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it will be to your adviiu tngt to investigate IGrMlatna Iftter or lxrt tea to strltu V ill C tumble will hrill von infiirmatioi alx nt its WIIUlIrf1 ouijiwiiit fir doing yiMi good FROM THE WIDE WORLD Martial lap will iiMintuiiied fi aiintlier month in Itrn7il Unit danmge WHS duiio in tin ci- llIllmrltr of Itlolumcro Unuil Ity a tornadnMy iltT i tin Ilun Hrini furliuiiHat IMS Ntw dmirnHl till Di iinlxf 2S- A di nHMi tnilkHi otiOIX hlndonti WIIH ttoppsl jn fttrit of Mosoou Itulil nlilllDWIIk8 MHIIV otu dvntri now vouivdcd HIM other xrntibsllA D f IiiIl lx cnim known hHIII fur the flint lima tlm femur Colotiiiil Sttwitary 1fWl- hllIlInlrluhfltllrr1 a stvnrt utroki of Istrlu1Nis whifc in l Kpt a nlnxf tortegIVitb his wife Th 101111 was well gunnled Oil of the Itt physicians in iCmgietHiMttl him mid it was iHity by luxtdtiit diet tin ntws of Ids illn IMHIIIIH jmliWc IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Mailien anal lliiothorHllr Hl Ioit ullicc lnirtmiiit IxMnlltTs will Ml ttmpt to curry their emits to lit I nilwl Static SUW IIR utt Moft than half till employes of the I nitfdStati Soviriim iut nru now HpiMiinlcd on merit tH t froln fnrorit tttn that is Civil Service Itefurm- Annnunc ment is imido that under iiu circumstances will divorced pwr sons married by Mnyof the clergy uf Trinity church Kirish New York An exMtIitinii in dfnf Profs Mirs of tit Indianu UniverMity will In1 sent to SjNiin to observe tilt total stellar ccliio on the ttlof next August The n pHt of the Seorutary of tIll IrIrttpctiom are rapidly civilized Ihy now numlx about liUOOO limit interest in religion and In revival meetings is reported from various jwrts of the country Kev W C Hunt is conducting a pro tracted meoting at Huloit Will rho Southern New Englund cocHt was swept bya storm of blizzard severity At many jxiints winS were prtwtnitwl aunt lifteeu schooners were driven ashore at Vineyard Haven So far us known no lives were lost John K Vallacechiefengineerof till Isthmian Canal Commission has mane a report One of the four plans for a sealevel canal which would IK less exHusivo to oM nttu and nave time in passing through it but its cost would be tMlKK0X sad it would not lx tijxjn for tratliu under lifteeu years maul not corn pleted under twenty years COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 1Crush oil in the Kentucky Tenmts see suffered a reduction iu price of live cents a barrel Judge Gregory holds that tho stork of the ouisville Traction Com pany is exempt from taxation The CuinlKrland Telephone and Telegraph Company will increase its capital lSOOtXW to provide for im jtortant Southern extensions The Court of gaealsdecidlrl that- 1u1 P Adams Kepublican is to the ollice of CommouwealtirH At torney in tine lwtnty third district lnlctktllynilthunnilroaulshiKenl- ucky have accepted the down It the Stale Hoard of Health of KutllckprOh1l1l for Hits sanitation uf their cars DnRU ILA Look at this Classic Ladder InnnREEB SSpminr Scientific THE TALLESTSenior Junior THE BROADESTDrI1RIJt ItL AND A CHANCE Literary FOR 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spinster stood be fore s calendar which hung on her sit tlrjiroom wall She was a plump little woman upon whose face a tailed pink flush still lingered Her brown ryes were shy sod the brown hair rolled beck from her brow was threaded with silver Christmas she repeated as she it r nt back to her rocking chair I sup pI sf a Christian woman ought not to say such a thing but I dread the day and Miss Betty wiped her eyes- I ought to be ashamed and I am she went on rocking to and fro but Itt dreadful never to have a Christmas like folks who hate a family Now Im not repining because Im an old maid for I never saw the man Id think of not for years anyway the dull pink in her cheeks burned to crimson I havent a relative In this put of the country and I am so shy and bashful that I never grt close to people Sometimes I envy people women I mean who get the patty dainty gifts that love prompts Phe sat a few minutes In silence then rr toned her halfarticulate murmur ii I was poorI mean needy for I arr not rlchtht church would send me a basket ChrUnas morning Well Im thankful that I dont need that and I always give something to help fill the bashers as well as money for the Sunday Bihool Christmas tree Mrs Dea rn Green will send me a mince pis She has done it every Christmas for ten years and I always send her a plate of my crullers I will send Mrs Carpen ter a chicken and a few other things she will return an elaborate note of thanks every line beginning with a Theres Niece Tlllle capitalfetter to send me the new babys Dirt lire On the rare years when there Is no new baby she tends me a card Such things are all well enough but they dont mean Mite Betty stopped rose and walked aimlessly into the adjoining dining reIturnedIll do It Why shouldnt I The day after tomorrow 111 go to the city and I will buy dainty little things such presents as a woman ought to have at Christmas I will pretend to myself that they mean the love I am so slow learn jjng to live without the morning of the second day fol lowing Miss Dane left the village on the nine oclock train She did not re iturn until four As she walked briskly homeward from the depot her arms filled with packages she was overtaken by IrsI Hill Why lands sakes Miss Betty Toe dont mean to say as youve been to the city do you I didnt know as you was calcuatln on pin Well I have been there Miss Dane answered a little dtfianUy Whatd you go for Youve got anew hat already and your cloak was new last winter 1 went to do some shopping Land sakes Whatd you buy Miss Betty threw back her head her brown eyes staring straight ahead of her I bought Christmas gifts Goodby Mrs Hall and turning a corner the halffrightened spinster hurried down a street that led directly to her own door Mrs Mall looked after the plump lit tle figure baffled curiosity depIcted on her face Miss Deity Is altogether too cloee rnorthed It alnt becomln to a woman as lives alone Sties Dane soon reached her own home It was fast grafting darl and as she entered the sittingroom the gleam of the Mal stove seemed like a welcome tm glad to be beck but I am not sorry I went she thought as she carefully laid her parcels on the bed It Is coips to be a cold night Ill start the Arts In Ike dlalngroem and kItchen before I put these things away dresserItheset out before her After her usual fash Miss Betty communed with herself lion You were foolish Betty Dane to pay and a half for a china cup and when you have more than two I dozen of them now But it is a beauty touching the fragile porcelain with a carOMing finger and theres nothing nicer to give a woman than china There are two handkerchiefs They are the sheerest softest linen and the em broidery Is beautiful I am not so sure about the book The girl at the store said The Blfte Flower was one of the bestselling books of the season But I did something worse than buying these things Mlle Betty paused Her eyes spar kled and she trembled with excite mentYou ordered two dozen red carna tions sent up to yourself on Christmas eve Yes you did Betty Dane Well I suppose you had a right to only its too bad there Is no one else 1 With a sigh she commenced her preparations for supper The momentary depression passed as her mind dwelt upon her days outing When she sat down to her supper Miss Betty was at peace with all the world Tho table was spread with snowy linen glistening silver and pretty china There was a quaint oldfashioned silver teapot of fragrant hyson bread a pat of yellow butter creamed potatoes thin slices of pink ham a dish of blackberry jam and a plate of rich dark fruit cake The windows of the diningroom fared the side street In her abstraction Miss Betty had forgotten to lower the shades She glanced that way nervously when the door bell rang When she opened the hall door the light from the lamp In her band tell upon a fair girlish face framed round I with sunny hair Miss Betty recognised her caller as one of the teachers from the village school Good evening Miss Nesbit Will you walk In- Florence Nesblt followed the mistress of the house to the sittingroom As soon as she was within the room the girl began speaking Oh Miss Dane my errand is A strange one You know I am a stranger here and I have been so homesick II havent any homemy mother went away from me a year ago I looked in your window as I walked by You looked so cozy and homelike I just came in to ask you if would board me Board you Why I never thought of taking boarders What put it Into your headFlorences lips quivered Just be cause you were alone like myself I wouldnt be any trouble andoh Miss Dane I could be so happy here with you I Where do you boards With Mrs Elmer There is to be a vacation of two weeks at the holidays and I must stay there Miss Dane recalled what sheknew of Mrs Elmers housekeeping and shud deredYou poor child Of course you can come here There In the other bedroom downstairs always warm and the place opposite me at table WW Mite Nesblt I believe they have beenvwaltlns for you Florence threw both arms round the others neck I cant thank you there are no words to tell you what It means to me I walked by your window three times before I could get courage enough to knock Oh you dont know how glad I am It is likba beautiful Christmas presentMiss started remembering her own longing for Christmas remem brances Would not this girls pres ence In the houso be to her In her lone liness a girt that would partake of the Christmas spirit The days went by quickly Much to Miss Bettys surprise she found herself busy with preparations for the coming holiday season I There were the children in Florences room Miss Betty became almost as en thueiastlc regarding the surprise planned for them as was the girl teacher Then Miss Betty not only gave her usu- alj contribution of money for the Sunday school tree but she promised to go with I Florence aqil kelp trim It The basket for the church poor was filled to over l flowing To the one for Mrs Carpen Ur Miss Betty added one of the hand I kerchiefs she had purchased for her selfI suppose It Is foolish to send a worn I an In her circumstances such a nice- one she said in a sharaotaced way to- i Florence but women likewell they pretty gifts on Christmas jllke bent her sunny head and Miss Betty It Is dear instead i of foolish Why Miss Betty that Is tho butIclear was no snow the I earth lay brown and bare In the grasp of the frost king Just as the shades of I evening were beginning to fall Miss Betty emerged from the church where she had been all the afternoon Come home to supper in an hour dear she called back to Florence who stood In the doorway her sunny head outlined against a mass of dusky ever greens Florence nodded II smiling M sent and Miss on Shn stopped for the mall and found a card from the express office Calling there she received the package from the floe IsLItions Miss Dane said to herself Florence will be delighted with them In the morning she shall take a few over to Miss Bliss who Is sick I know Florence will be pleased with the cup and saucer It seem almost Providential that I bought It for she does love pretty china And Im glad I have that other handkerchief for our minis ters wife Mrs Perry is a real lady and she dont have any too many of the pretty things women like Miss Betty was home by that time In a trice she had the stoves open and the kettle on As sbe took the scarlet ear nations from the box and Inhaled their i spicy fragrance a gurgling laugh broke from her lips What a dunce you were Betty Dane to go and buy yourself Christmas pres ents Why I hare given them all away but the book and I wish there were some one to whom I could gJvo that I have learned that the Irieescdnoss of Christmas In is giving not In getting She soon had the coffee and the water for the oysters on the store As she brought a dish of salad from the pantry she heard the door bell ring Miss Dane went forward and opened the door A mans voice asked U Miss Florence Nesblt In Miss Nesblt will be here In a few minutes Will you walk la and wait for her Indeed I will maam I am the childs uncle and I have just come home from a long stay abjoad to And that lilT poor sister lost all her money before her death The Idea of Florence teaching school when Ive more mosey Hiaa Eh Why you are Betty Dane Miss Betty looked up Into the bronzed bearded face Yes Jack I am Betty DanesThe man came a step nearer Betty I was a hotheaded fool In the old days You were right to throw tee over and not to answer my letter bat It hurt It hurts yet Betty for I have never Idyeo any other woman The little spinster bad grown very pale Should she speak 7 It eat her a great effort to put aside her fatal shy flees but she did It I never knew there was a letter Jack It did not reach me I have been true to your memory all these years Florence came five minutes later She found Mlas Betty IB the arms ef her uncle Jaek Patterson It took sometime i to explain matters The delight of the girl almost equaled that of the elderlyloeflIt they were at supper that Miss Betty looked up to say Oh I I am so glad I bought that bookIYou dont understand Jack but Christmas present ready for you air Pattersons eyes twinkled That Is fine I am sorry Betty that I have nothing to offer you nothing but love Glad teats dimmed Miss sausIfiedage of the Gift that brought Christinas to the worldwas hers Washington Home Magazine Save Us from Our Friends j Once upon a time a man who hid experienced a prosperous year in brtsi ness thought It would be a gracious thing to share his good fortune with his wife so at Christmas be presented her with tho finest diamond nocklace he could purchase Whom the neigh bors saw it they set their beads to gether and decide that tyro man had made the gift for the purjwso of keep Ing peace In the family They won dored what his wife had caught him at and each lnrnt d a Wt of scanda to fit the case Moral Tho easiest thins In this world is to he misunderstood J J OConnell In Town Topics A Christmas Nuisance I Fellc and I we sever meet From ore years end unto another I seldom think of her Rod she has preclou little use terra Yet every Christmas wrpeat- That awful gin xohanglng bother ere fettered to It wrist and wrist Each has the other on hey 1lal And though were both heartsick of ItWe neither one would dare to quit Hy Eua M heat la Town Topic Hard on Brown Jones baa It in for Brown and Is planning an awful revenge upon him at Christmas Going to send him nn Infernal ma chine No Hes going to give Drowns children a graphophone Denver Times Thoughtful How kind of papal Whats he sent A quantity of presents for baby and on each are directions what to do I If he makes himself sick with It And here are the medicines oalBrook- Ilfn Llfo 3 aliMaiJu ilia the iGcrald z ugcl nos I 1 lovttothe licw bortl C oncarlllandtncrcl it ld tii- iw 30tiL M Jotirihc triumph ofthe is ilugclic ho9t proclair Igil1tat l9 borttinictlhlclhit i Tarhl tile iln- rlorg to the new born ring 4 WC J Mrs Jobsons Tact A CHRISTMAS STORY CkrJIUDItlkopilllg espied In t furriers window A squirrel coat which she instiinlly concluded was just about right That aid Mrs Jobeon to herself amiably but determinedly squaring her chin will to my Christmas present front Mr lobsoa Whereupon she entered the furriers establishment and tried on the squirrel cat It fitted her perfectly You may coaaldertbeeoat sold said Mrs Jobeon to the furrier nut platy It hack la the window I shall want ny husband to see It there By tbe way I with you would drape It oa a window model with darn hair Instead of on that blond model my hair Is dark you know and the furrier perfectly entered into the meaning of her smile and smiled back I shall otI 10 on the eat ItIlSIbandwhich he will within a few dart why I shall have you return the IIAtone Oh I understand thoroughly madam sold the furrier with another shrewd smile That evening at the dinner table Mrs Jobson by Imperceptible stages led the talk around to tbe subject of Christmas I and Mr Jobeon looked surprised aad i then thoughtful when she had impressed upon him the nearness of the great few ttralHad no idea that Christmas was right on top ef me agate said Mr Jobton I Its fjutor the way these Christmas seem to come around in bunches ally I THINK SKAT COATS JUST HUH MNd clustered together of late years Any thing yoaTK seen that you particularly covert Oh I have positively everything Uut 1 need replied Mrs Jobton In quite an offhand way I really dont cars for any more Jewelry atderthe goose bone weather prophets aU unite In say ing that the winter Is not going to be a severe one to thaturnwllh a little fixing over why I think I caa Jet through with my fur coat quite handily Its only a little rubbed at the sides and back but and then shrewdly watch ing Mr Jobson Mrs Jobson made the rest of the sentence Inaudible and devoted herself to stirring the aogar In her coffee