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Digital page images are linked to the text file. z f l c t4 H MMIl MIfIMMHlIMIH BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C HINMAN Manager Untertd ol fta Pettofflt ol no Ay 01 se taut nallnalttr I EI11111111t IE1i1Ii1I1 III IDEASIIt earn but what they Have that makes them richIt Is not what they profess but what they practice that makes them good J It in not what people eat but what they digest that them strung It to not what they rent but what they remember that makes them learned TAKE NOTICE Itcv Nod who preaches at tho Silver Creek Baptist Church on tliw Ural Sunday of the mouth will hold his usual service there next Saturday Sunday forenoon tho Union Church In Berea takes Its annual offering for Baptist foreign missions Rio Noel will preach to the Silver Creek congregation uniting in the service with tho Union Church Rio Noel will address the students at Chapel Sunday night FROM THE WIDE WORLD Several Russian battIeflhiM have reached and left Suez from Port Said Severn deaths resulted from labor riots in Argentina Spain has accepted in principle Pies Ident HooHevellla invitation for an other peace conference It is announced that tho next gener peIIHIUltrJI Prominent Jews in Denmark havo formed an organization to assist IliW Hint Jews in getting to America through Danish ports Secretary I lay has received from Germany a noto accepting in principle President HOtIAtoltII suggestion for unother conferoneo at Tho Hague IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Locks stud A In the Ciimlwr land river have teen thrown ojen Tho Worlds Fair grounds were thronge Saturday In honor of Presf dents Day rThe United States South Atlantic squadron has sailed from Rio Jan pun fur Rabin lurehibitlima Michigan und YiHooiiHin The Yalo team of deleters to meet Princetons team at New listen Conn Decemler 0 has been selected Cleveland 0 Nov 2SThu Rev prtsldentington D C died horn today Washington Nov 2STho House Commltteo on Rivers and Harlwrs met today and decided to prepare a river and harbor appropriation bill to IM presented early in tho coming session of Congress In his annual report Lieut Gen Chaffeo chief of stair of tho United htJnenllIcHo favors tho enactment of State laws disfranchising deserters from rjtho army Revival services nro in progress in different parts of tho country nota bly one in Brooklyn lei by Ueechers old church and ono in Wisconsin j with interest just now In Jauesvillo and Beloit where Rev N C Hunt is preaching COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY f opitltmiuinIreland Head tilt oldest native of DaviosA county lead There wero sixtysix births and Boventy deaths reported to tho Lou isvillo health Department during the week ending today Judge Field decided against Clar Once W Parsons cliiim to tho otlico of city engineer of Louisville under npXlntinont of the close of the Weaver administration Robert Wood of Mt Sterling gruiidnou of Maj A T Wood Pension Agent lilts recovered Hiiflicioutly from nn operation to return to his homo Ills right foot was Rumpus tated Complete official returns from congressional districts in the State show that James Democrat won by 0803 votes in tho First Smith Democrat 2000 in tho Fourth lUilnock Democrat by 2705 in tho Sixth and Trimble Democrat by 710H in tho Seventh With no rain in sight it seems curtails that tho present drouth in Ken r r tucky will bo tho worst on record not eves exc J8G1 Reports from nil over the Stato to the WeAt urn Bureau arc that not only Block but farmers nro actually Buffering from tho scarcity of water All then trninn nro hauling twice as water as they wore carrying a week JIO 4 THE CITIZEN lVOSTATUE OF FREDERICK THE GREAT EMPEROR WILLIAMS GIFT TO AMERICA Tho statue of Frederick the Greet pivacutetl to the Inltnl tUnics by the Herman emperor h n replica In bronro of a marble statue erected In JSOS In rotwUtu The hcleht of the figure Is seven feet The site of the statue U the wtplnuado of the new War collide Washington REJOICE IN THE LORD Glorious Thanksgiving Service In the Tabernacle An iinmenso audienco gathered on tho morning of Thanksgiving Day in tho Tnlxmiaclo in a service which was of tho highest interest mill in Hiration Tho mammon was by Rev Chins F GORS D D pf Cinciunati frosts tho text Phil 1el Ho sjwko of joy as a duty HOtnething which God intends every man to have that it is to lx found by seeking by planning by effort pike other good thing Joy Is something different from excitement and ecstasy Thero are moments in every lifetime when tho soul is enraptured mud there are ex which conio from dissipation and sin but these cannot last or satisfy Happiness however rejoicing is the present and eternal portion intended for every soul Tho good gifts of God ought to make ieoplo thankful and thanks giving ought to mako them happy And I como to you with this very simple iiHirmation that joy tho feel Ing referred to In our text is a moral obltuatioii I want to nflinn my simplehearted belief that it is our duty to Iw happy and that in this life no matter what experiences God may put into tho crucible for us it is our duty to distill drops of happiness out of them And 1sayy very thoughtfully and very confidently that in my judgment from tho allI servation I have had of life in tho long run you may expect unhappy people to bo bad ooplo A joyless stature will almost invariably become nn immoral nature Sunshino is tho condition of tho development of nil tho noblest powers of the soul just as It is of tho 1Iror tho plant and the human soul cut no more thrive In tho darkness of n joyless existence than the plant in our garden or window could thrive in a cellar And I want you to share with mo tho belief that happiness and joy are spirit ual necessities and that you can never expect to attain tho noblest and largest lifo of which you aro capable in this world without those feelings of tho appreciation of the goodness of God and tho meaning of human lifo that produce n porpctul state of Biinahino in tho soul Tho philosophyphilosophy In speaking of Robert Louis philosophyfollowing poem It I havo faltered mow or leu happlneIfAnd Worm no Inrlnui morning face ryeaHavoIf montlng aktea books Cud my toot And lumber rain Knock at my sullen hrart In vain Lord thy must deaauro lake And slab my iplrlt brow awako Time praiwo mooting which followed was spontaneous und ororflowing citizens students stud teachers taking part together Not a few families lad onto long distances President Frost asked for a hundred Thanks giving offerings to Iw given in tho twenty minutes that remained for tho service and when the timo was up personshadBrother Crawford gave thanks for Berca as a good phico in which a poor man could rise his children another gave thanks for time Christian spirit opportunitiesthe tion of the past year for lea for appreciation of the work of Galht human hearts for tho con sciousness of being led by the land of tho Lord for a Christian home and Christian parents for deliver mace from fear and for tho knowledge that nothing can separate us from tho lore of God for time plan of salvation for the friendship Christ that Ho gives us work mid makes it possible for us to have joy in that work for tho lower of enjoying tho every day things of life because Ho gives us what is lest instead of what wo desire for His patience with us that tho Savior lived as vile of the common people and has forever dig miffed tabor by hewing leen one of tho toilers Himself for tho message of the morning for tho watch care or tho Lord and tho conviction that Ho has planned our lives and that while wo cannot look forward and under stand we can look back and see that everything has leon for the best and for tho revelation of the great truth privilegeforjoy mind for our Puritan forefathers who first instituted Thanksgiving Day An Artists Recital Au unusually good audience ate tOUll Edward inno forte recital by Prof B Perry at time Tab ernaclo Friday night Prof Perry is distinguished for compositiolltainment hut a study In art and he begun by a lesson on tho nature and functions of time flame arts Art is not something merely Iwauti fish or pleasing Pleasure is not its thingIscult and requires grunt skill A bridgebuilder is akillful but ho is not nn artist There is really but ono thing in tho world to bo called artthat is expression tho bodying forth of nn idea Time architect puts his ideas in brick mid timber the painter puts his Ideas on crowns with lines and colors the sculptor carves his ideas in stone the poet and orator express their ideas in articulate speech tho musician expresses his ideas in those inarticulate but liar monious sounds which we call music Tho Professor then proceeded to give us tho plot or story whichwas to bo pictured forth in each of the compositions ho was to render Thoro was Mast a ballad by Chopin No8 0 which reflected a Polish story of a lake maiden who punishes a faithless knight then time Flying Dutchman by Wagner with its imitation of the horn mod tho whir of the spinning wheel then tho ridor the Wnlkur lea also by Wagner in which we heard the trampling saddlehorses and the song of maidens then by contrast an eclogue by lint reflecting the music of a shepherdess hertending flocks in time fields then a Gavotte by Seilns whichrepresented a stately sword dance of warriors in armor Perhaps the most beautiful and best appreciated piece of the evening was the Lorelei by Prof Perry himself This began with the sound of tho river Rhine then the song of the siren tho answer of time boatman time wreck of the boatman on the fatal rocks and at last the role ling of the river at the close Then Moyertho byChol1ineat grade in technique and spirit and tho interpretations enhanced its value a hundredfoldEvery recital must remindus of tho narrow range of instrumental musc Each piece won a work of art expressing time thing which the artist had in mind but time things express ed wero by no means great or varied Tho galloping of horses the striking ora clock the rolling of the river and the whir of a spinningwheel were admirably expressed but these are not tho things most worthy of ex passion It requires words poetry or oratory to give us the higher range of patriotism domestic love and religion and the humblest singer does more than tho greatest instrumental perfomer Another thing to Iw rciriarked was that all the pieces related to foreign subjects even the one piece by an American author Prof Perry did not relate tonnything in our native sand Every student of instrumental music found a great incentive in such a performance but wo repeat that the greatest lesson of time hour was that instrumental music finds its widest range and highest usefulness as an accompaniment of the voice New Management for The CItizen With this issue TImE CITIZEN passes from the possession and control of Mr James M Racer into the hands of the Berea Publishing Company This transfer does not indicate nay change in the general purpose mid management of THE CITIZEN This paper will continue to furnish a weekly visitor for the homes of the people where its coming we trust will bring both pleasure and profit The owners of TilE CITIZEN have never undertaken the publication of this paper with the primary object of making money It has been operated in with tho general aims of Berca College for the benefit of the people and the pushing forward of everything which can help tho farm er the housewife tho teacher and time little children We have n thou sandevidences that we are doing good In many communities you can tell the families that take THE CITIZEN and those who do not by meeting them on the street or riding pnst their dooryards on the road Where Time CITIZEN goes there is thrift industry hopefulness and progress Tho next thing for any family to having a child in Berea College is having TilE CITIZEN crone to their post office A word about our subscrip Lion list We ore not in the field for time purpose of making money but we must have money in order to give our subscribers the best kind of a paper We should not have been able to do what wo have done hud it not been for the very generous amount of advertising which has been furnished us by Beroa College We really think that Mr Dodwell Mr Racer wore too generous in send ing the paper to some people who did not pay for it and we shall try to institute a reform Wo ask every subscriber who is in arrears to pay up or send us n postal card binned payMred by tho new Company to represent it in collecting subscriptions during this month of December We ask all our friends to send in their sub scriptions promptly and recommend Helpingand helping eastern Kentucky Yours very truly TilE BEREA PUBLISHINO Co Notice glvosnollootothat their taxes are post duo and that they will pleaso call and settle ut once W J TATUU I Sixteen Departments Bight Pages H Cannot Afford To Lose HI fAVE you deeds mortgages insurance policies Ior other papers i that you do not care to If so we advise you toloseI one of our safe deposit boxes in our fire proof vault These safes 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attention to our especially attractive in Ladies Hose and Vests Our large opening in fall and winter hats Ribbons in College colors Handkerchiefs etc and other things feminine Mrs Bettie Mason Main St Berea Kr 1Iu t J East End Drug Co DEALERS IN PURE DRUGS AND MEDIOmNES See our 5e and 100 counter A WONDER OF GLASS- WORK Come and look at the nicest line of QUEENS WARE ever in Berea We also carry a nice line or FRESH GROCERIES and STAPLE ARTICLES at the lowest prices CALL AND SEE US PaHCRHTIONS A IIIIOIALTf H C WOOLF Prop 111111111 I1H11IIIII1IiII i- 1t arnI1l4 n- j r THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher DEREA KENTUCKY SUCCESS To you success t dear and I Am hoping on and driving too ivrhaps the aim you have III high And Ood may prosper what you do Sff over there II ono who stands rroudfaed from other men apart And there are Jewel on his hand And joy perhaps la In his heart That he might heap up worldly stores A hundred men and women died Great wealth It hie but at his floors Love has been rudely thrust aside And men behold him where he goes Him unto whom mans lives are less Than money U und still suppose That he has mounted to success S E KUer In Chicago Hecordlterald OOOOOOOONOOOOOOOON0400 t1uE cACS OFTNE FLAG 1 UV LIEUT C F BIAIIT1N USA 0- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONOOON04 I IIIII1 no1readcusedThe prisoner a young soldier with a haggard face and tired eyes rose mechanically and stood gazing al the Judgeadvocate who read In clear emotionless tones the charges setting forth that Private John Walters Company M th United States Infantry had been guilty of conduct prejudicial to good order and military discipline In that he had been drunk and disorderly In his company quar ters and had disobeyed a lawful or der given him by his superior officer You have heard the charges and specifications preferred against you continued the officer representing tho government as prosecuting attorney low do you plead Tho prisoner looked helplessly at his connpcl a tall bronzed man in the uniform of a firstlieutenant who re tponded Guilty to the specifications and to the charge The prosecution here rests an nounced the judgeadvocate Has the accused any evidence to offer In his own behalf questioned the president of the court The accused had none Ills counsel in a few words begged the court to consider thai the prisoner had been at the time of his offense under the Influence of the poisonous Filipino biiio which had deprived him of his responsibility he called attention to the excellent service the accused had at various limas rendered under fire as set forth in his record and request ed that such clemency as was possible lie shown Mm As Walters followed by his counsel Me the room he let his eyes pass for the first time over the grQup of grave khakiclad officers forming the court martial Will the lieutenant tell me what he thinks I will get 1 he asked when the door had closed behind them for the verdict Well this is your sixth conviction within the year Walters Im afraid you cant hope for less than a discharge ann If months lhut night M Walters lay on his hard bunk by the barred window of tle rude stone building used as n euardbouM he tried to analyze his po sit ion Dishonorable discharge and 12 months the thought kept ring- Ing In hL head A year In Blllbld no blno and no fighting Then he would hi sent back to the Stateshe never wanted to see the States again the battle of life there had been too strong for him defeat had seemed to pursue him In every renewed effort and his repeated failures to con quer his insatiate thirst for liquor had only brought disgrace upon his family In his army service his reckless cour age uuder fire had atoned for much of his recklessness In drink For long drink and battle had been the only sedatives to quiet the fire In his brain only when drugged with one or wild with the passion of the other hall he been able to forget the pangs of acknowledged failure But five years In the tropics had begun to takeaway the sting There was forgetful ness In this land U emanated from the indolent rustling of the palm trees from the gulden dreamy glow of the twilights Irom the langorous perfume of the Yiang Ylang He was slowly and surely Imbibing the lotus flowers potion fircontont The east was dropping Its hell over his soul and he was arateful for Its mercy A faint rustling vilhout the wlnj lew attracted Us bttoutlon he peered through the leIs and saw in the diU light a form crouching close to the prison wall luabellc he vhlHtCitd A siull lironn hand came through the iron uprights arl frcbeed his fln gera as they rested en the sill It wus a Filipino girl whom Walters had onto protected from the Insults of a dMiikcn liMitt pad who had thereaf tar secretly lavished upon this reck luta cloomy young American all the affection of which she was capable Unrotifiilons of the detper feelings which animated her Waiters had not been tmsenslbli to tUo unfailing friendship she had shown him and between the two a sort of comradeship had arlseu She came to him for advice and sympathy In the small affairs of ber lift and Wulierx bad found her hospitable home an agreeable asylum wbou he wanted to escape from the rougher coinpanlotiihjp of hits associ ate Her pptilr t below hit win M I dow however filled him with sur prlsr What are you dtilnfc here Isabella ho demanded No habln she murmured In her quaint mixture of Spanish and Eng lish No habla I get you out Wullerss heart leaped at the hopo The girl began working with sonic In strument nt the sou rocks forming tho whitlow Dili Into which the bars were mortised U flic could remove one he could escape Ircedom seemed to him then theimost glorious tiling on earth something ho must have at any coiL He tiptoed up to tho heavy bamboo partition separating the long room occupied by the i rsoncrs from the smaller piano whore tho guard slept Through lute cracks IIP could see lying on their cots the members of the giard who were oft uuty at the door sat tho sergeant nosing in his chair In front the sentinel ens pacing up and downWalters noted with satisfaction that tho other two Koltllun confined with him were sleeping on the side oppo rite his bunk The guardhouse was a stone camar Inu which had been used by Its Fill piss owner for the storage of sugar anti rice It was oy no means consid ered Invincible us a prison but the vigilance of thhe piuird was Intended to counteract Its elements of weak nessHowever there was anticipated no effort at escape on the part of the throe incarcerated Americans who could hardly find ru incentive to risk thiir lives in the dense marshy coun try fillet as it was by hostile Filipinos The consequent relaxation of the watchfulness maintained over the building permitted the girl to perform her task jndetCttd It was not a difficult font