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II11i1ttI11FIf JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Knifrtti at tkt Pat oDln at Brrta Ay at KeondJ else mnttnatttr JL HIIII 11 I H HHW I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 loot One dollar a year NO IDEASIAn idle mini Do right right Unless thought in concentrated it- only drizzles A torrent of words soldom from a spring of thought Thu wisdom of thu heart in oftoi greater than that of thu head TAKE NOTICE Edward Baxter Parry thu mind Pianist will Ix nt thu Talxrnaclu Friday evening Novumlwr 2Sh Mr Ferry in tho only man Bond or alive who has ou over twelve hun Icedcbaearta la te3ahoiiaelsulireyi iirw New York Mwttettl Courier Lovers of high clam music should not fall to hear Perry See poote FROM THE WIDE WORLD T o Japanese loan of 300000 WRit ovorsulxcrilvd ten times It in Huid that complete order bas IMIII rrntorcd at Rio Janeiro Tho total strength cf tho United SlntoH tinny at the coso of thu lit lineal year was 3871 ofllccrs and 08 UIU enlisted men Tho King and Quinn of Portugal an visiting tho King and Queen of England at Wtnsdor Henry Walton a life Senator ol Franco trod known as tilt Father of the French Constitution in deal The n1Ixrorof Htttwia has decided to wnd to Manchuria tho second division of infantry of tho I4oyal Guards A F Jaitroz editor of tho Vene zuelan Herald and hollered to to nil American citizen him been expellis front Venezuela by 1ivsidont Castro Senator Fairlwnks is busy recoiv ing stud answering telegrams of congratulations at his homo in Ind iniittjKilin Jlauyof the inrasagc are from children nod one of thorn ntwlvwl yesterday which greatly nleamsl 11111ieo IrtMidentthel WBH front a little girl in Louisville A IN OUR OWN I View iVflidont elect FnlrlwnTw 1spntCuenday at thu WorldH Fair Mayor Leonard A Hay brother of Stcrilury of State John Hay dead Thu Standard Oil ConiMiny has ndvnnccd the grin of crude oil four CtJltH The battleship Now Jersey wan launched Saturday at tilt Qulncy Mass Hliip yards A Ja JMUIWMI colony will ho establish tMl in Florida for tho cultivation of n vast enact of land Three Chinese HinuggliHl into thin country were arrested at South Bond Indafter Icing oh m into that city in trucks to evade Federal au I thorities A big hotel solely for working girls and working women Will bo built on the Went Side in New York by wealthy philanthropists Tho President will shortly begin an order extending the civil service regulations to tho employe of the iHthmian Canal Commission Social Democrats in New York en by their vote cast III tho recent election have decided to at once login nu active campnigu with 100 III view tit Tho famous Liberty Dell which I tine been on exhibition at tho St Louis Worlds Fair will start on its homuward journey Wednesday es corted by a coiumitteu from 1hiltt dolphin 1COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Thu Kentucky building at tb Wprldn Fair has been Bold for 325 Col Qeorgn Wood formerly ono of Mason countys wealthiest men ill t dead at Muyavillo 1Suithas been filed nt MayRville Ky to have the franchise of tho C mid 0 railroad listed for taxation Preliminary rotunm to tho Agricul tural Department show increases Irath in than yield tad t1unlityof corn buckwheat flaxseed potatoes and tobacco Tho Baptist Congress finished its annual HOHHOII with an elaborate ban Friday night Thu visiting ulelegates will leave for their respec tive homos to111- cOlUmlttlOA representing Louis vine business Interests will call o h Gov Heckham this week to urge a tlllIoclulflCHBlolI of the Legislature to consider n new capilol site Patrolmen Dennis Nelmn Tom Connoll John Tiernoy and Dan Sox ton mid King Tyler colored wero held under f5000 total each to answer in the Federal Court In Louis vine for an alleged conspiracy to interfere with voters THE CITIZEN fTHE BALDWIN AND BENBOW AIRSHIPS AT ST LOUIS Attracted by the J100000 prize offered i iiiiinticr of American nnd foreign rterotvuitH nro rrprpxenled at the worlds fair Two of the most successful alrxhltM or illrlKlhlo Imllonn nro those owned liy r C IVulmw of Montana and Ctrjitnln T H Unldwln of Cnllfoniln Bulb of theme Milwi have tniiiUt pro longed fllnlit nnd have demonstrated lint they were Hteertihlc and coutroiluble under onlluury condition of woollier Howard Samuel rlHoward Samuel Fen was Lewis County Kentueky August 26 KSfil When n small toy he moved with his iaroiits to Madison County Ky to a placo which his father Rev John Uct nnmtd liorea Mare ho attended Moran Cal loge of which his father antics thin most prominent of its founders Ho graduated in tho classical course in 1874Rev J A H Rogers of Wood stock illwas among his first instructors who continued to have n deep interest in him during his life and was able to take part at his funeralAfter graduating ho togan leach hug school at Cutup Nelson Ky During this period he married Miss Charlotte Elizalwth Chittenden of Flint Michigan on his twentyfourth birthday After teaching there a tow years Ids health tognn to fail and they then moved to northern California After being in California for nearly twenty five years they decided to come East where ho locates beside his brother Edwin S1t0 in Clarksburg Ind Here ho spent as ho often wild nearly two years of thu happiest part of his life lint after living so long in n much warmer timato nil on account of his wifes nod little toys health they decided to return to southern California and there try to locate i onnancntly tho their days He bade his 8friends in the East goodbye on the- 15thof October 1001 and moved o Whittier California There ho so lectod nn English walnut orchard with n view of erecting n beautiful homo on it when on the 15thof October whilo ranking tho final arrange ments for purchasing his homo ho was stricken with ajwploxy and im mediately passed away Ho was tho dyingoin infancy nnd left n toy eleven years old and his widow to mourn his departure jrramItWell read the meaning ol our lonra Ant there toimUtnr well timlcrUnil Well r lrh the broken thromh ngulti And llnlfth what wo hero ezpalnAnd Ills brother EDWIN S FEE Mr Feo was tho worthy son of most worthy parents His father wilts tho pioneer in a great movement in Eastern Kentucky which ns has fool said resulted in the establish uncut of Boron College By reason of his patience under poaecntioud- t f various sorts for ninny years because of his opposition to slavery and be cause of his sincere trust in tho Lord Jesus Christ ho finally won the con lilt lIco of rapt u rev of those who bitterly opixxed him ills mother Matilda Hamilton VIM was not less bravo than he husband and stood by him heroically when attacked by nooks and sub jected tit reproaches of various kinds Reared bHllcli parents he could scarcely fail to have those traits chlntctorIlfrolll the loss of two children and severe struggles in his notch lift he never yielded to discouragement He was n master spirit in overcoming ob stacles amid secured an ample cout- olonco under trying circumstances Hilt his most conspicuous trait was his strong affection For his father ho hUll hue reverence and love of a true son His mother was so dear to luau that when she diet it scorned as if he could not endure tho bereave ment To his wife nnd children he was ever devoted nod his esteem amid affection for his only surviving brother Edwin Fee of Clarksburg In diana was so strong and tender as to IH called for the most part to loud a quiet life wherever ho was known ho was highly esteemed nod loved mid fulfilled faithfully and well his part in lifo and in his death entered into tho joyof his Lord His hotly was brought to Kentucky tend he was buried in tho Borea cem etery beside his parents and children The scoria nt his funeral was very touching TIll services were con ducted by Rev Mr Thompson pas tor of tho first church of which his father was for many years pastor Prof L V Dodge an honored professor of the college and Rev J A It Rogers tho warm and lifelong friend of the deceased J A R ROQEHS INDIAN TERRITORY The Land Fertile but Religious and School Advantages Lacking Hixur CJIEEK NATION IND TEn Dear Kilitor As can not writo nfioparnto letter to nil my friends to whom I wish to writo if you will allow mo n part of your valuable space I will give a few of tho indium Territory First I feel thankful that I was born nnd reared in tho mountains of Eastern Kentucky and further for the privi logo of attending Borea College 1 reached Indian Territory January 21 lOOt I commenced to work on a ranch farm 20th whore they keep 250 head of mules nnd 700 head of cattle nnd have aooo acres of hind leased We cultivated 2Xliucres In corn 40 acres of cotton 80 acres in wheat 10 acres in millet 4U acres in sorghum mud the remain der in pasture nnd for hay Only five harms wore employed except tho foreman to attend tho farm work mud two to attend to tho cattle and mules Hero on this time prairie land ono man cult cultivate from live to acres of corn a Ctll Corn is 80rbushels per micro New corn is Ixiing engaged tit twenty cents a hilfthol Cotton N salsa good men expel n tr+IIIi1I +IHtH++ +IHflllo it tWAaniu 1 III accordance with the Boroll1dents Proclamation College invites nil its neigh hors to meet for- THANKSGIVING II Thursday Nov 2d1001at 10 AM in tho Tabernacle Sor 1 most by Dr Goss of Cincinnati Praiso Meeting led v President Frost of ProclnmJ Reading iition fiy Squire Lunsford i IHHHHIIIH5HH4H11H4 fortft not all life rearla halo to the acre and cotton is worth nt Ixt dollars a bale All that is ncedciLto make Indian Territory a OlI cc to live are good schools nullchurches good society and ox perienced farmers Both old mid young believe in what they cullu good time That is going to dances fish fries picnics and Sunday ex cursions Wo are looking forward to thin timo when Indian Territory will become a State and die so culled good times will bo changed to church going and something for tho bettor ment of themselves and their chil dren Of course there nro schools provided for the Indians by tho Gqvornment where they are clothed foil and instructed without ox onso to their parents mid yet somu of thorn art too cureless to putt their children in school Schools for white children are altogether subscription schools except in towns where white people own projKrty mill pay tnxos rho highest ambition of most of tho l24 smith young mon raised hero is to lenrn to throw the lasso and bo this host bronk or jwiiy ridor Therefore I do not believe under tho presort circumstances it is host for eoplo to come here from the east if they hut children they wish to educate under good inlluonce Yolirs truly SlIKftMAN ClIASTEKN llmv t SlnUr Ill PnililltiK Fig pud ling imltu as delicious ns tile roKHlur Christmas pudding nod U oftSn wcmd lirlts plneo It is node of hrlf n cupful of chopped figs out hulf cupful of rhoppcd suet two cupfuls of whlli1 hriiidcriimbs onehalf cupful of sugar ono cupful of milk onefourth cupful of Hour onehalf cup rill of chopped almondx four eggs ono twispoonful of ImUliiK powder It cnn be flavored with extract Flour the tigs anti suet stink the breadcrumbs la milk add the sugar then the egg yolks nnd tent It well Thou add slowly stirring nil Iho time the figs suet almonds Hour mixed with the ImkliiK powder MiivorliiK nnd lastly the whites of eggs beaten very stiff Turn It Into n covered pudding mold filling It threequartrrs full Stcnm for threo hours Serve with n pudding sauce HIMT to fluke n Novel rmierwelnlit Here U n novel mind Inexpensive Christmas gift for n business friend Toke live walnuts ifwke a hole In tho end of each nnd dig out ns much uncut as possible With n tu i o needle push a narrow ribbon through each ono of the shells connecting them together nnd fill them with melted lend poured through the holes In the end nnd tie the ribbon ends In a bow It will bo appreciated by n business friend who must leave the olllce or desk with pa pets lying loosely about How to Mnkr n Savory French DUh Liver puddings well truilled and plentifully seasoned with garlic to gether with tho national poulet are seen on every Christmas tnblo III France accompanied especially In the south by the celebrated longuedoo stow which is composed according to M Colomble of tho following materi als Beef lean bacon n clove garlic a small onion In which Is inserted a clove tho third of a quart of wine n small glass of cognac nnd some salt Cut tho beef Into square pieces very small nnd put tho whole Into n small earthen pot the bottom of which is lined with thin slices of bacon Coyer tho pot with thick paper closed at the edges by n Hour paste made of cold water put n plate over all nnd let It simmer for six hours For Sale A farm of 70 acres adjoining town limits on the waters of Silver Crook Yell improved Good Buildings call on J P Bicknell Boren Ky Not A Sick Day Slnco IIIwnR taken severely sick with kid ley trouble I triee all sorts of medicines noun of which relieved me- Ono day I saw an nd ol your Electric 3ittors and determined to trf that After takinga fowdosos I felt relieved and soon there after was entroly cur id and have not soon a sick day since seigobors of mine hnva boon cured of houinatUin Neuralgia Liver and Cidnoy troubles and General Debit ity This is what B F Bass of Fremont N 0 writes Only f OtoIat East gild Drug Co II I +HH4Departments I jH 11 M I n IHHH MADISON 22 proceed COUNTRY couraged February Cannot Afford To Lose i i t III Sixteen Eight Pages AVE you deeds mort 11IIIIIr Ione of our safe deposit boxes Y in our fire proof vault j These safes will take care IetcyearCome II y c THEI COMPANY IJ J MOORE President W H PORTER Cash lorI RICHMOND GREENHOUSES IPhone 188 Richmond Ky Cut Flowers Designs and thBlooming Plants You may have the best goods and cheapest bargains in the county but if no one ever heard of your store or your bargains what would your brains and html work amount tot Thin newspaper is thin best means of putting your name before tho public Among the top notehers ns result briugers is found THE CITIZEN 1 +o +o+O +o+o +od o +o +o +o +o +o+o iio+o +oio +o +o +oAo+o3 o + o THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON aa1FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING t 0 j Take a Look Through Our Stock L It will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can u o supply your wants + t IF ITS FROST US ITS GOOD Now Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines a il5 30 mill 35 worth SW 60 and C5 I tCRUTCHER EVANS D Jopllnaold stand Klcbmond Ky nay Phone 73 Night 1lione l7GGHo +0 +0 +030 +o +o +o+ o+o +oil o+o +o +o +oo+o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o + 0IIThis Week is a special one with us because the beginning ofa now school year means the finding of ninny now friends In anticipation of n pleasant years trade wo call attention to our especially attractive bargains in Ladies Hose and Vests Our large opening in fall and winter hats Ribbons in College colors Handkerchiefs etc and other things feminine Mrs Bettie Mason Main St Korea Kv Cc 11IIIIIf11IlIt1I11tr t East End Drug Co DEALERS IN PURE DltCas AND MEDICINES Seo our Be and IDc counter A WONDER OP GLASS- WORK Come and look at the nicest line of QUEENS WARE ever in BoresWo also carry a nice pine of FRESH GROCERIES and STAPLE ARTICLES at tho lowest priests CALL AND SEE US PRESCRIPTIONS SPECIALTY C WOOLF Prop IIM IM IHHHHH IlItF THE CITIZEN JAatES M RACER Publitber ItlItVA KENTUC- KYoetlOONNNN OONNNON i LEIGHiLAURA1 Th j Were sued by t P ud 8tadwlch IlIow k9 lrK txkklr klcr i ty DY ROBERT C HrELROT + NNN NN soAshe felt her masters weight in stirrup Swinging Sarah lost no time la making her departure She dashed through the outskirts of the town and mounted the uptrail with that easy KWlftnoss that had given her ho eu phonlous name she bore It Is not to be presumed from this llly morning burst of speed on lcav ing the Ouray postofflce that Tom Al derson was an unmerciful horseman Swinging Sarah knew better than that and on sight of a certain petticoat tra TciBi er tw MuutiUn road ahead she had learned to regulate her speed to a nest unassuming gait Between the surprising intelligent of Aldereons mount and the loitering puce of Prince the worthy pony which conveyed Miss Nellie McSwain school maam at Potosi school to and from lier duties each day there was an encounter every morning which it would be strangely huromrous to attribute to that greatly overworked hand of fate After she had first accepted her pad agoglcal duties at Potosi school Nellie McSwaln had found the ride over the tough mountain trail long and monotonous and at times depressing She soon discovered that this agreeable fea ture of the trip was not apparent on the morning when she chanced to be accompanied by Tom Alderson bullion guard and mailcarrier for the Laura Leigh Mining and Milling Company Without being distinctly aware of It this ride together over Sneffels Road as the trail was called had gradually become Indispensable to them both This morning the ride was particular ly enjoyable as it was the first day of the fall school term after two weeks vacationIm really glad to see the place again said Miss McSwaln as she drew up at the stile In front of the yard The schoolhouse was located conven iently at the junction of Sneffels Road with the trail leading up to the Rev cnuo mines on the right Im awfully glad to see you back too was the embarrassed response of Tom Alderson who was far too sin cere to be a graceful lover The girl watched him depart real izing with the wisdom of a woman that nothing but the spur of unusual circumstance would ever lead Tom Alderson to speak of love A hen that lays that kind of eggs Is a pretty valuable bird ejaculated Thaddeus Whipple in his office at the Laura Leigh that afternoon lie was holding up a retort fresh from the gold room which the shipping clerk had been hastily preparing for ship ment Just one more trip this month Alderson to get this little nugget safe ly In the hands of the express company and the dividends of the Laura Leigh will stay where I put them last month The latter clause was added with some little show of pride to which Manager Whlpple was no doubt entitled He had been in charge of the mine from the beginning and his successful dowel opment work had placed It in the front rank of new workings in the San Juan country He had been a little anxious this month as the output had been se riously retarded by several mishaps to the milling machinery Dy hurried work however it seemed likely the months stowing could be brought up to that of the previous month if the bullion was not delayed in its journey to the mint In Denver Alderson had made more than the usual number of trips during the past week and he could be seen sometime two or three times a day riding with lila Winchester across his knees and tho precious bullion hanging in the bags slung over the horn of his sad idle When shipments were large he ODiotlmoa had company but ordinarily this was thought unnecessary Now dont fall into the canon Al derson the manager called after him as he started out At any rate- D dont let that bullion go over with you it gives us just the proper per cent tiThebullion guard laughed carelessly at the goodnatured jest of his maua Rer He was used to Whlpples final Injunction about not losing the yellow stun He had an hour and a half to make eight miles into Ouray and felt very easy about arriving in time to catch the passenger train before it left It had been years blnce any trouble had occurred on Sneffels road He rode along unconcernedly mus lag over the morning ride with Miss McSwaln As he neared the end of the third mile between the mine and itae Potosi school he wondered If she would be working later and If ho by any dance would see her There was certainly a girls figure at the stile and ft pony favoring Prince tethered at the gateway Could she be waiting for him If so It was the first time lIe put the thought aside It was too much to hope for As he came Into sight Nellie Me Swain for It was she row and began walking rapidly toward him Mr Aldcrsoa she gasped with breathless excitement you must ilurn bask Theres som thlns wron UfBUBtl Shu had IHIe4 acalut Svlngltr Sarah putting out a hand to catch the bridle rein Why whats the matter Miss McSwaln T Aldertoas selfconscious ness disappeared at the tight of her agitation Jake Andrew just rode down from