RiTbbpd hey said Mr Jobton scratching his chin Well Its about time that coat began to rub some Isnt It Lets see youvo had that piece of fur Ilne and ho leaned back In his chair tnd began to calculate What they wearing In fur coats now anyhow said Mr Jobson after his calculating silence Oh everything replied Mrs Jobsuc ofcourseyear for furs txtrythlng scorns to te Uthloivble t lm mused Mr Jobeon still looking thoughtful After Mr Jobeon had got away with i his two afterdinner smokes tbat oven lag Mrs Jobson got him to arroMnaay her oa a walk downtown to take a look at tbe IMp windows in tbeir Christmas Query Needless to say she steered bin before he tired aad began to think of bis pipe and his armchair to the furriers window la which her aqnlrrel cot wa fastened loosely and Jauntily around tbe person of a baadsotae aria katyed w 1lady The wrap of the darkhaired lady ol wax claimed Mr lobeoas attention at onceWhat kind of aa animal or bird fur nished the pelts for that coatr he asked Mrs Jobeon vlwtac distinct lateral In Ute garment which looked distinctly swagger la the mellow light of the tltrol rites aclowIWhy thats one of the new qalrrol i coats replied Mrs Johvoa not with say particular show of Interest That Is thy lira came la last year III1Ie the thing Inquired Mr Job son viewing Mrs Jobeon with what he thought was a flue craf tineas out of the slants ef hisee CmyeM answered Mrs Jobaon Its handsome of course A little ultra as the milliners ay of the striking hats they make but I suppose that Is bP cans tie snoirrel coals are so new sad because we are not used to them yet I Won MM Mr hoboes right at him self whoa Mrs Jobsons view seemed to dub with his own I think tbat Just Its ripping my self think Its tI nut mlWJy Interposed Mrs Jobeon somehow or another that squirrel fur alwarn looks to me as ifand here she taut ktd merrily well as If a eow hall licked It the wrong way dont you think rMr Jobeorr cocked his head on one side and then shook It negatively I No he replied I dont think any hldejdOHllt prentice f suppose toad want era to i use bears grease or vaseline to that fur Me down as nat as a makeI eh Did you ever see a squirrel hair lying as close to his hldo as If hed been swimming In a Standard oil Mrs Jobson was constrained tankI that she had neverwitnessed such nomenonINow went on Mr Jobson thater that stickytip sort o poreuplny look of that squirrel coat Is Just the thing that makes the bit with mfl Its artistic I1 hate those cntanddried tooblamed smooth things anyhow Theres a sort of jolly esrroleasness about the tblsway andthat leek of that squirrel fur that I strikes me looks like a good strong nipping brent were blowing against IU eh WellrepMertMrs Job on musingly with a finger to her lip It has a sort of artistic effect when viewed from that standpoint really i Of course It has eloquently put in Mr Jobson expanding with his subject By Jose I didnt give you credit fur being able to catch my meaning Youre coming along for a fact association after art these years Is at length begin i nine to do marvels for you1114 Mr Jobeon smiled complaisantly at feia little joke Do yon know said Mrs JVrtwon as they went away from tho furriers win dow that you are right about those squirrel coats Its remarkable how quick you mon are to catch an elect Positively It hadnt dawned upon me at all until you mentioned ft that thoso squirrel coats are thoroughly artistic but I can see It now as plain as day Really If everything goes well Iebe Neve I should like to have one next year t do so love to wear things that you pick out for me because they Invariably prove to be just right and next enrI Tush Lets go somewhere and have some oysters put in Mr Jobcon mak thoIlIlIhJccthanging In her closet I Sho was sure of It when on the follow Inp afternoon she purposely passed tho furriers and saw that the coiilrrol coat had been removed from the window Sho went Into the furriers shop and merely directed an Inquiring glance at him lie nodded pleasantly Then hi handed Mrs Jobson the 10 rebate that was coming to her Washington Star i rP If C s Qnj e neei0 lyrKT Il i j I UOM his dock In the big light tIItroruer room on the second floor 2 Mr Grubblnson could see the Salvation Army girl who stood across the street holding up a papier nmche turkey Sho was not unfortunately the most beautiful creature he had ever beheld She was just a plain young woman whoso appearance was not improved by the uniform she wore Mr Grubblesons gaze toll upon her every time he swung around In his trig easy chair Not that ho looked for her but there seemed to be sonic peculiar power at work which placed her dl rectly in his line of vision a hundred tines a day There she stool with the snowflakes whirling around her She was on duty when he reached his office In the morn- Ing and she was there still when ho went away In the evening Mr Grub blexnn developed a curiosity concerning the amount of her cotloetions Ho wondered how many people stopped In the course of a day to drop n nickel or n dime or n quarter Into the makebe here turkey which she held up for the purpose of reminding people that the poor would have appetite oa Christmas Frequently he wimfd fur get his work and sit counting the pen ple who stopped to contribute waad r laIC as he SAW them drop their money into the turkey hew ranch they trove One day It orrurrxl to him that ho had never doses anything for cheer who were Iras fortunate than he H setup straight In his chair and wnmlnrtd If the turd might lint Aare given atilt greater prosperity than h rnlsed If he had been property rharltaboe lie Iwas what moat people would regard ua rich mat that lie wan not an wealthy by say mean as an wlihtd tr be As he sat then la his ruxurloiu nOtre ras Ins acmes rft the brews Ilene eoMler with her turkey Be said hi htmrnrtT When r tn tilt to lunch today rn attp a livedollar Mil Into that turkey- No ono shall know bow muck I Hire but nve dollars will make many a poor person happy nn Christmas and though they wilt never seen that I aa their benefactor the lx H will see When he put on hie eve eeet nt seem be took a crisp bin from hla wallet and carefully doubled U up Mdeseiy however nil coawrlenee began le whisper to hits John Ombbleawr It said yen srw trying to deodtre yowreeir Von are not Ihiakiag only of the good yes may do for the poor Yew are tbiukleg of the Me deal yea have on Yoe hope that by beikg charitable sew the Lord will aae II tola this matter an which you are to deeply interested ro tbroMch sail Hrna you tile pratta yow are no anxious for Ybta are merely trying to bribe Codi- He put taw mea hack late hla pocket It wont do Ma thoagnt Im guilty Theres no we trying to hide the fart from myself Ill wait till after this deal has ROM through Theo I will be able to ctwtrthita withal a selfish desire to have the Lord live me proflts In return So he passed the S ivntktt gin on Ille corner without helping to fill her turkey list day after day ns he looked across the street lie caw her there and day after day He said to himself that he would do something splendid for the pour as soon as his deal ma out of the way no that he might contrlbwt with n clear conscience At last he received the word fur which be had been no anxiously wait ing Ills venture had proved A success and be was richer by many thouannds of dollars than he had been before He whirled around In hit big easy tT rhftlrto look At the little woman across the street Fine flakes of snow were being flung around her liy the angry wind and he noticed that she hilt her slimilUtrs drawn up as If to ward oft the culil limit There was the yellow turkey too but tow people stopped to give tor the poor Mr Grtibblesorr remembered a new HindnllarWH that ho had In ono of hIs pockets and he began feeling for It When ho bad found It he doubled It up carefully and then turned onco more to his dosk At noon he put on his overcoat and went to the window to see If the Salvntfntr Army girt were stilt at her post Tee there she was with the snow whlrHng about her ant the people hurrying past apparently oblivious of her existence He took out the bill that ho had so cnrefnlly folded and looked At It Suddenly hisIconscience begun to whisper to again John Grubbleson It said are you Bfrlng this money because of your love and your sympathy for your fellowman or Is It merely a trifle that you are offering In return for the success of your selfish scheming You are still trying to deceive yourself You t think God let your deal go through be cause you had promised to give in case of your success If the Lord has seen flt to let you succeed Ho has surely not done so merely for the money you think of giving now Mr Gnibblrson slipped tho bill back Into his pocket and when be returned from his luncheon at the club he looked across at the Salvation Army girl again and wondered why she didnt take her turkey and hunt some corner where she might have betterahelterIfrom the wind nut his conscience had ceased to lather him Chicago TtecordHorold 1ri An InquilJtI aT Well i Do those people go to the north polo to try to Santa Clilul t yuck t IITHECITIZEN 7 I +HIHHIiHSHHH4HHHI t t- I The Home I JEHNIB LKSTKK UILL Mitel i UfIIHH11 + HIIHHI Whit a Olrl May Do at Baroi In Two Terms Till winter term OJKMH fill 11ril uesday ilnininry Ith HIH continue eleven weeks It will Ix immwliiitrly followed by tin spring IrtI4Ir eleven week more ending Juno 7th A girlwhOMstudiM are lelow the College and Academy run get the winter term including incidental rat s text Ixioks hfIrllllllllroom fur JJ7 and the spring term fur 4 t2o She will need nfiO to pMy thou first cdayfie the winter term There is 1 t11ryla girl in Kentucky who with till help of her friends cnnitot get this amount of Kchooling Now let us set what she cau do in these twenty two weeks III the first place she mill luau fret lessons in Hinging andonjoyaeoilrfo of fre entertainments in thin Talxir illiCit including Htureopticon lectures tousle lad addresses bysome of thin great preachers and speakers of the countryIn wound place silo win if shun desires give half hour time to what is called Homo Science learning how to do womans work in the bust way If HIO chooses to put in hur Unit on dressmaking slit Gas learn in twentytwo weeks how to cut and fit all of common garments fur women and children This will pro pare liar to tako euro of her own folks and earn 1110111 when she chooses by helping her noighlKirs Or she can givo her time chiefly to cool lug Or she can divide it between the two In the third place she can take several toxtliook studies Arithmetic 1which will teach her how to reckon mousy and keep accounts Grammar which will teach her how to write n letter unit to understand good road hug Jeogrqhywhich will IH till nttxt thing to taking a journey to thin World Fair History which will make her acquainted with the great men and women of our country cold of other countries in the post Physiol ogywhieli will show her the laws of iood health and something nlxmt tho I MLaro of those who are sick In the fourth place 41will make thu acipiainlanco of tho brightest anti best young people from ilia litCtlllll ties and states that shin havo friends in dilTuronl parts of the countrySuch n girl by thu ill hl1It of 8I2n will wmie Iwtk to her homo a clumped IMTMJII worth incalculably IrllllllllIUIIIUMII never waste or los- eIrt Iho girls reinemlHr that they do oat havo to have a grout collect of line clothes to come to Korea and that they will find in Miss Itohinson lass DoughiN and Mrs liana good friends till very day they get here Write to engage a room at once All questions will be carefully an mvorod by tho Secretary Mr Will C Gamble Heron Ky oHItrIHHIIIHilI The School It JOHN WIRT bINSMORB Editor HIIIIIIHH+IIIIHIHHow To Make a Teacher Who of us duos not want to see our hones community intprovtlwo ought to lava loss sicklies less shivering less swearing and wo ought to have more music comfort and prosperity Now these things aro to como ulxiut through tho parents tho preacher mid limn teacher and just now wo urn ointing to the teacher Thu Stato has been divided into districts and for every district the Stato provides pay for a teacher Thin teacher has a big thing to do II is to go into the district remind the parents and trustees of their duty if necessary show thin children tho value of education and give them training which will help thorn to bo prosK rous and successful men and women H is no secret t lint many teachers fail Tim school is not made attrac tie the children do not go The thinichildreutwithout thin training that they nerd On the other hand we can jxiint to the teachers who havo graduated from thin Herea Normal Course and show how tlW have benefited the people of thuiistrict in which they have taught and given added pros jmrity and happiness to till whole countyIt a noblo ambition for a boy or girl to desire to bo a teacher This in quite a different tiling from desir hug ttl have a school to teach There are a good nary who want to teach fur the Hukof the pay but wo soy it is a noblo ambition to desire to be a teacher one who can train little uhUdrun and show then how to grow up successful men and women To tiny youngiuau or woman who t uu nn uuuu 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 pf 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 mistakeyto 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 SHAVING SETS DOLLS SOAPS GLOVE BOXES BISQUE t PERFUMERY HANDKERCHIEF BOXES CHINA ALBUMS TOILET SETS JUVENILE BOOKS BIBLES COMB SETS GAMES MANICURE SETS BRUSH SETS I TOYS OF ALL KINDS Lowneys and Shroffs finest Candies for Xmas in Pabkages a Dont Miss Our Holiday Display Come in and see how satisfactory Christmas shopping can be made how t well we can fill your wants and how far we can make your money go I EAST END DRUG COMPANYI H C WOOLF Proprietor BEREA KENTUCKY IIIIH Midi nn ambition we commend the Nohinnl Course lit Berea The First Ytir is pretty nearly confined to till utilities on which a pCfIOlIlIIlIilt- he examined for a first classy crt lift cate The Second and Thing lean prepare a student to secure a State Certificate and gives him n good deal pf general education There is Algebra which is a higher Arithme tic there in Elementary Science and Agricultural lectures which will enable him to show his pupils souse of the practical things which nice success in life there is General History with other branches which really give a teacher power and large SuccessIf are going to be a teacher firm ioiir lard It is as delicate a matter to develop the minds of children as it is to repair watches or give medicine to jxjople wllo are lIick lay one who loves children wishes to do for them the very best If you urn going to le a teacher learn tit ttaclirrA rode H II I I I I I I I I I I I I I The Farm SILAS CBSBTBR MASON Editor 1 111 11 I 11 I 11 I IIII I 114 Whet a Boy May Learn in One Winter The winter term of Berea College logins January 4th and continues eleven weeks It is immediately fog lowed by the spring term beginning March 22nd Any farmers lx could stay through at least one mash of the spring term It would cost him for time winter term 27of which ho must pulp 1750 the first lay For one mouth of thin spring tuna it would cost him less than 12 This includes the use of textlxxiks hoard room aunt all college eX ens es Of course it does not include travel or clothing but wo do not wear ox ensive clothes at Bel uINow let us see what lit by these fifteen weeks of school this winter First ho has free training in singing and n series of entertain mentrt at the Tnlwrnucle including stereopticon lectures and addresses byKollar of the greatest speakers of the country- In thin second place if ho chooses ho can give half hum time to increas hug his powlr to earn money If he devotes himself to woodwork and carpentry he could learn how to handle the common tools how to sharpen them and take care of them Ho would learn how to draw thin plan fur a common house and ho would r get enough skill so that he could earn 150 a day where before ho could earn 7celltfl or 100 Or he may give his attention to the greatIput on different kinds of soil what crops should follow each other one season after the other the best kinds of seed the proper ways of gathering fruit and other things whichwill en nble him to get more money out of the mutt than his father before him could get Think what it will lie worth to the country to have young men who know how to double the products of our farms In the fourth place he will have tile chance to tllkother studies which will help make him a good citizen Arithmetic so that he can keep accounts Grammar that he can write letters Physiologyso tout he will know how to take care of his health and the health of his family when he hoe one Civics which teaches tho rights and duties of citi zens anti History which will make him acquainted with the great men of our own country and of other countries Geographywhich is as good an a to Fair What a pity