fur her slowly to loosen anal finally to icmove one of the en milling porous stone The Iron uptight was then aulckly forced aside and Walters slipped through the window AJ tho two crept away under cover of the darkness Walters rapidly form ulated his plans Isabella he said suddenly Im going away from all thisInto the mountains Im done with America and Americans forever After a pause ho continued Youve been very kind to me Isabella Will you go with me to the mountains The girl hiMilitcd while Walters waited brcathlcfly for her decision Yes senorI will go lIe pressed the band that trembled In his You won t regret It Isabel la he said You have been the only one thats ccr seen much in me to care for and I will not forget it Well find us a place where nobody will ever discover us and well build us n home Now be continued Im going to slip into the quarters and get my gun and some things you get what you need from home and wait for me at the church After the girl had disappeared in the darkness Walters stood a few moments looking at the light flickering through the door of the guardhouse he could discern the sentinel on num ber one Yes he was satisfied lie cared not to go back to America where he had learned what life could give of suffering There was nothing now that would cause him to turn back he was free he would forget Life had still something left to of ferAn hour later while slipping cau tiously across the road near the church on the outskirts of the town he stum bled over some soft inanimate object on the ground He put down his hand and touched the face of a man In stinctively he realized that the man was dead On his knees beside the figure he explored It with his hands lug fingers traveled over the well known uniform of an American soldier at the side his hand Was wet and he felt a rent in the khaki blouse The warm blood was still flowing Wal ters rose to his feet and stepped quick ly into the shadow of some bushes on theroadsideSentry number three boloed on post be muttered That means an attack the devils will probably strike just at daybreak That would be In less than an hour he knew As he crouched In his shelter he saw dark forms creeping silently along the road one or two at atlrae all moving in tho same direction Tho Americans would be murdered In their beds Walters thought of the girl walling at tho church not 50 yards distant he could join her ogA by daylight they could be far away toward the mountains What affair was this of his Had ho not renounced his race If ho went back to warn the troops he would probably nerer reach the quarters alive and even if ho succeeded In saving the garrison ahd himself after It was all over he would only get put back in prison for his pains That would mean an end to his dream of oblivion on the mountain side He would bo taken back to America Gods Country as the men called It At the name there ran through his mind a fragment of the improvisation the soldiers sang when starting pn a hike But God country li behind us long ago and far away And were flghtln Filipinos round the old Manila bay And were goln home In boxes but thus toryi what It tells When youve heard the Slag acallln why you wont heed nothln else When youve heard the flag a call In = Yes the flag was calling nowWhat is wrong ASked Capt Gra ham starting up In bed as a man stag gered Into his room calling his name It Is I captain Walters Theres an attack to bo made In a tow minutes About 300 Filipinos lying In the grass In front of the quarters waiting for daylight The voice died away and Walters sank Into a heap on the floor Capt Graham was at his lIdo in an instant Are you hurt my boyt ho asked as ho lifted tho huddled figure Ran Into ono of them on my way up murmured Walters I knocked hint down with my gun but he got his knife In first- Theyll pay for It said tho cap tain grimly lIe laid Walters on the bed and passing Into tho adjoining room he awoke the surgeon and whis pered in his car Do your beat for that boy he con tinued as ho turned towards the stairs I dont know what bos doing out of the guardhouse but hes won shoulder straps tonight The building occupied ns quarters by the American troops hail been a Catft olio convent The officers occupied rooms elevated at ono end and the men had their bunks on the stone floor of the large lower room formerly used as a chapel In five minutes after Capt Graham had loft tho doctor the soldiers were stealing silently out of the wide doorway and taking their places In the dark shadow along the front of the building Not a light had been struck not a word spoken save by the of ficers as they moved softly about waking thu men and whispering instructions In their ears Without a question the trained fighters secured their rifles and ammunition and moved to their posts When tho last man was In place Capt Graham the senior officer stationed himself near the doorway There was no moon and a cloudy sky added to the Intense darkness pre ceding the breaking bf dawn The men had orders to hold their rifles ready but under no circumstances to shoot until the captain gave the order Before them stretched the plaza on tho other side of which was a rank growth of grass at either flank was a village street Nothing Indicated that an enemy was near After a seemingly Interminable period of waiting the glow of morn Ing began to appear In the east and spread with tropical swiftness The watching soldiers could now make out the dark line marking the opposite side of the plaza As the light grew the lino on which every eye was strained took a definite form It seemed to be moving Yes It was surely coming slowly forward The men held their breaths as they lay prone on the stone front and watched that living wave creeping across the square They looked at their captain He was crouching on his knees his eyes fixed as It fascinated Did ho see that that line was advancing Tho Filipinos would rise In another Instant for the rush But not a soldier thought of firing they would await that word of command Nearer and nearer crept the Fili pinos Now the poldlers could distinguish the Individuals composing that moving wall They could set the long murderous Knives It was the moment the captain walled for Flrehls voice ranI out like a whip followed Instantly by a flash of flame and the roar of rifles The black line half way across the plaza seemed to wilt and crumble With yells of wild surprise and abject terror the Filipinos fled from that ter rible hall of death Then tho trumpets rang out the Charge and the avenging Americans dashed after their wouldbe assassins who scattered Ilka rabbits and sought shelter In thin thickets Twothirds of the bolomen were lying on the plaza which had been their deathtrap Returning when further pursuit seemed useless Capt Graham left a subordinate In charge of the work of gathering up the dead and wound ed of the enemy and hastening up stairs ho found the doctor bending over Walters Hows that deserter thats turned hero began Graham In his hearty voice Hell get a pardon and a medal of honor for last night The doctor held up his hand The sun streaming through the win dow lighted up the pale face of the dying soldier and seemed to stamp upon his features a wonderful peace fulness Ills lips were moving Lean Ing over him the two watchers caught the murmur When youve heard the flag acallln why you wont heed flothln else San Francisco Argonaut THE HABIT OF SCANDAL Tongue Schooled to DI iiiiroT l- 1Vn Loth to Svroli Word of Irnlnr Old Mrs Etheridge had loved gossip all her life but although her ears were always ready for It she had schooled her tongue to disapproval relates Youths Companion Nobody minded what she said for although she might shake her head and utter her custom ary mild repoot her eyes never failed to express Interest and a desire for more Information I The one phase which rose to her lips when the tale was ended had be come so habitual that toward the close of her life she occasionally employed it l InvoluntarilyHave heard about Edward 1 asked one of the family connection moving her chair close to the old conIftdentlally head and put her hand to her ear They say announced the relative In strident tones that hes making a splondld name for himself and has been offered a salary of 115000 by an other firm and that he Is just as clover as he can be has hosts of friends tjuro In Chicago and deserves them all I The light of pride and joy shone Iji the old ladys eyes but custom was too strong for hr tongue You shouldnt repeat It dear she quavered Theres a wrong story somewhere RULE FOR BREAD MAKING Plain Directions Which Will Lead to Dent Results If Carefully Followed One sues rulos tor breadmaking In almost every household column but how many Inexperienced bakers could succeed In making a palatable loaf even after reading the whole list of them Verily it Is a craft handed down from mother to daughter and with out tho advice of an Inexperienced hand good bread comes only at the cost of serious difficulties says tho Prairie Farmer Homo Magazine There should be no difficulty In tot lowing this rule without any previous experience and although It is Intended to bo used with a brcad mixer now found In every hardware store and a great convenience and timo saver yet the rulo will work equally well by handAt noon the day before baking put threefourths of a cako of yeast to soak In halt a pint of lukewarm water at one oclock beat Into this one cupful of flour beat this until It is full of air bubbles then set In a place as near 75 degrees as possible A bowl Is the most convenient dish for this sponge and It should be covered with a small plato while rising If tho weather or room is very warm keep the sponge from ovcrunnlng by fre quently beating down until eight oclock or In very hot weather oven later In the winter however when the temperature of the room will prob ably fall to 60 degrees tho bread can I bo mixed up at six oclock Bring one quart of milk to a good boll not simply heated and a heap log tablespoonful of salt and tho same of sugar and If desired a piece of lard the size of a hickory nut put with this a quart of water which will make the mixture about lukewarm pour this Into tho mixer add the bowlful of sponge then six quarts of flour or three times as much flour as liquid The measuring must be very accurate remembering that a quart Is not a quart unless tho measuring dish Is level Lull Now place tho kneader and turn for three minutes or until the dough forms a bill about tho kneader Cover the oldfashioned method of bundling the dough up In a clean piece of old woolen blanket has much to commend It in keeping an even tem perature both In summer and winter In the morning the kneader should be ready to overflow or the dough should be twice the size of the night before Run a thin knife around the edge of the mixer and turn until It again forms a ball If there Is any doubt as to the bread being of tho proper consistency It can bo taken out upon the board and kneaded a moment by hand and more flour be added If the dough has a tendency to spread out Instead of retaining Its position As there Is a slight difference In different brands of flour this may be neces wIthILet rise once more until twice Its size and make into loaves Theso must again rise until twice their size and then bake In an oven In which flour will brown In five minutes If tho temperature hop been in the neighborhood of 75 the bread will be out of the oven very early but It Is hard to retain this temperature all night Do not let It get chilled however This will make four good sized loaves and Is all the mixer will hold but It is so much less trouble to make bread with Its did that one can afford to make it oftener SIMPLE CURES FOR COUGH Easy of Administration and In Or dinary Cases Are Very Efficacious There are few disorders more teasing to tho sufferer and to those about him than this hacking cough and the cause of It should be Investigated as soon as possible so that cojnmon sense may aid in the cure says the Boston Bud getSometimes the uvula the pendulous ofII point touches the tongue producing a tickling sensation which requires tcough to relieve It A little dry tannic acid put In a quill and blown on the uvula will con tract it or halt a teaspoonful of tho powder mixed with two teaspoonfuls of glycerine stirred Into half a glassful of warm water should be used as a gaf gle When a severe cold has been taken and there is a cough with soreness of the chest great core should be taken In soaking the feet and rubbing the chest with camphorated oil etc to avoid an attack of bronchitis But i for tho little aggravating hacking cough the prescribed stern reprcs slon Idea is the most common eenro I method as each cough that Is coal lowed or otherwise avoided will glve the irritated surfaces which are kept inflamed by repeated coughing a bet ter chance to heal- Reaping and Sowing Character Is not something to be bought It Is to be grown You must begin soon Its great value depends upon getting an early start You can never repair wholly the damage wrought on character in early life There Is a flc tion that you can sow wild oats and yet reap no bad harvest therefrom WI reap what wo sow Youth la the sowing time The harvest Is a character Her C B MitchflL Storeroom Hint Pickles and Jams will remain fresh and void of mold If the shelves of your storeroom are strlnkled with ilme Fresh lime should be supplied about once a month litloses Its ijtrcngth HouujVecper WHEN MOTHER READS ALOUD When mother reads aloud the past Seems real as every day 1 hour the tramp at armies vast I ice tho spears and lance cutI join tho thrilling tray Brave knight and ladles fair and proud I meet when mother road aloud When mother rends aloud for lands Seem very near and true I cross the drvvrfu gleaming sands Or hunt the juniitei prowling lands Or sail the ocean blue Far heights whose peaks tke cold mists shroud I scale when mother reads aloud When mother red aloud 1 long For noble deeds to doTo help the right rednbs the wrong It seems so easy to be strong Bo simple to be true Oh thick nnd fait the vlclotin erawd My eyes when mother route aloud Hannah Q Kernald U St Nicholas FIGHTWITH WHALE Thrilling Encounter Off the Coast of Maine with an Infuriated Leviathan As a rule whales do not venture below the coast of Nova Scotia but occasionally one gets astray and makes a tour of the eastern coast and he generally comes to grief A large lone finback was sighted off the coast of Maine by a whaling steamer and of course prepara tions were promptly made to capture himA boat was lowered and manned with the captain his mate and four sailors Tbo captain with a large heavy whale gun In which was an explosive bomb lance took tho bow of the boat while the mate steered Upon approaching the whale It was seen that ho would be an ugly customer to deal with as he showed no Inclination to run but kept slowly milling around evidently watt ing to be attacked Then niucd some maneuvering and finally the captain fired but the motion of the boat Impaired the aim and tie whale although badly wounded was not hit In a vital part says W Alva who tells the story In Golden Days He made for the boat and pUling under It struck it with his flukes towing It quite 20 feet Into the air with Its crow throwing tho men out As the boat descended the whale again struck It with his tall and completely demolished It While the whale was destroying the boat the crew fortunately secured an oar apiece and swam out of danger On board the steamer the mishap was seen Another boat was lowered and the men were picked up and taken on board much exhausted Nothing daunted everything was got in readiness Two guns were loaded each with an explosive lance the cap tain taking one and the mate the other and taking their positions on the bow of the steamer word was given to go aheadThe whale In the meantime was lylngstlll among the debris of tho wrecked boat occasionally throwing Its flukes Into the air As the ship neared tho monster he left the wrecked boat and made for the steamer with the evi dent Intention of striking her on tho port bow By a quick turn of the rud der the steamer cleared him by a few feet but with no chance for a shot The whale then turned and again made for the steamer coming down from the windward for about midships of the vessel Seeing that the whale evidently Intended to breach the vessel word was given to go ahead at full speed As tho whale reared Its huge body Into the air tho little steamer forged ahead and the whale fell Into the water with a terrible noise and just cleared the steamers stern by a few feet When the whale struck the water It made such a heavy swell that the men were un able to stand on the deck Seeing that It was Impossible to get a shot at the leviathan without great risk to the steamer and crew another plan was resorted to A large strong water cask holding 250 gallons was emptied of Its contents and then bunged tightly The steamer was once more headed for the fighter and as the approached him ho again came to the attack The cask was thrown overboard to attract his attention and the vessel retreated to a safe distance Tho whale Instantly went for the cask throwing It high In the air with his flukes but such was its strength and buoyancy no damago was dono to It After several futile attempts to smash the cask with his flukes he commenced to swim slowly around It occasionally striking It with his head and trying to bite it evidently forgetful of the ship the captain and crow of which were watching his every movement closely Here was the captains chance and tilentlr but swiftly the little steamer glided up behind the whale and before he was aware of lie approach he received the contents of both of tho whaleguns The steamer sheeted off to a place of safety the whale swam about 100 yards and commenced to break and lash the sea into foam In his frenzy and dying struggles After about five minutes flurry be commenced to slowly mill around and finally giving ono last breach Into the air came down on his side dead Dreams Idle Dreams The Boy Oncet a feller give me a tub uv pink Ice cream an a wholo barrelful uv lickerishdrops an a hat tut of Jollycake Tho Girlin whatd yer dot The DayI fell outer bed on bumped mo head lomotUn orful JI dge 1 TILE SHADOW SHOW Come children laa mamm 11181119Ily must knrw- TI time you were ready to come to the show Then we scamper upitalrt ai tutu cat be For we know just what mamma means yea roe fwd U the stand stand the tlckttt out lOur prows town the actors all come from faraway tamp It turned up until It It bright And mamma takes taper and crumple II tight First twitting It this way then Wading It bat- 1uiltng tt out or pressing It flat Till the shadows It makes upon the whitewall Are funniest figures troth abort and tall llwe ceniM an old soldier to brave and se true And thtnlte old woman that lived In a shoe A Chinaman next wltt a pack on hU hack And shoes with pointsu sharp asa tack And there is a very plainly you ae Hho ureljr is afltfr the CJiliKimann tea Antw ll I lHlarottbrel Tabby lhi att- Lookair at It eke were fulng a rat Mad tho bird mamma w yt with Itt wlagt outrHd- Is flying bonus le lit tree to belt Tti time eel birdies to be In their nest And eta tine for children ta He dawn ar irtC- karttllI Shield IB Tulha Companion CROSS THE DELTA A Puzzling Trip for the Brlght Eyed Boy or Girl to Take Under the Study LamptrThis represents a delta Draw the Ilinenot necessarily a straight lint TUB DELTA by which one may pass from one side to the other crossing the least number of channels Rural Wits Triumph Occasionally tho smart city man who endeavors to be witty with the rural Itct he passes finds that the laugh Is en himself says the Chicago Kecord Herald A party of New York actors were spending their vacation tho last rummer at a cottage near Kcnncbunk rort Me- They took up sailing with all the en thusiasm of the amateur and had become sufficiently expert to trust them flvcs upon their