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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t+H+I1IIH+HHHI+1 JAMES MILTON RACER- I Editor and Publisher Enter t at IV Fanlffflet at Stna t at tttmri clan rkn tanner tH+ +HtIIIItIItH + I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 1903 One dollar a year NO 28 I TIdEAS An honest aims will scorn to gain l anything by misrepresentation No one should be satisfied just to J Ira growing older Each day should make UN richer wiser and bettor He who drives a sharp cute bargain may gain a little now but he loses friends confidencobusint and prof it in the futura TAKE NOTICE Montaville Flower the famous monologist will give his newest and favorite monologue The Battle of Vatorlooat the Tabernacle Monday night Jan 4lh Those who have heard Flowers will not miss this opportunity to hear him again and their enthusiasm over his ability to enter lain an audience should certainly Induce all others to attend FROM THE WIDE WORLD Great Britian recognized the repub lie of Panama W J Bryan arrived at the Hague and visited the Foreign Minister The resignation of Alonzo Cruzen Collector of Customs of Porto Itico has fen accepted- A treaty of commerce anti naviga tion has boon completed between t Cuba and Italy It is reported that a large body insurgents headed by Gen Jiminoz is marching on San Domingo The cruiser Dixie with GOO United States marines on boards on the way to Colon Republic of Panama A feature of the holidays in London England is the extent to which American apples figure in the deco rations More antiJewith demonstrations are reported from Klshinefl in Turk ish territcry The Jews are preparing toemigrateThe Government is still considering the reply of Japan to its note in regard to Japans demands in the Far East IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Perry Heath is quoted as saying that Senator Hanna would accept the presidentialuomination Mrs Ruth Miller doer wife of Senator Hoar died suddenly in Washington Thursday night The Salvation Army distributed dinners to 25000 people in New York City on Christmas day Roar Admiral George W Sumner of Kentucky of the U S Navy will firbe retired today on account of ago A severe blizzard followed by a heavy snowfall has dono much dam ago in Indiana Illinois and Missouri- In view of alarming conditions at San Domingo the United States lass dispatched snottier warship there in all haste It lies been decided to Issue 7000 000 4 por rout ten Ihirty ywir bonds to acquire tho friar lands in tho Phil ippinesDowlo will leave Chicago today for a trip through the Southwest and will sail from San Francisco January 21 AustraliaDr Graham Boll who is in Genoa will bring tho romaine of James Smithson founder of the Smithsonian Institute Washington DC to that city for reinterment Sixtythree persons were killedand J thirty persons wore injured in the wreck of tho Baltimore and Ohios fast passenger train between Pitts burg and New York at Laurel Run Pa Wednesday evening of last week COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Representative Hubble of Pulaaki county is dying of Brights disease The Citizens League of Covington has begun a war on the slot machines The matter will be pushed before the grand jury E L Noble who suddenly disap rpearedfrom JacksonBreathitt county immediately alter the assassination of Jamed Marcum his returned to JacksonThe milling plant including an elevator and granary of the J E M t 1 Milling Company at Frankfort was destroyed by fire entailing a loss of between 80000 and 100000 Gov Bockham has gone to Savan nah Ga to attend the wedding of Lieut Yuloo Beckham and Miss Myra Wilcox During the Governors absence from the State Lieut Thome 4willbe the acting Governor The Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association and Citizens National Bank of Louisville have filed suit at x Owenaboro against the guarantors for the deficit of about 18000 in the cost of the State Fair at Owensboro 1 V FrosBire 1Ou ll- egeTHE X CITIZEN SENATOR T C ILATT8 BRIDE ThomasCher valor Me Jan waya ant husband was ft Mr Snow and her second was Dr Theo herh1Sh tar up tbia play tut rear Senator 1latta vice died iu 1001 THE SECOND OPENING OF THE WINTER TERM MONDAY JAN 4th 1904 Lanr HlUndmiee from nil the Eastern Cnnnllrt The New llnanlln Hall much liked Tone new building tot ynnc mn Talk by Irof atul Mra Clira on Oood Health Organization rpril chaises The attendance of students shows how well cducation and especially Boroa education is appreciated Twentysevon new students were reg istered yesterday and a large number are expected at the second opening of the term next Monday And fewer students than over before have given up to homesickness The now accommodations for stu deals are greatly enjoyed The Annex Dining Room at Ladles Hall is bright and cheery and the now bedsteads for the Williams House have come at last and made the fur nishings of that building complete Prof Chez the noted Physical Director of Cincinnati has boon giv- Ing instructions to the young men on the care of their health and is training them in football baseball and other games Mrs Chez is doing the same for our young ladies helping thom in theirgymnastics and basketball and instructing them in import ant matters regarding health and strengthThe are starting out strong in numbers and enthusiasm Prof Dinsmorea class in the History of Education Prof Dodges class in United States History Prof Masons class in Forestry Tutor Hamiltons ClaIRe in farm work and farm animal Mrs Hills classes in Housekeeping now in the now building aro among the best The special work for those who expect to teach or who wish to got a high grade certificate will be exceptionally fino under direction of Mrs Putnam Miss Schumaker Tutor Lewis andothers And on every street corner in every hall and students room we hear the glad chorus Borea is a good place to come to1 DoooeHoopes On Christmas Day at high noon Prof Ernest Green Dodge was united in marriage to Miss Mary Catherine Hoopes at the home the brides mother Oberlin Ohio The mar riage was solemnized by the grooms father Prof LV Dodge The bride and groom are both well known hero and their many friends unite in wish ing them a happy and prosperous future Both are graduates of Berea College the groom class of 03 and the bride class of 01 Since his grad uation Prof Dodge has taught in Berea College and studied nearly three years in Chicago University where he took the degree of Master of Arts After a tour through Europe he again took up the profession of teaching He is now in the second year as a teacher in Urbana University at Urbana Ohio Prof Dodge is tho author of a book of poems which has elicited a large amount of favorable criticism Since her graduation Mrs Dodge has been engaged as stenog rapher in Cleveland Ohio Mr and Mrs Dodge will go to housekeeping at Urbana whore they will be at home to their friends after Jan 6 A STATESMANS ROMANCE How Senator Ilult First Slat Hla Charming llrlile The matrimonial alliance of Mrs Lil lien T Janewny of ViMliliiRton null Senator Thomas C Platt of New York marks the culmination of a friendship formed many yitnra ago Mrs Jane way has been twice before a bride Site le n native of Maine and her first husband was unwed Snow nnd with him sbe lived In Tloga county It wan there that the Snows nnd the IMatt first met At that time Senator Ilatt was happily married to the former Miss laden Lucy Ilarstow who died n couple of years ago After the death of SENATOR PLATfa BK1DE Mr Snow bis widow married Dr The odore Janowny a nephew of Dr Ed wont G Janoway of Now York He died SIX years ago The senators brldo Is a handsome brunette of tall nnil commanding phy tilquc She has n profusion of benutt fill dark hair and expressive gray eyes nnd is one of the most attractive wom en In Washington She Is bright man nered nnd clever In conversation and Is about frirty years of age although she looks much younger Since the death of Dr Jnncway she has resided nt the national capital with her daugh ter how nbout twenty years old Until last year she hind been nn employee of the Congressional library Tier house In Washington which was built recent ly Is one of the handsomest on I street She recently leased it for n term of two years to the assistant secretary of the treasury the senator nnd his wlfo preferring to make their homo in New York except when congress meets Senator Thomas 0 Platt is n native of Owego and has just passed his sev entleth year lIe was educated at Yale and entered on political career early In life After serving several terms in congress he was eluted senator and canto into national prominence ns an ally of General Grant and Roscoo Con kllng With Conkllng he apparently died n political death when ho resigned from the senate and tolled in the election that followed to bo returned to that body lint ho steadily gained in political power and has long been the acknowledged leader of the Hepubllc nn party In the Empire State A New York newspaper commenting on the senators latest alliance wonders It ho will continuo to be boss The most complete line of Doris Toys China and Hollidaj Goods ever brought to the county seat is now on exhibition at the RACKET STORE Main Street Rich mond Ky 0000000o 0I IGet ISiI Worth I Q JoJN oooooo oooooooooooooooooooo Lackey Hamilton WANT YOUR PATRONAGE o j But not unless they deserve it If there are worthier goods to be found elsewhere if prices asked o by others are lower than ours quality considered it is your privilege to profit by them but facts proveo othat such is not the case We add something new each day in every line merchandise we by keeping constantly o j ID close touch with the large wholesale houses and factories we are enabled to secure the latest and o best values at the lowest possible prices Our Dress Goods Dept ThingsIno See our line of Fancy Velvet and Wash Waistings They are beauties Selling from 25cts too flOO per yard 0Besure to examine our line of Cloaks and Furs Quality IoTIIE BEREA BARBER SHOP H M Racer Prop Hair cut ICc Shave lOc Shampoo Ifie massage15oRazorsaharpened Razors Solll Shop just around the corner on Cen ter St and across from printing office We want you for a REGULAR CUSTOMER IfJlHoli r I r Games6o one in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Grocers TIME KEEPERS toInay a hiAhclus timekeeper at t They are money and 1 are more utulactory I Ours are guarabtecd IWrite lor catalogue or allI- AIoaCIAAADETCo Ut Wilt Ibrkit tednda tf old by y Doa 1u atorcs and the trot hoe dealer The genuine Wrewl- Ikm Ins tome and pdro tallow BEST e WOALOtt iir ak4rt3 hr1h 1e SJIffffict itttrtau ofialil in ItltuH msssra roe rain imtt =8 8184 Pair a1rs19o1156701airs Batlieti More Tsai DouUiti In four rears THE IfCAlIOnll onlllu snake annmoremn 300aiiil340 hoe than nlq other twoman ufncturrri In the world W IXnglai and 3JO iboet placed side by side with aixl Saoo shoes of other iiinkue are found to fro Just at They will outwear two pair of ordinary J300 and30shoesM- ade of the best leathers Including Patent Corona Kid Corona Colt and Mattonatkanoaroa r 4 flr IflM a AIys alrk HMki fool cannot W k JQUJrlaJOO Ollt Fan Una Mlior liymxll raeeatrnnOelo e I ltoii ln k n For sale by IiR COYLE Berea Highest Quality o Misses and Childrens Shoes Mens andS We added our fall stock some very nobby suits for men and boys prices that cause you wonder how do it Overcoats for men Overcoats for youths Overcoats for boys o Make your own price fit youtoe best for the moneyS ISTtVENS1then TherelettaolItIRIF1CSkow mtJleoosue llwj flSTOlV how lu to tom SHOTGUNS frsn lo f tunNmlMllclnlrn tM oateeas Dont rill ti heal llliulnlxl Uuloga book ofmtlrrequest IcooII we Iauodhfll o aad br rrbiTBiaiH Addml Paulo lrrltnieM STEVENS ARMS 3 TOOL Boi rte Clilrojn Fan Max AN OUTFIT- of eyeglasses or spectacles is not ex but the good it will do is in calculableBetter the cost of perfect out fit and get perfect satisfaction try save money by purchasing cheap glasses They are never suit ableWe modern high class instru menta forTESTING THE EYES and can obtain accurate data which enables us fit- EYEGLASSES AND SPECTACLES that are suitable 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 Opootlte Bicknell A Berea Ky East End Barber Shop North of Printing Office Shave Ilk Hair Cut 15o Shampoo IBo Razors sharpened lido to 25o R B DOE Proprietor I f Irr +11 II JrJ +MHHH New Years Number Eight Pages I I f 1111 1111 31 of of in 000000- o o 0I r Rrotth o of 300 Ladies oGoodeo have just to at to we o I hlthink J v a than to have to in Karlji FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS iu Bulk or in Cans CELERY CRANBERRIES ETCI Always on hand at TELEPHONE JOES No 68 Joes Corner Richmond Ky Our Millinery Stock Includes the largest variety of the seasons newest and beat styles in Ladies Misses and Childrens Headgear now shown in Berea No matter what price you wish to youOurin auras a well selected stock to choose from Mrs A T Fish BEREA KY 1I tIf1I11IEl1I11 Given Away to our cus= tomers A handsome handpainted goldlined threecolor decorated 42PIECE DINNER SETS One T other Saturday Call at our store and let us explain our plan to you East End Drug 00t The Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women and equally cel brated makes for Men and Boys are found at r Rice Arnold Rlchmon Ky I r TER MAK US GLAD I dont cart ntni Whut the weJIfccr Is If Its Rood hijr Why let er uhlz I like ter see The jtmsons r4An tcr hear Ijoi bee In the glory pit 1th his buzz Izz buzz An his yell tat Like he usetev as In my boyhoM swectl- If Its cloud Ill right Ill jet taka i few Till the days Mlf night An theys dtIs o dew On the burdoo n leaves An the Illy lip Jest hangs nr grieve l Like the drip drip drip Of a weepy nlflit When no moon dont shine Mark clouds ell right Gimme some la mlnel Glmmo some In mlnel Glad toilers pain 4Like the warm sunshine Drlnksup the rain I may sorrow some Like a rnlnwet sky Glad I want born dumb So I couldnt cry Glad my heart gus weak Till she overflow An my both eyes leak An I blow my noel If Jcs all joy I Was the ony thing The world ud cloy Till I couldnt ting I wouldnt know It Not Joy not me If twould come an sit On my lap bgae If they want no sad j We need It trick gladI back J M lutlln IoFt SPANISH PEGGY- A STORY OF YOUNG ILLINOIS By Mary Hartwell Catherwood CopjrtKht by Uerbcrt 8 Stone Jt Co CHAPTER IV COSTIXVEII Every Sunday Mahala Camerons father preached In the schoolhouse and nearly all the people whether they accepted the Cumberland Presbyterian creed or not went to the service Wild plum KtJves made bouquets of snow kaon the prairies The woods were full flowers having such fragrance as I breaks only from old loam All the trees from the rich green of tho pe can to the delicate and slowly deepen- Ing maple gave out their foliage to i the sun The Judas tree burst out like I flame In the forest J Happy boys were scon coming home from the river of evenings with strings of croppies bass and pike Halfyearly muster day came when the local ml lltla stepped out In awkward sqauds 4 and practiced such military tactics as the leader knew to the squeak of a fife and the thump of a drum Anty wine put himself among the boys He liked life and movement Dut Shlck shack stood and looked gloomily oh He knew that his own people the Sacs were being crowded In their reserva tion and this play of war might soTne time become reality Whisky was plen tiful of muster days Antywlne noticed that Lincoln did not touch it 1 Having considered the height and of Sleur Abe he also spat out a taste of fiery stuff Istrengthbetween his lips by a Grove decided that he would fight be forced to drink Green and Ann Hutledges brother wore homed working In their lathers fields Young Yates was seen nt intervals during the summer The boys and girls of New Salem found a world of material for their own happiness There were quiltings where the older women labored in the afternoon and young men and women came to evening games Peggy Shlckshack stood outside of such festivities and so did Antywlne because the singular mother of their household had no fellowship with the mother of any other household For all the villagers began to loo kindly at the unfolding womanliness of the lame Spaniard the blond head of An lywine and the good old Indian who white men jButthe festival that Peggy liked best and was not left out of was blackber rylng Tho girls rose at dawn and put on their worst clothes meeting by ap pointment et the tavern with baskets on their arms They did not speak loud Tho dust in tho road took the prints of their feet like ashes The whole sweeUsmcllIng world was drenched In dew and as they brushed down the ravine across the woods be I yond they were baptized by every hush Then their tongues were loosened and they sang and told stories Sometimes they pretended to see wolves sneaking to cover but thls merely for the pleasure of frightening themselves It was the loveliest pilgri mago over Invented There was peril In It too for In the wooded field of wild brambles the thickmottled rattle make or objects aused many a start and shriekIOnce little Jane J1 ellclllrorsnake Oh run home Jane RUn home jitlck cried Mahala Cameron Dut Ann tore the childs clothing open and freed the grasshopper cling ing with all his feet to the tender whlto back end they nil laughed at Manila who would have sent her three miles for help Sometimes the girls swam grass to their waists as in a sea of dew Peggy a dividing her way with her crutch Tho rising sun showed glittering In tho brambles blackberries and luscious dewberiies half as long as onos thumb meltinG ripe to keep that very morn Ings appointment To go blackberry Ing late in the day was not to go black brrying at all but to a hot and weary search of rifled fields When the party trailed homeward with heaped baskets they could seo along the ridge of the Sangamon tents and camps of farmers who had come long distances to mill Each man was obliged to wait his turn to have his grain ground It was like a fair Quoit pitching wrestling matches races nnd trading filled up the Idle time Insensibly the season changed Su mac leaves began to burn around scar let fruit veiled In white tho oaks were faintly tinted and the first September days had come- Antywinos reading lessons at the stone ended for Lincoln was taking up surveying and going out to distant parts ol the country and Ant wlnc was to go with him as his chainbearer I put the book In my bundle said the Canadian while he and Peggy wero bidding each other farewell at tho stone Sleur Abe wilt help me Pegs hand and feet became cold She felt as If autumn wero driving the the blood back upon her heart Vlanc llutledge told at school the oilier day that you are the bestlooking young man In ffwSalcm- Antywlno expanded with satisfac tlon He always carried his chin up so that people called him high headedIa pretty Yes girl you Antywine Shes the prettiest girl that goes to school isnt Yes sheITears sprang Into Peggys eyes she winked them back ashamed of being grI edIMe I am not a good reader either observed Antywlne Yon dont want to put yourself alongside of Vlane Rutledge as a poor leader spoke Peggy sharplydo ou1 I dont know returned Antywinr with n teasing wlusomouess specially his own lie smiled on the landscape and lifted his chin higher a look or concern replacing the smile Why you cry sweetheart My foots tired said Poggy drying hertearsYou trying to walk withou the A crutchII dont want you to It Mahala Camerous brother was here he could help you make a saddle and carry me He takes hold pf hands with one of the Clary boys and tltof lift me up onlhe saddle and run with me when wo pla Indian Ho have no business exclaimed Antywlne full of Indignation They will fall and hUll you O no they wont Ho Is a nice boy and has such red cheeks Me If I have those red cheeks I strip the skin off my face said Anly wine disgusted You like those red cheeks eh Well I think they are about as pretty as Vlane Rutledge1 Vlane Rutledge spoko Antywlne sincerely she not have that charm lure you and those manners Do you think I am learning man nersYou have Improve every day Antywlne Ive got