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JAMES MILTON RACER f Ldltor and ulbhargi- derad a the P et at rea Ay a tttoed rasa Inauaaaua I VOL V A Family PpaBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 211001 One dollar a year NO 81 IIDEAS i A show of daring often conceal great cowardice Some slue show a soft head ratter 1 than a hard heart Therein no auch thing as prepnr atop after the event You can no more blame your cir cumstances for your character than your mirror for your looks TAKE NOTICE On next Sunday Rev J 0 Bus well of Wisconsin will begin a series of revivals meetings under the aWl pices of the Union church and the college The meetings are expected to continue two weeks We inaugurate an editors column this week on our last page first column where we abut offer bargains and make any important announce ments which may be needed See column page 8 IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The hones of a man eleven feet in height were unearthed In Nevada Col Charles Denby of Evansville the noted lawyer and diplomat died suddenly at Jamestown N Y Marcus A Hanna was formally elected United States Senator from Ohio by the Legislature of that State The wilt of Millionaire Louis C Vanuxem of Philadelphia leaves 126000 to Princeton University and 26000 to Jefferson Hospital Phila delphia President Schurman of Cornell University predicts war between the United States and Colombia over Panama The remains of 0en John BOordon were laid to net in Oaklaad cemetery ia Atlanta Friday and public exercises were held In honor cf the dead hero at the Capitol and in the Presbyterian churchThe unexpected strength for Mr Hearst as a Presidential candidate Is given aa the reason why St Louis was chosen for the convention in plaee of Chicago But Mr Hearst is alert and willat once establish a daily paper in that city The resolution making for the peace of the world which were adopt ed by the National Arbitration Con theIagreed to do all in his power to pro mote the object they have in view 1FROM THE WIDE WORLD There is a serious mutiny of Turk ish troops at Beirut Syria Japan ia her reply to Russias note reiterates her original demands A Japanese cruiser and several Rus sian war vessels are reported to have arrived at Port Said Egypt on their way to the Far East Americana in the Isle of Pint will forward a petition to President ROOM velt in an effort to have an objection- ablet Cuban Mayor removed from officeAt the New Years reception held lathe winter palace at St Petersburg Russia the Czar declared that he desired and intended to do all in his power to maintain peace in the Far v East Minister Plehwe of Russia an Bounced that he had completed draft of the reform measures whic the Cur promised the peasantry and that the document would soon be sent to Governors of the empire COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY- J A Moore one of Owen county- wealthy and prominent men ia dea of apoplexy Negroes whitecapped a worthless black at Peru Oldkam ounty and drove him from home A man who registered as Lyman Elliott Smith Mayslick Ky com mitttd suicide at Keaova W Va The Kentucky House of Repreeent o atiies pored the World Fair bill carrying an appropriation of 175000 r for the Kentucky exhibit by a vote of 71 to 14 A bill was introduced in the Hou by Mr Johnson appropriating 1000 OOO for the erection of a new Capitol providing for aa expenditure of O000 annually for four years repoIa 1mitts oa Education and after alive ly debate the Kentucky Senate passed DM measure without a dissenting vow r resilltnts omen X JJAron CulleguTHE CITIZEN REV OR DAVID H GREER COADJUTOR TO BISHOP POTTER OF NEW YORK Rev Dr Grcer liRa been for sixteen rears rector of Ht Hnrtuolomowi church Now York and bas done nnd U doing a wondnrful work ninoiij Now Yorks poor Among other thing hU parish house rues a pawn hop where loans at easy terms may bo secured Eastern Kentucky at The Worlds Fair BARNARD COUNTY When Lancaster voted several thousand dollars a year ago for build tog a reservoir within a mile and a half of the town to give the place waterworks the citizens little thought the building of this reservoir would disclose a rich vein of clay While Mr W U0 rider field representative of the Mineral Committee of the Ken tucky Exhibit Association was hero in October he visited this reservoir now just completed and discovered bed of clay about five feet deep al ready exposed It lies over limestone He got a sack of this clay and shipped it to Prof C J Norwood at Lexing ton for a test While at the reservoir Mr Grideralso arranged for an exhibit of the hard blue limestone used in the dam taken from a quarry nearby Garrard was the banner county of Kentucky in hemp raising in 1902 and while the hemp crop was a fail ure in many sections of the State in 1903 it is far from a failure in this county therefore the Exhibit Associa lion is looking to Garrard for a die play of this fiber It is to be furnish ed by Messrs Bank Hudson H A JB Marksbury and James M Denny Of course other agricultural products are to be shown such as corn wheat and tobacco but tho county is depending chiefly on its hemp display to attract attention Mr J C Thompson has boon very successful in the culture of ginseng and will mako an attractive exhibit of its several stages The Garrard Grad ed School thanks to the efforts of Prof J E Mannix will be represented in the educational display from Kentucky and Mr E A Fox of Fairhaddition to many other interesting views has a large picture of this school and it is to occupy a burnt wood frame at the fair made by Miss Lettie MoRoberts whose work in dealdAnother interesting exhibit from the county in the Kentucky Building will be hand painted china and au old painting from Miss Sallie Elkin of Lancaster together with an old painting from Miss Anne Chenault Wallace of Point Leavell The old oil paintings of Christopher Columbus and Amerigo Vespucci hanging on the walls of the County Clerks office are to be refrained and turned over to the local Worlds Fair theecounty sixty years ago by Commodore Cicero Price a native of the county intbe United States navy JM Farra has offered the association an old Seth Thomas clock for the Colon ialrobmin the Kentucky Building Th Right to Vott The present Legislature of Ken tucky ia overwhelmingly Democratic y While half tho people of the State are Republicans the gerrymander and the Goebel law have so far disfran chised them that they have very few members in either house Whatever is done this winter the responsibility rests with the Democrats And as a man who has Required fortune by doubtful means tries to make up for it by good conduct afterwards tho Democrats are put upon their behavior and we sincerely hopo they will enact measures for the welfare of the State The largest thing they have pro posed is to amend the constitution so as to take the right of voting from the colored people so far as possible They do this in order to cut down the Republican vote without the trouble and risk of such bribery and frauds as have been necessary in the past The form of this action will bean educational qualification and it will cut out many whito voters also Therein a way to save some of the white voter ns was done in the States farther south by providing that any man whose grandfather was a voter may vole without regard to his edu cational qualifications This in called Ilho Grandfather Clause While this proposed action is In lauded simply to cut down the Republican vote it would really be an incentive to education We object to the Grandfather Clause because it encourages ignorance We believe that illiterate voters may be both virtuous and patriotic It bribery has existed in our State the chief blame rests upon the rich and edu cated people who did the bribing We believe 4u education but an edu cational requirement for voting may way be so managed aa to work in justice We wait and watch FOR SALE FARM AND TIMBER LAND 130 Acres 40 acres cultivated Good young fruit beating peach orchard containing about 100 trees springtwater sufficient for two or three fami lies all the year Small cottage and barn r0 acres commerical timber esti mated to produce about GO cords of tanbark and 4 crosaties or 200000 feet lumber All trusts joining so as to make one complete farm- LOCATED on Mt Zion6 mileS southeast of and 7 miles eouthwestofTrvInelEetilt- county Ky For examination call on P C Cox on the farm For price and deed cell on or ad drew W D Smith Bo 204 Beta Ky CAPITAL INCREASED Tho Beroa Bonk has increased its capital to 2500000 was found to be necessary to properly care of the greatly increased tThis Bank j The Depositors of this bank l are iiowBccurcd by a capi talof 25000 Stockholders Liability 25000 Surplus Fund 1000 fieTotal 51000 We solicit your business JJ MOORE President J BURDEtTE VicePresident W H PORTER Cashier d1111F it1I1I1ItitIi1ItIIfi 9IIII11IIt1I11M1HII11I- FWatch 1 this Space ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Hardware Merchants Main Street Richmond Ky I H HHliHHHMHMMK H +o +o+o4 o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o po +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o+o +od 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Main Street Richmond Dillingham Corner IlitlltIi1 1HHI Given Away 1 1 to our cus= tomers A handsome handpainted goldlined threecolor decorated 42PIECE DINNER SETSOne other Saturday Call at our store and let us explain our plan to you East End Drug Co 1IhtI1I1tt sttvENSFlretnal Ira Hldt tight right tad rot theft r f lie wniurr ned There ll bwluulorum orktbaulthelHteTCn RIFLES Ira f lint HSTOI tosaeoI f rpmNndyIIlDent hit to sand rot uWoga reftnMtnailedrte upon request Aft rou gout n runlet luulenthat very Iadwilt talks think hud send two ceat tump and foewinl blreturn mill AddM tattle Department J STEVENS ARMS ft TOOL CO ifChlropee THE BEREA BJiRBERSHOP If M Ractr Prop Hair cut 160PShave lOc Shampoo IBc Face massage IBc Razors sharpened 1625o Bazore SoIQ lShop just around the corner on ter St and across from printing otfiesJW want you for a REGULAR CUSTOMER CURED AFTER SUFFERING 10 YEARS MfgCodyspepsia He spent hundreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving permanent benefit Bossy One night whilefeeling ox- ceptionally bad I was about to throw down the evening when I saw an item in the regarding the merits of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it while I had no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After using two bottles I am stronger and better than I have been in years and I recommend Kodol Cura to my friends and acquaintances suffering from stomach by East End Drug Co I THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher BEREA KENTUCKY The Parsons Football Game Br HAYDEN CARRVTH Oopjrlght t 7 Dall7 Btoiy Pub Of OUR rules were few though they out boldly enough undir the head of Constitution and Bylaws of the Corncob Club and began and ended as follows Section First Article FirstIt shall be the duty of each member through out every session to smoke a cob pipe with due diligence Section First Article Second Mem bers who do not smoke shall not be required to smoke The parson was the only member who profited by Article Second and the doctor used to charge him with quietly electioneering ttf have it re pealed so that he might return to his former bad practices but this was a slander on the iood man Not being burdened with a cob pipe In a constant state of conflagration the parson was left with more time for conversational efforts We suspected he sometimes took advantage of our nlcotinized condition to foist tales upon us containing a smaller percent age of truth than the state board of story Inspectors would have counte nanced but of this there was no direct proof The parson certainly always THATS THE RIGHT EXPRESSION IS IT NOT Dad a most truthful and benign aspect and never more so than one evening when the talk turning on football he leaned forward and said Do you fellows happen to know that I used to take part In football gamesIn your clerical capacity to carry consolation to the mortally wounded I suppose returned the judge No no answered the parson as a player I was on our college team for three season You should have gone Into the army instead of the ministry commented the majorYou Jealous of football re burned the parson After all It Is a rather mild pastime as commonly played This recent suggestion that the players ba armed with bayonets may make It more strenuous if It Is carried nut which seems improbable What I was going to tell you about was a game that I once took part in when I was on our varsity eleven which I firmly believe to be the most remarkable game ever played It was a fast and exciting game from thefirst and on the whole there was some pretty rough play but that Is not what I refer to when I say It was the most extraor dinary game of football ever wit nessed since football was inrtnted Well out with Itwhat made your game such a rare bird 1 asked the doctorIn good time returned tho parson with a touch of complacency Of course I really cant say that It was a unique gameI strongly suspect that the saute thing happens rather frequently in the game but It Isnt de tected When a thing Isnt discovered Its Just the same as If It didnt happen in one sense you know Well thist game that Im talking about was be AMONG MINE OWN And be Mid unto him Say now unto tier Wouldst thou be ipoken for to the king or to the captain of the host And she iniwered I dwell among mine own peoplI1 KinKs lvlAmong mine own This Shunaroralte Knew all of rich content She knew that through the day and night The roads forever went That they led to the city wall Where merriment and moan Were mingled In their rise and fall She stayed among her own awayStretch playAndDown one the glow of glory waits For him who faun would roam The many roads that hold our fates They also lead us home The road that tempt the wandrlng feet Lead on through scenes that change Lead on to where we long to meet One face that It not strange Perchance they shirt the desert sand Or meet the flying foam But lead to whatsoever land They also lead UI home The Shunammlte twas hers to go Where jewels flashed as fire Amidst the broidered garments glow Yet she had her desire The while harmonies that blent In cadence round the throne Doomed In the carol of content eh beard among her own Among mini own Where friendly eyes Lad friendly bands aie mint c twe n Tnmerlano college where I was a student und tho Attila unirerslt players There has always been and In yet as you know a strong fcelln of rivalry beween these two seats of learning It happened not so many months before thnt Attila had carried off the honors In rowing while Taaicr Info had won at baseball so w j foot ball players felt as I may say that Il was up to us Thats tho right expression Is It not Dont try to appear Innocent heard you use It in a sermon the other day said tho Judge That Is a base slander returned the parson Besides you havent been to church for three months soI that If I had used It you wouldnt haVE heard It Well the game was fast right from the start We went at each other and fought like n wildcat In a tin ovenas some Boston author said The local authorities had been warned and made provisions for It by keeping their policemen away from the grounds so they wouldnt get hurl and sending all the doctors surgeons nurses ambulances and other allevi ating and repairing apparatus to the field early Tho combat was something terrific but through It all these fear less workers for the good of humanity n Include the ambulances moved about and carried relief to tho slrlck en As soon as a player was Incapable of movement he was carried away on a stretcher and a substitute took hit place A wellequipped field hospital had been established under tho grand stand where restoratives were admin istered and minor operations performed A lino of fast ambulances hurried the more seriously injured to the city hospitalsAs game progressed Us fury In creased Players Integral and fractional were flying In tho air every where The umpire and referee retired to a sate distance and conveyed their Instructions through giant mega phones The spectators stood In the grandstand and fairly howled though little of tho strife was visible to them owing to the fog of torn clothes and uprooted soil which hung over the scene not to mention players or parts of players which ever and anon were thrown up from tho seething mael strom below Once a flying Tamerlane player hurled through the air by two Attllas struck a Red Cross nurse and bore him down but ho was dragged from the field by a brother worker Again an Attila player wan tossed to the top of the grandstand where he clung to the ridge polo and yelled for his side while a substitute rushed to take his place The combat deepens Now it is Impossible toSee here parson broke in the ma jor rather firmly youre getting too excited Calm downyoull be tackling us and throwing us out the win dow the next thing you know besides you are telling us of nothing but a simple ordinary game of football af ter all Wheres the extraordinarily unique uniqueness you boasted about You may Interrupt me If you choose but you shant stop me said tho parson with a trace of Indignation See the combat deepens Itwell- no matter It was a wonderful game And hero Is what made It unique so far as known All the way through we players felt that something was lack something somewhere was lingthatAfterwards we learned that the spectators had the same feeling But no one op the gridiron or in the grandstand could say what It was At last the game ended All had been removed except the two captains I was of them Wo lay stretched on the lone near the middle of the flejd of unablo to rise We heard the ambulance coming to bear us away the captain of the Attilas raised his head with difficulty and whispered hoarsely Hello old man great game wasnt IU Wonderful I replied SUIT there was something lacking I had that feeling all the time too but I cant make out what It was Neither can I was