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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oN I I I I I I I J J J J H II 1 +11+1 BEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TJUPPER Manager Knlrml at Ifa Iottoftrrnt lltrta Kf a5 emend nee wag wooer 1H1H11HJJHI+IIIH+I I VOL VII Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23 1905 One dollar a year NO 23 1 TAKE NOTICE Thanksgiving Day will bo observe d tin usunl on Thumday November 30 by a Tubornuolu Borvico at 1080 11111 Sermon by Dr McCauley of Cinciu nnllj nml Praise mooting led by President Frost All who shun Gods bleseingH nro invited to nnlti In giving tlmukfl The hundredth anniversary of tin birth of William Lloyd Garrison will bo observed by pnbliu oxorcisaa In thu Tnbornaclo nt 130 p m on Fri tiny December 8 The public an invitedPresident Dlanchnrd of Whualoi 4College will preach in the Taburnn Ducomlxir 10 and give the 5londay lecture nt 020 the next morning All are invited The Winter turin of Boron Collegi opens at 8 n m of Wednesday Jan unry 3 1000 Top new Chaiuil will ho dedicate on the first Sunday of the term null of the now year January 7 IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The case against the mllnHulH 01 the general charge of extortion Is now being held by the State Huilrow i CommlMlonera Nothing pnrtlonlnr ly 1111 w has been found HO fur Oi the charge that prohibitive mien an exnctolon tiM one witness Umtlfic that ho wits informod by those to whom he apoalod that it WHB the jxilicy of thu road to keep tho tlenoi its liqw It Is too urlot to dooidi as to the justice of tho charge t Inmvory revelations continuo to lw mullet HH to the conduct of the buninum of the iiMtirnnco oompnniei in the investigation iu Now York Hyde Implicate Ilarritiwu Prick and Odell in attempts to blaoknmi tilt Equitable daniw this wholly President MoCurtly hag ankod that Its salary of 160000 ho cut in half on a step toward ruduoiiif the exiMjuRofl of tho Mutual Lila The Ilobrovvfl of America have set Iheineolvus tho task of mkdug 1 tXXJOOO for their jwrrfotitetl follow I Hebrew in Itmvita They should bo helped by nouIIebrewa everywhere A oommittee from tine out and I shoo umnufaeUiruni of ManMalauotti visited President Roosevelt last week asking for the putting of hides ott the free lilt The PredMmil w1MJ non committal It is nunond tlra lie wUlihatproaa tariff rafting diiriHf this Sumiou of Oongrww but will devote himmilf to the passage of the flute Bill The Keutueky and Tennessee Board of Fire UmlonvriUrs whiol has IXH H iu oxtattMico flftmu years has diMoIved owing to the law in- Tennesaeu ngiilnut noels ooAbinatkxtfl A Kentucky Association will bo formal and It is hoped that a rodno tion in iusurunco rats will result By a recent decision of tho United State Supremo Court not oulnro too state laws ngniiHit gambling valid but In anystoto where there arc sucli laws anyone interested out sue for money lost by gambling and can recovur The invcKtigation into tho aloe lion In Now York has resulted ill discovering n number of irrugulari tics Perhaps one of the most strik lag discoveries is that the election has already cost Hearst X05815 FROM THE WIDE WORLD- A deputation from tho Nor vngiau Parliament tendered tho throne ol Norway to Prince Clarion of Don murk on Monday of this week Tin tender was accoptwl for iris grandson by King Christian Prince Charles will motlnl tho throne under tho titl of King Hnnkon VII Tho now Queen is a daughter of King Edward of England Theta was n poverty parade in the street of London on Monday of tornoon Soino five or six thousand unemployed men and n sprinkling of women walked along the Thames embankment to Hyde Pork whore they listened to sM cho and adopted resolutions condemning charityas a euro for luck of lIIollt mid do manding national employment The lack of work in England for its many illllOrlnucotoforeign complication Tho strike of the workiugmeu of oighthOIrlapsed Tho Liberals are ut last awakening tho fact that they stand to lose all by their delay in coopera ting with tho goverment Tho ailili nted workmen H Councils in the in terior refused to join in the strike Japan has practically annexed loren It has demanded the ap pointment of a Japanese administra tor to govern Korea under tho Em puror the appointment of Japanese administrators at all treaty ports tho transfer of Korean diplomatic affairs to Tokio and no arrange manta to bo made with other Powers without tho consent of Japan THE CITIZEN THE ZEMSTVOISTS Their Sentiment Is Veering Dis tinctly to the Side of Count Witte REGARDED AS LEAST OF THE EVILS Will Assfst the Government Against the Forces of Revolution and Disorganization The Most Prominent Russians Who Have the Confidence of Those En gaged In Reform Movement Favor CoOperation Moscow Nov 22Tho sonUmont of lomstvo congress Is veering distinct ly to the sldo of Count Wltto and It now seems probable that a largo ma jority of delegates will favor a resolu Uon to como to tho assistance of the government against the forces of rev olution and disorganization though only because such action In regarded by n oomrfderabto faction as tho least of many evils Suoh leaders as M Stecheklne of Moscow Alex Stako vltrti Mlotoael Stakovltoh Prince Paul DolRomkoff and Princo Volkonsky who aro among tho most prominent men In RuMla and who have the con ficl tloe of those engaged In tho reform movement came out boldly at Tuesdays sosakm und laid down as a plain truth that only through coopora i lion with tho government good or bad though It may be lay the way to a Peppy realization of the liberties prom lied by the imperial manifesto of Oo tober 30 M Stochoklno declared The people may coll us Judasoa who have sold ourselves to Count Wit te but we must array ourselves with Mm In order to make tho state douma an active force In which tho people will have ccnfldonaen Ilvan M Pctrunkevltoh president of the Moscow afirtonkural society whoso exile to Siberia embittered him against the bureaucracy and who declared him self ready to band with tho social dem aerate in tho dOHinn If they would lay aside for the prweont their economic henries Instated that the first duty of all parties now was to unite DO as I to restore traaquilUy and save the ta- I Uikrtand Poland Represented ReprwentaUee of tho delegation of 94 prominent Poles whloa tame from ItkiBd to SL Petersburg to make known tho attitude of their country towards the government arrived In Moscow and attended the congress They read the manifesto Issued by tho i delegation la St Petersburg review ing the history of Poland in the last e trtqry declaring that the Poles had BO thought of separation or of Inde pendence and asking the support of- all Russian parties After reading tho manifesto they mado a special plea for the support and cooperation ot the aematvolaU in their movement tar autonomy reiterating that In this movement there was nothing of n I separatist purpose The congress took no actIon In tho promises- The speech of Prince Paul Dolgo mikoft was one of the best delivered I since the opening of the congress Ar theIcould count on the support of many classes of Russian society while put Ung Into operation the liberties of a constitutional regime gash on tho emperors manifesto ot October 30 he warned the congress against the pros ent state ot revolutionary hysteria sod dee UCff that at this Umo when Important creative work was In pro gress It would be wrong to domnnd tho removal of every Umber of the foundation of the Russian government oven though many of tho planks worn admittedly rotten The ministry cf aecy was Ideal buo ho saldthat must be Supported and sustained NEW BATTLESHIP VIRGINIA Made a New American Mlle Record For Ships of Her Class Itockland Me Nov 22The new battleship Virginia a product ot ho Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co In her screw standardizing toots mado one dash over the moos ured mile at the steed of 1974 knots un hour a new American mile record for ships of her class and 31 parts ot- a knot faster than that made by tho Rhode Island three weeks ago Tho trial was mado under favorable condi tions there being a fairly strong off shore breeze which mado tho course comparatively smooth The average forflvo best runs over the course was 1897C knots an hour Too machinery worked perfectly and there was very little vibration at high Four Dead and IJpoodIUalila Brazil Nov of her crow dead and others sick Norwegian bark Edderslde Capt thoI son which sailed from Newport September 3 bound for Buenos Ayros put Into port for medical assistance Battalion of Reservists Mutinied St Petersburg Nov 22 Private advices here from Gomel In tho govern ment of that name say that a battal km of reservists a thoi 4bmutinied follawir r a demand for hot FUNERAL WITHOUT A PARALLEL Ingot of Steel Permeated With Flesh Blood and Bones Burled Philadelphia NOT 20A funeral without a parallel In this city took place at tho Mldvalo stool works whore a 40ton Ingot of steel perme ated with tho flesh blood and bones of two workmen was burlod with the solemn rites of tho Roman Catholic church The workmen who were so strangely laid away wore John Forkln and Joseph Oazda two foreign speak Ing laborer who met a horrible death a week ago They wore In a pit near a cupola containing many tons of mol ten steel A plug gave way and 80000 pounds of tho fiery fluid poured Iron tho cupola and overwhelmed them The men were completely incinerated and not a trace of themselves or their clothing was left The Mlclvolo Steel Co was averse to selling the steel or using It for the purpose it was Intended and It was do cldod to bury It with the rites ot the church to which the unfortunate men had belonged Accordingly the 40toi Ingot oval In shape 28 feet long sIx feet wide and five toot thick was mov oil last week by a traveling crane to tho roar of the machine shop where a grave ten feet deep had been made Tho great mass of metal was laid In the hole and a platform built over I t no that the burial services could bo better performed THE STRIKE CALLED OFF Council of Workmen Defeated the Movement For An ElghtHour Day St Petersburg Nov 20Atter the severe reverses which thoy suffered early Sunday morning when at tho ODd of a seven hour debate tho council of workmen decided to abandon tho industrial strike the leaders of the ex tromlet socialist factions of tho St Petersburg workmen were again en gaged In a hard and apparently losing fight In defense of a resolution for an eighthour day which was tho slogan of last weeks strike but which was abandoned at the last moment In favor of an appeal for the lives of the mutl noura at Cronstadt and tho liberty ot PolandWhen the council convened a so olallst representative Introduced an amendment to tho resolution calling off the strike providing that the men In returning to work should hereafter labor only eight hours laying down their tools at 4 oclock In tho afternoon Instead of G oclock white insist Ing on the saute rate of pay The conservative lenders In the council of workmen are again victor oue At 255 oclock Monday morninG they carried a resolution against any attempt to introduce a movement for an elehthour day- CIGARETTE PAPERS National Grange Wants a Law Pro hlbltlng Their Manufacture Atlantic City N J Nov 21Among other resolutions adopted by the Na tlonal Grange during tho day was ono strongly urging congress to enact II law to prohibit the making of cigar otto papers as well KS cigarettes The grangers endorsed the establishment of country high schools by a combine tlon of district schools The grangers took up the labor question In a resolution calling upon congress to work out a cooperative plan with the bureau of labor In varl ous countries and to modify the exist- Ing exclusion laws to alleviate the lack of farm labor- MKINLEY HONORED Corner Stone To the Memorial Laid at Canton 0 By Justice Day Canton 0 Nov 17Four years and two months after the death ot President William McKinley at But falo tho cornerstone of the monument to be erected to his memory was laid on Monument HIII by Justice William It Day of the United States supreme court an Intimate friend of McKln ley It had been planned to have the cornerstone set September 14 but a defect In the first stone caused a post ponement until another could be se cured The ceremonies wore simple but Impressive THE OUTRAGE ON JEWS President Roosevelt Is Giving the Mat ter Careful Consideration Denver CoL Nov 2ORabbl Fried man who presIded at the meeting ot Jews on Wednesday night last said ho had received a telegram from Prod dent Roosevelt In answer to resolu lions telegraphed him on that occa slont saying that the president was giving the matter of outrages careful consideration Dr Emit Preetorlus Dead St Louis Nov 20Aftor suffering for one week from blood poisoning re suIting from a slight scratch on tho leg Dr Emil Preetorius 78 odltorIn chief of the Westllcho Post and nester of the German press In the west died at his home Disorders Among Sailors Syzmn Russia Nov 22 Disorders broko out hero among sailors who wero returning from tho far east Troops were hastily sent to guard tile naval station BO aa to prevent plllac lug SOUVENIR BOOKS I m I Grievance Committee of the A F of It Presented n Report Ask inFFor Their Abolition- I CHARGES AGAINST LABOR UNIONS s Employers Are Sometimes Threatened With Strikes and Boycotts in Order to Get Advertisements After a Debate In Convention a- Resolution Condemning Issuing of Souvenir Programs of Labor Unions Was Passed Plttaburg Nov 22r1he principal theJ1In tho afternoon when tho section of the grievance committees report was presented asking for the abolition of tho sduvenlr program in connection charII with grafting forgery and threaten Ing tho employers with strikes and boycotts in getting out souvenir books for labor day and other occasions Many of tho loading delegates to tho oonvonUon Including President Coin peri talked on the question and while tho names ot tho labor unions against I which tho charges wore mado wore everyII souv books by tho labor unions and hereafter It Is likely that none will bo Is sued The exposure came about as a re condemnII I on program issued last Labor day The Federatlonlst Some of tho delegates from small wore opposed to tho resolution prohibiting the Issuing of the souvenir book claiming that It was in this manlier that the bulk of tho money Steed by the organizations was ratsad Finally one of the delegates accuse those having charge of the Federa Uonltt the official organ of the fed methjerationlst nover got out souvenir and challenged any of the delegates connceIIpel the Carriage and Wagon Workers union to turn over all upholsterers who are members employed in auto mobile factories to the Upholsterers union The complaint ot tho Brother hood of Boiler Makers and Iron Ship builders charging engineers affiliated with tho Brewery Workmens union belongingIand the practice ordered stopped- A protest was filed by the Wood Wire and Metal Lathers union against International Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers for grant- Ing charters to metal lathers BITUMINOUS COAL OPERATORS III The formation of An Organization Is Practically Assured IChicago Nov 22The formation of of bituminous coal mine operators at the convention to bo held hero was practically assured as tho result of conferences hold here between the various mine owners In forested In tho proposed plan After j the conferences It was announced that no reductions or Increases would bo mado in tho wages of tho mineworkers at tho Indianapolis Joint con feronco which is to begin January 29 With the new organization the operators believe they will be powerful theyIAt the convention there will be 80 delegates representing the state asso olatlons of Illinois Indiana Ohio Michigan Kansas West Virginia Iowa Arakonsas Missouri Colorado and Indian Territory Each of tho 11 states named will bo allowed ono del egate for every million tons of coal mined Would Ask a Fee Washington Nov 22A small roe from applicants for examination by beIKiggins ot tho commission are adopted Robbed the Cashier Denver Col Nov 22Two masked men armed with revolvers forced Cashier Gabriel Jones of tho South Denver bank a small concern to do liver to them 2000 all tho cash In the safe and fled The Industries of Arizona Washington Nov 22A bulletin Is sued by the census bureau placed tho aggregate value ot the products of the lastI IH 1 1 1 1 1 MM It II 11 MIHH A Family Newspaper Eight Pages n III 1111111111 I I I 111111 I 0 o 94l MAMUt Nee c CWlKMCtTIAMI r t itAITAZ6URRna a1r2j Nov 16 05 t 1 IF YOU DESIRE rr f To make your mark in this world orJ be comfortable in your old age you must save part of your earnings There is no dishonor in true econ omyin fact it is next to criminal to spend all you earn when others are dependent upon you Begin now to save your money We shall be glad to assist you- Youra n r very truly t Ceshiert rf I eosa How is This J R COLUHR lilt polar DKISCOK BRO a CO Importer BdWhotesalen In Dry Goods Nottous ami IumUhingt Knox +ttia Tennessee Broadhead Ky Nov 8 1005 S E Welch Jr KyDear I Enclosed find my check for 1800 for suit of clothes Tell Mr Gay it was the best fit I ever had t willremember him when I want another suit Thanking you for past favors I remain Your friend COLLIERr sea a All in need of first class Suits and Over Coats can be pleased like Mr Collier by geting their clothing of them thati have had experience together with the best line of work In the country and the price is always lowest a- tWELCHS PRICE CUTINHALFREVIEW Id o COSMOPOLITAN g WOMANS HOME o COMPANION g II THE CITIZEN o REOULARRICEi it 600F- ORALIM1TEDTIME i 325 0 o We are very fortunate in being able to arrange- o iwith the publishers of these three well known magazines to offer a subscription for the coming year at this sen ethiseoDont Wait the offer is good for both new and re newal subscriptions the only condition being that these o shall be in cash and that renewals shall be for at least a iyear in advance of the time subscribing for the ma s moneyAll earlotlo r THE FLOWERS IN THE STREET The vender with his crlmy hands and taeCalled to tho powcrby his blossom wares Yet searcc a ose would slacken in his All piIItIttarwi Vntll tfctro camo a man with weary IJU Who paiwed apd turned and saw each nodtJJns bloom And then ho saw a rose that once would r4 A And Up against the window of his room The crowded street an Instant cccmcd to fobi Into a quiet country lane 11 that mottled with each sway- Ing shado And lashed Its thousand jewels otter rain Again ho felt the evening breezes rush Up from the meadows bringing scented freight That spiced the air at twilights sooth ing hush The odor of the roses by the gate And peeple rootless hastening went by And jostled him while thoughtfully he stood They did not know ho saw again the sky That bent to dream above the distant wood They could not know that for him there was no street No bouses and no heedless racing throng That in his ears rang only murmurs sweet The cadence of some old rose scented sons The maglo of the roses1 For to him- Ideality was for the moment spread Jlefore him In what was a vision dim And then he saw the crowded street Instead Ho laughed a saddened laugh and then he took The roses from tho venders grimy hand And thanked him with a strange delighted look A look the vender could not understand i W D N In Chicago Dally Tribune Dri and I By liVING BACHELIER Author of Eben Holden Dtrrel d the Dewed Isles Etc IttoW riziil MW by Urthrop rublUhlo OampaayJ CHAPTER XVII COSTUJCED We were all crying we poor devils that were left behind One a mero boy stood near mo swinging his hat above his head cheering Hat and hand fell to the deck as I turned to him He was reeling when Dr1 caught him quickly with his good arm and bore him to the cockpit The little boat was barely a length off when a heavy ehot fell splashing In her wake Soon they were dropping all around her One crossed her bow ripping a long furrow in the sea A chip flow off her stern a lift of spun tore from an oar scattered behind her Plunging missiles marked her courso with a plait of foam but she rode on i bravely We saw her groping under the smoke clouds we saw her nearing the other brig anti were all on tiptoe The air cleared a little and we could tee them ship oars and go up the side Then we set our blood dripping with i cheers again wo who were wounded on the deck of the Lawrence Lieut Yarnell ordered her one flag down As It sank fluttering we groaned Our die may went quickly from man to man Presently we could hear the Cries of the wounded there below A man came staggering out of tho cockpit and fell t to hta hands and knees creeping toward us and protesting fiercely the blood dripping from his mouth between curses- Another shot would sink her Yarnell shouted Let er sink 4n er said DrJ Wish f God I cud put my foot through er bottom When the flag goes down I wan t go tow The British