small sloop without a skipper to guide them In this happy state they drifted up the small river that mllIt lute the ocean near their cottage undea gentle breeze Ono of them caught sight of a bucolic looking native watching them tlth In terest from tho shore Howdy do Hennery the New York thespian sang out Feeling purty well- Mlddlln good was tho reply Crops good I hope pursued the Broadway favorite How are turnips Vial mister was the discouraging reply wo dont plant em wrong Bide up cz you have got your jib set A Kind and Daring QirL There comes to us in the Philadel phla Inquirer an Interesting account Iot a cat frightened by a dog which ran up a telegraph polo at the corner ot Germantown and Stanton avtruoa and remained there for nearly an hour until a crowd of something like a thou sand persons gathered to look at her It ended when Miss Ethel SIHoy a young girl climbed the steps ut the pole and brought dcwa the triglbterrod pussy I i l THE CITIZEN The Home t JBHHIB LESTER BILL Editor MlIMiMlMMMM1HHl V A Oood Paste I To innko n good paste for labels mix together with cold water until they forum a mnooth crentn rOIll1lIl1ltll of lour nod mi outlet iiiul n half of brows migar Then pour In Ixjlling water Htriring nil the time till tho right con sintoney obtained Add five to nix drop of carbolic acid Home Hints To make a lowroom look higher le- the curtaiiiH hang to the floor Short curtains make the room look lower than It Uno jxnvdered whiting moistened with n little to clean tin wart Polish with a leather or with a pad of o1t1nowHIIIIlur If a chimney catch Site run to tho Knit lx x and empty it out on tho llanuH They will Iw reduced us if by magic and then further steps can In taken to vxtinguiHh them Lavatory IIIxs may IK cleansed soap and Hlime by leaving a good hand fun of common sail in tho basin over night Tim wilt will gradually diM Holvo and the first Hush of water in thin morning will clean tho pile Cough Reliever Squeeze large clean handkerchief out of water and pinto in a wad on the pillow of tho patient an inch or two from his nose ho can inhale tho moisture He will nil 111111lCMO coughing in fifteen minuter While this treatment may tat cure n cough- It will insure a good nights rest to many a sick child and tired mother 4Before wriugillgclothlll when wash u Hiuall plow of bacon rind against each roller of the wringer while turning tho handle few times It will run easily thou without anyoil dripping off on tho clothe Iktforo ironing turn a bacon rind Mesh side up on a Ixmrd tint placo n large clean cloth near It Every time an Iron taken from the fire nib hot tom null edges on it mid then on tho cloths mud then still never Iw iiHinut on the most delicate garment If one forgets mill lots n dish of hot foal trot cold on u new oilcloth dont try to pull it loose nor run n knife bladeiinder it hilt dip out the rood omit fill the dish with water Let stout tun minute and it will come up without injury to the cloth HHHHHHHHWHIHlHH The School 1 JOHN WIRT DIHSMORB Eliot HHH If M Ml II 111 M I tH WHACKS And Whit They Mean When Old Mother Nature gives you n whack rememlxir thoros n rea son HO try andsay thank you thou set about finding what you have done to demand tho rebuke tutu try mid get Imok into line for Hints the happy placo after all Curious how ninny highly organiz ed IItOJllo fail to appreciate nnd heed taw first little gentle whacks of tho I good old Dante but go right along with tho habit whatever it may Iw thud causes her disapproval Whisky Tobacco Coffee Tea or other uuuut urn treatment of the lady until se riots illnetw sets in or udmo chronic disease Some people BCCIH to get on very well with those things for uwhlle and Mother Nature apparently cares but little what they do Perhaps she has no particular plans for theta mil thinks it little tiso to waste time in their training Them are people however who Seem to lx selected by Nature to do things The old Mother expects them to carryout mime department of her great work A portion of these selected ones oft and again seek to stimulate and then deaden the tool till body hlomo out or snore of tho drngH Whisky Tobacco Coffee Tea Morphine etc You know all of these throw down tho sumo clans of alkaloids in chem ical analysis They stimulate and then depress They take from man or woman tho power to do his or her Ixttl work Aflor those people have drugged for a time they get a hint or mild whack to remind thom that they havo work to do n mission to per forum and should bo about tho busi tress but are loafing along tho way lIdo and become unfitted for the fame and fortune that waits for thom if they lint stick to tho course and keep tho body clear of obstructions it 1 can carry out the behests of the V mindSickness is n call to como up high er Tlfoso hints come in various fortes U may lw stomach trouble or Ixnvols heart oyes kidneys or gen oral nervous prostration You may do ciid upon it when n whack collies its u warning to quit somo abuse tutu do tho right and fair thimi with tho hodIgrcntcfltruis Now then If Mother Nature is gentle with you stud only gives light little whacks at first to attract at tention dont abuse her considera lion or she will soon hit you harder sure And you may also lx sure she will hit you very very hard if you insist on following thin way you have goingSleep Up to tho fifteenth year most young jx ople require ton hours sleep and till the twentieth year nine hours After that ago every one litmus out how much ho or she requires though an a general rule at least six or eight hours are necessary Eight hours sleep will prevent more nervous de rangements in women than any tiled tone can cure During growth there must Ixs ample sleep If the brain is to develop to its fullest extent and the moro nervous excitable or precocious a child is the longer sleep it should get if its intellectual progress is not to watt to a premature standstill or its lifo cut short at an early ago CIiJlJlIIt Itt111tHllltttMhlltt1t11 JThe Farm B1LAS CHEBVER MA80H Editor Pin Feathers HardineHH tho first of all qualities to week in n breed In raining broilers for market enrlincHH Is quite an item Iloil and stash jxtatoe and mix with milk before feeding There is n growing preference fti many markets for brown Hholled eggs Nearly 100 manufacturers of incubators and brooders are puttitt Hotting hens out of business A variety of rood will not cost anymore than ono article all the time lilt it payn a good deal tatter Gather up tho charcoal from that old brush pile and throw it into th iwultry yard or into tho scratching shed A padlock costs little and stay help to save much Poultry meat i a worth money now Look thodoorHorunchaiu tho dog There nhould lx no more smells about a foul house than alxml our own dwelling house mnellsaro proof of un cleanliness and of need of n house cleaning The Prevention of Lice To keep chickens free from IScomul diseased wash tho roosts with coal oil omit whitewash tho house inside and out every month Sweep tho drop plugs from under time roost every morning sad sprinkle slaked limo over tho ground Alwayrf keep n piece of red ceder under tho nests to keep vermin away from setting hens Have time nests HO you can clean them well Never have strew for them but with nice fine dry dirt and shape i like n straw nest Empty every time n hen sets omit hatchet and you can set hens mill summer on these dirt nests I have always done this and have never seen n louse or hlldn young or old chicken to die from that cause Fanny Uillingsley in Epito mist Manv and vnr ious were the in fluences that contributed to tho un precedented personal victory gained by Mr Roosevelt But none of tho minor Influences helped him moro thou did tho abuse which tho Southern oliticians and newspapers heap ed upon him for entertaining Booker T Washington at tho White louse The American people will never ac cept tho dictum that a Negro scholar is the inferior of a white ignoramus that a Negro gentleman is tho infer ior of n white blackguard that a mans title to consideration rests on tho color of his skin and not on his character and achievements Now York llorW A serious congestion of freight is reported frost tho lower Mononga hela valley Its Coming Chill the sky and scent the starlight Damp and dunk tho night air Is And fret a dull foreboding Which I know U rheumatU Knew the Man Did you hear that JtMiks had quit drinking for good No I Imdnt heard Poor maul When Is thu funeral to he7 PERT PARAGRAPHS Ono girl says that nmrrlngo is no longer n lottery It JN make good or pay alimony now Some stories ore too good to be trueI and some are too true to bo good Reputation In sometimes synonymous with bank account glTAE BUREAU OF CORPORATIONS IS GOING TO FIND OUT WHAT IN THAT CLOSET AN ORDER ISSUED Attorney General of the United States Declares Guessing Con tests to Ho Lotteries THE POSTMASTER GENERAL ACTS tall Addressed to a Person or Com pony Engaged In Them Will Be Re turned Stamped Fraudulent Rulegd Will Hereafter Be Allowed to Begin Operations Washington Nov 30Tho attorney Teesean Important opinion In regard to all guessing contests in newspapers magazines etc declaring all such to bo lotteries Tho postmas ter general will act upon this opinion and debar all papers etc publishing such contests from the malls Postmaster General Wynne said that he would not act precipitately In tho mat tor but would give each case wheat ing before Issuing orders against them The attorney general in his opinion payn that In each contest thousands had Invested small sums in hopo and expectation that luck would enable them to win largo returns A comparatively small percentage ho says of tho participants will realize their expectations Thousands will get nothing They tho contestsare in effect lotteries under tho guise of guessing contests Tho attorney general quotes an opts ion of the court of appeals of Now York made on August 5 1904 where It was hold that where a scheme legitlmatotThis opinion relates to all guessing contests and overrules all former opin- Ions In view of such schemes Tho opinion sustains tho position of tho post office department which has been against guessing contests Postmaster Generals Statement Postmaster General Wynne Tuesday night gave out the following official statementFor number of years tho post of nee department has admitted to tho malls advertisement and other matter concerning so called guessing or ell timating contests The question of whether or not these schemes are lotteries has been several times presented to tho attorney general who held that they were not lotteries within tho meaning of the postal lottery act In view of two recent cases In which the supreme court and the New York court of appeals rendered opinions the postmaster general felt warranted In again submitting the question to the attorney general Following the opinions in these two cases the attorney general now holds that the schemes are lotteries The Law Will Be Enforced It is therefore Incumbont upon tho post ounce department to enforce tho law under which the postmaster gen oral is authorized upon evidence satisfactory to him that any person or is in a dlstrllbutlonorder that all mall addressed to such person or company bo returned stamp ed fraudulent As a number of legitimate enter prises havo adopted theso or guessing contests as a estimatingI vertising and In view of sion to tho malls of matter to theso contests within the last tow years the elimination of these schemes from tho maUl can not be mado Immediately absolute If such a iichcmo has already been entered upon In good faith tho department serlIouslyEach case will be handled separately and no scheme which Involves the genImence operations A TOWN BOMBARDED Not Less Than 500 Shots Were Fired at Zeigler III nenton Nov 30 Zelgler was fired upon Monday night from sun down to daylight It Is estimated that no less than shots were fired at the town Tho four Gatling guns belonging to tho coal company was turn ed on In full force in the direction from which the shots came The town was completely surrounded and the firing camo from every quarter As sistant Adjt Gen Recce and the Car bondale militia company arrived In ZolRlcr Tuesday and Gen fleece will remain several days to Investigate tho situation It Is thought that still more troops will be brought Examination of the ground Tuesday morning showed that the men who were firing have powerful guns They wore stationed from onehalf to three quarters of a mile from the town Al most a bushel of empty shells of every size and make were found in the woods A trail of blood was found on a rail fence and from this it Is sup posed that at least one person was wounded Further trouble is antlcl paled OHIOS OFFICIAL VOTE Total Number of Ballots Cast 1026229 For President 1004393 Columbus 0 Nov 30The official vote of Ohio at the recent election completed Tuesday night totaled 026229 ballots cast The total vote counted for president was Roosevelt 600095 Parker 344674 Swallow 19339 Debs 36260 Corregan r 2633 Watson 1392 Total 1004393 Roosevelts plurality totaled 255421 Secretary of State Laylln rep re ceived 687568 Sandles dem 357 179 Layllns plurality 230389 The republicans made gains over tho McKinley election of 1900 In 63 coun ties and losses were noted in 25 FOR A SPECIAL ELECTION Suit Filed to Assure a Successor to Senator C A Judson Columbus 0 Nov 3oEd Zurhurst of Sandusky and his attorney Hal O DoRan aro hero to bring a mandamus suit against Gov Herrick to compel him to call a special election to choose a successor to Senator C A Judson of Sandusky and one against Attorney General Ellis to compel him to suo Senator Judson to recover the second years salary which he drew before resigning to accept Zurhorsts place su1premeof tho mandamus suit against the gov ernor and it was filed The style Is Edmund II Zurhorat vs Myron T Her rick Arbitration Treaty With Italy Washington Nov 30Italy has accepted the Invitation of the American government to conclude an arbitration treaty and Baron Mayer Des Planches the Italian ambassador called at the state department to deliver the mea sage Farewell Visits to President Francis St Louis Nov 30The United LoulslIvisits of respect Tuesday to President Francis tho national commission and tho board of lady managers IThe South Atlantic Squadron Brazil Nov SOThe United States South Atlantic squadron arrlv led hero Tuesday from Rio Janeiro The gunboat Castlno will leave Bahla shortly to Investigate tho reported shoal oft Pemambuco Insane Asylum Innate Won a Prize St Paul Mina Nov SOA woman inmate of ono of the state Insane hoe pltals has won a prlzo of 1250 offered by an eastern magazine for the solo lIng of a rebus and a short essay on au assigned topic r Kentucky Intelligence BOTH WENT TO JAIL His Own Gate and That of His Client Lost By the Lawyer tLoulsvlllo Ky Nov 30 Hewitt Nail a member of a prominent family and a wellknown lawyer was taken to the workhouse Tuesday afternoon being unable to pay a fine of 15 and secure bond for 300 for 90 days for drunkenness and disorderly conduct Nail was arrested on the complaint of Mrs John Williams who said he forced his way Into the house to see her sister Miss Ida Clarkson She said that on numerous occasions Nal entered the dining room and seating himself at tho table would place a revolver at the side of his plate as a notice to those who might object his presence Nail defended his own caseAfter his conviction and when he was led to the prisoners cage a Negro woman informed Bailiff Hosier that- Nall had received a fee to defend he son Tho court ordered Nail released to take charge of the case He plead cd eloquently but had loss success than In his own affair the Negro be ing fined 19 and put under 300 bond Lawyer and client went to tho work house together In the black maria FOREST FIRES RAGING Many Homes Near Owlngivllle Ky Are Endangered Owlngavlllo Ky Nov 30 Forest fires are raging In tho mountains in the eastern and southern part of thl county and thousands of dollars wort of valuable timber and fencing have been destroyed Reports Tuesday night state tha several residences are In danger an parties have been organized to fight tho fire Owing to the severe drought water Is very scarce and only a lim ited amount can be secured to fight tho fire The flames can bo seen from hero INSANE MANS DEED Slew His Family of Five and Then Shot Himself In the Head Plkevllle Ky Nov 30A horrible wholesale murder was perpetrated near Shelby Pike county Enoch Sloan a farmer came home tram Shelby and In a drunken fit it is charged shot and killed his wife and four small children and then shot himself through tho heart Neighbors hearing tho reports rushed to the scene and were horrified to find all dead except the baby which expired In a few minutes Woman Badly Burned Covlngton Ky Nov 30Mrs Lil lian Bowyer of 2004 Qrccnup street was burned Tuesday morning Whit washing clothes she poured gasoline Into the wash boiler to facilitate her work An explosion occurred The screaming victim ran Into the yar and seized a wet blanket from clothes line into which she wrapped herself She may recover Suit For Taxes Louisville Ky Nov 30T C Al britton state revenue agent Tuesday filed suit against tho sinking fund of tho city of Louisville to collect taxes for five years on the basis of a valuation of 5000000 for each year Tho total amount claimed Is 181600 Boatner Case Dismissed Owensboro Ky Nov 30The case of J W Boatner against the American Express Co for the recovery of 28000 alleged to have been shipped by Doatner to Fordsvllle from here and stolon at Fordsvllle was dismiss ed in tho United States court The Kentuckian Wept Milwaukee WIs Nov 30Slx years at hard labor was the sentence Imposed by Judge Braze upon William Hardy alias Frank Croll alias John haven stick of Louisville who pleaded guilty to the charge of highway robbery The defendant wept when sentenced Fell From the Horse Munfordvllle Ky Nov 30Mr George A Blakoy cashier of the Can mer Deposit Bank was seriously In remunconIButton Up Her Nose Glasgow Ky Nov 30 Jennie the twoyearold daughter of T C Duke of tho Cave City country put a collar broughtheroing an operation performed The doctors have not found it yet Physician Dies In the Asylum Hopklnsville Ky Nov 30Charles Shackelford for 40 years a well known physician of the county died He was 85 years old and had been an Inmate of the Western asylum for some time He had no relative In the vicinity Fire In a Cemetery Louisville Ky Nov 30Tho fire department fought a blaze In a ceme tery Unknown boys poured coal oil In the knot holes of nine trees In the city cemetery at Sixteenth and Jeffer son streets and set fire to them Tho Report Is Erroneous Williamsburg Ky Nov 30I11t1 report sent out that Mat Earls the sup posed murderer of the Curd brothers bad shot and killed William Earls hU cousin and Arthur Adams Is errone JUS James W Htndrloks aged 101 years the oldest and one of the best known Qen of Louisville Is dead r1tlN nx slaw isi VEIL BEING LIFTED 1i Strange Complication Involved Failure of the Citizens Na tional Bank Oberlin SUIT AGAINST MRS CHADWICK The President of the Bank Admits That He Personally Assisted lu Loaning Her 102000 He Further States That There Are Two Checks In the Bank As Se curity For the Money Loan ed Mrs Chadwick Cleveland 0 Nov lOThe veil of mystery which has enveloped the honking operations of tits Cassle L Thereiof a still more startling nature H D Newton a banker of Drookllne Mass sued Mrs Chadwlck for money due on notes given for money loaned Tho failure of the Citizens National bank In Oberlin 0 was the result of loaned to Mrs ChadwIck by moneyIC T Deckwith The latter now says that he personally assisted in loaning the woman 102000 Ho further stat ed that there are two checks in the bank as security for money loaned Mrs Chadwick one for 500000 and the other for 250000 It was stated buthono of case and that probably would be settled before trial thedat was known as Mk C L Hoover a