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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tH1HH+HWWHWH HH JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher tPnfTfrf at the Pottofflet at Jkfra Ayi QI i eon f elau maUm- ntttrPwHIHKtlHKHHIHHIr I V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 14 1901 One dollar year NO 30 IDEAS The mnn who is nnltofkcl with himself dooM not want much Even the pcoplu who ore always expecting tho worst to happen may i JlIol11limM bo disappointed TAKE NOTICE Sro nd on pogo la our last page column our ol thin isnuc will ho found full iiiRtrtio tloiin to our Hubscribern Plenno rend them carefully They will appear in each issue hereafter no that our readers may refer to them at any timeIn December wo offored tho Anicr lean Homo Monthly Magazine trim to nil our romlerniind largo number ol them took advantage of our otter Etfly in thia mouth wo offered a hoo- kIe And wo have had quite numlxr of rospotispH To those who prefer a good monthly farm journal to the other offers wo now makn Tin f A Jinnee FARMER froo for ono year A largo number of sample copiw arc heing sent out If you do not receive one drop us n postal IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho onliru Philippine bond icsuoon account of tho Friar land purulmmi hoe boon plattsl in Now York i In reply to tho polo of Oon KOTOS lilt Colombian special envoy the United Slatim refuses to reopen the Panama question Chnrlp ale Schwab IX president ol tho United Stntcfl Steel Corporation was on tho stand in Now York Thurs day in tho Shipbuilding cane Minn Ruth Cleveland widest daughter of former President Grover Cleveland died nt Princeton after a brief illuexft Two Alabamlans pleaded guilty to charges of xxmago and Judgo Jones of the Federal Court imposed fine of 51000 in each count The Allegheny and Ohio rivers arm gorged with ice about Pittsburg and Cincinnati and much anxiety is felt by citizens Students returning to Ohio Wes loyan University from tho holiday vacation are being required to sign pledged to abstain from tobacco dur tnlltho remainder of tbo term FROM THE WIDE WORLD- A now record price of S1DOOO a ton has been established for whalebone Russian marines marched overland from Chemulpo to Seoul Korea Tho now Netherlands Parliament has voted JlTtiOOOO for the purclmso of quickfiring Krupp guns Tho Russian Government hiss in formed the Powers that willf6IKct fully the rights any nation hits in Manchuria under treaty with Japan Though the revolution continues San Domingo Americans aro in JlOI danger and legation guards have been withdrawnIt understood that Russian reply to Japnna last note is unsatisfactory and that public nenti mont in Japan is decidedly in favor of a resort to arms- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Fire on Dix river near Burgle Kr destroyed properity worth SIW000 Three minors wore killed in Mid dlnsboro colliers by a landslide and falling slate Mrs John Edwards aged seventy five years was killed by a train otI Augusta while trying to save herI grandchild which was not hurt Hon John Young Brown former Governor of Kentucky and former Representative in Congress died at his home in Henderson Jan 11 Congressman Alien introduced a bill in tho house Thursday appropri ating 100000 for tho construction of Government building in Bowling Groen An enabling Act to give cities of the first class the power to provide their own system of taxation under tho provisions of tko constitutional amend wont has been framed andwill bo in Iroduced In tho Legislature by ono of I t tion tho members of the Louisville delega Mr Constantino Troxler died at 716 Tuesday morning at his homo in Louisville Ho was quite well known inilhis country as an ornithologist and entomologist and many times fur Dished raro specimens that ho was lucky to possess to different institu tions of learning in the East and has supplied specimens to tho British museum lirookelda L 1 O- 4THE CITIZEN IVOL a a n JACOB A RIIS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS IDEAL CITIZEN Jncol A Him wliom the president recently described nt his Ideal cltlzcn a nnttvp of Dcniimrk III curly years In America wore years of Brent hnrd JOOIIlieTHE BLOSSOM FESTIVAL As It annually occurs In the Santa Clara Valley In California Special C4mlloontnlC by Kef K 8 Willlami faratoga I llfurnlii In all California I know of no ono sight moro beautiful than tho Bloa sons Festival in tho famous Santa Clara Valley Its centre is at Sara toga More titan a million prune trees are in hlosconi at once Every year they whiten for ten lays about tho last of March as do your fruit trees wheutho snow storm is on them They are fragrant as tho roses City people come by train loads to see them como over fine roads filled with noblo teams Boys bring other boys fcisturs Formers turn out with fourhorso fruit trucks to moot city friends nt Los Gates on tho Southern Pacific R R Bicycles spin automobiles whiz donkeys bray As big a crowd ns greets tho young Beronn orators at commencement lint como to see and smell tho snow storm of blossoms which for tho few days they mst make that ptrt of Gods earth ns I believe tho fairies sight Gods angels look upon The young men play baseball Tho girls play basketball and swing if they can got tho right boys to swing them For small prizes there are polojumps running jump races too for big middle szed and littlo boys and girls Then a dinner Chckens have reason to trend it but tho city folks delight in it Then we have ppocchea It would take Col Rain time silver tongued orator of Kentucky to hold tto folks uti hour out doors Rut the Boren Faculty could charm them with ten minute spcecjius from tho beautiful school houso steps and hopo some of them willWhat is tho Blossom Festival which ono bright London lady said would havo repaid her journey from England if she had had no other sight of American plcaHiuoHt It is simply ono sweet California village thanking God for n pronnsi of har vest and inviting their friends to ro joie with thom They begin with a hymn and a prayer nnd close with a hymn and n benediction and though tho festival comes always bo twoen March 20th nnd April 10th wo have for four grateful years hada crop to bo thankful for and a sunny day in which to be grateful with our friendsYou should soo this Santa Clara valley tho most beautiful in California You should see Mt Shasta for seven hours from the groat R R track which winds about is base Soda water is free Ive seen cows drink soda out west Unless we execpt the Himalaya mountains in northern India Yosemite in California is tho greatest wonder of the earth Shall I tell you how to see nil these things Study tho Borcan Psalm tho 87th tho 1th verse Delight thyself also in tho Lord and Ho shall give theo tho desires of thine heart CONTAGION AND VACCINATION Everybody knows that certain dis eases are catching If n bit of skin dust or even tho breath ofa diseased person comes in contact with n well person that person is liable to take the samo disease Vo have known a woman to come from Tennessee from n house in which there was scarlet fever und bring tho disease in her clothing Tho littlo child that played in her lap took the disease and died This shows how careful people should be in prevent log the spread of disease Infected clothing and houses can be disinfected in various ways One common way is to close up a room in every way and burn sulphur there leave n pan of coals in tho room throw sulphur on itj go out andshut the door This killt tIe germs or seeds of disease The greatest invention for shying life is vaccination Smallpox was once the terror of tho world But n person can only have it once Vaccination which effects person about as much as tho sting of a beo takes the place of small pox and tho person who is vaccinated cannot havo small pox for seven years In cases where n wenk person who h fs beer vncainat ed is greatly exposed to smallpox he may have the sister disease called vnrioloid which is something much lighter than measles And ono whQ has had varioloid is forevorimmuno against smallpox The uso of vaccination has now nearly run out the small pox Where vaccination has boon required by law for several years small pox entirely disappears And tho process of vaccination has beon greatly improved Doctors used to vaccinate ono person from another nod to perform the little operation in n rude way which got dirt into tho wound and made some trouble Now all the vaccination points are brought from a vaccination farm and in glass tubes which insure purityWhenever a contagious disease appears ignorant people are likely to conceal it but wise people call a doc tor and follow his directions carefully thus saving their own lives and the lives of their neighbors It is nn awful thing to have people made sick and perhaps die through our neglect ignorance or carlcssuess God is gradually abolishing disease through medicine and science and the arts of disinfection hygiene and nursing CAPITAL INCREASED Tho Boron flank has increased its capital to tInkoof the Bank I The Depositors of this bank F2r 000 raplI 25000 51000 1000 4 solicit your business tWe J J MOORE President- J BURDETTE VicoPicsident W H PORTER Cashier I HllxWatch this Space ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Hardware Merchants Main Street Richmond Ky t I Hl1tHttHH1HH1IH4IIHI I I I 11 I I I HHHKH 410 +010 +0 +0 +0 +0 +60+0 +0 +0+o +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0+0+0+0 +00+0 +o 0 o Our line of Furniture Carpets and Mattings is new and ouro 5 assortment largo Prices lower than city prices for the same u togrades + 0L tYoumay depend upon it if its from o Oriatolier Evans 1 0 o Its Good 0 +Q 0 o M G Brown our undertaker is ono of the best in the profeso glen CRTJTOHER EVANS + JopllnaOld Stand UlrhmondK Phone 73 Phone 47O3 9oo + +O + +O +O +O +O+O + +O + + +O +O +O + +O +O + +O+O +O +O +ou WEDDING RINGS thidv alt we have been LUl ma our rc utation a hitfhcUTt Jew e ti You we therefore a safe in ordering by mil from lit al II you ptrtonWi and oil lo tee a when In the city Irion Girardel a Co tMT kk Uirlllfc I eels Dy y Dougta twe- ei and tbebelt oboe deane- rerlwbere hareYI 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Would we were Htlnc where today The winds and unleashed torrents play Would that we were Of late Ive dreamed Of those old days and It has Deemed That I tutu sat you by my fide Where at our feet the valley wide Jtollcd sown beneath the heavens blue And I have dreamed that evry huo That then Old ulad our eyes was there Cach charm of landfccpt sky and air Would we again were on that knoll In sweet communion soul to soul Where spoken language was as naught TiIicr thought swift answered unto thought And lips were mute and for the time The coeao lacked naught of the sublime T ood vole and hill and cloudflecked sklcf Iltld some of the glory from your eyes Dut wishes wipe no miles away Streams ncrr bring back yesterday In phantom IE- efnlanlblld see your eyes Sweet purity look up to mine Soul windows I would see them shine As they did then your truant hair Windblown and free Would we were there J SI Lewis In Houston Post SPANISH PEGGY- A STORY or YOUNG ILLINOIS By Mary Uartwell Catherwood CcpjricU lilt IT llertett f acre Co CHAPTER VI not believe you said Antywlne You ask them Rutledges then that vza hired to take such fine care of her Why dont you go and ask themI not believe youP trembled Anty wine He sat down on the doorstep Loldlng his blinded head between his bands You and Peppy thought you would KO to yourselves didnt you But she lays In Concord burylnground now right alongside of Shlckshack anal you know where he lays The new graves there I not believe you I not believe JOt I not believe you r Antywlne leaped from the doorsill and ran like a deer to the tavern pass ing the young men and the oxen with out noticing or hearing them Ann RutleJge was sewing by an open window with her back toward him The two young girls were in the garden with their mother He did not see Peggy anywhere A hush was upon the house and as Ann turned and saw Dim with a frightened look on her lace e could not ask any question but took the path down to Rock creek and ran to the stone where Peggy used to hide her book for him The sun was down and a ribbon ot mist wavered in front of the closed sohoolhouse Nobody would ever wait for him at that rock again He ran along the ravine below the gardens and returned to his house barring the door and drawing the latchstring in Lying on the floor In the darkest corner he hid his weeping and made no answer to the young men who called Ida name through the window Sally was asleep in her own cabin long before Antywlne crept out of his and took the road to Concord burying ground It was a long walk under blurred slars for the wind changed after midnight belying the promise of a fair 8I1n Antpvlne tried to bring Peggys face before him with Its many flitting expressions Her eyes were hazel or black or gray by changeable turns swarming with points of light Ho I lemembered drinking from the gourd after hr on the very side where she had crank and the pleased trembling oi her lips when she noticed it All the ways and traits which went to the making of the companion he called sweetheart were present to his mind when groping among saplings in the thinly peopled burylngground he came to Shickshacks sunken grave which be had himself helped to make and Joirul a fresh clay hillock beside It The latter part of the night rain poured upon the chest of drawers which Antywlne had left standing In front of the cabin and streamed down Its polished sides Rain beat upon Antywlna through sapling boughs saturating his llnsey huntingshirt and darkening his worn buckskins Drenched grass and a tangle of little trees he scarcely felt or saw when sudden and miserable daylight came By the end of the afternoon some light crept out from sunset and there was a clearing up in the west Lincoln climbed the buryingground fence and found Antywlne lying asleep across the newmade grave He was so ghastly HiHt Lincoln at once shook him fees Jug relieved when he opened his cel- T oP boy looked up at the mole like a vwm pulsing heart on his frLsnds che put his friends eyes twinkled Vbat arc you doing here on old Daddy Camerons grave Antywlne Ant wine sprang as from a rattlesnake He was exhausted so that Lin Voln save trim uoth Lands to help him riw Daddy Cameron died last week aad they burled him In the same row with Shlckshack lie was a fine old man but If I were you wouldnt lie out all night and all day on his grave Sally have tell me this Is where she Is Peggy Yes Sieur Abe Where is she At tho tavern She Is not dead Not a bit But Sally have tell me Havent you summered and wintered Sally tong enough to know when she Is paying you a grudge hurt I run to the tavern myself And scare Ann and run away again without asking any questions Ive had a long jaunt through the mud and searched the better part of a day for you Antywlne threw his arms around Lincoln and sobbed and laughed like a woman lie swayed and could scarcely stand Youve made yourself sick being so downhearted when you ought to have kept your wits That Lorimer fellow Is back at the Grove again and hoa making a bold stand now If ho had known I carry that snakeskln I reckon he would have followed our chain Hut Dick Yates Is here We tried to find you last night and couldnt I tell Sally not believe her shivered Antywlne And then you leg it out here and pass a sentimental night and a watery day on Daddy Camerons grave Im surprised at you The American way of jolting over what had been tragedy seemed delicious to the Canadian boy as he tramped back the long seven miles When he reached his house at the end of the village Lincoln did not think it advisable to take him any farther Antywine was so ill that he lay down upon the floor resisting any suggestion ot food Through delirious eyes he saw the blaze which Lincoln contrived to start In the chimney interlace sticks plied there months before in readiness for a first housewarming Lincoln THIS on his knees blowing it when he heard Sllcky Green pant through the door Are you here Abe Youre wanted at the tavern Whats the matter at the tavern The Grove boys are coming to throw everything out of doors If you dont give that Iorimer man the Span- Iard and her money How do you know Martha Bell Clary slipped ore on her fathers horse and brought word Wheres Dick Hes looking somewhere else for ouLincoln stood up and glanced at Antywine who had suffered but was unable to fight resting like a log at the hearth corner Poor Antywlne he whispered and carefully shut the door as he went out to settle the unconscious boys fate The night was starlit and cloudless but there was no moon Dull panes of oiled paper revealed candles in some houses but a hush like expectation seemed to stretch along the unseen windings of the street When tim Grove boys mounted for a raid of any sort they usually rode at full gallop yelling like Indians Lincoln was ahead of Slick Green In the race to the tavern when both stopped halted by a procession with lanters There had been no noise of shouting and no crash of destruction The quiet approach of the company seemed worse than Its ordinary rioting They didnt stop at the tavern whispered Sllcky Green They had been to the tavern for Dick Yates bareheaded was leading them peaceably away from It walking In front of the cavalcade and a girls figure could be discerned sitting upon a led horse The velvet dust of a Tillage road muffled the tread of hoofs But along house fronts on each side where footpaths were marked by dally use sounded tho uneven patter of many feet Men women and children of New Salem suffered to witness what they could not prevent were hovering around Lincoln and the little Spaniard He thought he saw Ann Rutledge In her shortsleeved house dress her face showing white and anxious through the dark and Minter Grayham whose haggardness and puny strength the Grove boys would have laughed at Ii- opposed to them Here is Abe Lincoln announced Yates and as If he had given a com mand to halt the company halted Here I am said Lincoln Do you want me Dick and Sllcky stood beside him in the middle of the road My friends and I spoke a voice with a foreign accent have an af fair of two minutes with you You have somewhere a snakeskln purse belonging to my cousin Consuelo Lorimer Bring it and you shall not be Injured But If I did shed be Injured Dont let them take me Mr Lin coin besought Peggy from the midst of the riders I will not go Wheres Antywlne Boys you ought to be ashamed of yourselvesWe come out for a speech Abe mocked Redmond Clary And Im not practicing polemic1 You get the girls money and hand It over You let her out of that gang The gang growled We Pave a crowd and you have just two backers New Salem people cant do anything We dont want to hurt you Abe unless we have to String him up like a horselhlef cried a man at the rear Are you going to hand over the Spaniards money No Im not replied Lincoln RIle him down cried another and the horses were spurred forward Some women and children shrieked in fright as the three young fellows wern driven In retreat to AntyvJnec cabin and sprang upon the chest of drawers Standing close together with that short rostrum under their feet they faced about tho ring of horsemen who drew up around them The perforated tin lanterns showered drops of yellow light on trampled grass Behind tho mens heads and shoulders were avoid of trees anti the starlit sky and the ex cited murmur of New Salem Lincoln towered in the midst of the circle lie could dimly see time Spanish girl and ho remembered for one Instant how Antywlne lay exhausted within the cabin Site was looking for the last time at what was to kayo been her home and wondering with an ache of grief worse than her terror of the ruffians what had become of the gentle housemate who had never be fore failed to take her part Now men listen to me one minute exclaimed Dick Yates Were not here to listen ruled the leaderThese boys ought to be put out one man Insisted We dont want themLet my cousins property fro re stored to her spoke Pedro Lorlmer without delay And who are you demanded Yates the beauty of his rosy youth which had been felt rather than seen changing suddenly to the power of a man with Irresistible magnetism His voice rolled out across the wall of rough faces His eyes had scathing lights His unwilling