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Bntert 1H IVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24 19M One dollar a year NO 23 t IDEAS Whoii Iran have IwirntKl how to livo tliuy arty fit to tie Mon redact those whom tliuy follow not thoMo who follow thorn Homo pOlilonll target tliut there art HO days loft in thu year In which to give thtnikH TAKE NOTICE The ixmtiniiHtur wishes that all oh torso closely till tines of opining for TlmnkMKiviiijr day 0 to I 7HO UO p tit to 230 u p to 0 Kdwnnl Baxter Itrry tho IHind IianiHl will at the Talxirnnclu Friday ovcniu Novttnlxtr Jfith Hu tin artist of worldwido rupiila tier Do not neglect to hear hint FROM THE WIDE WORLD 8ifiiuturcH Imvo Ixou attached to an iirlittnilioii treaty Ixtwitm Swit t ziirland and thu United Slntut- Thu Gorman Htwnnor Hatulaii wan iHipttirtd by lajw utter iiuhasti vhih trying to tilt thu lilookadu at Port Arthur Tho lithe which wnn owned and HMsl by SlmkwjxMiro vas sold in- Ixnidon at public auction forl00 It in to bu brought to Ainurica- Thu ItrltiHliKtounxtr Sicilian Prince BllrolHICUI jxirtH with mor 000 IMUuioiiKtrn wont ashore ntrar tilt 1nitf Inland Life Saving Stiitiun The l okul Anzitigur prints a ills Nituh from Mukdiii saying It i confirmed from varioim qitarttirH that t the JajMimtHo Mire doublu Iniokid till railroad from Port Daily to Linn Vang Thirty troiim are running dully Sir I most Cossoll King KdunnlH privnto financial Mtmilary loft Sow York on u Hpoial tniin to look into the IndtifuinontH ollVrod by leading Amurittin chits Ixiilvillu included for till invufitmunt of the Kings pri mtu fiindri IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Prince PtiMdin visited the tomhof ViMhington at Mount Vurnon and plactd u wrwith upon it Hu also planted a trey on tilt old w Into of I + j tlist flrMt Pn idutit A iiumlmr of suits of minority Htookholdorx in the Hhipbuilding rombinu ngaiimt nllietl corjKirations nail promoturH of tutu company were diftminsod yesterday in Now York Formal announcumont WWl matte of a movumunt to hold in Chattanooga in HHn WorldH Fair to IK known an thu Semi Centennial ntuJuhfl ear l2xKxition toeotnmoinornUtlioeloso of tho Civil War Clmrlim M Schwab announces that lao will establish factory at the Moth Inhom Stool Worka for thu manufac tare of largo gulls and will put thu plant on an equality with the Krupp works of Germany Fin in thu heart of Cincinnati 00000Jniiidly owing to a tttrong breuzo- Ity an explosion of gas at the plant of the Plo Electric Headlight Com pany in South Chicago four jwrsoiiH wow killed umln score injured In coulpletulydentnyal mediatu vicinity were badly damageil Senator Fairbanks visited tho ridlippinu reservation at the Worlds Pair yeHturday nut was entertained at tho Igorrotu village by two of tutu Filipino boys Hinging America and I My Old Kentucky Haut The Vleo Prenidenttleet loft at noon yes terday for IndiaiiujKlis t COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho juwulri and costumcH of the late Queun Draga of Sorvla art to bo sold at auction in London The noxt Kentucky Slate conven I lout of tho Y M C A will ho hold at Owciwlxiro February 10 to 10- Soventythreo births and nixtyfour deaths wow ro orteil to tho Health J Department of Louisville for tho week undtil today- Twuntyfiixl gushers with n total r initial capacity of 3Iluburrelswero- drillel in during tho plllltlCk in West Virginia Ohio Indiana timid I Kentucky Time funoral of Col W C P Brock in rid go was ono of tho largest over held at Lexington Ono of the hand somest of the many lloral designs was Wilt by Caleb Powers After electing C M Benjamin of Louisville president and giving lull consideration of rules in many lines of their business tho Kentucky and Tennessee Fry Underwriters finished their eleventh annual session 14t1tt1IIIi1111fI1tFTHE CITIZEN p t i fi K jY arri ri fir i i iiIIJyU 1I 4IrJi WiII o I so N IV F and magic spells all romance For Progress and Of advance We Thee and deeper springs Of conquers fate That will accomplish In years Our Friends at Fisk A largo number of our colored students ure this year nuundfug Fisk University and resolutions of greet fug and goodwill were sent thorn Homu weeks ago Hero is this roo louse Flag riUVEMIT- YNitiivuxr TBNN OCT lM HIM I clhtt Stmtptitu- Wu the Boron students in ance nt l ilk University wish acknowledge your kind greetiug- and to say that wo appreciate the sympathies which you express to wanl us miss the many advantages Bonn Wo never fully realized thoir values until wo deprived of then Wu the many dis pooplabormust hear tinny timings for which wo ourselves uro not resjwnsiblu and that often our most humble attempts at self improvement often are ridi Because of these things We have resolved mow firmly use every opportunity which makes citizolshipIVo tti6counagmwlltlII of lifo hlJor conducting our lives in accordance with the great print ciples of honesty Kclfrespcct industry and benevolence nnd by living n life of usefulness among our humble people lOIIH01illgrorknow our bettor traits and desires us those who have faith mud con oxpecttotrusts by our future lives provisiontutour education at various institutions of learning Wo believe that the will prevail Whatever may bo the decision of the courts wo have time greatest faith in the and just management of affairs by the College administrators Bemuse we have been inllnunced by Bereas teaching because of our friends and former teachers who expect much of us we nro resolved to reflect tho spirit of Berea through our lives iixni those with whom wo comu in contact 12 W GENTRY SOPHIA OVEIISTIIEKT A B JuNEs and others mP 1 itWKj ffj much have we for gratitude So much for happiness So much of bounty has accrued Our land to bless That words seem trite and empty things And poor are all our arts To tell the song of thanks that sings Within our hearts 11 OUR God hand HIS led us all the way From bondage to this promised land We hold today Vouchsafe to us that mercy still We knew In travails lone Inspire us yet to know Thy will And follow on IIIIOT only for store That comes to bless our toll For cities topping those of yore That dot our soil IWe praise Thee but all these above III That Inward strife Is done And for the touch of That makes us one r OR Science her Transcending the miracles her thank for faith that greater things that Wilt ViViicfl Wo were realize culed right right fathers whose loving the heapened nationlove V TO To lead the world in kindliness Of man to man And grant our mission yet may be To bring the day to birth That tees the reign of Liberty In all the earth GEORGETOWN VS BEREA Time greatest game of tho season one played Monday by Georgetown und Berea Tho game was hotly contested throughout each team holding till other for downs nt critical moments Twenty yards wits us near us Georgetown could menu to Borons goal Berea reached George towns 2 yard line twice but were held13ot11 teams wore stronger on defcnsivoreon und runs Boron won the toss and chose tho- r kickaifdHiMit tho ball to Georgetowns JO yard lieu Georgetown returned 2 Nunn got 14 and Dies got 30 be fore Berea took n stand nnd forced Georgetown to punt nnd Burea got the hall on a fumble on Bereas 35 yard pine and rushed it to the center of the field where they were held Georgetown took tho ball to Barons 20 yard lino nod tried unsuccessfully a goal trout the field Berea trot tho hallalldwas forced to punt Boron OlOrgllownsIBurgess 3 Chirk 31 Caldwell 20 Clark 10 Postlewait 3 placing tho ball on Georgetowns 3 yard lulu On the third down with Berets but 1 i yards from n touchdown George town was penalized for opt side but rather than bo penalized wnlked off the field Boron gave in rather than win the game by forfeit sail took their chances on winning without it Georgetown returned the ball to their 22 ynrd lino where Clark got it on n fumble Again Berea rushed it to Georgetowns two yard line to luv held for downs The half ended with tho hall in Georgetowns pos session on their 20 yard lino Score Boron 0 Georgetown 0 SECOND HALF Georgetown kicked Pestleswait returned it 40 yards 1ostle wait got 20 on end taut and Georgetown lend on their thirty yard line During the rest of tho half neither goal was in danger Georgetown excelled on lino work while Boron was lost on end runs Postlewait nnd Bonder getting fifty each The gauze was called on account of darkness with four minutes to play and tho hall in Georgetowns possession on tie center line Score Boren 0 Georgetown 0 halloo UIOIUUTOW- Kllrork Center limi- tnltrfold Jnnhlit limnl Erect UttUiunl Taylor pressForever AbernathyIHunt Ira End Renton Calilwdl Right llama Nunn Cllrt Clpt Left Half Vie rrallewilt Full Hack WedJe HeiiJer Quarter Rimer squabtilinglecnuse of it HearingNext music lovers will have their first chance of hearing a truly noted piano player and one who has but few equals in tho world It is n piece of good luck that we aro able to get him to come to BO small a plnce Mr Perry is tho originator of the lecturerecital pinllistillceeded in winning an unquestioned prores1Iionpianist who ever played at tho Im pcrial Court of Germany Before each number is played Mr Perry gives a short exposition of tho theme in hand He is not only n great virtuoso but also n lecturer of more titan ordinary note Tho most igno rant in music cannot help but under stand lulu appreciate nil he says and plays Three pianos are kept con stoutly on tho road to meet his en gagements of which ho has met a pinuistAmoricnn been in Lexington last week you would have paid 75cents at tho least to hear him Hero it is but 25cents Elsewhere in those columns appears the announcement of Mr Clarence E Woods for Mayor of Richmond subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Mr Woods is too well and favorably known to tho community to require tho usual steryotyped terms in vogue in an nouncing candidates for office Wo all know him to bo n patriotic unselfish useful citizen and an upright honorable gentleman His lifo has been n record of devotion to Rich mond In every 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QUEENS WARE ever in Berea We also carry a nice lino of FRESH GROCERIES and STAPLE ARTICLES at the lowest prices CALL AND SEE US PRESCRIPTIONS SPECIALTY H C WOOLF Prop M t I t t Jim Moores- ThanksgivingDinner By WILL J LAan roN No 47 was due at Bridgeport at 12 oclock noon It was Thanksgiving day ami Jim Moore the engineer was borked to dine at home on turkey with cranberry sauce on the lido not to mod ion a few oysters with a windup ofI mince pie that was warranted to male a man throw In a whole carload of thanks extra Bridgeport was the end of his division and as It happened hU off cay occurred on Thursday his wife and all the kin on both sides were to haI dinner that day at Jims It was to tc the dinner of their lives too for Jim had not been at homo on Thanks plvirg day since his marriage live year brfir the date of this chronicle Tre weather bd been very bad for several days before Thanksgiving and evr day of that week It had rained as if there had been an encore for NoaVs flood and the elements were doiri7 their best to respond to it The road ran through 20 miles of river bot tom ands to low that in places long trees supported the tracks and It was at t mes a section that engineers were glee ro get through without some kind of ar accident On this trip Moore had an eight hdur run and he had accom pushed but half of It when he reached the iow grounds As the engine swung round the last curve out of the hills and the first view of the valley pro rented Itself through the pouring rain Dick Long the fireman burst forth Look at that sea Jim he shouted above the roar of the engine We aint made of floatln stuff and do you reckon we ran swim Moore swept the watery waste with his trained eyes There was indeed a wiccrncM of water spread before them but the railway tracks were plainly via ible winding through it like a grea sea serpent with the ribs sticking out of its sides and with Innumerable feet extending Into the water at intervals and long reaches of dark body that had HO feet It was thus the trestles and the solid portions of the road presented themselves to him At the last station beforo passing out into the low lands and over the bridge which spanned the river proper the train was flagged and the engineer was informed that he must wait for orders before proceeding further For four long and soaking hours the engine stood on the track throbbing restlessly and taking the pelting rain as if it realized that It was being Imposed upon- I dont care a cUss about the wet said Moore to his fireman for this cab keeps us dry enough and warm but what hurts my feelings is that I am going to miss the flnSst Thanks giving dinner on the road between Mlllopolla and Bridgeport Ive got a bill of fare lucre In my wifes handwrit tot and It reads like a fairy talc He took It out of his pocket and began reading It aloud Let up on that protested Long Doat you suppose a fireman has got as nne feelins as an engineer has or do you If i listen to that a minute I longer Ill have a stomach strike Jim would have read further even under protest but he was Interrupted by the conductor who came up to the engine on n trot By gum Jim he exclaimed the water has broken through the fill be- tYttn us and the hU and we are marooned unless we godhead and take chances on getting out How about orders Inquired the en gineerThe wires went down In the rush and the operator has lot his connections at both ends Whats the mUter with walling here and taking It easy till the dry spell sets in Inquired the fireman Jokingly See bat water coming uu there MORE GRANDPA In jmoVin Jliccj deftly carved wasFesaweyAnt knife Upon IhjaJMjIwn day The lteaput plates with j odlyclrear JleclAna J DiecmUrcnmwt be fei tirarnctpscrieJUpon A wishbone iKercJa drumstick here JoyAndwiifj- He 4 turns his ontte o er rleacllnrxlTr1I NOWNIN said the conductor pointing to the rising tide creeping up the embankment to where the engine stood In a mighty little while it will be over this track and the Lord only knows how high it will get or what will happen to the fill with all that water piling up against It and more coming every minute Fifty feet of the fill has been eaten away since the break took place back yonder and It is dropping like grass before fire Woe got to set out of this said Moore decisively Shake up the fire Dick But how asked tho conductor We have a hundred onssongers aboard and we cant risk their liva can we rightIOf course not Then what are you going to do pine them wing Of course you are not Tho way is open before fig far as we can see and weve got to run for it and trust to Providence not to get shut Qff Go back and tell your passengers thq kind of a hole we are In and hear what CtT HOW ASKED TIll CON lILTOlt they have toss X Be quick about It too do you see that water crowding up on usIThe waves or the rushing flood lapped shore in ft soft pounding that was as insidious acai as sure as an epidemic The fireman hook himself and tesan shoveling coal into the furnace moQtli Moore touched a cock here and then a spurt of boiling water from one a slzz of steam fron another and he looked satisfied with the signs Shake her up Dick he urged We have got stcftn enough to go on but weve got to have enough to go like blazes Therfcs business ahead The conductor returned In short time reporUr that the passenger were unanimously In favor of taking all chances and take a rush for safe Now Moore said the conductor Its up to 4m to get us out of this Maybe you cant do it and well have to go down together or swim for it Youve got to let her go for all rhes worth and net there or bust Art you readyAll aboard Moore sang out cheer fully for apswer but with a firmness showing ho had the best courage of his class and their courage is of the kind that Ii even better than that of soldiers The engine was fairly humming now and the stem was slzzlng out of her hot and dry insistent upon having Its energies exerted to the utmost Im ready If you are cried Long slamming the doors of the furnace whose fires roared like tho coming ot- a storm Moors took a long look ahead and swept his eyes around the waters that were closing in on him Ho tried his valves and cocks and saw that ovary = thing was in good shape and with a word to his cab mate he slowly opened the throttle for the rare before him The engine responded to the lapulso of the steam as gradually It forced way through the steel vitale tugging and straining for a moment nn gather log sputd as the throttle opened wider She seemed to be stiff at first from long standing but as the warmed up gh loosened her Joints and at the cud of the first milo she was whirling along with the throttle wide open The rare for life against the insatiate flood hail begun and Jim Moore sat with eyes straining forward over his engine as a driver looks over his horse flying through thQlast quarter with the wire just Twenty miles meant only as manf minutes under ordinary clr ordinaryI 1Igreat engine and train of cars were In the engineers keeping and an angry flood eager to destroy was creeping swiftly upon him to take them to Itself Five miles out into the rushing sea and as the last car of the train rolled across a trestle it Swayed under the contending forces of weight and water and fell Into the torrent leaving In an Instant a gap where an Instant before the train had been On they spoil and the bridge over the river was In sight The water had risen to tho tracks be tween the train and the bridge and Moore hesitated It was as If he were plunging Into the very river Itself for there was a wide spread of water in which no sign of a track appeared and the road might be washed out How is It Dick he shouted to his fireman who from his side of the cab was looking forward Wet yelled Long In response pali and frightened but with his norvo still holding loadIftscrii the fire commanded Moore with a grim smile and the engine dashed Into the unknown The water flew out at either side from the great drivers