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LlV tHiHi tMIiMMiMMIHH- I JAMES s Snttrtd ai tAt Editor Pod j I HM I I HI + I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 1903 One dolla year NO IDEAS The truo man will keep a promise even when it causes him inconvenience or loss to do ao Why are you working so fast with your brush Patrick tIDoka o Im- afraid me paint will give out before Kt the whole house painted Civility consists of three things readiness to oblige others slowness to take offence and refraining jro words or acts which might offence TAKE NOTICE I Do not fail to road our generous offer to readers found on page 6 of this issue column R and 6 Olio good for one week onlyno act today Our Eastern Kentucky Newa came in too late for publication this week so we have taken this opportunity to publish an interesting article on Eastern Kentucky by Mrs Lucy K Flanury of Owaluy county Sue last pageFROM THE WIDE WORLD 11 Comteaae was elected President of the Republic of Switzerland in Europe William J Bryan hopes to have an audience with the Czar at St Petersburg The city of Fuerta Plata Santo rOoluJa severe battle Santiago was also abandonedAn has been reached between GOY W II Taft and the friars by which the United States will acquire the friar lauds in the Philip pines for the sum of 7250000 A cablegram received at London from Toklo says the dispatch of Jap anese troops to Korea is imminent Even the conservative newspapers of Japan admit the situation is grave IN OUR OWN COUNTRY- A successful test of a lying machine was made near Kitty Hawk NC The House passed the Pension Appropriation Bill which carries 188160100 Leading educators of Tennesato are gathered at Knoxville in important conference Presdent Roosevelt signed the Cuban reciprocity bill after it had been passed by the Senate by a vote of 67 to 18 In executive session the Senate ratified the treaty for the extension of the commercial relations between this country and China There was no opposition to the ratification Gen John 0 Black of Chicago Commander in Chief of the G A R has been tendered the office of Civil Service Commissioner made vacant by the death of the Hon John R ProctorThe State Department is by no means satisfied with the explanation offered by Turkey relative to the as sault on Consul Davis at Alexandrelta by Turkish soldiers and will demand j governmentCOMMONWEALTH an apology from the Sultans OF KENTUCKY- A rich oil strike is reported from Wolfe county near Campton John H Slater one of Boone countys wealthiest farmers is dead of pneumonia Franklin Ky went wet by but two majority Prohibitionists will contest alleging fraud An oil prospector claims he has struck quartz in Johnson county Ky that will pay tOO a ton In a fire which destroyed their home Mr and t Mrs J W Benedict and their year old child were suffoca iJ1J blJ ltlttIttTHE CITIZEN 21J badlyI Knowledge is Power This picture shows the late Pro lessor Ernest Todd as he sat behind his desk explaining to his students the mysteries of science who has ever seen a saw skillIwhich is required to manage it and still more the skill required to make it and above all the skill required to minvent it IAnd this is only one example of the power of knowledge Who does not wish to have some share in thlsknowlelgeoGodsworldsteamseeds Up From Slavery Up From Slavery is the title of the life of Booker Washington in which he tells how born in slavery of a slave mother ho learned to work in his very babyhood and when eman cipation canto started out to seek his fortune And he tells how he found his fortune Ho walked hundreds of miles to Hampton Institute stopping to earn a breakfast on the road and sleeping sometimes under A sidewalk At Hampton while ho was waiting to bo examined the teacher gave him a broom and told him to swoop a room Ho noticed that she was watching him as he worked and ho determined to sweep that room as well as it had vor boon swept When the sweep ing was finished he asked for a cloth and dutted tho room perfectly Real ly that was his examination for the teacher saw that ho was diligent and thorough and at once loaned him tho money to start to school We wish every colored boy and girl would remember that tho colored rare is coming up from slavery Only a few generations back their fore fathom wore heathen in Africa In slave days the Negroes learned to speak the English language and to perform many kinds of useful labor But after all slavery is not a good school for freedom In slavery the slaves wero naturally lazy dishonest and immoral In one day they wore all sot frea and freedom for some meant an opportunity to be more lazy theivish and immoral than they bad boon before But there were others who have boon pursuing an ward path Each year tho number- of ignorant Negroes has diminished and the number of lazy no account Negroes has diminished now comes the question how are tho young mon and women of the colored race today thinking about these things Many of the older Negroes who were slaves before me war were fired with a great ambition to elevate their race to establish pure family life to buy fond to learn trades to educate their children Wo often fear that the younger genera tion haying greater advantages may bo less ambitious But when we look at the splendid procession of young men and women who have gone out from Beroa College and other schools we are sure they will win the day for the progress and uplifting of their race We send an earnest invitation to every young colored person who may read this article to come toBerea this winter and lot us help him in preparation for a useful and sue cessful life A School at Home As the free schools close the ques tion comes what shall the children do this winter t You waut to keep up their interest in study and have them use what they learned at school Subscribe for THE CITIZEN Have it come every week with pictures and stories Bible lesson helps for farmer and housewife and you can have school athome- r derst It is in the studies called Phys ical Geography Physiology and Ele mentary Physics that this knowledge begins Expensive apparatus is nec essary but this has been very abund antly provided at Beroa Every stu dent baa tho use of a microscope which will show the fuz on the leg of afloat Physical Geography comes in the first year of the Academy Course Physiology in the A Grammar Ele montary Physics machinery electricity etc in the second year of the Farmers Course and the fourth year of tho Normal and the third year of the Acndl my Second Opening of lereas Win ter Term Special arrangements are made for those who ore so unfortunate as to be detained by late schools untilafter the first opening of the term For all such a second opening is provided on Monday Jan All the offices will bo open on that day and many rooms and boarding places have been reserved for those coming at that time The College will do its utmost to make everyone comfortable and help all latecomers to make up lost time And something is offered for every young person Every family in East ern Kentucky ought to have one child at Berea this winter In winter weather we can learn better than wo can earn 3 months and 6 months courses for farmers Train our boys to get more out of tho laud 3 months and 6 months courses for giris Train our girls to sing and play tho organ to cook and care for the sick to do dressmaking and tail oring 3 months and 6 months courses in CarpentryTrain our boys to handle tools 6 months course for firstclass teachers certificate 6 months course for State teechers certificate 6 months course for State teachers diplomaFull Preparatory Course Fits students for any College or Uni versity CoursesLiteraryCourse cal Course MusicCabinet Organ Piano Voice CultureTheory Choral Band Music spookingbyliterary societies etc For further advice write to Will 0 Gamble Secretary Berea Who Loves Music And we might add who does not love music It ought to be known that Boron gives instruction in singing by Prof Weaver himself without any extra charge It ought to be known that special lessons in the use of the cabinet organ or piano as well as in the higher forms of vocal music coat only about onehalf as much as at other schools Training for Teachers Every good teacher feels bis defic iencies Our schools are improving but they are not yet doing the work they ought to do A true teacher wishes to improve When you have already won a teachers certificate it is time to come to Berea and learn how to teach Do Not Be Deceived by the Mormons The Mormons have tricked and de ceived many good people into enter ing what they call the Church of the Later Day Saints by concealing their real doctrines and the tyranical rule which the officers of their church hold over the members Send your ad dress to THE CITIZEN for full partic ulars of this delusion and snare 00000001- II0a Got Your o Moneys i Worth Irllof IH 000000000000000000000000001 Lackey Hamilton PATRONAGE o But not unless they deserve It If there are worthier goods to be found elsewhere if asked 9 ihy others are lower than ours quality considered it is your privilege to profit by thorn but facts prove o such is Dot the caso iWe add something new each day in every line of merchandise we carry and by keeping constantly 9 andbestOur Dress Goods Dept Tbingsii See our line of i Velvet and Wash Waistings i They are beauties Selling from 25cls too 100 per yardBe o to examine our line of Cloaks and Furs Quality2 FOR SALE TWO HOUSES and LOTS in Wai laceton Madison County Ky Five miles south cf Paint Lick three miles and one half west of Bsrea Said lots have about one acre of land in each lot good comfortable dwelling houses six rooms to one house and eight rooms to tho other all plastered throughout largeIroomy room handle a good stock of goods and also a splendid locality to sill goods Three churches are almost in sight of the place oae schoolhouse within two or three hundred yards all together making thisa very desirable place to live an excellent place for a good gladISM come These lots can be bought at low prices and on easy terms If not sold between this and January let they will be rented for the coming year Anyone wishing to buy a pleasant home will do well to call on or dress E B WALLACE Berea Ky DR L CORNEILUS Physician Dentist Office with Dr p Cornellui Broadwtjr fleaB KY Hours rot Dental Work 900 a m to 300 p m HI TIME KEEPERS IT IIbuyflay a htehclaii timekeep er at tho tight price They tare money and more utulaclory Oun are guaranteed Write for catalogue or call GIRARDET a 4M Wirt Kirtit LrelnOo ItI Tgtd by hooslu stor heatteverywhere rrrlas The genuine tome and Pdro lottolu a THE WORLD rl J KttietixcrtautftaUtvttatiiltlaH tsatrtlatoa rln IHA Ira i1i =1 1 tr1maltA UH l =lCR7201nni euslnns Moro Ihon DouUtt In four tiara THE IlEASOrS r W I Muulai makes and rdli more terns lOOnnd3 ahoy IhnlllUlulher to o mon ufu turns In W U IXniglai g3OOandf3O hoes flared side by ilIa with 300 and eUJo shoes of other innkt 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OUTFIT of eyeglasses or spectacles is not expensive but the good it will do is in calculable Better pay tho cost of a perfect outfit and got perfect satisfaction than try to save money by purchasing glasses They are never suit ableWe have modern high class instru manta for TESTING THE EYES and can obtain accurate data which enables us to fit- EYEGLASSES 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 Opootlle Blcknell A Karlyi Beret Ky East End Barber Shop North ofPrlntlng Office Shave lOc Hair Cut IBo Shampoo IBo Razors sharpened 15o to 25o R B DOE Proprietor r 10000000 Get Your- Moneys iwrtlt i io j prices o i Fancy ad yarnAnn our somei 0 len Pistols Man cheap AND FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at TELEPHONE JOES No 8 Joes Corner Richmond Ky Our Millinery Stock Includes the largest variety of the seasons newest and best styles in JOhildrensnow shown in Berea No matter what price you wish to youOurin sure a well selected stock to choose from Mrs A T Fish 7 Banns Krt The Famous Queen Quality equaU1fceIebrated Boys are found at Rice Arnold Richmond Ky A Great Variety oP ChristmasNovelties and Specialtiesf- or useful and desirable Xmas presents may be found at East End Drug Store r v 1 n vyTHE PARTING WAYS IM like to eye that old cllft path Which lowers feet have made I Just where It leaves the traveled road And dips down In the shade Of the wldn j rcndlns overhang Of maples and of birch i Tho where the hidden thrush once sans And pecked out from his perch fIdlike to wander i all alone Down to the parting ways All all aloud with thoughts of you As once In other days I wandered where the old road lies Jy thoughtsdear you were fair Sty thoughts were all of your true eyes And of your truant hair i And where the cliff path dipped and branched Away from the old trail I heard the catbird call and call j And watched a blown leaf salt From ort a tossing windblown limb Straight down the path It flew I watched Its dwindling flight and dim And sweetheart there was foul You sat beside the dipping wny And watched the fading gleam Of dying day down In the vale Itcflected In the stream That wound Its crooked way along My day had been so sad pongJJ i SPANISH PEGGY A STORY OF YOUNG ILLINOIS i ny Mary Ilartwell Catherwood jCOP1rlibt by Herbert 8 Stone Co CHAPTER HI CONTINUED No Antywlne I will not take It from Keelllt he Insisted I feel better when I am out hunting If you have that around your neck Silo bring evil Into the house She is worse than Chasse CalorieWhat Is the Chasse Galerle Have you never heard of the Chasse Calorie that fly across the sky at night How could I hear about such things In the Sac village or at Belleville Antywlne proceeded at once to tell the story of the wild huntsman and Ihisdogs and their chase above the clouds This led on to feux toilets or balls of fire into which bad spirits turned themselves to lure sinners into quagmires Then loupgarous or man wolves made darkness flame with their eyes to Peggys imagination Are your feet or hands cold Anty wine inquired onco in a while Peggy anuwercd No forgetting she had hands and feet her large excited gaze fixed on the wonderworld of folk story Isis voice abounded In sympa thetic tones It was full and golden reaching Into distance or sinking to j 1monotones as ho half told and half j sung his peoples legends 1Sohour after hour passed rain con to pour down the shingles and visit them In gusts of spray through the broken chimney It was a delicious experience to remember r a lifetime But as Peggys responses became few Antywlne stretched out his legs and made a pillow of his lap with a corner of the blanket to which her drowsy head came rtadlly down lIe watched and she slept until darkness faded to the pallor of dawn The noise of horses feet In tho heavy road for which ho had waited so long could at last be heard approaching Ho withdrew carefully from the head of the sleeper and went out to Intercept tho riders They were splashed with mud and Jaded moving side by side their tired horses snorting flakes of foam Thus more than onco the men of New Salem had come back from chasing horse thieves less ready perhaps to give tho details of the exploit than were Shlckshack nnd his companion Both drew rein when they saw Antywlne nnd he told them directly where Peggy was Shlckshack asked where he found her He pointed to the road beyond the cabin and in his brief Canadian English repeated what had happened Your squaw boy doesnt put up many flzzlcglgs and fireworks but he seems to be worth two men observed Lincoln Ills lank hair dripped moisture He was haggard wllh hard riding You catch the man Inquired AntywlneNo Shlckshack answered In disgust You know him No Mo not care now He winked out said Lincoln We lost him this side of Beardstown The closest view we had was when wo nearly ran him down back here AVo intended to raise a party and hunt I reckon you better bring the little girl now so we can get lame to breakfast Shlckshacks red face revealed Itself through growing daylight polished like copper lie gave a strong grunt of sat isfaction whoa Antywlne set Peggy behind him on the horse rule Cana dian boy mounted lightly to a seat behind Lincoln and as thoy rode toward New Salem a clear whiteness like the p promise of fair weather appeared In tho out Water hung beaded on the stems of trees but a great commotion of robins came out of the woodst r It was the general opinion in the vll ago that Don Pedro Larimer had tone It Why he should put him self to the Inconvenience of trying to carry off such a poor little thing many declared they could not understand All day Lincoln was visited nt the atcre by Inquiring friends who iat teoIrogatedwould have done about the hard service taken out of borrowed horses in stead of dwelling on the Indians af nlgh1jLincolnnary men- I allow said one of the Carolina settlers that it was an ornary trick of one of them Grove boys I guess you are wrong there put In a Massachusetts man The Grove boys know better than to pick the runt out of a litter If one of them wanted to steal a girl ho wouldnt go so nigh the tavern and stop on the out sideThe outrage was resented as a mu nicipal Indignity whoever had at tempted It but it stirred less resent meat than It would Have stirred had any other young maid In New Salem been the sufferer It was talked about a fortnight with zest and much repe tition By the end of a month it was still good material when women took their knitting and visited one another of afternoons nut by muster day other slow happenings had covered It If Sally knew inoro about It than any one else she kept the secret The Sac bravo often fixed his eyes on her with speculation In them In my tribe he said once to Lin coln a warrior can take a tentpolo and beat his squaw or he can give her plenty goods and drive her out of his wigwam But me marry white woman me have to stand her like white man He was at first concerned and ques tioned Peggy about the loss of her wooden leg I will not wear It sho repeated stubbornly It hart and I threw It awayShe hopped about the street on her crutch which Ann Hutlcdgo had found by the handmill the night the alarm was given her Injured leg hanging straight beneath the deerskin gar ment Some change In her was no tired even by her schoolmates Who cut Peggy Shlckshacks hair Vlane Uutledge Inquired Nancy Green when the girls sat outdoors with their dinner reticules the first warm day The budding woods were then alive with bees Ann responded Anns younger sis ter with asperity We have her tag ging to our house all tho time now I allow the