llsteriers raised their lanterns to look at him I have been gathering facts about you for more than a year You are a New Or leans gambler You ply your trade under cover of some political schemo about Cuba a place you never saw All you want of the poor young girl sitting on the horse beside you is the handful of money her father contrived to hide from you You think it is very large sum It Is about two thousand dollars If it hadnt been for poor old Shlckshack you would have robbed her long ago You paid Shick shacks half crazy avaricious wife to send you word where he could be found every time he moved to get rid of youThese men wouldnt send a child as helpless as one of their own sisters with you If they knew you You play AND LOOK OrT FEARFULLY FOIl A DREADED FACE the grandee before them And in tho west we always have backed a man up In taking his own when his rights wero denied But the only right you have In thl community Is to be dipped In the Songamon Lincoln who had seen a knife thrown at Antywlnes head for fewer words kept his eye guarding the indistinct movements of the Spaniard An un easy tremor ran around what had been a dead wall of antagonism But un fortunately Mahala Camerons father now lifted his voice from the back ground and In the character of min ister exhorted Redmond Clary to draw his followers homeward and cease abetting the ungodly Redmond Clary turned on him and told him to go homo himself or he might be neatly laid be side his daddy In the Concord burying word had swiftly followed another while Lincoln gauged the force drawn around him Ills hair was rumpled over time arch of his head His strong nose and cleancut neck and the outward curving of his lips showed by fitful light above his shorter com panions Some radiation from his personality made one of the men ex claimIAbe we know youre honest But If youre too stubborn to hand over that money weve got a barrel at the mill all ready to roll you into tho riverWalt said Lincoln stretching out a long fore finger Pedro Lorlmer hissed at him I do not wait while boys practice speeches I could myself In return call my enemies names This Is not what was promised me What Red Clary promised you stated Lincoln with intuition which amounted to knowledge was If you would cancel his gambling debts he would make mo land over the little Spaniards money Redmond Clary flung himself oft his horse and ran at his accuser Tho tlmo for words was past If tho figure towering above them all had stood with less assurance the raging leader might have led his mob to a cruel murder But Lincolns humorous eye spread a contagion of smiles as he caught the bullbodied champion of the Grove by the collar and flung that muscular bulk across the ring to cool There was to be a fight The men drew deep Inhalations of enjoyment For ever since Abraham Lincoln appeared in New Salem they had wanted to see him matched with Red Clary Lincoln knew he was about to succeed or fail with the only argument which could move those to whom might was right Eloquent ondtonvlnclng words had to bo backed by a man who cpuld master his listeners He was tired and suppcrlcss The Spanish girl leaned down on her horsoa neck unconsciously uttering prayers aloud for her champion Tho struggle would bo over In a few minutes but If Red Clary whipped him her future lay In unknown and terrible places That Antywlne was mlrslng secured a token that the worst mnst bo In store for her Sho was In tho grip of an evil foivc Both mien threw off their round abouts and vests Lincoln faced his two companions making them a screen and hurriedly unfastened time belt of gold which ho wore under his shirt and put It In his hintThis ho gave to Sllcky Green who held It while Yates stood guard You were cut out for a banker Sllcky said Lincoln I wasnt might burst the snakeskln and spill tho money Ills opponent rushed at him like a mastiff let loose and Peggy doubled herself lower upon the horses neck She leash the Impact of WCwa which sent shudder after shudder down her body and the panting of spout breath The Grove boys set up p yell and she stuffed the horses mane memo her ears The big muscular bully who had made everybody In tho Sniipninoii country afraid of him anti shaped public opinion for tho Grove was taking Bonn cruel advantage of a clean wrestler urn used to sledgehammer brutality Then a hush penetrated even tho horsehair anti Peggy looked as Lincoln knocked Red Clary flat beneath tho chin of a startled animal Ho fell against its hoofs and being pulled Into the clear space by one of his friends lay still I reckon said Lincoln pulling hla own shirt collar wider open and sitting on the chest of drawers to breathe ho has the wind knocked out of himGoody Peggys own cry of thanksgiving wets tho first sound heard by the vanquished man Ho sat tip blinking at those who had seen him bent ovcruntll his body de scribed a right angle and shook one long horizontal star at tho unra paneled Jury who would have to renJor verdict In this first case which Yates and ho had associated themselves to winA lay he panted Is like a white dress soil him and he ran bo washed and made clean again But a girl Is like a glass bottle If you let her fall or throw her down and break her sir Is broken forever Now men are you determined to have this poor little bottle destroyed There Is often speech where timer Is no language heard and Pedro Lornier Knew he stood by himself from that InstantHo his horse toward Sllcky to seize the bat and break away with it But Antywlne darted out of the cabin and across time open space like a stroke ot light Intercepting the Spaniard Ills eyes largo with fever and his high featuiVs ImpassloJod hi had almost the beauty ot an appal itton As the two encountered Antjwlne seized the horses bits and Jerkt l it to Its haunches He and Pedro url mer stared at each other Before the rider found his balance again Lincoln asked with whimsical significance Boys how would any of you like to get up out of chlllandfcvcr and find all Clarys Grove helping a stranger rob you of your own dear galA sympathetic and sheepish grin teemed to relax an much an could Ixi seen of every rude face and Pedro Lorlmcr throwing away caution spurred over Antywlne The boy fell and leaped up understanding It was a struggle for Peggy A whirlpool of shouts and plunging horses and men scrambling to mount drove all watchers back Even Redmond Clarys voice was heard denouncing the man whose part he had taken The crowd that had come down New Salem street seeking Lincoln went back driving Pedro Lorlmer Horrified as New Salem people were by threatened violence they wero un able to refrain from cheering They crowded to the chest of drawers where left stranded as by a stormy tide sat Peggy and Antywlne He held the hat and snakeskin which Sllcky Green thrust luto his keeping before following the ebb The pair clung together hearkening to uo voices but their own as two robins escaping from some peril of man might have felicitated and comforted each other The alt was fresh like the breath of the sell after a hot land breeze has gone by Mounted all three upon the horsy from which Lincoln had riling Peggy to Antywlne Lincoln and Yates and Sllcky filling Its back from mane to tall mado the best haste they could to this Sangamon They stood at the top of time terraced bank while Pedro Lorl mer was rolled down In a barrel Three times tradition has It the unhappy wretch took his plunge and canto bobbing up like a buoy Then Lincoln and Yates and the cooling effect of tho water on those who had him to pull out succeeded In moderat ing popular rage against him lie wits turned loose and Ida horse whipped In time direction of Springfield with emphatic assurance that the barrel would be kept for him and If he over camo back would be put to Its final use as his floating coffin Don Pedro Lorlmer was never sccli again in that country When Peggy and Antywlno wero married and keep ing house In their own cabin she useh sometimes to part her white curtains at night and look out fearfully for a dreaded face But happiness and security become a habit and she loved after awhile to tell her own story Years later the two who had steered her destiny Abraham Lincoln and Rich ard Yates began to steer the destinies of a nation and a state and the Span lard of Now Salem grew to experience tho grateful awe ot a person who has been visited unawares by strode angels TUB END A Sweet Tooth responsible for many aches end paiiiH But whatever the cause of de roy it hhoiild bo arrested and lima Teeth put in good condition Wo clean fillor extract teethwith out pain to the patient OUt rttiu sets of teeth at fl made on zviuiiitu or rubber are absolutely per sect Wtt guarantee them Teeth extracted 2r contn Timeliest Hiimlnm tilling SG cents Special coininoiintionii for patients from a liManru who write for uppoiutmeutB Dr V H Hobson Kylu AUr PR S IurrIanILaUalWaefm w SPelbl pile 17 roaatr 1WpterYreawrrb SWl FT A CO neat hn a- Opp US Patent Oar Wtiktatfon 0 a Tor n had taste In tho mouth tat e n fwv tlowH of CliamberhitrH Stomach sad IIvor Tablets Price 2cents Warranted to cure Ior silo by SE Welch Jr R Goon Investment tr Hlri t a wn1 IY rtprr d IMVK 1eeplrle hjIUu r ii l tu 15 Ira hC TKMXJKAIMI OIHKATINC A f J nllr Aat 9 rlr ya urn 11Ned fMii Ttrfarli Culitloir a I l n Ili 1rlrb nli l HiMvili tr rr nc ul let I NJIel4 111 t I1U HERMAN C TAFEL IVIDTTMinC IICCrnCa- lasa w JIM tr pee 51 lowi kiiu A vEST IttI IT fiOtTOK Novor in the way tin trouble to carry POllY to take 1i1asaut and never failing in results are DoWitln LitUo Early Risers A vial of theso little pills in the ventpocket is n certain guarantee against headache bilious ness torpid liver nnd all of tho ills re suiting from ncoustiplion They tonic nod strengthen time liver Sold by East Iud Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Borea College has secured market for homespun end homewoven good such as bet coverlids linen drew liusoj joaus blnnkets etc at follow lug prices Coverlids 14 to 16 Linen 40 to W cents a yard Dress Linsey DO cents n yard Jeans GO coma a yard Illnnkels natural brown wool or bark dyes 13 n pair White linsoy and white blankets are not in demand ouly on orders CoverlidH must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide Bud 2i yards 90 Inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Bores College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply in per IOU or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Bares Ky Her Cnrllle r n Mnrtln I1H- Waverly Texas writes Of a morn fog when first rising I often find a troublesome collection of phlegm which produces a cough and is very hard to dislodge but a small quantity of Ballards Horehound Syrup will at once dislodge it and the trouble IB over I know of no medicine that ie equal to It and it is plea antto take I can most cordially recommend it to all persons needing a medicine for throat or lung troubles Price 2UC DOc n bottle at East End Drug Co c nSUUTn ATrltyt Mr John H Cullom Editor of time Jutland Texas Ytir hut written letter congratulations to tho maim ncturorn of Chniuberlniuu Cough Remedy as follows Sixteen years igo when our first child was u baby ho watt subject to croupy spoils and ao would bo very uneasy about him Ve began using CliamborlninH Cough liemcdy in 1SS7 and finding it nuch a reliable remedy for ICOIltlfI Dud croup we Irate never bean without it in tho house since that time Wo have flee children sad have given it to nil of these with good results Quo good tY foitiiro of this remedy ib that it In not liKHgroenblu to take and our babitfj really likn it Another is tidal it in not dangerous mind there is no risk from giving nu overdose congrntii Into you upon the hucceea of your remedyMr S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheuma tism and lumbago He won flimsily ndvieed lo try Chamberlninn fair helm which he did and it effected complete cure Ior smile by S Ii Welch Jr druggist MONUMENTSYens r Orinlt and MirbU Work of all kind done in a KorkmnulikH manner nt rw ounlile pricwi and with dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA IIICHMOND Iy- tbrnr1 4Inuet CulllHt Stirtt l ui r IIMMIIVV ON rAimi hoary U Baldwin Siipt CMr Water works ShullhburgWiH uitIII I hero tried many kinds of liniment but have aster recuivini much bonulit until I lined Dallardti Suow Limmnnt for ihcumatiMii and pains I think t timeliest liniment on nrth etc ril Mid Sl bottle at Kant Mud Drug Co DR M E JONES oe Dentist I e OfficeOver Tinting office Once Days Wednesday lo rnj of the week Tho nloent nnd pleanantoflt modi ins I hate used for indigrntion nut coimtipation m Chnmberlainii Stony Rch end Liver Tablet says Millard F Craig of Middlegrovn N V They work like n charm anti do no gripe or hMO any unpleasant effect For sale by S K Welch Jr t Is your harness In goodrepair Spring plowing will soon here Jot ready for it beforehand by hut- ting your harness in good shape front our splendid line of Collar Pads collars Back Bands Bridles Hnmo Chains Breeching Trace Chains llnmes etc If you need n Now Set of HnrneM ivo have the best Our prices are ex romoly low when you consider the quality T J MOBERLY Julu Sited ISIchmotiil Ir- Miller House Newly fitted up Meals and Board and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joeu R G Engle Prop y Main St Richmond Ky A J THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS Fiuits and vegetables a specialty orrosuc uuBixnts KILL I THE CITIZEN 3 jt HHIHHKHJHHHMj I The Home JUNNIB LESTER lULL EJIIor tHHJHIHHIHIHHWH4 Somo Now Cooking Class Receipts TOMATO sour can tomatoes pint witter Hinnll picco rut popper cloven i leanpooiiH sugar I teaspoon Bull i teaspoon 8oda2lnbleHpoons buttor I tnbltspoonR Hour slice onion Cook the first live ingredients with tho onion twenty minutes strain mid salt and soda mix Hour and butter in name pan on stove ndd strained to mato lot cook up well thou strain nnd servo FRIED CAKBS cup sugar cup Hour milk teaspoon melted butter egg tea spoon soda J teaspoon milt teaspoon uinnnmon or nutmeg lour enough to handle on board out d cups lent egg add sugar anti sour milk Mft lour soda salt and cinnamon to l gether and mix it well with the Unit part Roll out I inch thick shape Htid fry in tout fat Drain on brown paper Ill CAP O NO CII CAKE J cupinoliHHin I cup nourmilkij cup sugar 2 raps Hour teaspoon cloves I teaspoon soda tonyjxxm baking ixmdor teaspoon cnnamon pinch of salt teasxx u ginger hake in mutlin rings UINOER WArcKJ Cream cup butter and 1cup sugar Add J of a well beaten egg nUll J level teaspoon soda diiiHoIved In tablespoon water add J table spoon ginger and Hour to make very stilT dough Roll thin an paper and bake in a moderato oven IH1IHHHmIHWiIKHl I The School i P L JOHN WIRT DINSMORB Editor J JHIMHHWHHWHWSH EDUCATION AND EARNING CAPACITY Mr A Tompkins of Charlotte N C tins recently published figures to show that at thirty five years old the earning capacity ora man with common school education and siwclal mining for his work is twelve antia half limns greater thou that orRII illiterate untrained man that the earning capacity of a man with high school education and training in twenty five Boost greater than that of tho illiterate and untrained man i that tho earning capacity orIi mina with college education and training la thirty Koven rillR half times greater then that of the illiterate and untrained man null that tho earning rapacity ora man with University- I education anti training is fifty times greater that that of tho illiterate and untrained man So that the value to flue commonwealth of tho man with University education and proper training for his business in fifty times greater than tho value of the illiterate and untrained mane e t GEMS IN VERSE t e e The Concrrl Down In the iteM mid the dalslM and clover A concert going which heels the day IOIIK JollyjFills alt the air with his comical gong about Bumblebee In hll waistcoat of yel low- Thunders hla bass In n ponderous tone lie U u very quick tempered old fellow Ha will sing only a tune of hlu own Then cornea tho treble of little dIu Cricket Chirping Becheerfull Theres no need to fret Kntydldn voice from the neighboring thliket Join to here In a merry duel There hy the pool where hit family la slaying Sound the low boom of the UullfroK big drum Guy llttlo Tree Irog his life too ii play lug- Orchestra they to the Kilos joyful hum Juck8onIIlrdlliiir Course Im not aleepy Nol Why do you plague mo IoT Twaii IliU the youncatcr cold When caught with drooping head t Im wide awake Just seel Why cant you let me LeT And hard Indeed he tries ti To check his closing eye Hut Btlll they cloio In spite Of his mOlt plucky fight And he le heard to say Why this Is only play One effort more he makes Onco more his toys he takes And tries by bold attack To drive the sandman back He nods but still denies That sleep yet wooes his eyes Though on his mothers breast Ills head at last seeks rests Ills protests feeble grow But well Indeed I know Btlll drowsily hell fret Oh I sJnt sleepy yeti Brooklyn Eagle 111111111111111111111111 The Farm SILAS CIIBBVBR MASON Editor II+11I111II1IIHI IH+ Watering Horses A pair of mules at the Oklahoma Station during the hot summer weather drank 112 pounds of waterI per head daily and on ono pounds In another test at moderate work the amount recorded was 107 pounds Ju these tests the grain ration consisted of Kafir corn maize oats and bran The proper time to water horses is a mustier concerning which opinions dif for Many feeders believe that they rtodiDgISomo extended experiments have been recently made in Europe which have led to definite conclusions and seem to have reached tho truth in the matter The rations fed consisted of differ eat mixtures of corn oats hay and straw and a number of experiments were made in which tutu only condition which varied was the time of watering In some of the tests the horses drank before and in some after eating and in others after the grain portion of tho ration but before tho hay So far as was observed the time of drinking had no effect on the digesti bility of a ration of grain and hay When hay only was fed there seeuied to bo a slight advantage in watering before foeediug Tho general conclu sion was drawn that horses may be watered before during or after meals without interfering with the digestion or absorption of food All those methods of watering are equally good for the horse and each of them may bo miployd according to circum stances It is obvious that certain neccsllaryIinstance after severe loss of water such its occur III coner quenco of long continued severe exertion tho animal should always be allowed to drink be fore he is frd as otherwise ho will not fetid well Agriculture In the Rural Schools It is my belief that tjio time has como when tho principles of agricul ture can bti profitably taught in our rural schools that tho teachers both men and women now employed in our rural schools can bo fitted for this work that our country boys and girls will receive such instruction eagerly intelligently and profitably and that tlm host interests of our people moral intellectual physical and material will be wonderfully promoted by in structing oven ono generation of youth along these practical liuwsGeo T WiuHlou in the Jrogrtttive Fanner s1111Ih CUIII Cease to bo simple if at all prolonged Tho safest way is to put them asldent the very beginning Bollards lloro hound Syrup stops a cold and re moves tho cause of colds 25c SOc anti 51 bottle at East End Drugstore How to Give Castor Oil It children object to taking castor oil mix It with an equal quantity of lion oy This quite hides nay unpleasant taste and duos not make the uicUIcIno tiny less elHcncloun UU NUT NEGLECT A slight cold in the head or chest It may lead into lneumoniaorConsumpl- ion Parricamph will relievo such troubles instantly You simply apply freely and rub in well It is mothers reined r HIMT to Cteiiii Window Blinds There Is no necessity of washing cot ton or linen window blind as there Is a inndi simpler way of cleaning them The blind should be spread tint on a table and then rubbed well all over with bread crumbs This will make It look unite clean nul fresh A 1UISONKIl IN IIFlt OWN 110 VMS Mrs W II Layha of 1001 Agnes Ave Kansas City Mo has for soy oral years boon troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard told which she says would keop me in doors for days I was prescribed for by physicians with no noticeable