that any young man should grow lipnml miss such op portunities as these Ono boy will stay at home and when spring comes he is older but not wiser or richer The other attends school and when ho conies home he has riches which he can never lose and whichwill benefit himself and his fatally and till whole community Those Mormons TUB CITIZEN again takes occasion to warn its readers against the insin uating ways of the eople who call themselves latter day saints These mormons have their headquarters in Ltah where their church is supreme and controls its members with a high hind The recent investigations by Congress show that high otlicers of the church are now living with several wives apiece and in other ways offending against common tonality This whole thing originated in deception as iHhOWII by thin Josephito wingof the church which tells the truth sometimes about the other wing Good people should have nothing to do with thou mormons Treasurer Osborne still has threw houses to rent to families who wish to live in Berea for the education of think children These are furnished with stoves bedsteads chairs and tables prici S to lu for the term Apply at once II BRIGGEN CHARLES KING AUTHOR OF THE IRON BRIGADEOUR A 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 The Iron Brigade as well as many other troops of the war Of the story the Los Angeles Express says Gen Kings active military career has given him a 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 It Gen King has felt the thrill of battle and he knows how toUmpress 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 Tho title of the book belongs to an old band of Wisconsin fighters of rebelllon days The story therefore Is of soldiers from the Generals own State wlthlthe addition of a company from Indiana Romance abounds In the story but there hlslorlln It as well A good boys book and mans biok and womans book Iron Brigade The opening chapters of this strong story will soonfappear In J these columns WATCH FOR THEM uuuuuuSubscribe for The Citizen i i The Citizen Ax INDEPENDENT FAMILY Ntwsrira Fabllihfd frery Thnrtdtj at Beira KT BEREA PUBLISHING CO 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by MRS A P SETTLE JR Depot treetBeres Ky Miller House Newly fitted up Meals and Board and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joss R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond st- yWilliams la better prepared than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean lug awl Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed VV A Williams f1alaStreet Bert KY Fight Will Bo BlttorIThoso who will pernt ill closing their ears ngainHt the continual roo rominoudation of Lr Kings New for Consumption will liave Ialong and bitter light with troubles if not ended earlier by IAII termination Read what T KBfnll of Bfall Mile has to pay 1t fall my wifo had every HTinptoni ocon pumption She took Dr Kit JB Sew Discovery niter everything MU bad failed CHIIIK nt OIJUH suit four battles entirely uurtil Imo Oimmnped br East End Drug Do Jrico We auto fl CO trial bottles Jrto JupttlnttuuAI1UUJ5 By PROF C TARDY of the University or Paris VOLUTION the progress of population is never anything but an effect thereof- If after having become dense at a certain point in con sequence of agricultural or industrial progress of technical or scientific discoveries which double or increase tenfold alimentary or other resources population occasionally in its turn becomes a cause for fresh progress by reason of its density it is a secondary phenomenon consecutive and not constantIn China population has become extremely dense yet civilization is not progressive in the least In Norway population has remninedexceedingly sparse still civilization is most exalted and ever increasingly higher Look at the country of North America a tribe of redskins dispersed throughout It does not progress it remains n hereditary hunt ress and savage On the same territory later immigrants from Europe commenced to live in a state of dispersion as in the far west today Nothing serves to hinder these giants in enriching themselves and in civilizing themselves Cities the foundations for density of population did not come until afterward and as a necessary consequence of the mental state of the scattered population of its acquirements of its laws of its institutions imported from Europe- At the present day the United States is one of the nations of the world where density of population is the feeblest and it is one of the highest places in the scale of civilization In the middle ages at certain epochs the density of population was at times quite as great as in modern times In spite of the dcnsi yoL population or urban concentration witness those ages as conspicuous instances of barbarity and insecurity Never in our times has the urban agglomeration been so complete or so dense as during the hundred years Mar the most calamitous epoch in our History when there was no population living in the rural districts where all classes the farmers themselves lived gathered together in the narrow confines of the walls of a town or a small city It is true that if there had not been small cities or towns thtie would be no large cities London had 15000 souls There was in finitely less difference between the size of the diycrsc cities of the thlr teenth century than there is at present But what significance attaches to that It signifies psychological or interpsychological causes re ligious causes scientific esthetic moral causes If discoveries pertaining to means of rapid communication tluul not taken place in the nineteenth century we would not have seen such colossal cities rise Do not cite Babylon as a contradiction to this statement Nothing is less comparable than that grand and immense village with our European or American cities It wis rather a city of Chinese sort If we should wish to undertake the work of demonstrating as a social Nestor the biological genetic propensity in the progress of civ ilization we must place ourselves at the beginnings of social evolution Vhat happens when a savage or barbarous tribe such as still in habits the Caucasus districts of Europe produces more children than it can nourish because of its ignorance of agriculture and industry Is it because of the sole fact of its multiplicity its biological expansion continuing every day or oftener the agricultural or industrial prog ress which permits this ever increasing number of mouths always to find nourishment No The excess of population emigrates the tribe stagnates that is all The increase alone tends simply to impoverish the population to render vet more miserable the social condition of the tribe fertile in children namely Sterile in ideas It is this which happens in the lowest strata of our European populations The term aposllic 1 pn 5tn 1successionrelationship means the to g the ministry of Christs tirrr55iutt church that the prefiden SIIAYLERteal suCCKSions incurs By REV ERNEST V presEpiscopalJ en 0 Ie 1Uteu States No thoughtful person will ever deny that Theodore Roosevelt is in the direct line of succession from George Washington possessing in himself all the presi dential privilcgcsand powers and authprity Neither will any impartial and careful student of the history of Christianity deny thru from the apostles until the legally commissioned bishop of the church today there is a succession which carries with it aU that the apostles had in commis sion and authority There is aj unbroken succession from the first man created to the last born child That is the unbroken succession of human life No one denies that fate oak tree of today is descended from the first oak through acorn and sapling and forest giant As this is true of human generation and of the law of everything whose seed is in itselfso it is equally true of the apostolic office and of men in spiritual generation to whom Chr st said Lo 1 am with you always even unto the end of the orldIThe opportunity to cstWrl irr gmernDTasUuun ot Iteprecwulreit Unless a young man has ideals and pifrposcs he will fare no better under the government than in nay other vocation The price of success is the same the world over Every boy brought up on American soil should so far as lies in him prepare himself for the duties of citizenship in all its local rela tions since our government rests upon individual entities and must rise or fall with the average intelligence of the people The best senatorial equipment includes a knowledge of law In the house the member must become a specialist Public service as an occupation calls primarily for the same quali fications that a successful and respected business career requires whether one enters the ranks through the qvil service examinations or by means of a pregitluitial app oiotlJ1ellt to a consular post or is elected by the people Thort mint be both aptitude and indefatigable industry if one lionet for oven moilqrate suscejsJ The Prince of Peace JSunday School Lesion lor Dec251904 Prepared by the iCIphway and Byway Preacher rta1IMemory versus tito of the birth of the Christ In Luke Zro1- 0LDKX TKXTllls name shall be called Wonderful Counsellor The Mighty God The Everlasting Father The Trine 111I was probably ut reln ot Ara father C PLACK Jerusalem the home of the prophet Introductory Note I These verses from the prephecy of tsnlnl which form the basis of our Christmas lea son ore the concluding portion ef the prophecy of Chapter 8 the Xeveirthelewi of the opening verse Indicating a contrast between the judgments and calamities enumerated In chapter 8 and the promls of the Ilgkt and the Irlnce of Peace given In the flirt seven verses of chapter 9 The ambiguity of much of the text U re moved by the Kevlsml Version especially the third and fifth vine The third rem reads Thou hast multiplied the nation TheIrolled In blood shall be for burning for fuel- of are To appreciate the condition of sin and dmtolatloa ef the nation Implied In the term darkness no a result of the corrupt reign ef the during which period this prophecy was uttered we must turn back laalah 7 and J Kings IS and the paral 110 pasaaa In S C1 ro rtcleB Hut great dark new kaa the promise of Oreaer Light The Lesson Outline Elngdem11The lacv 2 of U Vexatloa 12 IlIon Q Darkness H P ath HThe Vltlon of the Ceralng Oneva 11 IiXnUa CharCIM1 tIloilrU A areat light Ta Uvbt shlned 1I ijria letsIeaweraaee Thou bast het ken the rofcetae burdeatad- redv C Ills MethodsIeecabe TMII shan 4 IIg Authority Suaetrne The ernravnl shall be epos lite ahculder v C I UK NameIs Wondarfal Cb Coun sailor el The Muihty God dl The KverlastlHt Katb r tot TIe Prince of reacev 6 IIITh Character of Ills Klnpesva 7 U Peaceful and Iraaaeraua ur lha la crvaar of ills roiacnl end peace there shall N no eM- Q Rlahteoua To establish It wlik judgment sod with Jusller 11 Krrriasilnc from benwrfortk even ferever nTh Iertalnty of FunB ntrhasea af the Lord ef hats will per form tbv 7 Comparing Serlpture with Scripture ITh Land of the Shadow 0- IlJealbThe place of 1 Vexation 2 3 Drkn M DosUh like a cioml enshrouded the laird Where sin reigns there U always to W found vexation af ipirh sore aOUcttott darkness and death moral and spiritual nTbe Vision of the Corolnt One I Ills KMcntlal Chrectertatic Ught A Great Light The Light hhlnel Ak 2 Matthew quotes this passage and declares Us ulfltlmeDt la JMUS going to CapurnnMm to dwtll falL 11315 Cf Jolla 11 I 812 2 Ills Mltslon Doll erasee- Thou hat broken thu yoket be bur denstnrtrod Va I The yoke tbleh Satan places upon the ami is taro galling and cpprwulve than that of any earthly power Ho rime to- brisk the lower of evil Rom 71 1 Cor 1587 16 3 lite Methods 1tarealile The Version of rerre 5 fimpllCei hid thought The rcwiirenaHU at war and he garments of the warrlore ore to becunne fuel for tbs lire sad burnt up War it to cease Lniver- sal peace Is to prevail under the refga rf Kins Emmanuel leilah In rhaper 11 grei In fuller detail all that Is implied In this verse This part rf the prophecy hat yet to be fulfilled 4 lilt Attthorlly Supieme The toveinment shall he upon Ills shoulder Title alto await fulllllmeet 5 Hit tamelal Wcmlcrful Juiei 1818 marble Tim 316 Ib Coonsollor Horn 1133 34 Col 23 c The Mighty GoU1 2IS Titus SMS ell The Brcriaatlntc FaLIIlrA child yet The Kvprlattlni Father ftco June own claims In John 10ru had 110 e The Irtnco of 1eace A title In harnienr with tho declara lion of verse 5 lrc2dr Ire U our Peace Luke 221 Kph 211 KIDrdomIIIreign will bring prosperity and peace such st Will never before Itiown- S IMghlcous flVhen Christ shad rVlgn then shall perfect rlghteousaoiw in oral Ira 4221 It 450 7 r I IJyoilasilns From henceforth even forever Jinn 244 11rho Certainty of Fulfillment The zeal or Urn Lord of Hosts will I crform thin This It the guarantee cf the realization of all the wonderful provisions of this flrlUrg prophecy Peven conturloj before tho Christ was Loin Isaiah had the vision of slim lie came and how marvelously was Scripture fulfilled In Him There are prophecies Btlll to bo shall and not one jot or ono tlttlo pass front the law until all be fulfilled Matt 618 Is 408 516 Ills name shall be railed Wonder thoIthere Is character behind the name The titles which tho Holy Spirit gave to Jcttis 700 years biforo HI advent arc ixproeslvo of ills character Interpret Jesus through Ills titles and then let Jesus become the exponent and dotlnl lion of these titles The Uospola spell IK marvoloua fullucti npd aocurucy the nama1 Wonderful Oounnellor the Mliihtj God the JSverlasttce Father 119 JllUtf Of Pct ICOME IN AND LOOK Was Observed in a Liquor Store Which Would Catch the Unwary In tho front orewindow of a dealer In wines and other intoxicating drinks I several times noticed during the Vast winter placards displayed upon which wore lettered the words which form the caption of this article Come In and look You will nullJe xpccted to burl How like In sentiment and accordant In rhyme I thought to the familial ditty of my childhood Will you walk into my parlor said the spider to the Uyl With no Inclination whatever to accept the invitation to otter this death trap says Josiah W Leeds In National Advocate I could nevertheless In Imagination look around upon its brave array of bottle of wine anti demljohtu of whisky Ita Hatkt of pin and cocks of brewed Ikinon and readily plctun InMllllrIthe dealer would hnvo been nlto ethei unwilling to have enacted right there In his pretence Thus I could bring before him the young washerwoman who with a belle at her breast and with a second little use just able to walk beside her was at work at my boas only yesterday It might have been well had this greatly wronged woman stood In his pr aenee where hi too could have sees her weep bitter team whilst she told bow her husband had broken again hla good re solve had spent nil hU weeks wages for the hateful UqllOrbad lost an ex cellent place and flashy overcome with remorse at his folly had utterly deeert childrenI ul tale of this upon tII tabletltalort8M1tttectnllasII bttn tllvnrMt by drink another site of whom I bad knowledge who earned a livelihood by washing Most falUtHl nod bardwcrklng was she In her sober moments but constant was her craving for alcohol and dreadful to br were her rings and imprecations who It roastered her Overcome by the habit rile had at last died miserably In Ute forlorn room of the tenement where the lodged TbCNwrlter being called to the spot beheld a loatoaoNM object such as he hoped never again to see yet had he aeN4el the Invitation of the rmnseltor to coMe in and look upon those den l hiu of wblaKy in the wart house referred to visions of desolation very like this mutt hate risen to view Again I might have brought I could bring aow Into the pretence of this dealer a terribly besotted and bloated creature made so bj Ibe same madden lag prison as la drawn from those casks If then should GOlD with him at the Saute time the two elder tons who are following bard ID their fathers steps to ruin and the nine other children which would Include the jabbering Idiot boy and the baby and finally the mother herself to tell ct her hutbands newly colntlnuoM drunken or h3f dtunken coocltlon his frequent ravings and foamlngs when be dashes the scanty furniture about and ne one It ute In hit presence hK threatening to kilt her with the hull which he issue In his ehoemakcra craft and of her being Crivrn screaming Into the street even at midnight la the depths of winter and with a single garment upon her I think perhaps the owner of the racks and demijohns might be convinced rL till reality of the suffering though he night still make denial of the Iniquity of the tralllc by which he thrives I have hors simply spoken of three casts of the drink evil happening with lu a tones throw of each other In what Is spoken of as one of the poorer looalltlts of Philadelphias inviting suburb G Almost every use who reads these lines cnn clto somewhat similar In stances whilst the eases which