Indians might as well move in with us Slilckshacks wife doesnt visit the neighbors does she No She stays at home and heats water to scald tho boys with Peggy looks nicer with her hair cut straight around below the ears and combed smooth And I am glad she lost her wooden leg when Satan or something tried to carry her off My brother lied exclaimed Mar tha Bell Clary told me the horse blanket that was threwed over Peggy Shlckshack that night smelt of brim stone Your brother Red retorted Nancy Green with Impatience gets threat ened with brimstone so much in meet ing that he smells it on everything Well how do you suppose the boat Antywlne La Chance went down the river In got back to the mill by morn Ing when he rode home on horse back Antywlne brought It back himself Part of tho way he pulled the boat and part of the way he rode horseback You get such stories in the Grove said Mahala Cameron Martha Bell wagged her head and looked at Peggy sitting apart eating corn bread In solitude She was glad to be Martha Bell Clary instead of Peggy Shlckshack None of the girls meant to be cruel They wished Peggy well but made her understand she was not as other daughters of New Salem We all thought sho was queer be fore we found out she was a Spaniard said Martha Doll Youd be queer tyro exclaimed Nancy Green If youd been born a Spaniard and raised among the Sacs and dressed always llko a squa w But I wasnt Peggy can talk the Sac language Just lure Shlckshack remarked Ma hala Lets get her do It for us Shlckshack wont let her objected Ann Jtutledges sister Ho wants her lo learn English Ho says she learned to speak English In a year Humph commented another of the group resentfully the master shows partiality to Peggy Shlckshack so ho docs but I wouldnt be her If she Is tho best reader In school The first really warm noon of the budding year while Peggys school mates were looking at and talking about her Antywino stood at the open tavern door waiting to speak to Ann Hutledge Too bashful to knock he shifted from one moccasin to the other hoping that some kind saint would send Ann to the door to Inquire what he wanted He had a parcel In his left hand and sometimes held it before him and sometimes hid it behind his back keeping his right band ready to uncap himself if she appeared There was not anything in the woods or on the prairie which Antywino feared But Ann Rutledge represented to his mind the power of society and ho was com- Ing to sue that power She entered singing from an inner room and paused throwing her long braids behind her back when she saw the Canadian at the door lIe snatched off his cap standing erect narrow of hips and shoulders and full la cheat an elegant lightness of make and grace of carriage setting him apart from LJsllshAmcrlcans and fixed his wistful blue eyes upon herCome In Antywino La Chance No mnmsclle I will stand here Did you Want to see anyone I want to see you Here I am The girl dimpled at i embarrassment Wamscllc I have to ask of jrqu t Will you do me tho kindness 1cr at what I bring In my hand ICHPTmt IV From the back yard of more than soapniakIazure smoke rose over pink coals of wood nnd old vines the whole world wns getting ready to be new Anns own winter llusey wns laid aside Shin wore romothing which made her look like a blossom to the eyes of the boy Antywino gave her the parcel and stood abashed while It was unrolled revealing yards of dark red and yellow calico the colors alternating In tiny flecks which globed themselves to pomegranates Ann hall noticed It In the store as a most daring attempt In cotton printing Some balls of thread tell out and Antywlne picked them up Its for Peggy Isnt It Yes mamsclle Did you buy It yourself Anty wine I have somo money that I make In Belleville he apologized Shlck shack nail thin woman have not got forao tnse in clothes for young girls You mamsclle hove that tase If you think I really have Anty wine you must lot mo help Peggy make this dress Oh mamselle It is what I would ask but dare not- I would love to do It and Peggy will be so glad to have a new dress Peggy was glad when Ann waylaid her In thin evening Her face quivered nnd she said Goody She talked the great event quite out with Anty wine standing beside their cabin be cause they seldom spoke to each other in the presence of Shlokshacks wife Then there was the Joy of going to thin tavern and learning neat stitches while Ann cut and bas rd and fitted The THEY SAT ANt HKLU THK HOOK lOG TUIIt slow process of hand sewing went on a part of every day as tho two girls had time until Peggy by accident of Anty wines choice stood at last unconsciously arrayed In the colors ot Spain The garment was gathered to her slim figure under the bust whence escaping fullness hung as low as her ankles This shortwalsted look and the gorgeous setting of colors for l Jr pale olive skin and her hair cut In tho fashion of the middle ages suddenly developed In her a charm Pcoplo noticed her and said that she was not exactly growing pretty but there was something to her The con fidence of knowing how to do things appeared In her face For having be gun with the needle Ann Hutlcdgo went on to knitting and spinning Ann had pretty clothes for her fathor never rode to Springfield without bringing her a gift and her mother even Indulged her with a cnsslmiT pelisse modeled after one worn by the doctors wife who came a bride to New Salem Vlane saw with some resentment her elder sister take thins which had usually fallen to her and cut them over for the Indians adopted daughter Thus Poggy became trans formed In ovary garment except her moccasins To these heelless quill embroidered shoos she clung with this instinct of a wilderness lover They were light and soft and small hamper ing her no more than her own muscles Antywlne made thorn for her when he made his own In return she knitted woo in stockings to keep him and her foster father warm In winter When Peggy first learned to knit site pulled the yarn so tight that the stocking leg stood above the needle is stiff as a board triangle and had to be raveled and done over Youre not building stakcand rldereJ fences for your men folks laughed Ann- ShlckFhacks wife gave Peggy many tasks to do but in a house where there was no homemaking strewn with thr appointments of a dirty camp thr tasks were sordid and often useless Sally let pots nnd kettles litter the hearth her cob pipe dropped ashes into a dinner hanging on the crane Joists were grimy and dust stood title on tho pewter she got with her first husband and was too stingy to use Butt her splintbottomed chairs had to bo scoured with soap and sand every week and she made the lame girl In deerskin dress creep Inch by Inch over cite puncheon floor cleaning It by the wine bard process When tho weather was bad Peggys tasks were doubled and her struggle with marks of Now Salem clay becauio hopeless Shlckshacks wife never aerated tl cok up plodding along the street her sullen eyes fixed on the ground sho ex changed no word with a neighbor Shlckshacks disgust was extreme wltb sordid housekeeping ho had nowhere encouutered in an Indian village Thq changes in Porcry ShlckshacV were not without Inl hence on her schoolmates but th Snrnlard with pride of lcr own lieU uoof from them Thoy stung their feet from tall benches and whispered behind their books while Peggy fiercely studied When the Testament class stood tip she was at the head Her progress through the simple course was so rapid that Minter Grayham calcu lated site would know In a year all that he was able to teach her Antywino whoso stepmother had never sent him to school was flue teen years old and could not read Peggy began to teach him durtn long spring twilights There was a large stone halfway across tho valley sheltered as the sun slipped north of afternoons under which Peggy lilt her outgrown lesson book for Antywlne Whatever direction his days hunt led him ho made n detour to arrive nt the stone and If ho arrlviil first sat down to study If Peggy carrying her dinner reticule home from school reached It first she waited They sat and held their book to ptvther English spelling provoked Canadian exclamations but ho had to spur him not only Peggy but tho powerful example of Sleur Ale Lin coIn studying every spare minute Antywino knew where the best swim mlng places were In the Snngamon Sometimes ho came to his lesson his blond hair separated Into dark clinging tendrils which as they dried became a powder of gold duat curls around his face and temples If Peggy could not keep her fingers from touching this fleece Antywlne pretended ho did not know It Ills hands and shoulder worked as hard as his mind With shrugs anti goftlculatlng fingers he flung Kngllsh spoiling nil nround When he encountered a terrific word he would throw down his book and jump on It But Antywlnes moccasins were light he did not damage tho learning under his feet Ills nKC were rages of laughter Whatever he did so delighted Peggy that she said It makes me almoct laugh out In school to think how you dance on your speller All month followed month and 1e dro Lorlmer neither bowel lilnvielf attain In New Sdlont nor made any other attempt to kidnap the Indians adopted daughter her guardians anxiety relaxt l to owe He thought rhete white mon In tbU vllalgu are my friends they will take my part The young chief Ate Is an wtrong as three Pedro Ixvrlmer and tU band is with me To Ile Continued I Anilrnt Mllllunnlrnt In U U connection It Is Interesting to take tilt monetary nieMurc if some of the rich ancients says tlift New Yorker It Is known that Nber lt at hill death left the equivalent QffUS12tuoO I lltiula squandered It all In leas tbau ten months Julius Caesar was a good deal of a moneysetter He WMworlit nearly 11000000 before he got offlm and a good deal more afterward Yet Brutus says be was ambitious Croesus Is hold up even to this day as a fabulously tech man and yet JSOOO coo would corer his fortune In landed property In addition to this however ho had a large sum of money and many slaves Antony was a highs toiler anti no doubt would have made lls mark In Wall street He owed JI 500000 In the middle of March hus tlfsl and got enough money to pay on all his debts by the last of April Hr squandered more than 73000000 ot the public money The sum ot2h000000 was paid for his house Sen pen the philosopher turned his phil osophy Into cash at a rapid rate lilt fortune was upward of 12000000 Not a bad philosophy Then there was the focthwycr Ixmtulus Soothsaying was a profitable business In those days At least he managed to accumu late a fortune of 10500000 The big raters of early times made the money fly when they got their loge under n wellladen table For example Apl riiis expended In gluttony 2000000 m Vi paid for a single dish 00000 Caligula spent for one supper 100 000 Hellogftbalus spent for ono men 100000 Luculliu usually paid 100 000 for a repast It many of us ate like thin wo wouldnt know whore the next meal was coming from 01 how the check wu to be tfttled On SIiriMVKtiury Ilndlotlrlil But one of tho most Interostinl things connected with the whole opt rode Is tho existence of the churcL which was erected four yeas afterward on the site of the pits where the mass of undistinguished dead upon both sides were burled after the bat tle Though Its patron was Henry IV whose battered effigy still looks out from ubovo the east window toward Haughmond Ridge It was actually built nnd endowed by the then rector of Albright Hussey the parish In which the battle was fought This was Roger Ive priest of Leaton a strong Lancastrian and of nn old burgher family In Shrewsbury The site was given by Richard Hussey squire to use a modern word of Albright Hus scy A collcgo of priests was also erected and endowed to serve the church which was In no way a parish church but erected distinctly and cm phatically as a commemoration and thanksgiving offering by grateful and plus Lancastrians tor the victory of 1403 Mncmlllans Magazine Storyor Cnrlyh A recently published volume by the late Anthony Frotulo the historian tolls this story of Carlyle and his wife who lived on notoriously bad terms the latter dying first Carlyle found n remembrance In her diary of tho blue marks which In a fit of passion hl had Inflicted on her arms As soon as he could collect himself he put to ether a memoir of her In which with deliberate courage ho Inserted tho In criminating pastures of her diary tho unto of tho bluo marks nmona them ant ho added an Injunction of his own that however stern and tragic that record might be It was never to bo destroyed A Sweet Tooth Is responsible for many aches and pains But whatever the causo of de ray It should bo arrested ard tha Teeth put lu good condition Wo clean fill or extract lotfh without pain to the patient Our flue sets of tooth at T5 made on rjlonito or rubber are absolutely per rectoWo guarantee them Teeth extracted 25 cents Tho host amalgam filling 75 cents Special ao comtnodaltous for patients from a Maneo who write for Appointments Dr V H Hobson to cwt oDRichmond Ky n rl tItaiattnrnfr epeld nsrmn w itnrFreoSWIFT CO rririLxyt Opp u5 Psltat 0elcc Wtbineten C A 11 Goon Investment U For AIn will sLr 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LiiiMjy CO cents a ynrdj Jeans 00 Bouts a yard WnnkclB natural brown wool or bark ditty t3 a pair White linsny and white blankets sro not in demand only on orders Coverlids muht be 2 yards 72 inches wido and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes- Aaywomnnwhowant to sell cover lids or homespun to Deroa College thould find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For loforumtiou apply In pet ion or by loiter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Beroa Ky Coughing Kpull Caused Month harry Duckwcll aged 25 years choked to death early yesterday morning nt hit bone in tho pro onc of IH wile nod child lio contracted n slight cold ti few days ago tint paid but little attention to it Yoslurduy morning ho was seia d with a lit of coughing which continued for Hnino limo His wife Hunt for n physician hilL Leforo ho could nrrivn unotliur coughing cainoehaiid Diiflwpll died Horn sulfcaienSt Louis Globe DlJUocrnt Dc 1 191 IM lards hardbound Sjtup would have 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MONTJMENTSUses ann end fJerblli Workof nil kinds dons in a worlnnnnlibo manner nt sea enable pricrn end with diNpntrh Allwork guar DUtlHxi b- yGOLDEN FLORA HICHMONO Ky torn r1 NInud Vtllm S4KteiC wInTotlt 1iiuilly Kriiirtt- fFiequently accidents occur ill the household which RAUSO burns cuts sprains and lituiMM lor use in such t uses lidlardtf Snow Liniment has for ninny years been the constant favorite family remedy 25c ROo and JlOO al East Hull Drug Store I 4DRvtf Dentist e OUicc Over Priiilinu offirr Office Days Wednesday to eni t ol the wrckaLI J GARNET HOTELr Newly Fitlcdup Meals Hoiid aud pricesSecond HUll Ilichmond Ie yIR G EflGLE Prop OOO 0 00000T- iIIS lIS Till TIME Ion WinterRobes t I 1 largestI C8111Bud THEY i RANGE IN PRICEFROM 150 to 1500 IT J MOBfiRLCY i r2 Main Street Richmond I- vooooooooooo I 1 A J THOMSON GROCERIES ANI NOTIONS Fruits and vegetables a specialty orrosixE cuDDcracs ILL r yv l THE CITIZEN m lHHlMMHHKHHHH i The Home J JBNNIK LESTER lULL Edi- torHHHIHIHHHHHI Bby Shortcakes Shortcakes aro usually supposed to belong to tho spring sensou but vory nice onus may bo trade of canned or trial fruit In using tho dried fruit bo sure it in thoroughly washed through two watorH then soaked over night in water to cover well Next dRY cook it in tho sonic water In which it was soakixl bringing it quickly to n boil then netting whero it will took slowly Sweeten to taste just beroro taking it off For tho cakes else ono pint of flour two teaspoonfuls of baking powder II one half teaspoonful salt two eggs ono cup of milk onenaif cupful of wolted butter Mix the flour and suit odd the eggs beaten and mixed with the wl1kIIlIr iu the molted butter and beat hard Add the link lug powder boat again for n moment and well greased muffin pans two thirds full Hake about twentyfive minutes In a hot oven Split with ai hot knife butter well spread the fruit between tho cakRIIII servo with cream A Christmas cam Hero is the old gaud ofstsKol coach made over for Christina player receives name connect tiain our thoughts with Christmas may bo reindeer ono candy an other sleigh etc All tho players have Beat but one He in the leader but also hall a name The leader begins to tell a Christinas story bring ing in as many of the names given all possible As each onoa name in called ho rises and turns around then sits down again Hut whenever the leader sajs Santa Claus all must rise and rufih for now Heats tho himself trying to afeze ono Tho one left deeding becomes the leader and goes on with the story Instead of the story tho j oem of The Night Before Christum may bo recited HHHHHHHHHHHHH I tlIJOUH W1HT DIK3MORB Editor 11MtIH1F Use and Abuse of Text Books A good text book should bo and a help to both student and teacher But it ia very common for both to de pend too much upon it Lessons ares assigned learned and recited as though tho wholo subject was com pleted thon and there Oftentimes the teacher while quite familiar with the text knows nothing or next to nothing beyond it When tho pupil masters tho look history geography physiology or arithmetic he considers himself educated in those branches and can BOO no reason for pursuing them So much of this kind of work has been done that text book teach ing has been condemmed by many people Some havo even come to consider text books an evil As a rule a school book can treat a subject only In a very condensed way It is auggeativo rather than ex haustive Very little of the history of U S can be given in a school book the can be brieflyIThe teacher should always know much moro than the book contains and be able to supplement it Pupil should have access to a library or at least to a few books along the lines of their study To bo conversant with one author is not sufficient No matter how large the work is to have a knowledge of one mans viows style etc is narrowing It is often better to know a few things well than to know a little about many things While a generalview of a subject is usually the best way to lay a foundation at toast some things must be studied exhaustively before any claim can bo mado to thorough ness It is good for pupils to learn to i find knowledge for themselves They may be directed where certain infor mation can bo obtained and required to report upon it This leads to in dependence in research To poor