re suits A friend gave me part of a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy with instructions to closely follow the directions and I wish to state that after the first day I could notice a de cided 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 RKKVKN EXITS LOCI i J Malinger of Iroquois Thriller Testify lo the omllllona Chicago Jan 7A largo number of witnesses were examined at tho Investigation conducted for tho fire department Into tho conditions at tho Iroquois theater before tho fire Tho testimony of the proprietors of tho theater showed that a worse con dition of affairs existed than had heretofore been thought possible Will J Davis Harry Powers nail Thomas J Noonan active managers of tho Iroquois theater ware exam mod by Mr FnlUerson All of them pleaded Ignorance of any precautions taken to prevent loss of life by firo at tho theater They admitted failure to Instruct employes In fighting fire and failure even to provide suitable appliances for use against flames Their state menu were corroborated by the toil timony of 20 employes of tho theater none of whom had over been told hla duty In case of fire Noonan who Is tho working manager of the theater under Davis and Powers admitted that itot tho exits were locked and boltedNoonan declared that no person had been named by tho theater man agement to superintend tho operation of tho ventilators of tho theater In case of fire and that In consequence tho flames had been permitted lo sweep the place Instead of seeking Ia natural outlet through tho stago root From figures obtained by Noo nan It because evident that almost ono In three of tho people who at tended the matinee lost their lives tho percentage being a trifle over 31 Tho theater seated lCOC people and In addition to those 23C had been ad muted after all seats lid been sold making n total of 1842 In the theater of whom C91 were killed Serious Charge Against Girl Ithaca N Y Jan 7 Margaret Cunningham a nurse girl In the cm ploy of Professor Chamberlain cf- Cornell university was arrested on tho charge of sending a box of pot soned candy to the home of Michael Casey causing tho serious Illness of his two children Tho woman has boon Identified as time ono who purchased parts green at a local drugstore who bought tho box of candy- at time confectionery store and who approached tho janitor of Western Union office building and asked for a messenger Tho messenger has Iden tified hur as tho one who sent him with tho package to tho house Child May Convict Mother Allentown 1a Jan 9 = If you do not lot up on mo I shall tort what you helped to do to Mabel These ac cusing words uttered by her young est child are relied upon to help prove that old Mother Hcchtcl Is the actual slayer of her daughter Mabel Myrtha who Is brighteyed keen witted and quick tempered was quar reling with her mother Neighbors overheard Tho accusing words were repeated to the authorities The dis trict attorney declares that ho has evidence corroborative of time Impres sion which they give that Mrs Been tel was actually ono of the principals In time murder of her daughter Subpoena For Heath Washington Jan 7 District At torney Morgan II Reach admitted that a sujpocna had been Issued from this district for tho appearance of Perry S Heath In connection with tho trial of postofflco cases of Ma ebon and others which will begin tn Judgo Prltcharda court next Mon day Tho subpoena was Issued Saturday and should have reached Salt Lake City about Monday Mr Beach said ho alno understood that a subpoena hind been Issued on behalf of tho government for Mr Heaths pres once in connection with tho trial of former Representative Edmund H Drlcgs begun In Brooklyn Machen Trial Begins Washington Jan 12August W Machen Diller n Graff Samuel A Groff of Washington D C and Dr and Mrs George E Lorenz of To- Ledo 0 Indicted In connection with tho postofllco Investigation were placed on trial In Criminal Court No 1 Justice Prltchard presiding All tho defendants were present and pleaded not guilty Tho work of securing a jury was commenced Nearly Killed by Dogs Sault Sto Mario Mich Jan 12Ab- oy seven years old son of Charles Wheeler was nearly killed by a pack of hungry mastiffs lie was thrown to tho ground and his cars torn oft before tho frenzied father could reach him Young Wheeler Is now in tho hospital In a critical condition His head Is wounded In other places and his arms aro badly lacerated The dogs will bo killed Insurgents Use Cannon San Domingo Jan 11 Revolution lets continue to fire shells Into tho city and several private dwellings have been damaged Tho revolution lets have located General Castillo at Ban Cristobal capturing two cannon and a considerable quantity of arms and ammunition Many were killed and wounded In a fierce fight Santo Dumont Arrives Now York Jan 11Among the passengers of the LaSavro was Santos Dumont the aeronaut lie says he camo here to complete arrange mends for his forthcoming experiment with a dirigible balloon at tho Bt Louis exposition Trainmen Blamed Topeka Kan Jan 7 Superinten dent Gruber of the Rock Island blames the trainmen for tho headon collision at Willard In which 17 per sons were killed and nearly 40 per tong Injured TEfjKlimXK Lilii ItS New Plan to He Worked Out For Use on Itural Itoiiton Washington Jan 11 Beginning With 44 routes und an appropriation of 40000 In 1897 tho rural free deliv ery Borvlco has grown according to tho annual report of Postmaster Gen eral Payne to 19398 and the amount of 15000000 Is asked for tho work which Is rapidly extending Tho extension of tho rural free delivery service and tho consequent Increaso In tho uso of tho malls by tho patrons residing along the rural routes together with the extension of tho telephone service Into the farm ing districts of the country has sug gested time propriety of extending tho privilege of tho special delivery of such letters or tho contents thereof by means of the telephone It being prolvhlellmission the use of which stamp would authorize tho postmaster at tho offlco of delivery to open such letter and telephone Its contents to tho person to whom It is addressed It will bo semi that If such plan is feasible 24 hours tlmo will be saved In tho transmission of Important messages to many people residing along tho lines of tho rural delivery routes I would recommend that a small appropriation bo made by con gress for the purpose of enabling tho subject postmaster general to Investigate this Pneumonia Alarms Gotham New York Jan 12Deaths from pneumonia In this city last week ag gregating 3C4 aro causing tho depart ment of health to adopt energetic means to check the progress of the disease In my opinion said Cojn missioner Darlington of that department tho habit of expectorating In public places has much to do with bringing on tho disease Last weeks Increase of deaths from that cause nearly 100 more than for the corre sponding week last year Is positively alarming and I have taken measures to try to keep the disease from spreading Remains Will Lie In State Atlanta Ga Jan 11Tho remains of the late General John B Gordon who died Saturday night at his winter home near Miami Fla will reach this city next Wednesday It having been decided that tho funeral party leave Miami on Tuesday morning Definite arrangements for tho fun cal have not yet been made but It Is stated that the body will lie in state In the state house for several days preceding tho funeral day tho family of the deceased chieftain hav ing agreed to the request that the former followers of Gordon may view his remains Thunder and Snowstorm Salt Lake City Jan ItThe phe nomenon of a midwinter thunder storm accompanied by heavy snow was experienced In Salt Lake City Vivid flashes of lightning were ac companied by heavy thunder and con tlnued for half an hour A galo which accompanied the thunderstorm reach ed a velocity of over 30 miles an hour at times and was accompanied by heavy snow and hall which was driven In Minding sheets making It nlmoHt Impossible to remain out of doors Telegraph service throughout this section Is prostrated by the storm Confesses to Firing Hotel St Louis Jan 8 Apparently con seience stricken and his mind aflame with religious ardor William Wilson aged 32 a Salvation Army recruit walked into police headquarters and confessed that on July 5 1901 ho had set tire to tho Occidental hotel in Forsythe Mont which resulted in the death of ono person and injuries to 20 Wilson declared that another man Is now in the penitentiary serv- Ing a sentence for the deed and that It is to ease his own conscience and give this man his freedom that ho surrendered himself Drlggs Convicted New York Jan 8 Former Con gressman Edmund Driggs was found guilty of accepting money to procure a contract between a private com pang and the government while serv- Ing as a member of congress The jury recommends mercy In response Judgo Thomas said tho recommenda tion was eminently fitting as Mr Drlggs had conducted himself with dignity and because ho undoubtedly violated the statute unwittingly Judge Thomas said he believed Mr Drlggs was only guilty In a technical sense Coliseum Declared Safe Chicago Jan SThe Investigation into time safety of places of public as sembly still continues and but few of them are able to meet the require ments of the law Building Commis stoner Williams Issued orders closing 15 additional halls Tho Coliseum In which the Republican national convention will be held was declared safe and entirely fireproof and was allowed to open New Legislative Combine St Louis Jan lTho December grand jury is Investigating the report that a new combine has been formed In tho house of delegates for the pur pose of dictating and controlling leg islation and fixing terms under which all bills but particularly those In which wealthy corporations figure shall bo considered Convicts Fought Fire Marquette Mich Jan 12Con ylcts extinguished a fire in the peal tentiary but not before the clear shop and boiler house were badly damaged entailing a loss of 50000 t2 the prison and adjoining bulldlnfi To Printers Wo manufacture tho very highest grade of BRASS RULE LEADS AND SLUGS BRASS LEADS L S METAL FURNITURE BRASS LEADERS METAL LEADERS BRASS GALLEYS SPACES AND QUADS METAL BORDERS METAL QUOINS pricesWepricesOld a very small cost Highest prices paid for old typo leads electros brass etc Send for our new catalogue PHILADELPHIAC O 908 FILBERT STREET PHILADELPHIA THE CITIZENS CLASSI FIED AD COLUMN Ads in this column 5o per line first insertion 2Jc line each sub sequent insertion six words to line No matter where you live or what your wants are advertise in this col umn and got results Cash must accompany order WANTED PURCHASER for an extra good sad die new for twothirds the cost price Inquire of Treasurer Osborne TO BORROW MONEY for the ex tensive building projects of Ben a College in sums of five hundred dol tars or more pdying interest for six months or a year Inquire of Treas T J Osborne LOOM AND FLAX WHEELMrs CollegeBorencate with anyone having a loom or good flax wheel for sale A understandingtime given work at the Weaving House on Jackson Street H W Graham Berea College Fireside Industries Berea Ky FOR SALE FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cis CollegeBrick WHO WANTS BIG CROPS The College Farm Department Prof Mason can spate a quantity of the Buckeye Fertilizer which made such tall good corn and other crops the past season For price etc apply llooniBAD IIKAII Is one that is all stopped up with a cold You cannot breathe freely your throat Is sore your chest is tight Paracamph will relieve such condi tions instantly It never fails and has saved thousands from pneumonia Get a bottle today m +od o+od od o +o +od o +oHO +o+o +o+ J FREEQ Miss Ida M Snyder Treasurer of theBrooklyn East End Art Ctak If women would pay more attention lo their health we would have more hippy wives mothers and daughters and If they would observe results they would that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they Ire given credit for In consulting with my druggist he ad vised ine of Cardui and Thed fords BlackDraught and so took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wine of Cardui is a regulator of the menstrual functions is a astonishing tonic for women It cures irregdularof the and flooding It is helpful when appr ach ng woman during pregnancy after child birth change of life It fre quently a dear baby to homes that have been barren years All druggists have 100 bottles of Wine of WINEoRDUIFCAZERO Is apt to freeze your ears nose hands Nand toes You dont notice it at the time but later oil it is painful and oftentimes dangerous Paracamph relieves frost bites immediately It draws outjthe frost because it opens the pores of the skin induces perspi ration and stimulates he circulation Paracamph prevents erysipelas and blood poisoning t od o+od od od o +od 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DEREA KESTUCKV oooooaooaaaooocKJOOooaooaoosTFACHERSi BEAU ==n gBy ADA C SWEETu- QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOp g ijrlfhlIWJb7 tally s Wry rut to CAltlt smiled ns she glanced MISS the blackboard and her check A rude drawing ot a soldier libeled Teachers Beau adorned the ruotn evidently the work ot one of the boys Robert she said quietly to a lad st 12 who sat giggling behind his slate take the floor please and first clean the blackboard The whole school broke Into a laugh but Miss Carr looked over the lessons for the day and len Robert standing Urn on one foot then on the other In the middle ot the floor The other chil dren gradually settled down to the morn icg routine 1t Was the day before Thanksgiving and young feet were tingling to be ont running over the frosty roads and fields young hearts were full of anticipations over tho morrow Children were chil dren In 1861 even as they are now A petition was already signed by every boy and girt lu the school asking that Friday be made a holiday no that there might be four whole days of free dom and delight But Rob the prime mover In the affair was In disgrace and how was he going to act with the peti tion In his pocket too so no one else could present It At last Rob solved the problem Teacher he said from his stand near her desk Well Robert answered Miss InquiringlyI CarrI favor to ask In behalf Yom MAY GO ON MiTI YOUR 115 SONS school began Robert whose father was a minister and his parentage accounts for his presence of ralnd as well as for other facts In relation to him Here went on Rob holding out the petition and then looking at Miss Carrs set fea tures Rob haltedIShe took paper and laid It on her desk You may take your seat Robert she said and went on with her writ- Ing i The morning wore away and at noon no one knew whether Miss CarrIntend d to rant the coveted holiday or not Just before the afternoon recess the teacher pole I do not feel that the school quite deserves an extra days vacation she Bald Dismay spread over the And as for me I really dread tomorj row a long dreary day to one away from home and friends and I shall be glad when the school bell rings Friday morning You may go on with your les o sons It was leaden tine tent of that day and at four oclock the children filed out In orderly array and no one whooped until ho or she was several yards from the little onestory district schoo house of Stony Brook After church the next morning the service was held In the schoolhouse Rob and his cliuui Dave were hurrying home to get into their other clothes when they met Hiram Clover a boy from lieechhamlhenelghboringtownandthehome Hiram was full of the news that Lieut Bradford had arrived home that very morning all unexpected by his mother having been stnt from the front on re cruiting service for his regiment A great thought struck Rob Dave said he I am willing to lose tny Thanksgiving dinner If youll get your father to lend me old Doll Im In favor returned Dave but I guess youd better take pas leave for granted ro and catch her Shes In the pasture Ill bring you a bridle blanket and surclnglo front the barn Thats the best I can do I am going for you and for all the school said Rob solemnly anl1lloe my dinner for It Remember It took an hour to capture the wary Doll but just as the appetizing odors of one oclock Thanksgiving day began to rejoice the hearts of men women and chlllren alike a small solitary horse man was seen galloping over the hill toward Deechham Mercy on us fretted grandma as soon as the ministers blessing had been said where can Hobble be To think of a boy of that age being late for Thanksgiving dinner But the browned turkey came on the mashed potatoes the celery the cran berry sauce and spiced peaches and then camo the mince and pumpkin plea the rider and the hickory nuts but no Rob appeared The ministers family bean tu get worried but Mrs Framing tam said that batTer haif aappenfil oue thing was certain Rob had not missed a good dinner He has prob ally stopped at the Hopes with Dave she guessed Of course he hAS assented the min inter and Its all the worse for the Holies and all the better for us you may be sure But Rob was cantorins along the six mile road to Becchham Up and down kill and along the bickering brook In went The Jolly pumpkins smiled at him from the brown cornfields whero they were piled up in orangecolored mounds the crows cawed at him the wayside dogs barked and the wvldllni geese of the Dutch settlement hissed at him On on he went and never said whoa until ho reined up in front of Squire Bradfords big square house In the outskirts of Becchham A boy to see me Halloa Rob and ohthe returned hro had on his fatigue uniform and he was looking trim and soldierly and handsome you may believe HU mother clung to hit arm and would not let him leave her sight even when Rob plead for a mo meats interview of a private nature Out had to come his whole story and the young soldier laughed as he tossed- a letter Into the fire and said All right Rob I was Just going to send a note to Miss Carr telling her of my arrival and then I was going over to see her this evening but now I will wait and surprise her tomorrow morning at school Come in and have some dinner he added seeing the boys wistful gaze through the open doorway into the din- Ing room where the remnants of the Thanksgiving feast were being cleared front the table And so Rob had cold turkey and what ever else was good in the Bradford1 house and soon refreshed and heartened up by the brilliant success ot hit enterprise he started for home Doll making up in energy and ambition to get back to her pasture for the lack of such inspiration as oats can give for no one at the Bradfords had seen Robs borrowed steed ao she had been tied to the orchard fence well out of sight blmIblt only old Doll could tell where he had been that day he reflected and he was glad old Doll couldnt talk Morning dawned crisp and cold There was a smoky fire in the long boxy like stove In the schoolroom The chil dren carte into the place slowly and al coos moodily Miss Carr greeted them with a calm face but her eye told the story of tho homesick day and sleepless night Just passed- A halfpast nine the first class In arihmelr was called to recite There ameaknorkatthedoor tlss Carr weo t o open r book In hand There was a glmpso of something blue and then what do you Think that teacher did She deliberately walked out Into the hall and shut the door behind her The children sat In their seats and waited Therewas a great buzzing and whispering and Rob dropped down Into the aisle and rolled around laughing In about ten minutes the school hat become most shockingly disorderly by this timethe door opened and Miss Carr came In sedately Her eyes were like stars her cheeks were like pinks and she was smiling Children she said you are granted a holiday school is dismissed Then there was hurrying to and fro and much yelling The teacher rode In state to her boarding place her soldier sweetheart leading his horse and walk Ing by her side and teacher and children afterward agreed that there was never before quite such a Thanksgiving hall day as this belated one in the time or war and alarms THE CITY SPORTSMAN fit purchaieJ a dog nnj a huntingsati s brand new gun and alototahella He wrote for terms to a farmer friend Hating a trusty guide And the day the hunting senior began ti IappymanLoadtd thlM tore of which he had trle1 And there he found Upon the ground Otters like him lull of hop andprldt Thy took the