dally came before our quarter sessions court will furnish many others or the liar towing details of which the swiftest pen could not take full account Yet are we Inured that none of these things are unrecorded In the book of remem brance none forgotten by Him who btareth the cry of all Hlx creatures Would that all who arrcdo to the alluring Invitation to Como In anti look who look acqulosclngly upon thuwlne when It U rod would consider the deadly peril of that udders sting at the last It Mlnseth like an adder which IB likely to asiall them rcratm berliix that drunkards and the conscious niulcrs of drunkards have no Inherit nnce with these who may enter In through the gates Into the city Still to the tempted the wcdry and the hravj laLan II ever extended the Invi tation with Its protnlte of eternal rest Lot him that Is athlrst come And whosoever will let him take the water of life freely No deception nor doubledealing here The word Is come anti freely take for assuredly you will not be expected to buy Dell habit n Handicap The Olympic racer could no moro hope to win with Iron balls tied to lilt feet than can the young man who line become n slave to bad habits In tho competitions of the hubs mn will need all the forces of lirnln and will and sloady nerve lint thoy oan outnmnnd The roco is not always U tine swift but It U never to the OTlpplwl or the fctUroiU UDlUu Pritf Ijtortaii THAT WEAK POINT A Street Incident Which May Easily Tonch a Strong Temper ance Lessons Thoy were bnildlnc a skyscraper Uach evening as itaatttd the spot I could see that it Iliad grown Ono utter noon during Its growth I chanced 10Ipass The walk on the opposite ldt of the street WOK crowded with podettrlana They had stopped to watch the prorea of hoisting a large stone to Its resting place on the very top of a tall pillar All eyes were turned toward tho huge rock Workmen were clanking chains snapping steel hooks prying with crowbnra again tightening the chains a little more and all this while the crowd stood in openmouthed awe even the care M driver of an occasional wagon turned to watch them lift thomoasteritone Jut then the silence was broken by a thrill whittle Down came an enormous hook which hung from a long cable Slowly It made Its way to the stone and with a flash the workmen thrust the bent piece of steel through the ring which lay on top of the alone to which tho chain waw attached A grimy workman swung his tollwl hand In the air soother rode whistle sounded sad the strong steel cable became taut The links of the chain snapped and cracked at they eemvd to tighten their metallic muarle then the stone slowly rote In tile atr toss and toes of weight Workmen jumped aside for no chances must betaken The crowd on the sidewalk held their breath little was audible tare the cboo rhco cuoo of the aria at It hoisted the rock nat Jt then tome thing happened flaap Whirr Clink I CHUG news fell the mina A groan went up rfom the onlookers Tbt work men who bad previously stepped aside rushed to the spot to sse what bad broken They busied around the stone which now was well embedded In the and and rubbish and tier foundsb- roken link It war the old old ttory 1stonea boat the chain It NoinR to brealt tf there be a Maw In one of the llnka slew many limas lure wt Want thin repented concerning our own lives AdvanceTO THE HIRAMS A Brief Tee peniM e Lecture asti OtMn seta to What Year O0ht tt Da Hiram you may think that if you sever permit your clgnrwtie to g antryou art a tkoraugbbred and that when you get drunk sad collapse after a considerable tiblblt of blind staggers a wealth of profanity sad teal tall that you are Al rounder Hiram U ywt could Just swell your own breath aid- a yourtelf as others see you jrcud Ukt a brace Cigarette smoking la a bar ui your advancement No batlnesa nan waste you when he learnt that you likt drink It is such a temperate age that on Sunday there was a Dutch pit Die at Helms garden In Kantat City Nut a bit of beer was sold or cuntunrd Ml kinds ofmeaexcept the cheapest nest depraved tort have come to tote pU where they can see the folly cf Hqtor drinking You art shoot the only tool left Saturday night you drank a Itur stuff that made you sick and dirty Yet didnt have any fun You lost standing even among the burL Two of them helped you home and you were ashamed- d It when you got sober A number irf men wboet respect youd like t0 havt taw you as you atageeretf acd fell ala the street You slipped bark a great many soup In their estimation Now what will yci do Why brace up of course Just say to yourtelf 111 never drink another drop Drink rasp ea me feel Wad and it Masts me for worU I sot only want lo make a good living but I want to make a good life riot do It unletB brace up Im never agaIn going to do the loose thing the best IKjpIc frown upon Im going to art some good girl lo love me and for rlrsake and lily own and for the sake of my parent and friends Ill he a man of tome account Ill mauler my basinets to thoroughly that my employers wilt say Im their best man and that they cant get along without me No snore cigarettes no more liquor Thats my ticket I can bo a man If I want lo be And Ido want to bo SIc If I doaL Brown County 1Vort- dTEMPLBANCE SENTIME2TT Servitude to a bad habit Is the mr render orlI1rr froedomUaltetlI- ruebytorlan Ho who IndulxcN In liquor to sharpen his wits U teeing the devil Ui hasten his death For every dram that men drink Satan draws a new arrow from his quiver lays It to big bowstring and lodges It In tho uetrt of his victim United Proabytocttn Liquor Is a bad thing for anyone who wants to go through life and work In earnest Deadens all your nerves and makes you foel hatless A Mlow In that fix Isnt worth anything but to sit around and walt for the end to come Ho just doss everything mechanically Thomtu A GdlsonIBeer in Switzerland Deer drinking is Increasing very rapidly In Switzerland and with the usual disastrous meets The OOldHl statistician has lately Issued sotna rather alarming statements about the beer consumption The quantity used quartsby3000000 Slurs than JJ30000M a t year U spent In thin way which IIconsiderably moro than double the cost of all the primary atheols IH time country lloaldts tho ynttt of money there to wl Miread piiyttral nod moral tmertomiteu whiva tmlbe talututiu IMIA f1 rJJlb J Ifu 7iJU k TREE PLANTING IN WEST now the Deficiency of Natural For eU May Be In Large Near ure Overcome Planted trees can be made to sup ply the deficiency of natural forests on the great plains It well arranged According to the United States bureau of forestry In bulletin No C2 Just published the results to bo obtained aro sufllclcnt to justify the exixndlture of time and labor An Intelligent selection of species followed by good care Is essential Whether for windbreaks or for thecom iii errial products the planting should be carefully done cedars and pines requiring particular care For ordl nary plantations the beet practice Is to UM small trees and homegrown WOOOIOT SAC ts LAWN acslacnce It- eO eAgn o OsrvtwrG176 jw3 t a r bOROIAIIO AND OAAOCN ZACR 3- 6Si LR I rI1 a Aca re t PUBUC ROAD e i A HAIUISTKAU AHUANOKWKN- TwcOllnps to till as poNt III In many of the trrelees dlstrklH of western Kan MA the plantings may be made to serve a dual pxriHwe It well managed both as windbreaks and wool lota The sketch ehows a farmt ad on the soatbwe corner of a coetluu says Orange Judd Farmer It contain 16 arras 8 acres of which are pleat tod to trees On the north olds a Uv acre wood lot extends arrow the Jrou HU and one of a little more than two acre arrow the soath end The west eWe Is protected by a belt ot trees pro rods wide The lanes and driveways are two rods wide and lied with trees two rods apart The rows r of trees In the windbreak ibottkl tie ilautMi four by eight feet and thinned to olKht by debt when they net largt Colloflwuotl mixed with cedars are very hardy the quick growth and when older the cottonwood may be rr moved Iwivlcc a belt of cedar The rows in wood lots run out and wet unlit feet apart with trek roar fet apart In thu rows In then are used mulberry wage orange black locust rroeu ash or tomctliiiM hardy rain pa Catalpa and ONce oranges do well This arrangement ossurts pro h lIon for farm bulldlnns and at the same time affords a considerable wood lot and ronveolenl grounds BREAKING HEIFER TO MILK How a Resourceful Woman Overcame Dlincultlea with a Youn Milch Cow Recently It fell to my lot my hutbsnJ being away to help break In a twoyear old heifer that had lust calved says Auut Jean In Farm and Home She was cktremely lively with her h elaen that I had to milk with one hand caring t for mv milking tin with the other 1 did not want to use traps so I took a box lurried It on Us side and nailed a Sew stripe of wood by way of a guard on the corner next the heifers leg Within title guard I placed niy milking tin then sitting sldcwlse as on horse back on the other end I was able to milk with both hand keeping my knees and left nrm close to heifers leg The plan was flmplo and worked beauti fully THE ORCHARD TIlt Ideal soil for a peach orchard it either a heavy sandy loam or a light y clay loam Every farm rhould have an orchard and n vlneyarl and these should be regarded ns among Its permanent Im provements Where possible the buyer of trees for the family orchard should select them from n nearby nursery and f nlioiild visit the nursery himself to Binko sure of whnt tin ts gettingR omit farmers cannot afford to take time from their other work to grow Hilt for market but enough should lie rrown ro that the farmers family may have an abundance of each kind in Its season That Is one of the com jirnnnllonn of farm life Trees shipped long distances will do as welt as any other trees If they are properly packed and delivered It nmiotlmes occurs that the mOil around the roots Is allowed to get dry and the route are therefore not In n good condl tion ut time of planting Farmers Ite slew Specialising To nullao tho greatest profit the slryiiif should have cows bred tile tinctly his milk To combine milk and tccf In one nnlmnl U n sure failure for ether nr Ink The ditnlnurnote sow in very well In theory but the ntwar- yyar utU Farm Journal SKUNK FARMS A New Industry Which Is Now Being Developed In the United States The United States holds many novel farms One Industry that perhaps the average farmer would hesitate to en gage In Is the growing of skunks Yei wo have some skunk farms that are said to be a success For certain good reasons the industry Is one that Is not like ly to be overdone In the near future It Is of Interest to note however what a Missouri enthusiast recently had to say regarding the enterprise That skunk farm is no joke he is quoted as saying Several of us have put up 1100 apiece and bought a ten aero piece of scrub land which we are now having fenced In The Inclosure U such that no skunk once In there will ever be able to get out We are digging holes In the ground and underbrush heaps for the protection of the skunks We have offered rewards for all the skunks In tho neighboring country We pay lli for a short or narrow striped skunk and UIiO for a black one the latter being by far the most valuable Already one young fellow has caught 1C another 12 and others lesser num burs We shall probably atart In with about SO We will gradually develop tho breed by cutting out all of the scrubs to that we can have a black breed In the end A man up In Michigan gave us the Idea lie has a tenacre lot full of skunks and Is clearing from 15000 to JCOOO a year from them without a stroke ot work you might say The skunks become domesticated and are not troublesome We expect la furnish enough fur to supply all ot Missouri within a comparatively short time There Have been several requests fur stock In our concern but we think we have a good thlagand arc holding on to It DRAGGING THE ROADS The Splendid Results Which May De Obtained with the Proper Device The season for bad roads Is now ap proaching nod It Is a good time to meditate over the matter as we slowly wend our way over or rather through gome of the muddy thoroughfares of this great commonwealth The coat of making and maintaining a good roadbed has been frequently quoted at many thousands of dollars per mile We do not believe In these ex travagant flgures Many of our roods era be greatly Improved and maintained In excellent condition at a moderate coat If the wort Is in the bands of the right man or men It la wonderful what good results can lie secured with a good road drag The Mural Advocate drag Is agala Illustrated and briefly described- It ts made af oak plank two inches thick ore foot wide and about eight Ta cC Dra9 fort long The sketch shows Its con struction Use short sections of oak to hoW the two planks about IS Inches apart Shoo the lower front edges Two threefourths loch rodk 34 Inche tang with rings at the front ends and threads cut on the opposite ends should be used to bolt tho drag solidly topeth er Nail the cross plover Into position with No 40 wire spikes Put heavy washers on the rods next to the hitching rings alto back of the burrs Put a detachable seat or platform on top for the driver Use a chain hooked Into each ring and make the hitch so that the dirt may be worked toward the center of the track ai required Vie a two or threehone team as may be needed As soon as the road begins to get dry enough go over a abort piece of track string it a good dragging This treatment will till the run distribute the moist earth evenly over the track and slightly elevate the center It will pound plaster and cement the dirt solidly together and leave a smooth hard surface that will shed water readily unless it be verj Candy After every rain when the road be gins to dry out repeat this treatment It will produce results on any road that will both surprise and please everyone who drives over the track There will be no ruts but a hard cemented surface as long as this frequent treatment Is maintained Wagon Road Building The opportunities tor Instruction In building different kinds ot wagon roads afforded occasionally at fairs nnd Institutes and by sample sections that have been made under govern men auspices have been very valuable and have aroused the people some what to a realization of the importance of regular Instruction on this subject It would be well It each state would spend a portion of the sum ap propriated annually for the Improve ment of Its highways In holding In ethnics of Instruction for wagon road supervisors and all others who have to do with road building and repairs The trouble with the road builder Is that he does not consider hit bust tress a profession and needs to learn from experience of others Dy estab itching a school for Instruction In road blinding the state could do n greater service to the public than by using tho amount such n achpol would coat In Gliding ninradnm roads throughout tbd country Agricultural Kpitomlst cUr oil or licioiieno Is a cheap and nftMllvt preventive and oxtormluator of lice In chicken bout SOCIETY GIRL A HOUSEMAID Philadelphia Heiress Takes A Place as Servant to Cook and Do Other Menial Work Philadelphia Miss Marlon Honey man Wood a member of the cltsmost exclusive social circles a former hospital nurse and actress is at pres ant engaged In a new venture and the set In which she moves has been given a new theme for conversation She le dounid the costume af a housemaid and is serving In that capacity for wages at the house of her cousin bliss Louise Wood an artist She has held this place for the last five weeks and the matter has been kept secret from moil of her friends Members of her family she Is a daughter of Kdwari Randolph Wood declined to give any Information about Miss Woods pres ent venture Miss Wood spent the summer with a theatrical company In Canada This organization tailed and the young j woman who had aspired to histrionic honors returned to her home Whlli serving as a trained nurse In the Pennsylvania hospital she learned to cook and this work is included In her duties at the UUtcnhouse street home tightblue eyes On ovary afternoon ex I cept Thursday she acts as hallmald and takes the cards of callers at the door j She also makes herself otherwise useful about the house She says she I likes the place and although the pay is not co good as that received b stars on the stage she Intends to continue as a maid until bhe liar an opportunity again to take up the life ol an actress Miss Wood says she Is very happy and Is not thinking of giving up hoi place in spite of family protests SboI grants however that with all drawbacks stage life Is preferable BUND BOYS PLAY FOOTBALL Three Members of Kentucky Team En tirely Sightless Opposing Play I ers Required to Yell lculIIe KyThe latest addition to the list of things that the blind can enjoy is football last summer the klghtlees wards of the state of Ken lucky organised a baseball team and played many exciting tames This year football was adapted fur the blind