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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dllttt I+1HH I t IiBEREA PUBLISHING CO L C HIMMAN LI I unr t f I vvIIItIloOJ Kutertd at W jdcu4 I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 15 1BQ1 One dollar a year NO 26 I IDEAS Icxl links for selfsucrifeebut not for telf torment learning and lumlwr are of little value without tint Hkill to work thorn upA Loytsilh u drain or u cigar ro MMiilihw u fruit tjiat is rotten fore it riHi A great reader apt to nminlilo not u fountain which spreads fertility but a cistern which ill of no iibu till i mnMl TAKE NOTICE Heft Colleges will Ik gin the winter elm Wednwduy Jnnunry 4 nt I- iAI If you have not finally niadu up your mind nu to what you will do this winter it ei ill Iw to your advan lago to iiivestigiito Ilervu at once A letter or ibNtal to Secretary Will C Gamble will bring you information about itH wonderful equipment for doing you good FROM THE WIDE WORLD UcnlticcioUl Garilwldi till last Surviving son of the Italian hero is dying injlonitf- ThoJnpan w cmiwir Saiyen was sunk bya hidden mine The cap tain and thirty eight officers eri8hed Paraguayan Oovennnwnt troops am wild to have Buffered mother Mivuro defeat at time handf of the rebel Japan has accepted the invitation of the Stntcw to take part in time conference A pro IlrollIlMRCO tho acceptance to the effect that time rulings of the conference must not affect the present conflict IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Eleven fishermen were drowned oft NorthumlHjrland while tryingto suvo u wrecks ship- ltegimniug next Monday the child lubor law will enforced in all coal- mines in Illinois The hearing by the Supremo Court of thu popularly known beef trust CUBO has been ol oned to an unflxHl future dateIIt Is raid that Irevidmit Roosevelt has determined to call an extra sos nion of Congress for next September or October to revino the thrill nOprl lItativo Wagner of IlmllI xylvania has introduced bill horns to corniest the ennui zone on the Isthmus of Panama with the United States by cable Tho Victor Fuel Company has lied suit at Trinidad Col for 401000 the Unitwl Mino lossesIA ponder of merchants and cotton planters of Courtlond Lawrence county Alabama have suggested that 1000000 bales of cotton bo burned to reduce the surplus They agree to furnish their pro rata slmre of the cotton to IHJ iletitroyvd to start tilt movement h Xi COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Southern Republicans are hoomlng John W Yerkes for a Cabinet jtosi lion To a delegation of Kentuckians that waited upon him President Roosevelt stated that he would en deavor to visit Louisville at an early unto 4 According to statistics gathered by City Assessor Murphy there is 20 000000 worth of property exempt r from taxes in Louisville nil of it be longing to religious charitable and educational institutions Henry L Stone who retires as City Attorney of Louisville on De eonuVr 15 has been olicradamid it i is paid has acceptwl tho position of onornllOlInllOlor the Louisvilb mid Naslivillo railroad to succeed Charles N Burch JudgeiMrs Abrelia Marcum in her suit for 100000 damages against former Senator Alex Hargis Judge James Hargis Sheriff Ed Callahan and B F French charged that defendants had enticed away three of her main wltUCSRCH Frankfort Dec OTho Court o f Appeals today reversed the judgment of time Scott Circuit Court In the citeo t of Caleb Iowers tho threetimes eon victed Gocl ol murder conspirator t and femanded his cast for a fourth trial Four separate opinions woreu delivered by tho seven judges J addition to tho majority opinion Judge Barker that Judge delivered- separate opinion Judge ORoar de livered mother opinion and Judge delivered dissenting opinion concurred In by Judges Nunn and Hobson THE CITIZEN Presidents Message loth Partin Foal that It Is the flit orout and Sincere Outburst of A Reformer ISped1 W lilnilon Correspondentl Washington D C Presidents message since Grants outlining reconstruction has created such lively discussion among Con gressmen as President Roosevelts of Monday though it has not yet taken tho forma of publicity The coner national estimates of it are exceedingly animated but not bitter It seems likely to prove not a nine days wonc der but n ninety days wonder out living the session itself Both partI les in both Sonata and House feel that it is the vigorous and sincere outburst of a reformer The circum stance that tho word streuous ap pears in it twice and tho words tariff and trusts not at all are among thoI least of its eculiaritics Tho mate of this morning includes consid eration of tho question whether tho grout panic in on Wednesday involving tho transfer of hun dreds of millions of dollars from thoI pockets of ono set of mon to those of another was or was not the result of the recommendations of FtleralI control of railroads and other gigau tic corporations It would bo inter misting to know what Amalgamated Copier and Frenzied Finance think about it The railroad system of time country would certainly be subject to mo mentous changes for good or evil if time Presidents suggestions could 00I omlKJdiod in law When his Inter state Commerce Commission shall arbitrarily name the rates at which n railroad shall carry passengers and Freight until such finding is reversed by a circuit court there will indeed hu scuffling among directors and blanched faces among stock holders When Congress compels tho general adoption of u costly automatic block signal system the public may ex press gratitude but it will bo felt from end to end of Wall Street When the proposition shall be enforced to api oint government inspectors for 1500000 freight cars pas seuger cars and 43000 locomotives and to see that they are in flrst class condition and provided with efficient air brakes and that the 11000an nual accidents involving tho death of 8000 and injury of 50000 per sons stunt bo investigated a Federal inquest with nn army of coroners with drastic punishment for any railroad employee who causes any Imitator wo certainly shall have entered upon a new era Tho Presi presorvohUlnl11 and indifference which imperil it will Ira cordially approved by the American people But it Is to bo remembered that more than half o f the fatal accidents which disgrace tho American railway system are duo wholly to trespassers and before tho terrible total can bo greatly reduced somo method must bo devised by which trnmpH and other intruders propngotae railway employees hours of labor as tho exigencies of traffic would soem to make such interference impracti cable What will lo time outcome of tho reformer being ut the front l Time country has never before had in the Whito House so gifted a preacher as Mr Roosevelt lie is just now the terror of tho Jeremiahs and it is perfectly cr to speak of tho unique Presidents message mean ug that tho message and the Presi dent are both unique I have just been over to the Cdpi tol Tho House was never duller Tho Legislative Executive and Judicial Appropriation bill is making its slow way through the Committee of tho Whole Tho clerkwith a cracked voice is reading the ponderous document by sections Com mitt emau Bingham is the only man of the two hundred present who is paying 4ho slightest attention Most of tho others arc at ease en joying their siesta some nodding tIT in momentary nap others talking loud and laughing louder some with feet on neighboring chairs many assembled in bevies of three or four and repeating for tho alecnth time campaignYour gallery can catch fragments of tho stories now and then but they are mostly submerged in tho prevailing cachination amid which tljo reader like a tired auctioneer working by time day goes on with monotonous drone When Mr Biughams polish ed pate rises to propose an amend ment it is at once declared carried without a single vote being cast for Itnllel when as happens onco or twice Romo other member suggests a change the Chairman pounds on time llllkand declares it lost without a voice being heard against it So the hours creep and till dayecho wearily ontho first of many days of nppropriationM shall order him to go higher Bing hum now lining tho work with anIn moiety of tho honor will pass to the head of this most important vomit mittee At n lute hour the bill passed time House after being cut down considerably New idea Womans Magazine For January There ore a great many good suggestions on what to wear in the New Idea Womans Magazine for Janu ary For women an article on Negligees shows three graceful styles in wrappers and dressingsacks while for noon tho subject of Even ing Dress is thoroughly discussed Two English cuts show a blouse mid a fur sack such as are being worn across the water and n bulletin from Paris describes a number of Parisian creations In tho literary part of the magazine Mrs Constancy Fuller McIntyre discusses Time Bachelor Maid in her vivacious way while any woman who has over entered a business office in tho capacity of an will feel n echo iuraidjiugIePeraucoGoodbyes The Etiquette of the Business Woman The Steerage describes a unique private nntiquo shop in a weather beaten barn and Dr Arthur W Yale contributes u chnt on The Trained ArQuestion of Heirlooms throws n now light on tho subject of antique furni lure Perdita tells of adapting her versatile housekeeping to condi tions in 1aris mid there are three stories for grownups and three for little peopleI 1 Ellwood Those who have seen and heard Ellwood tho great Master of Magic and Imitator say that he and his company furnish ono of tho greatest entertainments now put on the boatds Berca is favored in having these great artists for the grand opening of the Lyceum Course Tuesday night December 20th Single admission 35amts Tickets for limo course 100 Admission for children at time usual reduction The next number will be tho Nonpareil Jubilee singers of ten voices Ad mission tho same Secure tickets bofgrchand and como early Cold days and nights call for fleece linctl hosiery gloves flannel and outings All these at nearcostO- J Hanson 1 Co Who wants a farm Berea town lot steam engine gristmill or oH boring machine f I have all these for sale The oil boring machine is complete cost 1000 my price 800 Address or call on J P Bicknell Berea Ky- Subscribe for THE CITIZEN the best paper in Eastern Kentucky Humor ntf Philosophy By DUNCAN M SMITH Copyriclit by Duncan M Smith The person who Is always giving good advice Is kept too busy to take any of It himself If you happen to be out when the col lector cells It Isnt necessary to call him up amid apologize Time homelier a girl Is the more she requires beautiful clothes and the pret tier she Is the more she desires beauti ful clothes In Manchuria war appears to be liv leg up to General Shermans descrip tion with high wntor added When a man tins tried for half an hour to call up some one on the telephone on Important business lie thinks If UterI It no future punishment there should be for the uiau who Invented the busy Hlgiial It Is much easier to predict weather than It Is to have the weather live up to the predictions Busted The dollars from my Jean have Cod The cladneaa from my heart li gone And everything looks pale and wan That erstwhile blossomed rosy red I search my pockets through and through v Tobacco Jack knife twok y rings A corkscrew and somo other things hut I cant find a single sou I take my sad plight much to heart And oh for me there Is no poatcl From sorrow can I hope release When I fend my last dollar part Oh woe la me and me Is wool My landlord now atflrms that he Though hating much to trouble me Must see the color of my dough And so to chaso Ills gloom away Alas to work I have to go And dub around tilt I ran show A bunch of coin wherewith to pay The Popular One He took postgraduate course In tho school of experience Worked In a barber shop did he Almost a Hint Yes sold the sweet young girl flatter myself that I am something of mind render Although I nut not the seventh daughter of a seventh daugh ter It copses natural for me to tell what a person Id thinking by looking at him Now that Is Interesting said young Mr Latestaycr who was mak- Ing a friendly call Suppose you prove It by telling mo what I am think lug about Ve must use tact In practicing these mystic arts she replied and really I would hate to hurt your feel lugs Oh go ahead I dont care wbo knows my thoughts Well If you Insist she said sweetly you ore thinking that you really must take your hot nnd go home The young man laughed uproarious ly at tho SUMS but he did not lhmg- earound ninny hours longer Lower Still How are you coming with your trust Investment Not coming at all I thought they let you In on the ground Moor They did but they afterward droll ped uio Into the basement II HDepartments i HH Cannot Afford To Lose III 1 Sixteen Eight Pages Igthat you do not care to lose i t Ifso we advise you to rent one of our safe deposit boxes in our fire proofvault These safes will take care of your papers jewelry and etc The Safe 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hie chance who Is small Hut doing the best that he can For the meanest of thing Is the man Who mhthtlloH and Is willing to crawl S E Klcr In Chicago Itecord Herald ChXiQCiGClOU hc c A Ride in the Swamp BY S RHETT ROMAN 00000 lR result is what counts and TilE finality striven for by every happinessApursuit of some Imperious call which given us eventually the content we crave foris therefore the height of human wisdom This was my conclusion reached while riding slowly along the planta tion road which runs through the center of the caneflelds while I was abstractedly watching the gangs of la Borers at work When Jack died leaving Susan and her baby girl practically penniless it was plain to me that I must give up my law practice and take hold of poor old Jacks tangled affairs and bring ing order out of chaos get back his jeopardized sugar place into a prosper ous condition for those two Bellevlew Is a glorious country home for behind the stately old colonial house stretch 8000 acres of fine gene and pasture lands cut off by a rim of thick forest and swamp where ilpltadld timber has been growing for centuries With reckless Improvidence Jack lied heavily mortgaged the old place against my advice So as In our school and college days Jack and I had been more like brothers than cousins I felt I must wine forward and save his widow and child from bankruptcy There was a fascination about Jack Travers which I for one could never italic He had a certain dash and daring aftd gay llghtbeartednegs and for all he was Impulsively headstrong yet I could not remember anyone falling to full utter ills Influence be quite ready to condone his follies and declare his mistakes and blunders unkind cuts of old Jack Vera Is very much Ute kim but if possible even hand earner Jack was certainly the handsomest man I over saw It Is now IS ears slnce I closed up my law office packed away my Looks Mid refuted to run for the attorney generalship although I knew I was practically elected But there was something else knew It was that unless I devoted my entire attention and time and en ergy to the task of redeeming Belle view Jacks noble property would go under the auctioneers hammer Results have proved I was right IJach grinding season has netted a handsome amount I have long since cleared off the mortgage and one year will see 1000 acres planted In cane bOlides diversified crops The sawmill I put up as a venture in the heart of the swamp is bringing In big returns and when Vera will reach her majority in a few months time she may lay claim to being a wealthy young woman in her own right Then I will turn over my stew ardshlp and go back to my law books grown musty from disuselute their weatherbeaten and taciturn master It moans an arduous life to super vfee as I have done an embarrassed estate redeem It and make Its broad fields justify and answer to the call made upon them and to bring wealth out of ruin But it has its rewards One grows tolovc the rich black lands the glorious growth of the long stretch of cane the straight run of the pow through the furrows the smell of the upturned earth the sight of cattle In the pasture and the song of the laborers golng home when their days work Is done And when the last slanting rays of the sun have left the fields to dim shades of purple green and gray while gliding the crest of the forest and tho katydids and nestling birds give their last sweet calls the hour Is propitious for selfcommuning I drop tho rein on my sorrels neck and let him crop a tuft of grass along the edge of the ditch as we go slowly along and I count up the cost of my ambition sacrificed to Veras happl nfiss anti find the debt Is In my favor Poor Jacks baby girl crept Into my heart that first night when I took her in my arms ami sobbingly she went to fllwp her tangled nutbrown curls oJose to niy htek whllI explained to her mother that I would provide and Dare for Jacks widow and child with tltetens devotion Vera In those early years was my constant cotniwnlpn fine would wait watch for me claiming a ride be Iaud me on my saddle each time I came In from the fields She would coax DIe to lot old Fanchotto come out with her In the ponycarriage to where the hands wore at work and her gay laughter and lovely face filled my heart with content David you Are spoiling that child I believe she cares more for you than me Susan used to say Certainly Veras lovo which she gives as Jack did with a lavish hand and a captivating wholeheartedness a glorious warmth unlike others has been a compensation far beyond my deserts or the giving up of those am bitious dreams of professional success which once tiled my youth Of recent years Vera has drifted far ther away from me by the force of circumstances Fret her governess came between us with her childish studies then I persuaded Susan to send her to a col lego in a big city for the childs bril liant mind and strong nature made her far superlqr to her mothers or Miss Barton her mediocre governess with whom Vera was not on very good terms I plainly saw It was best to place her under different and better poor soul like all pretty spoilt weak Women is Irascible when she should be forbearing and uncer tain when sho should be strong She could no more control that splendid child Vora either through love or authority than a dove could manage a storm Impetuous little eagle During Veras holidays I always ar ranged for them to summer in the mountains or on the seashore and I have insisted on their living abroad during the past two years after Vera came home to us from college for I wanted the child to acquire a broader knowledge of life before her plunge into the social whirl and the adulation certain to be hers by reason of her great beauty and fascination- Of course as manager of this place I cannot absent myself only when I have rendered an account of my stew ardship will I be able to go away and that will be for all time But I learned of Veras popularity and brilliant capture of the