field Uke an army con marching through tulibl and brush The guide was brave though be UeeJ their guns and promUtd that ht would stay nut each man knew the danger that the la Walt fora man who clot j his eyes When he shoots so they kept their opn wMe and marched with joy 14 tin fray And then at last And the morning paste +J A quail rOle up and whirred away Each gun went up and the guide dropped down the doge itoooJ all In ititlr truck The trfjgee were puKid and the guns reports resembled a cannons roar The poor little quail turned a jomorsiu twas slot clear through havma bins vault And they gathered around to jollify at thlr glorious gunshot score Though none could tell whose shotted until Hid spilled the little towjs gore Vrd that was the only blrJ thy sax hut todayThey placed In a cast In a club not far away And they point with pride to this patent fact they hunted with o much cart They shot neIther guide nor friend nor dog and that U a record rare JicIc Apitleon In Cincinnati Times Stu- In Needof a hanks- Turpf uCome with me to the zoo Jenks No think you Ill stay at home My oldest daughter does the kangaroo walk my second daughter talks like a parrot my son laughs like a hyena my wife watches me like r hawk my rook Is as cross an a heat ind my motherinlaw says I am a gorilla Vhen I go anywhere I want change itBits 1llInleDtIthe of a rich man One is inclined to asblntonitei the Joysot poverty Good Roads and Civilization By LIEUT GEN NELSON A MILES- U S A Retire I know of no one clement of civilization in our country that has been more neglected than the im provement of our roads yet this is the clement that marks the line between barbarism and civilization in any county The remains of the ancient highways still futind in India and Hjiypt as well as in the Roman empire and Tern indicate the enlightenment that char actcrzcd the peoples of those countries centuries ago lit some instances these great avenues were built for war purposes and yet were of immense industrial and commercial value to the people living in the countries where they were constructed I pon the attention paid to these great internal improvements de pended to a great extent the strength progress and enlightenment of these nations anti their marked superiority over thg savage ami semi civilized race who simply followed game trails and tunes of water com munication and whose progress and improvement in thousands of years arc scarcely perceptible The founders of our government strongly advocated the necessity of openingup and improving the means of internal communication The immortal Yashington retired from the pomp and circumstance of glorious war to occupy the honorable position of a sovereign citizen and while conducting time affairs of his plantation was preseident of a trans portation company The author of the Declaration of Independence the founder of one of our great universities and the eminent states man who gave to us tlifr vast empire west of the Mississippi was right when he said in a letter addressed to Ilumbjldt It is more remunerative splendid and noble for the people to spend money pit canals and roads that will build and promote social intercourse and com mercial facilities than to expend it on armies and navies Ill was right again when he said in a letter to James Ross experienced great satisfaction in seeing my country proceed to facilitate intercommunications of several parts by opening rivers canals and roads I low much more rational is this disposition of public money than that of waging war During the past hundred years the people of this country have dc voted more capital industry and enterprise to the construction of great commercial railways than have the profIle of any other country Our government has expended more than 440000000 for the im provement of our harbors and waterways If such expenditures of the national treasure have been made in the past for the development of rail roads and waterways is it not now mot appropriate that the improvement of our roads should receive national attention and government aid I have journeyed over the great Chinese empire embracing the largest population of any country on the globe yet it i in sonic respects the weakest as it has neglected one of the most important elements of national strength The people of one section of that great countn art totally uninformed and indifferent as to what is occurring in another part of their own land Without means of communication and intercourse there can be but little public spirit and patriotism as a result of thi the flags of all great military and naval powers arc now flying in the nrJ t important districts of that ancient empire- In our own country we find the conditions quite the reverse Mere the people rule tiwelfare of the republic dcwnds upon tile patriotism and intelligence of the masses In order that there may be the noblest and purest patriotism there must be universal intelligence Any measure therefore that brings to time homes of the American people the daily news of the world that gives the sovereign citizen the truth concerning the affairs of his own country that affords him a knowledge of the con ditions and necessities of his own people enables him to dUcjiargc his duties of citizenship benefits the entire country and gives trclgthand character to the nation The wealth of the nation comes primarily from the ground flic factory and foundry utilize the products of the soil and mine As agri culture is our principal industry so time great mass of our rural people are our main dependence their patriotism their public spirit their wel fare must ever be the salvation and glory of our republic Therefore every measure whether by the national government the state county or municipal authorities that can promote the welfare of time people should be most earnestly advocated Any road that can be made useful for industrial and peaceful pur suits can be utilized for military purposes This is not an empire or a military despotism anti therefore it is not necessary to construct roads for purely military purposes Our greatest strength and strongest safeguards arc in the clnractrr of our institutions and the sovereignty of our people and every mla ore that benefits them and preserves the character and integrity of our institutions promotes perpetuates and magnifies the prosperity and glory of our common country TIle Scholar and tIle Plain People By PROP WILLIAM D MAC CLINTOCK Of Chicago University rT HAT the scholar should become the exponent and tic fender of time plain people against all forms ofexploita lion executive progress unwarranted authority with riches and ease for time few with degrading service for time laboring multitude is surely not an irrelevant or urambitious cause for those who know the joy and profit of an ideally working commonwealth College tends to cultivate the independent judg mint tli feeling that things will wait and there is no haste or will rclurr and we nc1 not worry For this state of mind Jesus words come like a call Straightway he putteth in the sickle because the harvest is come Of the two diseases of the college mind in the first culture is forced the mind reaches forth beyond its natural stage of growth the boy will be a man Conceit selfconsciousness the imitation of mens vices take possession of mind which should be merely learning and playing This idle curiosity often leads to dire results This actual physical play with mind skirting the edges of vice with dainty dabbling hoping to escape notice is little worse than the imaginative bohcmianism which is one graceless product of the study of fine arts TJius I say that one class of college students taste or try to taste tire experiences of life before they matureThe other disease is that of the unready ttnrcaping mind trained to a Ilamlctlikc indecision that cannot precipitate itselfwith any exact knowledge or warm conviction The colleges tend to cultivate indecisive judgment the feeling that things will wait mill that there is no hurry The characteristics of a mind matured by education arc attainment of strong personal conviction and determination development of faith in human progress simplicity of mnd and freedom from provincialism WHEN SHALL WE WIN1 When mi we IIIIIIT Wliy when we lire Htrulglu to the mark und never tire 11hen we hold fait ui weve begun And illll work on till all Is dune When hull we win When tilled with iriil- We fmc the foe of common tal- nd llliiBl to the wind each tent Uodn truniwt ulotve we hear hIIlIIn we wlnT When were content To lilt nor Hi retreat eonoont Iteoitl to nliiin the recreunti utiHmr And lather choose u murtyri name WMI jtmlt wo wlnT TU beat to wi What we da from day to JiiyT With truth mind faith In truth we dare Not fiilnt or fuller or denpulr The cause of Itlaht li charged to win Omnipotence le not with siu Since itod U ling hits came will cue The light and crown of victory He this our CHUM tlTiil we endure Till this will keep our conscience Kire And when the riKhteotMcmiiehnt won wa too hnll hear the wank Well done Itev Urtwjion llurim D U tn National Ailvocutc hU A THRILLING SCENE Uxr of Ilir Mini lii lilrnl f Oir IIrdg signintr trMIUrine Vnuril Among the mauy hopeful tlgns Indies lug temperance progrcsn none are more enconradngthanthelnterealeverywheretaken signing crusade Inaugurated by the Na tlonal Temperance society November 23 1M2 Since that time nearly n000000 pledges haVe been sent out free by the society In response to application and these applications have come from churches anti Sabbath schools of all de nominations and from all temperance organizations Now the Kpworth league plans a similar pledgesigning crusade Many ot the reports that are being received by this society are deeply Inter Tiiuiiu i HAVI BIUNIU eating Some of them describe thrllllni ice n M as witnessed at public meetings Take the following ln tarce It was u mUfil audience that gathered in the hall among them was one poor woman who had talon away from bar povertystricken ruined home when she had left her babes who weak with hunger hall wept themselves to sleep Vlth borrowed cloak to hide her destl tutlon tide sorrowing woman had fount n place among the crowd who had gath cred to hear from a stranger how the victims of rum could be nivcxl and their darkened homes made bright With intense Interest she listened to the speaker who In the tale he recited was describing her own case Ho lulls of hope but nothat never can bo hers If he her husband was here perhaps and then n deep deep sigh bursts front her lips but she llntciis still and more Intently to the epakerg muting word until her heart la full and looks around to see what effect the words ot the speaker has upon her neighbor What ails the woman Whom has she stcn among limo crowd Hcrehcoki are Hushed with burning crimson and her eyes are bright with living fire I- tisIt must be lm She cannot mU taken in him Yw tie her husband Jar back amongst the crowd he stands with folded arms his gaze Intent upon the speakers face deep earnestness is stamped on every feature as he gazes on See he dashes a teardrop from his eye What has moved The slmpl story ofa womans faithsn wound ing patience The wife watches him Bha sees him dash away the teardrop A gathering mist Is In her own eyes bill rho forgets It all forgets all but tier other self Now the speaker closes and there Is a stirring among tho crowd Stepping down from tho platform the speaker takes his place by the table on which Is an open book and In kindly persuasive tones Invites the audience to sign time pledge snake way Tho figure of a man ad vances down the aisle Steadily IK presses his way to tho table Behind that flgtiro Is a female forma shadow a pale faded thing so feeble that she can not stand but leans upon his shoulder with ono hand clasping his arm There I have signed exclaims the man and now my wife come homo and let us pray tonight Stop ono mo ment What n hand Is hers So thin go trembling yet shin grasps as It It wero a rod of Iron to Inscribe deep words of mercy on tho rock forever They pass out together that penni less and friendless pair strong In each others truth rich lntcnch others fove Weeks glide away months and today they are now so happy blest with a beautiful homo and rosy children Such are the scenes which cheer on every hand the laborers In Jhlspledgc signing crusade National Advocate EYE STRAIN AND DRINKING Tlii liilltnnlr llrlnllnn llrtrrrrn tM listl iritr llrlnkliiB In June KyriluM =Dr lould of Philadelphia whose axe ccllcnt papers on eye strain In litera turn mid timong literary men has opened u new field for the study of causes nnd conditions which inllucnc civilisation line mentioned a most practical fact which can be confirmed In every study of Inebriety He says In isle Cleveland lecture that tin enormous waste for alcoholic drlnka during the past year can be traced lit at least onetenth of the medal loss tu time evil effects of eye strain on the nervous system and digestive organs The alrcplcttiutss and the Irritation with disturbed digestion described by this term nervousness hnVfnohe bilious ness is traceable to eye iilralns One cat readily nee how these conditions would call for the narcotism of aloe hol Recently a number of utilities have been made of the eyes ot Inebriates and the Injury found Is very ex pnslvn nnd widespread Whatever the tondl tlon of oho eye may have been tiefor alcohol was used time eye more than alt the other Ill Buffers from the con tinuous or periodic use of spirits Dr Coulita most miRRpatlve statement W a fact which every llItIIlIt of Inobrkty sal understand unit confirm la nutty WIII Even the severe arraignment ot alcoholic teaching In public schools is rw ptptr with fuels allowing the value ol the work and the accuracy of the booki which are comlcmed Altogether thlt report Is a most powerful argument suv talnlnj the experience of railroad tern panics corporations and all em ployers of labor The critics who de clare that alcohol has a food and stint ulant value are theorists If their con tention Is true why should corporation regard the moderato use of alcoho with fear alarm among their cmptuyeal Why hoiiM railroads discharge moder ate drinkers and Insist on total shill nence In all persona In their emjloyl In reality all directors and manager ot railroads and corporations are becom lug more and more insistent that their omnloyM should be temp ratr Tht mercantile agencies rate vet y low n to mpondblllty all person who drink t excess or oven to moderation Hhl la the teaching of exrwfcnc and Is growing very rapidly In all hail new circles Recent scientific ej rt moms showy that the modrrate at well II the Immodvratfi use dull the senses and diminishes till capacity te reason clearly and altORMlior mfecWn the brain In lu actlvltle This fxplalai why persons using spirits hare less ea pacity and control of tbrmaelvusndare weaker than total nlxtalner The theory ttnt alcohol has value as a fool Ir stimulant dine hard slut jjrry your exiKirloiior hastens lu crrtaio death Journal of Inebriety CAUSES CANCER nrrarrh PriMr Thul Alrnlinl h Ioli il Irlr tn Thl bread lIrnc Tho statement of Dr Wolfe on the crease of cancer In tho Nlnotnnth Cen tury showing a very dOle connoctlon between Inebriety and this til lease has attracted a grunt deal of attention and received utrlklng confirmation from many source Ur Wolfe was lest to this belief by notlrliiR n very hUh rate ol mortality train cancer In districts where spirits was largely used Wherever the amount ot spirits rotmimed was lay crcancd the prevalence of cancer wai most noted Other observers have ob icrvrd thin connection but hive not been able to find other reasonable causes Ono fact U verywell under BltMxl that the high consumption ol plrIU lowers tho vitality aunt cncour aRM toxaomle conditions which are fa vornblo to tho growth of cancer or other obscure grin dUcaie One author hat tracod the prrvalnnco of cancer In pet sons with an Inebriate ancestry In 1 case under my care of four children born of Inebriate parents two died from cancer one was an epileptic and the third a short period of drinking died latter pneumonia It Is very evident further researches and studies In direction wlllshow tome relations auneled us to cause and effect that are not now NEWS AND COMMENT The vote of the American citizen is ono of the greatest moral levers or one of the greatest crlmo force In our civ IIIzaUonNutionalidoratt Wo license men to sell drink Time drink sold make men drunk Tint drunkard commits murder The murderer la hanged Who Is responsible National Advocate lIst month Stoddard county Mo voted MTU for no license 1091 for lease The people were jubilant on learn- Ing the result Over 200 children marched through the streets with ban ners and singing temperance songs Alderman White of Birmingham speaking at Cardiff said ennui give you 100 cases and 100 after that and 100 after that of men who have commie under my notice who have become trophies of Dlvlno grace through the simple act of signing the pledge and keeping it A Plllliy llFiiinl A man died In the city hospital oC tit UiulB the other week who had made a unique record for himself in time matter of whisky drinking and chewing tobacco According to ids own untcmortcm statement In 13 years ho took 1721 drinks anti chewed 1205 plugs of tobacco A pastor writes Hero Is a study of misplaced energy To deliberately set out as a life task to chew Wilt much tobacco and expectorate enough to float a battleship and then to sonic In addition so much whisky could any punishment be more tlrrlbleany record more foully usdeslI7j BECKHAMS MESSAGE Tlio Governor IijrosMany Needed Itclbrius in Kentucky The Donded Debt Wiped OutSchool Docks and the Prices Paid For ThemColored People Can Solve the Race Problem flop llectfhani mcsage la In pnrt t yUeiiIl of tin ftrnrrn Aw oinlil tlila rrnulur PeslIu of year rm n itirinliir of the IrKlntutl IHill of HIP Hit K itrrmtliMlt with Ih h Hiitlon or time Itxiil ut Ol dsyp II Is iinrlHnl that you take n prompt nud IMnun None of the work lie fort tT UIP furiiir cnnilltiitliin It was Iop In onc day rut ii iiill to l o lntril pniMiil In Mill hour KlKiiPil by prubnhlyIKHinl Idea uf In what Hie Mil run iiil KollonltiB ilw riinllliitloniil r iniiirtilit It now UkoH nrarly two k for it bill rvrn mider UK niiwl Mlile niitilrm In an YlirotiKh tin tur truck itf IrglNliitlvv roiitlnn tul1 Itntnt lulu im A spry mniill Ier of all UK hill liilnKlnril will- r IIP oornKliTiil ir by lit two err iitkl fur that ivHiHin suggcpt mi iiulrktv whiitow the whmil Unns huff DIP east friiin the mil tin from tin miiicrimmr Ililtl Ilne may it HMM 10 mh inniMinir- i t uf pftutknl b1I1 tit the Moplr Dont Need Many More Laws id ofulltliHi t1 HfTalrK In HIP roininoi x lih In mili to lu ilfttmnil v iry hilt ilitlnn aI till HIHI IIWIwIN run baa IHIMJ ot III the usual length ur r MMMlnii vary gratlfvloK to nil our Ioopl the 111 of Hffnlrii HirouKhoi nnnOnwettli nrwr llPltlT iirMnt n IpHin and r nli ntinpiil exbt 1 where Hit lire miiMlnl sad ill IM rou flu of Juiillro hue iirnvr fN1vu rrpcllvp In mliicliiic rrtm in the linlnlmr tlon of law jiroi and pntvpprily ron wu In rrerI- on more tirilnl thus evr Infore lit Invmlril In for ilcvoliipnipnt of Iha- hes rwmiirrrii utsl our Iaept0 riRlIx Hunt eer tin lirlllliint uplMirliinltl- rmtvaiiwment ash mjilrvrmcnt Iwfur in I lip flniiniHil rotiillllon of the nlnlP Run trill lh tinIjrimniMtl i Ililon Tltp pulillc limlllnllon clmrl IP mill tvltuutlniinl neotl front thl J wrnl imwmlilv mallpr nppntirlaIons in ttttE ttar rrulrt for many year Bonded Debt Wiped Out Tits Iximlnl dbl of Hir stale HIIIUUMI It u mit 11111111101 S1a41- lwJ ath tlm r with the exception nr t 10 er was n rwil1 tMlNiMe In th IrA ttalprifsltt in Mlwtn nr iilorjlliHiil neei Ir imtttey than upunt Ttii lnl Rettera smnhly wwa very lltwrnl In Hppro MUM nnil ihejr nrron dllion ihHt Ihey rrpke Ittf It sal IKIII The tuily urgent tieee Itjr tar uctli oiNMi your mrt towun the in me Htlimt i tirovlde prnP iirrtiM In tlirlr ntiwiliy TeM shout two ran these i hre tiiBlllutlonn parr- lnea cmwilnl that ll has In dltll roll and In many r1I lmio ll 1n to rrovM ommiKlill M fur HW psurgta Have to Stay In Jail PraQUrntl Mrt NHIrntn nflw hcrlni l vrn ailJiMik r nn iiaml mind lueIft n rmsln In llnlr rnunl Jat far a nine until v rnrp IpUld srts n r ino nvyluiDH Yon hW IhN eunrlhlnj lu rrlklr ride etylwt I ii IMK ItOt rrqulrr IrRe marl v lo ila u 14m- r NI Is h