teachers text books are absolute ly essential are in fact about all the pupil has to depend upon To good teachers they are a help but are not indispensable It is better to have a good teacher and a poor text book or none at all than to have a poor teacher and all the best books that have been made J W DINSHOBE 7 111tl1ttttHI 111 1I The Farm iSILAS CHBEVER MASON Editor 1111I111l111Ill ltE1IlII Poultry ironic Arraatremeat- The cut shows roosts dropping board platform and tho ncxts below tbo lat ter so constructed that tho fowls lay In the dark n cure for egg eating Tbo ROOSTS FLATroUU AND NESTS writer has built three of theso and finds them the best combination of roosts dropping board and nests that bo lies ever seen ways a Faun Journal correspondent who aim sketches trap nest The trap nests have circular openings in front covered by a wry light thin bit of wood An eighth of IeIruin one cover cu able the lien to put her head and neck into the nest thus pushing the light sliding cover aside When she has en tered tin nest the cover falls of its own weight and a little flexible ash wood catch on tbo bottom catches over a peg holding the layer until released This will slow which hen lays tho egg and one can thus brvcd only from the best layers Late Daek Are Cheaply Grown Tho early notched ducks that are ready for the market In May bring the boat price but those hutched later al though they do not veil for as much per pound are more cheaply grown be cause bugs gruanhoppera and green stuff become inure plenty I never have any trouble raining my ducklings Tho 1ekln ducks are the largest of the duck family and the must popular They will lay more eggs In a year than many hen as they will lay nearly ev day from February until Septem rbur or October During this season u drake should be kept for every tlvo ducks and there should an Inclo sure about their house that they may he kept In during the morning A fence two feet high will be sutllclent to confine them Ducks are quite free from vermin and most of the Ills that chickens aro heir to says a Wisconsin woman in Orange Judd Farmer A Great Kentuckian Jn R Procter who died In Wash ington last week was born in Kentucky and served in the Confederate Army He was Geologist of Ken tucky and did splendid work in show ing the resources lie our State but was persecuted by the machine politi clans At tho suggestion of Roosevelt President Cleveland appointed him Civil Service Commissioner and he has continued through subsequent administrations accomplishing much in diminishing the spoils system that is in getting men appointed to government offices not because of what they have douo for some party or politicians but because of their merit and fitness His death was vary sudden Ho met President Frost only a few months ago and was expecting to visit Bores whenever ho returns to his native State Resolutions of Respect At the December meeting of Capt James West Post GAR tho follow ing resolutions were adopted Resolved that in the passing of Comrade Henry West on the 4th instant from earthly scenes to the great camping grounds beyond we have lost from our number a faithful member a good citizen and a patri otto earnest Christian Tesolved that tho bereaved family of our Comrade has our sincere sym pathiesResolved that a copy of these resolutions be furnished to the family and to TilE CITIZEN L V Dodge Alex Moore Committee STRAYED OR STOLEN Ten head of white sheep Descrip lion Eight marked with half crop in right ear and tails bobbed The other two buck and ewe unmarked There wore two bucks in the bunch Will pay for any information loading to their whereaboutsJ LAMBERT Boono Ky W J Tatum and Euos Davis guardians for the children of John Tatum received a check from the Supreme Tent Knights of the Macca boos for 1000 in lien of policy held by John Tatum in that Order Final proofs were sent in Dec 7th and cheekreceived Dec 14th Do not fail to read our generous offer to readers found on page 6 of this issue column 5 and 6 Offer good for one week onlyso act today CUBAN BILL IS PASSED Reciprocity Treaty Is Made Effective SENATE TAKES FAVORABLE ACTION Eighteen Vote Itrconleil Against the Iatiuiffl or the Measure 8enuloM Ilailry niiil Spoonrr Indulge In Anl motet Debate Ilailry Says Demo crautlo Senators Are Now Organized Washington Dec 17Tho senate passed the Cuban bill by a vote of 57 to 18 and thu reciprocity treaty with Cuba U now effective Tho final vote was taken at tbo close of the day which was marked by a debate which while at all times animated was never acrimonious Tho principal speeches wero made by Mr Spooner for the bill and by Mr Halley against It Both senators were subjected to Interruptions In his remarks Mr llallcy referred to the recent agreement of the Democratic caucus to stand solidly on party quell tions and warned the Republicans that fn the future they could not de pend on straggling Democratic votes In support of Republican party meas urea regardless of whether they were or were not In accord with Demo cratic decline Tho bill passed carries Into execu lion the treaty between the United States and Cuba which was ratified lost Marsh Tho treaty provides for a reduction of 20 per cent from tho rates of duty under tho DIngley law on all Cuban articles Imported Into tbo United States and a varying ro duction of from 20 to 40 per cent from tho established Cuban duty on articles Into Cuba front the United States After tho passage of the Cuban treaty tho senate agreed to house resolution providing for a huh day recess from Dec 19 to Jan 4 Centennial Fete Ended New Orleans nee 21Under the sunniest of skies the stars and stripes rose to tho top of the tall staff In tho historic Place DArmcs amid cheers tho ringing of cathedral bells the roar of cannon and the cen tennlal of celebration of the Louts lana transfer ended In a burst of pa triotism The days exercises opened with tho pontifical mass In the old St Louis cathedral built while the Spaniards wero still in possession of loulslana the shrine to which An drew Jackson wont Immediately after tho battle of New Orleans to hear the Mgh mass of thanksgiving sung for tho victory of the American arms Festooned In tho great navo were tho flags of tho three celebrating nations Spain Franco and the United States Sailed Through Ice Buffalo N Y Dec 2tTho steam er J T Hutchlnson Captain Smith which left Detroit on Thursday for this port arrived hero under her own steam Tho Hutchlnson was on thJ rocks off Kowocnaw Point Lako Su perior Her trip a reeord breaking ono through tho ice to Detroit was resumed on Thursday when she sailed from that port accompanied by two Ice breakers which convoyed her to clear water In Lako Erie Dur leg tho voyage her own pumps and two additional ones placed aboard at Detroit wore kept constantly at work Every craft and plant with steam up gavo her a hearty welcome as sho entered Huffalo harbor Refugees Arrive San Juan P R Dec 21The Cu ban steamer Julia from Santo Do mingo and Haiti arrived hero having on board Senor Kspalllat former mIn- Ister of war of Santo Domingo Com mander Peres of tho Dominican army Captain Oclrra Colonel Espall lat and other supporters of former President Woe y Oil The Julia also brought Juan Medina a Porto RIcan who has boon appointed by the pro visional government of Santo Domin go as consul general to Porto Rico to succeed Senor Morales The latter however refuses to surrender his of flco claiming that the provisional government has not been recognized by tho United States Attacks Loomis Speech Paris Doc 21Julio Zapata writing from London to the Paris edition of tho Now York Herald attacks the address mado by tho assistant secre tary of state LoomIs at a recent ban quet In New York In which Mr LoomIs reviewed and defended the action of tho United States government In connection with affairs on the Isthmus of Panama Senor Za pata thinks that the European powers sovereignthey aro not allowed to treat on their own terms with countries which they havo recognized as Independent Perry Heath Scored Washington Dec 17The charges of S W Tulloch former cashier of tho Washington city postofflce against the administration of that office aro reviewed In the special report of Messrs Conrad and Bona parte Former First Assistant Postmaster General Perry S Heath Is scored and former Postmaster Genera Charles Emory Smith Is soverely criticised Six Asphyxiated- San Francisco Dec 21Six per sons were asphyxiated by illuminat- Ing gas and tho coroner concluded that tho caseso wero all accidental In most Instances a window was open escapIngto tho fact that It Is supposed a fatal result can not ensue whero fresh air iaa entrance msiior QUHLKV SPKAKS lopes That Catholic Will Again Claim New World Chicago Dec ID = The new world was discovered by Catholics and the cross was planted In the name of the church We can not get It out of our heads that Catholics will yet clam tho new world again This hopo WOK expressed by Archbishop James E Quigley In an address before tbo Roman Catholic Womans league The archbishop declared that the security of the national constitution Increases proportionately with the Increase In the number of Roman Catholics Ho urged tho establishment of n subsid iary system of the public schools for the benefit of the Roman Catholics This system for the benefit of the minority said the speaker should be paid for by tho state but controlled by the church Finally he character ized the rule requiring candidates for public school teachers to have normal school training to be nothing moro or less than tyrannyand oppression Wood Inquiry Closed Washington Dec 17 Tho testi mony before the military committee of the senate Investigating the charges against General Wood with the purpose of preventing tho con firmation by the senate of his ap pointment to he a major general was concluded and tho Inquiry closed Secretary Root tho last witness was on the stand for several hours The committee will meet at onco to pre pare its report It Is understood that confirmation will be recommended by a vote of 8 to 2 A minority report will be made by tho opiHisln memers of the committee The testi mony of Secretary Root Is practically tho only defense that has been made of General Wood In the hearing which has extended since about the beginning of tbo extraordinary sea alert of congress River Craft In Danger Cincinnati Dec 21lth the Ohio river frozen over and great gorges at many places the rlso of nearly three feet threatens danger for all kinds of craft Tho steamer Courier is ice bound at Hanging Rock and many men are employed trying to liberate her by blastlng The Miami river and the Licking have been emptying Ice Into tho Ohio freely The harbor anlllownedwus of water by a runout of Ice from the Licking and If the rlso continues her upper decks will be carried away before the hull can be raised If thawing weath er Is accompanied by a rise there will be much damage Warship to Be Sent Consul Washington Dec 17As a result of Minister Irishmans advices respecting tho Alcxandretta affair tho state department has requested tho navy department to placo warship nt tho disposal of Consul Davis now at Beirut upon which ho might return to Alcxandretta at his pleasure The navy department accordingly cabled Instructions to Admiral Cotton on board the flagship Brooklyn at Alex andria Egypt to place a vessel at tho disposal of Mr Davis It Is be lieved the Brooklyn will be selected It Is loft to tho consul to arrange tho terms of his reception To Assassinate Powell New York Dec 1C An alleged plot to assassinate William F Powell United States minister to Haiti and charge daffaires at PortauPrince Santo Domingo has been disclosed In a communication from an officer of tho present Dominican government to a follow countryman In this city who formerly was an official under Wos y Gil tho recently deposed president of the republic The letter states that the plot had been so arranged that exPresident Jlmlncz under whoso leadership Wos y Gil was overthrown should bo killed at about the samo time Fraternal Orders Merged Chicago Dec 1C The Fraternal Army of America and tho Loyal Americans embracing a mcmcrshlp of over 1000000 scattered all over tho United States were merged Into one organization hero The new body known as tho Fraternal Army of Loyal Workers Delegates from both associations met In annual con vontlon hero and after discussing the question of consolidation from every point of view It was decided that the members could bo best served by amalgamating both fraternities Into one To Oust Pension Board Washington Dec 1C Secretary Hitchcock is considering tho abolish ment of all the local boards of exam ining surgeons In pension cases and the substitution in their stead of a traveling commission which will visit the various cities of the country at stated periods for tho purpose of doing the work now performed by the local boards Second Operation On Kaiser London Dec torbe Dally News announces that It learns tram well informed quarters that a second operation has been performed on the Kal tiers throat The paper adds that Its Information is that a third operation my be necessary Three Perish by Fire Braldwood Ills Dec 1GMrs1 MQssorsmlth her daughter and Frank Smith a clerk were burned to death In a fire which destroyed tho meat market and residence and the dry goods store of J Simon here Gets Life Sentence Bluffton mad Dec 21Tho Jury In tho Terrell Wolfe murder trial brought In a verdict of guilty of mur der In the first degree and fixed the sentence at lifo Imprisonment r 000010 +0+0 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year Inquire of Trees T J Osborne LOOM AND FLAX WHEELMrs CollegeBereacate with anyone having a loom or good flax wheel for sale A GOOD WEAVER understanding the weaving of coverlids will be given work at the Weaving House on Jackson Street H W Graham Iterea College Fireside Industries Berea Ky G priceJKy 121 TURKEYS GEESEand all kinds paidBerea FOR SALE FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand We also havo hard burned brick and bats for cis CollegeBrick FOURROOM COTTAGE Chestnut Ave with 2 acres land two good wells and a good orchard Enquire of or write D N Welch Berea Ky ASTHAY Taken up as a stray one white mayhavepaying charges W J Tatum KODOL UVSlKISIA CURE Digests all classes of food tones andstrengthens the stomach and di gestive organs Cures Dyspepsia In digestion Stomach Troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure re builds wornout tissues purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach Gov G W Atkinson of WVa says II I have used a number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to be a very effective and indeed powerful remedy for stomach ailments I recommend it to my friends Sold by East End Drug Co I C1c 71BLACKDRAUGHT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE w1a a1TL MhtrtupMN A sallow complexion dizziness tongueareand kidney diseases Stomachand bowel troubles severe as they aro painhutthough less painful at the start are much harder to cure Thodfords tackDrau ht never fails to hone ldiseased liver and weakened kid neys It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the germs of fever and ague It is a certain preventive of cholera and of the kidneys With kidneos reinforced by Thedfords lack Draught thousands of persons have yelowperfect health and have no other doctor than Thedforda Black Draught It is always on hand for use in an and saves many expensive calls of a doctor Mullins S c March 1901 Draughtforthreeyearsandihivenet to a doctor since have been taking It It the best medicine for me that It kidneytroublucomplaints Rev A G LEWIS 4J lUJr U l OFFER NUMBER TWO EXTENDED TO JAN 15 TimE CITIZEN and the JOSIIEK both One Year for the Price of TilE CITIZEN The Christmas number of TUB JOSHER II the jocular journal for jOt cose jollier enlarged to 24 pages is better than ever before The trio of cousins Bruce Kirkpatrick Bruce Barton and Clark Hinman are the editors and publishers TUB JOSHER certainly fills a long felt want Tho subscription price for the school year is 400 however by special arrange ments both TUB CITIZEN and TilE JOSUER can be had for tho price of THE CITIZEN alone 100 per year This offer is good only until Jan 15 The lighter and more humorous vein of THE JOSUER finely supplements the more serious and dignified reading matter found in TUB CITIZEN Send 100 to Jaa M Racer Berea Ky at once and get the college jokes us wall as the college news e r h r S i1 I I BELIEVE In beginnnlng the New Year well observed young Mr TalkIngton as he carved the HAD TIME TO BURN tliedid this over night and also woind up the cooks alarm clock Ned duly waked me the next morning With difficulty dear You waked me anyhow and your voice sounded like the dentists saying Step this way please We hadnt heard the cook down and going to Investigate I found her asleep She 8ald the alarm had gone ort at 215 and shed been up every half hour since to see If It was live The volcano was awake then Oh When I returned Ned pointed to the clock on the mantel and said it was 517 and we wore late 1Ve11Nothingonly that clock was a q wedding present and so handsome that t nobody ever expected It to keep time Investigation proved It was Just tour and we went back to bed for an hour I was dreaming that the cooks New Years resolve was that she would never leave me when an awful noise waked me The cook called that It was eight and as breakfast had been ready three hours she thought ohed r t better call us Ddt did you reach the station in In my haste I did my hair three pins and Ned put on his timeI coat and odd shoes we are both you know We scalded our with hot coffee and choked with overdone steak The who had arrived at fiiO timefthe number of Neds useful eyes guestsawarning and told me that the cats u on l the back cellar window was loose feerfl r responded Oh yes we had plenty of ttme24 hours and 29 minutes t hapSThe train as I said was a now one I put on for the first time on New Years day andand the calendar to which the agent pointed told us that today was December IhlrtyIlrstEL1SV Their New Years dinner IsO you went to Isabels New Years dinner said tho Lru nette Lucky you Tom and I dine with his mother on the first day of each year listening to a discourse on economy which lasts from oysters to coffee Knowing that all your bills will be In the next mornings mall too cried the blonde Yes we accepted Isa bels invitation and How do you like Isabels new dress Is It ns cold as Her reception of a tardy guest Not quite I was ready at only ton min utes after the lust