the Revenue a few minutes agoand said Black Jack and his gang from the Blue lUlls are in this neighborhood today He thinks they are lurking about in the hills between here and Ouray The telephone wires are cut and there are no means of communication with townAlderson remembered vaguely that the chief accountant had been vain ly endeavoring to get central a few minutes before he left the office You know the gang she continued They stop at nothingthey would kill a man for five dollars Ho looked down upon her with quiet regard And you waited here to tell me this It was good of you Miss Mc Swain His words conveyed the rev erence he felt Then ho drew himself up In the saddle and laughedhis gray eyes snapping with the zest of adven tureThe girls form grew tense and she clung fiercely to the rein You shant risk it Mr Alderson The cowards may be waiting down there now to pick you off You have no right to place that gold In jeopardy Tte fioidt HOW tho words stung him She was thinking only of It and she was right Whipple would not thank him for losing the bullion by a rash move Yet It must reach Ouray in time for No 5 You dont understand Miss Mc SwainI must get this gold to the station within an hour It must be thereYes but you need not go alone Leave it with me while you go back for helpSwinginG Sarah can move faster without It I can protect it nobody will knowIt will be safe with me Go back for my sake Tom Had he heard arightwas that his first name on her lips Ho seemed to see but dimly the clinging figure as through a mist Then he reached down and lifted the carefully sacked retort from the saddlebag What will you do with it Where will you keep IU His throat was burning and he could scarcely speak Here she cried my dinnerbas ket Gcod Ive no time to lose Im afraid I cant make It but you shall have your way Walt here till I come back Nellie McSwaln stood motionless for a moment as she heard him gallop away She looked at the white napkin over her dinnerbasket concealing its heavy load What have I done Her first feel- Ing was one of fear and she was white and trembling lie will never make it and the gold must be there Ah The Idea came to her forcibly and for a moment unnerved her Then came that flash her eyes for a moment re sembled Aldersons reflecting the fear lessness of the western spirit Ill do IU The resolution calmed her Prince no doubt felt It an injustice to carry such an unusually heavy din nerbasket at such an extraordinary pace And to think that his faithful service should be so far forgotten that he should be rudely stimulated with a rldlcgwblp Yet ho was merely being urged into a simple trot and no ob server would have accused his charm ing rider of cruelty to her beast She glanced back once or twice The sun was disappearing rapidly from view behind the treacherous path of the U S snow slide and the canon was narrowing perceptibly In the gloom This she knew was due entirely to her imagination and tried to maintain her courage by glancing ahead toward Mt Abram the last peak to release the lingering rays of the sun In the evening She blessed it for its kindly brilliancy as it stood a guardian sentinel over the mining camp of Ouray and was glad It seemed so deceptively close Two of the most dangerous places on the trail the hanging rock and the switchback were passed safely and without interruption There was only one more place to be particularly dreaded the wateringtrough now half a mile ahead She tried to forget the frightful disasters that had occurred at this spot which had proved the set ting for several tragedies every year She endeavored to shut from her mind the thought that the canon was deeper there than anywhere else along Ihn road and that the rocks jutted out as though attempting to push travelers over the edge Yet try as she would In that brief halfmllo every incident she had heard about the place came back to her with startling clearness The day had almost faded as Prince slunk into the narrow passageway leading around to the wateringtrough They passed safely along for a consid crable distance and her heart gave a bound of joy as the trough came Into view Surely the worst was past and her fears were groundless- As they reached the trough however her worst fears were confirmed An arm shot out to the bridle rein and three figures sprang from the shadows Prince snorted wildly and it was brute strength that kept him from plunging frantically over the edge Two of the fellows all of whom were masked stood at the horses head The third advanced slowly toward her and she felt the cold bar rel of a revolver touch her cheek He laid one hand upon the horn of her saddle and leered up at her the white mask gave his face nn unearthly as poet Why thin nlnt our man he growled sullenly niter a brief Inspection It aint a man at aUIL a womanBy gad Its the nchoolmaara said it second voice Skas putty aint the boyii The drat speaker laterpeaat Let her go boys its dangerous to tall here She cant It to town la Ume to Interfere with our game The second man reached out a hand Im powerful hurry miss and that that dinnerbosket looks good to me Both mea released the bridle rein as spokeNellie McSwaln felt her heart throb wildly and then it almost seemed to fall her For a moment it seemed she would faint Ill give you a sandwich Its all t have left In the basket Her vole was a mere whisper She reached In under the napkin and her hand came out holding something bright and shlnglng This sandwich Is buttered with powder and lead she shrieked sad Ill give you a bite of It It you dont look out Poor Prince has never understood the cruel blow he received from the ridingwhip at that mo Ischoolmaams she has tried to explain and again lie respond ed nobly however aad then began aa wild flight over the winding trail dur- Ing which the schoolmaam was con scious of nothing save the reverbera tions in her mind of the discordant laugh that followed from the ruffians behindIt a wild figure that rode up to the little station where the trainmen were giving the airbrakes on No 5 a final test before Its departure She gasped out her story to tho open mouthed stationagent and almost dropped the heavy basket on his foot in her anxiety to perform her self appointed duty to the end She breathed easily only when she had seen the gold safely deposited In the hands of the express messenger Nellie McSwain was not the only rider who dashed down the Sneffel road unmindful of all danger that night When Tom Alderson returned to the schoolhouse accompanied by several sturdy miners armed to the teeth and ready for any affray he found the place deserted and both the girl and the bullion gone One of the men said afterward that Alderson was plumb locoed and agreed that hs was hard to follow in his mad chase over the trail They reached the waterjngtrough In perhaps a shorter period than the trip had ever been made before and the party burst upon the three crouching scoundrels In a manner that was en tirely unprecedented in the history of their carefully planned misdeeds They were entirely disarmed figuratively and literally without so much as an Interchange of shots and the men roped them together preparatory to a march on foot down the hill to Ouray On the outskirts of the mining camp Alderson who had dashed on ahead met a party of horsemen who had been quickly mustered together to go up the trail and see what they could do toward fixing things for Black Jack and his gang Alderson told them in a few words that the wretches were In safe hands and made further in quiries in a somewhat restrained man ner this time as to the whereabouts of the school mistress He learned that she had ridden over somewhere in the neighborhood of Box canyon to await further news The Information was accompanied by significant grimaces and Illcon cealed smiles which the early moon now visible revealed with undesirable clearness The sudden neighing of a horse which he recognized Immediately and which was quickly answered by Swing- Ing Sarah came frqm the mouth of the canyon The girl sat quietly on her horse as though waiting AldeiKon was first to break the awkward silence Im glad you are safe he said huskily She felt the intensity behind his words Thank you= her voice went ort Into a whisper and he could not be cer tain she bad called him Tom I found this at the watering trough lie held out a silver case knife I1 didnt know but it would be all I would ever see again that be longed to you I was afraid =The girl stopped him with a subdued laUgh That was the sandwich which I was going to feed to Black Jack and his unpleasant companions Then she told him the story of her ride and how she had delivered the bullion in time forNo 5 You saved the dividends of the Laura Leigh said Alderson laying a hand gently on Princes maine They sat without speaking for a moment or two The horses moved close ly together and Alderson was item bUng with the nearness of this braye girl who he now knew waa everything to him Over on the trail they could hear the lusty voices of the miners and townsmen gleefully bringing the culprits to town- I thought for a moment you might have gono over the side of the canyon MIBIIMlsa Ills voice failed Would you have ca2dTomT She was looking at him with the one look a lover always knows and he gazed at her long and earnestly Would I have cared Nellie lIe reached over in the saddle and drew her to him Tom Alderson has been described as ungraceful in the art of lovemaking and as Swinging Sarah and Prince rubbed noses In the moonlight It Is probable they accomplished fully as much In the matter of a caress as did their riders In the awkwardness of that first klsSSan Francisco Argonaut The Iletnrn InvlUllou Please Mrs Subbubs mamma says hell bo glad It youll come to tea on MondayWith pleasure Benle Tell your mother Ita really too kind =Oh DO Mamma says shell be glad when WI over Chicago Journal I ORDER OF THE SMILING FACE Weve formed a new society The Order of the Smiling face An honored member you may be For every one may have a plac The rules say you must never let The corners of your mouth droop down For by this method you may get The habit i a sulky frown It playmates tease you let your e e A brave and merry twinkle show For If the angry tear arise Theyre very apt to overflow If you must practice for an hour And If It seem a longs lonG while Remember not to pout slower Uut wear a bright and chwrful smile The rules are simple a you see Make up your to loin today Tut on a smile and you wilt be An active member right away Lucy Foster In St Nicholas TERRIER TRACED CHECKS Dog Makes Cash Payment for the Uniform Kindness Shown to Him by Hia Master Fox terriers are reputed to be among tho very brightest of canines some noImay be It Is an indisputable fact that fox terriers are exceedingly bright and that their Instinct at times leads to fortunate results- Nottingham Jack Is the registered name of a fox terrier owned and loved by Dexter H Walker of Jamaica 1 I and Mr Walker attributes the recovery of a large sum of money to the Intelligence of Jack and the training the little dog has received of unwav erlug kindness since as a puppy he entered the Walker household During the year 1893 when Mr Walker was traveling in England with his daughter nor Mrs Thomas W Lamar he raw Nottingham Jack exhibited for sale Mr Walker was a close friend of Mr Bergh founder of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Is an amateur fancier of broad knowledge He says he knew the puppy had breeding the moment be saw htu and when he learned that he was the son of prizeI winning parents ho purchased him and took him to his lodgings near Hyde Park After spending one day making the acquaintance of his new home Jack vindicated his masters estimate of his Intelligence by finding his way home alone after being lost by Mr Walker In the streets of London I Mr Walker docs not believe In the use of the rod in the training of dogs but maintains that they should be taught by kind words Just as babies are taught If their training li thus begun when they are puppies he holds they will learn the meaning of word just as little children learn them and while they cannot reply In spoken NOTTINGHAM JACK words will demonstrate their understanding in unmistakable ways later Mr Walker says the New York Times lost a considerable sumDt money a few days ago It was In the form of checks and the memoranda showing from whom the checks had been received were with the checks so that the loss bothered Mr Walker not a little lIe did not know whether he had lost the checks about his home at 28 Union Hall street or bad dropped them in the street lIe had payment stopped upon the few he remembered but was at a loss to know what to do about the others He talked about his loss at home and hnally said in a spirit of fun to Jack when tho little dog was greeting him In the evening Jack Ive lost some checks go find themThe dog trotted away and com menced busily searching about the house In five minutes be barked joy ously and kept up such a din that the notice of the household was attracted It cannot be possible that Jack has found those checks said Mr Walker to Mrs Lamar They went to a pantry where Jack stood barking and there on the floor wire the checks the dogs forefeet resting upon them while his face Indi cated his delight- I had given orders for the clearing out of the closet tomorrow said Mrs Lamar and every paper in it was to bavo been burned Mr Walker has several times been offered a high price for his little dumb friend but always said he was not for sale How It Happened SheDid I understand you to say that Prof Grays death was duo to absent mlndcduflltfI BUILDING A DOLLS HOUSE What Any Bright Youngster Can Do with an Empty Box and a Few Simple Tools These pictures show how to make a dolla house with an empty box and a few tools and partition boards Get at any grocery store a box about three feet high two feet wide and one and a half feet deep Take off tho cover and smooth the rough places and place the lax on iu side with the open treat towards you Then get some boards half an inch thick by breaking up an empty cracker box and use those boards for partitioning ort the floors Nail the floor boards to cleats tacked to the sides The box In Us first stage Is shown in figure 1 Next comes the partitioning off After the floor are put In and partitioned off we have figure 2 The rooms can be modeled to suit making one room larger than tho others by adjusting the partition walls Tho upper floor Is for bed rooms the middle for parlor and 11 brary and the lower flftor for hall dining room kitchen etc Two or three styles of roots may bused Gable roofs are used with 17VARIOUS STAGES OP TUB DOLL HOUSC wooden chimneys stained to represent brick or a pitched roof looks well Fig 3 li the house after tho roof Is completed The same boards that were used for partitioning may be usedCut a doorway through the partition wall of each of the rooms and one or more aide doors Into the house Win dows should be cut out In each outside wall of the rooms Raise the house from the floor an inch or more by nailing a little block of wood under each corner Now bi gin by papering tho rooms Go to a paper dealers and buy what wall pa per you need Select paper with small figures Borders are hardly possible so that molding la used Molding enough can be bought for a quarter tt a furniture store Gilded molding huts off the papering with good effect The celllngH may lie painted white or pa peredCarpet the floors with odds and ends of carpet or the floors may be stained Staining the floors cherry color var nishing them and then using little mats here and there oa the polished flooring gives the best erect- If you wish you can get the meas urement of the windows and have a glass cutter cut out separate pants of glass for each window for a few cants each Fasten the panes inside with tacks at the cornets The windows are fitted with drapery that hans halt way down as shown In Fig 4 Cheap pencils make good poles and as for rings ten cents will buy 100 little metal rings at a hardware store For doors the larger draperies are used as In Fig 5 The same kind of pole and rings will do The pencil poles are finished off with plated tacks These metalheaded tacks are useful in making a dolls house and you should buy a package Fig 7 shows the house without its fittings The outside of the house can be painted and the roof looks well If stained The chimney can be painted red and then striped with white to represent brick Patience is required to make the furniture and general trimmings of the house You can put in mantels by using the thin wood of cigar boxes Get a little pasteboard at a drug store and fit them with a pasteboard back as in Fig C The chairs and sofa are covered with fancy fabric Make the stools of covered thread spools For bedsteads uio the flat Bide of a cigar box with spool legs at each cornet and a back board Cover with linen and place a little mosquito netting over It Tables are made of round tops of strawberry boxes with a cen ter leg fastened to a wooden base Stain tho woodwork or cover with cloth or leather Use small candles In little candle sticks to light the house and little Chinese lights that burn oil for the hall Chicago Tribune Oldest Ship in the World Readers will be surprised tolearu that the bltleat ship in the world is not run ning as a ferryboat on ope of our Now York ferries but IB the Italian ship An- Ita registered at the port of Genoa It resembles Christopher Columbus ship the Santa Maria and was built In Genoa In 1518 She made her lust voyage at the end of March 190J from Naples to Tenerlffe and there the rests tn be broken up The Anita Is of tremendous ly stout build and has weathered count less storms and tornadoes In all part of the woili but the li also the ilowtd ably adoat LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLI RAILROAD Tune Tail U infest Mf I t GIg JUrlh lat 4 Dur- L r aveB rea 8t 48 a na Arrive Rfebmppd 4t W a rls Arrive Parl 7rr kila IS Arrive Cincinnati 1M a pt Oo g redh CS arata S l aMr Leave elfla1265 p 121 Arrive Richmond 126 p in Arrive Paris 318 p ta Arrive Cincinnati Ct 00 p m Ualnr Sontb Train I Dally Leave DreIp m Arrive Livingston 2iOQ p ra Uolac south Tate 3 Dully Leave Bersal1 211 01IArrive Livingston to 12 150 a m i it 1IIsotionW H BOWER Ticket Agent I DR V H HOBSON s Dentist m IyrnaDoesnt Roapect Old Age Its shameful when youth falls toIshow proper respect for old ago the contrary in the caw of Dr 01IJaodice Never Constipation all yield lira perfect Pill 2C at East End Drug Co MONUMENTS tI I NetftUce tststp- eraalt eat Marble Work of all kinds don la a workmanlike manner tt reasonable prig and with dispatch Allwork guar autiwd b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND K- yrbnar I Yam aid Collin uto A Hoavy Load To lift that load oil tbo stomach take Kodol Djipojula euro It dly a what you pat stomach belching- gas on stomach and all disorders the stomach that are curable are inIstantlr relined anti permanently cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Stone a druggist at 207 Main street New DrttalnCooD says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is givlnBfiUck universal satisfaction and is so becoming the positive relief and aub 1meotand gratify my customers recommending it to them I write this to show how well the remedy Ik DyspepeiaCurescientific experiments and will past tivsl cure troubles by East End Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop Is the most complete and up date in this part of the Stat for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Derea and vicinity Work seat to me by mail or express will have prompt attention and charge paid ono way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky RxrERHMcc Dank ef Mt Vernon j A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly out on the of J B Outer Franklin Grove 111 It developed a stubborn ulcer un yielding to doctors and remedies for lour years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for Burns BcaldtSkin Eruptions sad Piles Drug Co nIf+H+ HIHMIHHHHH The Home JBHHIB LESTER HILL Editor HHHlHHHHHHHHMl Cold Water and Health Ono of llio malt interesting devel opments in modern medical Hcionco tliu curtain proof of tho iiiiinuiiKo iniHrtaiifo of cold water to liunlth 1 prctmtiOIllint cold water should not lx eon founded with leu water that to