hr IfIttlIulln o- fttp kind ft a r iitull another fiIqsty and n lionirn iipim 4I lit IIHtririiy ran tit mr tuvrti tHUvr rnrt IH slly br hafltllmc nil 11at mum to all or mat d lh pno nl aIums- 1hc two twt was rap ill Imnklnrl th otlHN nt IJMrvlll Musks u nlllltbntMninc of thIr odllhn Thy Ukrcl to uiiilir Uw former vynlrin nr maiwn1 MM n Inner xlnP In lire trM andI- 1M user of s Kfntt dual of truublc 1i taw wan Ilowrpr rnillrally rlutitnd h ors Ihvtr ha a nmrkrl fur pro iiiiit Mlir ttirn Tin stale rrfurHiHtory fur youlhfii rliiiinl HI lr lnntiin coniMn tv II 1begypnt irnl w rihy unit It houlil by car itll r a pull tt I 4kour Kttrtitlin Miwclally to the ept rl st tIM nuBorlniriidMit o ubuc In ru in for tin Infurinitlnn whist It step Mton th nlijmt of fMlurntliro j lir In the pips slut for Ihi ruates- twt hI nakm fur linprovvnitnt Schoolbook Law Thr mom Imponnni fmtur nf IliU mil M U milHiInn of rhuoiiHKika and ihi price t nld fur them l icltlatlor p this matter U ilimHiiilnl by tier Ie pi nmt ahtl Ihiy hnvi brrn II al- iphal vrrMl tlmm In lie mnt In r lo It Ihrrr l every ypnemlerrto h ft c rinlily hull without foil tpa Mil itxiiiit mnnlinum prlrra for iihoolliooki ti mtulilUliloc lnli xinlfortnlly ihi texts II U not nn xiKrlincut for 4tnr dales luivc Hilnplnl nadlttine hr iinlvrrwitl llfnrory wherever tt ii Iwwn trleT Tin iiroH r purl tUlu nnl lintl onr the men iiuentlon n i uhethrr nr not onr spited children null In able In nirihniM their lunik Vxiit nnvthlrd leN limn they now wy fur tinin that H Mirprliiliiit any one ah std olijert In II who are hi rented In the teakhllptopto nnil ore tit iroin of Riitlnn Hi lilitlnnt price II fur their book It niinoiimtiry r rerli nil the mlvHntMSiK of such I the qiieiltun its teen hofore Ihs I ipit lone lt fimnreH and uii taw been no tlioruuuhly 511cupsrd tli ttument bronchi mttliinl II hove Innn oiniilitely cxi u eii In their ncnkumx UlncrIU and the tact has lpr11 r as yr y esldbtlshed we Arf iili higher irlee fur brooks thnn are ild for the nine looks In sent whore h liiw Imvn hn iMmwrinl of this aP tern writ iindpmliMiiI tin the pi liavo reaion Lsvrtight Impitlrnt r Diction mid lo IXIMHI general npeulbly ti fiilllll the pent loliR Inn de lo them ami plitrn UIHUI Htnlulu bwik n law of no much good ii thp rum of ciliiwtlon ninl to the red of tin tor iwiiplc of the plate Olhpr pitygpulioiiii offrctltiB the Ito ovcmcnt of our roinmoii nclinol Myptein IV bo foniiil In the retort of the PIIIHT +nlschools 0 nllrintcnnlnat ilonp mnkp for n tips Invratnipiit of llx money Vireo In cxlumllon of chllilrvn thenIlk iro rrcomniPiMl 1t you nuke until iMtmitlal rro o In the xchool Hind In iKr Hint the IciiKih of the HCliool Iran ruy be extended fiom live lo nix or noven 1nllin a Tim Acrlrulliirnl and 5ti clmnlcnl rule co nf Ifxlncton la ltmN4IlIliiln proprun tits rmiKii of lilnlior slue It luivrt every n HMiiiiy ttM mid ItirouniRfmont In hp work Admirably locnlpd laid will rqtilppnl It le llnril In Him with tho lrorItInittutlnncln IhrtlnutliIllgstRgeatlthatY- ou make a rnnful Invcptlpiitloii of Its and r iUlrrmriiln and nn fur 4N roiiHJKtpnl with the titutc moiinx ilo nil tint popvlhlc fur Ita Uovclopnunt and growth 1 ho Normal and Industrial Iimllttitp for tolorpilIwrdningigesnl1workClsfornth furl nnil al met It linn birii RvniToiKly t Ian nlntp nnl In tlpwrvlni any nilill tlonnl lnlp It may need Solving the Race Problem The colored people of Kentucky can ulvo tile nonilled rnoo problviu tar briinelvm If they cnn reach the point where their rare prejudice cnn not bn tlrred up In every contest and If they wilt tint allow IrreaponMble delil iciixurn to tlrh Hiem that their white Ie mhburii nro their ptienileH rather thnn heir friends The negroes have never had teller frleilit thnn tho Willie people of yfititucliy iat e lain to them fur al 9fthnhtaxce theyharupL rnlpcrielttrellto f hare ptunlly In the nshoal funds HIP whit olillilrin of Ills shale williI Alunit HIP line of linliiiitrnl told it training Hipr nut IwHer their ind miki tlmnuielveii worthier of the prlvllrfii of flllseiiHhhi MIIII of the most lull ifujiixlitfnl dere III the Ntiitt hula IIVKIIII to retijlze these fact iiml HIV ilnlnc muili goat snotg them towuni morn neintllilti end IraIlea l Impnucinpiu of the rare The o men rernicnlre the InipoxHlliMlty and sb mirdlty of iMielul equullly b t een the races sit you to flake a romiiarlMon of this hauls In the iiiiillturn reiioriH of Ills nniouiitM paid li the plate each year for the rupfHirt of IHIIIIHT IdloU and oberveto went nn nliirmlnK extent tits Imp ultlon In lerowliiR rrom JunO IWi III June UIIJIII txperi e Increiimd from 110114 ii6rt I miRniit tliii you on anon the Into thud the touuly haU imy oiiPhnlf of HIP Male khuil be forced half Thin will put u ctinililarnWe check Silo tho drain and II la not hhtg mote Hun Mr anti rea onnble Money Recklessly Wasted Vou rlunlil ulso examine the flRiirm la lie rriiorti In reRard to this com of crln Inal prorrruiloini mid to what xlIItllipup rxlllUPP hutp crown TI TP In II rrckles wn le of the iliiteii money In thlr matter mid Hoinethlnc hould b dune by you to put an end In IL Irulnrlegt latlon IIHIII tliN Hiibject and tit Idiot cliilmx would pure tin vial lIror SJ per annum wlllioiit tn tug nny one nil lnjmtlc or In the InPI ImtiHlrlnic the public irrvlce- ou will heiir niueh during tlla yemil n upon the subject ot an appropilutlon to sari new capllal his lldiigs In this PIIIII to the glienil itHKembly ol PXlire eil my oplnlcyi nl oiit ll mid Ihal 01ilnlon It Hie pit now II wu tInTie ktiiip if better whip now limn evt r liifor to build a m d cnpliol suggeat that lu nny proponed bill for thin purleiFe you Him every ponKlble prevention- and lufeglluril are liiken that thus Onts InlertMi nu be protn tnl and not a lir of the approprtulloti CUll be uhdor mb4ptdFor the Worlds Fair You will also IIP called upon ti mull pool niHiroitrlatlun to aid the Kenliiek pxhlblt ut the IxuiUlnnn PiircliHre IxfaPllkon In tll Ioub Ill eor t molter of enterprUInK Ktit Itmen In tile pint nfter the fiillure ut the Ut Kneral n Nml lv in appropriate money for thtt puriHMe turmoil m nmuMlntlon ninl rnlst ioirm fund with Mhlili they tins toad n start for this Kentucky exhibit thenThey hats nut n miltlcltnt amount rrthe purKw ii ml therefore nek van ttnnki mine appropriation thnk It would be veil to do m provided Part un npproprlnllon would not Interfere will nn hoarse e In the KIIIM fiinJ or will rniillolTheprobably to liitter comllttAn thnn ercr before rrryou to the report of the iidjutHnt Bnirn1 lllll you tnn use silt lisp detHllM as to liiiulltliMi and strength We have tx0 reKlmeiiK of Inrnnlry wlih r virul ur liCUfilMViiiiHinleii one Imttnllon of are Illlrry anal u inop of rivalry There are- two object In view In tile tMiititlidinifti of stile Mate Riianl the fiml la to hate time military fore ready fur artlte nerv ee lo all he rourl atsl civil iilllliorl appltnueeInnedlnnp ltuIIIIC the ant adtnlnlalnr Him efrr the rporcnnlMtlon of thus KUltI there never wan a nxiuent made utan Ire b any judise or outer cell oHI wulbltornd numttprii fur the uprvlce as prompli rglIIIPA Boost For the Soldier Ooys Thu peklut rharacler of our tnte- tnwlw tAhswp IV their valuable perk Is BremliJH enuoly durlllC the trPt rlIuletrtheir prnetup there for several numthp nuthorhlhae Ind rrc for the law In hMl Counts aulllrr lace lieen withdrawn frsm- Ihrr pod liellwe thui the gall err rtih ortonly will from now on mak jirr for troop lo be ent there- Reta This ci dltn there for n while Were rprv unforlunale though they were gnhrx5M5 fptei h propntlunsl Jrur Hurts mnIug whom It has been tulle n Uphlon In iMiInt a lurid rommtep out of RI iy trigty In ICenlueky Our Ptale lens bade tlnIPlrt nod prey of thew yrklp repre enlHtlvmi of the ypllov o irnal In the north sad eaul With norbhl greed they seize upon every rrlnv mimltled here and dlvplay It in the unt extnviiRant manner while n dtn lIr crime committed eUewhere reeelvei iiilv a iMmlnR notlre The effort IP mad lor them to dl rpnt the entire tate mid Ir 1111 create hp lmpre loii Inlet II jtruplp ore barely chlllxetl Should Rebuke Slanderers Tlir aarder should lie reliuke1 wher er pttlbl end It would bll well foi rest to n law liolllnc lo penal nc ountalillliy these lrre ionlble romuncen Who send oit fiuli inl reire ntiitloir and fdlwhiMMU Tulle of Kentuek- ren Ill lawabldlnc op ally on corlli life 111117 and property art an rare and well 1hIsay that Hipre wj not a dny during the art year that human life wa out safei countythanhleiRii or Nrm Vork from the aneulnare iiiliiiiin tit whoiw veracious juiirnal Ile erpM have Ireii tnhd day after duty of she awash rel cn of lawleiiaiiepp nud rime In Kentucky The outcome anil Irooburalma unit 1Ipls of Kentucky amt awed the upremncy of law In tlds- Stilt call our attention to the ahle and jlttnble retort of the plate board or h ealth nhitwlni av It iW the excellent publichsahhPaying the Debt In pissing title Pdtnmunlcntlon to you rrmtt me to upeiik brielly of HIP oblige tiins whleh HP the executive anti you the letfilntlve abler of the state overnmeni owe to tine Krtnt iKHijde who huts chimen in for the tine HP their uhlle xrvantx and Invented us with th ileHin re Hiniibtllilep or our ptllnu Our debt lo them cnn not Itoills IrrInlnrWith its mnrvelou growth and motel tee achievement In n little over a con Jury pprlimhiK from Infancy to the front of rue nailnnt of the ourlh we err Jtintly proud of It Hash boaut nf UK greatness lut let tip realize that UN future run not secure Its iroereeK can not contlnno unI Its ple can nut unle those clmrKrd with the controlnail cone duct of Hie Government shall he Iutely faithful and Incorruptible In the ierclxe of their authority How grout therefore U the duty we owe Kentucky ho e welfare null destiny have seen inpornrlly InlruHted to our cant what alchfnlncHi plionld we gluefin her In lrrPt what illllRince devoto in her development and proupprlty with What rigor and courage should we meet nud overcome lhrpewhin would deKHil hr whether they hold come us open lemlen ur nuns In the mnre poIIMieil nail niKeroUrt gulls of those who eeek by llclil Ied uluIre to vligrnfl themnelvim Ilk pa m IPIlMu imlltlc what pleptsanrse nnd valor chould wr stand like fentlilelv guarding the ou- tpat of her honor and pence Kentucky Deserves the Best Site denerven the bet we ran do her nnbta people are worthy of the concecrn 11 to their pervliv of every talent old abiIty we have They Irate no alrneyn or liibhylnin to nleud their euus- but with n truntlni faith lint loyal up- port they look lo im mud npk that we t- b4t forget them mid that we reward the mlldemii they hove placed In uy by nn honest anti consclentloUH performance of- our duties Let u therefore dtirlni you- rseslsn here thin winter look tho fold- over and see what goal we eon do see there are any imeful lawn wo cnn pans nny hail 0nss defeat pre If we ran hT any action of ours make Hie lIIrll more cheerfully In our homex and the Unlit of Intelligence In the tutees Our children l eam with greater bright nNaa nee too If nnywroiiR cnn IIP icme Itstl It any rlRht justly due can be crunl nit and se0 nboV thtlRs that hues wuphe who huts so truntiil and honored up n ver have reason to reproach up fur u wrung done or n duty unper format J f V liKCKIIATlI- CSoveruor of Kentucky January 3 INI FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington Jan 5SenateTits- enates first session following the hot May reecsa watt devoted entirely tll Panama Ircslilunt Itoosovelt sent n message on tint subject which was re celled with great Interest DUciifisli speedleebeingagainst the policy whlca has been pursued House With tits reassembling of congress Moniluy alter the recess the chaplain of the house In opening the session of that body prayed that war between Kusula and JUlian might Ill Averted by a peaceful ailjnstmcht of their dllterences A privileged resol thou offered by Mr Hay dent recited that certain statements contained lu the Hrlstow post olltce report reflected mi the membership of the house It provided for an Investigation by u committee to be appointed by the speaker A point of order was made against tho resolution by Mr Gardner Hen N YwaK overruled and the saute fate met Jlr Payne rep N Y who illsired to refer the resolution to till post oinco committee A vat on ordering the previous question resulted In a tie the minority supporting Sir Hay Washington Jan rSen1telroc senateTuesdayMr Unlgo on the nlMiatlon on the idle mua of Panama lie discussed tie nb utract qiustlon of the right of the president to recognize the Inilcpcm care of a nation and concluded that excillshcIHe also contended that there had been uprisingIathe HnyHerran treaty and declared that tin president oonld not have done less than inform himself of the pro pert Mr Lodge argued that our In terventlon In Panama haul been 1013 It the Interest of peace and contended stepbNllutiftc The prlrlleged renolutlo providingformrntH In the Ilrlstow post oltlce report reflecting on this membership of the nubile Tuesday was referred to the romnlltee on post olllces and post roadH on motion of Mr Payne N Y tilt majority loader Eight republican voted with the minority on Mr nays motion to order the previous questlor which was lost nnd three republican voted with the ihmocratlc minority iigaliint the motion to refer Tile ma canal was read In the house WashliiKton Jan iSedateAllege- ed Irregularities In till iK st office do imrtnient eonstltnted the only thenu In the senate Wednesday The question came up on a motion Urst made by Mr LotlRP lout afterward by Mr Purnse to refer tie earmark resolu lon looUliig to n senatorial Investlga thou of the rust olllce department to the nmmlltee on post olllce nnd past prod The democratic senators n tsted the motion and contended that- the country would not be satisfied with all investigation of ndepartment made hy the deiKtrtmcnt Itself House The only measure consider ed In the house Wednesday was o bill Introduced by the delegate from Ha wall to ratify an act of the Hawullat eclslature authorUfng the manufac lure and distribution of electric light and power on the Island of Clina the territory of Hawaii OwliiR to the oh ectlons made to the bill It was come nit lod to the committee on territories Washington Jan SSnallllrMorgan occupied the time of the senate Thursday In a reply to the speech of Mr Lodge dfver d last Tuesday ilr Morgan again criticised the President anti tile altitude of this government In connection with the Panama epnbllc lie Introduced numerous newspaper extracts to hear out his intention that the revolution was as Isted by olllcers and cUfzons of tb rtllled States Mr Morgan said thai If the United States should withdraw rom the Isthmus Colombia would ulclily drive out the few revolution Isis and their supporters RIVER IMPROVEMENT BIII of the Utmost Importance Intro duced In the House Washington Jan 11A bill of the tmost Importance In the effort to get a niuu foot channel In the Ohio river from PlttaburK to Cairo ling been troduced In the house by lcprescnta thc DaUell It opproprlaten 20n0Hi for the purpose of having a survey tnado trout Plttsburg to the mouth of- the Big Mlrni river It Is Intended to ipplemcnt a similar hill Introduced early In tile session by Representative rcheson That bill appropriates nn equal amount fop a survey from the mOllth of the MlR Miami to Cairo Thl- hili directs tho secretary to muse survey to ho made of the river for the irposo of estimating the probable cost of a nine foot channel between the points mentioned nt a cost not to ex reed the sum mentioned Medal For Benjamin Franklin Washington Jan Representative dams of Pennsylvania traduced I- Ibill Tuesday providing for the striking of n medal In memory of Henjamln rnnUlln to commemorate the 00th inlverfnry of hit birth which occurs inunry 17 190C A single medal shall be struck in gold anti shall he vent to- Ihl republic of France anti ISO Impres skins shall he struck In bronze 100 of which shall bo distributed by the lIlIsl- dllIt oust 50 for thu use of the Amerl can Philosophical society To Restore Dismissed Middies Washington Jan S Representative Lacey of town Introduced a bill Thursday to restore to the naval ncad culy the three midshipmen recently smlssed for Lazing Tho expelled cadets arc from Ohio Iowa and V1- seonsin Gov Tafts Nomination Wabhlngton Jan SThe senate mmlttee on military affairs Thurs dll y authorized Senator Koraker to re- pmt favorably the nomination of GOY Iecro11M L unu THE TRAIN TO TRUNDLEBED very DIRM when theun tctt down The trtiln lulus out for Truudlebtd town For Trunllclx town thou Is far away In a land where goblins and elves hold sway A land that is hummer tee whole year through The grass ever green the sky ever blue And every night hn the rrnrs look COWD The train puIU out lor Trundit4 loans ChooChooChool Hushaby the bell Is rlrglne hnoChooChoolluhub otearn ts singlrg KlnKlnK rlPKhiic ringing AlnsTt hoo hooIChool Iuhn N IIHllardJii four Treck News TOM WAS ASTONISHED Suunp flt lips n hrletun ult Ls perlenee U lileli Ur VIII Nut forget Very Soon Thomas was a very exemplary cat except fur the fact that he was Inquisi tin Ills cold nose would be stuck into the jars and pitchers on the table until they gave him the name of Snoop Cat which hurt his feelings It was Christmas ova when Thomas wandered Into the diningroom My thats a funny looking box over there by the fireplace Wonder whats In It said he to himself Ueen told not to touch hlngs that didnt concern me but Id certainly like to know what It h Wonder If Ifd hurt Just to push that hook back and look In Ill die if I dont see whats In there Softly he stole up and pushed thewlre took back Must be saute sort of a ChrUtmas present for Rill If I see It first that will be a Joke on him wont Fizz squeak slap slam bans wow Ip clew the cover and out of the ilT MK BACK OK CfllSE box crime the worst ootctng ogre that ever disgraced a fairy tale What dyer mean yon rascal shrieked the figure Oh groaned puss as he shrank back trembling this Is co sudden I should say it was said the ogre I had Just settled down for the night hoping to get some rest before those chll dren got hold of me tomorrow and here you come snooping around and meddling with the hook and my iprfin sprang and now were in a pretty mess for cant get back In the box by myself tomorrow Is Christmas What shAll I do asked Thomas lut me back of course you stupid Rut I cant get you back Thats Just the moral of the whole affair snapped the ogre One never can do over what they have undone which Is to say they can never undo what they have did which is to say that Rut Thomas was so terrified that he did not wait to hear all the moral Cin cinnati Commercial Tribune BOY SCHOOL TEACHER AIllioiiKh Hut in Viur end lie 1ar- ruprd n 1uiill Wl IaN Ncnrl- jThrlrr HUVclflil The youngest pedagogue In Stlssourl and perhaps lu the United States Is teaching a country school near Gaines yule In the Ozcrk mountains He U Glenn Harrison aged 13 years Glenn Is the eldest sou of Guy T Harrison a lawyer He completed the course of study of the Gainesville public schools In March 1902 The some month hu took the ex animation given candidates for third grade teachers certificate In Ozark county making u good average and se curing a certificate He continued to study and just after he became lu years old ho took the examination for UmeIbelrg 93 por cent Mi Harrison bee lieved his promising son was too young to teach ant refused to let him accept several often But one tray when his father was absen attending court Glenn took the job of teacher of a rural district tho directors of which came and offered him the place Ho began work before his father returned and the latter finding him so ambitious decided not to Interfere Glenn now has 29 pupils The major ity are larger and older than he but he maintains a degree of discipline which many older and more experienced teachers may well envy How are you getting along Glenn naked his mother one day when he came home at the end of a weeks work I had to whip several of the boys the youngster replied It turned out that among others he had larruped an obstreperous youth that weighed ISO pounds Glenn doesnt weigh much more than hall Lhat Kansas City Journal ARE FIERCE FIGHTERS The pals In AVIione Country Ihr Initial lroior to luruttryll- nndy with WmpoiK In Africa there are many native warriors but as the accompanying pic ture shows