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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 111 H 11II I 11111 +11 r I J J JilltBEREA POXL e HIHMlte Tufaat at 1M Pal0flae at Berra Ialaunanialler HtiititIII III 11I 1 II VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1901 One dollar a year NO 25 I r IDEAS I The self ulndu man in made or loU rising ntuff Tho fifteendollar man oil n twenty gruntlA man never realizes h proRrtiw in wisdom until ho roach no of his old tflue love Itttent TAKE NOTICE Heron Collegia will lx gin the win ter term Wednesday Jan 4 lit 8 AM Ifyouhiive not finally made up your mind iw to what you will do thin winter it will Is to your udvnn logo to invcstigato Hereu lit onco A letter or tKwtiil to SIC Will 0 Qamblo will bring you Information alxjut its wouclorrllllllulpnltllt for doing you gixxl FROM THE WIDE WORLD Gen Por rio Diaz wan again in miKiiratod IIR rnwidoiit of IuxlcoI A ftte sinn attempt to recapture Meter Hill was repulsed with hoary Levis of life- ThottHnmln of recruits art joining the Jiiimiutto array under the nuw conscription net It is raid that Oom Paul Kru or late President of the TrniiHvaal Uo1 public left n fortune istunulcd nt 3750000 London Dec OA despatch from Cho Foo on Dec 0 + Daily Tele r prupk Miyn Heavy firing couthiueM L at Port Arthur today The Japa new are umkingnsosldetonnhltrlundi- sentislent ttdorU to capture the northern fortK- Mukden Dec 5There in n per Histeiit rumor that the force of Japa nese hunt to turn Oem Hontien kampffH flank hnn been repulsed with great lags The starry U not yet of flciully confirmed but details ore givoii with great circumstantiality IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Former IoHltnaMor General Jones X Tyncr Is dead Tho cruiser Teiinwww wan launched at the Philadelphia shipyards A 700000000 telephone triwt in said to lx in pnxfjw of organization Congrvtw will IH luked to rotu subsidies in aid of railroad construction in AlaskaThe numlRrof hales of cotton produced for the year 10015 is 12102000 I Tho Ilinniiighnin Ala Commer clad Club has invited President Hoosevelt to visit tho city The Secretary of Agriculture trans mitted his eighths annual report to tho President It mows thin pros erity of the farmer to ht unprcco iltnUnl Gen Story chief of artillery in his annual report urges the immediate completion of tho torpedo defense of all the fortified ions of tho United States Tho IxHiefl of Jim Bridger diwov erwr of Great Salt Lake will be root interred in Kansas City today and a granite monument will lx unveiled next Sunday- A cog railroad three miles long Iwillhe built from Brent on thoClieH a and Ohio railroad over thoI hills to Fort Thomas at n cost of I 450000 u mile The PoRtofTico Department has de termined tq put guessing contests under tho brut the Attorney General in u sweeping opinion holding that such schemes are lotteries In disguise Thirtyeight sticks of dynamite tied in two bundles and with n fuser on each which had been lighted wore found nt tho Loitor mines at I Zeigler Illwhtlre u strike is in progress COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Rev 11 B Folk brother of Joseph W Folk Governorelect of Missouri lout accepted n call to tho Baptist church at Midway Ky Tho annual reports of tho Third As HiKlant Postmaster General and tho Fourth Assistant Postmaster General woro mado public Kentucky ranks nineteenth in the number of presiden tial olllces and third in tho number of fourthclass offices In n wreck on tho C 0 nt- MIIIIlllu Bnikeman Dan Holderfiold was literallycooked to death and Engineer Herbert Gregory was com pelled to suffer tho amputation of a foot before it was possi lo to remove him from tho wreckage Ho will t probably dio A sensational in tho ox V citing prlntryelection in Owsloy county is tho theft ballot box in Booucville precinct About sixty candidates were and tho ballot was a veritable picture hook Thu theft is tailored to have teen in the interest of one of the candidates f wiiIIhTHE CITIZEN I HOW UNCLE SAMS MONEY IS NUMBERED irA machine that almost thinks was the way one of the presses In the government bureau of ougravltijt and printing was characterized recently by a visitor ho machine places the consecutive numbers ou p4ip r money end never maffi a mUtnke The ScKoiarsHp Contest Closed THE FOURTEEN SUCCESSFUL YOUNG PEOPLE WHO RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIPS TO BEREA COLLEGE Last Thursday December 1 mark ed tho closo of Tilt CITIZEN Scholar ship Contest The offer was made to eight counlierf but Pulaski failed to planes candidates Although there were many rumors us to tho hoarding of votes against tho last day by those iu tho rear tho successful candidates won by a safe margin except in Leo nod Jackson counties In tlolormor Floyd Lucas in tho last weep sent In enough votes to give him a leatlV bf 00 over Clay Combs In lnckson county MirriiMiu Wntf oit noemwltc Imo the first plate over the other young ladies but Miss Hatfiold undo a special rally during the last week winning out by 805 votes W L Begloy received tho highest minter 3103 with Miss Bessie Lays of Berea second 2112 Following are tho fourteen successful Winners of Scholarships W L Begley Jackson county Lnuru Hatfield Jackson county Claude DoBaun Madison county Bessie Hays Madison county 11M Rice Clay county Susie Sparks Clay county Floyd Lucas Lee county Mary Parlor Leo county Ambrose Wilson Estill county Katie Moores Estill county Snowden Reynolds Owsley county Xorn Wilson Owsloy county E B Thompson Rockcastlo county Rachel Hibbard Rockcastlo county Following is the final standing of contestants Jackson County W L Begley3103Snm- utel Davis GOO C D Smith 100 Robert Taylor 100 Laura Halfield 1073 Susie Watson 1308 Lizzie Wilson I 850- Nannie Click 300 Lucy Parsons 300 May Sparkman 800 Madison County Claudo DoBaun 20 tO Wallace Adams u 818 Tommio Baker 875 Ilessio lays 2142 Maggie Lower 375 1curl Goy 325 Clay County W M Rico I MOO M M Robinson 1808 Water for the Town In response to many inquiries it may Ito said that there is every die position on tho part of tho College to do tho neighborly thing in furnish ing firo protection cold water to citi Zeus BO fur as it can at most reason able rates An inquiry recently made showed that the citizens nplreclllled this good will and woro ready to co operate when tho time comes The fact that tho waterworks in volvo more expense in tho way of Bowers plumbing and other extras than was expected makes it impossi ble to say anything definite at this time as to water rates or the exten sion of tho main pipes to other streets Wo can say however that it is our desire and expectation to do- an wo would IMJ done by in this matter ufld afford our neiglxirs every iHwsiblo accommodation W G FIIOST T E Burch 050 Chas Combs 500 G J Jarvis 500 Susie Sparks 1 PRO Ida Bongo 1000 Mary Collins too Lie County Floyd Lucas 710 Clay Combs 050 II McGuire 400 Mary Parlor lA 1410 S olla Thompson 203 a r EltllI County 4 1 Ambrose Wilson v 050- Garnott Powell 800 J II Richardson 200 D B Alumbatigh 200 Robert L Cole 102 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Colcwell 100 Katie Moores 1050 Thcda Xoland 000 Nora McGee 400 Katie Winkler 200 Martha Ix gdon 101 Sallio Wilson 101 Owslty County Snowden Reynolds 881 Garfield Campbell 450- Burgoyno IJotner 110 B J lendorgrass101N- ora Wilson 027 Mary Ray 450 Jeanotto Gabbard 300 Flora Pendorgniss 201 Nettie Treadwny 110 RockeastU County E B Thompson 500 John McForron tOO- Rllcbol1Iihberet 500 Fannio McCluro 100 Mollio Carter 100 Minnie Nicely u 100 Byrda Mchnrgue100T- uE CITIZEN wishes to compliment these young people ou tho success of their efforts It means that they have wanted this help towards edu cation enough to work for it And wo trust that it may prove but u stopping stone to higher learning and advancement to usefulness To those whpnro losers wo say Popular ity prove worth and I there are marry other way of securing on education than by scholarships Tho names of tho winners will bo dej osited with tho Treasurer of Beren College and notice sent to each one Industrial Dept Exhibition On Thursday Friday and Satur day of this week tho Industrial Do partmont of Borea College will hero nut Arts and Crafts Exhibit in No 30 at tho right of tho main entrance of the Industrial Building Tho room will bo open from 8 to 480 on Thurs tiny and Friday and front 1 to 430 on Saturday Work Bono by the Sewing Iliad Cooking Classes the Sloyd and Woodwork Classes and by tho Department of Fireside Industries will bo on exhibition cord for sale nt specially low prices Tho Department of Fireside In jIuHJries has received much praise for its exhibits nt Chicago Minneapolis Dayton 0 St Louis Dubuquo Town Detroit and other largo cities this fall and this exhibit will bo an for tho people of its own tQI II JOSEPH M ROGERS 79 Author of the True Henry Clay This office has received a copy of a 380 page hook of which tho author and his Alma Mater Boren may well feel proud The work is tastefully printed on deckleedged with 24 full page illustrations from half tones JBLippincott Company Phil adelphiaare tho publishers Tho book is truly an exhaustive shld of the sub jest and is particularly notable for its wealth of portrayal of Clay as a man Hero follow a few facts about Mr Rogers and his hook Joseph M Rogers author of liTho True Henry Clay was born in Ohio where his parents came from Ken tacky on account of the moving in cidents preceding tho civil war lIe returned to Kentucky with his par ents in 1805 und was graduated from Berea College in 1870 For a few engineerillgIn journill111m Ho is at present on tho editorial staff of tho Philadelphia Inquirer Mr Rogers was born on Clay soil and from youth was interested in amongthosoend many were tho incidents of the great mans career which were ro hated in his hearing While iu col loge ho desired to proparo a paper on Clay and was surprised to find how littlo literature there was ou the subject Coltons history in six campaignlivesand none of these was what he sought It was then ho determined to write a life of Clay himself and for nearly thirty years he accumulated all the information possible against the time he should bo ready To write In The True Henry Cloy tho author has tried togivo a picture of Clay the man rather than a treatise on his political career While it does contain a careful account of his offic ial life it has been tho aim of Mr Rogers to make the great commoner stand out as a personality rather than a political institution Mr Rogers was materially assisted by surviving members of the Clay family had ac colts to documents and relics and made the most careful researches in every direction iu order to present a living picture of his subject Ellwood Those who have seen and heard Ellwood tho great Master of Magic and Imitator say that ho and his company furnish one of the greatest entertainments now put on the boards Berea is favored in having those great artists for the grand opening of the Lyceum Course Tuesday night December 20th Single admission 35 cents Tickets for tho course 100 Admission for children at the usual reduction The next number will be the Nonpareil Jubilee singers of ten voices Ad mission the same Secure tickets beforehand aunt come early Colored Teachers Convention The colored teachers of the State will hold their 28th annual meeting at Lexington Ky December 2720 1004 The first session will open promptly at 2r M Tuesday Decem her 27th and the entire meeting will be conducted with duo regard for punctuality and dispatch Tho program for the coming meet ing has many attractive features It will bo full of interest from begin ning to end Our8fociol guests hU year are Washington DC State Superintendent J H Fuqua Superintendent C M Merry ton President W G Frost Beren CollegeLet all planning to attend tho meeting write to Mr Walker Graves 333 Ohio Street Lexington Ky Chairman of tho Reception Committee who will procure homes for visiting teachers F L WILLIAMS President To slate ati old truth over only a little more emphatic no man Is a hero In tho eyes of his typewriter A bad actor zany be a good man but you dont see how It Is n good deal harder to find mon oy titan to Had the owner of It The men behlnd the slot machine thinks that pennies are Just as good as any other kind of money Notice Taken up as stray Three hogs two red and ono white weight about 80 pounds Owner can have those hogs by paying all charges P J PAWLKT t Departments Eight Pages Cannot Afford To Lose LI jiII f Sixteen IAVEthat you do not care to J seIIf so we advise you to one of our safe deposit boxesI in our fire proofvault These safes will take care of your papers jewelryand etc costs you yearCome J I 1 J THE BEREA BANKING COMPANY c J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier 8 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES D Phone 188 Richmond Ky It Cut Flowers Designs andGBlooming Plants A THE SHOP For Ladies C J HANSON CO +O+O+O+O+O +O +O+O+O+O +O+O +O +O +O+O+O+O+O +olo+O +O+O+O+ t THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON i4 O moreo + J FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING + o Take a Look TI JPOUBII Our Stock t 1Q+o IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD 1 New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines S + 125 130 and bib worth 150 f6O and f65 o tCRUTCHER EVANS o loplln tOld Stand Richmond Ky Dsy Phone 73 Night Phono 4706 o O +O+O+O+O +O+o+O+OO+O+O +O+O+O+o4o +O+O+O+O+O +O+O +O +O FOR SALE One good house and lot in the east end of Berea located on Prospect Street The house has five plastered rooms and two sealed rooms A large garden spot and extra good Can be bought right Also a small house and lot in Wal laceton Ky with a good garden five miles west of Berea Ky Two churches and a schoolhouse in sight For further particulars call on- E 1 B WALLACE Phono 63 Boron Ky H+M I f l M t 1 I I M i East End Drug CO DEALERS IN PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES See our 60 and lOc counter A WONDER OF GLASS- WORK Come and look at the nicost tine or QUEENS WARE evar In Berea We also carry a nice lino or- FRESa GROCERIES anti STAPLE ARTICLES at the lowest prices CALL AND SEE US ty PRESCRIPTIONS A SIICIALTf H e WOOLF Prop +MtItHIt14 jj vWY fri d1 TILE OITJZ13IV1 i BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C Hlnmnn ManaGor IJEHEA KENTUCKY THE DOORWAY In the heart of the day I strayed to the heart of a tangled wood And there like a ilnmm before me a des olate Portal stood Strange and solemn mid sombre It stood odd I was alone Mystery fell like u ffxf fear swept by like a moan It was bolted strongly nbove and bolted Irrlow again AM one of the hulls was Sorrow and the other bolt was Pain Two dim lights hung in the shadow two red and misty spheres And my soul wink as I saw them for I knew they were Blood and Tears Tim way was lost behind me backward- I dared not BO beat upon the portal and my heart broke with the blow Bruited and bleeding and blinded I forced the bolts to move I M d through the dreadful doorway and the other side was Love Ella Heath In Llppjncotfs Magazine- IA HOUSE BUILT UPON TILE SAND IHj9 1mmmmmmlmmJmJ1F haze of a lovely day In October TilE on Jamaica bay A gentle southwest wind stirred the water into slilalng ripples Afar on the horizon the salt meadows resembled the Islands of the Blest The wind blowing over a thousand leagues of heaving sea was redolent of freighted with stimulation Crayfish Dill is a bagman He lives en Ruffle bar four miles away from shore as the crow flies in the cabin of an old canalboat drawn up on a bar and surrounded by piles driven Into the sand to protect It from the ice Y1Jm said Bill as his visitor came down the cabin stairs this ere caylnaint no Astor hotel with a French cook but I can give you som pyaters right out of the bay Fifteen minutes later the visitor drew a cracker box to the table The menu consisted of oysters on the halt frlioll soft clams roasted in the oven with a slice of bacon over each milk host made of bread fqur days Bid and condensed milk and tea brewed In a pot black as the stovepipe that project d from the top of the cabin After this meal was finished and the ran were fed Bill lit his pipe and his tongue began to wag Said he You aint been here since I lost my house last March Where did you get money enough to buy a house said the visitor in playful irony- saved it said Dill It cost me about 55 I spose Ill never have so much money again at one time Im over 60 and aint so strong as I used to be This ere is the oyster season and Im watch In the oyster beds to keep the thieves away I watch nights and tons oysters In the daytime I spose you never tonged for oyslers with tongs 15 feet long In a strong tideway Well it aint no childs play A days work is a boatful of oysters and you have to cull em after youve dug em up You dont do much dreamin nights after you have been tongln oysters all dayyoure too tired It took me two years to save that money to build my house I got per mission from an oyster planter to build a house on one of his bars I had a kind of a feellnthat Id like to own a house that was all my own and that didnt cost me nothln for rent and when I shut the door I could look nroun tt the stove and the cupboard K the tanks and the dollar clock and say to niIvrlf This ere house Is ail ttif orn I built It with my own hands paid for it with my own money Laid every timber In It and drove every nail from the cellar to the tarred roof Of course you understand Im only Jokln about drivin nails in the cel lar rouse there wasnt no cellar At high tide there was two feet o water whore the cellar ought to be I had that there house all planned out in my mind for a year before I EtuttQd to build It even to the vinegar barrel I was goln to have settin out hide the door to catch the rain water tams the roof cause you cant get Crotcn water In the middle of Jamaica bay Bill laid his knotty brown hand upon lib knee and looked with unseeing eyoa up through the companionway lie was aroused from his reverie by his visitor who said with a grin Did you build your foundation of stone or of brick No sir said Bill My foundation was built of eightInch piles ten feet long There was a contractor drlvln plies over the Canarsie side of the bay and he had a dozen piles too short for his use I bought em for half what he paid for era How did you get the piles over to Iluflle har1 said the Inquisitor Made a raft of em and towed em otcr behind my skiff Took me seven hours to do it on acount of tho tide which carried me and tin raft down to Barren Island There wire blisters on my hands as big as walnuts when I got over to Kuflhj par How did you sink your founds ton 1 said the Isftor seeking to disturb Bills serenity Its queer about that said Bill On them bars lu the middle of the bay the tide rises from four to the feet accordln to which way the wind blows A nnreoster would blow the water out o the nay so there wouldnt be a foot o water on my lot And hen ain a souwester for two days would make a tide six or seven foot high Consequence Is I had to sink my plies at dead low water Pid you hive a plledrlver to sink your foundation 1 None o your guyln son said the veteran I chopped one end 0 the piles wedgeshaped and worked em down Into the mud and sand Its surprlsln how that meadow sand does stick to a stick o timber One man ran work It down about three or four feet and 20 men couldnt pull It tfp How big was this wonderful house of yours Bill Twas Just 12 feet square I meas ured it with a sixfoot oar replied the bagman When I had all the piles worked down solid In the sand I sawed ort tho tops so they were all even and the foundation was finished There were three rows of piles four feet apart Twas two months before I got enough money to get the floor beams They were six Inch pieces of hemlock that I got from a second hand dealer in lumber at a bargain When I got the beams laid down solid I laid some pieces o scantlln down on top of the beams and did a song and dance on the floor my floor the only floor I ever owned The look of reminiscent gratifica lion on the bayninas face was so real so earnest that the cynical visitor was shamed into quiet After that the clarrmln was poor and the oysterln was worse and twas six months before I could afford to buy my joists and weather boards When I got my joists and boards up it didnt takelong to finish the house The roof was made of smooth pine boards tongued and grooved and covered with tarred paper To make the house warm I put tarred paper under the flooring When I got the house finished I had four winders in it with panes of glass a foot square and two bunks in the corner with ex celsior mattresses In cm On summer nights I used to lay In tho lower bunk with the door open Us ten In to the tide talkin just like folks ababblin and agurglin agin the piled and amurmurln sleepyllkt through the grass But when the nor casters blew I shut the door Thats when the tide got noisy and quarrel someIt spit spray agin the winders and jumped up agin the floor as if It was jealous that my house was finished and I was snug in my bunk But Lord bless you I wasnt afraid 0 iftide The ebb and the florid are old friends o mine Did you ever see the tides meet The ebb runnln out and the flood runnfn In 1 Theres a place In the bay where they meet find pile up In a ridge o foam a foot high The ebb seems to say Git out o my way Im gain out to sea And the flood humps Itself anjl says Dont be foolish Im goln all over the bars and the meadows and Ive got the sea behind me pushln and of course the flood wins But twas the ebb and the flood and the wind and the ice that wrangled together and agreed to push my house off the