the best apple In my pocket Dont you want a bite of ItDid those Cameron boy give you that apple No You have It th n from Ihat Grove feller wlo ls bthacd so bad the master whip him No Nebula gave II to me Then I will take some bite Pegsy drew forth this apple anti they ate It together feeling that their lifTer ences were trconclled It was their parting meal for food eaten at Sallys board had no such taste us this Shlckshnck said nothing about Anty wlnes first serious undertaking of civilized work The boy until that time had been nothing but a hunter Pcihaps the Indian pondered on the white mans Influence lie set hlnlsolf to bring in plenty of venison to dry lor winter and an abundance of buck skin to tan Ills cabin was as good on any In New Salem Shlckshack held land In his reservation as all his tribe held it without cultivating or Improving an acre except patches of maize and pumpkins Hi could not understand tho white mans greed for real estate when the prairies were so free to all The product of hH labor consisted of peltries These he exchanged for the necessaries of simple living Shlckshack was not unmindful of the change In his adopted child He used to watch her silently When she Irought him the first pair of stockings made by her hand he sat and smoothed them across his buckskin knee They were useless to him as a covering for ho could not enjoy the freedom of his nelplI1DeforePeggy a roll of heavy dark red llnsey cloth instead of the usual tanned deerskins Ann Rutledgo helped her cut and make the dress He had the satis faction of seeing her warmly clad In HliortwalKtcd gown with bag sleevei and a thick cape and hood lined with dull yellow flannel which Ann had saved among her stores As autumn days drew close to the margin of winter the big boys relieved of labor that they owed to their parents every working season until they were 21 years old came to Minter Orayhams school Though willing to make them sclVca useful carrying In logs for the fireplace they WOK full of frolic as tolLs They stirred iip the school until Minter Graybam In despair made a new law and announced that he would listen to no more complaints of wad throwing llstcuning and fighting unless thin complainant could show that blood had been drawn Then tho boys were gloriously happy The sallow young schoolmaster writing copies nt his desk would mddnly hear through tho drone of study Master Vlane Hutlcdge looked n bloICII jreens eyes are drawing blood on mo this minute In November there was a haze over the landscape like bloom on grapes Indian summer lingered Settlers had not then learned the Mississippi val leys sudden and bitter changes of climate Lincoln and Antywlno were still ab rent early In December when Slick shack waited one evening behind Minter Grayhams schoolhouse for Peggy to come out A Jet of boys and girls seemed to spout forth racing down to Rock Creek They could almost smell their supper johnny cakes across the ravine Peggy was hopping briskly In the joyful midst of her schoolmates when site saw her foster father beckoning her at the foot of tho bluff She lollowcd him Shlel hack led her where there waa no path through ascending woods parting naked bushes for her and help- Ing her over fallen logs which had be come almost a powder of flakes covered with moss Where are we going she Inquired more than once nut Shlckshack made no reply until he hal put a loop of deerskin around hhn over his blanket anti lifted Peaon hla back In this portable hammock BIIUKSllACK rnUVIKU IS WITH illS KN1KK lNSU ATIII l Site was learning to use her lame leg with a ttniual determination which th New Salem doctor encouraged Though never without her crutch she oftener carried titan leaned on it Shlckshack was evidently undertaking a journey and she looked anxiously through the woods an some flakes of snow melted on her face mimi up at the void peopled alt by winged whlto Insects Father salt Peggy In the Sac language whero are you taking me To the young chief Yates hi answered In English trudging across the ridge surefooted and muscular but he lives far away and I wont go What will Antywlne and Mr Lin loin say When they come home Antywlne and the chief Abo on the survey trail They not here to stop Pedro Lorimer lie get you this time Has he come back again Shlckfhack grunted At the Grove two four days Ho tell the young haves Black Hawk Is on the war path Drive out old Indian Burn his wig vam Old Indian help Black Hawk Me not need totem signs to find out what he want lie say old Indian have no business to keep white girl But father you cannot carry mew far leggy strongly revolted She wept shivering against his back lie descended toward a darkened plain without heeding her arguments against his course except to assure her he In tended to hire n horse at tho first cabinThe sloughs were frozen anti frost blackened grass crisped under his feet Nowhere could any farmhouse light bo seen and the gentle flickerlike Insect wings hall become a driving storm of snow Shlckshack found the road stretching southwest toward Jack sonville and plodded steadily along Jogging through an Immensity of night and cold and drifting whiteness Peggy ceased to beg that he would let her walk anti lapsed Into such drowsiness that he was obliged to shako her when ho set her down By this time the chill windrows were nearly to his knees Incbelleied by his body she felt the dry spume spinning In her race- Me have to put you In the log to- nIght said Shlckshack Snow too bad to go farther Every new S llemlte had heard of or seen the huge hollow log strangely roaelilug for lost cattle hind driven wild hogs IIve31Inblack opening already banked with drift Shickshack crawled In with hits knIfe unsheathed A yelping snarling struggle was mullled by tho log until romethlng dark leaped vast Peggy and man across the snow Wolf observed the Sac Him not lllo to leave him good bed Reluctantly In spite of the cold legy crawled past him Into tho deep shelter dragging her crutch Her hand touched something furry and eyes shot llama at her hauled n cub from its ShlelcshaclI wood lit II threw It out after Peggy was so drowsy that she remembered nothing further of the night except sonic liolsca at the open end of the log When she awoke It was light enough to see Overhead tho ridged vault of lint wooden cavern The snow cast In n pallid Illumination She sat up nut coiled SIt Ickalmnek He remained n rigid attitude with his back to Iin antI his legs extending out under white larul Ills arm was hard as marble in her hand when sIte touched hm and hn did not turn his head Father she screamed Father CHAPTER V The old Sac who hind guarded her roof tree whether cabin or vIvaiu every night of her rcinembrauiv n upright holding his knife on w i frozen blood was crystallized Twv v three dead wolves lay outside tho log- on the snow But not one of them was frozen stiffer than the Indian who after his own fashion hall given life Itself for 4 ho safety of his adoptcil child Peggy would not believe he was dead She clung to his old shoulders ant screamed to rouse him Tho Sac who loved whlto men and had never failed to answer the appeal of his while child silently blocked the entrance of the log Ills eebrows were hoar frost and the dark ruddiness of his face and lINk seemed crusted with rough silver Peggys wild crying might have resounded long In the hollow log anti brought no person to help her For all around was the vast prairie stretch lag from horizon to horizon a glart of whiteness unplerced by the smoke of a single fire But two figures tolled toward New Salem through 110 early told wading with effort atilt finally maUnc for the hummock In wLlch they irrognlzeil the submerged log Lincoln and Ms chainbearer encountered the frozen Indian and the crying girl a they stooped to enter and warm hemseKeHfih drifts were piled In Ncxr Sai ti itnHtg for this was the winter I now a iins afterward as tho winter of the tiep snow people sathert J ha iy through the unabated storm when word wont around that Slick Ia k lath been brought In frozen to iUh Lincoln and Antywlne In silent enifiit tioppcd tho ox sic J they ad borrowed at the door of Itutledg 8 invert Neither valcl tot take him to his own cabin In death at Iast he should escape from the en iionmont which Slly made anti bo puuiiily honored Am wlue went directly to carry the iifWH 10 the widow and Sally heard It making n clicking ound of disapproval with her tongue she knocked tho sales out of her cob pipe imrtly on time hmrth nul partly In the dinner pot which long trom the erann Now dont that beat ye Guns iJ fro blMHlf to death the flwt big snuv and New Sulein seven miles from n iMiryin ground lie always was th l most Hlrunvenlent old InJan Took him to the tavern did ye- Vtu replied Antywlne without keep him there Ill come to the funeral Funerals Is no novelty to me buryin men an often as I have Neighbor talked In whispers around the dignified figure stretched on a whitecox ennl board under a canopy of sheets nut Antywlne anti Lincoln had thetaselvos washed It anti dreguwl It in the Sacs best buckskins They found iclrdod around the waist a heavy belt of rattlesnake skin To Ito Continued A WESLEY INCIDENT The Ilrt Mrlli ilUI lay IrrMfhrtM- NM IliHowril In n Ynar- li Twenty Store The societies met on Sundays but never at the hour of church servlte nnd when neither Wesley nor any other clergyman was present spent the hour In prayer and religion con erxatlon or exhortation Front ex hortation before the society to fornril preaching before It was only a step but to Wesley It seemed a very lung step writes C T Winchester in Wesleys days of triumph In Cm tom y While In Bristol ho learned 11M tiny In 1719 that one of his converts Thomas Maxficld had been preaching before the Foiindery society lie hur lied up to London to stop It limit lilt mother who since the death of her husband had been living in a room of tile Kunndcry building met him with a protest John take care what you do with reference to that young man for ho Is as surely called to prenrh as you are Admonished by this coon tel from one whoso caution on nil churthly matters ho knew to bo quits equal to his own Wesley reluctantly consented to hear Maxfleld preach After listening ho exclaimed It Is the Lords doing let him do n fcemeth to him good Convinced h spite of deeprooted disinchimmittina he sanctioned tho first Methodist lap preacher Within a year there wm twenty III fiiulil He Trimleil Rev Richard Cecil who lived lo be a greatly useful minister was born In Iondon In 1748 When a boy he was strongwilled but brave straightfor ward and thoroughly to lie trusted hating all that was mean snuffling 01 deceitful Ono day his father who had business In the city took lluld Dick with him antI left him In the door of the East India house telling him to watt there till ho should finish hit business and return to him Taken up with other matter his father forgot all about him and left tho house by an other door Richard In the evening was missed by his mother Ills father now remembering where they had parted said Depend upon It ho Is Btlll wnMng for me where I left him Immediately returning to the spot there to be sure ho found poor Dick Faithfully walling as he had been For hours nnd as lie hind been ordered to do Washington Star A Sweet Tooth In responsible for ninny aches and pains hut whatever tho cause of do cay it should be ni rested ard the Teeth put in good condition We clean fill or extract teiTh with out pain to the patient Our fine sets of teeth at fi made oa Ejlonite or rubber are absolutely per feet We guarantee them Teeth extracted JJfi cents The best amalgam filling 75 cunts Specialso cotntnodntiona for pilioutn from a Jintauco who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson oTunVacor Richmond Ky J v ron psi ss 54 iLiSWIFT CoFit Limo- pp u Pitest Omcs WII5i1Ss DC g Good Inycstl ont lr Hln Hill iHil tjr not red ltos1qjIIu Ihiiitrinnt TiucuAiii oiHitATixa 1tisiIg tinOf lust will nalI jtq SS- tzo vCKriMUf Inr Tlnpti tah kl ll tsi quits a TMv I cmtain i r te La ukluc Milt Mud a Telephone Cauk HERMAN C TAFEL tVCHVTMINO tlCCTIC U 2545 w jf rr 5SI louiavlilt Th Ion Star 51st Down iu Texas at Yoakmn U big dry good firm of which Sir J M Hailer is tLo head Mr hailer on ono of bin trips gaIt to buy goods said to a friend who was with him in tho palace arIf Here take ono of these Little Early Itinera upon retiring and you will bo up euly in the morning feeling good For the dark brown taste headache and that logy feeling De Witta Little Early Risers are the Jest pills to use Sold by East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homeapuo and homoworen goods such u bod corerlidi linen dress linaey jeans blankets etc at follow iDRpric Comlidi 1 4 to 18 Linen 40 to M cents a yard Dross Linstty CO cent a yard Jeans GO cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 13 a pair White limey and white blanket are not in demand only on orders Corerlids must be 2 yard 72 inches wide and 2 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homomade dye- Anywotnanwhowants to anil cover lids or homespun to Borea College thoulil find out what the College wanU before beginning to wcare 01 spin For Information apply in par ton or by letter tc Mrs Hettle W Graham Berea Ky Coughing 8pll Caused lath Harry Duckwoll aged 25 year choked to death early yesterday morning at his home in the presence of his wife and child Ho contracted alight cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it Yesterday nornibg ho was auizod with n fit of oughiog which continued for some time Ills wifo sent for a physician but before he could arrive another coughing spell cameon and Duckwell died front suffocation St Lout GlobeDemocrat Dec 1101 Bal lards Horehound Hyiup would have saved him 25e roc anti 1100 at Eubl End Drug Store iticToit or ST itmrs4- ilibnrniini Onlnrl Tntlflr In tt i butt llllcii of fliiuulininliid Cuueh neWt dr Aehburnhnm Ont April 18 1001 I think it is ouly rIght that oliould toll you what a wonderfuleffect Chum burlniua Cough HllI1dy haw prooulod Iho day before Easter I MilO din tressed with a cold unit cough that I I did not thiuk to bo able to take nuy unfits Hie next day us my voice was almost choked by tho cough Tun rsame day I received na order fiom you for n bottle of your Cough Rom tidy I at once procured a Bnmpln bottle and took about three doMis of the medicine To my grunt relief till cough and cold had completely disappeared and I wan able to pronoh Ihreo times on Eihttr Day know that this rapid situ tlTcctlvo euro was duo to your Cough Rouicdy I niHkn this tosNinouinl without being thankful to hnve fiolidllltiOUIGod scut romwly K A LA To CLrttiibtrlniu Mod cine Co ThiH rcmody is for bulo by H E SYolch Jr MONUMENTS Hint Nsdstone Slttutny OrnlU end MtrbU Work of nil kinds tions In n worktnaolikH manner At tea onnble price and wlttt I ilinpntcli Allftork uur- auteedby GOLDEN FLORA ItlCHMOND Ky nom at tisle d loIuip SItNI I frlt tsnshiy nmfIIiFiequcnlly accidents occur in household which cause burns cttli sprains anti bruises tar use in ouch coses HnllimlH Snow Liniment hiw for many years been the constant favorite family rotnwlr 25c rolUtl 5100 at East gUll Drug Store DR M E JONES Dentist Office Over Iliuting office Office Daya Wednesday to ntof the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Pitted up Music Bix rd nut Lodging at popular prices Second at opponiU Court floitss Richmond Ky H 0 ENGLE Prop TillS IS TIlE TIME FOR I jRobes WM are showing the largest line that WitS over brought into o the city of Richmond Wo tattle tho public to and niM ct our lin- eTHEY callI iPRIOE 150 to 1500 t 1 T J MOBfiRLOY t Main Street Richmond Ky ++ I A J THOMSON GROCERIES ANI NOTIONS Finite and vegetables a Fpecielty- orrosiri cuBOtrrca VILL IllTHECITIZEN II III+HIIIIIIHII I i The Home i l JBNNIB LESTER IIILL Editor HHH4HIHIHHHHlH Tha Game of SpinSpin Take a largo tqunro hoard or piece orla way ali have lho namu center Murk tho i thekNow make a top from an empty spool I om sure every boy knows how The top in made with a stick about an inch long and one end of an empty spool and may he spun with tho thumb and forefinger Place the top on tho dot in tho circle marked 20 and spin Tho number of the lino or circle the top dies on in I tho number you score For instance if in the circle or on tho line marked t 10 you score 10 It tho top dioa clear over the line marked you score nothing The tint one to score 100 wins the game Any number of 3chlltiron cnn play at n time How In rernt Tinware Hailing If now tlnwnru rubbed over with froth lard and thoroughly heated In tho ovru before it used It will never runt afterward no mutter how much it put III water Tor xtnlntd tinware bo rax produces the lest results If the traMit or coffeepot In dlneolored on till inside hollll In a strong solution of bo rax for n short time mid all Its bright nifK will return t llorr In aponie Woolen Cloth t Heavy woolen cloth should always lit npniiKrd and this can easily bo don at heat Lay the cloth out on a wide tn tile wet a sheet and spread over It be ginning tilxwt n foot train the end of the cloth Told over thin portion of the clout nu to tint sheet anti continue the foldn tint the wet sheet will come next to till surface of the cloth nil tho J way If tho cloth i too long for ono HMJ to or nil mnnr ns required 1fait the ends of the roll together nod let It Ho for nix or right hours Thin ilumpiim the entire surface vorjr every ly Then pass carefully wlti nn Iron im hot an nu bo iwctl without scorch Ing It will not take long to go over the entire mirfix of the cloth and there is the satUfuptloii of knowing that your stilt will never shrink or spot 111111I +WHHHHHH The School 1 JOHN W1RT D1HSMORR Editor t IH HI IHI1IlIIHIIl1 An Aolrr Story Por Little Polka 4 The Little Bears Idea t Oh how iiiilinpiir WI are exclaim col Mr Hear niukliiK n very long tune Vo lind better ilcml ncriMMl Mr llonr Hut the little boar took n tnndi more niiHllilc view of things nnd he win niivlncM thAt his papa and mamma were wrong fur once lievthere ho cried why dont you try to make yoiinwlven happy Why dont you forget your troubles nnd look ut the bright side of thine How cnn we do M wallrd Mr nnd Mrn Itonr together Why simply haki off the ugly feel hug you have cud make up your minds to enjoy life itpiled the little Inar Toll us how to do It they cried HnpK Ho you begin with n dunce and a naafi The old bears did not think very much of that but they agreed to try MYINO AllOUNU TIOIIT FOOTED AND LIGHT II IITOIU It Up they got on their hind legs nndI bognn to dunce around and slug whileI the little boar whistled a tune hind learned nt school And the first thing they knew they were Hying around light footed and light hearted and feeling ten years younger They laughed and forgot their troubles nnd were happy as nIbride and groom Of course the little bear was very much pleased with the success of his plancThis life M not so exclaimed Mr BenrIIndeed It Is not agreed Mrs Bcnri Moral You can bo happy It you try to be Detroit Journal IHHHH+IIH I +IH i The Farm SILAS CUBBVBR MASOH Editor HIII II MMH FARM DAIRY CHEESE Ilnlii Illrrellunn Por three Mnkln III the lldlmrliold There In popular ItnpresKloii that- the manufacture of cheese In this coun try has been so completely transferred to the factory system during the last half century us practically to abolish cheese innklng on dairy farms Hut tho agricultural returns of the twelfth United Htntint census show hut In the year 181W there were still 15070 farms UJKJII which dulry cheese was made The quantity produced on these farm during that year was tUttTlWO pounds an average of 1OI5 pound per form Thin product constituted almost Ei per cent of all the cheese mode In the United States It Is the purpose of farmers bulletin No 100 Cheese Making on the Funs to furnish for the farm household a brief description of the most alluroVf41 VA111I DAIRY CUKEHE IltEaa method uatd In lie manufacture of several varieties of cheese Details e nmniigement which are brleily and plainly dencrlbed Include aeration and cooling coloring the use of rennet cur thug cutting cooking molding press lug dressing salting and