world so cial last winter Yes this is an Ideal hour for the sifting and probing of ones inner thoughts and a plain realization of ones calm desires while the calm soli tude of these fields and forests and the gentle whisperings of nature prompts to a silent acceptance of life as fate The field hands have all gone home and lights are beginning to glimmer In the rows of whitewashed cabins near the levee The sorrel turns his head and whln nies to remind me that dusk precedes night and already the dew Is bringing out the sweet scents of the vanilla grass and the fragile white llllles grow ing on the edge of the canal How beautiful thin scene is and how It will remain vivid In memory in nil Its lovely details when f shall have left it- For go I must and the reason Is borne in on me with Irresistible force this calm spring evening I see myself as 111m wornand weatherbeaten by 15 years of arduous work with hair turning gray at the temples a grave taciturn man having none of the graces of youth with a broken career Only the task I set myself to accomplish has been done the redemption of Jacks fortune for Vera his bonny stareyed daughter Why leave- Because being a man and a fool I could not bear fo live under the same roof with Vera seeing her dally and loving her as I do knowing the day will come when some one having a better claim to ter affections than the humdrum old guardian she has known from childhood will take her irrevocably from me So gathering the reins and going slowly along the path by the canal separating field frum the forest I look musingly at the scene before me so as to always bear it in memory Cousin Duncan Cousin Duncan Tie Rufus to that tree and come on Im going in the swamp to the pawmlll Vera sat in a pirogue In the canal and was gliding up to the bank You cant go this evening Its rev dlculously late I objected looking down at her- I can get there In half an hour I must go I want to toll Ben Jones his boy has the fever and he must come home Jump down and come on Do Vera looking up and poised lightly holding her long paddle was irresistible Are you awaro that it gets as black as Erebus In the swamp as soon as night falls I asked throwing Rufus bridle over a Bhort limb and stepping carefully down the bank Indeed I am Thats why I came after you I wouldnt dare venture In there by myself Vera swept with long strokes down the canal and turning Into the swamp we were soon under the shadow of moss covered cypress and water oaks- I took the paddle from her and we sped along for night was coming fast and the collateral canals through the swamp are confusing Veras gayety was lof ctlamunnd the delight was keen and deep to be gliding through the narrow cuts and the still dark water In the unbroken solitude of the vast silent forest We suddenly emerged into a sort of circular clearing I looked at my watch It was one hour since our env entrance In tiro swamp and looking around tho place seemed strangely un familiarIn hazy light an opening ahead seemed to Indicate that It was the cut leading to the sawmill- I said nothing but guided my plrougue In the narrow channel went somewhat rrecklessly along for night had fallen anti as predicted the holKh of the sycamores find cypress and the dense growth ot willows and water plants shut In the narrow water jmlh wo wore following excluding- even tho light of a crescent moon Vlilng overhead That must bo the way See how murk broader the canal is Tt rn down to your right Cousin Duncan urged Vera Striking a few matches and holding them aloft I saw that the way fort suggested did look store open We are lost anyhow so wo might as well go at random Vera declared laughing gaily and without the slightest appearance of anxiety- I was struck dumb at rcnllilng UIA catastrophe and Its possible ulterior results Nonsense well just keep on pad dilute and we will be sure to come out somewhere I remarked as our light pirogue slid rapidly over the surface of till dark water i Not so sure at all Vera an swered composedly This swamp extends for 60 miles Cousin Dun We may beep on trying to find our way for a day or two Fortunately I brought a few little things In a basket for old Mrs Brown at the sawmill The next clearing we come to we will stop and have supper How beautiful this is Just look at those fire flies and the little soon peeping at us through tho trees What a romantic adventure It Is very much nicer Cousin Dun can to be wandering through this lonesome swamp with you than danc- Ing a cotillion at Mrs Perry Bark moreswlth Ned Castcrman What do you think about it 1 What did I think My heart was torn with a wild unreasonable delight keen anxiety and n perplexity beyond descriptionFor certainly true that this gloomy and limitless cyprlcre covered n vast area of country and God only knew how far we had penetrated Its emerpfromFor all Veras gay sweet confides tial manner meant to relieve my anxi ety and to cheer meI knew the child must feel keenly our extraordi nary plight Reaching a clearing after steadily going forward Into tho unknown I steadied our frail craft by pushing It among some dense mosses and under produced her basket and I In sisted on her eating supper wrapping her In a light covering which had been thrown over the seat for the night had grown chilly And while we chatted my watch showed me It was midnight 1 Lie In the bottom and rest your head on the cushion and go to sleep Vera child we will certainly come to some loggers hut or we may out across Into tho Valmont settlement Vera perhaps had nettle a per ception of our appalling position as I had but nothing In her sweet con fident manner indicated that she wan distressedShe my advice declaring she was to blame for our charming adventure and finally dropped off to sleepI paddled on through the narrow windings of tho swamp my heart filled with a itrango and unreasoning joy as great as my anxiety as to the outcome Mamma wont worry Vera sold drowsily She will believe I have driven over to Aunt Clementines to spend the night But I knew my failure to appear would cause search to be made and I did not deceive myself that Veras absence would remain unnoticed The first pale streaks of dawn wore filtering through the trees when discovered whore we were Just a few miles from tho plantation canal and from where we started Leaving the cut to the sawmill I must have made a wide detour to come back to our starting point The sun was rising when fastening the plrougue wo walked up from the canal reached the grounds and the houseLater In the day while pacing tip and down the library I sent for Vera She came looking lovely for being a little wan and coming towards mo she held out both hands smiling gravely up at me Vera child there Is but one thing to do Wear this ring and let me Ray to the world you are my affianced wife Never fear little one It will bind you to nothing In a years time wo will quarrel and you will send me off and I will go abroad I held her hands and looked down into her exquisite face my soul In my eyesDoyou care for me enough for that she whispered More than for life here and hereafter There could bo no heaven for me without you Vera I answered Then keep me I will wear your ring and we will not quarrel Do you not knowN 0 Times Democrat Couldnt Get Hold E C Knight a wellknown Philadel- phian gave a dinner recently at his villa In Newport In honor of Count Stlratn of Paris During the dinners course the talk turned to debating and Mr Knight Impersonated admirably a young farmer taking part In a debate The young farmers speech In the Im personation ran as follows The subject to bo excussed Is whether ardent spirits does any good or not I confirm that It dont Just think of our ancestors In future ages they lived to a most numerous age so that I dont think whisky nor ar dent ErlrltH dont do any good Long pause Well question to bo excussed la whotlor ardent spirits does any good or notso that I conclude It dont Long pause- I cant get holtf on the darucd tn nsN Y Hernia WAITING FOR ACCIDENTS Living Made by People Who Are Employed to Stand By and Look On Of nil the weary jobs by which men earn their dally brood the worst Is that of looking on Those engaged In this workIf such It may bo called do ob eolutoly nothing They are paid for waiting for a definite something to hap pen and that something may be near of It may bo remote At the present moment says Cas sells Journal of recent date a number of men havo an inexpressibly dull job watching a large reservoir Sometime back subsidences duo to mining took place In tho neighborhood with the result that large cracks appeared lu the aides uf the reservoir And over since then sonic corporation employee have had the embankments constantly under observation ready to act Instant ly they gave any sign of collapsing But how would they themselves fare Usually dreary was tho job of a number of platelayers when one ot the tulles with which London Is being honeycombed was under constriction This particular bore passed very clues to the main line of one of the great rail way companies and as It won feared that some damage might be done to this line by the human moles watch was kept on it day and night for months at a stretch Practically tho same thing was done when a railway company cut through a certain town in the Midlands only In this case the watchers were on the other side The object In fact was to that the navvies did not break pipes Iee though an eye was also kept on walls which might collapse On the Chester and Holyhoad line watching Is an Important part of the platelayers regular work Under certain conditions there la some danger that the sea may wash away the em bankment and undermine tho rails So during storms the platela era turn out and battling in the teeth of the gale watch the line for hour after hour It Is weary work but many a dUas ter has been averted by the weather beaten watchers A goods train once plunged Into the sea through the sup port of the rails having been swept away and but for a platelayer there ii no doubt that an express would have shared Its fate It Is customary too to provide a watcher when a bridge Is being con structed or repaired Seated In a boat he bangs about the whole day ever idle except when a man falls Into the water He is paid in fact to act as rescuer when necessary While he Is below the men do not fear a fall even when a halt holiday is not attached to It On some jobs thoao workers who get a ducking are to go home for the remainder allowedI day and when this it the case ber of such accidents on Monday morn Ing and a few hours before an Impor tant football match Is remarkable But where no benefit Is derived from a ducking many workers will lightly risk It While for instance a certain high bridge was under repair a mechanic coolly ran to the end of a pole extending from the ironwork stood on his head stretched out his arms and then getting on his feet again balanced himself on one leg For this folly he was discharged Sewer work is another job on which n man Is commonly employed to play the part of an idler lie Is however necessary because a thunderstorm will cause an enormous quantity of wa ter to descend Into a sewer with amBl- Ing suddenness In many cases men have lost their lives through this cause and In not a few their bodies have been borne away by the tide and not recovered for days So a watcher U now frequently stationed near a man hole and In the event of a downpour from tho heavens he Immediately wounds an alarm which quickly brings the men below to tho surface An Extra Pair of Lungs I have known aged people men past to take their cold baths every morn Ing and be as spry as you 113S Eugene Wood In EvcrySodyB MagazineI for November One old fellow used to toddle down to the beach when he had to wade barelegged through tho snow two or three blocks It carried him off at the last though for ho died Just about four weeks before lie was 8t And If those of low vitality who ought to take the chill oft the bath were to take it Ice cold and rub themselves like sixty after wouldIpair of lungs to their outfit they would soon be as chipper as anybody Good Luck for the Turtle The Chinese Lave a peculiar custom with regard to turtles which they consider as very good joss says the JIongKong Press Almost any day one can eee these creatures some of them of hugo size being carried on board the river steamers not to be taken to Canton for culinary purposes but to be dumped Into tho tea and re stored to liberty and freedom Good luck is thought to follow Put to Good Use A farmer living at Danielson Conn is doing almost all tho wood cutting In his neighborhood at a low rate He bought an old automobile In Providence U I a few weeks ago and fixed It up so that he can attach a belt lb the machinery to run a saw Ho carries the sax around In the automobile and goes from ono farmer to another cutting their wood for them A Clean Sweep Didnt that burglar take your breath away No he left that It was about tie only thing he didnt tlLkeDdroll Free Im WHEN GRANDMA WAS LITTLE Whojj grandma was u little girl she said wtia look so wise And with a thoughtful twinkle In her violet blue eyes used to wear long dresses and long ISho pantnleti so queer arched till they could stand slow was funny 0 my dear Du Mit was a greet long lime you know So long long long ago She f ed to sit R8 stiff In church and illU as any mouse And grandma sobs they caltod the churches then IhoUood lards HOUM She couldnt ice the minister the pew tucks HIre M high She couldnt go to alcv or gape and didnt dare to era Hut that watt a great long time you know So long long tang ago She couldnt run and romp and scream and Jttmp like me or you Nor chatter at the table BI we always like to do Site made low court o te like thle and had such funny ways For children must be eeen not heard they taught her In those das Hut thnt was u great long time you know Bo Jong lung long ago The grown folks were fa horrid la that old time dMt you think To treat a little grandma M the hardly dared to wink Bo sow we mwt t be kind to her and try all sorts at ways To make her happy and forget those awful till old days For that wn n greet tong time you know So leIt long long ago KdwnnS Oldham In Youths Companion FOR THE HANDY BOY A BracketClock of handsome Appearance Which Any Boy Can Make A Rood dcslgn for a simple bracket clock is shown In the Illustration It U made from thin boards half an Inch thick half a yard of burlap some lar headed nails and an Inexpensive clock movement run by springs or weightsThe box part of the case Is eight Inches square and three and a half Inches In depth and the bracket ends may be detached or be a part of the KIO 1A BRACKET CLOCK shies cut as shown In Fig 2 to ox tend six inches below the bottom of the box Tho dial and glass frame should measure ilx Inches In diameter and to fit It to the box It will be neces sary to cut a hole In the front of the ease five and a half Inches In diameter as shown also in Fig 2 Tho shelf top to tho box la beveled at tho under side and attached with glue and nals It overhangs the sides and front of the box about two inches Flu SUBTAIL OK HHACKKTCLOCK CAST and ii tMtto from wood threequarters of an lnh thick If It Is Impossible to find largo headed nails to finish the edges of the front and sides mock nailheads threequarters of an Inch In diameter can be cut from lead and applied with thin steel nails The movement which can lie purchased from a clock maker U attached to tho back of tho case before the dial Is made fast Tho clockmaker can also mount and adjust the dial and movement if necessary Joseph ir Adams In St Nicholas IIlghPriced Dirt The highest priced real citato In Ixm don Is near the Bank of England lAnd sells thorn at tho rate of J37G a square foot lGO2S5OOOanacro From this ecu tnr the prlvu diminishes In a receding tide rising again In tho Strand to a price of from J 30 to flbt a square foot In Bond street In the Wont end a still higher prlco of Il6 n square foot or more than I760010 an acre Lea ttcu teuktt THE SEA PONIES I Odd Little Creatures with a Long Name That Look Very Much Like Darns It any chap who has a diving suit will take the trouble to go walking some day along the bottom of the sea where the water is not too cold and not deep he may find tho son horses illUoffellows they are with horoo head and fish body They have no legs and only a single fin right on the back The body taperS down to a round narrow point or tall and this the pony curls around a piece of seaweed whenever lie wishes to anchor or stay in ono place Wise people call the tea horse hippo- campus This may sound a little like TJlIo 1111lOCAMPCle hippopotamus the name of the river horse but these two hippos are not even fortyeecond coultnlI- i1l1potampul travels through the water with his body erect like a horse standing up on hit hind legs When Mrs Hippo lays her eggs at the bottom of the sea Mr Hippo gathers them up carefully and putt them In a pouch or pocket on ono side of his tall like an opossum and there they slay until they batch out The first thing Mr Hippo knows he has a whole pocket full of sea ponies eager to Rot out and go prancing through the sea the same as any other hippo campus DISGRACEFUL DEFICIENCIES A Suggestive List to Paste Up In Your Room Where You Can See It Oftenf It Is a Disgrace Vo hairdo thing Not to develop oar noMlbUIUo To be lazy iadote t ImUtfereat To do poor slipshod Wicfcetl worka N To give a bad example to young fair Me To have enuto brutish ropuMve man r hers To lido a talent became you have only one To live a half life when a whole life ii IeUM Not to be scrupulously dean In person asd mtrronsdings- To acknowledge a fault and make no often to overcome It To be ungrateful to friends and to tbOM who have helped us To go through life r pygmy when na ture Intended you for a giant To kick over the Udder upon which we have climbed to our position To be grossly Ignorant In Uieeo days of free usages of MOO4ll1oclelITo Ignoro the forces which are Improving civilisation In your own country Not to be able to carry on Intelligently conversation upon current topics To know nothing of the things we see 1Toof tho world and of the various countries Not to know something of the greatest leaders reformers nrllitsnnU musicians of the world Not to hove Intelligent knowledge ot the general affairs of the world and the Interrelations of nations Not to know enough about the laws at- health4bout physiology and hygiene to live bealthfull and To be grossly Ignorant In these days of free schools cheap newspapers peri odical and circulating libraries To bo so controlled by any appetlto or passion that ones usefulness and standing in the community are Impaired To be totally Ignorant of natural his tory to know nothing of the science which underlies the beauties and tblImarvels of nature Not to have an Intelligent Idea of the county lu which we live not to know Its history Its Industries and the conditions of Its people Not to know anything of the move ments for human betterment and not to help them along to tho extent of our ability In time or money