moment at which we could safely start and If that Is not being punctual Id like to know what Is Eleven sharp Jack called to the driver and then I looked up to see Isabels old houso When the dinner was given to display the new one Exactly After running a bind through the snow In his thin shoes and nearly being arrested aR an escaping thief Jack got the driver to re urn Once Inside he declared I hadnt told him Isabel had moved Because he had kept on reading his paper while you told him about It Yes had even told him how the bathroom was tiled nut dear I had- forg11tUn whether tho new number was 2V or 2350 What on earth Jack threatened to go home and get dinner on the chafing dishtho cook hud holiday Then remembered thoughtfully writing out the address while Mae and I discussed that new dressmaker and putting It In Jocks waistcoat pocket because I am so forgetful How thoughtful Jack gave the slip to the driver and promised him something awful to drive last Thui your troubles were ended Nno I had written down the ad w JACK WAS WAITING dress of the new dressmaker Instead of Isabels And you were no better off than before Worse Jacks language was awful I said we could just drive along tin avenue until we came to the housK which would recognize Immediately said we were Invited to dinner not lo breakfast Then he asked the driver If he happened to know where Mrs De Style lived Nonsense Ho lie know It was about six bled from our house Stupid of Jack not to have asked sooner And he seemed to think the whole affair my fault Well you reached Isabels after all Yeos In time for the salad reI1I0at c1NecwYear Conquest MS- vCHARLES UOREAU MAKER A Story of the Great Southwest GHEAT clouds of yellow dust ilarlliiK blue sky sweeping winds long reaches of level landsthe midwinter southwest and on the siding tho palatial train of the cattle king who was now off among the ranches looking after sleek and wellhred herds The cattle Kings daughter whose protective wealth entitled her to the rank of princess tat under the striped awning on the rear platform of the train gazing wearily at the monot onous landscape How long are we to stay hero she demanded of the porter who was Industriously trying to keep tho leath ercovered chairs clean He did not answer he did not know She went back to the parlor of the other private car and ifrcosted the quiet woman who sat by the window sewing Auntie how long Is tills to last Until your father grit back or there are orders Im tired of ItIm going out ot doorsShe seized a Jacket and cap allppr down the Hide steps and disappeared behind the squalid depot A dilapidated livery stable stood in the sunshine want a riding horse quick The titan fairly trembled In his anxiety to serve the city girl and In a moment she was cantering over the sand and sago brush headed straight for the green lulls the distance siteAway and away sped delighting in the free rush of the wind the swish of her ponys hoofs through the grass and the exhilaration of the open lands At last she turned the horses Lead whore was the station Nothing but a rolling plain not shining with nun light hut dampened by shadow With a little cry of terror she sent her mount racing ahead and lit raIllod her eyes for the engine smoke on the horlion Ah there It Isbut so fur away She surmised what had happened her father had reached a station farther down the line and wired for the train to join him and they had not discovered her absence before start ingAs she looked she saw off to the left another rider a widehatted ranch WANT HDINa HOKSt mantoward him she rode At she drew nearer her cheeks grew red and her eyes brightened Once she stopped and turned an If to leave htm Then he came close to her Oh Mr Mason what shall I du Frank Mason the handsome ranch upertntfndont scarcely recognxed her bowing so slightly that It seemed to be merely the motion of his horse What Is the matter madam Dont he melnthu girls eyes were beseeching But you told mo never to sp ak to you again only this morning Yes I know but you see how It Is the train has IIonelt in almost evening and here I amt does look serious doesnt It Where do they think you are They dont think Aunty prob ably gone to sleep and wont wake un until midnight the others think In my room In papua car It Is serious and nolxidys at time ranch to take care of you suppose they will come back tomorrow any howTomorrow The girl fairly screeched the word We must get them now tonight dont you under stand now nut It Is miles to the next telegraph station how can the engineer get orders lie looked toward the train which was disappearing In a cut between some creek bluffs a mile or two below the 8tron You see its New Years day and everybody hut the stable boys and sta then agent has gone to the county tent to a celebration Theres a dance to night so they wont be humeyell1t is serious Their horses were moving slowly toward the Htotlon yeti long distance away They were talking earnestly and did not notice the curious move ments of a herd of cattle that had strayed from the grasslands toward the station and now hundreds and closoI Hi 7 r la huge fellow trotted In front of het weary horse tho girl stared about her lu alarmOh Mr Masonlook The young ranchman seemed much excited Hurry he exclaimed and urged hits horse Into n run She van tcrrd by his stile alarmed by the strange apparition of the herd which IIIof earth mounds thrown up in tho level of the plain tho work of prnlrto dogi or some other burrowers of the plains Befor he could caution the girl liar horse stumbled fell staggered wont tumbling In a heap with n broken leg tllIlIIorofaster toward the object of their terest the fallen horse plunged and snorted the skirts of Its rider hold Roe prisoner In an Instant Mason was by hor side tugging at time fair burden When site was free he found her helpless front a strained anklo and with tenderness ho lifted her In his arms and to his own saddle Then jumping beside her he turned the nervous animal drew his revolver tend shot unerringly the 111 om t WAS j t struggling beast on the JrnlillllUln away toward time station renting on the broad and dusty plain Arrived there ho lifted her gently to one of the benches which stood In the tiny waltingrotim he transformed It Into n settee with blankets from the livery stable he heard with plejisire her words uf satisfaction That pin you wear whore mild you get it she naked Irrelevantly It looks like Harvard It is Harvard I graduated there And you aro herding onto I am superintending a ranch ray father owns It 10000 bend And you live In Chicago ray special train hat St Louis now with my slitter and mother aboard bound here So this was the cowboy she bad patronized nnd made fun of as ho rimo to the train day after day to see her father She Lied been amused by his asmirance ant had quarreled with him that very morning Now she was at his mercy and she found It nether pleasant Tills le a strange beginning lot the New Year she broke out wonder when the train will be bark beginningimithere Is no connection with It ye Im sorry I was so rude this morning FrMr Mason Dont worry Anna Miss Seamans Ho smiled cautiously at hor It Is fine of you to care for me and protect me this way she went on and dont know how tothfank you Dont try This Is not the first time have seen youI danced tali you two years ago ut your cousins ball I du not remember but you luvc been very good now shall out for got It I knowbut dont you think It would be a tine thing to have me tale euro of you all time time She gave a prossirc of hit hand lint no more Almost at the door v U a rumble a high note TootV and time striped awning uf the rear car came Into view a few feet away Quickhovewill you Ills wori woro eager and as ha lifted ho in his arms once moro for a Journey to the train she whispered You Almost its soon from the upgu ire direction came Mr Soumanu and his Irremon lie greeted the pair with amllm and laughed at the daughters Injuries when ho found they wen ntlt seriousStay on with us he invited Ma son Well bring you back blur wi leave for Chicago Plow did the train come back so soon asked Miss Seamans rUlns from her couch I thought It was bl miles to the next station Wireless telegraphy suggested Mason Shucks said the aunt contemptu ously The engineer pulled It down to the creek to time hollers We werent gone hull an hour The girl looked quickly Into the laughing eyes of tho young ranchman believe you knew It all the time she exclaimed I did not tell you differently he pleaded You remember was under orders Sho was not satisfied Tim cvi amp as they sat out under the striped own Ins on the rear paltform and wnuhcd tho landscape glistening under thr winter moon as the train sped south ward site continued Really Frank didnt you bribe time engineer to run behind the hill so It would scare we But ho did not answer nor has he answered yet thouuu his wife pro pounds 0 e question every New Years day New Years Resolves = ===rttler h Mike and Great Them VIM Not to lJjikt Thtyn t All IUMfi facetious Individual tins de fined New Years day as a tlae when men ranks good resolutions in the confidence uf breaking them as soon as Mjsslble Uut he has much to learn to his own prnttt ibo snt ra it good resolutions because some men break them To resolve to do right dues not mean necessarily that one will keep the promise but such pur pose whether outwardly expressed or Inwardly understood Is proof that the Individual Is conscious uf abiding sin of no mo sort It Is tho selfrighteous Individual who Is In danger Good resolutions are born of repentance and repentance when genuine Is a cardinal vir tue The self rigideous fellow does not resolve to do better because hit vanity tells hint there Is nothing wrong In his makoup lie may go along committing blunders every day sail doing no end of mischief Such a Ivllow Is beyond redemption Like Kphralm of old he Is Jollied to his Idols and should be lilt alone Doubtless there are many thought Ins and some insincere good resolves- made on New Years day Nevertbe eis It Is a good thing that many withreleeuul better It It a marked and glorl Hl improvement upon the custom 11 no general but now thank CId iisilote of men going from house to house paying calls and guxzling vim ir stronger drink until before tin hueIt Is a great deal better for a ninn resolve n hundred times sad tall in two resolve than to gj along con 11IIed with his lot of sin and Hh mc There Is hope for a man lust its long as there abides In him drlre fur what U better It Is well to enter Into argu mint with ones self only after duo deliberation but a broken pledge io do right Is far better than no pledge atallThere Is nothing strange In associa Ion of good resolves with the dawn ot- a new year On the contrary the oc melon Is one tbat suggests just such a general practice The old year hits ended Its memories suggest sins ominltlcd while conscience slept practices that degraded the moral Man follies that brought shame and vices that weakened body and brain list memory Is not all Ilody and mind lilt the sensible man that suck pra Urea end In physical wreck and moral do cayThe year Is new and clean Till run Just risen looks upon It for the nrt time Men of business rinse IllItheir pagnfl for the year ended and Uttn new and fresh ones for the new year that has dawned They figure out a curatoly their losses smith their gain In tlje old year subtracting one from the other As the merchant begins tile year mew why may not the moral nature Df a man hit renewed If the inemutlea if the past your and the physical thortvomlngs of the present suggest he need of n striving after what III ilghrr and bettor That time practice line been abused s no argument against IU use That wine men have made good resolutions StrlvillalIfrnay raise his standard to high a not o be able to attain It but them In rlruie in every attempt to mate letter rimes life Indeed one may find at time losing of a lung life that hi has tiled butt to fall nol yet his very efforts to do right will bt counted to him fog righteousness The objection Is If It can he called nn objection that men fire too munch Influenced by special occasions foi special efforts There Is no moro vir time In New Years Day than thoro Is In All Fouls Day It would seem fool ishness to wult for city such time or season for a starling period In right living The present Is tho time for action and one day Is as good ns an other In tho sight of Uod as well at of men r Hut the atnn who hoi rlllt off the cll7Jof resolves to be Rood until thin dawn of the new year will strengthen 11ltnIself nnd work righteousness by start lug out clean with tbe year He will only hurt himself by devoting too much time to resolving What Inmost needs Is to arold the pitfalls and snares which formerly overcame him He has need to change resolves anion It Is his duty to InlojIn order to know himself Bash tuIIUAPP1 Indeed In that Now Years for the man who having resolved In Its dawn to do right thuds at Its gloamlM promli1111I Deacon Joodlf Cherr up my inctu youll be out on tbll first of the year diiDeacon UOINII oh you ran no late the coal bunions or start a plotnMn shop AT II3n i One kiss he begged bur I go Well take It but you cannot hut another one this year And then the lurk struck the Now Year The flew Years Cr viilng 1Itqtio sI Iw th4 aa Ir baI aItIlr gJaArlr WIIITae h4testW4 uItIIIo a o 4 vitIul ro- ik itretnA7 trodIdulByre rherPatAixl Wdbt hadblAay JTTh airKorthbar Ir ro 1110 IlUMni Imo Arujtfh from lltn inrlli lti lakp eta4AalMat a outfit lwnwMali 1 1 taiaitKiHblatfMaiillaHark tlia wit bUIoO Ialaa1lawtre ay Tu Sew Veer oaltrtli llthM yew alraWltkOIUrlnlo ntrrlhIfI1rlugudyfur ofmlttakitr rynanonhaiiihebtrtllt year JIADclTcl llAltlUUOU rw l 5 Taacies fr J Lads Lassies J I MOST VENOMOUS SNAKE llnixlril Colirii nt Inillii tlir Illrrrl Ciu f of Iliiinlriil ul llmlti Ittirrl Vciir One of the mOil Interesting ni well us the most deadly of all snakes III i lie hooded cobra of noun In that j 111It1 hundreds of people die every the venomous bite of these PlIIt s As It lea coiled up In n llttlo heap in ire cage It loulu Inoffensive vuinivh and not nearly so unpleasant nr stuVtslkd ebony moccasins Hut wb ji ridted the cobra rears up lu lead and about onetblnl of IU body and we tow see the reason for the tuttne hooded The ribs Just back of the had are very long and slender and when they are extended Straight out from the body the skin stretched between bin forms a curved shield or hood around the head On the bark of this hood In the adult snake In a mast remarkable ornament looking Ilk two eyes with a pair of spectacles aopfec and all la no two suakei Is this ornamnt exactly allkeandiomp Individuals lath H altogether When the snake sways back and forth all ready to strike Its tongue ntaylti like lightning one may indeed tie glad that a ihlrk sheet of glass U between Mm and this terrible threat of death But one must remember that this tongue baa nothing to do with the t venom or bite the polsoti fluid bHug otured op In little SMS nod when the twak strikes It Is forced down and out through the hollow teeth Tills hi the snake which the make I eliArners of the unit use In their per formance and the photograph shown a sofcVo In ono or the vary baskets which these strange people use The laujdc of the lIul111 evidently excites It ota to spread their roods as does the prewsjoe of fool When the hood Is not In me It In doled back upon ilio neck nail folds au neatly between the ribs that It illsnp Ire aitd the neck of thus tanks shews a liD10 III t ItMt re KUI 111 n ik harm tr liaikft i no sign c1 being ilirrerent In structure from that of onllimry sissies The cobra Mininllinea grows to n length of six feet nnil utters finds Its way Into the walls anti roofs of hwisci bdnt fond of the mla which abound in such place In India These snakes v r go shoal pairs mid they never tray far from each otlur The ornate lays about 12 eggs which are neArly large as those of u pigeon white and very soft shelled The native of Indln have wliat they call snake stoaes which are ury inroos and absorbing substances and when these are applied to the wound they draw up H conslderalle qunnMly of Mood How such crude treatment Iran over effect a cure seems meted Iris but many Instances have been re l ported by englishmen where deception Ildyyoung snake ADI furry creature the mongiiiHre In ttio cobras worst enemy Allowing great r skill ana cunning In attacking and e avoiding the fangs of the reptile The t quake is invariably killed In these en fcoutltCf TliP rrnul of luitKrrimtil Tho temple of the Juggernaut Is In Dongal Indln Every year In March occurs what Is Known an the festival of Juggernaut when the Idols are all token out of thou temple and on cars or chariots nro drawn to visit their countryhoute which Is about a mite nml n halt from the temple These chariots are drawn by people and it- istrun that In former years the 01 melee of tlir gods In their transports of religious frenzy would throw them selves under the cars and bo crushed to death by the moving vehicles but no occurrences of this kind have been permltttd during the past century or more Tilt Philippine Inland ii The Philippine Islands wore discov f erect by Magellan tho Portuguese navl gator In March IGS1 They were tnkon 4 possession of by a fleet from Mexico In irOC which first stopped at the Island of Zulu and subdued It Fl7o years later in 1670 a settlement was effect ed at tho mouth of the Manila river and Manila then became the capital of the Spanish possesslono In the Phil ippines RIDES A TORTOISE fJrrmnii An mill Triilnrr lint n Stee- dtthlrlttttbuugh Slurs h Siitil In llr SIr No 00inlleanhour automobile or wild Arabian ting for this gentleman He much prof en deliberate and imlu fully slow travul via tortoiseback us the picture shows The rider Is an ani mat trainer In German menagerie and his specialty Is educating huge South Sea Island tortoises for racing purposes Not they are designed to i pent the proverbial competition with the hare IIIUKM A Vfl iU STtEt but to strive with one another Ills method Is to mount the shell of one ol these huge creatures and urge It on to a designated goal by holding before Its expectant beak a bunch of fresh and tempting lettuce or other vegetable particularly pleasing to the tortols palate FOX FOOLED TILE WOLF An Anlmiil Mnr ullli n Mural Ulilrli IIIlh OrlKlii AIIKMIK Ilifl Iroluub indtin AI everybody knows the wolf tales the fox According to the Iroquois In dians this Is why One cold wintry day a fox who was prowling about looking to see where he wagunIwas some were taking home their days