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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w IdIM1tlIIHf IEA r C HINMAN e l1 Pod cede 61 Bunn bare waller- H j 4+ II III44I+ I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 19 1905 One dollar a year NOIII ill IDEAS Common BOIIBU no match for common IIOIIBCIIHO It U easier to save men from their cnomieH thnn from their fricndn Cnltivnto n pleasant temper wo hove to oil wheels oftetier limn blowup rocks FROM THE WIDE WORLD rest havoc was wrought by a fierce gale which swept along the masts of the United Kingdom According to reports received nt the official mine otlieo 122012 mon from 187 coal mines am out on strike in Gtnniny Tho French Cabinet has decided to rtfllgn hilt the exact tune when tliii will be done has not been determined upon owing to till death of tin mother of President Loulwt There in little likelihood that any jH nco talk will lt listened to at this time by HtiHsia On the other hand it believed likely that Kuropatkin will reinmo tho offensive An attempt was rondo by n student at Moscow to aH wsiimlo Gen TrtI1T while he was bidding farewell to Grand Duke Sorgius Four previous attempt had been made to take his lifeA cab gram from Paris gives in formation that the French Govern ment In considering the adoption of try tho telautograph an invention which will stale it possible for n man to sign chocks or legal paper in one city while present in another Lou Ion Jnn13A news agency dispatch from St Petersburg says Tho budget which was issued tonight estimated the total expenditure for 1000 not inclusive of the rout of the wnr at JWV78I712H and the lIt of the war in 1001 at f310 TrOO 000Tokio Jall1SIt is announced hero that Obn Stoensol in bidding farewell to the ItiiMian troops at Port Arthur thanked tho oIlioorH and men for tho heroic defunct andiuii ho considered that tho Japanese terms wero lcfit it was possible to have offered He added that ho would take all the blame for the premature surrender of the fortress IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Lyuohlugn in the United Stales which wore 230 in 1808 fell to Si in lOOS This year ought to show- a clean page- Washington Jan 13 Chief Wil kale of the United States Secret Her vice today announced the appearance ofn now and very deceptive counterfeit two dollnr certificate Time note is of tho series of 1800 Lyons Register Roberts Treasurer A bill proposingnn amendmenl to tho Nicholson Law was offered in Indiana Legislature yesterday It was prepared by tho Anti Suloon League and provides that a reinon strance by a majority of the vote of a wnrd cityor town shall prevent the sale of intoxicating liquors l within such territory for two years Tho President yesterday trans mitted to Congress n message recom unending tho reduction of tho number of Panama Canal Commis sioners to five or even threw Ho says experience has demonstrated that tho present Ixxly of seven is unwieldy Ho advised Congress to vest tho authority to pre crilo tho dutifM powers and salaries of the Commissioners in tho President COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Senator Blackburn lion arrived at Frankfort Dr II C Herring tho oldest prac titioner in Garrard county died at his homo in Lancaster In the HunterEdwards contest at Washington formerSenatorThurston himself leading Republican said tho circumstances surrounding tlto Hunter Edwartls fight wero n dis grace to tho State of Kentucky and the Republican party Bishop Lewis W Burton of Lox ington former rector of St Andrews church Louisville is ono of the three bishops selected to consecrate Dr C E Woodcock as bishop of Kentucky A party of Louisville clergy and lay mon will attend the consecration at Detroit January 2o President Levering of the Indian Asphalt Company accompanied by Superintendent H M Waite of the Queen and Crescent Road and several other Lexington business mon today visited several points on the line of tho Queen and Crescent suitableIrefinery to bo built by tho company Several places were inspected hy the purty and the most suitable site was near Durnsido Ky on tho Cumber land River anti Mr Levering will give n definite answer within tho next few days HIIIIIITHE dITIZENJ Evangelist C I IRXT who will conduct Revival Services in till Tabernacle beginning January 24 The Coming Gospel Meetings u ti WILL BEGIN TUESDAY NIGHT JAN 24 A Letter from Rev Thomson in regard to Them Whilo Salvation is not limited to any special time of tlnf year yet hero are certain tunas whoa It is wise to put forth special efforts to lead thorn who do not know Christ to a saving knowledge of him Such a timo in Beren is tho Winter tonn of the College when tho largest number of students is gathered henvhiany oKvhom may leave at the end of tho torn novor to be here again Wljnt In donut for then must IHJ done quickly yet it must not IHJ understood t lIt Abuse Special Meetings nrejonly for time ftiudeulM Thfort rfre fiiimlfttT in tenon for this term who will leave in the Spring and their presence makesthe meetings desirable and timely An Evangelist of wit I oxjwrience and large succeiw Mr C U Hunt of St Louis Mo tins leon invited and has consented to lend the meetings Mr Hunt was n successful lawyer in Minneapolis Minn for some years He was for a time State YPSCK President of Minnesota At length ho was led of the Lord to give up thin law and devote himself to evangelistic work in which he hits IKHIII signally blest Mr Hunt expects to arrive here on Jan 2 Iamid to lxgin work that night Wo must not think that any previous success of an evangelist or of evangelistic efforts here will insure success in this effort There must Ixi mighty prayer and devoted personal work and strong faith or God will not grunt us the blessing which we desire anti neet- iIt should ire uhderstood that while the College and time Union Church pay thin expenses of those meetings it in desired that every soul in Beroa and vicinity and all the Churches share the blessing It is a gloat sorrow to me that I am not permitted to Iw in these days of preparatory work have been called to the sick bed probably tho death of my father JL is however my expectation to he in Berea for next Sunday if not earlier and to bo thoro during tho meetings Will not each one consider tho duty of fulfilling the conditions of an outpouring of the Holy Spirit a personal one May God grunt that a multitude of souls for whom Jesus died may find salvation during time next few weeks A K THOMSON Medina 0 A HOLIDAY IN BOSTON Extract from a Letter from Mr and Mrs Racer at Cambridge where Mr Racer Is Attending Harvar- dImmediately after dinner we started for Boston and visited the public library there which is tho free library in the country Thorn we went to time old State house which was built in 1718 A largo collection of historic relics an there displayed After that wo visited Fanouil Hall Matket tho Christmas meats wero on display and it was certainly magnificent This building was erected in 1710 and tho lower floor ins always been used as n market Tho upper room plolforBeaton harbour was concocted and many patriotic meetings were held there before time Revolution It is called tho Cradle of Liberty Then wo went along tho wharves and ware fortunate enough to see a steamship pull out We finally wound up about supper timo at the South Ter minal Station the largest railroad station in the world There are about 30 tracks and 700 trains como or go in every 24 hours Wo had our lunch with us nod ate it there After lunch wo wont to the largo department store of Iloughtou and Dutton Wo looked over four floors and still there wero five more so wo gave it up and wound up the evening by going to tho Theatre and hearing Southern and Julia Mar lowo in Romeo and Juliet Wo got homo n little after midnight a little tired but havingenjoyed our outing wondorfull CHICAGO AND BEREA WATERWORKS COMPARED Extract from a letter from lIon Addison Ballard of Chicago to a friend of the College understand that the water has just been turned on at tho engine room of the Industrial Building with a pressure of 05 Ibs to the square inch Think of that while hero III Chicago with n water plant that cost unknown millions wo sun only get 10 Iblit lest I tell our citj authorities that if one of our twenty story buildings catches lire in tin top story to send it down to Borea and we will put Itout without a step ladder C J Hanson S Co can always save you money Of Course a Mistake They elected an honest alder tan from the Sttfiith ward till sprint Strange what accidents will hap pent Happens It really seems a pity That after many moon A youth no full of promise Should turn out full of prunes JACKS FOR SALE I have seven good Jacks all broken and ready for service Will sell cheap or exchange for other stock J W HKRNIKIX P 0 Whiteto Station Stock Farm 8 miles north of Berea 310 If you have ar aouoreltor a farm to sell try a want ad in TilE CITIZEN APPLIED FOR BAIL Attorney For Mrs Chadwick Asked Judge Wing to Fir Amount of Her Bond FIVE INDICTMENTS AGAINST HER Amount Was Fixed at 820000 laud Attorney lawley Said Tliii Would lie Furnished This Will Release Her on the Federal ChargeThere Are Other Indictments Against Her In the County Courts Cleveland 0 Jan 18 Attorney J I Dawley appeared before United Stales Circuit Judge Wing and asked that the amount of bail for the re lease of Mrs Cassle U Chadwick be fixed There are five Indictments against Mrs Chadwick In the federal court and United States District Attor ney Sullivan asked that ball be fixed at 125000 Mr Dawley suggested 16 000 Judge Wing compromised the matter by placing the amount of ball at 120000 and Attorney Dawley said this amount would be furnished This would release Mrs Chadwick on the federal charges There are however three other Indictments against her In the Cuyahoga county courts It was said by Mr Dawley that he would At once ask the state courts to fix the amount of ball for the Immediate release of Mrs Chad soon as ball bad been named In the federal court Prosecutor Keelor was asked what would be the effect on the slates case The Woman Will Be Rearrested Mrs Chadwick gives ball In the United States court ho said she will be arrested on a capias to answer to the Indictments returned by the coun ty grand jury The capias Is now In tho sheriffs office where it has been ready for some time for such a con tingency If application for ball is made to the common pleas court I shall at once take the matter up with Judge Neff who would Ox the amount Mr Heeler would not say what sum bo would ask for but said that ball would be fixed on each of the three Indictments separately Mr Dawley said that ball would be furnished for Mrs Chadwick on the county indict meats Just as soon as the sum Is fixed lie expects her release from jail about Thursday possibly a day or so later Mr Dawloy said he thought Mrs Chad wick would remain In Cleveland dur ing her release and that she would go to the Chadwick home on Euclid ave nue where Dr Chadwick has been living slnco his release on ban several weeks ago- CARNEGIE TO THE RESCUE Ho Will Make Good Some of the Losses By the Oberlin Bank Failure Oberlin O Jan 18 Andrew Car- negIe will make good the losses of those who suffered worst In the fall tire of tho Citizens National bank Intact he has already made good these losses for a draft has been received by President King of Oberlin college covering the amounts Those Included In tho list of benefi clarles are the Oberlin students old soldiers people of small means churches and the like Provision Is made for the appoint ment of a commission which shall de cede who shall be reimbursed A let ter from tho steel king containing the draft was received here and the an nouncement was made by President King Result of Mrs Chadwick Operations The banks failure was a result of Mrs Chadwlcks operations big loans having been received by her by the use of a note said to bear Carnegies signature rJtlron master denied the genuln signature Time students lone had 17000 in the bank Ten others who will be beneflttcd will add a large amount to this sum just how much more is not announcement has created a sensation In town Tho joy of many persons in humblo circumstances was pathetfcally expressed when the good news came to their ears Summer Hotels Burned Rockaway Beach U I Jan 18 rhree hotels and two cottages in the West Arverno section were burned which threatened to wipe out the en tire cottage colony The cottages and hotels were empty Loss 40000 Run on a Buffalo BanK Buffalo N Y Jan l8A run was started on the Citizens bank due ac cording to President Jos Block to the sending out of ananymous letters stat ing that depositors would serve their Interests by withdrawing their de posits Rev Dr Dlxs Daughter Weds New York Jan 18Miss Margaret Martha Dlx daughter of Rev Dr Met gan Dix was married in Trinity church to William H Wheelock the ceremony being performed by the brides father the rector or Trinity F III I 111 +111 H Hi Sixteen Departments Eight Paces 1H Cannot Afford To Lose r you deeds rrtortj 11AVE insurance poli or other papers that you do not care to lose If so we advise you to rent one of our safe deposit boxes in our fire proofvault These safes will take care of your papers jewelry and etc The Safe costs you only two dollars a year Come in and see themI THE BEREA BANKING COMPANY IJ J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashierl t S RICHMOND GREENHOUSES 1 Phone 188 Richmond Ky J Cut Flowersf3 Designs and IBlooming Plants 9 WATCH THIS SPACE FOR A SURPRISE Foalodod od od o +od odo +od o +od o +od O+od OoO +od oo od od +OI ooo pieces of new + cFURNITURE CARPET or MATTING + 0 Take a Look Through Our StockcIt will surprise you how well and bow reasonably we caDi o supply your wantsoto New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines 9oCRUTCHER EVANS t oaFOR SALE One good house and lot in the oast end of Berea located on Prospect Street The house has jive plastered rooms and two sealed rooms A largo garden spot and extra good Can be bought right Also a small house and lot in Val lacoton Ky with a good garden live miles west of Berea Ky Tw churches and a schoolhouse in sight For further particulars call on- E B WALLACE Phone 63 Berea Ky HIIIII1H East End Drug Co DEALERS IN PORE DRUGS AND I MEDICINES See our 5c and lOc counter A WONDER OF GLASS- WORK Come and look at the nicost line of QUEENS WARE ever in Berea We also carry a nice line of andolowest prices ICALL AND SEE US PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY H C WOOLF ProptI I t 111 HIMMMHIMHH r t 1 v THE SPINSTERJ Shes walking In the garden with quiet step and low Ann Smith who boat her lover now 9i years ago Between the clean white pallnga the vII lace people view Her moving midst the tulips all drowsy with the dew The breezes breatheof aprlngttm ot springtime 11110 and rill Theres sprinRllme In tbe rcMn8 ttirap tuned vesper trill Then vprlngtlme In the Moworas she bruahes to and fro And In her heart the gnrlngllm at M years ago The lane Is lying yonder wrapped deep In fragrant Gloom By bursting hawthorn bordered and cherry trees In bloom The moth athwart It flutter on errant ghostly wing Adown It dusky vista the orlokets bravely lng The treaderlightThe air In lIOn and dreamy and qulvet Ing with love The world In full of longing of whispers vague and low As In that other springtime of JO years ago Twas Just In such a springtime tauJust on such an eve That there beneath the poplar he took hla lat fond leave And bllndh fhe turned door ward aware fOr only this Within her breast hit promise upon her llpn hlii kiss Oh April after April Invokes the twi tight lane And April nfter April the garden wakes in vain For never will their coverts another springtime know Like that lear sweet old springtime of M years ago Ann Smith Is rtrnlght and slender her brow is ralm and fair Her voice ie clear and patient and mooth and thick her hair IO Makp hive touched her tresses no frost her cheeks ran dim To hr tis always uprtasUmt and elM must wait for him And whn the gloaming gathers around the garden gate And whin each thrush and pigeon has sought tiM gentle dull The children of the village will lied you vast to show The maid who toe ken lover now at years ago Edwin L Sabin In Housekeeper The Iron BrigadeA OF TUB POTOMAC ByGBN CHARLES ICING- Alnwer lt reaaIIML ri0aa1- Dpar ten rear xp Om1Ia O Vf IMlUBfiham Co CIIAPTBR III CosrivraD Lincolns rugged feature had already begun to take on a shade ot e nxl ly The lines were digging farther in about tbe eombre eyes and the road humorous mouth by tbe time the tall gaunt president in the abnormally tail lop listthe fashion of the day took to driving out to Kalorama In the August evenings Mr Secretary Seward dwarfing at his sideto take the air and look at the ono western brigade of all the commands then being mold ed by Gen McClellan into what was to become the grand army of the Po tomac While at first Massachusetts New York and Pennsylvania had been represented in the huge command all signed to Fred Bentons general with one exception all eastern regiment were transferred to other divisions a- more Badgers arrived and finally when the first frosts of October had turned the Virginia shores to fire and strongly entrenched the union army covered the long front from Alexan dria to beyond the Chain Bridge it was a brigade of four strong stalwart regiments three from Wisconsin and one from Indiana not an eastern or middle state represented in their ar ray that this compact command was designated of all others to encamp upon the beautiful Arlington wUte and tho general and his staff were di rected to occupy as headquarters the tine old mansion long tbe sent of a famous family The Badger brlgadlei moved In and took possession of the homestead of his oldtime friend and associate In the corps of engineers when as Junior officers they were build lag Fort Monroe and 4000 men of the west pitcicd their white tents on the lands of Virginias knightly soldler loh rt E Lee CHAPTER IV WHAT WAS FOUND AT MANAMAS Dark and dreary tbe winter of the first year of the war doted In on the camps about the capital Between the Long Bridge and the heights of Ar lington lay a sea of mud Dull red the Virginia roads were gullied deep by the wheel of cannon ambulance and army wagon that sank now to tho very hubs In sticky mire and time and again stalled the needed supplies almost within sight ornir destina tion In vain the darky drivers dou bled their teams and plied lash and blasphemy Hour after hour the order would ring through the swarming streets of the nearest camp Turn ontoboysmore wagons stuck in the mud and by whole companies regu lars or volunteers the men would wade knoedeop to the scone and with renee rails at levers and drag ropes Dyer the brawny shoulders prying pushing