In clouds of spray drenching the cob but the track was firm and the train passed through safely and onto the bridge The long slender rtructurc swayed and creaked and groaned and the watery roared beneath but the net work of steel held and the river was behind them Beyond the bridge for halt a mile the water obliterated the track again but the engineer did not stop to mko Inquiries It was death one way or the other slow If ha stopped sudden If he wont ahead and there was no track and he chose the quicker route Safely again and on over another trestle which stood until the train was half a mile beyond when It toppled Into the flood and floated off down the stream Five miles more now and the range of low hills with their oleva tion and safety rose before the hurrying train The engine was whirling along at a mile a minute and but five minutes were needed tocarry them from the Jaws of death Suddenly the track sank and the engine plunged Engineer and fireman clung to their plarp hlp iess but the wheels stayed on the rails end the engine dashed ahead The water poured Into the firebox and clouds of steam enveloped the men in the cab The steam In the boiler went down a the water rose but tho engine ttrupglr on as If conscious of the peril and In a moment had caNbt the solid track again and with a groan and a shriek as of pain yet of triumph she dashed nut of the water and to the firm earth once more But she was not making a mite 1 minute now It was all she could do to turn a wheel but above the flood she gained heat and steam again a I ten minutes later the train pulled into little station on the high ground and the danger had been pasted White faced and trembling passen gers came hurrying from the cars to the engine with all kinds of praise and congratulations and purses but Mooro and his fireman were quite calm They were as badly shaken up as any passenger they pulled worse perhaps but they were not showing It to the public and in another ten minutes tho train was running on to Brldgeportav If noth ing had happened Got any tobacco nickasked Moore when things were moving smoothly Long handed him over a big plug of the Juicy black kind Well said the engineer biting on a generous chew this aint exactly the kind of Thanksgiving eating I was figur ing on but I am darned glad to be able to get away with It Me too said nick as ho bit off a hunk and heaved a sigh of relief No 47 arrived in Bridgeport ten hour after dinner time Detroit Free Press SENTENCED TO HARD LABOR Of course you dont have to work ou Thanksgiving do you I should say I did I always havo tc carve the turkey Chicago Hecord Herald Richness Did you have much variety at yeti uncles Thanksgiving dinner In Kansas 1 Oh yes we had cornfed turkey corned beef slewed corn corn fritter with sweet acorn dressing booby pie cor cake and maize pudding Puck Aftermath CrawfordDont you over rftaltzt that you can have too much of a good thlng1Crabshl1wI always dQ when my wife warms over the turkey the second dayN Y World The Notable Exception How la your club for the protection of birds coming on Oh we slop meeting Just before II Itrait The STRANGERS THANKSGIVING By EiiZAUEiit FERGUSON SEAT Mrs Harmon went about her Thanks Riving preparations with a heavy hoort for the first time within hor recollection the relatives each and severally had sent regrets fly rearou of Illness com van y sudden Journeys not one of the urge connection could be present With a sigh she had turned to those two peren nial aunts the minister anti the school teacher but they too had other plans It was a dreadful disappointment the Thanksgiving dinner and the houseful of guests were the very crowning epl code of her yearly labors Her husband and tbrp e sans felt her distress but 1 rather in a reflected way for no matter whether guests came or went they would be present and thou Interest In the meres of the great dinner was as It had ever been They had helped to feed the two pampered turkeys ami gather in the storon of fruits ami vegetables and they looked forward Ito thy realisation of their anticipations with llTOly Interest The day dawned clear and cold and Mm Harmon began tier final preparations for tin event th lack of guests or even the anticipation of any disturbed her so greatly that she appealed to her SOBS Dick and John and Benjamin watched her spread the latng upon a fruit eahe sympathetically Tell you mother whatll we do de clared Dick mlschlovlously well go down to where our line Joins tho big road and well just Invite whoever passes along providing we like his looks Ills mother looked doubtful Well not too many you know Dick and dolt In the right way I dont suppose that anybody come or oven pass by for that matter That big road Is a pretty lonesome one especially so late In the season The boys departed upon their novel mission in high glee but presently Dick Tllfc sent Benjamin bark to Inquire bow long they were to keep the invitation open Satisfied thatoll thciroffersot goodchecr would be honored up to tho blowing of the big dinner horn they hurried down the frosty lane In high spirits The road made a sharp turn In front of the lane and that they might not be taken un awares Dick posted John who was too shy to address any stranger where hll might watch In one direction for tilt faintest tokens of the approach of anyone and Ho and Benjamin located them selves upon a fallen logon the opposite side of tho road to keep an eye out In the other direction The sky was blue and cloudless ne dead leaves fell In showers it every gust of wind In tho woods not far away there was now and then a clatter of falling nuts The boa waited in silence for a few minutes but no one appeared Benja min grew restless I cant sit so still and proper guess Ill run over there In the worlds and pick a pocketful of those nuts Theyre shcllbarks and the qulrrels are working for their lives nut JUt as he started John made signs of distress and Dick as mauler of ceremonies tame up very properly and hastily began to rehearse a little speech which ho Lad prepared as they camp along A young man riding gray pony trottel down the highway As ho approached the curve In tho road the three boys s ood up and were so evi dently waiting for him that he stopped his horse In groat astonishment and stared at them quite as earnestly as they were staring Rt him Gravely and po litely Dick described the state of af fairs at his hone and asked the young man to lend tiio sauce of his presence to their feast Tho stranger gazed at the three boys mutely for an Instant and then a twinkle crept Into the corners of his eyes and ho took out his watch Eleven oclock ho exclaim gravely Are you sure Its not too late Oh no cried Benjamin hopefully the horn hasnt blowcd and said twouldnt be too late till after thatShow him the way Ben commanded the big brother nolmonly and bo sure to feed the rvo I Then he added earn cell to the stranger Youre cctain that were not takip you away from anybody else Your talks wont ralt you The young mans merry countenance was instantly saddened No they wont miss me You neednt boafralu As the guest disappeared down tbn lane following the guidance of the nlm ble llrnjamln the two boys turned hope fully to the highway If only another traveler as desirable wore abroad and frilling to be feasted tho day would be a triumph otter all lint travelers did not scent to bo Journeying and the mln 11011Ipetite know It was and Instead of watching the highway he kept his wistful Raio fastened upon his elder brother who was employed In whittling unknown species of animals from a piece of soft pine So n surrey drawn by a handsome pair of bays was upon thorn before they were aware of Its approach The boys sprang to their feet anti shouted Just as it was dashing past The driver drew up with difficulty and the only occupant an old gentleman with white hair and n very wrinkled tocev looked out to see what was wanted Rather Incoherently and In some cooftMlon Dirk told hlsstory and gave his Invitation omitting to state the presence of the other stranger The driver of the surrey which was from a hIv ry stable In a small town ten miles away looked displeased and prepared to drive on but the old gentleman said I shall 4nlM the Nrw York train anyway as It tacks but ten minutes to 12 and I consider it a privilege to eat Thanksgiving dinner with such hospitable people If tile young men will get Into the carriage and Indicate the way we will accept their kindness and that of their good mother with many thanks AB tho surrey dashed up to his reel dence Mr Harmon was stepping upon the front larch with the big horn In his hand lie dropped It in astonishment and hastily summoned hKwIfc The boys scrambled out and the old gentleman followed As he was about to In troduce himself the young man with Benjamin appeared at the fOnd of the porch The two strangers stared at each other The younger one grew very pale while the other grew very reds Then TWO 8TIIANUUU8 STARED AT BACH OTHER a mother y while the whole Harmon family were staring with all their might the younger man rushed forward and cried Father wont you forgive me Mrs Harmon sat down upon the door step anti cried the boys shrank back to tho very corner of the porch the other father leaned agalnsta pillar and waited for this proud father was taking a lone time to open his heart But at last ho did It he sighed and a host of the hard fine wrinkles vanished from his face as hosald My sonand held out hlsarml The Harmon crowded forward even the driver pressed nearer The very air grew fragrant with Thanksgiving Then forgetful of the great dinner everybody waited while the old gentleman ex plained It was the old story Ills son anti he had quarreled and thus young man had gone west to make his fortune That was two years ago andtfioro was a whitehaired old lady far away In New York who cried every day for a boy that never came but who was romlng at last for after dinner they would drive over to the station and In a couple of days there would be annUler Thankllglvlng and this old lady would be at the feast Then Mr Harmon blew the horn not withstanding everybody was on tho spot and Mrs Harmon announced din ner It was the most thankful feast that she Iliad ever served though for tho first time in her career as a housekeeper she had to ihara the credit for It for nick Insisted that at least half the glory was his Young People- REASONABLE L J Kind LadyWot Biggin right on top o your Thankiglvin dinner Wot it you want Gorged George A couple o dyspep slo taVlts please mum CWcago Dally Neva IIIA Story of Art and n Thanks giving Dinner Uii November S3 things looked pretty eloomy for Sebastian Cuiwattor Ha had Intended to celebrate Tlmnkaplv ng day us It should bo celebrated with tit the proper accompaniments Butt she trqtihlo won that Caswattor Jill not know Just exactly whore tho mousy wax to rome from With rare provl deuce ho had set apart flve dollar bill from tho solo of his Promothcu hut the coal had run out and more had to bo mind said Caswattor Ill take that Autumn Sunset down to- Pe lIgnn tomorrow Id made up my mind that Id keep It If I couldnt get MOO for It but If Pordlgan wants It for IO he can havo It Mrs CaBwattor almost wept for oho know how much her artist husband thought of that Autumn Sunset He would almost rather lava parted with his Solitude or his Gloaming or Ills Achilles In Ills Tent It WM a moiter loco Solitude Gloaming end Acbllloe were nleo maiUritfeCoe There wore few things that Gaiwntier Minted that were not matUrploeoa The great dinieulty was that they would not soil On the Stth Caswatter took the Au tumn BuDsof under his arm and of Cored It to Perdlgan Hut Pentlfan its tinned to Rive him the JM for It In fact he wouldnt have It at any price Caeivatter boro his dleappouutnont with an air of Indifference but lit foil It nevertheless Ho wont upstairs to his attic studio and begun to pace the floor In groat agitation He was an artist but he was also a father and Iho bought of little Leonards disappointment when Invited to sit down to pork chops was maddening and the Park chops seemed Inevitable All he walked and gnawed his board his eye fell upon Solitude and he made a sudden resolve lie would have that Thanksgiving dinner ct all costs He wrapped tho picture carefully In the paper that he had Just tAken off An Autumn Sunset and started ouL- Penllgas looked at It with kU niter lip pushed out and said Well Id like to Make yew an offer for It botifou see It tont Uio pert of thins that Mil Ill till you thntigk It you wwtld like to leave It hero Ill do the best I caa with It M a oomnsls aloe dIa on tcr linoIa wr rItIUdfrom his mind but thus dinner ho had counted on so surely lie could see It actually see It Ht laughed savagely and sitting down before his easel began to sketch the outlines of a mam moth turkey Then tho Idea took him and be forgot his woe Gradually the turkey took shape and form and a rl- eT glass topped with a fringing bou quiet of stalks and loaves appeared tw side It then a bowl and a background of tiles He drew up his stool closer and began to spread on the color and worked more and more feverishly until the waning tight forced him to desist Early on the morning of the 25th hi arose and attacked his Barcomtdes Feast with undiminished fury fly 11 oclock It was finished He took It down Into the little dining room set it on the mantelpiece and then called Mrs Caswatter to look at it There your Thanksgiving dinner ho said Wen look at that and Imagine Its real Mrs Caswatter was Ialbt1m pressed What a genius you arch she said admiringly That turkey looks as If it had just been taken from tho oven I can smell It And the cranberry sauce At 12 oclock Mrs Caswalter tapped at her husbands door My dear she Bald I hate to disturb ou but Mr Ttiblln the grocer Is down below Ifs said hes called for the balance of his account I told him you were busy but ho said hed like to see you and hed wait Caswatter groaned Well Ill be right down dear he said When ho went downstairs ho found Tublln in the diningroom standing be fore the turkey picture openmouthed with admiration A fine picture that air he said with feeling About that balance How much h It nuked tho artist Its only 535 replied the grocer- I was just passing andI never seeR a prettier piece of work than that Itll make a dandy thing for my window You look in next week some time and Ill pay you said Caswatter Much obliged said the grocer ab sently Now that picture I wonder where I could buy ono like It1 You can have that for a 10 bill said Caswatter The grocer Instantly produced a fat pocketbook atilt taking out a bill laid It on the tnblo and advanced to the pie ture Here its wet yot said Caswattor So It Is said the grocer Well1 must handle It carefully Thats going fh help trade this afternoon and this evening Good evening Mr Caswat s ter Caswatter looked at the 10 bill ort tho table Then he smote his fore headOh art he cried In anguish But an exact replication of the pictured turkey smoked on his table the next day And If when hIs last rices of pumpkin pie was consumed Casvat tar was not thankful he rcrtamly tucked It Chicago Dally NOTCH THE CITIZEN 1 u I I 11 lI+H I I I H 1111 I I I II The Home JBimtB LESTER RILL Editor tttII1 1IIttHHA New Method of Preserving FoodI All ingenious method of preserving loot him recently IxHsndovised which is based on the fact that Knvdored gelatin or tliin shirts of tliu miino material nut only do not spoil but i urn capable of protecting incorjwr ated substances from bacteria mois turn and other agencies which bring about dicoinHHition Thus to inako a concentrated beef extract tea or coffee extract soup etc tin liquid in mixed hot with jwr cent of pri mary gulatin which differs from the lOlIIlIIoroinlnrtlclu in not having thu gluoliku tasto of the litter After cooling n jelly in formed and this in cut into thin Ilium and dried by a current of cold air until it Ixconieri brittle Vhun thin con dition in reached the sheets are then reduced to n flaw jxnvdor which will keep indelinituly While it will ab sorb moisture it does not do to n ilegree to occasion dccomjxMition and the inoiHturo subsequently giveli off in dry air The Kinder while likely to cake forum n brittle cuke not interfering with HH use while it in too band for imutts When placed in warm wa ter it dmnolvtm immediately and thus ready for um If heated above the temHtratimi of tailing water bur fore packing nil disciim or other germs will lx killed and to secure the lxt results the jxwdor Hhotild lx packed airtight Such a con centrated furl PxNwvuceN many ad vantage tad ill miticoptihlo of wide vxploralioilsilurlers Old Mother SmllesatWoe Rarely is tho relation Ixitweon cheerfulness and longevity lx tterom pliuxiwd than in the life of Old Mother SlIIilctCt Woo who at the ago of one hundred and seven is thu mull conspicuous momlxir of tilt Ncbraidm Indian reservation While yet a child this woman rt ChtCllwr optimistic name from tilt philosophic manner in which she met misfortune sad throughout her long life slaw IIIIH maintained the mime chcvrfnl spirit Now day after dutyNhu nita knitting lItltrMslur Jonori in the October Jloimc kerjifr The friends of her youth have long dojmrted alien palofnoi y 9have imnrixnl tlio lands of her fathers and llniM will sown lx written to tho story of her long life but she has resolved that till story shall have a happy ending and the change that in Noun to come to her holds nothing of terror AH nhe sits knitting a senile every now and thou lights up her lIPIllrhrowlllOlIutCJlIIllIl Hum iniHccnctM of the ntirring times of half a century or more ago flit through her mind and her look HOOIIIS to nay Mine has Ixon a busy n trying an exciting life full of hard hhiH and norrows but I do not ru grot it I am glad to have lived A winter of lifo has taught me the futility of worrying and I know that everything mints out right in the endFew Hwkon or written sermons preach a more valuable lesson than in afforded by the life of old Mother Smile atWou Throughout all the trilxH tier fame IIIIH extended und