To live In the midst of schools libra ries museums lectures picture gal leries and improvement clubs and not to avail oneself of their advantages Orison Swctt Maiden in Success Spanked Roosevelt iT To Mrs Emma Kirchner of Belle yule a suburb of tat Louis belongs tho distinction of being probably the only person who ever spanked Thoo dare Roosevelt The story was only made known tho other day HO wai Hcven years old Tha Roosevelt fam ily was at Sngamoro Hill Tho tam fly of Louis Hlnckley was also at ster Bay There were four children IDiJr tho Hlnckley family Teddy had liek d thorn all when he charged upon the Hlnckloy stronghold with mud halls Mrs Klrchcr tho governess rushed to the rescue and administered the future president a mtre ijauk tag THE CITIZEN HHHIH H III I H+ H f The Home JBKKIB LESTBB RILL Editor l lhlHS- ome H I + J I I I IjI Reasons Why Some People Art Their ideas am Poor larger thou their t purees expoudittIrt They do not keep account of their Thoy are easy dujes of schemers mid promoters DutyhoforeThey do not think it worth while to nave nickels nut dimes They have risked an assured com quicklyTheyV of them not what they can a Ton They do not think it worth while to put contracts or agreements in writing They pref r to incur debt rather than to do work which they consider thomsnot dream tjiat little mortgages on their homes can ever turn them out of doors They have indorsed their friends justforThey risk nil their eggs in one bas lot when they are not in n position to watch or control it Pittsburg Chriiitiati Ailrocale- WlnUr Care of Plants Do not apply fertilizers to any plant out making growth This Is very important thing to remember in the culture of plants Many IKMHOHS make the mistake of applying manure to plants at a standstill hoping to start growth They are always in jured by this practice Wait until the plant has begun to grow then t apply your fertilizer Keep the curtains away from the glass at the windows whore your plants are there is so little sunshine at this season of the year that tho plants should ho allowed tins full Iwnolit of all there liappoiiH to ho And bo sure to open time windows at the top every warm and Htiuny tiny and lot tho air come in Plants breathe mud they want fresh air Thoy must have it in order to do well Christmas Flatting In Old Times nThero are certain dishes which lire ciiHnrly dedicated by custom and tradition to the Christmas feast The plum pudding is almost the sole survivor of u lung lIt of equally savory ones There was the heirs head always the herald of the feast and always seasoned with mustard Next III importance wits tho peacock The skin was carefully strippedoff with tho plumage adhering Tho bird wind then roasted When It was done and had cooled it was served up again in its feathers lull with gilded hunk was sent to tho table Some times tho whole xl11R covered with hOld leaf nod a pieco of cotton saturated with npirits placed in its hunk and lighted as it made its gorge OilS entry The noble bird was not nerved by common hands That privilege was reserved for tho ladies most distinguished by birth and beauty Geese cajKJiiH phoasauts anti pies of carps tongues also helped to net out the Christmas table iu days gone by Clijyriiiu iI 4IHHH1Ht1H1HM4 I The School JOHN WIRT DIHSMORB Editor HHH1IHHIHIHHH The Yule log When tho Yule log tin upon the hearth With carol chime and CnrUtmu rhrrr A fire houM kindle In tach mill To gladden nil tam coming year A lame to brighten heart nod home olhcreycFel on when dim and cold the Yule log lie No life M putt but It may know- A of thin illvluml tire Nil Ileeo beautiful and rich nut Mill fUmfllkOt may aiplre Then klmllo Yule loan far and wide To burn on every happy hearth Fit lymholtot the lout and love That Mid blwslho earth tArta Auon Natures Share In Christmas In no part of tho civilized world is the joy of the Christmas season lacking and although the winter fes tival is matfy centuries old its pleas tires varying little are ever now liven tho Christmasdecoration isnn old idea tho holly mistletoe tied laurel being used by the Druids This feature is Nattires shnro hr tho universal holiday these evergreens ap caring more beautiful at tho season of frost and snow thou at any other time ot tho year But to children Natures best contribution to tho soaRon isthoChristmas tree the most important growth of tho rOICRtuilYJhOIlIlPresident Talk to Boys Recently in addressing the stu dents nt 0 rot on School Groton Mass the President gave what he called a homely honrttohcnrt talk with the boys In his remarks tho President wild that if a Iwy had Trot pluck common sense and decency lie wits n pretty bad sort wed u man without these 1 was oven woruo Ho admonished then that A Call to Christmas Buyers Our elegant line of Holiday Goods is now open for Inspection Call early and make your Selections Christmas is coming and everybody who sees our Beautiful Display of Holiday Attractions is glad of it Come to headquarters for Popular Presents at Popular Prices Our Fine Holiday Stock is full of Quality Variety Beauty and Good Taste It is easy to select from supplies exactly what you want and it would be a mistake to buy before you see it Remember this splendid assortment contains the Right Thing for Every Person old middle aged or young We will please you we will satisfy you We will meet your wants be they large or small with the most Suitable Presents at the Fairest Prices TOILET ARTICLES SOAPSPERFUMERY ALBUMS BIBLESMANICURE SETS SHAVING TOILET JUVENILE Lowneys and finest for Xmas in Pabkages I I i r Dont Holiday Display Come in and See how satisfactory Christmas shopping can be made how wellwe can fill your wants and how far we can make your money go T COMPANY H C WOOLF Proprietor KENTUCKY they must not in any degree become prigs and urged them to IHJ strong to be decent and to be resourceful II Boys and men ho said possessing such qualities will not IHI snobs There tire in our civil and social life than contcUlpt1Iblo advantages of training in public schools which training ho believed to bo most beneficial because of the democracy of the institutions The President alluded to the athletics of modern school life saying that ho believed in athletics and sports and in the spirit which is back of tlioni At the conclusion of the Presidents address Dr Peabody announced that President lioosovolt would present tho prizes Tho Iwya who had won honors during the year were called to tho platform anti President Itooso volt shook hands with each one and ossod him tho prize in most cases n Ixjok American Jioy 11HHl + H H The Farm SILAS CBBBTBR MASON Editor YOUNG MEN AND AGIUCULTUIB Fifteen years ago it was very tilt Ocult to find a young man Interested In agriculture from a scleutlllc stand point The father was supposed to know all that was necessary to run a farm successfully and the suns follow ed in the fathers footsteps Very slowly It tins dawned on tho minds of till more Intelligent class of farmers that iwsslbly science might be waiting to do for agricultures that which It tuna done for transportation manufactures surgery chemistry nut that the mys teries connected with soil physics the reproduction of plant life tho origins tion of new types might becomu when better understood of the most fat reaching value und Importance to tho world at large At n certain agricul tural college lit tho west now of na tional reputation there was at the time referred to liut Just one solitary student who was taking the full ugrl cultural course Today at the same college timers are What has been uccomplUhtd iu the Him of applying science to agriculture has been It anything more productive of splendid rev sults than have been attained in ally other line New fruits and cereals have rewarded the hybridizer thu In sect plagues ou both vegetable mud nut mill life are being held In cheek by tho chemM mud entomologist selection of the best need Is lucrcuslug the yield putt securing better quality at the SETS GLOVE BOXES- HANDKERCHIEF BOXES SETS COMB SETS BRUSH SETS hands of the patient Investigator As the prublvuii of climate ralntall and Boll have beta studied new types of cereals and grasses are waking tho waste places wonderfully productive and of the greatest value Irrigation and drainage are making garden spots of desert and swamp thus opening up as science touches with her magic finger the problem of agriculture a Held of almost Infinite possibilities ItI Is hard for the doctor tho lawyer the parson to surrender u part of their place of vantage and admit the fanner to an equality with them but they are doing It because they have to The time Is not tar distant when the farm er as the creator and begetter of the largest part of the national wealth will conic to his rfghtful place III the na tions economy and It will be brought about by educating our young men along the scientific Hues referred to WIIAT ONE MAN DID It U of Interest to sum up the re sults of n seasons work In the case ot- a farmer friend of ours who owns and cultivates a 100 farm In a western state It goes without saying that ho has n good tuna and Is a good farmer He has seventy tons of flue clover and timothy hay lu his barn his dairy herd of fifteen cows shows up cream checks to tho amount of AIL per head he has 3000 bushels of oats In the granary 2600 bushels of corn ready to crib 200 bushels of potatoes and no end of gar den truck he has three Percheron colts twelve grade Shorthorn calves and ninety thrifty PolandChina shotes which will bring him 10 each by New Years Ills wife has sold SO worth of eggs and has thirty turkeys and over a hundred chickens ready for the Christmas market lie has his full plowing all done and a good big pile of dry wood for winter use Ills taxes lire 00 and he owes no man a dollar He takes eight papers land threo mag names stud has handled his farm with the help of up to date machinery one hired man and his suns help during the summer vacation The son goes to true agricultural college this winter If there Is any American citizen bet ter fixed or so situated that more en joyment cull be got out of living than is our friend we should like to know where to Unit him ROAD IMPHOVKMENT The best thing which we have come across of Into was a farmers bee got up to haul gravel on a part of the pub tic highway Each man gave two days work stud hauled twenty loads of gravel It this thing should prove catch Ing tho question of Improved roads will be soon settled In nth those locally ties where a supply of gravel Is availa ble Then It Is such a sensible and practical thing to do for eight inches of gravel put on top of a well graded and drained roadbed makes for nil practical purposes tho very best dirt road available What Is needed la such a public sentiment that tanners will not regard work done on tho highways as ii tax but a public service which will Increase the value of their DOLLS BISQUECHINA BOOKS GAMESTOYS ALL KINDS Shraffs Candies Miss Our EAST END DRUG BEREA ll BRIGGEN CHARLES KING AUTHOR or THE IRON BRIGADEOUR A story of absorbing Interest In which Lincoln Stanton Kearney McClellen Mead Grant and many other Civil War characters figure prominently A story of that daring band of Wisconsin soldiers known to history as II The Iron Brigade as well as many other troops of the war Of the story the Los Angeles Express says Con Kings active military career has given him 1 keen insight Into all that pertains to the art of war This Is felt by all who read this stirring soldier story The Iron Brigade And the New York World says Gen King has felt the thrill of battle and he knows how to Impress It upon his readers In his new novel too he displays the rarer knowledge of how to mingle with the roar of war the whisperings of love The title of the book belongs to an old band of Wisconsin fighters of rebellion The story therefore is of soldiers from the Ceneral own State with the addition of a company from Indiana Romance abounds In the story but there Is history In It as well A good boys book and mans b3ok and womans book this of The Iron Brigade The opening chapters of this strong story will soon appear In these columns WATCH FOR THEM 1 Subscribe for The Citizen The Citizen 4v INDEPENDENT FAMILY NtwsrArM Pntllihed rmy Thnrrfiy at Dent Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO C Hlnmin Manager- eVfSOnrlT10N RATES rATABU IM ADVANCE Ons jrr 1100 Six months 60 Tlira month eead moat ome Money Order Ez rau Money Order Check Draft Krclitertd hatter or one and two rent stamps The Vate after your name shows to what lato your tubtcrlptton li paid II It ti not bunted within t re asks after wndlnf ui Money notify ut- Bnbierlbcr within THI ClTIlM stopped tcrlptlon Hint payingdl arrearsoheetwlo their we iball lonilder that they with It continued NoUr ni ut one ofiany your ab- reasglringboth old sud new addresses MUtlng Numbers due to wrappers coming IUIlIedAgeuli Wanted In erery locality Write for termt Anyone sending us four new yearly rubecrl UODI rtcelr Tug emits tree lor me year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop KyCourt Rovolutlon Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach quicklydismember It 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 usual attend Jn under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50 and that is returned if it dont give perfct satisfaction Guaranteed by East End Drug Cot Ice Cream I All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables jt j jt Phono JOES No 68 q Select Grocer and Caterer Jces Corner Richmond Ky A Pleasant Pill No Pill is as pleasant and positive as Do Witts Little Early Riaf rs Do Witts Little Early Risers are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak enjoy their cleansing effect mile strong people say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by East End Drug GJ THE WELLDRESSED WOMAN wears u Suit Jacket or Cloak from the PRINCE TAILORING CO Orders taken and full line of samples by jJDepot Miller House fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle PtopwMain St Richmond Ky Williams ill better prepsI ed tban ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean inK and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Vain Street Berea KyI Fight Will Bo Bitter closingtheir NowDiscovorya long and bitter fight with theIrttroubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T RBeall4- l of Beall Mire has to say List fall my wife had every symptom or con cDiscoeryfailed Improvement canto at once and four JOUles entirely cured hnr CoPrice 1reeft u rr lEiUtrattmtal Jl1iiibilitiri nf Qnllrgt At111rtirliI By JAMES W MACE JRIPresident of Interscholastic Athletic League ITJ T SEEMS to me that the aim of school authorities should be to make not only men of brain but wellbalanced men men of strong minds with strong able bodies to help and sustain them in their life work and I believe that a properly supervised course of athletics in connection with the regular schoolwork would produce this desirable combi nationThe question of the good resulting from athletics it the public schools is one whichmuch nay be said for or against When we consider the great good that is to be derived from the ordinary sports it seems a pity that they cannot be so conducted as to make opposition to them unreasonable The strongest opposition is that they take the boys time and prevent proper prepara tion To meet this we insist that each boy of each team must be do ing satisfactory work in a liberal number of studies and if he is fail ing to meet this requirement he is prohibited from representing th school in athletic contests The great end of school work now is brain development but think physical development should receive attention also In looking over an assemblage of secondary school boys one can scarcely fail to notice the number of small diminutive frames stooped shoulders and drawn faces he can hardly help feeling that something is lacking that something should be done for the bodies that arc to support sties brains that are being developed wore and more every day of the school life It would to my mind be a highly commendable act if the school authorities would set aside a portion of the regular school time to be devoted to athletics or if that seems inadvisable to give credit for a regularly conducted course of instruction in athletics after school hours in other words to offer an inducement to the boys to claret p their physiques which will otherwise be nearly or entirely neglect- edIfIf is exercised in selecting the athletic instructor pr coach the boys who arc under him will be stronger have more confluence judgment decision and manliness at the end of the season and they will have received a training and start in the direction of good citizen ship that they probably could not have obtained in any other way The school authorities require and also the various leagues to which most schools belong require that all play shall be conducted on a clean wholesome and gentlemanly basis and a violation of this re quirement results in disqualification of the offending player from fu ure participation in school games This power of disqualification is left with impartial games officials and the extremely limited numbci of disqualifications indicates that the games are being conducted under sportsmanlike conditions The school teams with which I am familiar are in charge of regu lar teachers of the schools and from the fact that the boys evidently desire such directors and in my own case are always ready and anx ious to receive suggestions would seem to indicate that tlaplayers themselves wish the sport to be conducted on lines conducive to the most desirable and beneficial results My experience with high school athletes has been that they are uniformly bighearted courteous and gentlemanlyI seen cases of boys changed in the course of a season from bashful timid very ordinary individuals to confident forceful and olio gether better and stronger young men and I have no doubt that the training and experience they received in the trials of skill andstrength will be the means of making then men of whom their schools will feel justly proud in alter years Nrrbi fur Nruiia wr firkBy WHITELAW REID Editor of The New York Tribune JOIUSII The average ncwspa jwr man the great dailies is far better educated today than years ago hut the standardof is likely the next to years to higher still We may next look for whatever will facilitate wide acquisition and persuasive expression You must first know things and know where find things and next lieu to interest people in your way of telling things and your reasoning bout them Knowledge rettl knowledge not n smattering of a history of your country is indispensable and no historical knowledge will tome amiss Constitutional and international law at least you must know and if you can take n full law course so much the teller newtllmIpersand Spanishbecomes every year more desirable Finally let me remind you that the nran who succeeds is a man ho has not undervalued what he has undertaken This workwe have considered is as varied as exciting and as responsible as any known to our modern civilization if not also the most potential for good or ill It culls for patience for moderation for quick and accu ate perception for deliberate judgment for resolute purpose and for what the politicians call staying power No man who cannot like the pugilist take punishment has any business it No man who lets his nerves run away with his ice cold judgment has any business in it 1ziri itt ani tIlt Iff Dy MRS IIC Ith IJreu lroD1IDe wowan Club on 3O qualification in be in in Parents should know the teachers of their children better than they do now and teachers on the other hairl should know the parents If they arc to have the largest amount of freedom and discretion in dealing with the child Together parent and teacher should discuss the child and together should work for his moral as well as his intellectual advancement The system under which the child receives his physical training at home his mental training at the publir schools and his moral training once a week at the Sunday school is all wrong because it is insufFi icnt and does not give to the child the adequate preparation it nerds in- oping with the complexities of life in the years to come Moral training should be a part of the school life of the child and this condition can only be realized satisfactorily where the parents the teachers are brought together in close bonds of sympathy and ooperation The Quarterly Review Sundiy School Lesson Iorflec81904 =Ilnpnrccl by the Highway and 1 tVpj rlcht nw by J alUxm- QOIUKN TEXT Thou shalt worihln the lord thy Cod and 111m oniy uliuit thou serveLuke 4c The Period of Time Tho lessons of the fourth Quarter have carried us over Whoa 176 years of the history of and Israel from S9G to 721 Years that arc strikingly marked light J and shadow by the revelation pedR dom of Israeli It was only about years after Israels removal that No uchadncMar laid Jerusalem waste an carried her inhabitants captive to Dab ylon ProphetsThe Isaiah figure largely In the lessons of the lute quarter The Ural pro are devoted t 1I thekingdom of Israel Jornru the son of EIIIIcrlIreigns of Joram Jehu Jchonhnx and Jonsh or Johonsh kings of Israel Tho Incidents of the lesson on Tho Wid BurineR as those of the lesson on Kllsha arid Naaman and probably those of the lesson on Klicha at Dothaji ThOM of the lesson on Kllsha and the Shun ammlto occurred probably much later in his ministry although the date is was distinctly a prophet of Judah as Klliha was of Israel and began to prophecy about 700 Ii C or some years after Kllsbas death Jonah Amos and Rosen tilled In the In tervonln years between these two great prophets Two letaons are taken from Isfllah one concerning Judah and tbe other Israel Two kings of ludah are given nteclal place In the lessons of the Quarter Joash to whom two leg kl8IThe Kings of Judah and Israel The following diagram Is a continua lion of the one given In the tar Quarterly Review The length of the reigns o the kings in given In parentheses follow Ing the names of thi kiI IRevlw Methods There ran be little ecHtlnnlty In Ihtr treatment of the lessons of the Quarter save in the ease of the tint five which concern the history of Illliha A re view which would not Include a charst tar study of this great prophet would certainly be defective A comparison of the characters methods sad rilitlnetlv scrvhts of the two prophets Elijah and ntliba would be Interesting and iroflt able Let sores one prepare such a paper to read to the wheel Fur a blackboard ex rclte tat the itronc anil weak points of the charai teak of the two paofibeti Uf enumerated by the school and placed upon the board I The prophet Isaiah wits Rivet two ftftmIllPtlrla1ministry of this prophet Inasmuch us the historyof Israel bllerIKingdom should be traced In such a way an to bring out strikingly the relation of Clint and effect the beginning and the development of the moral and spiritual decline and final destruction The lessons on Joanh anti lleieklnli may bo used to point the contrast between the moral slid spiritual eonlllloll theIThe geography of the logons should not be neglected As preliminary the review work In class or general for all the school let an outline map of the country he drawn on paper or the black board and then mark In the places and probable places met with In the lessons ns they are nmned by the scholars Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God and Him only shalt thou serve Worship serve the Lordorship Involves the attitude of the heart towards God service the expression of the life Worship Is the hearts storage battery Service Is the dynamo set In motion by the power within Worship alone Is sentiment and feeling without result like escaping steam with Idle engine and walling train Worsllp plus service gives tho total of Gods require ments of man The elements of true worship are faith submission aspira WllJlnSjobedteoce r RUINS HAWAIIAN NATIVES Temperance Worker Points Out Ho Drink Has Caused Destruc tion of n Hardy Race Rev W D Weslervclt formerly presidentCIslands was in Columbus 0 recent urgnnlrcorning the needs of temperance work tirho possessions Mr Westervolt said catslmay Gte decrease In Population during the century and the authenticated fact t such a condition Is duo primarily utTiwtpurl oR length century the native population the Islands was 400000 while toda it Is on 36000 Including half castes IThefe people like all scmlclvllliei races are naturally addicted to the Iof Intoxicants One hundred years ag whalers and sailors of all nationality began the Importation of liquor and con viols taught crude provcascs of dlatllllng They would boll potatoes or stipar cam IIn a covered kettle allowing the stun to enter a gun barrel This would coo the steam and the liquid obtained by th cooling protose had Intoxicating prop art less The towns In the islands being moot ly Maport towns were continuo touched by the sailors of all nation a IKCHM of groat rioting became a oomm thing when liquor could be obtained Today the large government Iranrporli always stop at Hawaii giving the sol dies en route for the IhUlpplnes a fev days seat The debauches among t soldier In the lower class of salon reader temperance regulations necee aary The tatabllshraenl of Camp Ir ICInley and the continual Incroato In th number of marines and soldiers on tin Island creolea a third demand for aeti work nut It la the native himself thai unties most Klag Ilanebameba III oa a of 1at nails irnUtv war himself a re epigramt 01 noting ieatb llefor8thIawa root the evil M whle was Bof lm In comparison What we want a closer orgaalsn lion Our work la a personal gift with out remuneration sad we peed super a tendenta to systematise thlags t a personally In addition to my league nertlona the sa rtnteadat of the Hawaiian board of missions stud time li Inadequate for the satisfactory petforlo ate of the enormous duties and oppor tuultlca of the Held The public schools are compelled t- ltb temperance as n ubJlct In the c- urleulumN r Y Herald IA DRUNKARD SAVED now the Power of the Christ Reached MfRIm northeast of Scot la ad la a picture o our Saviour and the ftaherman thus t11 its story- was way down with the drink he Mid whoa one night I went Into picturei the bartender Sell me that picture thU la no pore for the Saviour I gave him all the money hai for It and took It home Then as looked at It the word of my mother came back to mo IonItake me out uf all my sent No such prayer la ever unanswered Today that flherroa Is the grand oat man In that little SNItch village Ho was caked If he had no struggle to give up liquor Such a look of exultation flAIl over his face ns he answered When such a Saviour comas Into the heart lie takes love of drink right out of Ithams horn- TEMPERANCE FACTS The claarette la the devils torchlight 1ulfed Presbyterian The doxology will not chanyc II moral character of alcohol Now Pule Can use who sneers at blue laws PresbyterianIfor Groat railroad corporations have come to the conclusion that obor be djbIngCity otllclalll of Croolston Mlnn are saleItug been discovered that It Is a ve common practice In curtain saloons In that city to sell to all customers reo gardless of ago Alcohol today strikes a crust from the linn of a starving child and tu morro levies tribute from the guvernme itself Vile Stuff A Dodge City la bootlegger admits that he made most of the stuff he sold ns whisky Ills formula was One gallon of alcohol two gallons of water ono pound of pruned halt a pound of tobae ami an ounce of glycerine Moll t prunes and squeeze the juice out and the sumo with the tobacco and thorough mix This he says proudly mak a fine drink and Is warranted to do t work lie used to It In cans to DollJiU811IcionNlltlOn3J Ad Vacate CAUSES OF DRINK EVIL Physician Names Dill Hygienic Con Ultlons Overcrowdingand Poor Food At a recent meeting of the Median Psychological uatoclatlan of Great llrltaln and Ireland Dr W C Sullivan pointed out that chronic alcoholism and rot simple drunkptitioea wax thu cause of moil of the social suffering wIhle to Intemperance Then he pro Cfwlm to point out the causes of the two forms of Intemperance The IrI- Inent portion of Ills address are sum of mnrlied by the New York Medical iW of onl- nn Drunkenness lit Its simple form wai ly the result malnlor convivial drink a ing of the drinking that went with rn conditions of relative luxury It warn In generally Intermittent and did sot tend much toward chronic alcoholism Ise It was quite different with the tart oral drinking which might bo formed Indus sat trial drinking the drinking that went lint with lad hygienic conditions over to crowding Instilllclent or unattractive fl food overwork and to on It wash characteristic of this form of drinking of that It went on during working hours and that It was moro or luea In BUD dilution of food It might not ease drunkenness except Indirectly hut It use Inevitably led to chronic aloobollaM o In site prMi rous mining illotrlcta there was much drunkonnuaii but llMltj nlcuholUm and the lame mlKhl he saiii to n lesser extent of the agricultural district m On the other head In tho mannfte luring towns In width tho industrial ill condltloiiH won lua favomWe there was much alroUollam and In the rws IKrte In which these conditions were at their wore alrohollem aloohollc suicide and crime reached lblr high adset development In slue towna the in alcoholism was nceompanleil tay much drunkenness though the dyunknaa Will scot the iattue uf the alcoholism but lark were etitvta of a conttrep ranee In the Inilnatrlal rondltloM Su be lletlra of drankennn therefore were us uf no value Iua measure of alcoholism If Prop a social inilnt of view otwviv lal dranhenneai was at once much km Important aatl much easier is chick than was Indus trial alcohollawi The re remedy for the latter form of drinking was to rube the standard of living and something wsht also be dons bye restricting the farllltlea for ohialnlac itlrobol during working hours by par riding hygletlc ubitliutee sad by a sae and temperate tearhlac aa to lbw v proprr ties and limitations of alcohol t WHY IS IT Some QuMttona ami Their Plata and Frank AHCWertMg bj n leaate pernnee Jevnuil ala people are aaklsjg wky Tho IttelMJn has travMcd you not A Hi ilea Why to UM aaloo M troy rtrenched Why are ao muy good wtrmle bet err community iBdlffereat to Ma ItLf ageat Why do they not trie IN rlghteou Indignation lad Mam 1 It outf- It la pot because the ravafes to drink are unknown It la not becftUM the a4raataga of sobriety are unfaMUUr It la not bwauae the aaloaiia preUril to be anything bat a SawUaa aboeaioii u tines It la not btranee most persons la ss cry community would not fladry be free trow the ruin which It always pra moteL t Then why U It permitted to pre It Is because of the runtmerclallini of the liquor traJflc Millions of dot Inra are Invested In the business Tbe distiller and the brewer are interested max who owns the kaooa building U Intercstril Tho general government interested because of the tax sunup It Jh col eo is The corporation la Interested because tho llconfo mosey help to pay olllclala sad build roads and sidewalks Worldly tMialneM men are Interented because of the money vfc the brow or anti the aaloonlsl spend And many Christian business user taU to make war on the saloon because they know that curb n war road stlenate the brewer and the ssloonln and thus contrail the volume of profttaMe trade Yes sir It la the money centered la the whisky btwltuiss which makes It ao overwhelmingly icnaontlal Tithe away hi commorclal element and you rob It of Its chlof awed honecome the beginning of too ondMatlonal Advocate The Table That Liquor Spreads Vlljnly to a saloon In search of her hiu ham She found him there sad setting a covered dish which she had brought saidryou are too busy to com home to dinner have brought you yours and departed With a laugh tho man Invited lea friends to dine with him but on rom nllog the cover from the dish ho foundra slip of paper on which waa ten I hope you will enjoy your meal It Is the same as your family have at homo Sometimes Does Mrs Chngwutrr Jotliih In this artl saloonshWhat does local option meant ltyostbmevlagttbtmtehUoChfuSQTribune FUMIGATING SEED GRAIN lox in Which It May De Treated tot Fumes of Carbon Bisulphide to Kill Insects The great damage to the Canada Meld pea seed by the rca wcovll led to ex periments by the Ontario college for a cheap and effective method of combat Ing the evil The box shown below Is the result of three experiments The peas Are placed In this box and fumigated with blaulptmto of carbon This style of box has been In use At the station for seven years It la five feet long three feet wide and three teat deep and is capable of holding 30 bushels of peas II M1OATINO IIOX Their method of treatment Is given Ill follows Immediately after threshing the IIPn wore put Into cotton and jute begs As loon as Jo bushels of peas were threshed they were placed In n fumigation tax for treatment One pound of carbon bl iiilphlde wai pvurtd out Into three lint tale which were placed on the top of the peat the rover II then put on the box and weighted with heavy tones After IS hours the cover was remove and the box ventilated The pans hat Jerome dry u the liquid had cbntifioi I Into a Rat which being muck heavier than air hail sunk down n in on the peas penetrating them and killing tin weevilsThe IIt of carton bltiilphlde IIIId by u wai larger than that usually rocom mmitled Ii a or a pound and a half kI icnerally contlderrd iiiltklont for 100 lNMh li of peas but we wished to err on the safe aide Carbon blmilpliltle may lw purchaiod IB stall quantities from Miy draMlat at about 30 rents per pound or IS scats per Hut For latwr quau tltlM tlftlr rates tin b given by the tfntmlit The Rap or vapor which come from carbon bisulphide Is not only rombiitlb tint It It very explosive whin nixed with air Great rare utto ia therefore be taken tu treat the pea In tlw tlajrtlm only for a Unlit or a attn erf any kind brought near the liquid may CMNM a serious explosion and smoking Mar It should be positively prohibited Moreover the vapor should not too In baled ai It livery lojurlou even a amai lortlon ranting headache ftddlneM lutcl bAUiea The treatment with carton blialpbldi nhOHld be tad In boxPe barrels or btiKboutf located some dlUlnnrt from tb tararcd building on the farm With the strict observance of the 11ft ffMllBf precautions no on should heal tale in aw the carbon bisulphide Aa a water of fart gays the Prairie Farmer we have never heard of any bad rsan its following ItA use In the treatment of IIRL When pure It will not Injure or Main the tintit goods The routmrrda liquid has an acrid taste and an odor like that of rotten eggs Tho vapor is more than Itfc times ai heavy all nlr Any tight box or barrel may he timed fur this parpoM and the principal of fumigation may 1M extend to any kind of seed grain or other articles that are attacked by nay kind of lotpcts s ORCHARDIrTli Combination la hood an a Small But Not on a Large t Scale kItit frequently atinrled that orchard f infj and iKialtry raising go toiciher This iwrhaiw Is true on a small scale lint wo can hardly contrive of a great 7rvsnanaerela orchard comprising bun tlrwh of nero of Itnd going made also s a poultry ranKC In such a easy the iKmblnatlon would be overtone an the shade from the tree belli constant WijHld militate pgnlnit the health of tin fowln On a amvll scale the rornlllnaUon- a happy one The fcsvw and wormtan eaten by the fowls and the r tae forms a handy Adjunct to the feeding uperaUcnn Tae gram II nut wantrO anyway In tn e orchard and If the will try ian keep It down no much th better It will then not be necessary to even rau the weed rr over the ground tu keep Ua weeds from becoming a nuisance The plum orchard Is a uwy fond Mnc of orchard in which to kcvjt poultry as the limbs at the trees du not tllIu tort lOa much sun from the birds We have eon jwniltry yards of shall sire in each one cf which was a single plum tree growling and thhring There le iu reason why trees In such location slmtild not fjvt j hp nCy fruitful They are cer tain I cr of rt becoming grass twundFarmra K vjev GRIST Farming Is poor business whcu the fanning Is poor Much labor and expense may be tavrd by planning ahead of time By using the drill for sowing the depth bl covering Is uniform and there li no lots of seed Never lot the farm work or abet stand still or retrograde but Keep both progressing ctcadily lThe value cf wood ashes In the or rltard and of real ashes cu heavy wet clay can hardly bt overestimated According to the cxeptrs report on crop valuation for tU year the total value of all crops will exceed 5i73 tNOO THE VENTILATED STABLE It la the Only Healthful Flats la Which to Keep Live Stock Some Suggestions No one attempts to deny thn Impor tance of ventilation In the stable The removal of foul gases and a constant supply of fresh air are Just as necessary to tho thrift of cattle as loodIand yet the best memos of this about remains to a great extent an unsolved problem Tho requirements says A P Ketch en In Orange Judd Farmer of a good system of ventilation are A constant change of air In the stable the Introduction and distribution of fresh air without drafts tho liberation of the fresh air at tho window near the heads of the cattle In such a manner that they may breathe It before It Is diluted with foul gases the removal ol foul air without condensation and drlJlJllngI 011IhetenInch tile or a wooden box about ten inches square running under the floor tho whole length of the feeding alley This will admit enough fresh air for 16 cattle If more are to be supplied a conduit placed on each Hide of thn feeding alley will be generally eiilllclont The malu Jnlet Is tapped opposite each pair of cattle by tho distributing pipes These load Into the mangers and ore placed close against the part ing blocks their open ends being prevented from plugging with dirt by a leather Sap or some other device The foul air la carried off by means of ventilating nhafts leading from the ceiling of the stable unit throui the roof Most farmers now run the pur Inn heel straight from the floor to the purlin Hoslcle those posts Is a very convenient place for the ventilating flues they are out of the way and they are not to readily chilled aIwhen placed against the side of the barn KxceMlve chilling of these foul air outlets not only reduces the eon nection current but condenses moisture causing It to drip These foul air outlets should be of good alas and should extend well up beyond the ridge of the barn If they are not carried far enough above the roof the current will often be In tho wrong direction and Instead of act lag aa out leu the wind will some times force a strong draft of told air down Into the backs of the cattle just ns a chimney that la too short will sometimes cause a store to smoke Ry this method the fresh air Is ad mitted III In a furnace below the beating arm It ii distributed evenly and without drafts and II liberated at the heads of the cattle string them a chance to use It before It hue been dilated with the polnomms gases of the stable AI It is heated by Inhala thou and by the heat radiating from the bodies of the animals convection currents are sent up toward the cell lag and out through the foal air shafts This system is automatic In Its action the more stock In the sta ble the stronger the convection stir rest WOOLLESS SHEEP Queer Animal from the Barbndoes to Be Experimented With on Farm in South Sheep raising In the southern part of tile United States never hiss been an Important industry About n year apo Sir Daniel Morris Urltlsh commissioner of agriculture for A VOOItK8S KWK West Indies called the attention of Secretary Wilson to the woollens sheep of the Uarbadoes and It was decided to make n trial importation The lot consisting of four ewes and one ram have arrived and are now at the Arllimton farm near Washington soon to Lo runt south lot trial WINDOW GARDEN FERNS Care and Interest Alone Essential- to Grow Ferns in the House Of all the green thins1 that vend to Ihe with us In our furnac- healed ganllithtcd houses perhaps none adapt themselves more readily to conditions far removed from nature han turns MJB a writer In Countr Life In America It Is ustonUlilug how many ncmlngly Immutable laws can be discreetly disregarded if the love fur growing things is sufficiently strong to make a way Shade moisture and a mild temperature the books worn tin are essentials of sac ess in glowing ferns As a matter of fact fern boxes have given satisfaction for rare under the most trying con ditions and the only secret of sUect s Is to bt Interested In ferns Sooner or liter the peculiar beauty of ferns takes hold of one Nature made ferns for pure ieavea said Thoreau Diversify Dlvcrilfy Plan to raise at least Irulls and vegetables enough jr home uie Special farming or ono crop farming Is well enough in lie place UpOIJIt PAItAORAPITIC PERSONALS The late Ceorgn G Vast left an estate of 160000 Manuel Garcia at one lime n noted singer Is living In London Ho Is 101 years old Mrs Louise G Smith whose mother was a sisterof Thomas Jefferson Is dead at Louisville Although 85 years old Mrs Sarah McLaughlin of Lynn Mats duce a good days work binding shoes Hon Manuel Lucualno Diaz seers lary of public works for Cuba Is In this country for the purpose of studying Improved railroad methods Dr Chrysandcr formerly private sec retary to the great Dlsmarck Is a patient in a lunatic asylum at Hamburg Ho- Buffers from fits of nervousness Seymour G Gourlay lately defeated for parliament In Canada distinguished himself while a member of that hotly for his bitter attack on the United States Henry M Delllnger of Washington D C halo and heart at the age ot 183 fitted up the telegraphs experiment at Washington for Morse the in ventor of the telegraph John HolllngBhcad a famous London theater manager who died recently Is credited with the discovery of the col laborative genius of Wl S Gilbert and the late Sir Arthur Sullivan Paul de Cassagnac the prominent Donapartlst deputy and journalist and once the most nolotlous duelist In France died November Ho was fit years old and began his Journalistic career at the age of 19 MEDICAL MENTION In the latest form of hospital con structlon there are no corners or angles In the wall which may catch dust A corrMpondont v rltlng to on ex agoladllielltilled with Ice water and applied to the base of the brain The number of medical journals InI Germany Is extraordinarily large stilt on the Increase At tho end of 103 there were 280 and ton moro were add ed In the nine months following A French physician Dr Fotienult has found that in 11048 deaths inveeli gntod by him 759 or seven per cent resulted from cancer lie could not ono that heredity was a factor In tho cause of the disease Dr IHward Smallwood strongly adI vocate motorlng as a positive cure for sleepleMnes and also as excellent for phthisis for neurasthenia and for all complaints of a oonsumptlve JlatmII Its a splendid thing for asthma bettor cure than any yet devised for that widespread dlsotuo business worry The Urltlsh Medical Journal states that the legacy of J12CUOO left by the Irof Pntchmanii of Vienna tllI IIat8 University of Lelpalc JI to be to the study of the history of ILlsllropoted to found a historical mnscnm of medicine sad a special seminary for training persons In medicohistorical research and in historiography LIGHT IACONICSi The mot ojcporienccd shopper tever gets a bargain at a church fair A woman doesnt require nearly so much material to make trouble as she 4100 to make a droll A man who gets down on his knew to propose will be there for the teat of his life If ho Is accepted- A girl always thinks a man Is truth ful whim he tolls her that she Is bean tlful oven whoa she know she Isnt It takes a smart tuna to catch a wid ow but any young thing with big blue eyes and an Innocent look cart capture a widower MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Doc 10 CATTLKConltuol 12 60 3 85 Heavy stools OS 66CA11KSExtra Iii 7 2f- IIOCS Ch puckers SO 4 65 Mixed pncKerH 4 40 ti SO SJlmllxtm 4 IR tl 4 R- GLAMBSIxtnl fi 25 St- iFIOUH Spring last 10 fli 2- 511IIRATNo 2 rod Qf t 181- 1CORNNo No 3 winter fj 12 2 mixed Ij 4- 7OATSNo No2 white 471 2 mixed KYH 31 No 2 SI fl S HAY Ch timothy tj113 00- IOHK Clcnr IIIOBS ij12 75 LAHI Stoam jHUTTKIl Ch dairy I 1C Cholco cronniory tltl 28 AIMLKS Choice 2 50 j1 00 IOTATOKS Per bbl TOIUCCO Now 5 00 j 13 00 0111I 50 Jjil4 75 Chicago KIOUII Wlntor pat 5 10 5 30 15eCORN Nor 2 mixed 47471 i OATSNo2 mixed 28hfj 28ii- 11YB No 2 1OKK Muss 11 37ill 50- LAKU Stcani S5 New York KlOim Win Bfrts 5 25 JJ 5 45 WHKAT No 2 rod 171 i COUNNo2 mixed d C2 OATS No 2 mixed 34V 35- IOHK Family 14 50 615 00 LARD Slcaui j 30 BallimoreJ CATTLISleeve 3 75 25 S1IKIJ1 No fat 1 00 ro LAMBSClwice 14 00 CALVES Cholco 76 HOJS Urossed 00 itt Louisville W1IBAT No 2 red 0 14 COIIN No 2 inlxuiU G6y- OATSNo 2 mixed It 331- 6PORKMuss ftn 00 IAUO Steam 7OU IndianapollliVHRATNo 2 relf118ICORN No 2 OATSNo 2 mixed 32 33 Buggy or Carriage Harness F 1NE WEATHER and floe roads Invite you lo drive both for pleasure nod pro fit Does your Harness look as well as rest of your turnout or is it ehaLby and thus detract from the appearanceIf rOilY way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage liar ness from Our Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old liar ness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont coat much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Kv A Costly Mlstakb Blunders are sometimes very expen sive Occasionally life itself is the price ot a mistake but roiill never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizzines Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 2 w East End Drug Co Iat u TOMBSTONESand IOIVlng to poor h ahem Iam forced to closo out my entire stock to quit business t have 25 sets of tho fuo Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell at gren ly reduced prices Hen is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be filled promptly Write or call for deigns and prices Berea Filonumenta Works S McOUIRE Prop Boren Ky MONUMENTSUrn Cranlta and UrbU 1Wmll of till hinds Bono in noilunnullko uiHiinor at ren eanahle prices and with ilinpnlrh 111work guns sutetal bJ GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky rvf i nl Mulii sod riillln fUtrtt Hh H Bowaro of Countorfolts DoWitvn lathe only genuine Witch Hazel Salvo writes J L Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my family for files Cuts and Burns for years and cnu recommend It to be the Slave on tits market Every family should keep it as it is an in valuable household remedy and should always be kept on hand for GageIfever 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 BURl Salve which has completely cured mo It is wonderful relief DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo euros wi hout leaving a scar Sold by East End Drug Co To Citizens of Berea VicinityIMy shop Is the most complete and up to date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for moat prominent people of Beroa and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will Lave prompt attention and charges paid one way- S G FRANKLIN Ml Vernon KyIREVIBCKOE Hank of Mt Vernon t ndedBereaPLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OP ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with ngriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses lending to county Certificate State Certificate and Stato Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate tlegrce8IMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a fret gift Students pay a small incident nl fee to meet expenses of the school impart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks mayba brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring them of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ron INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS Toe SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Aiadisbn County Ky Madison County Roller Mills 1I01IoJlo1I1II Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be I hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour MloW Potts Duerson Whites Station Ky tI r a 0 DYSPEPSIA CUFE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The s 00 tIJec tair 26 nme the tdai iich tells for 50 seats rUAftaD THE cr E C DcWITT COBPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLEI RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect May 1904 OuliB North Train 4 l allj Leave H rea348 a m Arrive Richmond 4 12 n m Arrive Paris F 28 m Arrive Cincinnati 7 60 n m iolns Xurtli II Train II llally Leave Bclla12r p m Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive PurN 31S p tu Arrive Cincinnati rOCX p m Gtilns oath Train tally Leave HIreaI IIp m Arrive Livingston 2 05 p m- tlolnc Soiilh Train 3 Dull Leave Hero 1124 p m Arrive Livingston 12 30 a m Train Xo 1 sad No u rnike con DSjtiou Hi L vn78t ui for Jellico and tha South with NJ 21 anti Xo 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON I Dentist si TtoA Frlfihtonod Horso Running like mad down the sheet dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occur ronces It behooves everybody to have n reliable Salvo handy and heros none nn good ns Duckleua Arnica Salvo Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect J5c at East Eud Drug Co n No Moro Suffering If you troubled with indigestion get a bottle of Ivodol Dyspepsia Cure and eel how quickly it will cure you Geo A Thomson of Spencer lai 8ayfiIInvolid Dyspepsia fort vonty years My case was almost hop lss Kodol Dyfipepia Cure was recom mende1toll I tired a few bottles of it and it ii the onlv thing that hn3 re ieved me Would not bo wit hunt it Have tUjctorpil with local itlijHciana and also at Chic go and even went to Norway wiih hopes of getting some relief but Kodal Dyspepsia Cure in he only leiu dv that tins done me nuj good and heHrily rrcouruend jt Every ppron Hiifffiing with Indigestion or OvspHm should use it Sold bv Iwst End Drtiif roo WHY MOT GO FARTHERWhen Worlds Fair jeura half The Sonthw l in Inviting The crip aregomlcomlitluui and piiupeci were rtil olllOrluIItfor Jr Rate ate low Round ttit iickrn on ia rollows W Cltynrnison Austin Dallas Fort co Worth 16 Moujton Sin Antonio =Ualvefton and al l Intermedlate point From ChicagoaoooLib- eral Limits StopOers Alloved For cmtlhlnc new In printed matter KatyStFAST TRAINS St Louis to Texas Knty Fnlr SprcUl fie The Katy tlyer at 838 t Dh wvyvPPr t t r rt t SMOKELESS1 Stake oM Inane bnnl uke new tliy1S iS be amwyrd with the old Land when blakacl insr OAIUuStedkodorsd old a ner Yt v1ttjSaendnsaor with t rutsrotnTour yoolt flat or tuUhln noktIek 1Ub stSi i tit mit 4 j Berea and Vicinity b f GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t t r r r r I I I t t t t I I H I I I I I I I I I I I 1111 I IIIIIl f T Estmcr Hudson was in Livingstor last week iltij 1 W Stephens spent two days in Richmond lust week Mulvin Pearson of Xenin Ohio arrived Monday to enter school Sam Mason and family expect soon to make Richmond their home 1Mrs Osborne and son Ralph were painrullsick the first pert or the week with Alson Baker and wife of Panolu were in town Friday and Saturday Mr Baker tecomesM D in June largottimeting which ho is conducting in 1Towa Hubbell preached at the Parish House last Sundaymorning and Pres Frost preached at night in the TabernacleThe Supper given by the Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church was largely attended and a good time enjoyed by all Rev Dr Bow the greatest Baptist preacher in Kentucky paid Berea an unexpected visit and preached last Sunday morning and night Miss Jennie Hanson had a severe fall on Ladies Hall steps Saturday night Although considerably bruised she is getting along nicely Pres Frost last week visited our coloredstudents who are in Fisk University and Knoxville College and reports that theyare doing re markably well Dr Barton of Oak Park Ill arrived Monday noon He gave the weekly lecture in the Tabernacle Tuesday noon His subject was Our Pilgrim Fathers Dr Cowley is away for a short time studying certain eye troubles which he finds common amongour students Mrs Cowley is visiting aj her home in New York State Mrs E L Hanson left Tuesday noon EdrEast Bernstadt to the wedding of her son C F Hanson and Miss Sallie Pearl Mrs Hanson returned Wednesday noon J R Young represented Berea at a meeting in Lexington of College baseball managers for Kentucky Dec 10 Plans were laid for a sched tile and a good season of clean sport is the ditching for the water works on South Main street quite a strong plow of gas was encountered A test was mado by Tutor Rumold and the gas found to be goal what there was of it Mr C F Hanson was married Wednesday morning at the home of the bride to Miss Sally Pearl of Al tamont Ky The bridal pair will spend a few weeks in Louisvillo and Illinois and then e at home in Berea after Jan Holliday Short real estate agents sold to Mr A L Chappell of Leslie county 43i acres of fine farming laud on Otter Creek near Ford We most heartily welcome Mr Chappell to our countyand truly hope success will be his Work on water works is fast nearing completion Water was turned on in Ladies Hall last week Dur ing the time that streets and yards were torn up several had the ago gravating experience of making close acquaintance with a ditch some oven investigating one to the very bottom The Arts and Crafts exhibition by homespun cooking sowing and wood work departments was held Thurs tiny Friday and Saturday of last week in the Industrial building Also samples of library work and bookbinding The whole was ad mirable and very interesting to the many attending- MesdatnesOggand Coddington de lightfullyentertaiued the Ladies Missionary Society yesterday afternoon at regulujed to the diningroom where tables were sot for twenty guests A bounti ful several course dinner was served to them anti a very enjoyable time I was had by all The Sundayschool the Colored Schoolhouse and its conductor are rejoicing over tho presence of a new organ of which mention was made last week The organ came as a gift secured through tho efforts of Pres Frost Sunday the 4th a vote of thanks was extended to Pres Frost und others who are doing so much to make the school n success Huts Hats Hats at costC J Hanson Co Notice- Taken up as stray Three hogs two red and one white weight about 80 pounds Owner can have those hogs by paying all charge 1I J PAWLET Tho Senate Committee on Militar Affairs has authorized a faomhler port on the nomination of Col Alberl L Mills to Brigadier General Tho nomination failed confirmation at the last session of Congress Senator Platt of New York an nouuced that he would introduce a bill in Congress seeking to reduce the electoral vote of certain States How to Mnke Plum Inddlnn Sauce A sauce without brandy Is made as follows One tablespoonful of corn starch one tablespoonful of butter one pint of bolting water one egg onehalf cup of sugar Iut cornstarch egg and sugar In n bowl ami mix them well Pour over them the boiling water and stir over the lire until thick AtM any flavoring How to Tlnr Simpdrniran- SnniMlragon In n Christmas game handed down from time Immemorial A broad shallow bowl hits it quantity of raisins In the bottom anti over these alcohol or brandy Is poured and Ignit ed The dish Is then passed every hotly In turn trying to take n raisin from the flames It requires rapidity K movement and n certain amount of rourage to crforiu this tnt the entire company meanwhile singing the an dent song Here he comes with flowing bowl Dont he mean to take his to1l1 Snip Snap Drnison Take care you do not take too much Be you greedy In your clutch Snip Snap DraRon how tn Stake Mutton Tallow For family use buy the fat nearest the kidneys cut It up In Inch squares put It In the oven In n spider or baking tin nnd let It cook till the clear fat separates from the scraps Then strain It oft Into u dish to cool Beef tallow is uude the some way and Is n sure remedy for Ingrowing nail How to Thaw Frozen Green It often happens that Christmas preens are frozen In transit In such cases put them nt once Into a very cool dark cellar where they can thaw out very gradually The temperature should not he allowed to exceed 45 de green P Frozen holly Is very little damaged if Intelligently treated but u single night In n warm express car may cause It to turn black Mistletoe and wild htnllax are much more susceptible to frost Injury The Califor nia holly Is not a memlxT of the holly but of the rose family It is not hardy In New England but Is worth cultivat lag In all parts of the south How to dent AVorited Slipper To clean worsted slippers or shoes such us are worn by Invalids in the bedroom on the steamer and as a pro tection over dainty satin or kid even lag slippers remove the soles antI bows and Immerse the slippers In gasgllne Shake out thoroughly on taking from the jar nnd put In the nlr to dry Girls if you choose to win n suitor get a fascinator at C J Hanson Cos 11 I I I II II II I FHIttii College Items HERE AND THERE Miss Josephine Allen is sick at the hospitalThe is being put on tho stake room of the new library v Tutor Lewis was absent from classes for several days tho past week the result of grip Mrs Hoag is confined to her room with a sprained ankln but hopes to be out in a few days Rumor had it that tho West Vir ginia boys intended visiting here during the holidays but they write that the plan has fallen through The A Rhetorical Class is planning a big attraction for the closing xer cises of tho term Wednesday night Dec 21 Prof Dodge is wearing a mysterious air Rev W D Smith made us a short visit leaving Monday night for his pastorate at Brunswick Neb On his way to Kentucky he visited Rov- E A Potter who is pastor of a Congregationalchurch in Omaha Neb and is also teaching in a com mercial school there On Wednesday Nov 80th 1904 Miss Beulah Leo and Mr Fred M Judson were united in marriage Rev W W Deal officiating Tho bride is one of tho popular teachers in the Weiser schools her homo being in Urbana Ohio This is her second year in Weiser and she has endeared herself in tho hearts of all our peo plo by her personal grace and accomplished efforts in the school work Mr Judson who is foreman of tho World office is one of Woisers ster ling young men and is receiving tho hearty congratulations of friends on his advent into the order of beno diets Woisor Ida UorW Ko Illddlrntrrrv In court not In Jail In hole not In wall In sour not In nwcot In vine not In wheat In seed not In In tree not In nod In more not In leas In care not In rest In summer not In winter Whole In u frHtlvc nenioti Xo 40V Ilhomliold Across 11 famous poet 2tnx bus 8 Entertainment given 4 liar tiered 5 More than twentyfour cul endar mouths Down A letter 2 A plural pro noun 3 A rodent 4 An Inmginar monster who lives on human beluga 5 Necessitous tI Anger 7 A plant or n decoction of ltd dried leaves 8 Twofourths of dear 0t letter Xo loft Concealed Central Arrnttle Come boy and clrln Our voices lift And hall with joy Decemberxgift Crosswords 1 When from hls pockets tuned with dimes Ills cash eceaped a dozen times = Tom Traddles felt his courage sink Ills face bccamn a roseate pink 1 While quick he made with keen regrets A total esllmnto of debt l With eyeballs Matting from their sock etc lie found that cash In eighteen pockets I Would not avail his debtc to pay They did not hold enough That day He searched them each a second time And found some holts but not a dime 7 To play erratic games with fate When pocket holes are out of date- And make believe the game la Jolly Tom Traddlef say arrant folly No 40TA ChrUlma ZlRsair From to 2 n IbhttulIln trauma 3 to 4 a plant used In decorating for that day t 3 000000000000000000000000o 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 o o 0 o 2 4 Crosswords General A masculine name Weapons for a bow Bounds A seaman Au engraver The highest point One who males mens clothes To flow Xo 40H triefal Article Two useful household articles are represented In the picture Xo KM Trlnnzle 1 1crtalnlug to the poles 2 An arched or other cavity for baking 3 Side opposite to the wind 4 The In definite article 5 A letter No 410 Word Square I1 Conformity to reality or fact 2 Proportion 8 To put In circulation 4 llows one above the other f A well known quadruped 111 A sacred song or hymn 2 An eastern country 3 Defensive arms or covering 4 Plural of a rapacious quadruped of Asia and Africa D Low wet ground No 411 Arllhmorrnph- I nui composed of ten letters mind am much used for decorations at tile boll day season My 2 3 Is a feminine name My 2 3 4 5 7 Is to Incline My 5 0 7 80lsa color My 10 8 7 0 Is perceived Xo 412Xoled Sea Thin sell Is a kind of seal This sea Is a mariner This sea Is a largo bird Ker to the Punier No JiDoublc Acrostic Anvil 2 Trio 3 Heron 4 Emerald 5 Nero tl Saturn Prlmals Athens lnalt4Iondon No 390 Hidden Name AmealIn AmeliaNo Numerical Enigma Disap pointment No 303 Charade Assure assure No 309 Triple Beheadings 1 Repeat 2 Concord 3 Forage 4 Sun burn 5 Bombay 0 Aimnil iMargin 8 Caraway No 400 Positives and Com para tives Cant canter Slip slipper Din dinnerNo 401 Anagram Verse Emerson Stedman Lowell AldrIch No 402 Ornithological Acrostic PrlmnlsCnine 1 Cockatoo 2 Hook 8 Albatross f Nightjar B Kldor 403A Busy lice Paitlmc IJeer Been lleet Before Begin Beguile Begum Bunk e SOME REGRETS fBr McCutcheon tn Chicago Dally Tribunal TO FACE CREDITORS Mrs Cassic Chadwick in Cnstodi of Officers Left New For Cleveland THE WOMAN ODES VOLUNTARILY Before Leaving She Mode a Statement D lnrlnjr That She Will Pay All Her Obligations The Home Coming of Mrs Chadwlc Will Create More Excitement In Cleveland Than Any Event In Recent Years New York Doc 14 Mrs Chadwlc started for Cleveland on the Buffalo limited which left tho Grand Central station over the Now York Central al 8 oclock Tuesday night Before fear lag she mado a statement in which she declared she will pay all her obllga dons and that her solo purpose in go- Ing Is to face her creditors Sho salt that she could have obtained ball here if Ibo had wished to and that one ol the most prominent men In tho coun try had offered Tuesday to go on her bondMrs Cbadwlok loft hero In custodY of United States Marshal Hcnkel and Deputy Marshals Kumb and Keller Marshal Hcnkel said that ho would leave the train at Poughkcepslo but that the other marshals would go on to Cleveland with tho prisoner The train la scheduled to arrive in Clove land at 1150 Wednesday morning Mrs Chadwick Interviewed Before leaving the United States marshals office for the station Mrs Chadwick at the suggestion of her counsel Philip Carpenter consented to an interview with tbo number of newspaper mon who were waiting Many statements that have appeared about me aro absolutely false she began I have read statements In one or two papers that aro absolutely false I am physically and mentally broken down I am not in any condition to mako a statement I am going home for the sole pur pose of facing my creditors and whatever charges they have mado against me I am going homo voluntarily and not because I could not obtain ball Since my arrest I have had offers of ball from many prominent persons Isnt that so Mr Carpenter she ask ed turning to her counsel Yes thats true he replied Today ball was offered to mo by one of the most prominent men in Cleveland by telegram said Mrs ChadwIck Will Not Give Ball In Cleveland I shall not glvo ball when I get in Cleveland I have the best motive In tho world for not doing so The his tory of this case from beginning to end will soon bo published In a cer lain newspaper I promised to glvo out my story and it may take months to get out It may be however that It will be published tomorrow next week or in a month But certainly not until my obligations aro settled and paid Cleveland 0 Dec HThe homo coming of Mrs Casslo L Chadwick Wednesday will create more excite ment In this city than any event of recent years The probability of a tro mendous jam at tbo depot has compell ed Chief of Police Kohlor to arrange details of officers to restrain tho crowd and United States Marshal Chandler to whoso offices sho will bo taken upon her arrival line determin ed to station a force of deputies around his olllco to prevent the throng from taking the room by storm Will Likely Go To Jail The prospects are that Mrs Chad wick will bo compelled to go to jail unless she can glvo ball to the amount of 40000 and she zany bo naked to furnish surety as high as J2GOO United States District Attorney Sulli van said Tuesday night that he did nut care to discuss what action he would tako titter Mrs Chadwlcks ar rival Of course bo said the case of Cuyahoga county against Mm Chad wIck can not come up until after the federal case has been disposed of If Mrs Chadwick should glvo tho bond which District Attorney Sullivan will demand I shall Immediately cause her rearrest under the two Indictments found against her Monday and I will ask that sho Kite bond tor 12500 on each Indictment or a total surety of 26000 There was a report Tuesday that a third Indictment was found against Mrs Chadwick charging forgo ery In connection with the 5000000 Carnegie note It was not returned but such a thing may occur before Mrs Chadwick has seen the end of her troubles with the federal officials It It does Mr Keller will ask for a bond of 12500 In this case also making theIi total amount of surety that the will called upn to furnish 52500 Mrs Chadwlcks Home Receiver Nathan Looser who was appointed by the United States district court to tako charge of the estate of Mrs Castle L Chadwick attempted Tuesday night to take possession of Mrs ChadwIck s homo on Euclid are flue Tho property has been In charge of a custodian for tho Elyrla bank of Klyrla 0 He refused to admit Mr IxiOBor but opened tho door a few Inches and peered out at hIm The re ceiver announced that ho was In possession In behalf of tho United States government Imo custodian still de cUned to admit him until bo had heard from tho banks attorney Tho receiver departed and reported tho result of his mission to United States Marshal Chandler who said that bo would force open the doors of tbo Chadwlck house should such a proceeding bo necessary to placo Mr Looser in pos session MINNEAPOLIS FIRE EllIIWent Up in SmokeJ TWO KILLED AND TWO MISSING Pinnies lirokn Oat in the SupplyI House of the 0 II Co Fifth Street For a Time the Best Part of the Re tall District of the City Was Threatened With Entire Destruction Minneapolis Mlnn Dec HFire which broke out In the photographic supply house of the O II Peck Co on Fifth street south at 1030 oclock Tuesday night spread to adjoining buildings and caused a loss estimated at 3000000 Tho Peck building was entirely gutted while tho sixstory furniture house of Doutell Bros one of the largest establishments of Its kind In the northwest was ruined and a number of smaller buildings wero also destroyed For a time the best part of Jho retail district of the city was threatened and tho firemen seemed powerless to stay the onrush of tho flames which wore driven by a high wind from thu northAllowed to Burn Themselves Out By allowing tbo buildings already on fire to burn themselves out and confining their efforts to adjacent buildings however tho firefighters had the conflagration fairly under con trol at 2 oclock Wednesday morning The fire was discovered In Pocks optical Instrument store in the rear of Bontoll Bros establishment A small flro In Itself it got beyond the con trol of tho firemen and attacked Bon toll Bros house furnishing establish mont The big store filled with dra peries and rugs hung from display racks was easy prey for the flamy nnd at 1 oclock was hopelessly ruined With the firemen still working on Boutoll Bros building the walls fell with u crash Two firemen wore seen In the glare to be burled beneath the avalanche of brick nnd mortar One of tho men caught In tbo fall of the walls was a member of the salrngn corps The other was a fireman from one of tho engine companies Glaze Spread Rapidly tho flro spread to the Now Englandspr house furnishing establishment across the street from the Boutell hires store Then It leaped to the Powers Mcrcan tile Cos great department store Tho district In which the fire occur red la closely built most of the build Ings being substantial brick nnd steno structures and some of them from an architectural standpoint the handsomest In tho city The high wind carried burning brands and sparks tn all directions and many Incipient blazes wore lit within n radius of four blocks Tho Northwestern National bank building the Phoenix office build Ing tho National Bank of Canmorce the Now York Life building nnd many other big office buildings wore within tho fire zone and for a time setmod to be In Imminent danger As soon as the extent of tho flro was seen an ap peal for assistance was made to the St Paul department and two steamers and crews were dispatched by a ape cial train Tho cold weather and the high wind deterred the firemen to a great extent In their efforts to subduo the flames but fortunately tho wind died down about 2 oclock and further danger of the fire spreading seemed to have been averted Indian Sentenced For Manslaughter Omaha Neb Dec 14 George Four Cloud a fullblooded Wlnnebago In than Tuesday pleaded guilty to manslaughter In tbo district court and was sentenced to ton years In the govern meat penitentiary at Sioux Falls Four Cloud killed his wife Prof A M Elys Sudden Death Poughkocpale N Y Doc 11phut Achsah M Ely professor of lIIathotmatics at Vassar college died very suddenly at tho college Tuesday after noon While walking to the main building she was seized with dlzzlneu nnd died In a few minute Fire at Jefferson Barrack St Louis Dec HIfbo main build lag and tho west wing of the largo troop building at Jefferson Barrack were completely destroyed by fire re suiting in a loss of 20000 The build lags were occupied by Troops E and H of the Eighth cavalry S McGuire llreparlltoexamined by tho very Inwt and latest optical hmtrumciilM His work Divert satisfaction for prices on nil his work art right Louses refitted within a fow days after taking tho order If you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock and receive correct treatment KyIMothors Bo Cartful Of tbe health of yourchildreu Look out for Coughs Colds Croup anti Whooping Cough Stop them in time Ono Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by East End Drug Co Coal t At bin near dep- ot121c to 13c Delivered for 3c to 14c Phone 8- GChase L Hanson purchased the comjIHaving Furniturei stock of Iiheroaftor BEREAjSTORE with n complete line of both ti now and second hand fiuni vture- atsurprieilugly low prices Call and exnminn To be convinced of the above in tin I 1 prico of ad mission Phone 20 li R H Chrisman Opposite WulchX Bores Kj i a I AT LEAST SHE OUGHT TO HAVE A CARNEGIE MEDAL v CttlCAQ ontiinever I Perhaps Andrew Would Not Begrud ge Her This WILL STAY IN JAIL Mrs Clmilwicks Lawyers Deem It Not Advisable to Get Hail Should She Be Held For the Federal Grand Jury One of the Greatest Legal Battles In Years Will Follow New York Dec 9Mrs Casslo 14 Chadwick Thursday night occupied one of the scantily furnished cells In the Tombs After a fruitless search ail day for 15000 ball her attorneys pATe up the tight Thursday night and Philip Carpenter her chief counsel Mood In the corridor of the Federal building at 9 oclock when United Slut on Marshal Henkel threw open the double doors of hit office and led the woman out on the way to prlnon To adil to her cup of woo it was learned Thursday night that a charge of forgery would very likely be made against the woman In Oho bated on the Carnegie totes and other papers Btten na securities for loans ttoveland 0 Dee 9County Pro tenting Attorney Kler received this m MMge Digued Andrew Carnegie Tbunday ftrrrrrtgnejtwjelrnoloi Mare no notes out Ilarw not teuad a note In ninny years Hope fUll can arrangeto ix cute affidavit Here Han Francisco Dee 9Mr Alice M York who NIl Me at 1030 Geary suet claim to be Mra Ca4 L rhadwlck sitter and site states that Mrs Cbadwlck U Identical with Mme IVvete who served a term In the Ohio penltenctary for forgery Mrs York who la d widow with two daughter tame here IS months ago from Cleve- landNew York Dc 10Arter a day full of illMRrNment with Her counsel all to whether She tbouW waive exam ination and no to Cleveland Mrs ciutdwlek finally consented to remain another night In the Tombs bet ox prtHweil the hope that she might leave there Saturday He also declined to dliiouM the re port from Cleveland to the effect that the toctirltlf which have been held by Irl Reynolds for Mrs Chadwick WITO valueless Mr Carpenter was nuked to make a statement regarding the nature of tho securities In view of tilt fact that the report sold that while thlr face value was 5000000 the actual value wan nothing Ho was al naked to explain tho method by which his client had induced Mr Roy troths and others to accept the alleged worthless papers at their face value Ills only reply was I have absolutely nothing whatever to say In regard to the matter ClevolanuVO floe 10Attor hoar lug two wltno8B In tho Chadwlck CBKO the grand Jury adjourned Friday afternoon until Monday morning Tho wltneMR Friday were L T Whltno n director and A n Spear cashier of the Citizens National bank ot Obor lln At tho end of tho hearing Prose cutor Keolor said the testimony gave lint Jurisdiction In tho alleged forgery case because tho notes wore ne gotiated In this county Fridays hear lug wns brief because of the nonar rival of witnesses tho most Impor tant of which was C T Ueckwlth president of tho Citizens Nntlonnl bank who was unable to bo present because of Illness Prosecutor Keeler hopes that ho will bo able to appoar Monday Another Important witness expected Monday In Receiver Lyon of tho Oberlin bank New York Dec 12From present Indications It Is extremely that any attempt will be unllketyI sin ball for Mrs Chadwlck ExSecretary Gage III New York Dec 12 Former Secro tary of tho Treasury Lyman J Gaga In at his homo In this city Ills condition Sunday was such that only Intimate friends wore admitted to see him Ho Is suffering from Intlamma m tory rheumatism Her Hope Disastrous Paris III Dec 12 Judgo Kim lirouRh granted a divorce to Horace Collins from Rebecca Collins because she wrote a letter expressing pleasure at the death of his father anil tho hope thnt he was In tho bad pjnco Ibuonabetting bank officials In tho embez zlement of 12600 She was held un dor 18000 ball A Parson who Is In a position to know the various moves in the Chadwick case In an In ten iew said Sunday Despite all reports to the contrary no active efforts have been made to obtain ball for Mrs Chadwlck In this city There are plenty of people hero who would sign her bond It asked but tub fact Is It la not doomed advlcablo for Mrs Chadwlck to leave the city prison at present If she were released on ball the government could demand 24 hours In which to examine her surety Meanwhile the government attorneys could telegraph the Cleveland authorities and before tho 24 hours had expired could have oddlI tlonal charges sent here so that It would be necessary to procure new ball This procccdure could be carried out as long as the government officials thought they had charges Again there might come a conflict In author ity A county grand jury might find an Indictment against Mrs Chadwick and then tho mattur of extradition would come up In a different light from any yet suggested Cleveland 0 Dee 12 According to tho mot accurate estimate of the O- Blate of Mrs Chadwtck that is possible before the receiver has Investigated her assets sad retorted hid findings to the court her creditors as a wholo will receive about one and onehalf mills on the dollar What lend addi tional Interest to this showing from the creditors standpoint In that one man In Reynolds will receive tho whole of the assets visible at tho pros oRt tlmo Thor may be funds In re- IHne Homowhoro as there may be a1 Ultlonal creditors who have not yet an nounced that Mrs Chndwlck Is Indebt ed to them but It Is not expected by hankers and attorneys of this city who havo the greatest knowledge of her flairs that any moro largo loans will be developed The extent of her operations Is now belled to be approximately as fol lows Secured front Cltlions National bank of Oberlin and various sources In and about lorain county Ohio 1100000 Borrowed from Horbort D Newton 190000 Itorrowod from business mon la Plttsburg 500000 Total 1190000 Against this stands security ot knownvnluo on ono noto amounting to 1800 which Is hold by Irl Roy noldsThe amount of money received by Mrs Chadwlck In Plttsburg may run as high as 800000 but It is believed that a portion ot this sum Is a bonus promised by her for nil original loan of nt least 500000 Her creditor thoro figures that she Is Indebted to him for tho larger amount while sho has admitted that she owns 500000 Secretary Irl Reynolds of tho Wade Park bank declared Sunday night that his Implicit belief In tho statements made to him by Mrs Chadwick In which UV declared herself to bo tho daughter Andrew Carnegie was tho Impelling cause of his financial deal lug with her Sho told me said Mr Reynolds lint sho was tho Illegitimate daugh ter of Andrew Carneglo and I bellowed her never doubted her story un til on the occasion ot my last visit to Now York when Mr Squire camo tome and declared that all tho securities sho had given mo as the notes of An drew Carnegie were worthless It was only then that I doubted her Dcforo that 1 bad refused to say anything about her or her affairs because I doomed It my duty to protect her lathe story of her birth as sho had givs It to incA i Woman Stowaway Now York Dec 12A woman stowaway Is rare on tho transAtlantic Ila ers but ono was discovered on La Logy mine which has just arrived here The woman Mario Jeanne Caroff of nrctngno is G5 years old and de cropld Miss Daisy Leiter to Wed Chicago Doc 12Tho engagement of Miss Daisy Loiter slstor of Lady Curzou to tho Earl ot Suffolk and Berkshire of England was announced Sunday night by Mrs Loiter from their family resldenco In this city THE POST OFFICE Annual Report of Jostinastci General Robert J Wviinc Economy and Strict Accountablllt Have Been Enforced In All Branches of the Service Says the Report Washington Dec nThe nnnua report of Postmaster General Robert J Wynne was made publl6 Sunday It records a year of most successful administration Postal revenues have Increased Sal utary changes In the classification of the malls have been carried out great ly to tho benefit of tho service Amendments to regulations facilltal lug tho handling of mercantile pack ages In bulk have been put Into effect At home anti abroad postal facilities have boon extended Exchange of money orders with foreign countries has boen simplified and cheapened Parcela post conventions were extended to European countries as an expert ment with Germany five years ago They have been extended to Japan and the British colony of HongKong tc meet changes of trade conditions In the far east also to Norway Economy and strict accountability have been enforced In all branches ol the service White the socalled deficit of 8179192that Is to say the Dxccrof expenditures over receipts Is greater by 1219447 than for the fiscal year 1903 It must be borne In mind that the expenditure authorized rot the extension and maintenance of the rural free delivery service during the past fiscal year was 4902237 greater than the preceding year For facility of reference tile chief recommendations contained In this report requiring action of congress to Rive them effect are here summar lied That proper legislation be enacted to acquire the title of block No 324 In the city of Washington for the pur pose of erecting an annex to the post jfflce department building An amendment to existing law so an tn provide for the termination of onV clal bonds of post office officials That third and fourth class mall matter be consolidated at the rate of poHtago now paid on third class mall rnattrl cent for each 2 ounces That consideration be given to tho recommendation that congress fix a rate of 3 cents per pound or any frac tonal part thereof on packages not exceeding 5 pounds mailed at tho din tributing pout office of any rural free delivery route for delivery to a patron in said route This to apply only to pnckageft deposited at the local post jffico for delivery to patrons on routes emanating from that office and not to mall transmitted from one office to an other That the Interstate commerce law 10 amended to prohibit telegraph and express companion or any ot their em ployee from aiding and abetting In tho greengoods or lottery swindles or my other scheme carried on partly jy mall and partly by common carrier In violation ot tho postal laws That the office of tho assistant at lornoy general for tho post office de partment bo made presidential and the salary attached thereto Increased to 6000 pet annum That the appropriation of 6000 provided for tho publication of tho pinions of the assistant attorney gen jrol for the post office department be ncroasod to 15000 That congress consider the propriety of granting an annuity to railway post office clerks who are permanently Hsabled In the line ot duty To provide penalties for the sending or dangerous or destructive objects or natter In the malls That penalty be provided for the used counterfeit postmarking stamps for the Improper certification of pension ouchers or for any other purpose That tho establishment or mnlnte innco of private letter boxes without mlhorizaUou of the post office depart nent bo prohibited THE LATE ELECTION loocevelt Polled Largest Vote Ever Given For a President Now York Dec 12A canvass by tho New York Times of the popular ote at the last presidential elections complete except as to ono county In Tennessee and four counties In Ilchlgan for which estimates are glen shows that President Roosevelt de rated Judge Parker by 234C1C9 Ho wiled the largest vote ever given for a president ot the United States 7 140560 This Is more than 400000 in excess ot tho vote cast for McKlnloy In 1900 Tho total vote Is given as 13534119 ind that for each ot the presidential andldatcs Is given as follows noose relt rep 7G40SGO Parker dem 194391 fobs soc 392857 Swallow pro 248411 Watson pop 124381 orregan S L 33519 Tho electoral vote will be 33G for loosovclt and 140 for Parker Adm Davis Sails New York Dec t2Ur Adm Chas 11 Davis tho American member of tho ntcrnnttonal commission which Is to nvestlgato tho firing upon tho North lea fishing fleet by the Russian sec md Pacific squadron sailed for Europe Consul D E McQInley Dead Cedarburg Wls Dec lA tole iram received by Mrs James ONeill rom Washington D c announces tho oath ot her brother D E McGlnloy nlted States consul at Athens irceco vrUlcU occurred Sunday THE FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS ISecondsenate was in sosslon for more than two hours Tuesday and In addition to listening to the reading of the proal dents message received a prelim nary report from the merchant marine commission witnessed the Induction of Senators Kuox and Crane Into of flee and In executive session starred tho presidential nominations to the proper committees Tho reading otI the commissions of the two new sen atoms attracted more attention than usual In such cases on account of their prominence and senators generally did not rail to note the peculiar word ing of Gov Iennypackers communica ion wherein conferred the office of senator upon Mr Knox employing him to hold It with all Its emoluments and privileges until the next meeting of till legislature of the state if ho shall so long behave himself well House After listening to the readI lug of the presidents annual message Tuesday the house adjourned until Wednesday During the first ten minI ute of the session two minor routine matters wore disposed of Representa tive lull Ct Tuesday Introduced a bill providing for tho redemption of United States treasury notes known as silver certificates in gold coin and directing tho secretary of the treasury to set apart 1150000000 In gold and i bullion for the purpose The act makes It the duty of the secretary of the treasury to maintain gold reserve cor responding to not less than 35 per cent of all United States notes In cir culation For the debt Incurred by the redemption of the notes the secretary of the treasury Is to Issue bonds of 50 or any routlple bearing Interest at 3 per cent- Washington Dec 8ScnlteThesenate Wednesday reached a decision to vote on the Philippine civil government bill providing for the construc ion of railroads In tho Islands on the ICth Instant and In addition transacted considerable other business Senator Ilatt N Y created something of a stir by Introducing a bill provid ing for a reduction of the congression al representation of the southern states on the ground that many of the citizens of those states are deprived of their right to vote and Mr Scott plunged the senate Into an exceptionally early debate by attempting to se cure the passage of the bill granting pensions to the telegraph operators of the civil war A large number of bills and joint resolutions were introduced and many petitions were pre seated The discussion of the time for voting on the Philippine bill brought out the fact that there Is a general understanding that the Christmas hol- Iday recess will begin on tho 19th In InlroducooJt1bllllrovldln which prohibits tho sale of beer In any post exchange or canteen at posts located In states where such sale Is not prohibited by the law of the state For the erection In the District of Columbia of a monument to Benjamin Franklin Senator yule Introduced a bill providing for an appropriation of 100000IioussA number of bills wore In troduced Wednesday but no action of general Importance was taken Washington Dec 9SennteThe senate hold only a short session on Thursday and adjourned until Mon tiny An attempt to secure considera tion of the pure food bill was defeat ed by a demand of Mr Aldrich that the bill be read at length which brought an objection from Tillman who did not want the time consumed Mr Tillman brought the case of VIi liam D Crum the colored man noml nated for collector of Charleston S C Into prominence by asking for a re port from the committee on judiciary os to tho status of recoss appoint ments House The annual fight on the cir il service commission was begun In the house Thursday during considera tion of the legislative appropriation bill Tho opposition came from Messrs Bartlett Co Hepburn In nail Grosvenor 0 Mr Hepburn moved to strike out tho entire appropriation for tho commission and Its force of clerks at the same time de nouncing the civil service as not hatI- ng Improved since the days of tho spoils system but on the contrary as growing less and less efficient Washington Dec 10HouseTho house Friday passed tho legislative executive and judicial appropriation bill practically us It came from the committee and adjourned until Monday The civil service commission provisions disposed of there was no long debate on any Item Friday Throughout the session tho policy re trenchment held full sway and all at tempts to Increase salaries failed The house passed a resolution to ad journ on December 21 until January 4 1905 for the usual Christmas holi day Adjourned until Monday DIPLOMATS AND THE CABINET The President Expects All to Send In Their Resignations Washington Dec 10That there may bo changes In tho diplomatic senIce and possibly In the cabinet la evident from a statement made by a high official of the state department Friday replying to an Inquiry In which ho said that the president expects all the members of his cabinet and all Ambassadors and ministers to send In their resignations between now and the 4th of March next No official an nouncement of this expectation has been made nor Is one deemed necen sary The Pure Food Bill Washington Dec 10When the senate meets on Monday Senator hop burn during tile morning hour will move for unanimous consent to take up tho puro food bill It Is said an agreement has been reached to consld er the measure Secretary Taft at Kingston Kingston Jamaica Dec 10Wat lifpgstouIColumbia and was entertained at lunch sirAlesndr INTERESTING STATE NEWS ij MARCUM DAMAGE CASE A Motion to Continue the Trial Wu Overruled Winchester Ky Dec 9r Afto I sane delay caused by the effort of thO defense to obtain a continuance a jury wns secured In the Marcum damagi ease Thursday The widow of Jame II Marcum In suing Judge James Hat gis Alex P Hargis Sheriff Ed Calla lion and F French all of Uremjjifi county for 100000 damages on account of their alleged complicity the assassination of her husband When the case was called an at tempt was made by the defense to secure a continuance on the ground thai Judge Hargis although present was too to stand trial The motion was overruled The remainder of the daj was occupied In the selection of the jury Before adjourning court Judge Benton Issued attachments for Most Feltner Sam Fields and Ruck Cotton game threo Important witnesses foi the plaintiff Mrs Marcum In an alit davit has sworn that these witnesses were Intimidated and enticed away tc prevent their appearance In her be halfWinchester Ky Dec 10As a re suit of the defenses motion Thursday for a continuance on account of the illness of Judge James Hargis one or the defendants Judge Denton Friday passed the 100000 Marcum damage case until Monday All the jurors are farmers and all are democrats except two Nothing has been heard from the missing witnesses Fields Feltner and Cottongane whom Mrs Marcum alleges were bribed and enticed away MJSSING LOUISVILLE MAN He Turns Up at Daughters Home Ir Covington Covington Ky Dec 9James A Clemens who disappeared from his home In Louisville about ten days ago and whose son and wife there have made anxious Inquiries of the authorl ties has turned up In this city It appears ho has been visiting his sonln law named Kleley who lives at 512 Uakewcll streetAoWhen seen Thursday be said he had no Idea that his family was worrying about him as ho had frequently made visits hero without letting bls folks know Clemens Is 74 years old Ills daughter and soninlaw are now in Louisville attending a funeral and Clemens Is taking care of his daughters children Louisville K Dec 8Grler over the disappearance of her aged father Joseph A Clements ten days ago caused the loath of Mrs Elizabeth Shlrcllff of 201C Maple street Wed nesday Mrs Shlrcllff had just became a mother and the shock was too much GETS A VERDICT State Wins Suit For Back Taxes From Mrs Hogan Louisville Ky Dee 9ln the suitor State Revenue Agent George Alex ander against Mrs W J Hogan for state and county taxes an agreed judgment has been entered for state and county taxes for five years on 100000 worth of securities Tho tax of 8400 and the penalty of 16SOor 10080 In all has been paid These securities were left Mrs Hogan as executrix under the will of her father who was a New Orleans millionaire Implicates a Policeman Lexington Ky Dec 10Pearl Van gundy the Louisville girl who has puzzled this city by reason of her esca patios with tho police Involving a number of unexplainable escapes from police headquarters created another sen sation Friday night upon being recaptured by making a confession Impli eating one of the police attaches In conniving at her escapei Grief Caused Suicide Covington Ky Dec 9 Grieving because he could not attend the burial of his little cousin Lorane Perry at Independence Ky Wednesday John E Perry 19 shot himself through the heart and his body was found lying on a pile of straw In a stable at his home 1522 May street Thursday morning by his sister Corn Perry Made An Assignment Shelbyvllle Ky Dec 10Henry Hall a funeral director and furniture dealer In this place has made an as signment for the benefit of his crud itors naming D G Wright as as signet The assets and liabilities have not yet been ascertained Estate Will Go To Commonwealth Lancaster Ky Dec 10Mrs Fannie Ball who died last week near Hubble a village four miles west of here left no living relatives and her estate will probably go to tho com monwealth of Kentucky The Case Stricken From thetAocket Paducah Ky Dec 10Tho case against Ellis M Headley of Louisville for alleged attempted bribery was stricken from tho docket in tho circuit court here The charge was attempt Ing fl bribe a city election omcer sot eral years ago Died From Typhoid Fever Cadiz Ky Dec 10 =Deputy Sheriff Harvey Thomas one of tho leading young men of this county tiled of typhoid fever at the homo of his father five miles southwest of here after tn lUntsa of nbov1 seven weeks APPELLATE COURT It Affirms the Judgment Against the American Book Co Frankfort Ky Dec SThe legis lative act appropriating a year to the Kentucky Childrens Home society was held by the court of appeals Wednesday to be constitutional The attorney general had held thnt It was unconstitutional and the sate auditor refusing to pay the amount suit wu brought to settle the ques don The court affirmed the judgment of the Mason circuit court for 10000 and 10 per cent damages In the case of the American Book Co vs Wells The company had given bond for 10000 not toscir school books In Mason coun ty at a higher rate than the same books were sold In other states It was proved on trial that the books were Bold In Ohio for a less amount than was charged the Mason county children so the bond was declared for felted The court reversed the case of W W Yates vs the city ot Covington Yates sued for damages for injuries received from a fall on a defective crossing The court gives him a new trial on the ground that testimony as to previous falls and accidents at the tame crossing should have been ad mltted by the judge- LAKELAND ASYLUM Charles Dehler Will Resign From the Board of Commissioners Louisville Ky Dec 10Jl is said that Charles P Dehler of tho Frank Fehr Brewing Co will resign as a member or the board of commission ers of the Lakeland Insane asylum and It Is believed he has sent a letter to this effect to Gov Beckham Mr Dehler Is In New York W H New man president of the board Is also out of town Mr Dehler Is said to have disagreed with his fellow commissioners as to the management INSURANCE DECISION A Certain Provision In a Life Policy Is Declared Void Frankfort Ky Dec 10ln affirm lag the judgment of the Campbell circuit court In the case of the Union Central Life Insurance Co against Spinks the Kentucky court of appeals Friday held that the provision In a policy of life Insurance that no suit can be maintained unless Instituted within one year from the death of the Insured Is in contravention of the public policy of this state and is void Conductors Fatal Fall Lexington Ky Dec S Emmett Wilkinson of Louisville conductor on the Louisville Southern railroad was walking back across the high Law renceburg trestle when he tripped on n bolt and fell to the ground below a distance of 50 feet He was Instantly killed Attorney Arrested Louisville Ky Dec 9John R Mo Fie a prominent Chicago lawyer was arrested hero Thursday morning on the charge of defrauding the Northern Trust bank of Chicago out of 8000 on forged deeds which he gave as collateral on loans He was here under an assumed name Thrown From Her Buggy Bowling Green Ky Dec 9Mrs J D Bunnell was thrown from a buggy and It Is thought fatally hurt She with two companions was driving In the country when her horse became frightened and overturned their car tinge Mrs BunucHs skull was tract tured Goose Austin Captured Glasgow Ky Dec 9Gooso Aus tin the Negro who assaulted Dr Reuben Satterfield Thanksgiving day on the Sattorflold farm 12 miles south ot here from the effects of which Dr iatterfleld died Friday was arrested at Tompklnsville Thursday Death of Dr Thomas Marshall Paducah Ky Dec toDr B Thos Inrsholl one of the best known physicians In Southwestern Kentucky fled from paralysis and heart disease at his home In this county He asl- iS years old and a Mason Turkey Shipment Is Small Shelbyvllle Ky Dec 10Tho kill ng and shipping of turkeys to the astern market In Shelbyvllle Is at a tandstlll The farmers are holding heir fowls for higher prices than ara offered by tho local buyers Thieves Robbed a Store Falmouth Ky Dec 10 Thieves entered the store ot J E Fossltt bx rutting out a panel of a door with afc user About 10 worth of goods were aken consisting of suits of clothe overcoats shoes and hats The Drought Broken Louisville Ky Dec 10 The Irought has been broken la Kentucky Friday night a general nun was re sorted In tho central weSfcrn and southern portions ot tho state The ndlcallons are that a good downpours at hand Judge Cooper Much Improved Mt Sterling Ky Dec 10Judgo John E Cooper who was stricken with paralysis at Vest Liberty was able to ho brought home HQ U much 1m proved and his physicians My he has IU excellent CB BCQ t flcqvcfr THE CITIZENI Eastern Kentucky News no eoneipondenee jntlUhed naleu IBM la ton kj tile writer Tile same U lot tor pabUcttioi bat ai u trideac of food faith Write plainly +H 11111 111 J 11 11 I 11 J 11 111 I1I 11 Ih Get your wharf of benefit from thc extra mouth of the public school this year The State provides the school now will 011 ambition enough to get ollrRhare of the ben ufit ToJMv IniEXDs iv TilE MOUNTAINS I have not lieen able to carryon my desire to visit a circuit of noun tain counties and speak to the peopl this full As the next lest thing proj ose to write a set of letters to j them through the CITIZES during tho t winter and I hope you will nil tuke that paper We who are pushing progress in Eastern Kentucky new hitch a means of acquaintance With best wishes WM G FROST MADISON COUNTYW- ALLACETON Dec 12 Pleasant Grove Sunday school and school XolU extend most cordial invitation to all to at tend the joint Christmas exercise hull in Pleasant Grove chapel Thursday December 22 at 130 r u EMMA J HAUIEN HICKORY PLAINS Dec SAmong our visitors lit Sundayschool Sunela ware Prof ling Mrs ThompsOIianct severa Uerea students Mrs Thompson gav a lecture which was greatly enjoyed by itsEli Cornelison who has beet ill for several days is letter Missei Lizzie and Pattie Maupiu are spending a week with relatives at Whites Station Willie Burnell anti family left for Illinois last week Miss Id Barker spent Thursday evening with the Misses Maiipin Misses Jennie and Lizzie Burdette Ellen Evan and mother went to Richmond Wed nes lay Mrs Irvine Baker and Viola wit spend the holidays with relatives at Lexington Malisw Xorvel has been spending few days with her aunt Mrs Dick at Blue Lick PEYTONTOWN Dec 12Ever the three year of infant of Mr and Mrs Alex Fife fell asleep in Jesus Saturday Decemlei 10th and was placed in the family burying ground Sunday Her G L Campbell filled his regular appointment at Mnupintown Sunday Geo Bronston of Richmond spent Monday with Mrs Alice Phelps Miss Mary V White visited relatives here Suu1avJunior the little son of Lewis Martin Jr is very iltOllr school exhibition will lit at the Peytontown church next Friday night December 23rd Come and bring your friends We areanticpat lug a pleasant time and plenty to eat Arch Miller spent Sunday in Paint Lick with a friend Robert New man of Richmond spent Thursday night at Irs Alice PhelpsMrs Allena Rice who is in Cincinnati 0 will return home Friday December 23 Marshall Morgan of Brassfield is visiting his brother Fielden Mrs Bettie Warner has had a little addition to her house- JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Dec 13Well there is a cold wave in this part of the country al this writingDr Bidge Wilson was in the Wind Cave country last week on legal business Calven Carroll has gone to Richmond on business Sanford Webb Jay and Ilariam P Richardson were all out on rut walk Sunday Turner Kelley and James Isaacs visited friends in Station Camp SundayCaslt and Daniel Russell who took their leave a few weeks ago for Indiana to make their future home took a sudden flight and live on our Jackson county hills again Misses May Sparkman Annie Kelley and Cynthia Alcorn visited at G M Parsons Sunday G M Parsons was in Irvine Monday on business J E Sparkman willclose his school Christmas evening with nn entertainment Everylxxly has u cordial welcome a Christmas tree will Iw arranged for elating ox cruises McKEE Dec 12Her Isaac Messier of Ghent New York was here last week inspecting the school building that the Dutch Reformed church of New York City is having built The building is progressing fast under the management of James R Engle Mr and Mrs ice W Collier who have been visiting their HOII D G Collier at this plate Nine prone to London to make their future home Mrs Mettle Carpenter left last week for Louisville where she will join her husband The McKee UoolloiUo Telephone Company anti tho E Bernstadt line have been con nectetland we have an exchange ollicu now in McKie Miss Grow Englo who has boon very low wit- htyphoid fever is well aguiii sad able to visit among her friends ROCKCASTLE COUNTYL- IYINGSTON Dec 13Goorge Nickles is visit fag his daughter on Scaggin Cree this weekMrs Daniel Settles is suffering from a severe attack ofI rheumatism Collie Mullins Mullins Station who was burned a monthago is slowly improving Revs Sawyers and Pierce are holding a protracted meeting in the Calawa HallIrvin Chewning and sister Miss Bertha are visiting relatives in Indiana Jus Cooper was in Ml ernon Monday on businessR- OCKFORD Dec 13Wm Rich who has beet at Ford returned home Monday Miss Bessie Linville visited Mis Beulah Viars Saturday and Sunday We were all glad to know that J M Bullen and family who novel to Texas about a year ago have returnw to their old Kentucky tomeJ D Dalton of Berea T C ian- SundayMrs J W Todd who win sick is some letter Married on the Sth Mrs Sarah Scalf and Mr Clint Northern There will ltd preaching at Scaffold Cane Saturday nu- tSundayT W Toddand Rollit McCollom went to Kingston last weel on business Mrs Chessie Martii visited Daddie Told Sunday George Toddw ho has lien sick sc long is letter Santa Claus Santa Claus wake up Christmas is here OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Dec 10Winter has begun in earnest Irving Hull of Confluence Leslie county visited relatives al this place last week Henry Evans and daughter Addle of Lite Jackson county visited relatives at this place last weekOil Santa will soon be around to bring the little ones presents Little hays and girls be good children and he will remember you when he comes Meredith Gab bard went to Booneville Saturday on business In the primary election held last Saturday December 3rd the following persons were nominated for the various officers for County Judge J F Brewer for County Attorney J K Gabbard for County Clerk E E Flanery for Sheriff H H Rice for Jailer John R Baker for Assessor W W Wilson for Superintendent G W Garrett for Legislator T P Gabliard CLAY COUNTY BRIGHT SHADE Dec IiWe are having lots of rain at this place nowJolm Broughtcn of Flat Lick has been spending a few days here hunting xxms Marlcom Smith and wife are visiting in Mill Creekrs Lucy smith who has been very sick is mproving fast Andrew Manning und wife are visiting friends at Flat Lick this week TUSCOLA ILLS Dec 12 Fine clear weather and good roads No ruin for two months A little snow lost nighti G Taylor and fatally were the guests of SI F and C P Cook last week near Garret Illsl G Taylor sold U Irking horse last week for 175 to C P Cook and purchased team of three year old colts from J M Sain o f this place for 32ir weight 1400 bound apiece Mrs Rosa Baker of villa Grove Ills was visiting I G Taylor and family last weekIf C Wylie ought a new wagon and farness front Watson C Rice at 2amargo lust week Mr Wylie is well pleased with this country Corn is 3U vents jwr bushel anti oats 31lClltsB F Gains of Mansfield vas visiting 1 G Taylor last Sunday Mr Gains had a bad felon on his mud SoP Taylor bought a stew Miggy and horse last week from Lee Bogard and hits gone to see his lest girl near Fairland illsEd Harri ton says ho is coming back on a three weeks visit Ho has a job for next rear nt E20 per month for nine Months PERT PARAGRAPHS The average lay does not rare who Is elected so lie cult get hi the parade md work Ills igimuwkcr ana tds longs If u matt just sots willingly about It hI can flail ninny things that drive him to drink j If you wtmt tt tickle n unlit auto make him fool tutu he U sly dog tcl him that nn oh sweetheart of ll- iInquired tit him ofahud n shave before It U placed on th Ubl r ar e l THE CITIZEN FOR 1905 IWill be the biggest thing in reach ofevery family in Eastern Kentucky CLEAR PRINT ALL THE NEWS 20 DEPTS A good Christmas present for an interested friend Subscribe today Address THE CITIZEN- L C Hinman Mgr lute to Iliinut a Mnmll JhrIIt yim are going to have a stnai pig for your Christmas dinner ben III u splendid way to roust It Of course your Imtflier will prepare the pig fur ax cleaning Is concerned WhlOfI the pig reaches you wipe titan Install and out with H damp cloth Make II stalling of u cupful of breadcrumb half olmpirtd onion two luitplns in blcspoonrnlx of incited hotter a seam tiiblesiMMinful of sage little grate nutmeg a ltsK onfui of unit and tw well beaten WK Stuff the pig wltllI this IIt wliii him up then bend hiM front legs Iwckwnnl under him nnd bps hind less forward also under him slat tie them with stout twine cln to tin body Ire lgc with Hour put Into tin dripping pats jwur n cupful of water over nnd nround the pig rub with hilt ter and roast hunting fmiuently for about two hours or longer It the viii he n good 17tll one how to lake Chrlctun Squaws To four well bathes eggs mid four ounces of sugar und Ixxit for twenty minutes Mix three ouncrx of utMinVin raUIn with tin ounces slightly brown M Hour nnd add gradually the eggs- rnd sugar Pour Into a tint square tin lined with buttered pii er and bake a quarter of nn hour In u hot oven Tale from the oven and cut into suunrea while still hot For Thin BabiesFat account to a baby that is why babies are fat If your baby is scrawny Scotts Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and m u s c1 e Fat babies are happy they dc not cry they are rich their fat is laid up for time of need They are happy because they an comfortable The fat sur rounds their little nerves and cushions them Vhen they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Snd for free sample Be sure that this picture h the form of a label li on Ih wrapper of ner1 bottle e Emulsion ya buy Scott fr Bo tune- Chemists 40113 1allTlrSI4w 50e IIIJ tOO All Uruttlds CHURCH DECORATIONS now Ihp bleat HITrrt 1nn lie lrrurel 1Vllh I lirl liiiu irrfimr- nltiM nest ntlivr Itltel plants nr nasally used In tie 1hrHtmnrt iliomi lion of the rliiirfh but H twnli flue effect CHII lit WHHttll LJ gntulAUl tllIe nt HIntM away from till altar anti K oratlmc that with VH M or crtrgneoe says writer In tilt St Ioul OhM Deiuocrat If liitlly jirwnruMe It can l v nuift l wlMHit th Mltur HIH at raiiKitl aloe till clmiHt4 rail In rrelsay arttMtfc way and hr uadl much tiHitv cfTectlve ttmn any Iotiltei plants IIH the tatter always have It mort or Itwx formiil tilr attain their litspur of all IlTortx tu Hvohl It If you Iwve tall IMtluas phae them In the bnckerwuntl If lath iMilly need oventtwiw au floworliiK plants an use 1clo nut com blue them hut keep the tlowort to ant side The two ilo tad liuniHiiilt Oll- eiklllll the other to niike lIt of tin whlch riuu iii tit expniin In liiiniioiiloiH comlHiuitloiiA of colors It thin It In not iniirli n ilsHh ol color nit It ft of Individuality Mollj berries nnd kav require notliliiK li the HluiH of flowers to brine out theli beauty hut show to the heH nan tugs by theuixelvcH or when used with eventrceii In wmitliltiK the tlwu col mils fiixten the sprays to n rult or coral with line wire or Htrlm anal do trot utteni t tiny regularity In slit or Hlnipe of festoon whim you tromp to put the wren thing In plate Aln to priMluce an unntudltil effett A chnruiliii effevt Is produced bj uprlnklliiK the leaves of holly or ever preen with muclluKe and sifting pow derwl mlcu over Tlili will Kitten It the evening like front If the supplj of holly berries Is llmlte crystalllzci grosses can IR worked In effectively There ore vnrletlen of shrubs grow lug In swampy ilaces whUh bear sear let fruit for the holly If holly leave are not procurable KO to the florNi or some person having n private Krecn house or conservatory nnd borrow at old plant of KiiKlUh Ivy rhrow the vlneH over the altar letting the cud of the branches trail on the floor al Hides and front Among the dark green foliage whlol should be washed before using to brim out Its glossy beauty fasten the her rles gathered In the swamp and use grasses iiinoug them If you choose some of the berries cnn lit dlptKHl III inncllage and duster with mica anti combined with the scarlet chuters The frosty white and glowing scarlet bar uionUe well and contrast strongly and heighten the effect of each other The delicate mosses that are found In pine forests cnn be made vffectlvi In church decorations provided they are properly prepared Wound on lON or wire In such a way that the length are trot too thick and heavy there U nothing more suitable for festoon ef eta How to Arrange the CUrltmn Menu It Is possible to presenx all or uios of the Christmas traditions wlthou serving a prostrating menu Avoid having too many things to lat with the turkey or the roast pig Vrtiiln vege tables belong to each but there Is m use In having them all Have Duly sue henry dessert plum pudding of mince pie with the Ice errant Have II light salad curse nnd a light soup leaving room for the substantiate with out danger of Indigestion She Couldnt Be Good Mrs Ilrutle Kenlly you know I de not believe In lid I too good to verv nuts Miss CaustlcqueAh I see that yoi appreciate your limitations To Get Cured Some mill who cannot captor The voters In their mash Mutt Journey up Salt river liecUM they mtoo trash I Carriage Satisfaction Here I hOlllfintsbthan HERE No better time tcI iiy than NOW Prices down to Roek bottom qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Suffering Will Not Help Your Disease but Will WeaKen Your Nerves Folk who think It U b tttr to bear pain than soothe Itre wrong OklfanhUinnl ducton used to say It was better twcny ra they had nothing with which to ease pain but dangerous hrartparalyilni drug Hut now that a safe remedy hu been found Dr Miles Antlfiln PiUs It U wrong to sager for nothing can to gassed but WMikrnrJ nines ANte rule to remember 11 71itn In pain take an Antllaln Pill This will oethc jt ur quivering nerve Dr MM Antl1mln Illli reline pain bjr r toftnc tile natural eeretlana In which they differ from opium and aim liar nareetto drug which relieve pain by checking the action of the glands They are sure and harmless and are the latest medical treatment for the cure of Headache Neuralgia Backache tlheumatlim Dlulnena Toothache Btemaeiuehe Menstrual Monthly laln Also nerve Irritations like 8ea Sickness Car Slokneas Sleeplesanesa todlcestlon etc Pleasant to take quick In results I have used Dr Miles Antirain nils for sick nervous hendaeho and hay recptvrd the lot results I hear tidy recommend their ouratlr proper ties for au ce fulM RAY A WIhrr D U Iowa qty la told by druggists at ZSe Money back If nrst box does not help Never sold In bulk FREE ckaeoofDr Mllei Fre Anti Pain Plllt the New 8dentm Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Illank Our Specialist will diagnose your you what la wrong end how to right tt- Fne PIt MILE5 MEDICAL UUlOIlATOnU S EUOIAAT INIX blinding menstrual blinding bought th- eMeat Shop Mtuwoj liaiulall thivtinifV treatment eolicttn Bros trading tniMlog building Good Things Kj I lIt t I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I Learn to buy at Arbuckle Simmons We bailers sacrifice profit do moro business policy that keeps tin always first with new goodsno here everything bright new Seasonable and Reasonable We can liMO you money may be a good dell Selections from Complete o o o o SimmonsIKY Dragging Pains 2825 Keeler St Culcaao ILL Oct 2 1902 tuffered with falling and con geitlon of the womb with severe thrbugh the groin I gut fered the time of men itruatton had headacLei rushing blood to the bruin to try knew not for seemed that I bad tried all and but had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for lick women I found pleasant to take and soon knew that I the right medicine New blood teemed to course through my veins and after using eleven I a wellwoman CI Mr Bush it now in perfect health because iho took Wine Cardui for disorders bearing down pains and headaches when all other remedies to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui In her home The tint convinces the pa Uent she lion the road to health advice in cases requiring directions address Riving AdvisoryDepartment Ne WINECRDII BuggiesPhaetons RunaboutsSurries FTrapsDurable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish giveNo We have Known as the Store on lrel and will have OIl on Corn 1I1It11lt tin forfair Your trade is bare IDurham Main Street Utroa Ky MISSING you are not with UN you are mat jgood thingn A 20 x 102 feet ful of A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Bore i SPECIAL WINTER SALE it pays to awl is this the seasons old stock clean know we Make our Linea 0 ArbuckleRICHMOND pains at and of What it failed it bottles wu of failed bottle For K D Meat Main fresh If boll bJ 4- Puaatu team duuta nrrrteatarrtsaI TbaM all Uwaas ma ail rirnd1aA IN THE- WORLD v1tJGI S UItA4 rot rataqtrluoo alrg lJUl == lQn 729 Paint fatlnttt Yen llait DtutJtt In lout rewa THE REASONS W U lnuiil VUii ISe Ik liu a uautW rfherspla tls- hte wdluary3A by IJo th S14U cud 5 ue show ui Male ef tae it Irtltrtt htMIr falmt ContmtiJ Corona fwf a dfmt anel tcunjanx rw rt r i 4 ttt awte riW U Douirlu see oat Kdo Un nanut toiiUlint at ear nor shwa byetl YAeetr 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