hauling and shouting thoy would yank the heavy rolling stock 3oe by one from toe slough of tholr letpond and rid thorn over to the next amp beyond tOil so from slough to dough pass them on their Anal deetl latloc But while the roads and flits were quagmires up along tieCwooded heights the ground was fairly dry and well drained ntiS thorp the four regiments three of which hail drilled through August on the broad level plateau of Kalorama anti much of the early fall about Chain Bridge wore now kept from morn till night builly at their soldier task The general held that the loss time soldiers had to kill the happier and heartier they were and determined was ho that the splendid material confided to his charge should be molded Into equally splen did soldierly shape that the ono ex clusively western brigade ot tho now wellorganlied army should bo second to none in point of Instruction disci pllne and efficiency To this end drills by squad company and battalion all three were of dally occurrence tot lowed by dress parade at sundown and aU this supplemented by long searching Inspections every Sunday morning Presently too he was able by a mile march through tho woods to reach an open plain out toward Balls cross roads and bore have brigade evolutions twice a weal Then the full uniform of the regulars had been drawn for the entire command the In diana boys shedding the semiZouave garb of t ay In favor of tho army blue as had certain of their Wiscon sin comrades at Chain Bridge as early as September One Badger regiment the Second whose men lorded It somewhat over their follows because they had been all through Bujl Run and despite fairly heavy losses retired In good order had even obtained the quaint stiff Koaruth hat looped up on one side and garnished with cord and brasses and feathers the headgear ot the regular at the time and were dubbed the Black hats by envious comrades of other commands Them original field officers bad disappeared somewhere about the time of that Ini tial battle and In their place bad come a stocky little black besrdd West Pointer as colonel with a most soldierly excaptain of state militia at his second and then the whole brigade had to be fitted out with white gloves and some nearby regulars were da tailed to show them bow best to polish their belts and boxes and greet WM the competition among the four regi ments to win the honor of headquar ters guard and orderlies Then as freeslng weather set In with December and It became possible for carriages to come bumping and swaying over tbe icy bOWMen and ridges Into which the almost liquid mud bail been transformed many generals et rank and statesmen by the seers and even the president himself began pay- Ing visits to Arlington and bringing curious and distinguished foreigners with them There was one visitor who could not come too often He came however only twice or thrice He never lift J carriage haL wt there lounging ramfortabrjr on the bank seat iwnafly with Secretary Seward by his side Jut as he used to come to nearer Kak rama and after he had chatted with the general a while he would drive through the regimental camps to re ceive the tumultuous greeting of the boys to wave bis hat and smile at them and sometimes when they NOW WHAT IIAVK YOU OCT TO SAY crowded about him to stop and shake hands with the nearmost and once or twice to tell some whimsical story that would set his hearers shouting with glee But if the rugged features beamed with kindliness and sympathy early In the December days and had ever a smile In return for the greeting of the shouting boys in blue senior officers who best knew him became aware of a growing anxiety and impatience on his part ere Christmas eurne In and the crowded camps wero jubilant with feasting and good cheer The beloved little commanding general bad been taken 111 with a fever and confined to his bed The president to whom he owed his appointment had as yet no Information as to that generals plans and strange cs it may seem the two or three men In his McClellans con floence wero strangers at the white house and tho departments When In his anxiety and sympathy tho pres Went called in person at the invalids house be was neither asked to the bed side nor given information as to when the general would be able to resume duty As a consequence the president had to turn to othor sources and Freda division commander licDowoll was tho first he sought Ho was for over asking questions as to the con dition of tho roads the possibility of moving guns and trains and showing not a little eagerness when told that through January at least tRey qughl uto be hard and firm but rolfFh nailI I the nation the press and the ROT lOt the army moved not and the fine weather ot December was gone and January came and stories Wysi from fire to fire that tho prcfldiut anti the people had become Irritated nl the long delay and that Little Mao was being urged and importuned and oven I blamed Let Little Mac alone said the boys He knows what hes about for oven In halt impatience nothing could shako their loyalty At last tho president took the law Into his hands and issued his first ardor directing the advance of an army In tho field And at last Its corps or ganisation completed nowthough with generals not ot McClellans choice to the glorious music of the Innumer able bands in splendid weather and In splendid spirits tho long blue columns filed out from tho shelter of tho cir cling fortifications and took the road to Centrevllle Promotion hall by this time carried Freds division commander to tho head ot a corps and his brigade commander to the bead of the fine division In which until now the wild western era had been numbered as tho First brigade Now they became tho Third and were both astdn Ishod and disgusted to find that their numerical destination de vended not as they were Inclined to say on their soldierly superiority but upon the relative rank of the brigade commander It galled them to tell the truth to find that the promotion to division rank of the West Point sol dier who had organized drilled and taught them from the start Involved a corresponding setback r them selves Some Badgers took the matter to much to heart as to declare that the general should have declined pro motion let somebody else step up to the command of the division rather than see his old comrades moved from the right to the left of the line from front to rear of the column In vain were they assured that It really made no earthly difference that the brigade would take turns at the head of the column on the march and as for the line of battle they would get just at reach fighting OB the left as onthe rightHowever the brigade strode away most vigorously on the march to Ma naesee WM one of the first to reach the storied stream that wound along at the foot of tbe heights was one of the most disgusted to gad tbe Impreg nable system of powerful works held only by Quaker guns and abandoned Impedimenta but to Fred DeMon and his general there came a lively senea flea in the report from the lips ot the bearded colonel of the Black Hate Ills men had stanbied on a lot of lets tara and luggage unaccountably lilt beI bind even In the calm deliberation of the confederate withdrawal the prop erty of certain officers of the Eleventh Alabama CHAPTER V A 8TARTLJNO RE8KMBLANCB Most skillfully and leisurely had Joe Johnston the confederate com mander withdrawn his army to the line of the upper Rappahannock When the Ant of the union cavalry under Averell came twinkling into view along the heights of Centrevllle the last of JohMtons 50000 all he had to face McCIellans field fovea of probably double that number was re luctantly riding away from Manaseas More for exercise and the name of the thing than with tho Wen of a lilt t- Uttle Mac bad sent his big corps forward to the scene of McDowell defeat of the previous July and for a whole day Fred Bonton and his Badger comrades wandered about the Junc tion the Henry house the Warrenton pike and the old Stone Bridge gather Ing relics and Information and It was while so occupied teat a squad of busy searchers had stumbled on two or throe boxes In an abandoned hut boxes that when burst open were found to contain letters papers and clothing belonging to men of tho Eleventh Ala bama and as luck would nave It to PIt Lieut Paul Laduo Now what have you got to say demanded officers of She Montgomery guard a home company as one ot them shook under Bsntons paling faoe an open letter addressed to Ladue Will you own up that he was a reb all the time No said Denton sadly He would have remained there taking ears of Ida old father If It hadnt been fur that mob and more than one of your men was In it Capt OKane as you very well know Might months had passed and the matter of that purloined letter was ai deep a mystery as over and now here at Manassea atd of all others to the men of the Badger brigade had come confirmation of thb statement Insisted on by McKlnnon and denounced as a lie and forgery by Paul Laduethat thu fiery young southerner was actually an officer of the Eleventh Alabama The absent are ever In the wrong and with sad heart poor Fred listened to tho chorus of denunciation that fol lowed the discovery He knew that within 48 hours a doien letters would be flying homeward with the exciting news so what was tho use of attempt fag to suppress ItBy his generals advice he wrote to his father forthwith tolling him of the finding of letters and luggage belong ing to Paul the letters all tending to show that he was now an officer of the Eleventh Alabama but that he Fred still believed Pauls statement to tho effect that he had occupied neither commission nor appointment up to tho time bo was banished from his northern Roma The general added some words of his qwn and then as- a courier was to start for Washington from McDowells headquarters that evening Fred was given leuve to rldo thither and thereby assure their letters going ahead of tho other It was au unusually blight and beau I hut afternoon as followed by his or delythe young officer tvrt the 3c Icy Springs road and trotted away northward In search of the corps commander Au ho came In view of the now famous Henry house and the cleared fluids up tho slope to the right thoivarren1tonspate he derided to ride to the crest and have a look at the battle ground of the previous year In front of him 100 yards away stood tho old Virginia homestead about whose walls tho bat tIe raged that hot July Sunday ot the year gone by beneath whoso shattered roof the poor mother died etilckfct by whirring fragments of shell Riding hl11481edthing prompted him to glance toward the houso again and there at a Jagged peerIInrboards his keen eyes caught an Instant glimpse of a haggard laeea taco that at his glance was instantly withdrawn Throa minutes later out on the northward edge of tho plalMU ho un slung his fieldglass to stuV the coun try outspread before him Still think- Ing of the taco at that jagged bolo some sudden Impulse prompted bln to quickly turn In saddle to bring the powerful lenses ti bear on a little win ilow under the peak of the roof of the Henry house and Uteri was the face again furtive frightened he could swear and again Instantly It popped out of sight But hits heart lied given leap as sad den as the sight He whirled his horse to the leftabout and role straight for the rear entrance to the garden Another moment awl dla mounting he rapped loudly at the door A taU slim man ot middle age appeared and with grave courtesy but without welcome In his tones Mild the purpose of his coming- I am LIMIt Beaton sir aidede camp to the general commanding the division guarding your premise ud I have a question to ask as to the OIl cupant of your garret 4 Instantly there came from jest with in the doorway to an Inner room a halt stifled erG papa rustle of skirts Tbe tall man turned thither a galek glance of warning and rebuke then visibly paler again faced his caller To De CoJitlnmd Too Many Dun Thai story of Lincoln which was re lated by the late Senator Harian at an old settlers meeting at Mount Pleasant la seems to be a new one Borne politicians had called on Preelden Lincoln to urge the appointment of- iQme of their friends to positions in I department By way of refuse the president told the following story Oentletfton the conditions In that department puts me In mind of the time that a young friend and myselt tried to court the two daughters of i peppery widow living neat our homes Tbe old lady kept a lot of hounds We had not been in the house long before one of the bounds came into the room and lay down by the InIn a little while another use carne do the door He didnt get in for the old lady gave him a kick saying chat oat of here Theres too many dofB In hen cowl We eonclnded to court some Cltl- NrIIrlsYouth Companion An Unuttered Thought Two Irishmen serving In an English rfcglaent wore good chums until Itooney WM raised to the rank of sergeant Forthwith his chest epanded and from that time on be leoked down on MeOrane One day McOrnne appraMhtt Rooney and said MikeI meta ser geant spose a private stepped np to a sergeant and called him a concelte monkey phwat wud happen fHed be put In tho gfardhone- Ho wud He wud Well now aposo tho private any Ujought tho sergeant was a cancelled monkey and didnt my a wild about It Wud ho be put In the gyard hotwo Av ooorse not Well thin well lave It go aa that Youths Companion IlltCllllllFlt Strange meanings are to be ex tracted from words The most rewaik able are sometimes the result of tine paraltoh It a boy cant think of his answer he Is likely to manufacture It A teacher talk this story of draw Ing out the power drwmant In the pupils mAd He was explaining to a farmer led who WM studying Latin and had been called on to recite the feet that a preposition often Intensities the mean ing of a verb Take cavo for instance he ftl- Mlt moans to hollow out Now what will a preposition do to ItT Intensify It sir Thats right Now what would excavu mean To holler out louder Brooklyn Eagle Coins a Ilonniliiliuul War Some time ago Dr Colt now bishop of Truro was traveling on tho Lon don underground railway Ors of his followpnssengora was arollgloiis man of the aggressive typo who is always anxious for the souls ot others but has nothing in tho way of a white lie to explain the fact to the world at largeQuoth tho enthusiast Whore are you golmito Dr Gtitt with his gentle jnannsr answered to Victoria station to which his companion replied Im go Ing to Heaven go I hope am I said the future bishop but Im going via Victor w Qnlooltf nnn BOYHOOD OF AL J PITKIN how the New President of Locomotive Company Struggled to Study Mechanics Albert J Pltktn was not apprenticed because of any disinclination on his part to study but simply because his father a Presbyterian minister with a charge now In one town and now In another could not afford to tend hie boy through college although he desired to do eo Noting his love for mechanics he did the next best thing and apprenticed him to learn the machinists trade When he was 12 years old ho was sent to live with whoIbecame his playground With remarkable cleverness be made out of wood machinery that would perform differ ont kinda of work Once with a spin clog wheel which he found In an attic as the principal pulley and with coarse string for belts be devised a machine by means ot which he sawed wood Be i cause of his Ingenuity there sprang up between grandfather and grandson at almost chummy friendship He gained his characteristic sobriety and serious consideration of things through eon start association with his grandfather i who first taught him how to use a chisel and a mallet how to drive a nazi through a narrow piece of wood with out cracking It and how to sandpaper and rub dowa a cabinet to make ready for varnishing Whea he wits only 14 years old he had mastered the con structive details of the portable engine of the shop He could also run the lathe and other machines one- Ida while on a visit to Newark 0 be through a machine shop He bAd never before seen metal belag mast lectured tale machinery The rasping and harsh noises of Its cutting wee musk to his ear Prom that time forth- the cabinet shop was barren of attrac tion and the dreams his grandfather I nay have eaierulacd of some day tak lag him Into partnership disappeared u quickly M shavings la a furnace He determined to become a machinist to learn how to design ma blaery and to become eminent M sr engineer lIe began as an apprentice at n cents a day in the Webster Camp ft Lane Machine companys shops clipping Nat logs with hand loote sad salad by M stating In setting up stationary engines in neighboring villages aid on the IJI pirattoa of hU time WM engaged at Ill a day for his betterment after a year he consider It wise to avail himself of an opportunity to eater the locomotive repair shops of the Clare land Akron A Columbus railroad He bad always felt the sesames romantic Interest in locomotives and had delighted to watch their movements The locomotive thea became his study When he crawled under one to make repairs It WM with a students interest at well M a workmans skill II faaallUr Iud himself with the mechanism of til the existing styles on that railroad SaecNiGOOD MIRROR TRICK A Dlffleult Tiling te Do with Pencil fInd Paper While looking In alaN Seat a person at a table and place be fore him a mirror Give him pencil and paper and uk him to draw tto following design And at the same time hold a plate of DIAGRAM HARD TO DRAW paper over his right hand so M to bide It entirely from bis sight It Is wonderful how dlimcult a task this will prove to be simple though It HelD Another good stuat Is for him to try to write hw own name white looking in the glaesBt Paul Globe A Case of Pronouns Tommy Mulligan of the seventh grade WM absent tram the classroom for one satin day It would appear that he had played truant for unknown to Tommy his teacher had spied him trudg ing homeward with pockets bulging suspiciously when she too war homeward bound that afternoon But Tommy brought a notl of excuse the noxt morning which of course would prove that he had been detsxned at home legitimately Tho wrltlrg was hardly that of a feminine hand and the note appeared to have ben written laborious ly and with much bloUJng furthermore the penmanship seemed strangely fa millar to his teacher Tho note read as followsDear leaahorPlpaso excite Tomy for not comeiiiE to sliool yostiddy ho cud not come 1 tore my pants Mrs Mulligan Chicago HocordHerald Pearls nnd Poverty Mother Harold darling where Ir my string of pearls Harold You mean the mllllondolla ono mamma I lent thorn to thepoor little Girl next door to skip the rope vrllk Colllerg Weekly FIGHT BETWEEN MONSTERS Thrilling Encounter In Jingle in Which Khlnoceros killed- a I Huge Lion Some years