bar and they did It Were you In the house at the time Bill said the visitor Sure replied Bill I was Inside with my three cats Three cats said the visitor I should think that one cat would have been enough for one man One cat is enough for ono man ashore but three aint any too many when youre out here in the winter four miles away from solid ground and a norcaster playing peekaboo with your winders When I got the house finished and a half ton o coal In the locker I went ashore to Canarsie to get some gro ceries When I got there I saw a man comin down to the shore with a bag and Inside of It were three kittens that he was goin to drown They looked so measly and they meowed so sorrowful like that f grabbed the bag cats and all and took em over to the house I bought n quart o milk for em before we started and that was tho last drink o fresh milK they ever had for there aint any cows or goats on Ruffle bar- I named the cats after the three men in the Bible that went through the fiery furnace Hayshack jMeshack and Bendlgo for I knew the cats was up agin It and were bound to see trou ble before they got through with me How long was it after your house was finished before It was swept away said the visitor From August till March replied Bill I got along all right through the winter and the comfort them cats was to me In the long evenlns was a caution I used to lay In my bunk and watch em Tollln over each other while tho wind was screcchln round the house and the tide talkin noisy in the cellar- I think Id ave gone crazy with lonesomeness If it hadnt been for them cats You ought to have seen Hay shack sparrln with a spider crab I tonged up one day A spider crab you know is all claws and bone and has no innards to speak of On tho night before St Patricks day the wind was roarln around the shanty It had been blowln from tho norwest and It shifted to the south ard and blew the water tumblln back In the bay To male things worse for the cats and me the bay was full of float leo six to eight Inches thick The Ice was dentin back and forth on tho tide and at IQW water it was stranded on tho bars ten fool high Some o this Ice came enilln along and jammed up In my cellar and 1- 1lay there groanln and grindln agin the piles 1 The top of a big wave came slap agin the house and a thin stream e water ran under the door and over the floor The crab had been sparrln with Hayshack as usual and got one of his claws fast In the cats whiskers and when the water came In HayshacV and tho other cats jumped up on tin table and the crab was still hangln to Hayshacks whiskers Things got pretty lively after that and I didnt have no time to see what become o the crab The cats were meowln with fear In about five minutes there came another big wave that lifted one end o the house off the piles about n foot tumbled the clock ort the shelf and sent a pot full of bolllu po tatocs rollin over the floor When theblg wave rolled away the house came down on the piles again with n crash that smashed all my dishes put out the lamp and made a big hole In the floor where the ice and water came through This time the water was a foot deep on the Door I jumped out o the bunk grabbed my coat and yelled to the cats and Im blamed if them cats didnt jump off the table swim over to me and stick their sharp claws Into my bare shins I grabbed one of em In each hand and shoved em into my pockets and Hayshack climbed onto my shout derI waded to the door and when I op ned It the wind came roarln In and tore off tho roof like a leaf All this happened qulckcrn Im tellln It f knew the next big wave would carry the house away and I moved quick In stormy nights I still can bear the wind howlln the cats squallln and the ice grindln agin the floor Did ycu swim Bill said the via ttor Swim said Bill In quiet contempt I couldnt live three minutes In that sea and that Icecold water I had a duckboat tied to my piazza The piazza was two boards wide The boat was jurapln around like a frisky colt right agin the side o the nousc I jumped in and pushed off Twas a cloudy night but pot very dark I got 100 feet away when I saw the house lift up again five or six feet and the redhot stove slid through the back joists and scantlln and when I looked again the house was gone Bill smoked reflectively for a moment with Haysback purring against his leg Then he led the way up the cabin stairs and pointing with his pipe across an arm of the bay now dimpling In the sunlight while the tide loitered lazily to the sea resumed his taleIt looks peaceful enough now dont It But on the night Im tellln about the white horses were Jumpln five foot high I could never tell you how the duckboat lived in that sea but she floated like a cork and me and the cats got over here alive Did you save anything out of the wreckYes I saved them four piles you see stlckln out o tho sand and a pickle Jar A pickle jar Yes You see I kept my savins In the pickle jar in cents and nickels and quarters There was 1550 In the jar It had a glass top screwed down on a rubber band so It was watertight U it had been empty It would have float ed away but the coin took It to the bottom and I found It on the sad at low waterN Y Sun Vllli or Without Mr Bulled was gazing darkly upon an Invoice which the new office boy had just drawn up Whats this he growled as he noticed the neat with compliments which the ltd had written at the bottom of the docu ment We dont deal In that sort of hypocrisy here my lad Compliments Indeed nah Mako out another with out compliments Dye hear A day or so passed and Mr Bulteel was as tonished beyond words to receive a letter from his customer curtly in forming him that the account was closed by reason of flagrant discourt esy What it could mean puzzled him tremendously until he glanced at the returned Invoice which had accompan ied the final cheek And when he saw that the lad had taken him literally and had written without compli ments In place of his former message there was more troubleStray Stories Wad Case of seasickness Regarding scaslckncsu a traveler says Before sailing It is just as well for n man not to take too many farewell dinners and not to start out with a head on him One of the worst casea of seasickness I ever saw was accumulated by a man who had never been seasick before and hind sailed ull over the world But he wag sailing from Honolulu and the day before had been to a farewell luau whore hn had eaten pal and raw fish mixed with a great deal of frapped champagne His friends came down to see him off and hung many floral lets about his neck They also poured more chain pagne Into his neck As a result the acute case of seasickness which he developed alarmed even the ships surgeon Chicago Dally News Hud Vae for ills hair An aged clergyman with silvery hair was the recipient of several simulta neous requests from young ladies for a lock of his hair The requests were complied with the clergyman being pleased to fulfill wishes which seemed founded c 1 a sentiment of respect and all wont well until his wife received this note Dear Mrs Wont you please ask your husband to send me a little lock of his hair We have all been taking lessons In making hair flowers So many of tho other girls asked him and he sent It to thorn that I thought I would rather ask you lo get It for me Wont you plcaso do this tar meT It Is so bard to get white hair for lilies of the VRUejr London World Kentucky PickUps VIOLENCE IS FEARED Exlctement at Boonevllle Over the Theft of the BallotBox Bofliiovllle Ky Dec LThe excite ment over the theft of the ballot box In this precinct continues and Sunday tho town was filled with people who make all kinds of threats Violence In feared Bloodhounds were sent for but because there have been so many people oil the ground tho dogs could take no scent- Trobably no election was ever held in any county In the Eleventh district In which so much Interest and excitement hiss been manifested The elec tion two years ago by reason of Irreg ularities was declared Invalid by the courts Candidates In the present race announced themselves more than a year ago and It Is said that each has spent more than the salary attaching to the office In campaigning Devices used on the ballots are nu merous and odd Double log cabin saddle pockets a horse a cow a mount ed horseman a squirrel n buffalo a horses head a schoolboy a wifes picture a pair of boots three links n horse shoe a fourleaf clover an orchard a star a lang a Ca log wagon a deer an eagle an engine a picture of the candidate an elk a lions head a Bible a fox a Ltosscuttaw and a coon are somo of the devices utilized COL T GIBSON DEAD He Was a Prominent Attorney Editor and Soldier In the Civil War Lexington Ky Dec 5Col Tobias Gibson aged 66 died suddenly at his home hero Sunday night lie was an attorney at this bar had been proml nent as an editor antT was on the staff of his brother Gen Randall Leo JIb son of Louisiana In the civil war Hn was the last surviving brother of the latter who won distinction aa a memo ber of the United States senate Un til recent years Col Gibson had owned extensive plantations In Louisiana maintaining a residence In New Or leans Death came from heart dls I ease without warning After supper ho lay down on his bed AS was his custom and called his daughter When she had reached him ho was dead DIVORCE GRANTED Wife of Vice President Moore of the Louisville and Eastern Freed Louisville Ky Dec 5Mrs Porcl val Moore has boon granted a divorce from PercIval Moore and restored to her maiden name May Bhnllcrofs Abandonment wa the charge and Mr Moore made no defense No claim was made for alimony The decree was handed down by Judge Kirby and so quiet wore tho proceedings that few knew of the divorce Mr Moore U vice president of the Louisville and Eastern railroad and bin former wile Is a noted beauty and belle Petition to Gov Beckham Grcenup Ky Doc 5A petition U being unanimously signet asking lor error Beckham to appoint William T Cole county judge to fill the unexpired term of Judge J B Bennett recently elected to congress Three OXoOUlltI judges A L Reid L E J W Kount signed the petition removing all likelihood of opposition to the young lawyer aspirant Thirteen Horses Burned to Death Newport Ky Dec IiIre that was evidently of Incendiary origin cremat ed 13 horses at Joseph Palmers sta ble Twelfth street near Patterson There were 20 equines In the bases ment of the stable when the flro start ed Seven of them ran out The others burned to death In their stalls Fatal Fire In Louisville Louisville Ky Dec 5Loulso Jon kins a Negress was bunted to death and James Mcllctt and Lark Phlllpots firemen and two colored children wore Injured In a fire which destroyed n row of tenements In the western part of tho cityIStruck by a Train Newport Ky Dee GDavid Starr 1033 Saratoga street track walker for the Loulsvlllo Sc Nashville railroad was accidentally struck by a north bound train in front of tho Queen City race track and suffered a fracture of tho skull Arrested As a Suspect Owlngsvlllo Ky Dec 6Reports state that Charles Fraloy has been ar rested by Detective Hamilton near West Liberty Morgan county charged with complicity In tho assassination of Sebron Profit In Rowan county last week Crushed To Death By An Engine Covington Ky Dec 5 William Hnmpo 40 wagon maker 1211 Wheel or street was run down and killed by a switch engine while walking across the Cincinnati Southern railroad bridge on his way home Fatal Explosion In a Mine Somerset Ky Dec 5An explosion of blasting powder In tho mines of thu heraIkilled JAmes Carter and seriously In jured too other miners Named In Owen County Owenton Ky Dec GThe domo cratlc primary In Owen county noml natal Yancy for county judge Lucas for sheriff Walker for clerk Bnrntis for Huperinlendcnt schools Thorn ton for representative PAPAS WAY OF SPELLING Im having such a dreadful time At learning how to spell- you tee Im just a little girl And cant do very well Ive been to school for two months now And some words I know For teacher writes It on the board And says go spelU so Ive InWrncil that rat spoilt rat And hen spills hen That Rover U a dog And ten U lien My teacher says the thinks that I Am doing very well But paw spells a different way And ti Sir Dont you teUJ Tou see my names are Alice May And my lost name In hall And yeiterdny I spoiled them out At school before the n all My traahavrld Thnfm nicely done And so at homo last night I spelled them out for my papa And thought had them rlcht Dut IIftIHl soldi Youre wrong my pet For AlleeSpells Marling dear and Majr Spells iweolhenrfdant yu seer I told him what my teaehersaW glut he donated Oh not ThafH not the way your puna spells Your teacher doesnt know My papa wouldnt tell rs acing Or say whnt Isnt true And yet my teacher sari that she Spins Just the way Ido Im fratd Ill sever learn to spelt Ne matter how I trTIf darting a AMceAnti sweetheart I May Ida L Mclntesh in BL Ntebalai- BRIGHT RUSSIAN Shows Wonderful Aptlludt for Learning and HaT Entered lit Holyoke College Tyna Hclrnan a Russian Hebrew Im migrants daughter just 14 ycrrs old who four years ago became a student In a West End school In Boston baa en tered Mount Holyoke college better equipped for success in her student life than the average college girl Arriving from Russia In 199 Miss Helmaa rot only mastered the Kngllih language of which she was entirely Ignorant but became so proficient In it and all other branches of study that within four years she pawed through the primary and grammar grades and last Juno was graduated from the Girls Latin school In Boston at the head of her class Because she knew nothing about Eng Ilsh says the New York Hun MiM Hel man at first was compelled to enter a primary school with children only one third her ago but with the aid of Hui span and Bngllth dictionaries which her father provided her with the swift ly forged ahead pasting through tbe primary and grammar grades In A aln Cle year for she had acquired In ItussU a good foundation for future learning From Iho Wells grammar school In the West End Boston she was grad uated In 1901 and finished the four year course In the Girls Latin school In three years an uncommon feat Intending at first to go to Boston university for a year she took the entry examinations passing six of the required studies with honors but subsequently she decided to take the full course at Mount Holyoke college Even now she has made an Im pression with her Instructors and her friends believe that she wilt win fresh laurels during her college life Miss Helmans father keeps a little grocery store at 19S Marlon street East Boston She Is the eldest of six chil dren and Is a born student mastering the most difficult studies with the great eat eaec She Is tall and graceful of tbe brunette type with snapping black eyes and a countenance which fairly shines with Intellectuality USE FOR OLD TENNIS BALLS How They May De Given a blow Lease of Life In a New Dress The old wornout tennis ball a can be put to good use and will furnish untold pleasure for many poor or sick children A newdress Is all the ball needs For this now dress most people who do much TENNIS WALL IN NEW DReSs fancywork can produce all sorts of odds and ends of wool left over from various articles either crewelwork crochet or knitting for It matters little what kind of wool you use so long as you mako the balls blight and attractive Anxious to Learn Crawford Newtich lie ma to be watching his servants all the time CrabshawYes lIes trylrg to learn how to act when in society Town Topics Was Safe Ho Ilia your papa hear me singing that zerenadeT She Yin but you are sale ho thoughtIt was the aL Chicago Jour 1la1I EASY WIRE WORK Pretty Thing WhIch May Be Made with Few Tools and Inexpen sive Materials Wire working will be found a very In teresting pastime and there are so many things both useful and ornamental that may be made with each little effort that tho work has become a very popular way of utilizing spare moments Three tools only are necessary to produce meat of the articles made by wirea pair at flatnose cutting pliers one of round nose cutting pliers and a file then with a few skeins of wlrj you have alt that Is required Of course aa In every thing else practice makes perfect and after a few trials you wilt find that dex A TOASTING FORK terity In the handling of the tools and skill In twisting nice turns are acquired very rapidly A very useful article and a good one with which to make our ftratatlemplllt this work Is a toastingfork shown by Figure 1 To mako It lake two length of stout wire one three and the other six feet long turn an eye A at ono end of the shortest piece bend the other double and twist It round the central one An extra twist should bo given at the spread of the prongs and an eye Is formed on each wire at B round another piece of same sized wire the ends are then straightened and pointed with the A SPRING PERCH file Now bend the crosswire down on either tide and form hooks C In which the toast rests securely For those who keep cage birds we show in Figure 2 a iprlngperch which Is simple In construction Birds seem to enjoy tho motion tho spring gives when they hop on 1C Take a plec of elm or mahogany wood and whittle out a short perch about tbe thickness of an ordinary lead penell Drill a fine hole about an Inch from one end and paw a piece of hard brats wire through se curing It by firmly twisting the shorter end round tho perch In two plates as shown In the Illustration Now bend the remaining wire Into atoll of three turns to give the springiness and finish oft with a couple of bends ai illustrated by HANGING BASKETS FOR FLOWERS which It In attached to the bars of the cage Tho perch may be removed easily when It is necessary to scrape and clean It Hangingbaskets for flowers are quickly made Two designs for these are given In Figure 3 They aro so simple that there will be no difficulty in constructing them by referring occasional ly to the Illustration There are any quantity of ornamental articles which may be made with a lit tle care and Ingenuity on the part of BOOK MARK the worker What Is called goldcased wire obould bo used for such work Figure 4 shows a bookmarker of silk ribrbon fitted with ornamental wire cads Thcso may be made In any design sug nesting Itself to the worker Tho own ers monogram or initials worked Into the design wllliooit very prottyPoo ploo Journal Blue Eyes Persons with blue eyes are rarely cC acted with color bllndueu t IITHECITIZEN HIHIHHH+HHHHHKJ 1 The Home i JBWHIB LESTER RILL Editor LLL Irnrrjjrrrrrrrrrrneat numb replied A laysir is till be ginning of a man Tho boy WRit right a true boy n real boy a boy who will ho worth anything iu tilt fiiluru must Ix the Inginning of a man If lid would Ixt a man when ho gnus tip ho iniml commence to IHJ wliilo ho they Selected The But Selling Book 14t1tll1lII1ghook Ono would IMI inclined to doubt tint statement when ho roads alxnit the enormous editions of lxtpnhl- fOVels flllillJCtlilltart going out of fashion Never btiforo has there lxoii mich Scriptllrtl1lHritish Hiblo Society HIOWH that since UN establishment it has distrib uted 180000000 copies of tilt Bible Tho American Society him distrihui cd 70 XX000 And both societies duty they printed moro topics lust year than in try previous year Good Things In DliU polltltcountry known an tho Solid South wo want to way that thorn aro Homo gtxxl things that can IH found no- whereV also than down in Dixie For ugJChreadjiiu cako iniilliiiM corncakcs hoo comJightImlldtot time urban but the rural South yetItH1a half baked civilization that lives on canned good glucose oleomargarine i and formaldehyde pripnrnti- unsaIIthl1It111tH tHt+ i The School i JOUH WIRT DinSMOHB Editor 1HHHHHMtH H +I H HOW TO GET THE BEST OUT OF lOOKS I am tempted to Nay that it dOtH tint matter how woo rend provided you rrmilmiougI Yet this would nut lx true It dawns ujxin us an the years go on that lifo is short and that we nml to make tho tux t of it The main rule for useful reading is to rind with attention not hurried nuthinkbaglybut nut Ixilt our looks nay moro Itlaati we must lolt slur food- Read In the Morning It follows almost directly that tho morninghourortiiiity iu till evening when the workof tho tiny is dose Hut for myself I have found thai hllllxople ought to able to nave an hour in tho morning Ixiforo they go out to work whoa the mind has its edge iixm it and when tho lalxrs of tho tiny are Ixiforo one lotRud the Oreat Books Should wo read for pleasure or for amusement always demur to this iiuestion IH there no pleasure in Alpillodlllllxr IlIIporilHhiRfluids a keener and rarer joy in time struggle upward than ho could ever find on the lint piano If a young man hits no oxixjrienco of withIimelisWOlduthere is something wiong Tho highest and tho purest pleasure of trading is in grappling with till cult books books full of allusion fullof thought pregnant in every sentence I adviso that the hour of thin tiny should la Mont on a hook that kites stood the test oftho generations and Bits taken lift place among tho classics How to Got the Bolt Out of Boots First of mill lot no difficulty pass without being grappled with Then will Ixi questions you cannot answer at tho time Note them timid see whether you can find tho answer either in hooks or through your friends In order to road wisely wo 1should have beside us a good diction ary n good encyclopaedia Un imnmelialulyl should Ix no impatience Writo down your dilliculticfl and work till you surmount theta Study the Author as Well as His Work Another R111111mlJlo result of reading n great book is that If you are wise I Olltilltnail cheap biographies of great authors are no common that few oh stacloH will stand in your way You will also