catch Ah 1m wild the cunning fox Hero comes my dinner and he fell down uy the roadside and pretended to be dead The fishermen seeing him picked Ian up and threw him Into the wagon among the fish Thou the fox slyly threw out some dais and when the fish ermen were rot looking jumped out himself aud made ofT with the nah he had thrown out Pretty soon afterward he met n wolf who said I u in hungry and guest I will ont you for my dinner Hut the fox 111111oultl you not rather have fish for dinner The wolf rrpllud that on the whole he thought tie would prefer fish Then the cunning fox told him of tho trick by which he hud just got his own tilt ner nnd advised him to try It Tune wolf was pleased at the Idea and to he ran through the woods nnd head od off the team whirl the fishermen were driving falling down In the rued In front of It Rna pretending to be dead Hut tin flilicrmen who had by thin time discovered tho trick time fox had played upon thim Instead of tail lug hint Into tho woart beat him with oliibd so that ho barely escaped with his life And on n hillside near by sat tho fox who laughed and laughed BABY PAULINES YARN- I lllli Clrl ullli lnrK Ininulnnllor Pros od lIr1 r Itqunl III Sudden urea eery Little Pauline Is about live year old and has n large Iraaglimtlon She maker the wildest HtatfiiuiilH with the most demure air salt thou puts her head on one side and watchts with dancing eyes to sea If you took in the Joke Tlio rooD of a lomlly friend Is a refiiilar curiosltj shop for liar She has sut and JiMvnu by tin lour to description of vuiloui odd things that are III the collection oi luihas played with It when her btst beloved dull laud lust Its charms One day she walled Into the room with an exceed lustytorlmd ulr IWhnl uo you flul1 she said kuow Im sure A bear was the reply No till I sawn a little girl what hall swallowed a magnet and what Uo you link happened tohir Kvewy time ibo goes to cat her spoon hops down her troat nail the other day she was playing wlf sumo nails and the lest ling site 1m owed she swallowed em and her mother give d bur n penny to buy some candy wlf mid site swallowed it fore she got to line store Aint that drefflo site exclaimed Fearful What did they io for her She paused n moment evidently unprepared for such n question but her In vontlon was equal to the emergency Why sho tall with ME eyes and bated breath they got a great big mag opcmoII1r Kentucky PickUps HAS A FORCE AT WORK Believed Cold In Paying Quantities Was Found In Kentucky Ashland Ky Dec 18J C Hrsck m the voltran IVnnylvann oil oper ator who hoe sunk several dry holes In Johnson and laurel eoo ales Ken lucky during the past 16 years was here Thursday and be now strongly believes he has found gold quarts In paying quantities on the John C Ba ker farm In the law lap section of Johnson county Kir Dracken states he Is confident the ore will produce 100 in gold to the ton The quart la located few feet under the boil of time crock Itnltlr Bracken has a forco at work making xcavntlons preparatory to beginning active opera dons EVANGELICAL WORK Dlble Students Will Spend Chrlatmai Vacation In the Mountains Iexloglon Ky Dec 18 Fourteen Bible iludenta of Kentucky university arranged Thursday night to spend ttolr Christmas vacation In evangelical work In the Kentucky mountains A large nnmber of Kentucky university students spent last summer In tbe mountains with gratifying results The nible college of Kentucky university Is the principal theological Institution of the Christian denomination In tbe world and will send a small array of Bible students Into the mountains next summer DOUBLE WEDDING Minister Tied Two Knot While on His Own Bridal Tour exlugton ICy Dee UlWblle their train was running 50 miles an hour between Itlchmomd and Nlholasrllle the Rev E 0 fleck who was himself on bis bridal tour en routu to Louis vlll performed the ceremony uniting huh Rice and Motile Clark sod Em bry Clark and Resale Alexander The trainmen held the couples on their fret to steady them front the vio lent motion of the train First Woman Candidate loxlliRton Ky Dec ISrhedemo cratic committee sot Kebrmry 10 fur the primary to nominate candidates for county offices In the election of November 1M4 Ior the ilmt lime in this county there Is n woman canal date namely Mrs Clarence Fnlcotitr who Is contesting the nomination for rmtnty siiiriiitcndent wits Prof J It Clark The Alexandria Traction Line Newport Ky Dw IS A meeting of the stockholders of the Newport nail Alexandria Traction Co wll ho hell In Alexandria on January i Cut A So terry stated that work on tie rood lied been Impeded on account of tho contention over the right of way through the streets of Newport Panic on a Train Frankfort Ky Dec 18An ammo nia heating stove In use on the U N Frankfort accommodation trnlu leaving Loulsvlllt Tiursday afternoon exploded with terrific force west of Chrlntltumburg Thursday night creat big a panic among the passengers In the smoking ear Vigilance Committee Fired Grog Shop Clinton Ky Dec ISA vigilance committee set lire to n IIOIIHO In tlio out skirts of the city which two nun hail Mocked with whisky Thu build iii vag iloalroyed but noel of the whUUy was saved One of the men who Fns bleeping In the building hail p narrow c cnpp To Sell West Point loulsvillp Ky Doc ISDr Ire wilt of this city left hero to make a proposition to the war department lonklnx toward the sale of the West Point t Ky ground on which the re Clint military maneuvers were held The government may buy the land Loraine Mix Made Assistant Frankfort Ky Dec 18Attorney irneral elect No II Hays bas already taken up his residence In Frankfort preparatory to taking the ortb of office cm January 1 The assistant In his of flcp will he lornlne Mix a young Lou isville attorney J E Sandusky Still Alive Ilopkliwlllc Ky Doe ISA letter from Dixon Tate from J San dusky addressed to Mayor Jouett lien ry denies that the former was mur tiered by Negroes near Pembroke on November 11 Uo writes that he U rapt and well Master Commissioners Appointed Lancaster Ky Dec IS Circuit Judgeelect Molt has appointed the fol lowing muster commlsslonirs In his district composed of four counties Gnrrnrd J M Itotha ell Mncolu Oeo Sniilloy Boyle Reed Nichols Mercer Leo Curry Car Works Site Chosen Henderson 1y1ee SThe board of directors of tbo Henderson Car Works Co which wa capitalized n week HBO nt 1000000 Thursday so loctcil for the site 21 acres nil but one acre of which Is In tlio city limits Three Pecple Cremated Ashland Ky Dec 18 Benjamin Benedict Ills wife and their 3yearolil daughter were burned to death and a 17 yoar old daughter badly Injured In n lire which destroyed their homo Thursday The Third Infantry now nt Fort Thomas Ky will be sent to Canton to guard McKluleys tomb FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Serslon Washington Dec 12SenateTherewere two speeches In tiie senate Fri day on the Cuban reciprocity bill one of thorn a statement by n democrat In support of tho bill and the other by a republican In opposition to It The oppoHtifr speech was made by Mr hard Calj who contended that the United States was under no obligation to pave further aid to Cuba osporiaJi when to do so we must pursue a course Injurious to our own Industries Mr McCreary Ky made his malt n speech In tie senate and supported the bill an In lino with our past mag nanimous course towards Cuba and especially because he believed It to be a step towaid tariff reform Hoiue The birth of tho republic of Panama and Its recognition by this government was the subject of a spir lied debate in the house Mr Dins more Idem Ark during consideration of the pensions appropriation bill severely criticised the administration In connection with the canal and Mr Hltt rep III chairman of the for eign affaiis committee replied In a vig orous drfenre of tie president and his Central American policy Nearly the whole of the four hours session was taken up In a discussion of tho isthmian olstlon House adjourned over until Monday WnsilnRton Del 1FiSenateTh senate spent the day on the Cuban bill most of the time being occupied by Mr Ratify Tex In an elaborate argu meet airaitigl the constitutionality of the proceedings He claimed that the treaty changing the revenue laws that was not dust authorized by legislation originating In the house of representa OPPOSedicy Brief speeches were made by SID LodgeHouse for a little more than four hours Monday during which time there was n general discussion on varied topic The pen salon appropriation bill was before the house lint no conclusion on It was reached Washington ner 10BenaloTbes- enate continued true debate on the Cuban bill Tuesday Mr Perkins Cal spoke for the measure as did Mr Simmons N C Mr McCumber N D opposed it Mr Patterson Col made An extended speech against the bill during which there were numerous colloquies between himself Mr Aldrlcii and Mr Dolllver With the former there was quite n lively debate on the tariff In which Mr Aldrich said the duty on sugar was too hlgi Mr Dolllver replied to suggestions made by Mr Patterson that Roy Cummins of Iowa hail changed bin tariff views after having visited the white house Home Hural free delivery rod procity with Canada and the new re public of Panama were topics of die ciisslon lu the house The subject of byMrthat certain stales had been favored In the establishment of routes This allcpntlon resulted In a lively discus sion Mr Hepburn rep In and Mr Hemenway roil Ind among others replied on the republican side Mr Cmmpacker rep Ind defended the course pursued by tbe administration In tooling with the Central American situation and replied to criticisms oppositedie17SenateBythe carryfugwith Cuba The final vote came at tao close of the tiny which was marked by a debate which while nt all times animated was never acrimonious The principal speeches were maJo by Mr Spoonor for the bill and by Mr Bailey against it The bill paused carries into execution the treaty between the United States nail Cuba which was Jlrold8from the rates of duty under the Dine importedhitoreduction of from 20 to 10 per cent from tho established Cuban duty on articles Into Culm from the United States Alter the passage of tho Cu lion treaty the senate agreed to the louse resolution providing for a holi day recess from December to Jan uary louseCentral American affair were dUcimsed In the house and akin pension Industrial aid agrlcullurar conditions and labor Tho session last ed moro than four hours the house being in committee of the whole nl most tho entire time on tbe pension appropriation bill on which no con elusion was readied Mr Llnd Uom Minn referring to nn editorial pub dished fn n home tester which lie said reflected on his relations wllh Mr Williams the minority loader stated thnt ho desired to say that his rela tions with Mr Williams were of the most cordial character Washington Dec lSSlnatoThlsenate Thursday was the scene of a most Importaue debate on the isth mian canal question as affected by the presidents recognition of thin Inde pendence of the republic of Panama The discussion begun with o speech by Mr Hoar on his resolution of Inquiry anti lasted several hours lu addition to Mr Hoars address there were speeches by Mr Gorman amid Mr For nkor All three wore notable utter ances anil of historical interest House The house passed without division the pension appropriation iilll carrying S 1381150100 While till bill was itndor consideration there was n general discussion on Panama rural free delivery tariff and pensions speeches being made by Messrs Scott rep Inn lets diem Ind Sims diem Tenn timid burgess dent luxL Will AffiMate With the F of L Washington Doc 18110 executive council of the American Federation of Labor received a telegram from the president of the American Flint Glass Workers union saying that the organ ization had declared In favor of af filiation with the F ofhIndian Agricultural School Washington Dec ISTho senate committee on Indian affairs favorably reported limo bill to establish an Indian agricultural school near Walipeton N D The bill carries an appropriation ol 100000 t CUBAN BILL SIGNED rIm rrositloiit Attached Ibis Sig nature Thursday Afternoon Preset jceucs a Proclamation De err That the Convention As Amended ty the United States Senate Goes Into Effect Washington Dec 1STie president eN ned tie Cuban reciprocity bill a fr l minutes before oclock Thursday afternoon President Roosevelt Issued the Cot lowing proclamation announcing the nulflcutlon of the reciprocity treaty between the United States and Cuba Bv the President of the United States of America A Proclamation Whereas A convention between tho United States of America mid tho re public of Cuba to facilitate their com merclal intercourse by Improving the conditions cf trade between tho two countries was concluded and signed by their respective plenipotentiaries at the city of Havana on the 11th day of December 1902 the crlglnal of w bleb convention being In the KnglUU and Spanish languages was amended by the senate of the United States And Whereas Uy the terms of the said convention It Is provided that the ratifications therefore should be ex changed at the city of Washington as soon as may be before tbe 71st day of January 1M3 which period was by a supplementary convention signed by the respective plenipotentiaries of the two countries on January 2C 1003 extended to the 81st day of March 1013 And Wherean The sold convention of December 11 1902 as amended by the senate of the United Htates and the said supplementary convention of January 2C 1903 have been duly rat fled on both parts and the ratifications of tic two governments were exchnng rl In the city of Washington on the Slst day of March 1903 And Whereas By Its resolution of March 19 1803 the senate rf the United States added to tho cnj of artlco the sold convention of December 11 1902 tho following amendment This convention shall not take effect until the same shall have been ap proved by the congress And Wicreas The congress gavo Its approval to the said convention by an act approved Docomber 17 1903 entitled An act to carry Into effect a convention between the United Stats and the republic of Cuba tlgnd on the 11th day of December in the year 1902And Whereas Satlsf tory evi dense has been rocclvei by tho president of the UnlteJ States that the republic of Cuba Las nno provision to give full offer pto the arti cles of the said convention Now Therefore De It known that I Tneodoro Roosevelt president of Vie UnllcHl States of America In conform ity with the said act of congress do hereby declare and proclaim the salt convention as amended by the senate nf time United States to be in effect on the 10th day from tho date of this my I have caused the saUl convention as amended by the senate of the United Status to be made pub lic to the end that tie same and every clause thereof amended may be ob served and fulfilled with good faith by tle United States and the citizens thereof In testimony whereof I have here unto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States of America to bo affixed Done at the City of Washington this llh day of December in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hun tired anti three and of tho Independ ence of the United States 12Sth Signed THBODOHE ROOSEVELT- Dy the president JOHN HAY Secretary of State A HISTORICAL PEN The One With Which the Cuban Treaty Was Signed Washington Dec STlto greatest dispatch was used In getting the Cu ban bill started to the white house Thursday for signature of the presi dent Senor Don Gonzalo do Qnusnda wns at the capitol when the congress was convened and he offered a pen for the signatures necessary to make the reciprocity treaty operative Tho pen was n gold one with a lighly orna mented holder It was used by Speak er Cannon President Pro Tern Fryo anti Alexander McDowwell clerk nf time house It accompanied the bill to the white house where It wns used by President Hoosevelt The pen will bo sent to Havana where It will bo placed on Call bit Ion In the Cuban palace Suffering From Cancer Paris Dec 18The Journal hears from Berlin that tho Princess Char lotte of SaxeMolnlngen n sister of Emperor William wao has been for some time la suffering from canor General Electoral Bill Passed Havana Dec 1SThe senate passed the general electoral bill which covers nil murmur of elections methods of registration and other details The date of tho election for half of Uio members of congress Is fixed for Feb ruary ZS The Price of Steel row York Dec 18 Representatives of tho steel plate pool wore In session here Thursday and atnrmcd tho pres ent price namely JlOO per 100 pounds nt Plttsburg Flvo companies were represented ONE nusimii UOLLAKS A BOX Is tho value H A Tisdale Sum morton S C places on DaWitta Witch Hazel Salve He saysI huh the pilos for twenty years I tried many doctors nnd medicines but all failed except Do Witts Witch IJnzel Salvo It cured me It is a combi nation of tho healing properties of Witch Hazel with nntifeplies nnd em oillionts relieves and p TMI ulontlyEcures blind bleeding itching and protruding piles nores cuts bruison uzema salt ihtnim and nil skin di scaaen Sold by East End Drug Co Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000Surplus We solicit your patronage 1 JAMES BENNETT Pm- S S PARKES Cashier Itnllnrd Horrlinunil Syrup relieves hoarse croupy IamiStearns Druggist Shullsburg Wis consin writes May 20 1901 I have boon selling Bollards llorohoutid Syrup for two years and have never had u preparation that has given bettor satisfaction I notice that when I sell B bottle they como back for moro I can honestly recommend it 25c 50c and 100 at East End Drug Store rwe promptly obtain B and ForclC10 i ProdGood for CliHUre The pleasant to take and harmless Ono Minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough Croup aud LaGrippe because it does not immediately pass into tho stom ach but takes effect right m tho seat of the trouble It draws out the in j Humiliation heals andsoothes RilL cures permanently by enabling tho lungs to contribute pure lifo gir ing and life austaiuiug oxygen lo the blood and tissues Dr Aitmtroug of Delia Tex prescribes it daily nUll says there is no butter cough remedy made Sold by East Eud Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Watch nUll clock repairing are the specialties of Williams whop Agency I N Laundry Tako nil your troubles to him Work guaranteed EARLYTIII RISERS LITTLE rilLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headseha TorplJ Liver Jaun dice Diulnesi and all troubles aria Inj from an