her cheerfulness under adverse conditions in held up for the emulation of tit younger inomlx rs Old Mother Snliltsat Woo only a savage you nay y Then may her tribe increase tIHIIII IHII11 IIE + The School T JOHN WIRT DIHSMORB Editor HHHM1 ii H1MIH Consolidation of Schools Continues to Win Favor The cause of consolidation of schools continues to win favor in high places It now advocated by every State superintendent of public in struction of the by an over whelming majority of county super intendents by most teachers snub by u goodly number of those who have children in thu schools Within the last two years tho ma jority of thu governors of tho States have urged legislation to prevent tho further subdivision of schools and to increase consolidation lu Ton IICHHCO both Governor McMillin in lust message and Governor Frazier in his first message to tho legislature urged such legislation in thu strong est terms Governor Frazier says sly hUltltiblltiOIl IOUds IIIU to tho conclusion that ill ninny counties of tho State there are too many school districts tad too many schools The school fund is scattered among nu merous small and weak schools thus limiting tho capacity und effective new and shortening the term of alt- A small school is always u wreak i n school it huts not the vital and grow lug jxnver that numbers give Ono of the crying needs of our public school system in Tennessee is reasonable and practical consoli dation The tendency in our Stale to multiply rural schools so as to locate a public school near to every mans door hits caused n great waste of public money and huts seriously impaired the efficiency of our public schools Wo need above all things stronger schools mid longer school terms HHHH + IIIIH IHH The Farm ii B1LAS CBBBTBR MASON Editor 1111 I I 111 I I I I tl1tI1ttIFF- irst Cost of Ducks A trio of good ordinary market stock Hhould Ix iirchiiHablu for about seven dollars Ducks urn nut like hens thuy do not lay all lie year round but when they start they are attentive to the business of egg pro diction daily no that u couple of mature Pokins will provide you with u soiling in six days AH you will want to keep HOIIIO of the young ones for next years stock ask the breeder you buy from to ship you birds two years old as their progeny is strong er- Iekins never want to sit HO hens miiHt Ix used for hatching until your stock is large enough to fillno in cubator in a few days artificial duck raising is without doubt the held Think of onu farm in Massachusetts that markets fortyfive Jhoimand young ducks annually sells two tons of feathers and kens twelve lain ilred breeders Would such an im melee business lx possible in tho old niyy Though Pekins dont IHHK water to Hwim in they must have quantities to drink always fresh and clean which means that drinking pnllll trust Ixt refilled three times a day and lx so coimtrnctisl to enable tho bird to submerge tho whole bill in thu water 1Vhyt Because thorn are two small holes at tho baste of tho bill which Ix come clogged with feel or mud and unlttw licycan rinse these out when drinking tho poor things smother A mUll who lad a broiler farm war our place three years ago bought a hundred locks eggs hatchet out a tine lot of youngsters and lost everyone within two weeks through using a water fountain in the brooder that was too shallow As I had lots of ducks ut the time ho brought some over for mo to see Thero was no thing whatever the matter with then except that their little nostrils were all ntopxd up with tho soft food So pray romomlxir this very impor tant dintlion when you are arranging drinking water for ducks young o oldthey must not bo ablo to into till pan with tholr feet or Ixxlies but their entire heads must have frco entrance Farming In Other Days A groat many farmers nowadays complain of their lot but what they WOII done three or four con turies ago is hard to imagine Dr W J Wolfo in writing to tho Youth Companion claims thntlIin 1501 a laborer got four x nco n dutywith meat mid drink or eight pence to ten pence finding himself Mowers got eight price with food or four teen xtnce without it reapers six pence or twelve pence In 1582 a caK n cost six pence a calf fiv shillings a firkin of butter seven shillings seven jx ncoa cock for fight hug four ponce a pullet three ponce The prices of other farm stock were on the attune milo It is n trifle late but to tho farmers of the year 1501 wo extend our sympathy Selection of Seed Important TJioro is lilllo doubt in tho minds greatlyinoreashng using cure in the selection of seed says the Rural World Tho gen urn impression among farmers is that this is rather a dillicult task and that tho results obtained do not war rant tho oxtra care In tho case of wheat however Prof B P Mnmford has shown that by running whea- through a fanning still andsowing only the larger grains that tho iol cnn bo much improved and that tho longer the plan is followed tho bettor tho results Ho states that from his observations with eighty varieties of wheat that farmers mold increase their yield tOil per cent Breakfast without an Obelisk Bis cuit is like u love letter written with n typo writer at Welchs For Sale Nico clovor hay loose House cured Delivered in Beret for COc a hundred when not less than 1 ton is purchased timothyllayFor further pnrticulnrs address S 0 Talon heron Ky By A W FERRINItCopyrlKhf by I T was llonjiiniln Kninklln who sad thnt the turkey und not the bald hemlcd eiicle nhould be the Amer loin niitloniil bird and the trlb ute which the imtrlotinilloHOpher paid to till piece de rcglxtuncc of the ThnnkMRlvlti day feast Is better de nerved now then It was in Frunkllna tiny for while an oooiislonnl eagle still tilts from crag to crag on the turkey the mm never eels The turkey follows the slag whatever the constitution may do niul wherever Uncle Ham has set his toot whether In the miowdrlfts of AlnNka or on the flowery soil of time Philippine ThnnkHKlvInK day In lion and filially with the Fourth of July liven In the effete capitals of Europe JBAISISO A TUIIKCT 1N KENTUCKY the aristocratic partridge and pheasant have to give way on Thanksgiving day to the ponderous gobbler The eagle Is n pirate he cannot sing nudrwhile tats single stunt may be cm blemntlc of freedom It lit of u freedom which respects not the rights of others Consider the turkey how ho grows Ho tolls not neither does he spin yet Solomon In all hits glory never ate more delicious food titan he furnlshe Ills plumage ranks him little lower than the peacock while his gobble makes music compared to the hoarse scream of the far flying eagle All he lives for Is to enhance the joy of hU human friends Then too ho Is dis tinctly an American TIll bald eagle IH It U true also an aborigine but there are other eagles The czar the kaiser and the emperor of Austria bear eagles on their shields The turkey won never even heard of in Europe be Forenearly four turkey hits roosted on his genealogical tree In the forests of America and be fore tho white man came tho red In diana who sprang from the soil ven crated him The first turkey appeared In written history about time year 1520 when the Spanish conquerors of Mexico found him at the court of Montezuma Speci mess of Uio new fowl were sent home to Spain by the companions of Cortea stud within live years thereafter the turkey appeared In England where be soon became a general favorite Civil and natural history hind not then been reduced to an exact science and lu the common confusion of America with the Indies the turkey become Involved The name Turkey was then often used as a synonym for the orient hence tho erroneous appellation which the bint Theaor coq dlndc Indian cock However tho turkey by another tame would taste no sweeter and popular disappro bation of tbF sultan has never extend ed to the fowl which bears his cOlin trys name It U a moot question among oral thologists whether the present day time key Is a descendant of tho Mexican bird domesticated in England and brought back to America by the phi grim fathers or Is tho wild turkey of the United States tamed Whatever the tame turkeys remotest origin tae breeders frequently Introduce Into their locks wild turkeys captured In the woods oc raised from eggs to give stamina and time gamy taste so prized birdyinns imperial coop or to the wilds of the north as ho chooses Ithodc Island line been until recently the principal turkey state with Con necticut n close second but now west ern turkeys aro coming Into the east ern market in largo numbers and Kentucky Is also waking a good bid for the banner The Ithodo Island turkey still keeps his reputation ns the best born and best broil birth of his specie In Amen ca however and It Is trout the Rhode Island range that the presidents tur key comes every year Hiram Pose the famous turkey buyer has been sending annual turkeys to the White House since General Crant was there and no complaint as to their quality has yet been registered by the reclp lentsThe bronze turkey is Rhode Is lands pride and this bird adds to Its beauty unparalleled delicacy of flesh and Il1IlUellKO size It Is recorded that the turkey sent by Mr Vose to General Grant weighed forty pounds Mr Clevelands turkey weighed fifty pounds but Mr Cleveland is a much heavier wan than Grant was For President Iloosevclt the farms of Rhode Island have been scoured this year for a record breaking heavy weight and one with a reputation as a fighter anti the father of a large tam ily Most of the presidential turkeys have been raised nt Westerly on the farm of mills Miner otherwise Asia Miner by analogy- In Kentucky nN In Rhode Island tho outdoor method of turkey raising in being extensively practiced Turkeys have always been regarded as ill cult to rear Time new method Is to imitate natural conditions as fur as practica ble and thus to save the flocks from time epidemic and other Ills of civiliza Ion to which they have long been heirs The birds are provided with neither shelter nor roosts even In win ter They arc fed liberally and in the spring are furnished with halt barrels for nests but there Is I1 little Interfer dice as possible with their ways of liv lug Whole corn sweet apples and grasshoppers are considered the best turkey food Comment which is more commonly used fattens the bird more rapidly but renders the flesh of poorer quality llreedlng by selection pick Ing out the largest individuals from generation to generation Is largely responsible for time greater size whlcb the domtMtlc turkey obtain over the wild birth Thousands of turkeys are raised by Kentucky negroes on their little hold lugs and to the negroes also falls the AX ARMFUL OP DINKEB task of slaughtering and picking the fowls grown on the large ranges For this work they get 2Vi cents per turk The roads during the early days of November are dotted with marching flocks leaving the farms and converg lag on tho towns where the birds ere dressed mad packed into refrigerator cars or placed alive in wicker baskets to be shipped to every point of tho compass Despite the abundance of turkeys In Kentucky tho negros proverbial love of fowl and the natural disposition to regard stolen fruits or turkeys us sweetest require the owner of a turkey yard to be careful about locking up at night Turkey shoots and raf lies are very popular with the colored folk and the lucky winner of a bird carrying home Ills prize in triumph would not change places with Caesar leading captive kings In chains behind his chariot TIle First Thankeatvtog Tho earliest recorded appointment of a Thanksgiving day was In 1023 There haul been nn unfavorable season for the young American colony and star vation seemed Imminent To avert the terrible calamity a day of humiliation and prayer was appointed and In the midst of tho solemn observance tho ruin descended copiously The crops afterward yielded an abundant tine vest To thank God with nil their hearts for the good world anti the good timings In It the first American Thanksgiving was oillclally proclaimed and duly celebrated In the fort church end Elder Urewstvr preached a sermon IlK eY n iL4 a The Old house IIthe Cho1lfgiYingwffh tenoeanceBV WILLIS D HAWKIN AUTfT ELECTA COPYFION WrL1I3 WIUN4 HE sitting room Ore was to be built but Chester Hard lag with the basket of kindling before him sat In the low splint bottom rocker and stared gloomily Into the deep old fashioned fireplace the same chair In which his gentle little mother twentyfive years ago hall rocked and crooned and kissed away his baby troubles time sauna flrephrte before which his own beautiful wife timid lost night lulled their precious baby boy to sleep The dead ashes on the cold hearthstone seemed toIhave something In common with the burnt out thnt lay so chili upon his comfortless heart What lined he to be thankful Boon the dear old homestead was to pass to hands torIfar worse than those of strangers hands that would Chester desecrate and destroy through sheer malevolence Motherless at nine and fatherless three years later he halt been left to the rare of his Aunt Electa a strong despotic spinster with decided opinions and a vigorous way of expressing them Ills father not long before his death lad been worsted In n financial trans action by his own brother Chesters Uncle James and had been compelled to mortgage the homestead and Its contents to save himself from Immediate ruin Aunt Electa had ever afterward detested her brother James and openly denounced his pious professions as wicked hypocrisy She had drawn him Chester Into the relentless warfare against Uncle James and the venge ful uncle cut from the same piece as the vengeful aunt had bought and foreclosed the mortgage In the hope of throwing her and her ward out of house unit home Aunt Electa enraged to almost superhuman energy bad moved heaven and earth to raise the necessary money and bad bid III the property Chester was aroused from these recollections by his wife who bad come to dress the baby bj the sitting room fire The joy of the sun bright morning was In her thankful young mother heart as she begun with merry mock seri ousness to chide her dilatory husband for not having Uncle Jamti yet even laid the kindling Look at your naughty papa she said holding the baby before him Shame on u big lazy fellow She took a little dimpled humid In hers and pointed a tiny pink flnger at the object of this1 make believe shame Chester turned toward her within a forced smile and took the baby train her arms Why Chester what Is time matter lie kissed her trembling lips There said he I was only foolish for n moment over Home thoughts about the long ago past before I bad your beautiful love to make me always always happy Still she appealed with her lug brown eyes turned wistfully up to his and he saw that It was useless to delay her enlightenment longer Already her Thanksgiving day had beets spoiled Well little girl he said with nn effort to make light of the mutter we trust give up the old home I lave been served with notice to quit Why What for Notice from whom T It was oc r shocking Intelligence She knew how dearly lovetl the old place he had lived In so long From Uncle James he answered lIe owns everything here ClIesterIElcctn left no will mid her brother being next of kin she Mm hinting had risen and now stood beside the chair holding bands head against her breast sever mind dear she said with sympathy we buy the old place backMrsHut Chester shook his head Some time Is us bad as no time In a week Uncle James will have the house torn down and Us contents scattered to the winds I know him He will chop down every tree and gloat over the knowledge that each stroke Qt the ax cuts Into my heart lIe hate me as relentlessly as Aunt Electa hated him The rest of the forenoon was passed In dismal de spair Mrs Harding with that niceness of perception which rome of true sympathy had decided not to have the Thanksgiving dinner she had planned It would be a mockery n reminder of the blessings Chester had missed So she set the table for the simple meal they ordinarily had at midday It was nearly ready when the doorbell rang and Chester inwardly resenting Intrusion narH i 11 I trust I for dinner said a cheery faced man whom Chester recognized as t minister who had been pointed out to him ou the street the Such as It In tine for It said Chester The Inside before even this dubious Invitation was extended him to the sitting room and went to tell his wiferespondOlIhll Did a little woman opens a pair of big brown eyes to their widest those three short words as If each were a separate explosion and bunds In final despair you may know fate has done its worst And long been under the strain of n really great grief heaping on of petty misfortunes III apt to stir a of the ridiculous in you Chester looking Into wifes dejected face burst Into uncontrollable laughter which it was difficult to keep the minister from hearing Grasping his sides with both hands be staggered about the dining room trying In vain to suppress his paroxysms until hula wife catching the Infection Joined him In the Idiotic Indian dance stuffing her apron Into her mouth to smother her shrieks of laughterNear the end of the dinner time minister chanced to speak of Chester ns a member of his church and Chester corrected him It then transpired that the minister having received an Invitation to dine with James tinning lad asked for Mr Hatdings house and bad been directed to Chester After due apologle for his mistake the minister asked the privilege of reading a chapter from the Scriptures and Mrs Harding brought Aunt Electas big clasp BIble the only one In the house At sight of the book Chester re proached himself for having shamelessly forgotten a tacit promise be had made to his aunt on the day of her death Aunt Elcctas fatal Illness had beret characteristleThe Bible of hershort sharp violentami she had died In a convulsion To the lust sue had stoutly maintained that she was not going to die and had Insisted on being pillowed up that she might fortify herself to bear her pains by reading her Bible Chet she hind said between vrltblngs I dont lay the claim I ought to religion but I tell you whin Im in pair or trouble theres nothing that bolsters me up like the book of Job When youre lu trouble and havent any old smut to come to read the book of Job Its mighty solacing In an hour she was dead Now when the minister was gone Chester sitting again In the low rocker with the baby on his knee asked hulk wife to read the hook of Job to him She had finished the first chapter and begun the second when she turned the leaf and a loose sheet fluttered out As she picked It up her eye caught the boldly written words Last Will aril Testament of Electa Harding Chester lice tone startled him The will She almost fainted The document was offered for probate next day and though the witnesses r had moved away there was no doubt about Aunt Electas sprawling signature What could have possessed her to hide It away in such a place asked the mistress of time old homestead I think I know answered the master I think she wanted Uncle James to hope awhile so that he might suffer all the more In the end Isnt that a dreadful spirit to wish to pursue ones enemy even after one U dead Chester do you think Aunt Electa la Cn heaven She Is If she knows how badly Uncle James la cut up The Citizen AH IxpErcKDKXT FAHILT NnsuPD rnbllihed every Tbutajr it Berr Ky JAMES M RACER Editor D4 rubltsb- ersvascnrrrloN RATES MVABU III 1DTJL3CX One year tnle Throe niz mouths 0y and money by PoitoOc Money Or4n Ea ltakn4lAtterThe lIt tiler your name show to wba lato your lubtcrlptloa It paid II It li not Ihtnied within thr Wee alter aendloc UI honey notify UI I Butxcrlbtri wliblng Till CimiX topp pun notify ui at the tzplratlon of tbilr sub lortpUon paylntall arrrar otherwise we ibtl looaldtr that they With It continued Hotlfr na at one oliany cbanrelo sound Irm jiving both old and nw addrttwi- MlMlnr If fp tha mathorotherwewillgadlybup lied If we are notified Agenta Wanted In every locality Write for hrai Anyone Mndlng lu four new ycarl rabicrlptloni will receive Tut Cmnx tree tor ine year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop Secondpmt oppose Richmond Ky Ho Fools Bad Who is atopped up with a Cold in the Head or Cheat Quinine may make you sick but if you will apply Para camph freely and snuff up the nose you will get instant relief because il the pores stimulates the circu tation and removes all congestion fever and inflammation Paracamph prevents Pneumonia our hang on Try a 25c bottle today S E Welch Jr Druggist Ice Cream f All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Emits Early Vegetables Jt Je Jt Phono JOESNo58 Select Grocer and Caterer Joes Corner Richmond Ky Thousands Curod DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cur ed thousads of cases of Piles I bou ght a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo on the recommendation of our druggist so writes C H LaCroix of Pavalla Tex and used It for H stubborn case of Piles It cured me permanently Sold by East End Drug Co Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky A Good Complexion Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks restored by using DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P Moore of Nacogdoches Tex A certain cure for biliousness constipation etc Small- pilJCBSV to take easy to act Sold by East End Drug Co Miller House J fitted up Meals sad Boar and Lodging at populai prices Next door to Joes I R G Engle Prop Uain St Richmond Ky Williams is better prepay ad than aver to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL BEPARING romptly Clean lag sad Prossiug a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea KT Mothers Pralso It Mothers everywhere praise One Min ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it hu relieved and the lives it has saved A certain cure for coughs croup and whopping cough A L Spafford Postmaster of Cheater Mich says Our little girl was unconcioue from strangulation during a sudden rmd- lerrlblev attack of oroup One Minute Cough Cure quickly relieved and cured her and I cannot praise it too highly One Minute Cough Cure re tiered coughs makes breathing easy- Buts out phlegm draws out In6amaI- IOD and removes ever cause of a eouirh and strain on the lungs Sold by East End Drug Co JtJh WrtWr Iii ih1r to l rnui r- 1EtUplUYl1t1JUt far All lIBnrltrts By DR F SPINCER HALDW1N Professor of Political Economy at Botton University QUK question Is There Work Knotigh for Allmust be answered in the negative In general the supply of labor tends to outrun the demand for laboror the supply of work A certain amount of unemployment scents to be a natural and inevitable condition in modern industrial society The causes of unemployment may be classified as in dividual and social The former include physical mental and moral disabilities which unfit individuals for work In some cases sheer distaste for steady labor accounts for un employment There is n class of persons who arc out of work by choice rather than through necessity This class has been aptly designated by George Ade as the Misemployed The unemployed ex plains this genial philosopher are those who want wurk but cant find it the disemploycd arc those who wont take work wheVi it is offered The social causes of unemployment may he reduced on analysis to three groups In the first place industrial progress brings improvements in production and distribution which result in the disphccmcnt of labor A new invention usually hits this effect in the first instance In the very nature of things economy of labor is accompanied by temporary increase of unemployment This appears to be the price of in dustrial progress Moreover there is a natural alternation of good and had times in the business world A period of prosperity is followed regularly by a period of depression Prosperity encourages overproduction and when the reaction sets in surplus workers are thrown out of employment This cause of unemployment is aggravated in this country by fcrcign immigration which is unduly stimulated by business activity Finally in addition to thes general social causes of unemployment special local and trade disturbances play a large part Frequently a local industry is depressed by competition from a new source as in the case of the New England cotton industry during recent ytvirs In Some industries time weather conditions produce a natural fluctuation between active and dull seasons The building and transport trades arc pecu liarly subject to this disturbing influence Discussion of remedies for employment lies beyond the scope of this paper I will meicly rcnurk that a complete remedy seems im possible Unless industrial society becomes absolutely stationary a certain amount unemployment will doubtless always exist Partial or palliative remedies for the evil may be found in the restriction of immi gration the provision of public employment bureaus and time establish ment of labor colonies These three measures seep to me to be prac ticable and promising ijJl1 Juinrrsity nub 1Rr1iliul 5 Ei1txaItDu By PROF WILLIAM R HARPER President University of Chicago lWInlUrlt WtUrl1rrn No theological semi nary in the United States has solved a religious problem 50 ears and religious edu cation must he taken out these institutionsami given over to the uiiiver shies The large universities because of ignorance cowardice and indifer once have given too little attention to religious education and have let the entire matter drift The result is that nothing tangible has been done Now there is beginning to be a feeling that something must be accomplished Biblical research must be raised to a level with other historical research The college curriculum relating to religious study must be broadened How can the university longer ignore sound religious education The college training has been negligent in everything connected with higher ethical life The theological seminaries have not been labora tories for religious life and practice They have turned out merely expert propagandists of the same character as their constructors 50 yean not a single important problem has been solved in a theological seminary in the United States The solution of these problems is not to come from the seminaries or the churches but from the universities The churches arc too much occupied with de nominationalism They are not practical In the uni versities departments already exist which are doing much to solve many problems such as the h part nients of psychology sociology and philosophy Only the college can emphasize the practical side of religious training The university can be made a laboratory of religionnot a chruch in the accepted sense of this word but a place where men nail women can be taught to make practical application of the truths it teaches I By PROF GORDON A SOUTHWORTH Superintendent of Public ScbooIiSomervllleMit in of In Is the preponderance of women teachers tending to feminize the schools Are the schools making effeminate men No 11IIcen little change in the relative number of men anal women teachers during the last 50 years Schools must be judged by their product Arc the men of this generation more womanish than their fathers If there were less sturdiness of character less manliness more of weakness and effeminacy in men now than formerly it might be attributed to influ ences other than the lack of men teachers But the reverse is true The student body at Harvard are typical products of the schools Have they been feminized or are they less virile than their predecessors The inspiration and impulse toward the attainment of high ideals the establishment of correct moral standards the power ofselfcontrol the scorn of v rong and injustice and the sturdy virtues that make strong good men and loyal citizens may and do come from women teach ers as well as from men It is the character not the sex of the teacher the personality the moral power the greatness of soul that make the differenceThe Rugby boys would not have been feminized nor the Mt Holyoke girls nude less womanly had Dr Arnold and Mary Lyon changed placsa a- S I I r THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson la the International Series for November 27 1004WorldsT- emperance Lesson Prepared by the Highway and Dy WRY Preacher copyright 1WI by J M KJwn lKSSON TKXTlcftlnh I8M memo verse 3 4 Head the whole chapter UUMlKN TKXT They also have erte d through wine und through strong drink are out of the WolIall1h 37 TIMUTSt II C- I1tChJerasacm Introductory Note The versa of the lesson are tile Ilnnllll of n prophecy which Includes chapter BSJ and was spoken concerning tlHt Ie triu tlon of ICphralm IH name by which the northern kingdom of Israel wee known and the I tn piety and foily of Judah Tile chapter from which our kwon 1s tithe refer to the tlmu about the sixth yea r uf llvzoklah king of Judab and Juat prior to the final captivity of lsrael In ilu rvlKiiof lloeea The frown of IrlaX v 1 refers to SMirmrla the capital of Kt ralm The residue v i refers to Jv duh which wax unJoylnK the rlihtoou reign of HezeklMh The they In v 1 refer to certain In Judah who toO have rrrrd trirouxh wine Verses r and Je live the ncoinnic retorts of the drunk itrdi to IsalahH warnings and In verse 111J we have the prophets answer theretf The Lesson Outline TIIKMKTh Ortat Destroyer lThe Doom uf the Urunksrdvs 14 I Hobbed Olorloui beauty to a tat lag nowrrv 1 I OvercemeC down to theenrlb trodden under rootvs J I- IS Destroyed A fading newer Heat fruit lhalheratelhupv1 II The Iteward of HUht oune iv A U Health and ll aut CrowBufifiory- dlad ni of beautyv k m Wtedem Spirit of Judgm atv C 131 Strencth StreBitth to them thai turn the battle to the galer s 111 The treys of the lruakardu 7tl tt Downward Are out uf the way y T IS fnconvrolled Apaetltesiwallo up of wtnev 7 O Incapacitated Err In vision tumble la Btv 7 141 tnctan VmtlsadatbneenI C1 Jroubom shall he teach kaowl slit ar rather ball the preprei teach us kaawiedtcet I 4 Irefaae Verse N Is u sort of meek err of the afepaets mreeaa- IV Cods Final Msssaere 1111 I WaralBKVUh tIunlhtaalb1He p kv 11 a heathen nation aboar longthen- taed te und rtaad C The night Way 1otaled OutThII- I the rest This Is the rfnw- bInIC1a Simplicity uf the Metsaisev 11 Comparing Scripture With Scripture I The Doom of the lJrun1artl1I llobbed v tll8lab gives us heie I xllmpse of nonce glorious nation that Is being besotted and robbed of ever trace ot beauty and glory Aa howI strong drink stripe of everything home wife children rioada position maI hood See it on every hand The area t est robber la the world today Is Stron Drink It rubs nations sad iadlvM ualst2 I Overcome n 3hl3e1 was JUOI on the brink of detraction mighty and a strong oar III the person of Assyria WM toon to sweep down and overcome the nation made weak and dli solute through drink Samaria that beautiful city the pride of the nation won to be cast down The man whe puttetb his hand to the cup has flvr hlmtelf Into the hands of an enemy that will finally overcome him I 1 Destroyed v cftNIl 2 Kings 17133 fur the story of how utterly Is i reel was destroyed The figure of the fading flower tells of the deiwrtfd glory of Jkrael and the figure of the early Iru t that was quickly eaten expreu4r the haste and raecraest with which tb Assyrian foe utterly ronnuwed tb cit lea and land of Israel Strung drink hu plunged many a nation to dcwtnictloo Anil it claims UB victims by the bun ilrwls of thousands every earProv 2332 II The Heward of ItlghteotuaeM 1 Health and beauty v 5 2 wisdom 3 strength v GWhat a pleure this Is of une who is temperate In all things I1 Cor 925 Daniel otters striking ex ample of the value of total abstinence Note the connection between the 8th IGth verses of the flat chapter of land The Ways of the Drunkard D Downward How swift and sure il U t 12 l Apppl lies livery thing la sacrificed to satisfy the awful cray ass 3 Incapacitated The man who minifies In strong drink Is physically- tad morally disqualified to till any posl lon of trust or responsibility n Unclean To see the drunkard In his help ess maudlin moments Is to understand ill that this Implies Hj Proud ThU Is one of the drunkards strong chorac erlitlcs G Profane Strong Drink releases the tongue which sends forth c Food of foulmouthed oaths and unclean alk Ah how Isaiah In these verses has tutllned the course of the drunkard lrov 23 + 2932 IV Gods Final Message 1 Warn- Ing Drunkards are barrIo front leaven 1 Cor 610 Gal o21 And In his life they sink below the level of the brute creation 2 The right way stunted out The drinker deludes him elf that In his cup he finds rest and refreshing but God points the only way to these Isa 263 3 Simplicity the Message Gods message to the seedy wayward soul of man Is always simple The drunkard needs not the gold cure or any other cure which man can Invent He needs the blood curert Jesus can save where all else ratio Heb 15 The Golden Text They also have erred through win and through strong drink are out of the war1t Wine ItStrong Drink1t The levlls own Pair Wine comes with her htlceinents She makes captive the ape elite and leads It away upon errors athway The way seems pleasant the ompany delightful the prospect alloy Ing But ere long the fair temptress In oduces her friend Giant Strong Drink He appears like a jolly good fellow and loon ho and Mr Soul and Body are fast lends For friendships sake the wit II put In chains and ambition lore odor everythlor ii given up r ol1 GOD IS CALLING tied Is rttllnci Airereadheadbroth- en for the right nark eke cry of drunkard fhlldrv women trampted In tour Oh We swift my Itr iher an helllInlil battle rr lae tiM See the title feet ss feeble gee tilt e1a whose tears w2l Shoal Fee the little anas upllftwJ plead for lielp jet tlvmbh so HaH ot fallhJvl uses ye ran tot spur that killer ere of woe Obi tx swift I Till ds3s are lnRnwill end our working day Onward romea H crowd of children luual In merrily at play And before theca lies tbedsaser the lItuot laa lion their way They are growth men and womencan WI awed them ream It stilly Oh my lalra save the children ye eai says them from thin III lie your feet swift sad yow hearts brow and u true aa Meet yow will Aa 1 read of One 1VM loves us In my hear I hear thai plea As 41 do le lbws Afy chllrfren ye ar doles H to Me A lie died to brtajt M freedom let us tfto make uses Des Hearts of faithful tees before you tier a hard and weary strife Dark the way tat sad tile roadway U will rocks and thorns M rife Vri the hattte plead will mocn for ail a Maher tnirt life Ood la ralllnc Answer gtadlj We an rudy te obey rrum far or ear era ran see at last tit dust of battle tray Oh be itad each aol rvjolelns In theCawa inn of the dyl National Advocate FENCE AND SERPENT A TetNHornnce Sermon from a Text teeny the Seek ef Boele- clnttM Tot writer of the book which wi call Ificrlealastes said In hla OWN pith and seatentloos way long ago that Whose rmkoth a hedge a scrtmi shall bite him pmt Ute word In tINt original appears to refer to a stotn wall rather than a punted boundary M our revtwrs nlgnlfy by a sew rea toting What la la the mind of the moralist Is that the man who secret Ij breaks down or removes the lead mark between himself and his neigh par In likely to ind that this same stone pi la has become the refuge of some Creature with avenging fang lad swiftdarting venom so that In the very art of his transgrosalon the iTlldoer Is struck by a dMereJ ehas tlatment says I ho Chicago Interior The fact which was observed by the aspired writer Is one often overlooked ly the modern Moralist nevertMoleao It In true that It coats a man effort to do wrong Not only don the saint have to nrht against his better na ore and bis active conscience When lime one asked Charles Lamb how ha fame to be suck s slave to tobacco be frankly replied that IMt tolled after It aa some men after virtue Instead of being an unlucky mission the Irst step In a criminal mane Is very Ikely to be a painful climb The buy S r rot always frightened late bis Ant 1If be deliberately ships sad fish ions It and presents It with mil Ire pretense to his parents He does nut fall off a store will he breaks hrough It Rat while there la a fence around very sin one can throw It down Il Is not a Sierra It ls not an Bhren ireltsteln laughing at IDa of every caliber with an equal contempt The toy who will drink must fight down hl8 scrnplrs but he can oveirowetb The young employe who Is tempted to take a flyer In the stock market or the wkrai pit will know more than Inc wakeful hour and fitful dream over tie lipglnnlnga of Hpeculatlon bat steal I e ran If he will Only out of his experience will shoal girth his own punishment Kirk s4n rings forth Its own peculiar penalty Ike a serpent shoot Inn out tinMpect dly from a broken wall lylnn does not beget n headache but more lyliiR Drink create thirst nail punishes II foIC with drinking Llcrintlousnosa tie llos tho body and rots It Everyone of Hods fences hlilos within itself Its Dent hilt surd avenger Icopln whore looking for evidences of a moral ulor of the universe might well pause nnll study such facts ntt were obvious to the wIe innn of 3000 years ago ind which are not leu obvious to one with ryes to see In our own day Go on In your deliberately chosen inth says the Preacher of the Old Testament but remember that for all- thesoI things God will bring you Into udginftnt TliP young men who have i been brought up lit those Christian omen about us do not slip Into sin- bey break Into wrongdoing It In not lattirul It Is not easy for them to rant ort the restraints of piety and faith nor Is It safe The penalty Is not re mol 11 but near not arbitrary but 1m eratlve not falling out of a clear sky 1J11t darting from the very center and Imdovr of the sin Itself This Is n tudy In psychology which wn rom uenil to thOu who would deny with sets which have a real reference to iractlcal life- Sentiment Against Saloon A genuine revival of temperance entlment In reported Innn preen ouuty Arkansas Muny persons who rreloforo have favored the llcenslni IIC saloons are now throwing their In iifrce against ItILoss of rev uue uccuunlc fur much uthluu UfrlMllJusfJttsltllus- lllJru WITH WATER IWAR 7hc Grmt Conflict In the East Demonstrates the SuperIoritytof Temperate Soldiers While nil FVPH ire tiirnml In the direction of Port Arthur It may fct well to remember that war lint IU tem Iterance lessons UH well as peace Many yoars ago the late Sir Henjnmln Ward Ittciiardson declared Nuvor let mnan Itt forgotten In thinking strong drink that the drink te tblltjonly lo destroy that It never by powlblllty adds strength to thaM drink It nail bin declaration has re ceived the backing of athletes moun tnlnifini oxplorars aud generals la w cry part of the world Tim old fallacy that Intoxicating liquors produce strength and give mi durance has hoes exploded niul the omen and womnn who take strong drink under the delusion that it will make them strung haw HO evidence whatever in support of their mil For almost without excep lion when a man of sally renKtrkabla physical ability speaks upon the sub- Jct he present a totally different view of eke rage amt when recenls its broken and great athletic and military victories are won It Is almost Invari ably without this aid af liquor Tnls la mnpttosliod frost both aide In lbe present stnIUle la the east The Jans are a very abeteinkMM race and tholr bravery and vHdnrane dur lag the present campaign have been roHutrtmble and now there cornea the Intelligence that opts lndnlgenc la drink by the Utioalana has aaatimeil ap plain dlmenstona and ties Knronat kin has Issued trlsert ordors pro blbltlag the sale of liquors This Is very slRntrteeni It shows that th- eaearl baa recd history to MNM par I pew lar oar greaisat ar orals have been unanlaMrMs In dertertng that drink la MM wily nnnecesaary list In lurtous to soldiers in the iwtrferrouoc oj their arduous work Sir Hvelya Wood In ISS1 testified Threw dWfjt the Crimea tbeae were UII beet sad neattHteat aotdlcrs and adorn who tihlInot touch Intoxicating drink A years later lord Wwbtalwy tt6WIThere are yet some great iinemles I be encountered by the Halted King dos lint the usual pretdmc namy la drink It kills mote titan all our newest wMpons of warfare nod not oat destroys the body bat the alad and sou also Tha Asbaato war the fswout Ked river expedltta and not so long ago the aerie of brilliant and dee halve acblevea enta In the rkiudan campaign of int hy lArd KltrhenoT std his troops were accom pushed on nothing stronger than water And hove we not the Mthoritr of the field marshal that thaaa wonderful British marches U tile African campaign were a eoIthrough the remarkable ttte4I the troops At a mealy haM at Bloemfonteln lArd Robert s uld HHa was proud lo be the leadv at toM heat behaved army rn the world They bad e tent splendidly marched uaoom plalnlngly sad endured all the hard ohlps of the campaign The whole army have been members of the Army Temperance asaorlatlon Moddor river- was all they had to drink and lone limes little of that Thus U Is not surprising that Qe Knropatkln should sot have been slow to profit from the experience af his roBtemnorartea For without notify lag bMooabfd In the slrghteat doge- simpersaee reformers riD paint to any ranpalgM treat the Crimean war to the present struggle in the mat aa un answerable arguments la favor af war ring without drink declares Ute Scot tish Reformer The old superstition that grog Is a good thing for wen be rove during or after a march has eclarcd lord Wolaeley the coatmand r of the had river expedition been roved by scientific mon of all nations 10 he a fallacy and Is only maintained by men who mistake the cravlHga sris I ng from habit for the prompting at Mture And this statement ls truer oday than ever and Is receiving ml line and emphasis from every sphere or physical activity The moral of his Is as plain to the civilian at to the soldier rBITS OF TEMPERANCE The trustees uf Cotton Cal have mmeted an ordinance providing for hut me saloon In the city and fixing the lit cnin tax at JSCOO- P M Arthur chief of the nmtacr iood of tjiroinotlvo Kngliieord Kays I hat If It were tint for the salocn even tetltlts of all this workingmen would have their own hones The chief of police of Charlotte NeC IK dying from a pistol wound la llcted by a drunken negro who Kt unk on whisky sold to him la a aloon by authority of the city of iiurlote Irlvf tiMhlth 0 by mine will come mrUn And come with u deepe Khnl e uviiii iHrclioni1 un the soul u stain That Korruw bath hcu r etude fhn nil Dot tlu ivtiiptlnK glass fur mis If ircunifu I will Out l e rood Inter Had Invatm1 we i liifir lit Tbuu Infill bicuuie HI aiv id Sir 11 A UfCKuU Science amid Moderate Drinking TbomaH 1ktnton the noted EngtUh h hlclun says The dictum of ttcl fee on tier ubjeit of moderate drink ng is by no means ambiguous Hcl lice dues oat support the plea that Icohol it a harmless pleasant bevru- Kto L cannot support tho plea of the- audrate drinker I bat alcohol Is an ild to bitiltb Hut U dues support till xisltldii of the Iltal ulxtaluer with UII e ihasls wbKh It U culpable to llunKi nl H show thus time abataiaei loIn ito more uuil bottu work 11rs- nlger unil IIn bfulUilcr tlmn time mist I lato ilrtulior Kclsnce In short shows hat the ulHtulusr lives the normal Ife while the moderate drinker liver I tilt ubuoriiiul BUILDING COUNTRY ROADS Ilcport of the Work Being Done In New Jersey Six Indies of EnoughII tho leaders In the present Rood roads movement It was tho Hrat to pass a state aid law b uicafturr that ia In force In every state w bull a uyt matlc work Is dono to pro duce uniform Rood wads The money given by the ttutu la not of Impor tance In this plan It U the state super vial 011 that couiiU for most While the local ofllcora have general charge of the work dune In their county tho slate en rlncerKtvmiaupnrvltlon und advice that prevents much of the waHtelulnoma due PItOAlJ lilKUltK IMIIIUVKMKNT to bad englnrtrlnc and In comp soL corruption New Jewry hot annually inn000 11a aid The Main pays onethird of the the roontlr twothirds und hn- JUT emit of the counties atir nay bP aaacMfd on the lownnblpa The state has apportioned In tkn last ten yearn II600MO The tiMifttlc hue sprat inure than double this amount aa they lay for bridges surveying and Inciden taU Tktr Mate bw buUdM by stale lId SftS miles of road In New Jersey sad at the Iwnlnnlnit or thi year tkrre bad lien appllcatkiiiK for the Imprnve sent of 4M roller When the law wu tlrai propowj tfcer was strong oipotl tton to It mptclaU Iron the county Now the atpUratkHtl from till mantles akttad of the stale apfiroprta Itloxa roM builder In slew Jersey are to lie aJMQM the must advanced HOAli AFTKIt IMrilUVKMKNT America Kiporicncp hat taught tkem that macadam nods in thvojnuntry were boliiR made no 4lcwaly rosily Macadam waa laid on too thick and the roads wore made too wide When they began to get out of the mud In New Jersey they Imade thr macadam 12 Inches deep and Ith stone ImU were xniernlly 1C feet Now moat of the nods have only tlx Inches of ntaradam and are 10 or 31 feet wide Six Inches of macadam intend of 12 tntatui that materiel for Overly covcrliiK live miles of road now rover ten A reduction in width from 1C to 12 feet means a further 26 percent saving Simply slated the rood builder have romiludtd that a thin road will lost as lung as u thick one If given proper and timely maintenance Hero Is a Ktateinrnl of Uw cost of one of these lxlncb macadam roads taken I1nbody from the report of the comrals of public ruads of New Jersey for ia03 Noveinbt t 190- 1lr Henry I lludd Slain 1uinmtnxlerrr of IMibllc lloaJt Tnnton N J Dour Hlr li lww rind ui exact drtallMl tiutrmriil uf tliv Onirrvllln rood town phip of lluMMcll county of Merver start ut New Jersey Tolul length 1040 fret or 197 niCt Width or lcnath ur tuuwbaJlatoo tent Depth of tune tin claps II or xlx Inches Uucudum IJMI fiiuir yards ut crntu total 17130 J- OUaionr rrUlnlnic wall nt Btony brook lit cublr Qtdp ui 6Qi total 1100 IO KncttlnK I feet of rockfuinlia- plMK ut JOrtiuo total 77 40 IowrrlnrtWerul ert u Jlluti stone cuilnw urnmhrd und pet 4x3 Inches llniul fort at 1110 tutus iW4fl- IdiylnK ftrl uf irlnch pip to tail 1M Karlli xravullun Ini aidliK rock 4srw cubic fords a IMCKI vvnta total 14 70 11417 1111u fri ut n irntaj total 60rwRupervls u tinalnecllllarxprIIe hi Tutul 11334 ill contract J5H40 0- 11MlmllllllldIul31r t tlHxltniiin uiadt utter t t r hlfby crrilfy tin utu r talfirt nt to by coirevt und hint ih piivrment woe ronxtriMtiil pitted tmordm to thn accl lnutlnri unit llmt llic ijrpth of thr llrilihed Iuvrtiunt HUF cip II or Inches lit t rp ctrull uuIt SI J I I1KLF Kmliitrr W lit ItltOUmiBflup Tile pJctuna of the road bvlore anti after Improvnnrnt t rn made from BhotccrupSn to the Nen Jtnvy report J A POUND OF BUTTER Some Advice Which II Heeded Will Produce a GiltEdge Article In the omclal report on the Farmers Inatllutoa of Canada last year the dairymaids and farmers wives were toldwhat they doubtlegs knew be fore that a pound of butter contained IA ounces but when It came to the characterization of each of these 1C ounces wo believe that most of thelllI learned something new This way the ounces were described One Ounce of Wisdom Let us show wisdom in selecting and demanding only the best a One Ounce of Precaution W will take the precaution to properly prepare our utensils and leave them In good condition when we are through with them One Ounce of Concentration Hove your mind on your work and you will in a IID no mistakes 4 One Ounce of Clcatillnea ThU is the dairymans motto and needs to to exorcised In the whole process of buttvrnmklng t One Ounce of Determination Thla will help us to orertome all dlfll Ulllea b One Ounce of Prevention The nliiire of buttermakliig In made up IIlenllIIfllWhich Is needed at every stages One Ounce of Prevision What uro the requirements of the market for which this butter is being made Wo iv ill consider this and develop flavor add salt and color to suit our cus tumors 9 One Ounce of Discrimination This is nestled to distinguish flavors It Is also needed In choosing parch ment paper salt etc 10 One Ounce of Acctiracy lly inching use of the scales we shall mow how munch butter there will be In a churning and thus gauge thn lolorlng and salt ItO that we may have bnlfurmtty II One Ounce of Judgment We teed to hove good judgment In choos lag the Umswrature at which to churn Mid for making conditions favorable fur churning at u low temperature 12 One Ounce ut Common Henso It we Me this WII will atop churning when the butter Is In granular form 13 One Ounce of Patience We must have patience In using the timer monuHur In draining the wash water ca the butter and In giving the salt ilmu to dissolve H On Ounce of Ibcparlenre This will kelp us In knowing when the but lit Is worked nnougk and Rot overworked and greasy 11 ORe Ounce of Nentnws This applies to ptrson and product and es porUlly to the printing sad wrapping of the butter U This la the Ounce of Honor Wi will do our best miss what la best- end give suck weight that MM latter wlh be full 1C ounces whale It rMchsx the consumer FACTS FOR DAIRYMEN H IM some good spray to protect the herd from Hies It willrave many iltufn Its cost That frowsy soreeyed calf lies no dUMi It has HcA Give It a groaslug with lord and sulphur Woiwler If your ntmornalbJ haven t something lo do with thai kicking cow See If they are not too long and sharp Tilt wisp dairyman will lest time cow wltk a keen appetite and tint out what she Is doing with tile Mine amount of feet eaten If she Is returning a profit ON the cost give her a chance The use of prtwwrvattves In cream ahlpiHNl to a creamery should be lIla fouraged as Iho preservative inter fares with the dev loMiit nt of tho flavor The dairyman can rejoice In the fact that his farm U Invronslng lu fortuity every year even If ho is only making a 1IllIg at the business Tho only pos sible exception to this Is the moan that produces mill to sell whole An Electric CowMilker The applications of electricity ar now many and various and the possi bilities of a still wider and more va rled use arc almost beyond concep lion but probably few have thought of tho electric agent as a substitute for the otd fashioned method of milking cows Hut our consular agent at lens Ocrmuny In a report to the state de pertinent describes an electric appa ratus for milking cows actually In lisa in that part of lernmny III this con trivance rubber hoods are attached to the udder of the cow These boodi are connected with a vessel for receiving tho milk by means of a rubber tube from whloh the air Is exhausted by means of the electrical device It Is claimed that the auction thus se cured resembles very closely the suck Ing of a calf and that for this reason the roW lets down her mutt mora freely than when milked by hand II Is chin claimed that absolute cleanli ness of the milk may be secured when this method of milking employed Leslies Weekly A New Friend City Forester laic if Springfield Mans bas discovered a new bug which appears to have un exceptional fondness fur the eggs and larvae ot time vim tree beetle and he has reason to believe that tli4i clew discovery may lit of considerable Importance The bun appears to be the enemy of the alto tree bettle and It hue already action plished good results thus far In kill lug and dnitrf ylng the frggr and larval In largo numbers It Is a small black Lug and Mr Ualll has never tefori wren anything like It nor hoe au out Ito whom he line shown It Kuuiuct I GREWSOME FAD OF GIRLS Lively Young Milwaukee Women Shock Friend by Being Photo graphed In Funereal Array There Is a set of lively young women n Milwaukee who have an entirely new fad beltiK photographed in a ccflln Qrewsotne pictures of pretty girls laid out lu garments of the dead ore much prized lu their collections though they are extremely shocking temperamentIA young woman who had been through the ordeal said that she had n friend who Is an undertaker and ho had her picture taken In bin shop lying lu a casket lined with white vel vet and dressed In white The under taker folded her hands and placed llowere around her and she said that when the picture appeared she looked prettier limn she had ever looked be fore which may be one of the reasons tlq she prUes the picture so highly now A friend of hers has pictures of what tiho calls her heroic group One of llicm represents a lick bed with the relative weeping over the dying girl Another represents a body Jusllaid out and the third Is that of a young girt In a casket The group Is enough lu give a ease of nerves to the most lurdcnwl particularly the pictures ate well taken anti from an artistic polui of view leave but little to be a al rod URGES TEACHERS TO WED German Leader Advocates Marriage- as Menus to Aid Cause of Public Education Marriage as a means of fostering public education was advocated at the icreptlon recently given In New York by the Society of Educational He narch in honor ut Drs Von HeeUerg Puncker and Kuypvrs Dr Von See berg and Dr Duucker are privy coun cilors of tho German government and members of the German ministry of lommerte Dr Kuyperv Is superlnten lent of schools at Dusseldorf They have been Investigating public school methods In various parts of America Dr Duncker spoke In high praise of the American system of education as ht and his colleagues had found It lie had discovered he sold that American Instructors touch pupils not to depend too much on others but to help themselves Dr Kuypers said he was greatly impressed with the desire of the American trackers to perfect them stlve in their art and especially as they would be In their profMHlnn only for n short wrlo l lie sail he could nut understand how so many attract ive women teacher could be Induced to stick to their work and thought It would be an excellent thing If they could be persuaded to marry and then interest their husbands In educational work Do You Believe This Sometime a really good story comes from KnRlnntl says tire HprlnRtltld Mass Republican One Is now told of a storm which blew the steeple of a country church 25 degrees out of plumb When the workmen ware trying to straighten It up the next day another Storm collie along and blow It lock Intt1- 110ce Saws Wood with Auto Palmer Jordan of Danlelsou Conn bought a secondhand automobile at Providence It I for a small sum and line rigged It up for sawing wood and it does unique and rapid work lie ran saw a curd of wood in from IS to 20 minutes and then jumpa aboard and runs to the next customer MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov 19 CATTLE Common IS 80 fl 3 05 Heavy steers 4 s b C1 6 50 CA11RSExtra 26 C C 60 HOCS Ch packers p 4 75 Mixed packers 4 60 t C5 SIIHKP Kxtra 1 10 4 16 MM IIS Extra 5 S6 00 FIOUK Spring pat 36 1Sew CORN No 2 mixed 4i 6S OATSNo 2 mixed fi 33 IlYK No 2 83 if 85 HAY Ch timothy l12 25 PORK Clear mesa X412 60 LARD Steam 7 371A J 7 60 BUTTKR Ch dairy S 1C Choice creamery tp AlPIESChntco 2 25 0 2 7- 6IOTAToESPer bbl 1 60 0 1 65 TOI1ACCO New 5 25 012 26 OJ 46 fj 14 80 Chicago FLOUR Wlnlpr pat 5 SO 40 6 40 WHEAT No 2 red 1 14Vj p 1C No 3 spring 1 08 D1 11 CORN No 2 mixed 6- 4OATSNo2 mixed 31 j 32H RYFNo 2 p 79Vj PORK Mesa 11 10 11 15 LARDSteam S7S 7 12VJ New York FLOUR Win sfrts 5 35 t 6 6- 5WJUATNo 2 red to I l CORNNo2 mixed 1j 55 OATSNo 2 mixed 3C l0 37 PORK Family Hi 00 015 60- LARDSteam B 7 40 Baltimore WHEATNo2 red 1 174 CORN No mixed U C8 OATSNo2 mixed 32 CATTIK Steers 16 8 a 37- UOOS J lJrfcssed 00 6 7 10ILoulivlllt- VIIKAT No 2 1 18 redPCORNNo 2 5G OATSNu 2 mixed fV 33g- iARDSteam O 7 7C FORK Mesa Gil 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red II 18 POHN No 2 mixed 0 73 OATS Ka 2 mlx dV 33V Buggy or Carriage Harness F Irosdeprofitlook as well aa tko rest of your turnout or is it shabby and thus detract from the general appearance If BO theres an easy way out of it Select a new sot of Buggy or Carriage Hat ness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old bar ness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky Many Bablbs DIG From Croup every winter Mothers protect your dear little ones by keep Lng the house R bottle of PBraCam ph when Croup Is coming on give a few drops internally apply froelj to the throat and cheat It cuts the phlegm draws out tho lever and in flammation almost instantly It is safe and sure S E Welch Jr Drug gist TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor health I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky the recent action of hlature can students the coming therefore is centealauli Berea College Foundod 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 Largest College Library Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo Course with agriculture for young meal and Domestic for young Ladies Trade Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaur ate degrees MusicChoral free Reed Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will ielp themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a freo gift Students pay a incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart frojn instruction and must alas pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks rnayb brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 TheSchool is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation aiista Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ADPICEADDRESS FOR LVrOBMATION AND FRIENDLY THE 5ECBETAHT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Kt anal u Madison County Roller Mills EIH4ILI41ee Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meat Ship Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another l1IIII 1ti Potts Duerson I Suttoo KT Ihia Koc h DYSPEPSIA CURS DIGESTS YOU EAT Th 1 00 bettle coitili 2 times the trial site 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eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by TOE CITIZEN for two in Berea College whichwill save each one from 800 to 1400 in cash Tire only expense to which they will be put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in Berea than at any other firttclast 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 anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot below and mail to THE CITIZEN Get friends to vote for you Your chance is just as good as anybodys START NOW I Cut this out fill In with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take Notice On account of time Kentucky Leg Berea College receive uc colored year this offer open only to white States In years Science Schools Carpentry fitting Organ small terra Stuffs Excellent Flour WHAT COMPANY votes months terms your e r I vote for Mr Ieof i postoffic county as the most popular young man mud fo Miss of postofilce countl u the most popular youngvoinun THE CITIZEN I y By A B Copyright by A jIoi I LEWISI VAJ5 count theca Just before you carve the turkey and L dont forget to include your own proboscis If you Invite your relatives to dine with you on Thanksgiving It Is wise to help them to turkey first They have probably skipped one or two ifteals to be In shape for the feast and are hungry enough to start a riot Ion t Invite your motherinlaw to a Thanksgiving dinner and carve the tur key In such a way that It will Hy off the platter and strike her In the face A Wisconsin man tried that trick last year and the old lady caught the turkey and took It home and devoured It If the birds particularly tough and you have difficulty In carving 1t dont get angry If some one yells Take an ax Mark that person and see that the least desirable por tions of the fowl go ou his plateDont heave a sigh of relief and think the worst Is over when you have at last helped TUB OLD LADY iouu everybody to IT fUME turke Youll Just about sit down to eat the Juicy portions you have laid aside for your self when the plates will begin to come buck again In carving a very tough turkey stand back from till table as far as possible This will give you a better chance to escape from the house In case the curving knife slips and the diners are covered with hot gravy If you are Invited out to Thanksgiv lug dinner and think you will be asked to carve the turkey It would be well to wear a coat of mall get a permit from the police to carry a revolver and THANKSGIVING DAY AMONG INDIANS The Indians of the southwest have accepted Thanksgiving day along with other customs of their white neigh bors though they have adapted It to their savage Ideals until it bears lit tie resemblance to the festival last tuted by the pilgrim fathers The guy ernment agents on the reservations of Oklahoma and IndlanTerrltory have in recent years Used upon Thanksgiv lug day as the date for the great beef Issues and the payment of annuities and their ruddy wards are In conse quence provided not only with good cause for thankfulness but with tile UN urns or INDIANS AIIE IMNCINO AND MAKING MKIIIir wherewithal to demonstrate their gratitude to the Great Spirit In the conxentlonal manner One might travel through a reserva tion ou Thanksgiving day without sees lug ono occupied tepee Every ouu is practice running for a couple of weeks It Is well to start some lively discus slow among those at the table when you are about to carve This will draw attention from you and no one may notice that your knees are with bung and your lips moving In prayer If by any chance the turkey slips from under your carving knife and be DONT GET ANGRY IP SOME ONE YELLS TAKE AN AX deposited in some ones lap do not join In the laugh that will follow He member you will have troubles of your own when the guests depart and you are left alone with your wife to face the music Dont glare at your wife and create a scene If the turkey la cast iron and puncture proof In that case It may be cooked over the next day and you will ave on the butchers bill Last but not least dont take It out of the children If you happen to break a the dollar meat platter lu carving a two dollar turkey It Is the dogs fault of course and he should be kicked all over the dining room at the gathering place waiting for the moment when the agent shall let loose upon the herds grazing on the hillside the Lands of painted warriors Medicine men are holding executive ses sions and the squaws and children are running races In their glee Hun dreds of Indians are dancing and mak lag merry When the word Is given for the beginning of the chase a wild weird chanting runs throughout the camp Suddenly from their lodges burst forth the young men clad In gay trappings and armed with long shining rifles Off to the herd they dash the crack of a gun Is heard and the bellowing of the cattle the fierce shouting of the hunter and the fusillade of rifle shots make one be lieve that a battle Is In progress Half an hour or more the clinne Is kept up while the wildest excitement prevails In the camp Squaws are sharpening long knives and the medicine men are chanting Invocations for the success of the hunters Then the warriors come riding hack in a long column drugging the beeves trophies be hind them singing the buffalo song The squaws skin and dress the beef the medicine men Invoke the blessing of Manitou and the Indians rush to the carcasses and eat their fill What Thanksgiving Means IT HANKSGIVING means a lot of things rI Upon the farm when we were boys Still memory about it sings And accents all its olden Joys How many things are brought lo mind From turkey fit for kingly east To pies of every sort and kind From mince to pumpkin nicely creased lAND who were there 1 Who were say nOlj From grandpa to the youngest boy 1 It seemed lUll Thanksgiving day If one were absent from the Joy It was a feeling next to that Religion twines around the soul That one mutt have homelike chat This day else it had mused its goal COD bless the old Thanksgiving days the farm when we were boys I For memory about them ply As round naught else of modern Joys from other days they stand aloof As holier ones forever may Ind typify in our behoof Eternitys Thanksgiving day- EARL MARBLE LOCALS Mr Dan Breck wife anal mother visited town Monday W N Manson arrives today to spend Thanksgiving with his parents Mrs Louis Lester lull Sunday for u visit with her parents at Corhin A Mothers ami Matrons Mcetinj will be held in Ladies Hall ut 130- next Saturday Thanksgiving evening Mr am Mrs Chas Hanson give u party tu some of their young friends Mrs L E Hanson rill give II reception on Wednesday evening ill honor of Dr Mrs Marckloy Bert Coddington is to study with II plumbing firm in Lorain 0 for tin next four weeks Ho leaves Friday Dr and Mrs Arthur Marckle arrived from Asheville N C where they have II ending their honey moon Mrs Kolxiit Itodgera and ran Itoy of Versailles spent lust week with her parents Mr and Mrs P1P- awley Dr and Mrs Tiled TouVelle of Salina 0lUIIIO today to SJHMU TlmnkHgiving with his sister Mrs Clots L Hanson Mrs Myrtle Pugett from hour Brodhead is visiting her mother Mrs 1 J Fugett Mr Fugctt is working on the pipe line Rev Thomson will go to Fort Dodge Iowa for u two or threw weeks revival service Five churches and the Y M C A have the meet ings in charge Prof Frank K Graves who acted as Professor of English in Berea lust year has purchased the old Totter homestead in Pom fret Centre Conn located near the place where in Revolutionary time Gen Putnam killed the wolf Mrs Braimman announces that she will resume hotel o erntioimXov 30 The Central Hotel has Teen out of commission since lust May nod 110 doubt her former patrons will Ill glad of the chance to ouce more enjoy its hospitality Rev J G Bow Secretary of the Baptist State Mission Board of Ken lucky will preach ut the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening The public is cordially invited and all members of the church are especially urged tu Iw presentDr Cow Joyafter putting his Sundayschool class through system of gymnastics Friday night invited them to his house whore theywere made too full for utterance The luncheon served was delightful and nil had a jolly time The boys say the doctor is just a poach A twoahily business and hotel block is bdngerecled by C C Rho ihi9 on land recently bought of Dr Cornelius The lot is located just beyond the blacksmith shop ou thi Richmond pike Mr Rhodns holes to occupy the lower part by the first of January with a complete line of gents furnishings The upper story will Ixi used as a hotel Mr Josiah Burdette amIIIOU Charles left suddenly Tuesday noon for Lansing Mich in response to a telegram announcing the serious ill ness of John Burdette As the first telegram did not state the nature of the disease a false report is current that he was hurt playing football Later letters and messages say that he is critically ill with peritonitis necessitating an operation The Thanksgiving turkey for Ladies hull will not have a substi tute this year said Mrs Hong in a recent interview Due to life scarcity and high price of the toothsome bird sundry rumors as to the use of chicken or goose have lurked about And there will IK 18 of him continued Mrs Hoag with all the trimmings We expect about 180 persons to sit down to dinner Many of these will jo visitors Model School Exhibition We should like to have more space than we have to give to the Model Schools Exhibition of last Tuesday night The pupils teachers trod iupt Edwards Mr Percy and others who helped are to IHJ highly complimented on time rare treat nf forded time public It was without doubt the best exhibition the Schools have yet given Time dumb Iwll drill by the A Grammar amid the wand drill by the girls were excellent The unity with which all time songs amid exercises requiring motion were given was very noticeable and could only have resulted from long and painstaking practice Time Contin ntal Congress was unique und in eresting The exhibit of work done hy time pupils was exceptionally good siipt Edwards also exhibited work Tom thu Akron Ohio schools The most attractive line of Christ mils goods over shown in Borea will llt found at C J Hanson to COH after Dec 1st seso +oe o + 4 44 m t e The One= Price Cash Store I IDlUgS l PatentMedicines I Perfumes Toilet Articles I Oueensware Everythingin Supplies Phone No 12 Berea + I TAKE NOTICE TilE CITIZEN prints till sayings of many prominent jxople wilt do nut agree with it or with ouch other for the matter It is good exercise for our readers to listen and judge for themselves Last week we published an argument for woman suffrage which we consider very misleading but we trust our renders to till the false reasoning This week we pub lish u must egotistical and unchristian attack by President harper of Chi cago upon the schools for training preachers It will hurt nobody but President Har er and it is well fur jKoplo to know some of till unwise things said by Ix ople in prominent places But we wish it always understood timid THE CITIZEN does not express any opinion for or against the cuticles it publishes which are signed by their authors This num cr of the CITIZEN con tains more than a dollars worth of pleasure and profit Ask your neigh tar to look at it Read and heed time article on build ing county roads on page 5 Before buying your Xmas goods examine our new stock which will be opened Dec C J Hanson c Co The College has challenged the Academy for a game Thanksgiving day Academy has accepted En thusiasm is high mid a will ho the outcome Admission J5 cents Benefit of Athletic Club Having sold uqstock of Ladies Furnishings mind Millinery to Mrs Blanche mad Miss Jennie Hanson I cordially thank the public for their past patronage and earnestly solicit their patronage on behulfof time now firm which will Iw known as C J Hanson Co Respectfully Mrs Bettie Mason Cattle Butchers May Strike Chicago Nov 23CatUo butchers employed in the largo plants at the stock yards held a mass meeting Tues day night and decided to go on strike when called upon to do so by the ofll clali of their union To Raise Wages Sharon Pa Nov 23A local omcer of the United States Steol Corporation states that Iron steel and Unworkera will receive an advance In wages about January 1 Old prices are being restored Death of Benjamin Chaplin Kansas Catty Mo Nov 23 Benja min Chaplin died hero Tuesday at time homo of his daughter of old rage aged 84 yours Ho formerly was In the packing business at Cincinnati A New Planet Discovered Heidelberg Nov 23The director of the observatory on Koenlgiistuhl mountain has discovered a now planet of the 13th magnitude by means of a MlMtltl photograph o We can save you monoy We have drifted avny from the old school of doing business There is but one smnll profit between you and us We dont charge you anything extra fo- rlossesfor we lm tint any Why Because wa sail for cash s If we havent what you want ask and well get it for you EAST END DRUG CO MMhHopktnsvlllu Compulsory Ky VaccinationI ened with board of health tho authorities of Christian county havo ordored compulsory vaccination all over time coun ty and tho Immediate arrest of any one who attempts to conceal a cue of smallpox Crushed Dy a TrainjML Starling Ky Nov 3WllYarber a young man was caught un dor n C tc 0 freight train In the yards her and horribly crushed Jill right arm and shoulder were mashed to a el7 and ho will die Yarbor claims he was pushed from limo train and fell under lt- Woman and Children DlaappoarI OwlnfsvlHe Ky Nov 23Tbo au thorities In this part of tho state bare been requested to keep a lookout for Mrs Charles Hagau of this county who has mysteriously disappeared with her two children Mrs Itacan loft homo a week ago Keene at Lexington Lexington Ky Nov 23 Foxhall P Keone mutated In an enormous fur owrcoat and accompanied by his fa verso hound Bettlo artivedthero from New York for a Mating trip witltrlfah DaingorfloldCoal At bin near dep- ot124c to 13c Delivered fo- r134c to 14c Photo 8- 5Chas L Hanson slaving purchased the com plete retail stock of New Furniturefr- om S E Welch yon will hereafter find the BEREA FURNITURE STORE with n complete line of both taw and second hand fuini turn nt mirpriBingly low prices Call and examine To be convinced of the above ill the price of admission 1honu 2 R H Chrisrnan Opposite Welch Boron Ky FOR SALE 48 BUILDING LOTS in Boron be longing to the John G Fee estate Special inducement to purchaser of entire tract J 11 Bickuoll Boron Ky I Groceries Arbuckles Coffees pk for Sugar Meal r 25CI tVegetables I1ales bus 7SCt Potatoes II Sac Cnbbnge lb c I t 0 1 rr I Kentucky S AlcGuirc is at all time IlkiriHighly prepared to Hall with lave trtHiblw Your eyes examined bythis very Ixnt NIK latest optieul iitMtrumenlH His work gives satisfaction fur priiw on all hit w nrk are right IXHMOA refitted within u few lays tiller taking the order If you have any defeet of vmion it will lacy you to look over his stock anti recehe correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky Dlsnstorous Wrecks CaroleHHiifhH is reaponeibe for mutiny a railway wreck anti till Ham cnnseH are iimking human wrecks of miiTereni from Throat and LIIIIK troubles Hut niece the advent of Dr KIUKN New Discovery for CouHiiiuption Coughs nnd Colds oven the worst cases cats ho cured and hopeless resignation is 110 longer nccetiimry Mm Louis Cragg of Dorchester Mnssis one of tummy uiioho life was saved by Dr Kings Now Discovery This great romwl m guaranteed for all Throat and Lung liROMOH by East End Drug Co Drug gist 1rice rOc anti 100 Trial bottle fre- eTHE WELLDRESSED WOMAN wears a Suit Jacket or Cloak from time PRINCE TAILORING CO Orders taken mind full lino of samples by MRS A P SETTLE JR Depot street term ICy Good Farm For Sale OCiicrcH good fencing evorhiHt ing water material ready for a good barn lOxlH feet other outbuildings good i macro in young orchard ell kinds of fruits JIO acres reedy for corn next year remainder of farm In gniHH on n good turnpike imile lvmttncbeuphunmo multi ress Z M Boon i2i Kingston MOTHERS LITTLE QIIIL Wnhrr know ft lltllr Blrl Mthcr wont tell vliv l ye with nil the raspy thlnii Mother hall to do E as to imby when hi rrl tiuiKU bin ib kr blocks 1r ns nrHntliims ntckrrnhjrfi iltlrts up father work- sr kit the rrl dusts the hall Scat fir newt rap be Liws o t grandpa e ujr chairs ti Id plat rui Ira I tom limns rlKtrrc dyes piati41elnMlmm runs M INT knows lltiu 111ft mt you Wish uu ktNw V h Illa wl hPlpi Mrs M Itr won Ml who ronUaiIytoGaodituskeepng A TITMOUSE AND A JJLOWQUN Tjtjnouse My mj Just look at the fetish boy trying to kill game with a putty blower an the Puff tah Ifeep goon r take nh a trytk lrn Ipy Ijvta itu4Mi used by ballootiuu are r ally very Ursj and have mi stick b m daring t raons have Jumped fr n fimiftctnp with rutnmon umbrellas a Aped without MTloiui Injury would be rather interesting to drops tan parachute from the roof or WBW and watch It salt gracefully to earth but the fua would hardly pay fort e work as you would have to carry It l airs for each flight unless it was c fived nr raptured by KOmonlherboy r first tlwireni which would rub a v be the caur What you wantrlear some moan Ly which you can T IIr rUle up Into the air from n only a tube large enough to contain easily and a stout rubber bit t 1 cr be made of tissue ps or other thin tough paper or of ttr unisiin or silk It needs neither the ttff rba of an umbrella any meek ariu fur opening and shutting Us w ttiT ami tho resistance of the air at t trtfa hat t dnrs need a stick however and this lit iii be very thin and light and all Irat twine as long as tho closed para cb je Halln as long as the diameter of T Own This stick may t mply poked through the ana a bread tied around Uf top or the BOY TELEGRAPH MANAGER FourteenYearold Julius Diet Given Charge of an Office In New Jersey Julius Diel14 years old haa Just been made manager of tho Western Unlou telegraph ofllco at Madison N J Thus place requires an experienced operator and ontr who Is well versed In all the details of an ofllce but Julius well quallOod for it Worn within Bound of the telegraph he says there never was a time when ho did not know what tho sounds of tho Instrument meant Ho worked the telegraph key as soon as ho was ablo to spoil Hli mother and father were botli tolo graph operators Last spring Ju bus father disap eared and Julliu InJuUul1lolfor hls mother and a little baby brother lit became a inessenner at the Postal companys of ties A few days BRO ho told W H Lin der i oiager of tho Western Union of lice ht that ho was going to apply for a place as operator Mr Llndor knew that the place In Madison would t coms vacant and wrote to the Western Union urging them to put Julius In there At Ont the New York allies fought It was a joke and laughed about it ovsr the wire but when they found that the joke was serious they were thun ders rnrk The Idea of putting a boy of 11 in as manager at an office did not appeal to them They began tolling Mr Under various thing over tho wire Julius was there and hearing the con versation concluded to take a hand In It blmiHf and sat down at the key In 15 minutes he convinced the Now York ofilce of his Y TrIb- une A Boys EMAJT on Water A very origins e say on water by very small boy Is quoted by a He divides all water Into four subheadings rain water soda water holy water and brine Wator he con tinues Is used for a good many things Sailers use water to go to mxv on Water Is a good thing to Mm at boys with a squirt run and to catch flakes In But the strangest of all uses for water li this Nobody ha says could bo saved from drowning If there wasnt water In pull them out of One Is hero rmlnd 4 of a similar essay on pins In the course of which the boy writer said that pins had Mud many liver by peo pie nut swallowing them Items Horn I LntertaillIllqPdrd6IlllteGllll paper and the stuck will make all secure Tbe ribs If they may be called such are merely six or eight threads or fine cords pasted to the outside of tho pars chute from the top or center to thecdge The upper end of the cords may be tied round the stick the lower ends should project far beyond the edge of the parachute and he fastened to a metal ring through which tho stick pries Tho lower end of the stick has a knob too big to go through the ring and on the bottom ot tho knob is a groove for tho rub her band The shooting tubo which IAHAlUfTK CHN Allot To 1JB U1SCIIA11UUD parachute CbljtIIparachute parachute may nor parachute parachute Telegraph Morrlstown absolutely abilityN contemporary 111I rinsed parachute slip through easily The rubber band is attached across tbq bottom of the tube ono end being tacked to oath side Put tho folded parachute Into tho tube see that the rubber band lies In the groove and hold the tube firmly with the left hand and with tho right pull down the knob and tho ring together several Inches and let go Tho stretched band contracts and shoots the parachute up Into the air like theIout fills with air and descends very slowly It there is much wind It will sail quite a distance before it reaches the ground especially If you stand with your back to the wind anti India the pun forward ANOTHER BIG FIGHT Increased Activity Along Slialihe liver Indicates That OHO is ininiincnt THE RUSSIANS FEINTS REPULSED The Japanese After Successfully Mill in Occupied a Counter Scarp on Snug Slut Mountain General Attack on Port Arthur Re sumed A Shell From a Japanese Naval Gun Exploded a Maga sine Near the Arsenal Toklo Nov 21It IB reported that the Juimnese after successfully min log occupied a counter scarp on Suns Slut mountain last Friday Increasing activity along the Shak lie river seems to Indicate the Imml hence of another groat battle The- Ituslan feints evidently Intended to draw a Japanese attack aro uniformly bp Wauarters Saturday receiv ed the following report from Field Marshal Oyamaa report dated Novem ber 18 At dawn today H detachment of the enemy made an stack near Hsln Kluntun They were repulsed by us Since this morning the enemy In the vicinity of Slmkha village have Indi rectly bombarded our positions with mortars and geld pieces Thoy havo effected no damage A body of tho enemys Infantry wore discovered at lUlamya and Hslaoynnt7ii We shell ed them and they fled In confusion to a neighboring Tillage The enemy havo burnt Iluanglashotzu and villager to tho southeast on the right hj nk of tho Illvor lion Shelled the Infantry A dispatch from tho army besieging Port Arthur doted November 19 says During the bombardment this afternoon a shell from a Japanese naval gun exploded a Russian magazine near the arsenal Our operations against all the forts are proceeding as prear ranged from Manchurian headquar tern Al noon today we shelled the Htieslan Infantry engaged In entrench lag east of lleluchlanxtun and also Infantry In the rear of the riitage causing them to flee In confusion In other directions there Is no change to note Chefoo Nor ZIThe general attack on Port Arthur was returned November IS or II according to the re port of persons arriving hers Sunday from Inlay They say that the Japan Pre are so secrtUre that It la dlfflmU In Dalny to learn the true facts Kv en the officers detailed to work at the base dv not know what tholr com rade at the front am doing Novem ber 1G a peculiarly heavy oxploslon shook every ship lying al Dalny Tho explosion was ascribed to the blowing up of land mines or a magazine COL W C P BRECKINRIDGE The Noted Kentuckian Passes Away Owing to a Stroke of Paralysis lAxInglon Ky Nov ICol Wil liam Campbell Ireston Urocklnrldgo died at 1140 oclock Saturday night from a stroke of paralysis sustained Wednesday Ho had boon gradually sinking for 2t hours and for that length of tlmo tho case had boon known to bo hopeless The funeral will take place at 2 oclock Monday afternoon from the First Presbyterian church with burial In tho Lexington cemetery W C P Brccklnrldgo was born in Baltimore August 2S 1837 Ho was the son of Rev Ilobort Jefferson Brccklnrldgo lie was a graduate of Center college University of Louis yule the Central University ot Illch mond and Cumberland university of Tennessee He entered tho confederate service and becaHio colonel of tho Ninth Ken Ducky cavalry and commanded brIo gade when It surrendered Ho served In congress from 1881 to 1S95 from tho Seventh district of Ken tucky when ho was defeated for tho nomination Since that tlmo he had devoted hay attention to editorial work Terrible Storm Off Cape Flattery Tacoma Wash Nov 21 Torronts of rain fell horo Saturday night and Sunday and a high gale prevailed but no marine disasters aro reported Tho wire Jo Tatoonh Is down but a torrlflo storm is prevailing off Capo Flattery Lady Curzan Taken to Hlghcllff Castle Lonrtpn Nov nLndY Curzon was taken by a special train Sunday from Walmor to Bournemouth where she will spend tho winter at Hlghcllft castle Christ Church a tile outsldo tho town Sno boro tho Journey well President Made An Address Washington Nov 21 President Roosevelt made an Address Sunday at the 110 anniversary celebration at St Patricks church and tho dedication of Carroll Hall mho new parochial build lngn and parish school Worlds Fair Attendance St Louis Nov JTho record of admissions at the Worlds fair for tho week ending Saturday November 19 shows a total ot 552019 Tho grand total sluice tho opening of tho fair is 17017905 Squadron Resumes Its Journey Coponhngun Nov trho vessels ot till second division of tho second Kusstan squadron resumed their Jour ney northward from Langlnnd Sunday morning Happenings in Kentucky u =A LYNCHING IS FEARED Wm Moore White Killed By Three Negroes in a Lexington Saloon hoxlngton Ky Nov 21 William Moore a laboring than was hilled Sunday night by throe Negroes who attacked cite white man In a saloon Jtooro leaves a wife and ten children unprovided for He was standing In a saloon talking to two other white titan when the three Negroes Jim Oar laid John Taylor and Kd Taylor came In the door and with the words Wo will clean out all you white dQEH began firing Mooro fell with out a word shot through tho heart Two other mun oacnpca by hiding be hind a post which was penotrate by two Imllots Tho Negroes covered the crowd with their revolvers and backed out of the saloon IJd Taylor and Gar field were caught and lodged In Jail John Taylor Is a paroled convict hay log boat sentenced to ton yearn for murder He served five years A crowd has collected and a lynching Is toured DYNAMITE OUTRAGE Another Explosion at the Newport Foundry Sunday Night Newport Ky Nov 21Thprt was another explosion of dynamite at the Newport foundry at 1030 oclock Sunday night and Superintendent N Shanloy wan knocked down and slight ly Injured Since the explosion a week ago the officials and employes of the works have expected a repeti ion of the outrage and were on the lookout Sunday night when they saw two men approach the building Superintendent Shanlcy and Watchman William Eng ran out and discovered a fuse burning They stamped it out and at that moment there was an explosion a few feet from them that threw Superintendent Shanley backward against tho building He wax badly bruised and his ear drums were badly Injured as the result of the explosion Tho Covlngton police were notified but no arrests wore made SHOT HIMSELF Add Casey Son of ExSheriff Tom Ca sey Attempted Suicide Cynthlana Ky Nov Idll Ca sey son of exSheriff Tom Casey who was defeated In the detnocralicpri mary Saturday for county judge shot himself Sunday morning at 1150 oclock The act is supposed to be on account of the depression over his fathers close defeat Young Casey was barkeeper at King McShanes saloon on like street He shot him self In his room over the saloon to the right of the heurt the bullet ranged around to tho side of tho body Ills condition IB pronounced by Drs Rich ter and Boyd as precarious though the patient was resting easy Sunday nlaht A Brakeman Crushed Coln ton Ky Nov 21Archle Clark 25 a brakoman on the Southern railroad was fatally Injured Sunday morning at Krlanger Ky Ho had been coupling cars and when tho train loft the station ho attempted to catch ono of the moving cars and was thrown under the wheels No Trace of Miss Baron IxMiUvllle Ky Nov 2LMiss Ida Baron tho schoolteacher is still miss Ing Councilman John Baron says that he had tint been able to find any trace of his daughter If she Is still alive ho said she IB either being kept away against her will or because her mind Is Impaired Pasted Through Sheet Iron Georgetown Ky Nov 21The bul let front a rifle In tho hands of ono of several small boys while practicing ala target on the outskirts of the town went astray pierced tho sheet Iron walls of the old twine factory and lodged In tho leg of Horace Chowning Mrs Halleys Jewels LoulMlllo Ky Nov 21Dy the confession of Schuyler Dalrd an 18 year old boy of this city the mystery surrounding the theft of 25000 worth of Jewelry from tho trunk of Mrs Samuel Halley wife of Dr Halloy of Lexington has been solved To Shield Members From Punishment Somerset Ky Nov 2lTho sen tencing for life of Avery Freeman convicted of killing W II Bryant has divulged the of a secret or ganization tho object of which the shielding of Its members from punish mont for crime Killed His Assailant 1lttiburg Ky Nov 21 George McNeil n business man Saturday night shot Elmer Murphy five times with a revolver killing him Instantly Murphy was drinking and attacked McNeil with a largo Iron poker Saloonkeeper Indicted l IIJR e Ky Nov 21The Hnrdln county grand jury has Indicted J II Neighbors tho saloonkeeper on j gllargi jt assault and battery for striking Mrs Carrie Nation over the head with a chair In this city Murder at Mt Sterling ML Rte liag Ky Nov 1Joseph Taylor colored was murdered lucre by William Black also colored Parties arc searching for Black who oscapcd anti a lynching Is threat need Killed Bt a rjrar oTCorn Mlddleburg KYtNov2tlo little child of Robin West near Hclenwood clunked on a grain of parched corn and tiled FIRE IN CINCINNATI Iro rrty to the Ainonnt of Half ti Million Dollars Went Up in Smoke IN THE CENTRAL PART OF THE CITY The University of Cincinnati Through the Destruction of the McMickc- nKstatc Was a Heavy Loser At One Time During the Afternoon a General Conflagration Was Appre hended and tho Entire Depart ment Was Summoned Cincinnati Nov 21Fire caused a loss Sunday in the central part of the city on the south side of Fourth between Walnut and Main streets and also on Main near Fourth approximating 600000 It started about noon In an abandoned building In the rear of the Iounsford Stationery Co There was a strong breeze that caused the flames to spread rapidly so that with the whole are department at work It required several hours to got the conflagration under control and early In the afternoon a general con flagratlon was apprehended Th In on tho several fivestory buildings wan 140000 distributed as follows Me Mlcken estate J75000 Rudolph Wur lltzcr 40000 Baker estate 10000 Samtnet Bros 10000 J Frank Jones 5000 The ninestory St Paul building owned by tho Emerys stop pod the fire westward and was dam aged about Name of the Firms Burned Out Next west of the tit Paul building is the 18story new building of the First National bank which suffered no damage But little was saved east of tho St Paul building to Main street As the McMlcken estate all went to tho University of Cincinnati that institution is a heavy loser Tho heavl est losses were on stocks of merchan disc as follows The Rudolph Wur lItzer Co pianos and musical Instru moats 200000 Insurance 220000 The Pounsford Stationery Co 60000 F A Schwlll Sons manufacturers of glassware and bottlers supplies 55000 Queen City window glass works 40000 tho Loring Andrews Co jewelry manufacturers 45000 Sammet Bros tailors 7000 Thomas Kennedy typo machinery 15000 J M Kllers Co 16000 F H Bern Ing Sons tobacco 15000 Benzlng er Bros 5000 Block Publishing Co 5000 Klneon Coal Co 2000 Thompson Stationery Co 2000 Ceo Schlnerhaus Sons tailors 2000 The Beta Thata Phi lost 1000 John F Hugo printer 1000 the Cincin anti Blue Print Co 1000 John Hol lands gold pen factory 1000 Among tho other losers were George Hauck barber Poland Co real estate John nottlg artist Miss Myers dressmaker Isaac Smead heating station mind many lawyers and other offices TWELVE PERSONS MET DEATH Two Entire Families Wiped Out By a Fire In Brooklyn New York Nov 21Smothered before they could reach the rear flro escape In a burning tenement building at ISC Troutman street In the Wil llamsburg district of Brooklyn 12 per sons mot death shortly before 2 oclock Sunday morning Two entire families thoso of Maranlo Trlolo and Charles Polognlo are wiped out the last living member of each being now In a hospital with no hope of their recovery They are Charles Polognio 33 years old and Tony Triolo 13 years old both of whom are terribly burned Although In tho coroners opinion all tho dead were suffocated the bod ies were badly burned before they could be taken from tho ruins by tho firemen Tho burned tenement house Is in the center of a row of threestory tenements extending tho length of the block and was occupied by Italians The flro is supposed to have started In the cellar of the grocery store of Antonio Glambalvos on the ground floor The cellar was stored with Inflammable material and tho flames spread with lightning like rapidity All the occupants wero asleep at the time and there was considerable delay In sending In the first alarul Burned Missouri State Building St Louis Nov ITbo Missouri state building was destroyed by fire resulting tram the explosion of a hot water heater The blazo shot up through tho rotunda and tho north wing and rotunda were a mass ot flames within 10 minutes after the explosion Loss 20000 ExGov Hugh S Thompson Dead Now York Nov IHuglt S Thompson former goveVnor ot South Carolina died at hls residence hero Sunday night lIe was born in Charleston S C in 1836 In recent years ho was controller of the New York Llfo Insurance Co Race War Imminent Dos Memos la Nov 21Race war Is regarded as imminent at Fraser la where Thomas Albright a white min or was shot and mortally wounded by James Price a Negro The whlto mIn- trs refuse to work longer with the Negroes Fire at Athtrvllle N C VAnhoville N C Nov I11lro which broke out Sunday has wrought damage entailing 90000 The princi plo losers an Theobald Candy Co tho Ashdvlllo Muslo Co and the Benders hale dressing establishment LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table in Effect May 1904 Ooliic forth Train 4 HuUy Leave B rea 3 48 a m Arrive Rlcbtttoud1 12 a m Arrive Paris l 28 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 50 a m JaliiC North JS Train 0 Dally LonvH homes 12 55 p m Arrive Richmond l25pmArrivo Paris 318 prm Arrive Cincinnati 600 pm Oolns Goutb Train I DoMy Leave Bereal 11 p m Arrive Livingston 2 05 p m Join South Train 1 I ally Leave hiemsll 21 pm Arrive Livingston 1230 a m Trains No 1 and No stake con nestioa at Ltvmestin for JnHico anti tile South with No 21 and No 27 H BOVER Ticket Agent 1W J DR V H HOBSONIjt Dentist O to PotomcRichmond Ky JDoosnt Rospoct Old Ago Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age but just tho contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and ir respective of old Dyspepsia Jandico Constipation all yield this perfect Pill 25c at East End Drug Co MONUMENTS Vrna Htiditonci Statuary Oranlt and Marble Workof all kinds done ia a workmanlike manner at rea onabla prices and with dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA hRICHMOND Ky Ctorntr at Mala sod Collin SUMU e+ A Hoavy Load To lift that load off the stomach taka Kodol Dyspepsia cure It digests what you belching gas on stomach and all disorders of the stomach that are curable are instantly relieved and permanently cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Stone a druggist at Main street New Britain Connsays Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is such and Is so shurely becoming the positive relief and sub sequent cure for this distressing ail 1 feel that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by recommending it to them I write this to show how well the remedy b spoken of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered otter years of scientific ex Crimentsand will posi aU Sold by East End Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete S and uptodate in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc l do work for moat prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention and charges paid one wa- rS G FRANKLINMt Kf REFERENce Bank of Mt Vernon lA RunawayBlcycloT- erminated with an cut on the leg of J B Oruer Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer uu- yielding to doctors andremedies for four years Then Salve cured Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and nifts 25o at East End Drug Co THE CITIZENIW Eastern Kentucky News Ito correspondence published Ill11eal dined in tnU by the writer The came JI cot tor pubUaUon but as II eridccce of rood talth Write plainly o JI H rl I 1M I I JACKSON COUNTY SAND OAP Corn gathering is about over Winter has set in wo have had two snowsMr John Amy is very low with fever Miss Mary J Isaacfl and daughter of Kockcastlo county visited her mother Jennie Morris last vicekMr Mathias Seaborn has renter widow Drews farm near tho Pine Grove Miss Rebecca llelhml visited Aunt Jennie Morris Sunday L T Morris was at Clover Bottom SumlayG W Hellartl attended Sundayschool the lake school house Sunday Mr Tom Johnson visited his uncle Jacob Lakes urday and Sunday andreported hood timllIiRs Lizzie Jruitt of Garrard county has been at Joe Burks tho last week taking care of her rent cornMr Toni Morris will move shortly to the place he bought from his mother MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Nov 21Mrs Amanda Baker of Big Hill was the guest of her son G E Brockman Saturday and Sun 1aDavid McCollum and G B Gabbard attended the G A R Post meeting at Berea SaturdayG BI Gabbard sold to C C MeWhorter 0 head of hogs for 35 on Friday Henry Ponder and familyof thisI place have gone to Illinois Mrand Mrs Geo Tisdalo were called to Berea Sunday to see their soninlaw Mr Jessie Clark who is dangerously illRev Shelton preached at tho Baptist church Saturday and Su- ndayA J Smith is off again on a two weeks drumming tripPreach 1orWillmott is visiting his sister Mrs Pal Rogers this week MOTE Mrs Lillie Lawson went to Berea Monday on businessMrs Ora Jackson has been called home from Hamilton Ohio by the death of her father Miss Fannie Jackson and Miss Ollie Powells friends are glad to know they are some better of typhoid feverMr Frink Powell is very low with feverMr Robert Brown from Lovell spent a few days with friends at this placeMr Jeff Jackson who has been away to Ham ilton Ohio for three years is think ing of returning home in a few weeks Miss Annie Williams of this place is visiting her cousin Mrs James Rogers at Kirksville Last Friday evening Nov 10 Mr Curtis Powell passed from this wintry earth to that summer realm beyond the skies whore sunshine reigns supremo antii summer never dies Tho was 44 years of age and leaves a wife and nine children to mourn his sad death but we feel that their loss is heavens gain Mr Powell wasI sick three weeks of typhoid fever Slay nod In Infinite comfort those Those whooe hearts are bleeding Iota slay lie be more than kind And teach them patience faith and trust Though the hadow nearer c When the awakenIng comes theyll find eome darIBARE KNOB Nov 20JW Lake visited James Hammond on Scaffold Cane Sunday Geo VanWinkle of Williamsburg is visiting relatives and friends ofI this placeMrs Nina Davis Minnie Waddle visited Mrs Pleas Evans last WednesdayMr WM Linvillo and Mr P S Callahan of Scaffold Cane paid Berea a brief visit MondayMr John Kindred contemplates moving pretty shortly to his farm in the Silver Creek dis trict Little Russell Dougherty son of Time Dougherty is very illat this writing but it is hoped that he will improve shortly Bradley Lake had a pleasant visit with Forest B Dowden Sunday Mrs Henry Ab hey of Disputantu visited the Misses Lake Sunday Mr Dillard Griffith bahd Mr Tom Cook of Scaffold Cane Jwere seen passing through hero ou They were moving to- Berea Rev M K Pasco filled his appointment at this place Sundijy Misses Mary and Sarah vie ited Miss Minnie Waddle Sunday Mr Henry Gabbard of Clear Creek is visiting B L Richardson for a few daysT J Lake and A E Hart were at Richmond on Monday last on business Old Bare Knob is echoing with gun reports since Ngv15There has been quite a little moving around in this locality Some of our hood friends have gone to BereaROCKCASTLE COUNTY V BOONE Jrj Nov 21Wo are still having cool cry weather in this part of tho ooun try Fanners are all about through gathering in their nubbins Sam Lambert is all smiles over the arrival of an 8 pound toy at his home last Sunday nightMrs Julio Kidwcll of Conway visited her sister Mrs Auulo Poynter Thursday nightG L Wren has ought sawmill Rev passcrdthroughlast Scaffold Cane Mrs Mary Sing leton who has teen visiting relatives at Fall Lick lots returned homo MM Tempio Martin and Mrs Kat i Miller of Conway went to Boron last Monday Mrs Agues Dobbs who has been sick for some time is able to ho out IIgaillJ B Coylo our hustling merchant and post alougIJ Lamlert and family will soon be ready to move to their now homo ou littlo Clear CreekMr tutu relativeuon Creek Saturday and Sunday LAUREL COUNTY LONDONINov 22 Charles F and Wallace J Azbill of Kingston are visiting their sister Mrs Geo C Moore Mrs Thomas Powers of Richmond and Mrs Wallow Gilbert of Speedwell have been visiting Mr and Mrs J C Gilbert and other friends in the cityAlex O Azbill of Kingston was in London a few days last week and while hero bought fU head of cattle of James PiggjGeo Mc Neil shot Elmer Murphy file tines with u 38 revolver killing him instantly at Pittsbnrg a small mining town two miles west of hero last Saturday night This makes six men who have been killed at and near Pittsburg within tho last year Mrs J C Gilbert is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs JC Armstrong sf Madison CountyMiss Bessie Roberts of Lafollette Tenu is visit ing Mr and Mrs Geo C Moore A A Gambill of Jackson County was in London on business Tuesday C J Powell of Welchburg was in London on business Monday For Sale A fann of 70 acres adjoining town limits on the waters of Silver Creek Well improved Good Buildings call on J P Bicknell Berea Ky Not A Sick Day Sinco I was taken severely sick with kid nee trouble I triee all sorts of moth cines none of which relieved me One day I saw an ad ol your Electric Bitters and determined to tri that After taking fewdoses I felt relieved and soon there after was entirely cur ed and have not soon a sick day since Neigebors of mine hava been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debil ofLemontEast End Drug Co Lots of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giv rIThose who have lost flesh went to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion isa rich and com fortable food and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bong flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample pictureInthe of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY SOa and51i all dnijjWi Our Popular Scholarship Contest +1 The time will soon bo hero when tho final hustling for first place be gins It htm been intimated that in tho last few days there will bo many surprises duo to tho hoarding of ballots for this final sprint In fact it placeholdin the lead wo would say Dont for a moment cease workeopllt ifnu though you were a tailenderl Lee County Mary Fnrler i 1200 Clay Comubs05 O Lucase QO II McGuire 00 Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bessie Hays 1501 Claude DoBuun 1226 Wallace Adams 700 Tommie Bukor 275 Maggie Lowen 975 Pearl Gay 825 CountysSusie Sparks 1N50- Ida Bongof 1000 W M tliccrv11400-M M Robinson 1200 E Burch tUjO Chus Combs 500 G J Jnrvia GOO Diary Collins 400 i Owiley County Nora Wilson 850 Snowden Reynolds 641 Garfield Campbell t50 Mary Ray 450 Flora Pendurgrusfl 201 Burgoyne Botnor 110 Nettie Treadway I 110 B J Pendergrass i 101 Jeanette Gablxinl 100 Humor md Philosophy Bj DUNCAN M SMITH Copyright by Duncan M Smith DANCER IN THE KISS Professors extra wise declare That danger lurks In klaslng Dear reader you are nut aware Of what you have been missing If after kissing same sweet pet Disease does not pursue you It seems you really do not get All that Is coming to you For microbes roost on rosy lips derma that are ever ready According to the latest tips To bite the lady s steady If they can only net him lured Within the zone or danger Before the doctor says hell cured Hell wish hed been a stranger It really seems a measly trick Almost too mean to mention Just when a fellows getting thick And paying her attention That when ho plants a loving kiss To help him In his wooing There should turn up a germ like this To add to his undoing But to a couple young and gay Such talk as this seems silly And not a thing to bring dismay To Mary Ann and Willie A smack thats clinging sweet and warn Will supplement their glances And though a million microbes swarm Theyll bravely take their chances PERT PARAGRAPHS The man who wrote that a thing of beauty Is a Joy forever wasnt acquainted with either women or mull liner The way of the transgressor Is often barred It la so plain to the Iluaaluns that they think all who cannot see the yel low peril are color blind Some people seem to be mighty fond of their troubles the way that they cul tivate their acquaintance It Is cruel the way some talks have of dashing the budding hopes of a boy by telling him that be looks like his father The average young man does not mind having a check to his career If the figures run up Into the thousands The wild wailing of the autum- winds would really sound mournful If we did not know that that la a little game they play every year You cant always tell by the size of a womans pompadour how long It took to comb her hair Some people chase Illusions others hug delusions The result In each cane Is apt to be confusion The Idle poor have a bard time hus thing to live and keep idle A counterfeit Lull and a bad reputa tlon are alike In that you cant lost either Sunrise Across the blue gray of the eastern hill That softly all the lonely night has slept There creeps a sudden soft compelling thrill As when an angel Mad a harp has wept And all along the far horiioni brim A rosy blush grows through the darkness dim NookcattU County Rachel Hibbcrd 500 K B Thompson OO John McFerron 400 Fannie bfecluro100Mollio Carter 100 Minnie Nicely 100 Byrdu lfclhtrgue100Jackson W L Begloy 2500 Susie Watson 1WO Laura Ilatfleld 1050 Samuel Davis 000 Lizzie Wilson mo Nannie Click 300 Lucy Parsons 300 May Sparkman JOO C D Smith IDO Robert Taylor 100 Cttlll County Katie MooreH U78 Ambrose Wilson 87S Garnett Powell 800 ThedtiNoluull 600 Nora McGeo 100 J II Richardson 200 Katie Winkhir 200 D B Alumbuugh 200 Robert L Coylo 102 Martha Logtidon 101 Sallie Wilson JOI Nolan Glxt 1110 Jonas Coldwell 100 The empty gelds lie glittering with frost The dull dun shadows vanish one by ono And In the distant realms of night are loat- Abaaht and frightened by the coming IIU- IIAthwart the sky a Hood of light sweeps on A moment more and all the night Is gone The world all new and recreated lies Atremble for the coming of Its king Ive heard that this magntncent sunrise So fair end flladsome Is a dally thing i It happens every morning It Is said While moat of us are pillow bound In bed nut while Ive stood the sunrise to tIe hold All shivering In sleeping garment clad Ive chilled and bargained for a beastly cold Its strenuous and tough this early fad It turns out not as pleasant as It seems Id rather aee the sunrise In my dreams IItthree apples and Willie took two of them what would John have A light Just a Match Jones mutt very fond of pump kin pie Sire Jones serves It so tre quently Thats no sign he likes It It liar tnonlzca perfectly with the now color scheme that hla wife has Just put In the dialog room Owed on Pay Day Oh pay day how we hall tbee A stopcock for our woes When thy pale glimmering dawn we see Youre welcome goodness knows Then for awhile we stand up straight And hold our heads on high But our last dollar soon or late We kiss a fond goodby Had to Do It Brown is a clever talker Isnt her I should think he ought to be He lives In a house with his wife his tuotherlnlaw and live slaters Fickle i Mary Ann married 7 I thought she was wedded to her art Yes but that was before she met up with the section loss- Naturally Why does Qraysou face have such a drawn look Why dont you know hes a con firmed rubber neck Try It Its lots of rUn when skies are dun And you cant help repining To yell so loud you burst your cloud And find the silvery lining AgenWhat Is a man to he cant get work after ho Is fortyflvu Cant he start out us a boy orator Looking Out For Number One Which candidate did he support Neither one It is all that he can do to support hluiself How to Fruit dully roans Pick somo nice loaves trust the stalks of holly and wipe them free from all moisture then place them on a dish near the lire to get quite dry but not too near to shrivel dip them In oiled butter sprinkle over them some coarse ly powdered sugar and dry them before the Ore Really the Wisest You know Solomon was the wisest man who ever lived I know nothing of the sort Ho couldnt hold a candle to uiy altos flrit buibuud P Carriage Satisfaction HereI Surries Useful Comfortable hlyfiniRhcarriages invariably give tlllmNOWWe repaint repair andre tire Get our prices KENTUCKY WORKS C P HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Headache Can be Cured with Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills U your nerves are subject to disturb ancrs inch as llradnches Neuralgia lliirknctie Rheumatism Steiwtrunl lulns Bleepleiwrteo etc their Jarrliuc and jangling ran lx quickly ended with a Dr Miles Anilfain Pill Dr Mlles Antll aln Pills ore plea ant little pink tablets which do not aet on the towels nor do they have any disagreeable weakening or haLIIformI log effect on the system They are the result of the latest soles tine 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