ago while hunting In the Zambeil country for elephants ivory I left camp with one attendant soon alter noon ono day and made a wide circuit but found no elephants though signs showed that thoy bad been In the neigh borhood In groat numbers says a writer In Uia Philadelphia Inquirer My at tendant a bright Batonga boy atcut 19 years old declared that tho tuskers I sought had been scared away from their usual feeding grounds by a war party of countryJIt was getting dark when disappoint ed I started back toward camp In a woodland path where the trees stood rather wide apart but wiser the ulldervbrush grew rank and thick we came aeroia one of tile tearfoldlugn fixed in the branches of an overhanging tree from which the natives of that region kill elephants by thrusting Into them i long spears as they psltenalh Those 1spears have a handle four or five feet long and are as thick is a mans wrist f t white the spearhead li about SO Inches long by two broad They drive the spear between the anlimals ribs and tbowrundedbeast rushes t IMPALED Trig LION ON 1118 HORN I wildly about the shift of the spear bit ting the trees aad causing th wound u gap so that with two or three seek spear In him he soon bleeds to death I determined to climb on the platforMi aad Inveetigate which WM i my part M we were at least three mile MyiBatosgaarrie l a 677 eiprew rile to hand to mo I when ilghlbor I railed for it and J carried aa In order to swarm ap tu platform beaded my eightbore to David wboi II held both guts No sooner had II i fairly reached the acafftiMing than thenrf came a Unifying roar from ur bush and a scream from the boy Dvopp4cc toO b weapons he placed himself bsiiU me with the agility of a monkey I looked down to ace a hag old lion pri ng from the bush Into tho path nut sailed the rifles and pawed then warily He evidently WM one of those superannuated lions of whom the natives say His teeth are worn he will tat ma bemuse they are not able to fight and kill their ordinary prey Thus they are more daaxwou to an unarmed man for they are hungry always and a man without a gun fllls a long fit want with theta The lion scented M IB the tea and looked longingly up at aa sometimes tying with his bead upon lila paws like a domestic cat and just casting his ayes aideway M if thinking how IoN we would tat and thoa again roaring and shaking his mane mrta on hit hind lca and scraUhhigat the trunk of Ibo 4tree The moon came up sad we could all this sa from an open box for thojbranches of the trees let la enough light on the path to make Ute some visible j Suddenly there came a great trashing of twigs a crackling of steal vanllng a general tearup of the lash and thundering out of the obscurity psjfUag and snorting dashed a body hull sad un gainly but with the speed of a locomotive It was a rhinoceros big blank and ugly The lion would gladly have turned taU but the rhino was upon him too soon and cornered the old cat Than his fighting Wood awoke He mad a spring for the rhino JnlpIIlag tideway and leaded on jail Idem but his claws nod teeth were worn and alter a confused Jumble or flghtliiK I bodies accompanied by terrific roars nnaImighty snorts and puffs we saw that the rhino had shakes off his antagonist The two faced each other again Th lion barked away and evidently was about to run for It when the rhino charged The lion sprang into the aide dodge but the great horn of the rhino naught him ID the side and we hoard a terrible ripping sound Then the combatants were hidden by tho twoIfrom whirls the rhino presently emerged r alone making uncouth noises and par nUy In a groat rage lie tossed apIhead as If ho wonted us but In his t anger rushed wildly away crashing through the foroit- Descending from the tree and regain- Ing our guns wo found the lion dead jthosearch ot us Why He Was Crying Nurse What are you crying about BillyBUIyCoe slater says ihoa a now woman and Ive gut to mind the dolls while she runs the top engine Chicago Inter Ocean A Woman Admiral There Is only one woman admiral In the world Tho queen ot Jrecco ii an admiral of the Russian navy 7- J THE CITIZEN I t The OnePrice Cash Store t DRUGSji Clean pure and fresh t Prescriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles 1Vc carry a most complete line of toilot articles perfumes soaps etc I Glassware l We have something nice for you in loopioco dinner sets nnd 6piccc rtenset j I I I H I II I I IJ The Home JIHNIB LESTIR BILL IdttM lIIItH11 H HHHIHK The Gentlewoman A woman to lx trull dressed intuit frat of all IHJ exquisitely mill and clean Her clothing nmy not always Ixi nf the handsomest hut thorn In something in the way in which nlio puts OU her clothes in her careful attention to detail that marks her as tho well drts eel woman Even though othora ontHhino her in the costliness of their attire there in something front and niisuUe in her appearance that she has a greater charm than her moro oxpon lively dressed sisters Tho neat woman never neglects hor daily bath ShewyH scrupulous attention to her hair anti teeth are well scaliHorcarol for viuuu and white with wellkept nails bespeak tho All tho children wore asked to bring to thu grammar class a abort original composition about some ar title they naw in daily use and thus is what one little boy wrote The needle in a sowing tool It h IH composed of two parts tho point and tho eye Tho eye in made of air and is what you stick the thread through Tho point is madoof nteel and la what you stick through tho clothNothing raises tho price of a bless ing like its removal whereas it was its continuance which should have taught us its value Hannnh More Manners in Now t York where the girls are taught to ho elegant as they nro cube root or rhetoric One special teacher who receives lban hour for her refined influence dresses beautifully comes in n coupe and punts n formal visit She leads tho conver sation discussing all tho current topics of interest to polite jwojile and frowning down mistakes and bad taste Everything she says and does every gesture and everything she wears is said or done or worn to teach distinguished manners When she goes hone she writes letters to tho girls and teachers con taining compliments and criticism respectively During the school year each girl is this ladys guest at breakfast or dinner Farm timid Fireside Keeps what you want every thing nice fresh and uptodate FAIL To get our prices before you buy we will save you money We dont charge you for loses because we dont have any we sell for Cash II ttttttttH I I The JOHN WIRT 11 I I I I I I I Unpleasant It is said a quiet roposo of manner is true ladysays a writer Former and I hoe women apply the test acquaintances by rocking chairs whoa first calls If tho erMtuul oration the bleak listed Recklessness mid are moro often tho lessness than of I know a sweet moves through tho clone runs up or down clatter and slams the bang She is always kindness but this nois her I know another partial ton rocking chair not be make everyone else vigorous vibrations springing her feet up then forward bringing down with n stamp seems to tire of tho oil the other members hold grow exhausted She too is n sweet bud habit 1 know n woman who to know bettor who hor fingers quiet five time If nt the tea with hor teaspoon napkin ring or rolls If in the sitting room thimble or scissors things if there is no within reach sho of her chair with her twiddles her lingers Sometimes this result of disordered frequently it is thoughtless habit I once had a good could not enter your u sniff followed by What are you sauna time lifting the for herself Another young girl hearing hor own voice all competitors Her have n chance to say talks so loudand fast Dont imagine have never seen any in you Men and boys have a s ninny and as offensive habits a their sisterslipping How to road to Children As soon as n child becomes fan iliar with the language we are teaching him through play we should begin to road simple tales to him prose rather than poetry Thu canto talo may IM road ninny over for children are happily pleased withrepetition When they- know their little story wo may hart thom toll it to us in their own words We tummy adroitly direct their atten tion to the verb rather than the substantive getting thom to describe action rnther than things For tho verb is thp objective point ofn language and to know a single oat- so thoroughly ns to bo able to apply it in every admissible way is better than to commit to memory any number of nouns It is not wolf to spend time in studying isolated words for the true way is to learn to speak by phraseMontana Home Journal I lHHlIHHIHIHHlIHH- The Farm I SILAS CBBBTBR MASON EditorI ill 11111 1IMM 1I1IIM + A farmer who hall Just trade a lot of elder thought It might be good for Ills hogs It proved so good for them that he- found forty of tltetn dead the next morning It U always safer fur the country shipper to soil hU produce t o b at home than to consign his goods to a city commission house Not till com mission house are dishonest but we regret to say that some of them are There Is n marked disposition to do away with the free lunch at farm auc tion sales This courtesy extended to prospective buyers Is much abused tor- lot of tree lunch fiends who could not buy an old hen are always on deck with large appetites An unpainted barn and outbuildings and a nicely painted and welt kept farm home are an Inconsistency the same thing as a silk dress on my lady und holes In her stockings Paint pays If one tins to look at the barn everyday and pays It you wish to sell the place The way of the squash vine planted near a Hue fence was to shove a ten drip through the fence and start to grow a big squash on the neighbors lot Whose squash was IU Well the men and his neighbor could not agree and so went to law over It and that squash cost them 32 before they got enough of It Seventy degrees Is the temperatures at which no one ever complains as be lug too hot or too cold While such a temperature will not develop vegeta tion of tropical origin not being warm enough It exactly suits nearly all our common cereals and must of our trolls save oranges grapes and peaches Sev enty degrees Is atmospheric comfort horsesapiety In proportion as the time of his horses Increases It Is not an easy matter for a parson to maintain his ministerial usefulness with even a three minute horse and with a 230 horse he need never expect to get Into the kingdom We only state a fact and do not pre tend to explain why things are thus tThe condition of English agriculture very deplorable If we are to credit the highest authorities on the subject Land values have shrunken by hun dreds of millions of pounds while the capital of the farmers themselves Is less by n billion dollars unit It was twentylive years ago Thirteen million of the Itrltlsh people arc underfed There are not a few aristocrats there who have titles without revenue and that Is tough We know of a farmer who has a herd of fine grade Shorthorn stock cre ated for him without the outlay of a penny Ills farm ndjolni that of a prominent breeder of this class of stock who gladly furnishes him the free use of his sires rather than run the risk of contamination from a scrub beast In Lila neighbors pasture U Is not farfetched to say that this fact hiM been worth a thousand dollars to the breeder of the scrub cattle nail he has got some Ideas besides A render wishes to know whether rats ever migrate or move from plan to place In large numbers Yes the do While the question of a toed supply usually prompts these migrations still If some now scheme for destroying them put lulu practlre which out wits thorn they will quite frequently all leav a given locality for some safer quarters An unusual migration of these rodents was recently reported In southern Minnesota the rats going from time country districts lute the town perhaps on the snme plan that tramps seek city quarters during the winter One of the most illlltcult things we full with farm hands U to get them to care for time small things llx a board or n fence wire when needed without positive orders keep the machines properly oiled anti cared for put puiall tools the hammer tbeI whetstones oil runs and time where they belongn lack of care sense nod forethought which the aver age hired nine either does not possess or else does not feel called on to exer else In the Interests of his employer It Is the same trait which when these men go Into farming on timer own account makes them shiftless and unsuccessful tenant farmers and always keeps them poor GROCERIES They are always fresh the cheap est and delivered promptly at all hours Fresh Oysters Direct from Baltimore every Friday and Saturday Hardware Dont fail to come in when need anything in that line youI I EAST END DRUG COMPANY Berea gentlewommnClipplnpTh DONT WHY Because Ky IDlstinrulihed objectionable shortcomingsH The Action Begins And the action will continue to the very end of that remarkable story J THE IRON- BRIGADEBy GEN CHARLES KING The Opening Chapters 4 in this Issue tfDo Not Miss Them or any of the Chapters that are to follow Of this our new serial the I Chicago RecordHerald says Both history and story are to be found In Gen Kings novel ff The Iron Brigade Ali of Gen Kings stories are stirring He has seen action on the field time after time and he knows how to give the tint of the battlefield to his written pages It isj a war story and there Is war from beginning to end owhere does the Interest lag Gen King has written a story that willsustain his reputation as a writer REMEMBER THE OPENINGCHAPTERS OF THIS STORY ARE INTHIS ISSUE Subscribe for The Citizen T The Citizens IwBnrzNDSKT FAMILY NEWBMTO I r WUtea every TEard7 at Dena Kj EREA PUBLISHING CO L C Hlnmin Manage- rsonsonlrrror RATES PAT ABU UT JJ1VAXCX On HM Biz months 60 Throe morabi 6 b Pertone Order EaegteeredLatterThe Lat alter ycnr name ehowi to what law is paid It It U sot- gaanent within ttire Weeks alter Kndlnr w poaey DOUr UL Bobierlbers wUMnjr Tni CmiKX topped tiuit notify ut at the cxplntlon of theirshinMrtptlon 1Iln all trrrtri othtwli we that they wuh It continued Notify ni at once ot any ehnce ln your ads lr itmngboth old lieS new addresses Mining Number doe to wrapper coming supspiledAgents Wanted In every 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but nothing wpuld cure n- II I used Bucklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns acd sores 25c at East End Drug C- oTHE r WELLDRESSEDWOMAN wears a Suit Jacket or Cloak from tho PRINCE TAILORING CO Orders taken and full line of samples by MRS A P SETTLE JR Depot street Bores Ky I t Miller House fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky W lhams is bettor prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Cleansing and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Vain Street Berea Ky n A Grim Tragedy is daily enacted in thousands of Jjctaes as death claims in each one an other victim of Consumption or Pneu monia But when Cough and Colds are properly treated thq tragedy is averted F G iluntley of Oaklnn don Ind writes My wife had the gaveherNew Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured strongItOne dose relieves Guaranteed at jrOs and X100 by East End DrugCo Trial bottle free W11t teb ittimt of l niin at- liaa 30 irttmtug Ntur Dy BENJAMIN F TRUEDLOOD Preildent of the American Peace SoclelYI HE year just closed has been full of events which give strong ground for belief that the era of universal peace is just upon us Since the 1st of January last no less than 22 treaties of obligatory arbitration have been signed In the group of nations which have thus pledged themselves to one another to submit certain important classes of controversies to The Hague court for a period of five years arc included nonrjy all the important powers of the world the United States Great Britain France Germany Italy Austria the Nether lands Belgium Switzerland Denmark Spain Portugal Norway and Sweden and Russia More encouraging than the trebles themselves is the strong pa cific spirit among both rulers and peoples which has produced them The recent reference of the North sea Dogger bank incident to an in ternational commission of inquiry as provided in The Hague convention is of the utmost moment as a prophecy of the new era of practical peace which is just before us Even ten yours ago such a thing would have been impossible and by this time the Russians And Britons would have been slaughtering each other by the thousand The year has been full of important meetings of an international order which bears witness that the nations led by the growing sentiment of their peoples are moving straight on the road to general peace Chief among these gatherings have been the Washington national ar bitration conference in January last the Mohonk arbitration confer ence in June the large national peace congresses held in France Great Britain and Italy the interparliamentary union conference at St Louis in September held under the auspices and at the expense of bur gbv ernment and the great international peace congress held at Boston in October at which the government of one of the greatest nations on earth openly identified itself with the peace movement through the presence and address of its chief cabinet officer Secertary Hay The crowning event of the year has been the call issued by our government for a new intergovernmental conference at The Hague to carry forward the great work inaugurated at The Hague conference of 1899Not the least significant fact df the year to my mind has tocn the general attitude of the civilized world upon the sanguinary and disastrous war between Russia and Japan The painful lesson of this struggle has been taken to heart by the civilized peoples as has never been the case at the time of any previous war between two great powersThese striking facts of the year are sufficient to convince any thoughtful man that the spirit of the Prince of Peace which has already produced such remarkable results in the ordinary social relations of men is making its way with extraordinary rapidity into the realm of international affairs This new year will give us triumphs of this spirit in practical ways such as will surprise those skeptics who still persist in believing that violence is the natural order of things among nations i The opportunities themselves1iiu11Itt lIp41 LI1 tUitt1 tILI York Chicago and the WOODRUFFsorer great centers of By HON TIMOTHY are abun ot New Yorkdarttoday If a young I J nnn or a yOung woman is earnest of purple and diligent left not wiser to seek a thing where It abounds cvcnlf competition for its possession is great rather than to seek it where competition is less but where it stay not exist at all c And1Jenjh opportunity does come one cannot afford to let i slip by fr oncjieyer knows which opportunity