few are as picturesque at those of the Masai tribe which has for many generations made its home In British East Africa To this tribe peculiar Interest attaches just now and for the reason that Its members are scattered over that portion of the coun try which has been promised t the Zionist colony and which Is known ai A NASAl WAURIOP The IromifPil Lard Though com paratlvely few In number these Mas warriors are fearless and independent Cad those iho have studied them dose ly say tht they are becoming more and more opposed to the British on accotii of thr highhanded manner in whlc they are parceling out the country which they rightly or wrongly regard as theh own properly However this may be it IP certain that these stalwart flghtln men are well worthy of study a fact 01 which ethnologists have recently become aware AWFUL SWEAT BATHS nlivr tarp of Alnvkn llnvr a lIarlll Time tlrenfhTnLe111rirWeeLI Boys who make a fuss because their parents oblige theta to take frequent baths should be glad that they are not Eskimo children living on the shores of Norton sound In that cold region of Alaska all the boys are obliged te take a great bath every week and this bath is no joke A fire of driftwood le buts In the center ot the boor of the kashimtaeo- neroomed house where the men and boys of a village pass most of thlf- limpand when the smoke has passed oil and the wood Is reduced to red glowing coals a cover is p over the smokehole In the roof and the placi bolI take off their furnacelikeIland seems on the point of blistering Owing to the Intense treat the bath ers are obliged to wear respirators tc protect their lungs These respirator are pads of shavings bound together concave on the Inside and convex ot the outside and large enough to covei the mouth nose and part of the cheeks of the wearer Across the Inside runs a little woodei bar which Is lucid In the teeth tc lees the respirators In place The boys sit there until they are drip ping with perspiration Then they rust outside Into the Intense cold and roll in the now E W Nelson who spent between foUl and five years lu Investigating for tin government the Eskimos living about Behring strait says On several oc casions I saw them go front the sweat bath to holes In the ice on a neighbor Ing stream and squatting there pout Ire water over their backs and shoulders with a wooden dipper apparently experiencing the greatest pleasure trout the operation Although the Eskimo boys seem to withstand such M bath as this all right and even to enjoy 1t It would In all probability kill any white boy whc tried it Chicago Inter Ocean JOHNNYS LATEST ESSAY Subject Is rile lion and tlir Knotrl ruse lee Dluplnya Mill Iruve Him Star Scholar The hog is called a hog bcuz he makes a hog of himself It runs In the family All hogs ore hogs The hog has two sides to his character one of which Is good to eat and the other we cant so cordjully admire As- nn article of diet the hog is one of the warmest friends to the human raCE that I know of Most of him Is good for food and the rest Is useful In making sausage bristle brushes and other utensil Nearly everythlr3 ubout him Is palatable but his voice The latter always seem to me to sound as If it had kind o coured It Is said that you cant make a sle purse Au lafilethogs ear I have never heard of any fool big enough to try It As a citizen the hog U not so warm Ills manners and instincts are gross In the extreme and huts sole ambition pears to be to eat from early morn till tar Into the night When a man Is dead he becomes the late Mr SoandSo and WQ say nice things about him When a hog Is dead he U pork and pa often says Confound this pork When I eat too much pa calls me a pig A pig Is a hogs little boy This is all 1 know about the hog How Races Are Timed In filing a racing man tnt watch Is started at the crack of tho pistol and tovped when the runner breasts the tope When three watches are held on- a race it Is the custom to take the avert- age time ty111T JSOffEverything is iu the uanio whan it comes to Witch Bezel Salvj E rW ill Gi of Chicago discovered some years ago huw to make a salve specificforand protruding piles eczema cute burns bores and all skin disease DoWilfg Salve has no equal This has given rise to niiraorouslworthlojn counterfeits Ask for DeWitts tha genuine Sold by East End Drug Cu Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky StUIIwI tpitalamI t 180 I 000 WH solicit your pllrotrage JAMHS RKNNKTT 4kreh- S S PARKICS Cashier tnTry a fif bottle of llcrbino notice tbo improvement npeetUly nITectml in your appetite energy struiitli and vigor Wiitcti how it bri litutiH the spirit fives freedom frtnu Iiuliyestiou and Debility laitacStorf revs Mo writes Sept 10th IKiO 1 was in ball health I had stomach trouble fur 12 mouths also dumb chills Dt1 W blow jresoribwl Her im it curt1 mo in wo wtwks I cannot recouuneud it too highly it will tit all you claim for it Sold by East End Drug Co tWa promptly obliln U slat lorrliu i IIrree IIsT ONF MIMrTK One Minute Couglt Cure jives relief in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and at the sain time clears the phlegm draws out the inllamtnation aud heals and soothes the nffedcd parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards oil pneumonia and is a harmless nod never failing cure in all ctirabln cases of Coughs Colds and Croup Ono Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless nnd good alike for young and old Sold bjf East End Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Watch and clock rejairiug sri tM specialties of William shop Agency a N Ltundry Take sit your trouble to klm Work guaranteed EARLYTti RISERS tITTtEf IttS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headachs Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles aria Ine from an Inactive or sluggish liver OeWllls Ullla Early Riser are un promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure to lake them One lo two act as a mild laxative two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver TUI DEAUI CAS SUmt US- PSIPapxe III 6CDWIt 4 CoClalcado THE CITIZEN BRIEFANDTO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Attempt to Rote Hunk It Frustrated Mnn Arrested For Shooting Cousin Volcanic Eruption Feared Utt At tucks Fellow Ir1 over Somerset Ky Jan ItAn at tempt to rob tho First National bank here was frustrated by Night Watch man Davis Three men had gained entrance Into the bank through a side window and were working on the vault The nolso attracted Davis Ills approach was heard and the men es caped They had not gained an en trance to tho vault when they were scared off The only thing secured by the robbers was a bundle of papers which they dropped while running as Davis fired on them Former Governor of Kentucky Henderson Ky Jan 12 Former Governor John Young Brown died here at an advanced age He was prominent as a statesman and soldier and distinguished as a citizen In 1875 while congressman he became widely known through a denuncia tion of General Benjamin F Butler who as military governor of New Or 1leans was distasteful to the Southern For this speech Governor Drown received a vote of censure but the next congress expunged it from III the records He was one of the first men to take a stand against the mer ger of competing railroads He re mained a Democrat until William Goebel was nominated for governor when he was nominated as an Independent Democratic candidate to oppose him Dastardly Act of Negroes Fairmont W Va Jan 8Slx nee groes drove the engineer at one of the Fairmont Coal companys shafts from his post of duty locked him In a small office and then took charge of the machinery They stopped the fan whllo 20 men were at work 800 feet under the ground The engineer heard tho fan stop and telephoned to an official to come to tho shaft imme dlatoly On the officials arrival the men In the shaft had made their way through the gas to the mouth of the shaft almost exhausted Two of the negroes have been captured Burned the Ballots Memphis Tenn Jan 80ne c the most exciting and tumultuous elections ever held In this city oc curred for members of the city coun ell Two factions were represented In tho Fifth ward the Judges and two citizens engaged In a rough and tum ble fight The Judges were placed under arrest In the Ninth ward a N y mob of 30 or 40 people attacked the polling booths Pistols were fired Into tho air lights were put out and the ballot box was secured and burned Flood of Counterfeit Money Louisville Ky Jan I2Never be fore in the history of the Louisville Railway company has so much coun terfeit money been passed on the various conductors as within the past ten days The conductors on the Second street line have been the principal sufferers although the men on other routes havo been victimized Most of the money Is in dollars and half dollars The matter hasbeen placed In the hands of the United States secret service men Active Volcano In Kentucky Owingsville Ky Jan 1lA volca no on Sugar Loaf mountain In Rowan county Is assuming alarming proportions There are five fissures on the side of the mountain from which smoke pours in considerable volume accompanied by a deop rumbling nolso All the trees In the vicinity are blasted and splintered The peo plo in that section are terrorstricken rand are preparing to move The vol cano Is about three and onehalf miles from Morched Shot From Ambush Jackson Ky Jan 8In a fight on Buck Horn creek 15 miles from here Asbury Sizemoro was shot in the back the 45callber bullet lodging near the spinal column It Is report ed the shooting was from ambush Morgan Fugate and Washington Size more were arrested and held in the sum of 11 each All concerned belong to prominent families The BizemoroB are cousins Jett Attacks Prisoner Louisville Ky Jan 11Curtls Jett under sentence of death for the murder of JB Marcum In Jackson attacked Charles Dodson another In the Jefferson county Jail Icprisoner but fierce fight ensued and resulted dangerously but for the intervention of Deputy Jailer Ware Waller who separated the men No Minister Present Hamilton 0 Jan 11 Louis Splvey the Kentuckian who died in the county Jail was burled at tho countys expense In Greenwood ceme tery The brother Leonard was the only person who attended the funeral lave the undertaker and the grave diggers No minister was present Lawyer Snoots Merchant Russellville Ky Jan 8 Moses Turner a lawyer shot and killed 4Finish Wyatt a prominent tobacco man at Lowlsburg The men fought over a trivial affair Turner was brought to this city and IB under ward Violence is feared Three Miner Killed Mlddlesboro Ky Jan 8 Abner Roberts and James Turner miners were killed by a caveIn at the Kropt mines near here At Ferndale near here Henry Wells a miner was kills fcy falllnc tUtt frr tN 1lllll11111111111111 IHI hhHIHHII 1131H1I I +It Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LLLLLLLLLLLfLtLLLLLLLfLLr i I IIirroMrroIIIIRIRI Ntw students are arriving everyday seven were regfstered yesterday Utile Dulce Literary Society was entertained at Miss Ethel Kings home on last Friday evening John Stratton of Atwater Ohio has returned to Berea and will enter school for the remainder of the year- S L Clark has returned from his trip to Maryland much pleased with the country and greatly benefitted in health Mrs Qeo T Fairchild died Wed nesday morning in Kansas City Mo The interment will occur here Friday afternoonMr A Uobinsop the well known jewelerhas assigned to un Burnam Assets and liabilities not known Kentucky Register MreW G Frost is with her daugh ter Edith who is receiving medical treatment at the Presbyterian Hos pital in Cincinnati Ohio On account of the Lyceum lecture on Saturday night the proposed 1 W C A social is postponed one week All girls will be cordially welcomedPresident FrosJ lectures to the teachers of Cleveland Ohio in the Chamber of Commerce on Friday and will also preach in Dr Hiatts church on Sunday The committee from the fiscal court and the council met Saturday and purchased the old Simmons property on the Irvine pike where a pest house will be established at once Kentucky Register Marion Harold Frederick who was a student here for some years and gained quite a reputation by his writings both prose and poetry has taught school for the last five years at Bright Shade and has supplemented his work by writing for various papers and magazines At present one of his stories is running in the Chicago Leilijtr Dr W U Martin of Kiugston was a Berea visitor on Saturday He had just been discharged from the hospi tal at Richmond where he had been for some weeks due to running a nail in his foot some four months ago Previous to this he took treatment at a hospital in Lexington Ho is now just able to walk with a crutch and a caneThe following item should have appeared in our issue of Dec 31 but was overlooked by our compositor and not set up Dorothy the little eight months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Anderson died early Tuesday morning Die 29 at their home near the depot The funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon by Rev A E Thompson followed by burial in Berea cemetery James Coyle was married Thurs day Dec 31 to Miss Bessie Logsdon of Brassfield at the office of County Clerk Jesse Cobb Richmond by Prof M C McGarvey Mrs Coyle is a daughter of W D Logsdon of Brasafield and Mr Coyle was for some time a student here The happy couple were Berea visitors over Sun day They are moving this week to Panola where Mr Coyle will assist in Mr Logsdous store located there J G Gregory a guard from the penitentiary passed through here last week in charge of James Brun nett serving a term of five years for burning the store of A J Smith at Maulden over a year ago They had been to McKee where Brunuet was to appear as witness against John Holcomb Since Brunnut was sent up it is claimed that Holcomb was the instigator of the burning and that Brunnet was simply his tool The trial was postponed untill this week The following events take place on ThursdaybeforeM yards dull yards dull 25 yards dash yards dash Mlle nun Jills Itela Race Half Sidle Walk vItuuningStanding High Jump Running High Jump Standing Hop Step and Jump JunapItllleShot rut Ifrnouncl role Vault Other events will be substituted or addedat the desire of three or more competitors A medal for tho largest number of points is given by the Ath letic Association I y rEastern Kentucky at The Worlds Fair BREATHIFF COUNTY tiroathitt county ought to bo well represented both in the mineral and forestry exhibits from Kentucky at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition but so far efforts along the line have not resulted very satisfactorily Tho Continental Realty Company with headquarters here subscribed 1100 to the fund of the Kentucky Exhibit Association and will doubtless see to it that their property is shown up well at the Fair One of the first exhibits for the educational display was sent from Jackson to Louisville It con sists of manual training work done at the industrial school there HARLAN COUNTY Land companies Concerned There has been no organized effort in this county for the making of a display of its wonderful resources but the numerous landowning companies hereabout may be expected before many weeks have elapsed to see to it that Harlan has representation at the Worlds Fair These land companies will benefit more directly perhaps than any other one industry in the State by the development of this sec tion of the Commonwealth JESSAMINE COUNTY Fresh Exhibits During 1904 Messrs E A Fans Nealton and County Attorney J W Mitchell of Nicholasville are now giving much of their time and attention to a collection of agricultural samples for Jessamines exhibit at the Worlds Fair Mauy of the crops in the county were a complete failure in 1903 but these gentlemen hope during the early spring and summer to get together a display that will be a credit to the county In the meantime they are trying to arrange for samples of corn and tobacco out of the crop just matured GENERAL LONGSTREET General James Longstreet who died Jan 2dat the great age of 82 was the last of the great men of the Confederacy He was born in South Carolina graduated at West Point served in the Mexican War and be came next to Lee the most distinguished commander in the forces which assailed the Union After the war Longstreet quietly accepted the result and declared that he proposed to be thoroughly recon structed at the surrenderat A ppomat ox He became the friend of all Americans buried the hatchet and even dared to accept an office under a Republican president For this he was bitterly persecuted by the fanat ical element in the South But his influence for good has been very greatOf late the fre eaters who have spurtedvenom at nil who dared to think or act for themselves and os tracized Col Wise for defending the legal rights of a negro have tried to disparage Gen Longstreeta war record but without success The union soldiers of Kentucky who met LoDgslrpet at Chickamauga can cer tainly testify that he was a good fighter It requiredno loge courage to do right in the face of his fanatical southern neighbors Honor be to the brave GRACE MARIA CLARK Grace Maria Clark was horn in Columbus Mich in 1864 of parents of West Virginia stock When about 18 years old she removed with her parents to Junction City Kan where she engaged for some time in type setting and district school teaching entering the Kansas State Agricul tural College at Manhattan in 1888 Before the close of the first term the death of her mother who lead come to Manhattan to make a home for her fell as a most crushing blow Alone in the world her father away in the far West and no relatives nearer than Michigan she bravely took up her burden determined to complete her college course by her own efforts which she was enabled to do through employment in the ex ecutive offices mastering typewriting and shorthand while carrying her regular studies She graduated in 1892 standing high in her class and so efficient had she become in the office work that she was at once offered the position of stenographer to the President Dr Geo T Fairchild Her capacity and good judgment in this work were so great that she was a most highly valued and trusted helper of the President able to re lievo him of ninny responsibilities of the ollice where all the records of 700 students wore kept and even to take entire charge in his absence In spite of long and busy office hours Miss Clark found time to take up advanced work in the study of botany and allied branches getting needed recreation in collecting excursions among the beautiful hills and valleys surrounding the town and college By the painstaking direction of ppare moments which BO many would have idled away she was enabled to com plete the required work and thesis andreceived the degree of Master of Science from her Alma Mater in 1897 When in this same year came the politicaloverthrow of President Fairchilds administration of the college his successor realizing how important Miss Clarks knowledge of the affairs of the office would be to him offered her an advance in salary to continue in the position which was moat decidedly refused she believing the cause of the overthrow to be an unrighteous one A little home had been bought where her father waa carod for in com fort in his declining years and it took a stout heart to surrender a good po sition for a principle yet it was aa quietly done as if it was an every day duty It is no wonder that when Dr Fairchild became VicePreaident of Berea College he should have been glad to bring to the executive office hero one so well fitted for its respon sibilities as MisaJCIark The later purchase ofa little mountain homo in Rockcastla County where her father spent his last days and was laid to rest and her own failing health are matters known to most of Berea people The new office of College Registrar had only been filled a part of the fall term when the little College hospital was called upon to care for her and finally she was removed to the home of Tutor and Mrs DiznoyHer simple faith her cheerfulness under the heaviest trials her ability to direct all of her strength and energy to whatever may have been the work in hand have been the lead Ing traits of a most useful life HEALTH DONTS flow to Keep Writ aad Trraerr Yoar CumpIexloB Dont eat when very tired if you ex pect to get any good from your food and preserve your beauty says the St Louis GlobeDemocrat Dont pat more than one hearty meal a tiny Thl is the secret of good looks health and long life n secret which If every one followed It would prevent doctors from making a living Dont eat much meat In hot weath er If you would keep your skin free of eruptions Dont rat lint or fresh bread If you want to be healthy and beautiful Dont cat cold starchy food like potato salad and cold porridge unless you have strong digestive organs Dont cat ice cream too fast Eaten slowly and allowed to melt In tho mouth It can do no harm to either stomach or complexion Dont drink iced water It kills more persons than strychnine does Cool water quenches thirst much bet ter than Ice cold fluid Dont drink much water at meal but take a glassful the first thing In the mornln and tho last thing at night If you want pencil blow checks Dont drink too touch coffee or tea unless you want n complexion like leather in color and texture Dont drink uparkllng waters and unsweetened lemonade if you want to gain flesh They act directly on fatty N ttt N A State Bank This you know is a State Bank It is under the direct supervision of the banking department of Kentucky It invites your patronage THE BEREA BANK to J 11 M HjhH1hl Ill II Hl HfrfrHHH HA 10 FaYJO1 e lHHI+H IHHIHIH + +HI+ tII+11H1H THE BRAVE OLD OAK By Henry F Chorl y a tr jA 1IENUY KOTIIKIiaill CHOnMCV Rasps li Journal lit novelist ilrumntlM and poet win born In Ijincanlilra criIn and diNt In London In U7J Jill work was rnaluly dramatic and musical crltlclam and Im was musical critic anti reviewer for the London Athenaurn tie wrote Modern German Mtulo and Thirty Years Musical Hecollrctlona and several novels and ilrnmnit JdayI80i0And In1Il1Then hens to the oak the brave old I Who utands In his pride alone tAnd still nourish he a hAle erven tree ollkIA a hundred years nn gone In the days of old when the spring with sold Hod brightened Ills brunches gray ot Through the grans at his feet crept maidens sweet la To gather the dew of May i j And on that tiny to the rebeck guy s They frollckedwlth loveftome nwalns They are gone they are dead III the churchyard laidaHut the tree It still remains Then hens to the oak the brave old oak k Who stands In his prfde moue J 1 And still flourish he a bale green tree Na r When a hundred years are gone N lie SAW the rare tunes when the Christmas blwtWere n merry sound to hear When the squires wide hall and the cottage small Wrre tilled with good KnglMi cheer Now gold tenth the sway MC nil obey 7fi And a ruthless king is he u nut he never shall send our ancient friend fi Jr I To be tonne ljn the stonily sea Sst 1i4 T Th jWho I And still flourish be n tale green tree l When a hundred years ore good IIIHHHMM MIMHHMHHMHIH DR FENNERS Kidney Backache ALSO PURIFIES TUB BLOOD All DU uei of the kldotji blaJJer sad urinary organs Also heart disease rheumatism backache gravel dropsy feud Cure IDont become discouraged There is a ewe for you If necessary write Dr DorI lie baa fat lifetime curios just suchcues usours All rouiultatlon ire FREE hue suffered for the put tea years with backache and kidney trouble and tried of the most prominent physicians in lJoIloIt IIId Omaha IIId all tle pltent medicines I heardt or In the hope of obtaining relief Finally tHing your ad I procured a bottle of Dr Fensers Kidney and Backache Cue and I with to thank you for the benefit I received therefrom To bottles entirely cured me sad I havent a palo or ache of say kind I cheerfully rtcomnM It to alll1lferi4 friends Moet sincere you Illu AUCr McDONALD 21 Rsrasy St Omaha Nei Sold br Druggists and It Ask for Dr Kcnnrr1 Almanac or llookl MB MhI II I I H I II I I U I I I 1111 II II I I I rill Eri If its from CRUTCHER I EVANS ITS GOOD i 11111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111 tfllJ 1i i A full line of FUHNWUKK alwaraoa head We invite our Berea friends to make themeelat home at JOPLIMH old stand when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A 8FKOIALTY RichmondNight f This space has been t purchased byIThe Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen aodeo +o +odeodeodeodeo +o +o +odeodeo ++o +od o +o +o +o+ogo +od Q What would make a better investment than one of our J I o t o i SelfpronouncingTeachers Bibles iI0Advertised on page 7 + n o + t Regular 250 and 300 values Order earlyt0 ++ 0 +o+o +o +o +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o+ o +oo+o +o +o +o +o +o+o +o + NEW IDEA IN GATES Joel Ihr Tli tf fur Tnllli IuMnm- Vlirre TlirrrWlrf Truer Conlliir Hit Stuck The following Is a description of a cbcap and serviceable wire gate which will be found satisfactory especially In jilnceii where a gate nut often used ItIIr course would nut do for sheep or IUIKB hut will servo the purpose In cattle pastures where a three wlre fence Ilsulllilfolitlo online stuck Cut three wires each about n foot longer than the dlhtnnce between the iwsts and thru short wlr n each IIlx Inches Jonr form the shqrt wren Into loops und fmtin to post A 1111 II with itaplte the desired illxtunre apart A 8TIIONO V111B OATH Hook the lung wires C C C into the loopN II II II so its to form hunger Shape three beards each four fret long at Illimtratfd In D Ilaco a wire ratchet on rarh of these boards about six Inches trout tho end Fig K attach the other ends of the long wires to ratchet Null an Inch board FlK J foir Inches wide the height of post fo post F Nail an other hoard II on top of this over Iiipplng the first an Inch or two Drive a stake I Inside of wire Ience 3 i fret from jolt 1 Nail three piece of hoards J each four feet long mi Inside of post F and Abo Inside of stake parallel to wires Tighten up wires on ratchets K K IS auf ldet 10 that when each of the iHNirds D n n are Inserted Into flot ell and pushed back Into teal tlon ngaljit J the wires will he taut Thr rlnK one for each pair of boards llpp d over the ends hold when In pnipcr Ieattlon If one would prefer ft ur wires Instead of three an other one ran bo added James Cotter In lpltem- latyr CONCRETE ON THE FARM It faille 1rd Inly for CUlvrna NId llur Hal our tViir- fIil AUn t There Is little excuse for up to date farmers wading around In the mud whtnjtoncjsle y0lka may lie had around LIIIII and barn with a very small outlay of money provided the roan Is handy and can do the work himself after a Itlleln ktriictlnn aays Kural New Yorker Ue Alden tin making of walks concrete Is being used In many other wcys advan IItllJI utl and rcutiomlcally During the Jut sciiion up have setn fence jioits made from atone and concrete that arc much cheaper than the cut stone post and jullIl durable The plan of making the pouts win to dig down two feet into the ground or erhaps deeper In soft ground and thin maku a box tho sire of post wanted which wee filled with the foncrelii and lopped out according to fancy When hinges or eyes were wanted for hanging gates halts were bored In the box and Ihocycs Inserted before the filling was done taking care to have same auchoirtl tI ell In the pert A ton crete Iberia easily made In houses bulll of Ionu or brick nod renders a residence practically fireproof We Taw floors of this kind made last arahon that seem to be perfection A wooden sour U flrtt made of rough luratcr and on this Is laid a wire cloth In which the concrete Is spread six Inches thick When It drive the wooden Hour Is removed and the concrete Is edf sustaining The- ronvertte Is shade by mixing together Portland cement sand and seal cinders it IB laid to cost but little more than a tint clas floor mudeuf wood Including the Joists WH have seen a number of dMvrns made out f concrctei no brick being used for walling lip In mnking a cittern of this kind It Is necessary to Lave a rough wooden wall made about throe Inchc all around from the dirt and till in sluice with Concrete After tbi vend wall In rtinovcil one coat of cement cumplutrc tho cistern dud it Is there for all tine tn ojiie The greatest objection to iron fence lusts In that they are not tolld In tho ground being so mall Hy using a bed of concrete and the base of all Iron posts set In It will t e found that hey will stand as well as any other pout M rlii t llnrkwhrat fur Slack Tlfere In a certain kind of buckwheat cultivated In Otwtfu runnty NSW York i which goes by the name of Merino buckwheat It in a little earlier than the other kinds and tan bo sown anytime after sprlnx work Is done They geo nilly sow It from June 10 to 20 The blossom Is the saeie color of tho leaven to you never notice It being In blossom Its qualities aro a sure crop every time and its great yield It never falls of a good crop like tILe oth trklml It yields from CO to 67ft bushels to tho acre It does not make good flour for man to eat but IH great ly relished by all kinds of stock and poultry The flour Is yellow and a little hitter It has been raised In that tjclnlty for 30 yearaE JI Ifee IB KpltoiAlst The pIg pen Is always a good place to dispose of Imperfect and small fruit and potatoes The pig is a clean healthy animal irbtn linen a chance MARKETING HOLEY Thr Hrrkrriirr Who Pale ilia G Iplii Allrarllr Shape Ilarclr- Kail In ell Than The form In which an article is placed upon the market Is half of the sale of It The consumers eye la more particular than a few years ago and the times when honey was sold from the supers or the large glass boxes are a lhing of the past Nowadays honey must be neat clean and attractive to place In the hands of the consumer hut ho pays for It over and over Ji gross price First put It Ill In neat cases of six eight or ten pounds This will be about right for the family trade If sold to grocers then In 2C or pound crates but a bettor price will result It sold direct to the consumer think any farmer is duty bound to himself to bo poslllbleIhigher price than If sold through the communion man Through the gen eral market find out what kind of a crop there will be and what price Is to be had It pays any tanner to be posted on the markets and this paper will be found always reliable Then at the approach of cold weather sell Io pot be Ashamed to put your name on your honey and If It Is not up to good quality do not sell It Pack your crates neatly without putting the most showy in front Keep oil Jammed and leaky cakes nut as they make a bad mUll and spoil tho sales of good cakes Keep your clover basswood and buck wheat honey separate as each kind will have Us favorites some preferring one some the other Sell by the cake and not by weight this will lit found much more convenient Sometimes we wish to keep comb honey for a better market also to have aXupply tho year around To do thlt It must not be subject to dampness and must be kept where there Is a fee circulation of air but free from bees and flies It should not be frozen Darkness Is preferable to too much light Keep In a crite It possible Much dampness soon spoke it and makes It tourO II Townsend in Ohio Farmer ROOSTING IN TREES A alaral InIIIOf Pool nut On Tint Miiioll llf Ilrpresrd ttf- Tlirlr Otrurri Thousands of farmers permit their turkeys and 80111 lImp their chick Ins to roost In trees during all sea Ions of tin year Cold and exposure prevent laying When fowls are nl lowed to live In the open air they require all the animal heat they can Ret to keep themselves warm and ac cordingly have none to spare for the production of eggs When one In keep Ing fowls merely an a pleasure and dues not care whether they make or lose money It perhaps as good a plan to allow the birds to depend upon themselves but eggs will be lacking during the colder months of the year Fowls are creatures of habit and even If the farmer decides to build for his flock a comfortable poultryhoute It will not prevent them from roosting In the trees In winter unless they are taught that the houses are for their accommodation This Is done by catching them at night and placing them In the house where they must be confined for a week at the end Of which time they will have forgotten their former rooating places and when given their liberty will return at night to their new quarters Outdoor exposure Is ruinous to birds of all kinds When allowed to roost In trees they become the prey of owls or It on this ground they are liable to destruc lion from fourfooted enemies Turkeys often become lame from the freezing of their feet while breeds of poultry with large combs and Wilt ties also suffer severely Fowls that are not provided for arc not fitted fur producing eggs and tho farmer conse quently loses tho use of their services by not giving them proper care As eggs are usually high during the win ter season any expense In the poultry department should result In a good profit on the Investment during that time Farm and Fireside CHEAP CHICKEN COOP ft CNn rte Unlit In F IT Hara an Is AllAriinnil Iurfnl lll- III Mriulurr A very cheap and simple roosting coop fur hen and chickens Is shown by this RKetch Take a plank 1x12 six feet long saw In three pieces two feet long then saw one of them triangular one of these and one of the others make 1 SIMPLE ilOOSTlXa COOl one end tic front and back can then be made out of old goods boxsee sketch Cover with shingles It Is made with a detachalie bottom held In place by four IIOOKB Aid Maples one at each corner so It can be taken ort and scrubbed and cleaned out I put the dimensions on the nkUh Fur ventilation put six auger holes In each entlA W Toberman In Eplto mist While tagJ should have plenty at- water It should be pure and Ireslt T13E SUNDAY SCHOOL lIrl11ftlrJuurITIUn4I Tnuplallou of Jesus VllE LESSON TEXT Malt 31317 JllII Sun In tThunt I nut Hell plensrdlost- U SPCTIOIlupllemlluplltm of JIBUI ilurk IU11- Hapllsni of Jesus luke 321 12 Temptation of Jnut Mutt 4111 Temptation ot Jesus5htrk Ii 13 Temptation of JuuIukTime and 1luce Thin lesson follow the last without a break The time wax A O 2ti Jesus thirtieth year and the place one of the fords of flic lower Jordan NOTES AND COMMENTS Then cometh Jesus to be baptized Jesus did not come as the Pharisees had dune in a critical spirit but In lull sympathy with Johns move ment and with the definite purpose ol Identifying Himself with It Suffer It now referential half ylelding yet strong In Its very gentleness Uruce For thus It hecometh us to fulfill all righteousness To John It teemed in appropriate that he should baptize tide pure and kingly Soul that lad just come to hIm Jesus did not dlso uss proprie ties with John but said that it was right and lilt duty to be baptized It did not Imply confession of sin on Jesus part It meant Identifying Himself with Johns mart ment which lie bolleved to be of Got Compare Lulto 72430 It was too a dedication of Himself to the great work that was calling Him The heavens were opened unto Him Marl says He saw the heavens etc- H is not fald that thin was teen except by Christ It was a vision coming to Him at the crisis of Ills life The hap tism was not purely physical To him It was a baptism with the Spirit of Cud and with power lo do the great work that was opening before hlmHo saw the Spirit of God descending as a dove Not a dove but a dove The symbol of all that Is gentle and pure and good A voice TblH was Jesus heavenly recognition an assurance that God was with Him It was for Himself and Ills strengthening not for the people Luke adds that the blon came while Jesus was praying We must remember whcn the tempta tion came It was just after Jesus pub lic consecration to His great work The voice of God was fctlll ringing In llif coraTholl art My beloved Son He was conscious as never before of Him self of Ills power not necessarily at this time miraculous power and of lilt great mission Couscloucnesa of power quickens the imagination and two pus sibilities rush into the nflnd the right use of that power and a less high and more popular a wrong use of It The first temptation clime to Jesus in connection with the human side ot Ills nature He was hungry Hunger represented human wants and the ques tion was whether Sonshlp was to mean exemption from these or loyal accept ance of them as part of Messiahs ex perience At bottom the Issue raised was felllshness or selfsacrifice Uruce lie wax working out the prob- Lem of what Ills life must be lie was the Son of God and was It necessary for Him to suffer even the pangs of bun ger like the very poor Must lie IJt the brother of all men to that extent A life of physical comfort was within Ills reach He had only to put out Ills band and take It but In taking it He would have been laying down the cross that He Knew It wee Ills mission to bear through life The attractions were great the struggle real but lie did not tor an Instant swerve from Hlspurnoke There were greater things to be con uttered in life than physical comfort than breadHMan shall not live by bread alone The second temptation can be better understood lfwe remember that there was a belief among the Jews recorded in the Talmud Yalkut on Is C0l quoted by Kdertlielm to the effect that the deliverer the Messiahs was to ap pear on lliu roof of the temple In a blaze of glory and jtroflalni Himself The question seems to huvn tillered Ills mind at to whether lip could not yield a little to popular notions of the Ales slab and be the Messiah described In the favorite prophecies without being untrue to Ills mission Could He not appear In a spectacular way and win Instant acceptance Must He be un popular lo be the Christ Must He start In on the path that led straight to a cross The third temptation was to gain earthly power a worldwide empire by compromise with evil Jesus was a man and had ambitions Great good might como from such an empire with such n sovereign The end might justify the means but no the Saviour indignantly puts pee thought away lie will not favor tho Pharisees nor cultivate the rich young ruler nor wink at things that are wrong In the lives of common people because to attack those things would be unpleasant and unpopular lie can bow only to conscience and to God Muirt unit lo the 1ulnl Faith fears no famine There are uo failures for the faithful They who have the Giver have all gifts There Is no progress without God In front Gratitude is one of the best dishes at any meal Tin good of today must grow Into the better of tomorrow Our efficiency depends oil whether God Is Quit sufficiency Tholdcal week Is made up of worship ful work and reverent rest There are no riches In God to the man who has a god lu Ills riches You cannot build a pious memory out poorI ci thrtr jjcrilB tUticf IhelrllJtttlel7Hamo- rl1 PUPILS TORTURE TEACHER Clvt tier let Vnler Cloth ll rcuuae She Refuses lo Aillinlllirr nlur tlr Proppuril Gllls Miss Krllne Sinclair a Cass township Ind school teacher was recently forced by her pupils to stand in water up tc her shoulders and may die as the result It line been a custom for years for tho teacher at tie school to treat the pupils lust before the holidays and Miss Sin clair was asked If site mended to do so She replied in the affirmative and the pupils then asked what the intended to give them but she refused to say The teacher then was surrounded by ten or a dozen of the larger girls thrown to the floor and bound hand and foot She was then carried to a pond a short Jlttnnce away and a hole cut In the Ice through which she was let Into the water with a hog trough tied to her fret The water came up to her knees and when she still refused to say how she would treat thechool another hole was cut near the middle of thepond and she was placed In this the water coming tip to her should ers Here the pupils left her and ret- urnEd to the school house Miss Sinclair remained to the icy wa her for two hours before she was found by a couple of farmers She was numb from the cold and only partially con scious The torturers of the teachers were girls ranging In age tram 14 to 17 years ARE FOES TO SOLEMNITY Strange Innilnn Society TlrdKfd t 1leshr OlilTlmc HevrU Object of Anullicr Society Two remarkable societies have been formed In London One calls Itself the Dancers and Is Intended to fight the high and powerful devil solemnity The members meet weekly dressed In classic costumes and dance rollicking measures of all ages the music and tho dances being unearthed from the Brit ish museum Tho principal promoters of this fellowship are artistic people who up to now have provided more fun for outsiders than themselves The prime mover is Miss Florence Farr a clever actress who formerly deepened Londons natural gloom by playing leading parts in