Inactive or sluggish liver DeWlttn Little Early Risers ate un promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure to lake Ihem One to two act as a mild laxative two or lour act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They Are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver TJtlMAlU Stiff IT Till riKFAltD n- It C DcWltt A Co Chicago i u THE CITIZEN t BRIEF AND TO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Clew Is Siilil to Have HPPII Kniitul la- Ventz CllUt TVO llOlliMMcl UIIIIII In PUIIIHSC 1 lull nf SlioiIH Hire trlclitii Crushed to Deulli- MlctdUsboro Ky POP 21 Will Nelms and Phil Haynes in jail at Plnevllle charged with the murder of Allco Nelms have confessed to the murder and assert they were pall to do It by Charles Nelms a divorced husband who was arrested In Asho vlllo N C They also allege that Charley Nelms was Implicated In the VenU disappearance This Is not confirmed by anything except the fact that he came from Dig Stone Gap shortly after Wentz disappeared and this may give a clew to the myster ious case Married on a Flying Train Lexington Ky Dec ISWhllo the train was running fifty miles an hour between Richmond and XlcholnsvllK1 Hov E O Beck who was himself on his bridal tour en route to Louisville performed a double ceremony unit ing Rush Rice and Mollle Clark and Fred Clark and Bessie Alexander The trainmen attended and steadied the couples as the train rounded curvesKentucky Court Reversed Washington Dec 15The United States supreme court decided the case case of the Deposit bank of Frankfort Ky against the city of Frankfort in favor of the bank thus reversing the Kentucky court of ap peals The case involved the right of the city to levy certain taxes under the Hewitt act which the bank re telsted Neighbor Shot Boy Hamlin W Va Dec 1C William Copley attempted to brain his aged father with a stick of stovewood anti William Burns a neighbor became incensed at the lad who was beat- Ing the prostrate form of the father that he drew a gun and shot the boy fatally The aged Copley will probably die also Burns surrendered Retired Merchant Dead Louisville Ky Dec lAnton Pracht aged 70 a retired merchant theiThree Persons Perish r Ashland Ky Dec 18 Benjamin f Benedick his wife and their 3year old daughter were burned to death and a 17 year old daughter badly in 1 jured In a fire which destroyed their home yWanted In Tennessee Dec 21Lowls- J Cameron of this city Is under arrest 1 J in Knoxville Tenn charged with the holdups committed there Friday p night Crushed by His Own Wagon 1Jackson Ky Dec 21Albert Fu quo of county an employe of the Dean Tie company was killed by being run over by hs own wagon Crushed to Death Louisville Ky Dec 21 Ben Stoorr aged 20 an electrician was t crushed to death by an elevator in the Louisville Trust building Captured In North Carolina Middlesboro Ky Dec 21Charles tNelllns charged with killing Alice his divorced wife has been captured in North Carolina Alleges False Arrest Henderson Ky Dec 21 W L Brans sued Sheriff Henry Dixon for 10000 damages alleging false ar rest Caught After Long Chase Norfolk Va Dec 21After a chase of 3000 miles extending from San Diego Cat to Norfolk and last ing from June 15 Thomas J Blake alias Ed Hall was arrested here accused of being a deserter from the navy and a murderer Detective Ulysses Grant Bonner of St Louis has been shadowing Blake since last June Ho followed him from California to Missouri and made the arrest there While being brought east Blake managed to escape He was followed by Bonner to Norfolk and a second arrest was made here Satur day night but Blake again escaped He caught a train to Norfolk but was picked up by a constable as being suspicious Dead Miners Found Houghton Mich Dec 21A party of miners reached the surface from the old workings of the Grand Portage section of the Isle Royale mine- having been down four hours and rev t I port finding the bodies of Charles Pe l terson aged 42 his son Axel 21 and John Gregorvlch where they had been overcome by gas while fleeing from the fire in the shaft of the Isle Royale mine Noted Lawyer Dead Detroit Dec 21E W Meddaugh for many years general counsel of the Grand Trunk railroad died at his residence at Grosse Point farm after failureIcause of death Mr Med Jmediatewho was 70 years of age wan New York state Fire In a Mine l Sullivan Ind Dec 21Flre which t broke out in the Citizens company mine Sunday morning is still raging j Noble Burton and Richard Jones who went down tho shaft were overcome r by smoke and rescued with difficulty whichI 1 FARMERS ATTENTION I Do you wish to get moro money out of your land Then send your brightest lay to Derra this winter He can take bo stiles other studies instruction in Fruit Culture Farm Management improvement ot soils etcor th Caro of Cattle Some of your neighbors are sending their children and you do not wish your family to be left behind Music In Bern LEARN TO PLAT TilE OIIOAN This is au accomplishment that every young lady desires to possess The organ is the musical instrument most used in our hones It will bo a great pleasure to you to know how to entertain youa parents and friends and to assist in Sunday school work A terms work in organ costs only flee dollars and for two dollars more you have the use ofa high priced organ for one hour a day through the twelve weeks Some of our girlart now earning money by teaching music at their homes IEARS TO SINO BASS Of tenor It is a source of satisfaction to a young intu to be able to read part music more than that it is invaluable as an aid to school or church work andas a social introduc tin among the best people every where Classes of young people which met twice a week to study part singing under Prof Wearer himielf are formed each term and are AUSO LUTELT FREt ALTO and SOPRANO are also taught in the same classes Notice Tke longs learned in these Choral Classes as they are called are just the thing to use in your school and Sunday school exhibitions Carpentry Study Apprentice Curs CAS Tot Mend a wagon Put up a corn inbT Make a neat bedstead TIEarn t2 a day with tools Put up a shelf in tho kitchen If you cannot do these things and if you would like to be handy with tools let us help you We hare rlgu lar classes in this kind of worksix men are employed to teachwoodwork alone You will have the lest grade of tools loaned you and as soon asI you show yourself a good workman you will be PAID for the work you doI andso earn a part of jour expenses in school The new chapel is to be built by our students and now la the time to get training for such workIMachinery It would pay you to come to Berea just to examine the steam andelec trio machinery in our buildings turning lathes planing andmorticing machines printing presses a brickI making plant a laundry an electric light plant and a steam heating plant are some of the features in which you would bo interested Students operate all these Why not be one of them r IfYou Want to See Any College Officer President Frost Treasurer Osborne and Secretary Gamble are busy men glad to see their friends however and they are always in tho Green Build ing with the cedar porch for an hour in the morning right after College Prayers Their hour to do business is U4B a m At the same hour you can find the Dean of Women Miss Robinson in her office at Ladies Hall and the Dean of the Collegiate Normal and Preparatory Departments as well as the College Registrar in their offices in Lincoln Hall Tutor Dizney Proctor for men and boys of the Model Schools has hiI office in the old Treasurer Building next to the fence Call at the office hour JMfi am A vigilance committee composed of fifty men and boys set fire to a whisky shop in which two men were sleeping at Clinton Ky The occupants had a narrow escape for their lives IfleHoli1 C mesfio different gamesall new one in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Orocere 1= F Y COLLEGE ITEMS The teachers were all at their posts and tho examinations passed oil pleasantly The occupying of tho now rooms iu the Mens Industrial Building 1Mn sightesee Building winking across the public square to the lights in Ladies Hall Tho annual concert ofthe Uarmouia Society will occur tonight at the Taberdacle beginning at 7 oclock They will renderlthe exquisite cantata Bethlehem Tho faithful practice which tho Society has been doing under the direction of Prof W W Weaver matures u fine concert Ad mission only 10 cents Saturday night there was a groat exhibition in the Tabernacle using the electric light and the great store opticou showing immense bright pictures The College bus recently received a gift of a large number of steroopticon views Those exhibited InldiansStudents in tho early 90n will pleasantly remember Miss Maud S Mackey of Richmond now Mrs Walker of Lexington She willlmve the deep sympathy of old friends in the death on the 10th instant of her bright little boy und only child Johnnie at the age of J years 10 months and 12 days A ease of ap pendicitis required an operatiouwhich resulted fatally The opening of the winter term was in all respects unusually pleasant Careful arrangements had been made so that the students who were regis tering could be waited on very promptly and live hundred were ao tually enrolled on Tuesday before the term opened It was a slower process settling with the Treasurer but nearly four hundred were able to got through the Treasurers ollico in one day Some improvements will be made next year On Friday night thero were a number of very pleasant socials for the students from different counties There are unusually fine delegations of students front all the counties of eastern Kentucky The students Irom Leslie and Letcher counties met the home of Secretary Gamble those from Rcckcastle and Clay atI the home of Prof Mush those from Laurel wore entertained by Miss Robinson those from Perry by Mr IIol liday those from Harlau and Knox by Tutor Diznoy those from Magof fin by Prof and Mrs Dinsmore those from Owsley by Mr Seale and Miss Raymond those from Jackson by Miss Minckley and Miss Bryant those from Pulaski and Casey by Tutor and Mrs Lewis the colored students by Provident Frost auto others at the Ladies Hall and else where We shall boa le to hold a State convention and have most of tho counties of Kentucky represented A Christian Workers Training Class has been organized for yourg men who wish preparation for conducting Sundayschools Bible readings and other religious work The class meets in No 6 Lincolu Hall Rev Mr Shouse gives lessons on the New Testament Tuesday nights at Ii r and Saturday mornings at 9 Rev Mr Deithick gives lessons on the Old Testament on Wednesday nights at 6 and Saturday morning at H5Jrosi dent Frost gives lessons on conducting religious meetings Thursday nights at 6 and Saturday mornings at 1030 Rev Mr Thomson gives lessons on Christian Truth Friday nights at 6 and Saturday mornings at 11 1C These teachers represent different Christian bodies and all the instruction is to be earnestly religious and spiritual but not sectarian These teachers are working without appoint ment or pay from the College but with its good will and we hope many communities will be benefited by the work which may be done by young men trained in this Clas- sUnnecessary Alarm Thero has been a little panic among some of our readers and we have tak en some pains to get at all the tact The mild form of smallpox which has lurked in all parts of our State has several times come to the edges 01I Berea and been stopped by proper precautions This year those precau tions were neglected and tho disease reached a child of Harden Golden and an older eon of Mr Dalton in the village itself The Board of Health at once ap pointed Dr Switzer who promptly stopped the neighbors from exposing themselves by calling at these houses Dr Cornelius procured materials for vaccination of an improved kind free from all dangers and a large number of students and citizens insured thorn seltes by vaccination Only one student fret 1erkfnn of Casey county now hoarding at tho Daltouc has been caught by the contagion Arch Brandenburg of Oivtiley county line been sick and hits bell placed iu n room by lima self but ho does not show the symp toms of smallpox Pros Frost says Our students withstood tho panic well Wo have fifty more than ever before and nine teen joined yesterday Out of nearly 700 already reiristerod only have left and I of these did so because they could not keep tho rules of the Institution More than this usually leave through homesickness Those who left through fear are likely to rev turnDr Switzer snyp I always advise every one to bo vaccinated All pos sible precautions have boon taken and I do not see how wo can have much further trouble Dr Cornelius says j Parents who have children iu Berea nood havo no alarm All things considered tho young people aro safer in Bores than they would be at home NOTICE TO BE VACCINATED OHicfl of tho County Board of Health i By virtue of the authority vested iu it by law the County Board of Health respectfully requests you to be vaccinated within tho next fortyeight hours By order of the Board Howard Switzer MD Berea Ky Dec 21 Health Ollicer LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs J M Hart is quite sick at her homo on Center Strt tIMr C C Wallace has been reap pointed Postmaster at Richmond Mrs Lizzie Ilayden of Hyattnville was hero last week to outer her laughter Ida in school- S L Clark SupL of tho brickyard is taking a trip through Maryland looking up old friends G R Roberts spoilt vacation week at Science lull tho guest of Rev smith Mrs P D Smith A quantity of ice was put up the latter part of last week It was from fivo to six inches thick Mrs J J Brauainau and Mrs G T Spencer were Richmond visitors on Monday of this week Miss Jennie Hanson is in Cincinnati caring for her silter Irs Mamie Hanson Jones through a siege of fever Mrs L V Dodge loft Saturday for Crbana Ohio where she will make an extended visit with Prof E G DodgeC Johnson of McCreary Gar rani county is making a two weeks visit with his numerous relatives in this vicinity Mrs James E Hulott who has been sick for the past four weeks from pneumonia is improving slowly but is not able to leave her room Tho Christmas cantata Around the World with Santa Claus will bo given at the Baptist Church tonight by the Sundayschool All aro invited Lowis Ballard returned Sunday from Chagrin Falls Ohio where he has been farming for over a year lIe willvisit his wife tied relatives here for the next two weeks Next Sunday morning pastor H M Shouse of the Baptist Church will begin a series of sermons on tho Ten Commandments A Now Years ser mon in tho evening You are cordially invitedQuito a little excitement was caused Friday when tho roof of Massies meat shop was discovered to be on fire Tho flames were promptly ex tinguished by those near by and little damage was done Those interested in Borea tho Lyceum Course that ought to mean everybody are reminded that tho course opens on Monday night JBnJth with Montaville Flowers great Mono loguo of The Battle of Waterloo Attorneyand Mrs C L Hanson and baby daughter Marie wont Sun day to Winchester remaining there guests of Mr and Mrs Will Hanson until Tuesday when they loft for Celina 0 to make an extenned visit with Mrs Hansons mother Mrs Tou Voile Ou last Thursday afternoon at two oclock Miss Nannie Bales was united in marriage to Mr Alson Baker by Rev H M Shouso Tho marriago took place at the home of Mr M D Settles at Big Hilland was a quiet wedding no invitations having been previously sent out The young couplo went at once to Mr Bakers homo near Panola After the holidays they will go to Louisville whero Mr Baker will continuo tho study of medicine aI 0 +01010 +o +oloo+o +o +o +o +oo+o +o +oto +o +OIot aIoIOOo- I a o I0- I EVERYBODY I 0 o WEARS J- I f SHOEStf ono why not woar good situ when wo soil you 0 gGOOD UPTODATE SHOES t+ 0o o 1 just as clump ns other pooplo soil you inferior ones tWeBro leaders for stylo wear and comfort marl you cant mliw 9 it if you buy Irom us r- o Anything and everything you want in mows furnishings and- o can please you in style and prico 1 Call in and look over our various lines so you au btt uonineod 1 1 Yours for business +o 0 Ioo MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY I + o+ + +O + +O +od O+ OlO +O +01 O +IO + +O +oq O +O + +O yoo+O +O +o DR FENNERS Kidney All DlMlMi Of the kidney LlaJJer urinary organs Also heart dlieat rheumatUm backache gravel drorel female Ha hIlS i vQt a lifetime curing Jut such cavs at yours All couiultalioas ire rUE I was anllrltd with kidney ll ra onnd travel and rtlnr eonttanllr worse Finally ono of thu gravel lu tujr tiUilritr 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plant food Io develop the numerous large oily seeds Is ro great that It cannot well be tmed ao a poll improver The Spanish variety IKANTTtf Lirrilt ANU IIIO eels an liumrn p crop of little thin HliclUd puts of excellent flavor They arc ton xmall for cnernl comninrclal ttse but meet a demand In the manu faetnm of fancy confectionery They Iale an excellent fattenlUK food fur hors which may bo pastured on tbo land after the lope are rut and showed to root out the nuts for thrmMlvM- Th 8panUh x iniii tnalur a ao quirk ly IL cuniMrlion with other kind that U may be grown as n garden plant In moat northern itati with n fair chance of good jlildn They should lie planted Dreftrably In light soil In rows llhe bush beans arid rwiuire about tlte tome culture Tb foliURr U neat and the Htttner hun brlicht ypiiow blooms are Yft pretty qunl stirring of the soil la toned rial In irnmotlug growth and In en abling the embryo nuts to bury them relvra la the soil In the natural way TIP nuts are very sent and plrannt when properly arrt Rail at partic ularly good keeper We hoe Leld them over two years In an ordinary c liar with no apparent dotrrtoratlan la Its lOr Commerrlal peanut are of n Inrpr tyH RvrraitlDK more than double tho size of the Spanish kind Tie shell are large slid long often containing three kernels or pcas Itvory effort Is made In curing these nuts to retain the fresh lirltttit straw color they have when taken from the soil The large nuts In the figure ort rent out na the New Mammoth They ore ImndwKiio and of very good iuallty In- C Pennsylvania this variety makes n nwil bnrh IS Inches high and ripens many of the mammoth thickshelled nuts but farther ninth we inderatnnd It II n strong runner nail very praline In yield KEEP UP AGITATION llonil ItiiinU U III Mirrl Coot If All bl lui Xrrl tuna Clninnr fur Their UiliililUliiuriil While the j r jple of this country have been oipandlnc their tnertlea and nienna in conirlbutloi the best nyrteni of railroads upon the earth there ban huUdlnlhlllhwa1There haa bet II no Adequate tem fur malntnlnlBR tn nod their condition In this are of nmoral dcveloprarut and luiproviment Is a oUgrace to a clvlltzid nationIt eem to be mottled beyond argu Mont that the public roads in this ountry are to bo Improved Argument It all on the aillrmallve tide and thtro Is Imo oppoeltion This only question to tcttl Is of ways and means nod tho attention of the people Is being direct ed ito national aid to road Improvement as outlined In the llrownlow bill In countries that are famed for their Rood roads their g rural government Is R largo factor In their General manage ment Nearly 100 year ago our nation al government was engaged In project lug and building extuirlve systems of public highways to develop the re sources of the country and probably would have continued such policy but fur tho rapid growth of steam eystemo that seemed better rallwaI tho nreds of the expanding the Increasing trafllc of the country WithIn recent years through the de partment of agriculture the ofllco of public road Inquiries was established and b maintained by yearly appropria tions from the public treasury resulting In great good In promoting roar Improvement und there has been an li II nott1assistanceIn to tho peoples call for government nld there has been made a safe and healthy beginning and It teem m opportune time to enlarge and extend tho work The very high branches of nn apple tree might na well be out down for though Iho finest apples grow there the winds blow most of them off prematurely Ure il tho calf to the halter before pic Is n mouth old 1 NATIONAL AID PLAN IVilrrnl Clnvrrnmrnt Qullr nIlreei lutrrotril In baud Mania n I Illvvra null llnrbur The bill for national old to road Im provement which Mr llrownlow of TeniitHEte proposes to rclntroduce In congress this winter promises to be i popular measure Solar It line met wltn very little opposition In fact tho ad vocates of tho measure ore anxious to develop some active opposition as this will help them to gel the subject before the people and ulve them an opportunity to show tho strength of their case One of the strongest arguments In faor of tho measure la that based on the river and harbor appropriations Legislation of this kind rests on a half century of precedents and no one seri ously thinks of objecting to It The only questions seriously discussed when n river and harbor bill comes up In congress are the amount to be voted and for what particular works of Improve meet the money shall be spent The general policy is thoroughly estab lished Congress has voted for Improve meats of this kind during tho past 50 years more than 100000000 and now an annual appropriation of 20000000 would bo looked upon as quite con fern tive The advocates of national aid to road Improvement claim that touch more can IM wild In favor of their scheme titan In favor of river and hal bor legislation and much loss against It Hath come under the general daM of Internal Improve ments about which there was so much heated dlirusilon In the early days of the republic The general arguments In favor of river and harbor appropriations may be summed up an follows IThey promote the general welfare 2 tho Improvements entail an expense too heavy Io be borne by tho people of the localities most directly interest ed and hence would never bo made If lip government refuted to foot the blip The same argument apply with equal force to the Improvement of the public highways Certainly no kind of Internal Improvement would do mure to promote the prosperity and the mural and Intel lectual Improvement of the matters It la also equally certain that this great work of Internal Improvement will remain undone to n great extent if the whole burden of the oxpriuc Is left to be carried by the people of rural neighborhood A century of experience In mutt of the older states ought to be enough to demonstrate this In fact no general progress toward good roads Is wing made except In n few states which have adopted the stale aid plan The policy of voting federal aid to road Improvement line throe great ad vantages over that of voting funds for river and harbor Improvements ae fol lowa1lrstWUlle the money votod for the latter piirpow Is collected from the whole people by taxation It In neces sarily expanded In limited localities tho Inhabitants of which receive the greater part of tho benefit In fact a great majority of time iwaplc of time tnlteil States receive no direct and but little Indirect benefit from these Improve ments On the other hand a federal ap propriation for roar Improvement would bo available for use In any sec lion Kvery state and almost every county and township could share In tho direct benefits while largo Indirect ben efits would come to the people of all cltle and towns Second The benefits lowing from an appropriation for river and harbor Im provement are strictly limited to the amount of money voted as no help Is required from the local communities lint the plan embodied In the Itrownlow hill merely contemplates that the gov ernment shall help the people who are willing to help thcmttl vc No community could enjoy time government aid until It had voted to raise n large share of the expense by local taxation Thus n federal appropriation for this purpose would produce benefits far beyond the limits of the amount voted Third One bad feature of the river anti harbor legislation Is the logrolls ing Indulged In by legislators who are anxious to wcuro funds for Improve hunts In their districts or fitntcs This often Injuriously affects legislation of nil kinds for ninny members subordinate everything else to tills National aid to road Improvement as now advo cated would be wholly free from this bad feature for thin funds would be equitably distributed according toa gen eral plan When the question has been fully presented and discussed in congress It If difficult to see how any member can logically vote for a river and harbor bill and refuse to support an appropriation to aid In Improving the highways of the country SWINGING MAIL BOX It n Simple Mltlc Contrtrnnrr not Our Tlml SBTK Jinny Slrp and Sonic Time It Is often most convenient to place a tinll box beyond a fence where It Is just 11OX IN POSITION out of reach and no gate Is near Why not use tho swinging mail box in the Illustration It can easily bo swung around until within reach and then re turned to ia former position Orinfie Jndd Farmer THE SUNDAY SCHOO L Lemon In the lsiernsil loon iirrlci for DiTvnilicr 27 IIHUI Itnvlvw- nuil Clirlddnnii I canon THE IKSSON TEXT Matt 2li Now when Joiui was born In lJtbtt hem of Judaea in the dale of lltrnd the king behold there came wise mm from the rait to Jerusalem 2 Saying Where le He that Is born king of the JewiT far we have Been JIll star In the tall and are come to worship Him 3 When Herod the king had heard these things he Will troubled and all Jerusalem with him And when he had gathered nit the chlel prlttti und scribe of the people together he demanded of them where Christ should be born 6 And they said unto him In Bethlehem of Judaea for thus It li written by tin prophet G And thou Bethlehem In the land ol Jude art not the least among the princes of Juda for out of thee shall come a Gov ernor that ihnll rule my people Israel 7 Then limed when he had privily called dlllJenllyhiltI And he sent them to Bethlehem and said Clo and search diligently for the young churl and when yo have found JIm bring me word again that r may conic und war ship Him alto theydeportedtaw In the cast went before then till It came and stood over where the young child was 10 Then they saw the star they rejoiced with exceeding great Joy And when they wire come Into the house they Haw the young child with Mary Ills mother nnd fell down and oqnidtheirmyrrh12ndtheydepentedway OI115 TKTThiiu shall rnll hie arms Jrsut fur lit smell MHO Ills riiilr front IhelrtttsilutIItaM- att 213 When Jesus was born Jesus Imrlng been bornalenience Introductory to rite story of Ills reception by tho wliomen Herod the king A came of evil omen called the Great great In energy In magnificence In wickedness Wise men Sometimes called by the Greek llama Magi a clan of oriental students Mlieclally interested In tho science of Iho stars which playeil a very largo part In tliolr religion They r pre Bcntod the best cUroonU In tho heathen world aa Herod the wont elements of he Jewish world From the out Arabia Iorsl or Itabylnnla perhaps the historian did not know or if he did IUd not loll Where It Ho Thoy naturally sought the Ring at tho cap ital and must have been surprised to find no news of ills birth Saw Ills star In the last leather according to IJrucc In Hi rising What this appearance was wo do not know The whole system of nitrolosy was ade Itulon yet It might bo used by Provi dence to Ktilde seekers after truth A Ilrucc Mo was troubled Herod was a usurper the thought of a rival filled him with alarm Ho had not ruled according to Jewish Ideas and know that tho people would welcome his downfalls 49 The chief priests Probably not tho Sanhedrln In this case but all the learned doctors or teachers Through the prophet Micah 512 Irlvlly Secretly Exactly what time the star ap penred That ho might itnow the age of the child That I also may come anti worship Him An attempt to disarm the suspicion of the Magi V 1012 And when they saw the star For the second time Tho house Tho census was long over and the crowd gone It was no longer necessary to remain In the stable Gifts Tho Rifts wore of three kinds This accounts for tho surmise that there were three wisemen It was customary to bring presents to a king anti thoJiomnge Patti him watt frequently called worshiping though In this case time wisemen may have realized tho greatness of trial before whom thoy bowed and have worshiped him as moro than ordinary man IlItlKP QUAHTKlUY KKVIKW Lesson I David rings up the ArkI1 Sam G112Goldon Text SIM Lesson II Gods Covenant with David 2 Sam 7410 Golden Text 2 Sam 716- Lesson III Davids Confession 1sa 51 117 Golden Text Ps 5110 Lesson IV Davids Joy Over For giveness Pan 32O01den Text Ps 321 Lesson V David and Absalom 2 Sam 1512Oolden Text Ex 2012 Lesson VI Davids Grief Over Absa horn 2 Sam 182433 Golden Text Prov 1725 Lesson VII Davids Trust In God Psa 23Golden Text Ps 231 LcRson VIII rho Curse of Strong Drink Worlds Temperance Lesson Prov 2012320 21 2935Golden Text Prov 201 Lesson IX Davids Charge to Solo mon Chron 28110Golden Text Prov 35- Lesson X Solomons Wise Choice Kings 3415 Golden Text Prov 910Lesson XI The Dedication of the Temple Kings 8111 02 63 Golden Text Pa 1221 Lesson XII The Queen of Slieba Vis its Solomon 1 Kings 10110 Golden Text Pray 292 IKACTICAI SUGGESTIONS Jesus was born Thus Ho becamu one with ourselves taking our Infirm Itles upon Himself Jesus was born In Dotlilehcm And jet Ho was tho Word who was In tho beginning with God and who was GodJesus was born In Bethlehem Nevor before did such a Labe coma Into the world Jesus was coin in Uethleherr But tho story does not end there lie lived died rose again and Is now at the right band Wod for us IIJAIL OF FAMOUS SHIP Decrnrrntlnn nt nrllluli Inn Wtiltk lor Many Vcnra Ilnn Item Mrccn of Olelirnlcd IcnplpI- Jvll times have befallen tho famous old Ship Inn at Greenwich ting land which for generations had been the Mecca of all lions vlrcura who loved whitebait which was a specialty of the house It used to bo a recognized form of outing to take tho penny strainer to Grccnwlr4 nnd dlno nt the Ship whitebait always figuring largely In t to menu For ninny years It was a cHtom for cabinet ministers to hold a whitebait dinner at tho old Greenwich hostelry nt the close of every session This was continued down to 1S94 when Lord Koaebery administration was In power but since tho conserva tires have been In tho custom bas lapsed Tho onco thriving business carried on at the Ship Is now In the hands of a receiver In bankruptcy and R has the prospect before It of de generating Into a common local pub The entice of Its downfall Is directly duo to the unfortunate muddling which lies deprived the Thames of Its fleet of passenger steamers Headers of Pendennls may remem htfholV Mr JIarry FoVcr delighted driving his fair friend In a bang np Fig to tho Ship for a quiet tctc atetu dinner ARGUE VALUE OF OLD WINE Netipnpcr Inquiry MIIMTH Tlmt Con nulorurii Differ ns to 3Icrlt- nt Aged Tort A London newspaper inquiry as tc who has limo oldest port wino has led tol discussion of tho value from financial and dietetic standpoint ol entrnarian port Tho oldest wine re ported U that of the vintage of 1775 There are others of 1S08 1811 182C and 1S46 which are reported ai per feebly IOUD- IICannolsura and dlctlsts dispute the value of tills very old wine One famous judge declares thnt he woud nrtt give IS pence a bottle for a 1773 port as the spirit added to fortify It must have eaten tip all the flesh Mr Yorl e Davies n famous dletlst and connoisseur declares that a tied vintage of port when properly bottled ant prepared will continue to Improve after n century Ho recently tasted samples of the vintages of 1787 and tSJ3 lioth wore In splendid condition the older being if anything bcti wine SreaklnK as n dletlst ol exceptional experience ho asserted that port et goal vintage In cask or bottle might he drunk with Impunity by gouty pct eons to whom any other bottled wluo of tho tame ago would bo prohibited NEW CRAZE IN ENGLAND lutral Ilrlllnti Pad U In CriiK notloT Vn of TeensSlbeInn llulluny The latest fashionable cra a imong the English Is to cross Russia to cia by the TransSiberian railway Lady letter Kayo formerly Miss YanaSJ and ltr husband have left with n retinue of rrvarts and stacks of luggage and furs Io make the trip They have planned a fix months excursion doing Japan and r turning by way of San Francisco It one wants to be right up to date In Hrlish smart society one natal tto tho St Petersburg season and the Irans Sil frlan route if one can afford Its ex raAgnnt cost Time train is said to be hi most luxurious thing ever designed In Europe and the comforts of traveling on It aro reported to be reduced to fairytale realization TI out Americans hero want to make the trip but they live at guru a rate that hey object to the time It consume MARKET REPORT Clnclijnntl Dec 17 CATTLE Common 12 25 Q 3 15 Heavy steers 4 00 Q 5 00 CAIAES 3Extra 7C Q 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 4 05 t 4 70 Mixed packers 4 50 Q 4 SHEEI Kxtrn 3 Q 3 C5 LAM US Extra 0 5 80 KIOUK Spring pat 4 4 95 WHEAT No 2 rod 4- CORNNo 90 No 3 winter S3y 2 mixed Q 4 IV OATS No 2 mixed 4p 3- 0UVENo2 59 41 IIAYChi timothy Q13 2- 5PORKClear family ifl3 LARD Steam HUTTER Ch dairy Q 12ye unite creamery Q 27 AIiIESIancy 3 00 Q 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl 2 25 8 2 35 TOBACCO New 3 50 Q 9 00 Old 5 Q Gv Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 00 m 4 2- 0WIIl1ATNo 2 red 81 i 851 No 3 spring 77 Q 80 CORN No 2 mixed 4f I2- OATSNo2 mixed Q 3- 7ftYlrNo2 Q 62 P011KMess 11 37Qll 5u LAUD Steam 371jG 40 New York FLOUR Win strts 4 00 Q 4 10 WlImTNo 2 rOil 4I OOYl CORNNo mixed fi 55 OATS No 2 mixed Q 4tlr RYE Western G can PORK Family 15 25 015 50 LARD Steam d 85 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 COIIN redmJNo 2 49yt OATSNo2 mixed 40 CA1TL12Steers 4 C5 4 90 HOGS Western C 5 15 Louisville WI I BAT No 2 red Q 89 CORN No 2 mixed 0 UH OATS No 2 mixed w 39 1ORK Moss Q12 00 LARD Steam Q 6 75 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 8- GCOHNNo2 mixed lJ 404 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 3Gt Berea College 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Lured College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS n Applied Science Two year Course with agriculture for young maS and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yen Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business asd for life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaun ate ditfrwa MuMlc Choral free Heed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian eda cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fe to meet eiponses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board In advance Expenses for term 12 Weeks may b brought vrltliln 24 OO about SIC to be paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation lists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denomination tIrorWILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky I The ee International Bible Series1 THE LARGEST LINe OF SELFPRONOUNCING DIDLCS IN Tile WORLD let KCNUHNCO roe TMIIM CLEAR PRINTSCHOLARLY IIELPSSUPrRIOR BINDINGS ted Letter Testament BIBLEpDivinity Circuit Round Corners Red Under Gold Edtei SILK SEWED large Type Minio- nSELFPRONOUNCING TEACHERS BIBLES ICON The Combination Concordance tniMost Satlifactorr In Existence ninitrationi Maps in colon and the most COMPLETE KELPS TO THE STUDT OF THE BIBLX IClrlnlty Circuit Postpald Patent7hamb only ItDDRESS THE CITIZEN BEREA x X KENTUCKY r t Madison County Mills II oIolIlolIoJo Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will N hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour W W lIIoIIeI Potts rWhiles Station Ky I INECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks SCHOOL EXlESSEddue tint dill of tetra College Acad 3 At Sclce Mcxlrt Lat Norm Normal Schools A Uram Incidental roe I M I 31 I lionpItal Fee 23 13 JJ is ohs pJlle- rullmattd 223 fU 113 23 Total schoo- lExpenscc 803 100 Fur piano etenogrsphy and other extrai etc Special Kxj cnifi below LIVING BXPEHSESBora dui la advance by month Room lent by term Heard room fuel and lights 121 for till and iprlng 111735 week for winter term WCfl week Kurd In the Tlllfgeallowed In approved places vatle In prIce according to accommo dMloni furnished Adding thtie living ezpente to school n pen i we find To be paid the lilt day Including the II depoilt In Collegiate Pepartment 12020 Academy and Latin Normal 11920 Applied Science Normal end A Grammar IHS1 Model tehooli liMO In winter f18 more for each No student can be received who falls to make this dram pay menu ToUt Ordinary Expenses for U Weeks arcieen to be In Collegiate Department J30 Academy and Ijitln Normal IS Applied ScfenecNormaland AOtanjmarlT Model School 123 In winter three dollari mote for each Students paring board and room rent In full for a term at the beginning receive a discount of 9Ity cents Students duty