may be the opportunit of a1 lifetime chers and men of business should impress upon stu dents and emplt3 s ths great difficulty in securing a second oppor tunity after one has been lost The real secret of success in commercia lift lies in a willingness and an effort to do something more titan mere ly perform the routine work demanded of the position This is the day oY specialties and in New York state the value of a special education in business has been recognized by the highest educational authorities of that state the board of regents They have instituted system of registration whereby the state certifies to the commercial college diplomas tnAmong all of the opportunities which this coun try affords none comes more frequently or with greater promise than those which arc within the grasp of the stenographer or the typewritist Look at the case of George B Cort lou He was the stenographer of one president then assistant and finally secretary to the assistant and then a member of the cabinet and chairman of the national repub lican committee I o I 11t wl1flw1r nf lirt By Prof J LAWRENCE LAUGHL1N University of Chicago As a rule price is the outcome of condition antecedent to the for mal act of exchange of goods in thc market for any forms of monev The amount of purchasing power is not synonymous with the amount of the media of exchange in circulation but corresponds rather with salable goods Very often the media of exchange are created as a consequence of the transactions in goods Hence they can have no effect on time making of price AH the elements touching the acquisition of an article labor material etc the intensity of demand for it from consumers the influence of monopoly cOllditon all these arc in constant operation in determining the price which will be settled upon by the seller and the buyer When these forces have done their work and a price has been fixed in the markets the goods thus valued in terms of the standard gold arc actually exchanged by some medium of exchange which in these days is seldom the standard commodity To me therefore I he old quantity theory was an improper appli cation of the law ofdcmand and supply since it treated only of the demand for and the supply of money and did not even define this aUi TFirst Miracle in Cana Sunday School Lesion brim 221905 2 Prcp theHlohwayn4nywny OpytUlIK j J X KlMo LESSON TKXTJohn 2illl Memory verse 1L Heal also John 103 1 GOLDEN TKXTWh Uoev r lie Kith unto you do It John 21- TIMBTho third day after JeeuI tie parture from the Jordan for Cameo men ttoned In Jshn 211- 1PtAC1LCana of Cameo the hetge ef Nathaniel A nUMINDErtThe key tnt Ir Jshna Gospel and hente of every Lseen taken therefrom Ii 1031 John reeordi this list dent as an eye wllner In order that we may believe that JUI II the Chrlit the Son of Ood and that believing ye may have life In Lila name Notice how the Divinity of Christ Ii attested In each IM lion thus far First 11ia wUieats trmted bark to the begInning with Qed Beyond John wltsei bem upon the audible and- of vtalble lettha flr mat adds Its etldence of the miracle The Lesson Outline TIiE3EJewy glory monlleaeil IThe Occasion v 1 I WtlIDC VL 2Jiee Invited v 1 IlT e opportunity vs JG I A Need and an Appeal YI J I I WUUng B racw v V 1 Brapty JM v L- 111The Metlvede ve 1 land DlretJett Ned what 1 SImple had m Tnaarmlllsotliahlod what the- yIVTh bad not nIt vs Mlvs I VYitatComparing Scripture I The Occasion 1 At a Wedding T iThere la no occasion or circum stance in life that may not be made radiant with the manifested glory of i Jesus It Is significant that the setting of Jesus first miracle should have beeuI a wedding Jesus was neither an nor a wlnoblbber the latter of enemies accused Him of being Matt 1119 2 Jesus Invited v 2Two signia cant points 1 The desire for Jesus presence and 2 Hla o ocom If Jesus wore at more wedUngatoday- there would be less marriages wfalsa prove failures and fewer divorces 11 The Opportunity 1 A Need awl an Appeal vs 31The glory of Jesus always shines forth where there Is a need to supply and a turning to Him In faith for help Comp Phil 419 with Phil 4G The wine of the world Is sure to tall sooner or later sad then we mutt turn to Jesus to obtain the wine which can satisfy 2 Willing Servants v hA wom an with faith could Inspire tko servants with a willing spirit to do the Masters wilt Faith wins cooperation always And cooperation Is needed thstJsMS power aad glory may be manifests I Baply Jars v GIt Is the ensjt I ty vessel which Jew wants Brapiy that lie nay nil It Note all through this Incident bow dependent Goals pow i er Is upon human agendas The human need the appeal of faith the willing servants aw then even the empty jars III The Methods 1 Simple and Direct v 7Jesus began with what they had Here Is a woderfnl lesson for every one who would render helpful ministry to others It was the rod In Moses hand and the sling In Davids hand which God was pleased to ue Gen 42 1 Sam 1749 Jesus aHa Into In cestalngly foolish things sometimes but If we obey It brings Its re ward aad Its glory In Jesus response to the appeal we have revealed the sptnt In which He had gone to the wedding It was that lie might serve others and witness to the truth What sn example for w 1 Cor It 31 Col 317 2 Transforming v 8 Beginning with what they had Jesus nave them what they had not Water aad yet ss they ouedtsntly poured out anti bore e the governor of the feast the water was transformed The commonest things of life when poured out In service for others are transformed Self given In living sacrifice to Ood Is transform Into the likeness of Christs perfect char acter Rom 121 1 i Jesus glory It manifested thus I IV The Results 1 Superior Wlnn napI was alfohollc or nonalcoholic Surely He from Whom every good and perfect gift rome would out supply that wblcii would harm or destroy Gods Worl t cries out In co uncertain terms against strong drtnkI2 Competed Testimony v 10 I j Ignorant of the origin of this wine UHf governor appreciates Its high quality Title is conclusive miracle which June had wroulbtI I I Convinced Disciples v 11Nu- r motion Is made of the others in attend ance on the feast as to the effect of hlI miracle upon them Surely bad they believed on Jesus Scripture would have so recorded They could receive this wine tram Ills hand but they could mx receive the Christ Ah how true this is of peopl today Willing to take that God has to give but unwilling toI InIthe few disciples or the unbelieving guests bad you been there Where do you stand tcdny The Golden Text Whatsoever lie with unto you d- oItWhat a different world this would be If this Injunction were obeyed How speedily the world would be brought to Christ did every Christian obey the voice of Jesus Whatsoever Includes all the range of human need and service Do It Though you understand not though It may bring ridicule or pores cution or suffering or toss Do ltd and you will have Peace and Joy with in and success and blessing without Self Is an unsafe master Whatsoever I sell saltb unto you do It not But whatsoever Jesus tilth to you do ILu i WHAT CAUSED THE WRECK The Engineer Was Sleepy from Alco hol Which la the Base of Anaesthetics In conversation with a railroad en ginger whom I was treating Hr also holism recently I aided him tkd above question referring to a horrible wreck which occurred not long since on one of our western roads Whisky he answered laconically- Do you mean to say that the engi neor or conductor or both of them were drunk I asked Well not lust what you call drank perhaps but dull sleepy stupid They failed to read and undorttand their orders or forgot then You hnow doctor be added that a man who Is addicted to drink IB never In his nor mally abnormal condition unless he hat a few drinks and even then he does not we pond and forgets readily This man had discovered practically what Prof Krupelln of Heidelberg has N fully demonstrated experliaeaUIIy towH that oven a very small quan tity of liquor renders the vision less arate and dulls the memory I believe this effect to be tine to the anaesthetic action of all which paralyses the family of attention which Is such an Indispensable prerequisite to good memory That alcohol Is aji asjteethetlc there can he no reatonaWe doubt In view of the fact that It Is the liMe of the twin cipal anaesthetics and the greatest of all hypnotics When alcohol Is shed upon by chlo ride of lime chloroform results When alcohol U acted upon by sulphuric add sulphuric ether results When alcohol l- Is acted upon by chlorine chloral re cults Now ss none of these three agents possesses any anaesthetic prop erties etcher singly or eemhsd and each produces an anaesthetic when eomMnrd with alcohol the coorlaston Is Inevitable T J Savage M D In American Issue A TEMPERANCE CRUSADE Hew a Benarknble Movement Was Started in CeylonTt5 Growth A correspondent wd1N IMO Just returned from Ceylon writs to the Christian World about a very remark able lompemnn maverawi hi that Island It had a singular beglssdig A wealthy Sinhalese and some of feu friends were having a jovial tisse In a tavern over their snack A dispute arose with the tavern keeper and the whole eosipnny detemtMd never to touch arrack again They founded a society which practically all UM men of their village Joined The news of this HMnevtent was published la the vernacular press with the result that the Idea was taken up rapidly in all i the towns and most of the villages of South Ceylon Largely attended west Ings here been held and star speeches denouncing the llqoor t raf fle pledges are signed Wellorrnls processions go through the singing temperance songs wki h great enthusiasm The movfm rouaoII distinctly a Buddhist movement the appeal Is made to the dtxmnes of Ilnddka though Christian nalIIIIIIare sometimes asked 10 who break their pledges are rigorously dealt with In Ceylon the liquor traf fie is a government monopoly and though Uuddhlsts the missionary so cieties and planters associations have many times petitioned against the li quor trade being encouraged It has extended at at appalling rate during recent years Title now movement has giatUy chocked It Use tavern bejsem Ing itMrlod and the liquor altsrn lakingIcoustry are already appealing for eorsptriwWnAlliance News TEMPBHANCE ITEMS ITbe manly part Is to do with might and main what you can do u Hm r Eon It II touch easier to rdify whis ky than It Is to rectify the Mi that It causesThe comes to tllle ail the music of the home and nil it with II lence and desolation It ws had a million pens every one of them would write Train Iho ehll dree to baniiih the drink flrnd IWhllky and Immorality ra6rthee- dge off human character ihf y weaken It In every spot from trap to bitiom The state hires teachers to Ill the boy about the iliysli oKlcil frI vt alrobul sod llr ncpx walonns to show him these effertj New Ural Tuu sparkling bow that mmrkllns1 bowl Though reps of bard thy brim racy pr as And t ev of brauty oer thee roll And ttonj and dance ih power oonfren I will not loiHh they for then rllnsA Scorpion to It side that slugs John 1lerpont- CuIIIers Weekly recently printed a halftone representing a square pile of cages within a paling It being label ad The Enemy Within the Maes at Port Arthur It was made from a photograph taken before the war and repntftratlng aMO ales of vodka Work of the Saloon In Ohm during the present year there have been ten men executed for murder and live more convicts are aaltltiK the day of their oxocutlon This In u terrible record and it la without doubt chiefly due to the de moralizing mtirderlneltlng Work of the aaloons Itellfiious Telescope A NEW INEBRIETY J i GingerITho taking of ginger Sri the form of QMonce or strong tlnottiro Is roveated b a medical titan as n growing fqrtu finAs Its utoouallc strength Is afoul double that of whisk or brandy ii deleterious results of vxcMttve iddui asucft can be Inmgtwd There is one reworded ease In whi u the dally dose of a victim at a1e9ler- Um was Increased from tstt drops to a pint In the courts of ttlt year + Though the habit Is moro practiced m the United States than In Rnalani then are numbers of ehelnlals ID LUll don who admit that they bate reiculur customers for the pungent OM jti who buy comparatively ladle uiiiiV ties every week The curse of the hahit u rearltal ways time saws OInlIII DIe with wsaiy bralnn sad disorOsr llontnahii who seek palUarthS of tln results of overwork Th v grow that suck drugs as morphine tiioral r raise and chloroform are A jMOuiatnt la their effect upon II Jn I tem they know alsu thai inger way the homely remedy of iinir youth lur stomach troubles- It seems incredible iir Ir U a fan that from the taking of a few droi of this powerful sarminutur for lo U sjestloH a glKRSflt at grow 1111 the haMt of laMnt tarp IMS IMIII as a lonte IL sedative auf a pslllsU So far Inquiries show Ut women are as much addicted hi iUtgerlan as men hut the artaul victims are dr Ncult to trace as essence of ginger easily pHrehaseaule in any chemist s shop by child or grown un person It must be a very vitiated taste that can endure a large dose of tincture or Ringer said a wholesale dismlat e terday not of course lir seine cn tie salt of meet violently a log drny Once here Is a phf al demlrI erwWed for a particular lUiHlam th palate Is dlsrefjardAd It a the rosu which Is looked forward I p not fl Immediate Impmskm In this ervr n rtkm at least Ute ordiaatr alcohol drinker Is more MM than the ntorph a tuner or Ute glncvrlst He may pIthat In his mouth which steels away sis brain hut st least Its gods son physical sensation of pka IN In t l opsrnlloe OlnirerUru a depravt form of drugging The result of tW bract seems bs a negatloa of the reed aimed si A rtorurssld rnsurdsr ttnthte format inebriety after going rsjilitat flat completely disorders the ssuwh sn gives no relief to a burr t ruin BEER AND STUDENTSj The Injurious JIffeft WWeh the Farmer Is nVhKIU Ute letter in Getiuopyv Thl i- FaIrrLnI an affirm that c O rroar and AUVI I sx and u Krsinr a large tart t itelic plan nf our n a leni ih U M really r waed In ti t C and nb Klnthe the rldlculonvini rump i Kin nil Illotlr vMiiKl T the drmi 4 Inn revivals German i have i lrINI1 are undotiin 1JM nnr hideonr ileformlty In r rlvllun country At the mine in they IIe kltnIllhan v with AIft rn U palhoI tuagues Ifs + Ighii vomiting and the ka Ir I whlrh the most rolomiai rlJl eclnlliy i pplauirii and the tnn pi bcaj llneM and Htlsdemei i t s Mcutiri and globed over- Gentiewen 11MII ve iiirte iii onv one way to work out of oir acndsni aol81101 Ily organinnp total at stineno fmdetles among ttr student 1rof August llnrrl Although of nil nsMT the O man hat the greatest ci t l7 for r ture the general minire r the hlui MI lawea is underx rr thtful rtronrcfxUin because of I h her cun minnitlm the stud ut y h u tfu Injr ticiihfi time tnr fii v for wit Is il nuiuiiid by tilt HIII d reiintnis to Itt fur pt riDDalllrl Prof Von Hun man The Sad Old Stale trill lid It Gull h roUt WT the wordy whlrh n l1 kljn ni tt- H rawlri n an rnI1I n Cecily I for In fiid the pit oi i SBdrcl h life lie man hal a IHOP ova bu pea ant a large Uiniiv i whom h Wai rtfMnri in his eular rr aenti h IIP tRmr enslavrd l y i tnk halm end saw ro way to Id ae rho- that Ixiiiinl him lint 1 inirig bill Drinkl i i uendslothrrtr l ownl And yet IhIII hoto i fiy iliK r have Ilic II rjg or romniuniiy at heart ould III ihi ilrin hopa turning i ii heir uri of hllrnl tad mlsiry nI Ily for iHvs of rvery work hilt in the yo ruth liv olioLerlu ittlily Workingmen and Strorig BrUik flu u cohollc Urinkbj I i nut bios- trength for work In irupartlou i their cost but on th1ne hand olua make people dull hrv rupld uni unfit for work Tli rnr severe an I continued work an h r med urra out them and they an ii a some lions of people iu mtry mJsever tsite them HBIW will he u day when they are not drank by any but particularly by the working nun who finite It dlfllrult to maintain hrfamily Then will there be loss lTlrrellng poverty and crime and m food lathing and education Amarl can Issue TJr A GOOD END POST Those of the Figure 4 Style Good When Constructed Properly A Practical Experience In a recent Ohio Farmer one of the reader advises others against the rig ure4 style of endpost braces for fence I have on my farm says Chancy Avery 14 and posts of this type all giving as good service as I think It possible to get from any wood post some of them havo bees get for six years and the truss rods Lave needed no tightening and I am con fident that with the right principle of construction carefully executed this style of bracing will be found the beat Thorough work is oaeenHal to success with any style of bracing Too short brace lift too much on the end post and 1S tim POST nnACU I think Ibis the malt source of failure In ereetlMg the Fig 4 type set ray poU as shown In the sketch The post A is 14 la 18 Inch In diameter and set Stt teal la tbe ground and teas two ptlee 2x15 three feet lang spiked to fa eon the post as shown at P P The large atone D Is flat and about twice as I large as a man can lift aid finely fettled In Itl bed with Its top about three or four e inches above ground On this stone rests a brace shoe of ix4 inches wagon tire Iron bent U shown with a hole In the straight end through which the rod C Is bent or booked u shown C U a three fourlbi Inch rod 12 feet lung and his flee incites of thread a nut and very lars three or fourInch washer OB the ether end which passes through a one nC hole in the poet about six Inches above the surface of the ground If the post over sags forward It can be righted by removing dirt from the back of post U Indicated by shaded nab Ound then tightening the nut on the rod It is a rood plan to flll the thread on the rod tbortmghly with axle grease to prevent rust before putting It IR If readers desire I will In future describe some other posts I save In use which evi delay will bo all right at the dawn of the next century PRESERVING FENCE POSTS they May He Made to Last Much Laager If They Are Dipped in Tar Before Being Set There are several methods whereby fence posts may be made to last much I anger than K set t nireatf4 An ap pUcaikwof eoaJ tar M mixed with 110011 of turpentine pad applied hot Is one of the best precerr alive To do this have an ordinary large Iron kettle In tffclch taheat and mix the tar and a deep vat which maybe IN oU wash tmilerot similar tin vs riVblch must be at tout three feet deep and lea Inches In diameter Have the tar quite hot when the posts aye dipped Allow them to remain a mo went then remove and pile with tile ends tree and allow to dry A nlXluro of three parts peal tar and one part clean unsalted greece to pro vent the tar from drying until it has lead Urn to flll the pens of the wood Is also a flrit taM preservative esys Ute Farm and Horn One barrel cool tar should cover MO posts This may be painted upon the posts but better be applied In a both U described above In either case the posts should not be set deeper than the tar has been applied An application to the top or exposed part of the pot need not bs so thorough Good paint Is more valuable for exposed portions Pouts Need In this way shc M be thoroughly dry and well seasoned before tlit tar is applied otherwise when Mt they will rot quite as rapidly as If untreated Heavy tar a1a such as ttrbollntun are better than pulpit or coal tars but are cxprnsfvo for fienaral uso Charring posts before setting Is not a good prac ti b cmnBe when cJiarrinJ large cracks Aipfar Ivfcleh Pare QP4tIllJIIGI for rot HITS fOR THINKING FARMERS Slop the leaks He a goal neighbor fold I fl good lurk Ilie uj and burn tbe nihMsh- Iiixs the bulese or barn n m palnt trs Am tbir buy funk or implement unoared lrU- unnlll dwn a farm dnnt run up a bank a count How almi the sitar It asses SOmeI DMoniluR iiie days Devote sour attention to that breed of stock you like boer The farmer who is smaller ban his lard phO ft losing game It Is junr too late to nsadatrghfcn liter dour or ltukyrootMedy land Farmer The Asparagus Did Now U the time to burn off the as parngui beds toil oJean the ground thoroughly apiUytag manure pleutU Jtily All brushes Ot weeds that have not been cleared from the ground wilt serve as harboring placet or mice and JcscvU Midland Farmer r t THE TIME TO FIGURE How the Farmer May Follow Clossly the Business End of the Farm Now that the work of fllllng tbe silo is again completed It is an excellent time to look over the method this sea son and compare It with former years and see If any new Idea has been brought Into use that has had a ten dency to reduce the expense and labor of accomplishing the work There a certain amount of work on the farm that might be termed seasonable that Is It Is done about the same time each season from year to year The farm or is hiuwn manager ho outlines and accomplishes to a large extent the work carried on upon the establish ment consequently he has unbound ed opportunity of studying his own conditions and discovering new and better methods Thorn are farmers who have at hand records of their operations and can roofer to and compare accurately by fig ures the cost of completing certain kinds of work and who have the advantage of knowing the variation of expense from year to year andCln aoeomplllhinglhe ourtarmhand flgures to compare and In this way accurately reckon up variation of anotherAs a detailed account of our silo filling op erations I will only here outline the preeedhlg st101Sevee uPerm7tBlnr1SOWIBOIMdayqs e 17S 7iAIulb IJeanhdmMIYear less WHivhtKMrnnIMUM at SI Nf Mr 7M- llodw Imcludhis tMfl I tirliaerdr II C Waoas we ewe three at Me p rtar 3 Total 1e 7i Comparing the two accounts for 194 and 19M we notice a dlBerenot In total cost of S06 In favor of this aoicomparing It with former years wt must take Into aensMeraUou the wart atloiis In prices of both labor and prices of materials purchased As will be observed there Is a slight difference in Under Including twine this is ao counted for In difference In price ot twIne and the amount used 8omy ars twine will be a little lower than other and the trop somewhat lieerUr but ai a rule It costs somewhara arottad 13 to wt Ute crop with the corn harveM er Taking Sato cocaJderaUofi the vnrnllon IH prices af Material and la bore the two years compare very fa vorably In respect to cot M our ears field this year was with in W soda of the silo we were aWe to pave tile work along vry rapidly with two teams and three wagons the ail u last year Shoe making the roll In this respect practically the same says Ohio Farmer We found by chang lag aronad In throwing the oorn on in the tired one maa could do the work shout u easily as two had done It tboia comparison of the two years ac count It will W nod that we have fg- tired In our own labor and touts at n fair pries not that we cars to add to the oat of tilling the silo but It given a leaner bias II to the exaet expense IIt lhe regular farm force Including In partlwlar oUr own labor and rental on tools were subtracted from the total expense It would be seen that tba- cost would IHI materially reduced GRAIN HAYFEED How te Arrange Box In Which They May Be Mixed Good for Milan Cows Tbo practice of cutting hay or straw and mixing It with Ute grain feed and wottiBg down with water is well un derstood Lv farm era and stock keepers In many parts of the country A box two feet deep 18 Inches wide and seven feet long will be large enough to mix the feed for Ave or six animals Have the box wider at the top than at the bottom says Farm and tome Wet the rut hay or straw with water sprinkle an Ute fd and shake thororghly A few roots In addition to this rayon for nillrh cows will bl a flue thing Cows Creatures of Habit Cow are eroatur of habit and this applies as much to their food as to anything else A change of feed frequently mesas a falling off In the amount of milk tb animate produce aad ihla oc curs too In relation to the most succulent of foods No food la considered better fur cows than June gross yet a prominent dairyman inform the writer that when his cow are changed from silage to pasture they Invariably fall off temporarily In their milk now He says that the same Is true It he changes from old to fresh Rage This should be borne In mJnd especially In changing from succulent to dry fds Formers Re view The Cement Floor rho cement Uoor in the dairy barn has comd to Tho 11coldbe USG and bedding very abundant oOfDoitfArms Extinct African Animate nnlmalahavedistrict of northeastern Africa It Is believed that the animals of the ele phant and mastodon class wero devel oped In Africa Itself but this does not appear to Invalidate the theory that most of the African fauna had a more northern origin in Europe or Asia MeaningMiss did say some thing about you but I dont know whether It was meant to bo complimentary or not Mr KallowOb I fancy I Impressed her Well she merely commented on your blooming cheek Phlladolphla Led sort Clear Sauce for Pudding Mix one tablespoonful of flour smooth with cold water add boning water to make a little thicker than oram and cook throb minute Take frojn fire add half a cupful of sugar one toaJpoonful of butter and nutmeg and brandy or wine to taste or lomon extract or Juice JloUlt Per Improved by Wear Furs are one item of dress that im prove with wearing said the head of a large wholesale establishment The more the warmth from the wearers body gets through the fur the better as this keeps the skin soft and pliable and adds to the luster of the nap PumpkinSusan with this season Hamlet FattA rural drama called The Pumpkin Susan Urott Hovvd you make OMIT Hamlet Fait Oh we got frosted of course nusburg Put EnglishThe recently tneHtlonod that when attending tho In ternational congress of women at Berlin eke was Improved by the fast that near ly ovary German woman or girt mot with understood Kngllsh Explained Tom Newrfch says his daughter la named aver a Greek goddew- Dtek Hmt Glad you told me I tboHght It was nflHr some kind af patent medicine or a parlor car Cleveland Leder- A Matter of Weight Would you marry a girl wbo was worth her weight In aeWr That would dopond upon tow much she wIhHKanllll City Star Our National Weather Strip A cable to Panama will soon con Diet the latent republic to lit home tate aid will make the magi strip a aort of weather strip oa the edge af the republic K Y Commercial To Clean Asbestos When the asbestos In stoves and flre plarcs becomes blackened It may be cleaaed by sprinkling It with suit and allowing the gas to burn for awhile Household Crime in Lapland la laltlaad the crime which JI pun lilted most severely text to murder ta the marrying of a girl against the ex prcM wish af her parents Depth of Dosext Sand It Is supposed that the average depth f the sand deserts of Africa Is from 90 to 10 feet Kitchen Item The dirtiest frying tan will become clean If ohed five minutes in ammonia and water =MARKET REPORT 4 Clndnnall Jan 14 CATTLBCommOn I M c I 76 IIeay at era 4 71 6 2- 1CoAINuaIbw T 60 II 7 T5 1IOOS Ch paaltaia 4 80 fl 4 85 4 66 e 4 T- itShIIif011atrn I 00 I 5 LAMIIS Kitra 7 OS 9 7 75 KLOUR Spring imt 0 JO 0 45 WHKAT No 1 red 11 W Z3 No 3 winter 16 117 411Ii No 2 white e 1zli- BYIONo y S S3 6- RiIAYCh timothy 4 13 on PORK Clear men 613 9 I llDSteHm 6 62i- BUTTBR Ch dairy 2Choice creamery If PIIGSCholce 2 10 3 00 1OTATOaS IVr bhl 1 K X13 TOlMCCONew 6 00 00 t Old 4 10 fl 14 75 Chlesa0 FLOUR Winter pat I 10 tI 5 20 WHBAT No 2 red 1 17Va C 19y- No 8 ml 1 02 e 1 16 COIIN No S mixed C 431 OATS No mixed 311 15INew York FLOUR Win atrt 6 SO If 6 45 WHHAT No 2 red ft 20 CORNNo 2 mixed b31- OATSNo I mixed Me 17 V- jRYB Weetern 9 76 PORK Family IS If 916 00 Oli 9 7 OS IIAltDStf1lUI Baltimore 3 76 tp 4 50 SHBBP No 1 fat 2 50 O 3 00 LAIOB6Choico 6 o 4p 60 CALVBS Choice 8 25 1 8 75 HOGS Dressed 86 0 6 78 Louisville WHBAT No 2 reel O 1 1- 8COnNNo2 mixed OJ nyOATS No 2 mixed 34 POUK Mesa tell 00 I ARD Puro steam Q 50 Indianapolis whhaATrp 2 red 1 2- 1com Jov mixed f Ii 44 1OATSNo 2 mixed 3 32 l Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATDER and fine FINE invite you to drivo profitlook as well as tko rest of your turnout or is it shabby nod thus detract from the appearanceIf easy way out of it Select a new eet of Buggy or Carriage liar ness from Our Largo Stock at astonishingly reasonable price However if you decide to make your old har ness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky DemandGreatly In Nothing IB more ill demand than a medicine which moet modern requirements for n blood anti system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At East End Drug Coa 2o guaranteed u TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Osving to poor halth ram forced to close out my entire Block to quit business I have 25 eats of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb atones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Here is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S McOUIUK Prop Berea Ky MONUMENTSUrns Granite and Marble Work ofan kijiiJH dono in a tvarknianlikn iimnncr at ron onable priccw Rndwitb dixpatuh AUwOlk guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cbrnftol Akin and Colllni HttMU No Moro Stomach Troubles Ail stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dynyepsia Cure It gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting what you eat without the stomachs aid TUB food builds up tho bodv the test restores the stomac- htobealth You dont have to diet yourself when taking Kodol Dyspup sia Cure J D Brskmo of Allen villa Mich says I suffered Heart burn and Stomach Trouble for some time My sisterinlaw has had tine same trouble and was not able to eat for six weeks She lived entirely on warm water After taking two bottles of Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure sho was en tirely now oats heartily and Is in good health I am glad to say Kodol gave me instant reliel nu To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity 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 Baron and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention Bud charges paid one way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Kf- Ri BENCie Bank fM tVernon Berea College Founclod 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years untrCertificateAcademy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and fcr life College Courses Literary SoJonUfic Classical leading to Baccaluuro degreesMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small Incident al fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board iu advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within S20DQ Winter torm of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall turui opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregationalists Methodists Presbyterians aud good people of all denominations ron INFORMATION AND FH1ENDLT ADVICE ADDRESS TOE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills rIIoIoiIIItl Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour IIltlI M F Potts Duerson Whites Station Ky I DYSPEPSJA CDFE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Thl SI 00 tctitoconuini 2H Umetlh trial tttt which itlli for 50 tests rtlfAlID THE O- rE C DoWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1904 Going Xorfli Train to Unity LPHVO B ren 11 48 a tn Arrive Richmond412a m Atrive 1arin 5 28 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 60 a m Clulu Nnrtli = S Truln n llnllr- Ln v Uoiea 12 B5 p m Arrive Itlchmond 125 p m Arrive Pari 815 p wi Arrive Cincinnati 600 p ui- OiiliiB RoltlJ Train IillrL- OBVI tllwroal U p m- ArrivH Livingston 205 pm tilling South Train 3 Rally Leave Ilerea11 21 p m Arrive Livingston12 SO a in Trains No I and No 5 nnke con ndjtion at Livinat m for jHllico and the South with N 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON Dentist t Iy1toCoughs and Colds All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quick- cured by One Milluto Pnil ll Plirn Cloars tho phlegm draws out in llnmnmtton and heals stud soothes the affected parts strengtheiis tlio lungs sounds olf pnetimonip harmless and pleasant to tube Sold by East Eud Drug Co Tonic to tho System For liver tmubli nailtonstipratiou thoro is nothing hitter that DcWitls Little Early Uisors the ftinutis little Pills They du not wialu n till Hlonmcli Tlmir uction njxiti the systelll is milil p1laSlllt anal ha tnlhws Hob Moore of liiiiyfllo Indsays No use IkinjlVVitfs litlli IJItimtrs do tiioir work All other silly 1m VII Krill and iiiulo nif sick in tho sloniiifli mid never 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Aveae NSw Hew ee z Spoody Rollof A salve that henlx without imar is DoWilts Witch Hael Salve No remedy effects such siwtly nlirf It draws out Inflammation soothes cools Dud bents all cuts hums and brutsas A sure euro fur Piles and skin diseases Do Witts is the only genuine Witch H tel Salve Bewaro of cumterfoits they nrd dangerous Sold by Etist End Drug Co THE CITIZEN I THE STATEHOOD PROBLEM Uncle Swn What Am I to Do with These Xldif They Wont Ride Togeth tr and I Dont See My Way Clear to Get Another Carriage AN UNUSUAL SCENE SenatorExplaining on the Senate Floor Charges Made Against Him in a Cbiirt of Law MITCHELL WAS MUCH AFFECTED The Senate Passed a BUI Transfer ring Control of Forest Reserves Front Interior Department Also One Abolishing the Office of As sistant Attorney General For the Post Office Department Doings In the House Washington Jan ISSenatoTbc unusual spectacle of a United States senator explaining on the floor of the senate charges made against himself In a court of law in his own state was witnteed In tho senate when Mr Mitchell Ore spoke of the Indictment recently returned against him by an Oregon grand jury The senator had not previously appeared In tho senate since the indictment was returned and he was received by his follow senators with many evidences of good will lie was much affected his emotion at times being such that ho read his statement with groat difficulty Mr Hepburn concluded his speech on tho statehood bill and Mr Stone gavo noUco of a speech on his resolution for an investlgaUon of the charges of corrupUon in tho cam paigns of 1896 and 1904 Tho follow ing bills wero passed Transferring tho control of forest reserves from the interior department to the agricultu ral department ubollahlng the office of assistant attorney general for the post office department and providing a solicitor for that department House With an agreement reach od to vote on the Swayne Impeach ment articles the debate was carried on at high pressure for more than five hours Mr Grosvonor furnished the text for a very vigorous speech by Bourke Cockran by the reading of a letter from Judge Pardee of New Or leans declaring that politics was at tho bottom of the Impeachment pro ceedings The fact of a judge trans mitting such a letter Mr Cockran de Glared dramatically was A montsrous spectacle Mr Grosvenor asserted that there was no ground presented for Impeachment in the report of the committee The other defenders of the Florida judge during the day were Messrs Lacey Ia Nevin 0 Moon Pa and Crumpacker Ind Mr La mar Fla closed the debate for the day reviewing the sentiment of hid state and the record of Judge Swyano He declared there was ample ground for Impeachment French Cabinet Resigns Paris Jan ISTho ministry of Premier Combes at a cabinet council signed a composite letter of reslgna tion The chamber of deputies hear ing of this act of tho cabinet raised their sitting until tho ministerial crisis Is over Later M Combes sent the res ignation of the cabinet to President Loubot Mrs Roosevelts Specimen Cabinet Washington Jan ISMrs Roose velts cabinet for specimens of china and table ware used by presidents of the United States which has been placed in tho east corridor of the white house received a valuable addition including eight pieces of Wash ington and Madison ware Balloted For United States Senator Albany N Y Jan ISThe general assembly balloted separately for Unit ed States senator In the senate Sen ator Chauncey M Depew received 36 votes Smith W Weed dem 13 In the assembly the vote stood Depew 100 Weed 44 I Senator Aldrichs Fifth Term Providence R I Jan 18 Senator Nelson V Aldrich was nominated by both houses of tho general assembly for a fifth term by the republicans and National Committeeman George W Greene of Woonsocket was named by tho democrats JWJoI BIG GORGE BROKE Coal Barge Sunk and Slight Damage To Steamers Louisville Ky Jun ISThe break Ing of an immense gorge which had formed four miles above the olty threatened for a time to destroy a number of steamboats coal barges and wharfboats In the Louisville harbor Fortunately the river was at a stage which allowed the government dams at the head of tho falls to check the gorge and the only actual loss consist ed of the sinking of one cool barge owned by the Atlas Coal Co and con tamping 20000 bushels of coal and some slight damage to the steamer Morning Star the wharfboot of the Louisville and Evansvllle mall line and other wharfboats and smaller craft swept from their moorings but still afloatThe gorge had formed at Pumpkin Patch Louisvilles chief coal harbor containing at the Ume about bushels of coal No barges 000000I at the Pumpkin Patch when went out The gorge followed the cur rent and jammed in the Louisville har bor filling It and the mouth of the ca pal the ice In some places piling up 12 feet high The gorge still fills the harbor being held by the dams at the head of the falls Three steamboats four wharfboats a number of coal fleets and about 15 barges of coal are caught In the pack The chief danger lies In the possibility of a rise sum dent to lift the gorge clear of the dams In which case all the property mention will be lost The present weather conditions Indicate that the harbor may stay jammed for several days A gradual thawing and sinking of tho ice is the chief hope of the riv er men for the salvation of much valuable property ALICE WEBBDUKE Application Made To Secure Requlsl tion Papers For Her Nacogdoches Tex Jan IS District reqUlslllionon the Indictment charging her with swindling E A Blount by securing from him a loan of 3000 based upon false allegations that she and C F Taylor had purchased the Redfield tobacco farm from S F B Morse when In fact both she and Taylor had been legally warned not to sot foot at the place Mr Laboden also states that Mr Hobb who built the houses on Redfleld farm has 1500 due him D J BOUGHMAN DEAD He Made a Thrilling Rescue of a Flag on the Battlefield Kansas City Jan ISDa1d J Boughman a civil war veteran who was one of the first men to enter At lanta under Gen Slurman and who made a thrilling rescuo of a federal flag on tho battlefield of Shiloh under the eyes of Gen Grant died here aged 59 years Boughman served with dis tinction through the civil war in tho 34th Illinois and he is mentioned by both Grant and Sherman in their me moire for distinguished services dur ing their campaigns Elected To the Senate Salt Lake City Jan 18 Former Congressman George Sutherland was elected United States senator to sue ceed Thomas K earns receiving full republican vote in both houses thoI the legislature voting separately On His Return To His Post New York Jan ISJohn O A Lolshman American minister to Tur koy who has been on a brief vUlt to his home in the United Stales sailed on the steamer Kronprlnz Wilhelm on his return to his post of duty Senators Lodge and Crane Elected Boston Jan 18 United States Senator Henry Cabot Lodge was reelected for a full term by the Massachusetts legislature and W Murray Crane was chosen to complete tho remainder of Senator Hoars term Knox Elected Senator Harrisburg Pa Jan 18 Philander C Knox was elected United States senator for the short and long terms to succeed the late Senator Quay T finwwwwwwwwwwIlllllllllllllllnlHlllI +H Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCBSI + IIIHIHH I I I I I I I I I I I I I r Robert Howard and sister Lizzi have outorelschool Misses Nettie and Burt Kinnoy of Corbin are guests of Mr L Lester Dr Cowley delivered tho Monday lecture boforo the Upper Chapel on Infection Hov Mr Willott of Brandenburg preached at tho Baptist Church on Sunday lost Mrniul Mrs C 1 Ogg visited C M Knwlings at Pnnoln Thursday and Friday of last week leer and Mm Sliouso hadmuch cause for rejoicing Friday night over thearrh1I1of a baby boy Mrs S G Hanson loft Saturday for Cincinnuti to spend several weeks with her daughter Mamie Chester Erwin who has been in Washington during the fall will work again in tho printing office Mr Wilson passed through Berea on Tuesday en route to Knoxville whore ho will attend school Misses Curric Laino and Blanche Hopper and Mr Drake are attending the State Normal at Frankfort Ky Miss Nora Burdotto will bo em- played in Louisville this winter as stenographer She left Wednesday Brushjdoing light work on account of his health The thermometer hovered about zero for several days of the past week giving us a tasto of steady cold weatherIn ubsejtco of Pastor Thomson Professor Dodge occupied tho pulpit at time Parish House last Sunday morningWill Duncan returned from Van Alstyno Texas last Thursday whore ho lane been employed for the last live mouths Sec Gamble and Prof Dlnsmon will conduct the Mans Meetings for the Cincinnati Y M C A noxt Sunday lothafternoon and evening Mr and Mrs B Pitts who have boon spending tho holidays with the latters parents Mr and Mrs C C Blanton loft for their homo in Villa Grove Ill Friday FrostIspokeuncle He loft Boron on Monday to spend some weeks abroad in the interest of tho College Mr and Mrs Boggs and son are trying the delights of a cave trip to day They will explore Brush Creek Mr C I Ogg its ono of tho party will insure success to thorn The College Sunday school Prof Mason in charge is bettor than ever this winter term There are but few vacant seats whoa all are gathered for the general exorcises A S Wot then and wife nee Miss Bryant arrived lust Friday from their honeymoon They will con tinue to enjoy marital bliss in the apartments on second floor of time Horton house Mr Howard Hudson and wife qf Mauldou Mass are recent additions to tho faculty They will occupy rooms at the Gorman house Mr Hudson will have charge of all repair work of tho College Hero is an extra good showing by one of our neighbors Who ols has done as well Mrs James A Ander son sold in the last year 80 IJ pounds of button 430 gallons of milk and 42li dozen of eggs Tho whole amounted to 10230 The first term of the Womans Industrial will close next Friday Jan 20th All women not now memlxirs and wishing to join next term are to hand their names either to Mrs Osbornn Mrs Hayes or Mrs Gamble before Tuesday Jan 24th Last Sunday at 430 pm a quiet wedding took place at tho homo of W F Kidd on Center Street The parties were Win L Flanery Hor ticultural Foreman of tho College mad Miss Eva Click a fowler student hORt10fLou Hansons this week The Intention when he came was that his mother should return with him A rather serious accident occured to Mrs Markley last Monday two bones in time foot being broken by a full Tho doctor thinks four weeks at the least will necessary to heal the breaks The next number of our fine Lyceum Course will Iw given on Monday next tho 23rd lust Miss Nellie Amber Crossen of tho Colum bus 0 School of Expression will give her charming reading Tho Story of Patsy with miscellaneous readings of different kinds A grand entertainment is expected Single 1 Il I I IIHIIlHIlI Admission 25 cents children undo fourteen 15cents Season tickets good for four exceptionally fine entertainments will bo sold nt 71 vomits those for children 45cents This is a chance to save tho price of ono entertainment Soettty Officers for the Winter Term BBTA KAPPA Pres Howard Clark Vice Ires D C Ponder Rec Sec William Hopkins CorSec Andrew Ross Treas S W Boggs SergcantAt Arms Arch Brandenburg Chorister V D Wheeldon ALPHA ZETA Pros Geo Pow VicePros Amon Brock Cor Sec Holla Hoffman Bee Sec Taylor Gabbard Trans Hoary 11healChoristerArms Frank M Chamberlain Pin DELTA Pres Harold Clark VicePres Orman Simpson Corresponding Secy Kenneth Caldwell Recording Sect Blevins Allen Treas John Welch S at Arms Chas Bender The Jubilee Singers Although tt very cold night thor WitS a XUnUlnoor to sxtid the evening last Friday with tho Non pareil Jubilee Singers of Cincinnati Ohio With tho exception of two numbers tho Negro melodies wore all new As to the general excellence of tho program all attest who hoard it The male voices wore exceptional in power and excellence Tho second bass Mr Jackson carrying off time honors of the evening in solo work Ills voice was exceptional in tho lowor register with n volume whoa touching low C never before heart in Boron A most enjoyable chorus with its dash and wintry suggestive ness was the sleighing song Pro queut encores showed tho appreotn tion of the audience MusIcale at Mr Gambles Mr and Mrs Gamble opened their home Saturday night to guests to tho number of sixty A fine program had been prepared for thco thus brtunate and two hours woro pleas antI spent in listening to the follow jug selections teHOretoMlM CtMftblMbtVelaThe IMrtr I4r-Mr Klwg 1 4Tto 1MywINPte14Mr VekoA Summic maW TlMHMi usi 1alD ItaM IHMtOret Iwt fcra MMMMmt e Drrim iir6tsWIIMtM laer ami VekeTbe Twe aroett tlefl rNgataenn 1reI waver yIo11umrelelrref te yen1- 1V0eawere Mr song with eye IwrWwl licks Ihs Heilhter The evening was a demonstration of tho fact that Berea has plenty of amateur and professional talent to furnish a varied and highgrade ov cuing of music such as was enjoyed Saturday nighl thanks to tho kind toss of Mr and Mrs Gamble Daring Attempt at Robbery Chicago Jan 18A daring attempt to rob a mall wagon was made in front ot the Masonic temple which IB situated on State street In the heart of the business section of the city Tho robber failed In his effort and made his escape FOR RENT A GOOD HOUSE and 21 acres of L and on Big Hill Pike now occupied by C M Mullius Call on or address C C Rhodus Boroa tf MEN OF BEREA AND VICINITY Lot us fix you up to day at tho BEREA BARBER SHOP with a Hair cut Shave Shampoo or Face Massage Wo will make you look flee and feel fine Come on Just a little north of Post Office corner of Main and Center across from In dustrial Building No waiting Open front 7 A M to 7 P M Old razors sharpened New Razors for sale Dally Papers Look for Sign BEREA BARBER SHOP H M RACER Proprietor f Broke Into- Welchs Store and at ono stroke cut the prices beyond alit reason We have our now atoneTHE STAG anti While moving and going through the stock we find about ONE HUNDRED SUITS ODDS AND ENDS NO TWO ALIKE WORTH FROM J s 500 to J200 And we need tho room thev Dimes can own ono occupy and any one who has Twenty Now dont wait for they are going fast You will admit that this is tho nerviest sale ever opened in this county We can convince you that wo can furnish you with all your wants as cheap u nap other dealer in Bores owns the goods himself in say line S E Welchi For Sale About ten or twelve build hug lots on tho Louisville and Nashville railroad ono nearBereatory in a flue locality and good neighborhood Can be bought right For further particulars call on L B MOORE Berea Ky Till OLD RELIABLE R B DOES BARBER SHOP Is now located In newly furnished rooms over Qabbard k Hills Store New Furniture outfit and every convenience for lint elaaa Hair cutting Shampoo or Shave nO 1JVED PIT LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist saidof Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As n rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public hut the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in lon nee tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop men t restoring lost flesh and itnlilyntHt repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish mentthe kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tamed in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will und you a simple ItttI- 5 tore thai that pUluM In the form of 11100 the wrtppl al even UIIU of HniuUlaoyo brSCOTT tic BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 60c aai SI aU drur- yhtsrr where HENS wo have everything InI S McGuire preparedtoexamined by time very best and latest optical inntmmontN Hit work gives Butiftfactiou for price on all hk work aro right LOIISCH refitted within u few days after taking tho order If you have any defect of viMon it will pay you to look over his stock and receive correct treatment OPTICIAN Berea K- yCoal At bin near depot 12Hc to 13c Delivered for 13c to 14c Phone 8- 5Chase Le Hanson If you wHat A good second hand square Piano ORAN Organ You can get a bargain in them at the furninuro store in Uerea Ky R H Chrisman Opposite Welch Phone 20 Ca F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson 11 All calls promptly attended to night and day Telephone No 4 Berea Ky S 1 SUMMADVDFTHENEWS1hat Past Seven Days THE DOINGS IN THE CONGRESS Interesting Happenings Throughout the Globe Given In a Condensed Form The Russlan Japanese War In the Far East- CONGflES810NAL The bill reported by the committee on banking and currency to Improve currency conditions was under con sideration In tho house In the senate all amendments to tlio atoheed bill except that relating to tuor Ironic In Indian Territory were uHod to PIIP appointment ot Lieut Gen Neb on A MRsaas Inspector general of tip rate of MasnchuMtta overahnd owed all other questions In tho disciuv on or the army appropriation bill In IlousP- 1ri senate rmnnittco on mlltfari af- r T r i jiiiuirnrtr l the sale of nil oh fi rifles lulls and bayonet tll I is of the lirand Army orKinia of Sons IIr Veteran sad Initetl ih War rel rans- L renal 1iiiniulitee ordrrd a r iiliU report m Senator PinrMrK MitliorUIn ln proaldont in ro- officers tf iMiiixuiBbed andrs iiiy tnernriimii ttrviOB in nlll Iv oresne fur them gftnl s m- iniif Ifsr c which they niiiv Miiiuil krern us the IHvtin it srrvl liar Hr hvntaiti K lo Ohio In a bill tniturrtl iiiilori ami emiciwiTis in liltBt in Ai Htlnt to On 1Iali Amr i ho iiuif mliUhliHDi who WE iismlss from she naval ariiio ta NM uiiwi JI r J3 ss a result nt r nit IIIad RtJ8SIANJAPANESE on WAR NEWS vithinR ha hn otn or hnrd of ItI lila ItulMr fiWt It II t iii he IbIIllnK olther In IIlImiL nr off MiiuluKuicar or off Ih a hlandlIAdm IHilHXfcoCf ike Itnsstan r niwr jf Ifcc Non h Sa OOnJn ii lnn 11 to ftmiMTor Nicholas a pro rn bur a1 uilzaiton of the navy ale int ly Indlspensiiiilc fop in tlar against Japan viv month will Oo necessary for niton 1nnrh tr taiv attach riiiinnj f u fr iiti rxpredsod the flrni t hue tIl iliipiic the riXJT ffU liy ft its slana on land unit Ihy 1y0 J ini cule the war 1n a 1rishd rrl IaIMII wir ofllc hiv jiiti r Vir rlra Miinlir tlrlsCm 1liit- ii It u1i tu piTtult 01 liar 1ul RBI Ihrml to ar puy the mi of Japan in Man lupin iriiisH rt Kaulll urn 1nrt U iii v II itli ion Siuiwsii Tors frii bcud arrived Nu l IlnmliT uvalry wan 1Ir1t-o neigh iiiKMiii uf Yloki w nnil r In oriirr ii North Tahuo J 0 iving tiiiiij and six wniimliil it 31aHs it nilnniM their inns oiitroiM nih in their flight icss Kosinnff and Trlotgkl with ieks lrnr Ihr JIIINlUHI out or tile Milages nf Mul and TKImnKay aad ceptnrd a IUIKO amount at f u age Rt both place 1iIwlome of th Sr Petersburg nowsna Ifift are claim PK that the Japanese Sjf Hsltig tho rtiitiih Island of Lnbuan wear Uornoo nil a base and that the llrtttih are concealing the fact MISCELLANEOUSI rjiv lat lag l1n eadtAvni to end the textile itttte In Fall Riter Mesa Link containing the text of Shake TIMIH TUtt Andronius printed In 1 Btou in lf94 war dlNcorrred ni Ijhl Hwoden The oldest edition 1rtinio known Is tho ICOfl quarto Mvrney Q Ural Moody before th1- ipicme court presented his urge ftntj in the titfc against the beef tiif HIt rolorao ornate by n party ii stated J rocs II hick In place of tOiinr Rib M Horn Dick wan t111 by fhi democratic majority n4 the ent over 11Ie ion of TMiil Stntei senntor two years ago IJov Fredert k L CJiitlirlo a mow fiiuary in Hmju China Is dead HP was tbe founder and prlncli al ot ti toys Brhoui tn IIinghue Ill rco men were killed and a woman wa limned to death In a wreck on the cjnoa licit railroad at Plggot Ark t t jcal freight was standing at Pig r x station when a locomotive crashed into tho caboose reducing tho oar to Jiindllng ivood- Praeldent Patina haa f0 Warded to President Roosevelt an elegantly bound copy of the documents In fac BlmUa recording the establishment and recognition ot tho Cuban republic IonlBOMlchol prominent no a com munlst and revolutionary agitator for the last 36 years died In Marsollloi manes aged 75 years Jqhn Matthews an actor who for a o was hold as a auspoct In coo lotion with tho nsftnsslnatlon 6t Lincoln died at HRLbardlng house In Now York The last odlclnl act of retiring Gov of Ind laua wns tho unconditional parole of llov Wm H Hlnshnw convicted of tho murder of his wife Tliurza lilnshnw whoso death occurred at UcUvlHo Just ton years aeo Gen Matthew C Duller formerly United Slates senator from South Carolina nnd Mrs Walter Whitman ot New York wore married In Grace Chantry Now York Dr noose medical director of tho navy In Panama In an Interview stat ed that tho only way to prevent huavy mortality on the Isthmus Is tp oxtor minate the mosquito Through contributions of persons connected with tho Now York Red Cross that society Is to have n now hospital William T Wnrdwoll for merly treasurer of the Standard 011 Co president of the New York Rod Cross has given 100000 for a site A lot 20 feet 4 Inches at tho corner Of Fourth and Vine stroots Cincinnati was sold for 10300 a front tooL Five perouns wore suffocated in fire In the basement of No 133 West 130th street New York While attempting to erase the Yaioo diversion canal at Vloksburg Mss tour Negroes wero drowned The Ne glees undertook to cross the canal In a skiff nnd In midstream the craft was swamped William Shoo an Industrious farmer who lived eight miles west of Sterling mweat on his first drunk and was burned slime In thn city JAil at ProplT mown It miles west of Sterling Alexander Von PleHts of nerlln whose compositions are known In the United States and who lately was di rector of the Wrest lind orchestra has been BJKd by the Chicago Musical ollege Prof Alc Fortler of Tutane uni versity liar derlinod the InvlUtlon of ihP tajiiiiiy of ctnclnnati to brrom iho head of the French d jmrtm iit of that Inlll u Ion KrugtriKl In an attempt to break Into the IIHIIII of Miss Elsie Ik vault an artn In the American hotel Chi cago Williiim MrManus turned upon Thomas Haiv who d fended the young VOIHHII and shot him dead More iiiieri sting litall the dcvel opm nth thai have so far conic to light the result of recentlnvratlgation Is the fact that Alice Webb who claims to be the bride of troths L Duke the wealthy tobacco manufucturor notions ago rlyd ss a lub1 for a Chi ago chairtoyant- William J Quintal owner of the AI harry boMball tram of the New York Hiale LeHRiie died at hits residence In Albany N Y Ho had hen III for some nuiiiihd He was a writer on porting inpiiH before his advent as a baseball iniinuger President Koowvelt tam the earli est postilili itrtUm looking u IrtiniUB by cofifn s of the tariff He so In formed In mi tors sad repres4 nta live who were In confen nrr with him at the luic bouse and ho halt made plain blv position to otbtiu since that conference A prcninent member of the wny and p tiis eommittre of the huuso says tbil die jHill whirl the radar of the ion had rondurieil of tho re publican nienibers on the qnisUnn of tariff rexiion nhowed thai ti IHT rent of the numbers who lunl been ap- prnarbei ire against revision tarllImountloiFrank Martin and F II Holhclmer prominent Idaho deraociatx Icstlflod that a majority or the demoxrats of the ItOIIpnd an wnnocrnfmry at tack on the Mormon church len hLl Imo Games of Cubs has published a letter declining to allow hlnmelf to IM mentioned a canal date for the presidency of Yuba Can Gomez has frequently been mentioned as a pcwlble candidate- At the republican caucus of the West Virginia legislature Senator Na than nay Scott yrtW unanimously choesn as tho candidate of the caucus for United States senator to succeed himself Leii P Morton former vice preai dentof tbe United Stnteennd governo of New York Is the giver of the GOO 000 oontribiitlon to the tund for the completion of tho calhbOral of St John Ute Divine New Orleans Hy enter of Judge Smith In the did trict court at Helena Mont five agents residing at Utittc who were arrenlexl In the famous beef trust cases were discharge from custody and their bondsmen exonerated According to the report ot the bureau of animal Industry hero was nn Increase of 437 per cent in the number of American cattle exported and an Increase of 1105 per cent In sheep exported In 1904 as compared with 1803- IJr F R Carson of South Demi Ind was elected president of the COn tral Baseball League at the meeting hold In Dayton O He succeeds Goo W Hement who declined renotnldn lionMrs Roosevelt wife of the proti lent was appointed guardian ot her children Kermit nnd lithel C In con nection with tho legacy of DQOO loft to each In tho will of James King Oracle of Oyster Day- Time ninth legislature of Washington convened Tim house organized with thn election of Joseph Moglor of Wah Jdnluim county as speaker With a pistol and razor Johq Miller pf Chicago killed his wife and two lit shootinghhnsoitthroat Mrs Cornelia Baxter Tevls formerly of Denver Cal and daughter of former Goy nnd Mrs George W Baxter of Tennessee was married to Andrgw- Iiartuppo McKooof Tl o cAtllo section of TtkcasNew- Mexico arid ArliOna have been visited by Ibo heaviest and most general snowfall known In many year8vA good range Is assured for tho year Rebellion against Jot n Alexander Dowlo hns broken out among his fol lowers In SCIon City Six members of the Zion City colony whom Dowlu or dered ejected have refused to leave William T Mason a lawyer and his family consisting of wife and two children Ellen 4 years old and Marl on months with a servant Annie Weils lost their lives In a tire In Now York city At tho Nicholas station Moscow while Gen Tropoff was bidding fare well to Grand Duke Sorglus a young man wearing a students cap fired throe shots from a rovalveT at the general All the shots missed William Williams commissioner of Immigration at Now York has tendon ed and tho president has accepted his resignationFire one of tho main business blocks of I1oop town III caused n toes of about 100000 George H Harris aged 45 yours of Veverly Mass for several years a spa cialist in the bureau of entomology of the agricultural department was fount dead In his room In n hotel In Wash ingtonFrank Johnson was hilled nnd night persons worn Injured by tho explosion of gas used for heeling purposes in the basement of J W Fashlngu baker at Qaraett Kan While cleaning a revolver which he WIWelchney was accidentally shot and instantly killed Mrs Ida McKinley Morse favorite niece of William McKinley and nAmei sake and companion of the the late president wedded Harry Powell Conner of San Francisco Word retched Manila of an engage Theft on January 8 on the Island of Jolo In which Lieut James J Jewell and a private of tbe HUt United States cavalry was Wiled 8+coftd Ueut Ash brook of the 17th infantry Copt liar stead Dorey of the Fourth United States infantry Lieut Richardson ofI the 4th cavalry and several privates were among the wounded John Carver a member of tho poitss of revenue officers in charge of Capt KIt Spears of tbe raiding force at Knoxviiie Tenn was shot and Instant ly klled in Cocker county while on aI ruid Four men were Inantly killed and two others Injured at abaft which Is being sunk at Rocklanl Me b by the Vlrtorn Mining Co li a bldragile power plant by tlii tiuKiug of a cab1 111110Ia an Adm I owey Inspen a uril ro1I-h lUtlloKhlp COivi and Cal rlbtan squadron at fniiiinn Road It was Ike most tafu Mar aver gathered then niir the An lean flag fov Jefferson Dlu a itimvni ed with simple cno s fi third term as guveui if ArUini A dial for the siJ rl rontroliin iBteretit In the Chltu City riuiluiv Co to a new syiidejte hi jli tw I Plerpont Morgan ilinlv uta will rm tail tho Chicago Union Tiaemn C was closed A charity ball giin I oeii ly i a ers In Chicago reswii a m a rut profl of between 20006 and nnu fur ib charities to be behiint Inlted States Senator Henry rylmr Lodge and W Muiriy Cranf vir HRanlmoiiMly nomln ti d to rpriMiit Massachusetts again at a raururhni by the republican ntiniberb of ue IsIslature Secretary Shaw with the approval of the president has named a com mittee to tent and examine the wright and fineness of the coins reserved at lie several mints during the calendar year 1901- ChnrgOfl of ballot box stuffing sub stitution of prepared ballots for those cut by voters flint miscounting by electron judges are Included In the neclflcatlons of fraud matlo by ox Gov Peabody In his contest against the state election Eh ira and Itexsra Hnniwrm sisters aged 55 and respectively were buried to death at UOI4n It is announced that Die king and queen of Hngland ire to tour their Canadian dominions same time this yearFrightened by the activity of District Attorney Jerome who has an flounced that he Intends If possible to suppress gambling In Now York hun dreds of card sharps are iiroimring to leavo the city Chief Kdwnrd F Crokor of tho New York fire department has recommended to Fire Commissioner N J Hayes that stops be taken at once to pros hlbit time use of all fire works except firecrackers on July 4 Joseph L Urlstow who has resign ed as fourth assistant postmaster gen oral has been appointed a special com missioner to make an Investigation Into tho present trade conditions and freight ratos- Frederick S Plnkus of the firm of Jaffo Pinkus linen Importers of New York was arrested charged with smuggling and attempted bribery Tho offlclnl records at Ellis Island show that for tho first month ot tho now your immigration to this country Is likely to exceed nil records From tho let to tho 10th of January the arrivals number over 14000 K B Glenn ot Winston was Inau gurated as governor of North Carolina Tho other stato Officers also took tho oath of office Coy Glenn declared for tho dlstrnclltlling sue rage amendments oven at thq loss ot congressmen Thomas W Hynes of NewYork has been appointed auditor of the IslamOf Porto 11150 SMUGGLED JEWELS Investigation Shows Mrs Chad wick Dealt Largely in Them Over 250000 Worth of Diamonds and Other Gems Have Been Traced and LocatedShe Gave Most of Them To Friends j Cleveland 0 Jan 1C Investigation Into the charge that Mrs Casslo L Chadwick smuggled large quantities of diamonds gems and other precious stones into this country has developed the fact that the woman dealt In pro cious stones to an almost fabulous ex tent In order to make a case on tho charge of smuggling It was found necessary for the government authorities to trace all tho deals for diamonds and Jewelry made by Mrs Chadwlck both In thin country and Europq The state moat tetra been made by Collector of Customs Leach that considerably moro nntIIwick has been traced and positively located It Is added that thin great amount of jewelry has been uncovered with the Investigation still Incomplete Of this amount the government Is dl rectly Interested In about onethird It Is simply the truth to say that biro Chadwlck handled pearls rubies sapphires emeralds and garnets al mot literally by the peck said a gov expertsIbow entire lot that has been traced According to government officials joW1elrSons scattered all over the country The work of Informing these people that their claim on the Jewelry is to be protested lit going on FANATIC PATRIOTISM Rosteau Confessed That He Attempted to Destroy the Frederick Statue Philadelphia Jan 16 Oessler Road seas who was arrested in this city with an Infernal machine in his pos session admitted to the police that ho Is the man who attempted to destroy the statue of Frederick the Great In Washington last Tuesday and also that was ho who sent the trunk contain lit an infernal machine to the British tip i mbria in New York In Sly i HHe prisoner whose right nan own made thetie arlmia rion lice of iapt Donnshy of Hi ipia detective bureau fti r Le lit a Identified by persons irinli from New York and vih that purpose He gives ti ii ti the attempted outrages 11 there are too ninny fur M titii thin country Mi Tu Ilossesu under fire nil t police classed hlt1 as an v IKIN 1rloUe fanatic Tho no Information volun di i iiicc be ailnilu ing only iti n v Lich time police hail tart mi I- Mtiin Jrn 16Oc88ler Ron hV arrested in Phlladel II t1Iown to the Chicago po HIIIllmdertbenameornus ti1 Washington boulevard vli ft h lil him workshop As far KiiRsell came under tho- m police In November t in under surveillance he- if tr parent activity In man ui luiin llp seemed well supplied ivt ne aid Mid liberally for ev IHi IC ti hught- A DOUBLE TRAGEDY Charles EcKburg Killed John Brant and Then Shot Himself V dlr burg 11d Jan GJobn BrantII the Veederaburg News anti harps Kcltbtirg a harbor were founts dlll 4i harbor shop whorl they had gone to balance Uio books of the Odd Fellows lodge In which both held nffl cial iiosilene At n Into hour they had not appeared and dtisens began- an Investigation which resulted In their finding liant In a barbers chair shot through the head and Rckburg ly Ing on another chair ahot through the temple A revolver was found In n cuspidor near EC k burgs body The shots were heard by several cltlsens On Kckburgs body was found three letters One was addressed to the public and was dated January 1st In ft Eckburg declared hs Intention of killing hitnttelf iKcuuoe of his finan rial troubles He admitted that he was short In his accounts anti that he could not adjust the shortage The second letter was written to Harry Werlt the dead mans best friend In It ho said that he had determined to take his life and that he would tako tyrant with him Ida McKinley Morse Weds New York Jan 1Glrl Ida McKIn ley Morse fnvorlto nleco of Win Me Klnlcy and namesake and companion of the widow of tho late president slipped away to the Little Church Around tho Corner to become the bride of harry Powell Cooper ot San Francisco Filipino Students Arrive San Fmnclsco Jan 10A party of Filipino ctmlentR numbering 31 sent here hy tho Insular government ar rivud on the Shormnn Three are girls They will bo distributed among several high schools and colleges In various parts of the country President Loubets Mother Dead Paris Jan I6Mmo Loubet moth or of tho president died at Mnrsnnno from congestion of tho lungs aged 92 years Tho presidents son Paul ami other members of tho family wore at her bedside when she expired IT STATE IEWS PICKtdPS J THE MARCUM CASE The Plaintiff Is Awarded 8000 Dam ages By the Jury Winchester Ky Jan 10The big MnrcumHargls damage suit against James Hargis Alex Hargis Ed Calla han and B F French In which Mrs Abrella Marcum and children ask for 100000 damages alleging that de fendants conspired with Curtis Jett and Thomas White to murder James D Marcum was finished when the Jury returned a vordlct giving plain tiffs Judgment for 8000 against Ed Callahan and James Hargls Jointly and exonerating Alex Hargls and D F French The plaintiffs will appeal especially tram that portion of the verdict exonerating Senator Hargls and B F French and defendants will also probably appeal from that portion of the vordlct giving damages against James HargIs and Callahan This Is the biggest damage suit over brought In the state and the Interest has been Intense Winchester Ky Jan lDoUIplaintiffs and defendants have filed motions and grounds for new trials It the HarglBMarcum damage suit De fondants IM Callahan and James 11aI gls are allowed until next Tuenday to tile a statement of additional grounds for a new trial No arguments will be made by their side in support of these motions and Judge Denton has announced that he will give his de colon In the matter Wednesday Winchester Ky Jan 18 Shortly after the commencement of the Har gisMnrcum trial here Mrs Marcum filed a sensational affidavit In which among other things she alleged that Felix Feltner had been paid 1600 If Moee Feltner would not testify In the trial also that defendants had by bribery threats and intimidation de andante hall induced Mote Feltner and Sam Fields witnesses for plain tiffs to leave the atato and for this she asked for a rule of contempt A warrant has been sent to the sheriff of Leslie county for tho arrest of Felix Feltner for this purpose and If the officers of that county fall to get him a special bailiff will be sent after him SUPERINTENDENT SHANLEY Receives a Jail Sentence and Is Also Fined 100 Newport Ky Jan aThe case of Frank M Shanley superintendent of the Newton Foundry and Machine Co who defended himself from an unruly mob last Saturday night at the point of a revolver and wax then arrested for carrying concealed weapon came up before Police Judge Moore Wednesday He was given the limit of the law The punishment was t 100 fine and n sentence of 90 days in- jail The case was appealed Newport Ky Jan ISoFrank M Stanley superintendent of the New port Iron and brass foundry scene of the present strike which has attracted general attention because of dynamite plots was secretly married to Miss Nellie Fox of Indiana J GARFIELD SMITH GUILTY Took the Jury 16 Minutes To Fix the Death Penalty Lexington Ky Jan 13Artor a deliberation of only 16 minutes tho jury in the case of the commonwealth vs J Garfield Smith colored charged with tho murder of William Moore found tho defendant guilty and fixed his punishment at dooth This Is the second death penalty Imposed for this killing its Ed Taylor also colored charged with tho same offense was found guilty only two weeks ago and sentenced to bo hanged John Taylor another Nogro has yot ThnIstarted to clean out the place and shot and killed WillIAm Moore IN AN UNUSUAL MANNER Well Known Trimble County Farmer Committed Suicide Louisville Ky Jan 12A special from Milton Ky says J Atwood Itowman one of the best known form ers of Trimble county committed sui cide in an unusual manner Early in the day Mr Bowman mounted his horse and started for Hunters Bottom About n mile out of town ho dismount ed going out on the Ico Mr Bowman broko n hole and crawled into the wa ter drowning himself The horse pro ceeded riderless to tho Bowman homo Websters Damage Suit Compromised Mt Sterling Ky Jan HIho L 000 damage suit of Charles Webster against Or J A Vansant for assault anti battery was compromised and the petition will bo dismissed when the circuit court meets Jury Disagreed leJtoh Old KyM Jan 13ln tho ease of Hartford Log do l charged with the murder of Frank Pierce In this county last summer tie Jury tits agreed William Logsdon ills father wus fined and given six months Imprisonment After the District Attorneyshlp Mt Sterling Ky Jan 12 Robert H Wlnn a loading young attorney of this city Is an applicant for district attorney for tho Eastern district of Kentucky to succeed Judge J II Tins ley the Incumbent rEXTRA SESSION CONVENED The Legislature Will Select a Site For the New Capitol Frankfort Ky Jan 13Tho extra ordinary legislative session was con voned Thursday at noon with 29 sena tors and 63 representatives present Lieut Coy Thortio was given an ova tion by tho Sonators when ho ascend ell the speakers rostrum Tho usual committee was appointed to notify the governor of the convening of tho login laturo The governor sent In his message by Secretary Ed Leigh and It was read In full to both houses The legislature then adjourned until Fri tiny in honor of Col Brccklnridgc Frankfort Ky Jan HThe sonata adjourned till Monday Lieut Oor Thome appointed a committee of nine senators to Investigate the title to the present state house grounds anti ascertain if the grounds revert to tho original owners under any state of case ROARKS AND HOLCOMBS Old Scores Caused a Pitched Battle Between Them Sargent Ky Jan HIn a drunken row on Lane Fork creek In Southern Letcher county two mon were shot One of them died instantly For a long time there has been trouble between the RoarkHolcomb factions Joseph and William Holcomb and John and Buford Roark met at a saloon near Cremonla After drinking about an hour tho fight began In the first vol ley John Roark was shot dead The second charge brought Buford Roark to the ground fatally wounded An hour later an attempt was mndo to arrest the Holcombs but they re silted and opened fire on tho officers A down shots wero exchanged At length they fled to tho Line Fork mountain and are now in hiding The Roark family are determined to arrest the Holcombs or die trying it Further bloodshed is expected as both sides are determined J W BESS HANGED He Smiled As He Stood on the Scat fold and Said GoodBye Lexington Ky Jan 14Jomes W Bess twice convicted for the murder of Sin Martha Martin was hanged in the Jail yard here He went to tho scaffold in the same cool manner that hiss characterised him during his long confinement in Jail He addressed tho large crowd In the Jail yard and told P them that he hoped to meet them all In Heaven He knelt In prayer for three minutes and with a smile on his face bade goodbye to the people many of whom he said he recognized as old friends Bess confessed to tho death watch that he had planned to take his own Ufe and that he carried a small knife blade in his mouth for that purpose but after telling this to time guard ho handed over the blade saying that ho wished to die like a man PRESIDENT TAYLORS GRAVE The Family Has Decided To Put It In Good Repair Louisville Ky Jan 13J JrayJor of Chicago a relative of President zachary Taylor has arrived In Louis ville to Investigate the condition of the grave of his distinguished relative at SL Matthews It Is the intention of his family In the event of the re fusel of tho government to repair tho grave to expend a sum of money suffi cient to put It Into condition befitting the last rostlng place of a president of tho United States Hotel Fire at Ellzabethtown Eltiabethtown Ky Jan i3Tho Sinclair hotel owned by J H Stewart was gutted by fire There was no Insurance The loss Is 2000 Mr Sinclair saved Pile furniture Prof E B Olcott who roomed in tho building suffered a loss of about 800 Johnson Recovered 4000 Damages Frankfort Ivy Jun 14 Judgment was rendered 4n the Franklin circuit court for 4000 damages for personal Injuries In the case of Kendrick John sun vs W A Gaines Co distillers Johnson had both legs broken in an accident at Old Crow distillery Kentucky Teacher Chosen Principal Magee Miss Jan 13pror J E Woodward has resigned his position as principal of the graded high school here and the board of trustees has se lected Prof J C Jones of Corbin Ky to fill the vacancy Prof Jones Is ex pected In a few days Smallpox Contracted From Letter Elliobethtown Ky Jan 13 Miss Grace Tabb of Summit a sister of State Representative W W Tabh has developed a genuine caso of smallpox Sho Is said to have contracted the dis ease from a letter received from a friend In tho west An ExConfederate Dead Franklin Ky Jan HDr John S Lane died of enlargement of the liver Ho was a confederate soldier for four years and a member Of the Kentucky legislature He was 71 years old and a Mason lie was very popular as a physician Wealthy Farmer Expires Owenffboro Ky Jan HJohn Held a native of Scotland and one of tho leading farmers of the county died jt his homo two miles from the city life farm Is probably the finest In the county Ho was 00 years old i + THE CITIZENli+111 I I JH I 1111 I I 11 1111 I 111 I HtI+I I I I I I +11 Eastern Kentucky News No cornpoll4cllte pnbnshed anleu signed in fall by the writer The names Dot for publication but I an nl4ellte of good tank Write plal- aly9Hil1IlilI ItlhlI I I I I H I I1IIIfMADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Tho following is tho roport of tho last month and the term which ended December 23rd for District No 10 Whole number in at tendance during month fortysix The following missed no days during last month Josio Crissman Ada ElTie Gertrude Estridgo Carrio nud May llellard Egbert Guinn Eliza Lunsford Addio Effie and Margie Williams Ella M Taylor and Oscar Wyatt The teacher wishes to oxpress her thanks through the columns of this paper to tho trustees patrons and children and faculty of Boron College for their hearty co operation in the work of the district during tho term EMMA J HAAOEX Jan 10 Charley Baker of Illinois is visiting friends here and he expects to return to Illinois in about three weeks Willie Rogers enter tained quite a number of young folks at his house last Saturday nightA J Smith is in Knoxville Tennessee looking niter a job as a drummer G E Brockman sold his crop of tobacco a few days ago for 8J cents per pound netting 400 Miss Alice Gabbanl was the guest of Miss Julia Maupin last Friday Dan Gabbard of Jackson county bought a small farm of George Mitchell and expects to more to it soonMnck Maupin is moving to Fnyotto county whore ho has routed a farm of ono hundred acresIal Kogers has moved to Joe Boins place near Cartersvillo Speaks Brothers of near Lancaster have moved to the Parks farm near Wal laceton BARE KNOB Jan 18Mr and Mrs Azbill visited A C Hart Sunday Mr and Mrs J E Hammond visited J W Lake Saturday and SuudayBro Noel filled his appointment Sunday at Silver Creek Several folks from this part attended Mrs Jno Dais paid Mrs A C Hart a short visit Friday O M Payne was in Borea Tuesday on business Several of the parents nud young folks had the privilege of spending the evening at the residence of Mr and Mrs John Hawkins December 31 from 0 to 12 They watched tho Old Year expire mud the New Year come inV W Anglin visited J W Lake Monday Mr and Mrs John Davis entertained quiet a number of young folks Fri lay night They report a splendid 4 time John Kindred is very sick at this writingMrs Hallie Malicoat returned to her home on Red Lick SundayJ W Lake is visiting his nephew at Richmond this week Jim and Jacob Lake visited their friend Bradley Lake Saturday and- SundayMrs Hallie Malicoat gave a candy party Thursday night to her most intimate friends They report a fine time Some how the neighbors of this vicinity seems to be stirred up to a fareyewell in the social question but it just fits the young folks they say Christmas never lasted so longHICKORY PLAINS Jan l3Mr and Mrs Kiah McKeohan spent Wednesdaywith Mr and Mrs Daniel MaupinPal Cornelison gave a social on Monday night which was enjoyed by several young peopleMrs Will Percival and children spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Kiuh McKeehan Misses Dela Williams and Sallio Bush spout Sunday with Maggio and Pearl tAdams Ida Maupin spent Sunday night with Misses Jennie and Lizzie BurdettMr Win Adams inns been verysick tho last few days Sallio Garner Herndon has entered school at Berea for tho Winter tennTho infant child of Mr and Mrs Cirt Thorpe won buried at Boulwnre grave yard last week Miss Mary Emma Adams of White Hall is visiting relatives here OWSLEY COUNTY BOONEVILLE Jan 10Circuit court convenes hero today His Honor H C Falk ner and11m Lewis Judgo of Commonwealth are on handTho coldest spun of the season is on us the thermometer at zero on yesterday morning Tho protracted meeting that has loon conducted for the last two weeks at the M E church by Misa Lucy Mohan of London still continues with groat interest mani felted by tho people A great many having publiclyconfessed both conversions and sanctification We hope the good work may continue until there will not be a sinner in Owsley county to advocate the cause of the lovilThe small tide in the river last Thursday enabled a great many persons who had railroad ties and saw logs ready for market to start them to the mills lelow whichwill bring considerable money back to our county The Boouoville Normal wIJ School under tho professorship of W A E Cnmploll is getting along nicely He is assisted by his brother Tom who lately came from Ohio to assist in the conducting of the acade mySnmuel Baileyof South Fork and Mat Moore of Booneville have each leon allowed an increase of their ixsnsion Mr Bailey was a soldier in the 47th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry and Mr Moore a momlwr of the 14th Kentucky Volunteer Ca- vnlryA plan is now on foot and tolophonelineBurning Springs in Clay county or McKee Jackson county which will greatly facilitate business at this place and be n paying investment GABBARD Jan HWI are having lots of snow Circuit court begins at Bootie JanunryTherois some of the lays have gone down on timber Theo Dunningon visited nt II II Ricos last wlOkMr and Mrs Meredith Gabbard left Thursday for Hamilton O Mr Gabbards intention was to find employment at tho paper factory Bascum Callahan and Miss Orlena Murroll were married lastweek Also A C Gabbanl Jr to Miss Roberts of Cow Creek U C I Wilder has purchased two more young hounds and is chasing the foxes right alongH B Gab hard und B J Combs are in the fur business this year Hurrah for Till CITIZENGARRARD COUNTY CARTERSYILLE Jan 10Miss Susie Merryman after a two weeks visit with Mrs J G Clark has returned home Sht reports ono of the plonsantust summers of her life while teaching the Woodview school and lioarding with Mrs Clark She made her school n success which only a good tench or of fine culture and refinement can do Lancaster Jxjople say She is one of the most popular teachers manyfriendsBoian his rented his farm to John Hester Mr Boian is going to Illinois Miss Dora Boian has re turned homo from a visit to her uncle Tom Conn of racer Lancaster We are having sonic cold weather this week and plenty of good thick ice on J G Clarks pondThe peo yetHempyet The fall being so dry without any rain the people could not get to spread their hemp so it would mature for the break as early ta here to foreThe tobacco raisers have been readyforlight crop last yearIke Arnold who has been running tho hotelat Paint Lick for past two years has moved to Lancaster and Dr Cason king will occupy the hotel for the present yearJACKSON COUNTY ALCORN Jan 12Tile school of this place closed yesterday but it is expected that Miss Anna Powell will commence a subscription school soon At Jrest daughter of Mr and Mrs Josiah Collins Jan 5 Wo extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved parents Mr L W liar rison port on Monday for Louisville to continue his medical course Several citizens of this place have been attending Circuit Court at McKee during the past weakMr- J B Rose has returned from Clover Bottom where 1m has been on busi nessMr Levi Hisol is very sick with something like lung trouble FOR SALE porhuudre1than ton is purchased Also 23 tons of nice Timothy baled hay JO cents pjr hundred under similar condition ISIIELBY C Tenon I5 rea Ky 1does UNSURP- ASSABLECANDIES JOES Richmond Ky Sole Agent Mailorders promptly filled Kentucky State News KENTUCKY LAWMAKERS Rupture Between Them Over the Old Statehouse Removal Flftht Frankfort Ky Jan 18r Tb all an penrancoa the Kentucky legislature Is drifting Into a hopeless tangle on the only question It can consider at this session namely tho changing of tho capital site to some other point In Frankfort The number of legislators who believe that tho presont session has the right and authority to amend or repeal the act making the capital appropriation Is Increasing as was clearly shown In the senate Senator Whltt presented a resolution 1110 v Itt ing that a joint committee be appoint ed to draft a bill to be presented to tho next legislature providing for a vote of the people on the question of changing tho site BILL BRITTON CASE Trial Is On at Lexington and Will Be Long Drawn Out Lexington Ky Jan 18ln tho case of time commonwealth against Dill Brit ton charged with complicity In time assassination of Jim Cockrill In tho Jackson feud both sides answered ready and the case was entered upon The city full of witnesses from tho mountain counties and the case will bo long drawn out Among the witnesses are most of the men who have been figuring In all the feud cases A P Byrd and D A Jouett who represented Mrs Marcum in the dam age suit at Winchester and prosecuted nil of tho feud defendants Is hero to assist the prosecution COACH HORSES They Will Be Bred at the Penn Grove Stock FarmILexington Ky Jan ISDrook Curry well known as the owner and er of trotting horses and C P trainI gle have left for Morrlsvllle close a lease for the Penn Grove stock farm They will sell their trotting stables next month and begin the breeding of coach horses The pacer Hall News 208 Is In Neagles sta ble THE CABLE CAUGHT Seventeen Miners Were Hurt Two Fa tally In the Crash Mlddlesboro Ky Jan 18A cable car loaded with 17 miners for the Ex celsior mines jumped the track when half way up the mountain Fifteen of the 17 wore seriously hurt and two Sam Hilton and Trim Vance probably will die The accident was caused by the cable catching under a fish- plate J 0 Rollins Acquitted Plnevllle Ky Jan 18J O Rot line who was Indicted last October In the circuit court ohargod with raising election returns In the HunterEd wards primary was found not guilty The Jury was given peremptory In truotlons by the court A Big Deal In Tobacco v ML Sterling Ky Jan 18Time largest sale of tobacco made this year of the 1904 crop was when J N Hlske purchased for the Continental 100000 pounds from George G and J C lIam Iton of Plat creek The price paid was 13 and 16 cents Found Dead In Bed Paducah Ky Jan 18Miss Belle Yancey aged 30 was found dead In- bod Thb coroners jury decided she died of epilepsy She was a sister of E O Yancey a wellknown traveling man formerly of Paducah but now of Minneapolis Minn Remains To Be Shipped To China Paducah Ky Jan 18The first Chinaman who ever died In Paducah was Sin Ling who was found dead In his laundry here He was 46 years old and was born at Hong Kong where time remains will be shipped Jones Is a Candidate Glasgow Ky Jan ISW II Jones the republican candidate who was de feated for congress In this district at the last election Is being boosted by his friends for United States marshal for Western Kentucky New Coal Mine Opened Henderson Ky Jan ISA new coal mine Is being opened at Robard this county by O W Rash and M V Denton Coal was struck at a depth of 195 feet Tho vein Is four and a half feet In thickness Harry Stout Dead Covington Ky Jan ISHarty It Stout a former resident of this city and a brother of Mrs Fred G Sellers of Scott street died at his late home In Kansas City Mo after an Illness of but a few days Struck By a Freight Train ML Vernon Ky Jan ISA freight train struck a delivery wagon that Tommy Taylor was driving across tho track and the boy was fatally Injured Ito Is aged 13 and Is the only son of Joseph Taylor Good Price For Colts Lexington Ky Jan 18J C lIIauI bought two colts from C W 1000 Both are by Imp Inglesby one out of Irmlna and tho other out of Slip Along dam of Oakwood and Dutl folW C Morton has sold the Morton theater at Madlsonvllle Ky to Qeo R Lynn The consideration is not known but It was a spot cash transaction 1I No IStil Jtiiulilr It A J N V Y AA month Atl K YUVIlhWN A greelinlrNo 4 JCutlImut Curtail n kind of wine mid have girls nnmu Curtail n nhco of money sad hare obscure Curtail ttununmsu ami have embrace Xo IUI Donhlp Arruatlc- Irlnwlrf n lottor IliwU 1103- CriMsminta Before lung i Worn on the foul N KxhlMtlon To unit to death R Irws from danger An article tif furniture 7 Murk of n WOUIulIXo lttUlouIAdd a conjunction of two letters to a buzzing sound aunt have pleasantry Xo 43JIllddl Im In a table but Iti true Im In a outtiedrul too Im at a tair where people view ThinK beautiful and ntntnre sod true Xo 42 Arllhmellriil Iaule- What number of three tlRiirt ran be reverne l by adding to It WtT What number of three neuron tin lit re versed by adding to It 1IWT What number of threw HKIUVK can be nv rented by adding to It JT1 Xo 425A lllmlri Wheel Perimeter of wheel from tit 1C to hasten Hull of wheel to 8 to re Bounce a throne Prom 1 to 0 a fruit 2 to 10 an add Moue salt n to 11 to languish 4 to to result 5 to 13 a throng 0 to 14 a Legal plea 7 to 1C a flub 8 to 10 to follow Xo 4110 Sbftknprorran Imilr A quotation from As You Like It No 430 ConcraIrd Word square Youll Sad It NY to miproacli Take tramear anmltwi er coach The Beach to fastest I ssppoe The driver hu n Roman Nec We drove dawn by the vnlley road lta teat when there a heavy load Youll find corn game In yonder dO- ur guests all call the sheeting good For drink we give them Adam ate Our sprint the flneit In the dale Xo 431FabIe With tugram Transpose each word or group of words Into a wonl which will make sense with tbq others The IlEKcArt and tbe OTUA man who SAW very skillful with hia bow went up lute time TOMISASUX to hunt At his IOACUIUI there was a great KOSTEntACTiox and fear OO MAN the wild SAILSAM time lion OXALE showing any determination to fight PosT said tbe Ulan to him and await uiy onKEvuEBi who has TIIAWVESO to lay to you With tbat he HOST an arrow after the lion and wounded him In the DIES The lion SIIOUART with Arrc fled Into the depth of TIIKTICKS but a fox seeing him run bade him take ounCAOK and face the enemy ANT said tbe lion you will not vEURAi je Pie to that for It the OHKKX IIKM he sends so IIAIUS what must be the OKPEW of him now sends It No 433 Cartallmeolt Curtail very small and have a metal Curtail food and have because Puateleer tbe No 413 Diamond H 2 Jog 3 Jalap 4 Holiday 0 Gadus 0 Pas 7 414 Wise Sayings 1 The man who knows nut and knows not he knows not be In a foolshun him 2 The man who knows and knows that he knows he In wine follow him No 415 Christmas Presents IM maleSanta Claus Cronnword Sword 2 Ark 3 Neckwear 4 Ta ble 6 Aprons 0 Chair 7 Lamp 8 Apples U Umbrella 10 Sled No IUA Strange Phenomenon I always sleep till It U light Bzceptlf funny ChrUtma morning My eye pop open without warning Im up while It is dark a night No 417 Traveling Puzzle Chicago goblin liniment enthusiast aster error orator orient entrap approve Venice No 418 Charade Antelope No 410 Changed Centrals Truce trace trice No 420 Geographical Acrostic Pri mal Virginia FliiaU Ulcbmond Cronwordttl Ventilator t Irawadl 3 toe 4 latish 5 idiom 0 No 7 Indian Add No 421 Dissecting Puzzle Orange Ant ran rag ram Qrap no ape r Carriage Satisfaction Here I bodyfinishthan HERE No better time to uy than NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS c F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Wakeful Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be Looked To There Are three different manifests Item of ale4neFirst hardly to deep a wink all night send te IM awake a long time before falMflff asleep third ta fen asleep soon waking up after tervral hears and then nod It lard te deep again They mean that somewhere In the nenc fllwM Mfnewber In the brain salts somewhere In the Used vecoeU that carry Mood to tile brain fremelhlnc hi radically wrong and mutt be righted er OM sad mar be woes than death Tr right 1C take Dr Mae Nenrtae Boma ether symptoms of nerve treu Me are IMisineM Headache hack ache Worry PretfBliw Irritability UetaMhatr tank of Ambition Timer Indicate dtoeaM which may lead to Btrtt pr Pits St Vltva Dance Nerves Prwtratlon FaraljrtilR aiilty- Nethtnc win give such quick cad lasting relief aa Dr Miles Nerrtu kIdIrftheneither sleep or eat Our buhy clrt wa Pent away and all callers Iwrml be cause be could not stand a bU of is Ing I read ef a wee of ntrvoue weInstlon cured by Ur Mllea HMtarullTe himnddeedayM1t8ovA FREE riter MliiiATnaI Pain Pills im New Hrtenllfto Remedy 1fer Pain Ale Symptom IHank llat will dtacnont your tIIIlW tell what hi wren sad how to ght It OfJAUOltATomes We Known the Street all the time fair solicit hoe Ky Will Prices your A Street u IH Ml I I i I I I t Learn to buy at Arbuckle We believe it pays sacrifice profits do more business It is this policy that keeps us always with tho new season goods old hero thing bright Season able and Reasonable We know can money a good then i from our Complete Linos o 0 o o o t J KY I i i i i 1111 I LIVERTROUBLES IbIS TbdCorcS1IIIIelrDrulb- a ueurrdmIonaffor liter be billS spent rise with doctor It Is all the icine I takeMRS CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va liver does not act regularly to your secure a of Tltedfords- blackDraught and take a dose tonlobt This great family constipatedbowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Tbedfordi Black Draught will cleanse the of impurities and tbe kidney A invites cold biliousness chills and fever and manner of sickness andcwnta Weak result in Brighti disease which claims ai many victims as consumption 25cent of l edford lllock I used Tbedfordi flack for liver and kidney taint found nothing to eicel THEDFRDSDLAUf DRAUGHT BuggiesPhaetons Surriesj TrapsDurable GracefulUseful Comfortable Stylish RiveNo repaint Sleeplessness Starblebed have bought th- eMoat Shop an R D Matsoy Moat Store on Main and will have fresh meat on hand Come and see us for treatment Your trade Is Durham Bros Main Street Beres OVER STOCKED IN Shoes and Clothing cut to lull Purse 1hono 40 P SETTLE Jr Depot Berea Ky +IHIIWHtt II 11 M II Simmons SPECIAL WINTER SALE to suit first no stock clean new wa sure you may be Make Selection f Arbuckle Simmons f RICHMOND n n n 11 ii n 111111 n n n n n 11 11 med Ifour go strengthen torpid all ion kidneys keptinDraught com and UNION MADE NUa le our of141st4 fJeV de- wI111tte Psi KUM1HI l airs 10 = t2jO n1alll d 1 lUUl =rl6UU72U Pairs Builnni More Than OouUiii In four reap THE REASONS tW IlonglumkM anhells more mens S f1I1S3o sloes than soy olber two manufacturers In the world W IKxiglai SJOO and fU0 lin t pbe aide by sole JJ4W ant f shoes of other mAke are found to l e 1ut Ther will outwear two pale of ordinary 1300 and 3JOilu ei Made of t ha but Itniktrt Ieeladlny abet undNntonaIAangaroar1IreIJlrq Douia iOO Olit Edee UB eanootbeeqialtedatany101CcNIuN Iloy I I e Coyle HayesM- ain Street Berea Ky