widow The Woman Is In Hiding New York Nov 30Mrs ChadwIck Is In Now York She is keeping her address secret however and only her attorneys know her whereabouts It is now said she has notes indorsed by a man worth many millions of dollars Ho Is said to be one of the three rich est men In the United States Oberlin 0 Nov 30It was stated here Tuesday on what Is believed to be reliable authority that the amounteloaned to lira C L Chadwick by tho Citizens Notioal bank of Oberlin which failed Monday is 240000 This Is said to bo exclusive of the 102000 loaned by President Beckwlth and Cashier Spear personally to Mrs Chad kJDenton Nov 30 Further details of the Chadwiolc case were furnished a press representative Tuesday night by one legally Identified with the present litigation By this person It was said that Mr Newtons loan of 190000 to Mrs ChadwIck was made purely as a Ij business proposition He continued Mr Newtons judgment it will be al leged was Influenced by the certifi Ira Reynolds secretary andldtreasurer of the Wade Park Banking Co of Cleveland that ho held securi ties belonging to Mrs Chadwick to the value of 5000000 Andrew Carnegies Note A note for 500000 bearing as its signature the name of Andrew Car negle was offered as evidence that Mrs Cbadwlcks credit was unim peachable Mrs Chadwick in expla nation of the possession of this note said that on one of hIs trips to Scot land Mr Carnegie carried with him a block of her Caledonian railway stock which she desired him to dispose of to the best advantage on the other side of the Atlantic In lieu of tho receipt for the stock Mr Carnegie Mrs Chad wick explained gave her his noto rort500000 The exact dato on which Mr New ton advanced Mrs Chadwick 190800iIt was stated is not known anyione except the parties directly cerned and their counsel conIwas not forthcoming at the time It Is alleged and Mr finally Instructed his attorneys to take whatever steps they deemed necessary to secure payment The Notes Are Worthless Oberlin 0 Nov 30A meeting ofIthe directors of the failed bank was held Tuesday night Direc tor J R Randolph made the startlingIstatement that the signature on tho collateral notes for 500000 and 2I000 on which Mrs Chadwick was loan ed moneyIs not worth a dollar Ho said he had seen the notes and they are not signed by Andrew Carnegie that such a story is ridiculous In hIs opinion Mr Randolph says tho signa ture does not add a dollar to tho valud of the paper Nanoy Leiter Married Washington Nov 30Mlss Nancy Carver Lolter the second daughter of the late LevI Z Letter of Chicago and Maj Colin Campbell of the British army were married Tuesday at the residence of the brides mother Official Vote of California Sacramento Cal Nov 30Tho offi clal vote of California has been can vassed with the following result Roosevelt 205226 Parker 89294 Debs 29536 Swallow 7380 Roose velts plurality 115932 Importing Miners Into Zelgler Springfield 411 Nov 30Atljt Gen Scott received a report from Assist ant Adjt Gen Reece now at Zelgler stating that a number of Imported miners had been taken IntoPedgier Tuesday Distinct Earthquake Shock Plttsfleld Nov 30A distinct earthquake shock lasting ten seconds was felt hero at 6 oclock Tuesday morning Doors and windows rattled but no serious damage was dons IR r The Citizen Ix INDEPENDENT FAMILY NswwAra PnWUh d nlT Thnrl j at Berts Kf BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C Hlnman Manager- Dn3CUIPTION RATES MTABU IX 1DTANCJE DOS year lieo- ftl 0Tb I6reomontend mane br post one Money Itrfu tote y Order Check Dr ft lUilifertd LAtter or one end two cent damp The lIte after your time shows to what Ito our lubicrlptlon li II It Ii not within t welra after tending ui Money notify ui Subscribers Tux ClTIUH stopped liuit icrlptlon ppyingall arrrarieotthernlsebwe ball r that they wish It continued Notify nt tit one ofiany chantejln your ad IrMi giving both old and nw addressee Mlllins umben duo to coming Ib mall otkerwne will gladly be sup iled It we aretor Agents Wanted In every locality Write for isms Anyone tending ui lour new 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alter everything vise had carne at once and four bottles entirely cured hor Guaranteed by East Drug Co Price GOo and j10U Trig l nttlee- ittep I Natrial 11UU1t5giuiug ittJ5 ill 1iisinty Ti By D L Author ofLlftm mil AMDROSIJ HERE are those who believe that Thanksgiving festivities arc of modern conception and origin In this belief they arc in error All along the intricate course of time every nation has celebrated the end of the harvest In remotest antiquity we read of the Hebrews observing the day of First Fruits The high priest was on that occasion presented with a sheaf of barley publicly reaped with oil and frank incense subsequently in evidence Five weeks later came the day of Pentecost one pur pose of which was to celebrate the end of harvesting As sociated therewith were three burnt offerings and a peace offering They also observed the Feast of Trumpets and Ingathering at the end of the vintageThis festival wa not much unlike our modern Thanksgiving day save in the fact that it continued eight days from the fifteenth to the twentysecond day of the Jewish month of October Tisri Dar ing that time no labor was performed the people drank and feasted and sent portions to the poor and indulged in great hilarity Hosnn nas were sung and the silver trumpets led the stately processions of choruses said to be the grandest the world has ever heard The mag nificence of the great Hebrew festival with the march of time has passed away What is observed now is onla pert of its past glory In Disraelis Tancred is given a word painting of its modern observance by the dispersed children of Israel The Greeks were in the habit of paying tribute to Dimeter the goddess of corn The Romans were equally enthusiastic in their celebration of the finished harvest Their festival was called the Cerealiai which was contemporaneous with the reign of Romulus its name from Ceres The celebration was just after the ingathering of the harvests Imposing processions were formed composed of worshipers regaled with corn leaves and poppies The best fruits and the sweetest wines were put upon the sacrificial altar The Az tecs honored the Mexican Ceres with the best of tine fruit dedicated to her and then had a harvest feast In France and Italy the vintage season tit the present day is one of the many delights one of the important features being the singing of the Harvest Home History tells of the numerous special Thanksgivings In 1608 the Pilgrim church exiled from England went to Holland where it remained until 1620 when it sent the Mayflower colony to New Eng land After the first harvest of the colonists at Plymouth in 1621 Gov Bradford sent four men fowling that they might have a feast and rejoice with Thanksgiving In July 1623 when rain came following a drought the governor appointed a day of Thanksgiving which was observed with religion services In June 1632 Gov Winthrop of the Massachusetts Bay colony recommended a day of Thanksgiving on account of the action of the British privy council favorable to the colonies Such was the and origin of our National 1hanksgiingIA thankful people suggests a people of the truest worhip of the highest civilization Favors received without rcturtiin gthanks reveals an illconditioned life A thankless people are antiChrist Praise God from whom all blessings flow is the voice of a soul that lives more in light than in darkness iEbb JtbE ui 3JtlttLIlttnllt- By fRANK K fOSTER Union Labor Leader ot Boston F of of We in the labor move ment have much to learn though this fact is often disregarded When I saw the tremendous wave of organization a few years ago especially in Chicago I feared that history would repeat it self that the movement would be subjected to the universal law and that the tide surely would ebb It would appear that this is exactly what has happened to the movement in Chicago- In the scientific organization of crafts much goodwill be accomplished for the working people but the inspiration and sentiment which lead men to organize must be crystallized into practical form The organization movement must be directed by judgment and the principles of common sense must he applied or the inspiration alone will not carry the movement to ultimate triumph The happy optimism of the people who join labor unions with dreams of accomplishing great things in a hurry soon spends itself and a reaction results Because results are not accomplished men think the organizations arc worthless and arc dissatisfied because the dollars invested did not bring them fortunes- I have watched the ebb and flow of the tide of organization for many years and notwithstanding the many times that unionism has had to retreat there comes to me an assurance that no power on earth not even the gathering force of Parryism or the weaknesses of our own movement that we all know exist can prevent the slow and certain im provement of the working people through craft organization Dont draw any lesson of discouragement because there is an ebb in the tide The labor movement is an evolutionary one Creat gains have been made in the past and will be made in the future iGnut 30 Nut All By DR GEORGE RHEINHARDT Professor Hygiene University California As a class we Ameri cans are not well bred We give more attention to the production of a fine breed of horses and cows than we do to the production of strong healthy men Our presence on this earth is a matter of sentiment largely and it is no wonder then that some of us arc unfortunate in appear ance that we have eyes cars and noses and heads out of shape and dis proportioned If we could only select the fittest among us for the producers of our future citizens what a flue race of citizens we could have These arc serious matters You men may be sending sons and daughter c four own to college some day Then bear in mind that senti ment is not the only thing to think about when you get ready to enter into wedlock Do not let love playing on your heart strings get the better of your common sense Some men marry women they know are not fit to make good wives because they have entered into a courtship blindly and do not realize until too late that they have made a mistake it is all right to think that there is only one girl in this world for you but you should be very careful in selecting tins one person When a man selects a sickly girl or one in whose family there is some hereditary disorder he ii either a fool or has no regard for his posterity THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for December 4 1004 Hezeklab Reopens the Temple Prepared by the Highway and Dye wny Preacher Copyright by J M Kdion LESSON TKXTI Chron 891831 memory verses ts30 Head the enure chnplrr For tho complete story of Ilosrklahs reign rend also chapters 3033 and the par allel account In I Kings GOLDEN TEXT Them that honor Me I will honor1 Sam 23- 0TlMBAt the beginning of Hrzcklnhi reign about 724 D C The prophet Isaiah was Instrumental In bringing about the great reforms PLACK Jerusalem Introductory Note The last king of Judah about whom we have studied was Jonah who began his IDyears reign In the seventh year of Jehu of Israel JIll son Amaxlih reigned M years Ainrlnh El years Jotham IS years and then Ahas the father of Hezcklah IS years It was during the reign of forI tlah that the Northern kingdom of rael was utterly destroyed by Ass rtuI Although Anns walked In the ways o f the king of Israel his son lleieklnh seems to have bad a godly mother who brought him up tc fear and serve God When he became king at the age of X he at once began bis religious reforms and God says of him lie did that which was right In the sight of the Lord according to all that DAVM his father bad done lie reopened the temple and summoned the prlostti and Levees and ordered them to sanctify themselves and then la cleanse the temple Did restore Its fit tings and furnishings Our IVMOB takes- up the story at the point whcie this work has been accomplished The Lesson Outline TII1 MEA Great llevlval The Preparations vs el Fllthlnoss Put Awayv It- t The Lords V ssla Ilvslr lr B II Meeting In the Lords Ilousevs tvJL II Power of a Good Kxamplev tu J The Sacrlacevs JlW Prale and Worship vs X3 U OfTerlags to the Lordv SL Comparing Scripture with Scripture- I Preparation for the Great Revival 1 Filthiness Put Away v 1SThe dividual or the church that wants a revival has got to tie tome houseclean ing Prayerlessness the closed IJIbU neglect of religious obligations and church services worthiness and in dulgence of self cause the rubbish to gather In the Individual life Church suppers and bazars Sunday night lee lures hlchprJeed unconverted choir singers church debts gossip ant friv olous talk after meeting are some of the many thIngs that are as rubbish in a church and must bo cleaned out be fore the revival can come 2 The Lords Vewels Restored 191f there Is anything Ring withheld from Rod which belongs to halm It must be restored before He can give tb i Mewing Mai 310 Three vessels had been dedicated to the lords service sad afterwards taken and put to unholy sees We do something very similar to this when we consecrate ourselves to tho Lords service and then go sad she ourselves our time our energies our abil ities and money to the world the flesh sad the devil There Is need that wo restore unto the Lord that which belongs to Him ere we caR expect that the revival blessing will come to us or to tho Lords church II Meeting In the Lords House 1 Power of a Good ftxampU v 20Hesekiah is the model for all leaden who would bring about a revival and nil the Lords house He rOM early Intense desireIs 6 1 631 1701 He gathered the rulers Knergetk and systematic methods 2 Tim 41 Went up to the house of the Lord Definite ness of purpose Ps274 It ldubttul- if any Christian fully realises the pow er of a good example There is no one who does not Influence some other life for good or ill What a responsibility rests upon the Christian 2 The Sicrlflcuf vs 2124 The sins of the people must be atoned for The start must be made with the shedding of blood Ah how many attempted revivals fall Just here Noted speakers big halls fine singers and depended upon for surcess and the Lamb of God whtch taketh away the sin of the world Is forced to take a back teat Begin with the blood It will cleanse from all tin 1 John 179 and thus prepare for service Heb 922 God and Hlu people must be united before rOe viral blessing can come and the blood nf Christ Is the only thing that can bring God and man together 3 Praise and Worship vs SE30 It takes a cleansed heart to give a clear voice It Is only a cleansed heart that can be a devout heart But how the soul can sing and worship when It has been reconciled to God Ps r l12 13 What a power there In In the shout of praise to God It brought Jerichos walls tumbling down It tcatttrvd the hosts of Mldlan before Gideon and his faithful band David urges us over and over again to shout and sing praises unto the Lord There Is power In the shout and song of praise I believe we are becoming altogether too format and cold In our worship The amen corner la being deserted and tho worshiper Is afraid to hear his own voice In meeting Too many are content to sit with closed lips The Lord wants us to upon them 4 Offering to the Lord v 31 If we have cleaned away the rubbish If wo have restored that which belong to the Lord If we have been cleansed from all sin In Jesus blood then wo are ready to bring offerings to tho Lord which He can acceptPs 2434 Matt 2321 The Golden Text Them that honor Mo I will honor Divine reciprocity A recognition of a mutual relationship desirable both to God and man What does God desire The will the heart the life What doorman need Redemption because tho natural man Is a stranger to God Uph 213 19 Fellowship because It Is essential to the Christian life and service 1 Cor 19 John 13 Rev elation because without an under landing of God and His Word the Christian Is like the ship on the ocean vlthout chart or compass 1 Cor 210 Tim 316 i GOD SPEED THE CAUSE A speed the cause we advocate Oh may He hear our lira erl Slay It Increase a thousandfold Stay the old tho young the fair The high the low the rich the poor Whereer the wine oup haws Join heart and hand To tree our land From drinks ten thousand wore Our cause Is Heavens tho war Is Gods And angels watch the light It may be long It may bo stronc Hut on our side Is Might Then onwurd hopeful earnest heeds Wo cannot fall to win On on to save From early grave lOur lnkonfcttercd kin What though the march to vlcterr seem A slow a wean1 one Kllll tot our war cry ever be On temperance workers elOh falter not the work Is wenli That Heaven we all would data Whats well begun Is half way wane Now join my last retrain U P Penny In National Advocate SELLING TO THE SOBER The Plea of Kespectablllty Which Ia Made by Some Saloons Is Hut n Trick of the Devil Perhaps they would tell ua that they sell only to tho sober never have drunkards In their place So touch the Greater curse for which they will have to answer lu lie groat by and by How often It Is said of some liquor seller Ho never sells to tho drunkard he sells to tho sober only Hut Is ho who kindles tho fire of hull In the sober man until a maddening burning appetite Is created within him then turns his victim Into the street a ruined specimen of humanity a fit lounger for tho low Kroggery because he sells to the sober only Are not his sins trlfold to those of the low dive uks Dr U H Mann He sows the seeds of destruction la the sober man and when beyond control the man In the low dive finishes up the Job of making a drunkard of Mm The boastful dealer cuiegratulales hiss self that he serer sold hiss anything when he was Intoxicated Yet both- these establishments are IkMMd as public HecoMltlM Is It not a Main upon the fair Ham of oar boasted country that suck a dsx4aUn CHrts should be tolerated legalised and pro tected The dewier who sells to the sober mutt be constantly gntberts In new recruits and boy and young lads must be drawn Into the snares to keep the hopper full while the mill grinds them out slowly but surely Turn oil the oW bummer and take la sew recruits for lie never tells to the drunkard IDRINK AND CRIME The Very Striking Connection Be tween the Two as Noted at Cleveland 0 None who has observed or thought upon tho matter will question that drink has been tho chief element In filling the workhouse not only In Cleveland but everywhere The connection between drink and crime is far more than a sentimental oneA very largo proportion of the un fortunate were plain drunks Many have been sont up repeatedly fur drunkenness Aside from these It may bo said that fow workhouse offenses are committed without the aid of whiskey or beer A life of low crlmo Is all but Im possible except for the debasing and deadening Influence of drink The almost unfailing connection between drink and crime Is not noel dental says the Cleveland Pros It Is not the criminal propensity that leads to drink but it Is the drln that creates or develops the criminal propensity Drink leads to crime because It anna thetizes tho moral sense distorts the spiritual perspective and dethrones rea son FACT AND COMMENT Ho who rents his buildings for evil purposes lit betraying his Lord for 30 places of silver United Prosbytorlaa Of 10 marked bills paid on a Saturday night by a Massachusetts fac tory to Its hands 400 were deposited In tho bank by saloonkeepers by tho fal lowing Tuesday holypodsSweep on through storm and darkness The thunder and the hall Work on t mil on the morning comes The port you all shall win ringTheJ O Wliltllor The saloonkeepers of Pennsylvania are preparing to resist nn attack ex pected thIll winter upon the liquor traf lie by tomponinco Interests It Is ox pected that the main assault upon the liquor tranic will bo made through a local option bill to bo Introduced In the