boys and the other morning they played a tie game of 10 to 10 at straight football against n tram that could see The same was taken up about a month ago and soon the students had perfect ud a code of signals aad mastered tbe principle of guards back tackle anu buck formation For their backs they selected the boys with the bm vision Including several who have a lair measure of sight in one eye Their quarter backs soon acquired such apti rude In paging tbe ball that fumbles I minimum of Irewere reduced to a queue The center two guards and one of the tackles of tbe Institute team are en UrI blind Most of thee members oi the team can distinguish an opponent by the color of his sweater The only regulation laid upon the opposing team U that the quarter back shall call pass when he puts the ball In play At tan opening the full back of the opposing loam kicked off deep into the territory of tho blind asylum team Konnen captain of the blind boys caught the ball called to his men to form their Interference about him and I plunged 20 yards down the field run ning low swiftly and with utter fear tIUReIoJ MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Doc 17- CATT1FrCommon J2 50 fi 3 50 Heavy steers 4 85 5 00 CAIABS Extra 1 6 50 HOGS Ch packers 4 GO ff 4 ti Mixed packers 4 60 4 60 SHEEP Extra 4 40 Ti 5- 0IA11liSExtra p G 75- KtOlW Spring pat G 10 i C 3- 5WIIIATNo 2 rush 1 1C fi 1 18 No 3 winter Qs 1 14 CORN No 2 mixed Qp 40 No 2 while Q 4CVj OATS No 2 mixed 3- 3IIYlNo 2 81 fl 8- 2hi1YCh timothy qjJ3 un IOUK Clear mess fi 12 75 IAKD Steam 6 S714 7 25 ntTTKIl Ch dairy IjCh- olet creamery Gd 28 Vj AIPIICSCliuicu 2 50 W 3 00- PYTATOESPar bbl 160 fj 1 65 TOIUCCO Now 5 00 013 00 Old 4 50 p14 75 Chicago FlOITH Wlntdr pat 5 10 0 6 30 VHKATNo 2 rod 1 12u g I loV4 No 3 red tj 1 1- 0COHNNo2 mixuti15n 4- GOATSNo 2 mixed p 29y- RVlCNu 2 fi 73 1OHK Moss 11 30 G 11 40 JUAIID Steam P 0 SO New York FIOUIl Win strls 6 25 I 5 40 WHEAT No 2roil 4u1 1 lCi8 CORN No 2 mixed f1 6- 2OATSNo 2 mixed 35 tf 36- 1OHK Family 14 LO I15 00 IAHD Steam fl 7O Baltimore T1IEStcorg of 3 75 4 50 SHKKI No 1 fut 2 50 0 3 00- IAbnlSChttlao C 00 if C 50 AI ICSChuleo 8 00 6t 8 50 IIOUS DreMwl C 25 f C 50 ILQullvllie 1 18 t tOHN No 2 mlxod 56 I OATS NIL S mixed ft 33V POIIK Mow 0u 00 LAUD Htttutn to to 7 00 IndllnflPoUIj WIIHAT No 2 roil 9 1 IS COItNKo S mlxod 51 CI tJli OATSNO 2 mixed 32 EJ 33 It Buggy or Carriage Harness rEATHEn and flna FINE invite you to drive profitlook as well BB tko rest of jour turnout or is it shabby rod thus detract from the general appearance If BO theres an easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggr or Carriage Har ness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However you decide to make your old liar ness do lot us put it in good repair for you It wont test much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky I A Costly Mistake Blunders are lIomelilllo very expert sire Occasionally lift iirelf It the price of tt mislakp but youll nova ho wrong if you take Dr KIPRS New Life Pills for DjBpppsin Dizziness Headache Liver or Bownl troulilnq They am gentle yet thorough 25i at East End Drug Co TOMBSTONESand Giving to poor hall h Iam I forced to close out my entire Block to quit busmen I have I 25 sots ofthe finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb I stones and Monuments which i 1 willsell at greatly reduced i prima flora is your opportunity to get an extra good I bargain Orders will be filled promptly Vrito or call for designs and prices I Berea Monumental Worksi S McOUlUE Irop Berea Ky Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done in a norkmanliltn manner at ren konuble prices and with dinpatuh Allwalk guar utef l b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky O rn fof Main mo 3 Cntllni misfit i Bowaro of CountorfoltsJDAWilts is the only Koutiina Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my for Piles Cuts and Burns for thebeetfamily should keep it as it is an invaluable household remedy And I should always be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Ysays I had a fever sore on my ankle for twelve yennLlhat the doctors could not cure ill Halves and blood remedies proved worthless I could not walk for over two years Finally I was persuaded to try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured me It is a wonderful relief DeWittH Witch Hazel Salve euros without leaving n i sear Sold by East End Drug Co To Citizens of Berea lnd Vicinity I My 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 most prominent people of Borea and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express wilt have prompt attention and shnrges paid one way S G FRANKLINMt Ky lltrcuKNCC t lank of Mt Vernon tgosh 4aY 1c I f 5r Berea CollegessOd PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OP ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yetrafNormal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leadingoBaccalutir ato degrees il Music Choral free Reetll Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward n Christian education Our instruction is n free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the schoolimpart from instruction nud must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 Tim School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Profbytoriaus and good peoplo of ull denominations ron INFORMATION ASD FRICXDLT ADVICE ADDRCSS TUB StCIIBTART WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills dlIoIoItIorI Jo Manufacturers Fnncy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour lIIIII I11A I I Potts Duerson Station Ky IWhit u CUFEO i r MOBMEIITSUrns I r LOUISVILLE SI NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect MIll 1904 Uolnc North Tutu 4 Hatty Leave Brea 3 48 a m Arrive Riebmoud412 a m Arrive Tarn ft 28 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 DO a m rulnsVorlli rg Train 0 lUlly- Loave l3etea12 55 pm Arrive Richmoud 125p m Arrive Pari 1 18 pw Arrive Cincinnati Of 6 00 p m- Gilnc Rnllh Train I dally Leave jIreltI 11 p ui Arrive Livingston 2 05 p m- Goluc South Train 3 nail Leave Her a l124 p Arrive Livingston 1230 a mI Trains No 1 and No C make con nutiou at LViutfat n for Jwllico aud the South with No 21 anti No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent I t DR V H HOBSON Dentist J OmNnesthor Richmond10 rwtvtucv iy I A Frightened Horso Running like toad down the sheet dumping the occupants or n hundred other accidents nru day occur reuces It behooves everybody to have n reliable Salve handy and Iliereo uono r s good HH UurkleuV Atnicn Salvo Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear uiukly ruder its soothing ttfeut jCc at Last Euil Drug Cv t1- Y r n No More Suffering If you are get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and see how quickly it will cure you Geo A Thoiiionti of Spencer la Hays Hat tlatl Dyspepsia for twontYIve-ars My case was almost hopilsa Kodol DynpepMa Curt was retotn innmlivl anti 1 used a teiv bolttts of it and it N the only thing that has re iflveil me Would not be without it Have iloctoriHl with local pbjsdann Hud also ut Cliiotxo and even went to Norway with hopes of getting some relief hut Kodol DjRpepsia Cure IH the ouly rluloolv that has dove tuo any anal and 1 heartily recommend it Every Iron MiflTiug with In digestion or Dnipi p m should use it Sold 17 EH t End Drm Co WHY NOT GO FARTHERWhen Worlds Fair joure halfway The Soulhnr st li Itmllng The crnpj ate good conUiliuni Mud prtprds were TerrlOklahoma tlsforhales are tow anuud trip nckra n sale froiuSl Iuiiit Au bul 9 and 21 mil Septeuter13aedTiMKATKyto IOklhoma City wacoAustin Dallas 15San Houston Antonio =Oalvctton anil allintermediate points From Chicago 1000 Liberal limitsStop Overs Allowed For nmelhlng new In printeil matter about the SoutbKfH address ratsSt Lowe FAST TRAIN- SSf1Loulstolexas KiUrFnlrSprclal A- Ml tJf The KatyFljerut ti w- SMOKELESS 00 i jt u r t LAAIPWICK 3 MakfoUtmiiMiiniru likMlfw Vliy J k Jii Make a brighter light anil a lii art taPo Thry sacs time sad uiony + at uarkavllrllaNua4eaft 1 1vNt vaial 14 txnhllauNr d O tl 1t0 hhhhthh JI II42 Z1 I I I IIH I I I I I HMiH IIlM i Berea and Vicinity itGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I ft HHrH III1IIiiIII I H I I I I I lIlI1II+11I Sheaf linker is with us again Willie Dalton is ut Akron Xeb Dr Thomson cornea Friday night Grandma Itobinron hns teen lick the lust week Miss Grace Straight is out ngnii after a soige of mckmss Dr Marklnyof Foster Ky is visiting nt Mrs E L Hansons Misses Frances Schultz and Ray mood visited Richmond Thursday Mrs TouVello leaves Saturday foi Colinn Ohio to spend the holidays Mr and Mae C F Hanson arrived Saturday and will snake their hone in Burea Mrs Anna Fay of Champaign 111 como today for a visit with Beret friends The lunar rainbow seen in the southern sky Tuesday night wnsverj brilliant T T Gabbard is making thing hum as legislative nominee from Ovs loy county Invitations are out for the mar tinge of Miss Laura Baker to Waltei Washbnrn Friday night- A great many students left foi their homos on the morning trait Thursday to spend their vacation Mr and Mrs Chas Hanson leave for Winchester Saturday to celebrate Christmas with W N Hanson und familyF Blazer of Scaffold Cane has moved to Berea occupying his t property formerly rented bv Mr Fugut Mr and Mrs C D Lewis will vise Mrs Lewiss mother at Middlebtirg fut a few days They leave to morrow morning Miss Frances Slmllz leaves Monday for Tougaloo Miss to teach sowing and dressmaking in the school at that place The Baron Public School will hart n Christmas entertainment Friday December 23 everylxxly inviter Program begins at 130 a An automobile from Richmond headed for Wallacetoit stoppeda short time with us Wednesday morning unit was an object considerable curiosity to bystanders Dr Sallie McCollum of Chicago Ill arrives Saturday night to spend the holidays with her mother Grand ma McCollum who will return with her to spend the winter Sherman West absent for sometime in the West has returned for a visit of several weeks He is interested in real estate and with his partner has also taken up the publishing ofa weekly newspaper iu Nebraska The hose cart and 000 feet of hose arrived Wednesday This is a hand cart with latest improved reel and gong suitable for a company of twenty mon The housing of the tart has not yet been determinedon For the convenience of many who tnmsnct business with the College through Treasurer Osborne please boor in mind that his olfiee during tho two weeks vacation will only IHJ open in the morning at the usual timo JAil to 12 The colored Sundayschool under management of Mr Roystou Mrs Frost lint others will have a Christ UtaH tree on Saturday evening at two oclock and n Christmas supper at six oclock for tho benefit of tho fuel fund May I be there to see Xoah and James Anglin of Terre Haute Ind arrived Tuesday for a visit of three weeks with friends about Boron The brothers have been residents of that city for two yours Noah being engaged in tho restaurant business and James in farming Roy CJias Summer Brown pastor of tho Walnut Hill Baptist church of Cincinnati preached at the Union church Sunday morning This church divides its Ixjiiovoleuces between the Presbyterians Methodists and other uront Christian bodies and last Sun day contributed over thirty dollars to Baptist Foreign Missions Bro Brown spoke at night to the students Wo shall all wish to linear him againJ J Dodds 04 Omaha Nab writes in a letter to Pros Frost am an older in the Presbyterian church in Dundee Omaha Nab and was sent as a delegate to Synod at tho meeting just hold Am connect ed with tho Sundayschool of tho same church both as an oilicer anti teacher Am choirmaster of the t uhuruh Hope to make myself use ful in any way I tau and I desire to assure you and the others under whom I worked while in forest that your words of instruction and coun eel given in classroom and elsewhere mite found most applicable in my dully life 1 will u ways glut to havo known Brother Fee whoso life is a Ixjnudiftion to till who met him CLOSE OF FALL TERM Fine Showing of Class Work Attric live Entertainments Unique Exhibition Tho Fall Term closed last night in n blaze of glory chioll h the memler8 of the atvauarlnhetori cal classes Their exhibition WU called The Second Peace Confer duce at Tho lIugue and differen students appeared to represent Eng lund Russia Japan andall thi other great powers Space ifow for bids the full description which tint unique exercise deserves The night before we were startled and amused by the Ellwood Exhibi tion of Magic which began tht Lyceum Course in a most distinguish ed mannerOn night the Harmonic gave the beautiful Oratorio of Em inanuel which was appropriate to the Christmas season IImla great credit to the musical talent a training of Berea The Post Office The Mountaineers Railroad Wo mire longing for the time whet the railroad so long ago planned am so often startedlshall le really bull through the mountains But we cannot afford to wait for the railroads We must build pike and bridges buy saddles or even gi afoot and keep up comnmnieat ioi with the great world of progress One thing the Government pro vides especially for us who live in the hills and that kis the Post Ollie For a few cents Uncle Sum will carr our letters 8111 firing us parcels arc packages from the faroff cities Xow we put thin question do the mountain people getde vou get the benefit you might from the Post Office Do you take a good newspaper which will bring your the news each week Do you send off bymail for things you need that might tOme through tho Post Office Wo suggest that you take a trial tripon the Pout Office railroad by sending one dollar money order whichwill cost you 103 to L C Huitnan Berea Ky for u years sub scription to TilE CITIZEN Do it noI A largo part of the benefit of going to college is in getting away from our home county for a little while We shall love our home oounh all the more and come hacktvifh a hatful of new ideas GOING TO BEREA COLLEGE Winter term opens Wednesday January 4 1005 Splendid chance for young ladies to learn to phUpOIl the Cabinet OrganOne tfnn has often started a bow or girl on an entirely new and hump pier and iKtter life Do you desire to earn money hya trade and to develop the resources of your native county Then conic mud learn Carpentry and Machinery Do you want to make more off of the farm Then send your son to take the curse in Farm Manage ment this winter The free lectures of the winter nany of them illustrated by the electric light stereopticon will bo worth ten dollars to every student Bo on time One who comes late makes needless trouble for his teach ers and enters at a disadvantage for himself In n race you certainly want to start even For all except courses including Latin the cost of the winter term is only 27 You pay 1750 the first du 0 tho 28th dayammtl tOO the 2Uth dayand get hack one dollar the last day The College has had work and good pay for all students who applied through the fall term There will bo many more applicants this winter hut we have provided a good dealof work and shall help all to whom we have made promises Berea takes time best taro of its students in pvetyway Think of laying a pipe five miles so as to bring water for them to drink from a pure monntnin spring And the College provides a nurse and doctor for any who may le sick so that so fur health is concerned tho young people lire tatter ofT than they are at home Engage your room at once Write to Will C Gamble Secretary hared KVt Wo must have room for now goods To make them prove livtIwe have cut the price of huts right in two C J Hanson f Co Attending n large school like Berea on tams to have friends in all parts of the country JUST BEFORE CHRISTMAS Br McCutchton la Chicago Daliy Tribune nn Here Johnny Dont Open That Drawer Run Away from the Bureau NowLIke a Oood Little Boy Ii I vii Here Johnny Dont Open That Closet JohnnyI Wonder Why Theyr e Oettln So Strict All of a Suddent Itd Johnny Dont Open Thli and Johnny Dont Go Near That All Dar Long These Days REED SMOOT CASE Counsel For Protestants Rested and the Examination Was Ad journed Until January 10 HIS DEFENSE WILL THEN OPEN Cries if Owen Testified In Retard to Bringing Action Against Church Officials and Attitude of Courts He Declared That Such Prosecutions Are Unavailing As When ConvlcIItions Were Had Only Fines Were Imposed Washington Dec 21The Senator teed Smoot investigation Tuesday reached that period where counsel for the protcstants have concluded the examination of all persons who could he reached by the aubpoenaes issued by the senate committee Attorney Tay ler announced that bo was ready to rest his case except for the Introduction of documentary evidence and pos ulbly to examine later some persons on whom It has been Impossible to get service The case of the respondent will ue opened January 10 to which date the hearings have been ad