my answer But there was something wrong just the same Youre right something wrong Hold onIve got It We didnt have a It was a fact and this Is what rendered the game so remarkable though as I said before Parson Interrupted the Judge sol emnly will you do us a favor about what you said before Where humble soars of pleasure ruse And there are bud and vln And honey bees to search the sweets Upon tle breezes blown There satisfied the heart repeats The croon Among mine owol Chicago Dally Tribune Japanese Wedding Orcmonr A Japanese wedding la a quaintly pretty ceremony as described by the American Queeq The bride dressed in a white silk kimono and white veil sits on the floor facing her affianced husband Near them are two tables upon one of which are two cups a bottle of saki and a kettle with two spouts On the other are a miniature plum tree typifying the beauty of the bride a miniature fir tree ruoresont Ing tho strength of the bridegroom and a stork standing on a tortoise signifying long lIfo and felicity The bride and bridegroom drink alternate ly from the twospouted kettle in token that they will henceforth share each others Joys and sorrows After the wedding the brl lea veil Is laid away to be used as her shroud when iho dies The newspaper of Belgrade chron icled the arrival In their city a few week ago of tho monk Rodrigo Abele who In making a Tool tour from Roots- to Jerusalem barefooted and hire headed i SelfRegulation in Living Organism By DR R H FRANCE DntTcrilty of JJorlln The phenomena documenting the eeJf regulative tendencies of living organisms are among the most interesting and most wonderful problems of mod ern biology The fact that such tendencies exist has been known in a general way for centuries but not until recently has science discovered the universal extent of those tendencies and their actual character Selfregulation means the tendency of living organisms to counteract by biological or structural changes influences of a destructive or deleterious nature Some of the regulative phenomena of the human organism arc well known anti recognized as such by science It is generally known for instance that perspira tion is a regulative phenomenon the object of which is to preserve the normal temperature of the body Other instances arc the powerful development of the muscles of the legs in professional dancers bicyclists and mountaineers the development of abnormally strong bones in persons in the habit of carrying heavy loads and the increased activity of the heart in cases of kidney disease The regenerative faculty which the human body possesses as documented by the healing of wounds the restoration of destroying tissue and the knitting of broken bones is developed to a much higher de gree in animals ofa lower order The planaria a worm quite common in every swamp may be cut into several pieces and each piece will develop into a smaller but other wise perfectly formed individual Stcnostomata and other animals of a lower order arc endowed with equally remarkable restorative faculties Recent investigations have let to the discovery that plants also possess restorative faculties though the latter are not so strongly developed as they are in animal organisms Dr Hildebrand observed that after the first leaf developing from a seedof cyclamen curopacum had been cut off two new leaves grew in its place In another case a young plant developed three new leaves in place of the original first leaf which was stopped in its growth by the seed capsule from which it could not free itself The power of organisms to adapt themselves to functional changes is one of the most important phenomena of selfregulation The structural changes in broken and improperly mended bones arc a good illustration of adaptation Other wellknown examples arc the influ ence of activity upon the size and development of glands muscles etc the fact that the glands of the stomach secrete peptic fluid only when food is introduced and secrete only enough to insure digestion While most of the phenomena selfregulation may be explained as purely mechanical manifestations of the selfregulative faculty of organisms there arc some so complicated and so clearly to the purpose that many scientists are inclined to attribute them to a teleogical principal of casualty governing all living organisms One of the most per plexing phenomena of that kind is the regrowth of the extirpated lenses in the eyes of the larva of tritan tacniatus which was observed by Prof Wolff in over 100 cases Business Men Favor Arbitration By THOMAS BARCLAY Noted LrllUh UtrrUtor and Vlco1reilJent of the International Law Attoclatlon OTHING is more striking in the history of peace than the way in which business men have of late come into the ar bitration movement It is not many years since business men sneered at arbitration as the dream of millennium mongers cranks faddists and other people whom practical men arc in the habit of steering clear ofas longwinded time wasters I believe that this change which has come over the business world this readiness to cooperate in methods which have not hithertoor at least until recently appealed to business men is due essentially to business men having been latterly confronted with the fact that diplomacy clubland state craft parliaments executives and other political agents and machinery are no longer alone to be trusted with the destinies of their countries Twice within a very fcw years the United States Great Britain and France have been so near an armed conflict that the only issue was just to climb down Nothing is more painful for nations than to climb down or cave in and nothing is more disastrous sometimes for the future and really more menacing for peace than to have to climb down or cave in The change which has come over our business world in its attitude towards arbitration is due to the impending conflicts which were avoided and thus conflict can in fact occasionally claim the func tion ofa power for good In both cases an armed conflict would have been the result if it hadnot been for the real patriotism of the governments which yielded and the certainty that the business world of both countries would have disapproved fighting for unessential things If there is anything that distinguishes business methods from other methods whatever they may be it is that the business man tries in his mind to reduce every question to its just proportions The business man has what very often is lacking to the politician the right sense of proportion Thus it seems naturally monstrous to the business plan to employ a sledgehammer for the execution of a fly but that sort of consideration docs not always appeal to those who arc not trained in the world of commerce and industry i A NATIONAL WEAKNESS By PROF M L PERRIN of Boston University NE of our weaknesses is lack of humility That is a virtue much overlooked today Parents cry out for success Success is everything humility is forgotten Our fa thers did chores our sons refuse to do putting the same energy into football Our girls decline to do housework Humility is not a popular American virtue The ambi tion of nearly every schoolboy is to go through life in a white shirt To engage in labor which would require the other kind he thinks more or less of a disgrace Undoubtedly the rising generation considers wealth the thing best worth striving for and unconsciously I believe a good deal of that spirit creeps into our teaching We arc more likely to hold up the Carnegies and the Rockefellers as examples ofwhat a poor boy may become than we arc to point to the Hmcrsons and Whittier Worldly distinction and glory arc favorite synonyms for success I believe that we can and ought to do more to elevate hbor in the eyes of children and to encourage plain living and high thinkinc TH5 DRUNKARDS SOLILOQUY lckwanl turn backward O Time In your illght And make me a man again just for to night Let ma shako oft thuD vile rags that I wear Cleanse mo from all this foul slain that I bear Oh let me stand where stood long ago Freed from these arrows unknown to this woe Freed from life that Is cursing my soul Unto death while the years of eternity roll Uackwnrd turn backward oh faitflowlm stream Would that my life could prove only a dream Let me forget the black tins of the past Lrt me undo all my folly so vail Let mo live over the dark life that U gone bring back the dark wasted years that an flown- backward turn backward 0 Tlme in your Slight And make me a man again Just for to night hack Yea turn backward ye wlftroll lag year Why dots your memory bring forth these hot tears Why conies this vision of life lot In ilnT Why nm I thinking of what might have been Where U my home once 10 happy and bright 1 Where U that face whose presence was light 1 Where are the children who climbed on my knee 1 Uack hawing tide bring them once more to me Tet the tide rushes on this wild night of the year And the days only deepen my sorrows and fears I call but no answer come back to me now Naught but an echo as week ai my vow For ntalh the sad Cyprus tree low In the sod Lieu the body whose soul huts gone back to Its God And out of the silence no child rolcm com- A In days long ago In my sweet tuipny home- Backward Nay Time rushes onward and on TU the dream that come back of the days that are gone I yielded my strength when I could have- been strong I would fly but nips I had lingerie loo long The hell hound had seized me my wlllwoi not mine- Dulructlolt was born In the sparkling ol wine So In weakness totter through gloom to the grave A sovereign In birth but In dying a slave Texas Advocate ALCOHOL AND DEATH RATE Accurnlr SInlUIIri linlhrrril liuliuvrrnmrtit Miutr Alnriiiluir Cuutlllluii Switzerland Is a country In which very little drunkenness Is to be ob served for tho good and sulllclent rea son that the police arrest on the spot every person who shows the least sign of Intoxication Thero Is nevertheless a largo amount of secret drinking and especially In French Switzerland ab sinthe ties of late Increased In use until its rarajo1 are very noticeable The government recognizes the drink problem as e most serious one and Is doing all it can to find means for Its control Ono of Its recent investigations concerns the death rate from al coholism Statistics of this nature are usually Inaccurate for the reason that It Is often Impossible to find out Just to what extent a deceased person has been given to the uso of liquors Rela tires and even physicians conceal the facts out of tho natural desire to pro tect the dead mans good name Two years ago tho Swiss government estab lashed however a system under which the facts can be secured without re vealing the Identity of Individual drunkards Doctors am required to make full reports but on blanks that bear numbers Instead of names Only by a circuitous method Involving appli cation to the central government nt Demo can names ever bo connected with the reports Tho feels thus collected show that among Iho males over 20 years of age the deaths from delirium tremens aver ago half of ore per cent This is ten times tho rato officially recorded In France by the old Imperfect rtatlHtlcnl methodsFor over 70 years of are nlro hot Is given as the principal or concomitant cause of death In ten per cent of tho cases Tho general death rale directly refer able to acute or chronic alcotolhm without Including hepatic cirrhosis or other subsidiary conditions is three per cent- This showing must admittedly he re garded RS an alarming ore and ns suf ficient Jutdcatloa for thus most strenu ous efforts in the cans of temperance The worst of It Is that there Is no reason to bellevo that the Switzerland death rate would appear exceptionally high If the real facts for other nations were known Chicago RccordHorald nallrnniU War ua the Drinker Railroads throughout the countiy ere waging war against the use of Intoxicat leg liquors and tobacco by employee who are engaged In operating the liner The flat has gono forth generally that employes who drink or frequent places where liquors are sold are cot safe to Intrust with the lives of patrons or with the valuable property transported by the railroads The rules which have recently been Inaugurated against the use of tobacco are tOt to stringent as those against liquor but centrally thty pro crib tobacco while bn duty and when about itntioni As for the cigarette the order agatntt It Is almostas severe as thatsgalnttwhiiky Tho rule Is being strictly enforced Journal ol Inebriety ZEST YOUR APPETITE Case of A Young Man Who Found II Was Nut So lnsy to quit Drlnk auK nu lie Had Supposed A young man carelessly formtd the habit of taking a glass of liquor every morning before breakfast Au older friend advised him to quit before the habit should grow too strong Oh theres no dancer Its a mere notion I can quit any time replied tho drlnlcrrSuppose you try It tomorrow morn ing suggested the friend IVery well to please you Ill doio but I assure you theres no cause for alarm A week later the young man met his friend again You are not looking well observedI J tho latter Have you been ill Hardly replied tho other one But I am trying to escape a great danger and fear that I shall before I shall bavo u I CAN QUT ANV TIME conquered My ryes were openodto aDrImminent peril when I gave you that promise a week ago I thank you for your timely suggestion How did It affect you Inquired theIfriend The first trial utterly deprived moot appetite for food I could eat no break fast and was nervous and trembling all day I was alarmed when I realized how Inildlously that habit had fastened on mo and resolved to turn square about and never touch another drop The ti swearing off has pulled me dowrt aevere i ly but I am gaining and mean to keellitho upper hand after this Strong will never catch me In his net again Church Life- FINGERS ROTTED DY DEER Instance Vlirrv HIP llnnil nf liar Irnilrn Mare teen Crippled liy 1Ingthe New York hospital surgeons hu been called to the bit number of bartend bothifirst CUe was that of an employe of a flowery concert hall Three of the tin gets of till right hand and two of his left i were rotted away when he called at Hellenic one day andbcggcd the doctors l ito explain the reason lie raid that hit duty was to draw beer for tho thousands who vMtcd the garden nightly Tin man was In perfect health otherwise and It look the young doctors quite n time ta arrive at any conclusion But they did finally and It nearly took the bcermann breath away when they did Your fingers have been rotted off they said by the beer which you have handled Other cases of a studier nature ClIme rapidly after this one and today tho if temploC1acid and ruin In tho beer are said fo HI t i responsible The head bartender of a wellknown i downtown saloon says he knows a num IIIIhands lost the use of both members leer will rot Iron I believe he added I know and every bartender knows that It Is Impossible to Keep a good pair of shoes behind tho bar Bier will rot leather as rapidly almctt at told will eat Into Iron If I wero a temper once orator Id ask What must beer do to menx stomach If It eats away mens fingers and their shoe leather Im here to sell It but wont drink Itnot much TEMPERANCE NOTES There are at the present time some 1038 Catholic Total Abstinence unions In the United States with a memberthlu of 85729 In the great battle against Intemper ance and vice many Christians prefer a toypistol to a Krupp gun National Advocate The New York Evening Post raises the following pertinent question for the ads vocatct of the canteen If bier close at hand Is really a cure for too much beer outside the barracks why should we not hear next eta little gambling In the pod to cure the passion for u great deal la the civilian retorts During the last SO ytnta owing to drink Normandy In France has lout 147 000 ol her puople During the tame pe riod the province of Orne has JOlt 71000 In the whole of Franco in the last 60c years while the consumption of alcohol hat Increased 250 per cent the popula lion has Increased only 12 per cent iIt It estimated from a study cf cooperative statistics that tarn are over 1UOUO murders a year In the United States From Inquiries made In the large cities where the facts are mortar cuslble It Is evident that oCr 70pae cent ate committed by prsoraul ou theI I rTHEICITIZEN 3 Ifh1 IhhhShhihhhl +IHI+ The Home JBNNIB LUSTER NULL Editor IMHlt11IhhH1f HI I 11+ A CHAPTER ON MANNERS There is much to lx gained through tho exercise of good manners that it is amazing in a world where micceaa in molt an idol that greater Q attention in not paid to training tbo young in this very important branch of education Genuine courtesy thoughtfulneAs consideration for others are usually the result of what in termed good breeding and are most lelTeclive when practised unconsciously or as a matter of courseIt true that children are apt to reflect their parents both in prin ciple and actions and thoy acquire by example nothing no easily an good or bad manners There are a few roflolulioun which parents should roo pent each day and one of them is IhlsIoU I wish my children to be thoughtful and considerate of me and polite to others I must be thoughtful and considerate of them and polite to all with whom I come in contact In no other phase of homo life in example more potent In the simple matter of requests how few people there are compar nlively who throw any graciousnena into their manner of asking favors of children For instance a group of women were engaged in preparations for a lawn fete for the benefit of some charity the dress of one of them had Income disarranged in her arduous efforts in decorating a booth whereupon she turned to the woman nearest smileiiMm Blank Im so sorry to trouble lyyou but have you a pin and will you please fasten this ripped place for met A moment later she called out in a peremptory tone to a small boy i who was having a grand time with a lot of other youngsters on an adjacent lawn Johnnie come here this minute Very reluctantly the little fellow sidled up to her when the continued Go straight up to