legislature at the next session William Strong for Temperance It looks as though tho Gorman em peror proposes to settle with tho whole matter of temperance throughout the empire Ill stalest that tho kaiser In tends to reform the German army Into a strict temperance organization Tho salo of alcoholic drinks will bo abolished at all canteens Tho Issue of brandy and beoras part of the army ration will bo abolished throughout tho whole empire In tho near future An appeal to tho German people to stop their drinking Is to be made on the basis of patriotism PHYSICIAN AND ALCOHOL Cases in Which Patients Have Been Wrecked Through the Presorlb ing of Alcoholic Liquors The Literary Digest In a recent Issue asks the important qiiQttlon Do physi clans proscribe alcohol unduly AllAthoughtful people are I think ing themselves the same question It has recently been charged In the Lon don Graphic by a woman that doctors have brought ninny of her tex to ruin through drink by constantly recentI j mending to them the medicinal spirits Commenting on thin the Hos punt says Adults of sane mind ore accountable for their own actions anti wo protest against the growing habit of saddling other persona with reeponil blllty for their misdeeds on tho allKUt nat possible pretext Women who drinK whisky to excess cannot fur a moment bo permitted to excuse themselves by advancing the utterly absurd and futile plea tho doctor recommended Its two Is this plea utterly absurd I tnywlt believe that many women acquire the deadly habit In that way says Hattie Tyng Grtswold In Unity Let mo state but one ease although It Is slot an isolated one It rame under my own obsecration but the details were given me by cluio friends of the wonwn A girl was mar ned at 17 years of age Innocent line rant rather delicate but healthy and had n child the first year which she was unable to nourish sufficiently In the reg ular manner lien doctor preeerlhed- boor fur her and shcr began taking t4 vainly hoping to Increase the low of milk She wan III for a lung tints and was told to continuo the liter and other stimulants were given her In the meet natural way In the world site began to like It and grew to depend upon It for a false strength No harts was thought of It by hor friends as nary of them lad tried the same preMrlpiloii This young woman gave berth w svw children In ten years and nursed UMW all or tried to on beer egg slog with iwhisky and such things na nurses u wH as doctors are fond of recommending ie young mothers All but oar of the cull dren died in early childhood sad the mother blouse an Invalid who laM ac quired a love for strongdrink SM atone WM regarded as blameworthy was divorced sad disgraced and died of a broken heart Now WM the Vec tor or the jonng woman to be blnimtd She had no experience of the world eM not dream that for passion for stim ulants could be created by Innocently drinking beer under a doctors dlrws Lola sad met with no remoMlnMkW from Husband w motnvr The doetor knew the facts sad had tall with tift conttolMMe appetlu nwnjr tleses sad sees many sees sad women raised tqr tae medicine he prescribed lie was a MM of musts Judgment she WM a ektlf Which one was to blame In Kogland far more womw ass In temperate than In America sad bolM tall for their cure are COMMON there- and I more than suspect that the doe tore do prescribe It unduly In Amer- let I am sure they do and cupid air rate assay instances of deadly barer which came to Ignorant or thoughtless iwttont through their prescription I will auk spare for bit eat A young man during an attack of typhoid feces was eared for by his staler away front home among stranger When the pa Hem WM convalescing the doctor It rested her to give him a rertaln a mown t of whisky every day and she cempHed The HlneM was a tats use there WM a relapse and a very slow return to health The man was well at teaL tmt with a taste fur stimulants which hoe been the curse of his life and that of his family The sister lots been almost as unhappy as the man himself and la menu her Ignorance to this day WM the young man to blame or the sister Or was the doctor who knew all about J the ease with which the read delre for alcohol may tie acquired by either n maa or a woman The writer In The Hos pital says further liven If however It were the practice of the proU salon to constantly recommend women lo taka a small quantity of whisky with their food for the benefit of their health we deny that anyone would bo justified In ascribing to them the ruin of their patients U teems thAt In England doctors are accused of prescribing aloe hol unduly and It Is a wellknown fact that Intemperance Is already a great evil there among women and that It Is said to be Increasing rapidly It Is my opinion that one might be justified In placing blame upon physicians tbey do constantly recommend alcohol la however small quantities to be takes v by their patients with their food Drink among women 1s comparatively a new problem In America Tho great Inllux of foreigners has brought the problem and no thoughtful person can Ignore it Already In Chicago tho mayor halO been forced to forbid their drinking At public bars and to make radical orders about womonH en trances to saloons Of course from time Immemorial a certain class of disreputa blo women have sustained thntiutrtves by hard drinking but the evil now It threatening all classes and liuldloutly undermining tho foundations of moral ity and religion In our land In certain districts In JranclllrlnkIOGfamong women has become BO common and to excessive that ono grave scientist oxproMOB tie fear that alcohol will ItV time destroy the race Is It not time that a very strong and united protosi should go up In this country against this now departure of women and tho dos tor who takes the risks of freely prescribing alcohol for them ought to W held tc great responsibility A young gentleman having called in his physician said Now sir I wish no moro trilling my desire la that Nat once strike tho root of my dlwitsoi It shall bo done replied tho doctor and lifting his rano ho smashed tha wine decanter which stood tin the table 1rs A PROLIFIC WEED f Something About the Onllniogft Par na8preadAIjti About one year ago I mentioned the j advent of a weed which very suddenly f7 occupied tho whole of tho eastern south and already within a year or very lit t tie more had to some extent shared a largo tract not only of uncultivated proas and clover fields but of waste t lands It Is known AS Galltmoga parvl bflora and Is not wholly to bo consider ed as a cutnborer of tho land along OalntOff ltrtltraifttr JlrlftoibY r with other weeds but DS a useful for t ago plant far more valuable than the majority of plants clos d as weeds The present appooranee of this weed In the west In nearly all the largo 0dtlN In which It oecuple the road 1 i rides and a large part of the cultivated t land as well aa the gardens of the l t cities Is an Intonating fact In ronnec tit tlon with tho subject of weeds and the rovoral ways In which they spread tar and wide In this Instance CliouiamU of miles In as few as flue years from IU first appearance near CharlMtoo 8 aI am reminded of the elrrum tan e by n note from a subscriber to this pa per Baking for seed of the plant for the purpose of sowing mixed with grass He4I for making a pasture I am talker dUtnrllnod to aid In spread ing such a hardy and prolific weed aa this for obvloHs reasons but la this Instance would do BO worn It not that the plant le abundant all over the neighborhood whore the applicant lives writes a correspondent In tho Country Gentleman The plants sadly ftCnlsntl by lie low growth touch mlmllar to that of clover and by Its small while newer Thte nallnsoffa Is an Interesting ex ample of the amaslnily rapid spread of wemle and of the earefnlneM which fthovld be exercised In regard to the Introduction of similar plants which may bring Inrnnvitalenro to tar the Inest to thousands of poreon My mention of tho plant and Its history WM not given as any recommendation nf it for a fodder plant but merely In the Internet of general knowlodge Con ildorlng how many of our worst weeds were Introduced In very simple but thwghtleea ways and how Justly the public execrate thn memory of the persons Implicated In tho mischief all concerned should I think bl Mow to preatl any plant out of mere curiosity the Injurious character of which irlay In after years make his name dliiagrce ably notorious Still while this Onlln toga may cause waste of labor and some apprehension by its prolific habit It Is not so bad as the largo majority of weeds and In some circumstances rosy be turned to profitable HUM nut madetFATTENING TURKEYS r Seine Hints for Preparing the Birds for the Market What to Feed Them When aelllng dressed poultry It al ways pays to have as plump nice Ji looking carcasses aa can possibly bo s obtained The producer thus not only obtains higher prices but Ills reputa lion Is enhanced and the market made surer for future years Turkeys are no exception to tho rule And by shutting them up and fending them properly tho poorest specimens maybe brought Into a fine condition for marketing In a month or two Some havo found that barley meal and cornmeal mixed half and halt Is a most excellent ration for fattening fowls especially If It be fed fresh at each meal with no more given than tho tiirkjrs will eat up clean It Is the olfr ton of tho writer however that mor variety U better Accordingly be would suggest thai Trailed potatoes mashed and mixed with HUM with some skimmed mill added be fed moderately warm and to tmbstltute for the lack of Insects have some kind of animal food of which nothing Is cheaper or more desirable than butch era scraps stirred Into It At least once a day good sound corn one year old should also be given now corn Is too Jooscnisg to bo used No more of this than of the mash however should be thrown out than the birds can be induced to eat up clean and that their lloih nay look bright and prevent a iJ100t appearance the should have all the water they want f drink Tur keys that have got their growth and nre in fair condition may bo fattened for niurlict In a few weeks If they are i confined and well fed and watered every d y Agricultural Epllomlit Have all the live stock ready lor aierhct before you rnjurkcl It T KEEP AFTER THE LICE Eternal Vigilance II the Price of Freedom from the Lit tie Pests With the development of any industry come an Increase of the parasitic enemies of that Industry This Is aa true of the poultry industry aa of others and Ii especially truo as regards the parasitic enemies of the flock Some of these aro so small as not to be readily discovered and hence may cause serious loss before the owner becomes aware of their presence The following Instructive article recently appeared In the Gardeners Jour nalThe bird lice belongs to the group Mallophaga quite distinct from human lice Icdlclldae and from mammalian lice Hacmatoplnus These Mallophaga have not a piercing mouth their mouth Is simply used for biting They subsist upon tho productions of tho skin and fragments of feathers They cause vie lent itching and bite sharply and must produce considerable pain when present In largo numbers as Is too often tho case Tho feathers especially tho saddle hackle generally show notched edges with lice Infestation Eight distinct species of lice attAck fowls The presence of theM lice Ihthlrlascs Is generally ascribed to too uniform or Insufficient nutrition or else to damp dark and dirty runs es pecially those badly ventilated Food either when uniform or Insufficient has no effect upon their presence Dark damp places however when dirty are sure to harbor all those pests cope daily when badly ventilated It Is also said that certain breeds affect their presence but observation tends to show that all breeds are more or less sub jected to Infestation In every case Joey set up severe Irritation and in o1 font Coafottffi IItlogol1tr UMltljr liolo1pGlld lamination of the skin which often leads to stunted growth and even death Lice and other parasite lour leh on unhealthy birds All lice breed rather raplaly Tile IIIIC or nuts are laid upon the town feathers as a rulo they are often beau tifully sculptured objects oval In form In about six to ten days they thatch Into stash tale active lice which at once commence to Irritate tho birds Tile adults are occasionally found In tbe nests Some species are found copulat hug In the nests Menopon pallldlum have been kept MlVt fur iconttie upon freak feathers the quill epidermis btlnlIespecially oaten Before fullgrown state as many AS tOil to 12 multi apparently lake place there being little difference In each stage except the gradual darkening of tho markings PIGS ALWAYS PROFITABLE E en Where Corn Does Not Make a Heavy Yield the Making of Pork Pays Well The bog Is profitable In every local ity It Is a mistake to suppose that tuunoy ran be made on hogs only In the corn bolt Conditions vary and so do tho results of feeding There Is a great deal of money In the mining of hogs In the corn belt bo cauee there Is a cheap heel close at hand lint In the localities whore corn la not generally grown the hog Is profitable for he Is more fecund vn highly nitrogenous feeds Kveu In the localities whore only two or three hogs are fattened per year for farm they yield a good profit aa the meat supplied has not paid the toll of railroad fares and wholesale and tc tall profits Corn Is a groat advan logo In furnishing cheap pork it Is a disadvantage In reducing the fe eundlly of the herd There are two factors on opposite adoe of the problem aol the balance In favor or against has never been figured out The fanners living In the corn belt declare that the balance Is In favor of the largo corn ration Canadian growers declare that what wo have gained on the ono score has hen lost on tho other and that hogs raised In Canada reproduce themselves In such greater numbers that tho oost uf a pound of pork there Is no greater than In the United States when tho roil of reproduction It taken Into consideration There Is another factor In favor of the localities outside of the corn belt where pigs arc raised a few only on rack farm and that Is the lessened losses from disease fhcro are great areas of territory whore hog cholera has never been known but where hogs are raised only U small numbers nq In New England So for ono reason or another the hog Is profitable everywhere St Louis Republic FARM NOTES Tho appearance of things about the house Is tho first that attracts atten tion good or bad See that all necessary repairs are made not only upon the homo buildings but upon tho outbuildings also Winter Is coming- A cheery comfortable family room and plenty of good things to road robs winter of about all of Us terror co pleats family ties and layc a founda tlon for pleasant mcniprJfj Jn afterlife y BOY WHIPS THREE MEN Incorrigible California lKld Dis poses of Trio of GrownUps Subdued by Dark Cell Harold lllockford an 11 yenr old Oakland Cal boy weighing about 80 pounds who resides with his uncle started out with a purpose of doing a lot of globetrotting on his own ac count recently and before the day was over gave three fullgrown men a fight which each of them will remember on account of its almost incredible fero city His uncle missed the boy soon after breakfast and suspected his purpose of running away so was on hand at the police station In time to prevent the boy from boarding any of the outgo Ing trains As soon as the lad felt the restrain fag hand of his relative be began to fight Ho bit chewed scratched and swore Tho struggle between the nephew and uncle proved sanguinary So fiercely did the Intercepted child struggle that a second man had to bo called to aid In subduing the Infant terrible Nothing could bo done with tho wilful boy until ho was knocked down Ho was taken to the city prison Ho was placed In a cell with another prisoner whom ho Immediately at tacked Ho was then placed In a cell by himself Ho Improved the opportu nity by breaking all of the furniture Again the Jailer was obliged to put the child In another cell This time the Incorrigible was placed In the dark cell which as black and silent as an Egyptian midnight RARE TAPESTRY IN VIKING Ancient Craft Found to Contain Hang ings Rivaling Those Made in Dayeux The old Viking ship which was recently discovered near Tocueberg Sweden proven to be of greater artllawlogtcalI interest than was at first Although not as large as ox petted It will be Impossible to trans port the vessel Intact to Chrlstfnfa but It will be taken apart and again put together there The vessel which had evidently belonged to some great sea king Is richly ornamented and contains a number of Interesting articles among which arc a loom and some splendid woven tapestries reminding very much of those of llaycaux a beautiful carved sleigh many artistic Implements and a richly ornamented fourwheeled car riage all of which tend to show the high state of culture of the Norwegian Vik ings Nearly everything even the tapes trkts Is well preserved though Prof Gustafson of Christiana who has charge of the work of digging out tho ship Is of the opinion that the vessel was built before the time of Harold Haarfagre that Is to say more than 11 centuries ago- Kaiser of French Descent In a recent number of the Part La Revue a writer proves to his own satis faction by an ample genealogical table that the Bmperor William U descended from the Admiral de Collgny on his fathers lIdo and from the Due de hiiso tin that of his mother The kaiser is therefore on both tides of his family says the genealogist of good French otlglu Gold In n Coal Mine While workmen were opening a coal mine on a farm In Amwell township Pa recently they opened a vein ot mineral which proved to be gold The mine was closed and preparations are being made for prospecting The find has created excitement among land owners MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov 26 CATTLE Common J2 50 h 3 75 Heavy steers 4 65 t 5 25 CAIVKS Extra 7 75 8 00 HOOS Ch packers 4 C6 t 4 75 Nixed packers 4 60 fI 4 05 SHEEP Extra 4 00- LAMBSExtra 5 85 4T 00 FLOim Spring pat 25 5- 0WIIEATNo 2 red 1 1C i 1 18 No 3 winter U 11 CORN No 2 mixed 4p S7s No 2 white 4p 6S OATS No 2 mixed 4T 33 HYE No 2 83 O S- 5IIAYCh timothy 12 25 POIUC Clear muss 13 05 LAUD Steam 7 12Vi 7 25 BUTTEHCh dairy 1e Choke creamery 27 APPLES Choice 2 25 2 75 POTATOESNor bbl 1 1 TOHACCO Now 5 25 4112 25 Old 4 75 14 50 Chicago FLOU It Winter pat 5 30 5 40 WlprNo 2 red 1 12 13 1 02 t 10 CORNNo 2 mixed OATSNo2 mixed 3I1 32 HYE No 2 T 4f 78 PORiMoss 11 40 4x11 45 LAUD Stoum 7 OVqr 7 05 New York FtOtW Win slrts 5 35 5 50- 1111ATNo 2 rod J 2- 0COnNNo2 mixed J 1i5- aOATSNo2 mixed 3fi 37i- POUK Family 1f 00 X15 50 IwMlD Stoam 7 50 8altlmor- eWhIEATNo 2 rod 6p 17 CORN No 2 mixed B 57 oCAfTIIHOUS Dressed 00 fly 50 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 4 1G COnNNo2 mixed 57 OATS No 2 mixed tie 3316 LARD Rtcnm 44 7 75 LARD Steam j 7 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 18 CORN No 5 mixed 73 OATSNo 2 mixed 4- t 3311 Buggy or Carriage Harness F Iroadprofitlook aa well as tko rest of your turnout or ia it shabby and thus detract from the general appearance If BO theres an easy way out of it Select a now sot of Buggy or Carriage liar ness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable irices However if you decide to make your old hare nose do lot us put it in good repair for you It wont coat much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Kv MlstakoA Costly Blunders ore sometimes very expen sive Occasionally life itself is the price ot n mistake hut youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings Xew Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles Theyare gentle yet thorough 25c Drug C- oTOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor h alth I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sots