turned their guns we were no lopger 4n the smoky paths of thundering canister Tho Niagara was now under Ore We could see the dogs of war jushlng at her In leashes of flame and smoke Our little gunboats urged by oar and sweep woro hastening to the battle front We could see their men waisthigh above the bulwarks firing as thoy came The Detroit ana the Queen Charlotte two heavy brigs of the British line had run afoul of each other The Niagara signalling for close action bore down upon them Crossing the bow of one ship the stern of tho oUter she raked tbeai with broadsides We saw 1lcOS fly and matu fall in the volley The Niagara sheered off pouring shoals of metal on a British schooner strlpWlug- her bare Our little boats had t cf up and were boring Into tho brlgjs In a It was then near three ocsocIci white flag at the end of a boardingpike fluttered over a British deck Drl who had been sit ting awhile was now up and cheering as he waved his crownless hat Ho had lent his flag and in the flurry como one dropped it overboard Dri saw U fall and before we could stop him fan had leaped Into the sea I hastened to his help tossing a ropes end as be came up swimming with ono arm the flag in his teeth I towed him to the landingflair and helped him over Leaning on my shoulder ho shook out the tattered flag its white laced with hU own blood Reartr f + nip In hell fer thet alt tag t n ia M j lir as we ail chrcrpd him I Each srraUOl a tatter of the good flag pre iniart upon Dj1 gad put It 10 UA iis UJiJ 1 lasted I irouJIy j Then we marched up and dcwn Dn waving it above WIA bloduy squad as ever walked shouting loudly Drl had begun to weaken with loss ot blood so I coaxed him to go below with me Tho battle was over a Yankee baud was playing near by Perry is coming I Perry is coming we heard them shouting above A feeble cry that had In it pride and joy and inextinguishable devotion passed many a fevered lip In the cock pitThere wero those near who had won a better pence and they lay as n man that listens to what woro now the merest mockery Perry came when the sun was low with a number of British offlcere and received their surrender on his own bloody dock I remember as they stood by tho ruined bulwarks and looked down upon tokens of wreck and slaughter a dog began howling dismally In tho cockpit CHAPTER XVIII It was a lucky and a stubborn sea tight More blood to tho number I never saw than fell on the Lawrence 83 of our 102 men having been killed or HE STEPPED TO DRI AND FAS TENED IT ON HIS WAISTCOAT laid up for repair Ono has to search a bit for record of a more wicked fire But we deserve not all the glory some histories havo bestowed for we had a larger fleet and better If fewer guns It was however a thing to bo proud of that victory of the young captain Our men of whom many were row re cruitsfarmers and woodsmen stood to their work with splendid valor and for us In the north it came near being decisive Drl and I wero so put out of business that no part of tho glory was ours albeit we were praised In orders for valor under tire But fort th I say we had never less pride of ourselves In any affair wo had had to do with Well 03 I have said before we wero at our best with a sa ber and big guns were out of our line Wo went into hospital awhile Dri having caught cold and gone out of his head with fever We hid need of a spell on our backs for what with all our steeplechasing over yawning gravesthat Is tho way I always think of Itwo wero somewhat out of breath No news hall reached me of the count or tho young ladles and 1 took some worry to bed with me but was up In a week and ready for moro trouble I had to sit with Dri awhile before he could mount a horse Septembor was nearing its last day when wo got off a brig at the lIar bor We wero no sooner at the dock than some ono began to tell us of a new plan for the invasion of Canada I knew Brown had bad no part In It for ho said in my hearing onco that it Was too big a chunk to blto off There wero letters from the count and Thtreso his daughter They had news far me and would I not ride over as soon as I returned My motherdearest and best of mothers hall written me and her tenderness cut mo like a sword for the way I had neglected her Well It Is ever so with a young man whoso heart has found a new queen I took the missive with wet eyes to our good farmergeneral of tho north lIe read it and spoke with feeling of his own mother gone to her long rest Dell said he you are worn out After mess In llie morning mount your horses you and Iho corporal and go and visit them Report here for duty on October 16 Thou as over after a kindness ho renewed his quid of tobacco turning quickly to tho littered desk at headquarters Wo mounted our own horses a fine trosty morning The white earth gUm lr d in the first touch of sunlight AU ibefalry lanterns of thofrost king waging in the stubble and the dead 16 VCd n brief time flickered jgttjy and w7nt out ftttu the ivard lay barn safe shadows o rock or bill or fores that were still white A great glory had fallen over the farreaching woods Looking down a long valley wo could see towers of evergreen terraces of red and brown golden steeple tops glided domes mln aretcd with 1 render and purple and draped with scarlet banners It seemed as if tho trees weD shriving after all tho green riot of summer and mailing ready for sackcloth and ashes Some stood trembling and as if drenched in their own blood Now and then a lad was bare and bent and naked arms were lifted high ea if to implore mercy Pine air Mid I breathing deep as we rode on slowly T is sarfD said Drl Mother used t say at the trot was only the breath o angela en when it meilet it gin us a 1eetla o the the air heat ell Ut earth or noavetrMl quickened Ira oil with new life The horses fretted for their heads and went off ht a gal lop needing no cluck or spur We nuld up at tho chateau well beforeI tho luncheon hour Drl took the libraryIquired our greeting over AJifl It Is terrible they have not returned said ho and I am In great trouble for I havo not written to I Franfco of their peril DIeu I hoped they would be soon released They are well and now we have good news Ell bleu wo hope to see them t6Au But of that Thorcso shall tell you And I you have had a terrible time on Lake I ISriot lIe had read of tho battle but wanted my view of It I told tho story of the Lawrence and Perry of who DrI and I had hoped to do and ot what had been done to us My ac count of Dri his droll comnlcnt his valor his misfortune touched and tickled tho count He laughed he clapped his hands ho shed tears of enthusiasm then he rang a bell The Mslcur Drl bring him here said ho to a servant Drl camo soon with a worried look his trousers caught on his boottops an old felt hat In hand Somehow ho and the hat wero as king and coro nal in their mutual fitness if ho lost nboutIwero ees watchful timidity Tho count had opened a leather case and taken out of it a shiny disk of silver Ho stopped to Drl and fastened It upon his waistcoat Pour la vnlcur oprouvce do 1Env pereur said he reading the Inscription as he clapped him on the shoulder It was given to a soldier for bravery NapolconI man tho most bravo intrepid honor able Msieur Dri I have tho pleasure to put It where It belongs Drt shifted his weight looking down at the medal and blushing like a boy Much oblceged ho said presently Dunno but mebbo I better put it a- my wallet Frald I 11 lose It on o there lie threw at mo a glance of Inquiry No said I do not bury your hon ors In a wallet He bowed stilly and as he looked down at tho medal wont away spurs clattering Thercsc came in presently her face full of vivacity and color Msieur le Capitaine said shoowe aro going for a little ride the marquis and I Will you come with ust You shall have the best horse lu tho eta blaAnd you my best thanks for the honor I said Our horses camo up presently and we all made off at a quick gallop The forest avenues wore now aglow and filled with hazy sunlight as with a flood through which yellow leaves wore slowly sinking Our horses went to tholr fetlocks in the golden drift The marquis rodo on at a rapid pace but soon Thorcse pulled rein I keep- Ing abreast of her You havo news for me mam cello I remarked Indeed I have much news said slip as always In French I was afraid you were not coming in time msleur She took a dainty letter from her bosom passing it to me My old passion flashed up as 1 took the perfumed sheets I felt my heart quicken my face burn with it I was to have good news at last of those I loved better than my life those I bad not forgotten a moment In all tho peril of war I saw tho handwriting ol Loulson and thon a vision of herthe figuretheUy Dear Thereto At lost they promise to return us to you on the mh of Octo ber You are to send two men for usnotmoreMo the head of Eagle Island ort Bte Itoche In the 8t Lawrence wltb canoes at ten oclock In tho evening ol that day They will find a lantern hang Ins on a tree at tho place we are to meet them We may be delayed a little but they are to wait for us there And oa you lovo me see that one Is my bravo captain t do not care about the other Who comes First ot nil I wish to see ray emperor my love tho tall hand mo and gallant youngster who has won mo What a finish for this odd romance It he only comeot And then I do wish to see you the count and the others I read your note with such a pleasure You are sure that he loves meT And that ho does not know that I love him I do not wish hIm to know to suspect until he has asked mo to be his queen until he has a right to know Once lie has aG cret love Is robbed of his best treasure Mon Dleu I with to tell him myself soma time If ho aver has tho courage to take command of mo I warn you Therese If I think ho knowswhen I see hmI stool be Cruel to him I shall make hlnVImte me Bo you see I will not ho chettctl tt my wooing and I knot Lou would not endanger my lifes happiness ave n a little songfor him hfmPnndfHero aro Iho flrsfllneH to give you the Idea My emperor my emperor Thy face is tale toeae OJ Thy houso is old thy heart U gold Oh take command of me 0 eninerort my emperor l Thy sceptre Is of and Through all my days Ill sing thy praise And tremolo at thy real nut Dear Therccc you oUGht to hoar myselflndeedme nobler and stronger They really say I am not Mlnsh any more But I nip weary of waiting bare and so eager to get home You mo in love and you have been through thlr counting or the tours We are vary comfortable hero and they let us go nul como as we like Inside the aIWe saw nothing of hU lordship for until three days ago when they 1hrught him here wounli Thit In the bet 1 all and arriinc for their drtlverir WiH ho sent for Louie that iluy is cama I doorthingl bed helpless nod wept when he saw her She came bock crying and would not tell wluit hIt hnd said I do think he love h r dearly and somehow wo are s t I beginning to think better or him Surey no one could bo moro courteous and rat lant Louise Went to help nurse him yesterday dear sweet little motherI Then ho toll her tho good news of our coming release where your men would meet us and all as I have writ He is up In his chair today tho main tells mo I Joked Louise about hum this mom Ing and she began to cry at once and said her heart was not hers to give The sly thing I wonder whom she Irvesj but would say no moro and his had a Ibo face all day She Is so stubborn I sworn I will never tell her another my secrets You are to answer quickly sending your note by courier to the Indian dockman at Ellxabethport ad dressed Robin Adalr Dox 44 St Illllere Canada And the love of all to all Adieu Your loving LOUIBON P S Can you tell me Is the captain of noble blrthT I have never had any doubt of It he Is so splendid It Oiled mo with a groat happiness and a bitter rang I was never in such a conflict of emotion Well said Therese do you see my trouble Having shown you tho first letter t had also to show you the second I fear I have dono wrong My soul Bo blessed for tho good tidings I InterruptedThanks I was going to say It lie cuses me Loulson Is a proud girl sho must never know She out nover know unless You toll her said I quickly And of courso you will What do you meant she asked That every secret that must not ItIItn some lovo In It I said with a quick souse of caution Ah mamiiollo do I not know what has mado yur lips so redWhat may it be The attrition of many secrets burning secrets I said laughing I MordteuJ what charming Impu dence she said her largo oyes glow ing thoughtfully with some look of surprise You do not know me mslour I hare kept many secrets and know the trick I Ah then I shall oak of you a groat favor said Ithat you keep my se cret also that you do not toll her of my love She wheeled her horse with a merry peal of laughter hIding her face now red as her glovcIIt Is written her We rode on laughing In splto of tho serious character of hor words I fell nquaking from crown to stirrup I was now engaged to Loulson or as good aa that and bolng n man of honor I must think no moro tit her sisterI wrote her of your confession said she for I know It would make her so happy but you know I did not toll ofot tho circumstances Well It will mako it all the easier for me I said Mamcelle I assure youI am not sorry- And my friend you arc lucky abe IB so magnificent liar faco will bo a study when I toll hor Tho splendor of IU said she And the surprise I added laugh ing Ab mslour sho will play her part wall Sho Is clever That moment when tho true love comas anti claims hor it is the sweetest in a wcmana We- T Re Centlimedl I Three of n Kind The Archbishop of Canterbury was talking about tho English court dress The knee breeches tho silk stock ings and the slender court sword ho said make n graceful costume a costume becoming to all save the un duly thin There is talk of making the court dress the universal evening cos tume but before this is done a great tumult of opposition will go up from the lean Knee breeches you EH set ill upon thin legs They oven bring down ridicule upon the wearers Thus A yqung city man tall and Blunder appeared for tho first time bdoio his aunt in court dress The nun looked at him critically Sho studied bin knee breeches his court sword hli and their contents Finally i4th lkI loud laugh she said Pray to 1 my dear Edward have you got lega or three swordsDuffalu Cour ier The Countryman Again Edalo Is a primitive Village In the midmost valley of Tho Peak Ir Der byshire Fifty years ago bull icforo the Midland railway built Its Bore and Chlnley line a rustic from Edalo was BO adventurous as to mako a Journey to BhVfllcId about 20 miles distant When ho set oft to return it wits rain frig hard axd his host lent kin an umbrella and opened It Ho had never scan an umbrella befoul A fortnight afterwards tub nan of Edalo was Seen to return in tins finest pbsslDlcf weather but with the um brella still up Whyho oxrlalned we hdd a pack o trouble at un thefo wasnt a doorway in tho village we could get un through so we tcthcfed un in a fleldi Sioltho Weakly now It Oritrlnntrd- I wonder who originated the cus tom ot eating fsh on Friday asked the Inquisitive person noblngon Crutoo I believe answered tho wise guy Whats tho explanation asked the I p HoWojon and his man Friday were playing a gtnift of tev nup onu day with the understanding tsat this loser WM to supply A moM of bb for dinner Answered the w g Robinson woo the nmc o the fish wero vn lTrldayClndnnaU Kiqulrer I TOTEM POLES flaw They nerve the Haldn Indians- to Display Um Crests of the Families The Halda Indians are divided into two groups ot families the Raven people and tho Eagle people It Is forbidden for a man of tho Raven group to marry g woman of the same EIVUP and for a man of tho Eagle group to marry in his group Each of those groups Is subdivided into a number ot families Most of these families boar the names of certain lo calities and wero originally village Tonimunltles but are considered as m TUB TUTKM POLK relatives therefore marriage is not allowed among them Each family has a number of crests most of which Illustrate certain tradi done of tho family These Indians are In the habit of erecting In front of their houses carved polw totem poles on which tho crts of the families of both husband and wife are represented The dead aro burled in or on similar poles while others are crested In memory of deceased chiefs The illustration accompanying this article sketched from the model or- an original pole which belongs in tho Museum ot Natural History New York city represents a memorial column erected In memory of several members of a family of the Raven emu Doth of the principal deelgM represent the per onlllod snag Above be is repro bIoWJholoshape of a whale The banded shaft between the two Is a drift log SIMPLE STRENGTH TESTS How You Can Indulge In a Spirited Contest Over the Top of the Library Table f Are your wrists haadi sad gtlgere strong Some ohapa you know who- rro very strong In the arms and Vaek haVe but little ftrwth In their grip while others who can nearly Mimece your hand off are lot at all Muscular Olsewhore Here aro a few strength tests which ere very simple and are loU of fun You will be mirprued at the results for it will not always le the largest boy of a crowd who will win the con tests Two boys sit facing each other on opposite sides of n small table and resting their right foroorma and wrists on the table place tho Inside of their fingers together as shown In tho illustration Each boy while keeping the lower edge of his hand ogalnut the able trlca to turn over his opponents hand that Is force It to lie back on IOSITION VOn Till TEST of TOllE AI11I HUSCLK8 tho table This It really a test of the forearm us well as the wrist Test No r calls for much the same position except that tho backs of the hands are placed together the fingers oa ono hand reaching down to the wrist of the other Then each op ponent tries to bond inward tho others wrist This la entirely a wrist test und tbo results will often surprise you A third test suggested by tho Chicago inter Ocean calla for tho same post I tlon except that tho fingers aro closed- all but the first Or Index finger The first fingers aro placed together hick to back each fellows object being to force his opponents finger to shut that IB to close in tho palm of the i hand i Dicks Memory Dorothy was rout to tho drug store io bny some iodine to paint a bruise on tin shins Dick toddled along behind her Dorothy who wan inclined to think of too many thins at one time tOt mixed In her memory and naked for ornion DloU wrinkled hit brows othlnIbuck to the house to j their mother Dorothy makeil a mistake and she cot au anchor lnmefc1 of dynamite A NEW BALANCE TRICK Here la One Which Will Teat the Skill ot the Most Exact Two Tricks in One A great many Ingenious balancing tricks havo been Invented but this It one of too best because It is two bal ancing tricks in ono It Is dons with everyday articles and no preparation and its appearance when complete Is sosurprisingAll Is a string two jack knifes two long load pencils and two pens and holders Stick the knives obliquely and firmly Into opposite shiM of ono pencil near Its point and stick tho pens In the same way into tho othor pencil Make a loop in ono end of the string and fasten the other and to a nail In the top of tho doorframe Insert tho point of the first pencil into tho loop and balance tho other uell on Ua point oa a flat glade IHOW TUB TRICK 18 DONE which yeti havo m 4e oar the other end of tile first penelL Thy ta all not the picture gives a cottar Ideu of the arrangement than the description does But eoitUnues food Literature you must be cartful in putting the parts together careful to get thorn just right and especially careful not to cut yourself The distance of the knifepoints from tho pencilpoint depeada on tho site of the halve sad the angle they make with their other anti after you have got the bataaeo almost right you can make It perfect by moving the knife handle n little toward or from each etbor and by moving the upright pen cil along the horkoatal one When the balance U perfect you may carefully Ml the whole affair turning about the string and It will centlnui to rcrolro for a long time TO BEGIN AT THE BOTTOMr Pluck of a Railway Presidents Sw Who Is Determined to Hake Ills Own Way Benjamin L WlaeheU Jr son ni the preetdent of the Ohlsago nook Island Ik Pacific railroad has gone to the southwest to begin his aareor la railroad service by going to work u a OIlman with a surveying gang Mr Wtnchell woe graduated from the Hhemeld Scientific Sahool at vale university last June lu telling of his plan he said toW all have to go to work some Urns There is nothing remarkable la r BENJAMIN L TVINCHELLt JR that Is there Lut month I read an article tolling how President Roose velts ton gave up bin berth to an old colored woman At that Ume I thought What do people tare about the presidents sont And now I think tho same about this There