the t house and get that ball of twine on my writing desk Now dont dilly tally I peal it right away But mama Johnnie protested its BO far to the house and Ive been six times already this morning cant you wait until wo come back from lunch Certainly not go thin instant or I will toll your father not to take you to tho football game on Saturday Another mother on a similar ocean sorrytseem to be raving such a nice time but I cannot hang those beautiful Japanese lanterns until I have more twine Will you please hslp us out tIt adding with a smilu Lot me see there are twelve lanterns and only thin tiny scrap of string Off went Harry at a run to do his mothers bidding and if his childish tniod could have expressed in words what ho felt it would have been some thing after this fashion Im a great boy to help people my mother tolls me all the time she hoes not know what she would do without me Shea sweet I dont care if I have been to the house six times those lanterns hive to be hung and Im the follow to gel th string This is no self t glorification hr Is simply expanding under the influence recognition and l t affection he is glowing with the joy of service he is but feeling as we all do in an atmosphere of appreciation Contrast his state of mind with that of Johnnie who performed his errand with rebellion in his heart and heavi ness in his footsteps Stlectrd dM1Ihi dt I II H SrIII I H 11+ The School JOIN W1RT DIIfSMORB Editor A Lssson In Pedagogy for the Third Year Nermal V Object of the lesson to teat the power of children to think Eight or ten children from the first primary were brought before the class in advanced pedagogy The normal students were to ob serve and take notes which were after wards to be discusced The subject presented to the children was The Oat The following is the report of Amon Brock i The children were somewhat abash ed by their strange surroundings The teacher set them at their ease by pleasant greetings and remarks about HavingICan you guess what is in the basket on the doskf a covered basket con laming a kitten had previously been brought in Its a little cat shouted the chll dren Sure enough the kitten was peeping under the lid The teacher taking the kitten from the basket said Let me tell you a littlo story There were three of these kittens One day when thoy were very small their mother took them from the houae and hid them in the barn Why did ahe do that People were teasing them and she didnt want them teased said one of the children After some time she brought them back to tho porch and mewed for some one to let her in Why did she do that A little girl answered quick ly Because it was cold How do you think the mother cat carried her children In her mouth they answered Does hoc sharp teeth hurt them No she doesnt hurt them This morning said tho teacher when I went to get this kitten the mother was sitllug on the floor waving her tail to and fro and the kitten was springing at it catching it and rolling over This was done BRaIn and again Can you tell what it meant tlThe children answered readily She was teaching it to spring and catch rats end mice A number of questions were asked concerning the cats eyes ears paws etc the answers showing about as much knowledge on the part of the children as most grown ups possess They did not know the use of the cats wuiakerH bnt they knew perfect ly how a cat climbs up and down a tree and bow it differs in this respect from the squirrel- A small boy said The squirrel cornell down head first so it will be ready to run quick when it gets down A tiny tot saidIII would rather have a kitten than anything else Why said the teacherliTo catch mice But suppose you had no mice Idwant it to play with Tbo ability of the close to think wan a surprise to the obenersand the respect for six year olds was greatly Increased HHiH HiH Mlim H The Farm BIUS CBBBTBK MASON Editor Watering HorsM In this connection it in worth noting that many American farmers believe that watering before feeding is pest Although all methods of watering seemed in these tests to be equally good for the horse it in not desirable to change unnecessarily from one method to another Animals or at least some of thorn appear to be not altogether indifferent to such a change In the experiments referred to above it was found that whenever a change was made from the plan of watering after footling to that of watering before the appetite fell off for some days not that tho horses did not consume the whole of the food given to them but for some days together they did not eat with the same avidity as before and took a longer time to consume their rations completely A similar effect was not observed when the change was from watering before to watering after feeding or from watering after to watering during meals or when the change was in the opposito direction to the last It seems beet therefore to avoid sudden and unnecessary changes in the method of watering CROUP CUHKD Mr P N Pennebaker Bardstown Ky says Our little daughter has suffered a greet deal from sore throat and croup I had been at a loss to know what to use until a friend sug gested Paracamph After one appli cation the soreness of the throat and the croupy condition was entirely removed I have also used it myself for Sore Throat and Neuralgic Head ache and find it to be an instant relief 1 can recommend Paracamph for use in the household and especially for conditions above referred to I am quite sure it is all you claim for it and highly recommend it as a fam ily remedy For sale by SE Welch Jr druggist RESOLVED TO FIGHT Japan Wants Peace but Is Ready to Begin War WILL NOT ALTER TIIEIR POSITION Growth of American and HrltUli Sf n tlniimt In the Hermit Kingdom I- nennuiJapan Expects Sympittliy of the World When Mighty Struggle With U81 a Commences Tokyo Jan 18Fully reconciled to war though courting honorable peace Japan Is patiently waiting the re joinder of Russia which Is expected to end negotiations and provoke hos tilities and for which all Is prepared All political and other dlstlnctonn have disappeared and the country Is patriotically united The government IB receiving many offcrn ot contribu Ions In the cveiii of war amounting to many millions of Yen The Tap nneso people would welcome an hon arable peace but aru resolved to fight before receding front their position In oriental affairs They tear the aggres sion of nuBBla and uellevo If 1t la not topped now It will never be stopped They are confident that their demands are fair and moderate and their diplomacy which has been pa tient has gone to a reasonable limit Japan expects the worlds sympathy In the struggle and has a splendid confidence In her army and navy In the event of reverses or a national disaster It Is thought that England and the United States would Inter vene to preserve the balance of power In eastern Asia There la no fear of an Invasion of Japan a country which Is probably the most strongly defend ed one In the world The roth of British ana Airier can sentiment Is marked Numerous displays of the flags of the two nations are made and popular oongs reciting the glories of the Lion and Unclo Sam are sung The charac ters of Uncle Sam and Johnny Dull are also seen at public dances The activity of the United States In the opening of the ports of Mukden and Antung Is keenly watched and In some quarters It Is hoped that this play may aid In solving the problem of Insuring peace The censorship prohibits the publi cation of military movements All the recent movements are merely prelimi nary and aimed to Insure an Immedi ate dispatch of an Immense land and sea force If It should become neccs nary Italian Marines Landed Rome Jan 18Although 20 sailors from the Italian cruiser Elba havo been landed to protect Signor Mona- Co the Italian minister at Seoul the legation building cannot bo easily de fended and Minister Monaco has been instructed In case of danger to take refuge In the British legation where the Italian sailors will join the British blue jackets Hopeful of Peace Vienna Jan 18 During the pro sentation of the general circle at the court ball Emperor Francis Joseph said to Ambassador Storer I think that affairs are going to bo better In the far east Everything will be ar ranged Ills majesty spoke In a aim liar hopeful strain to other members of the diplomatic corps Asks China For Troops London Jan ISTho Standards Tien Tsln correspondent says It Is re ported that Russia has naked China to send 15000 troops to Manchuria to protect China subjects French Land Marines Seoul Korea Jan 18 Thirtynine marines from the French cruiser Pas cal have arrived hero front Chemulpo to protect the French legation Race to Build Ships Washington Jan 18ono of the most Interesting races to naval men over undertaken la that between tho Brooklyn navyyard which Is building the battleship Connecticut and the Newport News Shipbuilding company which hat under construction the bat tlcshlp Louisiana These vessels are alstor ships and were started at prac tically the same time There la a general impression that upon the re suit of this race depends In great measure whether or not other war ships will be built In the government yard Will Reinter Remains New York Jan 18Tho United States dispatch boat Dolphin Com Blander J II Gibbons from Washing ton D C arrived hero under orders from the navy department to await the arrival of the North derman Lloyd liner Primes Irene from Genoa which bears the remains of James Smithson founder of the Smithsonian Institution The coffin containing the remains will be transferred to the Dolphin which will take It to Wash ington where reinterment with appropriate ceremonies will bo mado Plan Peasant Reform St Petersburg Jan 18 Minister of the Interior Plehve has completed tho draft of tho peasant code or scheme for the peasant reforms ordered In tho czars recent manfeato and It will probably be sent to the local commit tees throughout tho empire within a few days Suicide Was Short Muscatine la Jan 18 Develop ments indicate that 0 F Uttorback cashier of tho Slgournoy Iowa Say Ings bank who committed suicide was short 47000 the result of specu lation Prohibitionists Name Indianapolis Chicago Jan 10 Indianapolis was thosen by tho Prohibition party for Its national convention on Juno 29I 81 LOUIS SELECTED Democratic National Convention to Begin on July Sixth Washington Jan 13St Louis was selected by tho Democratic na tional committee as the place for holding the national convention of 1904 and tho dato fixed for Wednes day July at 11 oclock The action of tho Democratic national committee was a great sur prise to many for previous to meeting of the committee It seemed a foregone conclusion that Chicago would bo selected as the place of meeting but political exigencies en tered Into tho situation anti a major ity of tho committee voted for St Louis For some hours previous to tho meeting of the committee there was talk In tho corridors and among Democratic leaders that the conven tion In Chicago might be subject to tho Influence of a strong movement and a strong newspaper Influence In favor of some particular candidate Mr Knapp of the St Louis Republic hinted at this In his speech by saying that tho convention If held In St Louis would be welcomed by an ab solutely fair press Tho committee meeting covered considerable discussion of politics and the claims of various candidates were advocated by their partisans but nothing like favoring any candi date appeared in tho committee pro ceedings City Block Wiped Out Wheeling W Va Jan 18One of the most disastrous fires ever ex perienced In this city occurred when an entire block In the heart of tho citys business district was within tho space of one hour reduced to ruins entailing a loss of over 250 000 The fire originated In tho boiler rooms of the Wheeling Dally News and spread rapidly entirely consum ing tho newspaper plant which was one of the finest and most complete In the state a wholesale liquor house owned by Shaefer Drleborst and the extensive plant of tho Locke Brothers Shoo company Several other buildings caught Ore but were saved by the prompt work of the fire department and volunteers The en tire department reserves from neigh boring cities wore called out but the flames resisted all efforts and in a short tlmo tho blazing buildings were a total loss Noted Writer Dead New York Jan 19George Francis Train died from heart disease at Mills Motel No1 where he has lived for some years George Francis Train was born In Boston March 24 1829 Ho was orphaned In 1832 his father mother and three sisters dying at New Orleans of yellow fever lie or ganized tho firm of Train Co ship ping agents with offices hero and In Australia anti started tho first clipper ships to California in 1849 He pro mated several railroads and mado an independent race for president In 1872 Ho was noted as a prolific writer and for his 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me our lands and fortune howsoever matters go with king or parliament but old enough to spend your time with dice and wine at the taverns of Oxford I will have none of It boy Thlnkest thou I will be defied by mine own son Promise me now to ride with me tomorrow and ask the girls hand of her father or Ill lash every drop of blood out of bodyIcare he cried defiant his hands clinched by his sides Flog me all you will but I wont be beaten into marrying a girl I know not even the otl was too much for the fiery old patience Spluttering forth lname to Absalom and other Scrip scamps he seized his son by the An hour later Kit Carew found him self locked up In an attic and seated on the top of an old chest of prodigious strength which contained some of the family plate and Jewels It was herE that old Sir Christopher stored his most valuable possessions and It Is aulte in keeping that he should choose this room as a prison for his son who was to be made so valuable as the link which bound him to what he feared would be the winning party He hurled himself against the door once twice thrice The third time the rusty old bolts that were not half so strong as they looked gave way and Master Kit fell sprawling into the pas sageFree He got up and walked down to his own room where he changed his clothes and taking the few shillings ha possessed left the house and set out on foot for Oxford Two months later Kit Carew was riding from London to Oxford He had done fairly well for himself elnce his flight from home He had obtained a commission In a regiment of horse and had fought stoutly on several occasions and now had been chosen for the task of collecting con tributions from the royalists in Lon don to aid the exhausted royal treas ury In Oxford Carew was tremendously proud of being made kings messenger and unfortunately overwhelmed with the weight of his responsibility He carried 12000 In gold The night before he left London he had lain on the hearselike four poster in the tavern guest chamber with his money bags tied about his body like an old miser The road between London and Oxford was so guarded by the forces of the parliament that Carew meant to ride by way of Croydon Dounlngton castle and then north to Oxford through a district held by the king He made a long Journey the first day and by dusk was within a few miles of Baslngstoke The August evening was hot and op l resslvevBheet lightning played over the landscape and the faraway growl of thunder was almost Incessant For a few moments he forgot the treasure he carried until turning the corner of the lane he came upon a swift moving troop His heart leaped up to his throat The orange tawney scarfs gleamed In the duskparliament soldiersA panic took possession of poor Kit He answered the officers challenge by a shot and wheeling about galloped blindly away The roundheads gave chase and their untlred horses soon gained upon the animal that had done a days Jour ney already A shot was fired Kits horse fell struggling- He shook himself free and dived Into the pine and broom woods that bounded one side of the road But it was a poor piece of cover small and in stumblingtcame out into a meadow He could hear his pursuers shouting and crashing through the wood behind him but there was no sign of them where ho stood Ahead he could Just descry a dark mass of buildings a big louse and a wood beyond He ran across the meadow the vivid lightning showing up his dark overbooted and accoutered cure against the sickly green ot the grass He heard ashout and horses feet thudding over the turf Hot and breathless weighed down by the weight of the gold he carried he ran stum bling in his haste in and out among the farm buildings and the stacks until he found himself under the walls of the house There was no sign of life on the side on which ho stood but there was a great wisteria growing all over tho wall and framed in the thick foliage he saw a window lie swung himself up with catlike agility and clambered over the sill Something stirred within and at that Instant a vivid flash of lightning luminated the whole room Then there was darkness Kit had seen a small bed chamber all dark shining oak and stiff white hangings a little white bed with the curtains partly drawn n young girls face peering anxiously forthWhat the girl saw was a young man kneeling in the middle of the room a white scared face surrounded by long tangled dark hair Kit bent down until the hand that held his sword rested on the floor For Gods sake betray me not he said In a whisper shrill in Its In tense entreaty Hide me Let me hide myselt here I am pursued by soldiers I bear dispatches and money for the king and I must notI dare not fall Into the hands of those men Poor Kits agonized appeal and his Imploring attitude would have touched a heart less sympathetic than that of this Puritan maiden Stay there awhile she ordered and discreetly drew the curtains There was a short Interval Kit knelt motionless listening to the tramping to and fro of the soldiers in the gar den to movements in the house down stairs and to a rustling behind the curtains of the bed After ti moment or two the maiden reappeared partly dressed