of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will soil at greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor tunity to got 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 MONUMENTS Urni Niadttonei statuary Ornlt and Mirbli Work ofall kind done in a workmanlike manner at ren amiable prices and with dispatch Allwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Ctorntrer Mito aD Colllm SlrwU LBowaro of Countorfolts DeWitts ethe only genuine Witch Hazel Salvo writes J L Tucker of Centre AlaII have used it in my family for riles Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend it to be the best SlavQ on the market Every family should it as it is an in valuable household remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Y says I had a fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that the doctors could not cure All salves and blood remedies proved worthless I could not walk for over two Finally I was persuaded to try DeAVitts itch Hnzol Salve which has completely cured me It is a wonderful relief DeWStts Witch Hazel Salve euros without leaving a scar Sold by East End Drug Co n To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete end up todato in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I 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 way S G FRANKLIN Ml Vernon Ky RtrsBEKCc bank of M Verpooj I Berea College PLACES TIlE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Courso with agriculture for young meQ and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and Stato Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lifo College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure degreesMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christina education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2125 Fall term opens September 11 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregationalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denomination Ton INFORMATION AND FItlENDLT ADVICE ADDRESS TUB SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berca Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills NI IwiddwF f9 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON Is another Excellent Flour ltiaIltJIIIoI Potts Duerson JI VhlUiSutlon Ky K0do DYSPEPSIA CURE WHAT YOU EAT Tht S 100 bottla contilr s24timesthetrialsirewhicheelsfor50cents- raPASO Tae IAMIATOKY O- rE C DoWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect May 1904 loluc North Train I Dally Leave B rea 348 a m Arrive Richmond4 12 a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 GO a m OolnjNorlli = aBftTralnn rutty Leave Berea 12 55 p m Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Parse 1118 pm Arrive Cincinnati 600 p m- Oiling fiontb Train I Dally Leave Berea 111 pm Arrive Livingston 2 05 p m Bong South Train 3 DalI Leave Berea 1124 p mIArrive Livingston12 30 a Trains No 1 nod No C mako eon nactiou at Liviuzatiu for Jellico and the South with No 21and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket AgentI DR V H HOBSON 1 Dentist J tortualceRichmond Ky A Frlghtonod Horso Running like mad down tho sheet dumping the occupants or hundred other accidents are day occur rences It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve and theres none as good as Bucklens Arnica Salvo Burns Cute Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect 25o at East End Drug Co Founded 1865 DIGESTS No Moro Suffering If you are troubled with indigestion get a bottle of Kotiol Dyspepsia Curd and see how quickly it will cure you Geo A Thomson of Spencer la says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recom mendel a few bottles of it and it h the only thing that has re ieved me Would not be without it Taro doctored with local physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with of getting some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that has done me any good and I heartily recommend it Every person suffering with Indigestion or Dyspepsia should use it Sold by East End Drug Co WHY NOT GO FARTHER When joulhltlhq Worlds Fair jouro halfway The Southwest Ie Inviting The crops are good condition and r ro pec were never more favorable Indian Oklahoma and Texas are In turdof IIpOrlllllihUlorRate ore low kound trlp ticket on sate from St Lout Attgust9and23and Seetentber13and27viMKTIcyea IIII= i Z SMOKELEssl ititItj Makes a brighttr light and a cUiucr lamp They save time and j a flees of illiltof four H flit or two lIoatl 11 ohl 101 110 a44fftowlb 10 caE 101 Idlhd8 Solar Ufht Co D pL It mi tnitmtitititimm 4 I THE CITIZEN I I I I I 1111 I 1111 I I I II I I I I I dthl+1thhllt IttItH Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES r r r r r r r r I I I I I I I I I I I I III I I I I a Mrs Baugh left for nu extenda 11 visit at Science Hill Dr Geo A Hubbell loft Friday for St Louis on business Little Walter Whyland is sick with scarlet fever on Center street Miss Mollie Farmer of McKee is visiting with her uncle Dr II E Saudlin Miss Ted Cooke left Tuesday for n few weeks visit at Science Hill and Knoxville Tell l The civic class WIt pleasantly en tertaiued at the homo of Prof L V Dodge Tuesday evening Mrs D Leinhart and two childrei of Alcorn have moved to Berea which will be their future home Mr and Mrs Chrisman and Rev Mrs McCully had their Thanksgiving dinner with the Misses Duncan Miss Xerva Cope of Livingston spent a few days of last week in Berea visiting with Miss Nina King James Lakes leaves today foi Wind Cave whore he will spent several days with his parents and friendsT Moberly and Tom Smith of Richmondand C1 Ogg of Berea spent last week in Jackson County huntingMaster Thomas Kearns of Win- Chester I spent his Thanksgiving vacation with his grandparents Mr and Mrs L C Duncan Miss Gertrude Ruple teacher at the O S and S 0 Home Schools at Xenin 0 spent Thanksgiving and several days following visiting Mr und Mrs T A Edwards The Monday Lecture came in the form of a music recital under the di rection of Prof Weaver The affair was pleasing to the audience and each number gained great applause There have been some disagreeable violations of the law against disturbance of the peace in Berea with loaded canes and giant firecrackers and some arrests are likely to take place The Ladies Aid Society Tuesday and Wednesday noons furnished coffee cream and sugar to the Inca working on the pipe line The reo ceptiou room of the Parish House was used for the occasions Win Toshreturned with the Bur detto family from Lansing Mich on Monday He was sent by the Co lumbia Literary Society of that place to attend the funeral of John Bur dette John was a member of the Columbia at Lansing Tosh return- edTuesdayA crowdwatched in front of Treasurer Osbornes for the coming of the first water Tuesday afternoon The rumbling of the water through the pipes could be heard for some time before it reached the end of the line A test in a small wayshowed sufficient pressure to throw a stream 30 feet into the air This was only with part of the supply turnedon Mrs Bessie Golden Prather after a lingering illness of over a year died Wednesday at 12 oclockand was buried in the Berea cemetery Thanksgiving afternoon The sere vices were held at the Parish House Rev Thomson and Prof Dodge conducting She leaves a husband and twoyearold daughter Mrs Prather was cheerful to the last realizing that death would be a sweet relief after the weary months of sufferingThe Thanksgiving Day so cial was held in the Tabernacle at U30 Mr and Mrs Gamble led the grand march which march was enjoyed by all Several pieces were rendered by the orchestra The latter made a great hit being called back several times Mr Prentiss gave a pleasing recitation Miss Hollister rendered a solo and had to respond to an encore Miss Boice gave two readings that were highly appreciated Miss Robinson hadcharge of affairs and all express themselves as having had a fine time College vs Academy One of the best games of the sea son was played Thanksgiving Day between the College Department and the rest of the school under the name of the Academy The crowd looked to see the college get swamped by an overwhelming score since they had four green men and one cripple in the line while the Academy had the Varsity line A brilliant run by C Bonder kept the score from being a tie ho received a punt and dodged through for n touch down The College men kicked off and the Academy rushed the ball to the Colleges forty yard line whore they were hold for downs The College could do nothing but punt andagain the Academy rushed down the field only to ho held twenty yards from a touch down The rest of the game was a repetition of the above The ball was in College territory most of the game only once was Academyi goal in danger Caldwell won around the end for fifty yards only to stumble and fall when a tone down seemed certain Caldwell and Canfield did the gaining for tho College while Marsh and A Hun gained for the Academy Score Academy 0 College 0 The lineup was as follows COUIOE ACADEMY Rarer Center Miugnve Right Uiunl lllnraan ft Ouard Henry Young J Right Tackle lludro Clark II Left Tackle Blmprai Clark F Right Knl spec Hunt C Left End Render Flaner Wrlrh Quarter Neck Render Caldwell Right Malt Hunt A Canfleld Left Hall Nail Emit Full flack llurge Referee Marsh Umpire Pow Timer T J O borne Length of Halve minutes Toucl downs C Bender Between halves the crowd headed by Field Marshal Lengfellner ant the boys Club Drum Corps marched to the west end of the field to set tit first post in the new fence Mr Lengfellnor was master of ceremonies President Frost gave a few fitting remarks and Prof Marsh spoke briefly Master Clyde Mnhaffey had the honor of setting the post Wt hope to see the fence up before the baseball season opens At six in the evening the mcmben of the College and Academy teams assembled in the Industrial building and partook of oyster stew given by a few members of the faculty Notice has come since printing our first page that Bro Noel on account of a protracted meeting must delay his preaching in Berea until the third Sunday December 18 JOHN BURDETTE Seldom has Berea been stirred with a more universal sense of anxiety sympathy and grief than in the stud den death of Mr John Burdette Mr Burdetto was the son of Josiah and Mary Harrison Burdette his father haying been identified with the College for many years and his grandfather before him having been a trustee John was born in Berea and had been a student here for many years in the Model Schools Academy and Industrial departments At the ago of nine he united with tin Berea Church Ho was a young man of unusually attractive personality with the kindly disposition which made friends and brought cheer into any group he might enter and he was naturally popular in many circles Ho was a teacher in the Sundayschool and a leader in the social life of the village loved by students and teachers alike in the schooland particularly distinguished in athletic sports At the beginning of the fall term ho went to Lansing Michigan to pursue some industrial and scientific branches not offered at Berea and immediately identified himself there with the religious literary andath letic associations of the students In a practice game on the 10th ho received an injury in the abdomen which at first attracted little attention Sunday ho supposed himself troubled with indigestion Monday his parents were telegraphed for and Monday night an operation was performed before their arrival Prof W E C Wright and a sister Nora from Cleveland were at his bedside at the time of the operation The operation revealed a veryserious condition and though polo was Cora time entertained and ho was able to converse with his parents and friends as they arrived ho died on the night of Friday tho 25th The funeral was held in the Tab ernacle on the afternoon of Monday this 28th attended by an unusual concourse of loving friends No young man could have been taken from Berea whose death could have occasioned wider grief and sympathy Brother Thomson well said in his feeling remarks This is an hour of faith Whereas God in his all wise provi deuce has seen fit to call to his re ward our brother and fellow studont John W Burdetto bo it Resolved That we the members of the Columbian Literary Society ixtond to his family in this their time of sorrow our deepest sympathy and be it further Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent to tho familyand hat they also 1x5 spread upon the records of our society Committee R FRYMAN JG G MOORE I GREOO Jimmy Michael the professional hi cycle rider died on shipboard at sow No aSG Addition Add the saute syllable to each word nml change a method of btvatlilni Into nu mljuiict of n kitchen Clmngc n snwll child to a compiiny of soldiers Change an article of wearing apparel to part of n church Change n period of time to nil article of rood Change to exist to a badge of servi tude Change a kind of woe to n science Change n musical note to a bout Change girls name to nil aid to prayerChauge an nnlinnl to an East Indian sauce Change to strike to skins of nnlmnls Change dispatched to n watchman No IIMT tmldrntlal Anmcmnn Ash win tong 2 Clln lOll a An trg 4 ton let vo 5 My col luk Xo 1MH Sjnoopn lon Syncopate to free from dirt uud have a tribe or collection of families Syncopate low wet ground and have to bruise tutu u soft mass Syncopate slender thread or thread like substance mal have n flame Xo 3SII Ilrhmded Illijiuen You see the cottage Jut across the It stands alone ux n the little There lives a bride who If well and Her hair la her dUposltloui Her husband said She surely alb the nut slang she hated and It made her No 3OO Double Diagonal Prom 1 to 2 n poet from 3 to 4 one of his poems- Crosswords Moving one way and the other II Calling anything to mind 3 An old time Industry for women 4 Associates III any business or occupa tion C Score cards Disposed to Associate only with ones clique 7 Certain kinds of puzzles S A military man serving on horseback o 3111 fieourmphlcnl Tussle Find the name of n town In several of the United States and the name ot- a town In England No 102 Word Square A dunce 2 A constellation 3 A measure of capacity In the metric aye tem 4 The scriptures of the Moham medans 5 Concerning No 3O3 Abbreviations Fill blanks with twelve abbrevia tions which belong In order- A Itor In a grocery store Whom rlle symptoms overbore Ate malade In pots by stealth And lcot Jam so bad for health Also onnaUe on biscuits dry Which oe que ladles came to buy When lenne soup began to go Which mtnted the fever so Not tlclde nor quinine pill The oroon kept from getting The el state he found so queer He lded to leave at the end of the year No 304 Word trait Find kindred In a fragrant substance Find close In amicable Getting Oa Hows you gettlii on wid youab rtthmctlc Lou I done learned to add up de oughts but de flggers boddier nColliersC- ause For Woe Why do you weep the alligator asked And the baby seal thus duly tasked Heplled unto the alligator The reason why such sorrow I am In Is simple I observe my mothers skin Enveloping a fair spectator New York Herald they to the Iassler No 377 Metugraui Save tare rave wave have cave gave nave pave No 378 Illustrated Proverbs Dark Is the night when dawn Is nigh 2 A small hand often tills the pocketbook No 370 Disguised Celebrities 1 Livingstone 2 Arkwrlght 3 Shake speareNo 380 Charade Vteee weal No a81Double Acrostic Irimnlnl end finals Thanksgiving grand fu tuers 1 Tung 2 Hour 3 Area 4 Noon C Kind Self 7 Gala a Inert U Vanish 10 Indue 11 Near 12 Gels No UK Dinner Puzzle Turkey 2 Rolls 3 Ilutjer 4 Cellare celery 5 Tongue tJ Cheese 7 Gems S Croquettes U Sauce 10 Jam 11 Fruit 12 Tea 13 Milk 14 Coffee No 383 Missing IthyuieH Bread thread dead read slaw spread Ned tied lead bed red wed No 381Dlatuond T 2 Wet 3 Silly 4 Shields 5 Telescope Ire cede 7 Storm 8 Ape 1- 3No335Subtractlons Iluln Vouclt 1Th One= Price Cash h Storel OI Drugs Patent Medicines Toilet Articles Perfumes Queensware Everythingin Supplies No 12 o a +r oaa o + + Lyceum Course Though nothing him thus far beei said in public about the Lyeeun course of 10045 Professor Doge says that arrangements have receive fuller attention than ever before The following are dates of entertainments Dec 20 Jan 13 Jan 23 Feb 3mind Mar 14 Time opening numlter Dec 20 is to but by tho fatuous Ellwood troupe of three entertainers including some oC tho most feats of Illogic ever performed before an audience Card of Think The undersigned desire to express to our friends and the peopl of Berea generally the deep grati tide which wo and the memlxrs oCi our family feel for what has been done for us during our recent trouble Tho prompt sympathy and the readiness to help shown on all sides in the midst of our bereave ment touch us dteplIIml will not lie forgotten JoSUII HUHDETTE MARY J HUKDETTE Notice All liersous owing buck taxes for time years of 1002 anti 1003 will be advertised after time first day of January 1005and sold if not paid W J TATUX Revised Health Board Law by Act of Last Legislature According to Act of tho recent legislatruo revising tho Health Board of each county the intention of the legislature is to have ono salaried olliciul whose duty it is to look after tho public health in every section of the county Dr J W Harris of Richmond is the health ollicor The members of tho local board are only ox ected to bo present at the meeting and do routine work and time position is considered by the legislature to bo purely an honorary ono Dr Harris tho health officer re ceives a stipulated salary and all physicians of tho county are required by law to notify him of any contag ious diseases whore it Incomes nec essary to quarantine HOWARD SWITZKII M D MemlKT of local County Health Board v For Sale Nice clover hay loose House cured Delivered in Berea for 50c a hundred when not less than 1 ton is purchased MHO 005 bales of nice timothy hay about clover For further particulars address S C Ttiuoii Berea Iy IWe moneyIcan save you We have drifted away from the old school of doing business There is but one small profit between you and us We dont charge you anything extra for losses for we havent any Why Because we sell for cash l If we havent what you want ask and well get it for you PHILOSOPHY I dislike to roam akl ratable Thruuich the weds unit reels anal grass Through the hazel brush and brumble Through olio muck of the maruM Hazel nutllnic It BWHW funny Joy rem this some talks dortve 8111 the bn that gels the honey DumfTt dryn around the hive Much love to watch sweet N wy When ilieii on the tennis mutt Bho a a creature tu my fancy I tInt mn fur gamma ami sport And fur me hr looks are sunny Only when I sweat and strive Well the be that gets the honey Doetnt hang around the hive Itnzel nuts and trnnU maiden Until are sweet and tempting too Nancy fair and mUchlef laden Will Inalst that I must du Denis absurd Ita realty funny What odd things she doer itmtrlva Wen the l ra that gets the honey MuRtnt hang around the hive Now I rather think that tin tin In if hound the hive U Just my forte Uetter fur It nulls than banging Up nnd down u tvtinl court Let who think the thing In funny beak file nook and blindly strive Woo the mulden cinch the honey I will hinK around the hive JuTcnilc Wisdom Johnny Whut does thin menu where It Nays till enemy shelled the wooUx Willie Muybo It was n hickory nut grove Where Money Fails Well tt It utter all worth willie To be a mllllonulroT A man cun sit and watch his pile Hut even that la care Jlla money cannot purchase Joy For when with pain his limb Ii racked he cannot lire a boy To have the lout for him For raiment and a palace grand A phuoton and pair Ho only tau to wave his hand They come us from tho air Hut when ho dun a jumplnic tooth ltla money cannot gain The service of a modest youth To grin and bear the pain It really would bo worth the strife To pile up bales of wealth If It could buy a peaceful life And