journedJust before adjournment of the com mlttee opposing counsel engaged In a controversy over the advisability of certain reference works as evidence of the doctrines of tho Mormon faith No agreement could be reached and after heated arguments Mr Tayler re called Apostle Penrose to identify cer tale reference books Mormon Reference Books In a number of Instances Mr Pen rose denied that the work has been accepted by the church as authority the publications and said many of the matters contained in tho documents were subject to dispute Chairman Burrows ruled that the utterances of leaders of the church may be offered as tending to prove doctrines of the church organization The principal witness on the stand was Charles M Owen who has been employed in gathering data to be used against the Mormon church in the Smoot inquiry lie testified In regard to bringing actions against prominent church officials and as to the attitude of courts and prosecuting attorneys in such cases lie declassed that such prosecutions are unavailing us when convictions were obtained fimalleflnes were Imposed and In most cases these were paid by popular subscription Futile Attempts to Prosecute Mr Owen was in the afternoon recalled and his examination was resumed concerning attempts to bring about prosecutions on charges of un lawful cohabitation Mr Owen said cases were instituted against tho late Ixsrenio Snow president of tho Mor mon church Joseph F Smith now president of the church and Brigham H Roberts who was elected a mem ber of congress but denied his seat on account of his having plural wives A warrant was denied In the first case and Roberts secured an acquittal by appealing his case after conviction Many instances of Mormon officials refusing to recogmzo informations charging polygamy were reported to the committee by the witness The information in the caso against Presi dent Smith was worn Turing tho past summer and wag based on admissions of polygamous cohabitations mado be fore tho senate committee since tho opening of too 8 moot tJnvestlgntlon A itatll county attorney deplined to promutt iatdlthe NIta431re r A SCHOONER WRECKED Death Was the Probable Fate of the Unfortunate Crew Nantucket Mass Doc 21Denth wax the probable fate of the crew of tho schooner Klchnnl S Leainlnj which was driven ashore on Iconic Shoal last Sunday Hoth of the schooners yawl boats were found aboard her Tuesday one of them hay Ins been smuahud to splinters It Is supixMied that the crew took to the rlRKliiK and when that was carried away they full with U Into the ocoon The Richard S Loaming loft Wind sor November 1C with a cargo of pyp sum for Chester Ia When she was caught off this port In Sundays storm and cast ashore life savors went out to her but found no signs of life on board and thought the crew had taken to bouts WORLDS FAIR ADMISSIONS- The Total Was 19694855 of Which 12804616 Were Paid St Louis Dec 21The official re rt of lira directors of concessions and admissions of the Louisiana Pur chase exposition was triode public Tuesday showing the total recorded admissions for the period of the expo sition from April 30 to December 1I Inclusive was 19094855 of those 804616 were paid and 6890239 were free The free admissions Included trorn 20000 to 30000 workmen who were admitted dally for several weeks to complete the work of construction of buildings and Installation of ex hibits RUSSIAN BALTIC SQUADRONI A Powerful Japanese Fleet Going South To Attack It London Dec 21The Dally Malls correspondent at Ilong Kong says lie hUH learned on trustworthy authority that a powerful Japanese squadron of battleships and armored cruisers Is proceeding soutn accompanied by lCiI colliers and transports to attack Russian Baltic squadron Japanese Troops Suffering Mukden Dec 21Deserters from the Japanese army are arriving here dally They report thero IB much sut fering from hunger but more from the cold among the Japanese troops There Is only occasional cannonading Condition of the Treasury Washington Doc 21 Tuesdays statement of the treasury balances the general fund exclusive of InI 160000000 reserve in the dlvleton redemption shows Available cash balance 143768377 gold 84412522 Marble Bust of Gen Kilpatrick Washington Dec 21A marble bust of Maj Gen Judson Kilpatrick of civil war fame has been placed In the reception room of the secretary of war That action was taken with the approval of Secretary Taft Japanese Officers Killed and Wounded Toklo Dec 21 Imperial headquar tera published a list of 20 officers kill ed and 44 wounded presumably dur- Ing the recent attacks on a certain fortress The fortress referred to Is undoubtedly Port Arthur Marines Arrive at Colon Colon Dec 21The United States auxiliary cruiser Yankee arrived Tues day afternoon with marines on board to relieve the battalion which has been stationed at Empire Camp Death of Mrs Norman B Judd Rochester N Y Dec 21 Mrs Ail cline Uosslter Judd widow of Norman II Judd of Chicago Lincolns minister to Germany died In Seneca olli N Y ahiwaa It years old r WHY IS ITjThat nearly everybody trades at Ii WELCHlSdIIt is because you can buy Obelisk or Gold Medal Flour per hag for 76 Corn Meal per bushel for 65 Arbuckles Coffee two pounds for 25 Granulated Sugar per Ih for Ooh Qnrett or Lenox Soap 3 bars for 10 Candy per pound for 05 Elephant Corn 3 cans lor 25 Tomatoes 2 cans for 15 Green Gage or Egg Plums per can for 10 They keep fine dried fruits best lard andIhigh grade Coffee largest stock of Dry Goods Shoes and Carpets in the County and the cheapest Drug store on earth Santa Claus is stopping a- tELCHSSeparate Provisions for Colored Students The hostile leginlution of last winter prevents Keren College from receiving colored students Thin tlltlt not change the attitude of the College which stands with the Christian worM as opIOitt1 to the foolish fa tlMIInlllegs urn determined by time courts fluid suitable plans an arrangements out Ill made the Institution will ton tinue its work for the education and uplift of tho colored jople In the mean time all colored stu dents who were registered in Ileum before this hostile legislation will IN assisted by Korwi College in going on with their education at soim other good school If you go to school go to the Ixtst school That Berea Ladder On time front page is seen n tall and broad ladder which ulioun the various courses offered by Jlerea College The College probably brags most if we anyso sjnnk of its short coui es tho Normal and Industrial But it might well sis ak utmost proud lyof its Academyuud College eourws which fur outreach anything of tilt kind in this region The largest college library in the State is here and some of the very Ixst course and teachers We congnitu late thOU wIlt ran climb the top part of the ladder It frosts no mom time or money to attend time Last ellIIt than to attend my ordinary school Just Her Way Wlirn a fellow a Wilt file moner And he Imnt any inure Then thin ulicn hang out hie boner Nothing tluln on tier Jour Felling OIL I lost 6 cents Iu weight this worn lug You mean fire pounds No I dropped a nickel In the slot of a welKuluic machine that won tint working Do You Live in Eastern Kentucky Then you anti your family need THE CITIZEN This paper represents the honor of tho mountain proplIIml is their Inst advocate and heler Wo 1Ittt11 a means of communication guido to progress This tho CITIZEN furnishesAnd what we bring to every home coming ovaryweak even when the school is closed and tiltI preacher kept away bystorumus had scads Good reading for tho children Market reports Sundayschool lesson and all the imiorhuat news Many illustrations Helpful words for the housekeeper the farmer and the school teacher Continued stories that show what is going on in the world and reveal rewards of virtue Special Features for 105 L Deeds of tilt Union soldiers Kentucky 2 Letters on Eastern Kentucky bv President Frost Send utouey under tat 109 by mail today1eml miss the tlItl4l11II11IM er L C MINUAK Bereaj IIy S McGuire is at nil times tlmroughly prtpartnl to dualwith eye troubles Ymir t examine by Ibe very lxt and lutttt optical ii tnitiiciilM His wirk gives satisfaction for prices on all his work art right Ixnoes rnilttiil within it few days after taking the order If you have any defect of video it will pay you to liiok over hit stock unit receive cornct trattuur- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky Mothors Bo Cnrfu Of the health of voiiriliildteu lookout for Coughs Colds Crump unit WhoopiiiK Coughs Stop them In time OIJM Minute Coiiffh Cur it the boat reinwly HnnntiM Mini pleasant Sold by Rant End Drug Co CoalAt bin near ilup- ot2c to 13c J Delivered forit3c to 14c Thnno 8r ChaseLHanson Having purchased thus com plele retail of New Furniture from S E Welch jon will hereafter find the BEREA FURNITURE STORE 1with n complete line of both new amidsecond hand fuini turn at Mirprisiogly low prices falland exnniiiw To ho t convinced of tube slave U the price of admission Ihouulhl IR H Chrisman Opposite Welchs Berea Ky For Sale Afoul ten or twelve build fog lots OH the Ix umvilla anti Nashville railroad otis half mile from Keren hoar Keren brick ant tiling fun Itory in n linn locality amid good neighborhood Can bo bought right Fur further particulars call on IL B MOORE Btrea Ky PLEADED NOT GUILTY j i Mrs Chat sieh llwkwitli nnd and 1SlIcnl Arraigned in Clcchuulur The Woman Refused to Give Ball and i and the Two Oberlin Bank Officiate Were Released on 25CIJBI 000 Bond Each ore 1Ieellul 0 Dec 1Gdirs ChI t day hI the county jnll IIareer trice her arrival from Nw York was a Inlay one for tier She received NVliD eral visltH from her attorneys held long conferences with them conversed with newspaper mOil and for 15 mill lug utce stood face to face with President lirrkwlth of the Oberlln banl whoe has come to such great trouble through tits financial transactions with herel The meeting was dramatic The aped banker had been for hours t before the county grand jury went to Iht otUce of Sheriff harry Thursday attrrnonti and asked If he might Maw Mrs Chadwlck The sheriff readily cxnuHtuted and Mrs Chndwlek was for eager to meet him Accompanied by Mrs Deckwith who owing to her hus bends III health la always by his aideIH the aged banker made his way slowly and feebly up the twig nights of Iron ed rubs leading to Mrs ChadwickH cell After Wine general conversation MrI Hr with refrrrd to their business iHtion by snylng Mra Chadwlck ram have ruincl me but Im sot so aura yii you area fraud I hats stood by y to my lut dollar and I do think now thai1 the time has come for you tom kc known everything In relation to this tblrn Bcrkwiths voice botrrlId deep emotion as he spoke In fined brnrlly on the arm of his wlrI io was almost compelled to nun no great was his physical weak InrM lm Chadwlck did rot reply llreetljr to the words of Mr lieckvritti ot hr manner sad tlaft look on her fare were not conciliatory Seeing hut she would sal aNawer Mr Deck rah went on I have always told i that did tat like It because you Inrrd your lawyers ao often Why iiri you tet a good OM aad stick toe T tiiu Well saM Mrs Chadwick HI have r HHons for that Mr sad Mra ttoekwttfe tka both aid they hoped the matters OODaeftedI with the Ckftdwtck stair t muail7 MralchUMd set The IIh view thetj eloped Mrs ChMulwIek ihwniwd Mat for wllta shook hands hll sd Mra nackwltt sad aid he wo did be pissee to have tltelltAll ape- lrs Oiadwtek Thursday afternoon r rxlued the aMoraey who is to coo imt her dfi nae wbea she la called tr trial la iho federal wart He la I I Dati r one of the leading crimi nal laWfr of Cleveland She 14oM Q Ktirul h will aslet Mr Dawtey- CU veliiti1 OL 17Mrs Chad Irk win from tow situ the time of IKT trial or arraignment la court be rigidly rluded from all vtsvtora sad euro her ROD and nun will be denied Hnulssii n to tee her except ost 1MI wntt n order ot United State chandler IrahalI Kerelvrr loerer JaM bets p veral days to arrange the which lie would summon Ore CltadI wick into the bankruptcy court but hTattornejrs will oppose this and object to any questions being put to her Wforo she Is called for trial Spy attempt to have her answer questions that may prejudice her case will be nppoMd sad It wu asserted with con Ddenre by one of then that noUiing more will be luxe In the case until llIrcltICleveland 0t Dec 10lr8 Chad wick waa arraigned before Judge Wing of the United State district court Saturday afternoon pleaded not guilty to very charge brought against IHT declined to give ball and was re manded o jail to await trial President Ileckwlth and Cashier Spoor of the Citizens National lank r of Oborllnrwere arraigned at the same timo pleaded not guilty They were allowed to dopart after furnish lag lands each to the amount of IC ooo an increase ot 15000 over the value ot the bond thoy had previously given Mrs Chadwlck Sunday ipont hot first Sunday In jail She now has a rutnpanloR In the jail a young om- an detained for examination as to her sanity The woman seemed much In tereetetl In Mrs Clmdwlok and the two conversed quite freely Dr Chadwick SailI iLondon Ilea 19Dr Loroy S husband of Mrs Cassia L OliadwioU sailed Sunday for Now York on the steamer Pretoria He was ncctimiwnled by his laughter He said that ho would at onco go to Ohio to help defend his wife Next Convention In Portland Ore Chicago flee 19Tho noxt annual convention of tho National Association of State IJalry and Food lopartmonta will bo held at Portland Ore Juno 20 to 25 This was decided yn hero Sunday American Pacific Squadron Santiago do Chllo Doc 19The American cruiser Marblehcad Commander Holmes has arrived at Iqul quo The remainder of the American Pacific squadron under command oft Ar Adm Goodrich Is expected to ar rtvo at Coqulmbo this week Capt J W Wheeler Dead LoulHvillo Ky Doo 19GOIt Joe W Wheeler il years old for yearn prominent in local railroad clrulos died of acute stotnach trouble nt tho homo qf Ida soninlaw E T HarUlns In this city GALES IN THE EAST Moet Violent That Have Occurred for Years Raged for Hours Now York iec19The anew storm In gale which struck tho coast Sat and continued till tho oarly hours Sunday morning wpM tho most violent that has occurred for several years Ruimrts from the New Jersey Now England coast and from In stenmerM tell of furious salon ninny dlnuiters At Vineyard Haven over schoon anchored In tho harbor wera blown ashore early Sunday and nov othtfrs were damaged In comIn tons Oft the hey Head N J tho station the schooner LUxle IIrdI hill lileDrayton bound for Providence Iloltlmoro went ashore crow bo rescued by tho life alnsTIThe Cunarder Umbria and tho Amvi liner St Paul both of which arrived Sunday reported honey oothof and ndvurso gates during oho whole passage The Anchor line steamer Astoria of bound for Glasgow wont ashore Sunday In the lower bay but later iluated injury and proceeded- In tho river and harbor truffle was a while during the worst of the of storm at a standstill So heavy was the snowfall that lights could not bu en on time river a boats length ahead and 10 brats and other craft proceed at s dliulnlfthkd headway No acct dent of any moment were reported In the city the snow whIch began Saturday afternoon full almost with out Intermission until early Sunday morning by which time eight Inches had fallen There was little Intarrap oftlon of tram 11000 snow ehoeiers- sad 4000 teams being set w work an soon as the snow ceased falling to I off the principal thoroughfares the afteraooa the weather cleared sad with the coining of brigftt san shine Central park and the speedway IIIIftI line ng laland sound Saturday nine lives were lot and property roughly estimated at 2o was destroyed TUt more live were not raeriflced undoubtedly was due to the personal courage of tae offleers and crew and the racellent discipline maintained when a horrible death for alt seemed almost a certainty ICarly Sunday morning the wreck of the Illfated Glen Island was found with only the smokestack visible near Hempetejwt Harbor 1 I The gen mid manager ot the Starln tranapot talmn Mae has seat dlvont to Itb wreck and will spare ae effort to ft bodies of the seven members of crew sad two passengers who per lobed In the bursting steamer YOUNG WOMANS BODY FOUND Was Wltheut Clothing and Features Durned Deyend Recognition Colorado Springa Col Dee II Without a veslife of clothing her fester burned beyond recognition ttell body of a young woman was found Sunday on Ute west elope of Cutler tnouataln The hands were clinches tbougk site had died in agony The well manicured units and tho glossy condhloH of the tightly coiled Iwlr which the natnoa had failed to barn prove the young woman to have been the helter clues- The cUt is shrouded In the de IIm1Itry No one has been missing and strangers Jan been in this especial district There are In dlcatlous tIt the girl tiled of poison and a postmortem examination will bo made BOILER GASKET BLEW OFF One Man Scalded to Death and Four Seriously Injured Chloogo Dec 19Arthur Kerr