and covered In a long gray cloak She lighted a candle and drew the curtains over the window There Is only one hiding place I can think of she said softlythis closet where my dresses hang See it runs queerly back In that corner sir I trust they will not search this room but you must be still for I fear It is my brothers troop that is seeking you bear his voice below stairs Hush Some one comes She shut the cupboard door upon him and moved away on tiptoe Kit had barely recovered his scat tered selfpossession when footsteps were heard in the passage outside tho chamber door A mans voice called out Are you stirring in there Charity Then the door was opened and as well as Kit could Judge two men en teredWhat are you about girl said one whom by his voice Kit put down as an old man Why are you clad thus and why is your candle alight Me thinks darkness Is best for the head acheI could not sleep because of the storm father said the girl I have only Just lighted the candle II was aboutto read awhile to drown my foolish tears- Daughter Charity said the old Puritan with awful severity we are searching for a malignant who hat concealed himself hereabouts Hast thou seen or heard anything of this manI heard the soldiers In the garden fatherShe must have been asleep sir said a mans voice Unless the men mistook the room But old Duncombe who knoweth the house as well as you do swears ho saw the fellow climbing over the sill of my sisters window Ay ay he was a beautiful faced young reprobate and so my lady must needs take compassion on him That Is the story I fancy said the old man and he gave a bitter chuckle that sent a shiver of disgust through the listening KitBut If he is hidden here we will soon have him out Search the room GodfreyWhile you are wasting your time hero the man is escaping brother cried the girl in despair Bid him go father and I will tell you alii Nay he shall stay declared the old man Speak girl he is th brother and hath a right to know o this business Then It was I whom they saw en tering at the window An awful silence followed this ter rible statement And whom did you go to meet madam thundered forth the old man There was no reply Let me get away from here before I do her an injury Would to God she had never been born Kit heard a husky unsteady voice exclaim and footsteps moved towards the door In that moment Kit realized that there are things more to be feared than deaththe life of one who has failed to act as becomes a man ono who has flinched ignobly at the mo ment of trial The sound of an opening door made father and son pause Turning round hey saw Kit standing with his back to the cupboard door his face white as a sheet and his eyes shining like two stars He flung his sword from him and it lay quivering at their feet Take IU he cried fiercely I yield She nover came In at the window It was I they saw and she said It to meCharity uttered a cry of despair and leaned sobbing against the window cur tainsSo this is your lover Madam began the old Puritan Indeed I am not protested Kit his face as scarlet aa it had been white I never saw the girlI never was eo much as In this country before And I do most heartily beg her to forgive mil I Ho was terribly confused The younger man who was called Godfrey seemed almost Wore amused than an gry Come sir ho said to his father poor little Charity hath committed no great sin In giving shelter to this young spark Let us leave her In peace and take our prisoner below So Kit was marched oft downstairs Into a great hall filled with parliament soldiers Here he was rigorously searched Hut ho had Mt the money and dispatches In Mistress Charitys cupboard so that they found nothing upon him but a few crowns anti cue letter which he had overlooked In his haste This note was of no importance to either king or parliament but It was enough to hang Its bearer It proclaimed the fact that Kit had been In this enemys quarters without a pass and therefore might bo pro ceeded against as a spy If he had not proved an able messenger he was a faithful one and his captors finding him stubborn were the less Inclined to mercy A contumacious young malignant It ever I saw one said the old man There is no doubt ho is on some er rand of mischief a spy most like and a clumsy one at that Ill have him hanged Godfrey Take him away men Lock him up In the cells and set a guard Ill see him hanged at day light Upon this Kit was pushed away by two troopers and locked up In a lit tie damp cellar Now his captors made a strange this cowry In turning over Kits letter case tho parliament captain noticed some thing written on the leather lining Chris topher Carew he read out and showed it to his father They looked at each other and then both burst out laughingYour future soninlaw sir I be lieve said the younger man Why so it Isl The boy who wouldnt be beaten Into marrying lit tle Charity What shall we do with him We cannot hang him The captain thought for a minute before answering- Do you desire this marriage heartily boy of course I do When once Charity Is wedded to this lad our for tunes are safe whether king or par liament win the dayif so be that the young man behave himself as a dutiful soninlawIn case It would be as well to kindlyI0 use Then they brewed a plot that had Its effect as follows Kit had lain on the cold floor and raged his heart out for an hour or so for selfpity and in misery at the idea that those who had dispatched him on this fatal Journey knowing nothing of his fate would perhaps give him credit for having absconded with the money Then ho thought of the beautiful Puritan girl who had so bravely tried to save him und at last tell asleepto awake presently and find Mistress Charity standing by his side Awake sir she said In a low voice tho sweetest he had ever heard Kit thought I have come to set you free See here is the gold and the foundunothing upon you I knew you must have left them In the cupboard My father knoweth naught of these But this Is a letter from my father He bade me tell you that ho wishes you no harm lie would fain have en treated you more gently but he feared to be suspected by his men of betray ing the Interests of the parliament Kits face Indeed his whole bearing plainly showed his admiration and heartfelt gratitude Blushing furious ly he stammered forth his confused boyish thanks to the composed maiden who one year his Junior in year was at least ten years his senior in every thing else Come sir she said smiling a lit tle I will show you the way out of the house Only we must take care to arouse none of the soldiers- A few moments later Kit found him self outsldo In the garden his thanks cut short by the barring of the little door by which he had made his exit The thunder had passed away It gropedfoff as fast as his legs would carry him bent on putting as much distance as was possible between himself and his late captors before daylight A few days later old Sir Christopher Carew was sitting sadly over his wine Ho had realized by this time that the son he had alternately petted and bul lied was all the world to him I was too hasty thought the poor old man The boy has a good heart If only I could have had patience enough to reason with him Or perhaps I ought to have let him see the girl before I ordered him to wed her These Indulgent cogltatlohs were in terrupted by Kit himself who shame faced and excited flung himself down on his knees by his fathers side and covered his hand with kisses Father forgive me I have seen Mistress Charity Warren She is more beautiful thanthan I can express And she is brave and infinitely kindi I will ride with you to Baslngstoke to morrow or this minute If It pleases you sir If I have your pardon I have servantFluttery Miss PechlsI have already said no to you Mr Vere I dont seem to be able to male myself plain although I have tried Percy VereAhl you couldnt do that no matter how you try Miss P hl- ilWellerof course I shall always be glad to have you call upon me Mr VerePhlladelpbla Press I GLACIERS ARE WANING Verified by the Lnteat I ldente Cul IrrtPil lit All Inrln of the Vurlit Tho French Alplno club appointed a committee of scientific men two years ago to Collect annually the results of nil the studies of glaciers made In every part of the world and to prepare yearly report The second report states the Now York Sun covering lite Just issued presents n large amount of evidence to show that throughout tho world tho great majority of glaciers are manifesting a constant tendency to diminish In area Their lower ends are slowly retreat Ing further up the mountains There are exceptions to this rulo In small districts but these exceptions only em phasize tine prevailing tendency everywhere from the arctic to the antarctic zonesIn Alps for example the diminution of glaciation Is everywhere noticeable excepting In the Oriental Alps where tho glaciers are now a llttlo longer and thicker than they were at the beginning of the century Through out the Cordilleras of the Andes the glaciers are retreating It was reported last year that tho great glacier on the west sldu of Mount Sarmtento near the south end of South Africa which Darwin found in 1836 to descend to tho sea lsnow separated from tho shore oy a vigorous growth of young timber Albert Urun who visit ed some of the glaciers of Spltzbergcn last year discovered that tho present terminus of tho great East Glacier In He search bay Is now about 6000 feet back of the moraine which It deposited at some earlier period M C Engel has brought home evi dence that the Jacobshavn glacier ono of the largest in Greenland tins retreated about four miles from 1850 tc July 1902 Mr Oycn reports that the line of perpetual snow Is now at e higher altitude among the mountains of Scandinavia than a few years ago and that the glaciers have diminished in abnormal proportions This process has been going on in Scandinavia for a very long time In many cases It is found that the present Kinder ends are now over 3000 feet back of their terminations a century ago as Is shown by the glacier records which have been kept In that region for about 150 years Among the Rocky mountains the most notable recession of glaciers was that obierved last year by Mr Fenne man who found that tho Arapahoo gla cier had been rapidly retiring for sev eral years and he attributes the fact to a deficiency In snowfall In the past four winters Variations In the size of glaciers are of course due to climatic variations and if glaciers are not now so largo ai they were a few years or decades ago it Is because the general weather con ditions are more temperate To illus trate this topic the committee on gla ciers has collected In Its report a mast of the most curious and Interesting tes timony as to the severity of tho win ters In the sixteenth seventeenth and eighteenth centuries According to this evidence eight feet of snow fell In January 159S on the plain of Dauphine and upon tho Au vergno mountains and many of tho houses in the villages were completely hidden from view Heavy snowfall was recorded in France for six months from November 2 1613 to May 18H The summers of 1615 and 1618 were phenomenally cold In France lea formed In rivers on June 11 and 12 1615 and snow fell on the lower mountains oa August 1618 Proof is given that these centuries In which remarkably severe weather was recorded were periods of large growth of glaciers The average weather conditions throughout the world are now certain ly more temperate than in those days If the old records are true and the an nual means of temperature and precip itation are now conducive to tho diminution of glaciers Scrapple In Ilillailrlphln The Ihlladelphla scrapple season ts now at Its height and in the three or four big scrapple factories of the city about 50000 pounds of the delectable compound are produced weekly Each factory prides Itself on the peculiar fla vor or its scrapple Just as breweries pride themselves on the flavor of their beer There are indeed scrapple con nolsccurs In this citymen who when a dish of setapple Is served to them can say unerringly This is Browns or This Is Smiths or This is Jones scrapple Many Pennsylvania farm ers too make their own brand and take a pride in It and have a host of followers who declare there Is no scrap plo like Farmer Alburgers or Farm er Schultzs or Farmer Dlffcnderfers as the case may be It follows that the scrapple expert must be profound ly learnedmust be In fact as learned as the wine expert Scrapple Is climb Ing from a local to a national popular ity It Is shipped in refrigerator can to many distant states and in many cities Philadelphia Scrapple Is a fa vorite dish upon the breakfast menu Philadelphia Record- Yhurtentnlr the Month The number 20 Is the basis of the numerical system of certain native tribes of Mexico and Central America Other primitive peoples are known who use the vigesimal system but no other Is known says Proto Cyrus inomas which has adopted the 20day month or the 18month year In his opinion thin iwnth which corresponds to a revolu tlra of the moon has been dropped by time tribes above mentioned under the influence of their priests who have ben actuated in their choice by tho wish to make the length of the month fit into their achomo of divinatory cere monies which for name reason they had measured oft byl0 day periods Science A Sweet Tooth In responsible for many aches and pains But whatever tho cause of do cay it should bo arrested and the Teeth put in goodcondition We clean fill or extract teeth without pain to the patient Our fino seta of tooth nt fi made on zylonite or rubber are absolutely per feet We guarantee them Teeth extracted 25 cents Tho bent amalgam filling 75 cents Specialao 0 III 00 1110 nil for patient from a 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E Welch Jr Is your harness In goodrepair Spring plowingwill soon bo hero Got ready for it beforehand by put ting your harness in good shape from our splendid line of Collar Pads Collars Back Bands Bridles llamo Chains ilreeching Trace Chains Hnmcs etc If you need n Now Set of Harness wo have tho host Our prices are ex tremely low when you consider tho qualityT J MOBEBLYi Main Street Illchmond Ky Miller House Newly fitted up Meals and Board aud Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky A J THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS Fruits and vegetables a specialty f 1 OFPOSITF BDBDATIES tiLL 114It gloss wifm11flp mr DITCHGRADING LEVEL Inrmrrn Vlio lrnrn llmv lu Use II Will Hrliluiii llriiilr IIP irrv Ieri ur n NurtlIr I hero give a rues sketch of a J straight edge and level for leading tile ditch which I will try to explain First the straight cdgo Is flvo inchei wide by fievencichths Inches thick and lour feet one and a half inches Icing pinking onefourth of n rod of 1CH feet The straight edge Is leveled on tho bot tom so that no lump of dirt or gravel 1stone can get underneath to hold it on from tho bottom of tho ditch Tho two t uprights marked a can be any length oneballA Lcm FOR UllADINQ DITCHES by threeInch stuff nailed on righthand straight tdgo and tho level fastened on j tho righthand tide of the uprights co as to bit out of the way of the staff or handle which can bo of any length to 7lult the operator The bevel is fastened on the uprights with ono common screw nt the further end of the level The oth er end opposite Is fastened onto tho upright by cutting a narrow slot hole In the upright through which put n unnll Y4Lt that will just nil the slot hole side ways also coming through tin level pro vlld with a thumb nut and washer as howa on the drawing Thiro must be great accuracy In putting the level upon tae oprlfhts to have the bottom of the vri and the bottom of IhtttrmlRhtcdgi c i fly parallel When you art getting t b trade or fall of ditch to the rod by raiMBK or lowering the rear tad at the 1HI by taking the ln r nc0 OH rraght llee with hi bottom of the level UK nsurtd down at each extreme end of the Mnalght edge ou can tell just whit Ir line your ditch will have per rod mul tiplying the variation by four For lr Inner If tile difference In length f the straight edge and the line of the bottom of the level was threeeights of an Inch the fall In the ditch Ittr rod would be f twelveeights equal to 1V4 Inches as tbe ctratghl tdga Is ontfourth of IGfc feet Always drhe the tile tight at the top cf the Joint to keep out all the loose dirt My experience teaches mcthnt the watrr always enters the till at the bottom AI ways we a pcuop to nt the size of the tile thru when you nil In the dirt will t not crowd the tile out of line la petting the level for work have the Incline ro ns to have the bubble always occupy the renter of the opening of the level In to doing you seldom require the icrvlcri of a surviy or Prairie Farmer MARYLAND LEADS OFF Cmncm of Ttint Mnlr Siiii ort Xn tluual llrinntiii fnr Intcrnl Alii- In Itt IIl1thllrI The state grange of Maryland Is the fleet of the state granges to follow the National granpo In tnaudlci that the government aid In Improving the highways At n fully attended nuttlrK In Itiltlmoro recently a strong resolution on this subject was adopted and Master J D Alter lu his annual address snld There seem to be groat Intend at this time all over the state la regard to Rood roads It II said that the government has expended J500tiOOOW In Improving the rivers nnd harbors and proposes to upend 1200000000 In building the lat h mian cnnnt Therefore we bellcvoBotre thing should be appropriated to assist tho farmers In bullrtlr permanent high ways rIJ1Qrtment very materially Ulscusilt tho balance of trade tho secretary says that the favorabls balance of trade to the credit of this country Is duo entirely to tho farmers The balnrfco of trade In the farm products during the last 141 years no year uctpte aggregated 54 800000000 In products Other than the farm products during the sate period tho balance of trade was adverse to this country to the cxtint of fSGfiCOOOUO Our farmers not only canceled this Im menlo obligation but placed 51940000 000 to the credit of the nation when the hooks of the International exchanges were balanced lie concludes that It Is the farmers that have paid tho foreign bondholders Now vrhy should not the government aid the farmers In the construction of roads It is shown by care ful estimates that It cost 900000000 to haul the products of the farm to railway stations rlvirs and canals which Is vastly more than It coats to maintain 200000 miles of railway and by careful estimates tlie cost could bo reduced one half I have no doubt that on some roads it could bo reduced much more f Will Ilulltl Good ItuaiU The county board of supervisors of Blmlra N Y appropriated J2G4000 for tnt construction of good roods through the county The roads will bo laid out in accordance with the plans of the state engineer and in harmony with the suggestions of the New York and Chicago Good Hoads association The roads are Intended to form v part of a highway running from New York to Chicago Milk na rapidly as possible without irritating or worrying tho cows BUT ONE PROPER TIME Nulril Mn iuicltn 9IU Iliirllculturlil any Tint All 1r ll n In if Slulllil- llu Doie In June After thru score joara of espcrlcnct lu orchard culture allow me to say Kornething on the proper t mo fur pruning Thoro in but one proper time tilt month ot Juno IlIta mo new uai forma on tho woou Moro orcharos are ruined by bcluii pruned at Improper tunes than Irons all other causes If pruned In autumn or winter the bark will dry around this stump stud heal there but never over the end this exposed stump will rut out in a few years leaving a rugl ell hole whore water ran enter nnd tbn decay or tho center of the whole itttbegins shortening Us life many year It pruned In Ito spring the wound bleeds thesap often running down and killing the bark below malting a black unsightly wound which never heals over und tho whole tree la subject to decay It pruned In June when tho new bnrl nnd wood Is forming the wound begins to heal nt once und no matter what tit size of tho branch cut may be the wound will heal before decay begins tho tree Is vigorous and in good condi lion Care should bo taken to cut closo to tho trunk or larger branch that tho wound may heal over tho end for ii cut two or three Inches from the trunk or main branch nature forget to carry tho necessary material to heal over the wound and again till water enters and decay occurs Whim from accident tho effect of snow twice a large branch Is broken cut tem porarily leaving a foot or more to be cut again close to the trunk In the month of June pruneIntlmo and little else to do and nro anxious Jo be at work and thus have some excuse but If they could realize the domnne they are doing to their own property they might perhaps retrain and put their labor to better account at the proper soaaon W S Ulpley In Country Genttoman HINTS ABOUT MILKING IlIfore commencing to milk brush udderIOfnot strip p4na after the milk Is oil drawn Always milk a cow In the sane manner nt about the same time and speed Any change will Irritate and tend to excite her friendlyfeeling changedI ofIAfter a little manipulation of the teats anti udder tho milk Is ready to toIa cow ii much richer than the nut The last quart usually contains moro than three times as much butter as tbo first No definite rulo can bo given as to how tho teats should be handled In milking na cows dotter and hands dif for so much but bo sure of one thing please the cow If poitslblo Have tho stable clean and have the cow clean or you cannot get cleat mill Lime and whitewash for wags and posts la a good thing Land plaster Is a good absorbent In the stableWhen It comes a cows turn to be milked she knowa it and expects it and wants to bo milked It you disappoint her and milk half an hour later the chances are that you will get less nnd even poorer milk than it you milked at the proper time SAVES LOTS OF WORK WlirrI Hop of Miuplr Cnnilrnrdnn sari Ailniilnl lspeehdlr for Light inrlcu Work The accompanying cut explains itself Use an old bucksaw bent at right angler for blade eight Inches Is whlo enough fur onions etc In 14Inch rows Have P USEFUL WHElil HOE tho blacksmith punch the holes for bolto and turn tho corners A wooden wheel will do The large wheel of an old sew ing machine Is best The average farm boy will have It built and out In the snow with It to see If it hangs right before you know it On good garden soil free from stones he will do at much with It In ten minutes as you can with a hoe In one hour John Jack son In Epltomlst TrlllnK the Sex of Chick After some experience chicks can be selected before they ore two months old Leghorn pullets soon show their sex on tho wings DairocI Plymouth nock cockerels ore lighter than tho pullets and there Is a differ enco In the shape Pullets seem to fill out the wings sooner and take form early Cockerels are straight up their heads curl over their feet have longer legs and necks and are bare about tho shoulders The pullets have rather moro of the Dorking or duck shape not standing up to straight Observation and experience are the best guides It Is claimed that If tho little combs are examined with a magnifying glass these of the cock erels will be straight vriiile those of over the pullets will bo inclncd to tau THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LNon In the Internntlnnnl Srrlo fur Januiirr 1M ltHiJesus Itu Jrplril nt XniHrelti THE SSONTEXlLuk 41630 oilli X s1ITIlr ensile unto Ills oivti nnil Ills invn rrcelvril lilm nutJllllH till- OrTUNK OP SCIUITUIIK H13CT1ON Arrest of John the lJapUt1Iatt H3G Arrest of John the UaplUtMurk 61718 i192a8eghmingMatt 11217 UeiflnmriK of Jtu Galilean MlnUtry Murk 11116 lieKlnnlnir or Jr us Ualllean Ministry 4U 1- 6Rejection sit NazarethMatt 11flUI NazarethMarkG16Rejection Time Ilii rejection at Nazareth oc cured m April A D 28 Tart of The year of obscurity riucp Nazareth In Galilee NOTES AND COMMENTS Between the Incidents of todays lea son and those of lost Sundays an Inter vat of about 16 months elapsed during which time Jesus was at work mostly In JudcaHo came to Nazareth In the course of a tour through Ualllee Until a llttla over a year before Jesus had been a carpenter In Nazareth Then He had gone away to the wilderness of Judea to John the UaptUt and since that time strange reports had coma back to the homo town Men said that lie bad be come a great prophet and was rivaling John the llapllst himself John 412 and strangest of all news had come from Capernaum that he had miraculously healed the son of a prominent man there John 44654 and from Cana only four miles away that lie had turned water Into wine at n wedding feast John 2111 The synagogue on the day of which we aro studying was full of Isle fellow townsmen all eager to see whether the young carpenter was really so great after all He entered as Ills custom was Into the synagogue Referring to Ills cues tom of preaching In the synagogue when ever possible That He had always been an attendant at the synagogue went without saying Stood up to read As a distinguished man whom everyone wanted to hear Jesus was invited to con duct the service The prophet Isaiah Comparison with the original shows that this Is a free translation probably taken from a Greek or Aramaic version Note the point In the quota tion whore Jesus stopped If Ho had gone on Ills next words would have been and the day of vengeance of our God John the Baptist would have pone on Jesus did not This quotation Is priceless to us because It clearly gives Christs conception of Ills ministry Note that Ills mission Is not so much to the strung and the fortunate as to those who need help the poor the captives the blind the bruised The reference Is not to physical conditions alone but to the heart life Tho ac ceptable year of the Lord Tho wel come year the time of Gods especial bounty Adency Tho attendant The keeper of the sacred rolls And sat down To speak This was the cus tom Eyes fastened on him Not simply because of curiosity but held by the strength of Ills wonderful person alityToday hath this Scrplture been ful filled Jesus great declaration of Him self and ills mission to Ills former townsmen He probably said a great deal more that Is not reported All bare Him witness Ills power was unde niable Words of grace Both mes sage nnd manner surprise the people by their graciousness Is this not Jo sephs lIOn Ills fellow townsmen evidently knew nothing of the virgin birth They felt lilts power but that lie was really rtntns great as had been re ported they could not believe for was lie not the son of an ordinarycarpenter If they believed any such thing of Him Ho would have to prove It to them And He said unto them Probably seeing that they were In a mood to demand proof of His great claims Physician heal thyself A challenge to do for His own town what It was reported Ho had tone for others Jesus never ac cepted such challenges though they were often given Neither the truth Ho preached nor Ills relation to tho Fa ther depended on tho ability to work miracles and He would not work them to satiety people who considered them the only convincing proof of His eonshtp ills refusal with the Instances in verses 2527 see 1 Kings 1721 and 2 Kings IOC enraged tho people to the last degree Jealousy hatred and murder were In their hearts slut lie passing through the millet of them went life way This does notas sort either 1 that Jesus became Invis ible or 2 that lie had miraculous pro action Tho temptation scene at the wing of till temple precludes the Idea that Jesus would resort to such means of saving lllm elf It Is enough to con clude that the mysterious majesty of the person of Christ overawed the tickle roollAtleno This Is a remarkable Illustration of a fact that we must not forget in thinking of the personal ap pearance of Jesus Most of the great jointers have emphasized the gentleness and sorrowfulness of tho Saviour at tho expense of the strength pad even ma jesty which the Gospel story sometimes reveals Compare with this John 1039 and 18d Grapes trout Cnunnn Fools always try to retrieve folly with falsity Tho wise man fears pride when he hears praise When the door is shut It is an Invitation to knock It is of no use denouncing sin before you renounce it It is easier to be religious with your eloquence than It Is to bo eloquent with yourreligion measures men at their death by the things they leave the Christian by the things they go to receive Rami Horn TRAVELS OF A HALF DOLLAR In the Conrir of Mnrlccn Venn a Jlurkril Cola W u Twlcn llrnrd Front In August 1884 George Sizer of Ilarrodsuurg Ky was run over by tho chemical engine nnd received In juries that proved fatal Ten years after his death a letter addressed to him was turned over to his mother Mrs Mary Slzer It was written by a gentleman In New York who stated that he had come In possession of half a dollar with tho name George Slzcr Harrodsburg Ky stamped on It and If it was of any value to him to send cents and ho would return the coin with the name on It Mrs Slzer was quite ill at the time and tho letter was never answered The coin Is still in circulation for a few days ago another letter came here addressed to George Sizer It was dated Daltlraorc Md November 27 1903 and was written by Miss Irene Yorks Sho stated that her company was filling an engagement at a theater in that city and two nights before tome admirers of her histrionic ac complishments had tossed several coins on tho stage and among them was a 50cent piece with his Slzers name on It that if he desired she would send the coin This letter was also given to Mrs Mark Slzer and she has sent 60 cents to Mss Yorks with a request that she send her the piece of money with her dead sons name on It A singular thing in connection with Miss Yorks letter Is that it is dated November 27 the nineteenth anniversary of Mr Slzers death- DESCENDANT OF KING DAVID Denilif of Ihllnilplplila Wnmmt- Vliu Trnrrd ICinlips tu Jvwlili Family of Abnrbunel A lineal descendant of King David died In Philadelphia recently Mrs Gustav Ltpschuotz was her name She lived with her husband nod five children on Diamond street but death came In St Lukes hospital where she had undergone an operation She was 63 years of age Through the misty reaches of sacred history this woman could trace her kinship to the distinguished Jewish family Abarbinrl whose relationship to King David Is undoubted and whose achieve ments throughout Europe are matters of historyMrs Llpscheut whose maiden name was Bertha Neumann sprang from that branch of the family of which Don Isaac Abarbancl prime minister in Spain In 1492 was the head During that time when persecution against the Jews be gan as a result of the change In the religious views of Ferdinand and Isabella Don Isaac was obliged to flee with his less favored brethren The family scat tered settling In various parts of Europe Don Isaac afterward became prime minister In Italy The grandfather of tho dead woman was Rudolph HIrsch Abarbanel one of the foremost rabbis of Germany in the last century The tit of Gretz where he died gave him a public funeral and the government buildings were draped In mourning Dead Mnn Come to Ilf An old man named John Crak who lived alone at Norwich England had been ill and as his housn was f hut up a neighbor entered and found him on the bedroom floor apparently dead She gave Information to the police and a constable came to the conclusion that Crake had expired as he was cold and motionless An undertaker was sent for but on hla arrival he was surprised to flnd Crake sitting up on the bed and cutttrlcg Ho died a few hours later from apoplexy MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Jan 14 CATTLECommon 52 75 0 3 75 Heavy steers 4 C5 0 5 00 CALVES Extra f 7 25 HOQS Ch packers 6 25 0 30 Mixed packers 5 00 0 5 25 SHEEP Extra 3 85 0 4 00 1uVMBS Extra 35 0 40 FLOUR Spring pat 4 C5 0 6 00 WHEAT No 2 red 3 94j No3 winter 90 0 9- 1CORNNo2 nixed 0 4- GOATSNo2 mixed 40 0 40- YnYFNo2 61 G 6- 3HAYCh timothy 013 25 PORK Clear family 016 30 LARD Steam 7 00 7 12j BUTTER Ch dairy 0 12 Choice creamery 0 26 APPLES Fancy 3 00 0 3 60 POTATOESPer bbl 2 60 0 2 76 TOBACCO New 3 J 9 00 Old 5 60 0 5 65 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 10 4 30 WHEATNo 2 red 82Ip 88 No 3 spring 75 0 85 CORNNo2 mixed 0 45 OATSNo 2 mixed 38 0 38Y RYE No 2 0 54 PORKMess 12 871001311- 0LARISteam 70 75 New York FLOUR Win sfrtSi 4 05 4 20 WHEATNo 2 red 0 9- 5COnNNo2 mixed 0 55 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 434 RYE Western 0 64Y PORK Family 016 00 LARD Steam Q 7 20 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 0 88V4 CORNNo mlxW 0 50IA OATSNo 2 mixed 0 ny CATTLESteers 6 00 0 6 26 HOQS Western 0 6 60 LoulivllleX WHEATNo2 red 0 92 CORNNo mixed 5- 0OATSNo2 mixed q 40 PORK Mess l2 00 LAUD Steam 0 75 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 0 DOY CORN No 2 mixed 0 42 OATSNo2 mixed tfi 37 Berea College PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 College Library In Kentucky NO Applied ScienceTwo years Course with and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Normal Courses For Teachers Three course Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Oonrte Four years fitting for College 4 for life College Oouriea Literary Scientific Classical ate degrees MuBlc Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano We are here to help all who will help themselves nation Our instruction U a free gift Students pay a fee to meet expenses of the school apart from Instruction Ollounde4for board in advance Expense for term 13 be brought within 2400 about S1G to be paid in The School is endorsed by Baptists Ckristians sluts Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all Pw INFOMUTKm nt RICHLY ABY1CI Htnm Ik WILL C OAMBLE Berea The InternationalTNa LARGCIT LINE Of 8ELFPRONOUHCIWO BIBLES Am SUNMNIC ran run CLEAR PIUKTSCHOLAIUT HELPS DO YOU NEED A BIBLE 1 Theo sent tor tats Preach Horace Mvliltr Clrrutt Eonm Corntrt Bed Uattr 0 U Edge SILK SEWED Large Typ IDale- aSELFPRONOUNCINQ TEACHERS BIBLES CONTAINING TIM mtlBittott C ncer4anc Us Most Satisfactory In ZxliUact niutratloni tape la colon tad the suit courun man Te TUB STT7DT Of TO BIBLE 17- PHtacI rsttitThutbtoU cte- Additoaal iCllrbtePrice only 85 cts DDRESS THE CITIZEN BEREA v t x KENTUCKY J Madison County Roller Mills I NId I leItJI Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour ItiICC id 1IA Potts Duerson I I Whites Sutioo Ky mm Jc NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks SCHOOL EXFENBZSdn first dr oi term College LtU Noon Anoormalbooo1N A Gram UddecUl M 4M I 25 IITopfupleTee2233 I J3 sstimated 225 123 15S 23 Total school expenses 800 100 100 100 For piano stenography and other extras see Bptctil Expenses below LIVING BXPBItSBSBoud AM la tdrtne ky eonth Room rest ky term Board room fuel and lights 121 for Ml and spring ttl75 a week 124 for winter term 200 week Board In the Tlllice allowed In spprosd- placesvarlet In price according to accommo dtttoni furnished Adding these living expenses to school n peniei we find To tie paid tile drat day Includln the II depotlt In Collegiate Department 12020 Academy and Latin Normal 1920 Applied Science Normal and A Grammar 11720 Model BchooU 11690 la winter IL83 more for each No student can be received who Sails to mak this adroao pay Ordinary IxpeoM for Wieke are MID to be In Collegiate Department 30 Academy and Latin Normal l Applied Science Normal od A Grammar t2T Model Schools la winter three dollars more for each Students paying board and room seal la Ml for a term at the beginning iMtiv a dlMonal W fifty cents Student duly xcni before tho adcf atam receive back an quiubl portion alai noun they hay advanced SPECIAL BZPnSBS- RMO veal or Special Theory 14 I MOM IT4JJOrtanSunography or Clue Harmony SOS UM of Plano or II hr i bit 76- 0VatdryanCbeaay ol Muilo r term ISO ChemicallAboratorraccording to material andbreaka a about ileal 01 and M1Cloacoplca1 k boratottis perterm r1Mt drain per term loriduatlon Fuwlthdagruwlthdiploma 1e 200 a wtta tr se IXRI cuTNADC MAIM COPYRIGHT DctiaNij dial Anyon t ndtng a Iudr I mar tEOlIooprobbl untabla Commaotar- Uon