treat red gobs of health While It may brlnv exulted rank And lute to eat and wear Yet nil the money In the bank Cant buy a head of hair Made to Be Broken Why did Minnie break her euguife Inert t Itt time style Site says a girl Is nothing this season when half thu wo men are divorcees uulemi slid U the herulnu of nt least one romance The Baron end the Seer The wind Is raging through the sky Ills stunt the sun begins to shirk Now with u smug contented smirk The coal man greets the weather clerk And treats him to an extra dry I ri Groceries Arbuckles Cofrcc- s pk for 25C Sugar 5540 Meal 6sc Fruits Apples bus iSc t Potatoes Goc Cabbage lb ici- I 1 EAST END DRUG COPhone Berea Kentucky probable wonderful lINDOLENT and- Vegetables S McGuire III at all times thoroughly prepare to den with t yo troublcH Your uyi laniniiRMl by tire very Ixsl and latent optical iiiNtruinciitM His work gives satisfaction for prices on all hm work are right Lenses rcfilUil within u few days after taking tho artier If you have tiny defect of vision it will pay you to lookover his look and rvcoivo correct truattumit OPTICIAN Berea Ky JMothors Bo Cartful Of the health of yourchildrou Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in time Ono Minute Cough Cure is the hunt remedy Harmless Hiid pleasant Sold by East End DrugCo CoalAt 12j4c to 13c Delivered for 13j4c to 14c e Phone 85 Chas L Hanson t IIHaving purchased tho com lete retail stock of n New Furniture i from S E Welch you will hereafter find the I BEREA FURNITURE STORE with n complete lies of both now and second hand fuiui turoataurprisinglylowprdcmsa Cull and examine To ho convinced of the above is the price of admission Phono 20 R H Chrisman Opposite Welchs Beren Ky r 4Tr 4- 1VISITED WORLDS FAIR resilient and Party Spent Nino Hours on the Grounds d Careful Precaution Were Taken By the Officer to Insure the Personal Safety of the Chief Magistrate of the Nation St Ixiuls Nov 28fn sharp con tract with the strenuous experience of Saturday when u hurricane effort wan made to vlow the Louisiana 1urchaso exposition In nine hours President Roosevelts tlmo Sunday was passed quietly mud unuvuntfutly Rest and recuperation from the fa tigue of Saturday constituted Sunday almoftt the sole Idea of tho President and Mrs Roosevelt and their Imme diate party After a Into family breakfast at the residence of William U Thompson treasurer of tho Exposition Co who entertained the President Mrs Itooso velt Miss Alice Roosevelt Secretary and Mrs Loch and Dr P M Illxey the president and party attended dl vino service nt 11 oclock In the Second Presbyterian church It was Known that tho president would attend the morning service at this church Long before the hour of lids arrival the streets In that vicinity wore banked with people almost from curb to curb The crowd was handle admlr ably however and gave the big force of police and secret service officers no trouble A considerable crowd assom Mod also near tho Thompson real denco An the President and Mrs Roosevelt descended the stops of the residence to enter their carriage tho People respectfully uncovered hut thiro war no noisy demonstration The silence on this day was appreci ated by tho president Both ho and Mrs Hoosevolt acknowledged tho si lent mliitallon of tho crowdthe for mer by Upping his hat and tho latter by bowing and smiling Careful precautions wore taken by the officer to Insure tho personal safe ty of the president Watchfulness was not relaxed for an Instant The presidents carriage was surrounded by secret service officers and two pick oil sergeants of tho Eighth United Stated cavalry rode ono on each side of the carriage lath going to and re turning from the church As the presi dents carriage stopped at tho church entrance the crowd could ruatraln Its friendly fooling no longer Hearty cheers were given for tho president which ho acknowledged by tipping his haL lie was met at tho entrance by the officers of tho church who escort ed him and Mrq RooBovalt and other members of the party to pews which had been reserved for them At the conclusion of tho service Dr Ntecollfl the pastor requested the con gregation to remain seated while the ptsldent mind his partr retired from the church Tho president was well on his way to the residence of Mr Thompson therefore before the con Krugatton had loft the church After luncheon the President and Mrs IlooMvolt received Informally a fw personal friends who called mere ly to pay their respect The presi dent also greeted ono of his former comrades In tho tough Riders Private Schroeder of Muskogee I T who Is now connected with the Indian pollco of the territory Ho had como to St linine expressly to see the president A d clock tho party went for an ox Undod drive On his return trip tho president was followed by a procession containing moro than 200 vehicles Sunday night tho President and Mrs Roosevelt Miss Roosevelt Secre tary and Mrs Loob Dr Rlxey and Mr and Mrs Thompson wore entertained at dinner at 8 oclock by Mr and Mrs Francis at their residence After tho dinner limo president and party return ed to tho Thompson residence At 1015 they left In carriages for tho exposition grounds whoro their ape clul train has boon held awaiting their departure for Washington The special train carrying President Roosevelt and party left tho Worlds air grounds at 1201 Monday morn- Ing on Its way to Washington DOYS ARRESTED 1TWOThey Are Charged With Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses Ilaltlmoro Nov 28 Thomas Sullivan 16 and Michael Foldon 17 are hold by the Baltimore police on tho charge of obtaining f 1500 from James Kennedy a rcstatirantcur of Buffalo N Y under false pretenses Felden Is said to have shot himself twice n Baltimore boardlnghouso on Saturday lie was taken to a local hospital and whllo the physicians were dress lug his wounds It was developed that ho and Sullivan had run away from their homes In Buffalo Presidents Horns County Vote New York Nov 28The official count of the voto of Nassau county has been completed and shows that Presi dent Roosevelt received In his homo county 2931 plurality In 1896 McKIn Icy received a plurality of 2664 Donated 240000 New York Nov 28Tho givers ol the 1210000 to tho Union Theological seminary following an announcement t of Its attitude toward tho Westminster confession of faith are Morris K Jos sup nnd the widow of William Earl Dodgo Roasted Her Infant to Death Now York Nov 28 According to tho police Ida Englchardt a young German woman under arrest In Pat arson N J line confessed that she roasted her Infant before a furnace flro until It had been fatally burned ENDS LIFE IN A CELL A Man of Many Aliases Hanged Him self at Cincinnati Cincinnati Nov 28A man bailey ed to bo prominently connected In Ocr many committed suicide by hanging himself In his call at tho Central po lice station hero Sunday Ho was reg stored as Max Plckhardt aged 27 Germany at tho pollco headquarters As ho registered at three hotels hero under different names and under other names In St Louis and elsewhere throughout tho country ho was called The German prlnco of many aliases He was tall line looking and faultless ly dressed Sunday ho was moaning about Llddlo and repeatedly said She will never know what became of mo etc Letters wore found address ed to Llddlo Lang Roichenback Sax ony Germany and he repeatedly said she was waiting there for his return He prayed she would never hear of his downfall Ho was arrested last Tuesday at tho Grand hotel whoro ho had registered as Clemen Christian Lanteron and charged with being a hotel thief Ho had passports and letters of rec ommendation that It Is alleged wero stolen from a prominent German army officer named Laatoren at tho Jeffer son hotel In St Louis Previously ho had registered at the Gibson house hero as Julius Auor a traveling Jew olryman whoso trunk was worth 12 000 ho claimed Later tho real Julius Auer arrived and found some of tho valuables gono from his trunk Then tho princely German was traced to tho St Nicholas hotel here where ho had registered as Max Greener Since his arrest telegrams have poured Into Cln cinnati from Indianapolis Louisville and other cities and especially from St Louis Inquiring about tho alleged slick hotel thief Ho had railway mileage In tho name of J Doltman of Cincinnati and of C W Nichols and L McDonald of Now York all said to have been ICe cured from rooms In hotols A lingo grip contained embroideries and other valuables said to have been stolen from tho Worlds fair This grip was already marked for Llddlo Lang Rot chenback Saxony Germany Whllo the man was wanted In a dozen cities It Is believed that he died without any ono In this country learning his nnnio COL CRAVES ASSASSINATED He Served As a Soldier Under Kit Carson In the Indian Wars Albuquerque N M Nov 2SNes reached hero Sunday of the assassina Lion of Col R Francisco Chares prob ably tho bestknown republican politi clan In Now Mexico at Pines Wells Torrance county Col Chavcs was the guest of a friend and while they wero eating supper n shot was tired through n window and Chaos fell from his chair dond Ho served ns n soldier under Kit Carson In many Indian wars of Now Mexico and In 1861 was commissioned major of the First Now Mexico Infant ry by President Lincoln and afterward promoted to colonel Mr Chavos took part In several civil war battles In this section Including Iho battle of Valvcrde In 1806 he was elected delegate to congress and serv ed three terms- JUMPED FROM THE PARAPET Two Prisoners Made Their Escape From Governors Island New York Nov 8Two prisoners escaped from Governors Island Sunday night by Jumping from tho parapet of Castle William to the ground 30 feet below Tho men James Dunning and John Doyle made their way unob served to tho water front whore they swam to a small dory anchored near shore In which they rowed out Into the bay They hailed a ferryboat which picked them up and believing them to be shipwrecked sailors landed them In Brooklyn whore further trace of them was lost Dunning and Doyle wero transferred to Governors Island about eight months ago from western pots from which they had deserted FOUND DEAD IN HIS ROOM Charles D Webster Asphyxiated By Gas In Kansas City Kansas City Nov 28 Charles D Webster a real estate dealer who devoted most of his tlmo to tho cure of tho extensive Kansas City property Interests of his father E G Webster a Cincinnati capitalist wan found dead In bell at his homo In this city Sun day Asphyxiation by gas which had escaped from n partly opened burner of tho gas stove in the kitchen was the cause of his death Appearances Indicated that the burnoi pad been left opon accidentally Webster was prob ably asphyxiated Friday night One Thankful Man Knoxvlllo Team Nov 28John Swanner aged 20 of Richmond lad who has been a prlsonor In tho Knox county Jail for several months follow- Ing his arrest for forgery escaped Thanksgiving day and has not been heard from since The Vote of Arkansas Little Rock Ark Nov 28The can rae of tho popular voto of Arkansas November 8 was mado Saturday and the result showed a plurality of 17574 for Parker Tho official figures aro Parker 04424 Roosevelt 46860 Wat lon 2318 Dobs 1814 Swallow 993 ThirtyFive Injured In a Wreck Memphis Tenn Nov 28Thlrty- fto persons wore Injured none fatally lato Sunday by tho derailment of passenger train No 4 on the Mobllo h Ohio railway ono mile cast of umbus Miss CoI 1 FALLING FALLING FALLING The Port Arthur Nightmare SECRETARY WM tAFT Ho and His Party Met at Colon by Panama Oilidals He Conveys the Greetings of the Presi dent of the United States and Congratulations to the Relic of Panama Panama Nov 28 Secretory Taft tad party arrived at Colon Sunday morning on board the United States cruiser Columbia Mr Taft was re reived on shore by Vice President rosemena and other Panama officials Jen Davis commander of the canal tone and Minister Barrett After a onferenco with tho American congros ilonal delegation Mr Tart went by a ipcclal train to Panama where he was officially received by a committee and quartered at the residence of Mr Wal lace chief engineer In charge of construction of tho Panama canal Ho was received by President Amndor and the Panama cabinet at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon After greetings had been exchanged Mr Taft said It Is a pleasure to bring the greet ings of tho president of the United States and to congratulate Panama upon tho propitious beginning of a long and prosperous life In fact a life that Is to bo a peaceful one and one In which the president and people of tho United States aro most willing assistants The United States has no Intention in the Isthmus other than to build tho canal for the benefit of Pan ama tho United States and mankind Thoro Is no doalre to exorcise further power I will In the mat few days confer on those matters about which discussion line arisen nnd hopo to reach a solution full of honor to both countriesI tho great honor to present the personal greeting of President Roosevelt and expressions of profound good will- President Amador said In reply Your arrival In Panama and the purpose that brings you Is the highest honor this republic has received since It was born The government and peo ple will know how to appreciate this now proof of sympathy with which the United States has desired once more to distinguish us President Amador later in tho day returned Secretary Tafts call The first conference between Secretary Taft and President Amador took place at government house Monday FOOTBALL PLAYING Legislation Forbidding It Urged By James F Rowley of Chicago Chicago Nov 26State legislation forbidding the playing of football In Illinois Indiana Michlganand Wis cousin Is being urged by James F Rowley of this city whoso son Jas F Rowley Jr died from InJrcs re ceived In n game on November 5 Parents of sons who have been killed In tho season Just closed have been asked to cooperate with him Through tho enactment of a similar law In tho four states nt the same time Mr Row Icy hopes to secure the aid of all edu cational Institutions neither state prof lung from the abolition of the sport in neighboring Institutions Cornell Team Meets Defeat Philadelphia Nov 26The Univer sity of Pennsylvania football eleven Thursday closed one of tho most successful seasons In tho history of tho Institutions by defeating tho Cornell eleven by the score of 34 to 0 Why He Was Declared Insane Janeavllle WIs Nov 28Frank Heller wealthy farmer who for three years past has worn womans attire Is declared Insane When arrested in his homo near hero Hollers waist was tightly bound by a pair of coatly corsets Lost on Pikes Peak Colorado Springs Col Nov 2SA party of three young people from Chi cage became lost on Pikes Peak Sat urday and wero compelled to spend the night exposed to the rigors of mountain weather ATTACK ON PORT ARTHUR Owing to a Stubborn Resistance Noth- Ing Was Accomplished Berlin Nov 2GTho Lokal Anei gars Mukden correspondent telegraphs as follows According to n report brought by Chlneso to Russian head quarters tho corpse of Gen Kurokl has arrived at Yinkow Taklo Nov 28 Imperial headquar tare has Just Issued the following announcement The works for our at tack having been nearly completed against Sungshu mountain Port Arthur and the forts lying eastward therefrom a general assault was made on the afternoon of November 26 but owing to tho enemys stubborn resistance our object has not yet been ac complished The fighting still continues St Petersburg Nov 28Gen Kurc patkln telegraphs a description of a Japanese attack on November 24 against a Russian detachment near Eslnkhetchon Yenslcnten on the front of the left flank The fighting Gen Kuropatkln says was fierce almost amounting to a bayonet engage mont but the enemy were everywhere repulsed nnd suffered severely Tho attack was renewed the following morning the Japanese having been reinforced but again was repulsed and at 4 oclock In the afternoon a bliz zard and fog greatly hindered artil lery fire The Japanese continued to advance under cover of the fog but our forces hold tholr positions and the firing subsequently slackened The Russian losses were nine killed and 27 wounds NORTH SEA INCIDENT United States Will Be Represented on the Commission of Inquiry Washington Nov 28 Gratified by the spirit which has animated the con tracting parties In agreeing to entrust to a commission tho ascertainment of the questions of fact connected with the North Sea Incident tho United States government will cordially cooperate In the naming of the commis slon by the designation of ono of Its high naval omcors as a member of that body The outcome Is especially pleasing to the administration follow ing as it does so closely on President Roosevelts Invitation to the powers of tho world for a second lingua con ference THE WORLDS PAIR Report of the Chief of the Department of Domestic Exploitation St Louts Nov 25 Charles M Reeves chief of the department of do mostlc exploitation who will retire from the Worlds fair December 1 after three years service submitted his final report to President Francis on Thursday The report states that the total amount appropriated by 44 states three territories and tho Insular pos sessions of the United States for tho exposition purposes was 9281777 Ot this amount tho report says 7092 786 was cash tho balance being rep resented by furniture and exhibits At the Chicago exposition tho states territories and possessions of the Unit ed States appropriated 5399531 Vote In Illinois Chicago Nov 28Tho canvas of the vote in Illinois has been completed and the totals aro as follows Roose velts vote in tho whole state was 632 745 against 328000 for Parker giving tho former a plurality of 304739 DI neen rep for governor ran ahead of Roosevelt Alexis I Dupont Wilmington Del Nov 28Alexls L Dupont member of tho E I Dupont DoNemours Co died at his home near this city For a number of years he was engaged in the manufacture of paper in Louisville and later was Idea tilled with street railways Failed to Turn Rennenkampff Left Bt Petersburg Nov 2SThe Jap anese attempt to turn then Rcnnen karnpffs loft as reported by Gen Ku ropttkln has failed according to a dispatch from Mukden which has boon received horn rGtGFtrl1FCrGGGQkGrG rf6t4Gf ffigFQFYrGFFt1GG9FGGtftkt f 4tFQ STATENEWS ITEMS r t CHARGED WITH CRUELTY The Principal and a Teacher at Gin gow Were Indicted Glasgow Ky Nov 26 Indictments were returned by the grand Jury against E B Terry principalof the local schools and Mss Edna Smith chargediRichardson democratic candidate for congress and state prison commission er Mr Richardson Is now contesting for the seat In congress Tho boy Is about 16 years of age and It is charged thus Miss Smith lit orally cut his fresh to pieces with a whip because ho refused to divulge the name of a comrado who had carded a pistol to a picnic given by the teacher Miss Smlth claimed that she acted under Instructions given by Principal Terry It is said that Terry him self also whipped tho boy after Miss Smith had done despite the alleged fact that the lad had been so badly whipped by her that ho was barely able to walk Miss Smith was dismissed by the trustees the day after tho alleged whipping occurred Public sentiment toward Terry had been bitter but how ae permitted to hold tho principal ship RIOT AT A GAME Three Hundred Students Engaged In Breaking Heads With Bricks Louisville Ky Nov 25The in tense rivalry which marks the annual gamo between tho Louisville male high school and the Manual Training high school culminated In a fairsized riot after the game Thursday The opposing forces clashed at Third and Brecklnridge streets a fashionable residence section and for 20 minutes 300 students wore busily engaged In break ing heads with bricks and clubs and gouging each other with the points of their school pennons The police stopped the disorders which were re vowed Thursday night only to be promptly squelched While many stu dents