excused before the end of a term receive buck an tqultable portion of the money they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Vocal or Special Theory 21 Icitoni hour clan of three 17 00 Violin etc ll lettoci class of three 600- utenogrphyorTypewrltingperterm 600 LIese work In harmony SW- Uie of Plano or Typewriter hr a day 3- 0fteof ortim I hr a a 00 Rent olMiislo Library pet term 60 Chemical Laboratory according to material and breaks e about 100 tliyilcal and Mlcroicoplcal Laboratories term C- OLttlln drawlnn per term 60 tiamtoation on Graduation Foe wllbdegreoiwlUidiploma 101 The Citizen ChrhtPrtntr4 Founded PrIce Only SJt 5 to pe- yPotge Same Bible for JO CtstAdditional t Price 85 cts Roller be Duerson IIBO YKARS EXPERIENCED I TRADE MARK DESIGNS i 1COPYRIGHTS AO iendtn5 sketch and lnMceriEln our opinion free Conmontou- rltonaatrletlymuadentlalllandbookfunlatente U tnb bl tntfr Oldest agency Iatenu taken tmu trl tU Ceodvt- gertol polka without Scientific JlmerltanIbandiomelf IllaitratM weekly laciest sew enUllon of an snlentiaa lournil Term W at TMn four months IL Sold braJI ntoidnalwm i Now III la om I 3 LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE- RAILROAD Tim Table In Cfftot Nay u tor Lenvellerea820amArrive Arrive Paris 6 05 a m Arrive Cincinnati 730n tai Going North Train GOaJLeave Berea 12 rfj p m Arrive Richmond 12ii p m Arrive Paris U 18 p ro Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 p m Going Booth Trnln U- aULoavellereaI II p an Arrive Livingaton2 p ttw acing flontb Leave Heron il2ip m Arrive Livingston12 HO a m Trains No1 and No 5 make nection at Livingston for Jellico conIthe South with No 24 and No W HI BOWER Ticket Agenti from now until January II 1905 with picture and special numbers J 11hh THE CITIZEN YOU CAS SOT Detect the bad odor coming from jour own nose or head if you have catarrh but your wife or friends can Do not disgust them by such trouble Ute Paracauipb It will relieve in Istantlyand cure or money refunded For sain by S EWelch Jr druggist I A pair of ladies or mens house slippers a pair of gloves a tie or a mufller makes a handsome and ac ceptable Christmas present They can be had in endless variety at Rice l Arnold Kichmond Ky Ha UtICK Sot n minute should be lost when n child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoar or even after the croupy cough ape pears will prevent the attack It is pleasant and safe to take For tale by S E Welch Jr The Christmas present problem will be easily solved when you inspect thefine line of sterling silver novelties china cut glass diamonds watches and other Christmas specialties shown bv T A Robinson Main St Richmond Ky A MKItllY CHRISTMAS To all those who have relieved and cured their aches and pains by the use of Paracamph the wonderful ex ternalremedy which never fails to do its work quickly and well Guaran teed by S E Welch Jr druggist The most complete line of Dolls Toys China Christmas and Holliday Goods ever brought to the county seat is now on exhibition at the jl RACKET STORE Main Street Rich mond Ky IIILIUIS COLIC PKKVKMTKI Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease appears and a threat ened attack may be warded off Hun dreds of people use the remedy in this way with perfect success For sale by SE Welch Jr tlt ASTRAY Taken up as a strayone white I hog weight 150 pounds Owner may by proving property and 1 4paying charges W J Tatum HOYS ASI GIIILS Meet with many accidents during Christmas celebrations Paracamph relieves instantly Burns Cuts and Bruises and heals without leaving ugly scars So mothers be sure to keep a bottle of Paracamph in your Jrt Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he i has been traveling around the traclingtgoesTo he i brings the strength and flesh p he so muchneeds Ileall weak andsickly children he gives rich and strengthening food personslierich reel blood Children who first saw the oldman with the fish arc now grown up and have children of their own He stands for Scotts Emul sbn of pure cod liver oila- h delightful food and a nraltonic for children for old folks I and for all who need flesh and iitrength l ChemistslIOOi al drUlllllltaJr d t WORLDS FAIR NOTES Model schools for the blind anti deaf Old St Louisas It was 100 years ago Ice Plant produces 300 tons of ice dallySpecial building on Art for 49 mining camp In Mining Gulch Jubilee presents of the late Queen Victoria Outdoor mining exhibit coverIng twelve acres Rose garden six acres in area 50 000 rose trees King Cotton a statue In cotton 60 feet high- Sunken gardens 750 feet long and 100 feet wide History of the Louisiana Purchase told In flowers- Approximate cost of the Exposition 50000000 Palace of Education 525 by 750 feet cost 319999 Palace of Electricity 525 by 750 feet cost 399940 Towers on Palace of Machinery are 2C 5 feet tall forty thousand horse power for Ex position uses- Largest silver nugget ever mined weighs five tons Fair opens April 30 1904 closes December 1904 An 8000 horse power turbine engine In power plant SIze of grounds 1240 acres nearly two square miles Largest gas engine ever made 3000 horse power The sum of 150000 appropriated for athletic events United States Fisheries Building 133 feet square Revival of the Olympian games of ancient Greece Fifteen exhibits departments 144 groups SOS classes More than 100 Important buildings on the grounds Over fifty foreign governments to make elaborate displays Philippine exhibit costing 1000 000 covers 40 acres Anthropology Building 2C3 by 113 feet cost 115000 Palace of Horticulture 400 by 800 feet cost 228000 Palace of Machinery 525 by 1000 feet cost 196597 Palace of Liberal Arts 525 by 750 feet cost 475000 Palace of Manufactures 525 by 1200 feet cost 719399- Conservatory 200 feet square In Palace of Horticulture Live stock exhibit covers 37 acres 250000 for premiums Automobile chairs carrying two persons reach all points Statue of Vulcan in coal iron and coke 50 feet high Art pottery manufactory In opera Lion showIng processes Half a million dollars expended In decorative sculpture Rainbow gardens line the Cas cades flowers of every hue Fortyfour States and Territories appropriate 5812500 International Congresses learned men from everywhere Hank Monks stage coachthe one Horace Greeley rode In Model strawberry farm with 400 varieties growing thereon Aerial navigation 200000 appropriated for tournament Amount raised by city of St Louis and citizens 10000000 Intramural doubletrack railway to all parts of the grounds Natural garden where all North American wild flowers grow OLD SPANISH MISSION STYLE New Mexicos Payllion at the World Fair Is of Quaint Architecture New Mexicos pavilion on the Pla teau of States at the Worlds Fair has been designed after the style of an old Spanish mission The plans were recently adopted and work on the building will begin at once The building will be of start a story and onehalf high It will pre sent an imposing frontage of 70 fet on one of the main boulevards and will have a depth of 50 feet On entering the New Mexico Build ing one finds himself in a large reception hell To the right Is a room for executive and administrative uses To the left are rooms for the commissions and superintendents of exhibits There will be a ladles and gentlemens waiting room The building Is designed especially as the headquarters for New Mexicans and their friends who visit the Worlds Fair and they will find plenty to remind them of home The grounds around the romantic structure will be laid out In typical gardens Splendid specimens of cac tus will be shown and many of the most beautiful flowers of New Mexico will embellish the place FRUIT DISPLAY IN GOOD HANDS Col Ion B Nails commlttee n the work of the Kentucky Exhibit Asso ciation is a joint one having in charge exhibits of both agriculture and horticulture He has assigned Mr M F Johnson of Fern Creek Jefferson county tho president of the Kentucky State Horticulture Society to look especially after the horticul tural end of the display and Mr Johnson has called to his assistance the following wellknown fruit grow ers J M Oarrett Fort Oarrett S D McVean Alexandria II F Hllleu meyer Lexington Thomas L Button Bedford J C Hawes Fern Creek W J Lee Pitta Point William Cook Bowling Green G N McGrsw Bayou and O Piper Clinton EASTERN KENTUCKY The land proprietors of the mountains of Eastern Kentucky are very jubilant over the fact that the Con stitutional Amendment carried at the late election because the future SilO cogs and prosperity of this region lie in the development of industries Mr Peyton N Clarke of Louisville sec rotary of the Constitutional Amend ment Committee in an article in TilE CITIZEN Oct 15 on this important topic says The products of a State are its foundations of wealth but its indus tries are the sinews of its financial strength Without industries which afford markets in proximity to the products the producers aro badly handicapped and if compelled to send their products to distant markets where there is greater competition and increased expenses as well as numer ous losses it is perfectly plain that the producer must suffer Nothing was ever spoken or written that so completely represents our condition This touches the right spot It is an echo of tho complaint- of discouraged producers here in Owsley County We havent any railroad and consequently a lack of transportation facilities hinders the vast coal fields the fine timber and the probable oil deposits almost valj ueless We are within a few the oil wells a pipe line running through a section of this county A railroadwas recently surveyed through this county the calculation being to extend the L fc A from Hoidleburg up the south fork of the Kentucky River It is hoped that this problem of transportation so feasible for the railroad corporation so much desired by the mountaineer will soon be solved Wrwtlnetirlcelfs s trtuurv from the 5rlm yielding hills Crown the slope with itwpled elutes iem the streams with mini Specimens of ore and coal pronounced to bo the finest in the State taken from different veins on the farm of T J Flanery have been sent to St Louis to be placed on exhibition in the Kentucky Stale exhibit at the comiug Worlds Fair in lOOt These veins have been traced around the ridge a distance of five miles from 18 to 48 inches in thickness Lower down even in the bod of the South Fork river veins of cannel coal to the depth of six feet have been opened This farm is on Doe Creek tributary of the South Fork six miles south of Booneville the county seat of Owsley andeighteen miles southwest of Boattyville Dwelling in the midst of so much undeveloped wealth it is evident that our limitations are not the outcome of poverty or inefficiency but the lack of opportunity There are few rich men here but those of the poorest class are wealthy aa compared to the city pauper That strange phenomenonyet so familiar and so sadof men seeking work in order to live and seeking it in vain is absolutely unknown When the cold blasts of winter howl around his hum ble muddaubed dwelling the moun taineer has his fuel without money and without price The hills are literally bursting with layer upon layer of rich bitumen their slopes covered with timber furnishing material for fencing housebuilding and farm implements there are acres of rich rank herbage known as pea vine and shawnee indigineous only tothe mountains of Eastern Kentucky so well adapted to the grazing of cattle and sheep Many families clothe themselves by the product of their flocks Carding spinning and weaving are highly prized industries while the art of homo dyeing id in the highest stage of perfection The ab sence of beggars is a noticeable fact and except in cases of accident or old ege the death rate is very low The custom of exchange and barter is practised in some localities A men told me recently that he had traded his gun and knife for a horse Anoth er swapper a calf to a potato patch and gave his clock and three homespun coverlids for a third interest in a watermillNotwithstanding the general well being and contentment of our good people they have a vague feeling that something is wrong with their social organizationWe painfully sensitive to the nIII The Existing Condition the Needs and the Great Re sources of this Region as told by Lucy K Flanery of Major Owsley County feudal conditions existing iupur midst and also aware of the prejudice and contempt liberally bestowed upon us by our neighbors on that score Allow me to explain that the feudists are largely in the minorityonly a ewlWe are not all sitting stolidly in road impeding progress or ambuscad liO1Izens of this region that they have feuds in their midst than to bring the same accusation against Moses or Pharaoh on account of the abomina tions practised in their camps This country once the happy hunt aboriginetstheI hand of performance Bounded on the one side by enlightenment and civilization why is it eo often laved with blood by the leaden waves of the deadly Winchester This is one of the most solemn questions that confronts us as a State Civilization is defined as the humanization of man in society We must bo far civilized so lung as we permit to exisll or accept as inevitable these tions This is not civilization butt the lack of it when an army of unfortunate victims are rushed into premature graves and life liberty and property jeopardized by the assas sins bullet Throughout tho history of the human race three principal and opposing elements are discoruablo in time thought ani action of mankind First the conservative which clings to the old order of things and doubts and opposes the inovtationa of progress Secondthat which rebels and strives to overthrow distasteful existing conditions and improve them by force either material or intellect ual Thirdthe element that rights wrong not by destroying but by up lifting enobling and purifying One great fact is becoming more and more that the time has le8s1theorutical practical application ofthe Christian principles in the dealings of man with man Unquestionably this new Consti tutional ammendment is a safe in ovation a happy expedient that will make it possible to combat time existing evil more effectually A new people located in our midst capital invested in our mines anti rich timber lands will increase our wealth arid importance With an increase of life comes an increase of demands Development of industries establishment of scion tific and educational institutions and contact with broad minded thinking people will widen the horizon and stimulate business activity It is the divine element in the life of an organ ized country that gives force and power to the individuals No other feeling so dominates men Why does a State like Kentucky with its broad resources and thinkers its leg islators sit idly quietly asking Am I my brothers keeper Pilate washed his hands with a pretence to innocency Did that excuse him That we are brothers you cannot deny Our forefathers fought side by side in tho struggle for liberty The three great factors in modern civilization the keynote to liberty aro 1 Money 2 Facilities for transpor tation 3 Facilities for the transmis sion of intelligence These relate directly to the acquisition of wealth the tranqulity of society and the maintenance of personal rights Faithfully wielded they will avert the direst evils and effectually remove the limitations of ignorance and barbarism 0 Leader in the worlds great redemptive work sail not to foreign shores for missionary material You have a people at your door of a more plastic nature and a more enduring vitality than the tieacherous Philip pino or the heathen Chinese Strike hands with the capitalist and the philanthropist aad help to uplift and ameliorate the conditions in the moun tains of Eastern Kentucky LUCY K FLANEUT Major Ky v Ioeoeoeoeoeoeoeo oeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoooeoI I Buy for t I Christmas Presents IIS 0 o iThis puzzling question is easily 00a at 0 0lineof Christmas Goods now shown byus 0 po r 0 Make your selections early and SS avoid the crowds and confusion o Iofthe week before Xmas o o a BICKNELL EARLY I f Berea Ky f o 0 oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe oeo oocoooooooo J J 131arulaman Iatack Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundryt ooooooooooooooo oeoto otoeoto o o oto o 0e o Corn Cobs Coal Wood or Trash will keep a good fire all night in I0 COLES ORIGINAL HOT BLAST STOVES I A is till tho and and you aro not sa it to by Jr 0 m 9 p in o 188 or o The With to the Old Brokto CM 0 How ilrr r lo tny htaft art tom CCDM of or- rli lllhoo1 ateshlonedAnd In fUyl tbit sew up the Hot II Jtprn U with Vast heat wed remark with 0 a thlTtr The lnlde wu cold the ouUlcU 0 Wfll It o otoTilt nalrm Hot Glut the fiery Hot lain The Hot Glut from we ell ptUe w well o This are o and to ao as an o used If you want to firs in a stove you the air No stove o can be to stay o IItis the and the allateol radiating surfaceo o which make this stove the most and moet powerful heater with all of fuel o 0 1 E WELCH Jr Sole Agt I o 0 o oooooeooeoooooooooooooooeoeool COMMON TIIINU With older people rheumatism Sharp deep pains that hurt from morning night Paracamph Rheumatism because itopens pores and induces sweat iug removes congestion drawa out all fever money back if Yourj Try day Guaranteed Welch druggist from until CITIZEN Hot Blast from Chicago ApolojlM How shoveled though WM Chicago is because they airtight guaranteed long control the must control manufactured guaranteed airtight airtight feature economical S relieves instantly inflammation t oo oo + MM It fuuoil a Care R II 818 2d Salt Lake have bees both ered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years have tried many doctors without but I have a cure in Herbiue I recommend it to all my friends who are afflicted that and it is curing too WX at East End Buy Fresh Groceries Our line of Groceries is always We always keep a nice line of Fruits null Vegetables Our Diamond Brand Coffees Prices from Ific to SI5c per Pound used always use- dBread is the Staff of Life Get a loaf of Mothers or a sack ol Snow on the Mountain Flour Delivery a I 4 0t +o +o +p+od 0d o +o +o +o +o +od og od o +od od o +o+od o +od + o Distance The o supply way PRESTONS Main Call S3 odod oo 0- t Your Orders foraLong Phone office BucktU other kinds City relief them Store fresh Once Plants Cut Flowers and 14Getl o Richmond Greenhouses +o od od o po +o +od q + +ag o + +o t l Poster S Street writes II I found Drug Bread Street Albeit Prop o J Richmond Kentucky o x 0 +o +Qo +oo +o +o +oo+ Ij