Is nothing in being a big mans son It all depends upon oneself Tho young man does not Intend to- go to work on any of tho lines con trolled by his father Concerning this ho said I naturally oxpect tc malts something of myself and I do not want It said that It was tho result of pull Tills always has been my idea and my father has encouraged me In IL Ho began that way too The only way to learn the railroad business is to begin at the bottom Art and Geography Among the visitors at an art exhi bition says Youths Companion were two old ladles from tho country They wero examining with great Interest a basrollcf of a young Greek shepherd beneath which were Inscribed the words Executed in terra cotta I wonder where Terra Cotta Is1 ventured the elder of the two turning to her companion Woll now I ought to know hesitated too other but I cant seem to place It Just now Ah well rejoined tho first speak or as thoy passed on it must Uj a dreadful place If thoy executo haraleaa young boys like that there Solved at Last Temdier All tbo meridians you mutt remember converge at the poles ShoRgyHalrsd Pupil Then why duHt these people who want tr find the north polo follow one of I hum t there meridians clear tp to Itt i I i BereaTeacher I ClubADDarttt A1LllIlt ltUiLLLtLttLLLf stsr IteChrist said that ho came that people might have lifo and Imvo it very abundantly Can wo nn toach urn have a higher aim than this f- Our lIvos nrolurgo In proportion to our powopqf love mud Bympilthy nnd our sympathy incronsi ns our knowledge ot tho lICu foo1lII gH desires and etrtigglofl of othors Is extended This is to bo accomplish ed not by pomonal oxporiunco nlto gothor or ovon Inrgoly but by draw ing upon tho literature of tho past prosontNow lonchora do not fool l that you have in any souse lischnrget your duty to the district in which you urn teaching if you Imvo not given your pupils n desire to mnki bylivingrouiulings by means of good hooks Koading lilt a mechanical process is a valuable nicoinpliHlnnont but road log in its highur SOIIBO of having tin to tnko tIlt thought and fool flOor nuothor from the printed jxigi t is the grent power which IH tho bami of programWill s tho ohlldror and the homes of your district yett this fall by buying at least six good hooks to lore Iwihind DooM of intorcwt and rawer which during tho lung winter days will Baas from homo to homo nnd make tho flriwidtw moro nttntctivo than any lowor pleasure that the neighborhood sun afford It neednot math more than 800 You cni lOt nt Imst half of tint from intoroHteu friend in the district and if petal lie you onu put in the other half You corn do it if you will Next wuok I will Giro the immeo aunt print of threo sets of woks that jw ran buy for tint amount Out the mutiny rood by that time tend before your Hchool oloeOfl you wilt have them and bo able to see the stnrt of tIlt gpwl work of which pod only will ever know the Itent Notes W It Dogga writes tlmt hit sohoo will bo out on Deoembw Oth Ifs clues with mi axhlWtkm lite average attemUiwa for the last MWHtl has 1 tOM nllll11 east ot tlia en ruliuttluFThat In nil for a winter Thu followiiig loiter IH jHWHonal but 1 am wn Mm Jarrstt will not object to it being lamed on to Club nllIIIIMIeIIoae Nye MBXIOO Nov 18- Drar TohlN I am sure your will be surprised when you know p am Clown here III w Mexico as I hid written you r ciryas coming beck to school I an sorry and glad ot course tint lou tnimd tinoxeotttdly a position hON as loacher of a district solnjol They have n school cpnHtw unrollmonl or sixty pitpilfl but I have only thirty one enrolled I have Ixroii tonoliinj only one week and today but I nn Burn I will gut on nicely 1 hail a nice trip ooming The Kooky mountnina art certainly grand OUP cant imagine how boon U fill they are without cooing thtim 1 hope you will have a micccesfnl term ol school and nil will IMI for tho host Ileano have tho Oltlzon mint to Hood San Jtmn County Now Moxleo Yours Truly DOLL B JARHBTT If Miss Jnrrott from Now Moxleo Miss AJkins from Washington Mr Ambrose from ColomdoRnd Mr Mot cult from Kansas will write tm lotion tolling about new things they art seeing and learning they will give their friends at homo sonic fino sup Icmuntary rending for tho Geography classes 1Is Your- Hair Sick Thats too bad I We had no ticed it was looking pretty thin and faded of late but naturally did not like to speak of it By the way Aycrs Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower a perfect hair re storer It keeps the scalp clean and healthy I am well nv0 lnt l with Afort DOT Vlnr end IlIIle It err much I would rtr dell rrcoinmend n in irvllent dratifnr tor the lair kI It Fen p14 nlh adn the liitir from nlllllnK at ha endsJ1lttasa hcrt tuedum Tllch 4 o e i Made A7eroLuII1Ateo llers SARSAPARILLA rillS CHEERY PECTORAL T RELIGIOUS THOUGHT QCIIIS Gleaned Krntn the Trarlilnci or All Ilcnotnlnutloh Good teaching and advlco will sol dom hoop children In the right path unless accompanied by good example Hov Father IClolty Roman Catholic Bt Louis DUranlenl Discontent with our lot and murmur ing as to our drcumntnnrcs nre huh root thrusts at tho goodness aud provl tlonco of GotLItev Joseplms Stephan Methodist it Louis Men In Church Life Mon tire necuuiary In national and church life as bricks are In a building Wo want human and golden bricks as wo try to build the Immortal temple of God Hov O J Harris Univ T ullst Atlanta MIIIII Noreen Man goiiomtoa within himself certain forces called loosely passions desire volitions It tho play of these forces I Is volcanic they arc vices It It Is rcg ulatcd and constant they uro virtues novoDr Frank Crane Unitarian Worcester Mass Prayer On the low physical level prayer la profitable but that Is tho least that It brings Aboro this Is tho spiritual gall of prayer It Is a spiritual ox wcta that brings us Into communion with GwlUov John 0 Horning Ho fpnned 8t Louis Spiritual Growth Spiritual growth Is not developed so easily uonr the porfumo of a flower garden as among tho thorns and the laceration the agonies and tho suf fering of a ravine of tblckoU Itcv Dr Frank Do Witt Talmnge Presbyte Flan Las Angoles Cal Lack Luck wafts for something to turn up Pluck turns up something Good luck In a woman with her sleeves rolled up and hard at work making things Ito Ilml luck is a woman with her urine bimbo looking for a man to tako euro of horHtv Dr Madison 0 Peters IJaptfcjt New York Jewish Teaching Teach your children to do their duty na Hebrew In the face of teachers and ciMMHitwi Touch them to refuse to learn anything to write anything to stag anything or take part ln anything which to perfectly propor for a child professing llirUtinulty and tho act of a coward and jenepulo when done by a JowllablJl Lucas New York Advice Par Women Tile womanly woman holds In tier chewier hands the finer dostlulos of the race Iet her live witbln tier Goo glv un llMlUUtUM let her be content to lie- Mr own unadulterated sad genuine self and CMie to strive after powers which dM does not prttese sad after ratpetwIUUIUM which II tw has noithci UH iUMM nor the strength to beer sag he win that want for recognition and hector cad Influeneo Hov J K ftmWk 1rarthjtertnn Loukvlll- enleaed Poverty Biased are the poor k truo even In a material sense Woalth ball nev er bet able In the long run to uphold ana develop the finer slid essential lualltto of man Under the condl tlous It creates not to spook of its temptatteiM the physical and moral fiber ot MMH has always been softened cad delerated Poverty holds with IB proper limits the appetites of the tower nature It produces tho necc aery oJenetit of resistance In the over coming Of which truo strength la do voleped Hev Paul A Mcnzvl Lu tboran Washington Lifes nrenllde Lift Is long enough If lived rightly and wo need never dread tho sunset when the day Is well spent Why steal nil desire old age and then grieve wbon It comes We are not tad whoa tho harvest Is ripe or when i tho ship returns from a long voyage i with a rich cargo It wo cannot row the boat or climb the masts wo can act as pilot and It wo dive tho simple life using fruits and cold water freely and living up to tho New Testament stand lint of freedom from worry It will be light nt eventide The October of life will bo our Indian summer tho calmest and brightest period Tho hoary head Is a crown of glory If It be fodnd In the way of righteousness The man who has made good use or May and Juno will come to his October In n good well rounded oM ago Rev Dr Dillon Branson Methodist Brook line Mats The Great Work For Christians The groat utterance of grrat truths and bettor tho groat living of great truths and tho humble doing of dolly duties Is the groat work of tho soldier of Jesus Christ There nro great truths that run llko rivers through every life Christ found those truths and uttered them So must we as Christians Our lives must bo open to tho truth of God and to tho needs of men and as faithful messengers we must bring the truth ot God to tho needs of men Wo must know tho wants and woes of men the problems and dangers of men and apply Gods truth to these Noth ing can finally or fully satisfy tho soul of man except Gods truth Of this satisfying truth ot God wo as Chris than are messengers to the souls of men It Is onr duty to fight tho evil but It Is our privilege to make the good shine Let us mako It shine so that men will love It and live It Wo arc responsible for tho defense of tho truth of Christ In tbo world but let us know that Vvo defend It best by living It apd by proclaiming It Truth crush ed to earth will rlso again wo say nut It will uot Truth of Itself Is pow erless to rice or to shine It Is only as truth Is caught up and made vital In life that It hung power to bless tho world Lot us put on the girdle of and wear It everywhere Hev iitruUI H Overton Presbyterian l Slnx glmon orclnn Max Simon Nordau author of De goiipratlan lives uupretcnilotialy In Pails lie Is a physician bj profess slow mid he still practice the healing art though his Ilt nary labors arc am ple to nil up his time Ho was n very precocious child and could rend at tour An hue childhood was a stern and austere one reading was about tho only amusement he enjoyed At fourteen ho bad already published va rious porms essays and tales He Is now flftyslx and the list of the pub lished workn In of considerable length A Learned Hindoo The lion P Hamauatban 1C C C SI G Holldtor general of Ceylon who arrived not long ago In the United Statue Belongs to what has long been the duet Hindoo family of Ceylon hobos large wealth and has represented hlA rare IU ill legislative council of Ceylon Unt it in on his learning and spiritual Inlgbt Unit hfa chief claim to distinction rate and his mission to tuta country le to clear away many uf the iHtoumlerntiiMllnga which exist hero as to the religious pleas of India Colonel John Jacob Astor Colonel Jhn Jacob Astor hi unlike his tocsin William Waldorf Astor In being a stanch Ame11C1I1lIt was re cently anDOuhl aban dOlled his plan to have his only son Vlmtnt educated at ICton where the boy was placed lust spring sod had resolved to have him enter an American school so as to grow to manhood wholly under the Influence of American Ideas Colonel Astor Is himself a graduate of an American college Harvard anti he evinced his pa triotism In the late war with Spain by entering tbo army Ho served under General Shatter nt Santiago anti equipped anti presented n mountain battery to the government He ban n manly figure being over six feet In height aunt married n Philadel phia beauty Miss Avn wrung llrs Cornelius Vnmlerbllt Jr Mrs Cornelius yandorbllt Jr Is much devoted to her children She was Miss Grace Wilson and although she bolocgrd to a family of wealth and brilliant social connections the late Cornelius Vanderbilt objected when be rteI learned that his eldest son was going to marry her Ho Vas so much put out about the match that he changed hits will and left the bulk of his fortune I to his younger son Alfred Gwynno Vanderbilt Not long ago a I reconciliation between tho estranged branches of tho family was affected JINGLES AND JESTS Two Opinions Oh none of this marrying business for met- A young woman argued In whom there waa dearth Of loftnMH and moitwihlfte I vow and declare I Just wouldnt marry the last man on earth Well I would responded a reek Uttle maid Whow pathway was Uttered with TOM cullne wrecks Nor would I accept hIm for hU like or mine But simply to spite all the rest t my sex iPeekXot Unite thesane Miss lIlMuUo saki I trtlfl Tory jMiss adid you were sensltlve about your year Ilillnilelphla Press mist Billy Willie Hooked the boats Silly Willie Couldnt float Village eharoh bell Funeral note Baltimore American Not Edible Tills Is a new shaving sonp Im us lag sold the barber How do you like Itr Kitonmlly spluttered the victim rhllndolpbln Ledger ttr a Nadi Youth Fate seems to have figured It out for mi That marry I never eon For while the rIght girl I often have found- I seem always to be the wrong mane- Brooklyn Life judging br CtrfCCa My daughter adores her plnno Irom the way the unhappy Instru ment shrieks and groans Im afraid tier lovo Is not reciprocated Clevo laud Phalli Dealer An Impression of Europe From IrouWe there Is no release There turmoil day and night As soon as one land looks for peace Another starts a tight Washington Star AU In ft Dune Burglar Lets go to dc shore an rob do guests at some summer hotel Ills Pal Aw whats do use Lots wait till September an rob do pro prlator Iuck It ray The lawyer likes to take a rest Like moat of us and still The average lawyers happiest When working with a will- Phlladelphla Ledger No Curves In It Miss Sllnnu Ho said I had a first clue figure didnt 1107 Miss Peppery Not exactly lIe enk your flguro looked like a 1Ihlladel phla Iross As to Percy See Percy In his touring carWorst cynic In the tow- n1MYr happy new unless lies running people down- ChJ8I11O Tribune IuradoKlcal I admit hes lazy but hes got the making of n good man In him Yew All be needs is to have somebody kick It out of trimBoston Her aid The Weather Prophet He guesses like a hero By changes undismayed- At anything from zero To ninety In the shade Washington Star Gennlne Article SheAnd you really think you love we do you He Love youl Why I believe 1 could love you oven It you were tnj wife Chicago News Same Old Story The summer girl is In tho sea Shen learning how to swim again The summer man is there and she lifts been engaged to hIm again x New York Times Are You Ilanenryf Are you Hungary Yes Slam Well come along Ill FIJINa tlona Geographic Magazine The Way It you would seize on envied place Of fames most honored shelf Devise some brand new way to make A jackass of yourself Baltimore American A Distinction In Term Did ho earn a largo salary with that company rNo Ho didnt earn it Ho Just drew It Washington gtar Alai I Break break break On thy cold gray sands 0 seal That when Ive had my vacation down I by thy tide Ill be more broke than thee I Brooklyn Lite Probably Kind Words cost nothing Exactly I think some folk this tribute them freely on that account New York Times Evanescence Oh hasten with the chunk of Ice Ero many moments oer it nIt Some blotting paper will suOlco To carry all thats left of It- WuhJnltton Star nnnl to Tell Daisy Gushley Oh you darling I just heard of your engagement today Cissy Summcrglrl Which onel Town and Country Pity the Poor nick Dont blame a man because hes rich And has a lot of pelf For it you dont watch out belike you may get rich yourself Ju4 Xr Sa R BAKER Dentist o KYOverOffice hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without palnSomnoformo DR R C Boaos DENTIST Curlier Jlnln and llronilwnr IIKUUA KY At Livingston Mondijr and Tuesday FOR RENT Rooms for rout well located and ventilated Enquire of C C lihodus Cemetery Notice The Berea Cemetery As sociation is adding largely to the grounds previously owned Itis desirable that all persons owing the Association settle these debts as soon as prac ticable The money is needed to meet a portion of our in debtedness It is hoped that all persons holding lots will at once satisfy themselves whether or not they arc in possession of deeds to the same It is probable that the prices of lots will soon be ad vanced Hpnce it will be for the interest of those desiring to secure lots to make their purchases without delay L V DODGE Sec Farm for Sale Farm of 45 acres five room house good barn and outbuildings About ton acres in timber all of tho balance in gross good water for house and stock everlasting goodorchard and small fruits Near schoolchurch and postoflice good mills and bank within ono milo This property can be bought right Call on or address J R CORNEL1SON Madison Co Waco Ky Important Notice Consideration of tho Ordinance fixing tho names of Beroa streets il postponed to an adjourned meeting of the Town Board to be hold on Saturday the 18th iust nt 7 pm An Ordinance is pending to he acted upon at the December meeting tho 12th prox to impose a License Fee upon tho sale of Roman candles firo crackers or other fire works within the town limits L V Donor Chairman SPED HI LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the pubjic but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec 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 ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the EmulSion it does through nourish ment the kind of nourishment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will tend you a sample free Be that tM picture In the fefalaki lion llM wrpre of rr r MilS of KitijWon ja bur SCOTT BOOT Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50ean4l ill drurtbts Dr WeG BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner Ce K Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and dayITelephone No 4 Boron Ky Real Estate I have quite a number of building lots and some improved property in Berea for sale- I also have 20 acres with a 3room box house within a quarter of a mile of Berea corporation for 5500 Also farm rind timber lands in Madison Rcckcastlo and Estill coun ties I Any one desiring such property should call on me J P BICKNELL Berca Ky PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by J S GOTT Depot Street Berea Ky 5000 INEEDED AnnuUly to ail the new position erected TdpgrnpbtompnlesWewanttOtNO LEARN TELEGRAPHY j AND R R ACCOUNTING Operatorsand8la0onAgents SchoolsINendorsed by all leading Rahway Olilelal1o Ise execute a trIO Bond to 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send money by nutoffice Money Order EI rna Money Order Check Drill Itcslilere r or onu and two cent tuopi no dAle alter your lIam ahow totrhtl dAte ehanllMUblnnotify ui- Bntwcrlbtn wishing Tits CmziKt IhelltllIeerlplloninsider that they with It continued addressl1tnrcomtnguhpiled U we are notln d Agent wanted In every locality Write lor turn Anyone tending ui tour yearly ml pllolll will receive TIll CITIZEN tree tor ona fur To Attract Tourists Here Is a western scheme which should appeal to patriotic Americans Officials and leading residents or nine western states noted for scenic attractiveness propose to organize a movement looking to tho drawing In that direction of tourists who arc In tie practice of going to Europe The Idea is so to set forth the natural beauty and sublimity of the west that the old world will bo knocked out Tourists will be corralod or rounded up wherever they can bo found and oodnoturcdly coerced Into abandon ing trips to Europe and substituting Journeys through the wonderlands Ol the wild and woolly Care bei taken to have them see all the finestI fights while their physical welfare will receive special attention The food and lodging will be of the bestt And the railroad accommodations bang up The west means business and lees not Intend longer to take a back Scat while the effete nations of Eu rope occupy the good places And as that region really has the goods to show and with characteristic energy Is going about the work of advertising Ita charms and guaranteeing that everything shall tully conform to the samples It Is quite likely to work up a firstclass trade Europe is old and hackneyed The west Is fresh teautlful and original and In such a rivalry is bound to win Tillers of the Sot The successful farmer of today is i no ignorant yokel but an intelligent I educated man who understands agriculture i with scientific exactness says Mr M J Lawrence of Cleveland O Mr Lawrence is owner and editor of the Ohio Farmer probablY the most noted and successful agricultural news 1 paper in the country and many years ago ho was at different limos a print er city editor and business manager 1ofthe old Cleveland Herald Tho tiller of the soil of this age resumed Mr Lawrence must necessarily bo at man of good wit in order to protect hls own Interests The enemies of the modern husbandman are innumerable Si the oldsettled states lIke Ohio Pennsylvania aid New York a farm- erI cant raise an apple that is fit to cat l unless the tree Is sprayed several times to rid it of the Insects and the owner of the orchard must know what kind of liquid to employ In his fight to preserve the fruit When I was a boy growing up on a farm we bad scarcely any pests to contend with and fpraylng was unknown I mention this to show that the business of cultlvat I ng the earth can no longer bo carried ou In haphazard fashion but must be followed by men of trained faculties Toe day of the Reuben and the hay seed with his rustic manner belongs to a past epoch In our national life IA curious phase of the present ac tlvlty in all branches of Industrial en terprise Is the scarcity of skilled labor and the resulting shifts to which manufacturers are sometimes put to retain the services of their employes and to obtain tho additional help need ed Some largo Industrial centers are actually bidding against each other and shops aro losing men to neighbor lug establishments which are willing i to offer more attractive terms Hence workers are reaping the benefits oftlde Wealthy state of the labor market What has hitherto been considered next to an Impossibility became an as- compllahed fact in New York city tho other day whoa four great conductors appeared at the same entertainment and led the same orchestra Walter Damrosch Victor Herbert John Philip Sousa and Nahan Franko were the musical notables in question and they took part Ina concert given by 8t Cecile lodgo of Masons No question of precedence was raised the Masonic sign having reduced all to the same level A Missouri man was arrested the other day on the charge of loud swear- Ing He proved to tho Judge that ho t had used Improper language because he had alien from tho roof of a barn and been nearly killed 4 ne Judge said ibis was a valid excuse and dls missed the cue i r TAMMANY COMBINATION toAnswers to Questions Which Shoul Interest Students of Social Conditions Whet is Tammany hall Why are various political organizations In Now York uniting in an attempt to compass iw defeat and how does It hap pen that It Is thought necessary to appeal to everything that is not Tammany to unite against It Tho answer to these questions should Interest students of social conditions more than the student of politics says Youth CompanionTo them In reverse order It may be said that the vehemence of tho appeal made by the antlTamraan forces Is due to their knowledge of tho hold which Tammany has upon tho loyalty of a large body of voters Tho Tammany leaders base attached to themselves a following largo onougl to carry the elections in ordinary year when the people are not aroused by some groat political scandal Thos followers are loyal because tho leode takes care of them When they arc nut of work ho finds them employment when they are arrested he goe to tho police court and secures their release on ball when they are sick begets a doctor for them and ho give free dinners on Thanksgiving day and picnics In summer I Those who seek the defeat of Tam many maintain that the political or sanitation exists because Its leaden desire primarily to make money out of the business of government ant have no Interest In the efficient conduct I of affairs save as that keeps the voters complacent That they are In politics for personal gain has been ad mitted by many Tammany leaden from Tweeds time to the prosentI Tammany han Itself is a building It belongs to the Society of Tammany organized In 17S9 as a protest against the aristocracy of the Society of Cln committee ol headIauartersecutlvo council of the political body popularly known as Tammany hallIThe real point of opposition many then Is that its political power Is a combination of two elomenta which are in politics for what Isto be made out of Ittho leaders greoBy ol money which office or the control ol office enables them to get out of tho whose 101ernmontthe coDKequencos of their poverty III nees misfortune or crime LONDONS POLICE SYSTEM The Great City Is One of the Safest Urban Communities in the World The report of the London commission er of police for 1904 though presenting figures which In the aggregate seem to show that life and property aro very unsafe In the worlds metropolis in re ality proves tbnt the great capital Is ono of the safest urban communities In tho world The authorized strength of the London motropolltan police force is nearly 17000 men who are expected to protect a population of about 7400000 Yet of this huge population only 126630 were arrested during the year In addition to those arrested 113723 defendants were summoned before magistrates tor trivial offenses Ono Londoner In 23 appeared before a magistrate in obedience to some form of compulsory process In thousands of Instances the offenses charged wore of such venial types HR riding on the steps of omnlbuseslcleaning carts In tho road way sweep chimneys an Important requirement in London af fecting the fire risk The many arrests for petty breaches of the law show that the London police keep very close watch in the streets Their activities may seem meddlesome to Americans accustomed to Ignore certain minor ordinances but the comfort safety and con cnlenco of thopubllc are probably more carefully considered in the streets of jndon allowance being made for tho great congestion of traffic than in those or any largo American city Tho most Interesting feature of the re port Is the emphatic approval of the crlmIInal8dom There were 2616 fingerprint recognitions during the year by the mot opolltau police Tho commissioner aye that tho result obtained is ten times larger than the highest figures secured iy tho anthropometric method which was abandoned In 1901 The fingerprints of criminals left on cashboxes window sills bottles glasses and other things have been tho means of enabling he police to present to the courts valu ible corrorobratlve and circumstantial ividonco Yard on the Tramps Mr Qrumpps Id Just like to know What good all those cooking school lea one are doing our daughter Mrs G Everything she cooks sho triage home Yes and nono of the family will ouch em and the things are Jutt brown away No they are not She gives them to tramp Ugh What good does that 1101 We are getting rid of the tramps Stray Stories The Modern Way Young man said tho old person who hail attained considerable wealth and fame you must climb tile ladder ot success round by round It will not 110 toSkcldoo for you undo airily re Bled tho earnest yputh Whats the use of plugging along on a ladder when tho express elevators stop at every oorSt Lour Republic n J Ar lite GJnwtug lark In puulttug tip 1iihrrn By KATMUK1NC POPE In I HALL we bring back the rod bring back wholesome respect for Inw and order The pendulum appears to Ill swinging this way a little it seems to us who never ap proved of the absolute banishment of the above mentioned parental aid But do rtot lot us be misunderstood be judged carclqsuly harsh glad indeed have we been to watch the introduction and progroe of right kindergarten jucth cds In horne and school especially the encompassing the little children with sweetness and light as they leave the hojnc to enter the big world of other people vc have rejoiced indeed that there has been broughtI into use in our schools methods very different to one of the pldtimc stern pedagogue deemed it so much wiser and better to have the backward pupil studied and encouraged than thrashed to have the energies of the mischievous cleverly employed than repressed vc have been deeply glad for nil these modern educa tional reforms but sorrow enough for the superficial sweetness and light that broke the rod and threw it deAl away IIhe young wife and mother is pathetically anxious to use modern with babys bringing up she eschews even the mildest corporal punishment the baby human not angelic grows uncontrolled and pretty nearly uncontrollable the mother in helpless bewilderment asks friend and acquaintance What shall I do Ten to one friend and acquaintance fail in fraukncs fear they would be looked upon all old fashioned if they were to tutor their honest belief that all the child needs is a neat little spanking it has come to the point that Frocbol and Pestaloczi outrank Solomon I It might be well to hand to the young mother that book of George Merediths that deals with the career of an itnthrashcd English boy The Egotist It is the best argument we have ever seen for spank cm spank em I In many of our advanced cities a teacher endangers his or her position if the good old ferrule be ever so lightly brought into useI but the harrowing experiences of every school year would suggest that the advanced gentleiMuhas not proved by any manner of means wholly satisfactory However it was to be expected that the reform from harshness would be too radical at first there arc evils in the rearing of children today Uteri were evils yesterday Far and away remain the day that might show a repetition of an occurrence in a schoolroom I once was unhappy witness to a harsh principa Staling in at the back- door of the room discovering a stall boy with head pillowed on desk wickedly sleeping stealthily advancing and cuing the sleeping cherub right and left the chill Just convalescing from a long run of fever The kindergarten has taught us better than this but superficial kinder gartenism has given a vague chaotic notions to the many mil home and school discipline hu come to count too little You teach a boy anti a girl an invaluable lesson a old as Solomon as old as tbe world whets you teach thorn obedience ID11r Shmuigtcutt EltUIt- By MISS JULIA IUCIIMAN District SUD rintendrni of Schett New York City Ours is a nation of immigrants citizen voter of today was the immigrant child of yesterday He may be the politi cal leader of tomorrow Between the voter of today and the immigrant child of yesterday stands the school The drool alone can make of the immigrant the material upon which hc future welfare of the state and the nation is based Careful examination of the statis tics of the bureau of immigration shows first that no census of children of school age among time arriving immigrants is taken i second that thousands of immigrant children ofschool age never enter our schools and third that about nine per cent of immigrant arrivals art of school age That there has never been soy coordination between the immigration and the school authorities it a governmental blunder which needs immediate correction The immigrant child of prior schooling sltmiid be property graded not according to his knowledge of English but According to his mentality Special cloves for foreigners as a mean to an end not us an end in itself must be established in all commuwtiet where foreigners congregate j The Americanization ui the child wfcil the potenti remain foreign in though language and custom means domestic shipwreck Tito school must give to the partals correct American standards t In or tier to acquaint parents as well as children with a respect for the law we must change our methods of teaching civics A community needs knowledge of local ordinances beige it needs to know the divisions of the national government 1ortiglltirsl1GUIll be taught the laws which were made for their protection It is fir more essential that they should be taught to obey tenement hone laws to keep fire MCSpes clear and to separate a hcs from garbage titan to memorize the qual ifications oi a United State senator or to name time members of the presidents cabinet i ID11t Art of iafittj By GEN JACOU Hunt SMITH U S A Bellied The Loafing is a science Even a flute art Peo pie are too busy or ihink they are which jujt as hadto spend time i n njoyiiip hens tvcsr What in Iafme fur mo however may not he loafing lor others Some retired army rlficer have ideaa- of relaxation that do rut nppenl to mc I visited one man recently and said to him General now ihit you arc out of the army what arc you going to do with yourself And be answered gravely I am studying turtles Another good friend of mine I found in his garden devoting his life to raising roses I told those fellows they were burying themselves they were too narrow in their liens but they seemed Jiappy and satisfied My idea of spending a life of leisure u to bionu en ns much as poihkall that is most refund in mans tatc There you have in arW tv rii t hat Irail loifing ann what most rncn in ibis co nlsyart too busy to do QUEEN OF CHRISTMAS TREE MlRtrMS Doll In the Occupant ofIhJs Office More Attention Paid to this Toys QUASH of the Christmas tree 1s Mi tress Doll No matter what ate he RIB have forgotten Santa Claus nave ieavM behind hint dlmtpiialHtiB af for little girls ho line dolls enough to 10 around The tastes of boys dyer fo oven In Infancy the fickle cimngsfii masculine soul must assert 1U obnnw torlstlao tune boys will choose tops others want drums while the cwbrj savants or scientist crave booM 01 cantraShorjkuepors gtvn more attention to tho quality of their doll Block thin tn that of any other toy they idrry because they sell more dolls and the de nand for new aorta II constant aUl1lm pcratlve Most of the figures sold are of fonder make although their manufacture tll this country Is a branch of business the receives Increasing attention Herman makers of dolls lack original lty They follow almost entirely the designs brought to them year after yeas by American buyers Ttelr dolls art well set up and tlurebV but they tilde the chic which the but 1ronch raaken Impart to their goods German dolk waIH or never have good hair Tow or any cheap substance that will serve u used to represent tie coiffure As OM avers little girl xtlpultttM In kei prayers that Santa will ptoaso brio her a dolly with really lair that Ib can cnmb and curl m ny a kouseaoU migbt be cmbarmsMd did not Amert out shopkeetteta provM tbewceli with win of aatural hair far tie dell The ww loetcs say be removed free tile Mad of Ute den and the wig tsaIeaet on Its cnutlum to tM greet UdLola of the soMdl dud bit to UM peetnlarl Inetraveeieeo of the teed parent whit tanst pay frees UI to Lit tor UY wig Doll are this S BWR of RreaUr varies aad eleganee waR ever before Tk ttaBdcooeot ease from to balk Kmww and lave Jointed limbs lade inKtlbto keas nd long hair fM ai Silk TIM dolls are ash puked la a rive bossed box of colOBlUt chap sow- ewatkad In layer stir layer of Ab- paper Klien he boxes are opened soils of tke dolls are seed to be attired while other are shad In but OM ibis white garment The Pnrto dressed dolls are tit rMtlMt of all 9am of them pet iii Mpleco A favorite mode of dreoslac this don to to array then In a bosntali chart east with a etoth belt to hold the garment down at the walt Over to white truck the platted skirt hM 11 beautiful tare to show the silk pain of the sad A white uadcnloeve pea jeets lees UM eon sleeve teed them ta at to threw A tiny white bow The hnt h may trimiMd with a bttsof ribbo end a fw Nether Anjnetever woman all dreos a MU 10 look onlte ns well ncthe Imported M urn Whets arrayed In a dainty frock uont hat and underwear the home dressed dolly can be scarcely dlntln KUtsbml from the miniature Inrlrla belie HAVE RESPECTRLAW Icelanders WIU Qe So Pal an to At rest TheniMlve If Thought- Ntetteeay U would be impossible to en geral sn Icelanders mepeet for the law Ool those per pie who have traveled or oval some time with the people have nay eon sept ton of their BOHesly I A trader who recently visited one of the northern ettttoM of Iceland says he was traveling ou horseback nests tfeyktorlk when he met a tone rltftni his pony toward tho mpttnl What to yowr nnwe asked till trader ttonin Where are you pstagt oro prison Whet tart lteallalt sbwg bone taking year Mo The skalg was boy eohegnr ale his warrunt cud seats me on by 1- HIt I fTlMracpon its two eaetiftwjBd cep tad patted I Fags days later M his trader wu r uminc be again met thH Mbjiv ert kMitty on the way back to talc botn Why he xotoliMd naturally stir lUlswl you saw you were 1101 i t Ur wl set I to t was and I went but they would sot let me In Why setrI I lost the warrant and the aH- I at Heykjorlk said he could not rewtcj me without U I Out why then are you not already- at home You should have made the journey In two dnys I spent two days looking for It was the simple answer IT111 Were Denne loolitnit over geography papyri Whats thin The people ot Lancashire ace very stupid Wberr in the world did you get that Wes fromlupllOut of the book It says that I ncMHlre to renmrtmblo fur Its derla poimlntlon 1unsh Complltn Hilary Onest Well you have a patty home and a beautiful wife I should think youd be Jealous of hor Host To toll you the truth I urn nut I never Invite anybody lien who iould rx ssllly attrart the aunuiloa el my t nolWe woman ClcvwliU1 I adrr Life oi this camel CunKli are fit to work at lire r1- old but their strength lioglim in de lino at 2 although hoy desk is ivu to 40 d I rUE SONG Olf THB WINE CUP Oh yea I em fair sad my parkU1ntl war- la quoftod bj the yaung and tho allied Mid brave And I Ktndden the hsrta sf UllIlloom ass graveaWith my muhlnc and Jeyoiis tWe Men seek ine In y wtk M the heyday attn And seek me IH inuihOMl tu urmUr It- itrife For cash bubbl with rtntniirtntrcRCti U rite I nut list wh u I give keaUel1- Mr rosy brim te yeur lips youll nr And quart with a glee that will jnock i I cure And fnftt dream fen awhile there IB IarI worry bowls nut the danetac tie that your vumti sMUf till Shall leap with a hotter and wlMpr innil tad deeper and deeper 11tirstill Bison burn in year vert HUt I And your riM brain t will innddeit ana BfOCtem Yewr funey aba l borrow tent tipitir t j Hell Asd you1 U tzombb MBTHM M Uie1rn 4- tah yell A It rtaM In yaw thnAbiHg sins And r db4K winnts their tilde than wreathe Tbreugn yew toriur brain 1ltle11 bit lid seethe And dread snail cent ule tin nMntre eBK wroth Vt the wdgkl of our rbehhui fanrn And seen I win loath at fib wtWjjn we wise your hewllng soul rrem tIna e wrung By my rvthleei prap to rye deth i sass Of a yawnlnv sad watiat plait tad when It shell part with a dctae shriek Thatll ardlaee boars VWnnl AJ htanrh each cheek When a watt to a Row the Pit at- Moak Aha t1u bait arvl me watt ndrew II Smttb a UM m SMtinw3 Ad wsa TEMPERANCE PAYS IrAn Drlaktig Ic neW tq M7 Ell pleyerm tie Unit n JU for a Ponttien So annual nn n 4y haada anl bright wits In our irMe that uad r the rules of oar union no dnnkii mast can stay In the onmnlaatt Tile Ant time a memiMir of the union Bow on a Job under ih t tonuenoe r Ihinor be to sn pt de t for n moon nnd fined For tko second offemM has luwuwrlly expelled without b of rolnntawment Itn pretty drain tmntMont but we bars Mated U Ill wtonet way to deal with thematter- This plain statement made In a Philadelphia paper by a count ruoio of etevtMn to n Gaud n temperao ermon on ever was prnarheil It le practical and goes to the jtftlm A man 4osat need a better naler lobe appealed to by inch nn VII moat ns this It bits all alike win the nerve are IlrhlIIt tn a efia spot There need to tII wUtoKprfuul del oton that worked ItMnlrotaJito injtr enpeetolly lo the Imprseslunnhte an HnthlnklMK young It wnn to the ffeet that the best workjaen In an lines drank That d tuaton u rapid dying And It will INt n hippy ds for roonklMl whoa all men thoiogRh1 rceogntoe the tan that no wan wh drinks mush Iltwsr U ae efficient a man In any line of slier na tic WOUM bo If he dU not drink at all The bulMlftg of etovatnm M by n means the only uwel HUM In whi M drinking to a dhgeaIIMaatton Tb rellnmdi the teloxraph teotnpaiUo and all the other Me o t mrelal In II llltd and Mnnnrlnl orpanlantlorp are drawing the liars deer anti dH1 orery day against the man who drlnK Vhy hard drinklmi to hold to be u lltoqBalinealloB eoltll1 la the naKH Itself Tho drinking bartender cannot hold his own aicnlwt the sober one No builnMn man ON earth kniw lMtor than the saloonkeeper bliss f that sobriety to the first MuntlaI if uiosMful budneaAral th value 111 the man who never drlnlte behind il br U at a premlMm There Is a lesson hers that ourllr to be easy for every man t learn an for every boy tcho hopes to make the best of himself In life to store ova m ono of the most procio M and io portnut treasures of hit eJuntlon To tho youth who to Impted to drlnlc there Is no more Important IP son than this that In thetA times nt honor before temperance le not cal a virtue hut like all other virtue j It pays and is ono that in nil tat catalogue of virtue pays most dlrec ly and beat Mlnnaopolte News Ones Colors The suporlntendcat ot n seamans mtonton tsayn that one of llla young ea- ton who had signed the pledn slid war tho whit ribbon bat to eater a boll tnl later on The physician Jailbranily but when ho saw th riDbon 11 changed the medicine saylpg I cot give you something that will ako th place of It I never mean to do nthln that will ruse a dormant nppoiite U cnn help It Such an ombloru UHo th liadgoii of certain orgnnlzatlon t Is poMtlve safoBuaril Youll often t laughed at after you put on this un form said Ion Booth on me oc uuulon to a oompnny of the Salvatlm Army hut youll not often be rapted All tho devils run from a WWVT whit shows his colors Iced Sign YelUt11 It a bad sign hj am snakes Crlmsonboak Not half flo 1 as Sec cm when youre sot f irp Yonkers Stuuaraan 4 A COMBINATION RACK Upper Part la for the Hay and the Trough Below Can De Used fur the Grain Fur feeding nhcop out of doors a combination rack made In the following manner will bo found not only a great convenience but will BBVO feed rayl a writer In tho Farm Stock Jour- naL Tho rack proper may bo made any height desired but It should be only about six Inchon wldo at tho bottom and 18 Inches or moro wide at tho Slip with tho tints Just far enough p f COMBINATION BIIKKP HACK put bo that the sheep may readily got at tlig hay This rack la arranged so that the lower part may be eon structed Into a trough by building the trough out lu front making It with n Mantlng front board cad ales extend lug U behind so that the grain may be pounxl lido the trough from behind An Inch board le arranged so as to lido over Ute troH ii and under the lower part of the rack while the sheep are eating the hay When they art to use the traugk thto bnard la re jnorcd The Illtistralloo plalaly shows the alan of Uite comblnaitod rack and with the dfltefUitten nayo handy with flints can MMullly make thin conveni nee WHY MIX SLOPS FOR HOGS 1 riostloal Tlk About the Beat Meth ode of Feeding the Swine Seur SwlU Tbte It lbe queeHon lhat Kimball Dairy harmer oaha la a recent Mae and lt Jfvee some reaaaws wkr It la BOI a seo1 iwauOee U ass that It hi ouiiKiltlng them tu take man drink than they need Yon will eee ta-necs around In the ewill fur the solid aad not drink the liquid after they hale tad IL HtUn A hue will make a hop of himself when swilled Tbe fend Min ailh a condition that he ran gulp It down without ebewlug Moat Itohave plonty of tube They don t need to fiAt aa fait aa a man at u railway lunch reuntcr 1vo often watched hose tet They run fnew ear to tar or carry one along BpeBdlNR more time trying to get uwhole fivd than In rating When It eomcs to drink they rink to the trouRh with you unceUlHeT your dignity if jrouro nut oaratul then pile up In the trough when you pow la the water After a elf they aN oft again to Ue corp You eouhl carry a iloaaii pails of water to them and they woaW re p atMh t Performance It twas rleli swill or milk they would tforse them selves and not leave a drop It sbowf that they know enough to quit whoa Its only water offered This has I0d me to think that a better way could be fount Jooonh W Wing told at the Aui 9 abort raurne how he feeds bla hods with a eeUftwdar Puts the grain In there and the wuttr IH an other place The flop out when they plcauo and aa niurh na they pteaso They ore compelled to oat slowly and they chew the ttry teed for they cant hot It down Ha sold they didnt wnato a bit What sot mot d or pushed out len on the feeding platform and WAS plaited up- I dont balleve your swill ts any bit tor fug than aovr 1KN11111 for pian One day tweet and otto day sour Is not right TJie hour sjwlll barrel li a hood baxvllnR plum for Jhwttse germs It euQgruiconsider what the hog hall to oat Out In tbo alfalfa eounlry where grave and water are the bog teed there la very little tom of hogs Tho dairyman who bus skim milk to feed his hogs bouM know that the herd of cows Is tree from tuberculosis If ho gets Ida milk from the creamery ho should know It lice been pastenr fixed The tin IH an nrer fat antuifll prwIlKlXHcd hI illwaM1 We heed to Klve more attention 10 hU feed and shelter He le naturally a cl an animal If he can 1ft H will root In nnjtltliiK If compelled 10 KM Mn meals that way The CHty nftd Country Boy Tho city has may lit Jiaripr and qulchcr than the country boy when hes little but them generally couios a time whoa the city boy Is outr Insane Ho U unilom in had bnhili and Inokn nduranr and ti aijrliy to ihlnh TIMJ niurh iTitWilii don n1 urcni to work frt hI rein lo1 iilintas- Itovld j a Rood oH n 14hfor the I young turlya to nnI in and dont allow them to WHIVN HIT Their value Iq too EVJ to aiw 11111 tn take 111 11b 1 Itu 1 PRACTICAL POINTERS Make the Quarters Snug and Comfort able for tho Chickens for the Winter The moving of young fowls to snug quurtars In ono of tho autumn duties llv poultryman must not forget Sea that tho houses aro clean light and comfortable Broken panes of iloss In tho windows look bad and worst of all way cause curds and roup These cool dunp nights tho owner of a liDO flock Is incurring grave risks by keeping his birds In a looselybuilt houHo with a leaky root Fine healthy poultry and cold damp filthy houses aro not found In the samo firm Novo pick gecso later than tho last of October so they will have a warm coat at the beginning of winter It will pay to feed these fowls liberally on corn a month before limo to sell They show by their actions how much they enjoy a dry litter on tbo floor of their shed They can stand tho cold but damp quarters they do not iltca at all when thoy return from a plj grlniago through the cold and wet Thnro are many reason why ducks ore profitable They ate lose lablo to become diseased than any fowl la ex istence Little ducks are easy to raise anti after they get well started are likely to reach maturity unless they get out whorl the hogs are I have known tho old mother hogs to develop tulle n fondneflt for young duck Tbe silly little things wIll stumble right Into a hogs mouth Somo people maintain that a duck will oat lit head oft Thl la truu of any fowl If you give It all It will eat Duck are good foragers they will hunt a greet deal of their living and all of It when insects nN plentiful But It la best to throw them a little feed when they corn In from an nx ptorlng expedition They are rather Inclined to wander and feeding them a little when they come up gives them OH Idea aa to where homo hi Have you marked your turkeys so tI will not get mixed with your neighbors and cowan hard feelings It to not a good plan to feed young turkey with the cbtoka Feed these wild fowl regularly In one corner by- henieelve and dent forget to give them drinking water Tbe better you treat them the wore likely they are to tOme homo to roost The bean know a leap more than 0510 of the rolls that ear for them and by their actions thy tell its clear ly what th y want gate folks fled regularly which to the proper tnlnu to do but neglect to supply the drink lag water at regular intervale t is MQMlble tor poultry to live If watered Jut when tile owner thinks about It but they HevertbcteM suffer greatly tram thirst my1 Pannto M Rood la the Farm Journal It la their nature to drink often and It they tan hue water clean sad fresh at will they ra won certala to be comfortable healthy end proltable You would hardly like to drink water that stood out In the ran Sol hours The ehek MM do not reHeli Warm water say more than yon da and It does not agree with them Plod a shady fcwn lion for the drinking veaaol nod take rime to tine and Maid then once In n hlto The latter precaution help to proveot nhel1era and other troubles- A SECURE HIVE COVER Knirg etir n eta Dee Keeper W1Xh Mil i of Dee Journal Debates Objectionable 1 have sent you twa drawing thus tratinx what aeema to me to bl an Ideal cover You will readily see Its good qualities The beveled also nn d nteth permits of Its being j wkdged on the hivebody mi to speak Making It firm and secure tram blow Tart H1VB COVBU Inn off In a wlnitotorra Harry W Craven IfTAnatou Ill Your form p4 oovor would bo very oblAOtlonaU In spy opinion replies the editor ot OUa Inna In lice Cut tnra In that in tlnmp weather it would pates to be Unoched oft with a blow Almost any telescope cover will net alow 08 If the rim stick on two Inches and allows oneoltlhtbolDoIJ of play all around CACKLES It is more profltaulo to have the hone In tatting otntlltlon for the ported when prleea are high than it Is to ate tempt to preserve UI8 eggs until that time It paya to select broeoara the farm or who depends upon random selec tlon of his breeding Meek Is net striv lag for the belt at his enniBMin- dOrade the eg a before sending thorn to market not only as to dolor but as to else Keep the WR ones and tho little ones at h home end never send dirty once to market Exterminate the vermin by burning sulphur in the poultry house Bee sure that all fowls are outside and tho house closed t1 tiny so that non of th pood effects are lost Asparagus for Home tulle A few down oiparngus plants with spine care will supply the needs of an Tirtllusii y family Tho plant Tony be- sand In some lualnncoB nnitiK learnt fur ihi ronibiinl purpose of oriiuinont end mllltv in thit case salt will be lonul lirlldI for luAjtltiK down gram iuil wd With rmiurlng and salt ing I have Krawn n fair tirtlcio In this way for homo USP and been ncre that plfUKPd w ill tlio results In noTl il r11i lambs rho- r ttrzerd 1 uttr mutn ui0 I Abstinence for the Sake of Others SlIIIScboollesloalorHoy261905 Specially Prepared for This Paper I M2BSONTlXTlCorlOJ3a Memory verses 1133- OOLDJN TLXTJAt him that think eth ho Btandeth take heed let ho fall I Cor 1011 I TIMB1aul wrote this first letter to the i Corinthian church about A D 67 P7ACECOrtnth one of the moat worldly and luxurious cities of the time Comment and Suggestive Thought I V 23tAU things are lawful All things pertaining to the support of life such as eating and drinking and to its enjoyment In social Intercourse and pleasure Tho Christian is or should be the one free man In Gods world Not all aro expedient v A negative way of saying that some things that are lawful may yet bo harmful to ones self or to another Edify not Lit j orally do not build up The infer ence In plain If some things are In themselves lawful yet are found to tear down rather than build up char acter the Christian must stop to con elder wbat should be his attitude toward those things IV 24 No man No porsonman woman or child Seek his own Make It his own business to look after his own interests Hut every man etc Bet ter In fenced Version but each hU neighbors good We should bo unself ish in thought word and action I V 26 Whatsovor is sold In the sham bloc A shamble Is a slaughterhouse n place whore animals aro slain for food tho reference la to whatever meat has been sloln thus and is sold In the public market Such meat the apostle says the Christian may freely buy and lat asking noqu stlon lie Is not to fret himself or others by questioning how the animal was slain what tins be come of other portions of It or anything Of the sort If the meat appears to have been properly prepared so that It will be wholesome that Is all he needs to know Nor conscience sake You need have no conscientious scruples the matter InI I V JC For the earth Is the Lord and the fullness thereof This Bwiteaee was often used by the Jews as a graceI before meals I V 17 The first question cofiMrnlng what food the Christian pwr W Sa rhe market for his family bavin boon set tled the apostle now takes up the see ond ono needing a more oomplioated ntwww How can a Chrtftttnn partake of food at the table of a pagan frlcmd That believe not A pagan Bid you to n feast Invite you to a feast at bta lifMise Some had gone so far as to claim that Christians might tenet In an Idoltemple but Paul hall expostulated against his 101491 showing It to be an actual participation in Idolatry V 88 But If any man say unto you etc If anyone heathen host or guost or ChrMian guest There would be no Jew there for Jew never ate with Gentiles If anyone raleed the question then the matter was to be looked at ID another light TbtaJn sacrifice If m portion of the animal hue been ottered to a heathen doily fiat not for bill sake His questioning about It showed that he hall a feeling that one partaking of this neat was rendering homage to the Idol to whom part of It had beau dedicated hence for his sake the Chris tian had heR decline to oat of the meat V 30 Couscieeeo not thine own Not tetcautso you have any con scientious scruples of your own about the meat As the Apostlo has previously shown 86 an idol is nothing and food or aught else can be neither improved nor Impaired by any relation to It But of the other The eon science of the other man who raised the question To him you might do great harm If you allowed him to Judge from your online this meat that Idols and Idolatry were not so ball after nil Why Is my liberty Judged the Word judged has hero tho souse of con demned The question la Why haw another any right to oondemf what my conscience approves T The an swer must ho Ho has no swell right Judging and condemning ono another Is most unchristian but v SI vlll lend to the conclusion of this thought V 30 rollout the question In slightly dif fering ton- Y 30 By grace partaker Bettor IOU I partake with thankfulness The Christian recognises ovary good gift IUS from bill Heavenly Father and at heart It not audibly returns thanks to for food and drink and all other dally bono lJIII V 31 To the glory of God Consider How ado tho eating and drinking lllaIsolemnising thought that tho great God U glorified or dishonored by even trivial acts of His children Itho 32 Give none offense Do not net so na to offend the can science of any or cause him to stumble In his Christian course but rather RaeI rlftce personal preference in avoid hurting any V 32 I please all men in till Paul states his personal tieel thingsI qucwtlonn that have been Chap 9902 Practical Points V 2S The Christian la the one free mauJohn S8t V M A law which IB higher than the Mosaic low of moats and drinks rules the Christian lifeBorn 82 V 36 Let us thankfully onjoy our Heavenly Fathers good glfts1 Tim 14 V 3S We can gladly forego any per renal preference or pleasure for the sake of hnlplng another 1 Cor 813 V 32 WI mutt take heed Ices ly carelessness If not by evil patent M 1 cant otumblDgWockB In tho vay Jf au Kara HMi UNSINKABLE SHIPS NEXT Model at tho Naval Academy Shows How Bulkheads May De Cloud by Agency of Electricity Annapolis A very Interesting dem onstration of the long arm system for the preservation of ships after col lision or other accident by means of electrically operated doors and hatch ways controlled from a central point was given before the officers of the ma rind engineering department of tho naval academy of which Commander J K Barton Is head by representa tives of tho LongArm System company of Cleveland O This In one of the latest devices connected with marine engineering but already it has been applied to 15 vessels of tho United States navy and It Is being applied to lCmorc The department of marine engineer- Ing at tho naval academy has only boon In Its splendid new quarters for a few months but its collection of work Ing models of every mcclmniral appll truce connected with its brand ts wonderfully complete It has just completed tho Installation of a model long arm plant consisting of a sliding fnlk head door a hatchway cover and ho appropriate controllers motors and omergency stations These woro all operated In a smooth and satisfactory manner and the whole forms ono of the most interesting dovlces In the whole building In cases of emergency tho longarm system close all tho bulkhead doors and hatchways In tho ship from a con trol station placed on the bridge Just as if the oJeer could reach out and place his hand ott every door or hatch thus completing the cellular construe tlon of the ship that is tho system of construction by which the vessel In partitioned ore Into watertight corn partments By this prompt closing the vessel is made practically unsinkable and there are devices by which thorn Is no danger 10 anyone by tho sudden closing of doors or batches There are also devices by which tho doors or hatches can be opened and closed from either side so that there will Lo no danger of Imprisoning some ono In a compartment FIND STORMSWEPT CHILD Incident of the Galveston Hurricane Has n Joyful EndingIs Re turned Sate and Sound TexAlexanderwhoon September 8 1000 when ho was swept from the arms of his mother and carried to sea by the flood that swept over Galveeton and vicinity has been found sad restored to his parents Alexi under L Wrlghtand wife of League City this countyI The Wrights wore living In 1900 at Virginia Point n email railroad settle ment ncroes the bay from Galveston The hurricane swept the settlement out deepluandatedfrom shore From their homo which I was wrecked the Wrlghts were driven dtroredfheand carried to sea The parents mourned It as dead but the tidal wave after taking the Infant to sea brought It back and deposited It near Texas City 26 tulles away Here It was found the morning after the catastrophe and nurse back to life The child was not known and was sent to an asylum at Lultng A report of the childs story carne tc the ears of the Wrights who a few days ago found their long lost son adopted by a wealthy couple ten mites from Brownwood His foster parents agreed to give him up upon Identifi cation by birth marks MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov IT CATTLH Common 2 2C QS 26 Heavy steers 4 76 sr CALVB3 Kxtre 11 5 HOGS CO puckers 4 08 00 Mixed packers 4 08 SHEEP Xxtra 90gl 76 LAMBS Extra 7 3S KLOtlll Spring pat 5 36 tj 150 WHEAT No S ml S3fcf OVfe No 3 red 83 CORN Noi 2 mixed Q 46 No S white BR 50 OATS No 2 mixed fl 3315 ItVB No 8 72 G 7- 4IIAYCh timothy G 18 00 pome Mewt mz y LAHD Stum Ip 7 87- ISUTTHR Ch dairy UJ IS Choke creamery sj 6K A PlLBS Choice 3 00 tt 4 on POTATOES Per bbl 2 00 Q S 36 TOBACCO New BOO tj 18 nu 01114 BO mi 73 Chicag- oFLOURWinter pat 110 O L 30 WHEAT No 2 rod 8GV4 S73 No a red SO Q 8i COHN No 2 mixed Q IS ilOUYBNo New York PLQUII Win atrtt S 06 0 410 WIIBVT No 2 red CP OOH CO11X No S mixed 9 5- 5jArsNo 2 mixed U16ItVlfr Wentern to if IOHK Mew ItJIlj W- iUAIIU ateaui 71i tp 7 BO Baltimore VIlBATNo 2 roil p SS ly COUN No 2 Jnlsed tt G3yt QATTIlt Steers 4 on u 4 60 SIIIliPNo 1 00 if r0 Louisville WHEAT No 2 rod 91 V M COHNNo 2 mixed 60JJOATS No J nixrd 2jfji y 1 OHK SltHW WV n 1 AKU Steam p 7 30 IndimpollsI eOasI 41 ss OTS i 3 in oed r i fC7J e e 1 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES I Phone 188 Richmond Ky a I 3- J i OUT FLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS I iL m Fo +o+oo+ooooootoo+o+o+o+o+oo o o1OOII +o o o I iTHE+ opiecesHOUSECLEANING SEASON 4 iFURNITORE CARPET or MATTING 2 iTake a Look Through Our Stock cano+ IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD + New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines e S 25 T8O and W35 worth l5O f60 and ISO S 1 j CRUTCHER EVANS o 0 Jopllnt Old Stand Richmond Ky Day rhone 75 Ilgbt Pboucl74ec uJO +OJOJo +o+o+o+oo+orn+aJo ro+o+o+o+oo+oo+o+od od o+ n Carriage Satisfaction Here PhaetonsRunabouts Comfortable bodyIInisbcarriages iiivaiinbly give thanNOWWe repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C F HIGGINS Pp Richmond KY Madison Roller Mills Mfi Manufacturers Fancy Roller Floras Core Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor wilt be hard to beat PRIDE Of is anotber hrcellcnt Flour I Potts NM8fl2l4le1 Ducrson I I VUto SuUom Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May If 1905 Going North train 4 Dally LUHVO Berna04qa m- ArrivelVchmond415 a m Arrivo Paris5 4 a m- ArrivuCinrinuati7xt0 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave DOlfa1 B2 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Paris 880 p m Arrive Cincinnati 010 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Horea 111 p ui Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea1i17 a in Arrivo Euoiville TOO a in carryl1utf1and Knaxtlllc In both direction Trains num ben 1 eb4 4 Barry Ilillinin vettlbulod Slreplng rar and coaches betwten Cluoiunxtl and Kcoz Tllle In toll llrcrlloniu W H lOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RY CO Time table In sect April IS Ins RAST KODSP oi 01 No Vreatlie I0jrnm j n lpin Nlehntaerllle IIU tr patsy Viva 1134 7W Irhloe4 rll 11V- IrRWUIIIIICI no I i m 431 a a- 7JliIrvine 111- 1Ieetlyrllle 4IerHUO JJa1l1We Jt ile taw VVSST Horvn o2 No 4 1 t- tncanh 7Ma u 11 p m Nlhnlurille Ai 1 Valley View jJI JQS Klchinoiul Iv I OU 13- 1Jthhlolld er 7 tT m tJI nlo etepnc 1LD tQiawuyeille 1000a s- eatgyrlne Jet an 1050 n2aud r lend S mate io emedoneatH- kllnarilb lotiiJ font I xiuxu ii eu4 cinel- natl aud 11 Veuallee to end Iron Khelbjrvilla nul lnntvllle No 0 cauir f ar llenliyvlll luuriiou for J kvin Kiir IJt further lutormt UaustldiFniiiy 1ocei aims r XK bMVH0 arr1e Buggies SurriesTraps DurableGraceful j Useful i Stylish County I MADISON Calla T J MobcrJeyo and see the best line of- COLLARS TEAS HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Cafi youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity 3fy shop is thp not complete anrlI uptodato in this part of the State i for doing all kinds of Watch and Clock i Jowolry Repairing EtcfI do work for the most prouimtut I vicinityWorksout exprefeo I will Imo prompt attention and charges paid ono w- aISKENTLCEI G FRANKLIN I I erar I I I I I I I I I I I H 1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I II I I 111 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES L r t t r t fr11 1 1 11 I I I I 1 1 I I 11 I Mrs J A Tatum sold four turkeys I this week for 1012 One of them weighed 37 pounds and brought 408 Who next Rev M K Tosco will supply the pulpit of the Congregational Church next Sundaymorning Died on Scaffold Hill Thursday Nov 10 John Rice Kimbrell aged nearly 83 years Mr Kimbroll was the last survivor of Green B Kim broils family and had lived on the place where he died for the past 40 years Ho was the father of eleven children He died in the Christian faith mourned by his children and respected by his neighbors Two droves of turkeys and one drove of geese have passed on toward Richmond this week Hope all the turkeys are not leaving the country What is Thanksgiving without a turkeyThe meetings at the Baptist church continue There is good attendance and good attention Although there seems to have been but little response as yet there can be no doubt that such sermons as those being preached will do good Died at the residence of her mother on Jackson street Alice Short aged sixteen years E M Preston died suddenl at his residence on Sundaymorning A little son of Mrs Short fell and was quite badly hurt on Tuesday morningMr H Mackeyof Cincinnati has arrived in Berea to take charge of H M Racers barber shop Mr Racer will soon start out again as an entertainer and lecturer Hogs cows and other stockare seen altogether too frequently on our streets and in our yards An exam plo should be made occasionally so that we will remember that there is a stock law on the books Ernest Hays one of the appren tices in the Printing Office was made glad this week by the receipt of a bag of nuts and apples from his motherMrs Ogg have a dinner to four of her friends in honor of Mrs Luxon of Islington whose husband is here for the shooting J Tho Misses Hanson have returned i from the meeting of the Y M C AI l convention at Chatanooga i A Mrs Richmond is visiting her cousin Mrs Spencer Jesse Anderson is in the Hospital being ill with typhoid fever Sidney Combs has sold his house on Estil street to Joe Evans who has moved in Mr Combs is building another house on the same street i Estilstreet is the new street being i opened from the corner of the Bap t tist church lot to Forest Avenue Edward Anderson and son are build ing the house for Mr Combs Mr Logsdon who is to take the Preston stand after January 1was in town this week with his sonin law who is in business with him in Panola Mr Logsdon has rented his house and store at Brassfibld but has not yet disposed of his store at Pauola The result of the recent prosecu tions has been a marked improve ment in the conditions of the town The jug and tho box trade and the i accompanying disorders have almost completely ceased The pastors of Baron have planned a union meeting to be held at the Parish House in the interest of law and order next week Everyone interested is asked to attend It is proposed to effect an organization for the purpose of continuing tho workalready done for the suppres sion of the liquor traffic in Berea There is to be a gathering of people who live on Broadway at the home of Rev Mr Thomson Friday night to arrange for a series of recreation evenings for the winter months Dr Gorton of the Utica N Y Knitting Company has sent several largo bags of odds and ends of the knitting mills for the use of the UnjonchurchPresident Frost entertained tho pastors of the town and their wives at dinner Tuesday evening Mr Hudson and Mr Hays return ed from a ton days trip through the mountain counties of Jackson Breat bitt Clay Owsley and Perry and they report a very pleasant time They visited several of the homes o our Berea students and on Saturday and Sunday stayed at the home of Gaytkilled a wild hog seven years old which they had the pleasure of sampling On Sundayafternoon they held services at Whipforlair Schoolhouse Oweley County r r Thanksgiving Day In this issue of tho citizen we print both the Thanksgiving Proclamatioi of President Roosevelt and that of Governor Beckham both able dorum ents and both setting forth abundant reasons why the people of tho United States and the people of Kentucky in particular should bo thankful And it is good for the soul not only to bo thankful but to openly express our thanksgiving Therefore let those proclamations be kept not only in tho spirit but in the forum as well Let us all so far as possible gather in our accustomed places of worship and there give thanks to God for his bloss ings to us as a people If there is no service at your church houses make one Call tho people together there or in some dwelling house told road the Bible songs of praise and thank the Giver of all gifts for all the blessings that lave conic to us this year They are moro than wo can well believe and it will do us good to recall them Lot us keep Thanksgiving day in tho good old way of the fathers with eating the fat and drinking the sweet and sending portions to those who are in need as well as with thanks to God for tho plenty with which he has blessed our labors rrrli1rnt Thnnkgklug ProclamAtion When nearly three centuries ago the first settlers came to tho country which has now become this groat re public they fronted not only hardship and privation but terrible risk tq their lives In those grim years the custom grew of setting apart one day in each year for a special service of thanksgiving to the Almighty tot preserving the people through the changing seasons The custom has now become national and hallowed by immemorial usage We live in easier and more plentiful times than our forefathers tho mon who with ruggedstrength faced tho rugged days and yet the dangers to national life are quite as groat as at any pro vious time in our history It is emi nently that once a year our people should set apart a day for praise and thanksgiving to the Giver of good tend at tho same time that they express their thankfulness for the abundant mercies received should manfully acknowledge their shortcomings and pledge themselves solemnly andin good faith to strive to overcome thom KDuringtho past year we have been blessed with boun prosporityhasevorstood on as high a level of ma terial wellbeing as ours now stands We are not threatened by foes from without Tho roes from whom we should pray to bo delivered are our own passions appetites and follies and against those there is always need that we should war Therefore I now set apart Thurs day tho thirtieth day of this Novem her as a day of thanksgiving for the past and of prayer for the future and on that day I ask that throughout the land the people gather in their homes and places ofworship and in rendering thanks unto the Most High for the manifold blessings of the past year consecrate themselves to a life of cleanliness honor maydomanner worthy of those who founded it and of those who preserved it In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused tho seal of the United States to be affixed THEODORE ROOSEVELT TtmnklllvlJ lromm Following is the program of the Thanksgiving entertainment to IHJ given by the Model Schools at tho NO1emberI ThanlugMngj from the IHHe- t Chant The Imis Prayer y SonT Jack 0Ianterni andrumpldn Moe 4 Illsleryof TJi nk gMng Senior Seventh Grade S Thanluglvtng Song Junior Fourth and Ifftb Grade 6 Thanksgiving entertainment Junior Sixth and Seventh Grades y Thank glng Hymn Senior lirterrufli lte L OtlUttienlea Drill Primary g A Sympo Ium how we get Setter Fruits sa Improved S00 from wild Stock Weodwn Baldwin b Theory of Omfttag and Buddlnc Verne SeJiubuker c Demonstration of Spike Grafting James Dawson d Demonstration ef Top 0rafting Kdward CulbcrUon e Demonstration of Faith Grafting Olenna Ietereon ScivnerfJunior Highlit Orade It Thanksgiving Ilctutcn Senior Intermediate Grade u a Recitation The Ultle Puritan b Song Thanksgiving preparation Primary ly Meeting of the Mouths Junior Eighth Grade 14 Chinese lantern Drill Junior Fourth and Fifth Grades 15 Chorus Speed Our Republic Gradei t tN I I I I I I I I II I I I HHHHH College Items HERE AND THERE 1 t HI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I I 1 James A Muncy who is now teaching at Tracofork Ky expects to be with us for the winter terms Nannie Click of Korby Knob will bo in for the winter Hiram Motcalf termIMunden Kansas for the winter term Model Schools will give a IIfhnnksg in program at tho Tuber evening November 28th Exorcises will begin at seven oclock Chinn Hudson of Hugh KyM Will be back for tho winter term Montgomery Houcholl of Ogle Clay County who is now touching at that place will bo hero for the winter terns Mr Ellis P Landphair who was horo in 1001 is now in St Paul Minn in tho employ of thou Northern Pacific Railway Company He writes Boron did so much for mo that I cannot do otherwise but hold her dour to mo I ofton feel homesick to go back and believe that I would enjoy the visit We aro always glad to hear from our old students Mr W A hulls Superintendent of the American Sunday Sohool Union whose headquarter tire in Cleveland Ohio spent Thursday in Boron Tho first of tho emorgonoy dormi tories for boys is rapidly approach ing completion Itwill contain eighteen neat rooms These build are now like tho bar containslnicol soon bo bogun In place of the Monday Lecture Professor Rigby arranged a musical recital this week which was very in teresting and much enjoyed The Alpha Zota and the Phi Delta Literary Societies hire arranged a joint debate to oonw off early in January Tho subject for debate hi President Roosovolts proposed rail road legislation Riley Bogga ono of our good Clay county boys will bo hore this wiiitor to onntinuo his school work Clarence Gould of Estill county will bo with us again this winter Luther Shadoin will be with us again this winter Resolutions Capt James Wont lost G A IL at its meeting on tho JSlh lost adopted the following resolutions Whereas Comrado L C Duncan a Past Commander of this post and one of its charter members on time 11th of the prosont month pissed over to the other sido Resolved that iu the loath of Corn rade Duncan our post has lost ono of its most faithful and useful momhers tho community an orderly and ex omplary citizen and Christian gentle mar and his family a devoted hus band and father Resolved that wo oxpross to tho bereaved family our deep and loving sympathy in this timo of iiflllction Resolved that a copy of theso resolutions bo furnished time bereaved family and another to tho Citizon with tho request that they bo pub lished L V DOP- OB1M B RAMSCT Q LUNHJUIT f Committee ROCKCASTLE COUNTY MOUNT VERNON The Editor made a flying visit to Mt Vernon Friday last and found it a busy thriving place beautiful for situation and peopled by men and women who take a pride in thoir homos Beside its other lumber interests common to most of tho rust of tho mountain railroad towns it inns a mill for cutting out axe mat took hatchet and hummer handles which uses up about eight cords of hickory ovnry working in the your It also has a brickmaking industry and a limoburning plant tho latter presenting a busy scene and giving work to several hands Mount Vernon is also tho home of time Signal a Democratic paper that flourishes in tho midst of an over whelming Republican majority Tho roosqn for this is that tho Signal is a clean paper standing for the bust things in time county edited by a clean conscientious man who stands by his colors The most interesting industry of Mount Vernon to a stranger however is the Ginseng and Golden Soul Nursery of Mr SC Franklin Mr Franklin is a pioneer in this industry which he carrion ou as a sido issue to his regular business us a jeweler Ho Jlas an acre in cultivation devoted to these plants and has quite a thriving business supplying seeds and roots to those who wish to try tho culturo of these plants Ho publishes a pamphlet describing their culture which he prints himself Mount Vernon is an interestI for a bettor acquaintance with both The InterChurch Conference Time Tutor church Conference on Federation mentioned in tho Citizen of last week has hold its meeotiug and adjourned Little attention has been paid to ilby tho grunt dailies but it is a step towards something that will have more influence upon humanity than oven time establish gtIvornmollI torn millions of professing Christians mot on Nov IB and adjourned Nov 21 after considering a series of topics covering nearly every move mont now being made for tho bettor mont of humanity in its relation to tho church as n whole But first and foremost in the discussions and running through thom nil was tho idea of federation such a union of forces as shall prevent tho duplica tion of work under which the world now sulfurs It is not thought that denominations could bo done away by such a conference but it was and is hoped that by a candid discussion such a cooperation between tho denominations might bo secured us would do away with tho waste of effort and money that is now soon on every hand A prominent layman of the Con grogatiotml holy declared The two words which express tho principle that rules today in tho business world are cooperation and economy to It is n grievous fact that in no other lino of work is there such a waste as that arising from tho lack of oo op oration and economy in tho work of the churches Tho reports of the Conference aro yet too meagre for ono ncjeomplisbedsuch a Conference and of the turn nimity with which tho ahurchus sent delegates to it proves thud the churohoB tho most conservative bodies in the world are beginning to ask To whit purpose is this waste Fun and Business If you want to get good warm Winter Clothing for a little money go to tho New fork Clothing Stun on Depot street Bass Ky An Innlnunllon Mrs Hoou Deneon Grimm issuer a good man Mr Iloon YQS but I wonder if ho doesnt sometimes suffer from Cull ftalunco rogTom Watsons Maga tine DOARUBBS WAhrsvLodgiugs and table board can be had at tho home of tho Rev Amos Stout for four jKirsons Would also furnish table nt to four others W ritlog Nor Onli- Wlmt aro money orders pa Your mothers letters to me when Bho Is on a YftOtltionJUIlgo NOTIOIICallon the Town Mar shal and pay your Town Tax I will be compelled to advertise all taxes not paid by December 1 1005 CouhiOhrwtll night Dentist He is ono of tho most un grateful mien that I ever met Friend Why f Dentist Just as soon as I fixed his teeth ho started to chow tho rag over tho bill Take Laxative Cold Cure at night anti feel 0 K in tho morning At Porter Drug Co Pure Breed Cockerels I have a few puro bred Rceo Comb Whito Leghorn Cockerels which I will sell at CO cents each while they last THIS IS A BARGAIN SO DONT MISS IT For vigor vitality uildeggs nothing surpasses tho Leghorn Will have eggs for hatching early in tho spring Call and see tho stock M L SPINK Boron Ky Phone 1513 rings A Farm of 100 Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles of Bores College 00 acres cleared 40 acres in timber Good log house weathorboarded with 2 fireplaces Good Orchard good Water good Barn and Well Fenced Is wolf worth 2000 but will take 1100 Call at once on J PI BICKNELLReal FOR SALE See J W HERNDON for Cow Food and Baled Hay 3 miles from I Barea on Richmond pike +ootOo1o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o o+o+o+o+00+o+o+o+o+o+o + O o4 0 o i Fumigators and- Disinfectants t + Q I i o + o + 0 + Q- o + I 0 the doctor told ou the ttare goingto move sooiuand you would liko to disin 1feet the new hoipe before you move in 1+ +o 0+ + I o If you dont know what to use tIcall and let us suggest something t0o i 0Vo+ 0 know a lot about em and deem oursolvos com+ 1 potent to advise what to use i o to + 0 i The Porter Drug Cot I t LlCOlltOKfIW t 0 0- O 0 o+ +O +o+o+c+o+o+o+O+O+O+0+o+o+o+o4o+o+o+0o+o +o+o+o+ Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I j for Men 300 250 and 200 for fe Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 Tin rp Utlen ot W L DmiglM hues fw Hjta cMvfmt aad ve r h known enrjrhro throughout UM wurU Thqr have U gte batter MtUUcttoo than other imU tdaave the lUwltrd IM always Uae Inland rWfh that the wear eneiprtt rear to IMr m Mjr lh a they taw get Iwwfcm We carry a full line and can insure a perfect j fit inspection Inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 100000000000 i SHOES I SHOES i 0 SHOES i o 0 u o S 0- o Wo sell the famous WalkOver Shoes for Men 0- o and Women the best shoo on earth for tho price 00Iio0 o 0- o 0 I The New Cash Store Io RHODUS GREEN PROPS i0 I 00000000000000000000000000 1 1 v iII I I III II IIt 1111111111111 I I I I I I 111 I I I II I I I HH JEastern Kentucky News Bs corrtiponieBM pobllihed amen iljnea la foil by tb writer Tbi urns U sot for prtUMtloi bat u to rldeBc ol rood faith Writs plalnlj V I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J I J I I 11 MADISON COUNTY HARTS Nov 12 November has brought H some very One weather BO far early everybody is through gather iug corn The oars UfO not BO largo but what they can bo handled nil right in this part of the country Misa Ella Lake who has boon absent from her school for two weeks of mckness has returned She ill much loved by her pupils1Ve are letting the Sundayschool hero go down for n while on account of no stove Wo should get to hustling around and making preparations for n stove im mediately Dalt Waddlo paid us I quiet it pleasant visit Sunday evening Green Lake of Evergreen was hero FridayMrs Bickneil is gutting alongfairly well with her school at this place Ambrose McHono has gone to Illinois whore ho will reside over winter November has prcsont wl Mrs A C Hart with a baby hay who is verysweetMiss Minnie Waddle guru the young people of Scaffold Cane a bean hulling Satur day night winch was enjoyed very much Alfred Gadd was in this vi cinity Sunday Kollie Davis who has been quite sick is bettor But Ood CIYu what we nee Mlttnutlut though we be And afttrutght- Tbtreeometh I I light Prom feet IB ut u+ hue DREYFUS Nov 20W C Ogg is very poor lywith typhoid fovor Georgo liengo and Jake Perkins of Hugh Ky attended Sundayschool here Sunday Lewis Sandliu of King i ton made a business trip to Rich mail Saturday Hoy and Dora ludson wore the guests of Miss rthn Ogg of Needmoru Sunday Mrs J C Powell made n business ip to Boron iwople on Monday of iis weekMrs Maggie Ogg of M rea is visiting W C Ogg and funnily this weekMiss Jtortlm Baker was thu guest of Misses Eva and Flossie linker Sunday Kov J P Ulcknell of Boron prwichwl at the Christian church Sunday Will Coylo BUll wife of Heron wore visit ing W B Dakar autl family lost week Thorn have boon four hunters from Paris Ky lodging at John PowollH this wtookns follows Messrs Walker Sluir Dudloy Brannon Thomas Rico anti D K Riddoll Mrs Sallie Powell has been visiting her father Dint Lame this week Link Nickison prove a boon hulling Saturday night to the young folks of this vicinity All enjoyed thorn solves noMrs Tombs and daugh tar of Otvsloy county are visiting Mrs Combs sister Mrs Kinnoth Hundley HICKORY PLAINS Nov 17 Charley Venerable nud ainiljr of Kingston novel lost week to their farm purchased of Tom Mo McKcchan for t500 Mr and Mrs Joe Mnupin of Kingf ton and Mr William Porcival of Pinevillo spent Sundaywith Kink MoKeehun nUll family John Halloa is moving to his now homo purchased of Pitt Bongo Mrs Sherman Settle of Kingston will spend Saturday with her parents Mr and Mrs Harrison Kinnard A box tIpper will lw hold I at Kingston High School building Thanksgiving night MissoH Ida I and Lizzie Maupin will spend Sun day with Miss Mary Wilwju Mrnnd Mrs John Slasher and Mrs Morkoll spent Sunday with Bailee Wilson and family Mm Thana McKcphan was the guest Wednesday of Mrs Dan Maupin Mrs Bud Johnson and son John and Mrs Johnsons niece Miss Bosflio Johnson visited over last Saturday with relatives at Lox ington OWSLEY COUNTY CAB BAN0 Nov 17Wo are having bountiful weather Tho farmers are very busy gathering their corn which proves to bo an excellent crop this year C B Gabbard was in Leslie county last weak on business Letchor Gubbnrd was nt Boouovillo Henry I and Elmer Gabbardwere on Doe Creek Thursday Jas 11 Gahbaro was on Cow Creek Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives A big baby boy arrived nt the homo of Mr cud Mrs Wrn Huff Friday night lti ill seems to be tho happiest man in Indian Creek Uncle Samuel Smith of Cow Creek tiled Wodnes tuy night after being ill 0111a fow taysH II Klce has sold out his storehouse to Garrett Brothers of White Oak Tho people of Indian Crook are sorry to lose Mr like as- a merchant but tho Garrett Brothers will continue to soil nt li ices old stand and wo hope tletat success Tho farmers are all pleased with their crop this year as it is yielding o- xcollenUyT J Flunery of Doe an ear of corn which had thirtytwo rowi of grain on one I 1 Ivl I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I I I II I I I cob Walker Wilson of Boonovillc died Thursday morning after sulfur ing for over two weeks He was shot by n Mr Osborno on Meadow Crook It is said that Wilson and Osborno wore both drinking nnd that they hind been gambling for mouoy JISownllthirtylourth sand majority Mr Sownll Is n re publican JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Nov 20Prnnk Ball has returned from Hamilton and ho says more of the boys who wont from hero will bo in pretty soon School horo stwniH I latelyTheand that is very small for so largo a school It seems as if the pnronts are not interested in tho future wel fare of their children P G Log ston is having n now house eructed on Hud Lick whore ho expects to move as soon as ho complottts his house Wo are sorry to loeo such a man out of our neighborhood P 0 Logston has tho youngest tie hutilor in the State He is about elevou years old anti drives n tram twelve dayhauling tu10phoullIut guitarOUOMMr anti Mrs H Young toro tire guests of Mr and Mra Jito Thomp son Sunday Mr and Mrs Bud Isaacs wore tho guests of Mr and nightMiss of SundnyMrsDMr and Mrs J E Parsons at pro Bont Sovarnl from this pines atten SundRYJnoof Moron are up on business Nov 2OHev B Wells preached an interesting sermon to tho jKiople of Blauton Flat Sunday Harvay and Isaac Osbbwrlof Wagenvillo jMssod hore Sunday on their way to McKee on bntiinues 0 M ParemtB attended church nt Wind Care Sun day and reports n fine time W IS Bogloy of London was in our viol nity last week talking Insurance to tho people lIe ropreont the Mas snohusotts State Mutual Turner Kolloy and J II Sparkman took policies of a thuitwiud hollers eaoh Quito a number of our young folks attended church Sunday at Blantoii Flat Among the ladies wore Miss Samira tlllhrt Willie Cox ami Luu AloorllP G Logedou is the busiest man in our community hauling tiesA B Coffey has an attack of grip at jffosent Murried on the 17th inst at tho Ironic of tho bride Miss HOBU Goosey to Mr Thonuts Hiohanlsou May thoir path be strewn with flowers nUll may they bo wolcumed with smilaH whore over their steps loud the way Mls os Cynthia Aloorn and Anne Kellt y spent Sundayou Station Comp South Fork School district No 18 is progressing nicely under earn of Miss May Sparkman Attondanco lest ever known John Blanton says business is very goodAll people wanting patent medicine call on him Dr L W Harrison of Alcorn says he will leave at the first of the car for tho medical school nt- LouIAillo Mr Harrison seems to bo making a good impression on thr tuntrySupt t- MUlors Crook Estlll county vhm ho has purchased property Mins Maggie Fowler visited friends at Stutiou Cnmp Inst week n The country is full of fox hunters John Thompson boasts of running a fox through G M Pnrsonss barn tin other night Smith Blaok visits our neighborhood looking after tho strive business Sidney L Webb loft our village Saturday nighUU a lain hour CUll you guess whySomu of the pooplo of our county like to law quite woll Thoro aro liftysovon witnesses summoned in tho Fowler and Lakes case now fending for Tuesday th- e21stJ M Coyle of Red Lick is in our vicinity at present buying cI1UloOur cattle men report wattle low in market EVERGREEN Sept 28Wo nro having some very fine weather now but Emory G Amyx says this is just Indian sum mer There was n social given to the boys nnd girls nt Rev Goo Gatllffs Saturday night last Misses Allie and Etta Sparks attended church at Sycamore Sunday Misses Mlle Drew nud Aura Lake attended church nt Clovorboltom Mrs Lucy Lake and Jake Lake paid Mrs Nannie Hammond flying visit last week Wm Sparks went to Berea last week J logIi says ho has more than both pockets full of money Roy Drow ono eyed Roy has swopped his mulo for n flint saddle tnoroWtll Williams inns just completed his barn Ho says his stock inns suffered their past of trouble but now thoy will never know it is llIlorWo are thankful to say that our prayer meeting anti Sundayschool fine Grove is still in progress W F Amyx and Wit liam Hammond have just returned from Cincinnati Jnmofl Lake re turned homo from Valley View hast weekIino Grove school is pro grassing nicely Somo of tho stu dents contemplate going to some winter suhoolAll tho girls and boys are invited to tho box sapper nt fine Grove Say girtnUll buys did you know that Christmas will soon bo horo f ALCORN Wo publish tho following letter from Mr A II Williams of Alcorn1 nt his request nod fcoliug that all minds nro now or should bo dis charged will consider tho incident closed Alcorn Ky Nov 20 To the Citizen Borea Ky As thoro have boon several shots fired ut mo by your correspondent nt Drip Hook I foal it my duty to cor rust a fort of tho uiisstntotnentB that have been made In his letter of Out 80 ho anya Only yesterday ho was hero electioneering for a bolter candidate for Justice of tho Peace which statement if I understand what n bolter in is untrue As Mr Perry wits Booking election for tho first time and had never run in any primary election nnd been defeated I did not and do not consider him u bolter Your Correspondent thou oonolmloe Tho voters horo are stir prised at so strong a Republican as Mr Williams leaving his party Now I will say that I nm n Republi oar and believe in tho principles ad vocated by tho grand old Republican party but I also believe in law and ordor morality nud religion and that I owe it to my slate my country my district and my homo to vote for tho host qualified teen who ask my support Furthermore Ihavd made no con fession and no statement that I will never do 00 any more tho I have said and that if I have douo or wid anything during tho recent elec ties that any one is offended at I am ready and willing to make a manly apology to that one Instead of ask lag the Lord to forgive me for what I hare done I auk him still to guide IM iu what I fuelaud believe will be- tell dealing In hl8 sight With malice toward none and charity toward all I am Fraternally YoursA WILLIAMS Premiums Arrangement have been made by which serums of the firmest products of The Natioual Art Company of Now York are offered M premiums to now subscribers These pictures are con lea of famous paintings and are really what tires purport to bo works of art As long as the supply lusts one will bo given to each now subscriber who pays for ono year iu advance They are of nil shapes and sizos from four bysix to ton by twenty lurches anti tho most of them are in tended to bo fastened to a mat for framing They can bo soon by may ono calling at the office of tho Citizen r SOUR STOMACH Is acommon and distress complaintIt of protesting against Improper hastily devoured or too hearty meals and If the warn lag is unheeded serious results will follow When your stomach I rebels at this abuse It becomes inactive your food fer ments gases form and there is trouble ahead The quickest safest and surest way to conquer this condition and prevent its return ia to immediately commence the use of Dr Caldwells Syrup Laxattof Pepsin I putthinsIt is just what your stomach needs One trial of this wonderful preparation wlllconvlnccou thatour foun experienceDrobtained In both dollar and halfdollar druggistsYour refunded U ItI does not benefit you Your potUI card refjneil will bring by return man our new booklet DR CALDWELLS 1J00 oP WONDK cad tree sample to those who have never tried Uui woodtrtiu remedy Send for It today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Montleello Illteete For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY News in Kentucky 1 MARRIES A YOUTH Mrs Wm Moore Weds on First Anni versary of Husbands Death Lexington ICy Nov 22The marriage of Mrs William Moore widow of the man who was killed one year ago by throo negroes on North Lime stono street has so Incensed her chil dron that thoy threaten to excludo her and hor husband from the house on Carlisle avenue whon they return from their honeymoon Mrs Moore was married In Maysvllie Ky to William Kroll 16 years hor Junior the wedding being celebrated on tho first an niversary of her husbands assassina Lion Kroll has been boarding with tho Moore family for several months and thoy havo occupied tho house which was given to them by public subscription after tho head of tho tam fly was shot down in cold blood IN AN ELECTION FIGHT An Aged Man and HI Two Sons Placed Under Arrest Mayklng Ky Nov 22Unelo Wil liam Caudill aged nearly 70 one of tho bestknown mon in Lotcher county together with his two sons Henry and William Caudlll jr wore arrested on tho charge of cutting and stabbing Stephen T Frailer a prosperous young farmer on election day Novena ber 7 Frazlor died Thursday of his wounds Tho old man and his two sons wero taken to Whltosburg where they wore placed In the await day their examining trials WodnesII DRIVEN TO SUICIDE R T Warnock Blew His Brains Out With a Shotgun Tygart Ky Nov 22Worry over financial troubles caused IU T War nook a prominent man of this place to blow out his brains with a shotgun In a roadway near his homo Warnock had boon declared a bankrupt but had not secured his dis charge owing to the pressing of claims of some creditors Ho left a note written at the supper table while his wife was In the kitchen explaining his deed Mr Schmltzs Will Newport Ky Nov 22The will of John SchmlU was probated lIe leaves his entire estate to his wife Anna SchmUz and names her aa ex ecutrix without bond A peculiar part of tho will is that the decedent Is men cloned throughout the Instrument as Mr Sohmltz and he signs his name In that manner Dies on Eve of Brothers Wedding Bellevue Ky Nov 2S Edward He rlgel 26 died on the eve of his broth ers wedding Recently ho fell from a scaffold and received fatal Injuries The wedding of his brother Frank slid Mien folio Schuler daughter of Secre tory Schulor of the Bellevue board of education however was solemn tied The Decision Reserved Frankfort Ky Nov 22Tho In suit to tho Loulsvlllo It1Ilboatswas argued beforo Judge Barker of the court of appeals Ho reserved his decision The Mill Resumed Work Covington Ky Nov 22Who state mont circulated last week that the Republic Iron and Steel Ooa mill in this city had closed down never to bo op erated again was refuted completely when all tho men In the finishing department resumed work Judge King and Bride Cincinnati Nov 22 Judgo F E King who was recently chosen to a Judicial position by his party at Cyn thlana Ky arrived at the Grand hotel with his bride They were mar Fled but a few days ago and came hero for a honeymoon trip First Time In 15 Years Cincinnati Nov 22Mrs M A Pogue of Klomlngsburg Ky arrived at the Palace hotel to meet her husband J R Pogue of Nebraska They had not seen each other for 1C years and met here by appointment to talk over their affairs Took the Oath of Office Lou I IIVllle Ky Nov 22Surround ed by 150 floral pieces and a throng of friends and after a prayer by Rev Dr Francis Beattle of the Louisville Presbyterian Thological seminary Paul Barth took tho oath of office as mayor Grain Rates Raised Louisville Ky Nov 22 Orders have been Issued by the Central Freight association for an Increase of two cents in Illinois Louisville and Cincinnati grain rates apparently thus satisfying East SU Louis shippers IContest About Costs Nov 22The court of appeals affirmed the Kenton circuit court in the caso of Johnson against Davidson rho suit was tho tagend of the JohnsonDavidson contest for mayor of Covington of S J Burford 1DeathKy Nov 22S J Bur ford died of pneumonia Ho was ono of tho organizers of the RhodesBur ford Co which has a chain of 43 fur niture stores throughout tho country Ihe Horgis men will contest the at Jackson Ky on the ground of bribery dud iBtlmltati B It r Furniture IS a Necessity B f mYou must have it to make your home K look and feel comfortable 2K i6for the winter There is no better JK to buy than now and we hnveW I 1i6i W 1 LOUIS 0 LESTER i6Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave W I l Phone 93fcCut Prices on American Fence Wire 7 Wire 26 in high d 20c per rod 9 Wire 39 in high 25c per rod 10 Wire 47 in high rj 28c per rod II Wire 55 in high 30c per rod A R SETTLE Jr Berea CollegeFOUNDED 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 Courso with agriculture for young mon and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLSCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years NORMAL COURSESFor toachors Three courses leading to County Certificate State Certificate and State Diplomae ACADEMY COURSESFour yours fitting for College for business and for life ICOLLEGEdegrees COURSES Literary Sdentifio Classical leading to MUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hore to help all who will holp themselves toward n Christian education Our instruction is u free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to uncut expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for full term of 14 weeks may bo brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Full term opened September 13 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congrega tionallsts Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations j For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky GREAT CENTRALS C II A DlVre MarnuettrC C Jt L The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Trains All New to TOLEDOAND DETROITTalaottait Charlevoix Petoskey Bay View Wequetonsing Harbor Springs Cheap Homeseekers rates to points in the West and South Inquire of C H c D agents for lull particu lurs or address D G EDWARDS P T M WINE advice Dept MonumentsURNS STATUARY i or-f Granite and Marble Monumental work kinds done in a like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All work guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Streets CincinnatiDRAGGING down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which caaIattack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally come irregular painful scanty profuse periods wasteful weaken ing drains dreadful backache headache nervousness dizziness irritability tired feeling Inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The cure is OF CARDUI I Womans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which organsCardululates the muscles to pull the womb up into place- It Is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints WRITE US A LETTER In strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send free In plain scaled envelope Ad dress Ladies Advisory The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn of all workman our is or I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster GrovesMo and my menses were very painful and irregular Since taking CanJui I feel like a new woman and do not Suffer as i did per NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST s J rlntelli rcnce Collected and Glvei I to Oar Readers in a Con- densedl Form DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ITEMS A Summary of Prominent Events That Havo Taken Place During the Past Few DaysThe Movements of Government Officials Aginrkuv Unorders aro increasing IE Russia Bho estate of Prlnco Kassat klne Rootkottsky In tho Novoskol dls trlcL has been sacked by peasants who JitUcksHlwnd wounded the prince and prmcosa i Several buildings wort burned The cruiser Minneapolis flagship o Hr Adm CheMor has been ordered lo too Batio sea for the purpose of putting Into Croiwtadt In caso of dan get to American citizens there or li SL Petersburg It Is understood that this action was taken on request of tho sotto department Through the Industrial Uoup In St Petersburg and Moscow is almost oom ploto tho most Important feature ol the developments was the failure ol the waltcout to spread generally out side tho capital Gov W L Douglas of Masmoha Mfltta headed a deJegntkm of boot and shoe nnd leather moiiufncturors that oallod at the white house and made the principal address to tho president In behalf of the movoment to secure a repeat of the duty on hides ThoOuloIalflgnroB show that 267710 votos were east in favor of Prince Charles of Denmark as king of Nor way and 638 against him Tho re xulU in seven small constituencies have not yet been reported At Canton 0 the cornerstone of the memorial to tho late President Mc Klnloy was laid by Justice Wm It Day The ceremonies were simple but Impress The president appointed John L Lott of Ohio now special assistant to tho attorney general a member of the commission to revise tho laws of the United States vlco A C Ilotkin deceased Dr Grenfell who has arrived at St Johns N F from Labrador in the mission ship Stratheona reports no news ot Dillon Wallaco and Clifford Easton the Labrador oxplorers and taro rears are entertained for tholr safety Undoubtedly killed and probably blown to pieces seven men aro lying in the depth of the new shaft of tho Brasncll Coal Co on the outskirts of I BenUeyavUle Pa while another out- sideI the mine In dead as the result of a gaa explosion George Abonehlno a republican in Hpector ot olccUona in the Second election district of tho 18th assembly district New York was arroeted by deputies from Superintendent MorI gans office The charge against him was reported to be bribery It bas been decided to morge the i stamp agency heretofore maintained as a separate organization to disburse i stamps to the various post offices with tho regular stamp division of tho post office department Senator Drydon of New Jersey who Is president ot one of the largest life Insurance companies In tho country wil Introduce at the approaching see ulon of congress a bill providing for federal supervision of life insurance A cab In which was seated John F Robinson the wellknwon circus man t wastatrock by a car in Cincinnati The vehicle was demolished and the driver Chas Jennings was internally hurt and dlad an hour later Mr Robinson with a few bruises 4ISCZPL Cornell of Scranton Pa one torthe biggest coal operators In the I 3CIto field and president of the I board of conciliation declared in favor of extending the award of tho coal utriko commission which Includes the continuing of the conciliation board In powerTho Horaldo Madrid makes tho posillTo statement that King Alfonsos return to Madrid will be followed by Ian official announcement of his be trothal to an English princess Rumors of antigovernment plots In I Cuba have been renewed and the Tioraee of more or less prominent rad teals are being connected with them The officials of the government display apprehension President Roosevelt has completed his message and It has been sent to the government printing office to be put in type The announcement Is Iinte that the message threatens to fbe unusually tong United States malls and passengers I aro to bo by automobile 110 miles dally between Roswoll and Torrenco N M The establishmentI of this unique service cost the federal government 10000 f A threeround boxing exhibition bo tweou William E Cockayne a royal marine from tho cruiser Drake and a middleweight champion of the Uritlsh navy and Jack Rome of the battleship town said to be the champion in his class In the American fleet took place in New York The Englishman won IWWIm S McSwam and Wlkm brotherinlaw are stoat i i Chlrag fiurv wllli Ltcrnipt i ij t daokmail I Of I u Annniir mn sher members of Armour To for JWO Xt In cOBnepMoi with tie beet I trlr + mP4igrtlr K II Harriman chairman of Ui oard of directors of tho Union Par Ifs railroad former member of he Equitable Life Assurance society and he former friend of James Hazci iydo testified before the Insurance nxeetlgatlng committee Ho made lseries of enlnln of tho charges made against him by James J Hyde Former Gov Benjamin B Odoll jr and United States Senator Chauncoj M Depew as witnesses before the Armstrong Iniuranoo legislative inves tlgatIng committee donlod parts of th testimony of James Hazon Hyde ii which their names wore used Mr Odoll In the course of his testimony caned Mr Hydoa statements bast calumnySenator Depew was again called It the Insurance Investigation to glut any Information he might possess to a number of vouchers of the loga services ot tho Equitable Ate but hli knowledge was rather limited and many of tho expenditures and signers if those vouchers ho had never beard of More than 800000 farmers In 28 states are represented by the delo pats to tho 39th annual convention ol the National Grango Patrons of Hug Landry which began At Atlantic City N JTho national grange In session voted to C H Kelly founder of the order a pension of 1SOO a year for the balance of his life Judge 1 B Swing rendered at Gin clnnatl his decision in the Madon dl yore tae Mrs Anna Louise Madden Is given permanent alimony In monthly Installments of 2BO Mrs Madden Is allowed 7000 for attorneys fees and expenses incurred in her action Tho judge leaves tho children whcru ho found them In the custody of the Kentucky courts Au authentic retort reached Berlin to the effect that the big Gorman liner Uhlonholst has foundered in the Baltic sea It Is said that 16 persona are known to have gone down with her Secretary Wilson of tho department of agriculture emphasized the neces sHy of a national pure food law In an address before the annual convention of official agricultural chemists In s9o slum In Washington Business failure in tho United States for the week ending November 16 number 198 as against 166 tho pre- vIous week 190 In the like week of 1904 231 In 1903 and 201 In 1902 Because of Industrial depression and the unlikelihood of business renewal soon much uneasiness Is felt In To klo since the return of probably 700 000 men from the seat of war A large portion la Idle The threat of 15000 sailors now sta Boned at Sevastopol to Inaugurate a general mutiny has thrown the port and city Into a panic according to a report received at St Petersburg Many at the striker in St Peters burg are weakening and desire to return to work At a meeting of the council however a motion to call off the strike was rejected Contributions from all parts of the country received by the national committee in Now York for the relief of sufferers by Russian massacres amounted to 67191 making a grand total ot 369870 A telegram announcing that the northing had elected Prince Charles if Denmark was received at Copenhagen during a dinner given by Crown Prince and Crown Princess Frederick md at which Prince Charles was prao ontoThe crown prince Immediately hank a toast to tho new monarch of Norway The formal coronation will ako place In Christiana on July 27 The Korean cabinet agreed to adopt the proposition for a Japanese protec torato over Korea mane by Marquis toMaJ Grn Henry C Corbin U S A who now commands the division of tho Philippines has asked that ho be not appointed chief ot the general staff when he Is promoted next sum mer to the grade of lieutenant gen eral Secretary Taft will accede to his wishes The National Grange by a standing rote adopted a resolution whicn was ordered sent to President Roosevelt statInG that the farmers of this coup try want neither more nor less than a square deal At tho session of the American Fed oration of Labor a resolution extend- Ing the heartfelt sympathy of Amori an labor to the sufferers In Russia and congratulating the Russian workmen on the success of the recent strUm was adopted It was announced at the war department that the resignation of Lieut 3nmvlJle R Fortesque of the Tenth tavalry has been accepted HU roe gnatlon was handed In two or three lays ago Fortesque Is a relative of President Roosevelt The president announced that Gen Villlam Crozler had been detailed as ihlef of ordnance for the next four rears Gen Crozlor is now serving In that capacity Judge Lor Roberts of tho record ers court Traverse City lIch died iuddonly of apoplexy Ho waf born In Johnson n O In 1845 JUdgq Rob its was at one time president of lion onla college Mich The state supreme court hold tho ntl trust law of Montana to bo uncon itUutional since it violates tho con stitutional provision against class leg station Fire In the Suttle Beelor pants actory and wholesale clothing housed BIckley McClure Co Knoxville Ttnn did 190000 worth of damage Marquis 110 submitted the Japanese iufirani for a protectorate over Korea If lily Korean ripiTor It provides rill Hi ptlila ln of Japannt1 psldenu of Korea open portji ass iirrnK over the ttinnisetinent of K- orni I n In the American Federation of IAbQr convention Dolegato V L Borger In seduced the following rosoluUou That the congress of the United State be asked to pass a bill that will secure to every wage worker In th United States who has earned no nlortIthan 1000 average wages per a pension of not loss than 12 pct month at the ago of 60 W H Dottroy president of Ute United Mine Workers pf the Haioltor la district and secretary ot Uu anthracite conciliation board says Without recognition of tho union a renewal of tho three year agreement between the miners and operators wit be unacceptable to tho former The secretary of the treasury an nounced that he will discontinue fund tag operations under his offer of Sop ember 33 1906 at tho close ot bust nose on November 29 1905 Thomas W Lawson was hold for tilt December swoon of tho superior court an a charge of criminal libel prefer rod by Oiorenco W Barren of Boston tie gave 3000 ball Torpedo boat S120 collided neat Buolk with the email cruiser Undine Tho torpedo boat sank and ono offices and 32 seamen are missing The die aster occurred during the maneuvers in Kiel bay What would prove to bo the moat Stupendous charity In the world II earned out has been proposed by Dr M J Burnsieln of Now York In nn appeal to all the Jews of earth to give 10 per cent of their earthly poses rions to buy land to colonize the mint bore of their race who are suffering cruelty In Southern Russia Tho apathy of Christian minister and churchmen In the fop of Uu massacres of Russian Jews was eon doraned by Dr A Hlrschborg In an address to the members of the North Side Jewish congregation Chicago Mrs Elizabeth McGlnty 41 was kill ed by a Scloto Valley traction car at Ghllllcothe O Tho line runs through her yard and bolng deaf she did not Mar It It can be authoritatively stated that no Panama bonds will be issued until congress shall have authorized their use as a bass for notional bank circu lation at onehalf of one per coal the same as the consols of 1910 In Upper Knott county Kentucky Levll Wells alleged to be wantel la Logan county West Virginia for murder committed 12 years ago arrestedJohn 1I Alexander Dowle wiN Mexico by steamer for New York via Havana He baa definitely as a possible purchaser withdrawnI sales hacienda Ho states that probably the future site of the ZIon plantation will be In the state Ot Tamaullpaa The German war department recent ly adopted new ainmtinltien for the army rifle which greatly augment the sfflclcncy of tho weapon The butlejt has now tho same effect at 1080 meters as It formerly dM at 600 The Accuracy of the firing Is also marked ly enhanced I American Minister Grleoam left Yo kohama on the steamer Maachnria for the United States He was given u reception by the American Asiatic a osJAUon at the consulate which was Illuminated I Seferal UHHiwml persons pArtldpat id In a demonstration of welcome to QDonovan Rosen to Cork his arrival coinciding with tho annual demon stration In memory of the Manches tor Martyrs Alton Larkin and OBri 30 ReT J G Reason DD professor of ChlmbersIburg Life Presbyterian church In Kansas I Prof John L Morris of Cornell lied at his home In Ithaca N Y from ipoplqxy Until he retired last year le had been tho head of tho meohanl sal arts department of Slbloy college since 186- 8President Roosevelt is giving tied natter of the outrages on Jews in Ruse ala hla careful consideration In the recent riots in Vladivostok nearly baIt the city was burned and GOO of the garrison were killed The Jail was thrown open and Gen Kappek Is missing Tho damage is estimated- at 25000000 The conservative leaders In the SL Petersburg council of workmen area gain victorious They carried a rto utlon against any attempt to Intro puce a movement for an eighthour layMemorial services for the Presbyte Ian missionaries who were murdered In Llenchau China on October 28 were held In Now York lastI Dr Augustus Choate Hamlln me of the best known men lnMaIne I lied in Bangor lie was widely known is an author artist and as an author- Ity on tourmalines of which he Is said to have owned the best collection existence A nolld halt block of buildings was totally destroyed by lire at the corner Thjrd avenue and 19th street Blrmt ngham Ala The lose Is estimated at 150000 At a banquet given by the Society If Naval Architects and Marino Kngt leers who are in convention In Now fork 150 members were present and iddressett by Senator Galllngcr of New Hampshire Harvey D Gouldor of Cleveland Rr Adm Robley D Ev- Ins and Eugene Griffin of the General Meotrio Co- Having lust returned from tho lath nun with Secretary Taft the cruiser oltimbla hen been ordered to return liriv IniiiiPdiately ti rnrry a draft of 150 marines to relieve those who hate XKn cintlonpd along the line of rail r i V SEA LEVEL CANAL Mil Have a Width of triO Feet at the Bottom It Will Cost in the Nelgborhood of 260000000 Llmon Hay Will De One of the Greatest Har bore in the World Washington Nov 20 After cousin snug tho problem for wore than three month the board of counultlng engl fleets which woo appointed by Peel dtut Roosevelt to determine upon the kind ota canal that should be cone structod across tho Isthmus of Puna me decided to recommend n sea level waterway Instead of a look canal Washington Nov t0Fhe sealevel canal at the Isthmus which has been voted ou by the mentbora of the cone suiting board of engineers will have a width nt tho bottom of ISO feet ox wept Ih the Culebra cut where that width will be 200 rot The greater width In this Culabra out IB neo eury to allow two ships to paw each other safely between the high banks of tho canal which will be formed by the wry deep excavation The plan as adopter by the board would snake Lliaoti bay one of tine greatest harbors of the world Almost through the middle of the bay a breakwater will bebuilt and a shorter breakwater will be built from San Cristobal wideR is American territory thereby tearing Cooa which octongs to the republic of Panama outside of the American canal works Tho cost of tit sea level canal la ee tlfuatod by tho engineers at about I50 800000 Although this amount emus tauoh targer than the amount Ness Nary fur the construction of the heck- canal It Is claimed by the advocate of the tea level renal to be in reality oily comparatively slightly higher It was pointed out In the meeting of tbo board that a look oual would HOMo altate between 110000000 and toOoO BOO an payment for Ute private grounds and lands betonitlna to tho retmblk of Panama which woM bo Inundated by the construction of tho look system This Item In the view of the majority of the board la satire ly done sway with by tho adoption of the sea level canal FIRE IN A DliSTILLERY Over 600000 Gallons of Whisky and a Warehouse Destroyed Oonaenevilte Pa Nov DAt the A Overbok dlatfUory at Breudtonl 13100o0 gallons of whisky fKraUdwl a pooUoular lire entsilfag a toes at U WJKM lou fully covered by liwwr once The mala oaded warchonco was bused to the ground A steady nor vied whisk blow the Manes toward the YoBghtogheay river saved the town of Uroadford the buildings of the H C Prick Coke Co and then O railroad station from doetruo Lion Stroke woo font sees taming from the thin story of the building which was aoBgs4de the II fc O racks Joseph McDonald and George iatekln employee ot the company illmbed up the tire escape sad opened we of the small Iron nicer They were caught la a cloud of smoke which tuftooiued theta sad they dropped nn mickmg on the Ire escape They weee resetted by other workmen FUNERAL WITHOUT A PARALLEL Ingot of Steel Permeated With Flesh Blood and Bones Burled Philadelphia Nov 3OA funeral without A parallel la this city took place at the MIdrale Meet works wbEtre a 40ton Ingot of steel psnne ited with the flesh bood and bones of two workmen was burled with the solemn rites of tho Roman Catholic 1 The worjkmea who wera so trangofy laid ftwaywerii JphnJ gjjMn and Joseph Oaida two foreign speak Ing jaborurs who met a horrible death a weak afo They wore in a pit near a cupola containing many tona of molten steel A plug gavo way and 80000 wounds at the fiery fluid pourod from till cupola and overwhelmed them Th mon were oomplotoj Incinerated and not a trace of UioniBolvw or their lothlng was left A DISASTER AT SEA Steamer Struck ona Rock and About 100 Lives Were Lost London Nor 20ThIt Southwestern aUwaya cross channel steamer Hilda was wrecked by 0triklp on tho rooks off St Mnlo on tho north coast of prance and It Is bcllovud that 100 or more of hor passengers and crewwero Irowned The Hilda loft SouUmmp on FMday night for St Mao with onsMinibly than lOj on xkird Her ps agewasgreatiy del ayed by a fofMn tbe channel and rhennearjns Bt Majq bp ran Into a every snow storm Apparently missed Iher course and rpundqiedQnthQ rocks orr Jardln lighthouse three miles from St Malo Mormons Emigrating To Mexico Maxine City Nov 20 Almost dally arge numbers of Mormons from Salt Lalto City Utah aro coming to his louniry and fonnliK colonies In ra ny lates throughout the republic Some of these colonists are contemplating ncating In the tate of Tamaullpaa AntlJewlch Riots In Kishlneff London t NovcIoTere O I i IKirts that fin Saturday anti Jr tjit iPl1Ir STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST GOVERNORS PROCLAMATION Beckham Appoints Thursday Novem ber 30 as a Day of Thanksgiving Frankfort iCyov 13 Coy Beak liam leaned tho following Thanksglv log day proclamation- Commonwealth of Kentucky Hxecutlvo Department Frankfort Ky Nov 17 1005 In accordance with custom and following the prooamatlon of tit president of the United States I HP point Thursday November the 30th as a day of thanksgiving and prayei throughout the Commonwealth of Ken lucky I request that all business bo aue irandud upon that day anti that all or our people with duo observance of thla hallowed and beautiful custom gtvo praise and honor to tho Qraoloiu end Merciful God who has w rlohlj blesoed us nn a nation nod as a pee pie Let us give tllRnk unto Him not alono with tho usual religious oer euioulea but especially with deeds ol kindness and generosity to the poor and needy among ua more expressive of gratitude and more pleattlng to Hhr than all else we can do In the plan tltude at our ootmtrfa progress It bal made wader Chirstian eivlllsaUon lei us remember that the Divine Teaot has told UK In stteaalag of the rtutnJ the greatest sarong these la charity TO EXPEL PUPILS Good Causes Must Be Shown by Trustees It Is Held Frankfort Ky Nov ITIn ue ease of Walt Cross by hta next friend against tho trustees sf the Walton graded carton school dls irlet from linen county the court of xppealf In reversing the tower court decides that where school trustees use arbitrary power and expel a pupil without reason the courts will Inter tire but that the courts eon net and will not Inlarfere with the trustees In maintaining n proper discipline In seheoL eves It they do expel a pupil far good cane Young Cross had ben spelled wlthoat any charge Being made against kits and he seat through hs next friend to etmpel them to restore to him the right to attend the saheol ONLY MASHED HIS HAT Judge A G CaruthUsed a Cane on Klnkeads HudILenUrtlle Ky Nov lIn a wolI- eea flnht in the SoelUaeli Judge Asker O Caruth hit Robert C Klakend even the head with a eone mashing Ms hat Mit not otherwise injuring him while Inkead contented himself with pasts lug Mr Caruth down to the floor The encounter was tho outgrowth of the scent municipal eam algn Caulk It- R demoerat and Klnkead was mptey Nd on the fusion sidle as speaker It appears that Klnkead attacked Judge JaniUi In setae of the sneeehea sod tile latter yromfred hie frteswa that the fist time he nest the fnawnlat he- woakJ hit bins- REHANDLING PLANT BURNED The Lou on Building and Stock Is Es tlmated at 160000 LeMlsTtlle Ky Nev 17Tllo W S lalh ws it Sons Oes tobacco re andtlng plant was destroyed by flro th loss on buildings and stock being Mltnated at flGO000 fully Insurod The plant which was one ot the large Nt In the country and did a largo eX- port business recently passed Into the lands of the American Tobacco Co sad the American Snuff Co The star Ishmant was wiped out by fire elx years ego but the owners rebuilt on he old alto- Hunter Accidentally Killed rnducali Ky Nov 18 1rendo Ior- rItt 17 was sfrotro the breast seal ORtaKy and killed by a companion aWrseg0 Johnson while liOssHm ranting Several boys wero In Uw rowd and Johnson was carrying a Jngloharrol shotcva Morrill bs4ug In tho reps It Is Duppuaod a jolt CJDIla the gun to go oft An Engineer Killed Somerset Ky hoc 17 Engineer G P Sbork of the Somerset light plant was Instantly klllod wiho ate emptlng to start the second engine An Iron plpo bo was handling caught In a revovlp flywheel of tho first on glno and knocked off tho top of his bead Fight Tobacco Combine Lexington Ky Nov 16Tie Ohio and Kentucky Burley Tobacco Growers Co decided to ealtlpue options of rowers In the Independent fight ten dns longer If the moiiny la not then orthcomlng tine IIht will be given up Inally The Latonla Race Track Latonln ICy Nov 1HThe Latonla ace traok may bo used for a pleasuro luk next summer on the came plan hat In used at Churchill Downs In Aiulavllla Illg bawl contorts will bn held nightly and other outside at ractlons Foot Cut Off Dy a Train Mt Ky Nov JGChrllc n1trpinill UMvkn and li IUK teas cut 011I HE has a rhanoi to recover but Iw mainioi fm life BOOTS GIVEN A SWELL DINNERiI AnILouisville Ky Nov 18 Mr and Mrs Arthur K Lord of C22 Fourth avenue gave a course dinner In hon or of the 18th birthday anniversary of their cooker spaniel dog Hoots All of tho guests wero acquaintances of loots and Incidentally frtunds of Mr sue Mrs Lord Hoots had a table boldo tho table used by tin KUtwU Mrs lord In describing the affair said Yes hoots had her silver plate and hor dinner was served In courses just like you would get a dinner In a swell cafe She had all kinds ot doltIdolloaoloa npeolally cooked for hor WUh hor silken coat of hair carefully washed and n blue ribbon adorning hor nook she seemotl to feel her Im portance with true dignity I roared Hoots from n ratio of a puppy and through all these years she has beers my constant companion asking no con fill enoee and giving none Say for me that Hoots deserved the birthday dinner and all of the guests thought so too I trust Uoota will Uw to ctlo erne many more happy birthdays i THE HUNTING SEASON As a Result Two Men Lie Seriously Wounded Near Owensboro Owmsooro Ky Nov lGAa a roo suit of the opening of tho hunting lien son In Kentucky two men lie serious ly wounded pt their homes noar thin city shot by reckless hHnuunen SI C Ford was standing In front of his yoHHK sots gtm when the youth at tempted to shoot a rabbit The father received the contents of the gun la lu his abdomen He will probably die George Thomas wee walking along the road when he was shot down by Forest Miller who had mlsced a quaiL The shot struck Thomas In the neck Ills eondltlon It serious It Is estt mated that 11000 Write wore kilted Iti Davis county V dnc day THEIR DEAD MOTHER All Night the Little Ones Called To Awaken Her Centra City Ky Nev 17Mrs tIde Cowan aged M Was found dead la tier homo In DmkcMfeero by a man delivering the groceries she bad bought the day before She fell on the- Reer lost evening when death Is M- Ilp to have occurred The three ihlM en remained with the dead aether all night calling to her and trying to arouse her while a yearold baby was asleep en her bose i Heart HaoaM eased her death She was the widow of Joe Cowan who was killed In April ky Merlin Roll la Dwensboro WEDS GIRL IN THE ROAD He Traveled on Foot 40 Miles Over a Trackless Mountain Mnykln Ky Nor 1After tray sling on fart over Irackteee mounialna rro Dtcklocon connty Va 40 mlkH- MomuoJ Hood arsd 19 procured a Ile MMe sad married In the public road sat IVmnd Cmp Mltc Susie Helton lied barely JI dattghlnr of a welt to- do farmer The only witnesses wore two waapnora from this state The oars pearls am returning on foot Robert Thurman Acquitted Albany Ky Nov l8Robt Thur- maa who killed Potter Perrill In this ouaty last August was acquitted hero At his examining trial before Judgo Smith The evidence shows he killed him In sclfdafenac Tho five moo ihtirged with the death of Alex Avery ilfo had their oaamlnlnc trials They po were aoqultied John Dugan Is Dying Owcmtlioro Ky Nov 17Jobl1 Hifjan In dying He was hit with a hammer by a man said to be Jera Jason and had his Ku1I fractured lawm aoeused him ot bolng drunk and n fight resulted Standard 011 Fined 200 Oreennp Ky Nov 17Tho Stand ud OU Co was fined 1200 for soring oU without license Tho grand Jury only returnod five indictments lifter a our days seeelon and the examination ec About 20 witnesses Thousands Lost In a Wreck Soraetset Ky Nov nIn a trllcht- wreck on the Q ft C at Stearns hree onglno and 19 cars wore almost otally demollshod Sovoral thouolnit lollara worth ot freight was lost by fro and breakage j Rob Kentucky Post Office CpvIURlon Ky Nov 17Post once iijirnw robbed tho post office of Mor inttiMd Icyor 300 In cash 17G la Kist onicw funds and seven registered attar each of which Is supposed to toataln muhoy Made a Deed of AasignmcItIParis lay Nov 18James K Kom ono of tho heat known horsemen and teak del In Central Kentucky Inns made a general deed of assignment to tobert C Talbot tor the bet4 ot hIs redltor AKCIS 13U4U Iobllllicu- sfOa Noted Stallion Dead lx xinKi iii Ky Niv jfojm tcat h11 dill ri jiirfd hf Buiiix nihIln iff nuiil t lily iroid sta HI IirIiv I hy Mmdnriiii am Beautiful Bl by the MMI ul haling lair