were hurt none ras so badly mauled as to be sent to n hospital THE RURAL CARRIERS They Form Both a State and County Organization at Owcnsboro Owen boro Ky Nov 26The Da vless county rural freo delivery mall carriers have formed both a state and county organization When the national association met In St Louis W D Napier attended He was Informed that ho could not represent the county carriers without a state charter and one was issued On returning home ho presented the matter to his brother carriers and it was agreed to organize permanently This was done Frank Mosely was elected county president and W D Napier secretary WHILE HAULING WATER Prominent Citizen of Morehead Assassinated by Unknown Men Morehead Ky Nov 24Sebron Profit a prominent citizen of this place was assassinated by unknown men Wednesday whllo hauling water from Trlplett creek to a sawmill Profit had a Winchester rifle a shot gun and a pistol on the wagon with him when killed Thero Is great ex citement and County Judge Tussey wired Lexington for bloodhounds Drew Straws for the Office ML Vernon Ky Nov 24 In the race at the primary for sheriff be tweon O S Grlffen and 11 L McFer ron the returns showed a tie Tho two candidates agreed to toss up or draw straws for tho office tnd the loser to bo deputy McFerron got tho long straw Go Into Winter Quarters Lexington Ky Nov 25John E Madden proprietor of Hamburg place arrived home from the cast with his racing stable The entire bunch was In excellent form and wero Immedi ately taken out to his farm where they will be turned out for the winter An Extra Session probable Frankfort Ky Nov 24It Is un derstood that there Isa strong prob ability of an extra session of the legis lahiro being called for an early date in January for tho purpose of consid ering the change In tho site for the new capital building in this city Special Judge Appointed Frankfort Ky NOV 26o0T Beck ham has named Attorney W 0 O Hobbs of the Fayette county circuit court for the regular term beginning at Whltesburg on Monday next Judge M J Moss tho regular Judge Is unable to be present during the term Foot Crushed Off By a Train Owonsboro Ky Nov 26Ura Sta plea a boy 16 years old attempted to Jump on a moving train at Fordavlllo and lost his foot which was crushed off by a wheel of tho train Ho was otherwise Injured and the accident will probably provq fatalh His Injuries Proved Fatal Paducah Ky Nov 26 Arthur Dob yns of Greenville Ky who was run over by a train at Kuttawa and whoso leg and foot wero cut off died In the Illinois Central hospital hero lie was 23 years of ago RECEIVER APPOINTED George C Webb Will Attend to the Affairs of Blue Grass Traction Co Lexington Ky Nov 26 George C Webb of this city has been appointed receiver for tho Blue Grass Consoli dated Traction Co of which Senator G D Davis of Detroit Is president Tho company was organized several years ago with a capital of seven million dollars It proposed to build cledatrio lines from Lexington to nine boring slues Grading was undertake en on several of the lines and an In debtoducss of nearly ten thousand do lars Incurred The company failed to get the expected backing and work was suspended A number of suits were brought and have been pending for over a year The franchises held are valued at 6000 and it Is under stood that tho other local traction company the Blue Gross of which Yf Alexander Is president and which la operating lines to Paris and Georgetown will take over these franchise and probably early build the lino ta Versailles WRECK ON HIGH BRIDGE Engineer Killed and Three Injured One Probably Fatally Lexington Ky Nov 25A wreck on the C N O T P railway at High Bridge 18 miles from here re suited In tho death of Engineer Den Cunningham of Somerset Ky and tho Injury of W F Blcdsoe of Midway E C Cox Carapbellsvlllo Ky and Ernest Shoars Danville Ky Cox will probably die The train was 4 freight running a doubleheader tout cars separated the two engines and about 300 yards from the bridge over 200 feet high an axle broke on thug car following the first engine demllIIng ten cars and the second engine Cunningham Blcdsoe and Cox were pinned under the engine and all word badly burned Dlodsoes left foot was crushed and ho was scalded about the body and sustained internal injuries Cox escaped suffocation by digging a hole in the ground into which ha thrust his head His whole body was literally cooked Tho Injured men were brought hero on a special train and aro in tho St Josephs hospital FOUGHT OVER LAWSUIT Judge Charles Cowens Shot and Killed Near Henderson Henderson Ky Nov 24JudgeuCharles Cowens one of tho most prominent Jurists In this section of the state was shot and killed neat hero while Involved In an altercation over a lawsuit Oliver Amburgey was charged with committing tho deed According to the testimony of witnesses the two men quarreled over longstanding litigation and finally came to blows Suddenly the sharp report of n pistol rang out and Judge Cowens staggered and fell to the floor mortally wounded Ho died in a few minutes CHAMPIONS DEFEATED Stats College Team Outplayed the Kentucky University Lexington Ky Nov 25outplayed In all respects Kentucky university champions for three years was defeat cd Thursday by State college in their annual game The score was 21 to 4 Woodard saving K U from a whitewash by kicking a goal from the 25 yard line The cadets early found the weak spots In tho heavier crimson team and hammered It for gains at all critical stages of the game Two touchdowns wero made by line plunges and the other two by end ruus Made Him Take License Back Paducah Ky Nov 25Peter Dish on and Miss Eulah Clark were to have been married here The girl Is only 16 Her father came to the city and compelled the county clerk to go to the louse and take away the license Then tho couple went to Cairo where they wero made husband and wife Has Not Answered Yet Louisville Ky Nov 25The noti fication committee of the Episcopal diocese of Kentucky which went to Detroit to inform Rev C E Wood cock of his election as bishop of Kentucky returned home The Bishop elect will announce his decision Mon day Sent to the Reform School Louisville Ky Nov 24William Vaughn the 17yearold boy who shot and killed R Lee Suler of the board ot public safety at Dream Palace fishing camp July 4 last entered a plea of guilty of involuntary manslaughter Ho was sent to the school of reform until ho is 21 years old No Rain For Five Months Ellzabethtown Ky Nov 2GThe present drouth is the worst since 1854 There has been no rain of any material value for five months The pastures aro parched up ponds and small t streams aro dried up and stock water U difficult to obtain Prominent Odd Fellow Dead Harrodsburg Ky Nov 2GWl1IlamIC Clark ftj prominent citizen and one of the bestknown Odd Follows In this section died hero after a lingering Ill ness from n complication cf diseases He was 70 years of ago and ulllrrtoo4 11 I I I II I I 111 11111 Ill+ Eastern Kentucky News lfo correpoll4ellce pllbUIle4 ulea dgned fan tlr till writer Till came It sot for pllbUcatlo1l but u II ri4Cllce ot good Wtll Writs ptaialy- LLL 11 111 MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS Nov 2SRe A G Coker filler his regular appointment at the Bap tilt church Sunday with a largo crowd present Mnrion Sandlin and wife of Valley View are visiting friends here this week David and Hudsot Powell of Kirby Knob stayed over night with John Powell on their way to RichmondDan Sandlin ol Estill County was in our town Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Maggie Ogg of Big Hill was the guest ol Will Ogg and wife Sunday Lewis Sandlin has returned from a visit in Jackson and Clay counties Joel Lakes and wife of Kirby Knob visited Mrs Lakess father Levi Kimberlaiu Saturday and Sunday George Sparks and wife were in Richmond SaturdayJames Cor mack of Estill Station attended church here SundayCurt Beuge and wife and H C Brewer and wife were the guests of Mr Lawrence and wife SundayBARE KNOB Nov 28A C Hart has gone to Richmond on business Rev Dan helps failed to fill his appointment Sunday at East Scaffold CaneT J Lake has gone to Jackson and intends to make a trip to Livingston before returning homo again Ellis Hart went to Richmond Sun duyMrs A C Hart andchildren and Mrs Hallie Malicoat visited Mr and Mrs John Davis Sunday Bradley Lake visited his brother 0 M Payne Ellis Hart has made quite an extended trip among the Southern towns of Kentucky Wil liamsburg Corbin and Barboursville He reports a fine time while being absent and returning home Thanksgiving Day just in time to participate in the grand social held at the Tabernacle last Thursday evening Ho also visited the school at VH liamsburg and called on some of his schoolmates and most intimate friends Mrs Lucy Collins and children visited her son at Ford Saturday and Sunday Rollie Davis was in Berea Saturday on business Miss Kate Lake visited relatives on East Scaffold Cane SundayW- ALLACETON Nov 2SIrs Nance Field died last Thursday night and was buried at Cartersville Sunday Mrs Adam Estrich is very low with fever and not expected to live James Allen and family were the guests of Pal Rogers and family SundayGeorge Tisdalo moved to the new home Saturday which he bought of H C Wiley Clay Conn is rejoicing over the arrival of a big boy at his house last weekDan Gabbard of Jackson Countyis visiting friends and rela tives here this week- MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Nov 28Mrs Lucy Hardingof Covington and Mrs Lottie Green of Chicago are visiting Mrs Lizzie Muudy of the East EndWe are glad to note that Charlie Gordon who has been seriously ill with indigestion is very much better There were six additions to the Bethelchurch during the recent revival Rev 0 A Nelson is holding a protracted meeting at the Plymouth church It is reported that ho is having wonderful success Misses Nannie Wood Anna Berry Bessie Sudie and Frances Strawder spent Thanksgiving in the country with Mrs Lydia Rudd of Lawrence Creek Albert Lewis and Miss Tebia Hughes wero happily joined in the bonds of wedlock Wednesday evening at the home of the bride on Third street Rev P T Gorham pronounced the ceremony Mrs Anpa Perkins of Bridgeport Ohio is the guest of her father in law Charlie Perkins of the East EndMrs Lizzie Mundy entertained ths Bethel Sewing Circle Friday evening Edward Lane of Frankfort and Mrs Alice Anderson of this city were married by Rev P T Gorham at the home of the bride on Fourth street Thursday evening Mr and Mrs William Rosser of Dayton 0 are visiting Mr and Mrs Richard Burns of East Fourth Street Mrs Martha Ashby of Flemingsburg spent Thanksgiving with Rev P T GorhamJACKSON COUNTY WIND CAVE Nov toThe Baptist church house at this place is completedand will be dedicated on the first Sunday in December By request of the Church the dedication sermon will he preached by Rev A G Cokor as slated by Jno Jones and H C Fowlor Basket dinner on the ground Come one come allMrs Jane Isaacs Is ill at this writing Godfrey Isaacs went to Richmond Monday Hlratn Mau pin and wife wore guests of J S Lakes Sunday John P Iwtacs visit l3r tf Iia THE CITIZEN la rJ ed Foxtowu Sunday and repor- tfavorablyMiss Sarah Lukes visitor school at this place FridayJ S Durham was in McKee Saturday DRIP ROCK Nov 2SHe James Pursoni filled his appointment Saturday and Sunday Kirt Alcoru and wife visited friends and relatives at Berea ant Livingston last weekThe farmer in this vicinity are very busy husking corn Misses Ann Kelley and Cyn thin Alcoru visited friends at Station Camp Sunday Leonard Harrison of Alcorn near this place says that he will take his leave at the first of tin year for Louisville to pursue his study in medicine George Johnson who is teaching at Blanton Flat was out Sunday to see his friend J E Sparkman who is teaching at this place Isaac Fowler killed a fine wild goose the other dayAbraham Coffey is erecting a new house which will adder much to his home residence Coon hunting and fur buying seem to engage the attention of the boys just at this timeSnn ford Webb visited his people in Cranktown SundayeveningOur regular meeting has been changed from the second to the fourth Satur day and SundayQuite a number of the young folks from Station Camp attended church Sunday at this place CLAY COUNTY BRIGHT SHADE Nov 1Drs Flora Chapelof Hyden is visiting her father at this place Frank Wagers of this place has gone to Manchester to clerk for his brother Maggie Eversole of Bare Creek visited Mrs Della Small wood of this place yesterday R M Green is still improving at this writing Harrison Mills is getting his saw mill ready for workagain Malcolm Smith is hint a new chimney Marcom Smith of Knot county visited relatives at this place MoudayJ D Greer is in the fur business of lateMrs Loan Small wood is visiting her sister Mrs Lilly Smith this weekW D Smithand Matt Smith are having a fine time huntingNov 23We are having sonio rainy weather here nowMr Win Smith is pitying his home folks a visit this weekJ T Smith is pre paring to move to Madison county very soon Opossum hunting is tile go here nowMr Frank Wagers returned from Manchester Sunday Martha E Green has been on the sick list for the last few daysMra Mary Mills paid Manchester a visit Sunday and Monday Charley Small wood is visiting friends in Corbin Dr Webb of this place has gone home to spend Thanksgiving Matt Smith and W D Smith and Andrew Man ning visited Manchester MondayC- HESTNUTBURO Nov 23 Turkeys here have all disappeared H B McLendou of Dotrun Ga visitors his sister here this wookThe old residents say they do not remember ever having seen such a pretty fall before Misses Susie L McLendon and Lizzie Chesnut and Mr E Chesnut were the guests of Dr Morris and wife of Welchlmrg last Saturday and Sunday James Clark went to London on business last Miss Mattie Parker of turning Springs was the guest of Miss Lizzie Chesnut last weekClark Chestnut visited his grand parents last week Mrs Thos Durham has been quite ill but is improving Miss Rachel Welch one of High Knobs most promising belles is the guest of Miss Fannie Wilson at this writingMr Edwin Chesnut went to Manchester on legal business MondayDr Me Lendon of the Oneida Institute visited the school at this place Tues day OWSLEY COUNTY DAB BARD Nov 23 Owsley county gave Roosevelt 870 majority Mrs W B Gabbard fell and sprained her wrist very badly last weekWm Huff visited relatives in Leslie county last week Mathise Stamper of near Berea visited relatives at this place last week Isaac Bolin while riding a young mule last Sunday was thrown off and his arm broken just above the wristR W Minter will move to Boonovillo sometime before ChristmasMrs Meredith Gabbard visited her mother Mrs Lucy Flan ery on Doe Creek lust weekMer edith Gabbard and brother Henry also spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs Flanerys Mr Mann is having a stave mill set up at tho mouth of Buffalo Creek He has purchased several hundred trees which ho in tends to saw into staves John Horusby of Jackson county visited relatives near here last week Quite a number of the peoples hogs are dying with cholera Our Popular Scholarship Contest The time will soon bo hero when thoJiiiul hustling for first gins It line been intimated that in the last few days there will lw surprises due to the hoarding of ballots for this finul sprint In mlln1 has conic definitely to our knowledge that some of those in second bold secretly more than enough to put them in first place To those now in the lead we would say Dont for a moment cease work Keep at it as though you wero a tail euderl Lee County Mary Farler 1200 Clay Combs OGO Floyd Lucas tr00 H McGuiro 400 Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bessie 1501 Claude Dollaun1220Wa- llace Adams 700 Tommie Baker 375 Maggie Lowen 375 Pearl Gay 325 Clay County Susie Sparks lfl50 Ida Bongo 1600 W M ltieet 1400 M M Robinson 1200 T E DurchlO O Chas Combs c 500 G J Janis OO Mary Collins 400 Owsley County Nora Wilson 850 Snowden Reynolds 601 Garfield Campbell 450 Mary Ray 450 Flora Peudergrass 201 Burgoyuo Botnor 110 Nettie Treadway 110 B J Pondergratw 101 Jeanette Gabbard 100 DECREASE In Rainfall For Past Five Years Noted at Weather Bureau The present drouth which is causI ing so mulch suffering among tho farmers and people with cisterns rev calls the fact that for the past five eaffl there has been a decrease in the nornmlruinful11lSinlO18U wo have had a deficiency of 0534 inches from the estimated average which should CaU according to sixteen previous years observation The table given below shows the yearly duI crease lSD 41i inches 1000 107 1 inches 1001 1400 inches 1002 1325 inches 1903 1318 inches Total 0534 inches Add to this the deficiency of 1448 inches for the eleven months of this year ar the greatest of six years andwe have a total of 7982 inches or more than OJ feet In order to regain our normal rainfall for this year beginning with today 1448 inches of rain must fall in addition to several extra inches for the remainder of November and Dec- emberRUTS m The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed- ChronicII cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslong sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemScotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the time Theres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Ile sure that this picture In Ihurnl of a label on tlit wriprxr ut every bulllt Emu lon yuu buy SCOTT d BOWNC Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50c and all drujjlitt Rookoastle County Rachel Hibbord 500 E B Thom son OO John McForrou l00 Fannie McClure 100 Mollio Carterr 100 Minnie Nicely 100 Byrdu Mdlargue100Jackson W L Bcgloy 2500 Susie Wutson 1200 Laura Hntlield 1150 Sainutl Davis tJOO Lizzio Wilson 350 Xunnio Click 310 Lucy Parsons 3O0 May Sparkman 300 CD Smith 100 Robert Taylor 100 Estill County Katie Moores 078 Ambrose Wilson SiB Qnrnelt Powell 800 Theda Nolaud 000 Nora McGee 400 J II Richardson 200 Katio Winkler 200 D B Aluinbatigh 210 Robert L Coylo 103 Martha Logsdon 101 Sallie Wilson 101 Nolan Cox 110 Jonas Coldwell 100 TRIMMING THE TREE Iron to Derorntv One In a Xorel Fn ill l at n Sum II Cot Loss tllut2 properly isiKiiiUtl will detonate the rhrlnfJiiiiM tar iHWitlful In u novel fashion nail glee nu cud of plfUMtirr says the tIU litiri free The chief thing to consltUr Is the eel or and effect Tho materials emigdoy itl nrv really ncvoiidnry There will of course IHJ u cobwebby IIIIIKH of loose sliver tinsel ell Itll In mill out pad over the tree In u IwwIltlorliiK labyrinth Bpd strings of pojwru holly berries tad crnnberrlex Tradition de nmmU their use In connection with tilt novel ornament Small nod InexpenHlve souvenirs of Japanese lanterns und opened pnm sols will Five unique touch of orl ental color to the Christmas trot From every available tip tiny bells hearts xtars KiiltnrH banjos and paper ma cut animals micli as rabbit donkeys und reindeers nhouKl lit suspended If desired the animals may IH of cake us molds are made especially for this purpose The stars fwd hearts tray tit cut from Bristol board and given a coat of glue then dipped In mica or metallic thick Hmnll red and Krwn apples be used to good iidvnntiiKP for decorative purpose by sticking them with tiny crape paper flap They should be sus vended from the boughs by braids of red white and blue pnper Walnut lilckorynuts peanuts pine cones etc will help the decorative scheme also If they lire gilded The best thing to accomplish this result is strap which Is kept by paint dealers end conies In gold and silver and nil the metallic Hhade First dissolve a cake of glue In boiling water place n tack In the end of the nut or object to be Immersed dip In the liquid glue roll In the smalt anti dry Later when ready to suspend from the tree attach bright red ribbon to the glided tack and hang In sonic of the plates that look bare- 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