almost art disastrous to Htoniacli heart mad liver IIH a liquor or drug habit Cold water moanHthotomx raturuof spring eater of an Octolxtr morning just a crisp freshness nlxMit it but no shock 1liyHieiaim declare that very few Americans drink enough water that coMplexiotIMbad urn largely duo to the result of not drinking millicicnt cold water Tho system demands Its full al lowance of clear cool natural tlnfd in order to do Its work proxirly When tho Ixxly to thirsty UR culling fur watur nt least half pint Ixjforfi brenkfiiHt another before going to ad throe half pints dllrillfStllO day prefonibly not at To gut the best value of your effort you should uccoaq any the cold watur drinking with n daily morning told bath Tho Ixith should IM taken lx fore I thtrthe tlrillkHO thnt thero not the A told bath to only a success with an empty stomach Tho dully tophi Ixthusually taken by women III winlur may lie Inxurioim mind cleansing but it in no substitute for the health giving power of the meld water Its till sting of time cold that starts tIne Moot coursing through lungs nod heart that warms till hands and feet and sends a fino color to the cheek A told bath should lx taken quickly always followed by a brash touwulrub in soft water Much of tho value of till cold bath to hwt if tho water to hard the owns are eloggul nithor than oHjne l it to lllpIIiHallt to dry tho skin quickly and it ill left with a chuniny sensation that depressing It also makes HutiHitivu skin rough and HO coarsens it Fortunately hard water to not an iniNfortuuo Tho worst cgum water win Im softened with tome Two tahletqoonfuto of pure lxntx will Hoftun the tub of water to the mellowness of rain water And in addition to itHlx nufcial officls in the water it hits medicinal projMir ties that actually Htiinuhitu the action of tho skin Had whiten it ofHIIJlIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIJ I The School 1 JOHN WIKT D1N3MOR8 Editor M1HHHHHHHlWlHHH These Mutt Go A list of tutu lays who are the first to lose their situations ill any well ordered business house is given by a tnido magazine Hero are a few of them Tlio exquisite young man wlio parts his hair in the middle and to shocked at tho idea of soiling his hands byn little honest work The luxurious youth who has Iwentydollnrawcok tastes and hub its nod a dollar n wcok sultry rho young man who hasnt souse enough to do anything nulew ho is LIordertrl to do it nnd tho young man always doing things contrary to orders Thu remarkable youth who invari ably knows what a customer wants butter thou ho does himself The young man who is ignorant of tho use of soap and watur and hair brush and comb nil other toilet requisites and the young man who is wrapped up in tho use of these that hu hUll thought for little else Tho young man who weirs tlashy jewelry oxhides an odor of musk wears wide Htriixw daring cravats violent checks nod is generally horsey To this may Ixs added The young maul whoso lustreless eyes nnd tolled lingers proclaim him n cigarette smokur Scioo Index Keeping a Bird Record Nothing will better for tho trouble taken than keeping a record of limo different kinds of birds ono in n season All one needs to a blank notebook and ono of thu many good lxx ks describing American hinds nod giving colored plates of Homo of tho rarer kinds Time beginner will find that thero are nny where from half a dozen to half n hundred kinds that ho can roo coguio at sight Ho should write tho name nnd description of each of theso Thou us ho mIll now varie ties for which ho will always bo on tho lookout he will need to refer to his binllxxjk and plates to identify them When hu is pretty sure of tho name ho should write it down with a description not onlyof the bird but of its habits as fur as he has n chance to note them und time time and place when seen AH this hook grows it will become an unfailing source of pleasure anti boys may compare notes about their records ns they do nlx ut their stamp collections mad form bird clubsSeftcl- cdThe ofHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI Farm B1LA9 CHEBVBR MASON Editor HHHHHI i I IM +HI+11H Notes from Many Sources A pig that to Htunted early in lifo should never bo uwcd as a breeder Gravel or coarwi wind to an much ntixlfd by thy poultry ordinary food Sheep require nix ht tho tuimu pas bum acreage weight to weight ax do cattle The dairy cowHhould linvonRinuch wholesome nutritious ftxxlas she can eat and digest No farmer can afford to farm with out cuhivntingmill the fruits nnd sego tablcH ho cue miecHtwfully grow About 100000000 Kimto of butter urn mado in this country annually Tho demand for it to such that little to Hunt abroad WOCMt ashes mini good either an n top dressing or ploughed in A mixture of awhoH and ntablo manure should produce a good yield of po tatooiRemember that a chilled lamb may lx revived by Ixing placed in warm Manuel uonr the ntove or by the warm bath and that a stimulant Konietimes aiito in restoring anima tion Thom is no quotation but what the ordinary exclusive feeder of torn to gutting his eyuH ojxtncd in regard to mho value of grans as nn assistant or adjunct to time wale grain feel of hogs StrawlxTries bo easily grown nnd lire practically indispensable HlncktxrrioH como next in vnlue and aro very ensily grown He sure to have plenty of fruit mind garden pro duce for time family Tho Ouerist heifer Doll Bloom hits rtltlItIlOlllplolttl an ollicial lust of ono roar during which she gave 20718 p01ll1l1A milk which contained 02801 pounds of butler fat She to n lhre yenr old and owned by F fxrthrop Anus of Mas A Hoard of Agriculture has re 1tI11t01I established in thu Ha hamnH timid a holullitUlAtatloll to to IM started in connection with it TIlt station will be under tho super vision of the imperial Commissioner of Agriculture for the West Indies It is said that tho study of scien title agriculture in tilt public schooto of MiHMMiri to now nil accomplished filet A course of study hits wen prepared by W T Carrington State Sii oriiiioiidont of Public Schools under tlu BujKjrvtoiou of tho State Hoard olAgricullure The Wyoming station has Ixigun the breeding of horses cxxrimunt ally principally for tho purK so of showing Western ranchmen how they can produce n generalpurpose horse and one suitable either for cavalry purjKwes or for work on tho homo ranch It in thought the horse bus iness in Wyoming curt Ix made much mow profitable than it JH nt present by improving time native stock with conch stallions In some villages time yellow peril con sists largely of yellow dog When n nun is In love with himself It Is useless fur rivals to try to win hU affections Before watches were Invented every man In time country thought he had n two minute horse There Is nothing quite so useless n check book with no money In the bankA small woman bus been known to no cluiHten mid subdue n big mini that he hud to lie Identified before his moth er would own him Newer look n girt horse pistol In the mouth until you have cxnmlned time loud Before the census Is taken tho Inhab itants of mi ambitious city should put cucumbers That would double them up LABOR FEDERATION Central Body at New Orleans Censured For boycotting a Union Labor Paper THE BtiYCOT MUST BE REMOVED Unions Cautioned to lid More Conser vative Relative to Placing Finns on the Unfair List It WPS Recommended That Such Cases Be Referred to the Federation Which Would Then Thor oughly Investigate San Francisco Nov IGAt tho ses sion of the American Federation of Labor Tuesday the central labor body of Now Orleans was censured by tho executive council That organization boycotted a union labor paper of the city because of an expression of opinion on tho part of thu editor This was styled by the council as a violation of a free press and a fundamental principle of union ism and tho New Orleans body was given 30 days In which to remove tho boycott or the alternative of having Its charter revoked Unions everywhere were cautioned to bo more conservative In their ac tions relative to placing firms on the unfair list It was recommended that such cases bo returned to the federa tion which would then thoroughly In voitlgata tho boycott The situation In Colorado was referred to as shocking and a deter mination was expressed to aid tho Western Federation of Minors both morally and financially in tho efforts theIjudication Tho report concluded by urging all union men to work persist ently to the end that an antl Injunction bill eighthour law and measures to regulate convict labor and enforce ChlneHO exclusion might be passed by congressBrewery Workers Trouble Ono of time principal contentions re ferred to by the committee was that existing between the brewery work ers and tho International Association of Firemen and Engineers which the council recommended bo submitted ton special committee to bo composed of twomembers from each union In volved and a like number of repro sentatives from the American Federation of Labor It was pointed out that most of tbo trouble between theso or ganizations arose front the Idea en tertalned by tho brewery workers that by complying with mho demands of tho engineers and firemen the life of tho Brewery Workers union was threatened The ultimatum of the council was that unless tho latter organization recognized tho provisions of tho constitution of tho American Federation of Labor and allowed en Klncors am firemen employed In breweries to como under tho jurisdiction of their respective organizations beforet- ime unit of the present session no nt tention would be paid to the brewers petitions to place firms on the unralrI list that tho firms so listed brewers would not bo recognized ns such by the American Federation of Labor and that brewers label would not bo considered by tho federation Tho matter of seating William Schardt president of the Chicago Fed oration of Labor came up when the committee on credentials recommended that he have no voice in the proceedings An amendment to tho re port was carried over the head of tho committee however which postponed consideration of tho case A fight between tho representatives of the boll ernmkers and structural Iron workers was likewise postponed At the afternoon session Michael Davltt who was in tho hall was recognized and call to tbo platform Ho made n short speech expressing his sympathy with organized labor and was loudly applauded Sent to tho TurkoPerslan Frontier Constantinople Nov IGTho Amer Ivan consul at Kharput Dr Thomas H Norton has been Instructed to pro coed to tho Turko Persian frontier and watch tho operations of the Turkish and Persian authorities who have un lertaken to arrest tho Kurdish mur derers of the American missionary Rov D La Dareo who was killed in April last Dr Norton Is a native of Cincinnati To Abandon the Use of the Pay Car Chicago Nov IGTho Lake Shore Michigan Southern railroad has de cided to abandon the use of the pay car and It Is now making Its last trip Tho employee will next month be paid In chocks instead of in tho former method Made III From Eating Oysters Wellington Kan Nov IGE B WImer cashier of time na tional bank Is dead of typhoid fever as the result of eating oysters at his sisters wedding several weeks ago Thirty other guests wore mado III Hulk of the General Slocum Sold Now York Nov IGThe hulk of the Illfated excursion steamer General Slocum which was burned In East riv er early last summer with the loss of moro than n thousand lives was sold at auction Tuesday for 1800 A Laymen Missionary Conference Detroit Mich Nov 1C Prominent Eplscopalcans from Michigan Ohio Indiana Illinois and Wisconsin ore gathered hero this week for what la known as tho laymens mlsslouarj conference of the mlddlo west IANNUAL DINNER The 136th of the New York Chamber of Commerce Held at Delmonlcos New York Nov 16The 136tli an nual dinner of tho Now York chamber of commerce was held Tuesday night at Dclmontcos The design of tho menu was devised to show by comparison the great change which has taken place In marine architecture slnco the 18th century At tho top was a representation of the ship Bristol chartered for London January 11 1708 owned by John Harms Cruger a mom ber of the chamber of commerce and below it tho steamship St Louis cf tho American line Time hall was decoratod with the fogs of many nations On the wall opposite tho presidents table the Eng lish jack and American flags were en twined Tho speakers of the evening wero Leslie M Shaw secretary of the treasury nt lion John Morley M P Richard Olney and Sir James Kitson SL P Mr Morris J Jessup presided THE TARIFF QUESTION No Decision Has Been Reached By the President and Republican Leaders Washington Nov 16No decision has yet been reached by the presi dent and other republican leaders regarding possible nation of congress on subject of the tariff It can be said authoritatively that no decision will be reached as such action either at n regular or at an extraordinary session of tho 69th congress until tho subject has been considered thorough ly by the president and his cabinet and his political friends In congress The president Is not bound by any pre conceived views on the subject and is open to conviction as to tho most desirable course to pursue Ho Is not Inclined to favor an extraordinary session either for the purpose of tak ing up the tariff or any other subject JEWISH IMMIGRANTS Forty Acre Farms Purchased In Wis consin For Ten Families Milwaukee Wls Nov GA W Rich of this city chairman of the Industrial Aid Society of Wisconsin and president of the Milwaukee Agricultural association both of which or ganizations are outgrowths of the in dustrial removal once established through bequests of llama do hirsch has just consummated the purchase of 740 acres of land In Wood county Wis consin and will at once provide 40 acre farms for ton families of Jewish Immigrants Slnco January 1903 Mr Rich has been able to provide indus trial pursuits In Wisconsin for some workmen such as carpenters tanners tinsmiths and laborers FARRAGUTS FAMOUS FLAGSHIP She Has Been Ordered From Norfolk to Washington Washington Nov 16 Farraguts famous flagship the Hartford now attached to thu Atlantic coast squadron loft Norfolk Monday night for this city with a view to taking part in the cer emonies attending the unveiling of tho statue of Frederick tho Great next Saturday afternoon Sho Is bringing two companies of blue jackets and two companies of marines who will bo landed to participate in the military demonstration Opening of the Art Exhibition New York Nov IGMrs Theodore Roosevelt wife of tho president and Mrs Gcorgo B McClellan received r Mrs Theodore Roosevelt Tuesday night at a formal reception celebrating the opening of tho com parative art exhibition of 200 foreign and American masterpiece at the Am erican flue arts building Dismissed from the Service Washington Nov IGJohn B Brownlow of Tennessee a clerk In tho post office department who acted as distribution officer of the department nt tho St Louis exposition was dismlsod from tune service Tuesday by order T f the president Brownlow was charged with Impertinence and Insubordination Switch Engine Blown Up East St Louis Ill Nov IGOno man was killed ono probably fatally injured and seven others seriously hurt in the explosion of a switch en glno of time Southern railroad In thnt companys yards hero Tuesday night Cause of explosion unknown No More Smallpox Cases Ann Arbor Mich Nov IGTho University of Michigan health officials Tuesday declared that the smallpox epidemic had passed the danger stage Since the eight mild cases were discovered Tuesday no more have ap pennedt iTHREE DAYS FIGHT Terrific and Continuous Bom bardment on the Eastern Ridges at Port Arthur THE JAPANESE INFANTRY CHARGED They Were Checked However by the lllff Moats and the Terrible Russian Fire Their Ranks Were Rapidly Depleted Notwithstanding a Clever Covering Fire of Japanese Artillery Casualties About 2000 Tendon Nov 16Tho Dally Telegraphs correspondent with the Japanese army before Port Arthur during the attack of the Japanese on the eastern occupied ridges on October 30i says The terrific and continuousi bombardment night and tober 27 to October 30 culminated In wonderful practice qulto beyond criti clam With appalling rapidity count less bursting shells mingled their smoke into a dense oscillating mass of vapor laden with earth and gleaming with flashes of fire tho climax being reached at 1 oclock with a tromen lmm fire of shrapnel uuiuaa tt hrn ken breastworks of the fortresses Suddenly every gun ceased fire and the Japanese Infantry rushed out from heir parallels ere the hills had ceas ed reverberating with tho thunder of tho canonado from seven separate quarters against the Rlhlung Keek wan and Ianlung fortified ridges The attack was simultaneously developed with a single premonitory feint fully 4000 troops dashed out poll mell with fixed bayonets waving standards and rending the air with shouts of ban zai The correspondent details how the various Japanese attacks were check ed by the big moats and the terrible Russian fire which rapidly depleted their ranks notwithstanding a clever covering fire of Japanese artillery and says It was most remarkable oven In credible but fully substantiating sur mines of their ability to withstand the fire of the heaviest Japanese ordnance how the Russians despite the previ ous bombardment replied from their fortress guns although over 1800 600 pound shells had been fired that day not counting thousands of smalled pro jectiles The Attack Abandoned Before halt an hour had elapsed and after losing men the Japanese abandoned the attack against tho South Kcekwan rortiBy 4 oclock the Japanese fire had diminished In Intensity and the as astute ceased shortly before sunset when fire broke out In the new town of Port Arthur and nt nightfall the Japanese opened a shrapnel fire on the eastern rldgo to cover tho retire ment of their isolated assaulters whose situation was critical between the east and the south Keekwan forts The total Japanese casualties exceed ed 2000 Russian Positions Unmasked Although the assaults failed In tho capture of the main objective they ab solutely unmasked tho eastern Rus sian positions and their strength Tho allthoughso skilfully manipulated and ceasing without supports finallyI ized For strength tho Russian lion was unassaultablo and it would have been useless to endanger double the force and incur double the casu nlty In the same assault After dusk tho Russians sortie and recovered the ground lost be tween tho east and south Keekwan forts They recovered tho P 10 oclock In tho evening but GenI Ictnoye gallantly restored the hill and despite 250 casualties expelled the Russians by sheer dash and courage PANAMA THREATENED Hold wallCabledWashington Nov IGThe integrity of the republic of Panama is gravely threatened A great revolution demanding the utilization of United States war vessels and marines Is menacing PanamaIAfter conferences Tuesday between andsnavy was cabled peremptory orders to hold his squadron at Panama where it arrived Tuesday until further orders Special orders were also cabled to Onpf Merriam in command of tho Dlnle In Colon Gen Stoessel Wounded Headquarters of tho Third Japanese Army Before Port Arthur Nov 16 via usanIt Is reported that a wound received by Gen Stoessel has necessi tated his confinement in a hospital but he refused to relinquish the command A Cruising Sanitarium Berlin Nov IGTho Hamburg Am erlcan Steamship Co is fitting out tho new Fuerst Bismarck as a cruising sanitarium The chief physician will bo Dr Schlelnlngor formerly Prince Hlsmnrcks household physician New Minister of War Paris Nov 16Gen Andre resigned the portfolio of minister of war and Henry Bortcnux a member of tho chamber of deputies and a suocessru- broker on tho bourso was nominate- Is his successor THE COMMONWEALTH THE ANNUAL CHASE The Fox Hunters Have Gathered Near jBard Ky Bardstown Ky Nov IGThe eighth innual meet of thb National Fox Hunt ire assocIation Is In progress here Many distinguished sportsmen are present among them Dr Clark Davis 5f Cincinnati Jack Chinn of Mercer ounty and Col Roger Williams oft Lexington The first trial took place Tuesday There were 11 entries and after a two hours chase a fine red fox was killed by Edward Harbours hound Blue Eyes of Louisville The fox was pre seated to Wm Wade of Plttsburg Pa president of the association It