of Buffalo was scalded to death and four of his Cello Kworkmon woro seriously Injured horo Sunday when n defec tive gasket on the boiler of tho steam cr Hulhluhom blow off allowing the steam nnd hot water to flood the en glno room wbcro tho men were at work Kerr was a fireman on tho stenmor Tho injured John McKarl badly scalded about logs nnd hands Peter OToolo scalded about limbs antibody Stanley Rogers badly scalded J L Walker engineer burnod about face nnns and legs Oregon Land Frauds Washington Dec 19 Senator Mitchell and Representative Dlngor Hermann of Oregon loft Washington for Portland to appear before the fed oral grand jury and taco charges which thoy have been advised have boon made Implicating thorn In Oregon land frauds Moth Senator and Mr Hermann declaro In most pos itive tcrma that they aro absolutely Innocent anti hnvo nothing to fear tram returning to Oregon President Grillo Will Not Resign Cincinnati Dec 19 President Ed J Grlllo of tho American Association Baseball league Sunday denied tho report that h6 hind Intimated any Inten lions to totlro voluntarily from lint position Left For Singapore London Doc 19A report from Choice that a portion ot tho Japanese fleet has loft for Singapore and that a number of Japanese merchantmen havo boon lightly armed to maintain tho blockade of Port Arthur Is published In Chofoo New Or JJank nMexico City Mexico City leo 19A now bank with GOOQOi paid up capital furnished by Boston Los Angeles anti Indian npoll lad capitalists 1ms been or ganrcd bpfu to bo called thu Muxlcnu Banking Co UwUeJl r NIGH HILL BATTLE Ferocity it Vas the Most lie inarkable ill the Siege Is clal Port Arthurs WarHardened Veterans Shuddered at the Sight of the Slaughtered JapaneseHand toHand Fighting Ion Chefoo Dec 19Ior ferocity and ate desperation on both Ides the struggle for tho poaacvwlnn of lIIhao probably was the most rimianka in tho history of tho slogo of Port Mr Arthur a siege noted for slaughter statement Is bused on an Inter which n prose correspondent had tots with Commander Mlwtenoff executive of the battleship Poltava Intp Commander Miznenoff who wosne wounded In the leg during the bnttlo High lull sold Since the Japanese on the 28th month not mentioned begun their at tack on High hill which they call 203 Metre lull tho lighting has been con tinuous The stoop amid sandy slopes of the hill were streaked and dotted by with snow when the Japanese began thi the battle which was destined to fur nlsh so merry deeds of heroism that tify they became commonplace Thero was so much slaughter that even Port Arthurs war hardened veterans shud had dered at the sight Japanese were compelled to clam land bet up the lope of the hill In many oases without OHug In the face of ono the most murderous deluges ever dl poured from rifles apd machine guns wan there and It seemed to me that ItItaa41he enemy went down In squads iff and companies but always there were others grimly coming forward Their bravery woe beyond praise as wan that of our men Some times the fight ing was baud to hand with the mui vies of the rides at the breasts of tbuI the roatettanta the bayonets being ttaeil M swords The aides of the hill were strewn with bade and the snow was crim sound with the blood of the wounded some of whom had crawled Into It seeking In Its coldness surcease rorlof their dying agonies Itventualty as In similar Instance which were to follow we retired lean tag the work of driving the enemy train the summit to resistless guns of forts notably those ot IUaoU hMMIRtulllesecond and third assaults were replicas of tins heat although the see end waa the molt ferodow doing nearly all U ltouanti lighting In which morcy waa neither asked nor givenA remarkallc incident occurred lathe thlnl aasttult as the Russians still facing the enemy retreated A Jap anese standardbearer Itotdlng Ma nag aloft climbed the pinnacle and dead clutching the colors In his tracks another arose with the colors only to fall Inttanlly with a dozen wounds In his body Six others fol lowed and met the same fate At last when the ninth man appeared a nnat alan officer exclaimed Dont shoot Ithat fellow wtth the tog it will boII planted anyhow The Japanese adopted a curious ex sreaU1IIcornstalks which they Ignited the wind being In this faces of the RuaI fans The resultant lire was Im mense and the flames anti moke comI pelled tho Russians to retire The rod glare from this fire dis closed a ghastly picture more Infernal than over dreamed by Dante The assaults thus far had cost tho Japanmc easily 12000 non while our own were under 2000 Tho sides ot the hill wero literally covered with dead and wounded Tho trenches wero rivulets df blood and every visible spot was dyed crimson We might retake the hill ash Gen Sfoossol but oho hill Is hot ot HulIIclont Importance to us to justify further sacrifice Scarcely nh officer participating In the battle of High hill escaped unhurt and tho proportion of young offlcerj killed was very Since then numerous small engage ideate have hoop waged but the rq gpotislblllty for keeping the Jaiwnese from occupying the hill In force or from mounting guns thuore Q has been- loft mainly to the shrapnel flro from other forts Students Demonstration Dispersed Moscow DOQ 19Tho police anil Cossacks ISPQrsod a o l9nltmllpfJ- In ot 3000 who Gad asscmblqd In the principal streets and in front of tho governors palace Throe hun tired of tliCStudents wore arrosjod and 60 were Injured Goes to Port Arthur Toklo Doc 19Maj Kuhn U 8 A who was military attache with tho Japanese second army has been teas signed to witness tho fall of Port Ar thur Maj Kuhn departed for Shin bashl Fire Continues JIukdon Dec 19 Artillery fire still continues along the front of the Rus sian army It was particularly severe on December 1C when tho Japanese mado a demonstration against lion sinn advanced positions on tho railway Battleships Abandoned Toklo Dec 19 Olnclal reports re ceived bore state that thoRt scans at Pprt Arthur have abandoned the bat llcshlpa Poroavlut Pobltda and RotvUan nnd tbo cruisers Palla da and Duran THE FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Second Session Washlnjton Dec Scant The Ronate which under the constitution miule the trial court in Impeach mont cases Wednesday received alit notice of the determination ot the house of representatives to present luinpnchment charges against lIon diaries Swayno federal Judge In the northern district of Florida The matter was brought to the senates atten by a homo committee and the sen trial appointed a committee to prepare details of the proposed trial Tho considered the Philippine govry ernment bill mid the pure toad Koraker presented a tariff amend was ment to the Philippine bill but on com plaint of Mr Dubols and other sena that this provision had not bean coiitemplnted when the senajo cnterodI 0 an agreement to vote on Friday It was withdrawn A of semipublic bills wore passedIloueeFurthor action on the 1m of paRchment proceedings against Judge Clfarle Swayne of the northern dls trict of Florida was taken In thewI liotiKe Wednesday by the appointment to the committee of seven provided for a resolution adopted Tuesday to draft the charges for presentation to senate and by the reception of the told retort of the committee of five to no the senate of the Impeachment who announced that they had per formed their duty and that the senate responded that Order shall be taken The urgent deficiency bill several other bills of a public nature wet passed- Waahlugon Dec 16SenateThes- enate spent practically the entire day hip rusnlng the Philippine administra of tive Mil A number of amendments wer suggested and debated among being provisions relating to rail bonds mining locations and tIIrates rnder unanimous agreement 111darmeats will occur at the tame time A formal order to enter on the Swayn Impeachment precoedingswsp adopted but ft fid not Ik a day for beginning work liemk Discussion 61 the bill so Improve currency conditions was ToI umel In the house Thursday throughout the MSSMB its advancement was beset with obstructive tic ties by the democrats led by Miss the minority lederJdemocrats mustered siifflclent strength to force Speaker Cannon to IIItakefttljetr attitude of antagonism because Itl Mr ICt in churn of the bill refused to postpone Its further oonaldnIn consequence of tM f Mr liartlett Oa leader of the pposltlon The house made little grew on the meareJMss 11tebill The final vote was preceded by the presentation of many amendments 1JI and a general discussion of them as well as of the provisions of the bill The lscujslon was confined generally to the merits of the meuftire Mr McCumber was the only republican f who voted with the demo prats against the final passage of the bilL The most notable change made during the day was the lowering of the rate of Interest on railroad bonds be guaranteed by the Philippine RutverHroent from 5 to I per cent The as passel exempts from taxation bonds issued by the Philippine and Porto Itlea u governments authorizes the Philippine government to Incur a bonded indebtedness of 80 HW 0 for Improvements at 4t2 per cent interest authorises the Philippine govern meat to guarantee the payment facrept on railroad bonds at the rate 4 per cent per annum provides for the administration of the Immigration a by the Philippine authorities es tablishes a system for the location and patenting of mineral coal and saline untie fixes the metric system for the Islands and gives tho civil governor the title of governor general House Fridays session of tho home was given over almost exclu sively to consideration of bills on tile private calendar a dozen or more be- Ing passed The senate amendments to the urgent deficiency bill wore agreed to and adjournment taken un til Monday SECRETARY TAFT WIlfMake Effort to Secure Tariff Leg Islatlon For the Philippines Washington Doe 17 Secretary nh effort to secure from the present congress tariff legis lation for the Philippines along tho lines recommended in his annual 10I port of tho president He oxpocts to act promptly In the matter and will have B conference with ChlrnunIPayne of the ways and rn mittee as to his further courso In time matter The secretory Is very much gratified over the favorable actionof the sin ate Friday on tho Philippine civil goy ernment bill While there were provisions adopted of a more tive character than ho thought neces nary yet ho expressed himself as sat isfied wlh the measure and will make on effort to have It adopted by 10Ris JiousA ua It passed the senate lhal this object In vlow ho will seek to have the amended bill acted on by tho lioiiie without roforoncp to a confer once committee Irish Parliamentary Party London Dec HThe statement that now split Is impending In tho Irish parliamentary party Is strongly dented by those In a position to know the situation Tho mooting in Dublin on December 15 was perfectly harmo aloha The Statehood Dill Reported Washington Doe 17 Friday Semi tor Ifavortdgo roparttxl the stntohood hill anti 1m will make n motion on tho first day that thd senate wmYents in January that this wisliloreUan of the bill shall bo entered on at one I I THE BIG DAMAGE SUIT Henry Noble Testified That He Saw Pal While Fire the Shot Winchester Ky Dec 15in the of the Marcum damage case the examination of Capt II J Ewon was in finished Wednesday morning arid lien Noble was called He Is county superintendent John of Thackett county and a clerk for Hargls Hros for ten years He heard the shooting when Marcum was killed and rushed out his saw Tom White go In at a side fire a shot Into the prostrate body put his pistol under his coat and walked leisurely back to the Hargls the store Witness viewed the dead body Marcum Went back to the store where he found Waite Callahan and James Hargis and hoard White ask Gov Hargls and Callahan were going do about that mono Buck Cottongano testified that French saw him In Leslie county and him that Marcum was meddle city some and the Harglsee would have to have him killed and that when the a HarglKCH found people in their way they managed to get rid of them The conversation took place near where Nick Combs and Joe Eversole tM first tho victims of the French Eversole feud were killed and French told witness and could get money for thesame kind work that was done at that place Charles Anderson a student at Jack son academy said he saw Marcum when killed and that he looked up and James Hargts at an upstairs win- doW of his store with a gun In his Saw two others whom he could recognize Over the objection of the defense Buck Cottongane said de Pendant French offered Moos Feltnor 1000 to leave and take away other witnesses and afterward Feltner did and seemed to have plenty of money Winchester Ky Dec 16 Heieklah Combs of Morgan county saw the dead body of Marcum and described the location and nature of the wounds Bays a Cincinnati commercial Is traveler was a clerk in the store of Hargitf Bros at tho time of the kill sad immediately after Ha know James Hargis and Marcum were a friendly Kelly Kash heard a conversation be It Tbe jury was sent out and tho plaintiffs avowed that they would that Alex HRrgtv grew very an because Kash as an attorney a power of attorney for Henry to accept bond for Mole Felt when the latter was under Indict for the murder but the court ox eluded this testimony Judge Dcnton decided that anything- In the furtherance of a conspiracy that tended to establish a conspiracy might be shown by testimony D D J Hurst father of Mrs Marcum and postmaster of Jackson saw Marcum as he lay on the courthouse doom but the sight made him sick and he a ItIout He met Curt Jett at the door the latter sold the murder of Marcum could not be ascribed to him For quite a while beforo his death Marcum seldom wont out without his child In his arms or his wife or his sister by his side Before Marcums death Alex Hargis told witness that Marcum ulon made public charges against him which ho must publicly retract Mrs Ruck Cottongane told Fronch saw her since she came and told her that D Y Combs was here to kill her husband and Fields and that they had better 0rlsb which they did Mrs Mahala HordI sister of Marcum said that two ago Alox Hargls came to her home ldtIe cursed her and the whole Marcum family Winchester Ky Dec 17John L Noble or Rat Ankle as ho is was the first witness Friday morning He sag Jett and White just before Marcum was killed White came across the street In the direction of the back door of the courthouse Ha saw White motion to Jott and the lat tar follow him Immediately after the second shot ho saw White run across the street to Hargis Bros storo For ia few weeks previous to the killing Jett boarded with witness and Alex Hargls paid his board Marcums residence was near and Marcurn was at home but did not go out much He knew that Jett carried a pistol Wit lnoss saw several in the house with Curt Jett among them Elbort Hargls Alex Hhrgls Dill Britton now under The witness was prevent at a consul tation held at Hargls store in which wore present n F French James Don Golden and John B ONeill which the location of Jett and Whlto Immediately after tho killing was discussed Witness saw Jctt atone point but Hargls insisted that he bo located at another Suit Was Filed Frankfort Ky Dec 17Sult has been tiled In the state fiscal court by Attorney General Ilayu against Iftho Bacon Samuel and John A Fulton tho sum of f242QOS4 claimed as an overcharge on printing 19060 school i registers and books- Louisville Brewers Son Scranton Pa Doc 17A Columbia law school graduate nail son of a wealthy brewer of Louisville Ky pleadwl milKy before Judge M Ud wards to the charge ot uttering false checks on Stranton hotel keepers ry FROM AJLL OVER THE STATE otIIoryI cockrenla FOR DOUBLE MURDER Carnes Gets Eight Years For Killing Two Men Barbourvlllo Ky Dec 17Tho ra- mous Carnes case was finished Friday the Knox circuit court when Pal Carnes charged with tho murder of and Clark Mills received a son tence of eight years Mat Gray who Is charged with be- Ing implicated with Carnes will have trial next week Some of the best legal talent In tho state was engaged In the trial which attracted wide attention on account ot prominence of tho principals AN EXTRA SESSION Beckham Has Decided to Call the Legislature Together Lexington Ky Dec lliThe semiofficial announcement was made In this by a member of the legislature that Gov Deckham had decided to call special session of that body to amend the section of tho capitol building appropriation bill which fixes the construction of the new building on present slto of the old ono The date agreed upon Is between the 5th 16th of January Eloped by Moonlight Mayklng Ky Deo 17John D Fur gate 36 eloped from Bottom Fork Friday night in tho moonlight with Mrs Liza Jane Webb 26 widow of Jamos J WebbAfter riding horseback to Millstone they were married by Elder Joseph Hall of tho Hardshell Baptist church For Peddling 011 Lancaster Ky Dec 1C Fortyfive Indictments wore