stnctlrmnad dandbnokorPa l4 Nnt tram de tagency for isc t1N ta- iW JDD A CO nsl4tbmot Scientific Jfmericam- A bandfomtly UlnrtrmUd WMklr lareaat atla million of anr vtuao tMraaL frrm I- Ii a INti ColaradUaalNewwZE- LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD TISMI TOila Itaat May U lPSI Mon Train Dally Leave Here 8 26 e m Arrive Richmond 862 am a aArrieParls606Arri a in- iOotn Rarer Vraln B D- NLeayeBerea12 b6 p m Arrive Richmond 1 25pm Arrive Paris 8 18pm Arrive Cincinnati 6 OOpr m Wral DtUf LeaveBerea I 11 p a Arrive LiYlDptoa206p so flcloc SBtk Dally Leave Herea 1124 p m Arrive Livingstoa1280 a m Trains No1 and No 5 make cott nectlon at Livingston for Jelllco and Lbe South with No nod No 27- WHtiOWER Ticket Agent IIrrh from now until January 1905 l e Citizen with victors and special numbers 4 f If THE CITIZEN I BRIEF AND TO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES House Coimiiltten Hiports Favorably on Hellln SullVugri lltll Mother and Untie lulled Charles Finch Con f vlcited or Killing Unknown Man Louisville Ky Jan HFruIt and produce commission men from overt large city between Denver and the Atlantic coast and St Paul and New t Orleans were present to the number of 300 when tho National Association of Commission Merchants met In an nual convention here The only ses stun hold was devoted to welcoming speeches tho address of the presi dent of the association W S Gavan of Baltimore and reports of commit tees Many matters of Interest to the trade will bo discussed during the three days session These Include practically everything but prices Beckham Not a Candidate Frankfort Ky Jan 19ln the house following the reporting of the Cantrlll schoolbook bill to that body Speaker Brown presented and hall read a letter from Governor Beckham bitterly assailing Senator Cantrlll In the course of the letter the gover nor makes known that he will not bet a candidate to succeed Senator Black burn The governor In dealing with tho schoolbook bill charges Cantrlll with having defeated schoolbook leg elation at the last session and that his advocacy of the measure now Is Insincere Governor Beckham ills cussing his senatorial candidacy says ho has never intended to run for sen ator and sarcastically says I know It I should run I would have no more chance of getting to the senate than Cantrlll has to go to congress Mother and Baby Jailed Jackson Ky Jan 18 Deputy Sheriff James Holbrook delivered to the jailer a woman of the name of J Tab whom he arrested on Quicksand creek 20 miles from Jackson on a capias issued on a judgment against her in favor of the commonwealth for selling liquors without a license She carried in her arms an Infant 10 l months old Her husband accompa nled the sheriff as far as the jail and although he was able it Is said to satisfy the tine of 31 he permittedr his wife and baby to go to jail j ri Stole Marriage License Bluefield W Va Jan 16Guests at a wedding which was announced to take place at Willomton are scour I ing the hills looking for Frank Mont yo who at the point of a revolver held up Joseph Miller and forced him to surrender a license to marry j Eleanor Nance to whose affections he was a rival The wedding party was awaiting the arrival of the groom and when he returned minus the license the guests headed by Miss Nances father started after Montyo Was Acquitted but Lynched Petersburg Va Jan 15 Informa tion has been received here of the lynching in Sussex county Va of a negro named Elmore Mosely by a mob of negroes Mosely was tried this week for killing another negro on the public highway in the pres ence of the victims wife and child He was acquitted A mob of negroes the dead mans friends went to Mose H lys house seized him and hung him i to a tree and riddled his body with bullets Was Mortally Wounded Nicholasvllle Ky Jan 18 Beattle Vincent was shot and mortally I wounded at the home of George Rud v der where he called to see the daugh ter Vincents statement is that he 1asked who lived In the house when was attacked by two young men II George Hughes was arrested and con fessed that his companion Henry WaldrIdge had done the shooting while drunk He is now in jail but WaldrIdge is still at large Must Die Hoptynsvllle Ky Jan 18 The jury In the case of Commonwealth versus Charles Finch charged with aiding and abetting in the murder of an unknown white man near Pem broke Nov 14 returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the penalty at death Six other negroes will be tried for complicity in the crime Found Husband Married Louisville Ky Jan 18Mrs Wit Ham Fullwood of Baltimore almost prostrated by the grief caused by the news of the death of Captain William Fullwood her husband arrived at the Willard hotel When told he had been married to another woman she col lapsed She is in an almost hopeless condition a Mother and Daughters Perish Middlesboro Ky Jan 15Dy re Elizabeth AVardle 45 and two daugh Edith 11 and Bessie 7 were to death in their home about 1tels miles north of here The char bodies were found in the ruins of house It is supposed the build ing caught fire from an overheated y store t In Honor of Gordon Mlddlesborp Ky Jan 1613y request of Major J W Carew every Confederate veteran every son of a veteran and every Daughter of Con federacy In Den county ceased work and bowed head at 10 oclock in honor of General John B Gordon Disfranchises Illiterate Negroes Frankfort Ky Jan ISThe house committee on suffrage and elections has decided to report favorably the Hefiln suffrage bill This measure In i effect disfranchises the negro on the i round of Illiteracy Hl oJ IHHM I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LJ 1 MHIH H I l 11 1I1HIHIIHI IHI J W Bales of Irvine was a busi ness visitor here on Monday Mrs G D Holliday is sick at her homo on Jackson street Rev H M Shouse left Monday on a trip through New York and the EastMiss Lizzie Benge who has been visiting friends at Kingston has returned home- J E Dalton is out again after his severe attack of smallpox He hopes to begin work at his shop next week Mrs J W Kirby is seriously sick this week at her home on Center streetLATERMrs Kirby died yesterday morning shortly after midnIght The funeral services were held this morn ing from the Parish house conducted by Rev A E Thomson Burial in the Berea cemetery followed Mrs Kirby was 80 years old and esteemed andrespected by all who knew her Miss Allie Fowler returned Satur day from an extended visit with her parents at Livingston Ky Willie Morgan who has been in Berea for an extended visit has re turned to his home in Hamilton OhioPrayer meetings are being held each night this week at the Parish House in preparation for the revival services which begin next Sunday Howard Skoots Etnbreo has changed his base of operations from Canada to near Salt Lake City Utah He will be engaged there for several monthsMr Burdette left last Thurs day ona business trip to Indianapolis Ind He will visit his daughter Mrs bI L Spink at Chandlerrille Ills before returning Thursday morning Deputy Sheriff Joe Maupiu was thrown from a horse on the Berea pike and had his collar bone broken and sustained other injures Kentucky lifgiser C A Loen and family who have made their home hero on Jackson street for sometime are moving this week to LaFoellette Tenn where they will make their future home Mrs Sophia Morgan was very much surprised when a great number of her friends came in to help celebrate her birthday Tuesday night They all enjoyed themselves very much Lunch was served Miss Bettie Mason has opened up a dry goods and notion store in the room vacated by Preston Her shelves counters and show cases are filled with pretty things of the femi nine gender tastefully and tempting ly displayed It is reported that the case against John Holcombcharged with instigating the burning of a store which came up for trial last week at McKee resulted in a hung jury This is the second time this has occurred in con nection with the same case A large number of sample copies of TIIE AMERICAN FARMER are being sent out If you do not receive one drop us a postal Remember we are giving THE AMERICAS FARMER free for one year to all those answering our had on page 3 Cut out fill in andmail the coupon today Rev Mr Dannenberg National Student Secretary of the Y M C A andclosely connected with the student volunteer movement spoke in chapel yesterday morning and at the Parish Housa last night Mr Dannenberg goes to China next year The second number of the Lyceum course of this season has come and gone and every body is satisfied Prof Dodge who so kindly conducts these courses from year to year be cause he had the largest audience perhaps which ever attended lyceum nuimber in Berea and the audience because each one got back his admis sion fee several times over in the entertainment ho received The Tyroleans or Alpine Yoldlers as they are called owing to their peculiar manner of singing were the attrac tion They appeared in their splendid native Bavarian costumes and in addition to their songs gave exhibit on various Bavarian musical instruments Mr Reilhofers imperson ation of various historicalcharacters called forth admiration his imperson ation of Napoleon without the aid of any make up being considered the best The news of the death of Mrs Charlotte Halstead Fairchild on Tuesday January 12 at the homo of her daughter Mrs Kirshner in Kan sas City Mo brought n feeling of profound sadness to allwho had known the beautiful life she lived here during the brief months that Dr Geo T Fairchild was spared as Vice President of Berea College The funeral party comprising the three sons Rev E M Fairchild of Albany N Y Dr P H Fairchild of Now York Mr D G Fairchild of Washington D C together with Rev and Mrs H MJones now of Kalamazoo Mich reached Berea Friday p m The simple but impressively beautiful burial service was from the home of Prof and Mrs Mason the house that Dr and Mrs Fairchild had plan ned together and which he had lived to see partly completed Rer H M Jones was assisted by Rev A E Thompson in the service and a goodly number of the old friends and college workers gathered to pay this last tribute to one whose life had been as a benediction to all who knew her When the casket was lowered to its resting place in the Fairchild burial lot beside the husband who had pre ceded her so short a time one could not fail to think of how much the lives of this family had accomplished for the upbuilding of Berea Mrs Fairchild was of the Friend or Quaker descent and no better example has been know among us of the peace and calm of spirit under lifes severest trial All who knew her must feela deep sense of personal loss and their sympathies will go out to the bereaved family including the two daughters who were unable to attend the funeral HHHHIlHHKl + College Items HERE AND THERE HIII iI t I hiI1 State Student Secretary Lucas of the Y M C A visited the local association this week The enrollment for the winter term passed the eight hundred mark Monday reaching 803 This breaks any previous record for the fifth week of any winter term Tutor Dizney has secured from four students from Eastern Kentucky a fine large catamount skin It will be properly mounted and will make a fine addition to the college museum Miss Vera Greenleaf of St Louis who was a student here in the fall term died Sunday week at her home Her death was due to an injury received from a fall on the ice while skating VicePresident Geo A Hubbell is expected about February 1 Besides his executive duties he will teach the class in College Psychology As a preparation for beginning the study he has asked the class to road Dream Life by Ik Marvel and Bollocks Psychology and Psychic Culcure The joint debate between the Phi Delta and Alpha Zeta literary societies has been set for Friday night February 26 The following question has been chosen Resolved that free trade would bea better economic policy for the United States than protective tariff Alpha Zeta has the affirmative and Phi Delta the nega tiveProf M E Marshrepresented Borea at the Intercollegiate Athletic Association meeting held Saturday at Lexington Berea was unanimously admitted to membership in the as sociation as was also Kentucky Wesleyan at Winchester Some im portant amendments to the consti tution were made looking to the banishment of every semblance of professionalism from Kentucky col Universityhasany time by accepting the constitution as amended Besides the two colleges nijtioned Central University Georgetown College and State College are members of the Association DO NOT NEGLECT A slight cold in the head or chest It PneumonlaorConsumption applyfreelyremedy House Bill No 25 The newly elected member of the Lower Housh of the Kentucky Legis lature from Bruathltt couaty has introduced bill against the reception of whit and colored students tit the same school which is said to be aimed courseiwouldlIa nard Yale Chicago University or any of the great schools of the world President Frost referred to the matter briefly at college prayers assuring the students that Kentucky would never violate its good faith by attacking Berea after allowing it to do its good work and accumulate property for forty years on the present basis Moreover the Kentucky Democracy would wish to promote good fooling in the North rather than to identify itself with the fanaticism of the extreme South Berea has heartily supported the public school system of the State and in all ways contributed to the prosperity of the Commonwealth Ho assured the colored students that Berea would in no case surrender their interests and said that even under the worst persecution Borea would still finda way to do good in the mountains Above all the college will do what is right in the sight of God It is hie blessing which has brought all its prosperity The students by an immense rising vote sustained the Presidents speech The citizens of Bores are somewhat concerned at the possibility of having an institution which spends such large sums of mon y here interfered with Even the rumor of this bill is said to have held up some contem plated gifts as people do not wish to erect more buildings here if there is the possibility that the college will have to be moved to the free States The citizens are unanimous testifiy ing that no scandal or harm has ever resulted front Bereaa arrangements in admitting all young people of good moralcharacter HAD NARROW ESCAPE ElKhtrrii Sell Froth Drowning In Icy Vutrr In Mammoth Cue Louisville Ky Jan 18 Eighteen delegates to the convention of tho National League of Commission Mer chants wore thrown Into the Icy water of Echo river which winds a tortuous course through Mammoth cave and were saved only by the coolness of the guideThe roof of the COo over Echo river la arched and the space In the center owing to an unaccountable rlie In the river was only two and a half feet above the water In order to In sure the passage of the boat tho men and women were forced to stoop over At one place the boat swerved to one side raking the heads of the persona In the boat next to the bank These leaned farther forward to escape strll Ing their heads This lowered one end of the boat and the water began to low In rapidly The guide saw the danger and called to Mr Muchlbron ner a member of the party to jump and take tho chain This he did landing on a steep bank which offered only a slight foothold Lying down on his face ho held to the chain and pull ed the boat towards the bank The boat sank in eight feet of water but further back where there Is no landing the water Is 18 feet deep By the light of a single lantern the party escaped by climbing over Muehl bronners prostrate form and after waiting several hours for a boat were brought In safety to daylight SiMiLE COIDS prolongedThethe very beginning Ballards Horehound Syrup stops a cold amid removes the cause of colds 25c f0o and bottle at East End Drugstore Postal Receipts Increase Chicago Jan 18 Comparative re ports of the postal receipts at the Chi cago postofllce for tho first 10 days In 1903 and 1904 show remarkable gains for tho beginning of the new year Statistics furnished by Postmaster Coyne show that sales of postage stamps and postal cards at tho Chi cago postofflco In tho first 10 days of 1904 amounted to 330416 against 284369 for the same period in 1903 The general postal receipts in the first 10 days in 1904 show an increase of 46628 over tho business of the same time In 1903 There was also a 13 per cent increase In tho amount of the registered articles handled A aiUSONEK IN TIER OWN IIOUSE Mrs W H Layha of lOP Agnes Ave Kansas City Mo has for sev eral years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cold which she says would keep me in doors for days I was prescribed for by physicians with no noticeable re sults A friend gave me part of a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy with instructions to closely follow the directions and I wish to state that after the first day I couldnotice a de cided change for the better and at 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 Our Next Serial Story One of the truly treat romances In our Encllsh tontuc The BoetonJournal One of the best novel thit hascome out of America Jeannette L GlUer of The New York and plc turesque It compels the entire Interest Philadelphia Public Ledger WereaJwllhnld- 1Ilhl story to well toll Cur Carlelon Lee InThe 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heart dUa rheumalliH backacbI gravel Cure I Dont become discouraged There It a curt for you If nCeQuwrlte Or He baa spent llfetlmu curing just nucli caMe a your All cousultatlonaeteTZIB I wa afflicted with kidney dllI and gravel and growing constantly worse ono of the gravels In my bladder amid I watatNiut tie have a surgical o InaerIremove It wIn Inducod to try llr Feanere llackarim Cure sndafter a few bottle pa vd n stone half as largo as a marble The medicine prnventrd formations and erected a cure W T OAKKfl Orrlx Sold by DrntreldU ftOc and II Alk for Dr Former Almanac or Cook Hook IlIancehr Mt h This space has been t purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of The OitizenI 0 Fedod O +O Fo f +O Io1 oFo + +O h+o4 O +ood odo fodo +od Q iWhat would make a better investment than one of our 0o + Self pronouncing + 0 I Teachers Bibles I 1 Advertised on page 7 o + i Regular 250 and 3 oo values Order early- offoilo 1 Fo Fol qo Fod o Fo Fo Fod o Fo + oo+o Fododo +ododo +o4 t Ww OJv ixb G6 lw twsrt i ww sw vw J1Nwirv4A- FROM TILL OVER THE STflTE I spytr84 1It34t4 lt toeiWt tNN PDtrt Dd rYO ITHE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Soth Houses Adjourned Out of Respect to Con John D Gordon rI Frankfort Jan 12 Among h measures Introduced In the senat- Monday won Urjslnr Kentucky con gressmen to vote for the Trlmlilo bill allowing tobacco growers to manufac withimittees for pauper Idiots pay for years thny failed to rofort to court IIo over Senator Hearses resolution lha Iho senate adjourn at 130 out of r pert to the dent of Gen Gordon tva unanimously adopted Senator Cam mack ulnillnr resolution aa to Oen onlstrtt was 111m IIdollled House Mr McDonald of Ioulsvllle offered a resolution of respect to tbo memory of Gen John U Gordon which was unanimously adopted J M Al vmoii of Lincoln offered a resolu lion Inviting Senator Arthur I Gor man to address the Kentucky legisla probnblbeolution by Mr McCiiln ofTrimble the speaker appointed Messrs McCain McDonald Clark Stevens and Worth Ington as a committee to draft resolu Lions upon tho death of lea Gordon Frankfort Jan 13 Senate Among tho bills Introduced Tuesday were To emend tho Insurance law by making more strict tho law against rebating Sn life Insurance premiums to amend Bocllon SCO criminal code by provid ing that tho mandate of the court o t appeals shall not Issuo till 30 day s have expired after tdu opinion U dell v ered to amend tho election law by illowlni mileage to one Judge of each precinct for bringing returns to county teat to protect owners and keepers of horses buggies and other vehicles From fraudulent hirer thereof to abol ish office of county asnoasor am boards of supervisors and providing for county boards of valuation and as icsnrnonl composed of three to do nil moMln nnd equalltlng to create tho i county of teckham out of puts of Carter Lewis and Elliott counties House Tho following bills were In troduced To prohibit colored and c white children from attending the came schools to prohibit tho Issuance tit any temporary restraining order to allow husband or wife In murder cases lo testify as to dying declaration v the other to provide that a wltnes- I may bo Impeached by a defendant by proof that lie previously made state testimonyir t running slot machines shall be fined r r not lew than J50 nor moro than i nnd Imprisoned not ten than on month not more than 12 months Fines porBonsfilio providing that no action to col rot an Insurance policy shall bo Instl tutoU within llvo years after tbo thus of action occurs to prohibit railroadsI nsing die ctach with a partition for white and colored passenger HSenateThotnesday To amend tax and license fee law so that no lawyer doctor or member of other professions In dills paylicense I R clone to regulate sale of Intoxicating liquors by wholesale by prohlbltliu optjoaprhibltwithin four miles cf any schoolhouae except In cities anti towns to make Justices of llo peace by virtue of their ofllcc overseers of public roads and ditches In their districts H usoMr Newman of Woodforrt county offered a roiolntlon crcatlnp a standing committee to bo known as tho committee on game fish and for entry to consist of nine members to bo appointed by the speaker The res olutlu was adopted Speaker Crown Announced the committee as follows J W Newman n W Miller W J Hughe Harry McDonald S D Coch ran Sam mack Charles K Day 11 0 Smith J Frankfort Jan 35 Eenito Tte f followIng bills yera introduccul- IUrstlay 1rovJd ng for taxation ot shares of natioca banks anti colo tlon thereof To a loy Jitubands Rill wife to testify LS in con rovcra os arltltiK over their property To loju publietoy pistols cannon and explosives uad prohibltfrom running on pubic roads lio nyJaboreuthe following committee on fish game jnd forestry Cairo Fnrns lllck man Phelps Campbell Gcoigo and Uo Haven Senator Do Haven presented a petition from Sholby county cltlieit asking that automobaaj bo prohlblto from running on pub Ic roads louse The committee on cap to appropriation reported favorably en tho Johnson appropriation bill pro rApolThoji bill increasing from 3500 to 30ti tho annual allowance tor clerk hlc The committee on codoi and pructlio reported favorab y ths Clayborn bll providing that hutbnads and wives finny testify against each othtr In ill oreo and nirnpny nclons lbs Fpsd Ing bU appropriating 5750 W for t e Kentucky exhibit ni kit Louis ha I IU tecond reading and went unto Iho orders of tho day- Travel Iii Interrupted Owlngsvjllo Ky Jan lliA cold wave struck this section Wejne day night and three Inches of snow fell It was snowing Thursday Wit ant bids fair to reach five Inches by morning Traveling is delayed by drifts In some puts of the county men Walton Indicted Flomlngsburg Ky Jan 1GArter cwo days session tho special grand Jury Impaneled Judgo liarbeson return ed an Iddlctment titr murder against Den Valton who killed Abe Cline with s baseball bat some weeks ago LIFES WORK IS OVER ExCov Johr Vouna Drown cf Ken tucky Pssscs Away 12Formereoclock Monday morning He had been operated upon several toes for drop Hy and had for nearly two weeks been upon the verge of dlnolutlon Ho was noted na n statesman nnd criminal law Kuntllclytdistinctionscongress Hunucrson Ky Jan HTho funeral of former Cloy John Young Drown took place Wednesday niter soon at 3 oclock from tbo First Pre bytcrlon church Too ofllciatlns min ister was Rev Thomas Cummins tho passer of that church Tto pillbcar ers were Actlvo A Tnrrott 1adn11- y Dado Jr Aaron Waller Joo II Alva John Altos Henry Lyne n fa Starling Jr end U II Thompson Honorary David flanks John W Lcckctt John P Lfirhell Montgomery Meirltt It H Cunningham It D Vance James F Clay F M Hutchc son 8 K Sneed John L Dorsey John OJlyrno and Peter Mnnlon and Judo J A Dean rf Owonsboro Tte members of the local bar attended the funeral In a body HAD A NARROW ESCAPE Lighted His Ppe and GasolineSoaked Clothes Csjaht Fire Louisville Ky Jan 16John U whoIrtrcctn was raved from burning to death Thursday morning by members of No 17 Cnslno Company lie had lion at work with tho lamps and his clothe were saturated with Bawllne when he struck a match to light bin pipe Tho gasoline was In stoutly Ignited and ho was enveloped In flames l eforo ho could call for help The engine company Is next door ta Beelersto his nftsltancc Ho west thrown on the floor of his liotito and tho clothes torn from his body DUILDI2IQaDill Introduced Appropriating 1003 033 For Its Erection Frankfort Ky Jan 13 Appropria lion bills aggregating n million anti a half dollars wcro lntr In tho Kentucky legislature Tuci Tho two biggest measures and which aro nearly certain of passage are one by Representative Johnson of Frankfort ppropratlng a million dollars for a hpoing 75000 for a state exhibit at the roulslana Purrhaso exposition The ouie committee met Tuesday after oon and nsrcod to report favorably n tho list named bill First Celt Foaled Thla Year Lexington Ky Jan 14 Thomas C McDowell owner of A4Hand stud Ycdncrday reported the first colt oaled this year by Allan A Unle out t Urace Girdle both bred by him 03 me of tho bOil looking colts Me Oowvll over trcd and has n premising future Mrs Wlngsto Found Dead Petersburg Ky Jan JIIr Mary Wlngate 73 was found dead by her cousin M F Wingatc tier grand son Karl Whltlnir Is a student in tho Cincinnati University Law school A daughter Mrs Fannie Wodgewood Ivfts In tho Germanic hats In ClnLv anti Kentucky Honors Gen Cordon- Mlddeaboro ICy Jan 1Gny r nest of MaJ J W Campbell every onfcderate veteran every son of a ctertn and every Daughter of tho wonfcdcrary In Dell county ceased work and bowed their heads at 10 jrlock Thursday morning In honor cf ion John U Cordon For a Second Crusade Jnrlson Ky Jan 15T7oadvanco uard of the Salvation army arrived ero Wednesday to make arrange iicnta for a second crusade Theyob ahcJ pcraslHslon frrm the county Utleo to ulq the court house A do a1lyot SalvatlcnUts will arrive Eat Many nightPedey Is FOiHant Owcnboro KyJan 15Mr T A Pedlcy chairman cf tho Sixth Judicial democratic committee announced Thursday night that ho is for William It Hearst for president Mr Pclley Is mayor pro tem Ho will bo proba bly elected president of a Hearst don ocratic club Fined Husband and Wife Owincsvlllo Ky Jan 5Dr and Mrs William Howling of the Ragtand oil fields wore arrested and brought here on the charge of unlawfully sell InK whisky iu Ragland where no sa loons am allowed They were heavily fined and relcaiod Receptions at tho Mansion Frankfort Ky Jan 15 During the winter Gov end Mrs Dickham will receive at tho mansion each Thursday afternoon from ato 6 oclock 11e friends of te boys and Mrs Dcclthan are Invited ti all oa reception days FIFTY EIOHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington Jon 12SenateSenator Hepburn Introduced In the senate Monday a resolution tho stay of all proceedings nowpending on nny application to enter or patent oven numbered sections of public lands In lieu of odd numbered sections owned l y nny railroad within the limits of forest reserves created by executive order Ilallrood companies and indi viduals have been compelled to sur render public lands within tho territo ries ret aside by tho president for forest reserves and are selecting land out sldo of such reservations in place of Itellhnrnsof congress to be that railroad com panics shall not recelvo as grants nny oven numbered sections of the public lauds and that all such even numbered poctlons should bo reserved for In ilivdual settlement llmisc No business of general Im portance was tranracted In tho house MondayWashington Jan lJSenatlIooralmost five hours Tuesday tho senate debated the Panama question nnd It was still under consideration when tho senate adjourned Tao discussion arose n resolution looking to tho arbl ration of Colombia claims on account of the Panama revolution House Tho houso for more than five hours considered tho legislative IIPllroprlatlonhiliA variety of tdplr Including Panama and tin tariff were discussed during the enema nf tho debate When the Item In the bill providing for the ex penses of the civil service commission was reached Mr Hepburn rep la opposltlonnow exists and expressed n desire to amend tho bill by striking out tho paragraph providing for tho expenses oi the commission DlKcunslon of the civil service was pending when the houco adjourned Washington Jan 14SenatePama- ma WAS again tho principal subject oi consideration in the senate anti as on Tuesday tho debate was spirited Mr Carmack opened tho proceedings with a set speech In pointed criticism ol the presidents course and was follow ed by Mr Spooncr tho only spcakci of the day in defense of tho presidents action as lawabldlng and In defense ot patrioticbravoama subject was taken up there was a brief but lively discussion bctwcon Messrs Patterson and Scott of tho la for troubles In Colorado House After a lively debate lasting three hours tho house Wednesday In committee of the whole by a vote of 78 to 65 struck out of the legislative appropriatIonbillsalaries and expenses on the civil service roiumUitlon and clerks em played under the commission Notice was given by Mr Dlngaam In charge of the bill that a yea and nay vote will be demanded on the amendment striking out the provision for the ex penses of tho civil service commission when the bill Is reported In the house No conclusion was reached In commit ten on the legislative bill Washington Jan 15SenateThe speechesbytho Panama canal question nnd to a speech by Mr allmcr In advocacy of the adoption of a plan for the Improve ment of the public wagon roads of the country Mr Newlands declared that the course of the president In Panama wax on net of war and In contravention nlllic of the treaty of ISIS if Interna tional law anti rf the constitution of pralseelthoJustified by precedent anti law The consideration of the post office depart mont Investigation resolutions was postponed until next Monday le1813thepriation bill carrying an aggregate of J2971 1700 nnd then adjourned until Monday next This Is the second of thehouse172 refused to miMaln tho action of the committee of tho whole which Wednesday adopted an amendment providingtorcivil service commission tins restor ing tho Item to the bill Amendments adopted In committee Increasing In one Instance the salaries of territorial officers In New Mexico nnd Arizona and reducing the salary of the director of tho census In another met similar fates In the house An amendment to tho bill waa adopted restricting the use of government horses and carriages to tho president his secretary and cabinet officers FUNERAL INTERRUPTED Union Drivers Were Ordered From Their Vehicles In Chicago Chicago Jan 15 Notwithstanding tho exception made by the labor lead era In favor of the hearses a tuners requiring 43 carriages was interrupted at Western avenue anti Went 4J5ti street and the union drivers ordered from their vehicles The henna was relativesantnamed Wheeler were left to their own resources Exceeded the Record Ljrnn Mass Jan V4 According to board rf tradoflaUntlcs yen made 2tR79424 palms of shots valued nt 128443251 This exceeds the record of onv other year In 1 102 the value was 125000000 Assigned to a New Duty Washington Sap 18 Commands W IL Southcrlnnd United States navy on his own request has been re lieved from duty ns hydrpsrnpher and assigned to command now erulsei Cleveland now at the New York navy yard Collector of Customs Washington Jan 15 Secretary Shaw has appointed James it Canstcn of tho state of Washington collector of customs for thq collection district of Porto Rico with compensation of 14500 per annum S A USEFUL PAPA everythingTheDseii he know how in drive In nnlUT And dots he keep the glue tight In a corner o lJj desk Just to mend thlngi for ou7 When doUyk carrnjro lost a wheel He fixed It In a minute newItaliecamHeonJute1 sometimelit brrakThatsAnd oh he makes me wooden spoons To stir mud pies with too thlnglThatCompanIonMOTHER GOOSE PARTYIOno of lu Amniilnsr Wrltlnz til 11110111n Old stouter IluUlinnlj Many a Mother Goose party has bengiven but this one has a tow point i of dltfcrenco from any I have heard of Invltl1Jonaand forth until It Is hidden by tho body of tho toos end tho card then pro cents the appearance of a gooseshaped bit of paper Write tho invitation on the back of this strip Inclose for send Ing In small envelopes on the corner nf which a goose Is sketched In red- One ink of the features of this party was the writing of parodies on Old Mother Hubbard A tiny doll dressed to rep resent Mother Hubbard was tho prize for the best effort A stuffed gooso was the principal decoration of tho lunch table For tho HOW TO CUT TilE PAPER lunch was banded around so a small table only was needed to hold the stacks of plates and cups The hostess and her helpers were In costumes rep resenting Mother Goose and nome other favorite characters There was a short programme con sisting of one or two nursery songs sung several tableaux and a recitation of an original further story of the lively adventures of Jack and Jill with characters to act It out Then a new gawp was played Everyone would be seated by one person this person would think of some nursery rhyme and give out the principal word in It as for Instance shoe and whoever be stopped in front of must at once repeat the rhyme In this case There was an old woman who lived in a shoe The other features were very similar to those that have been many times described Orange Judd Farmer PRODUCE a perfectly prac ticable telephone make a tube as shown In Fig 1 from stiff cardboard Take a piece of cardboard eight by five Inches In size and bend the two thorter slfios together until ona overUps the other one Inch Fasten together with glue where the one end overlapsthe other Then you wlll JL tubo five inches long and you must cut twp pieces of pajch ment four by four inches If you car not get parebrnent use a sheet of wax or oil oaocr These nieces are Us sue WAS BRIGHT Ub Smnrlness Iniprei d the Uer chest to Wliom lie Unit Applied fur lutploynteab I was much amused the other day said an uptown hardware dealer according to tho New York Press nt a small boy who camo around looking for a Job One of the clerks had dropped a lot of tacks Into a drawer of brass screws and had given up the Idea of taking them out When the youngster turned up looking for a Job we thought we would try him out by letting him sort tho two articles Ho went at it the same way we had begun picking out the tacks with his fingers and getting the point of every third tack in the ball of his thumb Ho had enough In about a minute and he straightened up Wo all began to smile and expected him to give up the Job Instead of that he went over to tho show case and picked out a horseshoe magnet Then ho came back to the box In 30 seconds he had the tacks out and tho screws were still In the compartment Ho know that the magnet would attract Iron and not brass and in a Jiffy he had acciJm ptished what wo had been trying to do all tho morning We didnt really need a boy but this chaps smartness appealed to us and we find him so bandy to have around that next Saturday he gets a raise HOW TALK Wnrn One Another of Danger 117 a Succrmlon nt Weird Clicking and Sound Most seamen will tell of curious clicking sounds heard on calm nights at sea and tho origin of tho nolso seems so altogether unaccountable that it has often created some alarm among fishermen- A naturalist made a careful study of the sounds on many occasions and found that it was not a sustained note but made up of a mul titude of tiny ones each clear and dis tinct In itself and ranging from a high treble down to a bass When the car was applied to thogunwalo of the boat the sound grew more intense and In some places as the boat moved on It could not beheard at all On other occasions the sounds resem bled the tolling of bells the booming of guns and tho notes of an AccMan harpFor a long time he was unable to discoveredshellfish hundreds ot them open lg their shells and closing them with sharp snaps The noise partly muf fled by the water sounded Indescrib ably weird lie was finally led to the conclusion that as the shellfish made the sounds they probably had somo meaning and that the clicks might pos sibly be a warning of danger when the shallow water was disturbed by the boat He Stuck to the Worms At a country school in Ohio the teacher was giving her pupils an II lustration of what an object was hay ing concluded she naturally was careful to be convinced that the class un derstood the lesson She therefore asked them to name au object There was silence for a moment and then a little six year old anxious for preferment raised his hand remarking Teacher I can name one Well said the teacher name it A little worm Correct said tho teacher now who can name another object Another pause and then the same hand was up again Ahl exclaimed the teacher pleasantly I see you aro the only one who understands the Is son Now name It Another little worm rGirl Bou Land Telephone I To dlIametersaryNow YOUNGSTER sharppointed SHELLFISH superstitious distinguished and tencd over one end of each cf tho tubes In Just the same way as your motiver closes her preserve Jars with wax paper to make them airtight Fig 2 shows how It It done Twenty yards of smooth cord will do service as telephone wires Tho ends of the cord are passed through the cen- tEr of the parchment or wax paper coy era and a good strung knot Is maCe the other side Ste Fig 3J Give one tube to your partner and strand away as far as the cord reaches and you will be able to talk and beat over the unlQ e eV4D jf you lei the cord run through the kejboe ol a closed door Bbstoa Glob 1 WIIVI IV l UII1 Everything s in tliu IIIMIH whii It comas to Witch JlHZl Svt E 0- stilt Co of Chicngo discovered somo years ago how to hake n salvo flppcifioforIud protruding price ecztua cuts burns bruises and nil skin diseases DoWilts Snlvo has no equal This has given riso to numerous worthies counterfeits Ask for Do Wilts tho genuine Sold by Last End Drug Co Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky QOOSurplus Wo solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pre S S PARKES Cashier IK INn lr Try n 5Otbottle of llerbiop notice the improvement speedily fleeted in your appetite energy strength nod vigor Watch how it brightens tho spirits gives freedom from Indigestion Bud Debility RaRe Story Ava MJ writes Sept 10th 1JCO I was in lJIlluI1tlh I had stomach trouble for 12 mouths also dumb chills Dr W Mory prescribed llerbiuu it curod mo in two weeks I cannot recommend It loo highly it will do all you claim for it Sold by East End Drug Co t Ve rmm my oMsln lil1IIVII1I 1 furfreereport00 P I HADEMARKS 100 ftrI JUST OSK SIIMITK Ono Minuto Cough Cure gives roliet in one minute becuusu it kills tll microbo shirk tickles the mucous nipnibrnup causing he cough and at trio jwnro time clears the phlegm draws out the inlhmintition arid heal and soothes the ntTeeb d parts One Minute Cough Curs utrtuiglhena the lungs wards oft pneumouia and is n harmless Butt never failing cure in all curable cases of Cough olds and Croup Ouo Minulu Lnugli Cure in pleat ant to lake ImrmVhs nod good alike for young situ IolJ Sold by East Eud Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal Shoes WaMi snit tick rvainutf tine tbi pecmltt e ol VillUin slop 4Ku f for M 1 N Laundry Take Ml lour tiouMi to bits Work gunrantsesl- t EARLY RISERS TIIF TAMOUS LITTLE rILLS For quick reilel from Clllousnets Sick Hujach Torpid Liver Jaun dice Puinejw and VI trout les ule the from ai inactive or sluggun hem DU Ullle Early Rucis us un t uillsd They et promptly lad never pips They are so dainty that U a pleuur t tales them One lo two act as a mild laxative two or tour act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They arc pursly vegetable and abwluuly harmless They tonic the liver TJIII tULlI en strrtl TN sane si KCDoWltt II Co Chic 1 THE CITIZEN The Citizen As INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER Published 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Bargain Price i25 Address James M Racer Berea Ky CDTOUT FILL IN AND MAIL TODAY COUPON I enclose 125 for Bargain No 1 Name PoatotficeY State THE TOLEDO BLADE is now installed in its new building with a modern plant and equipment and facilities equal to publication be tween New York and Chicago It is the only Weekly newspaper edited expressly for every State and terri tory The news of the world so arranged that people can more easily comprehend than by reading- cumbersomecolumnsof dailies All- current topics made plain in each issue by special editorial matter written from inception down to date The only paper published especially for people who do not read daily news papers and yet thirst for plain facts Thatthis kind of a newapapera pop ular is proven by the fact that the t Weekly Blade now has over 160000 t 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 BLADETOLEDO Ohio Loss of Flesh JWhenyou cant cat break take Scotts Emulsion Jrasn you cant cat bread i butter take Scotts t Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts j Emulsion 4 To get fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a g great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh J want to increase all body h tissues not only fat Scotts 1Emulsion increases them all flesh blood and J j nerveFor invalids for con 1 I consumptivesfor who need flesh Scotts j Emulsion is a rich and com fortebte food and a natural tonic 0 Scotts mulslnror bone 1 flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample r1dureInof every bottle of emulskri you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl SjtNY 5 ndt + iijjrugsiitc Ao Animal Story Per Little Polka Lion at the Barbers Once upon n time the lion decldiMl that ho should go to the harborH nnil so be posted oft to the shop kijit by the monkeysIm n big hurry sold the lion its he climbed Into tho barbers chair Get through with me as quick as you Can for I want to catch a train He threw himself back In tho chair Bud closed his eyes and before the mon HE MAD FALLEN FAST ASLEEP AND WAS Hxomso keys had halt recovered from their scare he had fallen fast asleep and was snoring What did he say lie wanteda hair cut or a shampoo asked the chief barber of his assistant lIe didnt say answered Jimmy Well I guess you had better wake him up and ask him Well I guess Ill resign my Job replied Jimmy If I wake him up hell eat me up- Then Ill shave him said the duet Maybe that Isnt what he wants and hell eat you up said Jimmy Then suppose I cut his haIr lIe may not want his hair cut and hell eat you up for that Then I guess Ill cut his hair and shave him lath Hell eat us both up then The chief scratched Ida head and the assistant scratched his head but presently Jimmy says Doss I would like to get off today to go and see a sick friend All right answered the chief as the happy Idea fluted through his brain And Ill take a day off too So they took each other by time paw and tiptoed as easily as they could across the plain until they got out of earshot of the lion and then they ran And unless he went to another barber shop Mr Lion Jiasut had his shave or hair cut from that day to this Chica go Tribune Richard C Kerens Missouris rep resentative on the Itepubllcan national committee and one of the executive committeemen of that body has for many years been active In the political and business affairs of his adopted state and a power in the councils of his party Mr Kerens Is a native of Ireland but since infancy has lived in this country and fought in tile Union army during the civil war After the war he lived In Arkansas and became a mull contractor controlling many frontier routes later removing to St Louis where he acquired large railroad Interests and also engaged in the coke and coal Industry in West Virginia Mr Kerens has been a member of the Republican national committee since 1832 President IIarrlson ap pointed him one of the four commrs BICBABO 0 KEMWB stoners at large for the Chicago Worlds fair and later one of the three members of time Intercontinental railway commission In 1889 Mr Kerens was the Republican candidate for United States senator from Missouri Personally Mr Kerens IS n fine look Ing man cultivated and possessed of rare ability as a leader of men his thirty years eerrice as head of his par ty in Missouri proving his force and sagacity lie was a warm personal friend of James G Blalde with whom be was associated to some extent In business Mr Kerens has Just passed fcls sixtyfirst birthday I I I I r I r I I I I I I r r r I I Iv r r I r 1i1tti it1tlt1 Eastern Kentucky News Mo correspondence published unless dIned in full by the writer The same Is sot for publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly ttttttttt1 I tttttI r I I H IvI rtrI 111 r 11 I I I r I r OWSLEY COUNTY CON KUN John Wilson has purchased tho farm formerly owned by Parker Broth ersand will locate there soon Rumors of a railroad through Owsley are afloat We hope it may come in the near future Notice is given that all the creeks of Owrley which must be fordedend ways are closed till a thaw comesB P Ambrose sold a pair of mules last week for f225The Ladder of Success given by resident Frost is still to be soon on the black boards If it sticks to the heart like it dces to the board its a sticker The log and tie woods are furnishing work for many of tho farmers who would otherwise be idleJohn Ti rey and Lewis Thomas are making the chips flyJed Bowles OwsloyH most successful hunter caught a fine coon Tuesday night Jan 12 The dogs treed it but Mr Bowles staid by it in the cold and snow untilmorning when he shot ItIn the absence of Mr Stacey his school is kept by one of his pupilsWeaving is the princi pal industry here at present Mrs Amis sold six coverlets or kivers in Booneville Mrs Ambrose is busy fill ing orders for coverlets to be sent to Fitchburg Mass and Ogden Utah while Mrs Seale is weaving for Mrs Graham of Berea The school at Doe Creek is progressing nicely with a good enrollment and a studious crowd of pupilsBallard Isaacs and Mamie Winn were married last week We knew Ballard would Winn Major Pierson of Sturgeon wanted to marry too but her father object ed Major forged a certificate and gave oath to the validity of it for which he was imprisoned Lost the girl and went to prison too JACKSON COUNTY KINBY KNOB Mr John Simpson has returned from a visit at his home in Grant countyViola Click visited home folksiJan Gthto IOLhMisa Sallie Kimborlin and Mr Jcel Lakes were married January 6thMr and Mrs Daniel Sparks have a new baby girl Mr Will Hatfield of Berea was at his fathers recentlyThe infant child of Mr and Mrs James Abrams died week before lastLittle Jimmie Thomas who was so badly burned some time ago is betterThe gash on Pearly Durhams head cut by a fall ing hatchet is healing Isaac Deane Sr has sold his farm and houae to Grandville Hayes and has purchased a home on Birch LickF S Dear borne visited his family at Berea on Center street over Sunday Mallon Baker is moving to this place from Richmond Miss Fannie Hatfield came home from Berea Friday and returned Monday Dr Dougherty was up yesterday from Valley View Elmer Click and two sisters visited their uncle Milton Broughton last week at Brassfield Next Saturday and Sunday are the days for church services at this church Rev Jas Parson will be Circuit Court convened a week ago Monday with a crowded criminal docketOne by the name of Seabran got 21 years in State prison for mur derProtracted meeting held at Al corn by Bro Pitman of Lexington resulted in three confessions and a plan for building Christian church house Sunday school organized at Alcorn with our new neighbor Mr Ray as Supt has a very favorable outlookThere will be several subscription schools in this county thi- swinterJ J Davis will teach in district No 32 near EgyptJerome Hillard will soon begin his subscrip tion school in district No60Wm Dunnigan will teach near Tyner There will also be a school taught at McKee by some Northern ladies Lee J Webb will teach a Normal at Annville district No 5More schools and less crowded criminal dockets ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD The protracted meeting closed at East Scaffold Cane with six now members James Rich and daughter Ethel who have been visiting friends in Scaffold Cane for sometime will return to their home at Ford Ky this weekT C Viars and daughter Beulab who have just recovered from smallpox visited relatives in Berea list weekW T Linville visited friends at Rockford SundayW H Stephens went to Clear Creek Satur day on business Willie Dalton of Berea Ky was hero on business last weekMr and Mrs W H Stephens visited J W Todd and family Sun dayDaddy Todd has bought a grist mill He expects to attach it to the shingle mill andsays he will be ready to grind by next Saturday DISPUTANT The protracted meeting has closed at Macedonia with 7 additionsSam Croucher was found to be insane and sent to the asylum last FridayR J Abney has moved to the Gadd Mill on Clear Creek Esquire G V Owens is sick at preeentHoward Payne who has been sick is better W C Ogg was in Mt Vernon this week T J Lake of Berea passed through hero this week en route to Jackson couuty on business Edward Lake of Evergreen passed through this week going to Berea to see his chil dren who are in school Died on the 10 tb Aunt Minerva Miller She was about ono hundred years old Died last week W E Croucher He leaves a wife and six children to mourn bis IOMTbe sheriff of this county locked McGuire k Phillips store last week Assets and liabilities not knownJ E Hammond has rented WmLinvilles farm and will move next week There is nu small pox in this vicinity now- BOONE G W Jones and wife have return ed from Illinois There is a meeting going on at Fairview this week con ducted by Rev Morrison Sam Lambert went to Mt Vernon Friday on business Wm Watkins is moving his family from Copper Creek to Little Clear Creek this weekL C Wren has taken the contract of cutting cordwood for J H Lambert W T Woodall wants more spokes at the gap He pays cash and inspects them every Saturday Joseph Griffin is still very sick with but little hope of his recoveryMrs Mary Wren went to Whites Station Saturday Miss Nora Coyle is well again and back at Berea going to school MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS There are several cases of smallpox near this PlaceT J Sparks has moved from Dreyfus to his old home in Estill countyJ 0 Powell and wife visited Levi Kimborlin and family one day last weekWill Herd was sick last week Willie Ogg and wife visited her parents near Lexing tonHyMiss Sallie Kimberlin of this place and Joel Lakes of Clover Bottom were married January 6W SpInksiWALLACETON Mr and Mrs Joo Wallace entertained quite a number of young friends at their home Wednesday evening Jan 7 in honor of Mrs Wallaces brother Binam PittsMrs Henry Bptkins died on Jan 1 1001 Her death was unexpected to her family She leaves a husbandand seven children to mourn her toes Funeral services were conducted by Rev Noel at the Baptist church at Waliaceton Burial at Wallaces Chapel Sunday oveningUncle Chas Anderson and wife were very sick last week Miss Sarah Lawson visit ed her sisters Mrs Tom Richat Bum stark Ky this weekGib Gaffney and family will start to Illinois next week Charley Baker who has been visiting relatives and friends here for some few weeks returned to III SundayMrs Jennie Rogers is quite ill at this writingGBGab bard has returned from atwo weeks stay in Jackson county FARRISTOWN Miss Millie Farris is visiting her uncle Robert Maupin at Pleasant Union John White Grant Bennett Robert White and Willie Martin bought 85 acres of land from Qeo D White for 2600Mrs Edna L Farris is still on the sick list Frank Mason bought a two year old mule from J W Ballard fot80We are having a nice winter subscription school at Farriatown taught by Miss Alice S Kennedy of Berea Ky = Mrs Lizzie Maupin has been oh the sick lilt for two weeks I oo- eoooeoleeo e0 ii0- o 0U 0 e0 iIfyou arc not trading at the S store of 0 EARLYo i iYou arc making a big mistake fCome in and we will prove it to you i20lbs gran sugar 1 I oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoroeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoi JaJ Brannaman IItoek Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry H eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoo Iij Wisdom means good udrment Good judgment moans f proboright and sold right and you always get a square daal Granulated Sugar Obelisk Flour 86c iElephant Corn 3 lb Tomatoes 2 for 10cIRed X Coffee per Ib Arbuckles Coffee per lb 12c Y 3 bars ofLenox or Clairette isoap lOc i4 lbs Package Gold dust 15c iNice Fresh Crackers per lb Gc Y Potatoes per bu 90c One gallon bucket syrup IStock all the way through in proportion this is 25cIlike everybody trades a- tWELCHSI roeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnisnings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop In connection CHARLES JACOIS Prop coKouiT116 Richmond Ky 188 FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS in or la CRANBERRIES Always on at j Tv roost JOESANo Richmond Ky JtBuy Fresh Groceries I Our line of Groceries in always We always keepfa nice line of Fruits and Vegetables t Our Diamond Brand CoffeesiPrice to aOo per Pound always use- dBread is the Staff Life Get a loaf of Mothers Bread or a ckot Snow cm the Mountain Flour Delivery from 6 a m until 9 p m +o +o +o +o+o +o +o+o+o + +o +o +o +o+o +o+o+o +ooo+o+o o+ojo t I iU Long Distance or The Case CELERY ETC hand M Joes Corner fresh from Iffo Ones used of o office Bulk PRESTONS Mile Street ICJall 81t I t Your Orders for I 3Phone Plants Cut Flowtrs and f Desllnsiwill o lbdBe f 1ebioadKjt+o I l t