Is pronounced the most phenomenal chase on record It is the first time since the organization of the assocla lion that Kentucky hounds alone entered tho chase Miss Sadfp Sanders of Bullltt county Is only lady Joining In the chase THE ASPHALT PLANT It Will Be Constructed Either In Cov or Louisville IIIngton Lexington Ky Nov IGOwlng to serious opposition made by James s Stoll of this city the Indian Asphalt Co will not build Itn contemplated plant and oil refinery In this city Mr sum icBiava in tub flUIDity or me site upon which the plant was to be built and says ho will spend 20000 If necessary to prevent it from construct ing the plant there The company has about abandoned Its project to build here and will try either Cbvlngton or Louisville The latter place has or fered tho company a site free of cost providing It will come there ON BONDS HELD The Municipality Must Pay the State and County Tax- Frankfort Ky Nov lSThe court of appeals Tuesday decided that the city of Frankfort must pay state and county taxes on 40000 worth of bonds held by tho city known as the gas bonds Tho city sold Its gas plant many years ago and took the bonds In part payment Tho Interest on the bonds was paid back each year to the gas company for lighting the streets- and tho city contended that this was for the public good and therefore the bonds ought not to be taxed Young Girl Burned to Death Owensboro Ky Nov IGMabel the sixyearold daughter of Louis Burns a farmer was burned to death while playing at a fire which had peen built In tho back yard of her fathers home Sho was alone at the time and the tire was so fierce that her abdomen was burned away and the bowels fell out on tho ground Rich Lead Deposits CovIngton Ky Nov IGRlch de posits of lead ore have been dlscov ered in Harrison county and a i7b 000 company has been organized to develop the property The companyIwill be known as the Mining Co and articles of Incorpora lion were filed- Special Term of Court Frankfort Ky Nov IGA special term of the Franklin circuit court began here with Special Judge John D Carroll of Henry county presiding by appointment of tfbv Beckhnm Tho term is for the hearing of civil cases only and will continue for about two weeksuFiled Another Suit- Flemlngsburg Ky Nov IGSult- was filed in the circuit court here on Tuesday to compel the Fleming county election commissioners to count the votes In the Grange City precinct that gave Judge James B Bennett 60 ma jority In the race for congress IStock and Feed Barn Burned Carlisle Ky Nov IGThelargo stock and feed barn and cocncrlb containing 100 barrels of corn one fins brood mare some harness and several vehicles belonging fo John M Donnell near this city were burned The loss Is 6000 Campbell County Official Vote Covington Ky Nov IGThe offi wallonIers Tuesday Tho total vote for time candidates for president was ns follows Roosevelt 6769 Parker 4 C62 Debs 1061 Boy Died of Grief Deikln Ky Nov IGThQ fiveyear old ion of Elijah May is dead of grief lover the demise of his sevenyearold throe days ago After the loss 4 of his playmate tho youngster pinedraway until ho succumbed to sorrow 6 RLocke For Postmaster Newport Ky Nov 16 Postmaster John Moyer will have opposition for reappointment to that position It was learned Tuesday that oxChief of Po lice D R Locke will bo an applicant for the position and expects to land it To Call on the Governor Louisville Ky Nov 16A committee representing Louisville business Interests will call on Gov Bockham this week to urgo a special session of tho legislature to consider a new cap- Itol site Hunter Badly Wounded Newport Ky Nov 10 George Kel ler n farmer of Alexandria dlichare climbingdho ankle shattering tho bone The Citizen 4x lKDir DBtT FAMILY NBWBTA hIIt4 every Tknrdsy at loin L JAMES M RACER uu and Poblfka- anaCXPT1o3r mAnssf- ATABLB ref IDTAXO I BMlhl uak ro nonth 1- 1ar4 so7b7 Poet o se pt t krone Order tDtrtk Draft atglaletee- Mtioe or oaS UM two Mil tuny Vh Bat a Mr yoir aml ihowi to wkU tat oar nibtcrlptlon It It to Mt ed within wtk Jut Motlag M booty aol ty Ui S tMrlfe ri wlthlag Tin Cno Napped Utaottt ui at the expiration ol their rub- paoups7rIngdl utMn othtrwtM wt tbU toil they it continued etU su at ono ofiuiy thanla jeer ao ImitiTtDf both old tad Dow addrme MiMteg Kambra dill to wnptxn eomlnf I upUtABt Wanted In ever llly Writ tot tmL Aaron tBdlD us tour tw yearly rlptlontwUI rclT Tra CITIUH ire u rue j BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST OHARLES HOTEL Nsw Furnishings in gear room All ssrvlco Ant olau Popular prl Tailoring shop i oanscUon r CMAftLES JCDMel tRichmond Ky He Feels Bad Who is stopped up with a Cold in the Head or Chect Quinine m make lick but U you will apply Para camph freely and snuff up the nose you get instant relief because it the stimulates the circu congestionreVprevents Pneumonia So dont let our cold hang on Try a 2ho bottle today S E Welch Jr Druggist Ice Cream All Flavors lee Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida sad California Fruits Eirly Yegitabtrt jl Phon JOES No 68- Sstoot Orocer and Catertr Jees Corner Richmond Ky Thousand Cured DeWUs Witch Haul Salve has cured thotuads of ruses of PUN I bout a box of Da Witts Witch Haul Salve on the recommendation of our druggist so wrltea C H LaCroiz of Pavalla Texand used It for a stubborn case of Piles It cured me permanently Sold by Eut End Drug Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired lAnd tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky A Good Complexion and rOI cheeks re LittleEarlrRlHnKaoogdocbes Tex A certain cure for billousnesa constipation etc Small pUIf aar to takefluy to act Sold by East Ead DrugCo Miller House Nwlr IUs4 JCtaisawi popuhupries R 0 Engle Prop tfainSt Richmond Ky Williams UbetU prepar- ad than ear to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL BEPARINO promptly Clean leg and Preeslag a specialty Work guaranteed W L Williams Mala Street Berea XT Mothers Praise It Mothers everywhere praise One Min uU Cough Cure for the sufferings it baa relieved and the lives it has saved A certain cure for coughs croup and whotplng cough A L Spafford ayeOurstrangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup One Minute Cure quickly relieved and cure her and 1 cannot it too highly One Minute Cough Cure re lieved coughs makes breathing outs out phlegm draws out ioflamat- JOD and removes every cause of a straIn on the lungs Sold by East End Drug Co IIJ1Jurudtr ittIBy DAVID n PORCAN rrttUtnt NUou11la1lkClIJroro Credit to modem business as the blood is to the per cent of all transactions credit and the currency used in performing the other ten of another form Credit starts enterprises goods moves mer handise wages wars makes civilization NOW if all this system of modern business is built upon credit rest upon a firm foundation or the entire to ruin That foundation is character Credit I believe Implies faith Kv cry transaction is based upon confidence in the integrity of one thus character is the very foundation of modern While business and hard still there is room in it for fairness Although there is much trickery in business successltStltPL truth and honor While trickery occasionally fails simply because peo ple will not do if they can help it The mere accumulation of success in life The most in sidious temptation to to be nothing but a businessman and to yield to to fail in life no matter how much money he may together When a manTlics of him is that he was a keen business man and or more that is not success But when you can both in business and in his domestic relations competitors and employes that he was kind to with his own relations that he was sympathetic tendency of business to make him l1ird that that he was broadminded and publicspirited soul above business above money and above can say all or nearlull of these thingsthat is Unman uperinr tnl stan By DR W T BELfIELD F Of of Is Ninety In the lower organ isms eats the male A little higher up in the scale of evolution the female that the male can workand supply her with food while she reproduces the species As a worker the male devel oped certain qualities unknown to the female finalities that arc espe dally developed in the very highest animals the human race But the female remains even in the human species as the conserver of the race and the depositor of all the virtues that render society possi ble and that perpetuate human culture Woman is superior mentally and physically to man She endures more and is less subject to the disease caused by the of microbes in the human For every 105 boys born there arc 100 girls yet when the period of infancy has elapsed with all the loses due to infantile diseases the number of females equals that of the males The longevity of women is greater than that ofmen To prove the superiority of women mentally consider the matter of colorblindness Perceptions of color is the last attainment of the human optic it is the most subtle finality of human evolution Out of every 100 women one is aftlicted with colorblindness Out of every too men 16 arc afflicted with colorblindness Boys born ofa colorblind father and a normal mother will be colorblind but girls born of the same union will have a perfect perception of colors The ratio 16 to I expresses about the physical and mental superior- it of women to men If men arc silver women arc golden The color perception of women does not proceed from their constant inspection of ribbons and fabrics but from immemorial superiority of sex rnrsis of tlt- i ftttturBy GEORGE KEENE the National Conference Charltlc ind Correction Jfrom Utest business involve the discovers ravages system real defective with whom we are most con cerned in a sociological sense is he with the blightedor impaired i- ntellectthe feeble- minded the epileptic and the insane Before us arises the army of defectives and degenerates seemingly accumulating and threatening to overwhelm our civilization The scientific treatment ol waste is its utilization for the common good We can do no better than to direct our efforts to the utilization of human waste and apply ourselves to the training and saying of the young from the tyranny of a debased organization and the contaminating blight of a pernicious environment The most conscientious reformers have been led to attribute the increasing evils of social evolution to intemperance dissipation and the marriage of the unfit Already legislation has been initiated in many states tending toward the restriction of marriage the timely control of the dissolute and asseiualization of certain degenerates Legislation without education is futile Humanity must be perfected not so much by the process of pruning as by that of grafting Let Vis believe that with Carlton that the possibility of improving the race depends on the power of increasing the productivity of its best stock Mm titBy DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS Putor of Plymouth Church Brooklyn body female The So accustomed are we to thinking that Athens made Greece that Rome made Italy that Paris made France that Eng land is London that we believe now that as New York goes so goes the destiny of the United States But I say that as New York goes so docs not go the destiny and history of the United States I do not mean that New York has no influence but we n our selfsufficiency have come to overemphasize ourselves Theboy who is nourished in the city who all his life has breathed only the tainted air of the city and has been cramped by his surround dings has no chance It is the boy who has been reared far from the complexity of city life that does things Here a man loses his individuality The men who will make themselves known 40 years hence are now husk ing corn in Nebraska There is no pessimism beyond flu mountains no talking down of the institutions of this country Those men have now begun a revival of patriotism to oppose the pessimism of the men of New York It is the west that has furnished the heroes for the last two or three Generations t THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL ron In the International Series for November 20100flI8lahl Menage to Judah Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher Copyright 101 by J M Krt OII LESSON TBXTliaUh 11 p 1210 memory vriei lito Study all of thl Tone 10O- OLDJoN TEXT Cf1 to do evil learn to do weltUalah 11117- TIME7SO II C PLACEJerualmIntroductol Note The prophecy of Isaiah carries us Into a period of the history of Judah somewhat later than that which we havo been studying Following the year1 reign of Joaih we have Araaxlah reign tyear and then the long 6Jy reign of Aiarlah or Cxxlnh a In 2 King 15U and In Imlah It was during the latter part of hla reign that liaUh began prophe lying and ai li Indicated In the opening vcno of his prophecy hla minute con tinued through the reign of Jolham II yearn Ahai If oars and Into Heteklah a reign of t year The king of liruel dur- Ing thla period were Jtxeboara II years acharlnh his lion six month Bhallum usurper month Menahem usurper ten year Iekahlah hU ton two yens Ieknh usurper W year and lo ea nips years during whose reign the kingdom or Urnol came to an end This occurred dur Ing llexeklfttTi reign For the history ol the time during which Isaiah prophesied see 1 Chron KJJ The Lesson Outline TIIEMKA Message to the Wayward I introductory v II The ChrIVl M 1 God SpeakingT t r God the Faithful Fatherv 1- I A Itebellloui r opev M a Ungrateful and Sslash- b SIn laden Unreiponnlve to Disciplined Utterly Corrupt r Their land Detolat- rf Monument ot aodi lifer III The Appeal Salvations Hequlilu vi IfII 1 The Cleanilng fom Sin 2 Turning from Sin I Doing Good IV Promlie and Tbr atva M I Oodi Hand of Mercy und IllenUng v lJ 2 Ooda lend of Judgment and 1ua- UhmenL v Comparing Scripture with Scripture I Introductory v 11t ldentin sthe author Isaiah the Son of Amos It declares the nature of what follows the vision It fixes the objective of the prophecy Judah and Jerusalem and the time In the days of Unlah Jotham Anas and Heieklah here Is a sug gestion for preachers teachers and class leaders all who would give Instruction out of Oods Word Be clear as to the message definite as to Its objective point and fit It to the times and reeds of those to whom It Is addressed II The Charge 1 God Speaking 2The heavens and the earth are tilled with the voice of God lie spoke of His ancient people lie Is speaking to day through lice SonlIeb 112 2 God the Faithful Father v 1 Nourished and brought up children The history of Gods dealings with Ii tad Is one long story of love patience goodness and mercy God redeemed them from bondage molded them Into a nation gave them a land flowing with milk and honey and made them a great nation under David and Solomon This It but a picture a type of what God has done and Is doing for every human soul As the faithful Father lie has sent Ills Son to deliver from the bondage of sin John 316 He has given a goodly heritage Rom 817 and lie has shown the way ot victory 2 Cor 2U 3 A Rebellious People vs 29aUngrateful and 1lelfshDoth not know doth not consider How like peo pie today In their attitude towards God Isa G3G b Sin Laden Com pare Rom 11832 c Unresponsive to Discipline Why should ye be stricken any more It Is an awful thing when God has to leave a soul alone In Its gin The doom cf a soul li sealed when God ceases to strive with Compare first part of Gen 63 with ItI 1232 d Utterly Corrupt whole head Is tick and the whole heart taint This with verse Indicates the desperate moral condition of Israel Stan In the sight of God Is a hope less helpless sinner Rom 310 Iw 646 e Their Land Desolate vs 7 8Aim how the world Is suffering today from sin See It all about ua And so U will continue until Jesus comes to reign supreme I Monu ments of Gods Mercy v 9God has no delight In the death of the wicked Exek 33111 Tim 24 L The Appeal Salvations net quisites Cleansing from Sin Wash you make you clean The blood of Jesus Christ cleanseth front all sin John 11 This Is the first step 2 Turning from Sin Put away the evil of your doings Ceue tOr do evil This is the nut step Conversion means turning about Rom 612 This is the negative side ofthe Christian life 3 Doing Good Learn to do wells Phil 1911 2 Thess 21G 17 This Is the positive side of the Christian life Learn to do well a Dy study of Gods Word- S k judgment 2 Tim 215 b By kindly ministry Phil 267 Jas 127 IV Promise and Threat 1 Gods hand of mercy and blessing out stretched to those who will yield to and obey Him But 2 Gods hand of judgment and punishment falling upon such as refuse to hear Which shall It beT The mouth of the Lord hath spoken The Golden Text Cease to do evil learn to do well the theory of evolution cannot stand upon this text The natural tendency of man Is downward and away from pod The two contrasts presented here are evil and well good The one identifies the Inherent tendency and quality of man The other describes the nature and attributes of God The two emphatic words are cease soil learn Cut loose from the natural man and his tendencies Unite with God This twofold operation It real ized In repentance for sin and salvation to righteousness IF ONLY If only you would lane the drink ICU Jut for u week or two Im sure you would be better Juitt try It pleatc Mr do If ou would but drink water 80ellRr w frth 10 bright tan sure youll not deny It li pleasing to the sight If only for your pocket Youve rrtmon to nbitaln If only for your body Do hove u try again It only for your brain friend That surely wants the boat BupiKirt that you tan guy II AnJ drink gives It rest If only fur your hands sir If only for your ees Jut give up drink a bit sir Youll get a glad surprise National Advocate MODERATE DRINKING nero Are Figures Which Trove That Total Abstinence Pro longs Life The effect of the drink habit on longevity has long been a much debated topic It has been pretty gen tally conceded that the excessive me of alcoholic beverages is Injurious but many of those who willingly concede this were equally earnest and sincere in declaring Kial moderation In the use of liquor not only was not Injuri ous but In some cues actually bone final This view lhq advocates of total ab stinence have vigorously disputed but It has only been recently that the have been provided with statistics that are comprehensive on the subject and seem to bo actually overwhelming InI proof of their The actuary eontfOnttonITemperance and General Provident In etltutlon a large Kcgllsh life Insur ance society niter many months of la bor has compiled the figures of his society tearing upon the relative longevity of the total abstainer and the moderate drinker These figures cover a continuous period of 61 years and Include K4673 Individual cases This makes It the most comprehensive statistical view- Ing that has ever been attempted o the subject It Indicates that between the ages of 20 and 70 the deaths amon R moderate drinkers exceeded thoeo among abstainers by 23 per cent Tb showing for men and women In th prime of life Is still more surprising The mortality of moderate drinker between the ages of 30 and 40 was C8 per cent In excess of that of abstain ers and of those between 40 and was 74 per cent greater In tabulated form by ages the figures and percentages are as follows KxrtMdralhi- No of Death smoaxmederxate Asm Total Moderate abMala drinker P P 14 4521 4CT II 1344201 ral U 444064 2IL1 f4eI6 1MH 41 GA409 07I UJM 11 This seems to be a convincing demo ouitratlon says the Ohio State Journal The actuary who complied the fig urea Is one of the most eminent anl reliable In Great Britain His work was done to secure a basis for insurance mortality tables and not with a view to constructing a temperance argument It represents therefore his honest findings on the subject and cannot be explained away on any ground of bias or prejudice As such It certainly comprises a conclusive array of fads that are worthy of the most general and care ful consideration PROGRESS OP REFORM True watch dogs do not waste their breath barking at fllM Rams Horn- I hardly know any more potent cause of disease than alcohol Sir W Gull M D Of the 22152 perrons arrested In New York for disorderly conduct 18 770 admitted being Intoxicated tire on nidiii pinions toartnr lilac like men of God llke birth lllne Jehovah8 aid Imploring Bw rep the epoller rfom the earth Mm Slsournty Many communities have learned the capacity of hard elder to Intoxicate But the recent decision of a New York court that hard cider IB a liquor with in tho meaning of the flames law and the fining of a citizen KOO for telling It without license strengthens that po sition The Issue We notice an Item stating that an Insurance doctor at Lclpslc has col lected facts which show that the Changes in the human blood vessels brought about by the use of alcohol tobacco and other excesses including overwork cause 22 per cent of all Oeaths whereas the much dreaded tuberculosis is responsible for only seven per cent In that cltr Liquor Trusts The third annual report of the Cen inEnglandrearly 200 pages containing much In InformationTheprogress during last year and there InJnglalldcompanieswith trustmanagernentUte number la Increasing every week THE CURSE OF DRINK rfTragedy Surrounding the Life of a Young English Lad Who Went to India as a Soldier A youth belonging to an English family uf the Letter class growing luipn pent of the restraints of home and tong Ing to see more of the world resolved to enlist AS a soldier In a about to embark fur India For ImenlIall went well but at length life lost Its charms He chafed under the restraints Imposed upon him anti the monotonous round of a IIOtdlerlllIeIbecame Irksome in the In the companionship of tho rough un tutored nun by whom he was surround ed ho found little pleasure With heart sick with yearning his thoughts went out continually toward the borne he had onco so lightly esteemed llla fathers smile he felt would bo a bene diction his mothers voice time sweetest musIc That he might forgot his unhnp plnets he learned to drink drink deep ly and was therefore often In disgrace Ills commanding oBlccr knew his history and was much Interested In him encouraged him counseled him pleaded with him but all to no purpose More and more reckless he became more Imtpatient of control and more deeply Indulged In the Intoxication cop At length he committed an act of such turpitude that ho was tried by court martial and sentenced to be ahoL While awaiting execution he was Ire quently visited By a chaplain whose heart was touched with the deepest pal j for him and who strove to turn the thoughts of the doomed man trom the miserable present to the Kaihrr above whose thoughts of him were only love and to the Saviour Who died to redeem him In his darkcen and misery be sought the Lord and found Him found Him even for a time of wrest necil a sure and all suffident refuge When the light of Gods love hid hlaythoughts went out to his r sol dleri and from his dreary celt he seat forth a most touching epistle All tilt sorrow and ruin he told bU comrades had been caused by drink and urged them as they valued their earthly soil their eternal happiness to refrain from It A still more sorrowful duty wan yet U be discharged before isle work was done gays the Rational Advocate A letter of farewell waa written to his parents a letter from a heart broken and pent tent and breathing an earnest prayer for forgiveness fur all tho wrong hIhad done them all the lorrow he notnto grieve for him U onn without hope fur In his sorrowful extremity when all joy and comfort had faded out of bIA life he had found a light and a lose humannThis letter he committed to a corn made oon to return to his native land charging him to deliver It to his par ante This commission his comrade faithfully executed IJ01flllly hi was welcomed to the old home eagerly the parents ques tioned him about their toy saying that It had been long since any tidings from him had reached them The heart of the soldier sank within him but the awntl- news must be communicated Tenderly as possible he broke to them thMldlngr but they tell with crushing weight upon the fond parents Ono month after this Interview time soldier again visited tho home to which he had come with such heavy tidings The house was silent and empty and In the little cemetery near at hand was a newmade grave It held the remain of the heartbroken mother The father lived but be had exchanged his dome for an asylum for the Insane The awful fate of his son had distracted his rUe sonHow many homes not only In limit ala but In America have been darkened and desolated by the curse of drinkFRIGHTENING SCAMP How the Mayor of a Kentucky Town Got Rid of a DrunkUllIep rebate Adrunken fellow wu some time acs brought before the mayor of Coving ton Ky charged with various breaches of the peace The prisoner confessed hug guilt with Infinite assurance Mr Jailer said his honor take this old man and keep him under lock and key till tour oclock this afternoon Then take your doublebarreled guy and make an end of him wont have tech scoundrels hanging about Coving ton In an agony of terror the pool nreUh was conveyed to his cell says the National Advocate Every tick ol the prison clock sent a pang to his soul At ten minutes to four the jailer entered with his doublebarreled gun mid said Hill make your peace with Heaven Theres nn mercy In the mayor Youve got ten minutes to pray With these words he departed leav ing the prisoner more dead than alive Eut a ray of hope sprang upln hie bosom when ho saw the door of his cell ajar He might escape Stealthily he crept out of the aparl ment and stole downstairs The door at the foot of the staircase was open and to was that of tho jailyard through tho latter the rowdy glided gained the street and struck out llkn a race horse soon leaving Covlngtou astern JJo has not been seen since and probably will not return while Mayor Foley holds the reins of office The Revenue Feature The liquor traffic fortifies Itself by means of revenues to the government The United States collects 17800000 n year from tho trade Great Britain I1C3000000 France flOOOOOOOO an Russia 1358000000 FOR LOVERS OF FLOWERS A Scientific Little Arrangement for Keeping Growing Plant Sup plied with Moisture An effective but simple apparatus for keeping growing plants supplied with moisture may be easily contrived This Is particularly useful In cases where ow log to tho absence of their owner or others plants have for days perhaps weeks to be left without personal at tention Nearly nil a large bowl with water and place It upon a small table At tbe Volt WATEUINO PLANT 1DEVICE table the plants to be sup water should be grouped u shows For each plant take worsted at one end of which tie a small stone or anything that will act as a weight Soak the worsted s moment In the water and then leaving at the bottom of the bowl the end to which the weight Is attached let the other end of the length of worsted hang down over the bowls edge Particularly however take care that the end of the worsted hanging otfalde comes low r than the bottom of the bowl Doing this you have In reality con structed a syphon and as long as there Is water In the bawl It will by traveling first up the length of worsted that Is Inv aide the Ixjwl see dotted lines and then down the hanging portion outside belowi of waterJlengths of worsted draining from It the longer the supply of water will last Cutell Saturday Journal FALL PLOWING 4Opinion That It Tends to Rob the of Its lFertllityThe fall breahlng question must bo etltled by every farmer to suit his own laydownbreaking tend to rob the land of much cf Its fertility saya the Farmer Voice The Kolhamstead and other experiments have proved conclusively that the bare aoll loses a great deal of ottbroken land that Is even sparsely coveted with any green crop loses an Inv tppredable amount Thla loss Is not so rosily detected on our rich prairie toils nor Is It so great where the land la hard frozen for long periods but tht question Is can we afford to lose any of that element of fertility that- coals us 16 cents per pound to restore II we thought that wo must break cur lands very deeply we would be- very much Inclined to do the work In tbe fall early enough to permit of a n ding of wheat or rye We would do tits deep breaking preferably In the fall so aa to allow tho frosts to help establish tbe connection between the upper and the subsoil as regards water supply and would sow the grain to pre serve the nitrogen In the soil and would harrow or disk It under In spring Aa we come better to understand the problems connected with agriculture we find that we have In the past done many things that were entirely un necessary to the making of a good crop Some of the but farmers who now com after corn on very rich lands have abandoned the practice of breaking aa the term Is understood to mean turning the soil with a plow end merely disk and harrow tbe sur face in the spring a few days before planting In private experiments we tobreaklnemold board plow A DISH DRAINER Series Which Is Simple of Construe tlon But a Great Convenience A dish drainer which will hold all the dishes Is of great convenience Such a one Is shown In the accompanying drawing It Is made of a frame of boards the size of the sink on the under side of which Is tacked firmly fine wire netting The drainer may bo placed upon the sink and tho dishes placed bottom side up upon tho netting after they have been rinsed In hot wa ter In this way they will dry quickly iand you will not bo obliged to wipe UUcm farm and Home FEEDING THE BEES The Precautions Which Must Bi Taken In the Fall to Secure Strong Colonies When an apiarist ands In the fall that his colonies have a scarcity ol stores be must feed bountifully In the spring It be finds short stores be must feed also with sugar sirup Even a colony which has enough honey to tide It over till honey flow Is stimulated by a treat now and then of the warm sirup writes Ellen Hralnerd4n the New Eng land Homestead IJefore It Is possible for the bees to gather pollen it Is well to place wine rye flour where they can get it It employs them and In a mess ure takes tho place of pollen In pro paring rood for tho bees ass whit granulated sugar or coffee A sugar and If possible It Is best to mix with honey and water Equal proportions of water and sugar Just brought to a boll makes a sirup of good consistency but many aplailsti prefer the sugar thoroughly dissolved anyInferiorlasses In feeding the bees It would tit especially unwise In the tail when tbe bees were storing up for the winter as such ford would produce diarrhea There are a number of methods of feeding heel and many contrivances have been Invented to facilitate feeding and also to upply the sirup In such way as not m attract nor feed robber bees A good and Inexpensive feeder Is the little simplicity trough feeder Anyone who is mechanical can easily make a trough feeder Fill the trough which Is merely hollowed out oblong pieces of wood with lengthwise partition on IpItbtrances at nightfall or else set the trough over the frames It this latter method Is adopted the super mutt be placed on the hive to male a rpace for the trough Another simple way of ftedng to to fill small brown paprr bags with sirup making pinpricks In the bottom of the theframessuper space It must be done in the dart as the empty super would chill the hive at night A cake of hard sugar candy placed on the top of the frames over the brood nest Is a good way of feeding but not so stimulating as the warm sirup If a colony Is found In the spring weak and short on stores an excellent way to build It up Is to give It one or two frames of brood and honey from a strong colony THE NARRAGANSETT BREED It Produces Larg Turkeys Second to None In Beauty or Rapidity of Development In a bulletin of the department of agriculture the following description of the Narragancttt turkey In published Coloring The turkeys of ibis arle ty fig 4 are nut In size to the bronze They are of black ground color each feather ending with a band of steel gray edged with black This Imparts a gray lib cast to the entire surface plumat T1IK NAUHAUANSETT TlJlKUY Mixed with this is the finish of metallic black and bronze luster They are beau tiful In form and feather and breed true to shape and color The female baa a lighter shade of gray in her markings tbaa the male tier entire color throughout Is of lighter jtbadtnc Site Tha standard weights of this variety are for males from 10 to 30 pounds according to age for females IS to 18 pound Some old males of both this and the bronze variety weigh over 40 pounds These weights are excerslv and of but little advantage In breeding medluniSUed males and females are more valuable for producing stock None of the several varieties of turkeys of this variety are fine In fgrm of breast and lady not so long in the leg as the Bronze and of a rather more contented nature The do not average to large In size as the Bronze but where grown they are highly valued Some declare that the Narrangansetts will reach market dice and condition In leu tlmo than the Bronze trukeys but the writer has not been able to ascertain the truth of this statement POULTRY PICKINGS Old plaster furnishes good lime ma teilal Late hatched pullets rarely lay UB tit spring When a chicken frequently picks self Itll lousy Coal oil applied to the roosts In small quantities will kill parasites Proportionately there la more money In a small flock than In a large one A hens profitable laying seems to be limited to the first two years of lifeStatisticians assert that more money Is spent In this country fur eggs than lour The farmer can produce a pound of chicken more cheaply than he ran pin duco a pound of beef pork or mutUn and It always brings a better price IfCIENOE AND MEDICINE The new anaesthesia of Geneva dentists Is abtalued by exposing the patient to blue light of 16 candlepower for three minutes Consciousness retained but all sense of pain is lost This country has more doctors pro portionately speaking than any coun try in Europe For every 100000 per sons England has 160 medical men Germany C8 Switzerland 42 and Rus sia One of Londons official analysts has called attention to the adulteration of washing soda with Glaubers salts which Is useless for cleansing purposes It la a disgrace he says that poor washerwomen should toll fruitlessly through the use of such materials wast lug money and time on such frauds without any remedy The work of forming new and scien tific languages for universal use goes merrily on and the newest candidate for EsperantoIIIno a of proposed to do away not only with genders persona and cases as was suggest ed by Leibnitz but Sao with the mooda and tenses A modern scientist has dUcoveredthat mental activity enhances physical beau ty thus controverting an old theory He says A handsome man or woman either who dos nothing but live well oraclflndulgontty grows flabby and all the fine lines of the features arq lost but the hard thinker has an admirable sculptor always at work keeping bit tine lines In repair and constantly going over his face to Improve the original de sign FLINGS AT MUSICIANS IA musician never knows how much his efforts are not appreciated until the next list complain to tbe janitor Wouldnt you like some music pro fessorNo thanks Im quitch appy as I amhostessMiss Thumper will now execute one of Wagners bent compositions Fogg sotto vocei hope It will dig raslly Hell What would you advise me to do with ray voice Nelloh I dont know You might have It tuned when the man comet round again Manager Have you a phenomenal range Prima Donna I am the only singer who will appear before any kind of seats from seventyfive cents to five dollars Shall I sing something Mr Van Uraam asked Miss Screech aa she swung around on the pianostool Perhaps you had better not replied the young man I readln a newspaper hat earpiercing waa no longer styl lib Hear those musicians playing My grandfathers Clock said Dora at the jrlndow Id like to know growled David how you can tell they are playing My Grandfathers Clock They keep such wretched time ex plained Dora- FACETIOUS HITS ABOUT WOMEN If a womau Is a lady she never men tune it A woman likes to have a man talk personalities to her If she li the per runIt takes two to start a happy mar riage but one can make an unhappy due A girl does not have to be the daughter of an editor to know all stout the associated press MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov It CATTLE Common 12 76 0 3 71 Heavy steers 6 M U 6 75 CALVES Extra 7 00 0 8 00 HOOB Ch packers 6 06 C 6 10 Mixed packers 4 M O 6 00 BHKEP Extra O 4 00 LAMUSExtra I 00 6 10 FLOUR Spring pat 6 85 tp 60 WHEAT No I red 1 17 1 19 No I winter e IllCORNNo Iiulxl II 67 OATS NO x mixed 82 KYE No 2 14 86- HAYCh timothy Oil 76 POHK Clear mess dpl2 66 LARD Steam 7 S7 UJl 7 60 BUTTER Ch dairy 6 16 Choice creamery 37- APPLESChoico 2 25 2 75 POTATOES Per bbl 1 60 1 65- TODACCO Now 6 25 12 25 Old 475 14 60 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 6 30 6 40 WIIKAT No 2 red 11G4 118 No3 spring 1 05 1 1- 6CORNNo2 mixed 68t OATS No 2 mixed 4d 31 RYE No 2 8- 1IOitlMeaa 11 10 UU IS- JuARD Steam 705 7 071 i New York FLOUR Win strts 1il6 6 60 WHEAT No 2 red m 1 23t CORN No 2 mixed 67 Hi OATSNo 2 mixed 36 37 POItKMess 12 75 U13 25- LARU Steam J 7 60 Baltimore WHEAT No a red 1 CORNNov 2 mixed ti 6- 7OATSNo 2 mixed lI 32 CATTLE Steers 8 75 O 4 25 HOQS Dressed 60 7 00 Louisville WIIKAT No rod 1 16 CORN No 2 mixed old67J OATS No 2 mixed i 34 LAIinStenm fJ 7 76 PORK Mess J11 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red is 17S CORN No 2 mixed 68 G 70 OATSNo 2 mixed 33 t0 35 Buggy Carriage Harness WEATHERand liD FINE invitsi you to drive proJltlook aa wells Ike rest ol your turnout or is It shabby and thus detract from the general appearance If to iherea an easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage lIar ness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable youdecideness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky Many eubioa foTFrom Croup every winter Mothers rotect dear little ones by keep Plracam1pbto tbe throat and cheat It cuts the phlegm draws out the leer and in flammation almost instantly It it safe and sure S E Welch Jrl Druggist d TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor health I am forced to close out my entire stock toquit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb atones and Monumenta which I willsell at greatly reduced prices nero is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Btrea Monumental Works 8 afcQUIRE Prop Berea Ky account action nc therefore Berea College 41 Foundect1861S PLACES TIlE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and tOO Students from 2B States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two yeara Course with agriculture for young mesh and Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccaluuro ate degrees Muilc Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christie Our instruction Is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also waILbrougM11 weeks Fall term opens September 14 The School ia endorsed by BaptuiUrCl iotiauntDlaciplesCongregalio k alUU Methodists Presbyterians aad good people of all denominations IreaIKFOBUITIOX AND TBUNDLT ADTIOJC ADDBC33 TBB BTCBETihl WILL GAMBLE Bcrci Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills Itdd4d Manufacturers Fancy Roller 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addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription to TBB CITUKH will j ceive a blank entitling thom to one hundred votes for each of their favorite candidate 0 mouths 50 votes for each 3 months 25 votes for each The young man and young woman in each of the eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by THE CITIZEN for two terms in Berea College which will save each one from 800 to 11400 in cash The only expense to which they will bo put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in B rea than al any other frat cfas3 school in Kentucky Berea College will be bigger and better than ever the coming year and if you or any of your friends are planning to attend school anyuherel it will pay r you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot below and mail to THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote for you Your chancels just aa good as anybodys START NOW I Cut this out fill in with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZENS BEREA KY Take Notice On of the recent the Kentucky Leg- Islature Berea College can receive colored students the coming year this offer is open only to white contestants Domestic education of 2425 C 4 Iei4 hard E th These eo I vote for Yr of postoffice countyMas tile moat popular young wan sari foi Miss f of i postoffico county u the moet popular young woman I THE CITIZEN JrBerea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 11H H H l Hr Ho + H Marshal Tntiini is able to come uptown again Miss Xoiirso returned froiiiCincin anti Monday Mason Dunn has moved into tin l Daltou house Miss Kirkhof of McKce is stop ping at Mrs Dinsnioros Miss Addio Fish is spending tins weok at the Worlds Fair The Thanksgiving turkey is scare in this section of the country W II Porter was n puisrillo vis itor for several days this week A good game of football next Saturday nftornoon with Georgetown- Mr nut Mrs Fowler visited thou daughter Allie tho latter part of Jas weekllillard GritlHh has relined the Stephen house nt tho eudof Cantor street IL C Woolf purchased his Christ maR goods in Louisville Monday and TuesdayMr Mrs P M Reynolds are visiting old friends on Depot street and elsewhereV of Winchester stopped off Tuesday on his return trip from Finer Hie Rabbit and bird shooting season i on Bud White brought in a strin of over thirty quail Mrs C I Ogg and daughter Doppie visited relatives at Wildio Saturday and Sunday Louis Lester and wife will occupy for the winter tho rooms over the Kolsays in the Lester house Mrs Russell sister of Wm Robe is to live in tho upper part of the house occupied by T H Horton Mrs Ryan Markley of Foster Ky is visiting her mother Mrs McCol luin and sister Mrs Lou Hanson Mrs Jennie GoldenCoyle came home Tuesday on account of the serious condition of her sister Mrs PratherMisses Sophia Hodges and Sarah Jerman camo Friday evening Miss Jorman returned Monday to her school near Richmond Mr Louis Land and Miss Ellen Gay wore married Nov 10nt the residence of James Gay the home of tho bride by Bet M K Pasco Postmaster Samuel Hanson visited Mr Edwin Feo iu Clarksburg Ind Saturday Sunday he intended to spend with Mrs Fay Champaign Ill Dr Goss who preaches tho Thanks giving Sermon this year is ono of tho foremost preachers of the coun trya man with a big heart and a tongue of fire He will do us good Mrs WH Porter Tuesday night entertained tho Baptist Musical Club This organization has been in force since summer Meetings aro held nt tho homes of the various membersA Short of Jackson Breathitt county has moved into the Brana man property on Center street the past week lie will enter five chil dren in school He has purchased tho Bolin farm Tho Thanksgiving Praise Service following tho sermon is something wonderful in Berea old and young citizens and students take part The Praise Meeting alone is worthcoming ten mjjes to attend The First Cabin on Berea Ridge Editor of TilE CITIZEN I saw by your paper of sometime ago the state Mont that the first cabin on the ridge was built by Wm Wright It was in thofiftie that thou Wright cabin was built The first cabin was Vra j structed in 1840and I withIn mothers family moved into it In 1817 additions were built to it 4Theorchard otfthis property known 1 gas tho Fletcher place was set out in the spring of D FLETCHER I Colchester Ill t A TOWNSMAN BENEFITED An Interesting Account of 0 D Holll days Trip to Hot Springs Dear Citizen I have just returned from Hot Springs Arkansas where I have as J have every reason to think been cured of n very severe attack of muscular rheumatism For this reason I feel disposed to lot all who rend TUB CITIZEN know something these wonderful waters and their relative powers in tho treatment of disease Tho people who visit Hot Springs are of the highest and lowest Tho most humble beggar us well ns tho wealthy aristocrat woks tho healing properties of the Springs Then there aro many who visit tho place for recreation and amusement only The business man especially likes t scud his vacation there Tin Springs are situated iu the breaks of tho Ozark mountains nnd are nb solutoly owned nnd controlled by the United States Government Tin seven weeks treatment I took has t say the least greatly benefited me During the treatment I received 85 tub baths 22 pack baths 34 vapor baths to 4 minutes Medicini prescribed for me was by Dr A D Shaw Besides the above I also hat 11 massageelectrical treatments All cost mo as follows Railroad fare from Lexington and returt18I room rent 10 board 380 baths 0 bath attendant q0 medicine 7 suchtlaundry nnd jwrsonal expenses 12 Other people could possibly cut this oxrxmaa down a littlo but not much G D HOLLIDAY Berea Ky Gold Medal Flour cures all bread troubles at Welchs Lost A small plain gold ring with initials E L II inside Return to CM Ogg photographer and receive reward IBreakfnst without an Obelisk ills withga For Sale Nice clover hay loose House cured Delivered in Berea for 50c a hundred when not less than ton is purchasedAlso bales of nice timothy hay about i clover For further particulars address S C TUDOR Berea K- y1JttlttEItHMMIH Im College Items HERE AND THERE Wilson and Boyd Baker of Cut shin Leslie county camo Tuesday to enter school Miss Eloise Partridge is spending the year in Lynn Mass as pastors assistant in a Congregationalchurch Mr nnd Mrs W C Gamble and Rev and Mrs Thomson spout tho first part of tho week in Estill county The Farm Department are soon to bo uniformed in kahki The Woodwork will wear the same suits as lest year State College Secretary Dameron is visiting tho local society iu the in terests of tho Students Conference to be hold soon at Danville The Model Schools give their reg ular fall entertainment at the Taber nacle noxt Tuesday night Nov 22 All patrons of tho school und those interested in schools are invited to be present Exercises will begin promptly nt 7 oclock Following are those who will leave Friday noon for Lexington to attend tho Y WCA convention for Tennes see and Kentucky Vises Robinson Douglas E L Lewis Etta Lewis loughSchumaker The Dying Year How Inexpressibly sad and solemn to witness the dying of the year The flowers fade the leaves fall to earth and the erstwhile festive mos qulto throws couple of fits turns up his toes and is no more Nature sleeps utter Its supreme ef tort the sod eyed kino stand around 9and chew their cud ns Industriously as though It were time rag and mourn over their lost pastures while their conscience twitches IIH they watch the nillkuiau work away at the pump to make up the shortage But that Is not the saddest part by half Just around thd corner up some dark and lufrcqucntcd alley the coal man lurks to take what Is left of your summer savings the wind whistle mournfully down the pike in ragtime strains and you feel iu your lower left vest pocket to see If the pawn ticket for your overcoat Is Htlll there Oil top of all this Christmas In coming and every last nephew niece and forty second cousin will expect an expen she present In exchange for n 3 cent necktie or a cheery Christmas card Truly It Is to weep Seasonable When the frost li OK the pumpkin And the fodder1 In tho shock Wo oan doset throughout the moriilnir All unmindful of the clock And may dream of pleasure coming In the good time by and by Whtn the froitlnkri on the cup cake And the pumpkin In the pie HOLLY DECORATIONS How to Trim the llonir With Oren for ClirUtmnt These are the most time honoml and time mot handsome of all Christ mas decorations says time Chicago Tribune The doorway lute the din fug room may be tninsformed with along rope of evergreens ind some holly berries The rope may be draped about the door and perhaps curie over the framework of n window and brought down to the edge of a nmntel piece The other end will perhaps be looped back and brought over a brass sconce then fastened with a bunch ot holly tied with a streaming scarlet rib bout Front another doorway also draped with hemlock rope suspend n Christ mas bell of itchy with mistletoe for a clapper which will involve many en tertaining complications during tho festal day A coarse Hsh net tacked along tho side of a stairway and stuck with branches of holly and laurel bnuichcx of laurel and cellar becomes charming Wreaths of laurel and holly tied with scarlet ribbons are beautiful in the windows ono on the trout door just be low the knocker when there Ls a knocker Is delightful A row of little pine trees breast high along each stile of n wide wall Is one womans effective Christmas treatment of her house- Anywhere and everywhere belong the rope of licmluck and holly bunches which are as appropriate to a by 4 that us to a twenty roomed mansion A Nuremburg Christmas tree is a distinct beauty on u Christmas draw ing room or at a childrens Christmas table It is made of stilT green wire covered with green and tonnes lu wooden pot and measures three feet orI less It is a blaze of cheerful glory when lighted and can be folded anti packed away and rise again for many successive ChrUtmitses How to rake Imitation Snow Decorate your Christmas tree with imitation snow It looks beautiful It is best done out of doors or in a cold room Fasten the tree to stand and done In a room spread paper ItI around the treo to ovoid muss Now boll half a gallon of water dissolve therein four or live pounds of alum Sprinkle the hot liquid with a sprinkling cut or otherwise finely all over the tree Walt awhile heat the liquid again and sprinkle once more While the needles are still wet with alum water sift Hour or starch or chalk over the whole The tree needles will thou look us If burdened with snow row Yule Dolllri Are Made These are old Christmas sweets for children Cream together one halt cup of butter one cup of sugar add gradually two well beaten eggs ono table spoonful of rich cream or milk one teaspoonful of vanilla and thm cups vof flour with which has been sifted two tcftspoonfuls of baking powder Stand for an hour In a very cold place Have ready a tin cutter In the shape of a doll about live tames long Take a portion of the dough out on the board at one time roll out onehalf Inch thick and cut into dolls Brush each over with milk and dredge light ly with powdered sugar Use cur runts for eyes and bake In greased pans in n moderate oven When cold decorate the skirt of each doll with rullles of frosting Wrap separately in sheets of waxed paper In pack fug phut the doll In a long shallow box puck Hrmly with tissue paper and before closing the box add a sprig of holly tying the box with rem ribbon How to Mnkr Ynlr Cakes Hub to a light white cream two cups and a half of butter and three cups of sugar Add ten eggs two at a time beating live minutes between each ad dition Sift four cups of Hour three times over with a teaspoonful of bak ing powder mad add to the sugar but ter and eggs When well mixed ndd four cupfuls of currants washed and dried half u cup of shredded citron a teaspoonful each of nutmeg and cloves and a gill of brandy Mix and pour In to a paper lined tin also well protect ed with paper outside and bake two and a half hours In a moderate oven now to uncut a Duck Perhaps you are to have roast duck for Christmas Instead of the regulation turkey dinner In that case omit sago from the filling if you are wise using simply a forcemeat of breadcrumbs seasoned with salt pepper onion Juice nnd winced parsley Fill the bird after rinsing and wiping It well inside and out Do not moisten the filling and pack it rather closely Dredge the bird with suited Hour pour a cupful of boiling water over it and roast In a fairly brisk oven allowing about tit teen minutes to the pound Baste with the gravy and when nearly done with butter Then dredge some flour over the duck and put it in to brown Serve with currant Jelly If you will How to Serve tlrapefrolt Ono of tho popular fruits for the Christmas holidays as well as for al most any other occasion In the grape fruit It possible get oue that U grown In Florida sew that the skin is smooth and the fruit heavy anti solid and also that the size Is large Cut It in half scoop out a good part of the juice and up the vacancy with champagne It you It or If not use sherry brandy fruit salads brandled cherries or cordial and thero Is something that will revive time spirits of anybody not an tile verge of the grave low to Make n Holiday Dciiert flub Cut orange peels Into six then pare lawn toward stem end so as to form petals like u Illy Then spread out tho orange sections and place on a dish filled with uut bauanai and grapes No 377 MrtKKrnni Whole I am to preserve ltnug my head and I become successively to bathe to be delirious to undulate possess a den bestowed time middle part of a church to lay with stone brick No 3TH Illuitratrd 1rovrrlic No 370 DliKuUed Celrlirltle Still existing and fourteen Hnmds A missionary and explorer J A large bout tumid on artificer An ventor 8 To agitate and something to wound A great poet Nu 3MOCharadr Of what U divided my riair U a part My msr the cook use In everyday art That my WHOLE la fragmentary take not to heart No iSl Double Acrollc- Primula mind dials name u holiday and where we like to spend It Crosswords A strong taste 2 A particular time 3 Inclosed space 4 MKJday 6 Benevolent A person as a distinct Individual 7 halt of a compound word meaning a day of fes tivity S Inactive Disappear 10 To Invest 11 At hand III Obtains No ashntnncr Pnule Some of the things at a Thunkiglr Ing dinner were A country In Aslu 2 Food for the spinning wheel 3 How the gout got square with time girl 4 lart of a house stud a letter S Part of the body C Material of which a satellite Is said to be made 7 Jew els 8 Just escaped being Dirts Impertinence 10 A perfect crush 11 Effect or consequence 12 One of the earliest overthrows of the United States 13 Indebted to pasture 14A berry No as9Hlinlr Hbrnei ThU is a word that rhymes with head Is tt rood to at No It la not la It used for sewing No It la not la It without llfeT No It la not la It already perused No It U not la It a kind of hut No tt la not a la It widely diffused No It la not la It a boya nickname No U la not la It flown away No It If not la It very heavy No It la not la It a place of repose No It la not la It bright color No It la not la It united or married Yea It la No 3H4niaraond A tided of tea 2 Not dry 3 Weak In Intellect 4 Pieces of armor for defense 6 An optical instrument fur viewing distant objects G To dome before 7 A tempest 8 To mimic A third of tutu No 3H3 Subtraction Subtract ono from destruction and have to how- Subtract live from to warrant and have an exclamation Rapid Irovreaa How do you like school f asked a father of his little daughter utter her first day I like It awfully was the reply And what did you learn today In quired time Interested parent Oh a lot said the child Ive learned the named of all the boys New York Herald IC r to the Panler No 309 Geographical Acrostic Urn zll 1 licngal 2 Itlgi 8 Amoy 4 Zuyder Zoo 5 Ilkley 0 Lyons No 870 Charade Screw tin eyes Scrutinize No 371 Numerical Knlguin Came ice Erie rice ire arm era mice me mica America No 872 Beheadincnts Bramble ramble amble Abridge bridge ridge Slumber lumber umber No 873 Syncopations Itound Cheat Doter Itango lu1nt No 374A Kind of Wheel Spin 375 Connected Squares I II 111111 ALTAI BRINY LAKOK- AIWXD TRAIL NIdxR III A0ILa- HYDRA a ATXIIKLKT BEll ATK- AR t011T TACILIAE IIETAII No 873 To rinlnutloiiH Luxuriate Therefore Patten Emanate Brighten Lighten CHRISTMAS REMNANTS How to Hrrv Portion of Turkey left liver From the Kraut After your OhrlnlnmN dinner you will probably tlnil that you luivo u giMMlly imrtlon of turkey left Thin lots hap pened it great many times before nail deovised for preparing these left over nutemenu the law white slices of the emrtm simply arranged on u platter uiul eaten as It Is A salad or the white meat of turkey Is us good us If not butter titan chicken salad says the Ituffalo Tillies Take one cup of turkey meat rather coarnely chopped one cup of celery also rather coarsely chopped and the whites of three hnnl boiled eggs also chopped Put time yolks of the hurl boiled eggs lute u bowl mid imiHli ami then pour over tliem throu tahlespooHfuls of molted butter or pure olive oil Into this one of mustard with n dash of red pepper then thin with half u cup of Rood vlncKar Another wry to use till white meat of turkey Is to chop It tine then put n HpootiTuI of cranberry sauce Hint has been runt through ku colander III the bottom of a mold or miml bowl on this n layer of chopped turkey then n layer of cranberry and mi on till the mold Is full Press Imam and putt In n cold place till ready for use then turn out on n platter Turkey croquettes are also excellent Take rote cup of turkey incut chopped tine one cup of breadcrumbs outs ttpoonfu of butter and two of cream Ncnson with salt and ppcr mold Into little fancy shaped cokes nml fry Turkey patties are made exactly as are chicken patties To one cup of turkey take one cup of turkey gravy or ono cup of water made rich by a generous lump of butter season and thicken with u little Hour pour into pastry shells iind bake In a ijulck oven blow to Ilrniuvr SpoU From Lmtbrr Oxalle acid In weak solution Is the best thing to use when removing spots from leather Two or tlirw crystnls of oxalic held dissolved In witrin wa ter then applied with a lilt of cloth to the sjHits will do the work Hut one must watch closely and as SO HI as tll- 8110t dl apKH rs apply water to overcome the held which Is n powerful bleacher Afterward dry the leathrr with a clown cloth This procttw ap plies as well to Ink spots thAt some times dlstlKtire the leather cov rs of looks For a tall tiitortil she Mklii cover a saturated solution may be used For any bright colored leather the solution must U much weaker lion to Make Virginia riant Puildlu Time following Is a good recljHt for Old Virginia plum pudding Ton eggs thrf Uiinrtera of a pound of beef suet one and u ijuurter pounds of raisins one pound of dried currants or cher ries ono pint of milk one ouiid of flour and a quarter of a pound of citron cut In thrum slices Mix the lour and suet together and rub the fruit slat In a little Hour liens time eggs very light leaving out the whites of tIt and add all time Ingredients together If thicker thai cup cake butter add a lit tle more milk They add a teanpoonful of ground ginger one of powdered cin namon otto of powdered cloves two nutmegs the grated rind of a lemon Otto wlueglassful of wine one of bran dy a little powdered mace and oUt plat of breadcrumbs Scald your pod ding bag thoroughly rub well Inside with Hour leave plenty of room Inside fur the pudding to swell stop time opening with dough Let time water bo boiling mud bull steadily for tour hours When ready to servo our brandy over the whole and send to the table ablaze blow to fake Cranberry Jelly Wash a quart of eranlierrlcx drain them and put them Into a double boiler whllo they tare still wet Cover closely and cook until the berries are broken to pieces Turn Into n jelly bag and as soon an the fruit Is cool enough to be touched wiucczo tram to extract all time juice To a pint of this juice add two cups of granulated sugar Ikturn to time lire hull up just once thou pour limbo a mold wet with cold water how to MnUr Miner Meat Without Meat Boll six lemons until tender enough to pierce with a straw Drain and weigh them take an wiual weight each of pared mud cored apples seeded and chopped raisins cleaned currants and finely ohredded beef suet onehalf their weighs etch In candled orange peel and citron and onemwrter their weight In MUgun Cut open the lemons mud remove the needs then chop together as line possible add to this Onto small nutmeg gritted one tea Npoonful Halt ono scant teaspoonful each of mncc and ginger onequarter tcaspoonfu cloves and three ounces crumbled stale macaroons Add suit llclent eider to moisten and pack away In glass jars plow to lake Candled Ilneniiplr 1eel the pineapple take out the eyes and slice thin Weigh aril boll until clear In a nlrtip made of half the weight of the fruit In granulated sag ar stud just enough water to moisten this slightly The juice from the fruit will supply nay liquid that might be lacking When clear remove with n fork and lay on platters set In time sun to dry How to heft Water Orrr n Lamp Icoplo who are boarding and do not have access to the kitchen when do tiring u pint or more of hot water can tuslly hoot tho water over n lump Tako time cover or top of a tin eau mane several Blushes In the center and pluve on time tOil of time chimney Water or milk lu a tin cup or earthen mug nrlll soon heat when placed on tWJ n Coal i At btu near depotJ2J4C to Delivered for I 3Mc to 14c Phono 8- 5Chase L Hanson 1r Having purchased tho corn plete retail stock of New Furniturefr- om S E Welch jon will hereafter find tho BEREA FURNITURE y STORE with n complete lino of both iiflw mid second hand fumi turo at surprisingly low prices Call nnd examine To Ira convinced of the above in Limo price of admission Phono Utt R H Chrisman Opposite Wolnha Boron Ky Good Farm For Sale QuiicrvH good fencing everlast lug water IIIl1trilllIlII for u good barn IDxtJO Itt other outbuilding gowlj ij sere in OUII orchurtl nil kinds of fruits 0acres randy for Writ nitxt ywir maindor of fiirin in yniHM on a pxxl turnpiko miloIfrom Kingston If you want u homo in till llliio buss vail on or nddroKM Z M Boon 121 Kingston FOR SALE 18 BUILDING LOTS in Berea belonging to time John 01tfIfIllt6Special inducements to purchaser of Bereslay FIAt tho AUtistic Field 4 THANKSGIVING DAY College vs Academy Cornerpent of newfence will ho sot BAND COUPS will lo Admission thoroIUnl IliU out and pat It under jiiur plat- oast Thursday THE WELLDRESSED WOMAN wears a Suit Jacket or Cloak from tho PRINCE TAILORING CO Orders taken null full hills of samples by MRS A P SETTLE JR Depot street Berea Ky I DlaastorouB Wrecks CnrolwwntiHn In toneibo for many 9 lit railway wreck and the gamut causes are human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since tho advent of Dr King Discovery for Consumption Coughaland Colds the worst cases can bo cured and hopeless renlgnntion is no longer necessary Mra Louis Crigg of Dorchester Mas8is ono of many whoso life was saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy Is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by East End Drug Co Druggist Price fiOo and 1100 Trial bottlo free Subscribefor i Citizen How to Slnll Christmas Omits In mailing Christina gifts lave the package weighed by BOIIIO respoiulbln 1 IKTHOII pence this exact amount of post ago needed upon tie parcel and In nine hundred and ninetynine cases out t of n possible thousand your s will reach Its destination safely mouthp promptly In addressing thus packugo t write the nninv of mho person who U to receive It In Ink np lllng both till city t and stale and do not abbreviate 1lnco your iianiu In small writing In either the upper or lower left hand corner tI V tl rJAPANS GREAT lOSS Gen KuroklWna Killed in Hattie nt Liao Yang A Splinter of a Shell Struck the Com mander Tearing Out a Portlon of Hie Drett and Abdomenila- J Successor Appointed Moscow Nov 14 Kcmlrorleh Dan chrnke a Russian war correspondent telegraphing from Mukden under Sun days date tayi the reports of tho death of Cell Kurokl arc confirmed According to his version a splinter of aboll struck Oon KuroUI tearing out a portion of his breast and abdomen lie died on October 4 at Ilao Yang and his body was sent to Japan A rumor in persistently circulated that 1aVloiman of tho mikado Slaosandl literally Little Third Prince haa- hlln appointed to succeed Oen Kuro M but the actual command of the army hai ben entrusted to Hen Nod xii who Is reviewing operations London soy IIJapan unofficial ly has mado representations to Ilus ala looking to peace This action has resulted In failure and such represen tations oven privately sro not likely to bo repeated by Japan Washington Nor 11 Emphatically but with all courtesy Russia through hr ambassador abroad lea several timed Informed the neutral powers that ahe will brook no mediation at cbll time In her war with Japan It 4ln bo announced that Kussla expects l her wishes will be respected by alt the powers to which aba has comtnualcal rd her view Count Casslnl mho Russian ambas sador said Thursday right to a press I corrrspondent 1 can nnnounco that 1 have very I Rood reason to believe that my gov- l vrnmcnts emphatic opposition to any mediation at this limo will bo respect ed and observed by all neutral pow ers Of the suggestion madoln Great Bri tain that tho United States take the lead in a move for Intervention tho ambassador hesitated to repeat what he has announced ao many times that ht pas positive assurance that this government while at all times ready to offer its services has not tho slight net Intention to take a stop toward belremJhr adhered to 4 Ottenllver on on I the left bank of tho Hun rlrvr and three villages The Rus however attacked drove them filane again established their origi of defense Vice Adm Bkrydloff arrived hero ThursdayOen Headquarters Nov 10 via Pusan Nor 111 spirited Rus J tan attack on an advance poet last Tuesday night was repulsed after half hour of musketry lire Tho scouting of positions Is progressing Tho birth day of King Edward was celebrated by tho military attaches Thursday The camp was en fete through tho ho pltality of Oen Oku Trines Nn hlmoto Fold Marshal Orama and tho correspondents participated In tho eel ebration which was succeeded by dances and wrestling matches Col Tulloch received tho congratulations In behalf of the Ilrlt lab CRITICISED WIFES ACTION Woman Commits Suicide and Husband Dangerously Wound Himself Now York Nov 11 Because her husband had reproved her Mrs Kath arine Orecn is dead at her own hands In Brooklyn whllo her husband Is dan Kcrou ly wounded In a hospital having shot himself when ho saw the result of bis words with his wife George been had criticised his wlfo for going out walking with another man and without saying n word she shot herself through tho heart Overcome with horror tho husband picked up the name revolver and shot himself The tragedy was not discovered until late Thursday when Groans employer sent to Inquire why ho had not coma to work THE AMERICAN MUST SUFFER Right of Commutation From Capital Punishment Denied Mexico City Nov llThe legisla ture of tho state of Oaxaka has ap proved the report of the commission of justice denying the right of commu tatlon from capital punishment to John Madden an American who killed Dr RIchard D King while tho latter was alighting from u train at Oaxaka The killing excited indignation In the Englishspeaking colony of Oaxaka To Pass Through Quickly Port Said Nor H Tho vessels of the Rtiulan second Pacific squadron will only be allowed to take on board sufficient coal and provisions to roach the next port Arrangements are be- Ing mad to pall them through mho Sues canal as quickly as possible Cruiser Struck on a Rock Toklo Nov Nit Is reported that the armored cruiser Oromobol ntrucl a rock And was severely damaged at Vladivostok It Is understood that the accident happened during a trial c tha Groigoboi STRUCK ON A ROCK Schooner Wrecked and It le Feared the Crew Was Lost Woods Hole Mass Nov HTho twomastod schooner Earcularlu Capt Nason of Rockland Mo went ashore In tho severe northwest gale shortly before dark Sunday night about threequarters of a mile west of Tarpaulin Cove on the Islan latNaushan At sunset the seas were breaking aver the craft masthead high No trace ot the crew has been found and fears are entertained for their safety The vessel is In a particularly expos ad condition and the chances of her being saved aro slight Keeper Carson of tho Tarpaulin Cove Lighthouhe and a man named Robinson saw the schooner when she truck It was just before dark and a terrific gale was blowing The schooner was coming through Vine yard sound from the eastward and was proceeding under her foresail tho gale being too fierce to permit more canvass being carried The schooner tacked and tried to work into the covo for anchorage but the wind boro her off and as oho was swung away the struck with n crash upon a ledgo of rock no moro than 100 yards from tha lighthouse Carson and Robinson were unable to render any asslstanco 10 the men on board ot the schooner The crew numbered four men and all wero plainly seen when the vessel truck but darkness set In almost Im mediately and nothing more was seen of the men or the vessel Keeper Carson hod no boat that could bo launched and besides the seas were BO high that nothing but a surfboat could possibly escape almost Instant destruction No lights woro shown from tho schooner after she struck and no answer was given to tho fruquent ballings of Carson and Robinson According to Keeper Car son It would mean certain death for Iho III fated men on board the vessel to attempt to reach the shore In a small boat At 9 oclock Sunday night It was feared that alt on board had perished The seas were breaking over tho craft end It was not believed that she would hold together until daylight She strut k In a particularly exposed ponl tlon and no vessel could be expected to stand the terrible pounding on the roeks to which she was sub jectedAnother Rockland schooner tho Nautilus flying before the gale an chored In a perilous position near the new Dog liar breakwater Gloucester harbor and will be a wreck It Is be loved before morning Her crow was saved through the efforts of the lute saving crews from the Dolllvers light station The schooner basic Parkor anchored at Vineyard Haven parted her anchor chains and drifted ashore but she can be floated it Is thought when the storm has subsided MHEAVY WET SNOW For Hours Washington Was Cut Off From Outelde Communication Washington Nov HAs the result of n snow storm which set In hero shortly before 11 oclock Sunday morn ing Washington Sunday night for sev oral hours was completely cut off from telegraphic and telephonic communi cation with tho outside world Later a wire was obtained west but nono north south or cast Roth the Wet ern Union and tho Postal Telegraph Cos report severe damage to their wires and their Inability to get any messages through Inquiry at tho rail way stations developed tho tact that trains were departing on schedule time but that Incoming trains were three or moro hours late The snowfall of Sunday was the first of the season several inches cov ering the ground It started with a drizzling rain which later turned into n heavy wet snow Tho local tele phone service was seriously hampered In its service TWO STORMS MEET One From Florida and the Other From the Great Lakes Baltimore Nov 14llls apparent from tho meager and fragmentary re ports obtainable by the local weather bureau that the two storms one from Florida tho other from tho great lakes soultOfjWAshington sleet continued until a Into hour Sun day night causing an almost complete prostration of the telegraph and tclo phone wires south of Baltimore Tho Western Union Co officials manage to pick out a few wires to Philadel phla and New York but to the northward and southward there has been no communication since 4 oclock Sun day afternoon Two Duck Hunters Drowned ONeill Neb Nov 14 William Dal tour and Iver Johnson both of Omaha wore drowned In Goose Lake while hunting ducks Tho men were In a boat which was too heavily loaded and when It dipped slightly the mess were thrown Into the water No Call To Be Made Washington Nov HIn view of the published statement that Secre tary of tho Treasury Shaw would make a call on government deposito ries for a loan of 20000000 it can bo positively stated that no such call Is contemplated Mayors Residence Dynamited Virginia Minn Nov 14A terri ble dynamite explosion occurred In the rear of the residence of Mayor Faye early Sunday and the handsome FortuuI ORDNANCE BUREAU The Annual Report of Rr Adm Newton E Mason Smokeless Powder Received Consid erable AHentlon By the Bureau In the Last Year Output of Fac i tortes Are Inadequate Washington Nov 14Lack of offi corfor ordnance duty and tho over taxing of tho naval gun factory at Washington continuo to be the two most serious problems facing the bu reau of ordnance according to tho annual report of Rr Adm Newton K Mason chief of ordnnnco just approved by Secretary Morton The report says a plan for reorganization of tIm- ework of tho bureau will bo submitted later with a view to Increasing tho supply of ordnance experts Of tbo rush of work at tho naval gun factory Adm Mason says Tho naval gun factory has been running night and day at full capacity and although good progress has been made the congested condition of all work there gives assurance that Its capacity Is being overtaxed and muni unless this capacity is materially In creased eventually result In failure to supply the ordnance outfits of ships In time to meet tho demands of tbo con tractors Of the 02 12 Inch guns required the 20 for the Virginia class have been completed six of the 45 caliber guns are being machined and the forgings for 22 of tho remaining have been or dared and are being delivered Nine 10 Inch guns nro under construction Of the 128 8Inch guns required 21 40 caliber guns for the Pennsylvania class of armored cruisers Are nearly completed The naval gun factory will mako 16 of the 88 7 inch guns re quired the others having been con tracted for by private companies Of the 250 6 inch BOcallber guns requir ed those for the Pennsylvania claw of armored cruisers have been com pleted and 144 guns required for tho battleships of tho Virginia class and the armored cruisers of the Tennessee and St Louis classes are being manu facturedFor armament of all vesacli building 488 3 Inch 50callber guns aro required Ono hundred and twenty five of these have been provided for and further orders have been suspendS ed pending the development of an effi cleat semiautomatic gun of this call tar A vast amount of work has also been done by time gun factory In alter ations and repairs to ordnance mate rial Estimates for the Improvement of the gun factory and Increase of the plant are renewed Smokeless powder has received con siderable attention by the bureau In the last year Tho report says the normal output of private powder fac tortes and of tho government factories at Indian Head and Newport Is not greater than Is required to meet tho demands of tho service target prac lice and fill tho outfits of the newly commissioned ships A FIERCE HURRICANE New York City Entirely Cut Off From the South and West New York Nov 14Neer York was entirely cut off from the south and west Sunday night by a fierce hurrl cano accompanied by rain and snow which Is sweeping tho Atlantic coast Starting from Florida Sunoay night the storm of wind and rain has como up the coast nt almost cyclonic speed Early Sunday morning It WAS central off Cape Hattcra although Its ever gathering force was felt far to tho northwardRain falling in Now York at G a m and early In the morning changed to n wet snow The wind which had been blowing moderately veered to tho southeast and shortly assumed hurricane proportions At C oclock Sunday night the local weather bureau noted a velocity of 42 miles an hour which Increased to 48 mires at 830 oclock That speed kept up for several hours At 10 oclock the storm center was at Block Island where tho barometer showed n pres sure of 2662 itches with the wind blowing 76 miles an hour At Nantucket the barometer was a trifle higher and the wind 64 miles Wire service out of New York was tied up more effectually Sunday night than at any other tlmo since the bliz zard ot S8 The Western Union and Postal Telegraph Cos have no direct communication with cities further south than BjiUlmore and all western points are cut off The Postal has been cabling some of Its most urgent messages to CAnso N S from which point they are wired to Montreal and thence forwarded to Chicago over Canadian Pacific wires Hurt In An Explosion Knoxvllle Tenn Nov t4A fire accompanied by a terrific dynamite or powder explosion occurred on the cast side of Gay street causing a loss ot about 250000 Nino firemen wero more or loss injured Big Price For Furniture London Nov 14M VlelPlcart the largest manufacturer of absinthe in Franco has bought front the Duo do Luynes six arm chairs and a sofa for the sum of 1150000 Time historic priceiel8gems Passenger Train Wrecked St Lout Nov 1A northbound passengor train on tho Wabash road was wrecked Sunday north of 8t Louis by spreading rails Injuring a num her of passengers some seriously None was killed Interesting Kentucky Items FIREMEN RELEASED THEM J Imprisoned Were Three Pastors By the Locking oL Door Louisville Ky Nov 12Three prominent Baptist ministers Dr John N Prcstrldgc editor of the Baptist Argus Dr J II Eager of Baltimore and Dr George B Eager of the South ern Baptist theological seminary were made prisoners In the Baptist Argus office Friday evening by the locking of a door and the fire department had to Lend a hook and ladder company to take them from a second atory win dow In order that Dr J IL Eager might catch a train for Baltimore There was no time to lose BO the gallant firemen pulled the preachers aboard the truck as they came down the ladder and with tho bell clanging drove them to the Seventh street de pot where Dr Eager managed to catch the last car of the Baltimore Ie Olds train which had Just started i DELEGATES APPOINTED The Tennessee River Improvement Association Convention Frankfort Ky Nov 12 Following Is a list of delegates appointed by tho governor to represent tho common wealth of Kentucky at the eighth an nual convention of the Tennessee River Improvement association to ho hold at Decatur Ala November 22 next S A Fowler Frank A Drown II A Fetter J H Asbcraft D A Yelsor W J Hills E R Dutt James F Coger J U Kllgorc all of Paducah Willis K Jolly Grand River C C arasrhani Smlthland J D Eades Birmingham L S Dubols Paducah Clarence Dallam Loulrvlllo THE KENTUCKY VOTE Republicans Claim the Election of W H Jones and J M Bennett Louisville Ky Nov 11 Complete unofficial returns from the Ninth dis trict give JJhn M Bennett rep a plu rality of 68 over James N Kchoo democratic Incumbent In the taco for congressThe managers In Louis vlllo aro stilt claiming that Judge W H Jones rep has defeated James Richardson for congress in the Third district but unofficial returns Indicate the tatters election by a small plurality FOR THE DEFENDANT Cue of James Howe et al vs Su preme Council CK of A Decided Springfield Ky Nov 12Thc cit emit court of Washington county Judge I II Thurman presiding has decided tho case of James Howe ct al vi the Supreme Catholic Knights ot America The order had recently re rated all of Its members for insuranco an tho assessment plan and some dls satisfied members at Lebanon Ky lought to enjoin the enforcement orI the same Judgment was found for the defendant order at plaintiffs cost THE GOEBEL STATUE Monument Committee Rejects the One Made By Moretti Lexington Ky Nov llTho Coo bel monument committee met here Thursday and at the suggestion of Ar bur Goebel rejected tho statue of the tate William Goebo made by Moretti he New York sculptor- A now contract contemplating a dif ferent sculptor was entered into with the Lexington firm Morcttls model Is said not to represent Goebel faithfully enough to be accepted Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Nov 11 Tobacco brought good prices Thursday Mar ket steady Offerings were 144 hhds of which 30 were burley and 114 hhds Mark Burley ranged from 7 to 1875 end dqrk sold from 310 to 740 New burley sold from 7 to 13 The present rains Is expected to CAUSO a big market next week Watterson Takes Trip Abroad Louisville Ky Nov 12Hont WaUcrsqn wrote his last editorial Fri day for some tlmo to come Ho left theic y and after a nays stay in Washington he will proceed to Now York where Joined by his family ho will sail for Liverpool next Wednesday an the White Star liner Oceanic To Reduce the Representation Lexington Ky Nov nOwlng to ho recent democratic victory In this rity and county tho democrats now being In control Judge Bullock and tho fiscal court Issued a statement re districting the county precincts and reducing the present number of 30 1020 Young Chosen Commander Peweo Valley Ky Nov 12Col Bennett II Young was unanimously elected division commander at the state reunion of Confederate Veterans Friday afternoon Captured After a Long Chase Scrgont Ky Nov 12 Sammle Hall aged 14 son of Thomts Hall a rivor farmer who stabbed Eddie Nib lame aged 13 Ills schoolmate In tho Pert school and escaped was caught In the Cumberland mountains after a long chase Mutt Pay a License Frankfort Ky Nov 12Tbe court of appeals In tho caso of tho Stand and Oil Co vs tho commonwealth from Oldbam county held that the Standard must pay a license of i5 a year for every oil wagon operated I Gttft Sffwt IJKW 11i UiifllI of Sjigltr lifcl EntinamBy DR LYMAN ABBOTT Editor of The Outlook I The modem student of the Bible frankly recognizes certain Ifcontradictions in the Bible but they do not trouble him because they do not militate against his conceptions of the inspiration of the writers or the character cp authority of their writings The differences between the old view and the new view are radi cal and even revolutionary and the advocates of the new method seem to me to mistake when guard against the fears of the timid they en deavor to minimize the differences between he old and the new The question between the two is not whether there are errors in the science and history of the Bible still less whether ttlere arc any in the original autographs long since lost The point of view the methods of study the theological assumptions which underlie that study and the results attained differ and differ widely It is therefore a great deal better to recognize these differences frankly than altogether to conceal them either from others or from ourselves What will the new criticism do with the Bible This is a fair ques tion to ask and the time has come to give it at least a partial answer The believer in the new criticism replies that it has already brought back In the Bible some books which have been almost dropped out of it t relieved others from technical difficulties and made credible as fiction come passages that have been incredible as history such as the legend of the fall and the satire of Jonah that it has made practically applicable to our time other portions of the Bible and given a new and deeper ipfrit ual significance to still other portions The end is not yet Enough has been accomplished howerer to satisfy the believer in the new cult that its effect will be to destroy that faith in the letter which killcth and to promote that faith in the spirit whichmaketh alive leading the Christian to see in the Bible a means for the development of faith in the God of the Bible not an object which faith may accept in lieu of Gods living presence to regard the Bible not as a book of philosophy about religion but as a book of religious ex periences the more inspiring to the religious life of man because frankly recognized as a book simply naively divinely human Modem criticism is taking away the reliance of those who rely upon the letter substituting a clearer better and more intelligent under standing ol the spirit a new broader and deeper spiritual meaning being given to the entire collection of Biblical books Intellectual diffiuclties disappear moral difficulties likewise books fallen into disuse arc given a new meaning books that had become a burden to faith when read as history become a delight and the whole Bible from being a collection of texts imposed on men from without as a substitute for life like the maxims of Confucius becomes a collection of resplendent literature inspiring life from within and conducting the reader to the God of Abra ham of Isaac and of Jacob of David of Isaiah and of Paul to find ta Him the same grace and power and redeeming love that they found I Glrittt anti GInm irttltri Br lev v A BmtcTT- Coogrtzillontl Pncberor CDIcigo The crime that is most conspicuous in the lartp cities of the country is that of thieving and the atmosphere of these great cities is thatI Iof moneygetting You hear practically one conversation among men everywhere money And with the women just as universally clothes Put these things to gether and yoI have what the psychologist calls his environment If is the soil out of which may spring any form of similar growths The thief is one of those growths He wants his share Hil i tells you that he fleeces one while the man ina palatial suite fleeces aithousand I am trot extenuating the horrid crimes which make in afraid Let us study them fearlessly It comes home to be a matter of individual holiness The man however high up who is unclean dishonest greedy is making the soil of the city in which he lives And the woman who lives for the flesh and the pride of life is setting a pace for others with less refinement and more desperate resources There may be an extravagant woman behind the man who throws acid on a cashier Crime is cooperative If it is regarded greater to be shrewd than upright all mankind will live by their wits If it is regarded more blessed to receive than to give men will not be too particular how they get the stuff II millionaires gamble and play for big stakes they need not be sur prised when this is advertised if a man with a mask sits into their gameI have never been much of a believer in the way many revivals are conducted but in the present need for holiness in the church and in life everywhere I would welcome most any whirlwind so long as it is the whirlwind of God and would make men Christlike and women l IIrutL nub angf I By LADY VIOLET GREVILLE 7 Taste and smell arc two senses we do not cultivate enough fridecd hearing as we know in I I the case of the blind can reach an acuteness which the ordinary person is absolutely deficient in Both taste and smell have great uses Probably we should not sec people living in dirty and insanitary conditions so blissfully were tie tense of t smell a little more developed while taste especially in wnvtn is often 3 stigmatized as greediness The gourmet to use a French word is not a gormandizer but a man whose taste is aesthetically and exquisitely trainedfY y It is said that the Marechal Due de Richelieu who was a great gas tronomic connoisseur possessed so fine a taste as to be able to distin guish whether the breast ot a chicken was cut fnm the side of the gall of not In the same way winetasters can tell a vintage instantly Women rather despise taste they eat and that is all Yet taste was certainly given us for a good urpose and no one can order a dinner Intelligently who has not cultivated his palate The food one likes and l enjoys always agrees with ones health better than any other and the faddist who would reduce all diet to uniformity would in time wreck the atiblic digestion w + h aTHE CITIZEN 111 I 11 11 111 lrH I I 11 11 I 11 11 1111 Eastern Kentucky News No COrTeapoll4ellce published unku dined In fuU by the writer The name Is not for PUbUUtiOIl but I a4 evidence of food faith Write plainly r r rr r Mr r r tot r r r M frf r r M r r r t r ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Nov l4Roy E Martin visited E W Tpdd Saturday nightTroy and Esker Rich visited Bert Martin Suuday Grandma Ogg of Dispu tanta who has boon sick is ROme bettorM B McGuiro visited T M Ogg of Berea SundayWe art having some very cold weather now Mrs Sarah Stephens and May Todd went to Berea Saturday on business Mr and Mrs J W Todd visited Mr and Mrs J J Martin SnndayGeorgia the little sou of C II Todd is very sick at this writ ing There will be preaching Old Scaffold Cano Saturday and Sunday John Stephens who has been sick is able to bo out againWm Rich has gone to Ford to workBorn to the wife of J E Hammond on the 18th a fine girl Misses Bessie and Nora Liuville visited John Linrillo Sunday Hurrah for Roosevelt and THE CITIZEN BOONE Nov 11 There was preaching at Fairview Sunday Revs JPlh- clps J W Lambert and J H Lambert wont to Mt Vernon Do- ndayOne of G L Wrens mules died last weeleMr J J Wren and wife who have been visiting in Estill county have returned houe1Ir and Mrs G L Wren went to Berea Saturday Mrs Susie Lewis of Berea was at church at Fairview Mr and Mrs Will Watkins of Little Clear Creek visited relatives on Cop per Creek Saturday and Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Nov 10J C Gentry purchased very fine mare mule from Jefferson Hoskins this week Andy Becknell was visiting friends and acquaint ances at Boonevillo Saturday and Sunday of last weekThe good farmers of this neighborhood are nearly throughstoring away the crop of the yearThe citizens of Island City rejoice to learn that the Republican party has again triumphed over the party of opposition and that wo are to have four more years of good timesP M Frye of this plat has declined to be a candidate before the primary election to be held December 31004The school at Oak Grove is prpgressing nicely BOONEVIUE Nov 13Tllo first snow of the season fell last night and today is almost a blizzard Bruce Woodward has moved his stock of dry goods etc into the old H C Needham storeroom and is closing them out at costG M Treadway of Levi will move his family next week to his Bluegrass farm recently purchased in Garrard County near Paint Lick Yesterday was a pay day for the teachers of Owsley County and G W Garrett our County Superintend ent was kept busy issuing cheeks So many candidates for the various county offices make it difficult to furnish each one a device on the county ticket for December 3rd Owsloy County gave Roosevelts electors the large Republican majority it ever gave at any Presidential election the majority being 870 The majority for McKinley was 815 in- IOOOF FMcCollum was defeated for Assessor by Mrs Emma Cole widow of L F Cole who was killed lust winter thus leaving the office vacant by a majority of 52 totes II W Becknell of Wilmore Ky is visiting old friends and relatives in this county and looking after the mercantile interest in this place Mr Mann who is setting up and en gaging in the stave business at the mouth of upper Buffalo creek was hero a few days last week lie seems to ho quite a business man and hails from Knox County11o wish him abundant success in his now enter prise Jesso Ilolcomb is soon to ro turn to Kings Powder Mills near Hamilton Ohio to finish up his fortune His family will accompany him They will be absent months DOORWAY Nov 10Tho farmers of this section are gathering in tho golden grain Though tho harvest is scanty they look on the bright side and say that what they have to sell will command a higher priceWm Wilson spent Thursday night with N F Ambrose and Brice Dean He is asking the people to support him in his race for Assessor John S Burns went to Oneida last weekN F Ambrose and Isaac Hacker visited Doe Creek Friday night Miss Mary Ray is making a fine record as teach er nt The Falls on BulJaloA now heir was born to tho wife of Levi Morris Friday Mr Summers has bought several thousand trees hers which ho is rapidly preparing to convert Into stave Tho dry weather is causing much distress for luck of IwaterJames Daniel returned home the head water of Buffalo and Squablo Creek whore ho has been harrying the United States mail MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS Nov 1fMr Curtis Powell of Bobtown died last Friday night with typhoid fever and was buried Saturday in the Williams grave yard typhoidfeverchildren besides a host of friends to mourn his deathDr Sandlin and family of Richmond visited friends and relatives here last weekJ C Powell and wife visited Mr and Mrs Link Nickiuson Sunday Boso Lain and wife visited L C Powell Sun day George Sparks and family visited W C Ogg and wife Sunday Spnrksboughtat this place Tom Young of this place has sold out to go to Florida with Judge T J Coyle Louis Sandlin Sr is visiting friends mud relatives in Jackson and Clay coun ties George Hurd of this plat has tho largest hog in tho community mind his neighbors are guessing that it weighs 700 xmnds Judge Coyle nut wifo stayed over night with John Powell end fatally Saturday night WALLACETON Nov 14 There will IK Thanks giving exercises and a donation for a poor familat Pleasant Grove chapel Thanksgiving Day at 230 Emu J HAAOEX HICKORY PLAINS Nov 7Misses Mollie Bertha and Myrtle Johnson entertained quite a number of young people Hallowe en nightMrs Jennio Roberts of Lexington was buried in Johnson grave yard at half past six oclock Wednesday evening November 2 Newt Herndon of Round Hill spout Saturday night with Jake Herndon and family Clevo Roberts of Lexington who is convalescing from typhoid fever accompanied his uncle W E Johnson homo Sunday Misses Stella and Grace Daniels spout Sunday with Myrtle and Maud JohnsonMrs Mary J Jones is planning to give her little grand daughter Lucy Kimbrel a birthday partyJliss Mary Emma Adams is visiting relatives here Misses Mary and Carey Rbwlett were visitors at our Sundayschool Sunday Miss Join Harris who is clerking for her Brother R R Harris at Peyton town spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents If TilE CITIZEN does you good sub scribe for it and pay for it Proverbs When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mdthers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sion It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphiles especially prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny I e a sample free rar that this picture the furor of a UUI imin She wrapper of every botllt el J w1 ion you buy SCOTT BOWNE- Chemists 409 Pearl St N V Soc and cot aU I1ruCIlUta I t Our Popular Scholarship Contest f ++ sos +es++++Tho time will soon bo hero when tho filial hustling for flint place logins It has been intimated that in tho last few days there will be many surprises duo to time hoarding of ballots for this final sprint In fact it has come definitely to our knowledge that some of those in second placo hold secretly more than enough to put them in first place To those now in time lead we would say Dont for a moment cease worklOp at it its though you wero u tail enderl Lee County Mary Parlor1200Cl-ay Combs 060 Floyd Lucas 600 H McGuiro 400 Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bessie Hays 1501 Claude Dollmnl122011a- llaco Adams 700 Tom mmio Dither 376 Maggie Lowen 376 Pearl Gay 326 Clay countytiSusie Sparks Iw60 Ida Bongo1600W M Hicel00M M Robinson 1200 T E Burch 060- Chas Combs roo G J Jarvis OO Mary Collins 400 Owsley County Nora Wilson 8ro Snowden Reynolds U04 Garfield Catttphell450M- ary Ray 450 Flora Pendergrass 201 Burgoyno Dottier 110 Nettie Treadway 110- B J Pendergrass 101 Jeauetto Gahbard 100 Play You Are the Sunshine You My youre feeling blue ladt That things are going wrong If thats the case for true lad Cheer up and sing a song Youll find twill always pay lad For alltor me and you To play we are the sunsrffne And let the sky be blue When skies are blue and clear lad The world la at Its but Wheneer you drop a tear lad It sadden all the rest Smile ondont mind the knocks lad Just keep your own heart true Play youre the golden sunshine And let the sky be blue When you are feeling blue lad And halt Inclined to cry Youre at the JobtI true lad Intended for the sky The sunshine role sits better On husky chaps like you Then be a human sunbeam Let but the sky be blutt- Baltimore American Humor Philosophy By DUNCAN H SMITH Copyright 19x by Duncan M Smith PERT PARAGRAPHS There are more iconic tikurlni on how to get money to upend ttinii then ort IlKiirliiK on low to earn It The women who get their name lu the prlxe winning cookery content are very seldom heard of Hi the divorce courts The worlds fair would be wore pop ular with the world perhaps If It were not so hard to raise the fare When a woman learns that her boy linn been smoking cigarettes for sev eral years she begins to think that otto er all It Is not an unpardonable of tense Some things go without saying but a talkative woman never does The more you lose your temper the more you have of It Lots of people are really not so con ceited as they seem to be It Is Just their little blur When an aimless man gets married he becomes an easy murk A landscape painter should never shift Lila calllug and try to paint the town It is because the Japanese are limit in war that the Russians may 11e IiouceIThe chiniertt man In the world warms up to his 100IberlnlInva Thanksgiv lug approaches Her Color Fair Mamie now Is putting on A touch of carmine paint She has a morning gown of lawn Her face ls rosy as the dawn Then why should Mama be putting on That stuff Twould vex a saint For Mntnlo Is a dimpling girl Her cheeks are soft and sweet And theres a wee distracting curl Around her rose leaf ear a swirl Of burnished brown that makes the Klrl look good enough to eat hut there she stands with carmlnsd bkL Rockcastle County Knchol Hibberd 600 E 13 ThompHon 6011 John McForron 100 Fannie MeCluro 1110 Mollio Curler 100 Miuniu Nicely 110 Ityrdu Mcfnrguo100Jackson 11 L Hegloy 2500 Susie Watson 1200 Laura HatfieldSatnuo- lDavis 600 Lizzie Wilson 360 Nannie Click 800 t ffLucy 1 ureoiiH MOO May Spnrknmn 300 C D Smith 100 Robert Taylor 100 Ettlll County Katie Moorea Ji8 AmbroHo Wilson 878 Qnrnett Powell Soo Theda Noland 000 Nora McGeo V d00- J H lUchimlson 201 Katie Wiukler 200 D B Alumhaugh 210 Robert L Coyle 102 Martha Logwlon 101 Sallie Wilson 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonus Caldwell 300 And crimsoned finger tips When of her roslnrss speak She only turtle and dabs a streak Of gory red upon my cheek Then In her color dip And as she taints the parlor chair She says Jut keep away It you come nearer declare lve gut lot ot paint to spare Ill treat you as I do the chair 80 dont be getting guy More ThAn One CNrte Yes I was well acquainted with George Washington The Father of Ills Couutryy1 No the fttthrr of that pack of pick anlutiles that just passed along the road Couldnt Think of It Why did you never marry HobT I cant forget time toilet nets spoons salt shakes and vinegar cruets that I lu my time have sent us wedding prw eats and remembering havent the courage to marry The Difference Blow Is the journey to success ray painful uphill routes Uut going down rather guess Tou shoot the chutes Her First Ditch He asked for bread aud she gave him a stone Ioor Weary I suppose that was the drat intimation he had that the lady was a bride Job Near Home- I wish I were the fool killer for about an hour Not contemplating suicide I hope Then He LIkes It A tramp wont shirk he Is sure to work When he strikes an easy mark Then he works him right with all his might And he earns a Jolly lark Dont Co Together tier husband In an honest man Poor girl thought she married a fellow with mouey He Understands Them He has u keen sense of humor He must have Judging from the way he laughs at his own jokes Can See Them That love U blind you often hear And yet Its sight Is very clear And nota bit of trouble gives In finding where the preacher lives PERT PARAGRAPHS The man isuuuued too fro quently feels all undone Theta Is some talk of lengthening the presidents term when really It should be shortened to about forty uluutes to give all of the good boyu who start out after the job a cbauco to laud It It isnt fair to judge a dug by the company he keeps He Is not respon sible for hU ownership The man who thinks that every youth should sow a few acres of wild oats gets over that notion as soou as be laws buys of hU own Carriage Satisfaction Here w I carriages Invariably give We repaint repair and retire a Get our s KENTUCKY WORKS C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have If you nnd It lard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising etc If you have pain In your left side In chest back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities palo lice blue lips dry iSousli swollen ankles If you have fainting spells breast pang palpitation redness of the face discomfort In steeping on one side The only scientific treatment for this whole train of troubles Is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Mlles New Heart Cure Is the preMrlptlon of a famous epectatlst whose great success In treating obstN rule nervous heart disease has made Ills name preeminent In the medical and scientific world The medicine will cure you We knew II We want you to prove II If first tattle does not benefit your drucglit will give you back your money attimesbad I could not sleep half the nlglit tlibfdtrvwbloway but about two and a half M I pot a pamphlet about Dr MienNew Cure and thought I would try a few bottles After using tliem I recovered and have had better health since then than before for several year I can heartily recommend them for heart PastorItaptist FREEWrite to us for Free Anaof Or Mile ltemfd1torHpeclallst will diagnose your case tell ItJreUAUOIIATOIUES liUUlAHT WD H H H H on to + 111 II II II Orator untie Nous Club 176 ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four from ovarian The doc tor on an operation as the to ullCratiollAIfor woman is at best A advised him to get bottle of Wino of for me to try and be did 10 fn few and my was very rapid eighteen weeks 1 was another Mrs letter shows 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