found against the Standard 011 Co for peddling oil In this county Those complaints will bo vigorously prosecuted because aside from the violation of tho law the qua ity of oil sold here by tho corporation said to be inferioraA Victory For W W Spalding Lebanon Ky Dec 16 County Attorney C S Hills contest against his opponent W W Spalding resulted in victory for the latter A recount of tho ballots gave Mr Spalding a ma jority of 23 and tho committee was unanimous in giving him the cartIll cote of election Taking Advantage of the Charitable Bellevue Ky Dec 17An Impostor has been taking advantage of charita ble citizens during the past week by representing himself as an agent of the Salvation army to collect money and clothing for Christmas He suc ceeded In collecting a large amount of both money and goods ItRhodes Scholarship Examination Winchester Ky Dec 17 President 1 Weber of the Kentucky committee of selection for Cecil Rhodes schol arships at Oxford university Eng an nounces that the next examination for scholarship from Kentucky will take place at Lexington January 17 and IS t For Taxes On Paid Up Life Policy Mt Sterling Ky Dec 16George Alexander state auditors agent has filed suit In the Montgomery county court against J M Blgstaff for taxes a 50000 paid up life insurance policy Tho taxes are for the years 1899 to 1903 inclusive IltMust Build Guards Frankfort Ky Dec 16The court of appeals decided In tho case ot Pat vs L N railroad from Madl son county that the statutes made It necessary for railroads to build cat guards at the terminal points ot fences that crossed the track Again a BrideIRichmond Ky Dec 16 A man IdrloJc license was Issued Thursday to Samuel Thomas ot Valley Vlow and Sirs Dora Clay Brock former wife of Gen Casslus M Clay The wedding took place at Valley View Goose Austin Captured Cloyds Landing Ky Dec 17 Gooso Austin the Negro who alleg edly killed Dr Reuben Sattorflold near Scottsvlllo on Thanksgiving day by striking him with a rail was captured at fompklhsville bjW D White abet iff ot Monroe county The Louisville Man Beaten Milwaukee Wls Dec 17 Mauro Itcrrera brother of Aurello Herrera who promised to become even a better fighter than his elder brother defeat ed Hart ot Louisville In n hot fight at Green Bay getting a closo decision orBennett Gets It Frankfort Ky Dcc 17The state election commission Issued a certifi cate to J B Bennett of Greenup county tho republican candidate for congress In tho Ninth district This ends the fight In that district- Covington Labor Leaders Elated Covlngton Ky Dec 17 Labor fead era bore are elated ovortho result ot labor meetings in Louisville A rornow state federation of labor was formed which they claim eliminates n number ot former leaders tram powor President Will Visit Louisville Washington Deo 17 PrMsWint RoocevoU told ono of hte visitors that he would according to the present nr ransment stop in Louisville when ho makes lute trip to Tens to attend the Uoychi Riders reunion next spring TTTZPNICITIZEN 1 tN II J 11111111 1IH 11I1Iiiiiiiii1H 131 1111W 1I11R J i Eastern Kentucky News eorrefpondeact ptbUibrd naltw lfoM In fill by tb writer TN aami 11tfonot tor pBtyittUoa but o as evidence of rood filth Writ pUUly + +11WNI II I1II r I I I I I Vo tote heft oiirsulKcribors in moo roinoto inotiiitnin valleys tit to keop on visiting you every weok Jn Tun CITIZEN you get sotto of the IxJiiefits you would line o in living in Bored itself11o shall re tort the Fanners Institute the Pro truutfd Sleeting the Mothers M lugs and the many untertaintn nits which go on here and it will do good pastllltzEN crowing to your fireside ount alfonl to have your child forgot all tllC learned at school to hero thonimad tho sensational jmjHjrs full of murders mad things You need THE CITIZEN The postmaster will make ou ostnl money order for one dollar at mi uxxmso of three tents Let us hour fronl you right soon IJC HIXMAX Berea Ky I OWSLEY COUNTY BOON EVILLE Dec IftBruet Woodward mode a deal with Clay and 11 ualast Harvey by which they get his entire stockof merchandise The liar linn will do business in the old Gnhhnrd store on main trtttThei protracted meeting conducted by Miss Lucy Chestnut of Laurel county at South Boouerille and which closed last night was a suce jIUII joined the church nnd tut- goal was done Miss Lucy t great church worker She is soon begin a protracted meeting at t plneeJ S Judd who has leen ill so long died post Monday He Ikea an attire business man in town for tho last 23 years and leaves many landsDr W H Glass South Booneville is very feeble in thought to Iw somewhat letter at writing He is about 75 years 1thiAanti has been an active practi nearly all his lifeThe three a CampilIuglwm3 melt to death last week Her cloth taught fire and before help m txpint1SherilTD Iwnds lust Monday for the collections thoy1StDoputy stir all told pOSt raided sonic moonshine stills on the head of Buffalo Creek nuur Breathitt county last weekancut up and destroyed three stills alxxit Jf00 gallons of beer nmln lot of ItiSkln but made no arrests but loft the Buflalonians in a poor oondition to sjKiud Ithie Christmas holidays DOORWAY Dec JOOn last Sunday mar il4 shalls from London Ky braved dangers of Buffalo anti raided a s near Lewis Abners destroying a him tIred bushels of meal lIullII ninety awaythem with of whiskey and thin still worm Al most every hoywho is large euou to pull a saw is in tbe stave woods Mr Summers has more than a hun pre8tutIS Burns of this plate was on land Creek last Saturday in interest of his brother A lax crowd is ex ected to attend the cro StVHighland school taught by N F and Stacy the tie inspec IAmhroseIr of Conkling passed i rida kICABBARDDec 17H W 3Iinter will moreTI i soonYourcorrespi and fine reof day anti Sunday in HooneiIleda John G and Lizzie Boles at were married last weekMoredl- Gabbards schoolwill close week with a Christmas teeYeGuhbard is confined to his hell vi typhoid fever Inward Wilder is also sick with fever He has l een ill for nearly two months Fur buy ors are very numerous in this part of the county Tom Minter and Bill Shephenl of Booneville were here ulfew days ago fox huntinlIInl JislDREYFUS Dec 19Dan Saudlin and nleeii aWlhuhIlM edIiattended church here Sunday 3Irs 1111Iaughterlast week W O Sandlin was in Modaughter aMHIIat Korea SaturdayMrs H Speuce of Beret visited her chug- J CLMa SaturdayWecitizen of this place who now resides in Fayette county Ky on the Rich mood and Lexington pike ten miles from Lexington has sold his farm of 23 acres to halt Brothers for theft snot of 3O4cash Possession given on March 1st 1005 soilPETTOMTOWN Dec 19Mrs Bettie Warner has ttherctrte as er ptOplerelinS Ie a8 pplrmlmaR thetnightRecpreached his farewell sermon at Maupintown Sunday December II Saturday will be our last church meeting for this year and pastor calling dayJunior Martin the JaSlittle lay who was reportedvery ill wink is convalescing Mrs Nellie This will soou move to her eeshnnto at Berea Green Merrill will run the colored grocery after hoc leen unoccupied for sometime WALLACETON Dee 10 Slnyloaleraudbrothier hoer returned from Illinois where pastchhOOtlltoBerea a few days ago pus moved in Ehisi of a girl baby at his house Vincent typhoidnitWallaces ChajelR B Gabbard and family visited Slack Maupiu anllU family Sunday William Guinu n pills of containing ulro thirty acres near Wallaceton to Flovd- iwl KiddforS30 Fort Hill killed an feetddROCKCASTLE COUNTY LIVINGSTON Dec HIW G Baker of J Venion was in our town Bandar Charley Harris of Middleslmrough was here last week visiting friend Ltnffi1Ballie and Arch Muliins ofruptcy Mullins Station were here Saturday was W D Mullins of was of s will damighterSirs s on George Reynolds Neal Tarot of Vernon was here Saturday 01be tbaillcessfnlly Huston McFerron w visiting here Sunday John PensAllningtons little baby which has Ixe very sick for several days is better Mrs Jake Pipe is on the sick list gatHenry Lampkins has moved from across the river to the John Smith Property ROCKFORD jjersonsfrt ditigevnOf DAnglinJohn Owens All enjoyed them states fineMiss Bertha Rich visitedIget nightWH you Berea Friday on business visited his mother IfRto upyakgirl Elmer Anglin and wife Disputanta visited May Todd Sun Mrn John Guinn is very sick this writing COUNTYextDRIP ROCK da19Senator W H Clark of is ItonaniCompanbusiness men a hustling call last Mr Xorris is a fine salesmanYOI reports business very Ragersrilltede give John D Altonu who laM you in Hamilton Ohio for quite 11 is leekslinking hands witlahfriendsPreston Webb WetlaChristmas for IIwhileUufonl and C H Click were Kelley Saturday and Married on the 13th inst ColJB Sparks to Ban ford Slay their pleasures he the ocean and their trouble an as the foam There is another a tonnnunilyh Do You Live in Eastern Kentucky Then you and your fatally need THE CITIZEN tIIThis paT represents the honor of thin jwople titan is their west advocate null holer We ntsul a means of rommunicatioii and a guide to progress This Tin CITIZEN furnishes And see what we bring to every homo coining every week even when the school is closed and the preacher kept away by storms and bad roads Good reading for the children Market reports Su- nIlla School lessors and all tilt important news Many UlltratiollR Helpful words for the housekeejKr the and the school teacher Continued stories that what is wing on in the world and reveal the rewards of virtueSPECIAL FEATURES FOR 1905 1 Deeds of the Union soldiers of Kentucky 2 Letters on Fasten Kentucky by Pres Frost Send money order cost 103 by snail today Dont miss the New Years number Address THE CITIZEN L C Hinman Mgr ii DID NOT TESTIFY Mrs Cassie L Cliadwick Brought Into Bankruptcy Court But Excused Owing to Illness NOT ALLOWED TO BE SWOR- ut The toted Woman 110101 Very Xervoni and Seemed to Be on tlatIVerge of Fainting1 Should Mrs Chadwick Again Be itBrought Into the Court It U Un likely That She Wilt OlvIIIIAny Testimony 1leveland 0 Dec IMrs Cass Chadwick was brought Into bent court here Tuesday In the ban proceedings against her b excused from testifying because Illness Whether Mrs Chadwlck again be summoned will depend counsel for Receiver Loeser whom attorneys are expected to take up the matter Should Mrs Chadwick ago brought Into court it Is unlike she will give any testimony fyin Down is a common expres DHIS we hear on ever Unless there some organic trouble the con can doubtless be remedied doctor is the best not dose yourself with all kinds of advertised remedies his opinion More than likely need a concentrated fat food enrich your blood and to the system Scott EmulsionI of Cod Liver OilI just such a food in its best form build up the weakened wasted body when a foods fail to nourish are run down or emaciated it a trial it cannot hurt It is essentially the be possible nourishment for deli and pale anaemic girls will send you a sample freed pictureInthe of every botllen of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemhtst= 409 Pearl Street New Yorkrl 50cas dJI AR DrllullbII Iti 4 T the does It will be against the advice of her attorneys who refuse even to allow her to be worn as a witness Mrs Chadwick was brought Into the courtroom by Several deputy marshals She took a seat next to the desk of Referee Remlnltan She Was pale but appeared ta somewhat better health than on the day of her arrival from New York last week Her Faithful Nurse and Son perNl diIlimn Hoover her BOO When the court was ready to pro ceed J I Dawley attorney for Mrs Cbadwlck made them announcement that he would not atlow her to bo sworn but had decfiJcVl to have her mote to court that IttcotilJ not be said she was shamming Illness although he knew her to be da aa condition to be summoned I have not been table to carry on a connected conversadon with this wom ean owing to her condition said Mr darkttempt proceedings growing out of the bankruptcy cue Allorncv Dawley gold eYou can send herback to loll If she Is In contempt for not testifying andItout as the attorneys argued and seem ed on the verge of fainting Boon aft er the announcement was made that she was excused she returned to the jail In a carriage WOMANS DEED Attempted to Kill Heri ChUd and HerselfISNew York Dec 21 Bevaus sho could not buy a Chrfstmas qreent for her threeyearold daughter tin Mary Metzger of Jersey City Tuesday tried Dlelgttbonrwho was rescued alter badly injured preventedIto kill herself but ayaa Mrs Metzger was child was removed tot a hcvpltal whore Jt is sold she may tie I neCol Fred Ames Panioned Minn Dee 21 The state board of pardons to Col Frederick Ames brother of for mer Mayor A A Ames of IMInneoi CoL Ames was chief of police anti was convicted of graft t luring his brothers Receiver For a SuspendedBank Buffalo Dee 21 John Cunner baa decided to MPP1 to the courts for a receiver for trthe Gar man bank which suspended recently and will reoommond O J Wheeler of the Western Savings IIbank of this city IlWant Reforms In Ru nla Chernlgotr Dec 21 rj fco local zeinstvo has telegraphed to tke czar strong resolutions tiegglng b ha Uu tha fegatlySt hiset Sale of Art Collectlor k Washington Dee 21Jul tine iVn has authorized the sal eat yttb lie auction in New York cat r IB U 8 month of January or Februai v of Ufa- art collection of Thomas E t Wagg former treasure of the iCathoUd University I Internal Revenue Calico Washington Doc 21Th UectIof collections o show the total n ttetpt month of November 19 1ilte hrV 91126 982 aa acres eta M cosa with November ISO tef H iii r Carriage Satisfaction HereI hOtIfinisbcarriages uvaiialiljr give thanNOWWe repaint and retire Get our f WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Of course we reimburse the druggist You know him and trust bun Dr MtlM Nvnlne s medtctno for your npOfaIIt l a novel theory mt of anatomy but of I realm wit ant dtooevered by Dr SHIM and Idnee made uso ef by many wideawake phyttelsm eke ape predate Its value In treating the Jck If you are stele we offer you a way to be made well1 r MHrs Nertitle Thta mrtllcifia U a MlentMe nre far- nerve dMordMj seek as Neural eta HeaOacHr tunes ot Memoir lNrplae tees HpQintn Ilackachr St Vltua Danes UJNy or ill Nervmu JrM tratlon isle Dy tonlnc up ties nerves Dr MArs Ueotorathre Nervine wUt aloe erne liens- suse of the Internal orcaiM due tea dleerdered nrneea system Some of these are iBJIiMttoii DM lous Headache Kidney Trouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh lUicuma tlsra ete My broths had nrrveuii prostralton and was not nMclnl h llvn vilnl upon him to try Dr MlW Ilmuratle NI pox kr has fully ftOt You trmfntbrr I wTw4 you bow it weed mr Ife u Lx yrwhen I tad1Mrrane IrouJ l preach tin merlin to evenron HRV M U MVKKH ronI ii vlll Uwa FREE Wlie uadtKrMa wil mot- you a Km Trtal ParkaRf- Dr Mlles AntiPain Pllli taro few Hclentine Kmnly for Pain Aim Hrm tom clank for our Hp rlall t ta dlvinv e your oapa and tell yuu who l wrong and how to right II Alw4ullr Free A ddrasc lilt Iq j ii tktir o LAUUItATWakf KUCJIAUT lOu t 1111 tI l l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I to bolieve para tlo that kwps 111 always bright able KY I wu with tton Tb dfonli Black goodlatore tallcfo I took In a y rHMR8 BARAU aillBVIKLO BIlttUTllU TbeiUordt Black Draught quickly ace lion the stomach and cures even cases of If you a small of Thed fords Black occa sionally you keep perfect LA Yore stckoeu Is caused by by any other disease Thedfords not only re lieves butcures diarrhoea and dysentery und keeps the bowels regular AU 4ranI1111t M eat packL to regulate the bowels I Lave ever M UK ANT Ferry N C Buggies PhaetonsRunabouts SurriesI DurableGraceful I Comfortable KENTUCKY CARRIAGE have bought time ShopIKnown alt this II Mnswv Meat Store on Min Stroot will have fresh uipftt on hand nil IIH tinit fi mifl and sot im for treatment Your bade in itolicled huio q Durham Main Street Herra Ky If you are not trndtiiK wolf mustygood A building 10 z 102 feet lull of Good Things A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street liored Kj 111t Hi HRI Learn buy at Arbuckle l i SPECIAL WINTER SALEI We it to sacrifice profit and more business h this policy first with the new seasons goods DO old stock hero clean new Season Roaeouable We know we can save SelectionstArbuckle SimmonstRICHMOND INDIGESTION Utrabld Mb troabU LIinvigorates chronic indigestion will dose Draught will THEDFORDs DRAUGHT constipation than BlackDraught constipation IDraughtciue usedbiRS- A Sowds CONSTIPATION Traps Useful stylish repair prices We null fnir Bros MISSING Simmons everything and your Fberlr Stout atlas t4imn- rre lr rllnuih lurlr maw W- na1415 BEST a IN WORLD SJlqu0111of jjln re tlJ f6 eNr1Ul1S t ru- isiMs9siKu ire J Uu tu airs 19011 5tilf7O IIlf r9 lIuslftSf NaDQbldislreaiAi W LlhUIIIuk ant int more nan ylbruhlrZGolboeplaredtideotlrr ulalru are tunl t la JtThey w1I ontwear tee padre ut otdluuary and t3rr 1CKJt II n111w1 tlIe l1i- v L Dou11 IIt ld LJae eaunolbaulltuypncI t n N1 r Coyle Hayes Main Street Berea Ky