curing TIll operntlon nf pressing explulmtl an folio Tho press clay be a simple lever nnd weight doticrlbod as follows The lever fdiould be about twelve feet long A broken wagon tongue anstve the purH very well Set a stun box on which the mold may be planet aliout three feet from a wall goat or tree On the latter nail a shirt and ender It put out end of the lever Put a circular board about six Inches In dl nmuter upon the mold and on this rest the stick or lever A pall containing a few cobbloHtonen will answer for the weight Do not apply full pressure at first but let the weight hung ulou- halfway between the mold and tho outer end of the stick let the cheese remain a row hours In the press then take out and dress The ordinary process by which our American cheese in made III factories Is not applicable to the taro dairy be cause It takes too much time and Is complicated that It requires years o practice to become sutllclently familiar with the varying conditions In which milk comes to the vat The various changes that take plat In milk which ore troublesome In makin cheese nearly nil develop In the nights milk kept over until the following morning So if milk Is made Into cheese Immediately after It It drawn no difficulty need be experienced Hy employing a simple and short method of manufacture any ono at all accus tomed to handling milk can with the appliances found In any well regulated farm home make uniformly a good cheese IfYou Want to See Any College Officer President Froat Treasurer Osborne and Secretary Gamble aro 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 945 a m At the same hour you can find the Dean of Women Miss Robinson in her office at Ladies Hall and th Dean of the Collegiate Normal and Preparatory Departments an well as the College Registrar in their offices in Lincoln Hall Tutor Dizney Proctor for mon and boys of the Model Schools has his office in the old Treasurers Bulldin next to the fence Call at the officu hour 915 a m A MKKIIY CHRISTMAS To all those who have relieved and cured their aches and pains by th use of Paracamph the wonderful ex ternal remedy which never fails to do ita work quickly and well Guaran teed by S E Welch Jr druggist The Christmas present problem will be easily solved when you inspect the fine line of sterling silver novelties china cut glass diamonds watches andother Christmas specialties shown by T A Robinson Main St Richmond Ky JlE QUICK Not a minute should be lost when child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse even after the croupy cough ape pears will prevent the attack Its pleasant and safe to take For sale by S E Welch Jr BRIEF AND TO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Old Grudge Causes a Trngr ly Kx lovernor lirowna CTonilllloii Land rutI Involving halt it Million Arrri Mound Drad III Tunnel Knoxvlllc Tcnn Dec 20 Deputy Sheriff L It May shot and killed Lea thintof an old grudge The parties were returning from a ChrlstmnH entertain meat at a village church when May who was a few stops In front nf Lewis turned and tired tour shuts at him two of which entered his chest Lewis WOK unarmed and was accom panted at tho time by his wife and daughter Curl Woolsey son of Itev John Woolsey who happened to be behind Lewis was shot In the hip and seriously wounded by one of tho stray shots Sergent Ky Dec 29 On Ills Conn creek In hotelier county Wit lIam Shepherd entered the home of Obedah Fluids his fatherinlaw and shot and killed Riley Webb aged 23 Then turning upon his wife Mary Shepherd the slayer fired a fatal ball Into her body Ills wife was carrying her 10 months old baby In her arms and tho Infant also was fatally wounded Shepherd disappeared toward the Virginia border but was apprehend ed and taken to Whltesburg jail There Is much excitement at Whites burg and lynching Is threatened ExGovernor Browns Condition Henderson Ky Dec 2GTho con dltlon of former Governor John Young Drown who has been ill off dropsy for somo time Is gradually growing worse and It will be neccs nary to perform another operation In order to afford him temporary relief Tho long confinement and the pro guess of the disease have weakened the patient considerably and the at tending physicians do not believe he will survive much longer than a week U Threatenedgof mob violence having become pro nounced during tho past two days nine negroes charged with murder were spirited away to Madlsonvlllo for safekeeping The negroes are charged with the murder and mutlla tlon of an unknown man a week ago One of the prisoners confessed that andtrobbed of 100 by himself and com panlona Read Yellowbacks Morganstowu W Va Dec 26 Lawrence Dancer Clarence Jamison Charles Myers William Santee and Benjamin Harthlow aged about 10 Shyersfbeen looting stores Dancer the leader of the gang sold they hind sign ed an oath In their own blood to stick theygLand Case Venued Huntlngton W Va Dec 28An order was entered In tho famous King land suit by Judge DoolltUo of tho Eighth Judicial district removing the case to tho Marlon county circuit court before Judge John Mason Halt a million acres of land arc at stake Judge Doolittle was prohibited from sitting In tho case by the supreme court Came Home Unexpectedly Charlestown W Va Dec 28 Rush Duffy was shot and killed by Thomas J Robinson The latter came home unexpectedly and he says found his wife sitting on the lap of Duffy He alleges that his wife con tensed to a liaison with Duffy for three years Christmas Shooting Lebanon Tonn Dec 2GAt Fall Creek church during a Christmas en tertainment Sheriff James Jennings shot and fatally wounded Rico Pick othereyoung men gone the church to remove the Christmas tree Dog Causes a Tragedy Madlsonvlllo Ky Dec 2GNoWII reached this city ojTa shooting affair near Providence In which Volney ingbor fatally wounded The two men had trouble over a dos Struck 011 Owlngsvlllo Ky Dec 28The Mu tual Oil and Gas company with Holds thiseIs said to average 35 barrels per dal Found Dead In Tunnel MIddlesboro Ky Dew 28Tho body of an unknown man was found In tho Cumberland Gap tunnel ho having been killed by a train Alleged Lynchers Discharged Cairo III Dee 29 James Rains C C Dalloy James Kuster Urant Davis and Lieutenant J F Parker of Thebes who are charged with the lynching of William Johnson colored last spring lead a hearing before Judgo Jackoon a colored justice of the peace and all were discharged as the evidence was deemed Insuffi cleat to hold them II Metcalf another alleged lyncher was given a continuance of 10 days Hurricane Den Damage Omaha Dec 29A stiff north wester which at one time reached n velocity of 45 miles an hour struck Omaha resulting In the fatal Injury of one man and doing conslderabl property damage MUKCK ON IKKK MAKQUKTTK Twentytwo 1asnnigrr Klllrd and Twriitynliiii Injured Grand Rapids Mich Dec 28in- a headon collision between two PeN Marquette passenger trains 22 per sons were killed while 38 others were Injured several of them prob ably fatally It was the most disastrous wreck In the history of the Pore Marquette sys tem and Instead of being caused by mans carelessness or mistake Is charged to the high wind which ex tinguished the red signal light In the order board at McCords Station where the westbound train was ex pected to stop and receive new or ders Two minutes before the train rushed by McCords the light was burning says tho operator but in that brief Interval the blizzard that was raging extinguished It and train Nor Gashed by the station to crash Into eastbound train No near fast Paris Tho trains which were two of tho finest on the system were re duced too promiscuous pile of broken and twisted timber and metal with dead and Injured pinned down and crushed by the fragments of tho heavy cars To Bring Suit Against Dowle Chicago Dec 20 Further legal troubles for John Alexander Dowie were started when a petition was tiled In tho United States district court asking for permission to start suits against Dowle In the state courts while bankruptcy proceedings are still pending Tho attorney who fuel the petition and who represents a number of creditors gave as a reason a belief that Dowle Is to leave the jurisdiction of the court Dec 27 on a trip to Australia Judge Kohlsaat In timated that he would not object to the starting of suits In the state courts but expressed a desire that Dowles counsel be advised and given a chance to appear in court An Ominous Sign London Dec 28The Dally Malls Kobe correspondent asserts that the Japanese government has requested the newspaper correspondents to re train from publishing news concern Ing the movements of troops or other warlike preparations In an editorial the Dally Mall says It regards this as a practical censorship and an omi noun sign Editorial articles In other morning newspapers express concern over the movement of foreign war ships toward the far east and partic ularly over the statement that United States marines have been ordered to Korea fearing some unforeseen Incl dent may precipitate events Leaning Tower Sold Rome Dec 20 Bolognas most singular structure the leaning Garls ends tower which was begun in 1110 by Filippo Oltono Garlscnda and which was owned by the Marquis Malvezzl has been purchased by Baron Ratmondo Franchettl who is well known as a composer The Garl sends tower Is only 103 feet high but It Is ten feet out of the perpendicular rho obliqueness of the tower was occasioned by the settling of the foun dations Earthquake In New York Ogdcnsburg N Y Dec 2GA dla tlnct earthquake shock was felt here Telephone reports show that It was noticed all through St Lawrence county being severest along the St Lawrence valley Buildings trembled violently at Madrid 1C miles eaU from here The earthquake was accompanied by a noise resembling thunder which was sufficiency loud to awaken people New Railroad Mileage Baltimore Dec 2GThe Manufac turers Record has made a careful rev vlow of railroad construction In tho Southern States Missouri Indian territory and Oklahoma covering the entire year of 1903 and showing that 37078 tulles of line were built since Jan 1 last and that at least 41711 miles of line will be built in those states and territories during 1904 Dynamited the Safe South McAlester I T Dec 28 A bold bank robbery attended by a desperate battle between a posse of citizens and robbers occurred at Klowa a small town 16 miles south of this city the robbers securing and destroying about 2800 which was In the bank The men gained entrance to the bank building through a rear window Eleven Passengers Injured Kokomo Ind Dec 2GEleven passengers were more or less injured by tho collision of a westbound Clover Leaf passenger train loaded with Christmas passengers and a Pan Handle freight engine at a crossing here There were 120 passengers on the train Two cars were overturned Biggest Engine on Earth St Louis Dec 24 The biggest stationary steam engine OB earth reached the worlds fair grounds on 21 cars It is of 5000 horsepower The engine Is to bo installed in the center nave of Machinery hall Tho total gross weight of the shipment Is 720 tons divided into 202 packages Insurrection In Africa Cape Town Dec 28A general in surrcctlon has broken out among the Bondelzwarts tribes In Great Nama qualand German Southwest Africa Tho Insurrectionists have collected In the Kara mountains Deathof Critic New York Dec 28F N R Mar tlnez the musical and art critic of the World died hero after a months lines resulting from paralysis Thousand Made Homeless Manila Dec 29A fire in the pue blo of Calumplt destroyed 250 homos Several lives were lost and 1000 per sons wore rendered homeless ooa What would make a better investment thanone of our o o + 0o1 Self pronouncing+ o t Teachers BbloftAdvertillpd ton page 7 0o+ 0 oooho +o +o3 o +oa o +oa oa o +o+0ao +o +o aa oa o +o +oa od od o+o- aTo 0 Printers- t We manufacture the very highest grade of BRASS RULE BRASS LEADS BRASS LEADERS BRASS GALLEYS METAL BORDERS Send a memo of just what you require and quote you prices agreeablysurprised COtHiKhOBt t Send for our new catalogue PHILADELPHIAC O 908 FILBERT STREET PHILADEPHIAa This space has been purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen l THE CITIZENS CLASSI FIED AD COLUMN Ads in this column 6c per line first insertion 2Jc per line each sub sequent insertion six words to line No matter 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classes of food tones andstrengthens the stomach and di gestive organs Cures Dyspepaia Inv digestion Stomach Troubres 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 I have used a number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found to be a very effective and indeed powerful remedy for stomach ailments I recommend to my friends Sold by East End Drug Co LEADS AND SLUGS L S METAL FURNITURE METAL LEADERS SPACES AND QUADS METAL QUOINS us let us 4 all it it MRS L S ADAMS 01 Galwrton Texan blessingtoeven years with weakness and bear Ingdown pains and having tried sev eel doctors and different remedies with no success your Wine of Cardul was the only thing which helped me and eventually cured me It to strengthenthe By tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the wombovarian troubles or an of these ailments that women have You can cure yourself at homo with this great womens remedy Wino of Cardui Wine of Car lli has cured thousands of cases which doctors have failed to benefit Why not begin to well today All druggists have 100 For any stomach liver or bowel disorder Thed fords BlackDraught shouldbe used FondYlf and Ulnn adjKlYlmlrem tom The Ldler CMaenooe Iedielne C- Ctrtltnooer Tenn WINEOFCARDUIOFFER EXTENDED TO JAN 15 THE CiTiZENand the josHER both One Year for the Price of I THE CITIZENS The Christmas number of TUB JOBBER II the jocular journal for jocose jolliers 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 THE JOSIIEB certainly fills a long felt want The subscription price for the school year is 40e however by special arrange ments both THE CITIZEN and TUB JOSUER can be had for the price of THE CITIZEN alone 100 per year This offer is good only until Jan 15 The lighter and more humorous vein of THE JOSHER finely supplements the more serious and dignifiedreading matter found in Tie CITIZEN Send 100 to Jas M Racer Berea Ky at once and get the college jokes an well as the college news THE CITIZEN JAMISM RCER Publisher BEREA KENTUCKY t wGndr6odl k By P11 LA CASTER toopjrIjbt vv ttbt br Dsar 8Wq tb kJ- UT no work had never seemed shameful to Marie before She had always toiled willingly at her fathers tilde at the kiln or In the Held Had driven the steers that drew tne woodI had dropped the corn and sacked the coal And her selfrespect had never suffered Cest bon neither had she lasted the esteem of her neighbors They counted her a fine gal yaa Standing staunchly by a father not over strong by a mother burdened with many small children Sewing scrubbing cooking doing whatever her hand found to do and doing It gladly Generally dirty frequently tired i but ah oul alwayj bright and neat on Saturday evening when the sun dropped behind the pines and she sat down on her steps to await Ounlcian9 coming Tun When she caught the flash of his red Ue as he swung from saddle and heard the creak of his patent haptaffair was in that sweetest of all swee- tstagesthe certainty of her love for him beginning to blend deliciously with the certainty of his love for her And now she was ashamed of her work of her clothes of her love Mal hereux And It was a wee winsome shameIfMarie had welcomed the schoolteacher without a misgiving Had taken up uncomplainingly the extra 1load of work and gone to sleep In the I that this teacher might have a room to heraelf Perhaps in her heart she had hoped lo got some new Ideas from the teacher hoa to do her hair more stylishly and tie her ribbons into more fetching bows Voila She did I indeed get some new ideas The teacher may have learned male certalnment but the had no natural sense School had not been running a week Vefor she showed that It was the morning that she met blade coming out of thIcornfield where the girl had been pull f lag fodder since daylight Mario ti drenched with dew her skirts tucked u to her knees the teacher a reIturnedher skirts had run into the house hot r rwith shame Sacre It did not occur dainJso feel wretchedly in the wrong and for the first time In her fresh young life J ashamed I They next morning si drole yes Ma rie tried to pull fodder with her long skirts wrapping about her ankles Shp tired herself terribly and came to tho house so dreadfully bedraggled that her mother cried out in consternation but she did not pull much fodder There was only needed what happened a few days later to complete the girls undoing She hal been helping her j r sacledII eyes took in every HtcK of coal dust upon her Dont you bate to do such dirty work she asked compassionately Shades of sanity she meant to bq kindEh Men The girl bore up under the sense of degradation as best she could Oh mals oul But her shame was not her most dreadful dose A startung fear had thrown Its grim shadow ath wurt her hitherto fearless future If Uonlcian should be made ashamed also himfThey had been keeping company only six months but be never went with any other girl and for a long J time none of the boys had tried to walk homo from church with her Ma rte knew that behind her belt her girl friends called her Madam Uoniclin torTkher betrothal Andandaim annount Mere de lJleu the last time he called Dq lcla 1 hoiknife When she asked how ho had t broken It he had gune redder still and muttered something about cutting a withtbeat that a trueborn Cajan girl will always cover with a laughISo simple to try to cut a dime with a pocketknife she had Jeered Don ician had Justified himself awkwardly t with tile explanation that It was the first dime he had ever made that ho had kept it for good luck and then with a rather staggering directness demand bMnfMule had only a delicious display of dimples and dancing eyes Sho dIleased him royally that night and had gone away a little sullen at tho lastthe foolish boyto be gono a Iourquol Ho was captain tpooledbarge Neither of them had otI when they parted that he would r be gone so long his sailing orders lead come a week ahead Damn Marie fpit a little bail about U when sho heard If she had only bon 1lud rnoxt time ho came But nuw ovuri thing was chjagza 1 1 iJ Inti her gay coquetry gone A hundred n day she lookcu In torment at h itr barn feet and soiled or faded dothei and thought of his creaking patent leathers and natty ties Kile a confusl Ashamed Almost she wished that slit might never see him ngaln Whlln her sense of degradation burnt her tbo patient steers dragged the sledgcloads of wood to tho central spike and while she suffered the slow smoke curled higher and higher from the sides of the kiln Volla And while she worked at her tattlers tide in a cloud of fine dust and ashes she heard the news Tine Lily Uonlclans charcoal bargo and the blackest thing on the river bad returned to her moorings distantly Marios one consciousness became an aching dread Suppose he should not wait for Sunday should come to the house while she was sacking coal hid see her all dirty And the teacher would be there She rufhcd that sacking feverishly la pauv o tulle but sunset found still 20 sack to be filled and at the sound of horses hoofbeats she looted tu rough the soft black haze to see Donlcus roan mare rounding the corner lie had on a new straw hat and sat vey straight In the saddle Her fathersaw him also Mon Dleu does Donlclan chore You had better go to de house Marie shook her head There was good stuff Iin the girl yet IJapaIBut whllo her fin ers flew about her smutty tasK her heart prayed ceaselessly If only one of the children would think to bring her some clean clothes she could go down to the branch and wash Alas The llttb ones were too busy flying Into their shoes and stockings and makhtg coffee and Madam was too excited over her preparations for an extra goal supper to think cf poor Marie down to the kiln Almost regretfully the girt tied up the last suck She had but a faint smile for her fathers hearty then We go dls way he said soothingly and struck into path that would lead MARIE WAS DATv IX TilE YEQE TAULK GAItlEX them through the vegetable garden to the back door Quivering with dread expectancy Mario followed In her fathers sturdy footsteps through the garden past the potato house If only Donlclan was on the front gallery Darely ten steps away was clean clothes and shoes and stockings but to reach her goal she must pass beforo the kitchen doorif he should be In there drinking coffee Shrinking be hind her fathers shoulders the beat- Ing In her throat choking her sa came opposite the door There was a sound of scraping chair on the bare floor n stamping of feet a blurred vision 01 tall clean man and a fair fresh wom esetaipoint of a picket clinched In either hand her head bent upon her arm a maddening sound ringing in her ears her brain her heart A sound of clear sweet laughter mingling with a deal deep note of masculine mirth How every spot of smut burnt her at the sound Her bare feet and untidy hair and dirty dirty clothes Tco wretched to notice it she heard her mothers call to supper her fath ers mighty haha aa he left the kitch en with his guest her little brother shrill whistling as lie stabled Don clans horse Tired and ashamed slit clung to the pickets behind the butter beans and drank dryeyed her JItter dose Hound and yellow the moon swung up over the flues and found her there And then the garden gatt did not click and the bean leaves stirred not but a strong arm closed caressingly about ler shrinking shoul ders a deep quickbreathing brushed her check and a dear pleading voice comforted to the very core of her Why don you hurry op and wash chore Im tired talking to das school teacher me Were AH There- About 11000 automobiles were sold fn this country last year remarks tic Chicago Dally News thought to a dazed man It often looked an If that many were passing the point where ho war trying to cross the boulevard on any pleasant Sunday last summer dell Mew fur Iliniif A Springfield Muss man has In vented a machine for weaving cloth from wire Does this mean asks the Boston Advortlfccr that at last the small boy Is to have clcthlng that he cannot wear out Glenn Tlilnr Mrs Crlmsonbcak This paper says the Jawbone of a whale of average size measures about seven feet In length Mr Crlrasonbeak It doesnt mention the size of the Jawbone of the female whale I suppose Yonkers Statesman lint Sot to the Icrforiiirr A Duluth hunter rode a mile on the back of a wild moose which w e rise to remark was a most amooclng perform ante to lie spectatora The Uncleanliness of Bathing- By Prof John Dill Robertson ri O NOT bathe Bathing is the cause of pneumonia and acts harmfully upon the skirl as alcohol docs The man who never takes a hath will find that his skin is perfectly clean while the frequent bather has a filthy skirt because he makes a sewer of it The theory that the closing of the pores of time skin would result in death is false All physiologies which make such an assertion arc wrong and the pupils in the public schools who arc taught that such is the fact are icing misinformed Not only could a person cosc the pores of Iris skin without harmful results but a man could be paintctl with tar and left with all the pores of his skin closed without hindering the functions of any of his organ in any way The custom of many people of taking dry hallos is hurtful The rubbing of a rough towel over the skin removes the natural scales of the skin or time false skin and this conduces to the growth of bacteria upon the skin Instead of stopping the collection of bicteria upon the kin by bathing it is induced by the very precautions vhich arc taken for its prevention There arc two essentials for time growJi of bacteria on the skin These art heat and moisture Bathing causes both heat and moisture It causes Iwat by driving two thirds of the blood to the skin end a dry bath causes moisture by inducing perspiration- If a body of philanthropists were to visit time Ghetto and induce the inhabitants of this region to take daily baths they would in many ways he murderers liiev would increase the death rate threefold Hotwater bathing is as injurious as alcohol It draws the blood to the skin as does alcohol thus overheating the body and leaving the inter nal organs without their necessary amount of nourishment If a person bathes himself in loot water before going out on a cod day he will find in a short time that not only the blood which was drawn to the surface bq the bath has receded within the both but also the blood naturally on the surface of the skin thus leaving him much colder than he wouH have been ii he had not taken the hath Mv advice to citizens of Chicago is to quit bathing tomorrow and they will find themselves much healthier in a year from now than they have ever been befo- reAmerican and English Methods By Hon John Whitburn Mtcr City Council NfwcatleonTyne and Member Moely UJucalii nill and Industrial Commission to United States ri F DUN T go in for mauunl training like yon do Vc never diYnni tti ling a woman driving a nail but here we see girls lining that and a great many other extraordinary thins Iui we have men who sire determined lo make our c hllat illll1 svstem what it ought to be We in Kiiglnml have iit tit recognized that every child is a sacred trust Hin M1iols seems to exist solely for the piinoac of turning ut nn enormous number of snobs who deliberately as ert list all mm are Ibf equal to My nothing of WOHHII Out IluKaxor however is to educate our children along more liberal Iius to educate our propl into It healthy state of Ii cunttmlIn iliititl your great factories I have been greatly iniprrset by hit ingenious machines turned out by Americans I Ke- that you sweat the irrachinc instead of the men and this can IN traced to your methods of education Our system of education in industrial and commercial affairs is inferior to ytMtr You atc producing a type of citizen in advance of the British citizen Your young people arc snore capable In your factories everywhere I see the evidence of this They conceive great ideas and carry them into effect resulting in an increase of prxuction and a decrease of manual cffdrl and therefore you are able to pay double the wages that we do and sell better articles believe that your educational system is admirable It is founded upon a pure democracy which leads you to time altruistic You have the good sense to know time importance of developing individual power which will have result in an increased industrial and economic efficiency of your country It will produce a citizen able to carve out his own career in life and not he a pauper Why ill my country it is pitiable to see time inaptitude young men in time boom of life tmaWc to direct their own course in any wan desti tute of sufficient intellect to find something to do always somebodys tool This is a condition of things that we know cannot exist alongside of freedom and if we are to save our country we must remedy this con dition like to trace the effect of education upon the people of your nation You can fight when you want to and you generally manage lo lick your opponents but God preserve this country against the military spirit It is bringing Germanydown It is ensiling Great Britain Business and College Training By Chas T Yorkcs Forcer Chicago Street Railway Magnate College training spoils many young men who would enter a business career In my judgment a oil high school education is preferable rather than a c1i one for young men who have their own way to make in the world Americas progress is due to the fact that her r en lugin time battle of life early when they are full f ntlnisJasm and energy and when they are most adaptable to existing conditionsin their teens A boy who goes into business at Ii or 19 has seven tars say the start of a college man and the college man must begin in a small position and at a boys pay begin where that boy beganandnnturalh this dissatisfies the college man rims a man dissatisfied is a man that is spoiled for the days work In thioi tours I am speaking of commercial and business life along lints where experience and common sense arc needed more than technical knowledge Common sense is Netter than a high education anyway The man with common sense can always get an education but the best education in tit word doesnt bring you anymore common sense than what you were born wtli As for success the component parts of success arc a level head an honest intention industry and perseverance antithis is important just a dash of good luck An axiom which 1aim in the habit of calling my eleventh com mandment runs as follows The worst fooled man is the one who fools himself The young man who would make a success of life must have MW object death before him nmt follow that one purpose persistently and determinedly ilic man who dvides las energies invites disaster alld failure HOW HE GOT THE POWER The ylnry of V IV Irlorr Her nrlnl1 MPKHHI lo VlflliM of AlcMiliol It was early on Sunday morning when I was roused up by man want ing nu Interview being in dlsironi of soul Hastily dressing I went out to him and we stood talking In the dell clous early morning air of a typical colonial Hprlni day My name is W V and I have hall n dreadful night I made up my mind would come and see you the first thing this morning want to b saved properly Lam just going down fast under the drink carne out from the old county some years ago haw- Ing hud n good education but began then to give way and here am no bettor What node you conic to me heard you preaching In the open air last night anti I stoppvd to llstvu und something you imld made mo feel there might be hope for mr I want to know how to get dcllvcruiko from thin habit of sin that so completely muter meThen there followed n long conner sation about Ills past history where III lived what he was doing fur n living and a variety of details leading up to the previous night when he had been drinking the effects of which were only too visible In fact he was not then strictly speaking sober but hU mind was clear enough to understand the truth lie was thoroughly awak cued and Mncerely anxious What he felt ho needed and what I saw hi needed was a Cospcd riot of pardon much as of power over sin and this U what ninny today are wanting Men believe that somehow God U good and kind and Is willing to forgive their tOWKIUAlVOMPANVlNtl IAIIUON sins bill It U to bi dvltwrwl from tbV awful control of it that they are long lug for llohold I give unto you power over all the power of tbe enemy This U the sort of goodneM w want to know about and that W F alto hear of So our talk ratite cooed somehow to tho story of how the Lord Jesus healed the paralyzed man that was carried on iris mattress by four of iris friends and because there WON tie room for him In the crowd that hind blocked the passages an well nn the meeting place hail taken him up by an outside stalnaio had most unrrrr monlotifily torn up the roof and let hum down upon the heads of the people who were obliged to make room for him whether they would or no To this man the Lord mill Sen thy Bins are forgiven thce The Lord had In n iiiomrni read through tie past story hud turn ull the history of sin and suffering and trait attacked tow root of time trouble first which was tine sin In the heart It Is tin use lopping off some of the branches and leaving the roots and stump to sprout out again W F and talked out this first fact very fully until he saw that Ids future nurse very largely depend on a fresh start helot given him with a new power from an entirely new source ulone from nIThen he began to ash fir ansi ceive the pardon of nil leis pant life up to that Sunday morning hour trusting to a person to too to and carry through what lie hind offered lo do and for which lie wns thoroughly com petent and willing Hut how shall I know that nm truly nnd really forgiven Cihat will be the result The very thing you most ions for namely power over the drink craze Let us continue the story Jesus salt lint that y many know that the Son of Man math power on earth to forgive sins I say woo the stele of the palsy Arise take up thy lied and walk To carry what hall carried him to master what lead mastered Irma was to bo the proof of tho genuIncncHs of HU pardoning and tho man accepting the forgiveness of sine Immediately the man took up his mattress and throw ing It over his shoulder walked Btrnlght home This wns power accompanying pardon The question la Ia the Lord Jesus as competent us able aa willing to save a man Ilko you from the drink habit as to save that man from the paralysis If tin will oult hint Io you agree that Ho shall and do your htImorning After sonic little Umo of thinking It nil scorned clear to him nndthuro and 1 TT then he told tho Lord he trustul Him to do all this ho expected It ho accepted toIt just hUll lo be and he gave himself up fully nnd unreserved ly for the extinction of the drink pow er for the Incoming of the new power that should expel toil rcjcl the old temptationAnd youll knew and wo shall know that you hive uteri fully forgiven by seeing you saved corn pletely from tho love snub powrr of the old enemy Hut W P ninth my words You will havo it bright happy Sunday full of a newfound peace and Joy You will t bo thrown nmong fresh Irlumlfl will will give you a warm welcome a hearty hund shake nud real you right off as one of themselves nnd your will feel you lire n now man nut by six oclock tomorrow eve ning tho effects of tho drink will Im out of you and you will go down down A fit of the Hues will be on you and tllln will coin tho slrnui temptation to go back to lima old thing You will begin to think What a foot I made of myself yesterday amid what a fool theyvo matte of one Hn all rot therein nothing In It am no different I nm no bettor nothing hail really happened am at far off an over Now will come till first real lilt of fight You have got lo keep tellliiK the lord thin Lord Im In the blues and cant help It but Im not going to mind Thou art all right and I nm Thine and its Thy bt lneH to drive the bluc away for I cant nnd shant try to I gave niyielf to Thee yesterday with my full will nod heart and I havent changed so plea o look to tho blues and luck to tile for I am Iruxtlng Three all the tltur You havent Rot to help the Ixmt do llls own work but you luurej111 not to hinder Him by not believing lie will Uo auto you come and sea me al 730 tomorrow evening It will be our prayer meeting night And It happened after a dalUlit ful Sunday Monday evening arrived and about six oclock came the woeful blued At 750 he made hU way caw to tine wok right prayer inprt Ing Thin tuirrmindwl by judging friend triune of whom had gone through the sane ulltrlfIIC8 beforv he lmp4y trusted Him who had par doned to empower and lie did W F was aplondldly Mvtnl sly nine oclock that evening ht was right through on the other tide of tin blue and from that night bur inlet was continually bwinl pralnlnR aunt btpMlnic Gad for His iHtgbty mercy G flU 11 Soltau In llama Horn DRINKERS CAUSE ACCIDENTS lij II h l Mifi fur K rn Inderel- eIrhtlrr lo l irrmr Mo tor run A fr nd has rsat HS a taW of a burn Hired arridonii sad tN rattan occurring among Irebrtateeor per rous Intoxicated Tie cause were breaking of carrtanos runaway hart getting In front of rail way trains falling out of windows nnd M ONrroln tints table It appears that over half of the Dkdlllltl are dun to railroads and motor wagons Within ho last your a lame percentage of acci dents occurred In tins miss of automobile wagons and ho drawe the Inference that those volitclM aro tho most perilous tar i any wrona who use spirits An Ina briate engineer In the cab of an engine tuna only to triton or close the throttle valve and rails will hold the wheels on till track and the driver has Illlln danger unless sumac obstruction occurs In driving a inane tbe Inebriate has the Intelligence of an animal to protect him faint some of the dangers hilt lu guild lug a motor wagon there U absolutely nothing to protect him except iris scinsca and roawin When these are defective and faulty disaster Is Invited at every turn of the road Nothing will mom clearly bring out thn defects of reason and sense than driving a motor wagon In a recent rare the drivers were exam ined carefully before the race began tint cautioned under no circumstances to IlAfI splrltRlnnny form A moderate drinker who probably was convinced that alco hol had a food and eyunlant value vited two friends to take a ride with him for the purpose of showing tlio great tame of hll machine They stopped at 1 roadhouse drank freely of spirit end were never xron after Tine motor wagon was found at time bottom of a river t some miles away but the occupants were carried out to sea on the tide Several very sad accidents on motor wagons have been traced to thonlcohollzcd state of the driver Journal of Inebriety TEMPERANCE POINTS When London has decided whether or not It eats too much says tint Chicago Tribune It will find It equally profitable to ask Itself If It doesnt drink a little too muchA 100000 hotel with 210 worn especially for the moral religious trav eling public Is one of the latest projcetH In Indianapolis It will be without bar or billiard room nnd card playing will not be allowed Tho Total Abstinence society of Copenhagen Denmark reports a men bership of over 100000 among whom aro 37 mlnlHtern and 403 tcndiers Last year the Cachet arranged for 3981 tem perance lectures at a cost of about 17 000 lIen Coronnnl commnider In chief of tho French troops In Indo Cirhna la matting especial rffort to suppress drunkenness among Iho soldiers Ho expresses his regret bat warnings con cenlng the serious effects of drinking hbllB upon tho health are not heeded Out of 070 members of parliaments are reported to be total abstainers Hag land and Wales are credited with abstainers out of 103 representatives and Scotland with seven out of 12 members while Ireland with 103 representative has ns man BalO abstaln ts yy4J GUESSING SONG Oh ho oh hot Iruy who can 1 het I 1 irairp oer lha lund I icour orr the sea 1 iuflT the lull treo till they bowdown their tads Ant I rock the wee elopes ailt In their lrjiOh hot oh hot And oho can I bo TUal aaerp tier the tend lAnd ncourorrtbe etaf- I J runspte the bUIl1 of the gruyIttiiilcd dow I Up the rooks tall up uiul make him cry caw JIul though I love fun Im to bIg unit to- rilronif At a purr or my lire nh die great nM Iallalong Ob hot oh ho And who Mil I be Tint swttp oer the land and scour or the ptttT- I I leiall the wtttltrrotkvltilt WII y anti bat I ylay bare ndlJuBil with a runaway tut limit however I wunifir I ncr no astray Vr no where I will Ive u tree right of ttayl Oh hi oh lot And who Mn 1 be That nWI oer the Lund unrf neetirocr lhe r wa7 1 ftJilnx oer the heatMr I dunce up the rlrret Ir tvw that I huh al and frl tMli Thal t grrc- lIt mused In the tail and Im inn In the neat Hut I tilnk the Dean itrtdi li the dare I hive but Oh hot oil ho Anl who ran I be Tfc4 Awxp ocr n tend and icourotrlti drat- teary Johnton In Hi Nicholas ROOSTER FINDS MOON tf the itarnarl Ur Irons UUrovrrr Which ufirlird Him Vrrr Slurb llfxauso he had eaten too much sup jxr u rooster one night was unable to I kip anti ho just had to alt up on the roost and girl out through the crufilci In the henuousn roof at the Stahl while all the rest of his family filupl and snored ila thought the stare wore vary won derful and te Infant sccnied marvel aTho not day at he cmwod a field chitItlisni bi+oro and he lid not know what U wet This must ho the moon that I saw last tilgtit h f aatd finally I wo- ndr what It ilting down here In TIllS MlST HU Tim MOONI st ail of being up In the ory boautllHl it U true hut I would ilL lo BCO It shine as It did last night I upposo It doeant shine during the day no Ill watt until night and HOC It So Mr UooHtrr MI down by the ball and waited JIIt ami went down and It grow dark and black clouds hid tho Jllar and nil the sky hut still tho ball uimlil not shine It is very atnnRc declared the rooHtur as he fiat and walled All tho other chickens had goon to roant hours before but still tho rooster wnllud and watched Then tbo wind began lo blow and the thunder to roll and the lightning to dash nnd tho first thins Mr Rooster I new It was raining In torrents anti ho wn soaked to the skin nnd most frightened out of his pits 111 save the moon ho cried nnd ho grabbed tip the ball nnd tried to run with IL When ho reached tho hen honnn door tho rain hail stopped and the wind hind swept tho clouds from the iiky nnd Mr Ilooster looked up and saw tho moon smlllnj sweetly at him So this Isnt the moon after nil unld Mr Uooster lonldnt down nt the lsU Well I SUMS It must bo one off tho ntaraSt Louts Iostnispatch hell of llniunr Itnlr A roost IntercwtlHB niemoriul of the Romnn occupation of England has Just hei sold under the auctioneers ham mer This Is time Roman station of Mn iojlanna the largest on thu famous r will which marked tho limit of the Unman province After nn existence of 1 SOD years the walls of tho station IWu feet thick are In a wonderful stale If preservation Tho gateways are RoMospecimens of Roman work Some of tho wcdge nped stones In tho jtrohoB are still to bo seen on the ground Tho Interior of tbo camp is marked with lines ot streets and tho Ttilnn of buildings Mnrlm Woulil Xl Ciiinr I Small Willie was tying to write with a dull lead pencil that his mother had oJvou hIm but meeting with poor stir cfaw ho finally exclaimed Oh mart mt4 the wood has slipped down over the lead and the marks cant come out AMUSING PARLOR TRICK II L1nlledVeileredandtnfeflerodand leant lo 1prluriu II The performer allows himself to be tied with a fetter consisting of a baud as Is shown In C of Illustration One hand Is tied to the end ol tho banG first then the other The band must bo so long that the hands can move pretty freely The performer after being tied speaks a few words Introduction excuses himself for being obliged to tale off his coat takes off his coat and ap pears fettered an before Finally be slits his coat on again and asks somebody to cut the fetters which appear to be Intact and In the same con dition as when they wero tied at the be ginning of the performance To perform this trick effectively a cutaway coat should be worn having In Its back pockets the principal requisite a second fetter Realties this fetter a small pair of scissors Is secreted In tho same pocket This pair of scissors serves to cut the band tied by time audl FKITKHKD AND C IKTT nED ence for there fetters must come off to make room for the others After the bands of the IlfIrCormcr are tied he goes Into the pocket with one hand takes the pair nf scissors and cuts the fetters As his hands are tied behind his back nobody can see this manipulation The old fetters are put away In his pocket and the new fetter Is made ready for ute This tecond fet ter In made In the following way The hind ued U Just aa lung as the one need to tie the hands On each end a slmpl knot Is made a then a loose knot In time shape of n loop ttH allowing the band to slip for llghtnnlng around the wrists and loosen Ins as the Performer desire nH After the original fitters are cut and the root Is taken off the performer slips hoik hands Into the loop and pulls thrill tight This fetter cannot be distinguished from the original one Uy repenting this experiment all torts of variations In tying anti untying can be shown un til finally this pseudo band is rut oil by one of the audience Hoston Globe SPIDER ENTRAPS BIRD 1 llrimii lrrrtrr Imnilr flee Field luul alit uddeal Cnnc lit Uriel VU1 S OU walk into nIlllrlor7fcnld the spider to the My This time It was not the fly that the wily Hplder fought to entangle In his meshes but a small bird against which ho felt he had Just cause for grievance Il fcpcnis that during tho past season the Held museum at Chicago has been Infested with large quantities of ob noxious spiders They have festooned time tolling and great columns of tho building with yards of their shuttle work much to the annoyance of the authurltlfn Scrubwomen and Janitors have tried In lain to relievo the building of the pests nnd their work ICvcu the suggestions ot frost did not seem to greatly diminish the Insects Finally it wee brown creeper discovering the state of things there decided to take up his abode Inside and assist the author ties In ridding the building of the pests Fur several days he flitted about very much as he plcaved confining himself mainly to the rear entrance room wag ging up and down column after column and probing his lung bill Into ovary crev ice With his murderous vigilance he actually carried on a very effective work there He seemed a permanent fixture and the authorities aud the public eyed him amusedly The other mourning however as a cur utter of one of the departments was passing a guard remarked Theres a bird for your collection Looks as If It was done for Time bird lay panting cm Its tide al the bottom of pne of the columns Jlrlng a fly said the scientist as he took the little creeper In his hands rime guard held n buzzing fly on the point of a pin to tho birds beak saw It bite at It voraciously Doesnt look as if he were going to tile said the scientist I wonder whats the matter with him anyway Turning the bird over In his hand he found It had been entrapped In a large spiders web which hall bound tho wing and tall together In such a manner as to preclude Hying It looked ns If some wise old pldcr had resented the birds work of extermination and had purpose ly ensnared him In n trap The queer bandage was removed nnd time bird darted out over the Iron grating and shot out of sight across tie lagoon Chicago Dally News Tlif Armchair1 Mrcvr Tommles mother was having some furniture upholstered and sho sent him to the shop to son when It would be ready Its all done cept the sleeves to the big armchair the little man explained up ou hU return SIXTYTHREE KlllE A Through Passenger Train Wrecked Near Dawsou Pa Baggage Car and Smoker Telescoped the Engine Immediately Catching Fire Some of the Bodies Burned to a Crisp Connellsvlllc Ia Dec 21Wlth B terrific crash and a grinding noise the Duquesne limited the fastest through passenger train from Plttsburg to New York on the Baltimore Ohio plough ed Into a tulle of lumber at Laurel Run two miles west of Dawson at 74i oclock Wodnetday evening and It is estimated that G3 lives were lost anti 10 persons were Injured The train left Plltsburx Wednesday evening running a few minutes late In charge of Engineer William Thornley bf Con ncllsvllle When approaching laurel Itun which Is a particularly flume piece of roadbed tho train was running at a high rato of speed Suddenly the passengers were thrown from their seats by the llghtning like appllcatloi of the air brakes and a moment later there was a terrible crash The train was made up of two bag gage two day coaches one sleeper and one dining car and was carrying at the time at the lowes estimate 160 passengers The train ploughed along for a considerable distance and time cars were torn to pieces passenger I Jumping screaming falling from tin wreck as It tore along Suddenly the engine swerved to the left and the coaches plunged down over the embankment to time edge of the Yough loghcny river The minute tho care stopped rolling thero was a will scone Many were pinioned beneath time wreckage and the screams am cries that rent the air were beyond de scrlptlon Many were Injured In their mad excitement and plunged Into the river Others pinioned beneath the heavy timbers pleaded In agonlzci tones for release So terrific was the force of the wreck that nearly every passenger suffered a moments uncon sciousness and ninny of the abe hod li d men were tunable to assist In help Ing the Injured from tho wreck on account of having fainted Time killed most of them were for rlgners who were In the smoker just back of time baggage car They woro literally mailed alive the baggage car and smoker telescoping tho en gine nod Immediately catching lire Their liodlea lire lying ninny of them hurtiftl to n crisp In the baggage room of the Baltimore 1 Ohio depot to Ira removed later to the different titular taking ihopti In the city The entire population has turned out on masec to assist In caring for tho living The official statement of Sujterln lendnnt W C Lorree follows No 12 WOK derailed by running Into gome switch timbers or timbers nf about that size derailing time en line anti alt cars All the cars are madly damaged Do not think any ot he equipment will be able to go away from the accident on their own wheels except possibly the Pullman tars and the diner Time wreck was caused by time break Ing of the castings on a carload of bridge tlinbws on a westbound freight train which had passed Laurel Run not more thou 15 minutes before tho lllfntiil passenger train The wreck occurred on a curve and It was Impossible for Engineer Thornly to wo far enough ahead to detect time obstruc tic to on limo tracks The big Atlantic typo engine plunged Into the timbers at a velocity of CO miles an hour Tio engine ploughed Into time embankment and the baggage and express car were thrown Into the Youghlogheny rlvort The smoker was packed to Its utmost capacity and all time passengers were cooked alive Not a single passenger In this car escaped with his life and It Is estimated that at least 40 of the dead were In time smoker DnggagomastiT Thomas J Baum ot llnzclwood who was on the wrecked train proved himself n hero With his head and hotly frightfully cut he man aged to crawl from tho wreckage and groping his way along In darkness lagged the westbound passenger train No 49 Ho had nothing with which to nag the train except matches and these ho made use of In his ties peration by taking off his coat and setting fire to It Ho stopped tile train Just In time to prevent It from lilting ing Into time wreck anti adding further horror to nn already Indescribable tits aster I The biggest Steam Engine on Earth St Louis Dec 2tlho biggest eta lunar steam engine on earth reached the Worlds fair grounds Wednesday on 21 tars It Is of 6000 horse power The fiiglne Is to bo InMnlled In the renter have of machinery hall The total gross weight of the shlpmentis6t 720 tons divided Into 202 Senator Hanna Leaves for Washington New York Doc 24 Senator Hnnnn who has been confined to his room at the WaldorfAstoria by n severe cold was so far recovered Wednesday that ho left for Washington May Succeed Chairman Hanna Washington Dee 21 Secretary Root watt asked If It was true as re ported that he was being urged to sue cecil Mr Manna ns chairman of the re publican national committee Ho pro fussed Ignorance of tho foundation tot the report To Succeed Register of Wills Dent Washington Dec 2Ilt U under stood that Corporal James Tannur formerly commissioner of pension Is to succeed Louis A Dont as register of wills The change In offices will not take effect until Anvil 1 KentuckyState News h ELECTRIC LIGHTS WENT OUT For More Than An Hour a Wedding Party Was Delayed Lexington Ky Dec 21Ioor moro than nn hour Wednesday night a wedding party was delayed at the thresh old of the church because the electric lights had gone out Twenty lamps were procured from the nel hborhod and just as the party was marching In the lights gashed back Time princi pals were Mss Florence Graham Of rut director of physical culture ot State college and Judge Robert Lee Stout of Versailles The couple miss ed the train to Kansas City A simi lar accident happened in the sajQ church two months ago ONE BULLET Accidentally Fired From a Street Car Injured Four People Louisville Iy Dec 21Four per sons were injured by fragments of a bullet accidentally fired from are volver on the rear platform of a Fourth avenue car while tho car waa between Kentucky anti Hrocklnrldgo streets Those injured were Mr Creel Brown struck by piece of metal under the eye Mr John II Brand struck on thumb and right side of face by fragments of the bullet Mr W M McKown struck on hand and Capl Jacobs struck on the hand The injuries are not dangerous ex cept for complications TO FIGHT THE TRUST Burley Loose Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated Lexington Ky Dec 24Tho fur ley Loose Tobacco Warehouse Co cap italized at 50000 filed articles of In corporation Wednesday Tho company binds itself to pay an annual dividend of six per cent The company will work In conjunction with the Hurley Growers assoclatlpn formed this fall and controlling 40 Kentucky counties who will fight the trust Boys Mysterious Death Newport Ky Dec 21Cheap ran dy In opposed to have caused the death of Clarence the 15 year old son of Dr James W Crowley Third and Momnouth streets Wednesday The lad was seized with violent cramps after eating a quantity of candy and pkkols Monday and his condition grad ually grew worse until death relieved hits sufferings Real Estate Dealer Indicted Jnulsvllle Ky Del 24F D Fry er n wellknown real estate dealer of the firm of B D Fryer Son was In dicted by the grand Jury on the charge of unlawfully demanding to have ex changed for money a check bearing a forged Indorsement The check Is al leged to have amounted to 07760 anil was cashed by tho Western bank Sued By the Receiver Iaducah Ky Dec 4Col n C Caldwell has been sued l y Master Commissioner and Receiver Husbands for JSR23704 which It is alleged Caldwell owes as assignee of tho Pa ducah Building Trust Co Husbands alleges that Caldwell has converted time money to his own use Construction Hand Killed Covlnston Ky Del 21J1arry He mla about 20 years of age employed by Mr Hill foreman of construction on the C O road was run ocr and tilled In the railroad yards near Sev enteenth and Washington street Wed nesday evening by n freight train Work Will Be Resumed Mt Sterling Ky Dec 21 Arrangements have been completed whereby time West Liberty forehead railroad 8tallllstllliCortime coming spring and extended to the Tennessee line The Body Identified loulRvllle Ky Dee 24Tho young man who committed suicide at Fourth and C streets early Wednesday morn log has been Identified as Gr Hardln berry of Tennessee Little Is known of him Tae young man was about 20 yjurs of age Owenton Sold Lexington Ky Dec 21J C Mil lain tho local turfman sold the stallion Owenton fa Owns Georgia Kin ney for n private figure to Thaw Bros of folios Tex With him went tho wellknown mare Golden Harvest Killed at a Wedding West Liberty Ky Dec 24 Monroo KIsy nod Willie Havens brothers are charged with the murder of Davit Cas tie Tuesday evening on Grassy creek this county during a wedding feast They were arrested Wednesday Corpse Carried a Mlle Augusta Ky Des 24 Heynoldi Ward aged 15 years attempted to board a rapidly moving freight train and was thrown under tho wheels and killed Ills body was carried u mile after one leg had been cut off New 011 Field Opened nurkosvllle Ky flee HTho New Domain Oil Co brought In a 20 bar rot well Wednesday at a depth of GOO feet on the farm of William Bryant at Watervlew This opens up nn en tlrely new 1111111I clemency Granted Frankfort KyDoc 24Gov Beck ham Wednesday pardoned W W WII son sentenced to the penitentiary for two years for embozzlmcnt Wilson had been manager of a slice store in Louisville GillESPIE MURDER Four Relatives Were Indicted by the Gratin Jury They Were Driven to the Courthouse and SurrenderedThe Women Are Indicted as Accessor lea Before the Fact Rising Sun lad Dec 23ln Its re port of the Investigation of the assas sination of Elizabeth Glllespie on De ccmber 8 the grand Jury at 245 Tues day afternoon returned truo bills of murder In the first degree against James Gillespie a twin brother of the murdered woman Mrs Belle Seward her widowed sister Mrs Carrie Bar hour niece of Dr Thad A seamy of Cincinnati and Myron Harbour her husband Mrs Barbour Is a slsterln law of Dr William Gillesple brother of the murdered woman Bench war rants were issued immediately by Judge Downey The Glllesplcs were expecting them and Dr Gillesple drove to the home In a closed carriage and brought the indicted persons to the courthouse surrendering them to the courtA photographer attempt ed to take a snap shot and was struiby James Glllespie who broke away from Sheriff Hump and knocked the camera from his hand The four Indictments were read to the accused They showed no emotion wlh the exception of Myron Barbour The Indictments charged them with Feloniously maliciously and with premeditated intent causing death of Elizabeth Gllleaplc A conspiracy among members of the murdered wom ans own family to kUl her IB alleged James Gillesple her twln brother Is the one who Is generally thought to have fired the shot Each entered a plea of not guilty Capt Coles attor ney presented petitions for writs of habeas corpus on grounds that not enough evidence to Indict and liberty withheld on a charge of a crime of which they were Innocent Judgo Dow hey ordered writs returnable Immedi ately and the petition was heard Jaunts Gillespie and Myron Barbour were refused ball and were remanded to jail Crowds followed the two as they were taken to the county Jail near the courthouse by Sheriff lump and Marshal Overly An extra guard was placed In the Jail for the night All the pent uP excitement and strain un der which the people In the city have been laboring has broken out No via leppo Is expected however as the pen pie seen willing to let the law take Its course as long as It has proceedrJ thin Cn- rJames Glllcsplo and Myron Barbour took their Incarceration in Jail coolly The widowed mother of the murder ed girl almost SO years old who has been prostrated during the past two woeks was more distressed Tuesday night over tho recent developments than ever and her condition Is criti cal With ono child murdered two others charged with murder and othur relatives implicated she Is unable to be reconciled to existing conditions Rising Sun Ind Dec 24 Efforts to admit Myron Barbour Mrs far hour and Mrs Seward to hall wero successful Wednesday morning They were released but James GillespIe the indicted principal in the conspiracy to murder his twin sister Elizabeth Oil lespie was refused ball and remanded to jail Ball was furnished Myron Barbour In tho sum of neO Mrs Barbour and Mrs Seward ware each released on 7600 bond Circuit Jude Downey at 1030 Wednesday morning adjourned court until next tern which will open In Rising Sun on the ilrt Monday In March Capt John B Coles counsel for the defendants said Wednesday that he wind ask for no change of venue un less circumstances at the time of tho trial compelled It anti unless tho foci Ing against James Gillesple was too strong The defendants secured ball because of the habeas corpus proceed ings which were brought immediately after their nnest Tuesday Time do fciife apt prosecution compromise by remanding Jim Glllespie to Jail un ell March and allowing the others ball Some of the most Influential cltisn In town went on the bonds an sure tiesJim Gillespie and Myron Barbour spent the night In Jail under Increased guard which was asked for by liar hour There was no attempt at any violence but Barbour did not rest well Dr Gillespie visited him sev oral times and gave him ciodlclui Jim Gillesple had no trouble In slojt Inc The courthouse was crowded to the doors when tho Indicted prisoners were brought into Join the rest of tlc party While efforts were being made to secure bond fcr tem time defend ants held many long talks together hit corner of the courtroom Myron Bnrbour tins enlisted tho sympathy of a good part of the people tint tho scum timent against JIm Glllespte Is strong The circuit court whether In Rising Sun or Lnwroncehurg next term will see one of tte most sensational anti hardest fought trials ever known In Indiana Reed Smoota Ccunrel Wallace Ida Dec 24IV E Borah one of lime promlncst lawyers In the state Imo received a telegram from Senator Reed Smoot of Utah asking him to net as counsel in the contest over Senator Smoots seat In the son ate Richard Olney For President Boston Dec 4 Congressman W fl McNary announced that at the meeting of the democratic stato committee next IOlney ONE HUNimED DOLLARS A BOX Is the value H A Tisdale Sum merton S C places on DaWitts Witch Hazel Salve He 83YII1l1 had he piles for twenty Ijrears I tried many doctors and medicines but all failed except DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cured me It is a combi nation of the healing properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and em oilllents relieves and permanently cures blind bleeding itching and protruding piles sores outs bruises eczema salt theiim and all sldo dr oases Sold by East End Drug Co J Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 80000Surplu We solicit jour patronage JAMES BENNETT Pres- S S PARKES Cashier 01 BallariTi Ilorthoanil Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse croupy cough oppressed rattling rasping and difficult breathing Henry C Stearns Druggist Shullsburg Wis consin writes May 20 19011 have boon selling Ballards Horehound Syrup for two years and havo never had a preparation that has given betIter satisfaction I notice that when I sell a bottle they come back for more I can honestly recommend it 25cM50c and 1100 at East End Drug Store tV tpromptly obtain U It and Forvlni h i IItreertfOl1 Good for ChildrenrThe pleasant to take and harmless Ono Minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief ii nil cases of Cougb Croup and LaGrippe because it does not immediately piss into tho stoOl ash but takes Meet right tu the Boat of tho trouble It draws out tho in m flammation heals and soothes and mires poruiauoutly by enabling tho lungs to contribute puro lifegiv ing null lifesustaining oxygen lo the blood mid tissues Dr Armstrong of Delia Tex prescribes it tinily nod says theru in no better coughromedy miuli Soul by East End Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Wntch and clock repairing are Uu specialties of Williams shop Agency for M i N Ltuadry Take All your troubles to hies Work guaranteed EARLYTeti RISERS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid LIver Jaunrdloe DIzziness and all troubles aria Ing from an Inactive or sluggish liver DaWllfa Ulll Early Risers are unequalled They act promptly and never gripe e They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure to take them One to two set as a mild laxative Iwo or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purly vefelabla and absolutely harmlju They Ionic the liver- Y JUI DCAizt CI SUPPLY no IIID If C C DWttt 0 Co Chicago THE CITIZEN It IOVER SIXTY ARE DEAD Engine Hits Timbers and Entire Train Leaps From Rails ESCAPING STEAM ADDS TO IrrriryliigSrrciiiM Unit the Air Vlirn Triiln Plunged Down Kinlmiikinriit liter Coiiolir Vert Torn liy Elm IIITS IMnlonrd In Wrrtlsnjjp Ago iilliig CrirsAre Mmle liy INisMiiKt- rConnellsvlllc Pa Dec 21At least 03 persons wero killed and i persons Injured In the terrible rrec of the Duquesne limited the tastes train on the Baltimore and Ohio from Plttsburg to New York The tram plowed Into a pile of lumber and then rolled down an embankment fewIWhen approaching Laurel Run which is a particularly line piece of roadbed the train was running at a high rat of speed Suddenly tho passenger wore thrown from their seats by tho lightning llke application of tho air brakes and a moment later there wa a terrible crash The train was mad up of two baggage two day coache3 i one sleeper and one dining car anti was carrying at the time at the lowest estimate 150 passengers The train plowed along for a considerable distance and the car wero torn to pieces passengers Jumping scream- Ing from the wreck as It tore along Suddenly the engine swerved to tho left and the coaches plunged down over the embankment to the edge of tho Youghlogheny river The minute the cars stopped rolling there was n wild scene Many were pinioned be neath the wreckage and the scream that rent the air were beyond descrip tlon Many were Injured and In their mail excitement plunged Into the river Others pinioned beneath thn heavy timbers pleaded in agonize tones for release So terrific was the force of the wreck that nearly every A passenger suffered a moments uncon sciousness and many of the able bodied men were unable to assist In helping the Injured from the wreclt on account of having fainted A peculiar feature of the acciden- Is the fact that not a woman was In jured except slightly The wreck r was caused by the breaking of the J castings on a carload of bridge Urn bers on a westbound freight train which passsd Laurel Run not more than 15 minutes before the ill fate passenger train The wreck occurred 4ona curve and It was impossible for Engineer Thornley to see far enough t ahead to detect the obstruction on the tracks Japan Buying Flour St Paul Inn Dec 29 Within the past eight days Minneapolis m111 have booked almost 100000 barrel of flour for export to Japan There was further Inquiry reported and It Is not unlikely more business will re suit For some time Japan has been 4 a heavy buyer of American flour Tho millers are reticent about discussing the Japan business but admit thot the orders are still coming and one large company alone Is known to havey booked close to 50000 barrels within a day or two The Japanese govern ment has bought no flour direct Will Be Back Next June Chicago Dec 28Preparatory t leaving for Australia John Alexander Dowlo bade farewell to his Chicago adherents at a meeting In the audl torium Standing room was at a pre mium After an allnight watch meeting In Zion City Now Years eve Dowie will leave for New Orlean and will travel to San Francisco via tho southwestern route stopping at various large cities en route He intends to sail from the latter port Jan 21 and counts on being back In Chi cago next June Dixie Sails With Marines Philadelphia Dec 29The auxili ary cruiser Dixie salted from the League Island navy yard en route for Colon carrying 600 marines and flvs months living and fighting supplies for 1000 men Six companies of marines divided Into two battalions sailed on the Dixie Company A Is composed of men from Boston corn pany II Washington company C An napolis company D Philadelphia antI companies E and F Brooklyn To Be Second Naval Power- S Washington Dec 29 Senator Hale chairman of the committee on naval affairs said that It is the In tention to make provision for another liberal addition to the navy during the present session of congress Ho says that when tho additions already authorized are completed the United States will have a more powerful navy than any other nation except Great Britain Russia Buys Yankee Be fISan Francisco Dec 29The firm of Gets Brothers Co has contract ed with the Russian government to supply the latter with 3000000 pounds of boot and Getz Brothers i 11Co aro making demands upon all the packers in the west having al ready placed an order for 1000000 pounds with Cudaby Co to be dells ered in this cltcI Death Watch FledcMartlnsburg W Va Dec 26 I friends and relatives of GeorgIc c IDusey a colored man were watching over his bier the supposed corpse intobehind him addressed the 7rwatchers telling them that he waaI not dead nor ready to die The Catchers fled I ly J arJlM 6EVENTS OF THE WEEK ITEMS SELECTED AND ARRANGED FOR CONVENIENCE Any One lny Hecinnp Tlioroiislily ruriiiril on IrHilIni lliii nliia r of 5till U uy liy Hiiiply llnuiln Down Till Column TIKSIJAV Pneumonia Is reaping a harvest of death In Chicago Macedonian revolutionists are or Ranlzlng to Invade Turkish territory Total number of deaths from the headon collision at Grand Rapids Is 3Sk Christian Bode Portsmouth 0 James and Ben jamin Allen have been arrested A cut of 10 per cent will be made In the wages of the steel workers In all of the Carnegie mills The men voted to accept the cut mincIster has stated to the government that Panama will bear a por elion of the debt of Colombia At Akron 0 Frank Scott a fire man Cleveland and Walter Hartley brakeman Canton were fatally scald ed by the explosion of a locomotive atefull speed MONDAY At Stenbenvllle 0 Hugh Wecm a glass worker stabbed John OBrien fatally Mme Henrietta Duperron one of the best known characters In Paris Is dead The president has delegated to the governor of Hawaii authority to Issue passports Three men were drowned In Boston harbor by the sinking of the dredge General Poe The Bolivian congress by a votenf 41 to 11 has approved the Aero treaty with Brazil President Loree of the Baltimore and Ohio road has been chosen presi dent of the Rock Island railroad The gunboat Vicksburg sailed iron Shanghai for Chemulpo Korea where local riots recently endangered Amer lean life and property The First National bank building at Marietta 0 was destroyed by a fire which started from a gas explosion- entailing a loss of over 100000 S ATI Ill AY Bakers to the number of 1800 In Paris are on strike Howaid Smith was Instantly killed at Strasburg 0 by a CantonAkron electric car Fire In a sixstory building at St 1Iaul damaged the structure to the ex tent of 1200000 Louis Adraln mall agent of Knox county 0 fell from a train and was perhaps fatally Injured Charles Stimmel was found guilty of murder In the first degree at Day ofsmercy Emma Sheldon and Ell Hempho of Hlghwood Mich were run over by a train and Instantly killed while dr- lling across the track Consul General Oliver J D Hughes at Coburg Germany has resigned and Henry Saylor now consul at Dawson City Yukon territory has been appointed his successor KltlDAY A Jury has toned Carl Berg guilty of murder in the first degree Sen tence will be passed Jan 2 oFire at Frankfort Ky destroyed the wheat elevator of time Jem Milling company and over 60000 bushels of wheatFirst Citizens bank at Cameron W Va is closed owing to unusual withdrawals and inability of the InstI tutlon to realize on Its paper Mrs Benson Weaver was found dead in her home In Cleveland O Other members of the family had nar row escapes from death Leaky gas pipesProperty valued at C4000 was de stroyed by fire at Minneapolis which gutted the fourstory building in SIcollet avenue known as the Grin nell building Colonel John Beatty general man ager of the Green Bay Phosphate company at Bartow Fla while driv- Ing to his mines was shot from am bush by a negro he had discharged TIIUKSIIAY United States Minister Beaupre left Bogota Colombia for the United StatesLawrence O Murray of Chicago has been chosen assistant secretary of commerce and labor Hiram W Beckwlth 72 a law part ner of Abraham Lincoln from 1856 to 1S61 Is dead at Chicago Five laborers were killed and many Injured by tho collapse of the old Thirteenth Regiment armory New York city An epidemic of typhoid fever threatens Plttsburg Pa Four hunt Bred and slxtynlne cases have been reported so far this month WED ES Y The bank at Tower Hill III was robbed of 5000 No clew Two highwaymen wore slugged by streetcar men when making an attempt to hold up tho car at Chicago Fivo professors and a government officer were arrested In Chicago charged with operating a distillery contrary to law Dr Egdar C Swain Cleveland 0 dentist committed suicide in his of by attaching a rubber tube to a gas jet and placing the other end In his nostrils At Bennlngton Vt Mrs Mary A Rogers was found guilty of murder InI first degree In killing her husband Marcus H Rogers The verdict carries the death penalty LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Grace Pierce of Lorain is a holiday visitor nt the homo of Rev and Mrs A E Thomson Mr P K Tutt who is working nt McCormick Ky visited his family here the past week Miss Leuora Mohler of Lodi Ohio is spending the holidays with Editor and Mrs Jan M Racer Miss Anita Lindley of Greeuflburg hid came Thursday night nUll is the guest of Mia Jennie Lester Hill W G Best of Cincinnati aunt Miss Sallie Chrisman of Coviagton Ivy wore the guests Wednesday of Miss Grace Looter Mr and Mrs W A Todd entertained a number of their young friends Christmas night at their home on the Paint Lick pike W H Holliday left Monday for his semiannual trip throughout East ern Kentucky as travelling salesman for an eastern manufacturer Filled two days after the paper cameout and had TWENTYEIGHT answers after that This is only one instance Use our want column F E Hamilton spent Christmas and until Monday at Williamsburg the guest of the Rev Mr Graves pas tor of the Congregational church thereJames E Dowden of Chicago III returned to his home Christmas after a ten days visit with his Aunt Mrs S E Davis and other relatives and friends here H M Racer returned from Ohio Saturday morning He was accom panied by his mother They will keep house in rooms at Mrs A E ToddH Prof W P Chapman professor of agriculture at EcksteinNorton Uni versity at Cane Spring Ky visited his mother here the past week return ing to his work Monday John Welch and sisters Misses Dooley and Hildaare over from Lexington where they have been attend ing school for their vacation They willreturn to Lexington Monday- If there is any alarm it is not in Berea As Dr Cornelius said last week Friends at a distance may rest assur ed that the young people at Berea are on the average safer here than they would be at their homes Mr E T Hudson a sketch of whose life appeared in Tile CITIZEN a few weeks ago on the occasion of his golden wedding anniversary celebra lion died Monday Dec at his home near Dreyfus His wife survives him The old Cumberlaud house has been moved so as to front on Main Street It is being fitted up for a grocery store and will bo occupied by Preston fc Co Mrs Bettie Mason has rented the room vacated by Prea ton for a millinery and notions store R G Engle who has so success fully managed the Garnet Hotel at Richmond for the past year takes charge of the Miller House on Main street next to Joes Corner tomorrow Jan 1st Ho will be glad to meet all his friends and patrons there Fielding Johnson a leading actor ney of Knott County has purchased a house and lot in the Elder addition and was here the first of the week getting four of his children started in school He will return in ten days after which he with his family will be permanent residents of BereaI James Hall an exslave living near Wallaceton lost his house and conI tents by fire on last Thursday HeI is 65 years of age and unable to ana tain so great a loss Kindneighbors are ciruclating subscription papers and Mr Hall is grateful for any helpI he may receive Religious services at the Baptist church next Sunday Subject CorI morning Thou thalt have no other gods before me the second of theI series of sermons on The Ten Com mandments1 In the evening the New Years sermonpostponed lastI Sunday evening when the pulpit was very acceptably filled by Rev Mr Donger of Oneida KylProf L V r nesday from Urbana Ohio where he had the pleasure of officiating at the marriage of his son Prof E G Dodge to Miss Mary 0 Hoopea He came by way of Louisville where he delivered an address before theI Colored Teachers Conference in seas ion theta Mrs Dodge willremain in Urbana some days longer Miss Violet Burkett of Fremont Ohio and Miss Margaret Horn of Lorain Ohio came here ten daysago purposing to spend their vacation doing religious work in the mountains They were able to go out but one day account of the severe weather Miss Burkett will return to her home Friday while Miss Horn haudecided 4 to study here during the winter uiul curry out her purpose of going into the mountains in thin spring Miss Liio B Gentry daughter ol Simpson Gentry n citizen of Beren and an old soldier was married on Wednesday afternoon of last week at her homo to Rev J C Cross of Ml Storliutr Ky Rev T H Broaddus olliciating Thu brides dress was of white silk The house was decorated with Christmas wreaths of holly and roses An elaborate supper was served in courses The guests number ed 05 Many beautiful and valuable presents were received Rev Cross is woll known as a minister of ability and will carry with him the best wishes of a host of friends They loft Friday for Mt Sterling Ky where they will make their homo Alarm Subsided We wish to assure our readers that all alarming rumors about the state of health in Berea are utterly false The two simple remedies of vaccina tion and quarantine that ia shutting oil callers from houses whore small pox exists have stopped the disease Since last week only one new family that of Mr Chnsteen has boon afllict ed and this has oncured through in excusable carelessness And one student MrlArthur Weaver of Rock castle county having been exposed about the time of his vaccination has had a mild nttack of varioloid Free Speech Tilt CITIZEN believes in free that everybody should spetChI chance to express what he lieves In accordance with this principle we publish thiwetk two articles which appear to us very foolish and mistaken One is an article against education bathing and the other aganst a college The experience of the world shows that these articles are equally false inICreain proportion as men secure they find success and h educationI to their families and their commun ities rot CAN NOT Detect the bad odor coming from your own nose or head if you have catarrh but your wife or friends can Do not disgust them by such trouble Use Puracamph It will relieve in stantly and cure or money refunded For sale by S EWelch Jr druggist A pair of ladies or mens house slippers a pair of gloves a tie or a muffler makes a handsome and ac ceptable Christmas present They can be had in endless variety at Rice- R Arnolds Richmond Ky Boys AND OlltUS Meet with many accidents during Christmas celebrations Paracamph relieves instantly Burns Cuts and Bruises and heals without leaving ugly scars So mothers be sure to keep a bottle of Paracamph in your house For sale by S E Welch Jr druggistThe Irl II lllck eel Alinaniic Tho Rev Irl H Hicks Almanac for 1901 is now ready It will ba mailed to any address for 80c It in surprise ing how such an elegant costly book can be sent prepaid so cheaply No family or person is prepared to study the heavens or the storms and weath or in lOOt without this wonderful Hicks Almanac and Prof Hick splendid paper WORD AND WORKS Both are sent for only ONE DOLLAR TEAR WORD AND WORKS ill among the best American Magazines Like the Almanac it is too well known to need further commendation Few men have labored more faithfully for the public good or found a warmer place in the hearts of the people Send orders to WORD AND WORKS PIMILISH Lao Co 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo IIILIOLS COMO PKKVKNTKD Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease appears and a threatened attack may be warded off Hun dreds of people use the remedy in this way with perfect success For aale by SE Welch Jr Thousands of Sleep Burn Buffalo N Y Dec 29Seven thou sand sheep wero burned to death at the fast Buffalo stock yards Tim long sheds In which they were con fined wore swept by the flames before any of time animals could be release Tho loss Is estimated at 75000 It was stated by Superintendent Leigh that the fire would In no way Inter fere with the handling of live stock here Plenty of space Is available III the cattle and hog sheds to house the ahau arrivals +O olooio oo loiolo l010+09 oolalal o +00+0 + jO oool0 o 0 d EVERYBODY I WEARS J 0 J SHOES i- o + o o why not wear good situ when wo soil you o GOOD UPTODATE SHOES f Jr o 5justtWo are lenders for style wear and comfort and you cant miss t it if you buy Iron us r Anything and everything you want in mens furnishings and ti can please you in style anti price o- o Call in anti look over our various linos so you mn bo convinced v Yours for business I Crutcher TribbleI+ o aoo3 od od o + oo+o+o t o o t o+ od o o od o3 o +od o + oo+o DR FENNERS f Kidney Backache IAL80 Pumms viii 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Kaccr Versa Kf Date 190 JAMES M RACER Berea Ky Inclosed find for Tile CITIZEN until i with Moot s Latest Sermons according to your offer v Namer fPOSlolCounty State 1 HINTS ON BUTCHERING Coiialrurt n eiiioil Strung llnimrr nn II arc liilo uf 1nnunorr and llhnl Vurk Fur hogs we prefer the IolnnilChlnss Wlillo tiny do not produce ns large Ut ttrs they fro larger hogs and of R moro dignified Mipearancc Tor meat teed IHIIIO and Muscle producing ood until about six months old and give them a ttrady shove then nud fatten on corn and sometimes uiu h Tor meat ve often kill some of the old tows Tlietc wenfatten lu the same manner Do not J A HANQKIl THAT HOIUH feed your sow for at halt 12 hour ue fore kllllnB longer Is better When ready lo kill go tiil llv to the pen with rifle In hand and shoot them To knock thrin in Iho head a brutal method and II fait being door away with Hired them qulekly Tub to your barrel or Pourcover the IIOR and seated well Hake away the hair mid thru crape Whoa this con hang on a hann r like the one In tile rut 1lac the hog on hook H and then lift up on the lctr A Ilnee the lips nKllnrt the fenc oreKh stationary object Take out entrails rte Hnd wash off by dashing water oter IL Alter It has cooled cut tit and place la storeroom 10 cool until the text day two days Is better Then apply Wilt and let It stand foranolhor day or two Then put down In tall In barrels or laze When It tins thoroughly taken salt take It up and i make elMitr with hickory chips or the bothIwhichever jou wish The condensed make It think perfectly harmless U ttan r In Ohio Farmer LITTLE HORSE SENSE rA the stalls clean and neatly bed dedNow le a good time to whitewash the stables Never tie a horse when hot and sweaty In a ilrtft IRltrfdtltrt corn fodder la excellent j fend for horses that are Idle or doing light work but It must be dry and tree from mold Good for Gen Miles Ills latest gen LBrat order beforo retirement was to prevent the docking or mutilation of horses In the army The lenses of a hones eye are so shaped as to greatly magnify objects kt which ho looks Then dont heat Llm It ho boogers a little Tho muscles of n horse used for heavy work become used to heavy strain but are not accustomed to quick motion Itcmember this when tempted k to drive fast Close up the cracks as drafts cause stiffness of muscles and much grain Is needed to keep In Loot work trim and provide warmth Hoards and nails or thantwjll protect the frog from sharp points of frozen ground and prevent snowballs forming In the hollow hoof he fides giving confidence and surefoot- edness to tho animal It Is easily put j on and easily removed after the Icy I weather has passed Karm and Home JPih111 Shrpi t ut 3altf Experiments have recently been mndo In France for tho purpose of ascertain fag tho nutritive value of salt for sheep Three groups of sheep Were otherwise fed with the same feed but the first lot received no salt each of tho second lot half an ounce ol salt dally and each of tbo third lot threefourths of an ounce dally the ounce being reckoned at about t 28St grams The remit was that the sheep of the second group each gained In weight 4Vi pounds more than those which received no salt and about 1U pounds more than those which received over half an ounce Moreover the sheep which reciTTcttFatrnMwJKvMid l i pounds moro wool than those which received ro tall The report does not state how lung the experiments were continued Vlotrr Feeding rf Urn The farmer raises the needful grain for his fowls but oven In a mixed ra tion of what he can cheaply provide for the hens the proper amount of protein needed for the winter egg laying maybe missing This may be supplied In the form of plenty of skim milk hut If the supply of skim milk bo Insufficient then tho farmer roust provide a reason able amount of protein In the form of the animal mivt that are well adver died tinlein ho has a good supply of nicely cnii clover hay for the winter laylns lidoatmcrs Voice GOOD SENSE OF HENS ThCI Cnn 1iirclcll llnln unit Storms and err Allna llrcnlnr In Tlirlr Iliililln i A chicken tier In Connecticut told me BOinethlng about chickens that I did nut know before said a dominie who spends a ff w weeks walking Inthccoun try every summer It was late In Thai day and 1mtttped nl the gate of a little Turin house to ask for a cup of water The farther was watching his chicken house at the brood one by one turned In to roast He was to Intent In his watch lint he did nut tee me until lied Hpoken Then he began talking about chick ens and I sails that from my observa tion a chicken had less sense titan anything else with feathers The farmer at once look mo up You never raised chickens he said or you wouldnt say that Chickens can delft your city weather than In pre dicting rain You wouldnt notice this however unlest you made a business of raising tin Unless the shower Is awl den they high to run to and fro before the downfall us If a hawk was In the air and then scurry to shelter Another peculiarity about chickens In their yslFiu In making certain rounds everyday when the weather Is fair They start out In the morning and go to given points with the regularity of a clock They may ho shooed off their course but is soon at the fright la over they return and they continue the route wind Ing up late In the day at the place of beginning have tried to fool a chicken now and thou by taking It oft Its beat and putting It down at tome other point Uy waiting found that It Invariably returned to the place whero I bad picked It up and from there It resumed Its regu lar court Unless there Is a rain chickens will never leave their dally course until the llmo draws nigh for them to come homo to roiMt They may bo n trllle late now and then at sums of my brood are this evening but they will come Thats more titan some folk know added the farmer looking at me In a ixrullar manner which prompted me to so on my way Detroit Km Prey ISA V THE FEATHERS Whrn rtI Trrnlril Tliry Arr of Yulurunranerahtlly n Vrll u fur Home tr- On a majority of tUrin there Is waste of fvnttiir The rosin iiolnt U to ttrtlUe the feathers as they contain blood This ran be done with very warm rekIbe saved no only front ducks und geese but alto from chickens and turkeys Provide two Urge bas one for feather from geese and ducks and one for fl alb era from turkeys and chickens Whtn enough feathers have been collected to make a pillow or cushion cut the shape out of bedticking and stitch closely all around the edges with the exception of a small opening at the top which Is left for the insertion of the feather Before filling turn the bag or case Inside out and rub what Is now withIIt with Its contents In a close boner and boll for a few minutes moving It about with a stick and lifting It up and down Finally lake It out drain iqucczeout the water and hang up In u light airy place lo dry lu a kw days the feathers will be light and fluffy and free from any un pleasant odor as the boiling eliminates the oil and blood Keep the feathers loose whp n drying to prevent slickin- gtugclhcrClncinnatl Commercial Trib une SECTIONAL COOPS Nn Oilier tllnnr Poultry Hume Dc lee I llullc n ennvrnlrnl n Till fine This Is one of the most convenient ele vices about a poultry house If It Is de sired to carry over an extra male he ran OOPS IN siC TIONS be lint Intl such a coop If a hen gels broody here Is a place to put her until broken up If a fowl Is to be fattened the coop stands ready to resolve It Made as hown It can be chaned out In ten sec onds Dishes for food and drink can be hung on hooks at the side Set this sec tional coop up against the wall of the poultry house and you will wonder how you ever gut along without ItJarm Journal VliUJ Mnltlnrry HUB Done The itatUtlcs nf the United States de partment of agriculture show that In 1K10 It required 1794 cents worth of labor to iroduco n bushel of whtut In 1S9G this was reduced to 3lcnIR In 1S50 the limo relresentlngthe produc Ion of a bushel of corn was i hours In 1900 It wee reduced to 34 minutes This saving was largely brought about by tho Introduction and use of Improved farm machinery Pasture Soil for Corn Hero Is a now wrinkle In preparing pasture sod for corn Plow late this fall and plow shallow two Inches Is deep enough Then next spring when ready to plant plow It again this time five Inches deep anil harrow und plant The reason may not be apparent until you have put this method to actual test and noted tho excellent mechanical condition of ground so treatedMkl land Farmer Never set directly behind a led born THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lfm In the Intfrnntlmtnl Strict fur Itiiiunry 8 itill Ishe HO- JItiiuil lit Jcun T1IR IFSSONFBXTLuke stronginof God wan upon him II Now his imrrntn wrnl to Jrruialtmevery year at the trut ot liar rallover And when he wR2 twelve years old they nt ill up to Jcrutulem alter the cui torn of the feast And when they had fulfilled the days U they returned the Jesus tarried behind In JertiiHtein and Joseph und his mother knew nut of It slut they supposing him to have been In the company went u days Journey and they sought htm umonc their kinsfolk und acquaintance And when they found Him not they turned Lack auulii to Jerusalem seeking Him 48 And It came to pass that after three days they found Him In the ttinple sitting In the tnldm of tb doctor both Marine the m and eking them questions Mid nil that heard hint were onion tilted at Hli undermandliiK mid answers 4J And when they sax Him they WttC amazed and JlI8 mother said unto Him Hon why past Thou thin dealt with iu 1 behold Thy fathtr and have sought Then for row Int 48 And Ho said unto them How lilt that ye sought meT wlt ye not thai trust te about my Fathers business A And they understood not the saying which lie spoke unto them 411lul He went down with them and came to Nazareth and was subject unto them hilt lit mother kept all time fay Urge In her heart t And Jesus mcrtuitd In nliduin und stature and In favour with Jod und man GIIIJIIN TIVr adlru Incrrascd- hr Mlniliini Hinl jiliitiirr oJllI favour thh God nml Inn nbake iir J OUTLINE OF SrltllTFllH SUCTION Jemn Divine OrI11n0Il XrThe Itube JuullJuktI 11 The Uoy JuuLuko 21052 TIM K Probably JClIIbtr i II C riAtU Jtiu war born In llrthlehem Judea Ills home was In Naxureth Oullke und vhtn U year old vIMtcj jriuulctii NOTUS AND COMMENTS Jesus Divine Origin Many of our lessons postlbly most have to do with the IIflllllll of Christian living Frequent ly however our attention should be re called to the fundamental facts of tho rtllslon wo profess and we mutt not for jet that these fundamcnials arothe de cision places of our study What doe believe about Ural shout Jesus Christ about mankind Much of what we be lien about God depends upon what wo believe Gods Son A part of this lea toll lays great emphasis upon Jesus vine origin or we should say ills hu man and Divine origin He was a men lost like ourselves In many particulars That lie was mi more than this tome inn would have tis to believe On the other hand tome have laid so much em phtKls upon Ills divinity that the hunan tide of Jeans character teems entirely crowded out Our record declares he was the ton of Mary human and the Son of God Divine If we accept the New Testament record as glen In all four fjof prlt we cannot Ignore either In Him God and mn are one The Babe JrsusJoseph and Mary of Nazareth Galilee In accordance with the Imperial edict ordering that a cetsue of the Roman world he taken went beck to the home of their ancestor which hap pened to be llethlehem n Judran village o be enrolled with thilr fellow tribesmen of that place The couple found themielves too late to find entertainment At the Ice and were for d to fled ehtl irIn a stable tram the Child Jesus was born In pottle contrast to the birth In the stable Luke tells of the vision and the visit of the vlicpherds Nothing more beautiful Is recorded anywhere In sit literature At night an angel appeared to these humble men and they were the first to learn that wonderful message fte not afraid for behold I bring you good tidings of great Joy which shall b o all people for there Is born to you his day In the city of David a Saviour which Is Chrlkt the Lord Then was Beard the argel chorus Glory to God ui the Highest and on earth peaceairong men In whom lie U will pleased Mat hew record the visIt of the wise men The Boy JesusEigld days afhrobirth of Jesus lie was taken to Jerusa hem and circumcised according to the Jewish ritual law Then came the Jo lephs vision Matthew 21318 and tho flight Into Egypt After shout two years the death of Herod permitted the return of the little family to their home In Nazareth Hut Jeans was educated In the Mosaic law taught to attend tho synagogue and polhly picked up some thing of the art of the carpenter ftom being situ His father rind during nil this time quoting tho revised version The Child grew and waxed strong tilled vIth wisdom and the grace of Gcd wits upon Him llmni thirst Illnxtn Sin sows the seed of sorrow Character Is never born full grown The life that dates not go out cannot Co tipA cry of need Is a heavenly commission flue gods that men stake are always loss than the men that God makes The Sight of time ought to remind us of the coming of tho tlmc of our Illght A prayerful hearing of the sermon Is as Important as its prayerful prepa ration The survival of tho fltlesj may bo the wny of law tint the salvation of the failures Is tho way of lute Gmpir trains rniinnn Aspiration is more to life titan res piration Quo bad habit may bind as fast to the devil as twenty There never yet was a currency that could purchase content That which Is not honest 1viiSncn Is cot honcrnblo with God There Is morn danger Inlhq underground currents rf desire thci In Uu overhead winds of tPinpiulIoii Some men pray in the nirrnlne for tho death of their phfislons and thm tpord Mia ay in fccJInc them Haru Horn CARRIES BULLET IN HIS HEART i You n U GerltsnalsloulshrOoeturs Hi n IOIIllllll ilnnpllnlitalic Ghe Mini 111 lie Troulilr Max Meyer a young man from Lelp sic walked Into u London hospital re cently and Informed the surgeons there that he lend a bullet embedded In his heart They thought him crazy but finally subjected him to the lloentgon rays and saw a pistol bullet firmly fixed In the hearts apex corresponding with a wound In Use chest Meyer was fled dentally shut by a friend two years ago und since then line vltiltcd and astound ed several famous surgeons Dr Lyster who located tho bullet says It is unique In the history of med ical science The man Is In good health despite the fact that he actually has a bullet In his heart Furthermore I do not think he will suffer any ill effects from The mart Is well made of medium height In the pink of condition and like the doctors falls to understand why his Injury dues not prove fatal It gives me neither trouble nor inconvenience he said In fact unless I am talking about It I forget I ever hind the accident I always have a good appetite sleep well anti take plenty of exercise Only under violent exertion does It street me and then In a very alight legree GIRL IS NOTABLE LAWYER Crinliinlnl from Mlrlilznn fnlvrr ll Pisa teorlauNutvtrlual A- lloriio lfiKrnl of lull Iiii lie Ploy V Gllmore 23 ycarfe old It the lint woman In the world to be admitted lo the bar la the orient Miss Gilmore who graduated from tho Michigan law department two years ago lint hud the must brilliant career ol my Michigan coed She outstripped even the ambitions of men Slartlnn us a steno rnpher In Hie ofHct of the at lorney general of the Philippines she was promoted to the position of ariml ant attorney genera he Is the pdr stoning powe of thu Mnnds Adieu Cllmore wets rtcnuiy In Ann Arbir on n viHaloii ard was admineej to the local county bar TkU a Mres irrofailmlssion lo thebrriiahe 11 lip pine moire on her return she ieid la only the halo examination which are so ay that co prejuike can br lice aurceas WILL TUNNEL UNDER SIERRAS llnrrliiiiiii riiiiuip Nrn 1rIII1It lit llrilncc l MKlitu 1IIrIt nml Ve have made all necessary surveys and have decided lo build n tunnel Ihioiifili the Sierras That Is our next big job said K II liar imon recently dont know just when we will begin actual work lie contiu ted but soon for ull surveys are made By this means we shall rilminato 37 miles of snow sheds leavlnp only four miles Vcshall nl materially shorten thojSljt ance but we thai vastly reduce grade We shall save Ilitlus our trains or more fall thus cat millions of CoJlarsII iron our expense bs There one tunnel five arj cetunrtcr long and several others not so lonrmllsI IIIII li n She l poke In Wales there are 5 9 ti people who cant speak English slut bats noth tug rays the Chicago HcctnlHrrald In landed alone there lire ri0000 0 peo ple w1to cant speak English as sht should bf spoke nrrylnir II Too Par J C lluniuiel of Hamburg Pa hart whooplngraugh at tin age of 87 This remarks the Chlccso Kecordllerald Is sarrjlni the rJj iilidl ood tusincn le exreneMARKET REPORT Cincinnati Dec 23 CATTIK Common i2 50 jJ 3 75 Meaty steers t C5 8 5 iCAIAKSKxlra t 0 73- 1IOOS Ch packers 4 7S If SU Mixed packers ra 1J 4 7 SHKEI Extra r 03 0 3 7- tLAAIUSExtm u S5 0 FIOlIl Spring 111 ui 4 15 WHEAT No 2 red I SJ- 3 winter S3 4tjj 8- 9COINNo 2 mixed jJ OArS No 2 nixed g 3s- 1RYENo J 01 dl- IIAYCis timothy Q11 40 1OUK Clear family flU J AUIV Steam fUUTTRIl Ch dairy tJ 12 Choice creamery fAPPIiSFuiiey 2 00 2 50- POTATOESPer bbl 2 25 2 TOBACCO New ti0 If 9 Oil Old 5 I 5 Co Chicago FLOUn Winter pat 4 00 ffl 4 W- WHKAT No 2 red 82 0 Sfi No 3 sprliiR 7J Sjll COIIN No 2 mixed Q n4 tiOATSNoKYB No 2 62t PORK Mesa 11 87A J12 00 LAUD Steam 00 02 New York KIOUH Win sfrta 4 00 R 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red 11 93- COIIN No 2 mixed tI 52 OATS No 2 mixed fi JlYK Western W C- 3IOIIKFamlly 15 25 ivli 5u LAitDSteamru 7 00 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red Sjl iCORN No 2 mixed fj 4- 9OATSNo 2 mixed n40NCATTIK Steers t tiS 3 4 90 IIOJS Western iff 5U Louisville WH13AT No 2 red 80 CORN No 2 nilxeif WJi OATS No 2 mixed St 39 IORIC Mes d12 00 hARO Steam 76 t Indianapolis WlilATo 2 red 80 CORN No 2 mixed tf 40 OATS No 2 mixed 3G Berea College 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachors and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young met end Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Ctrpentry Printing Housewoik Nursing two year Normal Courses For Teachers Throe course leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and lifeCollege Course Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaun ate degrees WuHlcChornl free Recd Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help nil who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental toe to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expeuaea for term 12 Week may l brought withIn 34 OO about SIS to bo paid in advance The School in endorsed by Baptists Christiana Disciples ODgn gatioa atiltlt Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations In ltroRMeliot n rilCNDLY Ulitu the SICtTTAIT WILL C GAMBLE Bcrca Madison County Ky The International Bible SeriesIt TMt LARGEST LIME Of SCLrPRONOUNCING 11IDLCS IN THE WORLD sat MINUWNIO con THIIK CLEAR rRINTSCIlOLARLV IIELPSS1PCRIOR BINDINGS led Letter Testament DO YOU NEED A BIBLE Then send for this French Morocco Divinity Circuit Kocal Corstr Yet Under Card Edges SILK SEWED Large Type Mlnlo- BCCLFPaoNOUNCING TEACHERS BIBLES CONTAINING Tie Cemblcsilsa Coacoriinci Ihs Most Satisfactory In Zzlttcace IlinitrAtloni Mm la colon ind Uf mOlt COMPLETE KELPS TO TC2 STUDY Or THE BLSLT With tilt Words Spoken brChrlitPrinted tD Red Blsdlsr DlylIlU Circuit Poupt Price 1015I Tbicblstu ADDRESS THE CITIZENDEREA x C KENTUCKY t If Madison County Roller Mills IItiI IsIsP IloIFancy Roller Flour Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be IOur hard to beat MADISON is another Excellent Flour Ha1sIal ldsl1 4 IPotts Duerson I Whit StatIon Ky I NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks SCHOOL EXlENSBadut nut dal of term College Aca1 A ApSclce Model Lit Norm orm Schools A Cram Incidental Fre fM ISO 43 IHoipllnl Fee 23 Zl U 23 olspaprr- ntimstcd 154 225 123 23 Total frtcol- BxfCBiet pro sot sea 400 For piano itcnoircilij and other ants vet Special Kxpt s below LIVING EJCPEMSESBoar4 due la tiviBct by month Room rent by term Beard room fuel and lights 121 for fall and spring lil a week for winter teim IJCO week lloird In the vlllfje allowed In approved placet vtrlei In price arcording to accommo dation furnltbed AiMIng Iliri9 lUlc expenses to school tJ pom we dud To be juld the Seat day Including the II depottt In Collegiate Department IJOIO Academy sod Lulu Normal I19OT Applied Science Normal ind Grammarll2Mfilel Schools 11520 In wlnlerlLSi more breach No ttuitcnt can be reccUed who laths to mate this adman pay meat Total Ordinary Expenses for U Weeks are lee to br In Collegiate Department 130 Academy and Ijtln Normal J9 Applied Science Normal and Oummur TT Model Schools fd In winter three dollars rrore for each Students paying board and room tent In toll fcr a tern at the beginning recelrt a discount ol fifty ccnli Students duly excuied before the end of a term receive back an equitable portion of the money they have adyanocd SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Vocal or Special Theory 21 leuona t hour class ol three 91 Orcan Violin ele 24ieesouclass of thret 600- SlenograihyorTypewrltingperterm 100 OlMi worn In Harmony 300- Cseof Ilano or Typewriter I br a day 2 S- O1ieol organ It br a i 200 heat of Miule per term 60 Chemical labcntoryaccording to mateila and 104- Iftyilcal and Mlcroicoplcal Laboratories term 100- dt Irialeln drawing per term Kxamliuttcn on lnlrll dayt 25 arniiiHtlon Fewithdegreewl0rdiploma 101 The Citizen Founded Only to lint Itlb- lFunllhe4 With Patent for JQ cts- Additional Price only 85 cts I IXPERIENC TRADE Mans rCoPYRIGNT Ansoni sending a sketch and etlpUnn map rtam our wn Lbor uituniinoto pfobatlr ptleldabI CmantloniilrlctlfoonBdontUL uandenokonatanta aeeonfpsiantsPatents I tirwt natlc without cbarge In Scicnflfic Jhttcricam A b Qdiomlf Illoitnted Unrat un BiUllna or ant irtentlDo journal Ttrmi U a iurt fonrmonlbei n WtdMjflr 9811redsyNewX1kea LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tim Table In Cffcok May 14 IIG North Train IHIIy Leave Berea 8 20 am Arrive Richmond 3 r2 a ta Arrive Paris 505 ana Arrive Cincinnati 7 80 am Inter North Train B Dalty Leave Borea12 55 pm Arrive Richmond 125 p ra Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 pm Ooh South Train Ditty LeavHeroal lip m Arrive LivtDgtJtoD205 p a- Qolnc South Train Leave Herea 11 24pm Arrive Livingston 12 SO a m Trains No I and No 6 make con at Livingston for and the South with No 21 and No 27 W HI TOWER Ticket Agent front now until January 1905 with picture and special numbers per- Postage section Jollico sbi 8 THE CITIZEN I NOTHING OVERLOOKED All Phases of Kentucky Educa tiorul Life to Have Part t SPECIAL BLIND AND DEAF EXHIBIT Chairman E H Mark Preparing to Show at the Worlds Fair the Pro gress of the Schools From 1793 to 1904 Support of Leading Educators of the State Enlisted As early as 1793 n hundred and ten years ago Kentuckys educational system was inaugurated In the Transylvania University at Lexlng ton Thirtysix years later the mililtr school system began It Is the purpose of Prof E II Marls the super intendent of the schools of Louisville who the Kentucky Exhibit Association was fortunate enough to get as chairman of its Educational Commit tee to show every phase of cduci tlonal life from 1793 to 1904 at the Exposition in St Louis To those ac quainted with Prof Mark and his wonderful energy and resource this announcement means that the exhibit of educational affairs from Kentucky will be more than could be expected Prof Mark is in close touch with the leading educators of the State and has enlisted their support All the different classifications will be given the prominence to which they are en titled The collegiate the high school the training school the kin dergarten the normal and the bust ness courses are of course included Especially designed cabinets for dis playing drawings portfolio work etc will be provided for the differ ent schools A sample of this cabi 4 net with the base In which written t work Is to be shown is now at head quarters for tho Inspection of any educatorsThe authorities are very anxious to have an excellent exhibit of the blind and deaf and dumb In stitutions of Kentucky Dr B B Hunton of the Blind Institute of Louisville has been Invited by Prof Howard J Rogers the chief of the I tdepartment at the Worlds Fair to his best pupils a boy and a girl to St Louis for the entire ex position period suggesting that they matriculate in Greens School for the Blind in St Louis and appear in the Educational Building daily with the classes to be sent from Dr Green thejpipe organ and Dr Rogers invites one of Dr Huntoons blind pupils to I perform on this organ Dr Huntoon has also been asked to make a display of the Braille System of blind printing The New York Point System Is to be shown and as the exposition may be reckoned as a place for tae survival of the fittest between these conflicting printing systems it is the hope of tho association that Dr Huntoon will consents Dr Rogers is also very desirous of having a class from the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville He has promised the association that every thing of an Ingenious nature turned out by these blind and deaf and dumb pupils will be str mped wh the word Kentucky thereon and sold as souvenirs at the exposition LIVE STOCK ARISTOCRACY Kentucky Expects to Capture Some of Those World Fair Premiums The aristocracy of Kjntuckys live stock which is only another way of saying the t crowned kings and queens of to American turf the cat tIe barns and the poultry yards will bo sent to the Louisiana Purchase Ex position with the full expectation of bringing back to the State many thou sands of dollars of the quarter of a million dollars offered by the Worlds Fair officials in premiums Mr L L Dorsey until recently president of the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association is chairman of the Live Stock Committee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association He has appoint ed the following chairmen of sub committees of the different classifi cations T L Hornsby Eminence Shorthorn Cattle J W OBnnnon Louisville Aberdeen Angus Cattle D L Moore Harrodsburg Polled Dur ham Cattle W II Giltner Eminence Hereford Cattle bL A Scovell Lex ington Jersey Cattle S DeRtdder Prospect Harness Horses David Castleman Pleasant Hill Saddler Horses George Graddy Versailles Thoroughbred Horses John T Hughes Lexington Coach and High Stepping Horses W T Chilton Campbellsburg Sheep F G Hogan OBannon Hogs James Taggart Flnchvllle Jacks and Mules J L Shallcross Anchorage Belgian Hares J H Good Louisville Poul try R H Young Louisville Pigeons Each of these chairmen has a sub committee and all who form these committees a list approaching one hundred and fifty In number are glv a ing much of their time to prepara tions It may be safely said that Kentucky will have between three hundred and five hundred head of Its finest stock at the exposition and all of this stock Is to be the best that can bo shown In the various classifi cations Chief Coburn of the Live Stock Department of the Fair urges tr upon the Exhibit Association the im portance of showing only quality If Rome should really consent to send a valuable collection of Vatican relics for exhibition at the Worlds r Fair it will certainly absorb the a dgreatest interest The rarest treasures of the world are In the Vatican Church Progress t a t M11HH 11 I IIHIIIlHHMlHIHtHHHiHiHHl II 11I Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence published unless sfgned in full by the writer The urns is not for publication but I an evidence of rood faith Write plainly riI1t1ff1t1IfWIIIIt1illcneluy tltho secondopening of the winter term at Beren An unusual number of young people came at the regular opening Dec 16 and others have been coming each day since but many who were detained by their teaching are to be provided for next Monday Berea holds out the glad hand and says Welcome MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE During the absence of Miss Alice Situms on account of illness Mrs L D Henderson substituted in the Fifth street schoolRevd M J Price will be installed an pastor of the Bethel church the first Sunday in January with appropriate exercises Miss Nannie Brady is ill at her home on Second street The different churches had pleasant Christmas exercisesA great number of persons witnessed the Plymouth baptizing on Sunday of last week About fifteen persons were immersedMiss Alice Simms is spending her holidays at her home in Oberlin 0Miss Lelia Tabor ol the east end is quite ill with pneumonia Tho funeral of Mr Frank Fossett was held last week Wednesday Rev N II Talbott preached Pro I C Reynolds attend ed the State Teacher Association at Louisville this week LEE COUNTY BEATTYVILLEI S Marshal arrived here to day with Gilbert chargedIover in the sum of three hundred dollars bond to answer in the United States court at Frankfort lie failed to give bond The boys of this place in company with Deputy V S Marshal Mays then went to the fair grounds to a turkey match Mays shot four shots and killed three turkeys at 150 yards with a 38 revol vex He was voted the champion pistol shot of Beattyville and ruled out of the matchGeorge Buck and J C Morgan have 20 log rafts frozen up in the ice on the Kentucky river Some one last week while passing along the streets of Proctor shot throu h the window of the widow Sityemoore and came very near killing a little girl Too much whiskey was the cause Spme boys when they come to Beattyville take on too much tangleheel I wish the day would soon come when whiskey would be wiped out of existence Good luck and a happy new year to am MAGOFFIN COUNTY Magolfin county will soon stand among her sister counties in natural resources The Narrow Gauge railroad from Cannel Cityhas pushed its way into the fine cannel cal dis tricts of MagofBn The same line will probably be extended to the Col vin Cannel coal on Licking River The oil resources also are being devel oped as fast as steam and manual labor can do the work On the farm of Jeff Cooper Licksburg Ky a new oil well is being sunk Years ago an oilwell was sunk near this place and sixty feet beneath the surface a coal bed was found The thickness of the coalvaries from nine to sixteen feet Farmers save your mineralrights They are your fortune Berea is the home of several students from old MagolHn Many are at workand lke it very muchCalhoun Mayo thejaud magnate of Johnson county has just closed ono of the greatest land deals that Eastern Kentucky has ever had Fifteen thousand acres of land has been bought at a small price and sold at a profit of something like nine hundred per cent This will bring a division of the C fc 0 railway to Salyersville and then on up the Licking ValleyJACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB We are indeed very glad to say that Christmas was celebrated here inmost a appropriate manner no drinking or fighting being heard of but sorry that the extreme cold made it impossible for the pastor ot Asbury to fill his appointment at this church Mr J W Dougherty and family are now moving to their new home at Valley View We regret to lose such neigh borly friends who have boon with u so long Miss Laura Hatfield last week for Berea where she plans to study the remainder of the year Mr Jas Durham is planning to start J J JJrIJtIrSIsr foon to Anuville where ho will at tend school lMr Will T Kerby was married to Miss Della Hoskins this weekMessrs P S Dearborn and J M Simpson have gone homo for the holidays Miss Mary Sparks has gone to McKee te attend school MADISON COUNTY FARRISTOWN Miss Millie J Farris is very ill Miss Susie Martin who has been very sick is now recovering Miss Ida L Simpson has returned from Cincinnati to enter the winter term in school nt Berea There was a Christmas tree and entertainment at the schoolhous here Christmas nightThe son of Mr and Mrs Grant Bennett is very illIMr Stacy the tie inspector and teacher has left us We are allsorry to lose so efficient a teacher MV Roberts baby is very sickat this writing Mr Holcomb has moved from Riverside to Doe CreekJ S Rowlandand Tom Peudergrass are the champion marksmen of tho turkey matches Henry flunky who was thought to be fatally woundedis rapidly recovering Many of tho people of Owsley are making extensive use of the mails in returning life insur mace policies Lookout boy You cant live forever Chaa Eversole says that his telephone line will be completed in March W01The school on Doe Creek will commence on December 28th Be on time for the first day Remember that The early bird catches the wormJ D Creechwill teach at Rowland Chapel this winter and C A Duggar will leach at Travellers Rest E E Flauery took a fine hog to town Dee 18th for which he received J600 per hundred weightThe Primitive Bap lists are building a new church house on Lower White Oak this lallA B Gilbert aged 88 one of Otysleyd old oat and most venerable citizens passedaway Doc 19th- ROCMCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Sam Croocher is very sickWm Linvillefl facSly is very pleasantly situated in their now homo Our school closed Wednesday of last week at Walnut Grove with a few exercises Purchase your candies of J W Todd Ho has just got in a fresh supplyBOONE James Long is very low with conS sumption and ie not expected to live longMr Thomas Youngs house was burnt last Saturday weekMisa Xora Coyle of this place is attending school at Berea this winterB L Poynter went to Conway on business Saturday weekMr J B Coyle and Mrs Daisy Lambert visited relatives at Berea Monday of last weekA R Robinson and H J Edwards who have been in Illinois for some time have returned homeJ U Lambert went to Garrard county on business last Friday weekRev J W Lam bert and Henry Hamblen went to Berea Friday of last week George Holt who is in the military service sent his father a beaver fur cap and gloves for a Christmas presontD N Williams of Mt Vernon visited Conway Saturday week Eastern Kentucky at The Worlds Fair Of the 119 counties in Kentucky 103 are already making arrangements to be represented by displays at the Worlds Fair at St Louis next year It is sincerely hoped and we may say expected that the remaining 16 coun ties will begin atonce to plan for their exhibits Nothing can so effectually bring to notice the resources of a coun ty as such an exhibit Many of the 103 counties already at work are those of Eastern Kentucky whichspeaks well for the enterprise of their citizens But some of the 16 counties which are yet idle also belong to Eastern Kentucky It is up to those already at work to make their display larger and better and up to the others to begin work at once Never before has Eastern Kentucky had such a golden opportunity and if it is neglected the loss will be great The Kentucky Ex hibit Association Louisville Ky pays freight on all products for dis splay if notified beforehand It is our purpose to give in this column each week the plans of one county next week of Madison and the following of Breathitt and so on r IA Philippine Letter SPECIU TO TIll CITIZEN Camp Mnrnhiu Philippine Islands Sept I 1903Dear Citizen If you will ppnre mo n small space in your paper I will endeavor to give tho mountain people some items about the Philippine islands Wo the 28th infantry here been in the Islands almost two years We were stationed iu Luzon Island ton months Then wo were ordered to Mindanao Island where we have boon aver since The road from Illigan to Lake Lavao on which we worked and of which I have told you in former letters was completed four mouths ago Wo are now building barracks near the lake We have one finished and three others almost completed There are ten companies of the 28th infantry and fortynine scouts sta tioned hero at this post The Mth Cavalry arrived In Mindanao just a few days ago and relieved the 15th Cavalry who at once started for the United States The US Goverment is also building a dock at Overton It will bo half a mile long and SO feet wide and will be completed by December 1st Our camp is one of the finest I have ever seen It is situated on n high hill where we can get a view of everything for SO miles around The climate here is the finest I have ex perienced since coming to tho Philippines We have a good sea breeze from lako Lavao all the time and we dont have much rain We all mustered this morning and the boys were all saying This is our last muster in the Islands We are under or Jers now to go aboard the transport Dec ftth bound for the United States All the boys are buy ing up relies to take home with them I havent bought any yet I am anxious to get back to old Kontncky where 1 can inhale its sweet breezes once more and whore I will be free- to go any place I wish to go Jacob CWhitmyre of Co Mays A man in in less danger travelling here than in KentuckyWe in a hostile section now but I think we will have it quieted by this time next month Tho 28th Infantry is preparing to go on a grand hike the 3rd of November We will hike around the Lake and tame all the natives that havent seen American soldiers The natives have some small forts and they think they are safe in them All Uncle Sams boys need is the order to take a fort and in a short time its done We have had some fun like that in the last few months PETER Q STANDAFER Co Ir SHth lufantry Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumptiOilu Eat plentyof pork was the advice to the consumptive 50 and 100 years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat js the food the consumptive needs mostScottsEmulsion is the mod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thingabout the combination- of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request He sure put till picture In the furor cl a Ulul s on UK wrapper of vary bollle of Kiuuuion ynu buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and t all druggists art OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooeoeoeoeOeoeoe S o 0 0- o S 0- o 5i THIS MEANS s to you iS o S 0- o 5- U 0 If you are not trading at thetJ0 uptodate store of i I BICKNELL EARLY 0 0 iYou are making a big mistake SSConic in and vc will prove it to you o 5 II 20 lbs gran sugar 1 o- o o ooooeoeoeooooeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeu J J i3i annanlan IWellGroceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry u 0 oeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoei 0 o Corn Cobs Coal Wood or Trash will keep a good fire all night in I COLES ORIGINAL HOT BLAST STOVES iI10 The Hot used and alool which this stove most and most heater with fuel 1 S E A COMMON TIIINO With people is Sharp loop pains that hurt from morning till night Paracamphro lieves lccauso it the pores and induces sweat ing removes and draws out all lover and Your money back if you are not satisfied Try it to day by S E Welch Jr 1 Phone 0 lust from Chicagoo With Apotoslrto the OM BrnVcn Coil nuclei 0 Slow drrar to rnj heart art some none of my 0 childhood Whlf Iwi 0 Slow SfublancdAnd thoTfltd in fuel Sew up the line It dlin cd with TMl bred wed remark with- a 0 hlier The lnild was cold though the oulaMc wai 0 U drove in In vet the Idol from Chicago 0 Which brought lM the warm ware art Irlto o The modern lint the 11110 Bla t The Slot Rlait from Chicago wt ell prlM xi well 0 o This Is because they are airtight o and to BO an long an If you want to control tho fire In a titovo you must control the air 0 supply No other o can uo guaranteed to stay airtight o It is the airtight feature tho all radiating surface o make tho economical powerful i all kinds of 0 WELCH Jr Sole Agt I 0 Iooeoeoolder rheumatism Rheumatism instantly opens congestion inllatnmation Guaranteed druggist guaranteed manufactured Ire funml Curs It II Foster 318 S 2d Salt Lake City 8III have boon both erod with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years have tried many without but I have found a euro in Herbine I recommend it to all niy who are ifllicUxl that way and it is curing them too 500 at East End I Buy Fresh Groceries 1 Our line of Groceries ia always fresh We always keep a nice line of mid Vegetables Our Diamond Brand Coffees Prices from 1 fie to 3Cc per Once used always used LifeIBread is the Staff of Get a loaf of Mothers Bread or a sack ol Snow on tho Mountain Flour Delivery m until from 9 p PRESTONS SCall 8 od od od od od od o8 od od o +o +c +o +o +o +0 +0 +0 +00+o +o +o +o+o +o9 o + 0 I Your Orders for I I 1s Long Distanced 188 or Tho 0 CITIZEN office swell Itlul Blut Street doctors relief friends Drug Store Fruits Pound Plants Cut Flowers and o will oLargebe filled Designs i 0 0 Propot+o +o +o +o +od o+od o4 o +o +ofo+o +o4o +oo+o +o+o +o +o+ o+o+ 4f t w yL