bo very wise if you try to find out what hUH lx on thought of saidf1pressions with your own you will Iwcoulu wise WILLIAM Itoaeirrsox NICOLL LLi Dill tho Chrisluin Jimteavor World t1Ir+rIHHHHrrH The Farm 1 ABILAB CHKBVBR MASON Editor H I MllH IM MIHHH Chanceg of Public Instruction Powett A Cotton nddrening a gathering teachers ro seusiblurand well timed remarks It is just in his ability to do things that time boy on tho farm him a letter clmnco to Huccixd than the town or city bred boy And it is because the lilyon tho farm hits work to do Tho boy ill well trained in tho expreNNisu side of lifo It in ox pression too that amountfl to KOIIIO timing and in it ho guts tho notion thoro in work to do in tho world that lifo in not all play Now if you am use thoM good qualities in your schoolwork well and good And if you can use thuni in hulking in tho community n larger regard for labor and a supremo refl ect for tho farm and its problems that will keep tho toys in tho country it will lx nil the Ixitler for time toys anti tho nation in the years to como Of course if a young man really IxtlievcH that ho will have bettor op xrtuuiticH for liiiiiwlf and for what ho would do for humanity by going to tho city ho should go Ho CUll suc prlCttlltlhilllmemlxtr timid farm work is just as hap rttiut just as honorablu just as cletm that it requires just as much ability and that it is just as remun erative as any work ho will timid to do Time forcible point made that tho farm toy luau n holler chance of sue otis than the city bred youth IKJ cjiuso of his ability to do timings is worth Hiiduringover The boy on till farm him work to do says mfr Gluon and ho might hnvo added that on the farm tho lay is taught to ro sjntt lalxir Too often tho city toy is- is rmitte l to grow up kilo habits of indolence if not a vice hawing little roganl for or knowledge of labor u jxin which ho looks with a sort of disdain Lalwring not ho is incapable of ink ing a placo among those who urn to IxtirolT tho prize of tho earth Noth or is ho cntablo of fully appreciating the joys of life 11lC1l11fO oC a surfeit of pleasure lie is of all persons most unhappy Compare his state with that of the farm toytviio lalwrs mud has htutllhmyhotlyto his work a respect for the noblest of nil callings and to his recreation a knowledgo that it hums lscn earned Solfn x ct is tho real secret of his joys He eats no others bread but Isis own paid for by his own brawn many110king the purchasing xver of honest labor his nary thucolIIllllHt of largo timings Ambition is kindled ho enlarges sphere the world opens up boforo pima and behold soon tho toy Incomes now tho busy Biiccessful man of action Kcmombor boys sins tho dawn of time tho field of agriculture has over Ioll the cradle of tho greatest men How pleased you should Ixj that it bred and nurtured ollCIiJlJlIIU Ignorance I know no north nor south nor west shouted tho orator exclaimed the sympa lady Ills early education wan sadly neglected PERT PAMCRAPHSI It would bo easier to tolerate theI man who knows It all If he did The most eloquent anti wordy critic on emits cannot down roI llptllIA rial bright Oion al ways knows wheji n 100I mans no means no Love it tint IIInI really be called a BIIlCIfdI of second sight Would you naturally Infer that horse sense was n little stronger brand than common senseT Any one watching a small boy locate t a Jnr of jam will como to time conclu sloe that lower animals are not thoI only ones that have instinct Tho wise wan will not push n Food thing along He will chain It down u- CONGRESS AGAIN IN SESSION 1ny UeCutchcon In Ch Icaro Dally Tribune J Uncle SamNow Ladles and Gentlemen Please Your Very Close Attenuo IN THE CONGRESS President Roosevelts State Paper Was Read in Both Branches Tuesday Afternoon TWO NEW SENATORS TOOK OAT A Dill to Itedeem Treasury Notes Known as Sliver Certificates In Gold Coin Introduced Senator Platte Bill Providing For Reduction of Representation of Cer lain States In Congress Prin clpally In the South Washington Dec 7 Senate rTho ncnato was In session for moro than two hours Tuesday and In addition to listening to the reading of the presl dents message received a prelimi nary report from the merchant marine commission witnessed the induction of Senators Knox and Crano into of fico and in executive session referred tho presidential nominations to tho proper committees Time reading of the commissions of tho two new senators nttcacted moro attention than usual In such cases on account of their prominence and senators generally did not fall to note limo peculiar word lag of Oov Pennypackera communica Lion wherein conferred tho bulcc of senator upon Mr Knox employing him to hold It with nit Its emoluments and privileges until the next meeting of the legislature of tho stato If ho shall so long behave himself well House After listening to tho read ing of tho presidents annual message Tuesday the house adjourned until Wednesday During the first ten min utes of the session two minor routine matters were disposed of Representa the Hill CL Tuesday Introduced n bill providing for the redemption of United States treasury notes known as silver certificates In gold coin and directing the secretary of the treasury to set apart 1160000000 In gold and bullion for the purpose The act makes It tho duty of tho6ecrotary of the treasury to maintain gold reserve cor responding to not loss than 35 percent of all United States notes In circulation For tho debt incurred by the redemption of the notes tho secretary of the treasury Is to issuo bonds of 50 or any mutlplo hearing Interest at 3 per cent Senator Plans Bill Senator Thomas C Platt of Now York will Introduce a bill providing for the reduction of tho representation of certain states in congress princi ally in tho south Many bills of this character have been offered from timo to time in the other branch of con gross but no persistent effort has boon exerted to pass any of them Tho mcasuro to bo presented by Senator Platt is said to have originated In tho report of republican club In Now York citySenator Platt when ho presents tho will call attention jo tho fact that will affect northern states especial lyMassachusctts as well as states In the south Its backers will declare that tho measure Is nonpartisan Tho bill proposes that tho represen ration of n state shall bo based on the male voting population according to last official census Tho reduction n southern and solidly democratic del egations should tho bill become a law Is estimated at 1C members Called on the President Washington Dec 7 Members of tho board of managers of the National Soldiers homes called as a hotly on ho president Tuesday to pay their ro ipccts Tho board la holding a ses In this city The Potters In Convention Washington Dec 7ThuUnited States Potters association began Its innual convention hero Tuesdays TO ENCOURAGE RIFLE PRACTICE Acting Secretary of War Sends a Com munication to Speaker Cannon Washington Dec 7AcUng Secretary Oliver of the war department has sent to the speaker of tho house of representatives a letter earnestly re questing favorable action by congress GenHrifle practice In tho army Under ex isting law expert riflemen In the army are allowed 11 per month extra Tho proposed legislation gives to expert riflemen 3 per month sharpshooters j2 per month and marksmen 1 per month extra It is said that th change will Involve no Increase in annual appropriation tor expert riff men RURAL CARRIERS IBill Introduced Dealing With Leaves of Absence Washington Dec 7 Representative Lafean of Pennsylvania Introduced bill dealing with leaves of absence of the rural free delivery carriers The act Is to go Into effect July 1 1905 and provides for the granting to all carriers who havo been In the servic- for over a year prior to that date a leave of absence of 15 days without loss of pay Carriers who have been less than one year in the service are o be entitled to a leave of absence of jne and onequarter days for each month served The bill also provides for tho employment of substitutes at a salary of per annum MAJ WILLIAM WARNER He Declines the Office of Commission er of Pensions Washington Dec 7MaJ William Warner of Kansas City Mo United States district attorney for the west ern district of Missouri has been of fered tho office of commissioner of pensions and declined the proffer The place will be made vacant by the retirement of Eugeno Ware of Kansas whoso resignation takes effect Janu ary Maj Warner was strongly en dorsed for the pension commissioner ship by his 0 A R comrades but did not desire the appointment Was Ejected From the House Washington Dec 7Just before Speaker Cannon rapped the house to order an elderly man occupying a front seat In the gallery uttered a series of long drawn out whoops Considerable commotion was caused before he was ejected The Expenses Footed UpIIWashington Dec 7Thoof convoying tho votes of president and vice president to Wash- Ington amounts to 12600 according to an estimate for an appropriation submitted to congress by Secretary Shawla The Panamans Well Pleased Colon Del 7Tho mercantile com munity and others are highly pleased with tho solution which has been reached of the difficulty between tho United States and Panama regarding the government of the canal tone Presidents Nominations Washington Dec 7Among the nominations sent to the senate by tho president wero Daniel Mayer West Virginia to bo consul to Buenos Ayrcs and Benjamin H Rldgely Kentucky to bo consul to Barcelona Spain Corporations to Make Annual Report Washington Dec 7 Representative Llttlcflcld Me Tuesday reintroduced his bill requiring corporations to make annual reports to tho commission of corporations giving a detailed statement of their condition The Jefferson Bible Washington Dec Representative Deemer Pennsylvania Tuesday intro duced a resolution providing for thn printing of 10000 additional copies of the Jefferson Biblet r PACKING GIFTS lion 4tirlriina Irmrnli May D r Vrmiprd Up Attractlvrlr Even the most long wished for or the most charming gift In robbed of sonic of the Joyous Christmas spirit If It sent carelessly wrapped or Is done up like on ordinary everyday parcel and even the most simple gift receives itu added grace If it is put up attractively and Is accompanied by n bright pleas ant greeting The Christmas glft snny be given a festal appearance at a very small outlay of time and money by wrapping them In scarlet or white paper and ty lint them with scarlet ribbon fastening a sprig of holly In the lows saps a writer In What to Do The effect will he cheer and Christmas Iike that manila paper and twine will never b thotiKht of again Little boxes such an Jewelers boxes wrap up In white paper candy or simi lar shaped boxes In two papers the ner one white the outer one scarlet Gather the ends up on top clip inn points and frill out Wrap books in scarlet paper pin cushions or other fancy work In white bundles In scar let or white and scarlet tying at the ends with ribbon Umbrellas und canes wind with strips of white and scarlet paper transforming them into time honored candy canes In doing up china sets for the bureau or desk or oatmeal or tetcatetes wrap the pieces in scarlet paper gath er up on top and tie Then clip Into poinsettia blooms Wrap the tray or plate in green paper and tie the blos soma on with ribbon Cards the size of n visiting card may be bought as cheap as a penny apiece More ex pensive cards may of course be pat chased If ones purse holds out very pretty card has a border of holly in colors with a blank space to write or letter the Christmas wish upon This ninny be the usual greeting or a quotation Any of the following lines are pleasant wishes to send with a giftYule lots of love burn In the heart With rosy warmth and cheer And Carewell may she come at moat Like Chrutmas once a year A happy Chrlitmaa to you May It bring you all fair things With the sweetest remembrance That about Its coming clings Sunbeams bleu thy ChrUtmai day Madness with thee dwell for aye A better gift you may have but not 0with better heart delightMHow to Illuminate the Tree The Illumination of the tree Is an important problem for by the indis creet use of candles many a Joyous Christmas has been turned into one of mourning Tiny Japanese lanterns are much safer than unshielded candles Thae small square lanterns with colored mica sides are also safe for they have n sponge in the bottom that may be sat united with kerosene When the wick lastsetban ordinary wax candles Slow to Make a oven Pincushion Men are often glad of a pincushion to hang up in their rooms provided only that is it not too feminine in appear since A very novel pincushion can be made of a pipe case which should be new and fresh looking and which it Is often possible to obtain for nothing from a brother or a friend Make a cushion exactly to tit the hollow which held the pipe or a little larger as it must be well pushed Into the case tile hollow being covered beforehand with glue The cushion should be stuffed with sawdust or anything soft and cow ered with some pretty velveteen or silk the color being carefully chosen to match or contrast with the case A pale brown or fawn color looks well as a rule Of course the pipe case will be double being open and one side can if desired be left as It Is or utll izcd as n cushion for needles A ribbon bow of color to match must bo added at the top to hang It up by Slow to Prepare Turkey Salad For the supper table Christmas night chicken or turkey salad In a cranberry mold is delicious Make the cranberry Jelly and mold In a ring Turn out very carefully Just before serving and fill the center with the salad Turkey salad by the way Is as good as If not better than chicken salad when mixed with plenty of eel cry and a few walnut meats how to Make Imitation Snowball A Christmas tree decoration that j y easily and Inexpensively made at home is snowballs A roll of flue picture wire box of diamond powder and a bundle of cotton batting not sheet wadding are the materials needed The wire Is cut in various short lengths n wad of the cotton thrust upon It patted into shape to look like a ball and the powder duqtod over it from a perforated toilet powder box The other end of the wire is bent over to form n fastening and the ball is ready for the tree It is effective to have the balls vary In size from that of a small apple to n largo orange Slow to lloact Lamb With Chestnut Season the meat with salt and pepper and roast Dish on u hot plate garnish with parsley plmolas and French chestnuts boiled until tender Shell and blanch the nuts and brown In the gravy from the lamb This Is a very decorative dish for one so plain as roast lamb How to Terre the Christmas Pudding Turn the last pudding out on n heat ed platter and In the top stick a sprig of holly nip one halt dozen lumps of sugar In alcohol and plate round tho base of the pudding Touch a lighted match to each lump carry quickly to the table and place before the hostess w THE BANK FAILURE Special Grand Jury Galled toe Inquire Into the Affairs of the Oberlin Concern BECKWITH AND SPEAR TO TESTIFY Effort to Be Hade to See if Crimes Were Committed Which Cone Within Courts Jurisdiction t No Conference Held Between Per eral eOfficers and Andrew Carnegie fie gardlng Notes Alleged to Have Been Given Irl Reynolds Elyrla 0 Dec 7Judge Washburn has called a special grand jury at the- o request of Prosecutor Stroup of LI rain county to inquire into the Cbe lln Ifatluro Tho jury vrlll tie drawn Thursday morning An clotwill be made to discover If any comes were committed which como visas JjBrtsillctlon of tho court Ob rill county It is reporte- ljjlJB action of Prosecutor Stoup jtiw tmen up on the request or com plaint of Andrew Carnegie Thl ro port however can not bo confirmed Subpoenaes have been issued for President Beckwith and Cashier S tear of the closed Oberlin bank to ap car before the grand jury to testify Expected Did Not Happen New York Dec 7Tho expected did not happen Tuesday night and all pre dictions proved at fault when at a late hour It was announced that no coifor ence between federal officers and Ao drew Carnegie had been held at tha tatters home This turn was surnrl ling for Mr Carnegie had announced In the courso of the day that he would be glad to receive a federal officer nn l It was supposed that F F Old air representing the controller of tho cur rency would meet him Tuesday night and that tho matter of tho noter alleged to have been given Irl Reynolds of Cleveland and said to bear tho name at Andrew Carnegie woulci bo discussed As unexpected as the news tha no conferenco was held was the depart uro of Mrs Chadwick from tbo Hot land house where she has resided for the New Amsterdam hotel She was accompanied by her son and a toad and took with her somo baggage S cret service men who havo been at tho Holland for several days followed Aim Chadwlck Stories of Possible ArrestsIAndrew Squire a Cleveland alter ney representing Iii Reynolds made the announcement Tuesday er several conferences with RecUvvrJLyon Mr Oldbam and others that he believed there would be no further do velopments In the case beforo Wet hen day and also said that Mr Oldham had returned to Washington Thin au nouncement was the first Indication that there would not be a meeting at nightStoriesthe case were still current Tuesday oven ing but so far as known no warrant has been issued Lawyer Carpenter one of Mrs Chad wicks counsel in New York deollnnd to give the results of tho numerous conferences Tuesday Percy W Car ver counsel for Herbert D Newton In an interview said that the Newton claim had not been paid anti tha no new assurances had been given na to its payment and George W Ryall as sociated with Mr Carver gave no nolr Information besides confirming the story that he had been In conference with Mrs Chadwick Tuesday As to the subject of their talk he decllncd to make any statement Carnegie Dont Know Her New York Dec 7Mr Carnegie for the first tlmo Tuesday said per sonally to reporters that If his name appeared on any notes It was not hui signature I dont know tho woman he said and I never heard of her un til the newspapers began to take up her case ELKS HOME SITE Chairman of Special Committee on Se lectlon Presented With a Token Baltimore Dec 7Henry W Mean chairman of tho special committee of grand lodge members of the Ucnevo let and Protective Order of Ells which selected the site and arranged for the building of Elks homo at Bed ford City Va was presented Tuesday night with a handsome silver service in recognition of his work in connec lion with the establishment of tho home The token was ordered by the grand lodge Short In His Accounts Macon Ga Dec 7Mare W Pot f ter a young man who Is cashier of banks at Davlsboro Glcnwood and He lena Ga has mysteriously disappear ed and his books which have boon checked up by an expert show a short age of something like 16000 Contractor Bankrupt Richmond Va Dec 7J Clement Shafer contractor for the government river and harbor work in the James here filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy In the United States district court Liabilities are given as 31 344 and assets as 360 Attempted Bank Robbery Des Moines Ia Dec 7A gang of robbers early Tuesday morning at tempted robbery of tho Peoples bank at Jolley la They wrecked tile build lag with explosives but failed to get into the sate and secured only loose change In the till- 4 The Citizen Ax IMVBTENDKHT FAMILT Nrwmm FmWltlwa nerr Thnmdty at Berta Kr BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C Hlnmin Manage- ravDecxlruow RATKi rATio La IK AETAJICa- O8 ru rirtaSDtas Tarte taenths e FetVoOe MOl Order Xs MoseyOrla seek Draft Rufctm Lur ar on two esnt lUtup tae Late Uur your BUS shows to wb4 t I stole your ubaipitoa II pateS It tt II oM thrs eUi flee sendtaf M Maiawtttht l banlbera wl klng Tat CmtH topped rust Bottly BI at the txplrttlon of lflll with otberwlla w Mall iOBilder tha l thty contlnve- JUUrr aa at S1 ofiuiy ehnee lB your V SnsstlTloiboth oH ad new addrtuet- MlMlng MBtmbon doe to comics r will godly be sup Uallweanistl4ACIHU every locality Write for tour 4W yMrlypyobbacrrlpucniwltiteoMvsTall Crrmx rea tor site year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 8T CHARLES HOTEL New FurniehiDga in every room All errice flretolasa Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop KyCourt Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt mnd serious trouble in your system is inervousness or stomach quicklydismember lit never fails to tone the stomach regulate the Kidneys and Bowels Stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usualattend fiDg aches vanish under its searching land thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 60 and that is returned Sf it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by East End Drug Co h Ice CreamAll Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Erults Early Vegetables It jl J Phone JOES No 68 r Select Grocer and Caterer Joes Corner Richmond Ky A Pleasant Pill No Pill is as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers De Witts Little Early Risers are so mild end effective that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people terry they are the beat liver pills sold Sold by East End Drug Co THE WELLDRESSED WOMAN wears a Suit Jacket or Cloak from the PRINCE TAILORING CO Orders taken and full line of samples by MRS A P SETTLE JR Depot street Berea Ky Miller House fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop lain St Richmond Ky Williams fa better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Cleaning and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Vain Street Berea KT Fight Will Bo Bitter closingtheircommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will hare a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T RBeall of BeaU Miss has to say Lost fall my wife had ovary symptom ofcon gumption She took Dr Kings Now Discovery alter everything else had failed Improvement came at once and four bottle cured her Guaranteed by East End Drug Co Price HOe and 1100 Trial bottta Iree u Itnthrnh tintnlatri iitnrt- hy rutJuan bif Umtmt By KATE GANNETT WELLS Member Massachusetts Sure Board of EduntlonI HY should it The burden of proof lies with those who claim that a preponderance of woman teachers is injurious to the schools No curt yes or no can be returned in an swer for more than many other questions does this one involve conditions of temperament of locality and age and of methods A man as a kindergartner would be a freak of nature even as a primary or lower grade grammar teacher he would still be abnormal for in the early years it is the mothering not the pragmatic element that is needed In the upper grammar classes and emphatically in high schools however the masculine clement vitalizes a school giving it a virility which though born of sex is ennobling If coeducation- is right then coinstruction But apart from that debatable ground a boy or girl gains from being under the double influence of man or woman in school just as he or she does in the home There can be no fixed numerical proportion of men and women teachers since all depends on personality One woman is often worth two dozen men and one man may counteract the influence of a dozen women Nor can the question be decided by subjects In a certain would be strictly girls college music was taught by the only man in the fac ulty an amusing incongruity Neither should the sciences and mathe matics be assigned exclusively to men and history and literature to women Values thereby get misplaced a socalled love of English literature becoming sentimental and history losing breadth as it gains in petty details as if studied under a microscope Add knowledge of temperament to fact of sex in choice of subjects for teachers The influence of a man teacher is usually more stimulating than that of a woman who on the other hand is surer to impart grace and refinement to her pupils than a man As for truthfulness men and women place their emphases differently though both hold up high standards If a man is principal his sotermed assistant principal should be a woman coequal with him in all matters whichspecially call for a womans intuition a kind of departmental partnership ex isting in which the man should not be the sole arbiter But do we not mistake in thinking that our schools depend on anyone system sex or person They progress by their own momen tum They are not onequarter as bad as some people think and per haps they might be far better if they were more let alone for our schools have become a popular fetich which we belabor or adore without much discrimination It is impossible for them to go to the bad when there are thousands of good men and women in them though a larger proportion of men teachers than now exists could impart a coherent strength which many of them lack For all that most of our needless fads in education have originated with men alone es pecially in methods an overestimated compulsory drawback upon spontaneity which constitutes the chief excellence of good teaching Not a mere school but education is feminized when there is a to tal lack of men teachers for the interaction of the sexes is ennobling The very fact that a man usually espouses teaching as a life vocation while a woman is more apt as she should be to pursue it as a tempor ary calling insensibly gives to him a power of enforcement that reacts upon his pupils characters Thus it is the effect upon personal char acter rather than upon the school system with which this question deals A girl brought up solely by women is as likely to lapse into masculinity as a boy educated wholly by men is to become topheavy Even if Tennyson had never written of equality and diversity common sense should see that the laws of nature hold good for school as for home and that it takes both a man and woman teacher to produce a welltrained pupil able to cope with emergencies and to appreciate the ability of others even iflyea smear frthe himself lacks initiative rnwtlx nfiMaterialism By EXPRESIDENT CROVER CLEVELAND H of It is not altogether a fanciful or pessimistic that many of our patriotic and to the growth us of materialism Our people undoubtedly becoming more and more infected with a feverish desire to accumulate and to succeed in undertakings far removed from philanthropic inten tions Thoughtful men must also regretfully concede that even the best and highest civilization movements called charitable and benevolent are sometimes used to cloak selfexploitation and purseproud vanity or are on foot to sat isfy the whim and caprice of the rich It is a matter of observation too that pro jects benevolent in and in purpose are frequently so ill considered and so impractical in their management that they are not only wasteful of and effort and fall short of the good they accomplish their beneficiaries all desire and incentive for selfsupport and selfrespect and thus- actuallv the ranks of willing mendicancy iEbutntinu3Ethnntiali By PROF WILLIAM MAXWELL President the National Educational notion teaches sincere citizens lament among are wealth restless common really motive money among recruit Association For purposes of train ing the body directly and the mind indirectly four agencies are more or less employed in some school and should be extensively employed in all schools play gymnastics athletics and manual training In addition to the physical qualities developed by gymnastics athletics develop the in tellectual qualities of alertness selfknowledge executive ability and presence of mind or the ability to think effectively in a crisis and the moral qualities of selfcontrol selfreliance courage endurance hu mility in victory fortitude in defeat and loyalty to ones fellows through working together for a common end Manual training specifically trains the hand as the executive of the mind it gives opportunity for self expression in material forms it gives facility in the manipulation of the simplest and most generally used tools that have aided man in his as cent from savagery it cultivates the mental and moral habits of ac curacy and truthfulness and it induces a realization of the dignity of laborWithout Iliac lour forms of physical culture no school is doing jig Ruled York Captivity of the Ten Tribes Sniiy School Lesson for Dec 1 11904 Pr p re4 toy the Highway and Byway Copjrlgbl tf J If rows LESSON TEXT J Kings 17618 Mem oir verses 1618 ItcaJ all of the chapter QOLORN TBXTThe face of the Lord U against them that do nil llet Sat TIMElt li quite generally agreed by all authorities that the fall of Samaria oc curred In 73 or early In iU n c It waa about six year after the last lesson ILACBSamarla the capital of Israel Introductory Note Following the brilliant but corrupt reign If Jeroboam II the history of Israel U one rapid and desperate plunge towards final destruction at the hands of Assyria In spite of Gods warnings sent by Ills prophets the nation forsook not Its wicked and licentious Idolatry and the Judgments and prophecies of God were finally ful filled The time from the reign of Jero boom II and todays lesson was scarce ly 40 years and In that time six kings ruled four of whom were usurpers gain lag the throne by Intrigue and murder For list of Israels kings from Jeroboam II to Hoses see Introductory note to Lesson for November m or better still use your Bible and make out your own list The Lesson Outline THKMRBln and Its Iunlihment L Judgment fallen vs 6 I The Human Agency v K The Lords Overruling Jrovldcnce II 4Jods Faithfulness v I Sent Ills Messengers The hastlllSeven BtnBc of Sin vs 71J 1M7 First 8tepLnbellcf Feared Other Gods v 7 Second 8tepWorldty Conformity Walked In tile statutes of the heathen vs tThird Step Secret Idol Wouhlp- Did secretly those things that were not right against the Lord vs fltF- ourth Htep8tubborBne They would nut hear but tholr necks They rejected Ills stat utes vs IS Fifth BlcpOiwn Idol Worship They left nil the commandments of the Lord their Ood und made them molten Images Worshiped nil the host of hwiveii and served haul v li Sixth 8tepSptrltuUUm The used dlvUatleos and enchant moots v Seventh SlepUtler Carrupilen field themselves to da evtt v n Comparing Scripture with Scripture Judgment Fallen Sln hoe run Its course Sin when It Is finished brlngeth forth loath James 115 The Lord Is merciful and gracious slow to anger and plenteous in mercy Jut as surely as night clone In on the longest day sin unrepaired of and persisted In at last feels the crusu ing force of Gods judgment leer lie will not always chide neither will lie keep Ills anger forever 1s loa The sixty verse states explicitly that the king of Assyria look Samaria and carried Israel away and vt 18 de Glares that the Lord removed them out of Ills sight This double dwlar atlon emphairtse two things the human agency 2 the Divine provi dunce Ps 70 1- 0IIGods Fait fulne s Vs 11int- he midst of the long enumeration of Israels sins vss 717 Is Injected this testimony ofGods faithfulness The sinner if lout perishes In spile of Cods efforts to save him Kst k 3311 litSeven Stages of SlnFlrat Step Unbelief Feared other Gods vs 1 This may mean anything which usurps the place of God Un belief turns the heart from God Second Step Worldly Conformity Walked In the statutes of the heathen vs 8 God calls Ills chil dren today to separation from the world 2 Cor 617 Jas 441 John 216 Third StepSecret Idol Worship Did secretly those things that were not right against the Lord vs 915 Ah how many secret sins there are that are teetering within ultimately to break out in the open sore Fourth StopStubbornnetaThey would not hear but hardened their necks They rejected Ills statutes yes 1415 We had unbelief as the first step away from God then worldly conformity then secret Indulgence In the wicked practices of the world and now stubbornness Notice how the thirteenth verse telling of Gods faith fulness follows the first three steps downward III the progress of sin anti that the fourth marks the way In which they recelveifGods mossungeni and Ills message Stubborn now bars the gate to repentance and plunges the soul onward to certain destruction Hear Gods opinion of this sin 1 Sam IS 23 Fifth Stop Open Idol onthhlIThey loft nil the the Lord their God and made thomI molten Images They the hosts of leaven and served Baal vs 1C Stubborn refusal to hear Gods warning voice cuts the soul loose from all restraint Horn 124 Sixh StepSpiritualismThey used divinations and enchantments vs 17 All the dark mysteries of the devils devices are Included hero It is the lost step towards utter abadon ment to evil Paul speaks of seduo ing spirits and doctrines of devils 1 Tim 41- Seventh StepUtter Corruption Spld themselves to do evil vs 17 Study Itom 12122 In connection with these seven steps in sin The taco of the Lord is against them that do evil God Is a Spirit and yet the Holy Spirit in speaking of God to men uses terms that are comprehen live and Intelligent to the human mind The face against one means opposition censure condemnation Evil cannot abide In Gods presence any more than darkness In the pure light of the sun The evil doer the selflorer instead of the lover of God Is a rebel against God and the Lords face Is gainst him Item 24 Out Jesus blood cleanses from all sin and turns the face of God in mercy towards the aluaer lUad all of 1 Peter 312 DR WILEY VS TOBACCO Results of Bis InveaUgaUonotFood- Containing Borax Have Their Bearing on Other Poisons Dr Wiley of the United States agri cultural department a chemist and scientist of worldwide reputation hoe de voted much attention during the past twoyears to the effects of borax upon the humVm organism lie found that half a grain administered dally for Bom weeks was sufficient to produce quite decidedly Injurious effects us manifested by loss of appetite distress In the stomach fullness In the head and gen crab discomfort Ho also found that a dose of halt a gram or about seven and a half grains was capable of producing almost Immediately decidedly unpleasant effects Comparison of results ob tained with largo doses and small doses and careful consideration of the whole question led Prof Riley tit the conclu idea that substances which are not net ural to the body nor necessary in foodstuffs and which exercise a marked In jurious effect when used In large quan tities for short periods of time would have a tendency to produce nn Injurious effect when used In small quantities for a long time This principle which Prof Wylie so clearly announces Is so evident that it needs no argument to sustain It A poi son is a poison whether In large doses or In small When administered In large doses the poisonous effects are at once manifest but If administered In small doves the effects are not Immediately ap parent but being cumulative make themselves manifest at some later peri od while small dotes used during a long period produce degenerative changes the result of which may even be more serious than those which might bo produced by the occasional adminis tratlon of large doses even though the latter might be attended by much great er pain and Inconvenience than the for mer While Prof Wiley does not make the application says loot Health It Is clear enough that the principle which he any ocMincefl In relation to borax Is equally ippllcoule to the use of tobacco alJholI and nil other poisons even to the use of various drugs such as strychnin mer cur potassium Iodide and various cooltar products used as hypnotic and for other purpose Tho first pipe or cigar which the lay smokes makes him very tick A sumehmtly large duN of tobacco would riche any man sick even oven tboacii M zany have Melt long ac eustowHd to the use ef the weed Tkw faeu offer sufflcltl vvldeace without the ntretwlty of bringing forward other proof that tobacco is a polso and that It cannot be used even IB mall doM for a considerable length of time without damaging the body TIle name pried pies apply of course to the use of alco holic liquors In every form and In all dote Light winos used regularly are as certain to produce in time evil results as socalled young whisky or bad whisky used at longer Intervals OIL TOWN WITHOUT SALOON Place Where Burglars Are Unknown for It Is Light All the Night Long Chanute Is a taloonieis boom town Kansas has a way of springing cur prises on the casual comer and this ono of them Scattered through half a dozen counties are 15 or 20 towns In which nothing but oil Is talked of Chanute Is the center of the district and Is proud of the fact Along with the oil of course Is natural gas and the waste which has caused much anguish In the Indiana fields Is going on here at a tremendous rate At night the streets and stores are ablaze with light Tho show windows and Interiors of every Place ofbuslnou are Illuminated all night long and in candescent electric light burn In clusters on every corner The town hall Is lighted Inside and out and the stained glass windows of the churches allow In all their brilliant colors The whole effect Is that of a gala celebration that never ends- Burglars arc unknown In Chanute Hesldunts say that is because there Is antIflee hire of watchmen and policemen rho city owns the gas and electric plants InIbut by nightfall the Kansans have ex bapsted their Interest and by D3U oclock everybody Is In bed Halt an hour later there Is no one about the hotel lobbies and there Is nothing do ing anywhere Without saloons there is no rowdiness There are no dance halls no vaudeville houses An 118000 theater In which good plays are pro duced each winter is the only relaxation N Y Sun Alcohol and Marksmanship To test the effect of alcohol upon markmanshlp a whops Swiss battalion was been practiced 1 after total ab Btlnonce 2 after drinking the previous evening 3 after drinking the same dayIn moderation and 4 nftern heavy bout of drinking on the day of practice Tho result has been held to prove stlm iilnntf good for short distances and harmful fur long ranges Uroad Arrow The fish that will nibble Is sure lo pet caught and the boy that will tip pie will end as a sot United Presbyte rian THE DRUNKEN CHAUFFEUR Whisky and the Automobile Make A Combination That Is Dangerous Occupants as Well as Public Tho drunken chauffeur adds a new terror to life The automobile In thu hands of a sober chauffeur Is bad enough It has Increased tho peril or the streets made tho pleasure of tint log horses a pain disturbed tho serenity J of the countryside and added greatly to the annual total of deaths by accident What a drunken chauffeur can do when directing one of these monsters carrying Its toll limit of human freight may be gathered from the fate of the lively company of eight which Chauf feet Noyea gathered up In the Ilronx New York to land them all In the morgue or the hospital It was a roadhouse party stopping frequently for n fresh round of drinks The whole company were soon drunk and tho chief Idea of the chauffeur was to get as much speed out of his machine as possible That Is an ambition familiar to us In the case of drunken men with hor H It drunken roisterers will drop horses for automobiles thorn muchabused animate ought In gratitude to stop shying at them A drunken mans horse Is A pitiable object which ought to run away but Is generally too weary to do any thing but accept abuse In shrinking pa tlcnro An automobile on the other hand knows no weariness In a drunken mans hands It may bo as dan gerous as dynamite It an automobile In drunken charpi were dangerous only to those who en trust themselves to such keeping the evil might be left with some Justice to cure Itself But the great peril to others In an automobile managed or mlirann aged by a man erased with liquor is MI obvious and awful as to demand special regulation Anyone who attempts to manage an automobile while under the Influence of liquor should bo treated na a criminal and punished summarily Selling liquor to one who Is operating or about to operate an automobile shoald be severely regulated Those road en glnes are terrible enough In the most skillful hands To allow men trued or stupefied by liquor to convert them Into tArs of juggernaut Is Intolerable apartfordrastic ledsiatloePhiladelphia PntM TEMPERANCE IN HIS WILL None of James Callahan Mllltona to Go to Users ef Liquors or Drug Jamec Cnllahan of Drs Molaw wilt paid more taxes Ulan any ether eve lown men dtofxiswtf of fMMMt In hta will in suck a way that no trerof ll tormorphine or any otter dreg turn bode fit from His wraith lit any way Air Ollaban preached the evils of intstperam for tsre Mvr years M4 Uo and be preached them In big will ajsu In addition lo direct bequecu fur M cause of trmswranr Mr CnJUaan dis posed of nearly CIICII tba to hU rela tlvtr Post of them New Yorkers IB suck a way that none of theta who bras liquor ran touch a cut of It Me made a bwjucwt of 110000 Ui tMDd- home for drunkard wives and to provide for the families of drunkard but be provided especially that not VM cent of the mosey should be used to benefit the users of liquor or the drunk en husband A ISOOM bequest for Ue Home for the Aged was protected wayMykit will that If a person will spend kin money In the use of such filthy and tuae less drugs MI that he has not enough left to support him In his old age he mUtt suffer the consequences The bequest Is made on tko further condition that the Home for tho Agwd shall pass within six months an amendment to the articles of Incorpora lion not to knowingly admit any pee son to tho home who for the pant tra years prior to the time of his applica lion for admission hna been or Is lathe habit of using morphine or any other drug or drinking habitually or to excess any Intoxicating liquor or drinks and on tho further condition never to allow such persons within the lutUn llon FACT AND COMMENT 1 Thirtyfive saloons have been refused lo nsM at rfewMQ in Ute Klondike Agitation him bees and mlIe the price of victory and UH value ot cease tees activity cannot be uwMtlmaUHl National AdocattiThe average saloon le an evil place There Is no doubt about that U takes the brood out of the mouths of ninny wives and children nail compile them to live under conditions unfit for human being Duluth Herald About 37500 has been subscribed fcy friends of the United Kingdom Hand at Hops Union toward a new fund of JM 000 required to renew for the noxt live years the unions scientific temporane 0 lecture system among the elementary schools of the country 6 Royal Teetotaler Angeles5theof Poland the great warrior and stated man of that country a veteran of the civil war Is an Implacable foe to liquor and spends most of Ills time In temper ance work Col Sonleflhl won his mill tary tltlo In the civil war niter whlahIho studied law and was admitted In ho bar In 1808 he was a member of the Minnesota legislature lAter he tooktup the prohibition emit in which he has labored over since The Usual Result whlftkJudGe7No replied the judge hilt I tried a man today who badYonkereStatesman 9 4 COLD STORAGE ON FARM t Suggestions for the Construction of aa Underground House Where Frost Cannot Reache Whatever may be Ite disadvantages the farm cellar li about the only place on the term where a temperature abaTe freezing can be maintained throughout the winter and aa the pit cannot or at leut should not be disturbed during the winter ve may expect the cellar to be the chief ntoring place for apples for winter consumption for some years to comeThe dugout or cave so much used In the went both for storing all kinds of vegetables butter and fruits and an a refuge from windstorms may come der the closed cellar or under ventilated STOlttAstorage depending upon how they a built and entllateO Some of them are i not ventilated at all and the hetcrogcn e prVu Jucplng of fruit aprcooling Is used Homo mortification of tho plan Is adopted by all large apple growers usually In connection with their packing pluaU r The dugout intratloncd above It prop erly constructed and attended to when in use Is a cheap sad nuecoNful method of slurlng small quantities of applea It ts made by digging Into a side bill to that only the entrance end Is out of tbeI Wound BoraetlRiM the walls arc wn taroetlniM cemented rough board ed on study or left bare Hough bean aro laid acroM Ulan which boards on bresh are put and dirt shoveled on or tho cave may be arched with brick Mono or cement Tho dugout should be well ventilated Per thta purpose there should be a slid fog door and a large UNO extending up through the roof at the opposite end 1Nt a valve In this flue and open It and the sash on oool nights In the fall c10i lag them when warmer Adjust winter ventilation to the temperature end dan tel of freezing Uy Increasing tho adze and complexity of the dugout and adding more appli ances for ventilation we have what trailed hillside storage Fig i shows storagehouseway Is parallel with the hill to sava labor In excavating The height may be six feet In the clear or more If desired Cedar pouts are set at the sides with a shoulder cut at the top to receive tho s 210 Joists which are spiked to them thoitfirm The ceiling will last longer and the cellar be of more even temperature If the spaces between tho posts and the joists are filled with sawdust Cold fresh air Is supplied by a row of tile Inlets on the downhill side and tho warm air removed by a row of ventilat tbfllnfone which extends several feet under the soil for a hundred feet or more rood ventilation can be secured In tho coldest weather as the soil will moder Incomingr7 Incubatorr Pa ban taken a contract to furnish n Now York millinery manufacturer with crows heads at 25 cents apiece It costs something to get a dead crow Alive It Is an elusive bird and atnnitt nltlon Is expensive but Billings Is an enterprising speculator He has set up a chicken Incubator In which Is placed as fast aa laid the eggs of about 100 hen crows that have been trapped and confined with perhaps a dozen cock crows Within 16 days the little crew tures are hatched nnd a fortnight later they are ready to be beheaded It Is understood that the head of a crow chick Is worth just as much as an adult of the camo species At the nut form rate of four for a dollar dead they will pay the producer Billings has tho only crow hatchery In the world Frozen Milk In Denmark The milk supply of Copenhagen Denmark Is shipped to the city lit frozen condition It Is filtered ar It pasteurfffrozen by the brine process It Is shipped to tho city by train In Insulat Al ed chambers On arrival It U stored It In case and thawed out as needed It is declared tho taste flavor nnd other qualities are unimpaired and that the milk eo Irenttd can bo kept sweet and l fresh for any reasonable time Amer lean Cultivator Better to mourn folly than to have lolly mourn you ABOUT SILAGE MILK Prejudice Against Product of Sllsg Fed Cows In Declared to Be Unjustifiable A writer In Health Culture IIIpose- of the question of feeding dairy cow as follows She should be kept In a very stable and be well groomed hav plenty of light fresh air all the time exercise at the risk of less produc lion pure water and pure food free from brewers waste distillery refuse and alcoholic ensilage These fcr mented foods permeate her flesh and glue an odor and taste to her prod urea and the odors arising from these foods poison tho atmosphere she breathes In fact she la an Inebriate and reflect produce normal milk on such abnormal food So Important I this matter that the condensing fac tories refuse to use milk from cow s fed upon these tormented foods u It will not keep when condensed and canned Such milk souse more quickly and Is not fit for Infants Indeed it makes them sick and dairymen will not feed their own children with It and will furnish milks for infants It requested It is true says Prairie Farmer that some misguided officials of certain milk condensing factories have ob jected to receiving milk from cows ted upon ensilage but this prejudice bos been demonstrated to be entirely without foundation There are other condensing factories that use ensil agemade milk right along and havo no trouble with It A few years ago we ran across a checio factory in southern Wisconsin duetbcvAtise the cows had been fed ensil age the winter before This almpl- re Illustrates the ridiculous extremes to which such things are often tarried The cheese factory had experienced some difficulty In the manufacture o Its cheese and not being able to dls stcover the cause bad loaded the blame on to the sllago although none had been fed for weeks Such attempts as the stave on the part of Ignorant persons to discredit with consumers the milk made tram ensilage Is a great Injustice to the producer as It tends to debar him from tho use of one of the best forms of teed for milk production It has been amply demonstrated that good ensilage properly fed Imparts rio In Jurlous effect to the milk Silage la one of the most healthful foods that ran be used during tho winter wbe otherwise the cow would be on dry feed and there is no question but that the most healthy row will glue the moot healthful milk THE LOAD AND THE ROAD Graphic Illustration of the Relation or the One to the Other as Die played at Worlds Fair The accompanying picture made Iron a worlds fair exhibit Illustrating Importance of good roads and Itr thoI HO A 03 AND LOANS shows the comparative loads that can be drawn by one horse on different roadways A USE FOR THE LEAVES They Should 11iUp and Used in the Hen House to Keep It Warm One of the best method of making the poultryhouse warm lit winter at a small cost Is to keep the floor well JIt- tered When the lloor of a poultry house Is covered to the depth of from two to six Inches with litter such an dirt cut straw refuse hay or leaves there Is not only a protection loss of heat and tho prevention of col current from below but the drafts air which flow across the near are pre vented The additional comfort of the poultryhouse by the use of such Utter will be appreciated by the hens They will be more nqtlve and will also keep workinginthelltlera tention to keeping the floor of the poul tryhouse cleat than they do to tho food as no amount of food will enable tho hens to lay If they arc not kept worm and busy while If warm they will sometimes lay won if the food Is only of ttie ordinary kind Utter is cheap and there Is no reason fur neglecting Its ure- A strawcutter should be kept not only to cut straw fur Utter but also to cut clover for the fowls If the straw is cut In lengths of about six Inches It is all that Is required but leaves are tuperlor to any other material Farm y2d Fireside INVENTION AND INDUITJIY An English inventor shim to hue found a process of making flannelette garments noninflammable and at the same time antiseptic Charles Boese Inventor of a new lasart has established a studio In Rome hoeesays Rappel by which the smoke of war IromIIimported Into the United States last manuImanIThe marquis de Dioa has designed a 1new submarine of 100 tons displacement to carry a crew of five and driven by a motor of 200 horse power A model of the invention has bten presented to tho French minister of marineWorden C Smith of Milwaukee has devised a submarine cage for diving purposes which Is said to be more satisfactory than any yet Invented By means of a telephone ho communicates from the bottom of the sea to tho boat from which he has been cast The preparation of artificial butter flies mainly consists In spreading with a camels hair brush very thin muci lage or paste over the wings of or dinary butterflies and then sprinkling over this certain delicate metallic pow ders of various colors By this proc ess a very common butterfly can Ie transformed Into one that Is extreme ly rare The fraud came to light says the Liverpool Post through an alleged specimen of a red admiral the fly so andfA apparatus for destroying sects and larvae upon the ground InI been presented to the Odessa nical society by M Lokuzejewskl A horse or motor wagon carries a small dynamo which Is geared to the axle and Is connected with an Induction roll with a Wcbnelt Interrupter The neg ative pole of the mil Is connected with the Iron framework to the earth while the positive pole at high tension charges a series of metallic brooms behind and under tho wagon These brooms movable vertically emit a large shower of sparks and any sects within range are killed LEARNED OF LITTERATEURS nJ W Muffly of Dos Molnes has written a history of tho One Hundred and Fortyeighth Pennsylvania volun tram He was adjutant of the regl ment Henri Morou French consul In Chi cago who Is at present In Paris has just published in that city the neat volume of French poetry with Chi cote as IU theme Dr Hoary C Rowland the author has located for the winter on a llltta tract of land about two miles across Hampton Hoods from Old Point Com fort His only means of communica tlon Is by boat Hugo Csargo Hungarian poet has published some of the notebooks of the late Maurus Jokal This laconic sketch for a story reads A bog swallows package dynamite Insults donkey donkey kicks hog explodes It Is authoritatively stated In Berlin that the reasons which Induced the late Prince Herbert Bismarck to defer the publication of the third volume of his fathers memoirs stilt obtain and that this volume which deals chiefly with quite modern history will not be published until after the death of the present emperor MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Dec 3 CATTLE Common S2 50 3 85 Heavy steers 5 00 4i 5 50 CALVES Extra 4 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 4 i 4 C5 Mixed packers 4 t1 4 SHBBI Kxtra 4 00 4 10 IMUSII2xtra 575 Q 00 FLOUR Spring pat 10 35 WHEAT No 2 red 1 16 8 1 18 No 3 winter 1 11 Vi CORNNo 2 mixed Q L2 No2 whlto A C 46 OATS No 2 mlxuor 32- YIYENo2 S2 84 A1Ch timothy 713 75 IOHK Clear muss 13 00 LAUD Stoam 7 12 7 25 11UTTEK Ch dairy 8 16 Choice creamery 27 APPLES Choice 2 80 ij 3 00- iOTATDESPer bbl 1 1 65 TOHACCO New 5 25 t1D12 25 Old 4 75 CI14 50 Chicago FLOUR Winter put 5 10 liP 530 WHEAT No 2 rod 1 12 14 ftp 13i No 3 red 03 1 12 COUN No 2 mixed P 47 OATS No 2 mixed IlYE No 2 8 74 55tKIOUR Win sfrta 5 25 fit 5 45 WHEAT No 2 red 204- COKNVNo 2 mixed fj C4 OATSNo 2 mixed 341n4D 35 v rOHK Family 15 00 QD15 50 LARD Steam fi 7 30 Baltimore v CATTLE Steers 3 75 p 4 G- OSHEiPNo 1 fat 3 50 d 4 00 LAMBSChoice C 75 25 CALVESChulce 8 9 00 HOGS Dressed GOD CCO- Loulnvlllc WHEAT No 2 red 1 COHN No 2 mixed 0 67 OATS No 2 mixed ID 33t LARD Stcnm fD 7 75 LARD Steam O 7 00 Indlanapolla WHEAT No 2 red 01 1- 8COHNNo2 mixed O 73 OATSNo 2 mixed V 33tt Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and tine FINE Invite you to drive both for pleasure cud pro l1t Does your Harness look u well as rest of your turnout or ii it shabby sod thus detract from the appearanceIf way out of it Select a new sot of Buggy or Carriage Har ness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old har ness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky J A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very expen siva Occasionally life itself is price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspopsia Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at East End Drug Co TOMBSTONESand Owing to poor h alth I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb atones and Monuments which I willeollat greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call 1for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky MONUMENTS Yeas Mdstanu Statuary CrcnlU and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at yea onable prices and with dispatch AUwork guar soloed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky mIr MID and Coltlni Simla L h Bowaro of Counterfeits DeWitta iathe only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend it to be the best Slave on the market Evory family should keep it as it is an in valuablo household remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Ysays 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 yeArs Finally I was persuaded to try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured me It is a wonderful relief DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaving a scar Sold by East End Drug Co nnnTo Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the moat complete and up to date in this part of the s 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 mall or express will have prompt attention and Charge paid one way- S G FRANKLIN lit Vernon Ky RMTMINCC Bonk of M l Veipoi II Berea College 1866 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 29 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young mea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy Course Four years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaur ate degrees MusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian 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 maybebroughtwithinof 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opebs September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christiana Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations FOR INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TBZ SECRETARY WILL C OAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky T Madison County Roller Mills 1IIoIlo1tfe11 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 FlourI1101111011 Potts Duerson Vhltci Sutloo Ky I KodeiDYSPEPSIA u n CURE EAT tells fcr 50 cents cr CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1904 Colic North Train t Dully Leave Brea 3 48 am Arrive Richmond 4 12 a m Arrive Paris 5 28 a m Arrive Ciucinnati7 50 a m Golnc North = Hi A Train 0 Dally Leave Beiea 12 55 p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 pm doing South Train Dully Leave BereaI 11 ptu Arrive Livingston 2 05 p m Going South Train S Dally Leave Berea 1124 p m Arrive Livingston12 30 a m Train Xol and No 5 make con nection at Livitilrstm for Jellico end the South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON jt Dentist rs Office to tat hich ugleeRichmond Kyl A Frightened Horso Running like mad down the sheet dumping the occupants or a hundred accidents are every day occurrences It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve handy and theres none as good as Bucklena Arnica Salve Burns Cute Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect a East End Drug Co h No Moro Suffering If you are troubled with indigestion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure youGoosays Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recom mendel ana a few bottles of it and it h the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Have doctored with local physician 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 In digestion or Dyspepsia should use it End Drug Co rWHY NOT GO FARTHERWhen Worlds Fair joure half way The SoulhvrestU limting The crops are goo l cond itton suit prospects were never more favorable Indian Territory Oklhoma and Texas are in ueet upportututlexfarRates are low Roundtrip tickets on StiouisAuguttCand23andit I FAST TRAINS Sh Louis to Texas Kmtr Kulr UilOnuiThe at8I3S Founded kMYeatoa150o II ILaT SMOKELESSiLAMPWICK Whybeau let a SMOUltSS Wick No buck chimneys No bad odors Makes a brlf hter Ilikt and a cicuer r3 lamp They save tlm aDd DlODy du wlta Iaco4 sad r 55 51 lIfu eta N r Hooa1r rote Ilkol IW1 Solar ushl Co Dept A sprlnSnl4 ttsr K asi cl1stshss- r FTHECITIZEN IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIln Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HMrHMMMI 1 1 II I 111111 I IH II II 1 11 II 1 I C M ItnwlingR of Panola was in town Tuesday Dr llublxjll returned yeRtordn front St LOUIH Mrs L 0 Lester returned froi Corhin Monday Mr and Mrs Sam Mason were in I liidimond Saturday IJaymond Oslwrno niul Judge Wheoler expect to arrive about Dec 22 Mr and Mrs J W Stephen spout the latter part of the week in CincinnatiMrs E Welch Jr left Tuesday for Florida where she will spent the winter t Mr Ernest Bell of Corbin spent Monday and Tuesday with Mr and Mrs L 0 Lester Mrs Chas Boggs and son Louis of Ajexis Ill aro guests of her fiifcto Mrs W C Gamble Mrs Laura Jones has begun building u dwelling house on the lot hOe yond the Baptist church Rev Isaac Messier of Ghent NY visited the Institution and spoke in Chapel Wednesday morning Miss A E Enochs of Xcnia Ohio entered school this week and will work in the Treasurers office S R Baker will be home Dec It or 20 to stay two weeks He will help Dr Jones with his dental work Judge Coyle and family started Tuesday for Leeshurg Ifla He will run his hotel lopnted there this winterWalter Washbuni is expected about the 15th Mr Washburn has been on a cotton plantation in I Mississippi Clayton Townsend writes that he has been teaching at St Helens Ky- in Lee county and that ho hopes to return in February Mrs Cope and family of Malden moved to Berea the past week and wilLoccupy Mt Vernon CottageNo U Her sons W A and J A Cope and daughter Camilla will enter schoolPres Frost has procured a fine new organ for the colored Sunday school The school is well attended Mr Ralston Supt supported by Mrs Dizney Mrs Frost Mr Dickand other popular teachers The long drouth was partially broken the first part of the week The weather became colder Monday afternoon and the rain freezing as it fell coated trees and shrubbery with ice which under Tuesdays sun af forded us a glorious sight The Y M C A convention at- Danville jvas well represented from Berea Sixteen young man drove E over in two rigs Friday returning Monday p M It might have been u little cold and rainy on the road there but the boys say the time they t spent in Danville was a rousing one l Tuesday night the Y M C A of Richmond tendered a banquet to about ninety of the business men of Madison county Those who attend ed from Berea were Messrs Osborne Mason Marsh Cartmell Hamilton Gamble Rumold and C I Ogg A fine menu Vas served after which toasts were callixl for by Toastmaster Turley Prof Mason represented Berea well in response to the toast I Tho Influence of the Y M C A in College Life The object of the gathering was tho totter acquaintance between Richmond Y M C A and the rest of the county i Harold Hunting Ordained Rev Harold Hunting was ordained in Plymouth Church Minneapolis Tuesday evening November 15 Mr Hunting haii been acting as assistant pastor since last June President Sallniou of Carleton Col lege acted as moderator Mr Hunt ing read a paper which was followed by an extended oralexamination The vote to approve was unanimous and hearty The sermon was preached by Rev William E Barton who received ordination at the hands of Mr Huntings father Prof Bruce S Hunting of Berea Ky Other parts by Rev Geo U Merrill Roc Charles E Merton and Dr L H Hallock Ad ca nee HIGH REGARD Whit HIs ColUgo Friends Thousht of John Burdatte Very seldom docs tho death of a student comparativelymikown to the titudunt body cause such u sorrow as did tho death of John W Burdette Memorial exercises were held by the Y M C A on Sunday There wero short talks by President Snyder Mr Hurst Mr Mooro Mr and MAT FiSk I Mr Hurst spoke of the manlines of his character his cheerful disposition awl his interest in the Christine work of the Y M C A He suit U1lr Burdette though always busy was ever ready to listen to any worth from his fellow students With ull those who knew him well ho has lef an impression of n true life that will remain with us throughout our lives Mr Brainard a classmate told or Mr Burdettes sincerity nudhonest in his work and of his deep sympathy with his fellows Mr Fisk spoke of his fairness on tho athletic field where ho had knows Mr Burdetto through a daily contact He said Every action I have noted in Mr Burdette has marked him as a true athlete and a gentleman lit was always fair and always played honestly But the greatest pleasure I have in his memory comes from the fact that above these other manly qualities he had a firm trust in God Mr Moore who had become ac quainter with Mr Bunlette in the Columbian Literary Society spoke very impressively of him in his society work and the friendship that had sprung up during the short ac quaintance Among other things Mr Moore mentioned his unselfishness saying He would rather die alone than cause his family the pain of seeing him pass from this world President Snyder spoke briefly of the Christian courage exhibited by Mr Burdette during his last hours anti of tho faith and calm resignation of the family No one couldwitness such a scene he said and resist the conclusion that it paid to be a Christian Subscribe for THE CITIZEN the lest paper in Eastern Kentucky CHRISTMAS GAMES How t Amuse the Children During the Holidays Christmas Any pane for the chll slreiiHire aHnecttwaryaa uplumpud ding anti the following will please them und art welcome to ninny grown ups says the Chicago Tribune Santa Claus laekAII form In line and march to n lively ntrnln on the piano to the next room where a table holds the contents of Santa Claus Puck They look at every object on the table lilt then march back The company nun divides In halt onehalf leaving the room the table and Its contents having been covered Those remaining choose sonic object which they remember swing the piano begins to pluy again and the thorn return The leader gives to the returning party II word which rhymes with the object chosen Thiw If It was a ball he might mention the word hall The returning party sow proceed to guess what object tins been hosen rind they express their guess by acting In Intomime They do not nil suggest the bject In the saute way but each ac online to his Individual fancy but they must all agree upon the object They will guess If wrong they go out for another trial and BO on until guessed when the other half of the company goes out and they remain mil select the object for the others to guess Hiding the MIstletoeAll torn in line single nil sad march about the room or several rooms until the music tops They then proceed to hunt the nls tie toe which the leader carried In- bill hand slid concealed somewhere luring the march The Under must effect return to the starting point with out being touched by the leader Santa Claus Sleigh Six girls are harnessed to n little sleight or sled sad the white ribbon reins are held by a seventh The Hied is filled with imill parcels In colored papers con atnlng Christmas crackers or any rifles as favors The party goes round the room several times dispensing the avors to the young men who proceed to select partners and dance until a Ignal from the leader calls nil to narch around the room and back to heir pInceRISnowhnllA large white ball of Na me paper In suspended well out of the any of brie e brna The young girls nke turns at shooting at this ball with a small rubber ball When hit with utflclent force it breaks and out falls n shower of smaller white balls per laps popcorn balls which are gathered and presened as favors for the next narch or dunce As there should be only about halt as many balls as there are couples dicing this will cause a scramble among the small boys who father them up ant who for fair deal tig should be kept behind n certain line until the ball receives the shot hat bursts It low to Make a Friendship Calendar I The friendship pad calendar Is espe tally nice to give elderly people or tho shut In on Christmas Either fifty two or 305 squares of brlxtol board 2Mi by 3y2Inches distributed to friends of ho Intended recipient to write u men sage signed with that friends name and date are taken to the printer who cots tho consecutive dates ou In red Ilik and gums tho slips Into n paiL whIch run then be mounted on u deco sled board or put Into a leather cue to aloud on the table u = = 7 C VNo m Double ArrnillF Word of uneiunl length 1 Found In a blacksmiths shop 2 Three together 3 A large wading bird 4 A precious stone 3 A Hu man emperor 0 A planet 1rimats spell a city In Greece iliwls spell n city In Knglnnd Po 300 Hidden Name Find H name suggested by the pic tureNew York Herald Xo ROT umvrlrat Cnlciun I alii composed of fourteen letters 11311 12 U Is nu instrument for writ lag My 14 a 13 10 U n slight coloring My 11 7 0 is a cloth for cleaujnt flours My 3 4 1 Is sorrowful My 2 Is a personal pronoun My whole Is a detent of expectation Xo 308 Charade I told you the things occurred ONE TWO ONE TWO can be 1 saw the educated bird OXE TWO ONE you see lie did each trick at the command With almost human itkltl Manipulating ai a hand file ready claw or bill No 3UD Triple Beheadings 1 Triply behead to reiterate and have to corrode 2 Triply behead a city In New Hampshire and have to pile up for measurement 3 Triply behead food for horses or cattle unit have num ber of yeas 4 Triply behead to scorch by the sun and have to be on tire 5 Triply behead n city In India and have an inlet of the sea 0 Triply behead to dismay and have whole T Triply behead border and have a machete 8 Triply behead an aromatic plant and Its seed and have at a dill tance ilo 4OO Ioiltlrrs and Co m para tire When he begun his I made my horse I saw her and saw she had lost her There was such a I could not eat my Xo 4O1 Anacrani Verse Three well known author At the words of this leer all KEN noic up higher This wrote of life love STEM AND leaf bud and brier Oer tome poet WE LOLL but never oer thl And who ever wished a more ASCII LID than hid t Xo 402 Ornithological Acrostic A large and stately bird with long legs 1 A crested bird of bright plumage welch Is often kept In captivity and has a loud and piercing cry 2 A black bird which builds In high trees and lives In a sort of colony 3 A very large sea bird with wings of wide extent It plays an Important part in a celebrated pucui 4 A bird which rests In the day and comes out at twilight to catch Insects It males a peculiar grating noise 5 A water bird which furnishes a soft and beautiful down Wo 403A Buy Bee Paitlne B and three letters forming a drink B and three letters terming was B and three letters forming a vege bleT B and live letters forming previous tot B and four letters forming to com mence B and six letters forming to betray- B and tour letters forming a pith erasIt and three letters forming the side ot a stream Key to the Pnnler No 380 Additions Pant pantry Infant Infantry Vest vestry Past pastry Live livery Surge surgery Do dory Hoaa rosary Cur curly lelt peltry Sent sentry No 387 Presidential Anagrams 1 Washington 2 Lincoln 3 Grant 4 Roosevelt 5 McKinley No 388 Syncopations Clean clan Marsh mash Fibre fire No 380 Beheaded Rhymes Bridge ridge Bred bright red right Bill UI No 300 Double Diagonal IW AY e a t N G4 THllfltiNoI PARTNEICIC CIoANlfl all cHARADE- 8CAYAlolaR2 a No 391 Geographical Puzzle Oak wOOd Kxiuoutli No 3UiWord Square 1 Polka 2 Orion 3 Utre 4 Koran o Aneut No 303 Abbreviations Jaultor Febrile Marmalade Apricot May innuUc Junoesiiue Jullennu Aug uented KiptlclJe Octoropu Nov el DecidtHl No 3SM Word Runt Pranklucease Frl udly es rt t 13 R AN D- Holiday t Openingr SATURDAY DEC IO AT THEtEAST END DRUG COMPANY We will open our doors next Saturday upon the largest and hest assortment t of Holiday Goods ever shown in Berea Our store is to be headquarters for Santa Claus Toilet Articles Soaps Perfumery Albums Bibles Manicure Sets Shaving Sets Glove Boxes Handkerchief Boxes Toilet Sets Comb and Brush Sets Dolls Bisque and China Juvenile Books Games and Toys of all kinds Lowneys and Shraffs finest Candies for Xmas in packages oJ J s fc oJ jt j+ J1o 1 Visit our store on the opening day and see the great display and receive an + appropriate Souvenir of the occasion Our selections for the Xmas trade have boon f 1passedDont Fail to Come and Get Your Choice First II t IH C WOOLF Proprietor + + ++ + + +4 + Qtrrrrrrrrrtrrrrrrrrv rrrrgrrrrrrrrrrrdrdrrrrrrrrerr 1- 0fMcCLURES cts a copy S1oo a year 1s faa is flu cleanest most im Amagazine for tho fatally says out of the million who r trlntlit every month Jt k without iUCNtion Y 11 i The Best at any Price i o t Great features nfl promised for next yearsix or s tmore wliolesonw interesting short stories in ovary 1 coiitiniie lntorie iKautifiil pictiireH in colors t1II111urticltfl by such famous writers its Id11iITarlxllrA Lincoln Stuffutui Ray Htannard Ilakcr John UiKargu s William Allen White nnd Charles WiipHr Gut nil of it right into your hones by taking advantage of this r Special OfferC100 lxfon JnuUllr HI HK5 for n Htihscription for saAddress McCLUUES tS111 East 23d Strttt Now York City a Write for agenlH terms o itililililit AwAilaAilt4ilAAA iO O AiIAAilililAilAi1 AAAARAASIRAii1Q Humor and Philosophy By DUNCAN M SMITH Copyright 1M by Duncan M Smith BURIED TALENTS It I but had the price I know Ill IK a howling swell A brilliant connolurur and show Just how- to do things well To get the most enjoyment from the things of every day Youd only need Inquire of me to learn the latest way Im quick upon Invention and I know n thing or two I like a front seat always and an unobstructed view Im cure I could design a lot of molt itmunlng things lied I tho Inspiration that n half a lull lion brings Id have no hallway doings and the plans I would evolve Should curried out completely be I would the problem solve Of universal happiness an earthly para dlse Im sure that I could do It If I only had the price It very seldom happens though that he whos best endowed With sense enough to make things hum Is by stern fate allowed To have the necessary funds to simply have the price And so the things that I can do you see dont cut much Ice Getting Started Right In going on a Journey till most Im portant thong lx to get started right Huppone the boat leaves nt 10110 Tim limn who tomes otrolllnt along at 1045 In apt to nilHH Nellie of tint chicken lunch that thin picnic party him alone iinles they throw a chunk back to j him and then the chances are that hi will not catch It Hut there IN one detail more Impor that tlmn being on time The man who In hurrying down to catch the boat or the train should be extremely careful about being run over by a trolley car There U nothing like an accident of this sort to mar n days pleasure Fent- hought the man can still so It Is very awkward to play drop the handker chief with one leg mlgflluff stud he must hero considerable money If he can make an Impression on a girl when lit hits three teeth gone Whatever else you may do always tike a good dose of nntlHtrect car accident microbe before starting out on a pleasure trip Greater Joy We hear of the joy of labor As though It alono were blessed Although Its one give me fur mine Tim joof taking a rut Doesnt Work Both Ways Young man youre lute this morn Eng This will never do Hut I overslept myself heave you no ulunn clock You told me yesterday that no man could make u success by watching the clockJ S McGuire IIlt all tines thoroughly prepared to deal with eye trouble Your eyes examined by the very best and latent optical instruments His work gives patisfaction for prink on all his work are right f vtiRCH rootlet within a few days alter taking the order If you have any tided of vision it will lay your to look over his stock and receive correct trcrdme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky Mothors Bo Careful r Of the health of your children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop thorn in time Ono Minute Cough Cure is tho least remwly Harmless and pleasant Sold by East End Drug Co CoalAt bin near depot 12c to 13c Dolivorod for 134c to 14c Phone lt- fiChas L Hanson Having purchased the com pleto retail stock of New Furniture from S E Welch yon will hereafter flat the BEREA FURNITURE STORE with a complete lino of both new and second hand turn 1Callconvinced of tho above is tea price of ndminaion Phono 2C R H Chrisman Opposite Welchs BeroaKy I I THE PRESIDENT TO CONGRESS Itt Roosevelt Sends His Annual Message to Lawmakers MANY IMPORTANT SUBJECTS Sees CL Pressing Need for Labor and Trust Log islation NO WORD ABOUT TARIFF Leave the Subject for a Special Mec age Which lie Promise at a Later Dat at im Good IIrorn Ihr Work uf Ilir Aitrlrl ural Drimrluienl Oulllup our Itelnllone with or- In Cunnlrlr nJ with the IMill IJIPturiVrjes tired of Adequate 7iiI Purer Uimmnlrv uf Irnce and Ak for llrrlilon nf liunit Ifrnllon Lam Wftihltigton mc 6 President ItooKcvclt annual mesnago to con grow makes some 18000 words ID ac cordance with established custom con Idfrable jpaco Is devoted to areU- DlII of the year In the administrative department of the government but much of the message Is given up to a discussion of those subject which are natderma legislation needed It Is this portion of the message which we give below nrprrlnatinworthy prosperity Such prosperity U of rrlmCrilr due to the tilth Individ U4l average ot our citizenship taken to rlticr with our great natural resources out an Important fetor therein Is the working of our longcontinued govern mental policies The people hve em oftheand their dar that these principle bo upt tubitantlally unchanged although PllittoCaution Against Extravagance The enlargement of scope of the tune tnj ot the national government required or rur de tlopmtnt e a nation Involve of ours Inereae of cipeni and the i rod of prflljxrUr through which the uprndUuleIGrthan would be wli in hard time Hat tie MIX and fort public buildings and Improved waterway are Inveitmenu whiih should be made when we have tho aZreeand constant ram should bo taken to guard against unnecessary Increase ot governmentTheshould Ue rugulated with the same rigid privatebusireaiCapital and Labor In the Ylut and comiillcated mechanUm of our modern clvlllieit 11ft the dominant note a the note of InJuitrUHim and the relations at capital and labor and es pecially of organised capital and organ pubIiifamllIUwith lie harp dlvlilon of authority be tween the nation and the several state hn been on the whole far more advantageous to our development than a more ItIthe difficulty ot meeting with adequate Preeentc4bytion on this continent during the last i tialfcentury In actual practice It has proved exceedingly difficult and In many CN Impossible to get unanimity of- tee action among the varlou states on- tbuo subjects From the very nature of the iaie this Is eipertally true of the laws affecting the employment of capital In liuse masses With regard to tabor the problem II no less important but It is simpler As long controlSpower clrcumanru- mut be altogether extreme which re quire Interference by the federal author hits whether In the way of safeguard log tho rights of labor or In the way of seeing that wrung not done by unruly persons who shield themirlves be lund the name of labor It there U re stiUneo to the federal courts interfer ence with the mail or Interstate corn merce or molestation of federal proper ty or If the state authorities In some cruis which they are unvblo to face call for help then the federal government may interfere but though such Interfer core may be caused by a condition of things arising out of troublo connected with some question of labor the Interference Itself simply takes the form of re storing order without regard to the quo Von which have caused the breach of primarydutyr lence all other Questions sink Into abey once until order ties been restored In the District of Columbia and In the ter ritories the federal law covers the entire field of government but the labor ques tion Is only acute Ir populous centers of miningNevertbeluaIn the enforcement of law the federal government within Its restricted sphere slioilld set an example to the state goy ernments especially In a matter so vital as this affecting labor I believe that un I der modern Industrial conditions It Is often ncceisary and even where nof necessary It Is yet often wise that there should be organization of labor In order better to secure the rights of the Individ encouragementfion so long as It Is conducted with a due and decent regard for the rights of others There are In this country some labor unions which have habitually and often4ileni upKitingfare should be closest to our hearts Hut when any labor union seeks improper ends or seeks to achieve proper ends by means all good cltlsens and more especially all honorable public serv ants must oppostt the wrongdoing as thetcourse any violence brutality or corrup lion should not for one moment be toler ated Wageworker have an entire right to organise and by all peaceful and honor thlrfelloalion They have a legal right which according to circumstances may or may not be a moral right to refuse to work Jointhllrcircumstances the tight to commit via lence upon those whether capitalists i r upporlthrlrthose with whom they are at odd for mob rule Is Intolerable In any form Emploeri Liability Law entitledagement of the law From the very na torInlanceprofeaIonprovllonforbeen xcalou In enforcing the existing law for this purpose That taw should be amended and strengthened Wherever the national government hat power there lIabllllYlawment Itself where the government II an employer of labor In my mouage to the Fiftyseventh congress at Its second session I urged the passage of an employers liability law for the District of Columbia I now re new that recommendation and further recommend that the congress appoint a commission to make a comprehensive study of employers liability with the view of extending the provision of a great and constitutional law to all em ployments within the scope of federal power Medals of Honor The government has recognised heroism upon the water and bestows medals of honor upon those i eron who by extreme and heroic daring have endangered thelf lives In saving or endeavoring to Ave lives from the perils of the sea In the waters over which the United Htates has Jurisdiction or upon an American vessel This recognition should be ex conspicuousbraveryof life In private employments under the Jurisdiction of the United States and particularly In the land commerce of the nationPrevention of Railroad Accident The everIncreasing casualty list upon our railroads Is a matter of grave public concern and urgently calls for action by the congress In the matter of speed and comfort of railway travel our railroads give at least as good service as those of any other nation and there Is no reason why this service should not also be as safe as human Ingenuity can make It Many of our leading roads have been foremost In the adoption of the most approved safe guard for the protection of travelers and employe yet the Hit of clearly avoidable accidents continues unduly line The passage of a law requiring the adoption of a block signal system has been proposed to the congress earnestly concur In that recommendation and would also point out to the congress the urgent need of legislation In the Interest of the public safety limiting toe hours of labor for rail road employes In train service upon rail toads engaged In Interstate commerce and providing thatonly trained and experienced persons be employed In positions of re sponsibility connected with thll operation of trains Of course nothing can ever prevent accidents caused by human weakness or misconduct and there should be drastic punishment for any railroad em ploye whether oRlrer or man who by issuance of wrong orders or by disobedience of orders causes disaster The law of requiring Interstate railroads to make monthly reports of all accidents to passen gore and employes on duty should also be amended so as to empower the government to make a personal Investigation through proper oRlcer of oil accidents Involving loss of life which seem to require Investiga lion with a requirement that the results of such Investigation be made public The safety appliance law as amended by the act of March 2 has proved bene ficial to railway employes and In order that Us provisions may be properly carried out the force of Inspectors provided for by appropriation should bo largely Increased This service Is analogous to the steamboat Inspection service and deals with even more Important Interests It has pasted the experimental stage and demonstrated Its utility and should receive generous recognition by the congress Unions of Government Employe There Is no objection to employes of the government forming or belonging to unions but the government can neither discriminate for nor discriminate against nonunion men who are In Its employment or who seek to be employed under it Moreover It Is a very grave Impropriety for government employes to band themselves together for the purpose of extorting Improperly high salaries from the govern ment Especially Is this true of those with in the classified service The letter car ncr both municipal and rural are as a whole an excellent body of public servants They should be amply paid Hut their pay ment must be obtained by arguing their claims fairly and honorably before the congress and not by banding together for the defeat of those congressmen who re fuse to give promises which they cannot In conscience give The administration has already taken steps to prevent and punish abuses ot this nature but It will be wise for the congress to supplement this action by legislation Corporation When we come to deal with great corporations the newl for the government to act directly Is far greater than In the case of labor because great corporations can become such only by engaging In Interstate commerce and Interstate commerce Is pe cuIUrly the field of the general govern ment It Is an absurdity 10 expect to ohm inate the abuses In great corporations by state action It Is dimcult to be patient with an argument that such matters should be left to the states because more than one state pursues the policy of creating on easy terms corporations which are never operated within that state at all but inI other states whose laws they Ignore The national government atone can deal rode quately with these great corporations To try to deal with them In an Intemperate destructive or demagogic spirit would In all probability mean that nothing what ever would be accomplished and with ab solute certainty that if anything were ac complished It would be ot a harmful na ture The American people need to con tinue to show the very qualities that they have shownlhat is moderation good sense the earnest desire to avoid any damage and yet the quiet determination to proceed stop by sUp without halt and without hurry In eliminating or at least In minimizing whatever of mischief or of evilI there Is to Interstate commerce In the con duct of great corporations They are act bag In no spirit of hostility to wealth either Individual or corporate They are not against the rich man any more than against the poor man On the contrary they are friendly alike toward itch man and toward poor man provided only that each acta In a spirit of Justice and decency toward his fellows Great corporations are neceit sory and only men of great and singular corporatlonllgreat rewards Hut these corporationsI should be managed with due r to the Interest of the public as a whole Where this can be done under the present laws It must be done Where these laws come short others should be enacted to supple ment them determlnlnJrfactorhand must be the mans own good sense courage and kindliness More Important than any legislation Is the gradual growth of a feeling of responsibility ant forbearance among capitalists and wage workers alike a feeling of respect on tie part of each man forthe rights of others a feet bog of broad community of Interest not merely of capitalists among themselves and of wage workers among themselves butf capitalists and wage workers In their relations to each other and of both In their relations to their fellows who with them make up the body politic There are many captains of Industry many labor leaders who realize this- Bureau of Corporation The bureau of corporations has made careful preliminary Investigation of many Important corporations It will make a special report on the beef Industry The policy of the bureau Is to accomplish tho purposes of Its creation by cooperation not antagonism by making constructive legislation not destructive prosecution the Immediate object of Its Inquiries by conservative Investigation of law and fact and by refusal to Issud Incomplete and hence necessarily Inaccurate reports Its policy being thus one of open Inquiry Into and not attack upon business the bureau has been able to gain not only the confi dence but better still the cooperation of men engaged In legitimate business The bureau offers to the congress the means of getting at the cost of production of our various great staples of commerce Of necessity the careful Investigation of special corporations will afford the com missioner knowledge of certain business facts the publication of which might be an Improper Infringement of private rights The method of making public the results of these Investigations affords under the law a means for the protection of private rights The congress will have all facts except such as would give to another cor poration Information which would Injure the legitimate business of a competllorand destroy the Incentive for Individual supe rlorltjr and thrift The bureau has also made exhauntlve examinations into tho legal condition uh dor which corporate business Is carried on In the various states Into all Judicial decisions on the subject and Into the various systems of corporate taxation In use I call special attention to the report of the chief of the bureau and I earnestly ask that the congress carefully con bidet the report and recommendations ot the commissioner on this subject The business of Insurance vitally affects the great nUll of the people ot the United ttlate and Is national and not local In Its application It Involves a multitude of transactions among the pee ple of the different states and between American companies and foreign govern ments I urge that the congress carefully consider whether the power of the bureau of corporations cannot constitu tionally be extended to cover Interstate transactions In Insurance Rebate Above all else we must strive to keep the highways of commerce open to all on equal terms and to do this It Is neces sary to put a complete stop to all re bates Whether the shipper or the rail road Is to blame makes no difference the rebate must be stopped the abuses of the private car and private terminal track and sidetrack systems mutt be stopped and the legislation of the Fifty eighth congress which declares It to be unlawful for any person or corporation to offer grunt give solicit accept or receive any rebate concession or discrim Inatlon In respect of the transportation of any property In Interstate or foreign commerce whereby uch property shall by any device whatever be transported at a less rate than that named In the tariffs published by the carrier must be en forced For some time after the enact ment of the act t regulate commerce It remained a mooted question whether that act conferred upon the Interstate corn mere commission the power after It had found a challenged rate to be unreason able to declare what thereafter should prima fade be the reasonable maximum rate for the transportation In dapllteIThe supreme court finally resolved that question In the negative so that as the law now stands the commission simply possess the bare power to denounce a particular rate as unreasonable While I am of the opinion that at present It would be undesirable If It wets not impracticable finally to clothe the commls slon with general authority to nx rail road rates I do believe that as a fair security to shippers the commission ihould be vetted with the power where a given rate has been challenged and after full hearing found to be unreason able to decide subject to Judicial review what shall be a reasonable rate to take Its place the ruling of the com million to take effect Immediately and to obtain unless and until It Is reverted IImutregulate the workings of the railways engaged In Interstate commerce and such increased supervision Is the only alterna tire to an increase of the present evils on the one hand or a still more radical policy on tho other In my Judgment theImost Important legislative act now nllIIIed as regards tho regulation of corpora lions Is this act to confer on the Interstate commerce commission the power to revise rates and regulations the revised rate to at once go Into effect and to stay In effect unless and untIl the court of review reverses Department of Agriculture The department of agriculture has grown Into an educational Institution with a fee ulty of 2000 specialists making research Into all the sciences of production The congress appropriates directly and Indl rectly 16000000 annually to carry on this work It reaches every state and territory In the union and the Islands of the sea late ly come under our flag Cooperation Is had with the state experiment stations and with many other Institutions and Individ uals The world Is nlvegetablesuited The acttvltlesof our age In lines of re search have reached the tillers of the 011I and Inspired them with ambition to knowImore ot the principles thatcovcrn forces of nature with which they have toI deal Nearly halt of tho people of this country devote their energies to growingo things from the soil Until a little has been done u prepare these tailI lions for their life work In most lines of II human activity college trained men are the leaders The farmer had no opportunity for special training until tho con gress made provision for It 40 year ago During these years progress has been made and teachers have been prepared Over 5000 students are In attendance at our state agricultural colleges The federal govern ment upends annually toward this education and for research in Wash ington and In the several states and terri tories The department of agriculture has given facilities for postgraduate work toItoo young men during the last seven years preparing them for advanced lines of work In the department and In tbe state Instltu tlon Irrigation During the two and a half years thatchave elapsed since the passage of the reclamation act rapid progress has been made In the surveys and examinations the opportunities for reclamation In theIstates and three territories of the aridIwest Construction has already been be gun on the largest and most importanttot the Irrigation works and Ing completed for works which will utll lie the funds now available The opera lions are being carried on by the recla motion service a corps of engineers so lected through competitive clvlliervlea examinations This corps Includes ex perlenced consulting and constructing engineers as welt as various experts In mechanical and legal matters and Is com posed largely ot men who have spent most ot their lives In practical affairs connected with Irrigation The larger problems have been Mind and It now remains to execute with care economy hbeenbeing carefully considered by boards of consulting engineers selected for their thorough knowledge and practical ex perience Each project Is taken up on vleedfromprosperous homes and of promptly re funding to the trcasuf the cot of con belnfOlin1fective and so broad In Its provisions that a wide range of undertakings has been possible under It At the seine time economy Is guaranteed by the fact that the funds must ultimately be returned to be used over again Forests It Is the cardinal principle of the forest reserve policy of this administration that the reserves are for use Whatever In terferes with the use of their resources mlanllDuta permanentThe is Just now a subject of vivid public Inter est throughout the west and to the pro pie of the United States In general The forest reserves themselves are of ex tremo value to the present as well as to the future welfare of all the western publicland states They powerfully af publiclandsbecause they preserve the water lupply and the supply of timber for domestic purposes and so promote settlement un der the reclamation act Indeed they are essential to the welfare of every one of the great Interests of the west Although the wisdom of creating for cit reserves Is nearly everywhere heartily recognized yet In n tow localities there has been misunderstanding and complaint The following statement Is therefore desirable The forestreserve policy can be sue ceiiful only when It has the full support of the people of the west It cannot safely and should not In any cue be Imposed upon them against their will Hut neither can we accept the views of those whoso only Interest In the forest Is temporary who are anxious to reap what awayleavingalwaysthethe permanent business man the man with a stake In tho country which must be considered and which must decide I have repeatedly called attention to the confusion which exists In govern ment forest matters because the work Is scattered among three Independent organization The United States Is the only one of the great nations In which the forest work of the government is not concentrated under one department In consonance with the plainest dictates of good administration and common sense The present arrangement Is bad from every point of view Merely to mention It Is to prove that It should be terminal ed at once As I have repeatedly recom mended all the forest work of the joy ernment houl4 be concentrated In the thelargerwhere practically all ef the trained foresters of the government are employed where chiefly In Washington there is comprehensive firsthand knowledge of the problem of the reserves acquired on the ground where all problems relat ing to growth from the soil are already gathered and where all the sciences auxiliary to forestry are at hand for prompt and effective cooperation The Postal Service In the post office department the service has Increased In efficiency and conditions as to revenue and expenditure continue sat isfactory The Increase of revenue during the year was J9JiSlSl 10 or 69 per cent the total receipts amounting to SIC 182 CSIJ4 The expenditures were 115136211670 an Increase of about nine per cent over the previous year being thus J897949ZJ6 In ex cess of the current revenue Included In appropriationextension of the rural free delivery service which wan an Increase of 1490221735 over the amount expended for this purpose In the preceding fiscal year Large as this expenditure hfl been the beneficent results attained In extending the free distribution of malls to the residents of rural districts outlayStatistictber lOOt show that on that date there were 27118 rural routes established serving ap proximately 12000000 of people In rural dis tricts remote from post emcee and that petlIsome part of the general Increase In receipts is due to the Increased postal facilities which the rural service has afforded The revenues have also been aided greatly by amendments the classification of mall matter and the curtailment of abuses of the secondclass malilriir privilege The average Increase In perIodbrxlnnlncthat portion for 1905 being estimated Is 4047 per cent as compared with 2548 per precedingmediately preceding that National Quarantine Law It Is desirable to enact a proper national quarantine law It Is most undesirable InltlAllveiIn effect a restriction upon Interstate and quutlonIment alone The surgeon general of the national public health and marine hospital service has repeatedly and convincingly legislationI be IheIand see whether It Is not possible to secureiagreement In the business tellIshould consider the question of the retire of the greenbacks and the problem f securing In our currency such elasticity as Is consistent with safety Every silver dollar should bo made by law redeemable n gold at the option of the holder Merchant Marine I especially commend to your Immediate attention tho encouragement of our merchant marine by appropriate legislation J Immigration and Naturalization manyimmigthntsdifference from what countrythey come If they are sound In body and In mind and abovo all If they are of good character so chllIchildren then we should welcome them with cordial hospitality Dut the citizenship of this country should not be debased It Is vital that we IhoulllI keep high the standard ot wellbeing among our wage workers and therefore we should not admit masses of men whose Stanford of living and whose personal cus oms and habits are such that they tend to lower the level of the American wage worker and above all we should not admit any man of an unworthy type any man con cerning whom we can say that he will him self be a bad citizen or that his children an grandchildren will detract from In steed of adding to the sum of the good clttienihlp ot the country Similarly we should taku the greatest care about nit timllzatlon Fraudulent naturalization the naturalization of Impropsr persoii U a curse to our government and It Is the affair of every honest voter wherever born to see that no fraudulent voting Is allowed that no fraud In connection with natural ization Is permitte- dNaturalization Law Need Revision There should be a comprehensive revi sion of the naturalization laws The courts having power to naturalize should be- definitely named by national authority the maybepublication of impending naturalization applications should be required In advance of their hearing In court the form and wording of all certificates Issued should be uniform throughout the country and the courts should be required to make returns PeriodsofNot only are the laws relating to naturalization now defective but those relating to citizenship of the United subjectofable further legislation Dy what acts havebeenlean citizen may reside abroad and re ceive the protection of our passport whether any degree of protection should thedeclaraUonzen of the United States but has not se cured naturalization are questions of serious import Involving personal rights and often producing friction between this government and foreign governments arelIentcitizenhlpAmericans abroad with a view to ap propriate legislation Protection of Elections proIlctown officials Is Inherent and has been recognized and affirmed by repeated Thereisdangerous and none so Insidious as the corruption of the electorate Jo one de fends or excuses corruption and It would seem to follow that none would oppose vigorous measures to eradicate It I recommend the enactment of a law dl reeled against bribery and corruption in Rlawcretion of the congress but It should go pOoSIblepenalties against him who gives or receive a bribe Intended to Influence his act or opinion as an elector and pro vision for the publication not only ot the expenditures for nominations and elections of all candidates but also of all contributions received and expendi lures made by political committees Our Foreign Policy In treating of our foreign policy and of tbe attitude that this great nation should assume In the world at large It Is ab solutely necessary to consider the army and the navy and the congress through which the thought of the nation finds Its expression should keep ever vividly In mind the fundamental fact that It Is im pollerhethereffort to secure Justice for others or Justice for ourselves save as conditioned upon the attitude we are willing to take toward our army and especially toward our navy It Is not merely unwise It is contemptible for a nation as for an In dividual to use highsounding language to proclaim its purposes or to take posi Ions which are ridiculous If unsupported by potential force and then to refuse to provide this force If there Is no Inten inn of providing and of keeping the force necessary to back up a strong at titude then It Is far better not to assume such an attitude Striving for World Peace The steady aim of this nation as of all enlightened nations should be to strive to bring ever nearer the day when there shall prevail throughout the world the peace of Justice There ore kinds of peace which are highly undesirable which are In the long run as destructive at any war Tyrants and oppressors have many times made a wilderness and called It peace Many times peoples who were slothful or timid or shortsighted who had been enervated by ease or by luxury or misled by false teachings have shrunk In unmanly fashion from doing duty that was stern and that need ed selfsacrifice and have sought to hide from their own minds their shortcom ings their Ignoble motives by calling them love of peace The peace of tyran nous terror the peace of craven wealtIness the peace of Injustice eli should be shunned as we shun unright eous war The goal to set before us as a nation the goal which should be set before all mankind III the attainment of the place of justice of the peace which comes when each nation Is not merely afeRuarded in its own rights but scrupulously recognizes and performs Its duty toward others Generally peace tells for righteousness but If there Is conflict between the two then our fealty Is due first to the cause of righteousness Un righteous wars are common and un righteous peace Is rare but both should be shunned The right ot freedom and the responsibility for the exercise of that right cannot be divorced One of our great poets has well and finely said that freedom Is not a gift that tarries long In the hands of cowards Neither does It tarry long In the hands of those too slothful too dishonest or too unintelli gent to exercise It The eternal vigilance which Is the price of liberty must bo ex ercised sometimes to guard against outside foes although of course far more often to guard against our own selflih or thoughtless shortcomings Not Ready for Disarmament If these selfevident truths are kept be fore us and only If they are so kept before us we shall have a clear Idea of what our foreign policy In Us larger aspects should be It Is our duty to remember that a nation has no more right to do Injustice to another nation strong oi weak than an Individual has to do Injustice to another Individual that the same moral law applies In one case as in the other Dut we must also remember that It Is as much the duty of the nation to guard Its own rights and Its own interests as It Is the duty of the individual so to do Within the nation the Individual has now delegated this right to the state that Is to the representative of all the Individuals and It Is a maxim of the law that for every wrong there is a remedy Hut In international law we have not advanced by any means as far as we have advanced In municipal law There Is as yet no Judicial way of enforcing a rightI in International law When one nation wrongs another or wrongs many others there is no tribunal before which the wrong doer can be brought Either It is necessary supinely to acquiesce In the wrong nneSI thus put a premium upon brutality and aggression or else It Is necessary for the aggrieved nation valiantly to stand up torIIts rights Until some method is devised by which there shall be a degree of International control over offending nations It would be a wicked thing for the most civilized powers for those with mot sense of International obligations and with keen est and most generous appreciation of the difference between right and wrong to dis arm It the great civilized nations of the present duy should completely disarm the result would mean an Immediate recru deiconce ot barbarism In one form or an other Under any circumstances a sum dent armament would have to be kept up to serve the purposes of International po lice and until International cohesion and tho sense of International duties and rights are far moro advanced than at present a nation desirous both of securing respect for Itself and of doing good to others must have a force adequate for the work which It feels ta allotted to It as Its part of the general world duty Therefore it follows that a selfresp ctlnr Just and farsteins nation should on the one hand endeavor by every means to aid In the development I of the various movements which tend to provide substitutes for war which tend to render nations in their actions toward one another and Indeed toward their own pea pies more responsive to the general sentU ment of humane and civilized mankind and on the other hand that It should keep prepared while scrupulously avoiding wrongdoing Itself to repel any wrong and whlcbInrelations would come under the head of the exercise of the International police A great free people owes It to Itself artl to alt mankind not to sink Into helplestrois be fore the powers of Second evilIWe are In every way endeavoring to help on with cordial good will every movement trlendIypursuance of this policy I shall shot tly lay arbtrallonlth poaIblment to agree to arbitrate all matters but there are many matters of possible differ ence between us and other nation which can be thus arbitrated Furthermore at InllrparUamentarTtunion tical statesmen from all countrtea I have asked the powers to Join with this govern ment In a second Hague conference at which It Is hoped that the work already so happily begun at The Hague may be car completionThisthe first Hague conference The Monroe ItllllI takIngendlavorlnlrwar In the far east and to secure the open ownInterestity at large There are however cases In which while our own Interests are not greatly Involved strong appeal Is made to our sympathies Ordinarily it Is very much wiser and more useful for us to concern ourselves with striving for our own moralIand material betterment here at to concern ourselves with trying to better nationsWeagainst and under ordinary circumstances we can do more for the general uplifting ot humanity by striving with heart and soul to put a stop to civic corruption to brutal preJudlceabereabout wrongdoIng elsewhere Neverthe less there are occasional crimes committed on so vast a scale and of such peculiar hor ror as to make us doubt whether It Is not our manifest duty to endeavor at least to show our disapproval of the deed and our byitsuch a course Is Justifiable There must be no effort made to remove the mote from our brothers eye If we refuse to remove the beam from our own nut la extreme properWhatpond upon the circumstances of the case that Is upon the degree of the atrocity and cllleInarms as we interfered to put a stop to In tolerable conditions Jn Cuba are neces expectetbatcertain very obvious shortcoming never theless as a whole shows by its consistent practice Its belief In the principles of civil and religious liberty and of orderly tree dom a people among whom even the worst crime like the crime of lynching Is never more than sporadic so that Individuals and not classes are molested In their funds mental rightsIt is inevitable that such si nation should desire eagerly to give expres sion to Its horror on an occasion like that of the massacre of the Jews In Klshlneff or when It witnesses such systematic and longextended cruelty and oppression as the cruelty and opprei lon of which the Armenians have been tbe victims and which have won for them the indignant pity of the civilized world The Philippines In the Philippine Islands there hu beer alltheever since our troops definitely got tho upper hand of the Insurgents The Phil ippine people or to speak more accurately the many tribes and even races sundered from one another more or less sharply who go to make up the people of the Philippine Islands contain manyi elements of good and some elements which wo have a right to hope stand forj uttarlyincapableall or of building up a civilisation of their own I firmly believe that we can help them to rise higher and higher In capacityforly hope that In the end they will be able to stand if not entirely alone yet In some such relation to the United States yetinponed If our people are foolish enough to awayfromand material prosperity ot working tort a stable orderly and Just government and toward foolish and dangerous intrigue for a complete Independence for which they are as yet totally unfit On the other hand our people must keep steadily before their minds the fact that the justification for our stay In the Philippines must ultimately rest chiefly upon the good we are able to do in the Islands I do not overlook the fact that In the development of our Interests In the Pacific ocean and along Its coasts the Philippines have played and will plays an Important part and that our Interests have been served In more than one wax by the possession of the Islands But our chief reason for continuing to hold them must be that we ought In good faitl to try to do our share of the worlds work and this particular piece ot work has been imposed upon us by the result of the war with Spain For Elective Government Within two years we shall be trying the experiment of an elective lower house In the Philippine legislature It may be that the Filipinos will misuse this legislature and they certainly will misuse It It they are misled by foolish persons here at home Into starting an agitation for their gwn Independence Into any factious or Improper action In such case they will do themselves no good and will stop for the time being all further effort to advance them and glvd them a greater share In their own gay ernment Out If they act with wlfdom and selfrestraint It they show that theyj are capable ot electing a legislature which In Its turn Is capable of taking a sane and efficient part In the actual work ot government they can rest assured that a full and Increasing measure ot recognition will be given them Above all they should remember that their prime needs are moral and Industrial not political It Is a good thing to try the experiment of giving them a legislature but It Is a far better thing to give them schools good roads railroads which will enable them to get their products to mar ket honest courts an honest antI efficient constabulary and all that tends to pro duce order peace fair dealing as between man and man and habit of Intelligent Industry and thrift If they are safe guarded against oppresslonand If their teal wants material and spiritual are studied Intelligently and In a spirit of friendly sympathy much more good will bo done them than by any effort to give tbenv political power though this effort may n Its own proper time and place be proper enough THEODORE ROOSEVfiltT THE CITIZEN I I I I I I jI I I I I II I I I I I I J I I I I J I I I I J I I I I I I I I I J I I I I r I I I IEastern Kentucky News No eonelpondeace poblhed wen signed la toll by the ratter Th same is not for pubneUon ht as all vldroa of good fAIth Writ plsialy I lIt I t t t t t t t t t t I I I I I I I I JrI I I I I 11 MASON COUNTYM- AYSVILLE Dec 5Miss Sadie Bell of East Fourthstreet who lias been quite f ill for the past week is much boiler at this writingMrs Margie Porte 1N of Georgetown visited our city last weekThe many friends of Miss Long aro glad to see her out after liuviug been indisposed for severe flaysRCP Wm Price visited tbe Stato Universityat Louisville tbeI past weekRev 0 A Nelson tized ten converts in the Ohio Rive Sunday afternoon OWSLEY COUNTY DOORWAY r Nov 26lIr George Burns hns nearly completed his double gris inillrTlio now stave company which has just recently commenced work t on Buffalo has bought all of the timber on the farms Qf Abel Bishop Irving Bishop Ligo Gabbard Ilenr Couch Elisha Couch and Abijal Couch They are giving good price for work and boys are making a dollar per day men much more Thea Hacker has returned to Couch Town with his family He will make his residence there permanently C B Daniel is a happy manit is a oyof course big and lielAlex Bishopand sou James are nttendiiij court at Beattyvillo this week at tin trial of Harvey Biggs Dan Barret and George Gipson charged with tin murder of Alex Bishop Jr of New foundcreok N F Ambrose amI YoIsaac Hacker paid friends on Stun a visit Saturday and Sunday Miss Cort of Cortland paid a to our school this week Hei loft sunshine in its wako we 1isitshe will come again Prepar are being made for a Christ mas tree and balloon ascension Dec J 25 All are BOOHEVILLE invited Dec 31Ve are having some showers of rain but the moisture is extremely cold Harden Brandon burgh of Fish Greek this county J has been allowed an increase of hi pension from 12 to 17 per month ns a member of Company D 8tl Kentucky Volunteer InfantryR W Becknell of Wilmore Ky is vis his old friends and relatives in 1itingcounty and putting in some stet for his brotherinlaw R for sheriff inthe county primaryBruce Woodward hart about closed out his large stockof dry goods notions otcbut is still f at the old Needham stand with a fen special bargains The primary that was polled yesterday to nominate county officers to run at the Novem ber election in Owsley county result ed in general dissatisfaction The ballot box in Booneville precinct which polls nearly one third of the votes of the county was robbedon Fridaynight of the official ballot for i this precinct The thief entered by prying up a window of the County Secretarys office Consequently no election was held in Booneville district which seriously affected at least four races which without the vote of Boouevillo precinct will be defeated but would have won hands down il Booneville precinct had voted It ii now up to the county to give these disfranchised voters a chance by call ing a new primary that sal may have a say so in who shall preside over them as officers four years from Jan 1st 1005 ISLAND CITY Dec 1 Saturday is the primary election of Owsley county The cant l didates are stirring rapidlyW M Heidlebcrgjshop hero We all wish him success H W is hauling logs for- 7J D BPotersP M Frye and T A Becknoll contemplate penin the L future winter in the mountalDsW M Becknell is killing and storing away his winters meatHD Peters s removed his staves to Heidlo rherg for better sale Brewer Bros are erecting n house on H D Peters goodstffi Miss Maggie Carmack visited their friend Rhoda Sparks Saturday and Sunday They report an excel lent timeT A Becknell purchased McGeorgei4Kent to Beattyvillo to buy winter clothes Mnlie Gentry is visiting his father and mother of Island City at rt the prf6CntC C Bowman has re 4 turned from Indian Territory to live A J Bowman is just recovering from fever MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS 28iMrs Mollie Collins hat 1krentedher farm to Barnett Wilson and to BereaMrsLizzie Cornel ison spent Thanksgiving with Mrs fllz Cornelison Viola Baker KI l and Flora Clark spent Saturday with Kathleen Benge Misses Joicie IIml Olu Harris entertained a nun her of young JCOple lit their music social Saturday night of last week Mr Julian Harris has returned from an extended trip to Springfield Mot tanaMiss Reua Jones of Silvt Creek has been the guest of Mr Lizzie Coruelison DREYFUS Dec 5Lewis Saudi in was in Berea Tuesday Mrs Mollio Bake and Addie Coyle were the guests of Mrs George Hurd Thursday Jit Morris of Jackson county moved to this place last week Floyd Kidd of Berea the hustling drummer was in our town Saturday Jim Baker of Brazil Jackson county was bere looking after a location Miss Pearl Lain was the guest of her sister Mrs L C Powell Sunday Tom Young and wife left Sunday for Florida whore they are employed in Judge T J Coyles hotelMrs H C Brewer and Mrs George Hurd wen Berea visitors last week One of our neighbors Mr Christopher Winkler is talking of moving to Richmond to clerk in a grocery storeW C Ogg and wife were visiting relatives at Brassfield Saturday and Sunday W O Sandlin and wjfo made a fling trip to Estill last week John Sand Hu accompanied by son Green wen YoungiCoyle place this week Mrs Tin Lakes is visiting her mother in Laurel countyTom Adams one of our best citizens has sold out ant moved to KingstonWALLACETON Dec 5George Rogers visited his uncle Reuben Willmore Saturday R H Soper and wife visited Mr Gentry and family Sunday Wilsoi Rogers and Co have bought som new rigs and are getting ready to commence the livery business at Iaint Lick the first of the year Farmers are about through gatllt ring corn and killing hogs in this locality Mrs Adam Estrage is slowly ion proving Isaac Botkins children have been very sick but are some better George Maden moved to Stove Hal cums farm last week BARE KNOB Dec 5O M Payne of Dispu tanta and W M Anglin of Climax Lave gone to Richmond on business B L Richardson has alput com pleted his new barnMartha Van winkle visited the Misses Collin SundayJ M Baker of this place made a flying trip to Wildie Ins- tweekMr and Mrs John Davis visited Isaac Davis on Silver Creek Su- ndavIsa c Davis is ill at this wr- itingJ S Waddle anti wife have gone to Berea on business Rev Dan Clemmons is holding a series of meetings at Jones church Bro Noel fined his appointment at Silver Creels Sunday Forest B Dowden attend ed the Christian church at Berea Sunday and also visiting his friend Colonel Baker Little Willie Kin Bred is very sick but his recovery if hoped for Hiram Powell purchased tome young cattle from Frank Jones Luther Jtowlett of Disputantn was in Berea last week on business R L Swinford of Clear Creek visited friends and relatives in Berea Sat urdayand Sunday Watch out boys C G Baker the expert marksman- is going to get more than his share of the game wild turkeys squirrels juails etc ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Doc 5We are some rv oldweather at this writingMr IV J Chasteen of McCracken was at Boone this week on business Rev J W Lambert and sou J H vent to Berea SaturdayRev J F Phelps of Cartorsvillo visited Mr md Mrs J W Lambert last Friday Mrs J B Coyle and children are planning to go to Berea where the hildren will enter college Mr M klSimms is very sick at this writing One of John Vanwinkles children lied last Thursday and was buried Frinay in the old gravoyarllnt Fair viewHenry Jr of Paint Lick visited his parents at Boone ast week ROOKFORD Dec 5Ooorgie Todd is still very sickMrsJohu Guinn is very sick at this writingW H Stephens went to Berea Saturday on business There was preaching at Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Mise stayingMrs Sarah Stephens visited Mr and Mrs W H Stephens SundayWe are having some very bad weather nowMiss Ida McCollum visited May Told Surfday1tIr T C Via and daughter Beulah wont to Boron Saturday f THE CITIZENF- OR 1 1905 Will be the biggest thing in reach ofevery family in Eastern Kentucky f CLEAR PRINT ALL THE NEWS 20 DEPTS A good Christmas present for an interested friend Subscribe today- Address THE CITIZEN- L C Hinman Mgr JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Dee 3Mrs G M Parsons and Sofa Isaacs attended church at Wind Cave Saturday and SundayMessrs C il Click of Kerby Knob and Bufford Collins of Station Camp vis ted Misses Cynthia Alcorn and Ann Kelley Saturday and Sunday Dep uty Sheriff Fowler was among the citizens last week collecting taxes H H Fowler and wife visited friends at Alcorn Sunday W M Farmer of McKee salesman for J W Luring Milling Company nt Richmoul paid our business men at this place a hustling call last week Sunford Webb stilt goes to Cmnkton on Sun days Calvin Carrol went to Gray Hawk last week on business It is generally understood by our most prominent men that G M Parsons will become a candidate for assessor Mr Parsons is one among our best business men and is well qualified for the officeJohn Thompson our noted hunter says that he gets one now and thenJay Richardson re ports a fine time nt Wind Cave Sun dayJolm W Walker of this place who is now in U Snavy service at Hampton Roads Vn writes his friends that ho is getting along finely John is a promising young man It is reported here that Prof Leo J Webb of Anuvillo line declared him self candidate for County Supcrin tcndent of public schools in this county Mr Webb has been such an earnest worker for the upbuilding of education in our county that our most prominent teachers and business men say the office is duo himJ E Sparkman our teacher at this place says that in his opinion the best investment for the boys of the East Kentucky Hills to make would be to swop indolence for industry throw away their shotguns kill their dogs and go see how the school teacher is getting alongANNVILLE Dec GDry weather is all that anyone can hear in this neck of the woods Wm Liaucs the traveling salesman for Belknap Co was in Aunville Saturday and Sunday Nancy A Johnson wife of E W Johusouis very low with heart trouble at this writirL Webb has just returned from O wsloy county where he line been at work in the interests his brother in Jaw Harvio Rice who is a candidate for sheriff in that countyJ F Englo of McKeo was in Annville Sunday Misses Emma and Ettu Modlock visited Miss Lizzie Johnson Saturday nightMr and Mrs F J Johnson of this place visited Robert Johnson of Moores Creek Sunday night Quito a number of the young folks of Annville attended church at Green Hill Sun day night Rev James Brewer of near Corbin Ky closed a protracted meeting at the old Chinquapin rough church at Annville Sunday which had been going on two weeks There were fourteen additions to the church The people attended bettor and gave better attention than they over did before at this place There was not anything done out of tho way at all Bro Brower is n good man add an able minister Make some little one happy by handing a donation to the Ebonozer Orphan Homo West Irvine Ky CANVASS OF RETURNS Following we give sortie of tho counties of interest to our subscrib ore Counties Parker Rvelt Bell 538 1701 Breathitt 1537 820 Carter 1412 2410- Casoy 1183 lrIOr Clay 532 lUSS Elliott 1142 501- Estill 850 1280 Fleming 1712 1707 Garrard 1170 tml Harlan 281 1W Jackson 210 1000 Johnson 880 1025 Knott 1002 Isa Knox 711 2210 Laurel 1050 2152 Lee 527 SiO Leslie 71 11- Letcber 105 lOO Lewis 1280 2371- Madison 2801 2774- 3fagofiin 1000 1401- Owsley 274 ltOO Terry 431 UiD Pike 1035 2t8n Pulaski 1870 3713 Rowan 001 8H Whitney 058 31- 71dVolfeLI1I4 676 n WELDS Consumption is a human best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork i good too but it is very to digest The time to treat consump tion is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others sec it you wont Dont wait until you cant deceive ourself any longer thoughtIit isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be curedat once but if you will be in in time and will be rigidlyregular in your treatment you win- Scotts Emulsion fresh air rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free Ha sun that ills rdclurt la lh ol a laUl hon the d rfy boutS kmuiJoo you buy SCOTT k BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St1 N V Soc and fall druggists T Carriage Satisf tioHere IBuggies Phaetons Runabouts Comfortable Stylish hlrfiniRbcarriages iuvaiiably give UIINOWWe repaint repair and retire Get our KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Not Fatal No What Doc tors Say We Know That Heart Trou ble in Many Cases Can Be Cured There are seven main features of heart dlaenie rte I Wmknea or Debility i nheumatUm or Neuralgia 1 Valvular UUoriler U Dilation t Knlurgementi 1 Fatty Degenere tlon 1 Dropsy- Documentory evidence Will prove thouiandd of nocallrU Incurable have been absolutely cured by Dr Miles New Heart Cure Patlenta often have no Idea their dli ease U heart trouble but cadge It to IndlcetUon Liter Complaint etc- Her are some of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exerclie Smothering Bpell IAln In Clint left Shoulder and arm Dlacomfort In Lying on one aide Fainting Spells Nervous Couch Swelling of Feet and Ankle Talent of race and Up Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse have great faith In Dr Mile New Heart Purr lAnd upcak of ita merit whenever opportunity pruenU I can now go up and down plain ease where three werki ago could hardly walK one block One year iIIlfr1a- m atlll In gtxxl health the Heart Cur did ao much for find It a firgreater medicine glen you cUlmnt It to beS U YOUNH D U 117 North Pins St Notches htlu Money buck If first bottle fall to benefit FREE write UI and we will mail rou Free Trial Dr Mlle Antl anPIII theIJew Scientific nrmedy for Pain At o Symp tom lllank for our Spectallut to dlagtio our ca o and tell you what wrong how to rl AIdutly Krra DR MltKh IRD1C 0land CLKJIAIIT IND I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Learn to buy at believe pays sacrifice do busioeM that keeps always with now seaaonu goods here clean new Season know can bo our Linos KY I I I I I I I I I I J I I I I I J I I I H I I troubles which not liver Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medl and liverii a bowel for It tho pf digestion a fect condition Americanbreeders and their herds and Ducks healthy by them an occa donaldose of Dlac1cDraulht Stock and Poultry in their food raiser may buys und airtight this medicine from hi Jer and his stock in Tigoroui health for week generally keep BlackDraught Poultry not for a sample can to the The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn Boeaauja nIOIM BUekDraufbt and iouUry lledlela Is the boat Irtried Our WM looking bad you Mat te the and now thy letting 10 TherarlcokibE50 par Nter S t r p Surries Traps If DurableGraceful N Useful prices Matter rWo have bpURhtlho Meat Shop Known an the H DII86Y Most Store ou Mnin Street and will have fresh moat ou hand algalhotfuie Como nod see ua for fair tnntment Your trade In eolicknl here Y Durham Bros Main Stroot Ueroa Ky n If you am not trading with us you are minning tutu y good things A building 20 x 102 feet full of Good Things A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street heron Ky J tHf11t114 111 Arbuckle Simmons SPECIAL WINTER SALE Wo it to profit and more is this policy tin first the no old stock everything bright able anti Reasonable We wo save you money may a good deal Make Selection from Complete o o o o o Arbuckle Simmons H RICHMOND IJ BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock are tine stock puts in fumed keep Any 25cent half n of keep Dealers does as vents manufacturer Oa toot took whoa medicine are ani P BKOOXINDTON MISSING Baia ey itoaana atom endtbt irabw dealer regwbrte tlrrutIr WrrRI fIlu aid k pr lullonl REST o WORLD 1f1J0I16lJS tleaatoe r J latre Ioll r 1I1at 1101 =lriOU720 Pails VRrIL 4CoubdtdinloarIera- rrEuR SOxarkulIlmnkteeatnlllemore men 93M IJtO Ihauiui3 other t wo uiui ufertureraln the wi xndl7ddlnrrplaeatId ordlmuury53UMaO of M Oat Lalhrra Fd tInq fatmt Coona Kid Vorona Collwl it MlUKannartM r our ITIH sae alq IiIr11111 M W U DuuirUa 44OO Out Etae Linescounot ho HliM lyilurrji11Kt Code Hayes Main Street Berea Ky