Ibsen plays abollIlIhthink somehow Implies scraggy antiquity and todays unmarried women want to bo known as Lady Bache lors They arc asking that the word spinster bo removed from the dictionaries and tho term lady bachelor be used In legal documents ELECTRIC LIGHT BATH A FAD King dnnrtl Ifa Apparnln In stalled In All ilia Residences Ghee It Credit fur 1IU Vlicor King Edward is a great believer ir electriclight bnths which he has hat installed In all his residences in ordei to have them regularly He attributes his amazing health and vigor to them and to his observance of the dietetic rules laid down by a Marienbad spe cialistConsequently such baths have become fashionable although some phy sicians consider their effects not Slim ciently understood to be used Indis criminate The baths used by the king are of the doublelight variety with 6 projector of 2600 candle power for use on local affections of the body Inside the bath are C2 electric lamps which radiate any colored light de sired This light it said not only tc permeate every part of the body bul has a sort of Turkish bath effect The lights arc of eight colors which some scientists say have curative effects 01 ceitaln ailments MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Jaa i CATTLE Common t2 75 4 00 Heavy steers S5 r 1C CALVES Exlia S 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COHNrNo 2 mixed tiP 42j OATS No 2 mixed qjJ7 Berea College Founded 1866 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 2t States largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied SeUnce Two year Course with agriculture for young MM end Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy Coarse Four yean fitting for College for businew sad lifeCollege CegrselLiterary Scientific Claaaical leading to Baeealaure ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian eda eatioa Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental tie to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must situ pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 Weeks Hay be brought wltbiH 24 OO about 115 to be paid In advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples CoBgregatio abuts Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denenlnatioM PH INFOtKUTION sad rilENOLV aDTlCI tttntt Ik IKMTAtt WILL Co GAMBLE Berea Madison County Kjr I The International Bible SeriesTNI LARGEST LIMB OF SELrPHONOVNClNO BIBLCC IN THE WORLS TNT am aiNOWIIf ra Tall CLEAR PlUftTSCHOLAIlLY HELPSSVPEIl10RBINDINGS Ited Letter Testament DO YOU NEED A BIBLE 1 Tla elS fir tMa yrna xGreca MTlnity Clremlt Sisal Cwmtn Red VMer au lures iiLK HEWED large Type TEACHERS BIBLE CONTIaThe Coaifttaatiom Ceacerdaaa the list UUitttttrj la XzUtix niMtratloa IttM iiiLfIsite nest Ti rax STTTOT er nx xmx With Ult Werda Jeta 7 Cbtrt PrIce tluM et- eddluu1 only c DDRESS THE BEREA 4 x J 4 n II Madison Mills ItIeIMlltIt Fancy Roller Flour Con Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc j Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF is another Fleur r 1i1lIla1tNti Potts Duerson WhlU Suites Ky NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM ia Weeks SCHOOL EXPENSE8du Dot day ol letm College Acad AAp HHIU dodM It Norm Normal Schools A Gram IlBtldttUI f M ISO HO 550 29 23 a J hook paper eestimated 226 x25 126 23 total sebeci expense S f0 5O 100 400 For piano stenography and other aural It Special Kxptmti elow LIVING EXPBMSESBoiIi du idrlECt ky Loath Room teat by tetm Board room furl sad HthU til for fall and spring 1175 a week 124 for vrlcttt term I2CO week Board In the vllbgeallowed In approved plltlnrltllll price ccctdlni to tccommo dtlvni furnished Adding these Icing ezpemet to school ex ftnefl we Sod To be raid the Slit lay Includtnc the 11 deposit In Collegiate Department IMIO Academy and Latin Normal H9W Applied Science Normal and A Oiammarll7M Model School 11820 In winter f181 more for each tto student can be received who tallt to make this adrftnc pay ment Total Ordinary BZKBICI for Weeks createa to be In Collegiate Department 130 Academy and Latin Normal 119 Science Normal and Grammar 127 Model School ta In winter three dollars more Icr each Students paying board and room rent in laU per a term at the beginning receU a discount of fifty cents Student duty excused before the end of a tarn recelT back an equitable portion ol the saoh OJ they have BXPBXSB8 rian Vocal or Special Theory leuona hour chat ol thrw Organ Violin etc Ij4esouclass ol thrt 600 Stenography or per term Class work Harmony IN- VeeciPiano or Typewriter ti IIr a dsy organ n a 21 of term Chemical IAbont0ryaccording tomaUtlal I aq todwtyelcal IN Njmtnanoo100 I IThe Citizen Mlslo- t6ELFPRONOUNCINQ 111DI OL Witt ratat Tkisib iii tm rr jo Price 85 cts I I H YURM Tiuoa Masse eeedin a sketeh and desertptinnIlea lions itrlct oon8daDUaL Ua oa a tree Old1 faf aeentl kr Abko lKrrolrU itrtdw tlr Lsreest ep aUtloa XMnul Trni RIM ce lf0 3Ii Tlale Table In Lust Nap IeII MB Going worth Train Dally Lease 2tS a m Arrive Richmond 8B2 e Arrive Paris 606 a rr Arrite Cincinnati 730a a Arrive Richmond 125 p o Arrive Parii 818 p ra Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 pm 0lt loath Train It Dallj e I Lea m Arrive a ra- TnlM No 1 aid No 6 rate eou necttea 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not read daily news papers nnd yet thirst for plain facts That this kind of a newspaper is pop ular is proven by the fact that the Weekly Blade now has over 160000 yearly subscribers and is circulated in all parts of the U S ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Write for free specimen copy Ad dress THE BLADE TOLEDO Ohio OUGHT AT MANILA BAY a r Admiral Lniuberton New Coin MKBtler In the South Atlantic liar Admiral Ilcnjmnln P hnitibcr t n U S N who recently sailed for Booth America to assume command of Ua United States south Atlantic naval station was Admiral Deweys chief of liar In the battle of Manila Hay lie occupied the conning tower of the Olympia during the fighting nnd was exposed to great danger from the guns f the Spaniards Rear Admiral Lam berton was the officer who went ashore after the defeat of the Spaniards and ZEAL ADMIRAL BENJAMIN F LAMBEHTOX negotiated with the commander of the arsenal at Cavlte Shortly after the battle he succeeded Captain Gridley In command of the flagship Olynipla Rear Admiral Lniuberton Is a native ot Pennsylvania and was graduated from the Naval academy hi 1805 Since that time behas seen a variety of Sony In He not only has had a full com plement of sea duty but also has had a Urge experience at the navy yards and In the department at Washington He hat worked his way to high rank by faithful performance of duty on land and sea During the days when Grover Cleve land was In the White House Rear Ad Aral Lamberton then a commander was inspector of the lighthouse dls trict which has headquarters nt Haiti taro Ho Is a great sportsman and was President Clevelands constant panlon on his shooting trips which win taken on the lighthouse tender wilder Lcmbertons control Rear Admiral Lamberton has been iMtructed by the navy department nt Washington to prepare tho south At lantic squadron for the winter maneU wra of the ivy In the Caribbean sea yt w r ewe nAVE INDIAN ALLIES Colombians Bribe Chief to Give Them Assistance ISLANDS WANT TO JOIN PANAMA Commissioner Kroni IslxmU In Coloni blui Territory Carries 1etltlon to raiiHiim For Annrxtttlnii With New Kepubllc Time Is Out Considered Opportune For Action Colon Jan 12The Mayflower has arrived here after scouting the coast as far as the Gulf of Darlen The warship stopped at several points along the San hiss coast and fount tho attitude of the Indians every where to be unfriendly They de dined to give Information of any sort and even refused to sell the ship fruit or fish or any other article The officers of the Mayflower were repeatedly asked to leave the coast and were made to understand that the presence of either Panamans or Americans In their territory was un welcome to tho natives A man aboard the Mayflower who speaks Spanish says that In conversation with an Indian he learned that the Colombians are In league with the San Bias Indians whom they bought over with money The schooner Herald from Boca Del Toro brought a commissioner from the leland of San Andres who will endeavor to obtain tho annexa tlon of San Andres to the republic ol Panama owing to the dissatisfaction of the Inhabitants of the Island at the recent oppressive exactions on the part of the Colombian authorities Tho commissioner will go to Panama and confer with the Junta He says 400 Colombian troops are now in gar rlson on the Islands of San Andres and Providence and that more sol dlers are expected momentarily The dissatisfaction he adds Is general throughout the islands During the past few weeks no less than 18000 has been collected by means of the property tax In San An dres which the inhabitants are not in a position to meet but they have been compelled to pay Several fam lies have clready migrated to Bocaf Del Toro the ports of Providence and San Andres are now closed San Andres Inca considerable busl ness with the United States in cocoa nuts about 20000000 of these nuts being shipped annually Panama Is desirous of annexing San Andres and Providence but it Is believed that steps In that direction at the present time would be inopportune Will Oppose Confirmation Washington Jan 12 Senator Scott of the senate committee on mil- Itary affairs has submitted in execu the session of the senate a review of the evidence Introduced before the committee on the nomination of Brig adler General Wood to be a major general Senator Scott gives his rea son for opposing confirmation He quotes many points brought out against General Wood particularly those In connection with charges that General Wood accepted gifts from the Jai Alai company a gambling ln Btltutlon of Havana and was guilty of complicity with Major James Tine cio In the preparation and publication of an article reflecting discreditably ou Major General John R Brooke Paid Heavy Duties Washington Jan 12It Is learned hero that In 1898 Mrs Jack Gardner of Boston began the Importation of sculpture paintings and other works of art which wero admitted free of duty on the ground that they were Intended for public exhibition It is understood that the Importation ag ercgated about 1000000 About a month or rare agd the treasury de partment began to receive com plaints from citizens ot Boston The matter was referred to special agents of the treasury department Proceed ings were about to be instltutd when Mrs Gardner paid the duties under the law amounting to about 200000 Support Russian View Purls Jan 12 Strong sympathy is expressed here In behalf of the Ruts sian view aa It Is said the general admission of Japanese colonization In Maichurla would create questions of political and racial domination It Is asserted to be In the interest of the commerce of Europe and Amer ica that Russia should replace Chi nas authority within Manchuria It is also pointed out that Japan recent ly restricted the operations of Amer lean Insurance companies and this la cited as evidence that Russian control of Manchuria Is likely to prove as liberal to American and European commerce as Japans Killed Preacher and Son Ardmore I T Jan 12A clergy man named Moss and his Ion were shot and killed near Elmore by Al ford Turner a stockman The killing it Is alleged was tho result of a mis understanding over a leased stock field Turner alleges that young Moss attempted to kill him when ho shot accidentally killing the elder Moss He then shot the young man who died in a few hours Both men were highly connected Turner sur rendered to the federal authorities Battle With Poise Birmingham Ala Jan 12After a desperate battle with a posse of offi sera Tom Arthur the slayer of Reu ben L Little of Morris Ala was shot and Instantly killed in a farmhouse near Boat Harris Armour a brother of the dead man who took part in the fighting escaped and so far hu not been apprehended I 4J ti ii1lI + H HHiiHHI+ 1JI+J+IH+IHI+IIHHII1 Eastern Kentucky News I No correspondence published unless signed In fun by the writer The name Is not for publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly iiHHHHIHIIIHHIMM MADISON COUNTY COLLEGE HILL Henry A Laiun closed his school at Brassfield Dec 14th and to now at home MIss Florence Lame closet her school Dec 18 hAlfrpd Mor Ran of Cincinnati and Miss Anna Lame of College Bill were united in marriage Monday Dec 28 1903 at the homo of the brides father Wash itigrou Lake of this place Rev Mr Stillgill of the Methodist church North olliciating Mr and Mrs Morgan will willie at Dayton Ohio Mr anti Mrs William Martin entertained a few friend Sunday of last week The following persons attended the State Teachers Association at Louisville from Madison County Berea irof L V Dodge and Sadie Jones Richmond Miss Maggie Broadup College Hill Henry A Laine Mrs Bessie Lewis Rupard of Clark county was hurled at the College Hill cemetery Sunday afternoon of last weekJack Sewoll trio mted swimmer moved to Willoughby farm on the river- OWSLEY COUNTY MAJOR A happy New YearWe are haying some very cold weather which is hard on some of the farmers who are not done gathering cornProf C A Dugger who visited Berea lat week has returned and reports a very pleasant time He was much pleased with the work in Berea College Mrs M V Roberts started Monday of last week to join her husbandat Berea where they will make their future home Mrs Lucy K Flaneri and family left Wednesday Dec 30th for Frankfort lyJob D Creechs school opens today at Row lands Chapel also Prof C A Dug gels at Travellers Rest Xathai Ambrose will teach on Doe Creek this winterWm Minter visited friends and relatives in this vicinity last week CON KLINO Christmas left its usual depression on the spirits of the boys but they are all recovering nicelyno trouble with them about dark nights They had moonshineZ chariah Mar graves is succeding nicely in the fur trade Miss Callie Marcum one of Onsleys prettiest girls and Samuel Congleton were quietly married at the brides home December 23 They have our best wishesM V Roberts and N F Ambrose left for Berea Monday where the former expects to make his home Miss Louetta Rose and Haden Reynolds of Eversolo passed through on their way to Sturgeon Monday Robert Hacker vetted home a few days BgolIe- rt tar led to Berea to finish a col lege course Robert is one of Owsleys most promising sons Peter Hacker bought a fine mule last week also E E Elanery sold a mule last week GABBARD We have boon having some very coldweather in 1904 Tilmon Green and Letcher Gabbard have gone to Onedia to attend school there this winter James Wilson was hero Sun day on businessDr Cash bought a small piece of land from A J Chand lerMart Acruen who was shot Christmas day and not expected to recover is improvingFindley Bolin is sick at this writing R W Minter and family visited relatives at Boone ville New YearsAllen Davidson was here Monday on business C B Moore who has been very low with the mumps is not much better at this writingC B Gabbardand family were the guests of J L Gab bard SundayJ K Gabbardand son Ried were here Thursday The mail was delayed Wednesday on ac count of iceGood wishes lot THE CITIZEN during the Now Year MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Rev Price being absent Prof T A Reid filled the Bethel pulpit last Sunday Rev Price will be here to take charge next Sunday George T Routt is able to be out after being confined to his home for several days with a sprained ankleMisses Bessie Strawder and Clara Talbdtt attended the State Teachers Association held at Louisville during the holidays Mr Thomas Johnson and wife were in our city recently Their daughter Alia is attending school at Berea Miss Nannie Brady who has been in disposed with a sprained hip for some rlIrL 4MIITMjj444jMMMIM41r time is much better nt this writing Miscss Lizzie and Artist Lightfoot and Miss Lillie Bass of Germantown were in town Saturday Florence the littlo daughter of Mr William Tipton lied Saturday We are glad to note that Mrs Hattie Clay is up and able to be out after a Beige of illness Minn Lelia Tabor of the east end U much bettor at present ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Rev L R Rowlette of Disputanta filled his regular appointment at Fairviow SaturdayB L Poynter has gone into the poultry business Ho lira bought an incubator Rev J W Lambert of this place attend ed the protracted meeting which is going on at East Scaffold CaneR A Ralston of Paint Lick was here on business FridayG L Wren visited J W Lambert Sunday W T Woodnll took up spokes to Gap Switch Saturday J II Lambert bought him a nice horse last week for ThMrs Mattie Hamblcn went to Boras Saturday Tsaao Morgan of Hickory Grove visited friends here last w ekJ B Coyle of Boone Ky has a tooth coining where he had one pulled 30 years agoMr M M Simea of this place is very sick James Long who has been sick for some time is no bettorD C Pullins of Conway was hers on business last weokMr H Hurst of Copper Creek went to Conway FridayMr Thomas Young of this place is trying to sell hs farm in order to move to Illinois CltOUr CtllKD Mr P N Pennobaker Barditown Ky says Our little daughter has suffered u grost deal from sore throat and croup I had been at a loss to know what to use until a friend rug gcsted Paracamph After ono appli cation the soreness of tho throat and the croupy condition was entirely ro moved I have also used it myself for Sore Throat and Neuralgic lIed ache and find it to be an Instant relief 1 can recommend Paracamph for use iu the household andespec ially for conditions above referred to ram quite sure it is all you claim for it and highly recommend it as a fam ily remedy For salo by S EWelch Jr druggist Proverb When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems tc work though no one has cvcj told why When mothers arc worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh we say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scolts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphilcs especially prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny 1 c a sample free De tore slut this picture In the turns of a lalxl is on the wrapper of every bottle el Emulsion you bur SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and f oo all druggist 00000000000000000000000000 0 o o I0 5- o i THIS MEANS s to you 0- o o oo o 0 If are not trading at therIBICit d LLcEARLY rf1o 0 iYou are making big mistake- S Come in and we will prove it to you 0 o sugarS 1 Io 0- o ooooooooooo ooooeoeoeooeoeooeoeoeo JeJe 13itannamanIVollieleclxl of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry oooooeoeooeoeoooeoeooooeoeoooeoeooooo i IT PAYS TO TRADE Ii AT WELCHS I 0 Wisdom means ood judgment Good judgment meanso S success when you apply your wisdom to business prob 0 loms that is why it pays to ratio whore goods are boughtoright and sold right and you always got n cqtmro deal I o 0- o 0 Granulated Sugar 4cObelisk Flour 60c o Elephant Corn lOc i 3 lb Tomatoes 2 for 15c g Red X Coffee per Ib lOc Arbuckles Coffee per lb 12c 3 bars ofLenox or Clairette soap lOc 0o 4 Ibs Package Gold dust 16c o Nice Fresh Crackers per Ib 5c pfo 0 IStock nil the way through in proportion this ill why It looks like everybody trades at I I 0WELCHSI l I V ieoooooeoeoooeooooeooooeoooooeoooi ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnisniugs in every room All service first class pricesMerchant shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop Kyours Phone CITIZEN FRESI1 IULTIMOHE in or in CRANBERRIES on at Tnllnon JOES Corner Ky Buy Fresh bopIOur line of Groceries is always fresh We always a nice line of Fruits and Vegetables Our Diamond Brand Coffees Prices 15o to JIOc per Pound Once used always use- dBread is the of Life Get a loaf of Mothers Broad or a sack ot Snow on the Mountain Flour Delivery from m until 9 p Distance office OYSTERS Bulk Cans CELERY ETC Always hand Ss Joea Richmond from Staff PRESTONS II Groceries Main StrootJI JI+o+o +o+ o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o+o+o +o +o +o +o+o +o +o+o +o +o +o + t otIIi Your Orders for j o 1o 188 or Tho tT 10 Plants Cut Flowers and f+ Designs + will be filled Largo promptlyIu Prdpooi w o+o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o+O +o +o+o +o +od ooo +o +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +