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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4+ +tW4to +4t+M1+iIt11tt i 1 1cttatttlttltarttltttttttTHE Im VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 7 19 M One dollar s year NO IDEAS 1 The only way to hnro a friond is bo ono It is cany to toll a lie hut hard to toll only ono fr i What wo loam with plcMuro wo never forgot In the game of lovo diamonds ofton rank higher thnn heartd FROM THE WIDE WORLD rroporty worth 250000 wan destroy ed by firo at Quebec Canada Navigation of the Rhino river in Europe has been stopped by ice The Empress Dowager of Korea n smallcountry on the coast of China isdoad Runflia is arranging for a magnifi cent display at the Worlds Fair in St Louis Tho United States gunboat Vicks burg has arrived at Chemulpo Korea to protect American interests Tho Empress Eugenie of Paris France is seriously IIIIUI tho result of an accidental puncture in her cheek from a hatpin The United States gunboat Quires is reported aground on a roof off the coast of Borneo an island off tho southern coast of Asia Authorities differ as to the probable outcome of the controversy between t Russia and Japan Some claim that war cannot pw averted while are hopeful ofa friendly settlement of the difficulty IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Earthquake shocks wore felt Friday at sot era points in Illinois President Roosevelt received from l tho Czar of Russia a personal cable message of New Years greetings- A cold wave is sweeping over the ROuthwMt section of Missouri Kansas and Oklahoma Congress shunned business Monday Tho Panama canal treaty will bo the principal subject for discuss ion in the Senate Tho Now Years reception at tho White House Friday was attended by nearly 7000 people President Roose volt shook hands with all tho callers The Senate Committee on Military Affairs decided by a vote of 7 to 2 to report favorably tho nomination of Gen Leonard Wood to be Major General galonlliolees Irritated Russias postponement 1 for ten days of her answer to Japans request Is felt to promise peace But perhaps it moans got ready On Wednesday afternoon of lost week nearly COO people lost their live in ten minutes luring a firo in 111sFrom the United States Observatory at Washington DO the ox act second marking the beginning of tlieNew Year was telegraphed to all the cities of tho land The record nan made oven in Alaska Guam audI the Philippines At a mooting of the Shorthand Teachers association In Cincinnati Fred Irland an official reporter of debates In the national House ofI Representatives wrote with a piece of chalk on an ordinary blackboard nt the rate of 233 words a minute He t probably holds the Worlds record as its fastest writer- CONMONWCALTH OF KENTUCKY Capt John W Bell father of GenI J Franklin Bell is dead at Shelby ville Ky- Eight now oil wells wore complete ed In the KenluckyTennosseo fieldI last week Miss Dolly Langdon aged eighteen years was burned to death at her home at ShrowsberryGrayBon county Col Hart Gibson of Lexington Ky daughterIMinnAt the close of business there waa 160549768 in the Srate Treasury with most of the obligations of the State liquidated Frank E Cooksoy formerly of Bowling Green Kyb88 been ap pointed secretary to United States Senator T 0 Platt of New York A fire visited Mt Sterling Friday morning destroying the operahouse block entailing a lees of 185000 Joe W Barnes a prominent citizen and Frank White a negro were kill ed by a falling wall while fighting the flames t CITIZENun 29III D LE HOY DKESSEK WHO EXPOSED TILE METHODS OF TIlE SHIPltUILDINU TRUST D Ixt Roy Drraaer former pmUent of the Tn t Coulanyof the Ilepublie of New hhllbnlJtInlrtine flotation uf that corprntion lie derlarea that etrangetllents teudiog todecelre ilia public were route by rtprnseoUliv e of J 1icrjiont MUIYRH Charles it bcli nb Mid other magnates Eastern Kentucky at The Worlds Fair rsMADISON COUNTY Tho county which gave to the world the President of the Worlds Fai may be expected to mako an exhibit there of its products and resources commensurate with the distinction Madison County holds that distinc nlFrauclest Worlds Fair ever hold She will therefore be represented the Exposition In agriculture minor alseducation live stock etc Mr My F Arbucklo of Silver Creek has col lected some very fino samples of corn tobacco and hump In tho seed In tho bundle and broken TIm countvu chief display however will probably bo of her wonderful clay resources Mr W U O rider field representative of the Mineral Committee of the Ken tucky Exhibit Association visited tho county in October and collected twelve different samples of clay ship ping them to the associations ware house In Louisville These Jie se cured near Waco with the assistance of Mr C L Searcy manager of the Waco Mining C Manufacturing Com panywhich uses tho different varieties of clay at its pottery and in the man ufacture of brick and roof tiling Mr Soarcy has promised to exhibit a full line of the finished products from all those clays consisting of brick roof tiling and pottery While Mr Grider was here he also sent in a blockof the bluo limestone usod at Richmond on the streets and in foundations It measured 6 by 3 by 8 inches Madi son is also to make a good live stock exhibit Mat S Cohen of Richmond hoe already applied for ten stalls at the Worlds Fair for his saddle horses Dr W G Frost President of Bores College is to mako an indus trialexhibit from this institution 0 I Ogg of Berea is taking views of different points In tho county for the Kentucky Exhibit Association to be sent to the exposition It has been proposed that a model of the old Boonesboro Fort the first place of civilized habitation in Kentucky be made for aconspicioua placo in the Kentucky Building at the Worlds Fair Whether or not this is done a series of Interesting pictures showing the present site of Boouesboro will bo sent to the exposition December Weather Report The month of December was in several respects quite remarkable Tho total rainfall including melted snow for tho month was only 2 69 Inches which is 467 inches less thin for the same month last year and 262 inches less than for December 1901 The snowfall amounted to 60 inches as compared with 6 inches last year There were 14 clear days the greatest number for the month in 3 years Thetomperature also made a record for itself The lowest for any day was registered on the 26th when Hnas recorded This is 5 low er than on any day of December last year or 6 lower than for any day of this month in the proceeding year The mean temperature was 33 seven lower than the mean for December 1902 The greatest range for any day was 40 C F KOMOLD Observer Berea Ky The following poem was sent in by one of our Rockcastle county subscribers for publication in THE CITIZEN THE TABLE AT HOME weuseltomeetetThe fare wee homely but plenty lo eat The f ooklng wan plain but hard to beat The days were sunny and life was sweet KltttnurWhen all our loved ones used to meet Around the table at home The happiest sut on earth was there Around the chlet home The smile went round without the tear And hope grew food without a fear With lores llclil burning bright and clear ChrerIIN1TellWhen all our loved ones gathered there Around the table at home nut now theres many a vacant chair Around the table at home We alt In sorrowing tllence there thomttofmanyatealWC Of tonne are loved and ram fair Our happy scent they wed In slisre Hut now there only a vacant chair Around tho table at home placeAroundYou look In vain for the friendly fade The kind y smile the fond vmbrmv Thu gentle touch the loving loco Youll feel no more the sweet carens To thrill your soul with joy and bliss placeAround Oh completeAround Let all be cherry when you meet miss the sunshine sweet The prattling tongue the prattling feet The lie the 101lnlf Your bounding heart with should beat For heaven Is near when love scomplcte Around the table at home Wo ngaloAroundThe world moves on with might and main Our hearts may break and bleed In vain The bitter teardrops fall like rate painATo againAround Va hope some day to all find room Around the table at home For beyond the loom That rut their shadows round tho tomb Where rows blow and daitles bloom And wild flowers shed their sweet perfume IloomAIIlIAround the table at Homo Primitive Monitor Tho following clipping taken from the Terre haute Ind Star of Dec 30 will bo of interest to many readers William A Black of Sullivan led and Miss Julia Roulette of Cleveland Ohio score married in the Terre haute house parlors yesterday evon ing at 530 oclock by Rev D B Cheny pastor of the First Baptist church The wedding was a suiprisoor will be to the friends of the groom who didnot suspect that ho had any in tentions of marrying when ho left Sullivan yesterday The couple oft last night for Sullivan where they will make their home Mr Black is an employe of the Long Warron Hardware Company The bride is a very popular young woman of Clove 1ft ud Mr Black is a native of Rockcastle County and was formerly student in Berea College Mrs Blacks homo was formerly near Richmond Ky and is doubtless known to many of our readers THE CITIZEN extends congratulations and beet wishes SIMPLE GOLDS prolongedThethe very beginning Ballards Horehound Syrup stops a cold and re moves the cause of colds 25c 50o and bottle at East End DrugStore Miller House fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Enffle Prop Main St Richmond Ky OF THE CO AT THE OF ON DAY OF 1903 I Loans and 752 14 2 Overdrafts secured 0 Overdrafts unsecured 4 Duo from National Banks S 22 784 97 5 6 Duo from Trust Com panies 7 Banking House and Lot 8 Other Real Estate 9 10 US Bonds 11 Other Stocks and Bonds 12 Specie f 1691 76 13 Currency 2179 00 3 870 76 14 for Clearings 15 Other Items carried as Cash 16 Furniture and Fixtures 2 110 09 17 Fund to pay Taxes 18 Current Expenses Last Quarter 290 80 19 Bills Receivable 400 00 S location value and how all real estate ox cept banking house and lot if any owned longer than five years j 208 26 STATE OF County of Madison fsS TIME KEEPERS catalogue and- prleeon WORLD Douglas Including tftw +rIIIIIIIH 11 1 QUARTERLY REPORT BEREA BANKING CLOSE BUSINESS THE31st DECEMBER dlscounts5O DuefromStatoBanksnndBankers Mortgages Exchange Uivedescription longowncd Total80KENTUCKY IIbubllibdaSlIikeepoer IRIONCIRARDET4CO SJ1900airaJr worldvItlouglas3 angaroaVDoIlaIaJOO IRiR COYLE Berea Sixteen Departments Eight Pages Stock paid caah1510Surplus Fund Profits Due Depositors follows Deposits check which interest paid60Deposits to check which interest paid Demaudcertificatespf paidlime of posits which paid 337455 deposits paidCertified Due National Banks Due State Banks Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks oustanding 10 dividends 11 Taxes unpaid Capital Stock pad SUPPLEMENTARY Highest mount Indebtedness Including lab- iiltyofthocompau3 Individual thereof directly Indirectly Indebtedness percent actually ollurplulntheIndebtedness Section Kentucky amount Indebtedness amount Indebtedness ucaital rerIbankOttSection Kentucky IItedness last dividend deducted therefrom declaring LAn1ror periodmicr tllvldend Section Kentucky Total 26fH Porter Cashier Berea Banking a bank located and doing business in Town of Berea in said county being duly sworn that foregoing report in respects true of condition of said Bank at of business 31st of September of his knowledge and belief further says that business said bank transacted at location named elswhere designatingtheSubscribed before me H Porter H PORTER Cashier Slst December E Fun Director- E FISH Notary Public J BOBDETTE Director JOHNSON Director IT save and- re more satitfaciory I Ours an guaranteed f for cr call VH Wut farm by y Douglas and the test shoe everywhere mTioxl 14 The rnnlne It bavsWU I H Domlas1 II tome A BES1 A once iarrrauCmhr is 1M klnv lMt4S10 act rsa airs ftusnea More Doubled In four fiart 1fUISONS W 1 and sells more 300aml3Wsuo s than nuyolhertwo man ur placed side by sMa 1100 and shoes of other aro to bo just will outwear two ordinary 1300 and 1M shoes Mad of tlit but leathers cannot price Mlioralymull Cntnlo e sou sale by J r Jot I111 H I 11 H I H I 111 1 Capital in in 00 2 810 00 8 4 as viz subject on is not 9C9 26 subject on is on de on inter est is Savings on 64 313 81 5 6 and 7 8 24 45 9 Bills re Unpaid due and 12 of of any rom wny or linn the or firm tbe members or If such exceeds 20 of capital stock aid f 2 How It stated In above recnredT See Stat 3 Highest of any director or If of such exceeds loCent of abl stock See 683 Stat f6 Amount of 00 Were all lotuses Interest anil taxes bee fore dividend and was not than per cent of net of tho tho by the carried to r the surplus fund before said divi trdend was declared Yes IBee Slat + 80 208 W of the Co the the is all a statement the the the close on the day the best and the of has been the and not and and sworn to by W W the day ot 1903 T J They money Write JLAit ty e0td Stores dealers bottom tare Pairs Jkut makes mens 3X0 shoes makes found They pairs Patent For II de not the None Item officer 13000 AN OUTFIT of eyeglasses or spectacles is not expensive but the good it will do is in calculableBetter the cost of a perfect out fit and get perfect satisfaction than try to save money by purchasing cheap glasses They are never suit ableWe have modern high class instru ments forTESTING THE EYES and can obtain accurate data which enables us to fit- EYEGLASSES AND SPECTACLES that aro suitable in every way T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Open Every Day With a fuU supply of BEEF PORK or MUTTON DAVIS MEAT MARKET OpoeslteBicknell Earlys Bcrca Ky HIIIIItIIItI 1 Given 1 ito our cusI a tomers A handsome handpaipted goldlined threecolor decorated 42PIECE DINNER SETS ra One everyIother Call at our store and let us explain our plan to you East End Drug Co THE BEREA t BARBER SHOP H M Racer Prop Hair cut15o yShampooFace IGo tfRazoreRazors Sola t Shop just around the corner on tKter St and across from printing CenIW want you for a REGULAR CUSTOMER ra I glrS THE UNKNOWN HEROES If all the hoist names might be Inscribed within one mighty tome JCo doubt the cognomen wed ne Of Mxnoone vory close to home In It some names wed find totluy For which wed scarcely think to look If all the heroes names I nyIWore grouped together In a book Tfrclnrcc of patient father he Who tollj 50 hard that we may live Perhaps of kindly mother she AVho strives to added comforts give It might be name of lass or youth Who oft romo shoulder burdens took If nil the heroes nntins forsooth Were grouped together In a book Of heroes young and heroes old Of heroes small and heroes grown So many their ways unsung So many live and die unknown On some thus marked for wreaths of bay No doubt with much amaze wed look If nil the heroes names I say Were grouped together In n book Hoy Farrrll Greene in Orange Judd Farmer SPANISH PEGGY A STORY OF YOUNG ILLINOISt By Mary Hartvrcll Catherwoodf topjrljlit IfW hyllerbertSStonekCa- CflAPTER VCoTlNtKl This Is the snakeskin of money be longing to Peggy that he told rue about Lincoln said to Antywine Ho must have taken it out of its hiding place before lie started to find Dick Yates What shall we do with It Put It on Sleur Abe to wear for her as Shlckshack did They say snakeskin In the lint Is good for the headache but I dont think I could bear It rubbing against my naked hide This bolt Is nearer jour size AnlwlneIMe I inn a boy Sleur Abe ShlckI aback put his trust In He tellC you am n squawljI reckon he changed his opinion lie only struck out to find Dick be cause we were away But youre aI little nearer than nearest of kin to Peggy so If you say Im to undertake the thing Ill try it And If Mother Eve is too strong In me to stand the snake next to me Ill manage it somoI other way- Llncnln and Antywine also helped tho cooper make Shlckshacks coffin for neighbor was then obliged to de pend upon neighbor for such a service No fee was ever charged though If one was offered it had to be accepted Religion did little to soften the grim ness of death In those early days The unpainted coffin stood on two chairs in the largest room of the tavern an1 Mahala Camerons father hymn book in hand placed himself behind It as behind an intrenchment whence he could launch warnings on the un certainty of life Ills father called old Daddy Cameron a tremulous and toothless creature who encountered age as a disease rather than a transition sat by sighing as If to Illustrate the unpleasantness of lifes certainty Such funeral rites as New Salem afforded were held in tho early fore noon because snow continued to fall and seven miles of drift had to be cut through to Concord burying ground The entire population as well as men from Clarys Grove crowded th a tavern People stared when Don Pedro Lorimer came In with Redmond Clary richly and warmly dressed as If he had not found it unprofitable t plead the annexation of Cuba ills shining black hair and olive face had a placid worldly look One hardwork ing woman whispered to another that you would not think butter could mcl in his mouth and ho appeared th last man to rob an orphan or to ru ber off with him against her will Peggy saw him through her tear with indignation She sat beside Anty wine on one of three chairs which An Rutletlge had placed at the head the coffin for ShlckshacUs family But the third chair remained vacant until the preacher stood in embarrassment undecided whether or not to raise hymn while all tho mourners gathered Shlckshacks widow finally entered the tavern muffled from the snow in a blanket carrying a basket on her arm The crowded assembly opened to let her pass She set her basket down and with a vicious pounce too Antywine and Peggy by tho ear Anty wino visibly restrained himself and walked unresisting with Peggy to til foot of the coffin Sally shoved th chairs after them and returned to her own place as chief mourner This Isnt your funeral the be reaved woman explained sourly 10 them He wasnt no kin to tithe- df ye Solemn loatured neighbors In countenance and looked sidelong nt one another They watched Sally lay 3ft the blanket and take from he basket a rusty mourning shawl n blac oonnet and crape veil In this regalia topi for her husbands funerals she dressed herself publicly and having completed her preparations lSat down heaving n deep sigh The sight of her beard untie widows weeds co affect ed one of the Grove boys that lie this graced himself by an audible snort Hi did not mind disturbing meeting Lot a funeral was different and he whispered apologetically to the ma beside him bet God laughed Ho made that woman Candlca wore lighted in tho tavern jcforo tho masculine population of Yow Salem for only those went wh- imould o shovel snow and help dig a Irave it turned from burying UidtkJhaclt A river of Icy air flowing out of tho northwest had by that time cleared the storm away Peggy and Anty wine were to spend the second night of their peculiar orphanage at the Rut ledges In order to settle the business of Peggys own inheritance which Shlckshack had silently passed on fo his successors They tat down with Lincoln and Ann Uutledgo In the best room anti he put the rattlesnake skin before them on a table Peggy looked at It curiously having never before seen her fortune or the case which held It The spots described by scales made her shudder Ann also saw it with aversion and wondered why Shlckshack preferred that to a strung piece of buckskin A rattlesnake said Lincoln when you get over tho first shock of introduction to him is a mighty pretty fel low Sec his combine of colors Ho has lost his first freshness anti his tattles trying to bruise the tough hide of mankind But I doubt If he ever stung anybody he wouldnt unless he was crowded Through an open door the tavern kitchen displayed a roaring hearth where tho Dutch oven with coals on Its head nnd beneath Its feet held a joint of venison A coffee pot standing on a trivet over embers sent perfume abroad Johnnycakes of parched corn ground in tho handmill were browning on boards slanted toward the fire the test bread that ever was eU testifies a surviving New Sulemlte Hominy hissing In pork fat sent Its through the room while the younger Ilutlcdge girls helped their mother bring to the table cold turklIcream and butter frulta preserved In maple syrup and honey found In tho wildbee tree Plenty of food an abundance oe candlelight anti the heartening warmth of the Franklin stove near her may have suggested visions to Peggy as she Inquired of her friends What must I do with this money Sleur Abo has kept It safe sug gested Antywine There Is no one trustier spoke AnnWill you keep it for me Mr Lincoln cm not a good moneygetter ho laughed and doubt If I am a good moneykeeper The only thing could do would be to carry It around you and guarantee It shouldnt rail Into worse hands The sweetheart knows you are the strongest man in New Salem said Antywine resting hits cheek upon bin hand and lifting eyes of confidence to Ills elder But I havent measured with Clary Grove yet- Antywine and I both know said Peggy how everybody looks up to you We could not keep It ourselves as well as you could do It for us Mr LincolnAnn stretched out one slim long fingered hand to caress Peggys cheek Well children Im of age and An- is n 18 I reckon well have to father ond mother you Do you know how much money you have In this bank of Shlckshacks Peggy- I dont Do you know Actywlnc Me No I have never Inquire and Shlckshack have not sho me If the trust is to be put Into my hands I must know the amount Lincoln untied the leather cord which bound tho snakes neck and shook it by the tall Out gushed all the yellow pieces with the ring of gold upon the table Spanish doubloons and French louts which cost him some trouble tn calculate He set them in cylindrical piles row after row Wood snapped In the open Franklin stove and no othe sound could be heard In the room the liquid dunk of gold Ann Peggy- and Antywine watched the counting Vlane Rutledge looking through the door at the silent company beckons amazingIWhoso Is ltwhlspercd Jane Peggy Shickshacks or course otmiserIa moneysanti fifty dollars refa amount said Ann Am I very rich Inquired Peggy ttWell one hundred dollars will buy eighty acres of land or two horse You ate therefore worth sixteen hundred acres of land and tome thing over for calico and llnscy and con sidering tho times and the country may call yourself fairly well off acreka Lincolns eyes twinkled losing for moment their usual expression of darl muchtolder vonqrated him as an oracle but IM had already begun to guldo thodostl nles of others olderr1he answered and while the words were spoken Pedro Lorimer settee tho tavern In a whirl of winter air Ho closed the outer door mado Ids approneber d Ito table where the money counter eat Lincoln deliberately fillqd the snake skin tied Its neck shut anti sal with It In his largo hands pleasantly returning the visitors greeting Tho tavern was free to all comers Yet Antywine at once stood up In front of Peggy his blond head towering aloe ho swart arrival What you do here ch You drive Shlclsiiack around so he Mo In tho 1Ilrlrt When see you toO y I thlnl- t will thiow you In the Iflreet Go off get some states harnex to Cuba My pretty fellow returned Pedro torlmcr rode here through very biting cold to seo my young cousin I shall now tulle cheers of her Tell him I wont go with him Antywine said Peggy The gentleman must understand spoke Lincoln that ho cannot force guardianship on n girl of Peggys aHo except by kidnaping Wo folks In New Salem have not measured oureelvc with the great people In the world but wo rather reckon that a New Orleans gambler would make a mighty pier guardian Tho foreigners olive skin chilled by the cold from which ho had just entered took a swift greenish pallor Ho stepped forward hissing and snapped his fingers In Lincolns face Antywine was upon him like n tiger dragging him to the door throwing him out into the snow and shooting the bolt behind him Goody Poppy exclaimed with passionate approval Ann put her hands to her eyes and Lincoln laughed Take care Antywlno The oiled paper of the window through which Peggy hind watched Ann u IllASDOIMVSITB WA1U Uutledge from the handmil was slashed by a knife Antywlae fattened Himself against tho door Tho knife shot past his lead and Muck quiv ering In the oppoiltc wall If New Salem folks hsct distrusted this erratic and intermittent visitor from the first they quite made IllI their minds about hint when he dlaI appeared onto more alter ShlcksiiaeVa funeral It became generally known how he had followed that poor Indian to rub a slrl The winter of tho deepI snow gave fhutln householders plenty of time to talk The fact that Pedro Lorimer hail been harbored at Jlarya Grove added no sweetness to his rep utation Some wero afraid he would come hack sand organize the wild spir its there for any kind of local annex ation which might strike his fancy But the northern winter from which a tropical nature shrank went by without disturbance If Blank Hawk had stirred In the nort hues he settled down to await n hotter season People no longer rode In sleds over hurled stakcandridercd fences Vast white frosted kites of prairies and forests standing ktcodcep In snow returned to their natural aspect Streams ran brimful and Hock Creek covered half the valley during time spring thaw Peggy had plenty of chances to loan her money at a high rate of Interest to Impecunious people with little pro pect of setting it lack Lincoln said liedtwhich must coat him years of hard work But It appeared to him that her gold was safer In the snakeskin coiled around his waist than it would be turned taro anything else until sho could hey and hold land Antywlno and Peggy had gone liek to Sillys cabin But as the season ad the AntywlneiI have made up my mind he de clared nut to live with that woman some more at all She have my fathers goods and her flrt mans good and offtThere Is that Oualow house at tho west end of the road Iran buy it myself for some trade Wo will keep house Peggy and you Yes replied Antywlno with Inno cent enthusiasm I will take care of her Me I can mako moccasins I can kill plenty deer and cure venison When I um away with you to cart tho chain she can bar tho door an- a keep Sally out and I sleep easy not sleep easy Slcur Abe to go away and len vo her alono with that Sally who may cast an null eyo or a stick o wood at her the minute my bact i turn You better put off tho housekeeping until we come home uuggcstcd Lincoln smiling and let Peggy hoard at the tavern while wo aro away Sho lies plenty of money Antywlnes blue eyes flashed Joy a the unfolding of this brilliant plan lie had never thought of leggy money as currency which might b put to use It was simply n nluabl possession hoarded for her Peggy vas directly received Into tit Ilutlcdge lamlly where sho had at abundance of good loud sad Anns teaching end companionship for u stipulated sum In shillings and Op t amounting to lean than to dollars week To her It was a season of joy Mill tepid development Plano Hut ledge herself budding Into girlhood watched the Spaniard with surprise and reluctant approval Peggys angles disappeared Sho shot up taller Her PEComn limbs were round and her linltln step without n crotch had an nuucallim charm liar little face gathered n sweetness which provoked kisses It hind thin clean polish of n flower petal She was so good and so happy so busy learning how to tumult ago tho affairs of dally living and so glad to draw her breath that every hotly said She Is growing pretty Whoever lmannd tint little wcUPd Spaniard would turn out like this Antywine and Lincoln wero svayon- tit rnrlyin Jute They onto driving on oxwagon from thcwwit IntoNew Hnleni one evening nt sunset and drew up nt the vacant cabin which Antywine In tended to snake Ills own It stood waiting for him In primitive security Tho oxwagon carrlM a squat low chest of drawers evidently l Mght nt secondhand but bright ant rosy through Its old mahogany surface nnl Anlywlnes first housekeeping Invest ment Lincoln helped him unload It nnd they set It on the sward before tho cabin door I lift him Into time house UISCrIsaid Antywine So Lincoln borrowed rattle on knowing he was welcome to put them Into anybody pasture until he nnd his chain bears ttturncd them- Autyviime opened the door of this playhouse he was Intending to make for Peggy Though tho sensitive part of him which Peggy said was like n woman quivered with delight ho hind a free hold spirit ready to dare anything On long tramps and rides and through days of mechanical labor with a master mind ho had wren coming to his own tus a roam Theres a mighty dlfferonit Lin Kiln unite said to him between study lag with the outside of your eyeballs anti Jtlylng with your eyes opn clear to the bottom of your brain Antywine MW that new oiled would bare fu M put Into the 1J1plfI iMatcn windows over s hick Pegs vonlil haul ihmi wklte curtains per haps hike those that could bo bused apart mi tlags at the tavern Ho trlecteil the rurrer for hlH chest of drawers and was silently calculating hew lung it would take to turn oat shopihim shut the door to keep Silly from rOUlIhett if drawers In earlier days be lore beard grew upon her tare or cvarlco Mild vlndl tlvfnewi hewed It her piercing black eyes may have been hilmlred She fixed them on Antywine lit touched Iii tap with the courtesy his father hud taught him to show ni- l1mn and sail tlood day Sally He heard Llnr ius gee hawiug to the oxen tots to Woe Btirk and saw that Slick Green and young Yates had come down the road to meet the surveyor Have you heard about Powryt death Inquired Sally live death Antywine repented Yeti SIlo was ratted n week ago ITo lie Continue NOTARYS QUEER FEE Cttrrliiliiril by n Qlnlintrr Irnl- l 11lOr Monr faun III Client Mr John nan CUborne while acting aa round la plrtitriio and tranquil Ghent had few exciting experiences and unties which wore not arduous lint he rerclved one surprising fee re lates Youths Companion A man come to hint to secure the authentication ut a document to be used In court In the United States n service fur whirls the regular fee U 2 which Mr Usliorne duly charged hut nil client apiitareil troubled and admitted that lie wai hard up lie was he explained by profession n rlaweitcr but war temporarily out of employment alter a aeries of per formances at country faire nail he had only oxpceted to way a quarter lie fumbled In hits porkvts moment In n 1Itr lIed way then brightened suddenly and RUgguited a comprondio he would not pay In money but by glvlns hits creditor a special perform ante Believing him to be one of the nu merous fakers who rely or nlelnlitof hand In socalled glasseating feats Mr Oborne exprowed Incredulity Gimme u thin goblet said hi and Ill eat It all up The goblet was brought The imps cttnlous American grasped It firmly with both hands as a boy would a big apple unit munched off a great piece The fragments crackled horribly under his large tenth M Osborno reports and disappeared down his throat Ho was precisely what lie claimed to bea human oitrlcb lint It was not a pleasant way of receiving a notarial fee and the consul hastened to Inform titsIISlur Altniil Marl Tmtlii Senator Stewart uf Nevada tells daysas a his duly ono evening tti report a meet lag of tho tllyrcouncil whole president was a ponderous elatosman given to sounding words and intellectual cop fusion A nntlon via made to ext punge from thin records a certain mat ter which the prealdlns officer was ex tremely anxious should not become part oi local history The mottox hav cing keen goRonded was eagerly pissed matter has been ordcisl ex punged doolarcd tho presiding coon cilman pravely anti tho cleric will proceed lo cxpunfe It should oo ef fectively wiped out obliterated end totally destroyed Ho paused to nc 1tiel tho cff ct of hill sentence of an nihilation Where gentlemen lu asked will you have cite oxpunsrc matter deposited and placed 0Mir Twain caught the attention of tip councilman nearest titan Let the ex pungcd matter he worn under th chairmans hat he suggested m onto would ever lhnc of hooking ise for anything A Sweet ToothT- s responsible for ainuy achea nod pains Hut whatever tho cause of lIeI coy it tilJOllld bo nt rested and the Teeth put iu good condition We ckAii fill or ox met tetfh with out pain to that patient Our flue sets of teethat 3 made on rylonito oriubber are absolutely pot feet Wo Kiiarnnteo them Tcoth cxtrnctod 25 cents Tho best nninlam filling 75 cents Special nc coiumcdntonii for piliontH from a Jiktauvu who vttlio fur appointments Dr V II Hobson Icyl afl FnnlltttrtunTrs h7nvnut4I1frteatrh auJ aputoe otrnatatiy 0 W1 FT CO f axt ldryOf 08 PjUMCbo WuMtjUn 0 n Goon 1nvelltlfit711trr win ee4- by Ipn t t+ eehh- cdr1 J w 111 wiIN VeillulTICIKCUAIMI OriCKATIXCS t title tee lad lUkl Mill nth l y5 la end r 1 taLn which gel- leriyf hr1 I5 4 ter ale fur l will h4 Tvtryl e tatatooc HERMAN C TAFEL CYCHtlMIHC ItCCtKICAL- II Ittt n rnr til lauiouti nr r tnun r hlat DIWII in TiM ht YotUntn N a ldtry oU firm tf which Mr J M tlirltrN l head Mr HiHer nntint of hU tripe lntlo buy goods niiil lo feltedubo with him in thin imltci cnr lyre take one of these Littlit Sulv KixerH upon retiIiinmlcti will bu up Iirlv in the moiiint r olinn goal 1or the dark tiruivn tasty hfnilnchn and Imt logs 6eliug Do VittV Liltl- nItly IJinti iirt tin Uht pills to me Sold Ul1llIt liml Drub Co HEPAIR THAT LOOM Hf r n CtillrK has nprim dn market for hornwinnn mind homo woren goods such an bed cortrlid linen drew liusey jonna blaukeln etc at follow lug prices Corerlidsi I to f6 Linen 40 to 50 tents n yard Drews Linsejr HO teats n yard i Jeans 00 cents a yard ItUtikntd imtiirnl brown wool or bark dyosS3n pair White hussy stud white blnukota nro not In demand only on orders Coverlids mutt ho 2 yards 72 inches wide ROll 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned Lomotnade dyes- Anywomnntvhowants to still cover lids or homespun to Boron College hhould find out what lime Collets wnnU before beKiuuliis to word 01 spin Fur itiforniutiou apply In per 11sMrs Hcttic W Graham Bern Ky Conclilii Cpell rnimril llcalti Hurry Ilcklolll aged 2n choked to loath early YtlIh nioruiiiK nt kin hniii in time prusciica of ills Rife anti ciiiM flu contrHcted n Night cohl ii fume dots ago eel paid but little nlttiitiou to it Vostunliy norniufC ho win htIM with u lit of oiigbiny uhich coiiliiitied Iiiolno iiuo Ills wifu nl fur it pliy icinu lull before lib could arrive HMOIIUT onghliltgspeiicalnscIIsitu UIckwIt- iti1 rim td cjnS Iiuii JliL Democrat Del W II IJil mils Lloreliouin1 Strip aught hiva nviil him 4 u tiecud 100 i- iat End Uug Slurc iIECTOn or fiT IUKG9 4 lbnrn iHiii Out orln TUne to Ik- CJouU uI1I iiruliniiilMiiulut- Ciiuuli Itruinlf- Aeliburnlmtu Out April 18 1903 I think it is only lifihl thnt I should oll you what n wouderfnleffect Chnm borlainaCotiKhltetueJyhnHprotlucod Iho day boforo Kuntcr I wai so distressed with n cold anti trough that I did not think to bo ublo to take nay duties the next tiny ns my voice wits almost choked by tho cough The sntno day I received nn order fromtyou for a bottle of your Cough Hem edy 1 nt oncw procured n sample bottle DUll toolt glad three dates of tho medicine To my grout relief the cough nut cold had completely dill appeared DUll Iwas alto to preach Ihreo times on Ksnti r DRY 1 knee that this rapid anti cITectiro euro eves duo to your Cough Ilomcdy I make this tcbtimonial without solicitation being thankful tp hero found such arGod sent remedy llwpectfully yours K A LANOITLOT MA To Chrtmberlniu Medicine Co this remedy in for stile by S E Wolcli Jr p J MONUMENTS Visa d tonis ShtuUJ Quell nd L1sibI Work of nil kinds Bono In A nurkiiinnlikn niannnr at ron nnnblfl pricm and with dit piitcli AuIwotk jjuar abtixsl by GOLDEN FLORA KtCHMOND Ky Rimrixt MtlnctHt ruth bbrt- 1nvatit L faulty Itundy Fit 4uuiitljr nccHlnntn cwtr in the LotiKuli UI which incite burns Cults Hprnhih nml lin est lor uw is sack 3ii s UilUinlH Slaw Liniment hay for ninny yetnrs Ixvn th constntil avorito fHtnilr roiiiHlr 2icOOJ and 100 ul lust Kwl 1h Store ESIDR M E t4 Dentist v e O1ccOCI Il inline olficr OlBce Days Wrdnrsilay In rat nl tin wrvU e GARRET HOTEL i NcI fit lul Monlo Ilosld aluf Lodging nt MpiiInr priiin Sieottdht UIIIllIit Court house ichiiiond Ky R G ENGLE Prop 4 ++ + THIS IS TUB TIME FOR I WinterI t 1Robes t ti H w are showing tho c t Ihtl that ivas ever brought into i tilt city of Iticlunotid d Wo invito thin public to CBtIImid inspect our liu- oTHEY 1 RANGE IN- PRICE 1 t FROM t I x50 to 1500 4 1ytT J MOBERLGVr Mule Street Itichmoud Ryif A J THOMSON UKOOERIES AND NOTIONS FiuitH and vegetables B fptlrtllltsIorrosiTt cusDitrcs PILL f Ii II THE CITIZEN HHKHHHHHWHHH The Home JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor WHhhMHHMIHHH SOUPS Our cooking classes thin week nro making porno dolicioiin Boupp and on a recoil vicit took Some now s on tliolr work for tho benefit of IhofiO girls who cnnnnl attend the elapses but who rend TUB CITIZSN- ThH Is what their teacher told thorn I Nearly nil pact of an animal may be use for food The boms and gristle the tondooH and coarse tough portions of the loan moat may have much nutriment extracted from them if cooked slowly in water at a moderate heat Even tho bony portions of previously cookod meat should he saved and used in coupe Thoo scrappy portions of meat are very cheap and n good soup is both nourishing and economical t It Is better to cook a large quanti ty at n time it taken a long time to extract all the nutriment and the brothwill keep for a week or more This liquid in which tile moat has boon cooked is called stock because it can ho kept our drawn Train as needed It Is what we moan whun we peak of a merchants stock of goody or a farmers stock In making good soup the first es sential is to have a perfectly clean pot have the pot washed with mxa and water to remove any grease then scoured to remove hits of burned or hardened matter Wipe the neat clean with a wet cloth examine to son that no pieces are tainted then cut into pieces about an Inch and a half queue Put tho meat and boot into cold water to extract the juices and do not allow it to boil After thn meat has stood fifteen miuutes in cold water put it ou tho fire cover lot it como slowly to the simmering point then place where It will simmer for five or six hours An hour before tho cooking is complete add whatever vegetables you tray wish After five or six hours strain into a howl and let It cool uncovered Nnvor lot it stand In the pot after it to rooked The greano will form n cako on top which can bo I easily remov- aldlill1iHllI ++ If+ HIlhlHt The School JOHN W1RT DinSMORB Editor tl H+IIIIIHH IHH+III I I WHY GO TO COLLEGE s A Symposium by College Presidents Time college cannot help a fool and may spoil a genius butt for tho average wind tho question Why go to college if next in importance to mnrriaga and death To n score or more of American college presidents and professors this question has been addressed anti tho cream of their answers follows William T Harris United Slates Commissioner of Education Because a college course gives a survey of human knowledge presented in the light of the unity of all knowledge Secondary and ele mentary education gives fragmentary knowledge The young man of average intellect in prouo to bo carried away by hobbles Some particular brunch gets between him and the Hum ofnil knowledge unless he broadens his work Chance W Eliot President of Harvard University In order that the young man may discover what his powers are and learn to uso thorn for his own good and tho good of others Jacob Gould Schurnmn President of Cornell University Such an education will act on nn average intellect like fertilizer on a held of avorago fertility It makes one more of a man This is the chief value of all education David Starr Jordan President of Lelaud Stanford Junior University The whole of your life has been spent In your own company and only tho educated man is good com pany to himself Only the man who Is trained to help himself can bo helpful to others Andrew S Draper President of the University of Illinois To the end that ho may bo safely agressive among educated people and become fitted for leadership in affairs d1It1IIHII4 MHH1IHHH The Farm BILAt CUEEVER MASON Editor HHHHHHHHHHH ROOT CROP 8 1 EDS floit will Wlirro Tliry Art CJrow anti Why Thir Are Orirn Pour The seed dlvlHlou of the Canadian department of agriculture often HUB KcMlonx of much Interest to root grow ors AcconlliiK to Chief O If Chirk of the liewl division a few farmer Camilla ninkc n wpoolnlty of crowing root crop seed but practically the whole uiiiount of such olTered III the trade imported from Europe timid Is grown In France Qernmny and ling land A favorable climate timid cheap labor have uindo these countries the wed Knrdeim of the world Turnips swedes mniiRclii and car rots ore nil biennial piniitstluit Is they store up nourishment In the root during the whole of time Unit year and use that store of food for time produc tion of seed the second nod llnnl year of their life Most of our domesticated planU have been evolved Prow wild types through bug yearn of selection cultivation uiul cross fertlllxatlon Time original wild types were usually an nuals producing seed the lint year and there U a tendency among all Iw proved iilnutu to revert rapidly to the old unimproved types whenever they are deprived of careful attention to se lection and cultivation Canadian farmers have tiot Jully rrc oltnlzltl that time value of root crop seeds is fur from dei cmlliig on their vitality nlone It Is even more Im portant that they be taken from care fully grown and selected stocks Wo ftvldom see n Held of roots that art uni formly tale to type nod free from abnormal growth of top large tieckit aud III whujMd prongy tools The IItIIt quality of sent Is produced from HeUwted aud transplanted roots Seed of turnip amid swedes Is produced In quantity In thiN uui uer In the north of Hcollniul The cllnmte of Scotland like that of Canada U such that rot crop scfds can only be cur cessfully produced by harvesting till routs heron winter and transplanting them the following spring The hulk of the seed of these crops which U liuKrtctl for the Canadian trade Is grown In Franco nnd the south of England where tho climate Is such that the roots way remain unhurvcsted through the winter and produce seed the following year Some of the more reliable seed growers In those coun tries exercise a great deal of care In the production of their stocks They supply seeds from their own selected stocks to small farmers who grow quantities of seed for them under eon tract Time lied quality of seed offered In time Canadian trade Is grown In this way There Is however evidence to show that a great deal of time seed of those crops offered In Canada Is of much Inferior quality Canadian farm ers have demanded cheap seeds with out any guarantee us to quality and tho smlsmcu have simply tried to meet the demand A great deal of the root crop seed used In Canada Is grown by small Irresponsible European farm era whose chief object Is to obtain a maximum yield of seed Imlciwiulcut of Its quality In time growing of these stocks It Is a common practice to sow late In the season after an early crop hat lieu harvested from the land Young plants thus produced are lu many cases not thinned nnd do not grow to n reasonable size during time tint season From n crop of this sort a very large amount of top Is produced and a large quantity of seed obtained tier aero at n minimum cost Until the consumers learn that It pays to uso only seed that Is taken from selected and transplanted roots grown In a ell mate similar to that where the seed la wanted for use tho quantity of homegrown stock offered In time trade will be extremely limited It therefore ap pears that growers of root crops will find It to their advantage to purchase only seeds from extra selected stocks no matter what the price may be or better lUll grow their own seed from time best and most typical roots raised on their own farms cnour CURED Mr P N Pennobaker Bardstown Ky says Our little daughter has suffered great deal from sore throat and croup I had boon at a lose to know what to use until a friend BUg goetedParacamph After one appll cation the soreness of the throat and tho croupy condition was entirely ro moved I have also used it myself for Sore Throat and Neuralgic Head ache and find it to bo an Instant relief 1 can recommend Paracampb for use ia the household and espec ially for conditions above referred to I am quite sure it is all you claim for it and highly recommend it as a tam ily remedy For sale by S E Welch Jr druggist General Longitreet Dead Atlanta Ga Jan 4 General James Longstrcot soldier statesman and diplomat and tho lost Lieutenant General of tho Confederate army with the exception of General Gordon died In Gainesville Ga from an attack of acuto pneumonia Ho had boon ill two days General Longstrcct was a sufToror from cancer of one oye but his general health had been good until Wednesday He was 84 years old Ha Is survived by his wife two sons and a daughter Tho body will be burled In Gainesville which has been his home since tho civil war WITHOUT IltOIKOTIoy Washington Jan GA report sub mltted by tho joint army and navy board of which Admiral Dowoy Is time senior member relative to fortifications for tho Philippines transmitted to the house by Secretaries Hoot and Moody nays Tho policy of congress may bo assumed to ho to hold tho Philippines In American possession as against any foreign enemy but although tho Islands have been In our possession now more than five years not a gun has been mounted nor an earthwork raised to protect any of our harbors Continuing tho report recites that tho hoard has the honor to submit to tho government Its jmlg ment that time national policy as ox pressed In congress can not be main mined In war unless provision Is rondo for defense MADK KXIKKS Military DrporU Mrn From County Whrrfl Strike la On Tellurldo Colo Jan Twenty six men arrested hero by time military authorities Including former Attor ney General Kugena Kngley counsel for tho Tellurldo Minors union Guy R Miller president of tliD union and J C Williams vice president of the Western Federation of Miners were placed on a northbound train and taken beyond tho boundaries of San Miguel county under military guard They will not ho allowed to return to this district whllo martial law Is In effect Not On Panama Territory Colon Jan GTho only Colombian troops which are known to ho near Panama territory are thoso under tho command of General Daniel Ortiz at Tltunmtl and which aro variously estimated at between lCOO anti 2GOO men Tho camp has been established for tho past six weeks and was tile covered by tho United States cruiser Atlanta when General Ortiz was interviewed by Lieutenant Ierrlll General Ortizs men have undoubtedly scouted toward lanaman territory hut the most careful examination conducted by the naval authorities has failed to reveal their presence In a military sense at any time upon the territory of the new republic Trial of Bandits Chicago Jan 5 Wednesday morn ing time cases of Murax Hocskl Van Ulna and Neldermeyer will bo called for trial before Judge Kerstan A largo crowd Is expected to nil tho courtroom and extraordinary precau hens arc to be taken by the sheriff to maintain order Only those connect ed with tho cases on trial will secure admittance The first cases to bo tried will bo tho murders of Stewart and Johnson employee of the Chicago City Hallway company at tho time of the robbery or tho car barns WAS Former Ohioan Cincinnati Jan Colonel Thomas C Campbell who died In New York was one of tho most noted men In time Ohio valley Up to 1S84 ho was thou leading criminal lawyer and one of Republican leaders In Ohio Camp bell came very close to the governor ship nearly 30 years ago In 1875 Judge Alphonso Taft was defeated for tho Republican nomination for governor by Rutherford II Hayes when Campbell was tendered tho nomination Iowa Pays Lowest Wages Des Moines la Dec 30 Iowa pays tho lowest wage to female teacn ers of any state In the Union and the lowest average scale to both male and female with the exception of but seven states Time average scale paid tho Iowa teachers Is but 3091 Tho above Is a part of a report submitted by Chairman Nicholson of the teach ers wage committee to a meeting r f tho educational council of Iowa State Teachers association Made Many Homeless Chicago Jan GIn the burning of tho Delaware apartment building ICO persons were rendered homeless and there were many narrow escapes from death In tho flames Tho building was n relic of the worlds fair con struction period and was generally considered a poor risk by Insuranco men Tho tire was started by Patrick McLaughlin a plumber who crawled underneath the building to repair n water pipe Joins Revolutionists Cap Haltlen Jan 5 Tho cntlro republic of Santo Domingo is experi encing the calm which precedes a rev olutionary storm Tho population of tho region south of Azun Do Compos ted has joined the army of tho revo lutionists which is marching on the capital and several new defections from tho ministry of Provisional President Morales aro announced Georgia For Roosevelt Atlanta Jan 1 The Republican state committee selected this city as tho next place of holding the state convention and named March 23 104 us tho ditto for meeting Tho committee unanimously Indorsed tho administration of President Roosevelt nnd pledged him their support for presidential nomination Taft For War Portfolio Washington Jan 5Tho president sent to time senate tho nomination of William II Taft of Ohio to bo secretory of war Tho president also noml nated Luke E Wright of Tennessee to bo civil governor of tho Philippine Islands nnd Henry C Ide of Vermont to be vlco civil governor of tho Phil Ipplno Islands Smoot Submits Reply Washington Jan 5 Senator Smoot submitted to Chairman hut rows Monday evening his reply to tho charges which will be presented to the committee at a meeting to bo called this week PAST END DliUO CO SUCCESSFUL Inilucril Ur lluwmil Company to likeSpecial Trier After a great dealof effort and correspondence Tho East End find Dry g Co the popular druggists have succeeded in gotting the Dr Howard Co to nuke a special hilt price Introductory offer on tho regular fifty cent size of hair celebrated specific for the cure constipation and dYllpepsio This medicine is a rtccut discovery for time cure of all diseases of the stomach and bowels It not only gives quick relief but it makes perma nent cures Dr Howards specific has been so remarkably successful in curing con fctipntion dyspepsia and all liver troubles that the East End Drug Co are willing to return the price paid in every case where it does not give reliefSo great is tho demand for this specific that the East End Drug Co has boon able to secure only a limited supply and every one who Is troubled with dyspepsia constipation or liver trouble should call upon them at once or send 25coats and get sixty doses of illo lost medicine ever made on this special halfprice offer with their personal guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure The Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women and equally cele brated makes for Men and Boys are found at Rice Arnold Richmond Ky CUitEU AlTKUNUFFEIUSn 1O YEARS B F HaroSupt Miami Cycle Mfg Co 0 suffered for ten years with dyspepsia He spent hundreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving permanent benefit Ho says One night while feeling ex ceptionally bad I was about to throw down the evening paper when Isaw an item in the paper regarding the merits of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I included to try it and while I had no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After using two bottles I am stronger and better than I have been in years and I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friends and acquaintances suffering from stomach trouble Sold by East End Drug Co iENS hlltUC I Your slot 41t armor t dwl o Ih1n for tttj lr IJr Ulou II Mod shooting lndUpDUtl r1peIt to 011 0r tetemtte puatie I haN totaenttnhtIputIoipt01 nrlmL A J STEVENS ARMS TOOL r Chicopee FallalfaaY ZERO WKATIIER Is apt to freeze your ears post hands and toes You dont notice it at the time but later on it is painful and oftentimes dangerous Paracamph relieves frost bites immediately It draws out lbo frost because it opens the pores of the skin induces perspi ration and stimulatest he circulation Paracamph prevents erysipelas and bloodpoisoning o 0+0 +o +od o rod od o +o +o +0+0+o + +o +o IIod o +o+0+0+ o o What would make a better investment than one of our o + 0 1 + SelfpronouncingTeachers 0 1 Bibles t+ o Advertised on page 7 0o+ 0 oDodo +od odo +od o +o +od od od o +od od ood o +od o +od o+o +od op To Printers We manufacture the very highest grade of BRASS RULE BRASS LEADS BRASS LEADERS BRASS GALLEYS METAL BORDERS pricesWosurprised at what we can save you over the regular prices COtHiKbestSend for our new catalogue PIIPRINTERS908 FILBERT STREET PHILADEPHIA t N This space has been purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen H THE CITIZENS CLASSI FIED AD COLUMN- Ads in this column Be per line first insertion 2Jc line each subsequent insertion six words to line No matter where you live or what your wants are advertise in this col umn and get results Cash must ac company order WANTED PURCHASER for an extra good sad dle new for twothirds the cost price Inquire of Treasurer Oaborne TO BORROW MONEY for the extensive building projects of Berea College in sums of five hundred dollars or more paying interest for six months or a year Inquire of Tress T J Osborne LOOM AND FLAX WHEELMrs CollegeBereacate with anyone having a loom or good flax wheel for sale A understandingthe given work at the Weaving House on Jackson Street H W Graham Berea College Fireside Industries Berea Ky priceJKy 121 TURKEYS GEESE and all kinds paidBerea FOR SALE FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cis CollegeBrick FOUR ROOM COTTAGE Chestnut Ave with 2Jacrea land two good wells and a good orchard Enquire of or write D N Welch ASTRAY Taken up as a strayone white mayhavepaying charges W J Tatum A IHISONEB IN TIER OWN HOVSK Mrs W H Layha of 1001 Agnes sev1eralyearshoarseness and at times a hard cold whichshe says would keep me in doors for days I was prescribed for by physicians with no noticeable re sults A friend gave me part of a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy with instructions to closely follow the directions and I wish to state that after the first day I could notice a decided change for the better andat this time after using it for two weeks have no hesitation in saying that I realize that I am entirely cured This remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr druggist LEADS AND SLUGS L S METAL FURNITURE METAL LEADERS SPACES AND QUADS METAL QUOINS if FORDS BlACItDRAUOJlT THE GREATf- AMILY MEDICINE Thedfordf BlackDraught has laved doctors more than sixty years For the common fam constipationindigestion plaints chills and fever bilious ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and reg digestiontimulalet purifies the blood and the of foul accumulations It cures liver sour stomach dizziness chills rheumatic sideache back ache troubles constipationtdiarrhoea biliousness colds and headache drug gist has Thedfords BlackDraught in 25 cent packages and in mam moth size Never accept a substitute Insist on having the ChattanoogaMeaicine DnughtIsgood for any and everything have a family of twelve children and for fonr years have kept them on foot and with no doctor but Black Draught A J GREEN Illcwara v f OFFER NUMBER TWO I EXTENDED TO JAN 151THE CITIZEN and the JOSIIER both One Year for the Price of TILE CITIZEN s The Christmas number of Tu- aJosnenthe jocular journal for jo cose 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 TUB JOSIIER certainly fills a long felt want Time subscription price for the school year is 40c however by special arrange ments both THE CITIZEN and THE JOSIIER can be had for the price of TnE CITIZEN alone 100 per year This offer is good only until Jan 16 The lighter and more humorous vein of THE JOSIIER finely supplements the more serious and dignified reading matter found in THE CITIZEN Send 1 100 to Jas M Racer Berea Ky atIionce and get the college jokes as wall aa the college news THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publliher DEUBA KENTUCKY ++H++ ++++H + Playing For i High Stakes i By WILL T HALE + i+f+f++ t+ + ++ + + ++ ++ tNOorjrlfht bj D lly Slorj rub Uv KATLY nttlred and eober Itcdford N appeared very much out of place in that part of the city he was visiting known as Hells Half Acre It had been in the Infancy of the place Included in the fashionable residence district but was now given over t tricksters and toughs Houses which were once the homes of wealth shel tered lawlessness and squalid misery calling to mind Byrons simile of the ruineu urn whose holy dust was scattered long ago On the sidewalks In front of brothels dives and cheap lunch rooms were gathered motley crowds of low whites negroes and brazen women of both races so that the very nlr was attainted with sin and crime Kcdford on any other occasion might have regarded the surroundings with horror and shrinking but as he jostled among the rabble he was so Intently scanning certain landmarks that he was partially lost to the toughness and ribaldryAt he reached a block In which a number of pawnshops were located when began walking mor leisurely Scrutinizing closely each shop he stopped after passing the lastThe worst looking of the lot he said to himself as if recalling nilescription given by some one In thn window to the right as you enter a conglomeration of valises only the proprietor about 40 years of age an American with sandy hair and beard and rendered villainous in appearance by a broken nose It is hard to distinguish the worst shop where all arc eo disreputable and I see no show window filled entirely with valises Perhaps the decorator has changed the display during the last month I sup pose It will be bet to enter all and try to locate the person described by n look at the proprietors Walking Into the nearest he found a youthful Jew but as he was on the point of leaving an Individual an KINE THINGS STCNNINUP1fo DATE Bwerlng the description entered from the street who alter scndng the Jew counIItercoats Redford Inquired A jimdandy lot was the response This way please teaching the rear of the shoe he broker gnve his customer a glance sizing him up In an Instant Something nice he asked and uncovered a pile of overcoats of varied quality and pattern Something good at toast J prefer dark blue If you have it though I cant say that Im pntlcul rEThem Is but one of that color In stock explained the broker taking tho garment from a drawer Fine thing stunnln uptodate I have thought of taking it for myself since the owner has let slip the time by two days for its redemption Tho words prepared Redford for ex tortion To prevent this he affected lack of interest though his eagerness was apparent enough to the shrewd broker it lance refused an offer of 39 for It the latter continued It catches the eye at once you see Any Judo of goods knows what a thing like that viuld cost In a tony part of town Out It is bulled Perhaps it has a history sentiment alone could make it so valuable Who should know Us history or suspect that It has one The broker was now playing Into tho others youngl1sizeand agewas on his uppers and of coatYdispose of it I recall now that the fellow requested me to be sure and hold It six months I promised and I try to keep my wordalie turned to replace the coveted overcoat in tho drawer For some rea won Redford became considerably agitated at this movement and offered This was also reruscdslWell it suits my fancy and Ill make It forty more Redford salt Indeed I hive a right to mIJi What right Doyou hold the tick ct What are you giving me anyway Why should a man able to pay or so ouch be a customer here If thn thing is worth a hundred dollars to r you It is worth fire times more Be sides you say you havent the ticket While that ia not absolutely necessary your possession of It might Induce me to make aera sacrifice I will not part with it now being a man of my word However if But Redford had turned away very white and terribly disappointed all of which was noticed and gloated over by the broker A good thing said tho latter Ho will come back when Ill get my price Tile garment docs have a history its apparent Its great tot understand human nature 1Ile was in his shop until a late hour night Ills clerk had gone and tho crowds on the street had wellnigh dispersed to huddle in their miserable quarters Suddenly looking up as some one entered the door he saw Rcdford who requested to examine tho over coat onco more If not too much troll ble A gleam of triumph came into the brokers eyes but It gave way too disappointment when tho expected customer said I do not want to purchase but merely examine it If I am not mls informed it contains a document of no interest to you but of moment to mo Do you refuse There was a dangerous glitter In Red Conis eyes but tho broker pos scsscd of determination which was augmented by avarice said Yet I alono havo a right to make the searchlhls is now my property Then see what is in tho Inside pocket To convince you that I know what I am requesting I will say that it contains a letter addressed to Charlton Redford That is my name The broker did as directed drawing forth a crumpled bit of paper and pro cccdlug to read its contents Stop thundered tho young mane oblivious of the fact that by calling the attention of a passerby to the disturbance he might defeat his purpose The contents are not for your eyes HanJ the letter to me You would hold me up In my own house For reply the broker received a blow in the face which staggered him then seizing the letter Redford fled into the darkness Although a stranger In the city ha easily fount tho way to his hotel Rushing to his room with nervous hands he opened the letter and read I am a prisoner in my father house As you know ho bitterly opposes our marriage Conceiving the Idea that we intended an elopement several months ago ho sold his effects and brought me here I am conslanty watchttl and not allowed to leave my room But believe me when I say that nothing can shale my love or make me forget you for a moment My brother recently enforced his demand to see me you know tits leaner and in what terror my father the misguided boy I have en barelIfully Myra Bonel It vas dated at a country place some 400 or miles distant Redford took the first train for that point and since love laughs at bolts and bars why go Into details regarding the release of Miss Bonscl or tho wedding which allowed a few days thereafter But I am ansioua to know how you proceeded after having received such incoherent directions from my bro ther the brldo asked one day while Ion their tour A3 I Mid explained lUdford I fount him In almost a dying condition after his weeks debauch In his wanderings he had pawned his overcoat your letter being thoughtlessly left In ono of tho pockets The ticket was ost and while he could not recall the brokers name he remembered the city where tho loan was received and gave as coherent a description of the lira pricier as possible in his condition Seeing that your brother would be well cared for I started out on my quest Many persons would have been hopeless but love pave me cues you know At any rate recent events show my success even though I had to resort to the methods of a highwayman And do you know that after awhile I am going to return to the of my adventure with the broker sad glue myself up I have no fears of the resultall the world loves a lover and despises a Shy lock SHOULD SPEAK AMERICAN Vnnlilnit Vuin nn Who llnil ilees Ahruuil tnUril for nutUldN- ot lid Illali Shun While one abides In the United States Is just as well to speak English as ahoI is spoken here and not as our cousins across the watif prefer It I am moved to say this by tho experience of a Wash lugton woman who has just come homo from Hot Springs She hai spent a great deal of time In England and she has a nearEnglish accent and vocabulary In which silo tales great pride Some little time before she left tho Springs sho wrote to her husband In Washington of her pressing need of footgear Please go right down to Thus aad Sos she wrote and get mo n pair boots The puppy has chewed up my last pair and havent a thing left They have my last and size at Thusacd SosNow her husband says tho Washing i ton Post Is a plain unimaginative man t United States habits and speech and boots to him meant boots He didnt concern himself to wonder whether t milady wanted boots for riding or wading ho knew simply that Eho told wanted boots and boots she should have So tho lady came up from lot Springs with the Bulllondorfs in their coq with an expensive pair of riding bouts In her trunk wrath in her eye and a pair of black satin slipper her feet Hereafter when kho want high shots shell toy shoes and Lot l70U Education That Is HarmfulB- y HON A J BEVERIDGE United States Senator front Indiana Mere learning does not necessarily matte citizenship Knowledge of lca1aud living languages mastery of the physical science instruction in higher mathematics none of these in itself produces patriotism And an educated man who thinks of his own success regardless of the common welfare is more dangerous to a republic than alt ignorant man because he has more resources with which to take from the common good for his own advantage liven if such a man is not active against the state and merely contents himself hy leaving public affairs alone his very example is a negative influence for evil His less fortunate neighbors will say If Mr with all his education does not care for the public good why should I bother nty self about it And this means the beginning of the decay of the civi- csensethat profound personal interest which every citizen must have in the nation and its destiny if the republic is to work out its theory aiul purposesSo that in a republic if the school stops with material kuowl edge it has rendered the nation no service In monarchies it play be all right for the school to confine itself to science literature philos Uy because such governments do not depend tpon the citizen as with m spiritThtandall the tints with the thought of German nationality German supremacy hut in America this is as notch more nccrssrry then in Ger many as the life of our nation is drawn more directly from the hearts and minds of our mil ottS It is plain then that the American school must produce something more than book culture The soulof out American instruction must be American nationality or rather fundamental and worldrighteonsncs expressed through the activities of the American republic The Worlds PVorkers By RT REV WILLIAM CROSWELL DOANE Bishop of Albany JIIEREare two classes of people in this world idlers and laboring men There arc certain idlers living sometimes in clubs and soinemcs in corner groceries They arc the un edible fungi of humanity They arc the drones that arc per fectly certain one tiny to he expelled from the hive either by the strculc of lives that have spent themselves until they are lirul of life or else where they belong itl the States prison but the rest arc laboring men in one sense or the other Now who arc tilt tvorkiii neat Iant perfectly sure that unless we are willing to degrade our huninn nature into the Iver part that of the an inals beicveit stands true tbdxy that the hardest worker in the world arc the men who work either with their souls or their brains or their hearts and not the ones who work wth their hands and antIs Priests students and administrators of RV crnnient heads of great railroads and great financial institutions leaders of polMical and social reform the legislators no matter where they arc these are the hard workers of the world because they do nut troth merely with muscles that arc rested by a nights steep but hccatiw hey work with an unending and unresting top night aril day that strains brains and nerves that cannot be so easy rested They arc the workers of the world believe the hardest workers of the world arc the mien upon wnom the burden and heat of the lay falls Passing of the Ute System By HON CARROLL D WRIGHT President of Clark University and United States Commissioner of Labor Under the wage system as outlined by the late Kranci Walker said the speaker the wage worker receives in advance from capital the measure of his labor this measure being recouped by the returns for llic product the wage worker thus bung paid for his services before the employer receives any return for his cooperation with the labor Lndcr cooperation pure and simple the wage earner who is the cooperator must wait until the product is secured marketed and paid for This perhaps is the real underlying reason why cooperation H in its simple form and when applied to production has unit succeeded The cmpoycr therefore collects from the CUll sumer the money to recoup his advancements on the cost of production The two parties to production arc being placed on a more thorough business basis than of old liach is beginning to understand the other and as this understanding cryslalizcs intd positive knowledge and each is ready to meet the other on a fair antI equal basis the wage question will be relieved of sonic of its irritating complications The employer must consider hiscmployc as an investor as well as stockhoder for the orkin l1an invests all hc has and that is his labor of today lie has therefore npcrfcliright to knots wily he cannOt market that labor to the best possible advarlagc Publicity for Corporations By EXGOV LOUNSBERRY of Connecticut CJ O OXKcan say to what extent speculation has extended among nun of business So long as it is limited to the purely specu alive class it cannot be dsastrous The bucket shlops every when arc however breeding speculators andante of tile un fortunate results of the trading m watered stocks and then uLlllt slump that has conic is the sympathetic depression in the prices of other stocks in enterprises that have merit and represent valuable assets Overcapitalization is to be deplored and it should be made impossible There should be actual value behind the stock of al corporations exactly as in the case of a bank Prices on good stocks arc now depressed because the general public have no means of analyrag the real values behind them and do not discriminate The public should have the fullest measure of information concerning he affairs of corporations consistent with the proper regard for the best interests of he enterprise as an entirety t THREE DREAMS I hate the very RtrniiKot dream Said Jasper John hint tilitlit I dreamed the moon and ali the H- rWrre hlnliiK Just nn brlelit stud yrt the sun vui uhlulns to end t xns racing Te- dwhir vtt oil rlw we Ki w was uiiil iiiitcp In lad drrnmrd mill Hide rltdcreAbout ii monstrous hon With twenty UK and loti of tar nil bioiiKCd lo lilt of mural Ills eyes rru lirtrn the rest 01 Mm Wan yrilow strmkid with lilmk And nobody In all the world Hut mo could mourn his hark Their fnlhtr mother and their aunt Agrttd tlml ih se two drruinyore yep gusts but Hoblj Mild Tho one ia It seems To nit t the ciiifirtM of irnn till I saw a boy who adlie hnttd fotthiill mid hr wUrid llrd bwn girt IniUml Ullznbcth Lincoln lloulJT In youths Compiinlon A WONDERFUL CADDY iMBHclittm Ores liininil Trnlnril In Curry rin liiirMlrU turn Vomit lluutnis iiillrr Bob in the name of the intelligent greyhound that has been trained a golf caddy by Mies Maud Ioitle or New York city The og It rapidly becoming tho pride of the members of the Marine end Field club and ills picture will soon be framed and hung on the walls of th clubhouse ills Iottlo hall taken step at Wn hlngon to patent the harness by which the animal It able to cary tho clubs tccurrly for the plan U practical enough to be cxtcntlvdy copied Bob was entered In the Brooklyn dor- Ihow and bids fair to become one of the best known canines In the country He tll only 15 months old nnd was brought from North Ijakota when ho was a puppy by Charles Iottle a New York merchant lit Is a handsome animal buff colored with large yellow nptlri that recall the gem known at tiger eye Ho U already as big AS the majority of his breed He was bought of Dakota rang ra Unfortunately his pedigree list hat been lust by hit new owner Bob Is a peculiar dog Except on warm nights ho insists on sleeping on toll Till GOLF DOO 4 big million and nUo in being covered with a blanket If this blanket slips tiff he cries until It Is readjusted and flies Pottle has hen known to got out of Jed three times on a cold night to re tore his equilibrium He li jcalnuf too of the small puppy and cat of the household being careful to stop eating if thy are given food afterward It was through an accident that Hob become a caddy One hot day last sum mer Alias Inttles red golf jacket became unendurable and Hhotled It on lobs back He carried It 10 nicely that the notion of club hearing soon suggested tself to her and a leather harness was speedily devised The first few times on the golf links Bob WnI led by a string but he stood so quietly that the cord was soon dispensed with lint a round onco made he refuses to carry the clubs home under any Inducement balking Ike a horse as soon as the street Is reached The minute the tools are put away In the locker room Bob trots homo contentedly behind Miss Pottle wheth er she walks cycUs or drives The animal knows when she Is ready to start golfing and backs up conttnterl ly to have tho harness put on him lie carries three clubs on each side In a ibv days a leathern pouch will be made to strap around Bobs breast so that he can carry several golf ball The Marine and Field club members think that flat In more than the equal of Lillian HubsMI the cat belonging to the neighboring Bykcr Meadow Golf club Lillian recently the subject Of a newspaper article frequently dives Into the pool near the clubhojife and catches fish for her kittens Washington Star II n in In s Tulles Hoc Bum may not have been a very nice namo hurt he Is held In high esteem by tho patrolmen attached to uu uptown station house In Philadelphia Bum Is a police dog through and through He begins work with tho first out squad When It lines up for roll call and Inspec lion at midnight ho Inspects It as thor oughly ao the sergeant or lieutenant Ho walks up and down th rank looks each man over barks his satisfaction and then trots out with tho first pair of marching patrolmen Then ho goes through tho duties of a roundsman Ho travels front beat to beat waiting on corners until ho finds each man Ho barks a friendly greeting then and troti oft Ho wont recognize as a friend a policeman from another district oven though tho man bo only across the street from the dogs headquarters Bum deeps pwhlle after that then goes out with the eightoclock squad and tho fouroclock snuad Tho dog can do ill sorts of acrobatic tricks too WHAT TOBY CAN DO later rniiliir In Plan flirt Inwt like liriy feet stud l1nlk HIP Tlulil nuts Toby n little white fox nnd bull Irr nor belonging to J M Spencer of Sioux City la Is perhaps thou most wonder ful dug In the world lie perform dare dovll tricks that astonish an well as please One of the dogs must tunnel ous feats Is that of climbing a ladder rung by rung to the height of cctiand then diving headforemost Into a net Tho dog seems to be without fear Tour WAIKINU THIS ItOIK and climb the ladder easily and gracefully Toby ran walk the tight rope an well und walks on barrrlx Jumps the I IrllltlCIanimal and connlders It the most 11ho and the best trained dog In- tho world TRAPS BEATS TO SHOW Inlrrplil Mr it MnUr n llu lnr I Calrhlnu Vllil iiliiinli uruni ml Jlriinurrlr Animal dealers keep expert animal catchers In all parts of the world Tbij Hagtnbecks have established two collecting stations In charge of stationar- yrepresentativesone In Cnlcutla and the other at Aden To thisc distributing points the traveling representatives ship their catches and when a sufficient number of animals hilt been gathered they are transported to llsmliurg whence they are seat to all countries oC the world One firm has 22 representa instrappingmot ferocious beasts and occasionally lions are ITIEurs pits and leopards panthers and the like In trap ZIbrsl are extraordinarily hard to secure and are proportionately valuable Tho emu U taken In Patagonia by the natives who use the South Americas Lariat A hippopotamus a crocodile or n rhlioc fro Is not caught b the agents of sal mIl firms but Is usw lly found In tbl- tpollnn of the rajahs and other lira vincial rulers In Cochin China Neraaad Slam The keep them Just us people In this country beep u kennel anil they I love to show them till to visitors All animals are reward amtnllnctn the aneaia Lnles a User or a lion or tidied say wild bens t hiss tasted human blood M Is quite ready to lit you go your way If you will let him go ills In captivity lbe agents say you may enter any alt provided you have your whip with a lead bullet un the end In your hand and provided glen that you know how to uio It effectively lint the lean lank of vlKllancn means destruction You might tend on animal for years and have him know you well but that would not Insure you against an alUcb from him the first chance that offered Chicago Tribune PARROT TALKED BASS third Urnrlnl lu CIr llur In los- llair III Mnnlrra tla5ltusulI- n Irrfrrllwu The Knworth Herald gives the follow lug Instance of the liifcuuuliy of a par rot In mimicking its maulers bass voiceThe parrot It seems begun aa won as It was bought to learn to mimic tho vines of the housf hold of my friend It mimicked the contralto voice of the mis tress the treble voice of the young son tho topranu voice of tho daughter and the Irish voice of the cook but tho heavy aud deep bats voice oC the mas ter it was quite unable to cope with it would practice for hours at a tune but It could tint product from its throat tho deep hoarse sounds that it ilrslrcO Therefore tlto family was astonished one day to titan the parrot mimicking th masters voice exactly They sat In the diningroom The bird was In tho hall In Its cage Distinct and loud the sounds came from the hall to them a thunderous and rolling bass voice saying Bring me tho evening paper Some one went out and looked at tho parrot Its head was hidden In its seed cup and It was making Its voice reson ant by speaking from within the seed cups hollow And always now when It wants to speak In a bats voice It puts Its head In its seed cup Isnt that a proof of the almost human Intelligence of the bird Till ling In Not for tints It everybody had a doglike Jlp the fox jI terrier belonging to John Gould ot Shadysldc N J there would bo a glut in tho servant market Jlp can light fires weed gardens and make himself generally useful The other night when Mr Gould came home from worl ho started to weed his garden lip Im mediately joined him and helped pull up the weeds with his teeth When he got a fairly good pile he carried them to a corner of tho garden Just then his master lit his pipe and threw away the match Jml Jlp picked it up with his teeth run to the pile of weeds and ECI fire to them holding the match until It began to scorch his jowl Mr GoUIt says the dog Is not for sale A TERRIBLE CALAMITY t lire lirtlhe Ont inn Chicago The flier and Over 700 Persons Killed in a Panic head Hurtles Were Piled Four mph Flvn Feet In Depth nt the Foot I of the Stnlrwnyg EXPLOSION FOLLOWED THE FIRE Scores ol Persons Discovered In the Aisles With Their Faces Com pletely Trampled OK The Corpses llincd Away From the Plsy House Piled co Witoni lib Cord ol Wood Some of the Audience Were Suffocated Dy Escaping Oat While Sitting In Their Seats Hundreds Injur ed Scorn Will Die Chicago Dec 31 Hundreds ot poo pie wore Mllcd In ten minutes Wednesday afternoon during n fro In tho Iroqttols theater the newest tho larg hs est and ai far as human jwwcr could make It the safest theater In Chicago Coroner Traoficr nt 7IG p m re ported by actual count 73C load The 4oronor lias been notified that there now 422 bodloa at th different morgues and hospitals All have not hen heard from yet as n number of bodies were lateen to imdrtalicr In different parts of the oily At 930 p m It wan declared by the polio that C37 bodies havp boon taken from tho rums A few of those people were burned In death by fire many were sulToratcd by Ran and scores wero trampled to death In the panic that followed tho rend plunge of tbo frightened audi cure for tho exits It will ho ninny hours before tho number of Brad III accurately known nod ninny day ho faro nil of them will be Identified intro wire bodies lying by the dozens odnwMlay night In tho undertaking r me In the police ulnllona and In the tiotpltnl from which nearly everything that could reveal tholr Identity to thane who knew them boat In gone Tlr rlotklng torn to rage or burnt d t n rlndtlra anal their Incm Iiavo bi trampled lute an unrerognlwiblp r i by the heels of the crowd that rran iitl them down nil thy fltHl for flrp broke nut during thr secom ni the play Mr Hlurlmanl which w mho Ont dramatic production glv ni n tho theAtrr since Its erection Th ttnipnny which was very largo aped to the street In safety II-IrlyIn ef thorn however bolnr compelled te flw Into the snowy stroU with no CtoOilMg but tholr Mage rmtutnos A few member of the company suttaln ii minor Injuries but none were fieri NiKly hurt Tilt accounts of tho origin of tho fire nrq conflicting sad nono of them nor an tall the best roiMm given that in ctrlr wire near the lower part i A iriore of drop lacmiry suddunly iii nnd was grnunilu The tire vne ud rapidly towanl tin trout of the ss causing tho mrmbcr of the iii in who were then engaged In the t if rformancp to flee to tho wliiRn wills IinniB of terror The lire In Itself tip to this tlmo was not serious mud t wllily could liavo been checked had Slut tho nthcMos rurtaln failed to work As soon ns the fire was illsrovcrcd IM due Koy the chief romedlan of tho rom unny ahoiited to lower tho curtain nut thii was Immediately done It dc tended about half way and then Iud The flro thus was given practically n flue through which n strung draft wiu setting flied by the doors which had been thrown open lu the front of thetheater With n roar nail n bound Ihei names stint through the opening IIVCT thn heads uf the jicojilo on the luthrroand burned them to death whore they wit Immediately following this rush of flames there came nn explosion vlilch lifted tho entire roof of tho the atel from Its warts shattering the Krcat skylight Into fragments As won ns tho flames first appeared bo yond the curtain u man In the rear of the hail shouted Fire Fire nnd the ntlro audience rose ns one person and made for the doors It Is believed thud the explosion was canned by the llnmoi coming In contact with tin gas reser voirs of tho theater canning them to hunt Will J Davis mnnnger of tho theater said after tho catastrophe that if the people had remained In their seats and had not boon excited by tho cry of lire not n single life would 1mvo been lot Tabs Is however con tradlcted by tho statements of tho fire then Nvho found numbers of people sit ting In tholr seats tielr faces directed toward the stage as If the performance l was still going on It was the opinion uf the firemen that those pcoplo hail been tniffocatod at once by tho flow of gas which came from behind the asbestos curtain A9 near as cnn lie ascertained nt the present time about 1300 people were In the theater Three hundred of these were on tho first floor the balance being In tho upper balconies and In tho hallways back of them Tho theater Is modeled after the Opera Conilquo In Paris and from the rcax vt each balcony them are three doors leading out to passageways to wards jho front of tic theater Two ct these doorways are at the end of lull bajcpjiy Anti OUt being In tllo con ter Tho Rtullenco In IU rush for Uio oilier nip acorns to have fur the great er part chosen to flco to tho loft on trance and to attempt to maho Its way ilbwn tlio eastern stairway leading Into the lobby of Uie theater Outsldo nf thft pcblilo burned and suffocated by gas It was In these two iloorwayfl on the first and second balcony e that tho greatest loss of life occurred When the firemen entered the building the 11110Irom at least eight feet from the door hack to a point about flvo feet In the rear of the door This mass of dead bodies In the cen tel of tho doorway reached to within two feet of the top of the pRHKngcwny All of the corpses at this point were women and children The light for life which must have taken InC at these two points Is something that Is simply beyond human power to adequately do scribe Only a faint Idea of Its horror could bo derived from thin aspect of the bottles ax they lay Women on top of these masses of dead had been over taken by death as they were crawling on their hands ajid knee over tho bodies of those who had died before Others lay with arms stretched out In the direction toward which lay life and safety holding In their hands frag manta of garments not tSelr own They were evidently torn from tho clothing of others whom they land en deavored to pull down and trample under foot as they fought for their own llvofl As the police removed layer after layer of dead In thoso doorways the sight became too much even for police and firemen hardened as they are to such scenes to endure Tho bones were In such an Inextricable mUll and so tightly were thoy jammed between tho sides of the door and tho walls that It was Impossible to lift them ono by ono and carry thorn out The only possible thing to do was to seize n limb or some other portion of the body and pull with main strength Men worked at the task with tears running down their checks and the sobs of tho rescuers coub bo heard won In tho hall below whoro this aw fill scene was being enacted A ntini her of the men wero compelled to abandon their task and ghv It over to others whoso nerves hind tint as yet been shaken by the awful experience As one by ono till bodies were drag ged out of tho water soaked blackened mass of corpses the spectacle became more and more heartrending There were women whoso clothing was torn completely from tticlr bodies above the wnlst whoeo bosoms load been trampled Into n pulp and whoso bum were marred beyond all power of Idea tlflcotlon lloillcs lay In they first and second balconies In groat numbom lu omo placos they were piled up in the aisles three and four deep where our hail fallen and atlor tripped over the prostrate forms nail all had died where they lay evldcmtly Miffocalod by the gas Others wore bent over harks of seats where they hind licen thrown by the nish of people for t bo doors and lillleil without hardly a chance to rise from tholr seats On met was found wit s ids bask bent nearly slots hue ida spinal column having boon fractured as ho was thrown backward A woman wad found cut nearly In half by the back of the aunt she having been forced over it face downward In tho allies nearest to the doors the scones wcro harrowing In theov treme llodlrs lay In avert concelv nblo attitude half naked t4q look on their faces revealing some portion of tho agony which must have preceded their death Thoro were scores and scores of people whoso entire face had been trampled completely oft by the Meals of Ibuso who rushed over them and In one aisle the body nf n man was found with slot n vcstlfp of cloth- Ing flesh or bone remalning above his waistline Tho entire upper portion uf hula body had been cut into mince meat and carried away by the feet of tuoio who trampled him a search was carefully made with n hope of lifting his head but ut n late hour Wednesday night It had tint been discovered and nil that will ever toll hU friends who ho was Is time color and appraranco of tho clothing on the lower limbs mid this Is In such a condition ns to be unruly recognizable Tho theater has been constructed but a short tlmo and all Its equipment was not yet la place This was unfortun ately the case Wlth a llro escape In the rear of the building The small iron balconies to which the Iron ladder was to bo attached wcro up but tho ladder had not yet been constructed When tho panic was at II height n great number of women ran for these Ore escapes only t o fir ns they emerged from the doorway upon the little Iron platform that they wcro 30 to 35 feet from tho ground n fire be hind anti no method of cscnpe tn front In n row moments tbo Iron ledges were jammed with crowds of women who screamed fought nnd tore at each other llko maniacs This lasted but n brief Interval and the rush from tho Interior of the building became co violent that many of them were crowded off mud fell to tho granite paved alley below Others leaped from tho plat form fracturing legs and arms and two wero picked up nt this point with fractured skulls having been killed In stantly Ocorgo IL Klllolt secretary of tho Ogden Oas Co was In n build log directly opposite from tho theater across this alley and noticing smoke went down to ascertain Its cause When he reached tho street tho women were already dropping Into the alley and Elliott hurriedly lathed some planks together and throw hem across to tho affrighted women on tho plat forms with Instructions to place tho end firmly on tho Iron framework no faro this could bo done a fearful loss of life cusucil tho women were being pushed every Instant Into the alley and by tho time tho bridge was con structed but few remained to take ad vantage of It However about two doxtn It Is believed by Mr Elliott made their way across this narrow In tho history of Chicago has IU pooplo boon no stlrrod no by the calamity or Wednesday H la next to the Chicago Ore the grontoct catastro pie that has over occurred here and the speed with which It came and went termed for a brief period to appall the business section of the city The news spread with great rapidity and In n short tlmo hundreds of m n women and children were rushing toward the theater The building In which tho calamity occurred stands midway be tween State and Dearborn streets on the north side of Handolph ntrcct Al though every available policeman with in call of the department was Immedi ntely hurried to time spot and the men placed In lines at the end of the block allowing nobody to enter Randolph street from either Dearborn or State it was found for a time almost impossible to hold back the frenzied crowd that pressed forward many of them heaving friends or relatives In the theater and anxious to knrn something of them The conduct of tho police was beyond nil pralio The officers held their ground Irmly and gently pushed had all those who sought to gain entrance to the theater In spite of the efforts of the police however a large number of people succeeded In breaking through their lines and entering the theater and In many cases did heroic work In rescu lug the Injured nnd carrying out the dead Among these was Alderman William II Thompson who unaided carded to tho street the bodies of eight women The first newspaper men upon tho ground also tarried out many of the dead and Injured The building was so full of smoko when the firemen first arrived that the full ox tent of the catastrophe was not Imme diately grasped Alt the HphU In the theater wore necessarily out nail the only Illumination carne through the cloud of smoke that hung between the Interior of the theater and tho street Word was at once sent to tho Orr U lx ckclt Hardware Co two doors tact of tho theater nnd that firm at once placed Its entire stock or lanterns at tim service of the department Over 200 light were quickly carried Into the building and time work of rescue com menced So rapidly wore tho bodies brought down that for over an hour there Were two streams of men passing In end out of tho doorway the ono car rying bodloi tho other composed of men returning to get more Although all the patrol wagons anti every ambulance owned by tho city Taro pressed Into norvlcs they wee utterly Inadequate to curry away tlta dead and In n short tlmo limos wa a lino of corpses r0 feel long piled twv nnd three high on the sidewalk In front of tho theater It wni found necessary In order to convey the sidles rapidly to tho morgue and tn the van ous undortflklng establishment to im pros trucks Into sorvlco net In those upon costly blankets furnlahoJ by the dry goods storoi In the vicinity anti rovorcQ with tho same material the dead were hauled away practically like much cord wood The merchants ui the vicinity of the theater roso to tho emergency In splendid fashion Mar shall Field Co Mnndel Urcs Schlep Inger Mayor CuAon rune Scott Co and other largo dry goods store sent wagon load after wagon load of blanket rails of linen mid packagts of cotton to bo used In binding up limo wcunds of the Injured and to cover th deadThe drug stores furnished their stock to anybody that asked for it In the name of people hurt In the lire Doctors nnd trained nureoi were on time ground by the wore within half an hour after the extent of the calamity was knoun and every wounded pertoi who was carried from the building received prompt mcdleul aid A number cf doctors waited nt the entrance to the theater with stethoscopes In hand nnd ns soon as a body which looked as though It might possess life was car sled out It was nt onto examined and If dead placed on the plo lying on till cldcwalk The Others wero nt once placed in rmbulanees and whlrlc1 away to hospitals or to time offices 01 physicians lu tho Immediate neighbor hood One largo trucl ordinarily used for conveying freight to depots was so heavily loaded with dead In front of the theater that tho two large horses attached to It were unable to start and tho police wero compelled to assist by tugging al the wheels When tho need for trucks to remove the tired was mole pressing n huge electric delivery wagon owned by Montgomery Ward Co was hailed by tho police While scores of men wero busy carrying out the dead and Injured others fortunately for In number searched tho aisles nnd scats for valuables Two men were found who had pro vided themselves with baskets nnd were filling them with tho property of tho dead They were Immediately placed under arrest and the theater ushers and stage hands were en the work of collecting all the valuables on tho floor of tho theater During limn evening the police arrested over n dozen men accused ot being thieves and pickpockets The Iroquois theater disaster was vastly more destructive to human life than any other playhouse fire In the history of this country The firo next to It in point of lives lost occurred Do cember 5 1S76 in Conways Brooklyn theater Brooklyn N Y where 295 of tho audience perished in the flames Tho slay after Christmas In 1811 while the play The Pleading Nun was being performed hi a theater at Richmond Va a fire started that burned 75 persons to death among them bolnc tho governor of the state George W Smith Time old world sup plies no Instances ot fires in theaters that may bo classed with the three mentioned IN LONDON f Morning Papers Print Editorials on the Chicago Disaster London Dec 31Alt the morning papers printed editorials on the catas trophe In the Iroqucls saying that it fills the whole world with n feeling of pity and sympathy fcr the victims and proves that oven the most modern regulations and appliances adopted nl a precaution against such accidents are futile when panic seizes an audl cnco The Dally Telegraph urgs tho neces sity for the universal adoption of the plan which Is already largely employed on the continent of rendering nil scen ery gauzes and properties nonInflam- mable FAR EASTERN QUESTION A War Between Japan and Russia Very Probable Washington Dec ItWith war staring his country In the face Mr Kogoro Takahra tho Japanese minis ter was as calm as any official In Washington Wednesday night BB ho sat at his desk at a late hour preparing dispatches for transmission to ToUlo and talked with n press repre sentative of the far eastern crisis Having called at the state depart ment ami Informed the ofllclals of tho gravity with which the Toklo govern ment views the situation Mr Taka hlra said Wednesday night he with the other officials of the Japanese foreign service were awaiting the answer of IttiRSla to Japans last note before making a second communication to the powers You ask me If Mink war Is In evitable I can only say that Japan Is waiting the arrival of tio Russian reply to her last note Japan will wait as long as circumstances seem to justi fy but no longer Wo have been prompt In all our propositions and our counterpropositions and In fact all tho steps of our negotiations with lies Bla WANTS THE THING OVER Wife Murderer Will Plead Gullty to His Crime Salt Lake Utah Dee tFranlRose time St Louts barber who mur Bored his wlfo on Christmas day and loft his 2yearold child alone without fund fur two days In the bloodstained lied with Us dead mother was taken Into court Wednesday at his own re quest mill waived his right to prelim inary examination Know what Is coming said Rose can sec no use In lying around In lull I want to got the thing over with soon an possible ROJO said he would plead guilty to murder when ar raigned In tho district court TO SUCCEED WATERS John F Sawyer of Minnesota Re ceives the Appointment Washington Dec Urohl1 P Sawyer of Minnesota a vetoran clerk In the salary and allowance division ol the post office department has been appointed assistant superintendent ol that ofllcc with headquarters In the writ succcadlng C M Waters an notated miporlntendcnt of the division to succeed Georgo W Beavers Postmaster General Payne Is considering limo question of reorganizing tho di vision of supplies of the port office de partment wits a view to Improving admlnUtratlvo methods generally CINCINNATI MAY FESTIVAL An Invitation Extended to President Roosevelt to Attend Washington Del 31Senator For alter Wednesday extended to the lineal dent nn invitation to attend tho Cln clnnatl musical festival which is to be held next May The president said It would afford him great pleasure to bo present during tho festival but ad yet It was too early for him to cay positively whether ho would bo able to attend Ho promised however to notify tho senator later of his decision THE STEEL WORKERS Will Accept the Reduction In Wager Without Dissent Plttsburg Pa lice 31The em ployes of United States Steel Cor poration lu Braddock Rankin anti Duquesne It is believed will accept the reduction in wages notice of which has been given without dlsrent Thi tonnage men at nil the blast furnaces will stand a reelection of 20 per cent The reduction of all mon not Including the tonnngo men practically amcunti to a straight 10 per cent from tho tOll to tno bottom Tho scales are all ox petted to be signed before January 2 Gunboats Sail for Panama San Kranclcco Dee llThe gun boat Dcnnlngton and the torpedo boat destroyers Prcblo and Paul Jones sailed for Panama Wednesday In ave rd once with Instructions received Intuit tho navy department Want the Dsmccratic Convention Now York Dec 3lA mass meeting of citizens was held hero Wednesday to form an organization tho purpose of which Is to try to secure the demo trade convention for Now York la 1904 Memorial Services Held servicesof Greater Now York who was men dered last month were held Wednes day In tho aldorraanic chamber of the city hall Mayor Low presided and spoke briefly KENTUCKY FLASHES KENTUCKY ELOPERS They Slipped Off Quietly to Cincinnati and Were Married Cincinnati Dec 31Donlel Botts a wholesale liquor dealer of Versailles Ky and Miss Daisy Boone an attrac tive young woman of Paris Ky cougnt to fool their parents and friends Wednesday by eloping to Cincinnati to get marrleJ Uotts registered at tho Grand hotol and was given a room but the young woman tll not register Late in the afternoon they summoned Rev A M Harvuot to the hotel and In ttho presence of a Tew friends the wed ding was solemnized The minister was sworn to secrecy and he declined to give the name cf the bride but ono of her friends gave the secret away He said their only reason for keeping tho wedding a secret was to eurprlsa their family and friends when they return home in a few days Tho bride Is a slated of Prof Boone the hypnotist and he was a witness to tho wedding FELL FROM ELEVATED TRAIN Fred Meyer Former Covlnrjton Man Dies In Chicago Covlngton Ky Dec 31 President Robert Welling of the Rledlln club received a telegram Wednesday an nouncing the death of Fred Meyer Wednesday in Chicago Ho was severe ly Injured on November 13 by falling from an elevated railroad rill He fell a distance of 30 feet breaking both legs and Injuring his head whlcli caused his death He was formerly la business at JIG Main street Covington and was a leading member of the flied lie club Appraisers Report Henderson Ky Dec 31Tbe ap praisers recently appointed to take an Inventory of J D E T Robards and Robard Tobacco Co bankrupts Wed nesday filed their report with the trustees as follows Robards Tobacco Co JS2143 E T Robards 7730 J D 1tobards 30950 J D Robards Son 3000 property at Owensboro 10000 property at Mt Eagle Tenn 15000 Total 150323 Drowned While Skating Princeton Ky Dec 31 Sydney Swift aged 14 while out skating on a pond near the Illinois Central depot was drowned He was about the tea ter of the pond when tho Ice gave way letting him under It Before hep could be summoned he was drowned Col Henry Appointed Hopklnsvllle Ky Dec 31Col Jouett Henry received ofllclal notifica tion of Lila appointment by Gov Beck ham as delegate from Kentucky to the Interstate National Guard association which will bo In annual session In February at St Augustine Mlllmene Wages Reduced Covlngton Ky Dec ItNotice was posted in the Republic Iron Steel Cos mills in Covlngton that tbo labor ers would have to stand a cut in wages Men earning 125 a day will be cut 10 per cent men at 150 and 175 will bo cut 20 per cent Insane Patient Dies Suddenly Hopklnsvlllo Ky Dec 31 William U Adams a patient In the Western Lunatic asylum from Warren county died suddenly at that institution of heart trouble aged about 45 years Tho remains were shipped to Dowling Green for burial Internal Revenue Receipts Coviagtcn Ky Doc 21The In tenon revenue office at Covlngton Wednesday reported the following sales Beer stamps 1000 spirit stamps 190345 cigar stamps 20 tobacco stamps 51384 total 9 507S9 The Drys Win New Cattle Ky Dec 31After a warm conteifon the local option qucs tlon in tho Frankllntcn precinct the election resulted In favor of the drya by more than two to one Liquor was sold at only one place In the precinct Merchant Drank Add SpottsvlUo Ky Dec 3LEd Porter who conducted a general merchandise store below here en time opposite side of Green river committed suicide by swallowing carbolic acid lie was found In bed suffering Intense agony Bookkeeper Commits Suicide Russollvlllc Ky Dec 31 Tim Foster bookkeeper for tho Memphis Coal Co at Island committed suicide Ho shot himself with a pistol He had been on a spree He leaves a wife anil eight children in this city Mrs Judge Dean Is Dead Clinton Ky Dec 1Mrs J C Dean wlfo of County Judge Dean died hero Her remains evil be taken to her old homo In Goorgla for Inter ment Her death Is a great shock to her devoted husband Kentuckian Takes Bride Bloomlngtcn III Dec lTho mar rinse of Edward douse of Barbours ville Ky and Miss Olivo Worden of earns was celebrated Wednesday night at the brides home To Remove the Capital Lexington Ky Dec 31The cham her of commerce Wednesday night took stops to secure removal of tho capitol of Kentucky from Frankfort to Lexing ton Ky Died at Ripe Old Age Campion Ky Dec 31Mrs Ann Cox 99 years of ago and the oldest person In the county Is dead ONR HUNDRED DOLLARS A nox Is the value H A Tisdale Sum merton S C places on DeWitfa Witch Hazel Salve He saysIII had the piles for twenty lyears I tried many doctors and medicines but all failed except De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It cured me It is a combi nation of the healing properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and em oillienta relieves and permanently cures blind blooding itching and protruding piles sores cuts bruise eczema salt rheum end all akin die seases Sold by East End Drug Co FarmersT National Bank Richmond Ky 000Surplul Wa solicit jour patronage JAMES BENNETT Pres- S S PARKES Cashier Ballard Horehound Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse croupy cough oppressed rattling rasping and difficult breathing Henry 0 Stearns Druggist Shullsburg Wis consin writes May 20 1901I have been selling Ballarda Horehound Syrup for two years and have never had a preparation that has given better satisfaction I notice that when I sell a bottle they come back for more I can honestly recommend it 25c GOc and 1100 at East End Drug StoreRe r promptly obtain UE and rorclcii Bond modelstotcCor photo ol HowtoSicuiVr re on ratenubJlttr IUTtDUOIIWJ Patent s od Good for Children The pleasant to tako and harmless One Minute Cough Curo gives immediate relief iu all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not Immediately pass into the stomach but takes effect right in the seat of the trouble It draws out the in flammation hoals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiv ing and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues Dr Armstrong of Delia Tex prescribe it daily and says these is no better cough remedy made Sold by East End Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Watch and clock repairing art tin specialties of Williams shop Agency a N laundry Take nil your troubles ta his Work guaranteed t EARLY RISERS TOE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles arts Inc from an Inactive or sluggish liver DeWllta Little Early Riser are un promptly and never tripe They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure to take them One to two act U a mild laxative two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver DUI BUUI tAR sun TN enema it It C DNltt CfCHICB i r s THE CITIZEN up L BRIEF AND TO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Novel Question Arisen Over SliooMnji it Sinn AITOM State Mni Dmtli ur Kentucky lodgeSlut tlnrliliirs to lie IliniUliwl Itlvir limit liiirnril Lexington Ky Jan 4Tlw grand Jury which was Impaneled b Circuit Judge Parker and strongly In Htructwl to Investigate the operation of slot machines In Lexington adjourned returning no Indictments against the operators Immunity was Ranted the slot machine operators It li mid upon the presentation of a petition signed by tho members of the Lexington Manor Dealers association agreeing to banish the machines CorI over from the cityit the grand would not indict them for past of tenses Swells Kentucky Treasury Frankfort Ky Dec 30 The Frankfort Chair company paid the balance of 14200 due the state and will pay the Interest due on deferred payments as soon as the amount can be ascertained The Illinois Central railroad paid to the auditor 52000 In taxes on Its tangible property and the Louisville and Nashville turned In 40900 franchise tax for this year The Hartford Fire Insurance com pany paid back taxes due on pre mlums since 1899 and the Contlnen tal Tobacco company paid 0144 tins on business done in Kentucky the pact year Kentucky May Contribute Toledo 0 Jan 1 A commltteo composed of former Mayor A R Campbell of Bowling Green State Senator 14L H Austin William Cor thIJrwill go to Frankfort Ky In January to appear before the Kentucky legls lature Kentucky will bo asked to make an appropriation for a mono ment at Fort Melgs where many Kentucky volunteers were killed in a battle with the British during the war of 1812 The association owns the battlegrounds Shot From Ambush Lexington Ky Dec 30ln Breat liltt county bloodhounds have been put on the trail of another murderer who shct and killed his man from am lusr AJ James Johnson was walk lug In tho direction of his home on G argo creek a rifle shot rang out from the underbrush on the mountainside and ho fell mortally wounded He leaves a widow and four children There is no clew to the assassin and it Is not known that he was connect ed with any feud Shot Man In Another State Somerset Ky Jan 2ln a family quarrel in the southern end of Wayne county J J Smith and his son fired upon Diane Blevins and his two sons killing Blevins and fatally wounding both sons Smith Is Blevins sonln law At the time of the shooting Blovlns was standing on the Tennes seo side of the border and Smith on the Kentucky side It is argued that Smith can not be tried In Kentucky for killing a man who was not in I entucltyIFatal FirejMount Sterling nearly destroyed the stores of T EC Barnes Sons I F Tabb Lock bridge Fcasler and the opera house and badly damaged the Beau mont hotel and Methodist church The losses aggregate 30000 J W Barnes former chief of the fire department and Frank Daniels colored were caught by falling timbers andIkilled Cooper Becraft was seriously injured Death Intervened Louisville Ky Jan 2 John P Newman of Dayton Ky common wealth attorney for Campbell county and who was to have gone on the bench at Newport Ky as circuit judge next Monday Is dead Ills afiliction began durIng the campaign preceding his election last November He hall served in both branches of the Kentucky legislature Closed Down Indefinitely Parkersburg W Va Dec 31TheIsheet tin and bar mills of ersburg Iron and Steel company closed down indefinitely according to a notice posted by the company Flvo hundred men will be thrown out of work The failure of the men to rfgreo to a proposed reduction in wages caused the shutdown Former Governor Improves Henderson Ky Jan 4The condi tion of former Governor John Young Brown is reported as being much 1mC proved and It Is said that the aro that he will live several months His daughter Mrs John M Rodman was so well satisfied with his Im provement that she returned to herIhome In Louisville Inspect TheatersIc Louisville Ky Jan 5ActingMayor Paul Barth and a number of othor city officials will visit all theI theaters in Louisville to see It they aro complying with tho ordinances requiring all necessary precautions against fire To Prevent Accidents Louisville Ky Jan Building Inspector Tilford will seek to have the city council pass an ordinance re quiring fireproof curtains wider aisles and automatic skylights for Louisville theaters River Steamer Burns steamwedgo Hopkinsvllle The cargo valuedat 1000 was lost a F 11 11 H+HHHHHI +IHI+H +HHH+ 1 11I Berea and vlC1nl tilGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES j iIMIIrIjjjt11I rIrrIj1 nintley n p to on y C Fay HIIUEOU returned to London last night after several days visit hereHarvey Ramsey who has bee working at Mad River Mo returned Tuesday Misses GertrudnMorau Pearl White and Della F Baxter loft hero Mon day after a two weeks visit with friends hud relatives- Representative Noland of Harlan county stopped oft here Sunday on his way to Frankfort for the opening session of the State legislature which convened Tuesday Catch Cope has sold his farm o 17 acres on Brushy Fork half mile east of town to Charley Ambrose The deal was finally closed yesterday Mr Cope and family have moved to Center Street Berea Justin U Green evangelist of Ohio is assisting Pastor II J Derthick of the Second church in a ten days re vival meeting Services are heldeach day at a and 7 oclock p m All are cordially invited to attend T A Robinson tho jeweler and optician of Richmond has moved his block to the building occupied by Crutchen C Evans furniture store where he has a window and ample space to display his stock Rev J O Buswell of Waukesha Wis who asststej in revival services here two years ago will be here again this year and assist Rev A Thomson- in a series of meetings beginning Sunday Jan 21 and continuing two weeksiMr Bert Cornelius and sister Grace left Tuesday for Louisville whero Miss Cornelius will study music and Bert will enter upon his second year in the study of medicine Dr Cornel ills accouibanied them but willreturn to Berea today State Senator C F Burnam who is a veteran in service left yesterday for Frankfort to outer upon his sec ond or third or steenth term of office He is one of the grand old men of the Republican party one of the grand old men of the stateRichmond Jantagmpli Mrs Lou Hanson returned yesterday from her extended trip to the East and North accompanied by her mother Mrs J McCollum of Chicago and Gertrude the 12 year old daugh of her brother Frank McCollum New York Miss Gertrude will spend a year here Does it pay to adyertiso in our want column Well yes W J Tatum advertised two houses for rent Both houses were rented two days after the paper came outl TYEIGlITIanswers instance Use our want column The sale of the farm of Mr Socrates Maupin consisting of 125 acres near Kingston under an order of the State Bank and Trust Company took place last Thursday and was purchased by Mr Alex Gibbs for 175 per acre The contending bidders were Messrs Jeff Cox and Thos BlackRichmond Rfijitter W H Porter has received official notification of his election to the office of bank examiner for theI Central Securities Co of which he is a member and will examine several banks during the coming month The purpose of the Central Securities Co is to establish new banks throughout the state wherever neededCharles Jacobs the popular tailor Richmond has taken charge of the Garnet Hotel now known as the St Charles All the rooms have been newly furnished and ho is preparing to give all patrons first class service in every particular He has removed his tailor shop to the same building Mr Jacobs ad is found n another column Mrs L V Dodge returned home Saturday night from her trip to Ohio Among other places she visited at the home of Rev P D Dodge a former treasurer and teacher- in Berea College but now closing his seventh year as pastor of the First Congregationalchurch at Tallmadge 0 She also visited at the home of Bert McCollum a Berea graduate class of 80 now superintendent ojschools at Geneva Ohio The first accident in the mines of Ijjt11Ij1r1IIIIIj1 the Big Hill Coal Cont Brush Creek occurred last Wednesday Johnson Abney 27 years oldw killed and three others injure- slightly The accident was due to fouumen were working Abney was a native of Rockcastle and leaves a wire and two children Dr Hendreu the companys physician attended to the injured Richmond Pall Qgraph The editor of THE CITIZEN acknowl edges the receipt of a handsome office and household convenience from C F Higgins of the Kentucky Carriage Works of Richmond Ky The gif consists of a clocka calendar good enft is a tribute to tho superiority of tho columns of TUG CITIZEN for advertis ing purposes By calling on Mr Higgins any of our readers may learn how to get one of these handsome ornamentsThe business meeting o f SatunlayIally large attendance Reports the various departments of the chore were read the treasurers report showing a cash balance on hand T J Osborne was reelected treasurer and Prof L V Dodge continues as clerk Prof M E Marsh and S L Clark were added to the force o deacons Mrs Lucy Ramsey wasI elected deaconess The new officers for the Sundayschool C A King Supt Geo G Dick Ass t Supt Hezekiah Washburn Secy and Treasurer The Womens Chris than Association of the church served a bountiful dinner After A lingering illness of mot than two months Mm Grace Clan fell quietly asleep at the home of her cousins Tutor Dizney and wife Sunday evening Jan lnlat 7 oclock Throughout her trying illness reI suiting from a complication of asthma with heart trouble Miss Clar had shown a most gentle Christie fortitude and her constant desire toward the end was that she might soon be called home Fuueralser vices were hold Monday afternoo- from the Parish House followed byI burial in Berea cemetery Rev P A White of Campbellors villo was the guest over Sunday o t A Crawford and family THANK GOD FOR GOOD HEALTH The general good health of Berea i due partly to its favorable location and partly to the care of tho College and others in avoiding the which cause disease Our escape fro smallpox is something to bo grateful for when the disease is at work in so appearIr o the Golden family is down but not at seriously ill All special precauI tions are being taken and wo hope to be able next week to report that all have fully recovered IIAII IIKAlt Is one that is all stopped up with cold You cannot breathe freely your throat is sore your chest is tight Paracamphwill relieve suchcondi tions instantly It never fails and has saved thousands from pneumonia Get a bottle to day Young Corbett Wins San Francisco Dec OThe mercy of Referee Graney probably saved Eddie Hanlon from being killed by Young Corbett when be stopped their contest in the middle of the sixteenth round For two rounds previous Ref cree Granoy had begged Hanlons seconds to take their man out of the- nring but they kept tho game young ster at It and finally Graney fearing that a fatality might result ordcroJ tho fight stopped New York Wants Convention New York Dec llA mass meet ing of citizens was hold hero to form an organization tho purpose of which Is to try to secure the Democratic na tional convention for Now York In 1904 Remarks favoring New York as tho place for the convention were made and the assistance of tho Mer chants association In a nonpartisan way was pledged DO NOT NEGLECT A slight cold in the head or chest It may lead into Pneumonia or Consump tion Paracamph will relieve such troubles instantly You simply apply freely and rub in well It is mothers remedy +1HMJHHHKMHIMK t f 1 College Items HERE AND THERE HlHI +HHHlHHIIHHW Stanley Tayor of Jamestown Ohio has entered school and has teen added to the printing attics force Spencedam hcusokcepinror the winter term Joseph Lnine for a number o t years n student here has entered Mo bury Medical College at Knoxville Teun in order to fit himself for the medical profession Mr Bender had the experience of a suspect He was ill anti placed hospitalta case of smallpox and is out again Miss Emma Spence of thuds who is well known hero was unitnlht marri age on Doc 21 to Mr W B Baker of Peoples The young couple have not yet made known their plans for the A uluroITabernacle Monday night in the opening number of the Lyceum Course Mr Flowers gave thoBattle 1ietarho his book Los Miserable Even to students of history who had read the description many times it canto with added force and beauty Dud deeper Mrtthis masterpiece of description it meant infinitely moro at rendered by Mr Flowers than it could have meant from a casual reading alone Mr Flowers supplemented the monologue by several short readings of a lighter character which were enjoyed Lykafter supper at the Ladies Hall dining room was devoted to enthusiastic speeches in behalf of the various forms of athletics engaged in by the ofko University who have so kindly spent ten days here giving instruction iu physical culture and athletic sports diningnroom were main dining hall bringing tho number of those present up to over Bro Ater- scripture reading anti prayer by Tutur Rutnold resident Profit made fitting introductory remarks and ask ed A E Percy to speak in behalf of spokeslisten College holds the Slate championship Football was repro pointmof Provident Frost made brier talks which were enthusiastically received Thos Leahy then spoke in behalf of Field Day followed by Miss Lottie Osborno on basket ball John Bur detto urged the importance of base ball The speech making closed by brief remarks from Pro Marsh The enthusiasm shown at this meet ing and during the entire visit of Profand Mrs Chezindicates a great ofaSTILL THE STUDENTS COME Treasurer Ottborue informs us that twentythree students registered yesterday and that the total number tar exceeds that of any previous year Every county in eastern Kentucky is represented and so far as known the number from every county is noticebly increasedThe of homesick students is very small this poor The good board cordial welcome interesting lessons and able teachers mojio tho ew life attractive oven to those who are tar from home for the first time I would not take fifty dollars for what I have seen and learned already said ono boy who had been hero a week ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnisnings in every room All service first class Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop au Keourt The Citizen 1 a year 6 mos BOc u o r +OJOIO +OIOJOIOJOJOJOJOIOJOJOJOIOlOJOSO +OIQIOl- OJOJOJjEVERYBODYI b o j0 0 WEARS I f t St o SHOEo I 0 oso why not wear good snug whon wo sell you H rJ0 0 GOOD UPTODATE SHOES YIo ijust ns cheap na othor pooplo sell you inferior onus We r t are leaders for stylo wear and comfort and you cant miss + it if you buy Irom us M oAnything nut everything you want iu Wrens furniflhingt and can please you in style and 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grass nre allowed to make need- line always used a stoke abaci lilll and lied up tho vines fora part of tlio year at lea I When llrst trimmed I like to tie them up fairly close until thoroughly rultlvatid thou locwn the BtrltiB and let them spread but not fall This regard an the Ideal treatment but It nmke lvotylnKsofeaelililllnecMary Still If such yield could be Lad as we used to get from a patch of Klrtland red raspherrlt8 grown In lillln rtwo ji prapta which were on ulaka eight feet both wuy utmost any amount of rare would bo Juttllled I have pickled three ilnts of berrlts ruin a sluile lull at a kliiKli jtlcklnK wh n the lath war being picked twice each week and a quart per hill per picking wai ties un common from thr hftllllllla nfthiiMieh These berries were gruwn with from three to ctx canes let III scb hill and lootely tied about two and diichalf or three fet from the ground The tow when fruit laden and fully spread occu pied a spaee of possibly llirto and ono balf fut In dlmnt r Of mune bur Mrs sluts grown can b allowed to at laiD a much greater li lBbt thaw when no niKKt If Rlnu Tho Klrllaail was a filrly vigorous grower berries of only m dlum Jae and stift hot In yield and llatur I hale never uvrn them icllitl Vlin tho Inlrodurtlon of better shipping ferrfe we lost the iloek and have sot won them iidvf rtlscd fur years ytrwsld IH gird to Irarn If onyouo IIU Las tute tn rely In ciiltlratlon nm now Krowluxonb mall TMICUM but they are nil puketl and rronscultl rated the labor beta wo arratwr than when grown IB a rove KIM tlntl 10 a wire and the greater brlitnt eC race ahlnR a larger trop lhun I Jfllevc could pst If tart off abon MI as to be telfruih IItrUII luunlry OatltlD8l1 HANDY GARDEN GATE An Idea IreM fNnik It miln SIhlrh tIN fbr ldwrttlal ill ill N h Ihnirlyd II A handy xsrtlfn pate Is made as per dturrlptlon UalUiiK Is two bv roar IIy ten test long r lliiK la stare by three fourths by four fret Stew lu rolllnc IhrwfourlhH Inrh vu nil to leave ihnK leol with railing lilt nail on Har MJino old bintiy the IX Inihin loot with thru Imlcn in Null or bolt on talHogon li3ATU M U KAIIM QAIIUKN top of yelling Alro two pieces with liookn cu indr lo nail on rullltiRon In tide of Rate six fret elpht Inchis tram the mid Put strap hlniicn on Ibreo f root otherczdand i nw lu two Have aI piece of Iron pipe 20 Inches lung four turbos In diameter ret In ground ro at lo Irate about two Inclius out of ground fix feet eight Inches from post stake pmt to It In jiliK neat but not tlch and drive two staples In temporary post and two In end host and hanK pate on Vhrn necersary to drive or laul through nlmply lift gate off and st onr side ud lift port out or Iron plhte and you Mare lots of room to Lrlle tbrouGhW S Cohenour In Kplto Will USEFUL DAIRY HINTS The wcr to produce e large per cent of butter fat la inhcrltrd by a row Duller quality is a certain Indication of Its actual worth for manufaetiiriug purposes It Is a dead loss to let milk war be fore slilminlniT iinlcsa the cream can be churned at once Milk while needing to be suddenly cooled for ccttlni all tho cream nliould not be disturbed while tbo cool lag Is Going on When only a few cows are kept deep sotting Is the bent method of managing milk and a creamery lo mho host method of practicing It With n good creamery the work of handling the milk Is greatly lessened and butter of a more uniform quality can be made Cincinnati Commercial scale Ilnim an Kitllnur IlnuU j Scale and mealy bugs arc the worst enemies ot foliage plants Doth may be routed by persistence In the use of suds made of firtree 01l1l0lp Dip a long handled brush of soft brletler Into the lode nnd brush them off with It Time mealy bugs look like bits or white wool or cotton among the axlls of the caves just where they lire hardest to get at The Ecale Is to Inconspicuous just like a tiny bit of brown bark ad bering co Itaf or stalk but scrape II OR and Jii will find beneath the hell a llveireaturc that It tucking the lire Irrii the plant Furui Journal INDORSED BY ORANGE IAtrnn of lltmlmiiilrr 1aai nrnlu- fun lu Iuvor nf Nntluiinl Alit for thud Ilituili The farmers are a eln s conservative In their views und slow to move They do their thinking tint and their talking nfturwnrdH For tome rcaion the farmers of this country have been read lug and thinking about road Improve ment and the beet way to secure that much desired result They have considered local taxation nnd labor as the means of building good roads and have found this longtried plan to bo a tall ure except In llmltfd localities They have Kindled the state aId plan nod ob served the great advance mail under it Finally they hoe bten studying the question of national aid and they ap pear to halo concluded that It Is the way they long have sought and mourned because thty found It not Al any rate that fine conservative old farmers organisation tfce 1atrons of Husbandry commonly spoken of as the Orange In Its national meeting at lliiffalo a few days ago came out with the following strong and unequivocal declaration Whereas The tnltcd States govern ment has expended vast amounts of motley lit the Improvement of trans portation facilities by river and bar her appropriations anti has donated vakt tracts of bluable land In aid of the ooiiiirurtion of railroad Therefore He It resolved That the Natlunal irnngo favors the Inaugura tion of a national policy fur the Im provement of highway and the appro priation by ronKrtM of a liberal amount to IitablUh n comprehensive system of road Improvement through the coopi ra tion of the federal sad state govern menu tmsnottlng thai the general bit turn of what Is Urmed the llrownlow bill embody with lama modifications the trenlal features of such n imllcy- Ilt olvnl ThAt we cull upon all state Pomona and uibordluaic granges to take prompt and vigorous arllon upon this Important matter and we hereby authorise the legislative commltteo at the National Iranxo to Inaugurate nnd ciinduct an tcinMlvp campaign In so eating federal aid for Improvement of hlchwAjrii Alro that our legislative committee It ttuthorlsM to gather nil this Information possible regarding the rood laws and ayttdna 0f road building In the several states and that such In formation tsq pYbllb d In such form as the committee deems but Thet rreolutlon will set In motion a vast fore that inure slowly but Irre sletlbl lor It mint bo remembered that the National Orangeoually Kits what It ROIl after whether It Is a state freight rate law till creation cf a national de partment of agriculture or the pimnce of nn oleomargarine bill Thin tn by far the mat lniMrtnnl Inducement the llniwnkiw bill has yet rtcttvwl MORE BIRD EXPERIENCE inrr Hit aoaler Tlinl Y4iti Slap lint of Sour fait null lta w Mulr tile lb UrL It was u klniiheaned farmer In the Michigan bruit belt who turned tint nut tie ot the lucrrt rpraylivg lime away runs n plum tree In which A robin with an appealing ere had Jlenttl XliI hue bandman used the hoe on all MB other plum trees but when he came to pick his crop In the robin tret yielded fourfold that of the othirr The kindly finwr saw a treat light and now says It would be well If every plum tree bore n robins nest The cold scientist will tell the farmer that the robins did not cat largely of the- pets which prtjid ou his plums for the robin glean tuortly Ironr the ground but the folenlltt aill add that the cpnrlng of the tnt tram the polcon spray made It the ulnliiKtuble of hun ureds of birds which like insects but do not wish then rtrvitl with polton ruuct One songster Is worth two sprayers as n destroyer of noxious Insects Learn of the Michigan man and be wise all ye tillers of tho sail It hits been put down ly tome one that doubtless tile tint bird that Adam faw was peeking at a lurry and that the tint bird I ve saw was Mutif nam ing scarlet tanager Hashing ncroes a iiinltt meadow Adam said The bird Is n thief live said rho bird Is a beauty and from that day to this the hand of tuna and thin head of woman have been against the bird The bird loves a bug dinner and a fruit dcrstrt lilt destroying of the destroyer makes the fruit possible ilvc him a little of your plenty and grudge not Spare the birds that you may eat of your fruit and have music with the meal Chicago Post HINT FOR GARDENERS IlaUr four Iliilliril Krnnira So That They Cn ti lie TnUrn Apart nud Inrkrit Atvii J I find It pays to store my hotbed frames In winter and to have them so they can bo taken apart and packed closely A couple of loops of Iron are FINDS OF TUB FllAJIE fastened at one end of each board and the corners secured by pln through tho loops as shown In the drawing The frames If housed after using wilt lost a long time specially If palmed with gas tar The sash should olEo be carefully painted and left outdoors no longer than neededI A FIske In Farm and Home THE SUNDAY SCHOO- Lleon In Ilin Internntliinnl Srrlrt fur lnnunr lo IIIOI Priiicliltiu- rofliilin the HnplUl TUB IKSSON TKXT Matt 2111 I In those days came John HaptlM preaching in the wilderness of Judea i And saying lltpenl 1e for the kingdom of Jlcnven Is ut hand Fur this li lie that was taken of by Ihw prophet dental naylntr The voice of One crying In the vlltleriiti Pressers yo the way of the lord snake Ills paths Mralglit And the snore John had hU rnlmtnt of camels hair and a leathern girdle about hits loins and Mi meat wag locusts and wild honey Then wnt out to him JeniRalum nnd nil Judea und all the itKlon round about Jordan 0 And were baptized of him In Jordan confessing ihelr slue 7 slut when lie sow many of the Ilinr lees and Huilducrti conic to his baptism he mild unto thetn generation of vipers who Imlli warned you to lire from the wrath lo conic 7 8 IlrlnK forth therefore lulli tntet for repentance And think not to say within your relvrf We have Alinilmm to our father for ray unto you that Ood In able of these stones to raise up children unto Abraham And now biro the ax In Inld unto the root of the tree therefore every tree which brliiRelh sot forth good Iriilt b hewn don and cast Into the fire II Indeed baptlzo ou with water unto repenUnr lie that rotnlh after me In mightier than wbo hom am not wurlh lo hear He shall baptize you with the Holy Utmost and with fire J2 Who fun In In Ills hand and lie will thoroughly purge Isle Moor and gather llli wheat unto the garner but lie will bun up the chaff with unquenchable are llllli TIVXT Ilipinl rii fur HIP Uln 1III Unit rn In ill liniiil Mult ItlJOfTtlNE OK afllllTfUK SIClTION- IreuthlnK of John the lUptlnt Malt 111 rrrurhliig of John the HuplUl Mark 118- rr ufhinx uf John the IlnptM lukf 1118- NITK0 ANU CO1IMKNT8 Ian Sundays lesson practically coy aced the years from II C the birth at Jueus to A 2G Time young manhood of Joins was spent nL Nazareth Every Jewish father was expected to teach his win a trade to as Joseph was a carpen ter we may be sure leans rpont these quiet home years at the carpenters bench with Ills father lien Mo continued to grow III favor with God and men This Is all we know of Ills life tilt tilt time of Ills baptism Mutt 3l411 takes up the history again nail we study this next as the prelude to the public ministry of Jesus In those days tin expnidlon of one writing of things that happened long ago Luke gives exact dates Luke 31n John began preaching In the summer of A D 2C The wilderness of Judea the thinly Inhabited parts of Judea along the lower Jordan Repent The keynote of Johns preach ink John sold Ilcpent Jesus sail He llfve John warn ml bad men of the wrath to come Jesus welcomed hose who wont willing In live 1t to time noble life of children of God For this U He The words of Matthew not of John the Baptist Spoken of through tialah Is 403 These verses In the original refer to time return of the Jews from their Itabylonlan captivity Slake ye rradv the way of the lord The thought was of n triumphal procratlou of captives re turning under time leadership of Jilm vah before whom Iho hiruld and piveer corps prepared time way Hnl mrnt of camels hair A garment a coarse rough cloth Compare the dr icrlptlon of KHJah In 2 Kings 18 Ixi custs and wild Honey Toed still rat en by the poor of the cast They were baptized confessing their sins Johns converts must have heeded his message to repent and the confession of their gmillt burden souls was natural The significance of this rite lay not In itselfthe manner of applying the water nor even In the man who officiated but III the state of heart of which It was n sign and a symbol Pharisees A sect devoting them selnlJ to the study Interpretation sad observance of the Inw of Muses They were the strictly orthodox party Sad- ducees A sect broider In their views of the law than the Pharisees They constituted something like a political party and practically controlled the high priesthood under the Itomnns They found no ground In the Old Testament for belief In Immortality and to denied It Fruit worthy of repentance Good ancestors will not save bad men John aught that men should trust to nothing bed personal righteousness John plainly says that Ms work Is pre parattfTy and subordinate to that of a Coming One who was almost at hand These verses show Johns Idea of what that One was to be The whole bap tism of the Messiah as John conceives It Is n baptism of Judgment Hruce How different from the reality was Johns idea In the Holy Spirit and In fire Johns baptism wnstxtcrnal a lymbol of an Internal reality The baptism of Jesus was not external at all He baptized no one In the ordinary tense It was a spiritual thing Whoso fan Or winnowing shovel The In strument with which the wheat was thrown Into the air that the wind might get at It and blow out the chaff John thought the work that was needed and therefore the work that the Coning One would do was to separate In a nummary way the good from the bad It Is doubtful whether ho thought of his successor an trying to make bad men good giv ing as it wore the very chaff a chance Sharp timid fiats The Gpspel of another life gives life to this one This life may be for our passage built Is not our port There Is nothing pleasant about the savor of a dead piety The only doubts to be ashamed of are those joit are proud of The men for public trust are the men who can be trusted In private Praise on the tombstone does not scratch out harsh words In life The materialist fills his eyes with mud and then says there Is nothing else Hams Horn Mliif OF MEANS John D Ilockefoller proposes to plant three carloads of young maplo trees on his estate at Tarrytown N Y Uadoro Newman of New Orleans recently gave 50000 to chalrty to snarl the fiftieth anniversary of his arrival In tho United States Adrian helm a member of one of New Yorks wealthy families Is building a church for poor Italian Catholics at New Rochelle J Plcrpont Morgans latest gift Is a amuse to his daughter It Is said to be one of time flnent rinldences New York and Is located at Parse avenue and Thir tyseventh street qtSanentire estate toMrji Hose Harry a widow who during lhelustlliree years of his life looked after him Cobbs widow son and live grandchildren are cutoff with out a cent A legal contest io In progress The executor Is asked to see that Cobbs body Is cremated and the ashes scat tered to time waters of the Pacific ocean John U Sprcckles Jr son of the Call fornia millionaire Is selling tickets In the office of the Oceanic Steamship company offices San Francisco His father president of time company and the joung man has determined master the business He U on duty every morning at nine oclock and works until live In the afternoon Ills salary which lit has to earn being shown no buyers Is about flOO per month Later he means to check trclght on time dock In order to familiar ize himself with that department FOREIGN FACTS AND FANCIES There U nn Ice plant lu Jerusalem Th Mexican government has dccldeC to Permit Chinese Iromlnratlon Charles T Ycrkcs Is the authority foi the statement that the London underground system Is now half completed i mi that It wlll be entirely finished In about five years The gambling receipts at Monte Carlo exceed those of last year by over IGuo 000 It Is the ciitom of the banks to give those who have lost their all free tickets that will take then home The completion of the world lonpcct tunnel Simplon Is to bo celebrated i 1905 at Milan the nearest Important Malian city by an international expert lion for which preparation ore now L Ing mad A fend of 000000 has t en raised and the king of Italy line promised bald the undertaking In mri pos sible way The International Oil company cf Japan which Is a branch of limo Standard Oil company has a large refinery ar Navetsu bcr Ides owning important wells In the weterJ pnnlncm Sixtyeight native companies have been forced to combine FO bet the re are now two Competing companle8 neither of which has onefourth the capital of the Interna tional company POINTED PARAGRAPHS tltnt anratjy matter to r e happiness through aooibor mans eyes Wocunall find reasons why othtrpeo pie fihouldnl make mlKtake Knowledge of a good marry men con slats uf things that nrent so Most writers who drop Into poetry nonage lo drop clear through All women wire born to love aq1 be loved and they tight It out on that Inc Contentment cones to those only oho want but little and are satisfied with 1018 Vhat a pity it Is that people who worry over trllles havent something worthwhile to trouble them A girl has it In her power to make ny number of men happy for lifeby declining to marry them- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Dec 30 CATT1K Common 2 J 3 75 hotelier steers 410 ft 4 50 CALVESExtra S 25 g1 8 50 HOGS Ch packers 4 85 4 90 Mixed packers 4 7f P 4 85 SHEEP Kxtra ii 3 50 MilSExtra W 00 FIOUH Spring pat 4 8 1 95- 1V111ATNo 2 red 5 92 No 3 winter 89 90 COUN No 2 mixed W 443 OATSNo 2 nixed 37 iIYFNo 2 Cl fl CI HAY Ch timothy f13 95 1OUK Clear family VJIJ4 6- 0LAItIStearn i 45 UUTTEU Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery W 20 AiILESFancy 3 00 l 3 50 1OTATOES 1or bbl 2 35 W 2 TOHACCO New 3 W 9 00 Old 560 5G3C- hicago FLOUn Winter pat 4 00 0 4 2- 0WHEATNo 2 red 83 W SO No3 spring iO W 7- 8COHNNo2 mixed S 42i OATS No 2 mixed 3GtW 3Gir HYK No 2 51 fl G11 1OUK Mess 12 50 4D12 C2 1WVUU Steam G7Y ij 72i New York FIOUU Win etrts 4 00 S 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red f 90 COUN =No 2 mixed W 52 OATSNo 2 mixed W 42 itYEllroatern P C- 3POHK Family 14 50 WIG 00 LAUD Steam W 7 25 Baltimo- reWnlATNo 2 red S S7 COUN No 2 mixed ft 494- OATSNo2 mixed i 40s CATTLE Steers 4 75 5 00 HOOS Western 5 15 Louisville WHEATNo2 red tJ COUN No 2 mixed W 4G5 OATSNo 2 mixed 39 POUK Mess 12 00 LAUD Steam 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red til 89 CORN NCI 2 mixed 4- 1OATSNo2 j mixed 3Ci Berea College PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 College Library In Kentucky NO Applied ScienceTwo years Course with and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Curpentry Printing Housework Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Aqadomy Course Four years fitting for College for life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical dagraellMuslcChornt free Reed Organ Vocal Piano We aro here to help all who will help themselves toward cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction iyFoundd for bonrd in advance Expenses for term 12 be brought within 2400 about bus to be paid in The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples alista Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all rat INrCRMOlO n iMrtti Itc WILL C GAMBLE Berea The InternationalIe TNr LARGEST LING Or 6ELFPRONOUNCING I1IDLCS THT MtriblVNID roc THIIH CLEAR PRINTSCIfOLARLY IfELP5SUPEI Iled Letter Testament DO YOU NEED A BIBLE T Theo teal for this Trench Morocco Divinity Circuit Round Coraer Red Under Cold Edges SILK SEWED Large Type IMlalo- llSELFPRONOUNCING TEACHERS BIBLESC- OTAII The Combination Concordance titMost Satisfactory In Existence lllcitrttloct Maps in colon tad the most COMPLETE HZLFS TO THE STUDT OF TEE BIBLZ With the Words Spoken Chrtf Printed In Red Blndlnr DlTlnlty Clrcalt rasps dl I x I I lee n Corn Meal Corn Etc Our will be hard to beat r OF is I Whites FOR ONE Weeks SCHOOL flrit day oi term College Acad A ApSclce Model Lat Norm normal School A Gram Incidental Fee ISO 160 4 M laD Hospital Fee U 25 li U 129 124 25 Total school Bxpcniei aro goo 100 400 For and other extra Ira Special Kxpemei below LIVING dad la dunce 17 month Room rent by term Board room fuel and lights S21 for fall and spring t51 75 a week 124 for winter term WCO week Board In hi vlllige allowed ID approved places varlei In price according to accommo datloni furnished Adding bean living expenses to icbool ex pease we find To be paid the Scat day depot It In Collegiate 1209 Academy and Latin Normal 11920 Applied Science Normal end A Oranimarf 1720 Model Sehooli 11520 In winter f 181 more for each No student can be received who falls to tasks this advance pay went Total Ordinary Expenses for Weeks areieen to be lu Collegiate 130 Academy and Latin Normal 129 Applied Science Normal and A Grammar 127 Model Schools 125 In winter three dollar more for each Studenla paying board and room rent In lull for a term at the beginning resin a discount ol fifty edits Students duly excused before the end of a term receive back an equitable portion ot the money they have EXPENSES Piano Yooal or Special Theory 24 lessons hour clan of three IT 0- 0OrlI Violin etc H lessons class of three 00 per term Class Harmony 3 UM or 1lano or hr a day 2 Uie ol organ a 2 00 Rent ol Unilo per term 60 Chemical to material and b 1 01 snit I terlalsIn per term on days 10 draduatlon lee 100 as O to pay- Postage Sine Elble- Furnished With Patent Thnmbladax for JO cte- A44lthllal 4- k Price only 85 cts J DDRESS THE CITIZEN BEREA KENTUCKY Madison County Roller Mills HHHIslHld4 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Ship Stuffs Crushed GOLD DUST Roller Floor PRIDE MADISON another Excellent Flour jIloIoIItil Potts DuersonI NECESSARY EXPENDITURES TERMuEXPENSE3due pape- rnllmatcd223 itenoKraphy EXPBMSBSBoart Includlngthetl Department Department Stenography Typewriting Typewriter lAbortoryaccording akreallolli bcr- atortpnterlDIIOExamination wtthdegnewlthdiploma The Citizen EXPERIEN 10 UARA I TRACK MARKS OCIION COPYRIGHTS des Anyone lentflac iketeh and description mar Ickly ucertaln oar opinion ae lnintlon pmbablf pstentD e Cnmmnnla UouitrlcUTonalXUnlUl UuilbookaaPaUoU encyforsecuringpatantaPatents K clai nolICA without charge lathe Scicndflc flinerican A handiomtlr tllaitrated WMtlr laciest ern enlatlaa ot an irUntinn Journal Terms U a te rj roar months It Sold bf Cod tlW ri wdnd Crati 011 oa LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- im Table In Effect May 14 HOI DtllrLeaveArrive Richmond 8 52 a m Arrive Paris B05 a m Arrive Cincinnati 730 am DallyLeave pmArriveArrive Cincinnati 6 00 p m Golor I flatly Leveli- ereatTrain1 11 p m Arrive Livmgutoa20S p oft DallyLeaveArrive Livingston1280 am Trains No1 and No 6 make cou nection at Livingston for Jellico and the South with No 24 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent from now until January numberslwith picture and special rA THE CITIZEN IDAHO AT WORLDS FAIR Western States Wonderful t Fruits and Products STATE BUILDING OUT OF ORDHf AR- e A TenRoom Bungalow For Idahoans Nugget Weighing Ten Tons Tells of Richness of Mineral DepositsRed Apples and Transparent Honey Somewhat different from the other stato buildings Is the structure that Idaho is erecting at tho Worlds Fair It is unique handsome comfortable and attractive- It is an original design by J Flood Walker a Boise architect and it will stand on tho hill overlooking tho Agriculture and Horticulture Palaces It has for neighbors the California and Illinois State buildings The building work on which was begun early In November Is 60 feet square and one story high It Is de signed along the lines of a bungalow with cleancut plain outlines The exterior walls will be of cream col ored staff and the roof of red Spanish tiling Tho arrangement of tae Interior Is that of a Spanish haclendta the ten rooms being arranged on the four sides of an open court or patio In the center of the court will be a beau tiful fountain surrounded by inviting flower gardens The entire building will be an ex hibit showing the richness of Idahos forests for all tho rooms will be finished In the natural wood and each room will possess a different finish Idahos building will be a State Club House where each visitor to the Worlds Fair may be of finding a hearty welcome and ant resting place The outside windows of Idahos bungalow will be six feet from the ground and persons from without cannot look In Inside they will be five feet above the floor and persons within may easily look out In Execu tlve Commissioner Hurtts office the windows will contain photographic transparencies of Idahos unrivalled scenery and elsewhere In the build r ing will be shown a large number of photographs Illustrating the states scenery and points of Interest Idaho In presenting her resources at the Worlds Fair will concentrate her exhibits In the Departments of Agriculture Horticulture and Mine and Metallurgy Executive Commis stoner Hurtt has scoured the State and promises to have a show that that will bo a revelation Several 1 car loads of apples are now in cold storage and these will be displayed when the Exposition opens on April 30 He says he has Winesap apples so large that the Winesap of the East appears as a pigmy and the flavor is unsurpassable iiien ho has Grimes Golden Jonathan and all the other standard varieties Other fruits will be shown as they ripen There will be comprehensive exhibits of the cereals and grasses and all other ag ricultural products The sweetest and fairest exhibit will be honey made by bees that pasture on Idaho alfalfa The honey will be shown in a case 9 by 12 feet In which the words Idaho Honey have been worked In a honey comb of a darker shade The main part of the honey exhibit is behind glass and al though the honey is nearly three Inches thick It Is so transparent that d one may recognize the features of an acquaintance through It In the Mines Department Idaho will exhibit the largest and richest nug get ever mined This was taken In August 1903 from the Coeur dAlene mines and weighs ten tons It con tame 30 per cent pure silver and 60 per cent lead If placed on the market the great nugget would bring for Its metal value alone many thousand dollarsIdaho produces large quantities of beautiful and valuable opals This will be the basis for a unique exhib- It The mines will be shown in minia ture and the method of dressing and polishing the gems will be practical ly demonstrated There will also be shown the Idaho method of extract Ing gold silver and lead from the ores WORLDS FAIR NOTES Every visitor at the Worlds Fair next year may discover the North Pole Work has begun on the con cession From New York to the North Polo and Return This will stand on the Sktnker road east of the French National pavilion There will be a reproduction In full size of the steamship St Louis Visitors may go all through the ship and see tho machinery From the decks one has a view of a stage and will appear to take the trip by the same of the Walls Ie COLOSSAL STRUCTURE Palace of Agriculture Is Worlds Fairs Largest Building IT COVERS AN aREA OF 23 AORE8 Ten Million Feet of Lumber Used In Its ConstructionOne Hundred and Twelve Tons of Nails Consumed One Hundred and Fortyfive Thou sand Panes of Glass and Ten Tons of Putty Used In the Glazing The usual description of the Palace of Agriculture at the Worldto lair which has just been completed tails to convey an adequate Idea of Its magnitude The fact that it Is 1CCO feet long and 540 feet wide covers 23 acres cost 529000 and Is the larg est exhibit building ever constructed to contain a single department has been void When one Is informed that over 10000000 feet of lumber were uscJ In the construction of tho bull Ing he may yet have an Indistinct conception of Its magnitude The amount grows on one when ho Is told that GOO cars were fully loaded with this lumber Thirty cars thus loaded makes a heavy train so It will be seen that twenty full trains were re- Quired to transport the lumber for this one building to tho Worlds Fair grounds Vast forests were denuded that this building might rise In tho Southern pineries one acre of forest will on an average yield 6000 feet of lumber r1 ilttle calculating will show that 1666 acres or nearly two and onehalf square miles were required to fur nish this lumber As the Palace of Agriculture repre sents only one of the many exhibit palaces of the Worlds Fair or about one twentieth of the total building construction It will be seen that 33 320 acres or over 50 square miles of forest were cut for the erection of the Worlds Fair buildings The nails that were used In join ing the timber for this one building when ono pauses to think speak startling facts Five cars were required to haul the nails In each car were 450 kegs In each keg were 100 pounds The five cars of nails weighed 225000 pounds or 112 and s half tons The 10penny nail was the average size used It requires a strip of steel wire four Inches long to make one nail One hundred and six 10 penny nails welch one pound and In the 225000 pounds used there were 23850000 nails The total length of the wire from which these nails were made was 94400000 inches Reduced IIIAGRICULTURAL BUILDING suggested concessionj these figures read 7950000 feet or 1506 miles Then If the wires were uncut and strung In the form of a cable it would reach from Kansas City to New York Eight cars of sand were consumed In the plastering of this building Figures on the painting reveal something of tho enormity of the structure On the inside alone eight cars of sanlto were sprayed on theI walls and timbers And the exterior consumed an equally large amount The roofing of the Palace of Agri culture gives one with a penchant for freakish figures a rare opportunity There are 1062400 square feet In the roof The roofing paper which was first put on weighs 50 pounds to a square A square is 10 feet square or 100 square feet Thus the paper weighs 500000 pounds The paper Is covered with pitch 60 pounds to Ute square Here ia another weight of 600000 pounds added Then comes the gravel One yard of gravel weighing 2700 pounds will cover 8 squares of roofing There were 1250 yards of gravel used on tho roof and this weighed 3375000 pounds The combined weight of the paper pitch and gravel is 4475000 pounds Should snow fall on the roof td a depth of one foot another weight of 5182000 pounds would be added and the pil lars would have to bear a total weight of 9657000 pounds The bolts and rods used In joining the heavy timbers weighed 529000 poundsOne hundred and fortyfive thou sand six hundred ad forty nine panes of translucent glass each 18x23 Inches wero placed in the sash in the Palace of Agriculture It required ten tons of putty to do this Were all of the glasses made into one piece It would cover a surface of 185439 square feet or over four acres In erecting the building there were 796 posts 60 to 67 feet tall and made by joining and bolting four 10x12 timbers There were 80 trusses 16 feet long each weighing twelve tons There were 536 smaller trusses that weighed seven tons each Caldwell ft Drake the contractors who built the Palace of Agriculture with a force of 750 men completed the frame work of the great structure In fortysix working days Mr Cald well says that if the occasion had demanded futer work he could have tone it In thirty days 1HHHtHH11t + It1ItH1H+ItI+ lll j Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer The name Is not for publication but as an evidence of Rood faith Write plainly tIHt111xI1IItSiJtHHIH The welcoming of now students at Berea has been n delightful thing during the past low days Some were detained by the high water and sdrne by late schools One girl walked twenty miles over a road too slick for a horse If this paper reaches any young man or young lady of ambition we hope such a one will be inspired to join this noble army of young people Dont throw away the winter of 1901 BREATHITT COUNTY JACKSON Everything is quiet here now and it is to be hoped that it will remain soMrs E N Combs of Hazard Ky is visiting her father and mother Mr and Mrs M C Daily Mr Baily was foreman of the grand jury that found the true bill against Jett and White for the assassination of J B MarcumE C Jones left here on the 2nd inst for Yellow Springs 0 on a business tripThe now officers elect of this county filled bondand took the oath of office Monday Sev eral boys of this county are attending school at Berea by the persuasion of E C Jones for which they should be very thankful to him We are ac quainted with some of tho boys and predict for them a bright future Jackson Mucy of Perry County has moved to this place and is running a boarding house on Main StWe were glad to read the letter from the Philippines Give us another one Mr StandaferOWSLEY COUNTY OABBARD Xmas passed off very quietly at this placeDudley Reynolds of Eversole was here Wednesday buying rurc b end Prce Moore have tho mumpsMarion and Edward Reynolds of Cow Creekvisited Henry and Elmer Oabbard last week Meredithand James Gabbard left for Berea last week James is going to be in school there for a while Meredith will go to St Louts to work if he can find employment Mathias Barrett is moving to this place from down on the South Fork river Rhodes Hall of Floyd ac theIfingerAbshear and Mart Acmon of Wolf Creek get into a difficulty Xmas in which Acmon was shot and is not expected to recoverThe fox hunters are killing a groat many foxes this winter Dudley Reynolds seems to be the championLem Kendle of Williamsburg Whitley Co is here buying curly walnut stumps Hurrah for TilE CITIZEN a paper that is worth reading JACKSON COUNTY CLOVER BOTTOM Christmas and New Years passed quietly here There seems to be an epidemic of marriages just now as there have been over a bulf dozen couples to take the bonda in the past two weeks The contracting couples were Miss Dellia Hoskins of this place and Will Tom Kerby of Kerby Knob Mr Horace Durham ondtLafy ette Harrisons daughter Mr Stan liters son and Bob Doughertys daughter Miss Maria Lakes and Geo Gatliff of Evergreen Mr Bob ignite of McKee and Miss Kate Toules of Grayhawk Cold weather and icy roads are heroMr Azriah Martinis very sick Ulysses Movers who has been very low with typhoid fever is improvingMiss Minnie and Ernst Hayes are in school in McKee Miss Maggie Garland who has been visit ing her sister Mrs Mahaffey of Owsley county has returned home Miss Ida Hayes will attend school at Anville Ky this winter- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD There is a protracted meeting going on at East Scaffold Cane con ducted by the Rev Dan Phelps Mr and Mrs T M Ogg and chil dren of Walnut Meadow spent the day with Mr id Mrs Isaac Martin last weekMr W H Stephens and wife visited home folks SundayI- L Martin was in Berea Monday Mrs Isaac Martin visited Mrs Nora McGuire last woekP S Callahan went to Conway on business Satur dayMiss Vergie Martin visited the Misses Shearers Sunday BOONE We have been having some very coldweather here of lateRev J W Lambert filled his regular ap J o1iIHHHiIIIIIIililIIilHrI puiutmout At Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday Messrs J B Coyle and J II Lambert went to Boron Satur day evening Miss Julia Singleton of Berea visited relatives at this place last wwkMrs Annie Poyuter and Daisy Lambert visited your corres pondent SundayMr and Mrs Shelbie Winklor of Beren visited Mr and Mrs Joseph Wren last week Rev J W Lambert of this place went to Kingston en business last wookL6 Wren visited B L Poyn ter SundayJoseph Griffin is very sickat this writing Rev J W Lambert has found his sheep that has been gone for some time MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Our Sunday school will bo suspend ed until next quarter on account of cold weather Josepluts Wilson purchased the Alex Fortune place and moved to it last woekP E Foley and family have moved to their new home near Lowell Garrard county John Fortuno and family hue moved in with Geo Mitchell and family Tom Baker spent Christmas week withrelatives at Panola Miss Lillie MoWhorter attended Miss Martha Sandlins wedding at Miss Sandliua home near Lexington KyClabo Adams and sstersMargaret and Renoi attended our Christmas tree held at the schoolhouse Christmas ove Lizzie Maupin is convalescing from an illness of a few weeks Eldea Baker of Panola spent Christmas week with home folks Walter Stuart of Rich month spent tho holidays with his mother Mrs Fanny StuartMr G W Tisdalo and family will move to their homo near Wallacotou in a few days Misses Jennie and Maggie Cornolisonontertained several young people at their home near Kingston New Years eve Wallace Maupin of Missouri spent Thursday night with Howard and John McKoehan The Christain Herald published in the Bible House Now York City is a live spiritual wellillustrated religious paper which wo recommend to all our readers This year they are publishing a five volume Encyclopedia strictly accu rate and upto date and giving the paper and the Encyclopedia together for only SJ Subscriptions received by TilE CITIZEN Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for con sumptronIC 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 is the food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionisthcmod 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 docs more than that There is some thing about 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 tint this picture In the form of a label U on the wrapper of every bottle of Ktnuuion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and i all druggist oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe o oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe- eo eo eo S 0 o S 0- o i THIS MEANS s to you f 0o o jSo o If you arc not trading at theo0 uptodate store ofo o 0 jf7 I BICKNELL EARLY I o iYou arc making a big mistake- S Come in and we will prove it to you 0 o I 20 Ibs gran sugar 1 Io o o eoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoroeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoep IJ J131lannaman IBtock Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry e0 eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeo 0 0 0 oo ooo o o i IT PAYS TO TRADE f I AT WELCHS f- e 0 o Wisdom meant good judgment Good judgment means success 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