ID iH riiiHrlorx und inimtlmm oina wpIg wlUnmi lowing anothrr TVIUVI roniiST IAMIIK 4 mpluu of the iverrmiTit He blur ailahcd with corafurtabln quam i uni aily u anstli cubln In an itt UI ilt hat jiiidihchns the tie of a pony lliainlury timy Jtot he large but there Illllliu op jiortuiilty for sending money and UI a lUr8J4Jte AH jorge a figure rum the gov rnmMit trvatury- Ttio work of a unit ranger In a re MTV like that adjoining the Yellow stoon nufllulcntly varied to keep him huRl fwill UK uny touch of ennui The ranrtr daj usnully begins at sun up for thn uicu err thtHBl are not a sloth tot bnwvl and lore generally nvtlr at dawn Tb i rairttiT juroR out of his comfflriablo tiuuk or junyhap rites from the IMd vLJch ito has madu at hlu cabin doorstep outdoors Although the nights In nildrutuniir iiT KttlId even to the point of freezing too ranger like others Inurtil to wittm life prefern plenty of frch air and isintequently half of the limn IK rolls Into MM haul ets out of doors mid pullHhltHarpauIln over his head JiooMng to sleet that way ralhrr than In his Wtll ulred cabin fioincllnics ho will line nn Inchofftiow 4Joer his tarpaulin when he awuUs Jut for nine months of the year he practically sleeps as well an tvorle out of doorLN T Tribune Wnnleil n net Illil f this Senator Vllmot of Icnnsylvinla once called on President llnnilii tj nsk that a consulate be given a party worker whu lint been very pcatlfcroua unit nnnoyliig omit who refused to be t natlsllcd with n reasonable reward for lien tCIi rendered Where shall I send him asltrd Untoln A larpe nmp globe sool Ir tic room Wllmot Bttntchcd liii arm nrotnd Its aurfaco bs far as ho could reach and replied I do not hrov what my linger IsI touchlDt bul scud him there DEEIt GOES TO SCHOOL J Ynn Do 1ntcri Cia M Itooiu Fm uunrffd und iIcieV- Icuiiir n lltmlr Little gina do not often bne inch a playmate an came unannounced to the schoolhouso at Spruce Run In the Mat ot New Jcmy What do you think It Will Mamie and Gladys amid Elizabeth and Margaret nnd oltt to many other little girls were doing turns and locating In their geographies Iho lands of the Chl namau and the Jap just too good fur anything when In through the door came a deer It was A young doe the light of love and timidity In Its great brown eyw and just trembling with fear Of course the children were frightened The only deer they bad ever seen were III the zoological gar dens Sumo of the little girls KOt up on their seats and others bid behind their books Gladys screamed and It made abtnrIdoe became Elizabeth was holding Gladys hand and begging her to be quiet the teacher approached the deer and patted Its glosty neck It liked IKH lIKtAUK JJllTK HOLD to lit lotted and when the iMldren saw how really beautiful It was and the friendship that ta soft ym expnMfd they rcrovwd very quickly from their fright Vhey also pattiil vltck eldis and this so tickled the little doe that It wrinkled Its noi e too funny fog any timing It wan to tiay to WITT so many tear friend Then what dojou HitnV U ran onto the 1ftYtc1llllldIml nt ces time It wan stilt there eating the grass am frisking about the lawn In evident gke The llttl Rlrls ttmuFtit Mlis Jenny tint U the naniH they gnvo It would IheIilll And she Ukm U fo Wfll with the ioihr ilellrurlfs the children bioiittht ntlItnini om lu 1o re ft Thifilrl are going lit buy a shining nillar fur thtlr ret and who shall fay tint Mln Jtnny will out be inoudMIlwuuktcSntiuielBLOW jnl ii tss ic lie l S arL ilmsauihit t hlh- a tt nhel On an uptown 111111 ou the east lde dullyIhrtfB lamgo Newfoundland dcg which ill eropliyiil by the brawny nullity lo- work the bullowa of the forptu of lib Uop In one Corner of the hop Is u largu uoodin wheel about tight feet Iltl dlamelir aixl wlilc enough torn doc to island lu UlMtn the wlnej nt rest the log ctandh Iji Jiiurh the an me poi wlhIat once uti a brisk trot wltlrh snakes the wind turu around rajddiy and by minus uf u tulItrtlIIUof watihliiK Hie tiTans if the atilnuiU tujieep the siulilvs flreobrlKlit lull ulIowner about two dollars a week fur tack lo feed and heevllciaive that they tlUc him sit a week as otherwise It would require the pervlceu of two men or Ntnull engine to do Ihvlr wurcN Vi Mall and Express Rnimr aahls Iturk A most remarkable example of uutur KCtilpturc iu California Is the Jeorm VashlnKton rock about 3i miles north went of Loll AnRulca In the Santa Surana mountains Near this rock a twomile tunnel being bortd through time Santa SitMina mountuliiH just oulvldo Chutt worth park A chiseled monument coulf hardly bear truer likeneiw of ieorpu Washington Ihnti this chance picture lu time ragged contour of a huge bowlder Viewed front one point and only one It stand out sharp and dlttluct tKolnst the sky From all other points the rocl U a shapeless tunas The lmnje menlo urrs fully 21 feet from chin to brow and 18 close to the top of the lull In the vi cinity have been found Indian relics ovens Btnncu umtnlnlns Indian writ litss arrow heads niorlnra and many traces of a settlement of abtrlglncs- teat Inillnn I Iff iklnnt There Is a creeping mobs louud lu Jamaica In Uarbadon antI other UlandK ol tho West Indies which It called time tile tree or more properly Ihe life plant Ita powers of vltt Illy ore said to be beyond those of any other plant It la absolutely IntJestrucUblo by any means except immersion In boiling water or application of n red hot Iron II tray be cut up and divided In any mniv H9C aud thfl smallest shred j will throw olt roots grow and form buds The haves of title extraordinary plant have been placed In u dosed airtight dark box without iKtlsture of aor tort and IIll11 they grow SECOND CLASS MAIL h Itclbiins ill the Abuses in the Irivilges Goes On Tle Total Number of Pieces of Stamped Papers Issued to Postmasters During the Fiscal Year Was 7024902795 Washington Dec crhlrd Assist ant Iostmaator General Kdvrln C Mad den In his annual report says that the reform of tlio abuses of the secondS cUes mailing privileges Is movIng steadily forward and can be completed In two years Upward of 30 publica tions nro stilt Involved In court pro ceedings on tho question of seconds class privileges and on the result of these cases a great part of the reform depends Mr Madden expects the court proceedings will be ended within tho next few months and the way then opened to complete time reform Mr Madden recommends that congress consolidate the third and fourth classes of mall matter and fix tile rate of postage at ono cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof Tho report compares tho expenditures for rural free dellvory nnd the deficiency In pos tel revenue for tho last three fiscal years and SOs Tho rate of increase In expendi ture for tho Introduction anti main tenance of tin rural free delivery serv ice has been more than ono hundred per cent per year whereas the nor mal tier cent of Increase for Uio whole service has been approximately 11 per cent limit for this sudden nod ixtra ordinary Increase lu expenditure for a practically new though necessary branch of the postal service the defi ciency In tho postal revenue by the natural operation of things under tho system of administration now prevail lag would have been almost If not en tirely eliminated Tho gross foiling value of stamped envelopes and newspapers Itthited to postmasters was J18S31227 and ther IlOltulH value wan 17751852 leaving f107H37G to defray the cost of manu tar lurt nnd distribution Thu total number of places of stamp ill paper iytuicd to postmasters dur lug the llncnl year wan 7024U29ri of Ihe value of I1S9331SSO nn Increase over tit previous year of 1C pot cen lu uumherx 15 per tent lu value To thiwp stump HUppUiH should bo addeO IiS2fi210 htamp books the selling prlfo of which over time value of the Mumps loutnlned therein was S K92 mnakfltg the tutu number of pieces of ftiinipcd paper and stamp books Is Niied to postmaRtrr 7ut4732C5 of tin value of J12M3173 Tho siilsc of tnnip bonks lurreaird nlmnht 39 per cent over tho pruvloim year anti the n t profit to tho dejiarlmcnt In their ado was JC79ML TitHe w ri 770cri7r PstftI ttjrd unit Mr Mnildiii recommends tint rcni rcxK nut iorlx tilt po tmuntr KCH f nil In uteept itiallliiKH on Urge ipian Viii if luildenlnl jiUres or printed tuUr sad miull nrtlol s of ini rihnn ili wllhimt the nfIIt ff nfllNln noiitairf ftamjS In the Inch IdlUl- lIhcI MUNICIPAL GRAFT VVIdcw cf a Police Sergeant TeitifieiJ Deore the Committee of Aldermen Mill act DIP 4Mrs John II How ant widow of a pollif KTKtnnt tost fliii bt foro tin rommlttie of aldinnn lnvf llKutltiK muulelpal graft thut wit paid 13tm lo Meure what lIiw Itt tnlMled to under tlu la n pension ot ji a month thn sole means o cupport fur herself nut ihlldren This money nlm testllled was paid direct 10 John II Ioe nn titti miry who told her t umt IMti wnn to go to himself Fur Kal htrvkes and tilt Italanc to the penitlon hoard and John II Drown peiMlon agent MM Howard tetItI1l- int MM John Walsh a widow of a pollii iitliriT hail jmld JTi to xtt on v pollci pension roll Secretary IJtcwn entoied n denial of tiny eoiu pllrity on hU rart- VALUABLE n PAINTINGS LOST Some of Them Were to Have Dun Ex hlblted at Worlds Fair Omaha Nob nee Ialutlngs vatS ued nt 1OUOM feveral of which were lo have been exhibited at tn St Louis uxpoxltlou hnvo been lost They were painted by Charles H Hall and his brother both of Omaha Mr Hall left the palntlngi IWO In number In his studio In Seattle Hv later ordered them Khljiped to Omaha and received what purported to bo a hIll of lading Two inonllm hnvo elapsed since tielr alleged nhlpment und no trace can Ill found of tho art treoHiiris Mr halt believes they hnvo been stolen Called on President Roosevelt Washington Dec The president received a nimlttcu repniientlns thn national congress of Motoen clubs Tho visitors numbffrluB about SO vrero tcrclved lu tIme east mini of time white house the president clinking hands with enci umt- oPardoned By the President Washington nee crh president lint purdoned J Wright Ho was lon victed In Arlxonti of criminal nasaii and sentenced In 1S9S to Iniprltonmont for llfo In tho territorial prison In vluw of later facts It Is believed ho IInnocent War Against Reed Smoot Washington Doc 4A union of womens clubs with headquarters In Washington was fcrmoJ ho u Thurs day to wago varfuru to secure the ex pulsion of Senator lUiil Smout of Utah from tho Unlti Stat a neiiuta riFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Extra Session Washington Nov 8IJonreTbfhouse met Friday and after the Intro duct ion of a few bills and a debate ot tho resolution to adjourn over ad journed until Tuesday Washington Del 2SenateSena tor Penroio chairman of time committee of post ofllecs and poatroads Tues lay Introduced a resolution authoriz ing that committee to request tim post martcr general to send to the com mltteo all the papers connected with the recent Investigation of tho post of flee department and If necessary the committee Is to make further Invest nation amid to repott to tno senate Tho resolution without action was re furred to the committee on contingent expenses of the senate Following U tbo text of the 11 roll 0 resolution That time committee on iost otHce and po itroadK In view of the charger of corruption extravagance and vio lotions of law In tho administration ol the affairs of the post office depart audit Is hereby authorized and III Mruclcd to request tho postmaster gen cral to cend to tao committee nil pa Jets connected with the recent Inves tigation of his department nec essary to make further Inquiry Intc the administration of the said depart mcnt and to make report thereon tc congress upon completion of saul In vestigation Said committee shall have power to send tar persons books and lIars examine witnesses under oath employ a stenographer and sit by sub committee or otherwise during the sessions of the senate ot during the periods of adjournment at such times nail places as tho committee may detonntui and the actual and nec essary expenses of said Investigation shall he paid out of the contingent fund of tho senate uj ou vouchers ap proved by the chairman of tho rom mittee Tho reference of the resolu lion was necessary under the riles of thi FeuateH- OIIEO TIID house after being In resalon for u little more than nn hour hiljournud until Filday fbe time was chiefly iotmumed In u tarlE debate Wflen Mr Payne had offered thci mo lion to adjourn over Mr Williams time minority leader RUfcgosted that timer would like about minutes on n fids for ililuito on tln tariff IJue lInn whereupon Mr 1nyno aitkoii tho con sent of the home Orcnted n ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION President Mitchell of the Mine Worker Arrives In Trinidad Col Trinidad Col lee 34mniii pto lungod ivieerlng President Mitchell of tln United Mine Woilierfof America arrived In Trinidad Wvdnoeday night As Mitchell Kt ppod from tie train n squad of 30 policemen rnrroundcd hiM to k ip haul tie crowd A thouKanl mlniirn curroundud the carriage CUll lalultiK Mr Mlflull unit escorted him through time main hirer to a hotel Mr Mitchell immediately mIlieu to his loom with several mumbero of tie national board Crowds paced lie ftveets stopping nit trnflle for fully haif nn hour flam orlng fur a speteh State Labor out mlfHfoner Moniyomeo and John fiehr national organher ndilnsHf lit cniwilH fsjlnp Hint PrvIdipr Mltilell hail bitn lek VSR tire I out friiin lily lUll journov anti was abut tu make nu uddrtvs i Vtedncsdii night but would make n public ad ilrtMrt boforo lea vine Trinidad TLc crorrd Immediately flt ytl COTTON BOLL WEEVIL The Louisiana Legislature to Consider the Pest in Extra Session Kattn llouge a lee SGm W W Heard Issued a proclamation lon renliK till general assembly of the stnto lu extraordinary session fur a period of 12 days beginning Thursday IkHxmbor 10 and designating the ob jects to be considered The first of these Is the cutton boll weevil Pest anti time consideration of such laws as may be necessary to prevent control out eradicate tic same In tIme stato ol Louisiana and making an appropria inn to carry Into effect nil laws In relation thereto ALLEGED GRAFTING Certain Omaha City Officials Are te Be Investigated Omalni Neb Dec 1Mayor Frank U Moore announced his Intention ol Investigating grafting by certain city olllclnls whiche says has been going on for some time He began b railing before him City Poundmastoi McLaughlln whom ho openly charged with receiving money for duties never pVformed Ho also announced his In let Ion of Investigating bills present ed iy the city garbage haulers nail otnra which Ue says nro excessive and which have been paid without proper authority Acjtd Woman Burned to Death ninnvood Neb Dee 3TII cotlnRe occupied by Mrs Marttm 5chlotmin and hem daughter was destroyed by firs nnd Schlcnlnmn was burned tc death She was a hvlpletm Invalid llof daughter tried to reKu her but owing to the aged womrns grca weight site was unable to drag hem omit time room Robert Catling Found Dead In fled Now Yolk nee 2 Robert Gatlla son of time late Richard J Oatllnc i vtntor of tIme sun which bears lIE name was found dead In bed In Ills apaitmcnts III this city A doctor wiic was railed said Mr Galling hunt bees dead for sonic hours Presented to the Pttciitnt Washington Dec 3Slr Mortlmet Durand British ambiMador in VNi United States was presented to Presl dent ItoosevtH Wednesday Ho pr icnttd hU crolentiuls to the chief ur tcutlvc Kentucky Intelligence 2JUDGMENT AFFIRMED Damages Awarded For Injuries Sus talned In An Auto Accident Frankfort Ky Dec 4ln affirming judgment of a lower court where dam ages were awarded for injuries sust- aIned In an automobile accident the first case of the kind to bo appealed to It the court of appeals of Kentucky Thursday said While automobiles arc a lawful means of conveyance and have equal rights upon the public roads with the horse and carriage their use must be accompanied with that degree of prudence In manage ment anti consideration for the rights of others which Is consistent with their safety The appeal was from the Kenton circuit court In which the plaintiff recovered damages for Injur lea sustained by a horse becoming frightened at an automobile propelled at a high rate of speed A TRIVIAL QUARREL It Ended In the Killing of Dudley Wil liamson in a Saloon Frankfort Ky Dec cIn a fight between Irvine Crumbaugh and Dudley Williamson In the saloon of Owen Moore on llroadwny street west of the state capitol grounds Thursday night thin latter was twice shot and diet Instantly Tho shooting grew out of a quarrel over some 1j pennies giv en by Crumbaugh the barkeeper to Williamson to play a slot machine Williamson disputed the number of pennies received and Is said to have made a move as to draw a weapon Williamson was a state guardsman nnd was vdvaluabl witness for tbo commonwealth In the tottie niurJo cases GROOM KILL BY A STALLION StripfLouisville Ky Doc tWhlle leading time stallion Hammock owned by Mike Dwycr out of the stable at the Schultu stock farm near this city Henry Johnson a groom was attacked by the animal whiles had never bo fore displayed temper Ills arm was torn off timid tin flesh stripped from his holy by lite brute Joltufoii was brought here anti died nt the hospital Slot Machines Ordered Out Newport Ky Dcc 4There will he no more fivecent slot machine left In this city Thursday Chief of Police Deputy sent word to all of tIme saloon keepers who put In the maililn that they inuct bo taken out at once anti III accordance wit i the order the com pany that put theme lu began taking them out- I3uIIet Fired Through Window Covlngton Ky Doc 1A bullet fired by unknown perou crashed Into the sitting vomit window at the homo of J M Johnson Thursday night Mr Johnson nml Ills two little dough tort who were In the room at tie time narrowly tfrapcil being hit by the Icudun hail Two Convicts Paroled Frankfort Ky Doc 4Tlio hoard of prison conmiitfilonciH paroled Cicero King of Ohio county sent up for ten years Dud Sam Ireland of Ballard county sent up for eight years both charged with manslaughter Flue fur mer hUll served four and time latter thee years New Packing House In Louisville Louisville Ky Dec tThe Ken tucky Packing and Provision Co was Incorporated with a capital stock of 1250000 Louisville Chicago Pitts burg and Liverpool capitalists are in crested Tho company will erect a plant at the Central stock yards in Louisville Said to Be a Forgery Lexington Ky Dec 4A most se rious charge Is made that letter pur porting to bo front Judge Hod wine to flov Hcckham asking for a withdraw al of soldiers from Jackson is a for gory for the purpose of getting the troops away In order to start the feud Again Horse Sales Closed Lexington Kyntc ITho Faslg Tlpton sale closed Thursday with the sale of 120 horses for 21790 an aver ago of 181 Top price was brought by Hen Holllday sold to J W Pugh Covlngton J Haggln offered 32 yearling colts from Klmendorf stud Transcript In Powers Case Frankfort Ky Dec ITbe record In tho case of Caleb Powers convicted as an accessory to tho murder of tlio Into iov William Ooebel and sentenc ed to death was tiled In the clerks olllco f tlio cutlEt of appeals Thurs day afternoon President of Central University Louisville Ky nEe 4Julia W YcrUes commUsloner of Internal rove nue may bccomo president of Center college succeeding the late Dr Wm C Itobcrts who died last week A KtroiiK sentiment has grown up In hula fnvor Died From His Injuries Covlngton Ky Dec IWm Dow lug 37 died at Ills homo lu West CoY lngton as the result of Injuries sims tamed by being caught by an air brake under nn euglneut tlie Southern mil road roundhouse In i ml low The Amendment Adopted Frnukfort Ky ncr tln accord mince with Section 250 of the constitu tion Iov Ueckhnm Thursday form ally proclaimed the adoption of the amendment to the constitution voted on nt the November election OWE HUNDRED DOLLARS A BOX Ii the value H A Tisdale Sum merton S C places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve He sayClI had the piles for twenty years I tried I many doctors and medicines but all cl failed except Da Witts Witch Hazel Salve It cured me It is a combi nation of the healing properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and em ollllents relieves and permanently cures blind bleeding itching and protruding piles sores cuts bruises eczema salt rheum and all skin di seases Sold by East End Drug Co Farmers rRichmon 000Burplu We solicit your pntronogeIa JAMES BENNETT Prtt S S PARKES Cashier Ilnllmtd Ilorclioaml Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse cough oppressed rattling rolllYtand difficult breathing Stearns Druggist Shullnburg Wia conBin writes May 20 1901 I have iSyruphad a preparation that has given bet ter satisfaction I notice that when I L soil a bottle they come back for more Ican honestly recommend it 25c We anti Jl 00 nt East End Drug Store J 1 nMomptly obtun U B and wo 1 5dmo4etfletcbor pbow of larto Jat1asIRAQEMANKS r0I c fut ClIilrtti The pleasant to tithe mid harmlesn One Minute Cough Cure gives Imtud diate relief in all cases of Cough r Croup aniLaGrippe because it does not immediately Vase into tho atom itch but takes effect right m the sent 4 of tho trouble It draws out the iu Datamation heals BUrl soothes suit cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiv ing and lifesustaining oxygen to lhtt blood and tissues Dr Armstrong or Delia Tex prescribes it daily and says there is no better cough remedy made Sold by East End Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Watch and clock repairing are the pecialties of Williams shop Agency for M bL Laundry Take all your trouble to him Work gtiaraulMd EARLY RISERS t f I rue FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Blllouness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaundice DUilness and all troubles arts hug from an Inactive or sluggish liver DeWitt Utile Early Risers are un el promptly and never gripe ihey ere so dainty that It Is a pleasure to lake them One to two act as a mild laxative two or four act as a pleasant sad effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They Ionic the liver TUIDULZICASSUrLTTWIIPIRD cDwiseIt a CeChlco 4= THE CITIZEN BRIEF AND TO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Revolver Exploded In Young Jinns- locketReuding of Bible In Schools Declared Lawful Selfilefcnse la Claimed ai Cause of Fatal Shooting Owlngavllle Ky Dec 7ln Step stone a revolver carried l y Thomas Duff a young farmer exploded in his pocket wounding him so that he may die Fatal Fight Over Pennies Frankfort Ky Dec aIn a tight between Irvine Crumbaugh and Dudley Williamson In the saloon of Owen Moore the latterwas shot and died k stantly The shooting grew out of a quarrel over 15 pennies given by Crumbaugh the barkeeper to Wil liamson to play a ilot machine WIl- lIamson disputed the number of pen nies received and Is said to have made a move as to draw a weapon Williamson was a state guardsman and was a valuable witness for the commonwealth In the Goebel murder casesEwen Walks Jackaona Street Jackson Ky Dec 6 Captain D J Ewen principal witness against Jett r and White In Breathltt county assas sination case Is boldly walking the streets of Jackson His appearance on the streets immediately after all the soldiers have been recalled has occasioned surprise He was always guarded by a large body of soldiers when here and on innumerable occa atone expressed the belief that he t would bo assassinated if he liver re turned to Jackson Shot In Self Defense Georgetown Ky Dec 3Lewis Price a negro aged IT was shot and Instantly killed by Frank Young white aged 14 near Oxford Price was hunting on Charles Smiths farm and was ordered off the place by Young who Is employed by Smith The negro refused to obey Young and prepared to kill him whereupon Young shot and killed Price The boy surrendered and was lodged In Jail Does Not Violate Law Brooksvllle Ky Dec 7Judgo James P Harbenson has rendered a decision in which he holds that the reading of tho Bible or the rendering of prayer to the Deity in the public schools of the state does not constl tute a violation of any of the constitu tional rights or laws of Kentucky Mortally Wounded Huntington W Va Dec 4Sum- ner Swann a prominent farmer was shot and mortally wounded by Harry son Fowler a brotherin law Fowler is G2 years of age and owns valuable 4real estate In the county Fowler sur Tho tragedy occurred In tho Barboursvllle postofflce Money In the Collar Montgomery W Va Dec 7The administrators of Caleb flames a wealthy farmer who was killed in a runaway accident not long ago found 1100 in an old horse collar They were about to throw the cellar away when the money was found Fire Sweeps Town Bowling Green Ky Dec 7Flre at Auburn a town of only 900 inhabit ants 18 miles south of Bowling Green caused a loss of 75000 The origin oi the fire Is unknown There was very little Insurance Killed Hit Uncle Stonford Ky Dec 7John PetMy aged 21 shot and instantly killed his uncle Armp Petrey aged 45 at the home of Mrs Fabrey near Ottcnham The young man says be shot in self defense Died From Injuries Bardstown Ky Dec 7 Bob Greenwell died it Is alleged as the j result of Injuries sustained in a fight with A M Dugan To Curtail Coal Output Plttsburg Pa Dec 8 Representa fives of the Plttsburg and Mononga hela River Consolldate Coal and Coke companies the rail and river combines met with representatives of the 25 independent coal operators of 1 the Pittsburg district and discussed plans for curtailing output and estab lishing a fixed price for the winter Every Independent operator of slzo In ji tho district was represented save C Jutto Co A committee was ap pointed to discuss plant and the meet ing adjourned to meet at call of the committee This is the first attempt at concerted action among the oper ators of the Plttsburg district Women Attack Officers Hastings Colo Dec SEleven women wives of striking coal miners attacked Marshals Mills Hlghtower and George Waybright while they were tearing down some shanties on tho Victor Fuel companys property in the Italian quarter of the town Marie Vanelll struck Hlghtower on head with a butchers cleaver nearly cutting off one of his ears Other a women gave Waybright a severe beating The women were arrested i and taken to Trinidad for trial Dig Up Eight Skeletons New York Dec Smght human skeletons supposed to be the re mains of Continental soldiers who perished during the Revolution were uncovered by workmen excavating In the City Hall park near the old Hall of Records A prison in which tho British confined American prisoners occupied this site in revolutionary times Spencer Very III London Dec 7Herbert Spencer the famous writer who has been ill iforsometime passed a bad day r IHI + I+H H+H1I1H+HHH1I +1IH+ 11I1III Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES JtLL d ll1 I llllrii iiiDcrea is probably tho most health ful town in Eastern Kentucky Mitch Preston and son Oscar made a business trip to Lexington Tuesday Miss Louisa Yocum returned home from East Northfield Mass Tuesday Arthur Yocum has gone to Wallace ton where ho will spend tho winter at the home of James Baker Mr Malcolm Miller and son Malcolm of Richmond were business visitors here Tuesday and yesterday- Mr and Mrs J C Kinnard of Omaha Neb arrived yesterday morn ing for a months visit with relatives and friends here Misses Bessie and Delora Fish of Wildie were the guests hero of their cousin Addie Fish on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week Edward Anderson has moved his family from Tyner Jackson county into the new house which he recently erected near the depot here Henry Duncan wife and two chil dren of Lancaster were visitors over Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs A Crawford on Center street Mr and Mrs WH Porter returned early Saturday morning from Houston Tex Mrs Porters nine years old brother Byron Woolf accompanied them and will make his home with them for the present Mr Win J Covington falhoriu law of Representative C LlTSeBrcy has lost his voice The first intimation he had of the loss was when he at tempted to exchange greetings with a friend and found he could not speak Geo Philipps and family of Mid illetowu Ohio have moved to Berea and at present are occupying the house on Depot St formerly owned by T A Robinson of Richmond but recently purchased by Samuel Lucas R R Early and wife of Lexington were the guests over Sunday of Dr and Mm Howard Switzer Mr Early is a brother of Mrs Switzer He is a successful farmer and trader having amassed large fortune in less than 25 yearsThe Telephone Co is now putting up the poles for a lino between here and Big Hill and expects to have the line ready for use by Jan 1 This is the first section of the lino which will eventually go through to McKee Jackson Co There will be a Sundayschool social at the Parsonage the Church of Christ Friday night at 7 oclock Every member of the Sundayschool is invited The admission fee charged is that every member shall bring some one who is not an attendant at any other Sunday school Charles Jacobs the popular tailor of Richmond has leased tho Garnet House the hotel there now operated by R G Englo The name will be changed to the St Charles Hotel and everything will continue to be first class Mr Jacobs tailor shop will be removed to the same building Valentine Williams a lifelong resident of this vicinity died Friday night at his home south of town at the age of 70 years He was twice married A daughter the only child by his first wife died soon after her mothers death Mr Williams leaves his second wife and ten children The remains were buried Sunday afternoon at the old Williams burying ground Mrs Alice M Williams missionary to North China was tendered recep tion at the Parish House Thursday afternoon at which a large number of the women of the town were present Thursday night at the Congregational church Mrs Williams spoke most interestingly of her work in China The congregations of the Second and Baptist churches joined with the Congregationalchurch in this service Caiaius Clift did not rally from the paralytic stroka sustained jtsterday a week ago and quietly passedaway on Saturday night at eight oclock The funeral services were held at the house Sunday morning Rev A E Thomson of the Union church con ducted the services They were lot lowed by burial in the Berea Ceme tery Mr Clift was 55 years of ages and had for many years boon a resi dent of Berea He leaves his wife and three children Will Charles and AnnaThe case of ET Fish against the old Silver Creek and Scaffold Cane Turnpike Co has at last been settled Mr Fish being awarded 205 81 and costs The suit was first brought before the Circuit Court in 1899 but both parties to the suit agreed to 1h11I settle tho case by arbitration Messrs J M Early and I C Davis were chosen arbitrators and they in turn chose S G Hanson as referee in the event that they could not agree The evidence in the case was heard by the arbitrators on Nov 17 and the above award was made John Bolton died at his home on tho Paint Lick pike Friday night at the age of 42 years Mr Bolton was never married and for 30 years sited with his mother and brother on the farm of W 0 Fish father of E T Fish of this city until his mothers death a year ago when he and his brother bought an adjoining farm He was quiet and industrious and devoted to his mother The funeral services occurred Saturday Rev Ratchford of Kirksville preaching the sermon Burial in the old Paint Lick Cemetery followed Henry West aged CO years died Saturday morning at G oclock at his home on Center street He was a member of the Methodist churchand of Capt JaB West Grand Army Post and an earnest and devoted Christian Ho had been an invald for manp years and went to his reward with rejoicing Mr West was a native of Co but had resided at SomersetanJ afterwards at Paint Lick for a number of years Thirteen months ago he removed to Berea He leaves hh wife two sons and a daughter Sherman at home with his mother Willa farmer at Paint Lick and Mrs W C Kelley of Loretto Neb The funeral services were hold Sunday afternoon at the house conducted by Rev AE Thomson assisted by Prof L V Dodge Interment in the Berea cemetery H I H I HIKHK I College Items i HERE AND THEREJ I I HI I I Mrs K U Putnam accompanied by her daughter Ethel returned yesterday from E Northfield Mass F S Black now teaching at Calhoun Ky attended tho Colored Teachers Association of the Second Congressional District whichmet recently at Hopkinsville Ky Loren Phelps and wife came Fri day morning from Jamestown Ky and for the present will reside and board at Mrs Yocum Mr Phelps will teach in the B Grammar grade of the Model Schools The students employed on the farm and in the woodwork department came out in their new uniforms for the first time Saturday morning Those on the farm wear suits of brown mixed denim while those in the shop wear blue mixed denim 0 M Simpson accompanied by Harry Postlewaite arrived Tuesday morning from Aloxi Ill Mr Simp son will resume his duties as band leader James W Wheeler who has so efficiently led the band during the fall term taking first cornet Mr Postelwaite will also become a mom ber of the band Those who attended the Young Mens Christian Association Confer ence for College men held at George town from Friday until Sunday are as follows Ulysses Burgess Albert Hopson Isaac Hacker Wm Jones Arthur Flanery Andrew Ross and James Meadows The boys report a profitable meeting President Frost delivered the principal address on Saturday night- VICEPRESIDENT HUIBELL At the last Chapel exercises of the term yesterday morning President Frost made the official announcement that George Allen Hubbell Ph D who visited Berea and gave a lecture beforo the religious societies a few weeks ago has been elected to the position of Vico President of the College and has accepted an an nouncement which was received with great enthusiasm The question of the desirability of having a vice president has been before the trustees several times and was carefully canvassed at the recent meeting in Cincinnati Already the field had been carefully gone over to discover suitable candidates in case tho trustees should see fit to make an appointment The decision was reached that a vice president specially selected for tho office would add strength to the Institution and tho duties of such officer were somewhat definitely defined On considering the various candidates Dr Hubbell received the unanimous vote of the trustees in session And after a careful consideration of the work of Berea and despite the fact that he comes ala great financial sacrifice Dr Hub boll has accepted the new position George Allen Hubbell is a native of Springfield Ohio and was for some time Professor and Principal of the Normal Department at Antioch College While there he distinguished himself as an able conductor of teach ore institutes anda thoroughgoing business man as well as a superior teacher Later he pursued poet graduate studios at Columbia Uni vetsity from which ho received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy for work In the history of education and pedagogy in 1902 spending the following summer in Europe He Is at present Professor of English of the Erasmus Hall High School Brooklyn N YDr Hubbell is a man in the prime of life with experience and one who has enjoyed wide and varied educa tional opportunities But more than this he is a man of character and force a speaker in constant request in the vicinity of New York for addresses ou methods of teaching Bible study and other subjects He won the confidence of Berea students and teachers in his recent brief visit al though few know that he was then thought of as a possible addition to the Berea working force Tho unto nimity of opinion regarding him is remarkable and his coming will be a great event in the history of Berea College and of educational affair in the State THE LOYAL TEMPERANCE LEGION I promise to try my best 1 Never to drink anything that can make me drunk 2 Never to use tobacco or cigarettes 3 Never to use bad words The following are the names of chil dren in Berea who signed the above temperance pledge Cleveland Frost Helen Neeland Charley Allen Johnny Allen Edith Frost Willie Diinoy Arthur Reynolds Helen Dizney Marion Bowman Margaret Todd Hilda Welch Soils Clark Margaret Dizney Bertha KinKI Minnie Clytner NellieShockley Wallace Clvmer Chas Clark Dahlia Ambroso B Galloway The Christmas present problem will be easily solved when you inspect the fine lino of sterling silver novelties china cut glass diamonds watches laud other Christmas specialties shown by T A Robinson Main St Richmond KyIHOYS Ai OIHUS Meet with many accidents during Christmas celebrations Paracamph relieves Instantly Burns Cuts and Bruises and heals without leaving ugly scars So mothers be sure Jo keep a bottle of Paracamph in your house For sale by S E Welch Jr druggist Steer With Record Chicago Dec 4Challenger tho champion fat steer of the live stock exposition was the center of attrac tlon at the stock yards It was an nounced that Challenger had set a now record In cattle Investments Having been bought by the Unlver sity of Nebraska for 65 he was foil on a special diet costing about 20 cents a day for six and one halt months The total cost of the steer up to the day ho was landed In Chicago was slightly over 120 Since bo was brought hero Challenger won seven prizes the cash bonus aggro gating 450 Ho will be sold at pub lic auction and Is expected to bring about 700 giving the university a profit of approximately 1000 To Invade Isthmus Colon Dec SA rumor is in circu lation hero to the effect that 3000 soldiers have left Cartagena for tho purpose of invading tho isthmus No details aro known and the rumor can not be confirmed at present It prob ably had its source In Port LImon Costa Rica where It was brought by steamer from Cartagena The only possible means of approaching Pan ama Is by narrow and difficult moun lain passes Train Robbery Frustrated Harrisburg Pa Dec 7An attempted train robbery was frustrated by special officers Dodker and Hels ter of the Philadelphia and Reading railroad at Rutherford William D Crabb supposed to be from Potts vllle had mounted the engine of a train and drove the fireman ort the engine firing twice at him Crabb was overpowered by the officers and committed to the county prison Junta Signs Treaty Panama Dec 3The Junta signed tile canal treaty with the United States without amendment The sign- Ing of the paper has caused general satisfaction In all circles hero Tho treaty arrived in Panama from Wash ington and was delivered at the pal ace ministers In the presence of tho cabinet ks +oOIcHOIO +OOI+o +oooooooOIoIoOIoolo +o +oloo 0 o + f 0 f EVERYBODY t t1 6 f o 1 WEARSo Q tr- o o SHOESAo 01 1c0 1 so why not wear good shoos whoa wo sell you o o o g GOOD UPTODATE SHOES k I 0o oJ 3just as cheap as other people soil you inferior ones J a ttWeare leaders for stylo woar and comfort anti you cant muse H it if you buy from us r Anything Bud everything you want in mens furnishings and i 1can please you in style and price 0 6 Call in and look over our various hues so you can bo convinced 1 0 Yours for business t Crutcher Tribble0 I MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 0 0 +o +o +o +010 +o+o +o + oil o+o +o4o+o+o +o +010 +a+o +00000 DR FENNERS Kidney Backache ALSO Pbb1FIES TIIC BLooD bladder heart disease r roper Uulka Dont become discouraged There U a cur He has spent lifetime curing mcli cues 7 have been a sufferer from for house and aometlmes to bed for several days and Caro when I was suffering M well u I have ia my life 1 suffered from kidney and bladder trouble Dr Fenner Kidney and Cure sad In I WM sooanruraattatroc V aol1ll for Dr CureAlbeit0 o +O +o +o +o +o +o +o+o + o +o +o +o +o i t Your Orders o o 1 Long Distance + Phone 188 or The 0 CITIZEN + olliceIo Plants Get t Richmond tn 0 niTTT coil cared o T TWTTWT 1llittlt+IIII+II H I HiHIHIHIlHH HHlHHH rc 1 If its from CRUTCHER t 1d EVANS ITS GOOD I Y 11HJIt11II11l+HHHIHlHHM M I + i11H1l full line of FUKNITUUE on band We invite Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOlLINH old stand when in Richmond r CAIUETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY t Day Phone 73 Phone 47 kldnejri backache Backache Backache twill Crutcher Evans Richmond 3 Buy Fresh Groceries IiOur line of Groceries is always fresh Wo always koopsa nice line of Fruits Vegetables Diamond Brand Coffees from IJic to JlCc per Pound Once used use- dBread is the Staff of Life Get a loaf of Mothers Bread a sack ot Snow on the Mountain Flour- Delivery from G a m until 9 p m PRESTONS A COMMON THING With older people is rheumatism Sharp deep pains that hurt from morning till night Paracamph relieves Rheumatism instantly because itopens the pores and induces sweat ing removes congestion and draws all fever and inflammation Your tout buck if you are not satisfied Try to day Guaranteed by S E Welch Jr druggist All Diseases of the aaj urinary organ Also iheamatUm just rheumatUm ever Ask be Richmond Kentucky S + 0LnniLon A always our Night 66 I- Jo nut Our Prices always or it Main StreetCall 88 lie Foil ml n Cure R H Foster 818 S 2d Street Salt Lake City writesIII have been bothoered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years Imvo tried ninny doctors without relief but I have roundrcure in Herbino I recommend it to all my friends who are afllicted that way and it is curing them too GOo at East End Drug Store ezw n T 7r l 1 erlJk pVVr a r t THE CITIZEN rpIIIIIII1I1IIIIIII1I1HHix The Home JENNIE LUSTER KILL Editor iIIIIII1HHIHIII11IHH Tho Story of a Poom It Is n simple story told In the l minploflt way In at the next door is a young woman ho lius not walked for twelve ltrl A good Providence urrengedthat although the tortures of a drenO discate stiffened hctlro limbs nnd twfclcd facile hands into unseemly bhaxw enough of the right hand was left fro to handle pen end brutli and through thorn a cultured mind nnd heart can servo the Lord In helpful words for other htrlckon tiles This poem of Nora hnd its blitli In answer to prayer In neighboring house a baby bad come to bless tho Mole andtho splendid little follow for ho was Indeed such must havo a Baby Record Rook In which there might bo entered the dally ongoing and happenings of his little life life ItJOillgll and hi time hie saying and the other wonderful things so precious to n mothers heart Such a book with appropriate IlluHtriiUons for the pages was given to this lady to pro pare When completed a poem was needed for an introduction It WHS July and tho power for this mouth in tho Water Lily Boolor poems were aot hit through III vein Her own muse was Invoked but it was pivrorfco guff bileul In hr dcspai- She turned to the Lord from whom she was accustomed to seek and to fintl help iu time of need And in answer almost immediately without conscious mentil effort of her own this poem unfolded itself mud In R Mingle afternoon lowed from her fingers exquisite iu structure cud in sentiment with scarcely n chunge just as it is priiitcd bore THE WATER LILTS STOHV- Wbtn Hrt I woke to life veep down In the titer bra I routd not trrtlhe for the llfllnx onto And the ItUrkncM of er ray baL In tUrknnt I longed let the tight IrlMMKM I reamed to be Irre Iu dreams I Mticil for the ski use he wind vet star sad MM and tri Au i I 4hJ I Mill rtM the u rr aIr And the life thai drawoth me Tim twining wredi ol the water werM Rrcbrd out end bW me fast The IHh tads wave united rill Tocalehmeul iawedl Tim w ltullilnnof mlr mil spud lleckotifd and bade star n the tleachcrant cuncnli lit itrong r I felt ujr weak Hem swan hut tbtwif them wet them pal them all I took my upward way yell white white liilmmrtl with lumhlnt end tIp In light I I lUlU frafiant cup loom s4 the dajrtluo and star ol lli tight innplurc caicJat the litTtnilitue Mul knew that all my drcatn werotruc And puraaiidfalr My uhlle laves bear- Never a trace of tlltae and mold ml the crawllnr thlntof the underwoild Rare tuft no talul on my heart ol gold In iKace I mt on the rUera brrMl And living love and loving live Anil breahlug dfvpol that upper air My life to lie world In iwe lnwa live Out the Lord had another purjxwo for it to servo Ono mouth last bum mar tho slender income of this lady ono only just Hulllcieul for neceasary expouBosstuldcnly and unexpectedly failed But ale had so learned t trust the heavenly Father that felt no fear She simply took the burden to Him and left it there Some months before ehe hud ventured to send BOHIO of her poops to the Youths Companion This ono and another not yet printed were no copied Othersaho had soul to one of our magazines and ono of these found like favor This was her tint experience with publishers and tho interesting thing about it was that the acceptance of the poems nud the checks for them should havo come iu this mouth of need and that tho combined proceeds would have jus mot tho amount for which the regular income had failed Kov S J Humphrey in Tho Advance HHMMMIHIM HHHM The School JOHN WIRT DIHSHORB Editor o HIII11IIII111111H1111I IN GREATER NEW YORK Perhaps a brief description of one of the public schools of New York City may he of interest to tho roado of the educational column A letter from Superintendent Maxwell who htfl charge of all the public schools of Greater New York permits me to visit at will any of tho schools and assures mo every courtesy and facility for seeing tho work Recently I visited a school in the densely populated district of the Bowery The neighborhood is almost entirely composed of Jews from Rus sin nudr4uslrin Of tho 2JOO children in tho lug I wrs told thoro were not n dtznJ Americans Many oven of the smaller children wore foreign born and when they entered school could not apeak a won of Euglfsb but it is marvelous how quickly they learn it and arfJulrI log it as they do under well trained teachers they soon speak hotter nud purer English luau many who are native born Ono of the hopeful things is that as soon as they learn the English they discard their native tongue using tho littler only whoa Blinking to their parents or to neigh bore who cannot underntaud English Continued 1 1111111111111111111 The Farm i SILAS CUBBVBR MASOn Editor III1111111111111HHI Watering Horses A discuFsioti of the subject of watering horses should take into nccount the reasons why water is needed tho amounts required tho proper time for watering and related topics Horsec like other animals require water which should always bo of good quality for moistening their food so that tho digestive juices may permeate it readily for diluting the blood and other fluids of tho body and for other physiological uses it may b6BS normalrcondition tho body contains a definite amount of water When any consid erable amount of water is lost from tho hotly ft sensation of thirst is ex pttrienml showing that moro waters needed to take its place Prnclic ally all tho water excreted leaves tho body in the feces urine porspirdtion stud breath The amount eliminated in each increases with tho amount of water consumed the largest amount thiing excreted in tho feces In addition to the water drunk by horses a considerable amount is oh tanned in the more or less succulent food eaten The amount of water ro quired is influenced by n number of factors including the season of tho year temperature ot the surrounding air character of the food the individ gal peculiarities of the horse the nmounl and character of the work Informed cud performed and prob ably others The amount of water needed increases with the tempera turn and with tho timouut ot work performed since it is very evident that bothof these factors increase the amount which is given oft from the body in the form of perspiration Muscular work also increases tho mount of water vapor excreted in the breaths Continual imiors ROMU iiiKvisTir Take a double dose of Chamber Inina Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as scow as the first indication of tho disease appears and n threat ened attack nay be warded off Hun dreds of people use tho remedy in this way with par feet success Fo solo by SE Welch Jr 0Emperor Must Be Silent London Dec 7 The Dally Mall understands that there is reason to fear a recrudescence of Emperor Wil liams throat trouhle and that It may bo mnnywooUs before tho emperorro gains the use of his voIce although the doctors nro agreed that the trou ble is not of a malignant character in QUICK Not a minute should bo lost whoa a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Laugh Remedy given ni soon rla the child becomes hoarse or even after tho croupy coughap pears will prevent the attack It Fotsale by SE Welch Jr A pair of ladiesor mens hobs p slippers a pair of gloves a tin or a mufilor makes a handsome anti ac ceptable Christmas present The can be had in endless variety at Ric ft Arnolds Richmond Ky Burled In Trance May Die New Orleans Dec 3Arter being burled underground in a hypnotic tranco for six days Mamlo Lamar Rogers Is dying from a complication of consumption pnoumonla and ty phold When she lied been Interred uprsYOU CAN NOT Detect the bad odor coming fro your own nose or load if you have catarrh but your wife or friends can Do not disgust them by such trouble Use Furacamph It will relieve instantly and cure or money refunded For sale by S EWelch Jr druggist PRESIDENTS MESSAGE Important State Document Is Submitted to Congress PROBLEMS OP TUG HOUR REVIEWED Involution In Innuinn Sew Cnnnl Treaty Klniinuliil II rill Trust untl Labor juc lloii Army and Navy Aiiirrlciin Shipping tininlurutlou uml Oilier Affairs- Washington Doc 7 President Roosevelt line submitted to congress his annual message a comprehensive condensation of which follows Tho president finds cause for congratulation on the amount of substantial achievement which has marked the past year both as regards our foreign and as regards our domestic policy fluid next alludes to the creation of the department of ecsssrcs aid labor saying Tho prrllmlnnry work of the tiurcnii or corporations In tlio department of labor linn shown the wisdom of It creation Publicity In TOrpontta affair will tend to do away with Ignorance nnd will afford foci upon which Intrlllgent action maybe taken Tlo corporation which la lion cully and fairly organized hna nothing to fear from aueh supervision The purpono of thli bureau Is not to vmbarraaa or call legitimate bunlneaa but to aid In brlneliiK out a better Industrial condi tlllnu condition under which there shall lie olxdlcnjeo to law nnd recognition of public obligation by loll corporations great or small We rrcognlxe that this Is an era of red cratlon rind combination In which great capitu slip corporations and labor unions have tMcnme fuetorn of tremendous Im portance In ull industrial centers When ever cither corporation labor union or Individual dlnrcgnrdn the law or acts In a pplrlt of arbitrary and tyrannous Inter Terence with the rights of others whether corporations or Indtvldunls then where the federal government has Jurisdiction It will see to It that the misconduct Ii Htopixnt Every man must bo guaranteed hlH liberty and his rlaht to do us ho likes with his properly or hIli labor so long as he does not Infringe the rights of others As to the needs of tho financial sit nation tho president says The Integrity of our currency Is beyond question and under present conditions It would bo unwise and unnecessary to al tempt a reconstruction of our entire moo etary wr tom The same liberty should be granted the secretary of the treasury to deposit customs receipts as Is granted him In the dcpoxlt of receipts from other BOunTs Alluding to American shipping the president writes- I recommend that the congress direct the iKcrelnry of the navy tho post master general and the secretary of com merce and labor annoclnted with such a representation from the senate and house of representative as the congress In Its wisdom may designate to servo as a commission for the purpose of Invstlgat log and reporting to thin congress nt Its next session what legislation Is desirable or necessary for the development of the American merchant marine and AmerI- can commerce Tho president contends that there Is need lo devise some system hy which undesirable Immigrants may bo kept out Ho next refers to the naturalize tlon postal and land frauds and re marks tnt stops have Keen taken by tho state department looking to the making of bribery an extraditable of tense with foreign powers Touching upon tho Alaskan boundary tho presl dent congratulates the country upon favorable award to tho United States Tho reference of certain points of tho Venezuelan controversy to The lIngua tribunal through the Influence of the United States Mr Roosevelt calls a victory for American diplomacy and a triumph for International arbitrationOf possessions the Phil ippines and Porto Rico Jho president asserts It Is gratifying to say that their steady progress has been such as to mako It unnecessary to spend much time In discussing them With respect to tho army It Is re prorarmy and for the more effective use of tho National Guard has been excellent It la recommended also that there should be no cessation In adding to the effective units of the fighting strength of tho navy and that a naval general staff should be established Attention Is called to tho act au thorizing tho president to enter Into treaty with Colombia fur the building of n canal across the Isthmus and tile president says he is enabled to pro sent to tho senate a treaty providing for the building of a waterway across Panama Ho adds that tho route for the canal Is now Irrevocably settled Colombias repudiation of the Hay Hcrran treaty Is dwclUupon at some length the president claiming tho United States government was more than Just In dealing with Colombia President Roosevelt continues When It became evident that the treaty was hopelessly lost the people of Panama rose literally as ono man Not a shot was fired by a single man on tho Isthmus In the Interest of the Colombian govern ment The Colombian troops stationed on the Isthmus who had long been un peoystartedepremises was clear In strict accordance with the principles laid down by Scene tunics Cora and Seward the United States gave notice that It would permit the landing of no expeditionary force the arrival of which would mean chaos and destruction along the line of tho railroad and of tho proposed canal nnd an Inter ruption of transit as an Inevitable consequence Tho de facto government of Panama was recognized Colombia by her persistence In repulsing the advances that have been made has forced us for the sake of our own honor and of the Interest and well butmand of the people of the civilized coun stepstowhich had become Intolerable The new republic of Panama Immediately offered treatytare better safeguarded than In the treaty with Colombia which was rallied by the unto at Its last session TO END KKCKIYKKSIIIP- Pawle Purposes to Piiy All Urgent Claims In lush Chicago Dec 7Tho receivership for ZIon City may bo soon terminated as DowIe has by a clover stroke rf diplomacy established harmony between Zlnn Its receivers and Its cred hors In and out of court Dowlo now proposes to settle with of court He proposes to settle with his Immediate creditors to arrange with others on a reasonable time basis and to end the receivership At a conference between tho attorneys representing tho heaviest creditors and Jacob Newman attorney for tho receivers Dowlo showed tho lawyers a statement setting forth Zions assets and liabilities Ho declared he valued Zions estate at 14000000 above all liabilities Ha exhibited large orders for lace and candy lie said neither laco nor candy factory could supply Us orders lie showed an order for 76 carloads of candy from a Cincinnati firm Ho showed a draft for 50000 from a wealthy well wisher and de dared that ho could draw for 200000 more on one of Zions friends In Wis cons in Disastrous Explosion Dover Del Dec 3An explosion of a tank of naphtha In the middle of a freight train at Greenwood on thq Delaware division of tho Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington railroad caused two deaths the Injuring of a number of persons the wrecking of several buildings and a number of freight cars Tho explosion Is thought to have resulted from spontaneous combustion The burning fluid was scattered In all directions Fifteen cars were wrecked and three were destroyed by firo while several build inns caught fire Two More Admit Guilt Grand Rapids Mich Dec 5Tho latest developments In tho water boodle scandal are the confessions of exAlderman Abraham Hysels and Cory P Dlsscll former mnmbsr of the board of public works that they ac cepted the bribes mentioned by Sals bury In his confession ExAlderman Ghysels also went to Assistant Prose cuting Attorney Wards office and acknowledged that ho accepted an en velope from Salsbury containing 300 Grosvenor Denies Report Washington Dec 7 Representa tive Groavenor chairman of house committee on merchant marine and flbhcrles to which ship subsidy bills will bo referred saId that so far as he was concerned the published re port that a compromise had been effected whereby no ship subsidy bill would be pushed at this session but Ii commission of investigation of the subject created Instead was erro neousOver a Hundred to Be Tried Idaho Springs Colo Dec 7The trial of the 137 citizens and 23 strik ers Involved In the expulsion of the miners from Idaho Springs last sum mer after tho blowing up of the trans for houso at the Sun and Moon mlno began here The miners are charged with conspiracy to blow up the mine and tho citizens with rioting and un lawful expulsion of the miners Made Many Converts Jollot III Dec 7Mrs Maud Dal llngton Booth caused an unusual dem onstration at the prison chapel She secured 150 recruits for her prison volunteer league and spoko so elo quently that the convicts broke the usual Sudny rules and applauded All tho 1300 Inmates except a dozen sick In the hospital and ono man in loll tary heard Mrs Booth- Exporting Tin Charleston S C Dec 3What is said to tho first shipment of tin ore over made from this country to Eu rope Is now at Gaflnoy S C await ing shipment to Liverpool via New York Tho tin deposits are In Cher okee county In three months the owner has mined 20 tons of the ore from which It Is said ho will realize 300 a ton Died Before Playmates Munclo Ind Dec SRussell Ste phenson aged nine while playing In the school yard was bantered to take hold of tho end of a telephone wire which had fallen across an Interurban traction wire Ho did so and was In stantly killed before his playmates Tho teacher Miss Darn was badly in Jured while pulling the boys body from the wire Made Pact to Die Philadelphia Dec 7A deal with death was consummated in Camden when Doll Thompson killed Addlo Hacker and then blow out his brains Tho young woman died without a groan and In her hand was found tho paper In the case tho pact with death Wo wish to dlo together Addlp Hacker Dell Thompson Substitute For Coal Richmond Ind Dec 7James Dennis of this place says ho has discovered a substitute for coal which is cheaper and gives more heat than coal It Is made of dirt and chem clals Ho says It 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OFFER NUMIER TWO TilE CITIZEN and the JOSHER both One Year for the Price of r THE CITIZEN The first number of TUE JOSHED a 16 page monthly jocular journal for jocose jolliers is just out and has scored a decided success The trio of cousins Bruce Kirkpatrick BruceiBarton and Clark Hinman editors and publishers THE JOSUEB i certainly fills a long felt want The subscription price for the school year j is 40cj however by special arrange meats both TUB CITIZEN aud TilE JosnisB can be had for the price of TilE CITIZEN along 100 per year This offer is good only until Jan 1 The lighter and more humorous vein of THE JOSHER finely supplements the more serious and dignified reading matter found in TilE CITIZEN Send 1100 to Jas M Racer Berea Ky at once and get the college jokes as well as the oollege news ii THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publlttcr DEREA KENTUCK Her FavoriteSeat Ziy ELLIOT WALKER COoJlrnPl tjr Pa1I7 Storrrub CoJ w withTII cry of one lost In the deep woods 0111 who has wandered and struggled tor escape until the shadows of night fall relentless and chill to extinguish the last ray ofthtfguljdlng sun and with II 4 hopeI cannot she cried Oh Mr Malnway It Is impossible I can never marry you Never You have been so rood to meso kind I wanted yoi nearI would not let myself think did not believe that sIt has been a dream that I should not have dreamed Of course you cant understand lIer eyes implored his as a dying spaniel gazes for help in the eyes of a master Lawrence Malnway drank In the an gulsh In her look and voice and he did not understand This passionate out burst answering his quiet matterof fact proposal made his heart leap to presently throb with a cold sinking ci confidence There was a finality behind the long glance of adoration the gath ring teardrops the parted quivering Iipsall loving signs which staggered his soul He felt the uselessness of pleading of questioning Was this Corinne who laughed by his side buts moment ago chatting brightly the lender fingers clasping his brown hand as he helped her through the stile The girl so happy and childlike smiling It his own joyful face whllo his brain formed the words he felt she was wait Ing to hear No this was a woman suddenly a woman broken pitiful a new Corlnne but ah so sweet and far away Dear he said gentlyhI think you 3cv me- Love you Malnway caught the tllght figure as it swayed to him KU me once trembled a tenderness that thrilled him like the first mounting ol strong wine Just once myoh only once It had been more than once he remembered as ho stood leaning against the oak tree trying to think connected ly wondering She had left him so quickly after that swift embrace Why had he let her goT Yet he had and with no attempt to follow as the swift feet moved down the road Around the curve an erect graceful whiteclad shape she had disappeared with never a backward glance- I will go home muttered the man and think this over It cant be thatFor the suspicion of love is an alert quality and It might be there was another man After all what did he know of herT Was It for him too a hopeless dream The lawyer walked slowly back by the highway No he would not seek his room in that country hotel Children were paddling In the brook their thouta annoyed him On the piazza stood his landlord coatless and holding forth volubly to a group of village loungers Malnway tramped by in the warm sun across the bridge and on t toward the hills Green fragrant and t restful they called him for the calm of Natures soothing touch and sympa thetic whisper I Hollyvlew He had come to forget J tho office to fishto fIIttrloaf A tired young man a quiet unobtrusive guest reserved and no trouble Only Mr Malnway a lawyer spending a few weeks and not very sociable In the cool of a ledge he stretched his long legs and lit his pipe Corinne he said aloud Corlnnn- It was all very queer about It Could that first day have been two weeks ago A Sundayyesnearly a fortnight Idly rambling through the pastures he tad encountered her sitting upon an old stone wall bareheaded with the c unset on her face a soft and cheerful fighttseemed to him that the radiance c THE ROCKABY CHAIRIO the rock a by chair U a And grandma the crew And she single a nice tong a we start on our trip Though I never have heard It quite through Hut Its all about Inlands and rivers and thing And the treasure and dream peopte there And this It the long that my grand mamma ring In the wonderful rock aL chaIr Oh a beautiful rtr am U the river of Bleep And U how through the kingdom of Nor And tin current Is brood and its channel deepAnd are so tall and so placid IIsweep And U llowa from the footstool of God From the fountains and foctilool of God Theres a marvelous Isle up that river lair geomIndare real ized there And freedom and sorrow and surctaie of c In till beautiful Island of dream lu the misty mid Irland uf dream I0 the facts to fair In that taraway Isle i And the treasurer that never hall Tb tn lire glimpses and IIIc mol the rUltI atlcrwhlle And the touch and the kits and the van ishing rmlle Of Up that have crumbled o dust Of Zips that have alien to lust t And this is lien sons but I dont know the- Best f1 As never have heard It quite all For cuddle down close to my grand mamma breast And my tasllda row heavy and full with which he first saw her clothed had lingered on htr delicate features In roay Illumination until today when she turned so white Had his coming dissi pated It forever She loved him Who spoke first and why lie coald not recollect They had talked a little She was of his kind Strange to run across a refined citybred girl In this lonely hamlet Strange too that they should have spoken Stranger yet his finding her there the next afternoon lien favorite seat she had said She loved it There was a shade of tiny trees behind with lowlying branches sheltering like an arbor Chokeberries with red acrid fruit lie had eaten one at her bidding and she had laughed Was that on Monday or Tuesday The wan groaned His picture on the old stone wall To htt grave It would ever be before him He kail gone every day and every day except that of the storm she was there srnJilng a welcome No one knew It waa after team the sunset at first then at four oclock lately mornings Yes he might call her Corinne Little strollslittle talks axd the days ran blindly by until he suddenly knew and that very morning by the stile under the oak tree the word lia4 been softly uttered with all his heart behind them And lo The end Wat he qulto right In his mind Ahl lit would live It all over again That Will left for his comfort at least Into hit life and out Corinne with her eyes and hair her flower cheeks and grace What was he lying here rorT Oh yi to think it over A second of ecstasy after the shock then a sort of dizziness as he watched her go Where How should he find her lien last name She had never told him What house He did not know They had always parted by the stile Malnway plucked at a fern and crushed It against his mouth It was like her wiry and delicate Ills head nestled back on a cushion of moss tho head that ached so queerly That washer lapyesand the fern her hand What mattered It ho could never find hert Was she not here Corinne with her eyes and hairher lap and soothing hand Over and over again Over and over again The silent song sparrows among the encircling bushes looked wise and hopped nearer How be had slept The sun was Jf ting low What happened Yes yit yes Now he would go right home but first one last look She would not be there but he must bid the seat good HE HAD KNCOlNTKItED liEn Sltv TING fPOX AX OLD STONE WALT by Stumbling the man went down this mountain liDeIU is dreadful but I am so happy now See can you read It Lawrence Dead said Malnway thickly Who was he peering at the letter You are just the same Corinne You called me Lawrence I have been asleep on the mountain Didwas thin morning only a dream You could not be happy you know Head III sobbed the girl I prom Ised my dying father tha I would marry him I couldnt lie wasbut bog gone now killed In his cups Oh conic to dying roses of the west were on her cheeks as she leaned with pleading arms from the beloved perch feedintt on the new thankful light In her lovers eyes He dropped the paper and stepped forward Then his breast shutout the sunset But I know that she sing about Hearsn and God And the angels and everything there An we Journey away to the kingdom of Sod In the wonderful rock a by chair London SundaySchool Times QUEER MATTED FIR TREE North Carolina Una a Great ar- urlUrretup a MMB Cat Walk Upon One of the greatest natural cUt los itles I ever saw Is the matted fir tries of North Carolina said C U Ball ol Raleigh In the Washington Star I have never found a botanist who could explain the phenomena but there Is 4 grove of fir trees on the side of Meant Mitchell which when they attain ho height of eight or ten feet begin to twine their branches and form flattops They grow in this way until the tops are perhaps 20 feet In diameter and these have In some instances com bined with the tops of other like trees and a person can walk for a considerable distance upon these tops They are undoubtedly a species ol fir but wholly unlike tho other fire which are plentiful In that section ex cept In appearance of foliage I have taken several scientists out to lIecI these trees and halo not yet found one who had ever seen or heard of a aim liar growth They occupy an area of only a few acres end are round no where else In the North Carolina mountains Impudence mht be genius Jfslvoe wise direction 0i1jJtl1ctllo ty a Bar to Success By ALFRED T STORY SSHIM Q r m word punctuality Is usually understood and rightly as meaning a careful observance of the exact time of attending appointments or keeping engagements but it has a secondary signification implying a scrupulous and precise attention to as to time is a very important matter in every sphere and department of life but there arc many per sons who while they show great scrupulousness in this par ticular seem to have no idea of punctuality in regard to other matters equally weighty How much this unpunctuality both as regards time and other mat ters as well is a bar to success may be witnessed by any observant mind It docs not figure perhaps as the greatest cause of nonsuccess in life but it is responsible for a very large proportion of failures I knew one man who attributed his nonsuccess in the career he had chosenthat- of a journalistto his having one day missed a train He should have been at a meeting in a neighboring town at a certain time When he arivvcJ half an hour later it was impossible owing to the crowd for him to get near the platform He in consequence obtained but an imperfect note of the procecedings and was obliged to eke it out as best he could His report was all right in the end but his chief heard of his having had to go round begging for fillin notes corrections etc and asked him why he was so unpunctual His answer was that his watch happened to be a few minutes out that day It was and the answer satisfied the editor for the time being but it could not satisfy the man himself because he had noticed that his watch was out the previous evening and neglected to put it right This mananda very able nine he washad simply allowed him self as a youth to get into careless and unpunctual habits and though he often vowed that he would reform and sometimes tried to yet he was never able thoroughlyto take the matter in hand because of this very habit of slide instead of attending to theta promptly and on the spot He would for instance put oil writing an article or a report until almost the last moment then it was necessary to hurry through it and send it down to the composing room unread The result of course was a host of corrections when it was time to go to press One day when a delay of this kind was particularly exasperating the editor remarked with intention Mr Brown your watch always seems to be a few minutes late The end of it all was that Brown was eventually asked to resign and he never got so good a position again That is a good example of what we may call an allround unpunctunl man He is not careful of his points and like a pointsman on the railway he renders himself liable to make terrible and as regards him self not infrequently tragic mistakes by llis negligence He cannot be relied upon for anything at the proper time or in a fitting condition Ho has fallen so completely into the habit of the slipshod man that it is necessary for sonic one to be ala s behind him or very star at hand to make good his failures Of course u person of this extremely forlorn type is soon shot aside if in another employ Mile if in hi own the bottom of the downgrade presently finds him awaiting the iiuvitable close The moral of it all is that it is worth while taking ourselves to task while we arc young and making the most of our opportunities fur devel opment and training It is wqrfh while giving omo time to intellectual pursuits to the cultivation of habits of precision to the encouragement 01 logical methods of thought and to the exercise of exactness of memory The Jezvisb Birthright Worthless By DR EMIL G HIRSCH mN THINGS material curl practical in business honor or position the Jewish birthright is worthless worse than worthless The Jew everywhere is a target for Ignorant and prejudiced discrimination No matter how eminently fitted for office a Jew may be no matter how spotless anti pure hs character no matter how superior he may be to the cheat party tool yet because he is a jew his name is not wen considered for nomination for a desirable political office The people and administration allow many Jews to be constabc it is true If there were any more stmi political dirty jobs more Jews might be made public officials however great a mans personal fitness may be his birth as a Jew disqualifies him before the narrow and prejudiced public The trouble is that the Jewish voters do not slake a united front and Blake the Jew a political power If a Jew is ill and must go to a health resort he usually is not ad mitted into a decent hotel If he possesses a Gentile name and once gets into the house fie either is lied out with the old trick of no rool11or else he is made to pay three prices for a kennel where he cannot sleep The old exclusive and aristocratic spirit which was born into a Jew from his line of ancestors who first evolved the most perfect scheme of religion is gone It is no advantage to be a Jew here or in Europe It is a disadvantage A Jew everywhere is handicapped He must at every turn be forced to bear additional burdens withno additional recom rpcnse Judaism is not a religion essentially ras religion is dependent upon dogma creed reward and punishment Judaism is a life and we inherit the tendency of that life from our parents A Jew unlike the Christian Buddhist or Irahmin pis born not converted To become a Jew one must be horn a Jew for Judaism is an ideal a practice of life inherited from a line of ancestors who ever were before their contemporaries in their conception of religion the moral life and duty To Settle the Labor Problem By JOHN M STAHL Secretary Farmtri National Ccngreii MMIn detailsPunctuality T MAY provoke in some quarters the smile of derision to suggest the ethical element in the relations of employer and employed but that clement nut hove common recognition in any consideration of the matter that will prove of ranch profit Any permanent peaceful and sat isfactory adjustment though almost certainly it willnot be in the name must be in the spirit of Jesus Chrit They that find the true solutions of the problems that confront indus trial peace conferences must be touched by the spirit of the carpcntci of Galilee the greatest teacher in all the ages of the brotherhood of man and labor and capital can be brought into their normal hormoni ous relation onh on the basis of law justice and the golden rule THE TWO GLASSES There aood two KlaMta tilled to the brim On a rich norms table rim to rim Ono wus ruddy and rJ ss blood And one us clear as the ciyiUl flood Slitd the flan of wIno to the paler brotlx r Let Retell tin tales vi the oat f tucti I can tell ol banquet and revel mid mirth And the prouJcil unit grandest uvula tartbITell undrr my touch as though IIlruc Might There Wall king for ruled In might Itoin tin head of kings have torn the crown Prom tht brlRbts of fame I Iavr hurls t nitu Juwu I huh blurted tunny nu honored name hnve taken virtu und given chump have tru itctl ii1ullltr HhaI n taste flint bus mule his future u barren wae Far KitiiUr than any king am I Or tliuu any army viiruUi the sky- I have miide time arm of the driver fal- llndreul the train from the rail have inude m od hit go town at urn end the ahrleks of Die toil were IWlt to in- Tor they raid UUlioliI how great you be l null Mruiiftli wealth Kruluv before you fall For your might ult lluwfr till over all Jlu hot pair lirmhtr laughed the wine Cur you boast of deeds as great as miner KMd thr wotf ga I innito lootOl u kiiK d hlJor inurtlrred lien lint Ian tj cf a Jitart onrr pad- Iy my rrj tal Ural mad 1st i and glad or iklni 1va tutmh ij of liroxs Iu- hhtOl bund Ive cnelJ anduIl raved bow 11Hd thietitk the rai r dthc l Jean flu mtunlHUt IloweW la the rtvtrnud yJInIhrouer- ain Ii4 In ILunhlnp I J dicp J from ib ale otrr faddl bc 1crJru1 had fft ha isor let iuhad ftf 1011 unil pain I tease mad ikr pnrtld nxtilon grow f nUt sea grain I run tell at till pmrrtw wh i r ih tnt TInl xroMmJ ouiib tlourunU lurtuilut will I Iali1 mmiMiMl Jrbaand That l1red IIpalo4llod IfII ehrq jrp MtnelbtiI naJl a ibt hall vi wan nut u ILsksddtloe apeirp tre AndnU arvfeucri r lew hag ne 11M air iha Uc itd Lehi ultr- 1in glean of hie und lr14u Apr Ac Ihpit lgrte r bred to the brim On the rich moans tall rlqi le rim National Advocate IN PLAIN FIGURES Ito Htr lliiuurrrnlllr Ilab talurrlnt Mm ul Itrlr UlHliirul rulu In 100 work tif boot nrllIiura 2071 h labor In 100 worth of iirnllitro J2177 Is Itlmr In JUKI worth or hardware I2 417 laborIn 100 worth tf clothing 1712 Is labor In SIM worth of cotton goods J1CSI Is laborIn 100 of Incas furnishings 11834 It laborIn 100 worth of wooslcil 1360 s laborIn 100 worth of woolen goods 12iO Is labor In 100 worth of liquor you hny12a- Is labor Ono dollar and twentythrte reels on ngaliiBl 12SC 1355 1831 ICil 1742 2071 2377 2517 What nn mject Itf eon In time above goods In each 500 lot In 14773 labor employed For one year 30 cots a day fordrinks will make 109r0 Call It 100 It right laboring men spend 800 for furniture hardware boots and shoes clothliiKand other nood things they and their families are made happy but 14743 goes to labor Thus badntrs itlmiilatcd labor Is In demand and wages are llktly torilleIt 800 Is spent In time saloon only 984 for labor The man and his family get no benefit lie U made weak er for his work lie lx Ices plrataut aril affable in hta tinier Comforln are rot there Wife Is not cheerful Children io net love the home He more Ilktlv to lose bin job ICvtrj tiling against LlmSuppose 100 laborhiK well In town spending 30 cents n day In saloons cult the saloons tied spend the money fill clothing houses fiinilliiro and good things how quickly would he town trait onn new face New stores ntid new factories would be ntc d Tin tnloon Is tho greatest paupcrlzer Close It and at by an electric touch tho jxor liouc tculd close alto National Advocate tn hupnslble 1atc- A brewer yet a member Of a Chrlslan chircli who with mlBtokcn liliUnt persuaded i fellow member a wlilow to tnle far e of a saloon for n living At the Jill of a year the returned the hey saying Well air yon rosy bo able o be a Chrlctlan and hae a brew but I cannot be a Christian and kelp a gaoouNational Advotate WHISKY DID IT ALL Drlak Urine a ogee Floa Lsrreie UliKrarrfnl Ilenlk cm the Uallovu At Uutler Mo they led Dr J L Gartrell out on the scaffold Around him were Memfaced men rosily to perform tn awful duty On tine trap stool an old mOil Ills hair was iibowy hU beard was long and white lie had lived two years beyond the span of life allotted to man Think of pasting 72Ayears In this good world and then with wI- n sight of the graveyard to Atel the clutch of law at ones neck and t e hanged Ones he was a famous lawyer He hall held crowds spellbound by his great eloquence People used to say Great man that OartrHI Le can anything do anything Hu was elected a counly Judge Then ho was sent to the Texas senate tort tertiin lie was a man of affairs i highly educated keen Intelligent He loved just as other men dodid this hangmans victim Eight children w rw born to hit and there was riot a hap pier family In the wert It doesnt l m- IIIJible that a human being would de liberately till over tho magnlflant structure that had taken llm but KUIof his life to rear Dr Gartrell Did That Very He trailed Iris good naniH In time KillIter he disgraced his LOOP and dauxb era ho dlnalpaled his fortune ho be ciimn little better than a tramp and explanation of his awful fall Is th4IIn four words He Decanie a Drunkard TJje old man nerd on time trap The rays of tho morning stun crept Into the jail urn and touched his wrinkled rues Rinl tluiatht forthead HP didnt 1o1k- like a murderer or n bad nibn You would iilmot till Moll mmpect your cart r fattier of a crime IM that patriarch of murdering a friend fur a few paltry dollars Yet lit did It Listen He In vp Klnp lie t toll illK the whiteraw rrtmil uf the full f i nnd the last words that pass till are lipWWhisky Did II All Tim trap Is sprung and J U patriarch III shun tutu eta Gartrnrltional Advocate CHURCH TO CASH PAY CHECKS scull eblrau IrlrlII h to 1ltp t ttniiitiil frttitt nluuukprpera aaJ r baI Iruiuiili TriHirni r A plan by which UK rabert of tilt iri b who art unplojuM uf time Illinois SU company m South Chicago Ill mat have tbflr Is eli ri s rathcd by tie fro ot rurk idle tad ot by ea- Itlaakeeprm I1alas icinifa by the lit l iihfr Iranel M oJtIIrwlcl of Ciiurvh o be Immaculate ItlRhtyrtglitli sleet and GOI1CIIJtIjavenue Arcvuluml lit lilt MlGOBlififpir uf Htwlh Chicago hat 810tlOI Kly In taMr iberhoclBiixl 1Iison rarer the tb r r to spend n4 bli wapue with tb1t They alto Ai rrrtftt In the IsUKr earl on each dal Itl flu IHjtior deahr who ham the flr r IU HW to rrnhe a port d tvv CHrHIC Mindrwl unpin H of mhe Mtei mills an number nf Kati r Wojlaliwli parity It occurred to lap mold the print that It would bO practicable to HM the 18000 that we at present huvc In time hank In cashing lb e1 cheeks and care the laborer from b log undir obligation to the saltonlwr er As flKun It there U ubout SOjIu spent annually In MIOOIK by thf la 10011111 my doe ire to reduce thc uraoiint onehalf by the cashing of Ju ehecls with our ilrirch funds NOTES AUIELD Oscar II IIIIK of StiOdHi and Nor way lire acceded to a petition of tie ttmperanre Hubjfcls to discontinue the christening of battle kips with wine Tho director general of See IIh state railways hiss ordered a free supply of hot mlllt al the railway stations to tho engine nun arid conductors or guardsIn years under high lIen e Use city of lloaton Increased Its net debtednellsrfrotll J87WKiOOll to 120 sinking fund Imreaa d only about IC000000 In 1otUvllle Iu a town of 1GOOO Inhabitants 1yraUr tichuylklll county recently 30 were found selling adulterated wines State officer Dr Warren of limo purr food commission promises proHecutlonM soon A temperance Institute linn lieen built at Darlington at u cost of XtOO i the earl of Carlisle opening It on Sep ember 21 U udmlts abstainers nod inn abatslnera at jerjiiuum nnd U devoted to education pastime end grin eral tempcrancu purposes In Switzerland the police sire n inlred to arrest every person showing tho MlKhtest slKiis of Intoxication Al colic Is sold by n government monop oly nnd earl canton Is required lo Mxnd ton tier cent of the rtcelptsof this source on hospitals and other iteniIca for comlmtlns the evil Mild Mnriililnr lu llrilfr lrtlni diner bring hnpplly married IGytar teM lrlnicau of 1arlr noticed a curious ehunge In his wife who mined to In come Indifferent to everything lu watched her end found she wciuicrr phomanlnc acd that M Ueiujoux n neighboring chcinlst was tiipijmil her with the drug ulUuJiit a prtrcrJpllor M Irlmcaux pro fcutcd M tiauoA und the Iollee court mulcted tlierhiirl In fines of 100 francs f20 and Cjvr franca 1000 holding that suppJyir the drug without n prucrh Ion win J criminal offense ICrrp luny free Ai uiut r1Ialcohol In Every form That way ItLII drank sa 41 n TO K EBP MILK COOL Kw Cea In Teiau IIsat tan HI Yard I llunIldtantaac In llhrr grtlnN its a Iilan whereby milk may be frettaq Krfjiinrt oroa floor foot apxrluiul up pofltc and on a parallel lino feet way lot two other polffrt be placed IIN4 Till llllU COOU tKFUtah trouFluA1 foul below troughs make a shell n on which pinto pulls or jar holding milk Let cloths that read Cy adsorb water In wrapped Hbout the itI conlaltilnRthp milk Thr and of the cloths carried up and sad In the troughs U the troughii am Upi lull rf ante the cvnporolUin of water from the cloths will licrp the milt rant Thli shoo be profpctfd from snwillJu- kaaofl In 11101ll PURWYING THE CREAM T llrmoir lh elder if tilt Onlnn sad littler 11 red I Apse den IJtltrftll tits last thrw feAr routld Iiral effoit lino liwn trade to find n nipaus by which the odor and bate or nnd blller weed may he I1nlored from milk and ueain saa pxperlmenl ulnilon In Hit sprlni of KH1 Ihr Kilinr wu rr esdllv11111dtfon absolute triton Cooking soda alr ales was alro Item a like trial but fatted of silo puriNwA ilnlmrd for It by some people HKVIMK fnllpd 10 tar to find inyililui that when In the wg would remove weedy lasiH In thti milk tho writ Ntcp wu rut tw the milk and neon Hitter weed ui was removrd pnlln ly from rrt sm Iv thoroughly mlxliiK It with two or tnoro parts lIt water at any tempera ture fcbovo 70 dSra Knlironhrll and then running the whole through the IIlflAr lor Ssltpeier illfMilvcd In wa ter was tried as nn Rid In removing the blttcrner but an good rMultt wor neeurcd without It u with IL llxpldlr and slowly henlng mill anti cream to relmorlwiuhed ernim nn nlioxel was pro untncd free of aH tiltlcuirax by the 2 Ai station customers No means were r found to remove ih bltlpr weed t MIIj fm whole mutts In Use wing of l iHlIk end creaii were troatpd for the lid union flavor the SHIIIP as In the trrvlous year for the bller weed Ult WIlY SPRAYING PAYS Ilse tot tnirrllilitpi unit 1xuatrltr- Mnde Ahanlarlyrrrnryr by MnrtPrn Ianilllliiii Tfe cinker worm the tent caterpillar eat rollers and other native lent eating innctft find Instead ot an occasional wild henry tree wild crabapple or wild plum whole acres of unproved varieties of tRlllllrrrIfeeding Inserts find hundreds and tlioti sands of acres of grassy yilants more tender nnd July tlua tho natural grasses la It any wonder that native In eerta before confined to n loss number I ot Iras fruitful trlllI with nn occasional year that permitted almost no fruit at nil to grow thus almost exterminating there should under mli favorable con ditions an ore offered liy our present system of fruit vegetable nnd grain cut ture thrive and Inrtcarr In numbers fir beyond what they would under Icjg nrllflclal find less tt ornblo nurrouud InK Ic first create an cuvlronmi nt unnatural and vastly store favorable than tho original for the development of insect cnemle of our crops and brlrp I about tho very condltloitH Iliad In a ntnto of nature these InKcctc prevent nnd then wonder why It Is that they do the most natural things In the world for them to Inred and breed Thus trio rpuiylng of plants with insecticides nnd fungi cldo becomes Imperative to nounleract no far as possible Ho ndverto effect of tlip present conditions Agrlrulltiral ICpltofnlst Itrfil Tempera lire hI r Appln Kxperlmcnts have proved that a lower temperature than al first ustd by rom larclal houres the more desirable for y4r apples The temperature most sat islac tory Ii 33 degrees and In our experiment wall the temperature we tried to Keep Lowering the temperature does not atop all changes going on In the apple lint simply delays them Fruit cnnm 1m kept Indefinitely at 32 dtgrccii free IIIR without flay changes There are ttitralcal changes going on which result In what we call ovcrrlpencsi incallncin and loss of flavor This change Is Inde pendent of decay and Is hindered byjow umpcraliire and liaMrnod by high Iowa Experiment Station Feel clianpnl suddenly lit liable to wutt a falllni oft In will PIECE ROOT GRAFTING nl Hy Ktriii of Prnpnimtlnn to Lae IppleIrerIn She 1lnrlliweal ern lIIII A fw years ago hero win much noise made by some nurcrvn cn regarding the superiority of bedded anti whole root graded trees over those propagat ed by tho piecc raIL graft ILia now Kcntrrlly conctdod that the pieceroot graft slvrs tho better results as a rule WeMpy Orcene of the tows Horticul oral society rays The wholeroot grafted and budded tars may hI considered of ajxilit equal hirdincMii InlIiTH Ante The root yc tern otc budded and bolemlllranl- 11 tree h entirety that of the stock on which the variety is worked There may lie a few Instance where roots are fnnnrit above the point of union when trees arc transplanted dreg while yoiirK but such would be an exception and not the general cxpeilencc of the growers planting them If the Iocc- lItll was an hardy an the variety worked on It there would be no ohJec lien to such trees when the other re quirements of the roots were equal to the demand of the variety worked on It Unfortunately however many of the t cdllng itocks arc not hardy and that fs the rrnfon why budded or whole root grafted Irtli arc IIOltole lrahlalo plant In this Mate us treo grown on their own roots or roots of equal hardl nest The nuperlorliy claimed for trees crown from the pieceroot gratis is that the rfelon when planted deep forms roots and In time tho tree Is on Its own root The piece of root elm ply nerves to keep the scion allvn until U ran form roots of Its own All clons do rot form roots readily and Isle length nf scion and root used varies nil writ as the dfrpth at which they lire planted o three M con I0 radio variability ns to the extent to i plectrool grafted trees are on their own roots However the ronK iinis of opinion Is that the- pleettoot kyutem of prupaRntlon Is the- but to UM fur npplo trees to plant in the northwest ROAD MAKING HINT lint In le llnnuli tlntrrUI blurt a lnrur tIMil Minir In ItNun able tdtenlur The only way to UK rough malerlHl n arc its Held Xtono In mud grading In make lang conllnuouM ratiAeway In bottom of the grade brlnKlns or fill110 the stone foundation up to a uni level on lop by placing the largo lineIholfn and low places using nil of the small otios on top leveling tip to an average depth of about one foot thick and ten fret wide writes A J Sager In the llmax Mich Corral Tile ob jpirt In assorting nail placing the stow whh tho small mine on top Is to give the grade n uniform even solace to blla1IIIIIIIIinr earthIIIverrut to be formed tarrying the load urIhtanl tho surfarn will IK uneven the ImpullibleIivet seanon Htonei are placed on lUll the atone ffrala they will keep the earth cover tram strong lnlo the voids between be large tonr In lie iiillnni thus forts lag n sood tiiHitlral dralnagn for tie earth lover before fury ditches are thato for the now roJd geode The earth cover for the stone grails uliouM be hauled from the Lanka of high land using gravel mixed wdh a little clay or clay lurdpan not using the black loam Rods or other rough stir face material at hand because It Is more convenient Pine panic care should bo used III selecting Ito material to cover th center of n permanent atone causeway as In permanent earth road construction PULVERIZER FOR TURF Its Work In TlmroiiBli nt All Time Alllinimli II Cnii lip Jlnile at Illllp iirimr The ncrompanylng illustration shows a very good nail a cheap way of pulveriz lag turfy laud It represents nn oidl ITUJo IULV13111GFIt nary AA harrow pulled front the rear end U docs better work to put three horecs to It and weight heavily It any ot our readers try this they will be agree ably surprised as It Is one of the most needed and convenient Implements used on tho farm and Its work Is thorough nt all times especially on land as abov- edescribedS M Illlllngsty In Epltoin Ul Green sorghum will temporarily increase tho flow of milk The cows like It Hut It should be fed with care aa overfeed may Provo fatal THE SUNDAY SCHOO- LLanll In the Intrrnatlofinl ftftrlvi fur Drrrmlinr IS IDOIl Tlir UrtU- Irntloii of the Trmptr TIIK JKHHON TKXT t ICings JM 83 en L Then Holomou niicrnblct till rlIOf Inrnet and all Iht bead of lilt lrll f the chief of the fattier of the chl drrn of lintel unto Kline Holomou In JrulIemIHut they might brlnK up the covtnnnt of the 6rd out of the city of Dul Id which Is lImt i And alt the men of Israel ruimbitd Ihcmielve unto JISolomon nt the hJtIIn the month Uthanlm which is the uev smith mouth a And all the elders of Israel camp ItullI the i r1eit took up tits ark And they brought up tile ark of the Lord nod the tabernacle of tls cousreitv lion and nil the holy veiucLi that wrreIn the tabirnacl even ttoia did the priests and the Levltta brluv up 5 And Klna rjijlomou Rile all the con i citation of Israel that word tuaembltd unto him were with him before the ark aacrlllclnc cheep and oxen that could not Li tuld nor numbered for multitude 1 Ami the priests brought In tie ark of the covenant of tho Lord unto liU pluct Into the crude of tht house to the moat holy place even under the wings of the clurublmi 7 Ior the clcrnblmi spread forth their two wings over the plaice of the ark and the cherubim covered the urk and tile stints thereof above I And they drew out the itMVK that lh ends of the atuvta were seen out In the holy Place cfor the oracle and they were not sent without mud there they are unto this Juy- There was nothing In the ark nave the two InblfiinC stone which MOCK put thU- at llonh where the Iord nind a cove nant with the children of Greet when they tame out of tlic land ofKiypt 10 And It rum Pies when the prlcee Here conic out of the holy plsee tint irt cloud tilled the Louse of thu lor1 So that the prieals couM not ttinvl to minister bttnuia of the Mcml for the glory of the Loud had third ihv tour nt the Lord Ci And the Inng and all 151111 with him offered racrlflce before the Lord G Anil Solomon offHell it uciirj peace uflcrlnj which he ofhrtti ino h Jord two slid twenty thaiiruixl ovn und an hundred and twerp thotiNiul rnep Ho the kliiir and all the children of lirar tiedlcntfd th house of tho Lord illli TiTl ens alnit slier- Ihey until unto me Let ui Into lh bounr of hit irit5 lirJM OKTMNK UP SOnilTlHK HKrTION- rniMtnulon for IltilidliiN the Temple KlrKH inscription of the Tl mpl Kingad The Iedtenllouerenontt1 KliiK it The Kins Art dre and Truyer Kins S1t XOTUH AI D IOMMKNTH I Kings When In his fourth year Solomon began to htillil the temple he found that the preparations of David had made iho work very much lighter than It would otherwise have been ImmenRe nuantltien of cold anti liver and brass and iron lied been stored away Just how greet tbtse quantities were and how much they were worth In our money we have no way of knowing for the numbers ell peclally In the Honks of Chronicles seen to be greatly exaggerated ow tug perhaps to the confusion arising tom the use of Utters of the Hebrew alphabet for numt era Cha 6 7 In these chapters Iv given an InteredtliiR and detailed dt crlptlon of this most miKnlllceit building The cubit was about 18 Inches As we saw lu Ieison IX tho site of the temple was the threshing floor of Oman just outside the city The temple walls were of lingo blocks of hewn stone IIke the tabetnacle the sanctuary consisted of two cham herd the Holy plc HI cubits long by 20 broad and lhl Holy of Holies which formed a perfect cube of 20 cubits Abutting upon the out er wnlls of the temple were built chambers rising In three stories for the use of the priests and other officials The jilaro of worship nAslgntd to the pen plo was the large titer court contain lag a brazen sea or lever Intended for the ceremonial ablutions of the priests and doubtless also though It Is not exprcttfty mentioned the great brazen altar of burnt offering Otlley For more details of tlio temple see any Good lllblc dictionary Ch 8MI Solomon assembled the elders of Israel etc Solomon believed In tho Impressiveness of great pageants The dedication ceremonies covered an entire week and were Im medlalely followed by the regular Feast of Tabernacles To bring up tho ark Which David had established temporarily on Zlou the City of David one of the two principal hills of Jerusalem And the tent of meeting Tho old tabernacle dating from the days of Noses It bad been standing of late nt Glbeon but was now brought to be preserved ta n sa cred relic In the new temple The holy vessels Tlo candlestick table for showbrcad altar of Incense the brazen serpent anl perhaps the great brazen altar Before the ark sacrificing The whole ceremonial was re ligious and the most imnresslve part of It to the people wns the sacrificing It expressed their gratitude and praise but also their confession of sin and their faith that Jehovah might be ap protchcd In Il nltncoanel would glad ly pardon the Min The animals sacrl tired provided food for the Imraenso crowdH that thrcngetl Uje lty Trim oracle II Jktter the most Italy price Vs 12CC After tho priests hall plhcd the ark In the most holy place limo singers 2 Citron S11 burst forth with what hRS been called the national anthem of the Hebrews For Ho is good for Ills lovingkindness endureth for ever liar unit TliUtln The heathen have no monopoly on Vain repetitions Character is the only permanent cap- Ital in business Perfection Is a glorious prospect but a sad boast Tho fruit that trill keep for eterni ty does hot ripen in a moment The Influence of a nation depends on the nflliunco of its manhood A nvxna religion in the shop Is worth twice hit religion In the church God will not give you power until you 1m vo Sutra puipoa t to hitch It to Moms Hoiru IrHAZ NARROW ESCAPE lid for the Clever alrategr of CIt1 OITrrr llt Mlitlit llnvr ItrfM Cnplurril Knrmln It Is not believed that the Mexican government will take any steps against A K Con y former consul of Mexico at San KranclKco who recently left his post under something of a cloud That Is a consequence of the old relations between President Dlaa and Coney A K Coney Was first mete oftheililp that took Dlar from New Urlttns to Vera Cruz Just before he began thorev olutlon which save him the power which he now holds During the trip Conyl- urtl Diaz became very friendly Dill was dressed like one of the crew so aIto conceal his Identity When Vera Cruz was reached the authorities searched the vessel in quest of Diaz who would very likely Jove been caught If It had not been for the pres care of mind of the first mite Coney ordered him to work at shifting caro and al a critical moment when Diaz awkward movements were beginning to attract the attention of the omcers he In great apparent disgust discharged him and ordered him off time ship So perfect was the play that the olll cent were completely deceived and DlazIwas not in the least molested when Ka went ashore One of the lint official acts of President flax was to appoint Coney consul at San Francisco BAD RECORD WITH AN AUTO IarlnlNn for KIIU or Mulm- iIK satins In a short lint Wild Hide George Perrlcot made a record In Paris recently In a short trip In its masters automobile He went to Mona trend n suburb of Parts buying much alcohol on time way though ho was running a petroleum machine First he ran over and nearly killed Jules Dorler nt Place de Marche Mon treull Fifty yards farther he ran over a child of seven years Ileturnlng to Paris at tho fortifications lie smashed n fruit peddlers cart nearly killing the owner Sweeping down Boulevard Vol taire at a 50mile pace he struck the carriage of M La Diane at Rue du Rendezvous wrrcHng It and fracturing the coachmans skull He didnt stop nod 600 yards farther knocked down Mrs Condor breaking a thigh Then the automobile swerved rind tried to climb a tree on the boulevard throwing out and injuring the drivers four guests The police took Perrlcot to the station in a cab HEALTH MEDALS FOR DOGS Ken nrorm Era d hT larl Mtlra Hoard nf Huilcnc to nlmlnlik rnnaer of 111drlhnJlla- I Dolts In Paris will hereafter oe obliged to wear health medals The beard of hygiene nf the Paris medical academy has advised the municipal authorities to adopt this measure In connection with the dog tax It will hens certificate that time dog was examined le healthy and has an owner sr will distinguish such doss from vafinboLd cure and diminish the danger of hydrophobia A imllarmess ure is already enforred In the suburban towns of St Deals Ainttrei and Su Tee ass cAt a Tetwl aldeRiidydnl Klplfncilaht poems are not up to form It Is hard remarks the St Louis C1obe Democrat for cn English man to get any tuneful music out of the South African ware nllfr1 IaueMissouri Is furnishing estimates of the amount of her corn crop in btuheln and Kentucky lays the WachlrRton 1cst ii figuring on how many quarts It wll wake MARKET REPORT Cincinnati ice CATTLK Common 2 Ort Gf So Heavy steers 1311 t 40 CALVESExtra 6 r0 ft 0 75 HOGS Ch packer I 55 Cf 05 Mixed packers 4 81 G 4 13 Mixed packers 4 45 if1 65 1 AMHS Kxtrn 5 50 Ii 5 00 FLOIJIl SprhiR pat t 50 195- WliFATN 2 red Cf Nu 3 winter fl SC CORN1 No 2 mixed f IG OATSNO 2 mixcii a 3- 8ItlFNo2 Qr 6- 0IIAVCh timothy i 13 00 1OHK Clear fatally 013 1AHD Steam Gt IHTTKU Ch dairy f S 12 Cholro creamery fit APILISFnncy 275 tip 3 00 POT TOI SPer bbl 2 25 Ii 2 35 TOIJACCO Now 3 50 Gf 0 00 Old C J565 Chicago nOUU Winter pat 4 00 m 4 20 WHKATNO 2 red sti0 sc i No 3 sprliig SO ft 82 CORN No 2 mixed G I27 OATS No 2 mixed qt 35 UVE No 2 OIK PORK MC8H II 3T slt 55 JAUU Stcani 521jG1 0 55 New York KI OUR Win 8frtn 3 95 6 1- 01VIiEA9No 2 red 89T CORN No 2 mlxiil j 50 it OATS No 2 mixed tr IOI II VK Western C3y- CTIOPORK Family 25 IARD Sloam Q 7 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 roll tj 87 COliNNo2 mixed 6J 4- 11OATSNo2 mixed 39j CATTIH Steers 4 25 p 4 75 11O5S Western 4 75 5 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 8e CORN No 2 mixed 0 47 OATS No 2 mixed ft 39 PORK Mess Gp12 00 LARD Steam 676 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 6V 8fi CORN No 2 mixed G7 42 OATS No 2 mixed p 351 u Berea College 1866 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 100 Students frem 2f Stats Lasl College Library In Knteky MO SALOONS ti Applied lseteneeTwo Count with frieultui for young eaDdOomUcScltnceCQrJounrLd innXolr f Certificate State Certificate tad State Diploma 11 Academr Coarse Four jest Iktiog for College for buiineu aid for 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tai alit COatTLBTK MtlM Tt Tn anroT OF Tn man f llilttPrfatellaDvtsltyd t Putpalt X X L l LiI Mel Corn Etc Our will be hard to OF Whites Station Ky I ONE 13 CUOOL lint de7 of term College Acad4 Bcfe Modi Ltu Norm Normal Schools A Gram 160 ISO 451 eo opll1 Fee 74 21 a 23 okspcr estimated 123 713 123 23 Total Bxpenwi 9 803 800 400 For piano sod other extras are Special Expenses eow LIVING EXPBNSESBMM die fa IITBM tj month Roomiest ty term Board room fun and lUhli Kl for fill and iprliif tlTSa week 821 for winter term I3CO week Itoird In the Tlllrgeallotred In price according to accnrcmo datloni futnlthcd Adding these hiring ezpeniei to school u pent we and To be paid the ant In Collegiate rjOIO Academy and Latin Normal 1110 Applied Silence Normal tad A Grammtrf 17U1 M del Schools 1820 In winter J18 wore for each No student can be received who tails to make toll adrinc pay meat Tout Ordinary Bxpenies for Weeks are teen to be In CollrcUte 530 Academy and Ijtln orma119 Applied Science Normal and Model School L3 In winter three dollars wore for each StudenU p ylng board and room rent In full for term at tho beginning receive discount ot nfjcent Stuilenti duly excui l before the end of a term receive back an equitable portion of the money they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Voot or Special Theory 21 letsont or per Clau work In harmony soo Vie of Ilano or I hr a day J Uicof organ U aoo Rent of Music per term M Chemical matttlal 100 1M PriceD j te ItB Blkl- tririlikc4 Rita Fated for lOetf ldlltleul Price only 85 ctf THE BEREA KENTUCKY Madison County Roller Mills IeDNutsI Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Ship Stuffs Crushed GOLD DUST Roller Floor t PRiDE MADISON is another Excellent Flour sDl4IIIId Potts Duerson t II I t NECESSARY EXPENDITURES- FOR TERM Weeks EXIEN9Eddu tneldeclalFee stenography x approve- dptaeerarksin dajrluclullngthetldepoill Deptrtmeut Department AOitmmtrJT a a fJOJDrtStenography i Typewriter a Lebcutoryaccordingto tbysialandMicroecoptat labontorlei JOExaminationGraduation Eaelibdgreowtutdiplomato The Citizen Founded e240iabout DDRESS SI15 N7- Putap TbtPtkliita CITIZEN beatI IXPERIENCt SO YEARS TRADe MAMIt COv11GHrs DESIGNS Aal Anyone trading a ikMrb and dttcMpunn mat letly rteln onr upUilon r aa tuition I rrnbablf p e CnmniDnle tlouutrlet rmnadentat Uaudtnokonlaun4- ant PaUnu trea noofc wthEtnoaartsuilalb Co rolr Sclcnflf Htnericatf A handiomalf tllaitraUd orestart 1oilulon ot uir irtnUBo earl foot mont rt Ofn nne0 i 8 NeW tarysIOaa wLWa Slastoa t SLOUISVILLE I NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tlw TabU In Eflact May U 1MB flaloB North Trnln 4 Dally Leave liken 820 Ii tai t Arrive Richmond 8 2a m Arrive Paris B05a ra Arrive Cincinnati 7 0n m I Onlnc North Train e Italtf Leave Beroa 12 Mi p rn Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Iaris 8 18 p miArrive Cincinnati ti00 p m Hnoth Train I Daillf Leavellerea J 11 p m Arrive Livmgt too205 p n doing Until Train llf Leave 8er aII24p m j Arrive Livingeton12 80 am 1tiectlothe South with No 24 anti No 27 W H ROWER Ticket Agent l from now until January 1905 with picture and special numbers 1 1j PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT I B iSYOXD a doubt the strongest mail In British politics Uxlny Is Joseph Chamberlain phi In private citizen He knows his own mind and speaks It plainly Hu tins hosts of friends and admirers nud legions of enemies and detractors lie endeavors to do what he thinks should he done for the good of the empire re gardless of what others may believe and he seems to be alike Indifferent to cheers and hisses Ills popularity va ries like the mercury In the thermom eter rising to great heights at times and sinking to zero depths nt others Before and during the Boer war which his policy caused he was execrated hissed and hated When the Boers were whipped and their territory added to that of Great Britain the populace cheered until their throats were raw whenever he appear ed In public lIe has been conspicuous In nqnrly every party In British politics and has at different periods of his career JOSEPH CHAMUEn LAIN blown hot and then blown cold on the same public questions nnd yet he ranks today ns the most forceful personality in the empire Ills ambition Is to be premier nhd that ambition would have been realized by this time If A J Balfour had not been Lord Sal isburys nephew Old age and Illness compelled Salisbury to relinquish the premiership but be managed to keep It lu the family Joseph Chamberlain has deserted Balfour as he deserted Gladstone and while he loudly ills claims any desire to succeed the for mer be knows very well that It his present pose ns trade savior of the em pure finds favor In the public mind the premiership will be his In advocat lug a qualified protective policy for free trade England he declares that un less Great Britain does away with an tiquated trade methods and tactics the empire like the famous old campanile in Venice will fall in ruins Organized labor will have a powerful antagonist In the new national or ganization of employers associations which has Just been temporarily form ed In Chicago tinder the leadership of David McLean Parry president of the National Manufacturers association The avowed purpose of the new as sociation is to cope with union labor toil promote the Interests of employers nnd Independent workmen It will not adopt peaceful methods but proposes to have a defense fund of 1500000 ready to fight or ganized event becomes hos tile new ization to act arbitration the existing statutes nndDpreach the doctrine that public opinion can bring to an end labors so called tyranny t A meeting to perfect permanent or ganization will be held In Chicago month the olllecrs of ovcrOOO t employers organizations representing several billions of capital are expected to I Parry the prime mover of the new organization is president of the Parry Manufacturing company of Indianapolis which employs 2000 men lIe is n of Pennsylvania is llftyonc years of age Mr Parry says it Is the Intention of the new associa to choke off the Inclination of or ganized to conduct the business of country on an unlawful basis to throw a safeguard about the nonunion workman and the man who desires to work for his own Interests for whom he pleases dowager Duchess of Roxburgbc who is coming to country to at tend the wedding of her son the Duke of Hoxburgbc to May Wilson Goolet of New York was for many I years In personal attendance upon the Queen Victoria in whose household she figured ns a lady or the bedchamber The duchess usually dresses In mourning still retains many traces other former re markable beau ty JIIllofamily In Miss Goclet Is to marry the du 14cal house of Itoxburgheprides that In all tho long course of succession since labor when The organ will oppose every effort en laws when will serve late this and native and tion labor this and and The this Miss late and DOWAGER DUCHESS OF HOxnunaiiE Its foundation the Inheritance never went to n women that none of them ever married nn wife and that no friend ever suffered from their debts By birth the dowager duchess Is a member of the ducal house of Marlborough and a sister of the late Lord llnndolph Churchill She has five sis ters tour of whom married lords while the youngest merely wedded a commoner Captain Wilson son of an Australian millionaire squatter Yet It is the youngest who ranks above all THE CITIZEN tier sisters except the widowed Duchess of Itoxburghe Mr whereas the daughter of n duke retains her prtwd Ilico ns such when she weds a com moner yet If she weds a member of the lower ranks of the peerage she loses her status as n dukes daughter and has to content herself with that of her husband The dowager Duchess of Iloxburghe will be accompanied to this country by her two daughters Ladles Isabel nod Evelyn IniiesKer After the mar riage of her son the dowager duchess will reside nt BroMiiouth Park Floors castle becoming the residence of the new duchess Harvey Writterson son of the well known Kentucky editor has been selected as the Democratic candidate for the legislature In the Twentyfirst leg islative district of New York city nnd will hn fathers oratoryIIn his first cam paign for polit ical honors The elder Wnttcrson has announced that he will de liver n number of speeches In Sew York in the interest of his son anti In cidentally sup port Tammany Hall In Its fight for control of HARVEY WATTEnSOX the great municipality now governed by the fusionists headed by Seth Low formerly president of Columbia uni versity Young Wntterson Is twentyfour years old and was graduated from Columbia Law school last year He Is now pros tieIng law In New York and the resent Is his first effort to Invade the field of politics The district In which ho lies been nominated Is normally safe for the llopubllcnns by a large majority so if the son of the great editor wins It will be n great victory He served In the SpanishAmerican war ns n private In time First Kentucky volunteer Infantry and for n time was stationed In Porto JUcoI Miss Cannon daughter of Congress men Joseph G Cannon of Illinois who will be the speaker of the Fiftyeighth congress Is a handsome mid accom plished young woman who will find her hands full as head of the household of so Important n per ten sonage ns tho speak er of the house of the tnlted Stntes Since the death of fcer mother several years ago Miss Can non has been lie mistress her fa timers household and the fact that Mr Cannon is essential MISS CANNON iy a mans limb will not make lighter Miss Cannons social responsibilities for the hostess who dispenses hospitality at the speak ers homo is n social factor who ranks not fur behind the mistress of the White House Miss Camion is a woman of great tact and chum of manner and has In herited many of the characteristics of her mother who as Mary Reed caused young Cannon many nn uneasy hour ere be won tier for his wife owing to the fact that her brother was a mandate for the position of Justice of the PlO e to which Mr Cannon also as pired After Cannon won In both lore nnd politics however the two men be came warm friends Miss Camion long residence in the national capital and her familiarity with the social life of Washington Insure her complete suc cess in the management the speak ers social amenities Charles M Schwab formerly presi dent of the United States Steel corpo ration amid later Identified with the shipbuilding trust Is Just now In the public eye because of recent disclosures in connection with the sensational fail ure of the attempt to float the latter of the rise of Charles M Schwab reads like a romance lie was working lu n grocery store in Brad dock when one day In 1SS1 CaptainJ- ones one of Mr Carnegies leu ants happened in He was waited on by young Schwab otlconersatloll ed a desire for cm reprcoentntlvesof of of corporationThe ployment In the steel works What do you c M SCHWAB want to be asked Captain Jones I want to be n civil engineer replied Schwab Are you sure you have the qualifications Inquired the captain I am sure of It was the reply Very well Can you drive stakes for n dollar n day- I can drive anything said the lad and will work for anything I get Thus It came about that after six months service In the grocery store he was taken Into the employ of the Carnegie company and began to drive stakes at a dollar n day and well did he drive them industrious and Intelligent did he show himself and so keenly alert was he to any opportunity or Improvement that presented itself hat in a short space of time hardly anger than was covered by his service lu the grocery store ho found himself not one or two stages higher but away near the top The Xelicliliorn Hope Im the denier In pianos maam said the mean at the door But I dont want anything re plied the lady I have a piano Yesm the man next door said he hoped I could Induce you to sell It for a trlfleFulladelphia Ledger I 1tt +1I11 d tlt31Ht1tt1 + ltH1+ +1IHItt +1I1li r Eastern Kentucky News I Ro correspondence pnblithM unless signed in full by the writer The nme it not for publication but n an eridtnce of good Uith Wilts plainly 11M1IIIIEIIlr11t1tiaI i1t Enterprising and progressive people are sending their sons and daughters to begin the winter term at Keren Dec 1G Do not lot your folks be behind COUNTYIWe are having some very cold woathcr at this writing Fanners are all about done gathering cornReg- J W Lambert filled his regular ap pointment at Clear Creek church Sat urday and SundayMaster Reubio Lambert ot this place visited hit grandmother Sarah Lambert of Rockford Saturday She U 82 years loldMrs Etta Lambert of this place went to see her sick father Mr J M Reynolds who is expelled to live but a few more days Mary Singleton is visiing friends at this place OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD We are still lacing cold weather and snow Most of the schools closed last Friday owing to the cold weather There were no entertainments given Joseph Baker postmaster Floyd and a Miss Huff of Island Creek were married last week News has reached us that John Palmer of Sim ons Creek was shot dead last Satur day night near Athol Ky by a Mr societylathold its meetings once a week We are having some lively discussions Meredith and Jas Gabbard Price and Dora Moore of this place attend ed a social in Cow Creek last Saline day night given by Mr and Mrs Leander Reynolds There were more young folks present than we have ever seen at a country social before and excellent order prevailed The homemade candy which was made by some of the girls could be excelled by none The way in which it was made ought to be an incentive for the boys in choosing a cook Everyone enjoyed the new games played especially one called Bound away whichseemed to load allothers CON RLIN0 The recent snows have found the farmers of this section unprepared the corn is still in the ijeldP M Frye and W N Burch attended the entertainment at Sexton Thanksgiving dayS A Gabbard has visited White Oak again good luck to you Stephen Miss Mary Barker is doing fine work aa teacher at Riverside Garfield Hignite has jubt returned from Jackson with his brideMiss Mary Barker and Mr N F Ambrose visited friends at Cow Crook and Fairview Saturday and Sunday of last week The school at Doe Creek betIyear over before Three cheers for TilE CITIZEN Long may she live happy may she be Read by all but first by me MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS The Misses Jones of Brassfield visited the Mieses Johnson Sunday Mr and Mrs J M Kinnard attend ed the Elks memorial at Richmond KyQuite a number of young people enjoyed Mr and Mrs Barnett Wil sons box social Saturday night De- cmhJames Adams and family spent Sunday with Mr G W Tisdale and family on Silver CreekMrs J IL Overly and daughter Kathleen left Saturday morning for Hamilon their future homeJohn Fortune and family returned from Louisianalast week Mr and Mra Pitt Benge attended the burial of their niece Miss Pigg near Brasafleld Harbor and John Smith of Whiles Station visited Luther Maupin Saturday and Sunday IfleHol Gamesdo one In eaCh package of Lion Coffeeat your Grocers r11ttHII1t1Ii1tt1Ei1t1i11tWALLACETON William Wylio died Sunday Dec 0 after four days of suffering On Tuesday night of last week he was alone in his room and his sister Mrs Doyle in tho adjoining room She heard the shovel fall anti opening the door found him lying with his feet under tho fore stick Sho got him out and called in the neighbors and a doctor as quickly as possible But ho was burned too terribly for any earthly aid Mr Wyllie leaves two sons to mourn his loss Burial took place at Paint Lick cemetery Tues dayG E BrockniQU and wife were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Geoige Carter SundayMr and Mrs F Caldwoll entertained a number of young people at their home Friday evening by giving w candy party in honor of Mrs Caldwellu Sunday school clnssMrs Jennie Rogers is very sick this week- MASON COUNTY MAYSVIUE The revival of the Plymouth church is progressing with marked success Quite a number of converts have been added to the church and there are hopts for as many moreMr Silas Marshall of E Fourth street is in- dupoaodMiss Jessie Bell is quite ill at her home on Fourth street It is supposed that alma has the forcr Mrs Fannie Jackson and Mr James Jackson left this week for Oberlin to attend the trial ot John Bennett who murdered Mrs Florence Bennett his wifeProf J S Hathaway ot the State Normal and Mr Henry Camp bell visited the Fifth street school on Friday Mra Laura Gray is quite ill at her home on Horda hillRog Nutter of Paris having declined tho call of the Bethel church Rev A M J Price of Lawrenceburg has been called to fill the vacancy MKItUY CIIUISTMAS To all those who have relieved and cured their aches and pains by the use of Paracamph tho wonderful ex ternal remedy which never fails to do its work quickly and well Guaranteed by S E Welch Jr druggist Tho most complete lino of Dolls Toys China Christmas and Holliday Goods ever brought to the county seat is now on exhibition at the RACKET STORE Main Street Rich mond Ky SickBlood Feed pale girls on Scotts Emulsion We do not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat ifs best fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their II teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in paleness weakness and nervous ness by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion- It is a true blood food and naturallyadapted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women r = suffer We will be glad to send a sample to any sufferer 11IUfI tint thus rtcturt la the form of a Ubcl It on the fEmuilioo SCOTT tit BOWNB Chemists 409 Pearl St New York oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe I What Shall I Buy for j o o- I Christmas Presents j o 0 o 0- o This puzzling question is easily settled after a look at the fine i line of Christmas Goods now Sarislownby usio o Make your selections earlyand S avoid the crowds and confusion f of the week before Xmas oo i BICKNELL EARLY I o 1 Berea Ky iu o oeoceoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe oe eoeoeooeooeoeoooeo JeJe Byaiinaman ItWIIltlolochlil II Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry 0eoeoeoeoeoeoeQeoeoeooeoeooeoeoeoooeoeoeoeoeoeoIo 0 0 Corn Cobs Coal Wood or Tnwh will koop n good Ire all night in f COLES ORIGINAL HOT BLAST STOVES i o 0 o The Hot Blast from Chicago o- With Apologlm lo the OM llrolen Coat Bncirt 0 flow drat to mr hen Ire some geese ot myOrMMIiiiwt ilex o How SIuAnd lioTclfl In furl hut flew the Hoe H itl tnH with Tul tint well rtlflt with 0 liltrIbe Iniklr Wa cold tbouih the oillililc wu Well Il Ltil o o Wblt otoThe modem llol abut the fiery Hot IllMl The Hot mast from Chlrnxo Me an prlut Well o 0 This is because they are airtight o and guaranteed to stay BO nn long an used If you want to control tint firo inn stove you tnuat control the air supply s0other stove tnanufacturedo can uo guaranteed to stay air tight o It is the airtight feature anti the allateol radiating surface o which make this stove the moat economical and most powerful o heater with all kinds of fuel o i S E WELCH Jr Sole Agt i s 0eoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeQ8 0 eoeoeooeoeoeoeoeooeoeol Spanish Peggy A STORY OF ILLINOIS IN PIONEER DAYS Iy MAIY HAiTWELL CATHERWOOD It Is a story of the martyr president Abraham Lincoln of the war governor of Illinois Richard Yates of Lincolns sweetheart Ann Rutlcdce It Is located in New Salem Illinois at a time when Lincoln was a young man there In charscrersplollocarlonrlme merit it is an ideal Mrs Cathcr Ilaorltef the opening chapters f f aeIn THE CITIZENS four serial stories Poryonr alone subscribers got twice Uiu subscription jirico in actual value Any one of the ilCteon other special features and departments of TilE CITIZEN is worth its cost Cut out tldconpol1111 Initnf mall todAY with 1100 cnrlo c Intamce yL JUrer Here Krntiir ky x aI == o = Date 1110 JAMES M RACER Iorea Ky Inclosed fled f100 for Tun CITIZEN until Jan lDOr with picture 10 x 12 in antX special n unbars according to your offertrNamo z rostoJice County Slate